Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 22, 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: VID01082
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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r For Highest StrawberryYieids' TWO NEW 'CROSSINGS CIRCUIT COURT. SITS Former Mayor of Kissimmee '


r(. IN OSCEOL COJJNTY JOHN'W.'
.1t. WILL BENEFIT' RUB : IN SPECIAL SESSION WATSON .

L Rows Run Nor tK and Southa 'Sends Most
Letter
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Interesting .
.I Coast Line Readily Agree: Will, Open Monday; October i ,

} .- 'To ,Request of City For 2: Judge'' C. O. Andrews '

:)a experienced, Grower Has Experimented'With East'And Betted> CrossingsThe t On The BenchA One-Time Representative From Osceola, Now of Miami* ,

a' ,West Rows, But Has,Found' That Rows Running, ':special session of the'circuit ,Makes' Boast For Kissimmee And, Urges.That The'
NortlnAnd-South Add Largely To'Ibe'Yield'iI. city couneD.recognillnl'. thatthe 'a, Countless Opportun ities Be"
.. _,i..,-.. *. .. .* ,railway 'crossings. '-thecity. court-will) open,in Osceola'county on AdvancedI
"', ", -tion 0I limits of Kissimmeewen in,a bad and the first'Monday October.:-Sfcwfsay', ; -
"M1'. advice Is Vto all growers of of all passersby; ;and the plantsare dangerouscondition,- requested th\: October t, to take Up Important cases. notice, recently} in' an associated: i of it, and planted it to'vegetable;

': strawberries: is to.set the,,plants 'In I always' set in rows running- north city attorney to get in touch.with the, The' list'* of jurors drawn' from the. press dispatch sent out from EnsUe Among other thing- .they raised

S'. 'Vows running::north 'and south? ,said and south. ,t railway"authorities and 'urge that Ito' box' is published below; that a' black baas'was caught in one pumpkin and cabbages: They brought1oyeg
., 'ia'p''iiM! thfi I He give' .,'. > his, reason' for this longer should traffic be endangered! bT Edgar -C. Ba.s"Rull Bass, 'John' H; of the Jakesjnear Euiitl which.' t"9 numrklnt.... nne":'wrlrhad...ft?..
i Mnr Printing' clan -
M ihn=hat-Uie sunshine,"upon'irKlch lillnl'-Improper'ero..lna-ar; fend at the, BaisdenT a"!Butler; 11 rNTBratton. weigliM''eighteen i ant eight:' pound ..nd the other weighed 129
f' 1 feel sure .the yield ,will; be appreciably ;much f depends: the successful raising same time ask :for installation of; .,a I C.: F. Brook; J..: N. Bryan..Clarence',;' ounces. The'"Mlspatch ..Ida, "It was pound. On'cabbage was brought in

r increased. It J has beenthi..w.y of berries is the more e""ly'dh- crossing Hand street,where, suchanJmpMnrementialgreatly'needed' A:. :Bailey, J. M. "Craftoiv W! W. the largest ever caught: in; this aec-i that weighed 86 pound They were '
e >. with .me-and-after;'twelve .year*, of 1'tributed'overthr 'ft ld: IWhen the!. '.. ., Clark-TC.:P.poyle;;Louis penning; ; thin u( the cuuulry." Well., It was. a weighed.In the hardware store on the
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experimenting.. I would-; p> "t. in nu rows .run, east.and west he .has,, con- At a meeting of council on Tuesday George R,.Dayson; E. L. Fenn I1,. C. big fish-but not ."the'largest. corner northwest of. the Lake House,
'other.: ''way,? Mt.;, Fansler' ''.ddedll)I tinually found that .the north side oft evening Attorney-Steed read a* letterYOQdsalLfrom..tIw W!. Griffin, R. C.;Graves, E.' H.. Hen.ston About twenty-two year* ago while where I was working 'Many: of the uoldtimers

-'*"..""Don't' quote me',In a fashion that I I.1 : L>>I'ntL.DQ.J.1IaUer..J1g 'off1e1alaf.th*-Atlanti* drick.-W. !;....Iveytdame.IOOni, I_lya Hylny Jn.,...,K1a.fmn"L; .; ..wdll-remember-them.-- t- t
; 't'6W rirdirtWnk'Tra"nTJfylnjfT6: 1lUU strong the' plants were, was either Coast Line, In which it was stated ,'William'! ..Lang."F,' H. Lawson coming''out 'ot m-1' store one Sunday Osceola Should Grew
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'.' Into the" business of other' people. We very lightly; fruiting; or that the berries that ordenl.bsd, been given'the.local I R..''. D. Ltbby,'Z. ,TvMcC.lay, D. GJ. Me morning and I met a,' man at the door Knowing Osceola.'county: ".alI;, do 1
,., 'Tiave' 'strawberry'expert''' here; and were, small,"dryliable'to .split, section foreman to' see that'the crossing Kay John McPhatter, G. C% Miller, with two large black; bass, lie'want-"I fall to .understand why. the county

I wouldn't' have. anyone think that I and amounted to but Very little. With was installed as asked to see that! M...M. Miller, J. W. Miller, M.' M... ed to 'weigh them., One of('them has'not population, of at least fifteen '
'? -was advising" againstanything" which rows running the opposite way there all crossings in the city were'placed.ln : Overstreet, J. C. Partin; A. S., Reed, weighed' eighteen pounds,'two ounces; thousand people, There fa.no
:*e.way say. is an equal distribution of sunshine good condition and to construct, two Thomas F.. Redwood.' zt Roberson, the other eighteen, pound and 'nine richer or.more productive .0U'In ,.ft)"

..,...., __Jr.. JPanslerfadvkemajf.at.' JlrstJ: all-the day_nd-the-berriea-grow-to hlpg-raderoSlllnp--ori' Ruby avenue A.-J.- Simmons,.A., T. Snodgrass,'Hardy ounces. The-man'w."C.ptalnBuciG; countyr/ftYotr: \\ have an 'abundance ;;or
'; appear to somewhat odd; but a fruition evenly and strongly of the asphalt variety. The information -' Simmons C. A. Straub F., R. Sey- II.- pent, the winters at Kissimmeebut' hammock, pine prairie and, muck<
'little, conversation with him. will give To the layman the distinction may was received with pleasure by the mour, T. L. Walker, rra Weatherbee.' claimed New Jersey. his home. lands:. These landll. properly drained!

;, 'him a chance to explain why" it appear very finely drawn-and it maybe.tlt.t. council. 1'ST SECURE SITUATIONS t"I'J1esetwo: j\lIh'we..t": ijbaiightiln J.akel: and cultivated,-will produce most-any*..
'_ and then he" caps the 'whole idea byf' .nme will. scoff at ,the assertions This will 'give Ruby avenue, the' ,1 Tohopekaliga and were feeding' near thing"planted. App.rently.'OUr.PeO-
." declaring that he has-secured at least ) made! by Mr., Fansler. !Ncver much-used thoroughfare leading (o: Among those. who have graduated the'shore in very shallow water. ple don't seem to want anyone'' to r '

f''. a, thirty percent greater ;yield-=and theless, he is positive that he is right the municipal dock, a perfect crossing I from the Kissimmee Business College Previous that time the Kissimmee know'it. My"observation and ,exper
_; all of the better grade of berries He has been producing berries for the over aU the tracks-a crossing which! and are now engaged !in occupationsare record was held.by Bill Stancell.. who fence la.that.the way, to advertise cf.ficiently"is -

,''i Such proof seems to be.most'convinc- market here for a number of years, will 'prove of:great benefit-to a large Jack Whiddon book-keeper at caught' oiye in Shingle Creek;,twoor ,to cultivate and produce
? .. and he know that with the north and three' miles 'west of Kissimmee, near yourselves in. other words have
..rin., number of vehicles daily. The crossings Apopka; Frit Barber, with'the. Rosen ) ; ,'
aid' Mr. Fansler's strawberries are at south rows his yields have been a to be made will be free from all Fisheries; Miss, Nellie Parish with where an old church-house .tood.fh.t something worth while' to show.. Hast'' a
i his home place'in the Pinedale addition third If-g-er than with the plants set imperfections, and what has been a parson' Farmer and Dr. H, S. Geiger;; weighed fourteen pounds and four ings'was put on the,map byplanting1potatoes. w
,,,?'. opposite the fair-grounds. It otherwise, He has learned this by detriment to travel will be made I Miss. Cuban) Nesbitt with 'f. L. Comer OUI1C .. I believe Captain Buck's .; Mora than "$3,000,000 annually '
is there he has been producing the his own experience and. is willing to smooth and easy-for all vehicles.WellPatronized. ." county judge at the courthouse, eighteen pound nine ounce flan holds- are brought there from the
: very finest of berries for some years I pass his findings onto- others; although - --- - - - the record.. tale of potatoVst Sanford, how a live,

r-,. _nd before he'' bought that place he] he does nol set himself as an --- 1her..Xlaalalnl'eo- Record' .*..?.- ... growing.hustling.: ,,:war brought; .r. .
I,. was raising berries in the vicinity'1k (authority above those'who have proved About' thirty-five years '..0' theisland' to{the, front by planting celery and
k Boggy creek and later on near the 'their expertneas- the .culture of NewspapersBest in Lake Tohopekaliga how called lettuce, which".rrahflJp d 'all oyerJ:

i> never-used canning-plant which' atillI berries. At the same time no one Fleming's Island ,_ then called the United States.. Dad. county 'produce ?
:' stands .Idle and inviting ''occupancy. 'could set berries for him running east Medium For Publicity Summerlin Island-was bought' by annually around .$3.000,000''

I I' The berries, he .has been producing at'his and west-even -if they would offer to two wealthy men living In .the. state worth of 'tomatoes; and gets good]. ;

. C present locality attract the atten-I do it free! Editorial In Winter Haven Chief" Endorse NomePaper's of New York. Moore and Osbonvwere mon.,. 'for beans. peppers.. andn.. ...*
their cleared
names. They :
.. up'ap.rt; iCnatlnued'on. Pur_8lx),.. ,_ ,
.. Excellence. ,
i' EQUALIZATION jij\ !" hr Thieves Freed ', .. Tired Of'Paying .Rent "WILD l ; WILD' WOMAN"',' -- ,
To Go On Their Way
The Kissimmee: Valley Gazette has) s timely article on the question Uncle: Sam I W_ ip, Build , ,

f. CONCLUDESITSWORAction K Chief of. Police'.Driggersr was:notl. .. of booklet advertising in last-Week's. issue* Far be.it.for'-the t MMMMMVB ft -
fleet Monday'' morning' thai a stilson Chief! to say ought .iraiDst.book.letl S 'AH'well written advertisement l If congress shall"' ppro.-'"-the ..planwggested' STRIKES AJ FLStAjWas

; --Staai wrench had been'taken fn mthe bicycle : ''are good'ind there-IsnT a'townh'nPlorids' but what could U'. "mote l by Pbatma.ter-Getreral, 'Hut '
.' Has" nti shop of Av M. Chauncy a short advertising: to its advantage. In,this"connection, we wish to'remark bertWork; and approved by the president Wild Over""KMFIrirt"' : \ :"
e' Work(; For,Many; Evenings time, previous, and he succeded in -that most towns neglect their beet and cheapest' advertising med. ,' Kissimmee! Is""' bound to }parr a CauUons"NOI'therRan" ) Y
three white their. .. Few-!cities- make of" using"their postof flee building'erected, the
.Assessor-Now-Busy; quickly locating boys iums- ne paper a practice upon '
each having rblcycle. The wrench, :,"home'papet. as 'an, advertising mfedium to'Induce people tb'settle 'ir."V, site- the government has so long x>wn- Against \Conning:,

'. }. 'The labors theccity% council- sitting belonging to Chauncy: ireco rJ sect.by, their,midst,,'yet a;few'copies of*a 'well' dited and'well 1 patronized ed. The plan'-as'..ggested,will save The Buffalo Even, ;'Newsm dr"'
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as *equalization_board are now some fee 'mark., waa.found in'.their' paper is one of the best mediums of publicity to'aen .the prospective'' the. government .;the twelve ':,million date ot-Monday: .S.PtMber'll'eost--:

r--9 .:,. completed-following 'a very strenuous . es.ion-althoucb they -clalr.ed'to investor'or. settler that there Is. In this connection we wish to re* dollars now annually' 'paid as rental tains! Li. its,, *Di mjl 4"gq|>.nsmn"acommunicattea '
;_ and extended session.Many' taxpayer have bought it in Haine City,' I mark, that' it was. copies of this same Kissimmee Gazette .sent us for the 6, 36 postofflces in'all sections i.1AU1t
r have appeared before the body The boys; giving! their names as by..th. county commissioners ;years ago that first awakened our' in ot.,, the countryfor" there are" buttwelve" 'A. Pierce: ,i OIl"'= ;"iIiii i

'?:: ,1ft! their own"-,behalf and there' has Thomas LUley, aged 18, Albert Gat I "1 terest'.in'Florida, 'Perhap we haven't been any;._,let'to'the state ';', hundred offices In buildings' tnee; ,which till> "tttio,b'
': .1/'' frequently been long,and extended 'argument : ton, aged 14, and Omelia.Gatton) aged I but, we b.ve.apen.t considerable money(there just the same and, done owned' by:) ,the governments; out of place"'U.w4Ma, '*wt 1.'of......., q;
, .' over;:what are reallytrifling 12, were then locked up, th ir' two 1 some ,little' development.. As 'we said before, booklet are all right It" Is pointed out to President Hard It 'appear to-have been-w tten-Wtt...,

Ii ,, matter;butthe"bo.rd: believed.th.t grips 'searched: and the aherlff''of: 'but we had rather bav..ltJ ree month subscription to The Gazette ing, in a, letter, ,from thepostmastergeneral the intention of harming;Florida/ ,;a*;
. .; each 'm.n.nd woman should have I Pasco county notified tbt the boys' or the''Leesburg' Commercial: or .nJ"other.of ,the several.. well. edited that these' figures have been well, as, Kissinune.unless.; the .explanation -.
4', .'full opportunity to present claim. and had.about $35.00 In cash many'pack-I papers of South Florida sent to a> prospective settler-than the most growing'at atremendous'rate'reeently should led qualified by',__th* .
{:.f; urge that action be taken. agof' cigarets, a fine expensive booklet Issued.in'the state They. would, be more' effective., as leases' expired' and owners 'demand . writer's saying I tha .ahe. meant :,the
Taken."a whole. there have been new pocket knives and 'other''' stuff I and obtained substantial increases advice be taken only by:'those who, ;,;

but few, changes..made from the original which would indicate previous robber. 'it was also pointed out;that might arrive in this state. 'absolutely- ,-
.f.. figures presented by the -asses- ies.<. The toys; said they .were from I *Mk shameless. speculation on thepart of broke.". If j that,was,the:''intention* of" 1

.,0'wor.. A. E.,, Thomas It ia admitted San Antonio, a short distance from I Boosting Athletics is Now the those whrf try to prey on.the.. government the writer the wording,war;'most I unhappily .

, +.:, L? that he i I. 'a most painstaking official, Dade City and.were on, their way to ( will be abolished for,all,time. .selected. Here Is. .,the)Metter J''

and none can accuse him of partiality Jacksonville. DocketFollowing The government Can 'borrow, money as it, appeared in the Newsj.,,*
,.("-1. 'bcause of friendship or lack of invesf 'Chief Dril'l'era.waa advlsed-by the, Next Thing on Sports at' four per cent to buy or'build post: ""We, are receiving"'every:';day, let.r, .

' :tigation. Although assessing values sheriff to allow the lads freedom upon --) offices- which will be tax-free,., e aye ten. from' Buffalo'and ''Western'Ney.
.in 'Kla.lmmee for a number of years' a $25 cash bond. When this was done Work, where.; when 'leased, the York 'asking' for information>'about;;
.'th.t'tim
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of the of at price to be ..1 ..
the adjournment a agreed
,_ 4 Mr.- Thomas admits that the present the boys were given their liberty, session of the Chamber. of Commerce, upon prior to'making the lease ; government pays ,a rental 'high I work'jnPTorifa'-'mosUy'.frou'peg| ; \] ., ... ,
list is the most difficult one 'has. has there being 'no }law under which they at luncheon Wednesday.noon, the Captain Grant then.went on to state enough' to permit the lessor to borrow, sons who'never'enclose stamp 'for reply *. s
ever made-and he. has shown that could be held here and they lost no matter of curing grounds which that arrangements were being made, money, at seven percent ,to ten percent: { May -we- ask 'Everybody' Column ,
'"he is the most under-paid man,-In the t time in pulling'northward.. Possiblythe could be used as a baseball-park 'as whereby it would be possible, for' a and still,make profit. The parcel post. < nee. more to'.advise,Buffalo,'peo.

.employ of the city at tbe present.. money for the bond, which was I,well made as a for good football cinderpathfor', wherein: could the b at small the sum fairgrounds to secure together'the grandstand with the ,and other' adjustments love resultedin' 1 pie to stay: in your city,and keep away'

time. 'It' is wholly 'improbable that forwarded tq the Pasco authorities, 'sprinters was discussed '- fence about the property and. as earning!)which have jnore. than i from'Florida- -Two\ '1'eara'IO) we :t
'he-will again accept the, post. was :'supposed' 'pay for the goods "Bob" Grant and C. C. Jordan being. Harry Hunter would donate the needed doubled ,,in the last ten ';years and..are i were}'wild over Florida,* but'.not.,tc'... "" '
' ;, In' addition to the few changes re" stolen;; but in any even't..tli release of the principal speakers..Mr.Jordan'stated post for the' fence, provided the constantly"growing.Administration . day-' there'. nothfngidoing and It".,,
,'" corded! in The'Gazette last week thefollowing the thieves, I in which the buck was that negotiations recipients would cut and haul them, "leaders .in congress. hard,'to' get along. We dislike to". see L
there
be needed
time would
had been pending for some regarding no great sum
'' alteration have made to the. Klssimmee officers
been passed so'many people from the'north -com. F
such a proposition the of money to secure grounds which favor the plan and treasury officialshave ,
since'that. time: gives the culprit full acOpe to prey present'_grounds were wholly inadequate would; : prove admirable,for: .the pur.. expressed thaopinion thatit-Is lug down.here and getting-stung.? '
In.Teal estate" values 'there have upon' other:establahment.all! {. the""way for ball teams-and said he be- pose.I : essential to economical, ,,management There I. no' hesitancy In'republishIngthis'letter. ;; -, ,
; .' r ., b en' made these increases:. to Jacksonville., hived tnat,the. matter could be put If the schteme goes through' there i. of.the postal system. .'r ;There 'are sore,:' arad'IIOrrT n
concerted effort without will be. a food football field, plenty of
\ over by'a "
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south
t of
< Mrs: A. T. Morrison, half '
; /people in', localitytbda7:
specs all athletics cinder track every
' making a call upon all.individuals for for a
lots 4 and 5,-Block D Robert'Bass'' ad- REEDY CREEK'"DO'IDGE'I fund. for 'runners, and there can' be still FOOTBALL who are"anxious. to' get away; ani''' '
', : dltlon; $2.700 to $3.000. : ,. "Bob" Grant said ne"'had been In space .for a landing-field for aircraft. FANS FEEL. who, later on/are'precisely as'anxious: ,
>$(>' _,, Mrl 'G. Ktzbeginning 95.5 feet touch with L. A. Hamilton a winter should such a .thing be desired. toretn_) n.4 Those,who'-eome.to Florida
'''north of southeast Lot' 4 Block : MADE"SAFEState resident deeply interested all matters Captain Grant has been -named as : ' '
'corner 'I TO BE: : concerning Kissimmee and her temporary president of the Civic Ath EXTREMELY JUBILANTPupils" J with a fair.amount of capital and }
j. ''M, W;A. Patrlck'a'addition' run north advancement. Colonel Hamilton stated -, letic'Assocution: James Johnston, an earnest desire to f make'' good"uruslly q ;
: ,,62 feet, west 135 feet, south'' 52 -feet, in a letter that he.owned a tract secretary; and they with H. Stanley 1 accc-niplish,that end;' those who' ,
, ,,:eaet185: feet; $2,000.to $2,600. Road Department Will that would,, be suitable for the pur* Bullock, C. C. Jordan, Edgar Katz .' Have Raised AmountRequired'For reach the state,' whether It,be>: t,'Kid
t' ,T.jMrf Murphy;"Lot 1- and Lot 4, Finish, 'The; Cross-State pose lying, between' the Club house. and Wt J. Steed form a committee! tonot.onlylook I ' Financing. sln roes or' any Bother;:point t. .without
,) ,Block: M"W.7, ; Patrick'dditlon.t .' Road As Promised and the railway directly the ro.d.1 after the.whole matter .
I, c ; which .he would be glad to lease to but'to prepare a constitution and by. Season's' Games : any funds and lacking the acute mental . ,
,les* beginning, ,96.5 feet nC rth'of.. .. & ''ni ,' \ advantag.ofevery'up: d
dangerous any. responsible association' for three laws for the association. It, Ie 'be. I it ity to.take f
ofthe 1he'
The: condition of
.. southeast 'of'.said 'Lot 4; i one lieved that more definite Pupns. high school 1 interestedin
comer run{ bridges crossintr Reedy creek and years at a small sum-almost nothing something ortut lty, are In the'sam.'boat'wltir '
'north feet 135; south' : and he would option to may be reported at the next luncheonof football havebeen working strenuously '
;: Z2 west feet 62 the unfinished'conditionof, the. cross ; give an those;who seek any newocalit'u"n| +. ;1
-- this' week,to rals b1' nbscrip-
.tj.. ,feet, eastt'135' feet; $6,500 to','7T,500.j state- highway M;., from Kissimmee- to purchase the, tract at the, ,expiration. the, Chamber- of Commerce.. --- tlon the 9225 thought to- be needed to der the:'same -conditionfrU-although:; the,
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.. Derbyshire: north half of, lot 2, Melbourne. were touched upon at the finance'the games during the present 'ere better in Florida :
elimstlcjconditions q t
> Patrick' luncheon,..Wednesday'of! the'Chamberof QUALIFIED STENOGRAPHER TO COUNTERACT LETTER I : The list headed by.p.-B. 4
\ Block ''FF. W.A.' Addition; v season ;was than;else wherel.! : '
......&.1.$2.250.t; $2,500.: ' ,;" Commerce.the/- x.r .'. .* ', '-TO'.FJLL\PRINCIPALsIIJP'. '.. .4PUBLISHEDINBUFFALO Shaver principal. of-tha schools,which "" "Therly'enthusasmthownbyt1iq.: s .
7: Regarding T6rmeivJ'l Over- .. ;
"' counteracted the rumOr! that no football
S' -Tbefo1lowing;:; decreases.'in' realty street clerk/'o1he board' of county'comndationers.atat.d. Mlss'L.ouiee' 'duate At the Chamber 'of Commerce: was 'to' be- on the program of.the Plerce-s'.dwindled **'*tinW passed. The .
.:f ( Valueshave) been entered .- thathe" had Thomason, a-l1 luncheon. on'Wednesday a'.letter.-was '
; : p. J school' The rumor arose from .the descriptions (of their home;- the ple4"*> ''V'.ll
' of the' Kiaeini Business College; I .
'' 'S.. Bt. Aultman'blocka'C.D, t..ndR.lJ written the .state' .ropd'department: nee read from winter resident of Saint fact that'.the' athletic instrnctorfoundno J
Of' ': :" ..Thought's aaanion$2TgQir; but that body had declared, it was. not who has been.''filling a post, in the offitc Petersburg asking-; why the, Chamber funds on hand to use for that purpose. I anti' !conditions,?the.pbar'ming'eutirf, : ,:*; ...,.'.".3,,',-
i. leave nf'' fnfrvn i i * A\A\ T rtt 4j lfo f ot f/% . .
pan. &* F. Nave, will Kisalm.mee ." and lie cvulJ nul, yetsunallfinance
; to y$2.ooo.() '--, T point;' and '.. it had been given 85 the.'latter: .this month ttu.tl. offset the clipping from the Buffalo the project: i ". '" ' :vicinity ,s. previously glyenjraeenirat'l, : \
f : Mrs.-'W Il,> ;Farmer; portb 20 :'feet percent of thts. .automobile;; 'Jlcense part.of. ; : News;which was enclosed/ The clipping :Thee, stipulated/ '. lllol1i1i" hasbeenpractically now to. hav.4'turned, ,to tlnegarnandwormwood.PAsaibly'oveenthud ,. :
.. There she assume
!: will charge '
money received from;;Osceola county proved to be 'a letter forwarded -
j. Of :lot':2.and: all toth3..block ItJ/ps-: assured, through the: liberality : .'m; 'l\
'*borne &:.'O' 4sal additoni,71,500:, to for thcTimprovemen of that'roa4 thedepartment of the;stenographic department In the to Buffalo ty Mrs. Prank A. 'Pierce; let the citizens when ,thei fl- l'' .
elapeedtbrough their faiilt; ptjjX ,
... considered, that it1 share business eon.which. .will .be'opened of"Oaldey'Farm." ,' Kisfcimcnee. Com nance.conwnttt" covered all Klssim- (} own ; "
a1,f" -1,%50. 7 ':' / / / of the work had been performed i ,Monday, October' ',2by.Professor tent, as to:; the writer toUowed'eomeof me.-and the football enthusiasts are ,iibly:all'did.not turn"ou aV? *. *!Vstl: I;
on
I' 'Thefollpwing'increaeeele], Pat Johnston attorney for the carat MacGlashan Instituted'.theousiness" 'it' abet; unfavorable) .after' which correspondingly happy. J. D.; who
; .1J1 : ma.'byitheiClayJohnson mlssioners. ,stated that ,there"was'an a .committee .was' named' to ''prepare, has again., been, demonstrated.; f.' .' Nature No "country Wperfeet i ,icv
liuttoi boMcr "> error' in'\the{/statement. The .department 'colleger" bf''Kisslmnieebe, and 'aend1an"articie.publication in .. .
:.. :eequa ; : \ The! assertion made by*thoselr locality: -require \thMwto':': ow
'- dray .
$260' Zo1,760.CalviaBuckeb,760R" : had given 78000, ol' promised>> to having' disposed':of7 his interest''hereto the- same ev irinfr pap r whlch would etilatIngth'financing' paper, in::explaining >
; ; give It;.! toward ; 'Improving the shouV, Mrs C.' E.:Hilton,''who'has"already briefly. atate 'condition. In all Florida, the'sam required to PTOPerfypl male gogd'sbaU'be' _! -eat,'fstosr- t
,,"- > : ., dare on\the;'Dixie --Highway! south< to ,' ; and ..ped&lIJuiK1u1o\l..nd,0.; ;- c ,the team on a playing basis; is i until ,.:Strt"i.*'.r chd'fcn' wq'
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:TWO"" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY CAZETTE' FRlbAV,,.,SEPTEMBER. 15,.1922 ,
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-.\if'w';; \. ... _J,.... f". ", ". --. Pupils. At College Florida Citrus '

) Should Dave Gazette Letters Of ,A

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Parents should realite. tha each of I
y :, ,a : the )' 'Ona' people who have left KI.- : Grower To His Nephew

bimmee to attend college would highly [ 1iti ; .. f

LicenseNoticeAI10ccupational'Licenses appreciate the receipt of The Gazette I I VI. '.

each week, and should promptly' have From Jonas Arland. at Hammock t.,, :

those names placed on the subscription Groves Florida;to Samuel ;i, f

list The paper "From the oldhome.town" Newcomer Bentonvllle, .MI h. <11| :",

Is always Of interest to . ,ff.-
those absent -, and it' contains far Dear Saml :::
,
) want fruit. On that
to ,
don't pool
Don't'let tell that you your
you .
anybody .
than the' Cllstom "' weekly letter '
more
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_ expire subject Dr. J, H. Roes says: .
that Js sent ,
I'i associations of the Florida
successful
In themost '
practiced ,
-Pooling as
', September' 30th. Persons 'There: .are many'who, after' the paper Cigarette.I Citrus Exchange.is In reality a most practicable form ot business Insurance. ,,:
J ja read at the home, forward it In marketing any perishable. commodity it Js inevitable that mishaps shall I; !

rJ who are required to pro- I to the son or daughter; but that :amore befall occasional cars. Pooling so distributes any bad effects from unfortynat.G

: expensive than to have it mailed cars that the divided lose la almost negligible I and, iurtherrby distributing :
'
'these licenses must do fresh-and clean and. jn.good condition exceptionally .high t returns" upon exceptionally} Jartunatq cars the result is to t

cure direct from the'office of pub They areGOOD stabilize citrus growing and put It upon a sound business basis, Yet each!

;later than October 1'5to lication. There is the bother of wrap- 'fO' grower participates in the distribution of returns for fruit of the same quality 4;|
not
so ping, the portage, the possiblity of 'as he shipped. Pooling Ie: the Golden Rule applied to business. n It Is 'good

avoid prosecution. "forgetting" to mall. it, and, ,in addition : business,' plus." _
his "fruit whether "he goes Into a pool or not
to those things, the paper'in per- As I see It. a fellow pofils
. jhaps ragged and torn after the hand.i yarn('re. If he plays a lone hand he"baa got to pool with himself. That means .fat t..
-& ._ .I years and lean years; and the lean years can be depended upon, to come att.; .
_, ling so :frequently at the home. I.II I Notice ,In hereby. (given. that the xilty the_wrong. time. A man doesn't pool good fruit and get- returns proportioned
-- -- crhave1'JIIJ'1 azettewenf"ronrpt.17'D.Ch ."1'1111nC1t1r1(1.1tI' City;'Flaridat wilt fruit."\ What he j t
does gen :
1 . to those'' of another who ships poor .
''i meet on Frida)', Hi-ptembur 2tt, 122,
week to each daughter or 150.1' at 1:30p. m., to consider any .complaint the returns on fruit of-preclsely the same grade and sizes. Wherever'pooling .
coats but a trifle-and proves to th" that may bte pronntotl airulnit" Is practiced the growers are happy and are contented with their returns
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L--BAND-YrTal ,, nc'reaeea-PLYaluaUons9Lvrooertr.< - M Cg/lectof--'f !plent'amC1lt"'We'com8"'epdnder1t'I 1,axed by the nn""iiMor for taxes of 1922. "Generally speaking, the longer the.term. of the pool operated, ,the happier, they ti'
the "folks at home." No parent should l I! The rounoll /IWtR' --0.s an - :i ir" I !lug board on thp'Uth;' day of leeptem t growers are, 1. for one, would not consider having my .by any organization '0{'
postpone placing! a subscription "' .bar. In r"M'ular"Jourl..d,, Heiaton. mtida not in a position to give' me the advantage of-pooling. Anyone'!' fi

? /W'llD6UU'rosecu1ingtt/ rr.e, __. "''thin sort. It ia- also" good( propaganda' I,the following._. _.fallen. .. It.: ... f*..,,,... kulw*. manioc*, jjh. Anl rJnla iinnLia not tirtinarlv informed r.n the sublet, aim* -
t ,for' Kisslnimee d-for'Os'ceoia county O. W. Fox Florida band &: Improvement in like some of those Individualists who refuse to divide responsibility' with Jt
s Co. Ix>t No. 83; ,5UO.(0 to $760.00. t
MUymmK as well-for such a publication will : 'Mri. A- T. Morrlnon. 814. Lets 4 and II, their fellows by carrying Insurance on their homes. yet when .one of' that
be others. Block 1), Uoljl. liana Addition.! S2.70V ,
by
seen
many
I I I to t3.OOU.00. sort gels burned out without Insurance he generally makes such a walling'andgnashing 't
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--.-- III rll. U. Katz lie!f. 614. ft N of fiB of teeth It 1 lit hard to hear the cllijk of the silver falling Into the, f
Boosters Of Sarasnta ; !cor Lot 4, Klock lit, W. .\. I'atrlck'c "
Add., run N 62 ft, W 125 ft., H 62 ft, 10P13S hat that well-meaning neighbors are I passing about to buy a new outfit ot 'o
Stopped At Kisgimmce i / ft.: $2.noo.IIO I T. M. Murphy. Lot I and Lot 4. DlorkM
', Two score Surasotnns, full of cn.tlmpiasm W. A. I'atrlch'n Add Iff beg H6V how sound to me like pies of the fellow who was being tried for the murderof
and pep over what Snranr>' 'i''ft N of ,UK! car of Hiilil l fd 4. run N 62 his father and mother, and asked the mercy of the court on the ground that
,ft, W 11& ft a: B2 ft. K US ft.; '6.600.111Ito
'!:was about to accomplish, as 1 -$7.1>OO.OO. ..e:was au orphan. ,
about E. Uerbrahlrl, NH Lot t. IJIork FF. .

v to see on the east rp"+t, ntoprt'l) f'>l"l l con.oo. InrrrnNv-IVmoiml I them sot caught In a washout .on "railroad) near Macon. That being what

a few moments in Kiaiimmea Men I > I.yles V. Story.& Co.. H.OUII.OO to 'B- the railroads call an "Act ot Providence," I had no chance to pass the buck. Q

waH\V\ urOJ* '. '. v i''\ ,>\ afternoon. It was a motorcade Kiii.no.Clay) Johnson tJCO.dO to M.7RO. The other one arrived hi Phll.itli'lplil. at a lime when every cuss In Florida' 4 'i

il II i 1 ,7uF.. 'ipinatcd by the Chamber "bf 1)-1+ Independent Flnherlen Co., $760.00 to who hud watermelons thought bout to ship them Into I Philadelphia.! There '
l.KM.oo.(
merre of that city, of which A. B. Ed-ljwaidft H. \\'. Mrvtch,. $1niio.no to $1.7CO.oi were so many on the sidings: gave the dealers I colic Just to look them over .
I } : I is president and L. S. Moody! W. 1:. SandcrHon. $360.0(1( to 41,100.00. ...
Calvin Huckli'H, GOO 00.Win. I Mine brought thirty-nine dollars and eighteen cent less than freight and .
iHSrf .\\\*W-M--, ,.1i k: !secretary, and the people of that city HOHB $300.00.J.. IHnjj. I have made money on watermelons before, and 1 will-irioko It !again' ,

|operated most cordially. n. (JII.HKRT City Clerk. I but It Is darned unhandy to sUp up and get u little; lent Loan nothing out of .
The motorcade was enroute to (Orlando ) (O'H' :,\J.) 41-St
j these. How much better it would have been if all of us lir-e had handled our ;

.,: : thence to the east' coast to -Bundles-- of old paper are for- saleat melon. together. In that mse It might just have been that my two cars

I West Pnlm Beach and as far south as the office of The Gazette; lOco Would have hit the high spots, but* I Couldn't lave begrudged MJIIIO of those
/
:Miami nnd Kissimmee !
to reach
: expects .,
Better get them while there is a stock. who were out of luck getting part of my money in that ciise. For you can't '

'This' Illustrated: Free Book provided on the the return Melbourne-Kissimmee trip this afternoon Call at once; they'll never be cheaper beat the law of average and no really thinking mlln1'Is to. There must r.a

always be some who figure they will have DO hard luck; and they, .of course., ;t
cross-state highway shall not have
; .'CS'be"t"!fodarn Method c/ 'Decc."ati11l1'. received very heavy rains. Operation Not Successful will try to !beat the game. For that matter, however there are folks! who_!figure! ! _
:
r .. they know enough to run the earth, though they're hardly able to put a tire

'. I RFEDY CREEK BRIDGE on a lllvver. TheRe angles oJ marketing! your citrus deserve looking Into pretty ;
will be of f I
and e '
4 great vau3 to you your decorator (Contlnue from Para.One. "16 years operated on for thoroughly. There is many a stream which will make a horse swim to cross Ii

la'planning the interior decorations of your home. !i the county line; that after .spendingsome for appendicitis trail stones.and later Neither operated did me again any U thot only takes ducks up to their middle.

,. '' It contains i instructive: articles cn art in the home, :i sent the$1800 department in the works, and bill that had bill)been as good and I suffered all kinds of torture - I will man"this' aa I go through town. Bill Heard, another seventy-year

\ I I since. Five :years ago I tqok youngster, has just showed up with Information that Ihe perch, are biting hard i
\ had not been The commissioners
,. !color': harmony, cbrxcrcto information regarding yet paid. M-ayr'a Wonderful Remedy and have
down In the big lake and I reckon e'll
were! waiting that payment ; > have to So. down there and try-to
fell..no jyrnptoms Dr.pain since. AH ,
-:; Atha. 1inishh-d: f tsur tra3is-aid-ceilings:-- before"ooneluding- the'work where it stomach suffers''should take it," It is accommodate them. Love to Etta and the kids and yourself, from ;,
., 'I wa sadly ni "ded. Y( t. he added the harmless that "
f.- > a simple, preparation Your Uncle, Jonas. ti
auggeapons; cdvice\ work: cf making the bridge safe waS from' II
.. AH : ; ocd practical come from be removes the mucus the intestinal
to immediately taken uo bv the tract and allay. the inflammation
; 'experienced decorator. A great many-color- plates efmmi"lIioneMl'IInd but a short; time which causes practically all stomach, VII.
would be needed to place it in condi- liver and intestinal Including From Jonas Arland at Hammock
designed, byIctdinj: artists: vividly -Kow attractively ailments
{ tion for travel. 'Mr. Johnston said
decorated roomer You home fro'm: ,these; that the commissioners appendicitis.- ''One-dose--will - --- -- -- Graves. Florida, to Samuel l
; can: plan your had the agreement vince refunded.. Z. Rob- .
or money Newcomer Bentonvillo, Mich.
illustrations and articles from bathroom] of the state road department and 1!
to parlor. that as soon as the funds the county erson, druggists everywhere. Dear Sam: -

; \ ;; voted f IT the completion of the cross Somewhere In the Good Book it .."'.. "Blessed -are the meek; for they
;l' aleo'givcs exact specifications i for obtaining har r: ., : state highway were exhausted the do r : shall,Inherit,the,.earth.!' ,. ?' /: : ," .. .
,)\',' atoniaia:' "tf" w "' : r A'it partment would finish the job The ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ; "
cohir ;
eE \ CEEFLAT1 OA77;' :: Fromtwbich Ilgatherthat
". : \ .. : ..e t )J.\\f: I ; i i'r' funds would !lOon; be gone' he said, r"" whatever of this world's goods I accumulate )

1'\.. iiiOJem dutaEle'i 'iiary It comeVV24"p 1 'J' will be by my own efforts; as my chances of Inheritance ,
fgtoll ji1 'h.W1 :RL" an-t he believed the J1+ remaining two are small. Goodness
REWARD
:
'< ,-xn '*i'-Kv-' j CONVICTION 'knows:;,! have. bornethl.Bibltut'injunction in
:::! colors : combinedfato' mileetwooldlbeflniehedae.agreedhvthe' '' ;; ,,but.ever-now and theq
i
leep.-relvcly ,
.. whicharcJeasuyJ;; .. / state board.."lIe thought it wouldbe ',' .. '. something knocks it plumb out of my head. Have just come back from town."" "

thm" ;'dianningcolo"'cheme.., ., useless to,"at this time, write.the after! staging an exhibition, and. remorse bas me hard and fast even .It I 'dlel
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department.' This reward'will be paid for Information have considerable provocation. '
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Ak us lot Tre Book or writ. direct to e- r
FOOTBALL- NS'JtJBI.LANT" leading to the arrest and conviction I stopped In to buy a week' rations, and"ran Into a fruit buyer and; .

1 Peaslee-Gaulbert ,Co.. Louisville. Ky, of any, person or persons injuring a bunch\ of my neighbors. Couldn't help hearing conversations; and I will 1'.

traesrgaw.a *" 'Continued from race On!!) killing, hunting, or destroying, say this fellow had a pretty poisonous line of talk. He was willing, to admit { :
that the estimate is smaller .,
much
4 ; ,"; OSCEOLA HARD\VARE COMPANY ,. than 'is usually required by teams of ;iby any means whatsoever, prior to his concern was the
,, .. ; I.1 this sort. The cost of the footballsis I November 20, 1922, any of the follow. the others, were either crooked or under the management of congenital Idiots : ,
_ 11 'r; Kistimmee, Florida ''I a mere trifle to the remainder of ing-named birds or animals: When he turned his flow of talk on the Florida Citrus Exchange i got Into ill: ,
the just to avoid being '
the game gassed as a non-combatant.
paraphernalia necessary to protect I Wild turkey, doves, snipe, quail, _:oft ;
1 I the players/ and the boys state ducks, squirrels, or deer. The things hesaid ldn't amount to much. In Act, they would"have '
I that: other citiesxar called for''several been If se'se ,ff
upon laughable of humor
had
my been
Os- working but It bad
This offer is authorized by" the ; quit on
t times the amount desired to me. One thing that helped make me mad wa's 1
F: 'v I ceola Hunters' Association. that in the crowd were three"p'fit'
be raised in Kissimmee and the lads County .
1 ; tinember of our association who ;
were taking It all In
have a strong desire to have the and who either didn't
: I cause of education in the Osceola high have. enough information or enough backbone to stand up for their own "'
L. R. FARMERSheriff .
organization ,
school advance as rapidly as in other :;
'
'" -- accredited schools in... the, state
: After he
had set his
out claims
as to the i
.""'---'" -" .- -' '-' Osceola County Impossibility cf a bunch T>6
a 'Ii ; farmers managing their own affairs, and had begun to pay :'his compliments'more '

f ' definitely, I forgot all about-my chances for Inheriting anything, and r
L ,' ripped Into '
bjm.
OFFERINGS FOR THE FISKJTIRESLaughed
HOUSEWIFE '
_ Told.
him first that '1 didn't have to beg his pardon for butting in. for
: when he was talking about the Florida Citrus Exchange
be '
was talking .about
t he: "I'm glad to see me; that I wasn't an officer; but I was one of the owners, and I. resented.. his t!

tVTRA :HEAVY AlUMINUMWARE This article today;; effort to backbite aad belittle. ll I bullied the; bunch into .going; oveiw to ;

It says: "Sam Jones fined twenty bones\ tho packing house and established bv actual figures that over a term ot

-Blocked traffic on highway." years I bad averared far more for my fruit through the. Florida Citrus Kx '
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r '" '-. One tire blew-out-and onerwentflatNo"spare -change: ,.than any .of the crowd had who had sold to speculators' In-fact;

A SPLENDID; ASSORTMENT '-Say, it's crime when I began to tear into this fellow P 1 didn't take me long to nave him : .

AT LOWEST PRICES EVER SEEN IN KISSIMMEE To let a guy equipped like that corner admitting that largely his talk had been pure bluff and he didn't have.

l, ',., Run 'round loose aU the time."' the facts to back it up. ( Then I certnli.lv did lay ,him open.

tt- However when one of Y
j; "''Still I've learned from experience, my neighbors mentioned thst his own average'' :

'. 1 tl!!: { ''used,, to be so,bad through the Florida Citrus Exchange had beat mine 'a little, be began to get <:fi 1

.' 18 DISHPANS '. . ':;Each. 1.00' 6 COVIJRED. KETTLES No spare. -cheap' tire's-econpmyall the benefits. Why. he had stood still :with not a word to say not only letting:.t Tfl
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if) "" -> i ,-.i. .. .>.Each $1.00 bunk, everybody In bearing believe this fellow! but Indicating that he-believed,
kv4. "
6'WATER'PAILS.Each $1.00Y : talk himself. I toM ray friend! that If he "
didn't
: think "
,,1. ; : ; .Trouble what I had, enoogh"of the(;Florida ,
'6 PUDDING PANS I got riexfto myself Citrus Exchange to protect Us good name on such occasions, he wasn't_deserving -'

] ; 6,DOUEL' :E.PAILS.-. Each .$1.00 (Set' of 3))'.: ,.., ,{. .,.Each $1.00 Until__,And put some good Fists on. the the I benefits that came to him through It. Believe on the'apur of '
*- moment mentioned "yellow, g.," and said a good deal that
_ r'1\ '. Now Sam'Prather"takes' care of meMy -. I w04 nave J i
.. h ',,6 .FRYING. .:PANS,.. ., ,Each 1.00 .. 6. SERVING ,TRAYS.Ea'ch, $1.00 troubles have all gone." to eat' .la: order to reestablish friendly relations. However, it does make!me ,*' +
' tired when I find some persons willing to let this '
f" ,, propaganda 'go by .when

t.I. <9 ,ROASTERS 1 ."'t.'I+. .Eacb"$1.0 12 MILK CANS , .'.Each $1.00 .'WEAR FISKS, they when;have I hear M i hi'.some'of,their power to scotch It offhand. It makes me sore all through
r our own growers, who'are helplllg'to direct tboi'affatr. "
j ,6 PERCOLATORS', Each 6 .COFFEE POTS'.Each. $1.00 J of the organization, rUn down
'. $1.00 ' ., by !such loose talk when, I know1- their .ervices. _"

:'J i'; 6. WATER,?ITCIIERS'- ow '.COLANDERS'Each- ,? *- : '' -(r3 - "< ,$1.00, ISamW.." RrathcrKISSIMMEE, . are are-Clv.en.:being thus at a abused sacrifice simply to themselves'because life'work In( most instances help. maki' and the l'organizational' know they "-',' ,


t '+ '.... ,,..p. ..;))1v. .._rEach: $1.00 'G"C S ..1DOREf'iEach $1.00 I. ; \ft .effective and thus,earn. the enmity some of. these speculators.' ' ?, "'\A.t l

.T./. M It. .;- 1 bell Ye,that whoever atnda.by you 1s worth,standing by in turn? and, "
; '. '' T---- : as long ail,profit through my part'ownership In the Florida Citrus Exchange j
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be
: guess I will willing\ to "
o acep} mv part at tha r "'MMt
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v proUotlnj t\
. -..- t..' / '*' Only, one each.. *to/a Customer.. ( tt meekness to the contrary notwithstanding .
a
-c See 4)ur. Window It's 'full of ,Aluminum Bargains + And ; '
I PAINSTAKING, ift-run true''to4 form -now and then, forgetting, all about being meek.

: I.1 I am Jalrl consistent at that.. And .wasn': (it Bill Nye who'said,,'"Consistency\ '

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;;'' ,TEACHEIt'" 'Your: 'Cantankerous,, "' ,.t1 cleI .Jsnapr s IF

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:' : TAPPING THE 'THOUGHT' 'TANK v BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY!; SHOP' Notice is ,hereby' given ,that' the '
4 Gladys If' FD.t.I Proprietor} State Board ,of' Examiners will hold
-" : Perfect 8nt1. ) .od. teach.
/ fkCtOn Ouitrant examinations for all grades: of
;. ". d j : '. 8r< THORN... ... 1IAIli. WQRK-A SPECIALTY' 'j er." certificates, at the courthouse InK SPII1AISSATURDA
(- ..._ .I 110 'North Beaumont Aa1or 1 1O llimmee; Florida, beginning October

Sole Three And A Cuckoo Clock "KI..lmmee. 'a, 1922. C.. E. TOWEL!,.
Only 000..00..000.000.... .... 40-2t County Superintendent
." 'Over'in- -Saint Petersburg man Notice that a, person in1' Saint Petersburg : ?

+. ,, named Loyal Miller has been am.t- desires to sell an orioe" I . wopoi WOOD!. WOOD; I. Y AND MONDAY:
,> r, ed for stealing three automobiles and cookstove. Should think:; that wouldiie ',.B,. DiCKERSONCONTRACTOR order;:; .
one Ford. If that be: loyal make the : a nice companion to a sewing machine "' Place your for veneer blocks .. .
4> .\ND'BUILDEIl and split blocks at once for the summer
moat of It." that was. a "singer., .-- months. Blocks delivered tit "24 Pounds Ballard's O. K. Self-Rising Flour ,. .98
,, $ i
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* Brick-laying, Lathing, Plastering,. $$2.95 for 120 blocks; split for stove
Yi.Fsum-Hit's Perm'nent A Saving Suggestion wood guaranteed full strand $:I.U. '
Painting 24 Pounds High Grade' Blue Bird Flour ,.,, ,1.10, ,
4 ,Able'tolls me that he? Meerschaum-- I've been'wond'rlnc,what the mother No. 121 Brack Street, .Kissimmee Parties,with small stoves can be supplied :

tinted washer-lady possesses 'What now will do. ., with any length from 12 Inchesto 24 Pounds\Vfiite\' .Ring' Flour ,:*\'. .H-* *'.., *, -. ,,.,... 1.10, f,
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may be termed 'a '"re l permanent When they'' lengthen'! out 'their .skirts 16 inches No Change in price until .
9. .F, KRIBBS, W J. 8TBBP 15. Get in Pounds Memo High Gratis Flour.A. ,,_ WO
'wave.'C And X jes erbout.believe tha 'a foot'or'tYT Friday' September : your .24 : ? < ;> _

., Annie's right.' *jAmen.,a.> a're *""* i( As' o-orel.e Dame:Fashion they'll!says they'seem must uncanny . ..A..y\KRIBBS sad ry..rl.ra& .sTEED at; Law All winter's.delivered supply'while.prices,, Phone 91"; 616 are Brack low. .'96-.Pounds' ( Memo High- Grade. Flour.' i. *. .s . 3.89
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May Mean The Same TIt's HI..hrr.y' a7.rlda.' .. street J. Bonnin. 83-tf 24 Pounds Ball rd's'' Patent Obelisk Four, t"j, 1.25
When I read of a man making an awful crime to waste, the : o..i. l vmMIr. ,8.*..I..11'.t.t..dU.lted _'' (J..r.., '' .. ?
i Perfection'Flour,1.15
k "aggravated assault it, skirts they' own,' '. 0 I 24,, Pounds? Lassen's : / ;;
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Appears to me that the victim. a11 So I'd suggest they[',leave the- length Fat .Johnston O.. P; OAltftBrt DW'AYRESTAURANT: Pillsbury and other High Grade Patent
'have considered the trouble a alone '

._.._v.,"_--*.agcravatinl'.ault--.J-__m'-.- .......,..Dd.l. e1r.dal1Bhter...wea mchanning' --'-' 'JOHNSTON & GARRETT .2.... ,Flours .,Carried, .., in'.Stock. -- at- Low Prices- ... .
kr ' ; '.# # *. " 4 >.} '- fourteen' -yeare old' ATtoRNEYSA'fIA W 10 Pounds? franklin' Granulated Sugar,.,.,. :z '
Better Look Right Smart Out '- t ;''Annie I > Offices:' 10, 11 and 12, Osceola.Band-' '. +.-..,, '
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K 'J .note' that the Arcadia News is * Building.: ; 100 ;..Pounds, Franklin l Granulated. Sugar, ...> .., '(.25'
<'publishing' a couple of political announcements F ,OR/DA NEWLY ::FITTED
pi Oh,,:"Those Skirts,Annie KI8BIMMEH '
'>. .-. at the present day. ;;110 Pounds:Ifish Potatoes, extra good stock* .". .25,
Half a foots Half.a foot! Half a fort .
p -t. -. ...Merely as an' intimation I'd aay, the longer! CLEAN THROUGHOUT 'Pounds'' Meal or,'Grits-all i kinds.%. h .'.. . .25
:: : ..d1t0k' should1 be careful'--else on-- DtS-BATS'
Se we'll not note..if they're. slimmer( or 1 NEI Q1tiIE'000KINRegular ''
'+ nescient prosecuting >attorney who i 'stronger; p" ,2 PoundsNavy': ,Lima Beans. .,. .,...'. '. ,> ...:. ;25.
believes that.nothlni' is knowable' beyond Best For ,Many .Diseases. ..
'; the cogitative ego! will have him Down o'er tibia the knee-joint, the, femur '"Meals; Short""'Or- -:Can"Ne.J: omatoes',j,-. .v,:. *. L; -;;_W. *..*.-.<> .10
,and ,
{ arrested"Paid Political for not Advertisement placing the' at words the Close as the hide which protects the .medicinal Good baths wull.with water Open direct Tuesdays from,, ders. Board. by the Week. 45 Pounds t Compound'' : and *.,.,..>** ,..""/., >.t... 5.85. (.Jo',:'

I "amphibia; Thursdays, Saturdays from 9:30 a.
:foot of the notice. Yo' never' can tell Downward, still downward to where m to 6:00 p. m. A short drive from Prices Moderate.- 4. Pound High Graae.Gropnd-Coffee.v*' ,, .20 E.=
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I thank )'ou. > ankles trenible. Kissimmee. Phone 208. : .

r,} Hands On Your* Pocketbooka.*' *' Barring off spots" where mosquitoes. Orders for' the water may be left A Trial Invited, All.Tobaccos, :Cigarettes,. Snuffs, ,Candies, ]Fruits-; ,

In speaking of the dairy business 'assemble; at residence 614 Patrick street and :Feeds,, 'at Lowest Prices. '
Downward still downward all women ?
President F. N.: Scott of the'exper'. -- ,
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i imental station, told hi. large audience despise CHAS. Owner L .S. PRUITT l'' ,
Nd tell If she rolls 'em
one can or
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r'' at Gainesville that "The dairyman "
A TRIAL '
ties 'em; Proprietor Gly-E..US .,
of tho future will be numbered
Clothmakers have to be helped in a. ( No. BS; Residence _,. ..
l among our most substantial, weathy, I' Tel.phone.-Otll,8 5'03 Broadway Kissimmee "
crisis No, JIS. ? ,
and influential farhrers." "I trust he :
No matter the ..cost and not matter I 1.00 to 8:00
Hour: 8:80 to 1Z:00|
right
,, was right. But what geta me '
.?; where my collar-button hits is when the prices! S DR. B. I* WILKERSON I..R.BENNETT ,
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will the milk-dealers\ commence to increase NEED .J/I I DISttTISTOflc 40.2t666 I
OF CHANGE
a the price of milk Was the NO
I Over The Rexall Store.
expression made as a sort of a foregunner .
If those Episcopal bishops
] regarding: what was coming 1
r Great Scott! Out in Portland, Oregon Cares Malaria, Chill and Fever,", No. 6 BROADWAY :t I KISSIMMEE

a' Wljo've gathered from everywhere, Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills.the I' ,
Moat Natural l Prophecy Have a hunch that they I JESSIE D. KLE1NMAN\ I germs. i ---- .

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the Are slipping something over
s Even since I first heard of Stenographic Work J --
Copying -
r .. Sponge Exchange bank at Tarpon On us poor merifolks

i,Springs I've always wondered what By divers and devious changes : Phone 253. State Bank Ui1diUg'l
the result would be if someone came In the, ordinary wedding service, : I .

erlong and squoze the sponge., It'. They' are going to meet up UAI ...
the most natural ,thing in the world With some great surprises.
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t:' to do. '''Go into a drugstore where,Merely to save'" wear;and tear ,. '. >'
there is of and -you'll On their talking apparatus I ..
a pile sponges CITY.NEATMARKET. ..
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see.- nine in"ten people come erlong, They would ..remove.tcobey" .. ; ----.. ',1'; : .' ....... .....:..:... ,. .-r.!" '" '- :
pick up a sponge, try to squeeze it, From the numerous promises ,' ..... .J "
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t in'the Jewa The bride willingly make. .
1 then toss it back heap. very ; .
notice that? I thought mo. Some 9' When the performance takes place- i '; a.I .
''the' squeezef".1 Yet those bishops well know Tfc n t QooJytar
,sponge. are too.dry to : :
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.and 'some are a. soft, as .a baby' That the fair blushing bride Fresh Meat: andVegetables I Q Cr.v.JLiTreadCord '

;, j cheek; but there's always someone to Always makes mental reservations ', % ', .. ". ,. '... '
grab"a sample,and pinch it. Evidently .] About all those promises; I if: .-.{
bank Then, after she,"lands him," .
N' 1 someone tried to squeeze.that ,. \
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at'Tarpon-Springs :. and right then I She explains her blunt refusal , ., . \. , ',,, ., ,
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''f{;! ': ,and', there every man; in-, Tarpoq: By1 saying she was'so ,confused|1'.*,;'s|# 1.-- ..,..1. ,Jhonc&Aj&, : . j'-," ,, I .."..,, "' .'j.t," h ft.-' : D .' '.,.,, ,,"" v' '. '..' ..u wEsa'. '( .""'"r".*:''.';''i'
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f.., springs to the relief! of! th',institution,1 That she didn't fully,comprehend '1. !. __ : /'+',1'iWi ,;'i"1 -. .ViwJte&w\ ,iittftfvv'v( 'llwPPOTvr' ,J1 .
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;" %< M&V :'I: 'f'tjfr f J .*!* .i1'" kE' I WhatS.I'he the vas talking 'erbout.somewherell JgraH "" .....: ,. ; :.. : 1; 1 ':!\/ '' .'""I,'_, 1.' ", ' ;" ,1 z/1i":\..,, ,,,. .1f' -'fi'<),\\1.\ '* t;
!" : J' ,:* y, I'5 thinkf bible;:says ?', rDENNINC 1St'A,, ; : : >) >%! : M t.' .'"" h \ !: .: \ !
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TRellglon"of' '
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:Not God "Wjvel; obey.your husbands; : :
Says ,the Gainesville News: .. > for It la right;" DENTIST I New Treada'Lower-Pnce: :

: In the. prayer-meeting contest -, But goodness 'me, Annie, Over the Postofflce. In
Gainesville looms well. That makes .no difference. Residence 3FFIQE HOURS-Phone to 11:10.' 1:10. 'to. I." i Reliable Goodyear Quality, i

ahead Last Wednesday night Didn't Adam, back in early days, 174Office Phone 158 ,
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the attendance was as follows: Positively have the "hap" :' t ,

Gainesville 407; Sanford 270; Pulled out of "happiness" 1. Here is a new Goodyear Cord]' Tire- a' big,. sturdy; longwearing -, ..

Lake City 200; Leeaburg 96. Because Eve was'the 'boss? .O 6 ,tire-that sells at a price' lower tKan,you''are asked s

I believe that such "contests" are And didn't Mister Lot' M. pay for "long discount"'tires of unknown'yalpe. 'I'' i
to ;
t : many
not In accord /with real religion-nor Have to secure>a fresh wife O'OO..O'O'.I.
f that they are instrumental in for- Because Mrs. ''Lot went salty Real [ It has a different tread 'from the famous.. Goodyear, All- .....

\\i j; warding membership which will When she wouldn't mind him? It a ...J... .!!! : g !! : : Weather.. -Cord-a'new,tread with a deep;dean-cut,j '. ..:..; "

: "endure unto the endIt may bestyled And didn't dear dimpled Delilah Realty Bought and sold..y 5. cog-like pattern-and it sells for substantially,. .' -... '
. a "good-natured rivalry" be .opening her barbershop .,.
lit cottbri the same4 '," ', ;;
Houses tentedTaxes has in it the same -ade'long-stapl ,
tween cities-but why not take some Nearly give Sam,a'bfose shave n rs
.,* other means and not make a farce When- she cut his hair paid and Titles 'I:' Goodyear patented group-ply construction; the same liber lot ,
along religious lines? The commandment Wholly against his wishes T i'ed for non-residents. ally oversize dimensions. -, '" ""

"Thou ehalt have' no'other' Gods Women'never 'do obey' .Fire, Life' and When you buy the 4V&-inch size;for:.example, you get a tire ;
y., before"rne" ill cast aside in a contests After.the first houror, two turance., : '
I ,; I whose actual measurement is nearly .inches. i It .
Bond.
'one's Indemnity
sottl'loyalty to -
of this ; community But the poor duped men ;
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TreadCord with '
pride in winnlng'lnany sort of Never realize that fact, .........O.I.. .......... Don't confuse this; Goodyear Cross-Rib' ;:; r .
a contest are tho incentives which induce Until it's all too late.YetI other popular-price cords..which sell at the same price or for .' '' > ; : {f :

temporary; iacrease' in; an :attendance . notice with glee '.. slightly,,more..' _?. /

of thlp sort.. It is made similar That the same wise bishops P. A. VANS. AGNEW r In many cases, these other:cords.are.:made inferior? cnate.r.. s
to thesresponse to a requst by Are to throw out asop.Torall ." '
k '1I motion-picture firm,-planning to prospective-husband .- -----. -. ATTORAB1T.AT.LAWOFPICB8". ."-- rials, witlvshort-staple.,cotton,as_a foundation. ; :- '

;make 'a,film of the main thoroughfare' By deleting the agreement Winter Park -Florida -, .Get the tire that is good enough to carry Goodyear name,

12 of a city, that all citizen "bo out and' They have' heretofore made that built safeguard world-wide: Goodyear? reputation; 't t
p' about"on.. that;,day.ia.order that..real, "With all my worldly goods : "
;action maybe shown. Everyone gets ?I the endow.' \ I' Compare these prices with f VET prices you are asked to pay for ''long 'discount"tires,, t

p* out and strolls and tries to appear as, That. tai all 'nonsense, anyway. ; __ DR. J.'J. HARVEY 3Ox3>i Clincher ..... $12.50 32x4 Str.fght SUe .,.$24.50 '33x4yiSttaightSide$32.15'( ,
'''careless a.'polllibl; and It.Is all for The man never-meant1; s CHIROPODIST OF, TAMPA' .y 3Ox3U'Straight Side. 13.5O 33x4 Straight Side.;, 25.25 h4>'Srr.ightSid.,., '32.95
the advertising: thatmay follow., If Besides, 'after"tbe "worldly goods" Will be at' The Graystone; Hotel 32: x3X Straight Sid*.,. 19.25 34x4 Straight Side/ ,25.9O ::33x5; StraightSide.'. 39.10'31.x4 t .

Gainesville can show:more people'and !Are:scanned >by the) bride, the 7th and. 8th of each month.,, StraightSido. 22.20 32x4j, tr.iihc'Side... 31.45: ,35xStraightSiddf: , 41-05'-

better-dressed..people?:that,,Crockery i And she has,well settled i TAu;rlullnc/flJI ",."uMlflr, ,," ltll"I"*" "', ".'" , I h .
town there I. chuckle of satisfactionand :Upon'what she wishes'to have, I .. .. Goodyear Cross-Rib Tread Cord"TtrePar: \: alto.made*,.:6 7 and BJ..d.; .for. 'truck* '

-. the cry, goes:forth, Well we Th re'*,nothing'much;left;. KISSIMMEE PLUMBING .,< ,
'em! I tell 'this is s-o-m-e ,this I "SALE ,BY''', tt ,
B>' beat you I Consequently agreementFor ;FOR : :;,. .,
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f1'I .. town!" I Those'' '-who." attend'"prayer.meetings even a flft'fifty iplit11'1 slierNothing ". ,"" I
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carrying In tbelr-hearts the Is merely'a.rattling of words "' I. ..'

I love of.God,- a'desire' t6'' do His'will, To encourage the'main fall guy ,. Too Big: .l' FOR, -;SALE BY "

;'a wish;;to'aerve' those"who'have-met To pay an.extra dollar or.fo' '

, with re.en'; and 4 yearning to" commune For the nuptial knot-tying ,.,... .- ,Nothing. ',Too..Small, .... :
?a ; 'with that Spirit which..descends Reany;-,lfcan't understand _ ,*j; '" ,,' : r

,to ,bless 'and; encourage care, little Why ,those bishops' in Portland,( All, ,WorkGuaranteed'To'Be: ; .., , :I LUPFER & PRATHER: GARAGE :s
twhethir'the'nttmber'in' the'gathering Gathered from nearlyeverywhere; Satisfactory %
p Is.greater or less than.In; 'some'other Will. apend so,much time' .. .
4 '" 'community;,.they believe that ":whenfa' Considering ,Brach'useless! sub) cts-' . "' . L ,*** ,.:
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IS! Rrnadway ;Tele hen 143 l :t. ,' : j
. three are gathered together Unless they draw a p 'di m u ,
my'name there ant I iq.the midst WMle'.they are In..elalon-: .. '
'of'them.* "Popularity contests"should And Portland i* .a.. pretty placeIn > -, '.') I

t, be confined to matters of business andvibt .which to haft.. ..arible.. Vacation. d6 ,'t-: Malaria, ,tom.
;: .veligios I :believe; and' actual ] Yassnnu 6 Fever," Bffioos Fever. I'

w religion'and Joy of God'doesn't" mix I'thank you;: '. . olda.aaet LaGripp
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r...a -l'J"",wen'rwittt' sounding brats 'and f .. ". -'. t
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tinUmjr'eyipbala..* '"The=peace of GodwfeicH The Gacette'a :Job depll1'tment'fa .. .
eqnppe4 to do/all kinds of Job print, .' '
,, paaMtk all understanding; If,you have'rooms to rent, a small 1-
Iiardly' ,assimilate with pop Jarltt. cbn-, 1ns'oa' sijgrt notfc* and at reasonabl advertisement''in: ,:our.>classifl.d."coV,. 1

'test'.atprayer-meetings.; .. .., ' sic; .,anon'. ., wtll, .'fiU'thenu. :. .., ';'48-tf. I;: ''." -.. "1" . .. : . ,

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.*AtlfM. THE KI8SIMMEK VALLEY 'GAZrn & FRIDAY: S SEPTEMBER U.INI

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'KISS ME:( VALLEY GAZETTE E: HENRY FORD 1tE NT'. WHAT HB SAID Theft, 0(' Diamond :


PUBLISHED! BT CARRYING out his statement'made several weeks Was Hurriedly, :.. ,

?HID tttflSIHMEB! VALLEY GAZETTE EVERT FRIDAY ago Henry Ford closed his plants last Saturday. night Shortly, before, noon on
K1S8IMMEE. FLORIDA an 'action which may be laid to the 'door of those who i
Mrs. C. B. Elam of 108 :
would gain extra profits in the sale of necessities/ ;4
Q, HT. B. HARRIS PresidentE. I. estimated that more than one hundred thousand men nue notified C. H. Driggers, .eh ;
4 O. VANS AGNEW, Secretaryw. police, that a diamond ring ,
are temporarily Idle as a result of this action-ond will
Editor
L THORNDTKS.
$300, was missing from her ,
so remain, until prices of commodities used by this Immensscorporatiort ,
arid
must have been
SUBSCRIPTION MATHS) : : are placed the old figures., taken '
'On. Cop-. One Tear.......,__....fc-.wJv._...,. upon .It few momenta. Inquiry .brou
One Copy SIX Month*__*,,.,.-._....._.___......._ '.00 was not a caN as to whether, the Fords could afford -to the fact that had
M One ''Copy Three ; Month---__'-............__ .60 pay the new prices:; it-was simply a refusal to consider no,one been

IEnt.redat, .*the postafflee at Kl..lmiae4; .Florida?, advance, in the price. which were unseemly house except the colored maid : :
.. .itd-cla.. mauer.) work and a delivery boy from ; i:
u c Henry ,Ford ,can. afford to keep his plants 'elo.ed. indefinitely .
All. communication '."e.pt from authorised correspondents --and to even place hi. employees .on halfpayf market., As soon as the chief '
trust be nlned. .by the writer.' during their lack of work. .But the people of Michiganand the boy' was''Ira Slade his :!! "
Rejected matter will be returned If called 'to", were arouae *'and he hunted '
the people of the .I, nited States cannot afford! ,it; : ,
t I f and there is no belief that'the delivery clerk. Finding him
Adr.rtMn R imMit-.tt great industry/and those
{ TH.E. PR 3S ASSOCIATION J cused'him, 'of 'ihe., theft, and1 ;
connected with .it,. will be L2Iowed to long remain''.In'a' "
closed condition. Politics, which has been allowed to finally 'confessed that he?had J
._, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1822 turnaway an offer for the Muscle Shoals proposition the ring. which he, "thought '
-- -- - worth much," and had given it
because it might harm tile chemical trust which is':extremely : -
F strong in congress: may bring pressure in someway mother Chief Driggers. then :

t, ; J BIBLE inODGHI FOR THIS WEEk ; to'a permit half million a resumption people. of the Industry.* which' supports the of returned Kissimmee boy's the mother jewel.; and in at one hi.of the "

The assertions that the sale of cars and tractors '
Whether further action
1 turned out by. the Ford plants will greatly diminish will

.. ,.,.._ .GLADNESS. IN .BERVICE>=-Serve..J.he..Lo1'llwllb. when-w rlLahaIL jM e..naUJXUdh.! .(" ..-th.gr.nf.t..yfogpublic en in the* matter is not known;'*
fnddent lhow.'that-'mereh :
nt .
; gladnessEnter: Into his gat" with thanksgiving, and mayb "'iore"' regarding .but-down-ts-.UlY:; l look:'-carefully= "after-the char < :
People toy those goods because they fill ,the bill,*because ,
and
'into his. courts with praise: be thankful unto him those occupying positions-of
' they are reliable, because they are within a price
bless his name For the Lord is good.-Psalm 100: 2,4 \
which all, or nearly! all, can afford. And they will buy MILLIONS WASTED I
I them no less merely because of the action of the-owners WITH NO I ,
THREE AND ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS
against the profiteers; possibly the orders are nowclockingintotheofficefasterthan' ,
i"r'' before.' --, ....:Washington.-..September-21.-
, ; WITHIN; the-past-efgbteen months the state road ital News Service. To the l

department has spent more than three and om ..half FLOOD TilE MAILS WITH POSTCARDS public the boll'weevil is a' .

million dollars-to be exact the official figures show insect which does something

the sum to be $$3,668.420.05-doln something in the FROM every city town, and hamlet in Florida', there cotton crop. To the cotton

way of establishing good highways in Florida. To be threatens to go out a volume of postcards on Sunday the boll weevil is a cataclysm 1

F' ,sure, that is not!; a vast amount, when It I-i considered October 1, to all points in the north and west with a aster a nightmare of terror.
that several counties by themselves have bonded for a view of bringing to the notice of the entire United |country as a whole the boll' !. I
,million dollars each, and untold numbers'.bave bonded States that Florida stands ready to divide her .i1n.hlne. the e.use-of-an-economle"lo8s-

for at least one-half that sum. her pleasant temperature both day and night, her pretty guessed proportions. :

.)Jut the counties which have bonded have done some- and peaceful Scenery, her breezes laden with the odor According .&.statistics of the :

thing. They have made roads which reached from of blossom and fruit her multiplicity of attractions, partment of agriculture, in the

somewhere to somewhere. The roads and highways with all who may visit the state to remain either a 1921 the crop'OI! cotton harvested :

4j. .. are worth largely '''more-.than they cost. The large: sum shorter or longer period 7,954,600 bales. It should have

expended by the state road department has accomplish'' "Postcard Day" has been set for October 1-Sunday.It 18,666,000, but 10,712,000 were

led but little it being said with apparent authority"that will make but little difference! whether these hun- by naturat"cau.e.' ., and of this

not one mile of completed road has ever been dreds of thousands of cards start on their mission on moue quantity' destroyed the

,t'. \turned' over to the state in a perfect condition." It the day preceding] or the day following; but possibly weevil 'alone accounted for ,

', '' has done a smattering of work upon so many roads. Sunday' was choaett because of the greater leisure to bales, worth with the seed

R'' merely to soothe the feelings of those who had some sort l IS' "T und on that day. The date was set, by the Florida ,would have been ginned, $ '

:of a pull that all its efforts appear to have been mieA Development Board, an organization which has done For the thirteen-year period

; .:directed_s well as misconnected. much to forward all interests of the state, and while |the damage done by the boll

To the ordinary layman the surprise is that there is there is no way in which the number of postcards sent ,i:reached the enormous total of $. : : :

pow so great an unfinished mileage;,that an attempt was out can be ascertained it is roughly estimated that,more j'1152,000.
: than two million cards went out last I'I I It is obvious that science can,
made in many instances to construct a railroad grade year on a similar '
ttP for the roads under day. Whatever the number have been there will ,,will, eradicate the boll weevil ;
way; and! that the.! !first work cf ths! may !<
.department was not directed and completed on the four certainly be a largely increased total pass through the 1!I it eradicated the mosquito and 1

'principal inlets to the state. Much abuse has been directed mails this special) day. I laria and yellow fever from the
It might be well for all writers and senders of card Zone At one time-one of the
k against Georgia in the slams over "the Jack *),1 I
to add a postscript on each missive attention deadly spots on the face of the
Y 'aonYille-Wayero.. road, while the facts are that all calling i
-.or.,nearly all-the, trouble lies in Nassau county the to the fact that -the railways opened their Florida drive the Canal Zone Is now .one of

,,road 'ro'm'' Folkston ,south 'being for a number of years on that day, Sunday, October I, and that every Inducement I healthiest. The job was done,.

.In a .repulsively condition,, ; while Georgia's mileage is being offend by Floridians to "make the visitsof 'there was urgent need real

-Causes but little.difficulty., ,. i the, .masses. _as' pleasurable! ,apo..ible determination. and"no 'lack-of
j '
.' The. bolF weevil can be"
N Men who, have"attended ;some-of'the meetings of the< orat least, controlled and will .
: ABUSE OF STATE SHOULD BE STOPPED "
( tate: road department*;:mention :with*pity the 'lack of when the government spend

'general knowledge'evineedby' members regarding both SINCE the letter from resident money at one time to do it, and I I
of to
' the ,physical and financial ,, condition I of the work thaIs t .a KJssimmee before: It is pointed out in c":1
the Buffalo News has been In type The'Gasette has been I
being'.carried, on. One of.the grfeat bugaboos con the recipient of several communications theoutrageque .that) had one Half of the damage !
,tinually harped upon, when,the lack of. progress is men-. .I.ertions..ade..ihereinr regarding by the boll weevil been spent In I i

: ''tioned ,Is !"lack' offunda"!I yet figures show that there letter written to Lew B. Brown, editor.The-I of"theIaint te.t /:is a l tog" itr'U-;-w6uld' now be gone- ![;
:
has been In" a number of instances,'an;'overplus of cash;: Petersburg Independent, by a tourist who, has been Cotton,is a necessary'ot,lite.'and 1-

w.'t' :.a. condition 'which forced the board to,make many' pur- "coming"to,Florida for twenty-five seasons" Mr. Brown south; the great -source' of world ; ,
cbaser'at"outr.geoui' pricesmerely to reduce the "fundsoa'haneto'k ,
ton. Not to protect the product ,
: ''jcould.com kindly' sent the communication to :The. Gazette with the
where
figure the department ,
ample
; 1t.,1'I'0wer. by
notation '"Respectfully' referred for investigation and
? 1d tfcfra. Some men ,can' think only'In! five'figures' "' to stamp out the insect which is ,
. comment. The letter to the Independent reads:. (
,_ -:=OAlaw'' .' ,Enclosed find_ lipp n"-'rom the'Buffalo News, //my not only,of .Americans but '
'Florid inever needed'completed' 'roads" so badly:'as which has an'' immense circulation< not only in Buffalo mankind into: refrain from. >

sheneeds'them'at: this& '.1It0men' The state is getting' but in all the western; part of the state., Cannot money in home defense aa truly '
loads; hundreds. of miles- of them: and -
"" 'good roads, 'something be done to stop;'this slandering of it were a human enemy instead ;
L" ,too;'but if the "state road department: bid kept faith Florida The first letter which I neglected to'save. insect one which menaces
'with the 1.>"Ple'and not with the politicians there*wouldlsvebeen *
ajso warned; people to stay aw.yfrom. Florida.
: for these .. Prices'Are ReducedOn
no necessity frequent. meet. The Chamber of Commerce of Kissimmee should ) :
'
Ingr of'indignant taxpayers J who ,say 'things not conducive know of this I'am highly indignant.' All Job
. to good propaganda for the state. It is
a fact The Gazette recognizes the fact that such letters will '
nevertheless, :that while the roads are recognized as Notwithstanding th.t. market .
occasionally, find their into the pre.. and also
way ; -
]vs-,., far. better than many of those coming from other states that tations on all paper stock have
recognizes no matter how irresponsible be
''' had expected to find them, there is no good reason why may vanced within the past twenty ,
the,
writers of
such
there
silly propaganda will .be a
The Gazette Is its
there should not-be'found many many miles of perfect certain standing by
number of readers who will beliefIn
: place implicit
', 'highways '.constructed: by the state road;department un- the to'make, a marked reduction on ;
statements
made. been takento
Steps hay already
.der. Intelligent work placed during the present ;
In
.supervision; many sections of Florida. !
t refute far : possible the stigma out the
as as .rent by This makes an excellent,....
.:One'of,'the- early 'propositions .which the state road "
,
writer of --"Oakley Farm, but ''too strenuous .a denial for all business men to make a .
department promised to,,i take up and complete is the might embroil any disputant insome, .legal entanglement the office
saving stationery
highway ,between .KJssimmee and :Melbourne. Osceola that might be long-drawn out. upon
I, 'county has spent mons1 than one-half a'million dollarsof .. may need during the next !

; brown money in making' good road to the Brevard WILL ASSESS AT FULL VALUES orders months It will be well to place

\.. county,'line; 'yet' "there, is .now jacking something' more as early as possible.

"" :than',two' miles .which was agreed to be, finished by the NEW SMYRNA will assess all properties /within the FOOTBALL PRACTICE, TO !iT. '

c. state> Thi..tactmay.be. :. found upon the 'minutes. of the city limits--at-full=values the= _HlelJinlr'Prieerthe.' .. -. - -- -- ,1 i
"body... .* arcetor-what. is expected .
assessor making the fimirea -at m's discretion: This,assessm'ent"will"have '
i Yet'nothing!has been done'1Iy tb. state road department ; 'nothing-to-do 4th.-tI e.aeuntyee-i the most successful season for
'j'ars;of l go11fnT..CblIe8'e:::: !'---wffr
'with the that Is which
space lacking of road construction se sment- will be-carried 'out on the usual fifty
.-.:.which,,denotes?*. sorry lack of action upon that body. percent values.! 'In this way .the city will be able to next week,; according to an ,
ment A. W. the
from AshbumV
From! the county line to Melbourne, through the Saints show the real value of, the property and the mileage ?
who will be in .
coach soon
Johns/marsh, there is a long detour impassible after may be consequently made the lower; 'a mOlt satisfactory *

sucha:, rain a. .feU on Sunday.. The roadbed,h.. been proceeding for' all >concerned. The prospective investor Prk.to,' complete arrangements. '
,1 'elevated east :of the''' bridge crossing the Saint John ,, also; .can learn of valuations by his own laver first game on the Rollins'

t'w? river)and,, is;; ready'for the surface, but, the work lags. igatfqn, and thus avoid paying an extortionate. figures, with the Jjnhenity.of"; Florida ,

,1, .Meantime both terminil; of the-cross-state! highway are for" any property he may fancy Saturday is ,with October Stetson: 14, University and the : '

suffering from,;the ..ill-advertising- that must follow a game '

i t trip across': .. It:"I. !tru. that each day 'sees many can "NO MATTER how much we may differ,with.him In Thanksgiving, Day.,

making" the tripbut;; ,..following a rain' the' detours 'are judgment, Congressman Sears can at''' least claim con- \1'BAND NEEDS ASSISTANCE =

f 4ang.rons'to'the'stranger. Jstency in'vcting'against' ,all;'!hi. ,,Florida eolleagnea to 'The Kissimmee band has been
It Is'an'unfair'action upon'the part of the state road sustain the president's veto on the bonus bill. He voiced pled because of the necessitated

department to longer neglect this'very' valuable mileage. its opposition the measure Id his campaign-and was Mmce during the. winter of Add .
t 'The'entire .distance"should\have been completed before re-nominated bert, Johrt Graham, and Murray f
,
t1' the opening,of the season last yearj:'K isVnow a.questfon , .. I.street, and' there will be need ;for' ,, :

'f"ii s ,' if Jt wUl .Tae completed by the, open in..' of''the approaching FLORIDA 'his'' lost a noble man' this:'week in the should least two be three.players It -is although highly )) ,

: ;season.:. If ;th. department would"" eep its death of:Myron B. Gillette, ,..hlcb ,ocearrecroll: Wednesday that- these men'will'have-to be ;

'. tirord"rwtth': the,,offleere ,lof; Osoeoa'etunty.and) ; would 'in-New':YorkIIis: memory.-win;.remain t to,kindly --although Jt may be possible to :'; .

r,' ;'..,,' 'completo, a the' agreement ,mad.11w4th-8rsvard county, thought long as on* of the state's chief,industries, in cate' them business where they can carry f- ;

:.. -thirty:days;would,see" thev,completion '.of: this valuable which'be was so Jgreat 'a'factor,' shall, 'continue.RELIABLE .' ime.some: But',the during Jt>and; .portion will. :; : : '

,r I, eroelHteta'l'OIIdthe,nearest'.finished and most 'valua. ';. p funds-and the plan that now :
ble>> ODe In Florida. 'to" -th.-ma ,
statistics -.utrttaetf..le put
}I show that # present: :
V'. t : *$; \ ::i

t t\ -,:;WHATua'joke It' would have'been on'Bert )f. "Jewell, to spen(thelrjmoney'than there'are. l4ltt;: _dtypfNewYork. r fa,completed.' Y : '

:p Led push .of, the strikers, IT the strike had amounted to .' 'And touching 'this?'point,: it"may be truthfully ENTRANTS TO-'COLLEG: ; :

,- .. Kv';It,would have ,then been'impossible for hirA to sserted that there' are comparatively. few.real, Ameri.. I'f'','The, followmjr named new '
'. b...;taken the' .racctmed trafas" ,and .malted' fpmdfts"tpolnt'to'dIstant ears in that'great city.WITH . ...taM 'the Kissimmee Business ;
lege,on Mobdayf Miss Maud : :
/ point he has
as been dolngu d .
f>>
Curtis of
/ he...'.M have' ben,foned to ;ait to his office ones andwrits I ,. oal'touching' .:th.4h1t1f' ,,}spots', of 'twentj-.Ix eon Miss; ;Fannie Campbell Littlefield, Saint recently ; ;

,r: ) tettarsf 4U liners' bae.beep."o,tratos .running, sfce dollars a tona, *'lome northern people'are advising TheGaaettth. rived I'MIUedmmee'from . : ;

.' ssissui. to belie* w-wM.bs) the case: .the letters could : :. economy. of. a-wtnter .Florida, Is"plainlyipparerrt" Alabama Miss Cecelia.Phillips, '
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' I I :Mr., aad.J4rL.R.1phBarden,,: : who .AvArthur. Nave,; son, ofMr: 'and. j I Mrs';J. A.'Button' ,who"lye'beeiTmaking 1 -j.. ;Mr< and\ Mrs. :George. .WJ;, Peri.na PERTABHKG. TOrtt ,' .a.u.a..,: ,

'f' have been visiting the mother and ale Mrs.., F.' A.;, Nave, has, Just arrived ,' an extended visit.ln Cleveland l returned have 'returned 'from' their ;northern '

.* J I LOCAL er of Mr. Bearden,; left Klsslmmee from' Chicagoand: is. being ahownover. .I to. Kissimmee'last, evening. } ',. < buying i ;trip-during- which!,they'' combined BapthtRer a tsieh. > .
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Ii Tuesday. ...f9r.thell'- "home In Miami. the city and'eounty There is a I ....: : ( much! pleaure''with: considerable -It:. .
,' ,'1 : : probability'' that he-will permanently I ,JIr*. 'r; A.Nave'' 'who is"an expertStenographer 'ba.ioeaa-Mr Persons having ',. J. X.; Sutton i D.' DPasto-1 *,7;;; t) +sp f

> i. C"i Shaves.l 15c; ,haircut, 85c;' ehildrea'fLc remain, here,> i Is:'to' fill\'that clerical bought for hi chain'of .to......,, ,Some 9:46 a. m--Sunday'' school. 18. :L., .
: ; at Casino Barber Shop.. 18tfO '* ,post ,Jn the 'office: otr.At.,save .until of the; bargains'are .being mentioned Lupftr Jr.,\''superttfiiiJeB .; daaaee, .e,

'i? 9sr. U. Arnold and Archie Crint, of ,, P. Taw; head of the' commercial: Mrs.; .Julia Bass, who'conducts the the' aucceaeor of Miss Thomason shall in this; Issue of The Gazette. for' all a e.., Join the )to e'. class.

hustle spent Sunday;with friends In department in 'the Xisshnmee Business grocery at Bass' Corner.. has, been I be Installed: WGilbert' 7:00 11:00' a. .m...-" Sermon the, inster-
I. p. ;'-B. Y. P. U. live
I # Kissimmee.jfcj .' College. iI acharter'member,, of confined to her bed again iilD the Society of New,York Accountants.Saws and her 'daughter, 'Mis Essie Bass, D. Lech; of the' Commercial have been, making an extended tour aent.. ,,,, 1 N'
:in Complete line. of fall hats st Th. also bail' been UL Miss: Trixie,Base ,' of' Leesb'urg, was 'in Kissimmee of- the,'northern states,'': .in' KIa1 '8:00 Po.Sermon{ by the pastor
were
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I ji! Slat Shop. ,,.Item itchln&,?, Phone 61. filed-razors ed."Bid". !Rarrelson is ,,filling, the duties of, her: mother In yesterday, enl'Oute' Lakeland. He 1 simm..'' on Tuesday having"'arrived 7:8O p.. ... .- Wednesday.-- .prayer'meeting. !
j i ,:. *: J. D. Woodbeck. '41tie Randolph and Dixie Highway; the store. announced'' the fiber paper pulp plant their ,
, t at Orlando boDMd.at' week. Mr. Free seats and 'a 'welcome tostrangers
-fO-tf, would begin Its active work within .
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as well those who be
Rose is at'Ocalawhere W.rd.ya that conditions throughout as
I ,. aGienn now t A discount 'of one-fourth the price week.' long. here. '
: ,he is driving an autobus between that Mrs.; Holmes Prather and Miss Mat- allowed on all Job-printing>> brought to the north are gradually brighteningbut A church of the Ible'andfor'tit., .'

:*,.','. .city,,and 'Eustis. . i. tie Bandy spent :Sunday, at Daytona the office''of 'The' ''Gazette between Harry Geiger, of Colfax, Indiana, is feel. sure.that th. ''coal shortage people.. T ,
JJeach, where 'they were guests ..ofMis now. the will add many to the u.ualll.t of '
the d.y'ot"ptem to Kissimmee.
and closing among new-comers .
,,0Housewivesl; I It will pay you ,to LiUie Dale; sister* of Mrs. Prath-. : .4 ber Perfect'work guaranteed. With' ,his wife and children.he- is located visitor; who' each, winter, make)1)' this CWch, : ."Y Y'Rev.'W.'H.Jre.ch 1
. $. read BennettV advertisement tog
''"' .page's., ,41-H *, r.;| Save twenty-five ''percent. Phone. No. :at No.:,,8 Oak street-'corner of state' their abiding place. Returning : D. D., Pastorr
; with his car he. passed a'lerge; number .
\
Al l 11. '1'Claience Main' Mr. Geiger will into'' tho 46 m.-Sunda " ""
go .
) 'I 'Dr.:O. BuekmasUr and Dr. R. MtBuckmaster fi of those bound to Florida : school.,
i who were
I L\ Mr. and Bartow-' Dutton have ,re-, ,osteopathists,"'211 East Mime wbowas ,hurt- citrus: Industry and may' possibly tbe'ehUl.. 11:00 a. nw-Worsbjo' 'and sermon ,
badly ; although of the northare
I '. Earned from .Georgia' and expect to: take up 'strawberry'culturealthough by tMs\ pastor. Themes "''Solomon'* '
Jackson street, Orlando.. "i 1 33-tf In a' fall at Klsslmmee earlier thetenon .
I : :make their home' In Klsslmmes.cC. i ii If .. in he feels that he wiU have a very late )'et.by. no o'm..n..t.b.nd., !__!JCaory. EXcel." ;
baseball m--lanlor -
during was Christian EDde.y
a :00'Po
game -
Mr*. W..; Goodbread, Savannah, start because .of the'condition'ofhis
i .M. Parkersewing'machine; renteedr. .' +telcenHo his parents home at; BartowSundayAbywBob'Parker I.nel.- ? PRESS ASSOCIATION r. '
.. arrived in Klssimmce Sunday, and '' | : -- .OF".. -?7OOS.DIoi.Chratia: -Endeavor. *-'-- x
----llWft of .lbnakes.A11 workgas -'' L been'cueit odTner.'brother, A:;"W7; 'and--Deck -- 'SOUTH''FLORIDAb .' .

-.' Phone 237, ,Kissimmee.. ,,x, Bailey''and'1amlly-at: 17 Mabbette. Mims;and put..under"a doctorT."carLake ; : MEETS.AT. LAKELAND. 8KK D. m.-Preacbln&, br'the pas\\i ,
street. Wales Highbinder..,i. allowed on all job-printing brought to ,, tor. "
,Westfail "
Sansjy
MIse Alpha left on '
the office of .The Gazette between 'i The': next semi-annual'' meeting of 8:00 p. .m..Wednesday'Pnjer. :
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tot Zellwood, Lake county, where.she Wanted: The ladies' of Klsslmmee ; arvice. .'
Millinery' hemstitching at "The : .
: now: .'and the closing, day of Septem the. South Florida1' Press Association J rChrist'
.-" took 'up her dutiri'on Monday aa.. to know that :'will do>> hemstitching. .,
> Hat "Shop," 12 ,Darlington avenue. --- Oart '
'7 ,' teacher in the public school. Iat 'my' home, 122 .Main ''Street.-. Work ber.. .Perfecf world aranteeCI.: has, been set-to be held in Lakeland .
Phone 61. Mrs. J. D.'Woodbeclc. of ,width neatly done; and1' all Save :twenty-five percent.. Phone No. Friday,and Saturday October..18 and (Pentecostal) .- ,
will 39-2t any II. 14 to Anderson Corner Brack and Oak Streets '' ..
,
Housewives! It pay you to' work delivered. Mrs"J. R., Slnque- .. according: Frank Kay "
Walter Loren
read Bennett'. adverti.ement' -" president,, of the organization.: s
"Kissimmeeto
Wanted The ladies'of field. -40-tfc
Mrs A. W. Garrett, who I '
recently '
, 411tI' ; The meetings will be held at the School .
8. Sunday Superintendent/
page will !
know that I do hemstitchingat 'was a in Kissimmee .
I' J. E B. Morrey -and H.H. Wit erington, 'visitor writes Elks hetgr, and the tentative program J
I my home,,122_ Main street., _:Work tbat-r..h -lound- .. -10:00 a3unday ,
he-
-Orlando
" ,. .:R y.J..P.nUhum., presiding ,. ; -
promlnent'busihess'rneh'bf'Apop-ApopaIce promjaeli twoult daysof interesting for liege '
of any width neatly done, and ajl l Cloud-Melbourne national lesson. Clssses ,
elder of the churches state highwayfar
Methodist cross-
if/ ; : work delivered., .Mrs. J.. R. Sinque-. were transacting business-. Kis i an profitable activities for'; South ,. 11:00: a.' m.-Divine -worship., Special .
fi/i in this district, wasin Kisslriune: on more acceptable and easier tocover'with .
I L', fleld. 40-tfc simmee on Saturday Mr. Morreywas Florida publishers'the'great maJo'rityofWb bible teaching ,
", Saturday, enroute to Frostproof. < at.one time a valued a resident of her car than'she found the i m would'' almost as soon confider '7:15 ,'p. ,nv Young, People'' ,meet.. [
l Albert Bearden, head accountant of Kissimmee- has acquain- route' from Daytona to Kissimmee.She .. closing (down ''their ing.' .
.lin.-FfaU hats at The many I papers as
, .t"( Complete and her 8:00 p;,mDivine'worahlp.. Praise. ;
son were returning to I
:Iik Hat Shop. Hemstitching. Phone 61. the.Southern Utilities Corporation- at,ttances Jiere.. . their home I1 missing .and.f.the.mectings.-jof:"j)1-.the Ustimooy. ..-'-Insplrational,Singing : --
i* IMrs. J,. D. Wo dbeck. 41-tf Sanford,.. after spending. his tend.Yv.cation { "at oluxoafter'toih1ng. organization which brings! them together :.. 2:30 p. mr-Tuesday." Women' 8i iSl|
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A discount of one-fourth the price the ,.westcoast.R. bl. class. .
in Kissimmee with his mother for discussion of their business .
iff 1 Mrs Wade and daughter, 'allowed on all jolkrprinting.. brought 8:00 p;: m.-Thursday. Praise Tes
; J. Tucker and relatives, returned to Sanfordon W. Girtman, general supervisorof problems.The / .
\\H\ Miss, Clara Tucker, left on Sunday for, Wednesday. j!the office of The ,Gazette betweennow the numerous telephone lines owned South Florida Franklin Club, timony.Everbodr.corcba1l7 preaching. invited :to all .

jj> N..hviJJebere the latter will at- i and the closing.day of Sep m.. by Otto Wettstein, was' in Kissim I composed' of' proprietor and-mana: .. .. .. "Pray," 'Be-, '
bland Perfect .
For Sale: Pure-bred Rhode ,ber. work guaranteed.Save lieve." .
the Ward-Belnnont college. to look gers of commercial, printing'plants, i
mee on Monday over some of "
Red cockerels and Phone No.
; prices $2 $2-50 twenty-five percent. 'I
and the improvements which .re'being in-1 I j has jiow been disbanded .and absorbedinto W. .C. ,T..MEETINGS; .
For' Snle: Household goods each. Call at once. Mattie Stanford, 11. '
stalled" In this is the South Florida'Press Associai
Mrs. Westfall Casino building. 206 Vernon Kissimmee. 39-tf I locality The work .'
piano. avenue,
. ,tion.: part of the October Therewill be '* meeting of the
! 41-lt I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark of Washington being hastened .. rapidly possibleand 1 program* '
I I Mrs. Wilma Steed; at the luncheon D. C., spent Saturday'in Kissimmee -< when all is completed, Mr. I will I be devoted, therefore, to consideration'of Friday Union at afternoon the' t Hart at four Memorial o'clock next'for, 'i 14

! Chief-of-police Driggers has\\ been I on Wednesday, notified the members greeting some of their old- Girtman states Kissimmee will havea printing problem. A number i iI the purpose of electing officers and

1! especially: fortunate this week In nabbing of the Chamber of Commerce that the time friends.! Mr. Clark was at onetime perfect exchange. 1 'of speakers of prominence are making' Anal arrangements ,for the. .
thieves with no loss of time. The I Woman's Club had entered into an an employee of The Gazette- I promised 'to be' heard on matter now: state convention which will be held in.

, Mason seems to be opening: earlier agreement to furnish three entertainments but is now in the employ of the United i i'State. S. W. Hart and' P.. Spencer both of'especial interest to the publishing Kissimmee should next month. Every memher -. .. "

, than. usual' for such criminal during the approaching ,se son. .' treasury 'department. .I,connected''Gainesville. with the, agricultural ..col.lel'e _fraternity. . '.__ -'MRS..I01LN-McPltATTEK.be present. : '"r' ,.....
I were guest fora
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I -r----: Secretary.
A discount of one-fourth the price A discount of one-fourth the price Mrs. W. k. Paz er, than''' whom brief time on Tuesday of Leo II. HOME FOR SALE r '

''t allowed on all job-printing brought to allowed on all Job-printing brought to there are few better cooks: visited her(I I(Wilson," county agricultural agent, I Dont .fool :your car with chap' '

:. The office of The Gazette betweennow gibe office -of The Gazette between Kissimmee home on Monday. She is 'I(who..carried them.to nearby tracts in One of tne pre ttlest' and besf-iocat-,,.tires: Use a(. Goodrich, and be happy '

" and the closing day of September -.![now; and.the closing day of September employed at an Orlando hospital,'!(cultihtlon-including: the 'Nave irrigated .,.'ed homes in Kissimmee. Nicely furnished -; and satisfied. See here 80x8, special: '

Perfect work guaranteed.Save Perfect work -guaranteed.Save where, with Miss Orpha Rose, all paI I area at the foot Mabbette 1, % Half cash-balance term to price, fg.65. ; 80x8: %, special ''price-

twenty-five percent. Phone, No.;[ twenty-five percent. Phone No.. bents are served with food ..preparedlIy street:=and won their approval.. The nit J. 'M. DUNCAN' Exclusive $9. 5. Gilbert's;'Service Station, 41.

1 11. .* 11. these two Kissimmee experts, I (visitorswere{ enronte to Gainesville. Agent '-:* '' 88-tf Main street, Kissimmee., , 40-ltc;:
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$8.50 Fall' Shoes. reduced 'to ;",Sale, Price.,.$6.95 Nut"'Brown CalfBaby, 'White' ''Canvas, ,Milft't 'I f,1,

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FORMER MAYOR' WRITES WILD WILD WOMAN "

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1t I fruit psceola county can grow anyone the time to be called from labor to refreshment SO. DAYS ,OH

rr' of the vegetables or.tnlta named COW CrrOW r' :'i .... ,I IA
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whp familiar
above as well aa.the county in which I are the
: they are now so abundantly 'grown. writer of the"knock above.printed nn

Look at Plant City's strawberries. derstood matter better than tho4o
Appeals For The Tourist I who may read it In the Buffalo paper;

LEAD ZINC PAINT Another crop, and .it is "one of the nd pity rather than condemn the au.
thor. It I is
understood that the fam-:
best, is the tourist crop. ..The tourists
l "ny'18 to remove to Haine City-even n'M
bring and leave in Florida annually I e
FREE many millions i of dollars. Areyrougetting though "there' nothing doing in i iI
,, .hare is j I Florida." Yet it/Is evident that the 1 '
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your There area-, "
If sari find ); VI'article of .an advisory nature written
you a cheaper son. Geographically,. your ,location
,paint or a better 'paintHm'i cannot be'excelled.< .Located,on three!by Mrs. Pierce will follow-no matter r'V
railroads, at''the''' head of, ilavlgatlon'down where the new location may be made.
hw.fny The Buffalo News will contain
? to'Lake Qkeechobee,'and in the| soon
I :1>AINT half your houMwMbDtvotU** I!an article,from'another writer'in-Ki: -
center of the of the
.._ peninsular'part..
zZino f> liMt feint lie- h.lf'i "
1 with ..., she pttm. you chooM.U state. In going from one coast to the simmer which"wif ,so far as poasi
r 'Ctovo downy uk. ....... fallum Mid other they largely pas'through KIs- ble, set .right those people who 'lire '
I com In mans, ,. *. will "wk 0 no char*. almmee, and many of, them would too close or unable' to "enclose a "Thirty.D :ys on Cow Choiy
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\i stop over .if they were lure ot good stamp for a reply, Those are the

II,..Owe I'__nasal lonftr MW end a VMTOT b.mr wo-*_n, i ai,. fan bough Dcoo*10 do I ho|ofe........ tourists are o. k., and they spend ,Florida do not care: to have come' as of losing money during the summer months.

'' ,Uwr Or,...halt.... half 0.In year houM ihrw lad ran-uM.oll lh* kctf, ih*' ' some\ money, .buLtbey.?are,not the visitors. 'or settlers.WjORDPAlNTiNa'. "' ,. "Thirty"days-'on 'Cow Chow"-wiU"be..theThird .-... ,,.+-' .,."

', : : :".T..,.. ?'.}ao4 with Dna h lf kiUI-will HMinl.If bt huntrt.. for_mcf..p lm,-.,-?, ,. .. kind next' to winter invest: with and build leverar'and. "friends return'. AND HER. ATTRACTIONS iDA. __*.__-- ,- Degree. to.whethetitjwiULpay: ..! q>>.,.... .,.......... ...

v not.,w.'ll .iv.you nooih lor.OM whaletMHU looking for an investment. i : or aeI1..cow. ,

Modern Hotel Needed I At best-no, even at the,average- If she ca 't.make you a good profit on CowChow
I D vo*Product.ndm.4wtM and '
bKkM by Uw 161 ran'.apwf.w.prawn.of th* You must have a first-class hotel the' Florida'climate is a thing so woh'derful she can't make it on any ration. .p
1 aId_. (Mint mwutcturin cancmi la .... -modern .and up-to-date in every ; that you sometimes scarcely .
U. l II FjmdMLUiirfW. particular. Then, V with -good' roads', :believe at the-end of-the month that Every pound of Cow Chow fed a -

B. ,MAKINSON CO. good fresh-water fishing, good hunting -J you have "really had thirty golden .good dairy cow will make her produce t

Kissimmee, Florida good golfing, and many other'days, Lying Between two sun,warmed about three pounds more milk per day. ;
4 good things with which you are so seas, as it does, the peninsular is on grass-up to normal production.Cow ';
V Finish abundantly blessed, I am sure you 'always fanned by salt air"Florida "' ,
> "Chow'lowers the gallon
'., J k would harvest of ''weather at its best in those incredible per
Varnish reap a big tourists. milk .
lourQ' cost of producing on pasture.And
If you cannot interest some hotel man spring days of warm, fresh sea more' milk from .'
L'L'F
can get
you
to build, let the city( erect it. Many 1, winds almost accomplishes Impossible fewer cows now. You will get more .
years ago Pensacola :realized the need ; it is both tonic and soothing milk next winter. Don't lose winter ';?
of a modern hotel and they built it ?; it is once invigorating and calms ;.
Lr profits by under production on pas
themselves. It not only brings many |you. The calmness is accentuated by
ture. Order today and .start to put-
., people _tp.thatjcrityJ>utjt.has provena the inevitable sense ,of remoteness w ting the proof right; in the milk paiL ';
which
big asset. As they own and controlit cranes and: roses giveyou as
their lessee. you read in your letters from homeof "
they can pick I
.Save 12.50 on Your Business Education! Maintain Water In The Canals frost and blizzards in the north. STORES ,
The state in draining the Everglades |I. The south, one must repeat in dosing FLORIDA FEED :

naturally lowered Lake Toho-I I is a miracle, a pretty fairy tale!
,; .' The Tampa Business College is now offering a special reduction ?pekaiga.|! This very naturally lowBred Iwhich no one, if 'he can' be carried :
of 12.60 on its Popular Combined Scholarship for the Fall Term 1 i the waters in the river, lakes a6cT'!I-.b lrd) the Florida train on a litter, 306 .
beginning September 11 and 18. This old institution for bookkeeping, Broadway
auditing, banking and shorthand and touch typewriting offers the j canals north of Lake Okeechobeo. As afford to miss. What charm can
,lateit and best approved courses of study. It has made more im- :the'late lamented Governor Broward, there be in snows and the fire crack- TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS "'.
provements than other colleges by adding a complete supply of I in discussing the feasibility of draining ling on the hearths when down yonder,
?roughs Bookkeeping Machines Calculating Machines and other the Everglades, well said: "Water the moon is flooding the orange!
modem. office devices.: I will run down hill," and applying this groves with light showing golden Call Up No. 218 }
1I You 'will get the best at 'this school, one scholarship covers the
blossoms
fruit white
,principle is why Lake Tohopcknliga and and the
entire course. We get you a position as soon as you graduate-no (TWO.ONE-ElGHT) .
waiting. Get our 1922 catalogue! and arrange for your college courseat i I his so low, with little or no water in mocking birds, tricked into the belief .
once. |the canals today. In my opinion if ,that it is day, are singing! through the
.this matter was properly brought to gorgeous southern night! Colliers -- --- ._-- -T'- - - -
th _' TAMPA BUSINESS. COLLEGE I the attention of the Internal ..WefWtf. .

The'Accredited School of the State. ment Board at Tallahassee, Improve-I!i DID\' STOP TO THINK- .J_ "'" T.h.c>> """ PSCJ JI1 .
are made to that !
understand they are I II
t;, J&. HATTON: President. TAMPA, FLORIDAThe I
responsible for this condition are
and
are
1 I !THAT people' interested in reading -
,expected to re-establish the water by I Licensed Funeral Director ;
: : the ads when their pocketsare Star:and Clep.I.
building lock at the south 'end of I|(I --'-
a bulging with to spend.? .
[ money -on- A SI.._,..'S w..fAefe. S.r.Je. I. R..J..J ;
..... . .....................t.... ....... the Southport cana] and another, THAT they are intensely Interested Stit art 'Avenue Alt peew. I'
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where the'old river: >r canal'empties; in advertising, when' what they '
: : i iI into Lake Kissimmee, I believe they spend must be carefully spent Kiltlmmt. high Grade Ambulance Service at Call :

.I I'I .I.I'.I j I would do so. I realize that the boardis 'THAT then they buy what they can Of lice: rPHONS; ReBldenpa, ; 71 'rJ

not in trle' tra sport tlon businessbut sffordand"ads tell themwhere. to "r'
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: : il Is after draining'the' Everglades] find the bargains T

: \; yet tthey have 'no right to destroy :THAT when business is.lagging'is the .

: .b f'i" I transportation that existed long be- time,.to 'spend! ,more money 'for J/
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; w. .J fore drainage of'the Everglades-wae-I advertising ;
,... . ' started. If there'was Certainty of : INSURANCETHAT I
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: : ' ; "It" : I THAT,those .business men who do to ,
V t..r.i'; Every good cook'knows...that means. V '. ; sufficient depth 'of Water fr'om.Lake feel.a depression 'much less than V ,I,
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.:. .. "'i .' . \ Okeechobee to Kissimmee hundreds .; those-who cut,(down;eXPena .i by :'r, , PROTECTS !
_ \ Jt',.! f"; (( ', tourists would''; go up the eanala ;.-cutting down; ;*,). I I r : .'

.: ,1, I, "1'. !. from Miami,' West;;,Palm Beach'f:orPort'Myers THAT'1 to\ curtail"advertising. :!cuts .t IJ4', ( } ,: ,",S"E: R1/'I'CIE K,">.w-:i) ,, " ':,..f,'"
across Lake Okeechobee I down sales? .' .,' ''-2 .
1 and up .the Kissimmee' river to"Kissimmee THAT cutting down sales cuts down THAT"'SATISFIES. <:-- ''t

( '..) and during the winter; season production ,1., +- .

.' '. ; I I'F properly advertised, this single THAT cutting down production cute .i.
I feature would land many'at Kissim 'down employment? ,I LUPFERS' INSURANCE, AGENCY 1'
k I mee who would spend;! .'few days. It THAT when employment is cut downit

II would also guarantee to the planter leaves a .whole lot of people ooo o..ooooO.9o.ooo oO.O.Ot..oo.ooooooooO.. OOt.oo. :

. I(that he could reach the markets with with no money to spend? '. '.
v ''reputation' j" II. built on high quality! and the vegetables and fruit .he .coiild THAT you. should keep up your ad f

..Is}, f; .o nd vi ue.. Good grocers,, sell It. ; 'raise on the- fertile lands along the vertising so you can keep up your \ :'

V MLMMMMM/V Kissimmee river.. Transportation to sales? BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY !
i market the crops is as essential\ is THAT it will increase production and :
# l Brisk MiDiBg Co.. .R. C. Woodbery Company, I drainage to grow.'them.What I I and that will increase empo-ly- '

t4. Seymour, lad. .Distributors, Orlando. i'l' Induced This Letter I ." ment CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS .

:,. ................. o. .oo .uoo' o..o.ooou. Now I reckon you wonder what: THAT with increased employment WOOD, BRICK, STONE,

M '., . -.,..,.> I happpenet!} to -cause me to write thiscommunication. : people 'wilUiave" money to spend? . STEEL STUCCO ..
I I read about the ,
Well THAT "Business As Usual" is .the
,Some Florida CountiesAre mid he, 'I hear you're ae ln"to buyJake's ." .. N.F. BASS JACK BASS
. ;> I fish, and had to tell about Kissimmee's -: slogan tense, ? Advertise!
Hurt Knockers bit'o' sour awash., don't want 322 Royal Street 616 Sproule Avenue .
By bigger-.one took advantage
to make no trouble for a neighbor but.( ; sq ; E.R.WAITE, Secretary. ,
... .V .. swash land' of the opportunity to give a few; observations Shawnee, Oklahoma, Board of Com- SVV
that sour 4 pizen
frequently: a gator.: of mine about'TCissimroeea"nd ;
petty Jlou.lesamong
,.., .W ? It's banimpckallrightbut merce. .
;, Florida people,sectionalism if: fortune --it'dtaka ; county!"Tepen1'the;beer I 6"HAROLD-nuHE: ; -M. ?. 'Pei :; MORRISON JR., '. .'.
yon .Mil. i destroys. the confidence oCrwouldbe and' look at to'dreen'' high it.pine Better land." come The I!! part of. my life, 24 years, in Kissim Presld.Dt. VIt. peni-D."A Sao. & Tre.fc,
'Investori.X' Smith; fronr the my mee, and the people were. good.to me,1 Bert Fertilizers Insecticide Sprayer Poultry Supplies '

4 ..Lakei.ncioJ4.JIIertlnc.a: :: ..t ranger.-stranger he bad did. and n-and liked it better: thanany and I naturally'want to see Khslm ,. GOING- - -- Honest. Gooda, _"':": ..- ._ . -Fair Prkespr..p&ShlpDUlDt '. .
r:"fJS bound.Jor. another.section.of theatateI : , neighbon e and:theneome.alcmfl'another' 'said ."Don'tl I nie eiT"wwaVe np"LThuey: and Oisceola TO Ask Your NeUhbor-He Know "" r. .{
:wiU do his .best to convince him that I the world what can be done in 'Oet"1EW: .J1,7LY'Jit" Price:Llet.;JUST ISSUED

1 V ,the'only" )good land to.be'found"in the under take that' it and pine hard JaixJ. pun'kills there's.' hard trees.pan." county.. ...Remember, always!,,that> BUILD E: 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER co Jaciuonvine, Florida '
ti .tat. Is'lD his section;the Indian River Kissimmee will 'be' 'only what; ;you "
The'last had of
neighbor course-,-just
} man.will jell the that his } make it. ?
stranger .
,. the land ..
V. right kind of to.leU butthe I ,
Is'thi only .''right, and; proper ,locality : JOHN.Wt WATSON.
stranger the "
sojdlsguated'with j. RY
.to"settle' and ,knocks St. John Rivers was .
.lands.;'. The pine; land man'vituperates'!: ,whole neighborhood that 'he 'went EQUALIZATION' BOARD, AL KIND& ,,' ? :R : ,' ; .. ,
away 'without, buying, anything.: F .E"E' OF'F"I'D . '
2 V the_Hammock aDd'the hmmock,land Florida Grower., ,I i " .. ,, fCo itlnp..rt" 'rom Pace On..1 ,4, : : r .
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owiterrnan,:down the pine lands;. 'A. I Independent. ',Fisheries- Company (MBERGypress ,I'I . .
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,case in potet. :A.etranger'a, man of': MRS. REEVES APPOINTMENT. $750'"to' $1,600.: :- ,
1 '-."wealth'and. ?ener$y,1tl..:..typ.,'of, man 'CONF1RMED7BY" ,SENATEMrs. _.Ii:.W"'Jrleetch.' $1,000 to.$l,750"t- |During the balance of'September :we are making the' "

;., Florida needs, agreed' to purchase a .-.r-+ "'.4- V r I W. .E. Sanderson, ,' $S5O, to 1100., / ; ,Pin 'and Cedar best offer even seen in Kissimmee on a' 4
': ('. irtrtaln' piece of land.if, after seeing F. C.Reeves haft been confirm 'In, personal"property values 'these '
r; ,4t le liked it.. H. did .ee.and made uptils' ed as postmaster for,'Avon Park.. Nat Her decrease ewers t .madel, . I V We:make' Window. and ,Door ;TORRINGTON ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANEa'With :

mind to buy.but";was'accosted by: ional committeemansupported G.' by ; S.',W; Latta; $750'' to $650. _,."< : each machine we will give FREE one;:COMPLETE -;; '' ,r
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g .'r yt 'a' man living:cloae by:';Attachmerits: ; costing'$10 "'
4, :lie.aaid; "you'the man that's going tlno lly. been' postmaster ,*-Avon From:the lists 'as,turned in by''the .. .
j 'toy: John' land t 'i I dont like.to hurt, Park for eleven yean and in the poe* assessor tbsV following', 'widow's,Jexemptlons. in ,any'shbpiin%; the"world! Fdr theV'price'' of" this ,
-tanefFhbor but that 'land: aint 'no tal service'.for .eventee '-'yean. was All kinds off Interior Fin :household necessity'GIVE this set >Freehand aR l
';; very, hip in the recent efvil service of $500 .each hive been ,
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V 'V;..;--. c 1Taiot1oed f.r.eotton' :ner fer examination.." .; _' } " eliminated T- 't'' I ish.,,All kinds of Screens -. low 'I .-'17"I", \ ,,, If. I' ". . : '. 'I'mIn
na"i *Is"it i not good for oranges?" Mrs. E.. J. Tlomaaon'MYL; :. O. H. V LetEntireHouser, .. JTENMONTHS'TIME_ '

MrsE ;
., 0"1 It'" "HIt. e, '011 1'nd It; HenriettaPass ,' which to pay for the Cleaner.' Uall us free
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,: aad-m..''-:A. a .Gilbert. Miir .11" '" ROl.. . =Bi1RGBT..R1ERELVCO. /
']K'Met' 'never! .been ;.tried,,bat I"lOw Grace ;Gilbert don Charles Bandy F.: Collier, and.Mrs., ,W.Thorn 0 I. ;demonstration !in'your'home.' ". '
;'wtW Ining.i pn1r'C'OwS'OD: hammock drove Leeabnrg Mondayafternoon\ ton. I 1
'' I4hnd'Irtwdloa.that'd' b4, the;fltplac to attend .to .matters Pythian- a well :It now remain for the aaee.iorsto;1

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.ourd Iy ion bl. _ct.g.th.maRaid ,,and,',with her mother'attended vidingtlje millage. received for .I! :'PORTER:;

a t that 'he'Lad BODM hamasock land district session o(,that body: !.while tax a into. i the V,.:various, funds'-of: ,the Novelty Works: L .. _.. .'; _., .",, _ '-"W" . ,
to MU thi *teto. 14oivad 4;"p* s!t-! J tr. 'Baady and. Mr."Gilbert-attended city, 'in, their ,..proper) proporrton--a '

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I'A( '(Nt" table must..remain tn>ro m : stand .. ...--_-.... ...,., 1. .
1 T i R'DJ4t'J. 'J. without payment of license. Persons Job.rlwnipo( _''' .JL' J.. p ' "_JI
I LEGAL" ADVERTISEMENTS I ,AN for the under It years -of age must l"d Developing ppmpanl**, eajlV 'ri8ntd .1 .,, "
.. Licensing, Taxing .Regulation of not be allowed billiard or pool -__i..M.J.i.lo.. A.U.'i'' ', CfC
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'I, I, Certain and Companies:..AgenM _
\ . -Buelneaaes.Oooupatlona room Forfeits the license.) J,,, Ri,Ort.BERT, ,4 iClerk
I professions, Providing ,for a Penalty, Alley: For each '.alley.S.nO f .. an offto..eltrf aO." ..Itte.CUrKtaBlramee,, >lor.
j, AXAn OftDIANCf I.. Clrevlt Cewrt. .ta of Florid;! for the "Violation Thereof Defining Boiler' Workar, I&hl. shops and _:_.. _n,.,_.,..I.O

: 'Ordinance Regulating the fo4 eveateoaf. .Jmttml, cirsi'oae.ia Transient Merchants and Repealing all foundry _j.___..._.-.,._.$J .00 ir< :. .. ., _
t.... CsuisieerrJ Ordinances Inconsistent Bottling Works soft .. w.3-I.-B: Ziri _____
-- : up any . ibI' 1.il dt,8eptesber
Barn House: or other H.r..I1 Puttn.
( .; BE) IT ORDAINED CITY drink i._.-_. ._<-.tlO.OO and 1.1. ttabl.t"Less ., .
structureon the
T .uldln. or.. *Itnllar of th_ City of K".lr Oeo.- Bllsa H.: Bteele C. Steele, Complainant Defendant." vs. I "COUNCIL OS'TIlE CITT., UF. K198IMMEKI .-. Brokers: Dealing In land or land options and, ..11.-.0.04 '.,., \ .' '. R, siA*Thor.* -____
eachmember $10.00Brokersi Of the
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mee. Florida; providing for th 'I..u. appearing-byaffldavtt appended to Section It No person.firm'oY corporJt.tlon Dealing In merchandise, each '.. .. ......."*..Ul.IO "a-r! J et"ofI..IJm. '

.ne.' of, P.rml. .for Punishment that Purpose of Vloviators. and the bill nle I tl. .bov..tted causethat ahall ,ngage. In or tnanago any member __._..____________---.ll..10Brokers Lumber Yards r Dealer ..or' .I.If _ _
; 01 : business' profession or occupation m.n. :" Dealing In stocks and bonds .. .. .._.-. .__.......IIG.OOL"neb .
" ,RtH IT ORDAINED BY THK CtTY therein named, i la a non-resident of the tone In this Ordinance wihIn'the I. .. a-----... .._..._.. -.__..sai.oo COlat.r.1 S.tln. '10 orlesu !O'C1 .APPLICATION VOlt TAX _
I Btate of Florida..n she ,In resident after a license Building and Loan: Associations, p.n .-... .- .. .....'. 'DeQ "f
. COUNCIL OJ.TfJ CITY OF KIS. of Ban Ban.rlo. ; that'lh. Is been procured from the City Clerk and _?.___.____?_.___.._.._,..$lo".a. Lunch C/u"tr.: .Seating more.1.00 Notice !.' Given i. ( .
BIMMEE : over Tax which Licence ahall be 1 0 __,_. Hereby That F. .
1. That It ahal b. unlawful for *nyparson la th.r.tor.order.d .that the .all) nonresident Col.ctor. person'arm or Building* .and_Loan,Associations_.._ : {For4gn .t tBuilding Lung Tester ...-.?_._..;.;_-"_...I.eo, fCrlbba purchaser of Tax Certificate. -
firm to mOver beand hereiby : .UII.4f No Ill- 144 146. 141. niL dated
0 orpor.Upn. ManiourlstiJncliading Hair .
/c tion. on recelrit of the ne.
I attempt .& barn d.tenl.nt of te'f m.t.rl.l. Not'. eovteo t Dral. 7th. day of JuneA. l50.hae'
any to the
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Massage resident
r"Qulr.d paid to the or
".,.' liousn or, ,other on or buiding or similarAntruoture any" ,complaint' filed In sad) cu..October on bIl be.I'treMouday .ter Irovld.o. who- shall .. .1 r ohanr'' _.01__,.tumi.1.; ..)..-_c--,1-n. ._.__. ... ._ .. ......ta. )el. 115.4 las mad said orUlote tn'm for ,ort"d?
upQ 01 aro. th.-2d llcenaea.Section. ManicuristS- Hair Dressingand "
'. AI (See manicuring) ,
within lclu4ln. issus. Inicoordanoe ,with'. ,
Street the law. aald.certificates ,
otherwise Ih. Zl. License yearshalt Boarding or non. _ _
'ho' lodging
1. 11. alelatn. houses, rooming house '
.. first obtlnln. written permi from will be taken ,Aoc..d by begin on the first day of October and houses,, apartment houses and .a..a.. ..non"rld."t. _-__-._$! .00Manlcurleti *h. ..of ,Coun- said defendant : I and on the ZOth. day of September ofeach hotels . }.cludln. H.lr Dressingand scribed property .Ituate In:. .ool. '1
>ll of the City of Klsslmmee. It Is further ordered that'thlsordrbe ; which licensepheretofore 1 __. or with County Florida.'owlt"
year on .I"to .._ _. J tot no
.'L Whoever shall violate of tb. week dat.al ( I..oom. M..are. Lot* $.".
any published:: a .for four Issued ." .xplr. No. license 10 to ._n7(0 fixed busln.w..tZ8.6t 'I '.t H
provisions of this ordinance shall up.r00 consecutive In The Klsslmmee "Om. .
: shall be Issued for more one .II to1'SO' It,10ZO Merchants: Storekeeper or druggists Prto. ,
eon.leton. b*' ln.d. not more' than Valley Oasette newapaperpublished year nor for leas than one year priorto to SO 100m..J.....-- loot for, first fl.Otil, or fraction thereof Block 1$, ""e toiA Wey- _
for titan. In said County, State. Ioom.. ,.. : _ .. ____ ._,__.. a\ .
140.44. 01 Imprl.on.1 fine mol. .. This tld and miJ. April 1st. after which date a ln. :6O to I. rroom..t....._ 35no ", ,.----, $ > IV t.. Block IZ, aeaeaeed t
: day.01 day tor sixmonths may issuefoe 75 to i 0 rooms----- So.Oft Each additional 81.000. or fractionthereof . Jtn.
> the discretion of the Mavor. L OVERSTRIET. the amount the annual license, cx.cept.C..her.Luaftar 1(0 rooms ..?._- -.-- .'_......__. .....' .:1 known .
Z. Any ordinance In conflict with the o.1 11,44 Merchant Tailor .j. . .1$3leck 14. assessed t 5Un.-
ClekClreul.0t specifically provided -. .
, provisions. of. .this. Ordinance. Is. hereby-. (Circuit I Court Re.1 aa "per day"or'"per week,'* '.. bankere-.or.Collection lawyers--------$10.00 Agents! Minstrels See .howTr r1 .!TJ.I klw1-.: ?- _
. . 10. 1l II .Block
: PARKER I Mental-Healers 35assC.e4 i
'.peal". Ordinance _shall take effertImnt.dlately Solicitors .PARKJR. 17CtNOTICK.OF.AI'rlirATIO.I Section: The City Clerk and Tax. Canning and Marmalade factories II.on or all p.r.o"ael.tllnK ..f -.' ".- : _ _
to heal by absent > _ _
: Collector before ; a lloensobased Candy stands: Chewing, etc. It.04 tr.atm.nl.'l "
I..uln. Oln Lot. 7,74. I. l Block Z7assessed
upon Us pa..I. fnl ap-. on' a value .f' Cart \VrltnJ .....4-.... ._----,....3.00 Machine Shop (lAce DleIVor Machine to J. M. Hansell. . ,* _ _
by the Mayor. FOR TAX : Shops), -" _ _
I' shall require the person Wagon : ___ r1i1anUfactur.rs
c.plal.to"k. All of lot .
Carrl..e t.ctor above' In .
JOVal first .nd..cond.1tm..b'ut- DEED a license to make < writr.. and Wagon .. $ -of Medicines...ttS.OO slmme tb.. being KI* .
and ,
consent 10..0 open ten statement under oath of the valugO11tYfOb2flSithe connected with factory) T.10' Manufacturer. of Cigar*land "
. ton--tnTS-8t'nJHaT A. I j j .? .. Tobi The said land] being assessed" at"'theit'of
ee .. ltn flr-A i-i1laf1o1i a iticnr'OTvieM i *idudL 'iT t1.g'' -_ -'- --i- .
I'" ..1UZ.' B. Uarher" purchaser of Tax t! capital stock which statement .he shall 8nlv.II-or"c1-.Un.boott-, Marble Yard .._....._...._. Issusnee, *ifc aaidrrrtiScatethe ti'
A. S.v: GILBERT. i cat&s No. aa., 6J7', U... <4O, <*42.- attach to his next report. :'. charged. pac., an arttclei, la- .sold, per Market 'Dealer In.>frah meats.1.01 names a. shown above ? _ _

:'Attest; : President of .councl. 14.T 84 8e. and' $48. dated the 8(1 !, Section.4t ,The City cl.rl and Tax day j...._._* )T-"....J-.-.,?..!* t' t"bles, .to., stoekand, fixtures to the deemed Unless said certificate to law tax shall deed'wlltssue t b4' re..
J. I GILBERT : 'Ai D 1f+lt. and:Tax Cer- Collector shall collect o" to Carnivals: Or all street value of I509.cn. notto,, be taxed *s accordln. _ _
,: C Clerk ?,.-v.L. __' -s .-. ldC.-.U."A4IU dated th '.7th: the-flrst-60.Mla.ys-- faIr_ *dUrin.. ; personal .property. ,_-_..-?.._$11.80 Z3d day* of Octo-
"BEAL) has ,nled satdrertlftcat.in ] th."lcela.t.1eln.tt..U.n. ttonay'Lendfrs: than banks ofbankers .ber, A p. mz, V
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190 year, for each: tent, booth.contri. Oth. _
- -"ip".tbl. fth day. of, September.-. my.tnc.,and .has.,imadeapplicaflon : license 'r.tl"dce lct\shall .ue allowed vance apparatus or other place __.____...: _._.__.UI.OO J. r OVERSTREETl
::1 \ '. for tax deed lto '1..dn' him' for"services In '(provided any carnival operating In Moving Picture, Shows Any I Clreul Courc.
. H. JR. itAY, accordance with law. Maid Section t: All I..ulnl.he'lcen.a...I connectionwith 'the- Osceola.-Cdunty .bayJ.U..seatingCapacity under ( c\ 't' _ _
;e.6 Mayof.In embrace th..tolowJng.described property ., ferable with the l"en.apprval. of the Mayor, 1'- or 'any other .m..l _._-._-___$11.AO Xlrcult Court ) _ _
Oaooia County "'101'., with the. ... for .they were I .Fal..oclaUon. shall loca Moving picture- Show.: -Any building- 41-lt, -Bt. H. Buoek D,1
-$b.reu1Conrt..1Ttb.IndIr-4I Clr.eult. "dtO-WltL: ', r___i_ i takefl-Out.W henth.re4sbon4fld.sale eharlablo A..oelaton. day having ovetMUOtand
U..ol., .. .J. IIorid.nt'a.e.ry Lot Z, Section 'I.*. Certificate. No.cl8 or transfer of-.this-property used- ftul.l.toI" -*; ,.-.:..-..-._-_.).-per..!!(.00 leas .ealnJAp&ct--- j8' ol) f.orlre". r.... "T'. "..I.I.I'n"lt -,

assessed to O C Kochlor; Lot 1Z and employed In the business as stockIn Can Rack; Or any contrivance, ornpnurstu Moving 1'lcturo ho. Any luLldlng '- - .i.. 'r'. I. '. $. . '',_
-- 8. Certificate No. 617,'aanessed. to I ; but' such transferred license Independent of havimig'aeating. capacity of COO cer7..' .
Bank of Orange and Trust ) ,ton. H. Wentworth: Lt :S. Seton 9. : .trad.not Brood for any longer time. i a carnival' on.ratn.,place, per 4iCV less than 1000.-'_.__.,.__....$ .n.. :_ _ _
Company. n. corporation.Complainant ) CertIficate NiL_ 638. aa.e.. Unknown , nor In any -th.1. place,. than Ior.wJtc1it >__l,. ,:___' .,_____- i -t. ll.00Obropodlst MovlnJ Picture Show' Any building- orlilo' &ort"I.Loan.C' i '
). ; Lot. 44 and Kl, Section ii. CerJtlfloate n nt. y-
.satlnifdapaclty'-
was Issued The original .00 oves"i000Moving
Local i-r.S
ver.u.'baber ) .JMp, rlasceased . ) : or tax pa) Jnl .. a""r versus . : j.
toXnlnownt musf. be filed. Chiropodist: Traveling-I non-taxpay. .. .. ,.-.
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:. at. ) ( ln. .urrendered.an" .. Frank ti. Tjiwtnn. '
j Warlnl. .t 1 I Lot (0 Section-, O.rUI the City er .... ... _.-j.- ..-I5 00 ,Picture Show Under tnt add n.niantt' w'GRPER
> Col."tor --- ------ + > ,
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n.t.ndant. assessed to 3. V. ; 9$ .Section .
ORDER at the time of the application tlr Civil Enldn..r. or ..urve'ors.$5O0Cider 10 percent to the above /. TO FRANK : '
No. <4Z. 1..d to Un transfer and such B., LAWTON .
TO R I). DEFENDANT IX C.rUn""tl transfer b.lhl it'alers------------ _j.- '60 Mustclanar DUINo
ABOVE WARINQ.CAU E ; 108. .cUon 9, ate .prov.d. shall be ol thd same Coal Dealers ___..,..________.,..6.0/ Musicians: Ol.n 'Irnd.r.1.64. ANT IN .novI. CAUSE: '-
: 84g.
$ .No. assessed Unknown, Lot T.. .PlayllA on 1' You .t. to appear
effect the original license.Section Coffee, and spIces$1.00Cold (other show II- .
You ale hereby ordered *o appear to .oa.UnR paying the .
Section 10. No. ttt. assvesedto entitled'csuse 'on
above entitled or beforo j j( CerUnct. i 6: Whenever In this 'Ordinance !Ioral' Not conn.et." with4cs cenae) '....._. ._ .S.fO. the first ) ol.b.tor., .
the "au..on ; S.cUon II. Certlflcate -, any occupation busUjess puru __ ____ __.. lews-Airente. :.I.- Monday In .Nov.mb., .
the first Monday In A. D. : h I. ,
Nov.mb.r. {, No. 4 ,. a..ed to L. Cnr calling vocation Is = ...> I ZZ, at the office of the Clerk of tb.Ir"ult .
1B21. the office of the Clerk of the .ult o .xpre..ly .Contrac.or. or : I. Opera Housea.Tbaatvb). '
County CourtHouse ,iter; Lot 44i H."Uon.1G. Certificate N. by nsme and such occupation than $60 _-luld.I.____., _.___18.00 OpticiansPermanently locatedS.O Hoo.. Court. Osceola. Counl"Court
-IrcuIt \ U'o.ol. "4T.. assean.a J. S Stratton Lots KI..lmme. name
business, calling or vacation Builders Contracts.from.tBOO
Contractors
.. .. I'lorll the camebeing I 7J and -t, Section 10. Certificate No. Is that of pur.ult or such '. or : .ntBttlIerrnanently locate4.$5.00 brinea .ul. day this ,Court and the ,
occupa to Not .
a rule day awl the 64.a..esPe&i.t0UnknOWn; Lot 53. Sec 1.010.1--11.14 permanently 1octed$25.00Onteopath sixth da the month and In default fr, ________
tlon ta conducted at the same placeand or .,.. )
month and In default i. ._ .4I.O
a.Izth-dny- the 10, No. Zt8 assessed to .ontrftor. *. hereof Decree, proeonfeaao will be '
berof Decree pro confesno will b. I ton e..Uneat. commonly ..4 usually conductedIn to $1,000 -----j10.00 Orl.nta Merchant .,_. .r;. .U..40 against _
| StaUard. you and said _ _
connection some .other Contractors Builders ... .te..d lau
KJreil against you and said cause occupation or Cntra"tl p..day'*x _......... '
."&proceed ex parte.* t j All of 'the above I.nd. being w'' calling, pursuit or vocation whichIs from Z.OOO to $4,000.1..__ .with gold..1ver-or! other met pr o.ex ).rt. hat. _ _
East 1'laUll.
flange "
If Is further ordered that this 014"1'be Town.hll ZT South to the I Land expressly licensed the license tax Contractors 'or Builders: Cnl."t. .._....M..Mt. . ....$l.00 be onci- a. for tjilaorder eiht l f) .'y, ", ____
H.mlnol. this ordinance .______-__ pubU.h.c w..k ( __
published once a week fur el IT lit (Son ) 1 1..lnl .ordlnl CosSubdivision of required by ; which imposes over $4,000 ... _.- .11.40 Pawn Hrpkefs. : For eAch place ,or hysines week In The _ _
<- .3Cu.tlve ".ek. In The t..lnm. o said Sect In"'UI.ent Inna. '. the highest license shall bo suf-- Contractors or Uuld.r .,_.j.; _.'-...,._...._...'II.OO ( Ocaette, a*newspaper K..lm".e'V.le" -
Valley Oa..U. a newspaper puhl.h"d.t .1 I NWt4of 8W 4 of SE'i 1"I.n"and no 1.1.. *hallbe required t Ing or oon.truotn" Patent nllht; 'SelnI or an,rllhtto.el 1.lmm"". Osceola County :'of.I.O 1or Township Z5 South o"cupaton. although b..I. .h.n pay th. same license . . _. : ..*.....nl.OI( WltNESS "oNOI.lcounty.. of said, ""
"'ITNINI the official seal of said Ranire Si'> East. No. Z49, ... .xpr..lt provided for all contractors.Concert Ph rrnotgl.tt. Per weel: -;._,.- Court and the hand of the Clerk there* -_ _
CertlCt. It Is the of this
not
hand of the Clerk tli-'e- Intention ordinancete or Dance HaU.h.---.f Pedl.r. For each of at
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-ourt sensed to W P. .rt tht.tlme Itth .
&t Klsalinmee Florida this'the 2t\th j The land bring asseBHed at the place- double or duplicate oo.upa. Circuses: For one rinK per day.1250 _. ..-.ow.4.-------....... $ day. .K..lmm... Florid" _
.I tion on any business Circuses: For per day.$50 Each cart roust ,.
ta
day of August, 1DZZ. ,date of of said certificates ns ocup.ton. two J. U. OVEHSTRKBT. -
J. L. OVER8TREET. f..nan.. calling, pursuit 0 And provided Circuses: For three rings per dY'Circuses .0 It bo *enPed orrYlc.n./q., Clerk _
Circuit Court. shown In notc. Unless mid certificates further, a wholesale license *.._____ .;__,__.?_._,.___..16.40 .' eal, and Popcbrn; For O.c ola Circuit County Court Florida,, #._' _ _
CI.rk. shall according to nut ,
Usceola Count).. Florida. I .law tux deed will..issue thereon on shall In"lud. the right to sell at .etal' : For each parade each cart ..i.._ ...---- .-...5200 ( Court 8eal. ) -> . _ _
(Circuit Court Seal) ,' Section 7: The following ". I the streets where the show Is riven Each cart must.Carrylicense ,No, Creult.. . _
C. P. DICKINSON the Zd day of .October.L. OVER3TREET A D 11122.J of Transient 1.lh.nt as used.In this- In.ld. the city _________,_____.110:TIO .o It can. be een. -. . . Solicitor DICKJNaoN -2-' .1 -
tor for om lalnant. 88- tlOT. Clerk Circuit Ordinance Is adoptel: Circuses: For each parade through theI Peddlers (Sea Transient Merchants) ,
:old Osceold Court MERCHANT! A I I streets where the performance Piano Tuners; permanently located,
County, I .
TO HKDITOMS ( Court Seal) 11.11", TRANSIEN.M."bant Is defined Un.der 1 given outside Of the city..____15000 .....a.-. .4_..-._.. ..,J-_IS.O'l lOTICI FOR BIOSNotice. '
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Circui a-1 this .to be any per. Circuses: bhall ba r.qulr.1 to, d.. 1. Not permanently located .....$15.00 Is hereby that sealed _
!. Tear. ef t..CeMBly Judge. Osceolaloamy. M>TICC OF SUSTKIfS SALE.In son. firm or corporation who posit with the City Tax Planing Mllla. Novelty Works, Haw bids will be received Inn' of
Stele of Florida.IN -- or offers for sale Ie.Ir- CI.otort before: "nloadlnl. the Mills,Including Ilmb.1 yards.$30.00 bounty Commisaioneiup th.Bore' m.Monday. .
-- II Circuit Court for the ITth JudN wares at retail direct to the .um .00 to pity Picture. .gOnt.1 pictures .' October Z, A. D. 1 Z1. for Op-. e
RE3 ERTATf OF clal Circuit of the State*of Florta In : tomer,. either by .ampl. catalogue from any damage t, streets or .. -*..... ._... _....no.onPhotographers enlng right-of-way and 'grading ap '. _ _
and for County. In : or delivery at the other property -of City. This : 7 '
Lwla J. d."a.M O..ola : .lh.r PermanentY lo.t.d. proximately on. and on.-fourtht%>' _
To ) .um or any part of same not required .__.._ .. .
Cr.dltor.L.at..II.trlbut.e. M. a Compl.ln.nt. versus1Nanvi I time of the future . . .. miles of public road.i. The 1
and W"lng.. as ", of from a .a'ur In J hotel to put the streets or other Non-Taxpayer '-___....--......,liB.OO known as 'the l'in.l.Iand .ald'-a,
Demands against said Estate: the Estate of Alexander Edward Wha rooming house residence or store City property In same condition PressIng.1ubs or 'pl.".*. where clean.. Specification can b* obtained' 'horn r _

You and each of you are. hereby' no.II.y. d..a.,4 Respondent. Foredos. room or any person,' firm or corporatlon It was before beln.used by .all. 'Inl and pre..ln.Is.don. Not taxed the Clerk of th*' Circuit Court,:'.If L.Overetreet ... .
tided and required to present any ure Mortgage: Notice of who .el. or offers for circus shall ??_,_... -B.OO 'or-th* CoufltyEngLncer'.7,.
claims. and demand ..which$ )oi. or Master's Sale. Notice '. hereby given sale goods or merchandiseby -damage. If any. -to be .e..o-b. ,Railroad whoVe-tracks--enter', Intoor Johnston. *'- __
.Ither of you. may have plnt the that under and by virtue ot final house to house canvass from the Chairman of the through the corporal. limits. of th. 1 I _; _
estate of Lewis M. Whldd.n. I decree entered Juno. 20th- A. 1522. sample or through any other medium . mittee of the City Council.Drays cityflepair-. .* -. ..;J* <.-..._.$BO.oo Atteat) *-D..OtIRTREE. :
late of Klsslmmee; 0..0)' county that I, the Special of takingorders.Section : One Horse ....--S.00 Shop '. ..-: -.-.--_. $5.00 St, L. Qreretreet Clerk -, _ _
und.r.l.n. Ila.ter. 0-tt
'Florida to the unl.r.lln.d. ".cutrl, I on the In 8:* That the following enumerate Drays: _' Two,Horse ..-".......$.,00 n..t.Ur.lt.l-..%lne Capaoty less ., _
.ofsaid ..tat.wihin two'f..r. from .A.' Ub. 1.ZZ, t. the o' : t door .:r the Individual license taxes shall .Dealer. In cigars and tobaocoeWho, pay 10 persons .._?-....*.....$(.00 ,
the date . J I court house In KI..lneo Osceolaltiounty. be paid to the City by the person firm. no other llcenae -__.-. -- ; .-..I.GO .. .: Stne'.cap."ly more
1 P4t.dJiuruatMAItOARlr. ViSnW.B. ( Florida th.' legal or corporation'engaging In managingor Dealer in Curio, Alligators.. ..$2.00J than Hand a rn.. *
T. WHIODEN. (hours of or.r for sale sell .t transacting the several businesses.occupatlona .'' Dal.r.)1 dynamite or like .explosives, ... . ... ._. __. .,.IO
..P. ,public outcry cash In -hand to* the or prefesslons, namely,. to-. : .. .. .". ...._ 11.00 Restaurantai 8e.tln. capacity more
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'T't.; a. A..I.tant highest bidder the following described wit: ' Dealers In fresh ., packers or re- ,than, SO ,and, e. 10. persons.

', personal property". . '._ r Auctioneers <,..........-..-..:...-$25.00 1 I' trll.rator.' wholesale,'notconnected.. ........- __,_.._.._._......$ro.oo
IN COURT OF. COUNTY JUDQE. All that stock of.cattle now ranging not 'permanently I _....._,,.-..._$15.00 : Seating capacity more 4
tato of Florida Oseeola County.' In in O."eol and adjoining 'eunUe. Au"Uone.r...___. l-i--__ .-. __loate Dealers In'' fresh meat. : Retai (SeeI I J..taurant.. ., ; ......$15.00I
re Estate Mary Elisabeth Smith and. mark.d ja Auctioneers.selling. real. estate. per I Markets.) : I Rubber Balloon "rJ:1. day $Z.10

,Elam C. 8mll mInor. over-alope In the other. br.nd.dA"e da>.- ..,_.TJ-t.-.,.._,_4h .JlfoOAbstractors .Dealers "In .11umlnatn and lubricate Sanitariums, or,. .Institutions.. >f:,like .' ;
Notice given that Nancy, of Clubs. of Title- -. >...... -.I fo.00Agents j i Ing oil .: Wholesale I' ,. character .---....*..,.."..4$10.00tSheet ,; :v. t.
O. Smltli. as Quardlan of ths Estate of' Purchaser' opay for bill ;aale.Dated -. :' Brokers or dealers in'.futures. U ......_<_....._.--...........$.II.GOD..ler. JI.tal" Works . .....i..?.$!.00 i ,
:4 ary Elloabeth Smith and Elam. C at Klnlmm.. .,Florlda 1st stocks.' bonds and securities' for In Illuminating, 'lubrlcati Street or dentists or any Itln- Il. ;
'1mll mInor. will on'Ih. td day: day Of D. >elgn companies ...... _--t 100.00 : Ing oil* and. gasoline and accessories: L erant Tender, of,druga, etc, per day. i.:'
A llZZ. apply to .the Hon., Augu.eA UI.. B. ... Agents: Brokers or.dealers. In Ordersfor t '. Reti J-.....r ..__._-i ..,_____...$8.00 I .---i.-.v.-' .4.'.'...,..i.lS.00 I \ ;b I,.:
orable T. Comer County JudgeIn 1 'XV"TTpoclal Master .Chancery. Bonds and Securities of In automobile or other horseless (Skating.Rinks.,or like places.7.IOI 'v'k- .",.", .'? rf
and for aald County. at his office In I I IKRIIIBS STEED, :t .8tok. .. offering to sell vehicle ...__._.._.._...tCOQ writing. or tottering with 'paint d .c' _
Klsslmmee In said County. at 10 Solicitors for Complalnane Z4-8t without license ahall pay. CO cent Dealer In Junk Buying or selling or metal. other than local ', '
o'clock a. m.. or .a. soon Ih.roatt.1 a* m additional. per I ......_-.-'.....-. _._.__...$14.00 I painters,' lett.r.'cntretor. licence. FOR..8A.LE-Mus.e strawberry, plant

the matter can b* h.ard. I The Sale tn the above-stated causela Agents: For Cothl.r. and tailors not Dealers In pistols, slingshots. .--.... ............. ..-......l0.00 Heavy frt.r. Largeberrteav Write
'to sell, at publlo or private ale.' theinterest. po.tponed until the first Monday In taxed as .....-......|1*.00 j knucde.dirk knives ,(provie. not Shoe Repairing.Using machinery $8.00 R Mu.o .'rIOrid41.dte. .
of said minor In the followtag'descrlbed (October .am.being the Zd day of October. Agents: For Automobiles or other I I .) ...._..- -. Repairing. Mot using macbinerR.Shoe .

real estate. In said County , A.L>. 1>ZZ, horseless vehlce .-__..11.04 Dealer In second han clothing.) boots t'Sho.. .-....J_._._._........_...$%.no .FOR' BALI]-On. set brown' coney, furs,' .
to-wlt: The West thre..tourtt. of' JOHN. B CADJL Agents: For and shoe. __. __ ._....,$10.00 Shiper-Chargipg more than Bo practically new. No reasonable offer;) -
'Xot Z In Block-M Of .1 Z4t Ila.ter, -_-.*..-. -. M._automobl._... .. .*....$ DenU.t Tax payer. or residents $5.00 for each stand] or ohalr..r..i.l. refused. 'Apply: .ll" ,Mabbett street.J .
Addition to KI..lmme. City. Which Agents For monuments and tombstones - -! ,Non-Taxpayer trav.llnl. Each additional stand or chair $ : ' M : 41-ttK-

Application 'ba..o Jipon the petition I j NOTICE OP MASTER'S SALE, local _------_-_-.._._.._|B 00 -........................''..-H1* '4 Shoo Shiner: Inside Barber Shop.1.. .
for such. sale -now on..1. In said Agents : For monuments or tombstone Doctor or Physician _-.-J$5:00 I or hotel may without Ii.cense .FjORSALE Mlaalonary strawberry

Court. lit ] Notice la given that under selling or setting traveling f SO.00 Detective Agents or Ar.ncl.I4.00 If op"ra. owner of. 'plalt APply'to Dx Rotando City _
--J.: Dated August ZR. A. D I and ; .__ Divine Healers ___. I. barber No 2.'Kis.irna3.erlofld.t, _ _
by virtue (the final decree of Agents: For rentals -... IS 00 .. shop -or, hoteL; 'm .
.NANCY O SMITH. Ifor.olo.ur. of certain Mortgages In Agent.: For safes or vaults,. sale or Dry Cleanemvof clothing, eto..I.GODog Shooting U.I.r' ...-..-.- ..... .110 00 tSEL
., Guardian of Said Minors the Circuit Court 17th.Judicial Circuit. exchange -_..__.j.-_..1000 or Pony Hhow (to a Soda Wat.1 Illn.ral.Wat.1.Fountain. .

TO Oceania County l'lorl4a. wherein Bank Agent. For typewriters ___....I5.00Agents dog and pony .howo performanceor t. .. .connected bus THE O'aa.1 Watkins ProdusM, _ _
"UARDIA1.1 "OICI SELL RI"L lo' Orange and Trust Company a cor.poration. : For ..wInK machines .(Provided -I. exhibition' other than by trained Ino... ?*_.-.-..;..._____??,.?_$(.oo city offer''still opn. Ofit.
'. Is complainant and Bessie B. sewing machines animals must given) per day Storage Warehouse' our wonderful and tre *>mpjes. _ _

!. of. Cexsaty Jmlge. I'.'e of' Donea-an and Arthur E. Donegan are In stock who carry a general ?_.__....?,.-be ',..-_ ....tzooo I Jln.tr.h. Cmp.ny..IG.IO8how.i Writ today._ b.. .. Mernphis. Watkins .. _
v.rt' Censity. (defendants, 'I will offer for sale and stock of merchandise not be. Electric Plant: Electric machinery Company Department, -

..rld.ul. ..1'during the legal hours of sale at taxed aa sewing .hal agents..) U.ht. _.....__.-.......$60 CO under tent or within. 1 Dr.mat. ., T.n._.*.*.. ""tI.

IN RE ESTATE OF (.h. front door of the Osceola County .....--._!_.._,__-...-._.110.00 Electric Machinery _.--_--X_...$500 day ..-._.____.,-___._....__.2u.00 -' "- ' ; 'E-
House Florida ___ __ _-__ .11.6G Shows! Minstrel. FOR BALE] J->r Missionary strawberry'' _ _
.Bertie. Lessle and Edkar Padgett. KI..lmm.e. on Agents: 'or.real estate (for each InJdividual Express'Companies ? Stock
;ne. Minors. the first Monday In October 19ZZ, same member-of firm ,or solicitor Employment Agents ...----,,$10 00 I** Theatricals, Vaudeville or Com..nle.. 'plant; now ready). li.00 per thovaand.
Notice I. .hereby given to all whom being the second day of the-month the theretoI) ...--_.j.t_ilO.OO Emigration Agents .::::---.....1100.00: !mndertedy or within,enclosure, per ::11-. B. Oore, Orlando, florlda*

It may concern that Marrtle' Padgett tolowlnl r.a estate .luat. lying and A..nt.: For land companies outside Exhibition: Not.oth.rl.e classed week _.._.._.-. ..?......-...14.44 . -- -. *
Ouardlan of the Estate of Inca Bertie, b.lne County O..oJa and O.ceol.County for each memberArehltectB 4 making any charge, place, I Show: Minstrel, Stock Com : _
1 Lessle and Edkar I'adl.tt Minor. will. of FlorIda to.wlt T. North ._.--""'_ '61.00 1 per day. .._*...._.....___.....-U'.lo I Th.atrl"al.Vaudevilleotpramatlcii.. FOR 8ALmWoo.. oa.llnl machine
on the nth day 192*. ,one.half < on. (. Block _IiniII. _IwIiIIin.!; . Fertilizers: Manufacturers ..'.,.$1(00 opera or theatrep.c week street.i ,- .JI'',J
-- ppl jr to the-Honorablebtom.r lFnofw i'APtrh.k.-ddllonohe".dvertising-t----Ag.ntsj---firm.----Fruits. : h".aeaudll -. (.xupt.a.cpr.uf.r : ,,.
County Judge In and for .ald County.at town of Uelnl tions, corporations or other persons orange FOR SALE' For Rent. 'furnished'
hla office In KI..lmmeo. In said of the Southeast Quarter Southeast distributing circulars, pamphlets Fruits) : Retail dealers In melonl. ba. 'Show:' Circuses '(1f.. Circuses Rooms and No Trespass,Cards 10 _ _
-County. at. *-o'ck ., a. soon .Quarter of Section TwentyoneZl other advertising matter (This dons nanaa,.apple..etc.. ..Ulng car. Shows Dog and Ion (See Dog and cents each) at The Uasette ofnn
thereafter aa P can b. heard ( ). In Township Twenty-fire (ZS). not apply to nVrchants having a 1 each __.___-.-__ -...110 Pony .Bhows* ,.' , t-tt Tfyr
for authority to .mat.1. public or private South Range Twentynnlne CZ>) Ea.t regular established .place of businessIn Flying Jenny; 1'.1 week-........$55.00 Show: All other shows tor exhibition* 1- ,
-the-1ohlow4ftlr-4i..04b.dreaL of sale" cash. Purch..r the City of Klsslmmee. advertls- Flying.Jenny:. P.I year.ijoo..00 not. especially day FOR BALE-Fine. residence property.. ,
aald_ to-wlt: _____ for"TltTe "Ba1d-a orinerchaidseAutomobiles ql.lrler4ei _. _. .. enlm.rat"d.p. > etfle ,
In County pal t"Jtn rmdl unii goods -. 4" - 10 ---- ---- ---- -At Ply --* -t >e *---et-The--.ValleirOasette .-
,"e.t.t.Twenty-four, ( f) and Twenty- .alc'-der_.' "stlt.."._;.-, ._..-.__.,-._-. -'*I.GO-. FortuneTellers' i,. ._is._.".4.41 Blot-Maehlnest- ...n lng-mahln.' ,- Klsslmmee ,.a-tf 1
Aflvz. of Block "A" Ylndlnl and . Dated 1th day of u.u. ; Trucks for hire,'each Furniture, D.aler Second band of any kind on Inside' _ _
'. K)oo UI Subdh.loJ of and A D 1US. truck ..."._._..,.___..__.$l(.00 .......-..._....$10.00 *. or building, for each ,_-,_.?...Z.6O FOR SALE-One TIets Eleotrlo.Wall -''?
41 of Land and Investment . LEWIS. O'DRYAN, Automobiles: For bLre., resident or taxpayer ;. Oraphophones. .: Op.ratel for ,profit.I Blot' Machines o'vendlng.mahln. of ,Plate.. Practically sew At a ,reason

'Company's Sub-division of Section $ .It Specjal .Master. one car _._......... -.10.44 I ,per da ..... ...._..... ..-JJ.OOOas any kind outld., store or -- able prloe., Apply Valley Oatle -
11. Township Z8 80uth Range ZO Each .additional ear ....-.._.?. Plants .._..?. _......_-..,...$ ,Ing '.. .._.*....__-;_._ .........1.40 *> '-7-tf.- _
E& according to th.re r".d platWhc'h Off EXECUTOltIPOH Automobiles. : For: hire, non-resident: ,Garages i Storing Automobll., repairing No slot pr vendln.machine FOR SAt.5l--.Wick.r baby carriage,.
"i h..r.o NOICI msCHAHUtC1st . ,14L ,or non-taxpayer'each car *..-._.11.9f and Including sal of oil and gasoline any kind oprat.d under mall rubbertiredhigh chair and'pushcart.
application 'will be baaed upon Owners of aUlomobl.. for and accessories ..........$7.10 any merchant's 10.n .. Inquire at Oaettsuoe. _ _
.- the petition for. such. .al. now on the C..r e f-es.iyJadge, (fate must furnish .h. CI Clerk: and Gunsmiths: Repairing. .neladln.sal Tailor. :. ft dr"e..nlnt and pr..ln.'O *' tt-tC
file In said C urL '-'' ef Oseeola Cevmty. Tax. Collector tat. License of rubbr.tamP\ '. ..._ .. '
Dated September 11. A. T>. 1 *. FI.r. number of his ear make of car and' dirk and brass Tel"lr.ph Companies ..__.c...$ZB.OO '
MAlG) PADQETT. Iii the Estate ofNOTn engine number; and he must carry 'Oa,__._!-..-......-...--$$.OO 'Companies ........._150.OO FOR RENT. 4 V
Usardlan. F, Raven, deceased. sign ,"for .hire" tn place that. Blocking!...f..00 Theatres'lIuildirig fltted with 8.ne ' .t' '1
:. 40.4 I ."JUT '. .ALi, IS HEREBY GIVEN to all It can be :seen '' .uol h. -outside.Falling .. Hawker*'or ., Of medicines and ry for '1"heatrical"Ministre FOR RENT-Nle*i furnished rooms; al.,,
r that on the IZth to display such .Ien-.haU, I drug aejllng or -.- perHawkerVor tie and like show (This ,to Include s o good garage. Several palrarwjn. a
i ,crrn .UGO 'moving picture' shows .... .$,B.on'Transient dow blinds for sale at bargain.'
rUnder and by virtue.oI a deer..i' of day of ItZZ I shall apply torf.1 llcenee. .hal b In.1 144.94. ,1 ;. _ _
foreclosure and aaU rendered and entered tot, he Honorable T. .'L., Comer. AutomobU.*: VeTrderar 6f'mdTcn.B,and Merchant. per 'day.K000 Helen Perdew, tl Beaumontavernorth. -' ; _ _
on July..1Z. by the HonCarle. Judge of Court..as Judge of Pro sal of oil and gasoline..tf7.BOAutomobiles I' selling, ,or' adv'erti.lng.'per, . e.b.lm.r..f0.1 .., Klsslmmee. - It-tT ,'
O. .Andrews,UI. of the Clr bate* for .1 Anal discharge a. : Mechanic wIth. l: .W..J-..-.- -.: -..tZI.OO Undertakers and ,Embtm.rUI.OWat"h
Court In and top-00.01' tor of the estate of David Fv P"8U. '. out ..tabU.he Shop: .palrlnr'.| J ,. No stand or vehicles .hal I.allowed -'' R.plrln.. .. .. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished Oat,,,,-'
.1 Jv.n" .. .' streets any Water Modern convenience Low rent for
In deceased..and 4.ljAt at the earn withmerrygo on the Compnlea Any person or p.r.
Chancrr. countr.Florila _ _
said will preeent my final account rund roller coaster, other amuse ,place where the assembling of peo- sons or corporation fur 'summer_ W. B.' HarrU14tf' ,

penclnl'. 0 cutor of. said..estate. . and ak for their, ".. ,,.-._.-. ___.,.|!L00Artificial ,. pie will Interfere. with' the .travel nlshlngwater' for profit shall b construed -*'
30bniWU.on'Edwln. 'ef.the L > -' "* Stone. Works., ..._.-..IS.iOAstrologlats I'- of th*. pubila,. ; a waters-company ( .h.1 WANTED.. _
/A . Exeutor. ma.'WU.on Dated. ; I' J4.: A. D. 1.ZZ., ...--.-._-.".- ,-.'aoo.GG Hacks: Each back two *.at..o ,hot Includedrug store*.or coM drlnl '
OTTO. Bank.: Hacks: Bach stand aelllnr mineral water)
persons doing a ) U/.le '
Bnker. '
were 01. mOtJ
tt R\ BLEECH .Ck WAN'TED-'To' rent furnished or unfurnished
-.' ee..4 oorplalnant, KIsImmen tl-'t, .Exoator. with \deposits Of', seat -..-. .. .SOG Weighing Machine .t.A.' ".,IS.00 wltbout board fei>,
Dnetan. pall., das Novell not exceeding tSO,000..jl6 i .Hall. Dressings: (See, manicurist.) Wood .Yard -....:. .....-_. ..liM room
from November 1 l
: .. C.tt. 1 Banka!.,With and Mule Dealers* Net cvilredby1LyaryhJcenae. Section t! I.. on, .ne.per.on AuApril.
deposits SZVO.OOO i any
W.-and S.: Pottor.wer.defende RE ISTDATtOI'( ,over Who..r"car '
i. -.u.d.r.I.. d -will .ffer f_ -- - 'XSQTICEI .n.1 I... h.o tsnn.nan f nn,nnBankat _.- ."*.M-;= .S 25.00 business professIonor ,. *ot patlo > 1. Give terms. Joseph Shaw, R, Sc 1 11 ,

; to th* highest 'and,beat Notloe *Is hereby given that the'Reg.Istratlo. With deposits of I.over 1(00.000. Horse. and Mule Dealers:. SeflInat for whic'S'a"clty '1icetm.'lsl'Cqurjd.without 40-4 _ _
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*. K In front of the Court . Wftfthti fnf rinreoln. county. and I.. than.fl.OOO.pOO t..titOO. .u"Uon/.per day'rTTfinst1s8.rrdaytse.3100.0_... ......fZB.00 flrt ohtalnln. such license --1 'i' ;
.. $. shall K..,>lr. H
Kleelitween FliHlUs, nlll Lie uueii at the ufnie cf iheSupervisor Th..nks' .li... si.: ti. M"ltl T1MBEANTED.-8ep-An4hsart-Ptn..v. ,
the legal hours of 'sale,,.on the.Zfl of Registration of .Osceola 000.000and not over1 12,1)0(1.1)011.) ( ) I1UUUVP I'.. k.. ..si sr Cold L''iP' Not covered nnual liaeisse tax pI crops tie stuenpess.--Highest prick.e ', :. -

aay nt. OntuUer,. m. the) followin g ern.otyjFlw16M..ndar.' August T. A. ir L"VII''.po.l.-exoeedlag--$<.-t ,.Kr_jTlniggUt"or merchants, lice-nov Y. ne. i. .;! --0ld, ;. w., ... .i .
described real estate situate 'In said 1:,. 1>ZZ. and will close Satlr4ay. October. 000.000 ._ --.IG.OO cVan7lMa .rfacTirrer7cVp7.?.6. i mpri"m"-nrot, more thati 'Z 1,4&fl ;' neirt erdsS UAddrst'Boi' 11', ,,
Florida to-wit I ... ItZZ. Baker 'jBakerst -, .. .. . lice ty shall b. the K1ssimmssFloijds, > ' ' Jt
O.c.ol.CountY',eighteen (IN). twenty Tb. n"ll.tr.tof?.Books- In each Doing a .r"a..I..o.. grocery -' over ten gallon p"l day.-....$10.00 1 all person. carrying on any buslnesej.profeeslen ;___' . _, t.,4.r ., -' __
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'land .thirty' (10);' -all of section; open Monday,,'September 4,.1.1.."' and. license. .on all UII..OJ f _.__T _... .. .T**.0*.this at to kep tlll 1on.. con.rle. : .. , fr
(ZZ) except the" Northwestxinquarter wlllctoee eaturdayOctober 14., ._ .5"r' Insurance Agvntior firm doing 'an tn ou.I I In. o 'I .
,thlrty-twe "t '
f of .'outh..t., quarter of All p.rsona-who are Zl year Jl. Bre One chair...... .--... .ll.BO 1 : surs.Ao.bu.iness- clty--,._.$S.OO nea*.> p.te.: '- --. .FOWD-.A blue serge coat, .on' public .
section; land.all f etlon" thirty,4 and 'and are cltlsena of the Each ..(. 11..uranc 801,101 emploec *yt any Section 11'All!.Ordinance'in conflict 1 ,.road- near-RocehHl cemetery,Owner .
Vald whO Brbe.i .ddltona ebaU- '
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'' can' recover '*am* bf 'calling 'On
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i.B.OOlosuranceAgents tha- c
rln have been : (14) 11 being :residents .
four
To.a.llp. I l'ate. prt pro.I.lo' . 'sette .offloe and paying for this <<
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South Rang Zl Eaat. . *of 1lr4a'forth.p.t 'Ing-an-additional* V**. ....*BBicycles'Agents ..., .UUon.f"-e nance are- .. ', - "
'., sale being-madelo the twelve months.- for, ,_ .. ,-J,0. company traveling Section 1Z- I* "" "ahaltbecome kvrtlement< 1 41Itr
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( In said decree. .al. be of Oeceola for the past aI1'.onth. :' Repair,shop.-MV-Ar-inir-. *...*I isHraoc Otnipjinl**: ,.local I elfectlvav. . ..baginnlngx'. D tobai. .( -
,; -i'paid,, together with the ,cost and e&. ntltled,.,.,. . : BleY.' kw ..-,_'-_r..e.G.a. -traveling .enl'1f the, city writ. 11a.adrBt"and, .", '" '\ .
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I Those sold formerly at $10.00. IVe picked up some Splendid Good. at a Low Price.. Not Cheap, ,
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r? A. S. Gilbert. Mrs. Erickson, Mrs. M... Resident from 'Ohio 144444444,0 4444444444 Fine Rice Produced $: .'

.. E.: ,-Mrs. M. Conner, Mrs. E., REGISTRATION NEEDS, i ' :
;. JJ fISO1CIETY'SREALM$ ] H. Fennel, Mrs. W. Bell; Mis Mary SecuresTwo' BlocksW. ) + Chamber of Commerce .0: At Trifling Expense ,t|:

__ Bryan Miss Elizabeth..Thompson and <
,Miss\ Elizabeth Waring. E. Hoffman of- Akron, Ohio, 'U ARE MOST,IMPORTAN1 4 Notes, .' Rice nearly feet tall and heavily' $?.

NOTICE TO MEMBERSOF 'COMES FROM MIAMI: now the owner of two entire blockson I 4 U. J. CXTRROWK Secretary 4 headed, with kernels of'good size,was THE EASTERN STAR WIFEI Vine- Voters Are Confused brought to the office of The GazetteM1'
TAKES HOME A Bass street just west from Often :: 4044444440444444444Dlb :
Kisnimmee Chapter No. 62, O. E. I--Married in the Kissimmee Episcopal hi* residence being' at 821'Biss-having Thus Many Votes Are a. few day ago by.Rafe McLaugMiu.,
S. will meet in regular"session Thursday I. YOU EVER STOP TO THINK
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deputy farmer .I
evening, September 28, at eight church, Saturday, September 16,, exchanged property at Akron for Lost To Party 'That courtesy is a quality that in charge" of the laki '
o'clock. It is important that all Rev. L. H. Kirkby officiating. Miss the tract-and, Is highly 'pleased over' should be cultivated"by every citizen T ]front property of L. H. Hamilton '

f Se ,members be present. {Frances Williams Johnson of, of Miami.Narcoosaee The ,ceremony and ''his acquisition. He made the deal be'fore Every man and 'woman ef twenty I That a city should be known as i A :jnear the Clubhouse. "iI ''\r"I';
MRS. S. B. AULTMAN, R. N. few select Kissimmee-and one years or over' In Osceola: county I good .city in which to live and not i a About three pounds of rice w
witnessed had visited
by he .
' Worthy Matron. was a I Is entitled to.vote in the election to good city in. which to leave T I.sowed on a small of +I
area :
ground by
friends is glad to find. that in no way bad hd'be held on Tuesday,. November 7. 1922! I That you should lend 'a helping
Victor
The bride is sister of Mrs. Mr. McLoughlin "Just to see what
THE STORY-HOUR
been misled. --always provided each person has I hand and advertise your city wherever :
BEEN RESUMED Hill, of Narcoossee, and is daughter it would do and the result e
HAS and Mrs. R. M. Johnson of Mr. Hoffman said: "I happened to complied with ill legal requirements you go? ; would
"L, The story-hour''opened Wednesday of Mr. 'The registration city primary That the man who produces products probably have thrashed "
Hearoes, Texas 'formerly of Saint get in touch with, the owner of this I put ,
4 afternoon with forty eager expectant 11tr. made and the election-does not carry with suitable' to his condition and thirty pounds of grain had an-I
for Cloud, where property and commenced to considerit. in -I markets them.-is the who wins'T .j
children. It had been suspended Natal 'it the right to vote a county primary man
the receiver of the First bank sent for bf The Gazette 'and I That of action beats ton properly harvested .It was 11
about six weeks and the Children were Then I a copy or a general election; many an- ounce sr :
., n happy.over-it* renewal. It' will be when its doors contractor were in..:Miami closed.where The to see what., Kissimmee was'votes are lost in the general election I of theory? "" stock, however, and made excellent, '..
from (groom is a this 1s That in some cities livery time .n feed although the bird .
; ;; held everyWednesdayafternoon will reside after brief 'like. Several copies of the paper because matter not thoroughlyunderstood. ;! ; .made sad
the
; .three-thirty to- four-thirty at the couple a' To' qualify for""the general ] election is held the people,line up Into havoc of the rice.: There were thou :lit
''V tour of the state. were sent me and after carefullyreading : ;
Bungalows All children are cordially election poll taxes must be paid political I faction and proceed to teardown sands of these reedbird '
J_Jnvlted .to them I concluded that Kis -when. the voter has not paned thengelimit. all the community spirit and: on the place :.
i ; WILL GRADUATE SUNDAY simmee was good enough for-me--and . good fellowship that. has been bull and there was a vast number of them

BLUES'WILL'GREET: Sunday"'wll1 be "Promotion Day" at the deal was made. The Gazette Oftreola county goes,to \Onllider.hle: up? shot by those fond of.pie; the only* k
,.SCHOOL FACULTY rouble and to sere that eve..veligible That no city will'amount to much trouble
school.: At nine ** expense ; being acc nUng"to Mr., M v.
the MethodistSunday cinched the trade. ;
.Members'of: the Mothers-Teachers children voter is properly rlstere in the morning growth
t Club.and the Woman's Club, together forty-five Mr. Hoffman has for' years been for, aside from the fact that all should .are'its'chief industiest I
departments
1 with, all patron. of- the school and' from thePrimary will marcTv, and! into Beginners'the main- working Indoors nt' Akron but is now participate in the selection of officers,, That the city that amounts to something finding the birds 'when they fell no .- ;T

''those intered.re to hold a social of the church and rendera Booking.for more of the out:of-doors.there is that pride'In showing the total is the city that makes better small task. 'I;
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gathering "next '.'Friday ,, en.lng..t of stories, and bible ,He has been'in' the potteries consider vote secured each election 'and. business, its chief industry 7 Mr. Hamilton spurred by the talcs 'J,
eight o'clock at the schoolhouse This program songs noting the increase The registration' That too much emphasis cannot bi. ,
in their. of strawberries he has read ,in !
i'tJI which nave been he has also taken th< ; The i;
passages and
ably- up the possibilities -which li<.
is- to be in the n&ture'.f a receptionto books-in KJsntmmee have'been open placed upon
the faculty,. although there will be regular course of instruction the pastyear. ;weaving of carpets and rug*. Ws for some weeks for the entire county,, in the proper and enterprising woolnj Gazette sent ordengfroni"Canada'to. '''I
...."" :ay.r.cra.f exercises several brief There will be t a large- class complement of machinery 'this' but for the convenience'' of the votersof for better business for both the city V*t out at least a half acre ()f berries' ,

addresses and refreshments. A genera graduating classes'in will both be departmentsThe awarded diplomas latter'work "is now' rolling to:Klsslm- the 'outside- precinct regi.trationofficerS' business men and the' business. farmer - learn If the land was suitable i 'for
good' time" ,:is promised alt'.who have been,appointed in .the .. their culture
l: certifying to the- faithful work men; and once it-shall be installed he ; consequently'-1; lagd ...1'to :
may.attend., : the several localities under the supervision : on which the rice-was'raised
-r theyhave done throughout -year. will commence the same work heref f the There are-many .evidences of ritlsens witho -
of
,. 'WOMAN'S'MISSIONARY,. There -will also be''' awarded twelve putting'out a"high-grade; product. Mr, ,Precinct following 2-Shingle deputies Creek: P.- G. '.who. desirpusof, "'Improving the fertilization will'be put{into,!berr) '.
HAS MEETING!: gold star pins-to twelve children who .appearance their property are cutting Tm'going to
Cromartie.1 experiment with t
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: ; member-of the Salvadon
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have, been the honor roll the.entire -/Hoffman
;The 'rq>i far monthly W.', M. U.:' soelal'f on [ 'taki Precinct Campbell.I.. Henry I.. down unsightly-weed and othep crop,"' said McLaughlin '" so as 4 'j
The will begin at and to step wise .
year.' program Army, proposes beautifying'their premise'T*
;' ,' Mrs the''. Haynes First.Baotlst-church Brinson, Tueaday met nine-forty-five,, and everybody is cor- I....Kissimmee grows to do work alonz Overstreet.' Precincts 4' and l1--salnt Cloud. S. these we ..y.let the good work g< learn Just what the berries'will do"6nthe :'
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y" dially invited to attend merrily' several'varieties of muck soil
Twenty-four line and: spread the excellent W. Porter. ; on- wehav
were present. [
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;, ,On the following Sunday there' will I ,- "there" ,, ,
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Precinct 5- Deer, Park. W. 1. '
the subject .
was. con- propaganda of that-denomination ;> !: Don't that September 80 wll)
be a Junior department organized for .. forget .
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was r Kempfer. '- "> < .' "aPrecinct >
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of 'J' be the to ''mall ;
_ children from nine to twelve day your postcards R'A
E. years 0'Kenaneville.. Oliver S EAIFROl\i.' 4'' ""
Mrs. S. ;
age. '. MESSENGER RETURNED: .i,". r" ;.1... < ' The. Chamber'of''' Commerce will furnish :
a. m the serYwttIi BaAs. NW WISMW"; < v' rPrecinct :
part OSCEOIlA
t THEN CAR VEUTCtyaEP free these postcards and ask'that COUNTY ,ACTION
.. '_ devotional ...- :SUNDAY., SCHOOL RALLY. . ,8 -.,Narcoossee.: Victor you come In and give the addresses. "
eIota In which prayers were offered. Asocial Hill. You assist the Over t Kissimmee .
McClure, on can also by addressing > the 'Oaceott.county' .
'season followed during; which The following' program George W. messenger Precinct 9Lokosee. G C. Miller.: 7*. '
J., i..delicious home madecake.and'punch soil be given.Sunday.morning at the the Midland returned on<< Tuesdayfrom Precinct, 10-Mulberry Sink. B:G. tame.In this connection the 'Tampa 'Tri agent', by ditection'of' the'"I
I'i< ;!were' served by.,the hostess. The'following'were Baptist church: : a vacation of,three weeks. spent' Hancock. . bune-says: "Send out.all the postcard county commissioners, is setting out''
in attendance Mr*. J. M. .Devotional.. at,Hot Springs,'Arkan. AH hour Precincts1'' 1 and 7ywhich; cover the showing scenes and< productions 10,000 atrawberry plants on the conn-.
I .Johnston/Mrs. 'A. Cot Chapman,Mrs. Special songs and speaking/ I later his coach ,was sideswlpcd by,'afreightcar whole of Kissimmee. are in charge of sports and pleasures, buildings and ty farm. Why not have the court",
a. N; C. Bryan. Mrs.'J. R. Squires, Mrs. Announcements. in making a flying switch, vf the Suyervisor registration{ W. water-courses and gardensthat :' ,,
hou.eround..
rf Moore.iMra/W.t:: 1I.+Jonee, M.... Belle Study: period.: and was i tipped'updn its aide '- but Cr Baa?.- . . you can. But groves; for heaven's sake in Titusvllle beautified'' >
I l f: Modle.- ,MTM. B. Carson," 'Mrs. ;I Address by pastor.Subject{ r"Power Mae swears that he was not to blame; It will be well for every voter in don't send those monstrosities .occasionally by the Brevard county'agentT Anti. |.
'!.' ;StOup; Mrv"J;:W..I Wilder, Mrs.: Sfc.thrland Place and. Purpose. the. Sunday: A wrecker'soon, lifted the coach bod the county to ,visit the registratl- even yet :found, for' tourists the Brevard county farm should''also 'V?,"
_- I ,.MrsViH..S. Geiger, Mrs,'J. Evil School.." ily'and replaced, ft--: and. the incident officer in his orher precihct ond to 'send back home showing what a receive. attention from the. county, :
R'i onfe". Mrs Brinson Mrs.. Closing: romnleted. I all of. the law
Haynes ; WR learn It requirements
Isis < : _._._ --.---,.' regarding registration-have been com- greafinake,"Ol".mgatw- Wampusthat agent. The county farm should be.II j: .:'

: ''il jll II IIIIIIIIIIIIII! II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Il l l I 1llUlIlIIlJillUllljlllllUlllllllllUlIlIlII secure plied with.this. reliable It will information cost nothing..atill..and, to Following; state ts.< the names of new usville niptratlon'Star-Advocate.for'' county farmers. Ti. '..'

may prevent disappointment / members for the past week: F. E. .
later date. Woodward, H. 'W. Johnston Mrs. R. ;_-

... .. ., ;;;;;; 831MAIEE, A. Snyder, Mrs. H.. W. Farmer. ; GO TO '
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ti I -, ,,. .-- NOW GEORGIA
'1' .. .== BETTER. THAN' BEFORE. DEATH. .IN OF FORMER\ CITIZEN I CORNERGROCERr:' r.

I : -= Dr. J. S. D.nlelt of Kisainirnee Park,. -:- ;;
== wellknownby all resident, ofKis Died: At the ; ernment hospital,
;- simmee returned en Tuesday from an I Aujriuta, Georgia, on Thursday, September - - FOR THE. r&&,
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BANKv&fiNESOCK .b.-emtrllf: five B>oirthnpent ln! JVTf -Y1-;.".from illnesU f6UowTne n-r
: lH : : ; ginia',and' in states as/far'into; the shell-shock-received Just poor to the Lowest Cash. Prices
The ,Bank With. middle west as Indiana. He returned. signing of. the armistice, EX Stanley .
showing gains }.health'and weight Bullock, .in his fiftieth year.. --Free Delivery'
r the ' 'THE TIN CAN, THE HOLE \ilN-THE : -and delighted to be again iri Osceola ''E. '''StanleyBullock was born at M
rhristchurch. New .Zealand April 26, --4
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shall
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,ANY OTHER'-METHODand' not again leave. "Dr.7 Daniel"! greatly 1S7S. "English parent.. Hewas a CORNER'GROCERY; :
i itJ'1GROUNQ' 'OR' : . .
== rnident of KUslmmee for lumber >
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enjoyed .his trip,' greeting as he did j
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of and leaving "went to T. H. associatesand years upon S3
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/ln .OF .HIPING MOIVEY!, ,. v' : : :: he manyof5his saw many features-he'will not soon : South ,,;Africa; -.where -he fought( : "C.-...',..t* k 'KJaooI__, +
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under all circumstan-l forget at the,ainatime: .he'declare.that I through'.Boer.war/of .1899-1001.
Bank is safer' ,
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enlistedfor work
.' Willingnessto'Serve.{ /, he found ne place so universally He"' ;overseas \i ', .. ' ,- .- --
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\ .ces'A': '., '.- attractive as''Kissimmee' ''and Kissimme the: New Zealand machine, gun corps '' u
.. . and' returned to ,Florida a victim'of .
'' efforts while awaywere ". -
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Park;M His <<, : .
l at New Smyrna. Less tban'two'yeert '
visit this ] 'SatisfactionGuaranteed"
of to .
the promise many
:', '4 oney.J J > ' .1"' .r ;= :
; his ccndittion appeared ao icrious
7 ' ; ; locality during the+coming: season//He ko -
a-' C ,D'fPOSITS.INSURfD' : -You have ;accurate..'recta d'' of''your'"': : 1 pronounces ,his, success. .better. .:..than, that he',was, admitted the govcrnnent -
x d .. ; ; an t cIP.ed.." ' hospital. at.:ugustavrheri; the. :

.,.' .J' '''\ ,business (;and,can :;tell ,whereytiulare.; ; i' HARPER. BROTHERS WILL; end '.came.: 'Interment..... ; 4*=: 'was: "--',.made.> '' ,,.at10gustaV Goes',with; \ every, article" are' .,elf, ;

a : ..... , k'4 '4=Your'money'willINCREASE:' ; :IN'SHE; : ,', REMOVE ,TO PtlVNT'ClTY. Deceased";was,,,unmarried 1As:, im-) We have Just received a lot of New -
brother
mediate relatives he left two
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\ $ 4" ,- : '; |
.' e I. 'BANV t. ; : and .,. ". Kissimmee,'' and Fall Goodfrom1the: ,New\Vork. '.'ftor
> [ . ,. ,(: == 'The/Harper-Lnmber,/: ; 'Manuface -H. S.1 Bullock-; < : -
,. I" / ".. I : to Companyhas. taken I Robert S. 'Bullock,'of South'Rhodesia, market:, ,liatine,' Crepe LMohaikCrepe .
r' + ''Open an Account. oday''.,,: 'Take"the Safe and ,: ; :::= plant! of .theT,' Roux tit'Son Lei na SoutH :Africa j:'and' two'.sisters-Mrs. 'Faile,'', Serges, Silk;:.Masaa-
'' : bar Company,!'at''Plant City,',and'.U. W., J:'S:;Carrof,) Coronado Beaeh, 'UnVTaffeta '
Sound W1' \ k Our ,Bank Your'Banl4 i : Crepe De .Chine,'' Cam:
? ; 'J ; : I: e"; ; 1= C. Harper is already, on,,the,ground, Flor1d"a. ,and"'-"Mrsw 'E., K.' Hughes brie Nainsook. wp'
.', ''L by :Using- tit, 1 l' ; while D.E.-IIarper'wflsoon\.;.remov,* 'Aeth.iot's.'nt: George. ; Uten Isl-: ,,; ,Sheeting,,Bed,Tick1V CY rmg
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to that place; Both .membera of:the and. -New York.,' <,< : 'I" '" :
neefirm.haveIongbeenconneetad' iitr. -wa-4&JirIIr--admiied': ':'Votiderf: ahis es ;
4 .F with ,the. Everglade':Cy;: t' : for:his sterling character.and'his''upme -; ,
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ny, at-Loughma ,II: > C Harper-nae-; right nl r&'S- and1hwfl; '- it'::1Irre and Young Men's "

*. him ha.e nutliliitt b.ulj! urJaut-, .. t. at' .f:
12.7stScbooll'antar
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his'bmt' .has imndn : p'aissr-fvt: .ry $oyet
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Loughman.RUBWCAN' .i 'NEWS r'IMPnO-YEM'. ; J: ;' 'We can.soTprisf; )ou'-:an'SHOES +
Jt t +CONyENTIONIITe.repub1oana'01 r t.. .
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James'M.:Willsonj of the ilferchantimd J JA +
; : ,' Osceoia,''county Farmers bank;.received a wire on: '
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e'w i era ealled.to.,meet in conveAtion at Tuesday; from r a hospital;at' Baltlrrorr -.. '. vielt'te''Qar'tore" Will. f3ava :- '
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A the'G:-A.' R.,.hall in Saint';,ploud 'en stating,the'operation*tiponMrs.. 'fou! \Vnoneyt?! (
(% l ourt9';; A.;M. to 3i !_.' Monday/September 25,'J 8C at.;three WiU.on'Whkh'; :place .on- Monday:, t' ..MConner ....
: $ wNI' ' f'u'r, ," 'clock in. the'afternoon;,for the pur' raa, complete-.ucces.'in ev.'waYi'and ;' M.rl..fM'S ,;St&re
c a. BOS-of naming.candidates;for office 'the,physician tendered the assurince -. ., ., ..... .
to.be' filled.at the .NovembeI'J.ledJo a 'thar'fronj r this time:: >n,,there When 4', tr : "'I ",
1 ,.';'WILUAMrLAJSffiaSfl., Cnaifroan. WouLt 4e acupt lmprovementinheeic'G' J .::.. ....-' :;"" : 'I<" 'et.Meet',. ...;.. '..,"..1'W'.J.

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