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: June 15, 1923
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01120
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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IS NOWJ30UNTY LAW Loet Car Uaed By Auto Thieve In RESCINDED .,BY BOARD Survey Made A* A Part of Campaign ELECTION ANNULLED

Monday's Midnight Mix-op; Make ... Showed That Sixty Percent Of The
Money For Municipal Marshal People Of Klasimmee Own Home

etitions Urging GovernorTo Technicalities. Original Live Up To Reputation By .Commissioners Comply As
Various and theories advanced The
The Bill Arrive sundry Call And Insufficient Time Accepting The Job Chamber people of Kissimmee believing Commerce Chamber Asks
| Veto by hordes of amateur detectives that the progress of a city is measured -

; After Bill. Became Law regarding! the Ford car whichautomobile Necessitate PostponementLegal 'Had Wished On ThemA by the quality of its homes, observed For A Postponement
thieves abandoned at the Better Homes DemonstrationWeek

j The game bill ,for Osceola county iron bridge on Vine street' Monday technicalities have made necessAry few weeks ago a letter was read in a very creditable manner.MayorCommlssioneg The election to determine whetherthe
>hioh was Introduced by Representav night when pursued by Night Marshal the postponement of the election at the Chamber of Commerce, from A.' S. Gilbert remaining money in the bulkhead
| Acree, and which local sportamen Charles Prevatt and posse were on school bonds which wa scheduled Karl Lehman of the__Orange County issued' a proclamation recommendingthat fund shall be diverted to the street
posed, became a law, according to let to rest Wednesday when Mr. Pre for tomorrow. Early-this week Chamber of Commerce conveying a the earnest support of*the peoplebe fund which election was to have been
vices from Governor Hardee's see- vatt got a check covering the reward- these technicalities became apparent gentle hint' that Oceola county get ;Jri.n--to. thecamps1gn, and that held next Tuesday, has been postpon ,
offered for stolen
-jtary, on Tuesday, June 5. It 'was the car. and Tuesday Superintendent Yowell busy on a.highway beautification program all merchants advertise Better Homes ed. This action was taken at a special
The had
Ih* impression in Kisslmmee that the car which been parked in issued a calf for the county board of which would prevent too greata : Week by displaying such lines of meeting\ of the city commissioners -
ate when the bill would automatloaly ,the shadows on Church street near public instruction to meet. Wednesday change in scenery when the tourist goods a* promoted better facilities in Wednesday afternoon following a I
become a law if not vetoed was .The Gazette building In which the morning the members of the crossed the line. Someone had a the home. Mrs. J, M. Duncan! chairman request from the Chamber of Com' '
rtdsy. June 8. Five petitions ag- ,,thieves, steal Robert board; met at the office of Mr. Yowell bright idea and moved that the matter of, the Better Homes Work of merce that more time be allowed for
.fregating about two hundred and Schmidt' car made'get at the court house and, upon the advice be referred to the Business and Osceola county, appointed from the tests and investigation.
Forty signatures were sent to the away, was stolen from in front of the of George P. Garrett, acting attorney Professional Women' Club and that Washington headquarters on the recommendation At Wednesday's meeting .of the
urging him to veto the bill in Orlando about for the board in the absence being the easiest way.out at the time, of Governor Cary A. chamber Pat Johnston chad figures
governor h addition to tdlegrams from the 9:30 Monday night, two hours before of John S. Cadel, rescinded its pre everybody voted aye. Some of them Hardee, appeared before the Chamberof which he claimed would show the
commissioners and local sports- the thieves tried to annex another vious'action in calling the electionfor figured it out that such action would Commerce and got its endorsement feasibility of continuing the bulk. i
Ity Ford in Kisslmmee. Offers of $25 reward approval of a $95.000 bond issue. lead to results and some voted Just and afterwards secured the cooperation heading as planned originally. The
i n. for the recovery of, and of the merchants to assistin
The reasons yhv it was necessaryto for instance. commissioners had called the election
It Is understood that originally of the billwanted the $25 more for apprehension l of the cancel the call for the electionwere But the B. and P..W. Club- accepted putting on a Better Homes demon- because of their beliefS that further

Seminole county sponsors Lake and O- thieves, were circulated by Sheriff that the call stated the bonds the challenge. They're going to do stration. expenditures for bulkheading, in view
Orange -
to get in getting, the same law Frank Karel of Orange county Tues-I would bear Interest of not more than it.+.. They had a meeting Tuesday Mrs. Duncan reported that a of the difficulties in the way wouldbe
to join ;
cola all four counties but that Orange, day morning. Marshal Prevatt six percent," which wording la illegal night and waded right in.' They appointed great many of the merchants cooperated a waste of money. At's -
for lowing a clue to Orlando, in this matter and some
similar provisions% already did and would have invalidated the resultof a publicity committee to pop- meeting of the commissionersthey
[having did reported the recovery of the car and I the election. The exact rate of Interest ularize the idea, get flowers and splendid window displays calling at- were unanimous in their willingness -
bill I
[ not have the new passed, nor was shown the notice of offered reward .. tention to Better Homes Week were
Acree introduced the Seminole must be specifically stated, according shrubbery and keep the movement to let the Chamber of Comm.resatisfy
Lake. Mr. bill however and the later receiving a check from to decisions cited. Another In.the lime light, and they appointed made. Among the notable ones were Its membership a* to what
Bounty is ,law for both Seminole the owner. Robert C. Tintlo, agent reason is that bonds must be printed. anther to confer with the Orange a .beautiful display made by Katz action I ia best for the city. While they
same bill now Osceola. The text of the for a sewing machine company.Tlntle's Issued and sold before assessment can covnty folks and find out just what Brothers of window draperies a very adhere to their opinion, formed after
and became law June 6 II as car. like Schmidt's, had be levied for'them. They must be advertised I colors would match the noith side of editable display made by Osceola long study of the question, they passed I
which t
bill. a been
outfitted with ,
ingeniously a Hardware Company of everything '.
thirty days before ..Ie. and the line best. Miss Helen Sawyer, the following resolution:
follows: wire from magneto to coil rendering the county commissioners must make preideli of the club, appointed on needed In"the kitchen: a pretty display RESOLUTION "
An Act Regulating the Open Season a key unnecessary. The Tintle car, their final assessments the July I the publicity committee Miss Rhea made by Wenner &: Sawyer of Whereas, on the 5th day of June ;
for the Hunting of Game Birds which had the back windows cut out, meeting. This wonld not allow Com I Phrfgo. chairman, and Misses Frances pictures and other attractive ornaments 1923 the City Commission of the Cityof
and Game Animals in the County of and carried a large scar on the back pliance with the law regarding sale f Tress and Elsie Norton. On the for the home and a very suggestive Kissimmee passed a resolution
Oeceola, State of Florida: Regulatingthe as well as what- looked like an old of and issuance of the bonds. other committee( she named Mrs,Paul and useful display made by calling an election to be held on the
Hunting Running( of JVild Deer 1 bullet .hole, had been the .subject of. Stanley's Pharmacy of nail files,
Another reaaon which carried ,Stanley. Mrs. J.' D. Wood beck, and 19th day of June 1923 to determine t
with Dogs; ProvidingAag; Limit'on divers opinions.. One- theory advanced weight with the board was the information Mrs. W...E. Sanderson.Tuesday's wash rags, sponges, soaps, antiseptics whether the qualified free-holder '
Wild Turkey and Quail; Providing was that the sewing machine supplies which had come to them thata .I meeting was held at the bandages gauzes and other first would approve and ratify or reject \
that the Carrying of'a Gun in the in the car were there for ablind petition would be circulated to combine Chamber of Commerce rooms, combining aid articles. The Makinson Hardware the transfer of all funds now in the \
Woods of Osceola County Between and that the back windows had special tax school districts numbers eats and business. The dinner Company, Bank' of Osceola bulkhead fund to the street fund, and I
Certain Dates Shall Be Prima Facie been cut out to prevent reflection incase four, five and six, into one district was served by Saint John's Guild, and County, and Merchants and Farmers Whereas, th* Chamber of Commerce J
Evidence of the Violation* of the Game the car was pursued at night thus giving added funds to the then a couple of hours of business Bank, and others, assisted the campaign of the City of Kissimmee,' at I
Laws of Said County Providing forth Others attributed the bullet hole to by advertising relative to bet
; schools which Serve all these three was indulged in. It is understoodthat their. regular meeting the 18th dayof
Appointment by the Sheriff of the possibility that the car had been dia ter homea. June 1923 went ,t
other record
districts. This consolidation, if it among questionH uls- on a* requesting
Osceola County of a Special Deputy used as a "hooch-conveyor" and was should be authorized after proper petition ed, considerable interest'was manifestin An estimate made by C. L. Bandy, the City Commission to defer '/
Whose Sole and Only Duty Shall be wearing: wound stripes. Still others call, and election, would unite the matter of goats. In fact, so' county tax collector, showed that six i the election until after further
the Enforcement of the Fih and thought the machine salesman was into one district the territory east of some people say, the club is in the ty percent of the people in Kissimmee tests should be made, and more definite .
Game Laws of Osceola County Florida Ij the thief.. himself, possessed of sufficient with fraternal own their homesA obtained to the
,the Saint Cloud canal as far west as market for a good goat, one figures as actual .
; Providing for the Payment of a nerve to claim the car to divert [.Shingle Creek including Milliard's Island experience preferred. canvass as to the musical instruments cost of pumping dirt and making -
Salary to Said Deputy Sheriff out of j I suspicion.! This last theory and Boggy Creek sections. AU Six new members were admitted at 'I was made of the homes included the fill.Therefore. ,
the Fine and Forfeiture Fund of Onceola j'was disproved l>\ the fact that the of this territory is now benefiting by Tuesday's meeting. The new ones I in three blocks on one of the principal Be It Resolved by fhe i
County, Florida;' and Providing theft was reported to Orlando police the Kisnimmce schools, with the ore Mm. Bob Bullock, Mr. II. W. streets in Kissimmee and one City Commission the City of Kissimmee -
All Fines and Costs pV) by Violators '>two hours before the theives "wereiTprUed school bus transportation, and the Buttorff, Miss Lucille Johnson, Mrs. was found in each of these homes. : That the Resolution, and
of the Fish and Game Laws Shall be ." in their Kissimmee job. Mr. feeling seems prevalent that this ad .lensie Kleinmann.Mm.. George W. Another canvass made as to well- 'Notice of Special Election passed on
Placed to the Credit of the Fine and l Forfeiture Fund of Osceola County, 'where he represented the sewing machine the maintenance of the schools. new applications for membershipwere number of blocks on several streetsin for the 19th day of June!" 1923, be,
Florida; and Provldi of any of the Provisions of businecs in Kissimmee.W. Rep Floyd is celebrating his eigth- club is a going concein-if anybody that each of these homes ,had beautiful vokd, set aside and annulled.) '

this Act Shall Constitute a Misde-I B. McCay and Wm. R. Drum tccnth birthday today. needs proof of that fact. lawns, artistic window boxes and '
meanor. flowers all
lovely growing
Be It Enacted by the Legislatureof mond, in of Portland Kissimmee, Oregon last Saturday who arrived -, LEGION WILL: HAVE RED CROSS CLASSES ly, showing that care and IUXUJ'iant.I' BY G. A. RAND LADIES
the State of Florida: these.
Section 1. That any person or.per. : were so impressed by the possibilities DANCE NEXT FRIDAY PROVE INTERESTING I had been given to -The.;146th anniversary of the birthday :
:. ..ou..iD.Oaeeola County Florida. wh of'the city 'and surrounding country An inspection of the Interiors of of the United States Flag was ..
=. k shall injure. km hunt or'destroy by'aQ bat on Tuesday they purchased the Mak'niHMi-Canoa Pout Will Put On Home U.alNe'AncJ'Cjpe-OrITh.' Sick sevenJJoames showed them-beautifuland observed Wednesday ,.at Fraternity:'
. ,. means whatsoever or have or be' Tyson place on the Orlando First Of Many Social Activities Betiig Studied By,Average Of More perfect, in every detail: AmOng Hall. when, the Ladles of the G. ,A.
ih the possession of any'.doe or female road. The sale was made by H. C. At Graystone Hotel June 22 Than Twenty In Each Of Classes these were the interior of .the"Tucker R. Sedgewiek Circle, served dinner to,
d *r or any buck deer, wild turkey Stanford and the Nelson Realty Com -- 'home, the Lee residence and the Ed- the G. A. R and families.. About ,:

hen, or ,turkey gobler or quail pany. ________ All out for the big dance. The With the first classes half over the gar Katz home. forty people were present to enjoy
or any other game bird or game animal legionnaires arc going to have a good interest in the Red Cross classes on a 'bountiful dinner and, a, good, pro-
4 aa defined by the statute law of OSCEOLA TAX BOOKS time and incidentally make a little home .hygiene and care of the sick AMERICAN LEGION gram., '. .., .. \
the State of Florida between the 15th money. The scene of the festivities continues in full popularity. The girls' Dr. J. A. Sutton was the,principal '
day of January and the first day of < will be the Graystone hotel, and the class Is meeting every morning at ten speaker and made a most interesting

December, of any year shall be deem SHOW PROSPERITY date will be nex{ Friday night June o'clock and the women, meet In \the POST CHANGES NAME and inspiring talk on the origin of
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon the twenty-tooth. Every legionnaire afternoon at. four. The hallway at the five pointed star and the meaningof
conviction thereof shall be punishedas in this neck of the woods is supposedto the high school building is an admirable '1\--\ the color The program opened
provided by law. and the hunting Osceola Collections TwentyPer be there and everybody else who place for the demonstrations and Makinson-Carson 'Post' Will t with .everybody. alnging. "America"
,. or killing of any ...... bird or animal likes to dance is likewise expected to lectures, as a cool breeze is'.t all after invocation by Dr. Sutton. Mrs.
t I as denned by the statute law of Cent Ahead Of State purchase the permitting pasteboards. times apparent. Honor Both Kissimmeeans Amanda Wemple read the resolution, .
the State of Florida, within the limits Says Comptroller AmosC. If you don't think it a pin to be Miss Katherine S. Falwell the Red Killed In Action adopted by joint patriotic societies of \
-' of Osceola County except from the an all-to-the-merry affair pipe the Cross nurse and instructor ia the country regarding observance .of

- ,; first day of December of any year line up. The dance committee appointed ing to be an interesting inltructor.About Makinson 56th infantry Flag Day, and other readings were, '
,, until the 15th day of January *>f the L. Bandy. county tax: collector, by Pot' Commander Nelson half of her class periods are William T. 13 given by Joy Makinson. Myrtle Van
next succeeding year la hereby pro has a letter from State Comptroller Makinson consists of J. Nathan Bryan devoted to lectures and the other half fell at St. Mihiel on October 1918 burer Mrs. Breaker and Mrs.. BeD !
' hibited. Ernest Amos which tickles him. This chairman, with Hunter Di'lard' to demonstration. At first sight one the first of the iCissimmee men to be Modie. The much enjoyed program j

Section 2. That any person in Os letter sets forth-the fact that the general and W. J. Steed as co-conspirators. '' might think the hall of the high killed in action. later Nathan B. Car- closed with, "Rally Round The (
ceola County Florida, who takes or average of tax collections Sam Story and Sidney Richard are 'I' school buliding a hospital RO much Eighteen days Flag" sung by all present.
the state to June firstis son, Co. L, 5th Marines,made the supreme -
p klile during the open season for hunting throughout up the floor committee. These legionnaire I demonstration material la collected
as prescribed by Section 1 of this 66.13 percent. Mr. Amos then goes will see to it that there is good there. A bed, and various other sick sacrifice in the Argonne. the METHODIST MISSIONARY
Act more than one deer, two turkeys, on to say that It i is' a cause for con- music, good time, and good refresh room appliances are in evidence, and Time passed, and formed a post in of Kisaimmee. SOCIETY HOLDS MEETINGThe
gratulations to Mr. Bandy that Once- American Legion was '
and two hundred (200)) game birds ments. the students are taught the construction -
of the same species shall be deemed ,ola county's average of tax collections The legionnaires have been doinga of home made paraphernalia of Following' a customary procedure Womans Missionary Society Of
named for the the First Methodist Church held Its ,
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon I for the same period is 87.21 lot of work, now they're going to urgent need in a sick room. this post was afternoon '
I conviction thereof shall be punished !!''percent' of 21.08 percent more than play a hit. Some say the formationof Each class is averaging about twen- action first Kissimmeo and the local man legionnaires to be killed honored in regular business at the Bungalow.meeting Monday Mrs. J. L. \
the for the state. ,
by law. average the Auxiliary, which is meetingthis members session. Certificates
provided ty
as : I per
the of the society.presided ,
Makinson Overstreet,
1 But that isn't the only thing which Billy by calling president
Section 8. That any person in Ostoola afternoon to add finishing touches will be !given to those completing the and devoted
Makinson the hour
Mr. Bandy says his office shows in hour who have post the William T. Post was .
County, Florida, who hunts or to their organiation, precipitatedthe twenty-two ourse,
of committees. Asurprising
runs wild deer with dogs, shall be relation to prosperity. He says thereare frolic. At any rate the membersof !' been in regular attendance. Mrs. W. of the American Legion. chiefly to reports assistance
lives for the amount of
their rendered -
misdemeanor and fewer tax sales this year than ticklod that Makinson chairman of the depart- Other men gave
deemed guilty of a the lesrion are muchly :! B. disclosed in ;
for aince 1911. Not onlyare cause for which these two men died. by tho Society was )
upon conviction thereof shall be punished any year I the Auxiliary is getting under'way ment of women's work of the local
than for twelve But Billy Makinson and Nat Carson these reports, more than a hundred
the tax sales less They'liprobably that
as provided by law. and they're going to celebrate. Red Cross chapter announces
west"In record where assistance \
who "went
Section 4. That any person in Os years, but the buyers of certificatesalso I have more d.nces.I lid other classes -can be formed next were the onlv two cases being on
the sick \
The condition existsin has been rendered to or
Florida who takes indicate belief in the future. of slQitlln week if there Is sufficient demand for action. same
ceola County, or they've adopted a fort where material relief\
other cities. Recently Legion posts shut-ins or
kills more than 20 quail in anyone This belief Mr. Bandy bases upon the without woids whkh-is to the effect them. All women and girls are Invited -
into their name the has been provided. _ _
have been taking
fact that the higher priced propertiesare
day, during the open season for hunting ? that their dancer will be conducted to attend sessions of the present honoring
,. or who has in his possession on being bought by individuals more after a manner which will Ix1 attrnctip classes and determine if they want to other one, in some cases even title. At- METJIODIST JUNIORS t
anyone day more than 20 quail, shall 'than ever before. This year the total t!> ladies and gentlemen, at the organize: another full class.) Miss three heroes with triple at the local HAD A LAWN PARTY
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, tax sales amounted $5308.51. Of this same time furnishing needed recreation Falwell conducted a class for men in last Tuesday's meeting discussed and I,
and upon conviction thereof shall be amount $3308.63 or 62 percent were of t the wholesome 801 t.GInI.S' Georgia which proved decidedly popular post the question was Nelson The Junior department of the
punished as provided by law. bought by individuals, while only She would be glad to form amen's such action endorsed by H. Methodist Sunday school enjoyed a
Section 6. That it shall be prima $1999.18 went to state certificates. SWIMMING CAMPMADE class in Kisslmmee if the men Makinson, post commander.The and the lawn party Tuesday evening at the
is desire. other members present. name Methodist Bungalow from 7 to 9
facie evidence where any person A BIG HIT so
SPANISH WAR VETERANS Henceforth the name
was changed. o'clock. About sixty people were
found in the woods of Osceola County -
URGED TO GET TOGETHERJ. the Kissimmee will be the Ma.
Florida, carrying a single barrel I Tuesday morning, June 5, a numberof BIG EASTERN STAR of klnson-Carson Post post No. 10 of the present to indulge in the games and

shot gun, double barrel shot gun, A. McCarthy, of Saint Cloud, high school girls chaperoned by PICNIC NEXT THURSDAY American Legion. refreshments.
Winchester shot what is com- Misses Anne and The amusements were in charge of
gun, or who is sergeant of Outpost No.1 of Shockley MargaretStanford This action in no detracts from .
monly known as a pump gun, Win- Theodore Roosevelt Camp No 13 of left Kissimmee for a week's Orlando Chapter No. 131, O. E. S., the honor due Billy way Makinson the Mr. and Mrs. Cal McCanghen and '
chester rifle, or other highpoweredrifle Sanford, is trying to locate the SpanIsh camping trip at Alligator' Lake. will hold its annual picnic Thursday first to fall, but it gives the same Leo Wilson, while the refreshmentswere
from January '15th of any year war veterans in Osceola county. Those in the party were Athalia Grif- afternoon, June 21, at Lakeside honor to Nat Carson who followedhim presided over by Mrs. Mae
to December first of the said year All men who served in the Spanish- fin, Ina Phay, Catherine Denning.Parol Park. All Chapters are invited to be in the path which heroes trod. Swain, Mrs. George Sigler, and. Miss

that said person Is hunting during American war are urged to> get in Makinson Dorothy Bullock, present, members being urged to It honors one none the. less; it gives Lois Overstreet. the closed season for the hunting of communication with him. Information Irene Spence and Ruth I1erzlM>rtr. come and bring their husbands and the other honor due. -CONFERS--
I. O. F.
wild game, birds and animals, as defined can be had from J. M. Cooperor During the last days of the trip their families, and all visiting Stars in the I O. DEGREE ON DR. SUTTON

in this Act Phil L. Moore in Kissimmee.ited guests were Della Fleming and Mil- community.A W. C. T. U. CONVENTION NEXT
Section 6. That it shall be the duty dred Reams, of Tampa. Miss Stan- program of sports will begin at MONDAY AT SAINT CLOUD Osceola Lodge No. 74, I. O. O. F..
- of the sheriff of the County of Osce- I : in the fine and forfeiture fund of I ford returned home on Thursday. 1 ::30 p. m., and supper will beeaten -- at the regular session of the lodge
, ola, State of Florida, to appoint a Osceola County, Florida. I Boating, swimming, and fishing, together about 4:30. Everybody is urged to The district convention of the Os- last Friday night conferred the initiatory -
deputy sheriff whose sole and only Section 8. That all general r.nd with "eating," kept the girls bring bathing suits and well-filled reola county district of the Woman's degree upon Dr. J. At Sutton.
duty shall be the enforcement of the I special laws and each pert or parts busily occupied but a few of them baskets. Coffee and ice water will be Christian Temperance Union will hold Fifteen or twenty members from
fish and game laws of Onceola Coun. 'thereof which shall bo in conflict with found time to get a beautiful coat of served on the grounds. its convention at the Presbyterianchurch Saint Cloud were in attendance. After -
ty, and the State of Florida; and the the provisions of this Act are hereby sunburn. Kissimmee Eastern Stars and their in Saint Cloud next Monday, the work the Odd Fellows adjourned
County Commissioners of Osceola repealed in so far r.s same shall limit, Thursday evening the crowd were families, and visiting: Stars, are urged June 18.There. to Roberaon'u drug store
; County, Florida are hereby authorized or abridge the effectiveness of this guests of town folks at a fried chicken to wear tags giving their names will be a morning session at where arrangements had been made
an dempowered to appropriate a Act; and it is hereby specifically provided supper, and on Friday: evening: the and city in large letters, as the committee 10 o'clock, an afternoon session at for refreshments.
sum sufficient, each year out of the that :neither this Act nor any Richards who own the Alligator hopes to make the picnic a two, and the night session at 7:30.
/Fine and Forfeiture fund of said provision hereof shall be' in any way Lake camo, entertained them with a real get-acquainted affair.A Former Congressman Charles B, INFANT SON OF .
, county ba.used In conjunction with! repealed; abridged,1' limited in its chicken pilau.S.turday number of prices will be offeredto Haines of Altemonte Springs. will be : DR. BRINSON?DIES %
the funds "provided' by law tinder the operation''by: 'any.ipeefal or general afternoon the girls faceda those attending. There will be a the speaker, at the night meeting. ,
' general gam ..d'dish laws .01 the legislation',hereafter'enacted unless- terrible disappointment, when Miss orixe for the Chapter bringing the ; 'The, people- xt..1mex.
State of Florida, payment of such repeal-abridgement,,' or limitation Shockley found it necessary to return largest delegation; a prize to the oldest GROWERS WILL MEET' TUESDAY tend tar-::sincere ')sympathy Dr.. and.
; the salary'of'the: said,deputy'sheriffand { shall be provided'tor in xpresa home, but Mrs. Reams came to Mason present, to the youngest j ... Mrs.HaYnes. minion whose four
r the enforcement of the._-provisions form referring-to and particularly' the rescue and chaperoned the girl ;Eastern Star member to the fatteat The audit of.the books of Osceola months-old SOD died yesterday after<

ir of this.,Act and the,general Jaws, of designating this' Act. -m.' for the rest of their caasp. Member and the thinnest, to the tallest Growers* Inc..,- was completed.yeatar- several. day ill..... with whooping-' .
'4 the State of .Florida ,with .....ferenceto Section. 5t t This 'Act,,stall take{effect TheY' report such good time that and the shortest day. and the director are meeting to- cough., U. .( J
I, the protection of ftsh-aD4 game. immediately upoq its passage, they are already planning to accept i day. On next Tuesday-evening at 8 The body will be taken todav ';..
Section 7.3: Tht. all flne.:and eosU( &lid approval by (hi'Governor or -upon the Invitation of Mr. and Mrs.,.Richard Miss Virginia THler left Kissimmee 'o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce the former home of Dr. .and ,Mrs.Brlnsen .-' i
1 laId by the violators of any of the its becoming.. la"...without his,approvaL to 'spend another week there last,.Munda, for Colorado' where she, i there-will.be_a meetiag of the grow. ,. -Hahirsw'T Georgia,. for' In- ... ,

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f: ;: '; f / ;j I AMERICAN. NOTES LEGION i .part roes! of was from.the not War/;' insufficient due made Department to neglect Congress appropriation but on the Resulted to--1 II 3"or: Hour-Summer*. I I"i-.V Which_ Way. ,, is_ the,Wind Blovsfingf9i ? JV l I

I 9. 00HardIng having been by I ..
conduct the work. Arlington is prob. 0 .. :

Support Legion's, Uni>ersal the most known nalienal <$. ... . .... . -.........-.. ...." .1"t::;,
Draft ProgramThe ably widely. $JzCUllb'O"Ut8 \ ......' :: VO.. '-y. .-....:.. -- V ..._.......':- ..... _
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I" L" ... American Legion considersPresident thousands of the country's! most celebrated ."" .;.. l j II', J .'"- .---r--.,; ". ,":',':';
I. << Harding's indcrsement of b I I '.-" " I j.I: .. .
'''-i. .. universal wartime draft of capital,. la- heroes. II' l ?:.: afe t ,. t" I' \j: .( MOW. '' ""''". '
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'"1 .1r-: bor and industry, expressed,\ in his .Kansas. City nevi\c* Flair i"IIIIY>l -et""' Where5it :.I. ,.. " 1 .." ''" t..:.. ., "

I r Memorial Day Address at Arlington "A' Flag on Every i'lairpole EveryDay ; .-,- \.i\.4fY \ ;" ? /, ,// '' 'm' .\ '' ".;'.: '
Cemetery Ha a most important step from Sunrise to 'Sunset" \is the I ... Breezes ION V .> =... ,". '- \ tts4/l/// . n l.r "W Co'LL :SEEi/-/ """ .
'. toward the of world :: : . ,
achievement conducted in ; V
slogan of. campaign \ ..
,{ peace, according; to Lemuel Bollee national Kansas City.a, under the au"pcei:: of i -"" ,; '>.'(. d5\ ..:--.-... '" -., , -f M.'i;:: >'
. . n1< n's organization.adjutant of the ex- crvico the mittee.American Legion Flag )Day coni- i' l f.( 'J'JI. )j . C"J'' ,I ? '. '-- "",".,",'<.<,'.,.<'",,."'..'

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t :. ". "Taking the profit out of war will This campaign was inspired by the > . :
1 . the activities of railtoad and hotel v-.f .-A,. \X <:?x '--:> "- "'
discourage ruilitaijs- I'e'nt'Isit of National CoMiroaivlcrAMn \ i ; ; \ .k.. .. ,, '" "-
Tie profiteers who foment international of the American JAjrioh I. \ <1)1 .
Owsley) .. :A\-. ; .,,,,, /5' : : ,
1 discord with a view of amassing l. when, lip made his well known .. 1ATES.... \ : .. "',)' .... '''' <'

'wealth during the peiiod when a plea for display of the flajf\ from _. ,.. .. -. .".. ,,\ ,. -'" ;

lion is organizing" /: all its! resources. t1a'l I schools und public I buildings..Following I I ...........,................. I -1'""" "' ' ..., I )\;" ? ,', .. ''. '" ",'".. .
11 in the war, Mr. Hollei !stated. )" the visit of I Ihf 1 1I-j.0I.< : \, ":' . ' AsKB "''-'O, ..".. ', .. \
American Legion nt its fast & 1 Beachesin 'I . ;; : .-1 ...... "
lender, t to 1 l\unsas City II 'cn'eil njcrease Best Bathing .. / -: II 'i'ij. : \

convention ado)>teoJ a resolution favoiinr \ in the number! of flags ,jjQlIY', ) .". : ; \ ; ...... ". < , \'\ \

the proposed' ,1I'uft of j nl \\11- noted. this! increase' inauj11'1It"1: | Florida: ''' '' ''/! /' ; /41: ........... J.- ,,.". .'::.......,'......,,...,".

I nil resources as well\ as i hI' man power 1'-d 1 a ,ca nnaiirn; which )lui1extciuli1 J to .. I ''l fl.r "'f'' '-"::;;. r' ."'-0: : "" "" '"-;:
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-4- :... _._ : : of the nation during all] future ron"TlictS. ivory public huiliiinj j Mild I t to a nuii'iiity I CHAMBERCOMMERCEf : .......... ...... ',. .., .

: Through its. nntional 1< : of down town .stores! an.. :. (,fti/; | _ -' .,: -, ; : 0..... ......'I "" OS.,,,,
11/.1"18'1 / /, littraturt on AppliiafiorL i n: \ ", ;( .
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1ive committee, legion will 1 I /Tr5'A/: : .I' '
luilclmjrs. |i ilb.'l't I. ., ....... -l"/ ; '-.. ".
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vor to obtain the<< enactment of :\ T. Hutrlungs: )Jin-' .- ('' ol 1 ;;- ,- ... :-:.: "",

4 lotion providing for this! remedy to 1111 I the A nt'rlean )Legion Trust .A S'OdH'1 -- - .. --, _. ,-, .--, '/- ..o\_\. .,. J 0 :;',' (, ,,0; ,? "iI'' '

injustice suffc'reci by the men wh'> lion, founded to "s..1 i l legion pi ,.v IIJA ,.,.'.... I ">>.. ."
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fight for their ( ountt. T.iw suppoit the ..ulMincilunt of educational! > 9 \ ?: it.. \ 'D '
of President IIa' li'llt houl f I dlO.r-1 ,' ..... \ ) ,... ,..;:' ; '" .,
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I itulile, pat ioPc; !jiuipoes, :;: :;: : 6 _' ""< ;;<.
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victory for the iiieasux which if TIlE WATCHER V \ .
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::. will]I be n most! imp biis IKC-II les'-fi'l '
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the woil I Ipeace. ) -' } \
j. tep toward achievement of ; I tludisplaj i /if !lii' 1111000nlll! ; <. : :. > vv .: v .> ':- .. <. -: YV '? VV i I .. ',. _o.:_-.: ... //1' \: ,. ..;2. .,
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I eni Iii c'.j! on mot.or tin- ''m) "r.a lit ., : .....
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iTeaidentHarding] s statement< I i buildings: of the;:. (itV. I.I I I"A 'I 1"he ; VI 1 Dixie) (;lap, V .' : '' ''' "
I made in Connection with attack .n I, Somevieks : I 111' -t ate R >aid:' I IJj'la.tll1l'I'1 --1--.
un <> :.dc> roni thi "p'ltiio'i.: : .mpul.-i j jI iro 0 I .' n ..
conscienceless! piofiteers" of the I' l > t t iboi' irlil} t I'uKill' ), . an ;MI : 1 -t!
of I tins/ (c-i.mpai.jrn.' ) : :Mr I I lluti I 'Inn,"* / f'" ,' __
I I World "If 1 conflict I spnatiili, < nnd '. '(otio'i of thlUMc1 ---V .. . .
war. evei com" 0'H.d.-"l'lHi'; i f< il cIM.1 i 1 .IMUt> I to. IMI1Kout : I..n'1'\/ .1 > .. .. ." .
: I'uin. MI* will not ulotif' cull to> -orice ,cf ili-iij.iMng" 'Old* ) dluiv', It i-j I I I Iliili 1 is ii iHIM'"- t htI I I.ur fnmriNi 0 ,-' --V >.. . .,.'., -. 1 .' '. ...... ;/ V-. ,
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\'i the cf the landhi .l ha- 'I 1'1 'j i his Nin pit: i1'. '-'rill' : for thi ... ''' .\ "' '0
I youth < ) inn- mipnie\,' ,i.iv'hixl" ol, -h.." Irr I cup|> )JimpOSI .. .. '' ' ,. -. ;,, . 1".r.;:
the main: fought all ." or I llll- | | In. :hnt,,. ,II ,1s 111' .. .... ". ; . ., '. .... . .. '.
r. ouM..M: < 1'- th"* ,In In f ..1' tnc iin/iniv. in"" tin- i "i i s I -ii\:" ." I ; .?ze : :, .' ' S? ", .ow

< ;'. .'- -unl. ill pint'' I. ",,1'1'( 1 ,,t Iillll".I'i I i I ..1.1., i I II | 1 D'MI1>i (;i.lp. .\ '.0111\/ t till; I till', !' t I''1U I I < _"r- ; -_ ". ,: ':" : . ;;: -t ..-:.. .' ;' ;"L.'' .',I". ... .". ..:.. V"

..\ill ,II aft eveiy, i usouir. i\ <*ra 'tiiiv. I AP' <',ill i'oinmitli'd Inill.ML'i i' 'miller-I ) pn t nu'IIItinti'l/ I to \Mthings -' I I -.- ;:,....,.. "1- ".. .: :.i<:-o: "'.'; '-, .- .M. 'M' A ., ..Cc _"' " i

: I nil of wea'ltli and nuke common( tl'r) i un>p.ii'n. an.! is nuitmir t d.iilv' t up. After fi'v. heavy rains -- --- : ___'__:';:;t.:;.."", .. ...-L. _, .

: cause of the nation's preservation ,I to I 11' 'Ut! I pinkie"' "*. l Kvory i in-t.uic'c }had connind! t tlie luif lumln'r t t. uris-1 I

fjoci grant that no conflict will come I"lId ihuvneil their thiough t the .
I. : uhiTi' u ll.iu/ "ik fl> uif| I i- )MI('01 del J and way

S I :'j'ain.: but if It does, it shall lie without I .1 ii'potl) on this i"fol'uwIIOI1 will in dt tour tl... \\;hilcmass > : > > > + < < < : < > > > < I i i..r SKI, nt :Mi4; : :-..iiii.n :;::7 NO;. *:. 0"1 Iill.' .AI'i'I.It' 4.IIIINIII.T\ \

profit to the non-comliat pai I I "''lId,' \I.y ( In' tomiiiiltec' eat'1 h month. 1'01'1 ';.! without; ally i f its leJeemfcaluus 4 > !.Ixi:1: of Ms.: ... Him i 21 aii i>r ,ii>o% .. i I 1.:1.

I licipants except m they share in the Tinnidi1 i espouse J. t to thei.imptiign i il',, While the detour v.a3 :5: Legal Advertisements I| lundt hrlnit In Township. :Ml: South I| N'lI'S: ; I IS I .HI'IY HIVHN That
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Ianle": ::1. I': flshruil. . nf Tax 4'ertln,
triumph of the nation. I ill KunsBx Citv. has cuu-cl legionnieinhers not exactly impassible it surely did I :-/0. TII'NWV: ur N\\4 sirtion i iTownship r..I. Nos 693 a,,.! 591 dati-d tile Silt

I. , i ill other i cities f ti> "on il'r try t the patience of the dear people.Rcali >. :.11 I South. Kanmi: Ka: ..t. all ;i iI of1' .jun,'. A. I 1'.112. hus flied said
General Frank y. limes director of extension (.1' the movement to .in/ that this unusual conditionrequired 4 4 4. 'l .:. + o + o o o o .i. . I ..i f above l.inili bflnn .s..d at the certificates In my nnd, has made
the United States Veterans' Buienu every the Watch- In I In special treatment .
section t of the United States. Judicial Circuit: of tli. Stat e of Florida i: In Ih<- liHnif i>fV \\'. OnlwaNo \'. I , with law. Said crillfloatcsmbriii' .
has issued new fire regulations for ,----,-- - c r took his rusty. old rimeophone that In and for Onoeola eIlUn'' .lumen I! 67 N\\\, i-f NF.l I. Sen... 27 III'Tounshlp .. .* the rOUOWlli described prop

all government?: hospitals caring for BIIOM I DES Iad not }been used for 'several years, Dvplrr. Plalnilir, ".. \\'llll"m) U. KenI I' :HO South H.IIIK :'Jl i:: Kast: "rt).. situated. 0"011 uunty.,, Florida -
I disabled veterans of the World War, -- oiled. \ it H little and .started it off neU.. fcnelunt DanmKi-s tl&bUUO., No- || The saul, lent IxliiK nssrssi-U at the I towitLots
tick of Institution of Suit and Kumtnorm .1..1. of the l IN..n..r sitld. rcrtlflMttts &4. D. anj (19. Kenilnolo Land and!
as a result of a ,survey; conducted by (1St. Augustine/ Record) ) Qff. with the following result: 10 Appear. 'rtie. State of . In the. iiHni.' of riilcnoHR I'nlrssftld I Intestmrnl. ('ompalY.. Subdivision& of

I the national rehabilitation committee Txiiy man longs for a nice horn "lIom t*. Kfimf No GOt) American certlflruti-H shall 'h l p ndrin uroidlnK I ..I ..xrvpt Hi* 8Vt H\S* >4. Section<< :
I of the American Legion. Specially to May away f'om. "A song of the gay and! Slate Dank Hulld''" fe. Iuiinlntf.Ili ti> IKW tax deed will issue '. Township. 27 South. Hanx 30 F.K.
i designated legion members will watch .* .* .*. All free from jealousy)', care and \ hliiaii. and to all whom U ">ujnn- t it. reon the Kth day of July. A 1>. The. said land being asaossi- at rife, rrri.: Votict IH. lierrli,>' glen that.. suit I ". J. L )Vt TtRTR. tT. date of the Issutric.of of amid ,'
the government hospitals to see that "I'm it shining!: ejcample;: ," said t the baLt v c'him.nt was lrifltltut, *' t these regulations are observed. :Minor to the Powder Puff. Wheic joys; and sorrows' .can n\ ('1'-, .abo\' .-iitltlf-tl court HhlU '.a....* l>"lniir polH d>unt>.. KlorldH Unlesii aald ..rtltlt
The legion, for three years has .*. .5 .*. mix entitled us ,, furtli The 1 nullernbrnccii I It>' H<< Ii UU1.L.OCK. H f deemed ar"ordlnI.w.: d.. will
for While riding along the-uoble l lIixIe the lut.reHt. of the said \\ illlum iSKAL: :.-Gt I lasue thereon on the Slat day of fought fire-proof I
governmentowneol ; ,,
No Eliza motorcycles aren't used smooth and In Lot 9 of lll'irk .'1. It 1 1523. J I. MVKItMTHHRT.
: and operated hospitals to care for motoring-but for cxorcininp.: Highway HO .Lri'uldiriK tu the.'list, of I he Hul,,'ll\lti-I MITK I.: Of-' U'PLIC'A"'IO'\i .'0" TIIKRIt. .\ \ .('I'rk Clrcll <'"t.riI
for the war's disabled. The recent .* .* .* Right here the Watcher stopped the ton of KIssInmcI. latk. i ...'rotu, ('''Ufl-' : i iVOTICK (HKA1.) 0"011 ('ounl)'. Florida

L fire at theManhattan State Hospital If Uncle Sam's job )holderserc machine. I He wouldn't stiind for dividing tPlotidit. and iiit>tti<*"l iimonK tli" ; is Ii |:lKIICilVKS.: l ; The' J7-5t fly Ilullook, II. C .
: i .Ol'tls, -uf Oafeola, i'ounti'.lorlila. I InI'lat ,, Mnherta Itollff. pun haner. of Tux OrIllicate I
i Tolkhe. Insane at New York in which placed, end to end:! it wouldn't serve : the"word at the end of a line HwoK 1 at, 1'10;'* 41.I ; und also tli.' N.... PUo::. \':::Tv;. 927 and $2K. dated I I !OTUa OF AI-IM.I4'ATIOV FOH TAXi
I a number of shell-shocked veterans any: purpose except that of making in order to make! a rime. No shea., follow IIIK perttiMial prapfriy.lz ;J I.I Die 2nd lost their liven caused the legion to ends mc-tt. wouldn't tolerate it for a minute. work horses. nnd hurries. 1 C-huin*- hid! sail tertlAcite in toy f>fHce and I IIIIIR IS<< ":HFIY 1IVKN.) That
undertake the which resulted .* .* ua ori':: 11 mowing teahlt- 1 IIUN' t.ik" I mad application for tax d..1 t'i T Tissue II II Hudson purrha..r of Tax Certificate -
survey He the mucket and) shovedthe
pressed .
t on 1 plofN 1 harrow and I lot of. toolK I u nJ in aiiordnixe' with law Said No. 10JO. dated the Cth day of
I in the Bureau's. issuance of the fire The robin! i ill dinrer than all the 1"'lt : gilderfluke oven to the )left and farm_ litiiilfnifnts. loeuted on thf.olth: : I i in t tlficates ..rubr...... the following: fierlhed I I June. .. J). 1SZ1. hnit. ni.-.l! said crtlflicnte .

regulations. The peacock can boast of the finest it began once more; w "I.I"uat.r of th I NorthtaM'; ':|iUitit i" a. propertnituated. I In Onceola :' In my offlie and has n'Ad. applll .
frill and, ,hair, of th,<* Voith I .:tst i'..uni \ Florida t..>-..11! [I II. l I cation for tax d.. to Issue In ar. ord-
The American Legion Plans To ; "Sad and moul nful! the )h'z'.11, l idle-l '.....rl.l. "f tIe Voithw-Rt, iiuart-r\ of I..... 14. Illo. k A. C A. {'armons Addition I pine with law topic ,'.rlth.a.. ,'mIbiaces -
Carej j, The little yellow canary cnn sing the Ever talc- of S. .-ti.." wlit\ -llTowlishlp. twlttt tu KI..lmll., etuhra' <4L'l in Tax I folluwlnar ( ,'." property
For World War Orphans best; I telling a woeof ; ilSouth.. HatiKv 29 Kept ..r TullnliuNrt. c, rtlflcate No. "":. and ...l" 27. :2. ""d'' slfuated, In Ooceola County "-lurid.
nut the stork is the bird with grief and sorrow, ti-nrs ail .lili.>..KC< oltt i'ouul" > KNti ion. ta. ..mhr'.1! In Tax Certificate to-wlt
With the belief that the problem of And autos stuck in awful mud ; ) on urn hfrpby <'onimand to l>f* antlHpl '!''. l.otr. Ji i to 41 lnrluHl\e except' hot. IS. of Block I> of Eur'k.

caring for orphans of the World Warin biggest bill..* .* .* th"'l For light and joy there is no rroni. ,,'nr In the nluMf ttttl..Iptup.* 011. Ifi und 311. enihrti In Tax C.rtlfl.. The said I hind b..h.: aaiieiiaeil at tin'
etc' :2nd five will be second to All nature's in r'I: ? i I I a
;years only Perhaps it is the open door in wrapped dcipcst tess, the ., ,nn '. incnte No. rJf. of S. ,...nd the m'.utl"1 N. Walker Unlesn I
that of disabled veterans, members of China that is gloom Judf of. the uboiourt and my "p.nt. I' .\ I ItI.lltlon said .. be redeemed an.cordtnic .
the American Legion are preparing to rcRponnihle for the successful There is no hope-" Aw come ill II., i ,k thereof on thin th.- yth du> of !:0 Tie i t said lanil being liKHeaned nt the ( to law. tax dee will tacos
gutewav of tht bandits.! Al.rll, A. l >. l-?3. J.IO\.r..r..t.l I II'lcik ''dale! . .
provide relief for the children of their ntw. that's too doggoned 1 mout"lfulIt nf tftauunce of iiaM certificate In I thereon on the 16th )/ July. A nI9tt
* the aho'ollrl .
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i name' K I..esley.
I former comrades! who are left in destitute Kecipe For Longevity isn't that bad if a few autos lid ', (I'liiiiH I'ourt Seal) ,. siild: certificate ;; he ...nllf.h:; ac-":tf I Clerk Circuit Court. _

circumstances in the years to When walk ijtt stuck!" ]He pulled out the j.ib"iInti Johnston, & ' |' ior.tlnir to 1..11tax deed. will Issue < 27-&t Oaceola County. Florida
you r'uiiiiKi I lor Complainant :2)- III |thereon on the IIIlh da or
come. July.
nnd prevaricate stops, rave it a A.
And when you fliv --- --- ,'11123 J. U OVWHHTHKET. JAIL SENTENCES FOR
Under the direction of Georrre A. Look both little more gas, hoping to get Something !M> ri<'K' IIUI.It.:". Clerk Circuit Court. D'I.
Withers of Clay Center, Kansas, ,And try to live. more cheerful. Thin is what I OFMICKTIXJ.. 27-St CxiceOU County. Florida. I LQUOR VIOLATOR

chairman. the legion's national war .*. .* happened: TO TIIH NTI..KIIOT.OEItS OK THK ThftJOPat .- V
orphans' committee, a survey of the I fiftY AN TttADINfl! rlCK. OK APPl.irATIO. FOR TXir : ; that the Florida has .ever-
condition of war 'orphans and. tacill- :;.11 your 1 leg 1 is! loose get tightened "Sing hi, sing hOtling\ a song of whom It may concern: NOTICfcS 114 V V DKKIH'NdT1CR . I I will le&llture on the
before' the thble tips and breaks your mirth . . III:KHY OlViX that on the 25th day < IM ,.HURKIiT OIVKN. That pane
ties alresiy: established for them will dishes. All of Ju"... A, I). t23. at ten o'clock A. t-eon. It. Bans purchaser of TaX Orllncal -,' July 1923 the act having
bp conducted by legion members in every work' cuaranteed.-Fur For it's mighty:; good to 1.e on earth. )M.I a tncetlnir of the stockholders of ... No. tll1. dated the (th .day of I been .Iae by Governor

,state. An attempt will be made niture repairer'slad' in-the Drcnierton, ., The invbirds qjawk and the i\ tourists the Bryan Trndlnfe' \ ('(miun>' will b.. June., A. I). 1D21.:! has filed said certlflcatu %-,, -
.- ...' Wash., Evening Searchlirht.! ; 0 CUIS'1 : -V bald at the .fnCBot, the Company In In my ofllce and ha. m.oI.apPU"1, 'I Violators of the prohibition 0
to estimate the number of statutes
orphans S .* T tile ofllc of .rohnalon & 'at ..IIU.." for tax deed. to .. '
'rrho will need relief at the end of a When they fee things in this awful KI..slrn"' .-... OK<'eola (Count. Florida. 'nee with law. Said "" ae..ord-I will fac severe penalties for Infringe'
;, period of five years. Many; a man with one foot in the muss; Thia 111..4.tlnur IN called pursuant to rt-n- l itI5-s, th" rolhn'lnl described rtropert' '. ment those itatutes.the law

; Although there is no manner of grave does enough kicVinjrwilh the And they say; -" Glutton, of tin- 1-toutd of lnr-ctorH ufBald ., Kltnatrd, t'.la. County KlArliia I viding for stiff fi"e and jail pJ'I .
other to make for it. P Culiitan) nBHtcl at their ln'-etlllkron I., wit I
arriving at the exact total number of up.* .* The'atdll'r} jumped on the machine .M l .,.\ ::!Inl. ,und In flLb.#* purpof.t" of : l.nto I and 2: Illock 2. A. K l>uiie- I( cen A little mor leniency is to b

children who will require assistance, and stopped it, for he wouldn't approving I ,, the uitlorm. \ of the l \ I'> .,'. Sph-dl-iHion l of N'" of SKV. of I II .I shown, for firlt offenses. but theN
l l Even the habitual elbow-crookers! Including, the Kulf nf the, NM'4 "f NW Township'Z" ,''
the legion has examined statistics of 1 listen to what said about that "I\.or..j I S of Section 28. will be no mercy for the '
ire loss annoying than the chap who they i>f .iicot, aii')', :uid u ".' f s.uth rtanK Rait I 1 breach
:1 of the; prohibition
the Civil War and it has been estima- I laws/
i. dttour. lie was puzzled what to do. trubur. stock ..f paid ", Th. lucid land assessed at the Th
: ted that there will be from .35,000 to habitually; crooks a little finger wh.ndrinkinlt but finally pullej out the agitate andpotato ,. creasing, the capital. stock or the ii>"' dnte of Insunnce b.lnJ. i certlncute In I j: me.llure which is now awaiting

40,000 war orphans in this. country in from a. glass.. stops and turned it loose oncein pany. charging, the. riuni, ..f tho. <.ornpuli -1 i It... name. of J. II Mcl>onald. Unless operation on the first of next
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.: ) i'hattKliiK. the t"ilnfiHl i | .fn, ji : uUI rtlflcate shall be redeemvtl uv- month, provides for offense
about twelve first -
t years. The difference between ,re. It buzzed for a moment then place of huKlneHS .Irrrih'IriK, the autherlxeil |! < to liatax deed will Issue i punishment
the .ral./
; The for relief !peopleand of a fine of not leas than 125 _ _
legion's plan include* !began:: as follows, : amount of 1"'I"h'.dnp.. of on the hitch dnv of July. A. n. I
four provisions. The most desirable the politicians is that the politicians "Of all the dallied gosh-awful Halil c know what thev want. ti' ..Bcllim, 'h other un.l fiirth'i. ( lerk !
method the .in su< Court a sentence of not less than thirty
of for children
caring according l'lr..ul
places! . ... jai
buHlneHK ai niai. 'nf I b for the in- t- ::7..1 ) .)'. Florida :
to Mr. Withers is ( nor more than six months. The
to keep "Hey; there stop that! exclaimed l I IIIK.
The \ -I
them in their homes, if possible, and Holstrin cow brags about its the Watcher cs he jerked the )lever TlilH t I.- :1'Sid 1 daif :sIt., .A 1 II. lli'3c M> S its: OKMITK YI A'. 1)15(11 : second offense will call for a fine of
butter! fat. The girl in the city b-ags! 1-:, III' K 'Rf'. not less than
to assist their mothers by ohtainingmothers' nnd made it He "" id' ) un I'rrsidttitAtlrsl Foil nii. iIi n 'lt. : $1,000 nor mere than
about but iuit.| was frankly .N; I' Ml ,. St.* & TreuK'r. "In. th fvoiiTitJuilcu'M ,
everything her fat. ) at( :v Court of i M ;l$5,000 and imprisonment for less
pensions and other relief '" .* .*. discouraged. He couldn't control his 24-4t '"'I'' "Florldii, lit .1,. .Matt- of Id.i. '! npt
measures. When} rimeophone and he was. about to give -,--, ---- ---- -- ----.--"' 10. ITnnn. .1' Notice. of 'I'J"I.a.. i itlim than one year nor more thin three
Second in order of advantageous your troubles try your cul. it all up as a bad job when a real !NOIII; u..' II'i'l.IIlO' SOle T\\ For I 'i.1.< h:irseNotice V ) grab your hat and fishing pole. 11.10:1) 'la here''t K'\e'i' hat the unI I Another
prohibition ef.
plans is the of children in the
placing I - --'-._- nice young man came along and asked :Notice I Pt lie ruv . ut'-i, of tht' Lane 1 I
right kind of homes, where they will SOME him to please) do him a favor. j-uichRH.r" of rli\ *crtilept.! NoiT.ti "II and Tenlnnii of Ida I ITnnn I fective July 1, provides that any per
receive the right kind of treatment F17NNY TYPO4kAhhICAI.ERRORS The ;jounjjman had a sweetheart who .. dated the 6th duj .." .1 one. A. l IJ. iiM d. will' applto the l..n"t..hl. son who drives an automobile *

from foster! parents and wjll profit had appeared somewhat ci/ld toward 1921. inn lllfd said t eptilentc 'in ni\ T. I I. ('nr..r. Count JU.!RC < "1, in an intoxicated condition, or while
..ItiM- mid, has, made for t'ao' CountFlorida.
application on 14th ila of "undi-r
from congenial surroundings, the legion The Tampa Times pood naturedly him. While riding with her father to IHHU In .,.tiocort.anc* w Ith lait -iit uSI. A I I. 1'23.:: ..I.In ) ofhi the influence" of intoxicating

.. contends. call" attention to a typographical their auto had become stuck in the Ha Id c***.rt I""H th I *' fol low I opt finnl! ac Aunts and .hin 11",1 HH liquors shall be subject to a line, and,
To provide for those who are not included er- detour and the Jt-Hrrlbul prc.p. rt> sit uatod' Iti HUh F..ulor( i if he causes any damage to propertyor
111111'1.hlld I
lor in the Miami Herald. It is ;young come .
in the first two the simplya ; tour> \ I l'I"ld,.. (...-\( t ItNW ThiH I > ) of .1 un.. A Ii I I'i'J.:: any-mjury td a he shall ba
plans, leg mntte" of difference between beef nobly to the rescue and pulled them i 4 of MV' ,.. St"<-tl..,n 0. Toes nsIitp IIKNIIY M I IFANS' i, person,
ion is investigating the establishments and beer. The Times quotes from the out with his machine lie wanted to 2A l-t.uth. KUDK. 29 Kiint:. I I.-MI. b.kln- I lUei'utor of the Last \11 nnd, Te.t-i- subject to a compulsory jail sentence;

of state homes. In Michigan, Miami Herald thus thousand get the rimeophone to run off/ seme ring. HI NK corner run, South to South ment of Ida I* ( decejned. and if he kills anyone he will have to
: "A lit,. tl.tTfof. Kant 120 'ardH. Ni rtti to 27-dl face
Illinois and Pennsylvania homes for > a charge 6f manslaughter.
suitable' that he
Florida rattle have been snipped verses might give his North tine ..her"of..t to point of
\ World War orphans are already in north. They will be coming buck in I girl to show thct his heart was all bcptitning. V 0 -'.

operation under auspices of the leg- H few months us prime western bee'S." right, and if she: ever got stuck train The land belriK; n.Kfei-flsC'tl. t.t tIe date
ion,' and Kansas legionaires will soonestablish of iHKunnce of spiel t ertiflonte III thriRTne "*- U. HAROLD HUME M. P. SIMMONS. D. A. MORRISON.
," And the Times savs: "That's the wav le would come to\ her kid as before. uf J. AIr lironnon Unlfftfi. Maid President Vie President Sao. Treaa JR
'1 an of that nature. it was printed in the Herald which in The Watcher was glad:: to comply with crrtfMoiite. shall !>** rvtleemed orortllnicto .

Children in states which do not noted for its exceptional freedom! from his icijucst. lie pushed in all the lu,,'. ti.x dt ed will issue thereon on Beet felze lacdae Spr.Je F.dtry Supplies
4 'i maintain homes would be oared for in H' .stops pulled out diminuendo the ''th lu.).' of JnlA. I II. 1f Fall
I .- typographical errors and so we takeit J U OVERSTRKET.! G .
V1 '.regional or national homes according! for grunted! that it was cerious in und stalled it gently und listened tl..rk "Ir'ull (f'ourt Ask Your Neighbor-H. Know

I to These the homes fourth. would provision receive of the children plan. 1 suggesting; that these Florida cattle while it pursed off/ the followinir: 25t, ';,- OH<.<.ola i'ount). 'riot..Ida. I "GET LATEST PRJCBLISTS BEFORE BUYING."

4 1 :from sparsely populated states, where ore to be converted into heer. We 'Swttt Celia Ann I am the man '(ilii01' H.KITII: '. I E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER
have heard of rats and ,' CO. Florida
(i other email Notice I I.
That loves hetebj than eleoII..11
J the number of war orphan would, not you f.trong; ;\ and sure< ; tlvm an Ja.Y
I I animals being! found in the mush at It nlll he held! t In the I.'IIHI I.iik.iSchool
warrant the me mud' I to !sec da I
creation of special insti you
moonshine stills hut makiiiir bieof '' MOIIKO OKC'eula Count* Fli>ilduthe I J -
tutlons. Stuck in that old) detour! I Maine I IM IIIK' I in, Special Tax School
Cases of would Florida range! tattle ta'Xe our ('1'- I Htrlrt No: 0. othernlHe K non its the'nloii
A be dependent l the dulity. If the Miami paper will ej.l \- And if you twain RC t !stui.kDon't gain \::, C. nor I IMHlllit' : on .%lothi'' June' '
estimated by nearest post of : ( : I
in the roes it induce tlioot'tblihhment A 1 I'I. 1 !923. to determine e ho stall,
: the American Lf'gion.'hi'h would ac'i( ,, may I ft) to feeling son, UH KC I h p.n l trunteeM' of said dInI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
t ;- 1 as unofficul guardian of the children. : of u" new industry in I'll be about and pull vou out. I h rt"r.. I hi' t\\o yinra next alter I : theeleitlon I

: 'J I according to the legion's plan. The the cattle country.; Just as I did I before." '. ,,01) to fuifher determine, the'iiltnher BASS
Now then- take the words, nf. tnlllN. of dlKtilit ,..hoi.I tax
I f. Forty and Eight, designated as the 1 and listen this The nice young chap th.1'1" I., h.. l-\ led and (-ull'-ittd ,"iintiiiall, lot, AND
;:' I graves; at from gave BUILDER
playground! auxiliary organization to thc'p1,1 t Wtl > iaraThe
to his
the esteemed Euttis sea Hwectheait and the Watcher
k% I the legion pUns to spend $34,000 to Lake Region : fnlloulliK. perKonH ft re heehliupofnlrd \ WOOD BRICK STONE
"Fi\e could gee that her heait .. ,
years' ago if anyone had suggested was In K-i\e an liiH| -rtorH afnliM ,
w. : i war crphans. that rvaves in Luke countvwculd touched send when he saw t them ,' .. at pal., dcii tl, I II \u..II".1. STEEL STUCCO
1 II. Smith C C B."., ItiHpxtuiM, Preilllar ,
\ clinch he
knew that the
1 be selling at J2.0OO.OO: young man N. BASS
: JtE The American Legion Restores. Neglectesi ; per ) Y. ilerl\ 1. JACK BASS
'. I Graves In acre in JiU.1: :!, they would hate been had won hi. victory and the usefulness Iorder of the Itoaltl of !I'ubllo In- 322 Royal Street 0
I: ArlingtonCemetery considered either crazy. or exceedingly :- of the rime phone had I beendemonstrated. ,. utruitlori of l .M<.....1.' e.unty lorlila, 516 Sproule Avenue
_ optimistic" . thin 14th dn)' ;' : Because of the neglected condition 11 M. ChairmanAttent .
; We do Kntl. _ ._ _
/ of the graves of World War veterans not believe that graves! in c. n.: lowell Secretary .J

4 E: buried in the Arlington Cemetery Lake county nre lIel1in by the acre. A New Jersey woman while raking 24-5tttTIVi.f

., ..'- last resting place of the Unknown -Gainesville Sun. her garden has just found her wed- '--UF- *..,'.,If.'T.O1"011: 'r ti J. '

h '1 Soldier, members of the American At a ceremonial ding ring that was lost 95 years ago. IIKBUNotice Tbc.
( held Almas
Legion frtm the District of Columbia:; by If more women would hang* around U Hereby/ < liven. That II A.
Temole Washington D. C. Fluntir, purchaser of
on May i Tax Certificates
home and do
... i put on their olive drab uniforms! and 26, the Persian minister to the United some raking they might NOB 63, 64. CS. 67 68. &9. '71). dated. the

wrapped leggings, and with borrowed States Mirra Hussein Khan I find something thev had lost or over- Ctli) day of June A. I>. 1521. hon filed St.;, aspd '

.: d .;,. lawnmowers. scythes, shears and Theodore"Roosetelt Col. looked-maybe a few neglected kids. aid certlflcateM In my office and has CA.'Pi
Assistant Secretary made
; application for tax lacue l
-The -
Crescent. -.
h \ rakes, marched to the cemetery in of the Navy Gen. John A. Le- In: accordance with law. d8:1d certlfi .$, ,. p5.4sdAver.

.- making it nresentable for Memorial jane. Commandant of the Marin. Bundles of old atrfi embrace the followlnir d..scrlb"dpropel'ty. St ._ -
J paper are for sale
w .
Day ..xcercises.t ''Corps situated In Osceola County. V
> The rank of ,, and Rear AdWiiral Coontx U. at the office of The Gazette; lO(!. Flol'l.... to-wit: \ Ki..bNm.? Klh Grads AikBliiiei Jtnicf it
growth which
r "' grass S. N.. were initiated nobles of the Better get them while there is a stock. No. U. Tot 1 Section 14. Lots 1, 1. Cal
covered headstones of the nati *' he- Mystic Shrin. Call 1 Section IS. No. 65 NWH Section S3. Of flee'' Ht PHOIfEJS .. .
j ". at once; they'll never be eh Z4o. .
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KISSIMMEE\ VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY1, JUNE: 15, 1923 -''-' ._ _._-\ THftEK 1 1.j 1t 1v

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known aa the Jack Keen place and Ion' many:'tlmpg reflects the'' attitude
crosses Bermuda avenue north of of public officials quite as much, if ,. =::1.
I THE FORUMEditor I Vine street, but all of. this water not more th n, ,the officials in their '
meets,at the A. E.Thomas place and r3t. conduct presl\ thepublic '-wants. : ,' : EDITORIAL '
when it rains for a long period the "Another present-day difficulty is ", '
GazettelThere outlet there is not sufficient to draia a certain type of misrepresentation (
are thr things Agitating or off the overflow. 4 Which,, Is 'persistent and .. ecioutl' tnt'p ..r ._i'I
demanding the attention of the people About ten or twelve '-ears! ago'wa I .' One purpose 'seems; to bo to I a .
of Kissimmee at.the present time, spent- twenty thousand dollars on a destroy the morale of the public moat! .' ..:' 1 '
viz: School bonds; proper drainageand ditch to drain )Kissimmee and as far interested in prohibition, and next to '). :y, Dollars and Sense -", :
the change of the bulkhead mon as North Klssimmee is concerned it I discredit and hamper the officials Of ';, "' t. .. '" > '
ey .(or rather the remains of. it) to would have been' better not to have the government entrusted with the '. ,' ,
the street fund. had it. Where the ditch crosses'Vine; Tame duty of making the eighteenth amendment "
In regard: trf> the first named, schoo street west of the Miller property, to k.tireour ? effective. Notwithstanding all
bonds, let me say' that I don't believe Instead of turning down to Bermuda / FrML.I./ difficulties that may have been presented t
that any person who knows the situation avenue just back of Mr. MiU n' the -. and will be presented from .. ,
as 1 do would hesitate to vote ditch should have turned northwest time to time, they 'are -considered '
for bonds. I have been with the for a half mile and then cut across but incidents in the larger progress THE VALUE OF HOME BUYING SHOULD BE EVIDENTTO
schools in Kissimmee for eight years the ravine coming clown 'back: : of the of our work und every effort will EVERY KISSIMMEE: CITIZEN. The keeping of Kissimmee '
and know the conditions as well, if Keen property, throwing: uti a good continue to be made to produce the
not better than, any one in the school levee below and turning all that water best possible results, and The recordof money in Kissimmee should require no, urging nor argument.A .
employ, and it is a real shame the west of town. Then the ditch at accomplishment! here submitted
way tne children have been crowdedin the Thomas property 'could take care lit ample justification' for large hope ROLLING DOLLAR WILL NEVER ROLL BACK YOUR
some of the school rooms. In some of the overflow and relieve the Ault. for the future.
cases there has been from thirtyfiveto man farm and the surrounding lands The work of.the prohibition unit goodbye
as high as fifty-four in one room, If a ditch was started at Central avenue has mure than doubled. Commissioner on u long journey to some other community whose Loal Cltlzern. -
and we have had to use chairs for and dug west along the Midland Haynes leportH during his two will anchor it forever. ,
seats, tables for desks and Home railroad and intersected with the oth.el' yearn in office. There now ore 3,550
times two childurtf have had to sit in ditch where the railroad: crosweu it employees, including about 2,300 pro-
one seat with the desks right against believe! there would not be eo much hibition agents. The entire unit his IT IS TIME TO STICK UP FOR KISSIMMEE. If our hearts .

the walls in order to make room for trouble with the water as we have I been reorganized with new mobi1' ,' are here-our dollars ought: ,to be. .An4. the,way Jtcv. keep: then/ :,.,
the pupils, I am In each room two had in the past. TIRESPII1PPS forces of agents, field supervisors .
and three times a day and I see the It is discouraging! 'to try to farm and general agents.To here is TO SPEND THEM HERE.
conditions that exist. I do hope bonds with the present conditions.So how concretely results of .
will carry by a large majority. again I would say: Lut'n take prohibition, the commissioner! present. Boosting a town requires something else besides sentiment and I
Now, as to the bulkhead money the bulkhead money and put it into BROTHERS GARAGE ed: figures showing that whiskv wIth. talk. That something else is action: -and lots of it. '
and drainage. Iwould say by all drainage for Kissimmee! and give the ------ -- .- drawals which amounted to 12,389,000
means transfer the bulkhead money formers relief. A lot of this, work gallons\ in 1920, dropped to 3,243,845
not to the street fund but to a drainage could be1 done with shovel! pirk and HAYNES gallons in 1921 and to 1,819 888 In ,
fund. I think that it would be axe and thereby give work to a number TWO" YEARS: PROHIBITION 1922. He added that there hud been HIRE NO LABOR BUT KISSIMMEE LABOR,.., Employ.ho-sei-v- .
nice to have a pretty boulevard of men who are jroinjr nway to notable improvement in control of '"
ice but that performed Kissimmee concern: This is action.
around the lake front but ninetyseven find work or have not any work at all Reviewing the two years of prohibition liquor for medicinal purposes. through by a
thousand dollars would -not be to do and then nearly every. dollar of enforcement since he took office thr new permit system. REAL, TANGIBLE COMMUNITY-BOOSTING ACTION.
enough for filling. in and reclaiming our money will be spent right heroin Prohibition Commissioner This office has always recognizedthe
one hundred and thirty acres of land Kixsimmce thereby throwing mon- Haynes declared in his annual report fact anti been motivated by the Try it awhile, friends, and see how good it makes you feel to
and doing the other work that was ey into the hands of our home town that the facts! warranted "" fuir degree principle, ," the report continued, "thatit
proposed to be done, for any one that merchants who need it. of satisfaction with accomplishments is lust as clearly the right of the know that you are doing your full civic duty to Kissimmee ,and
. Knows anything about the bed of the When the ditch west of town was, as a whole" industrial and medicinal liquor busi- its business, commercial and laboring interests.
; "Sleeping Tiger," knows that thereis dug the contract price was; JjHt. double I Many new enforcement problemswill ness recognied under the law to have
not enough sand within one half what it would have been had the crop up for years to come the its legal privileges safeguarded bv TIn: SEEMING INDUCEMENTS HELD OUT"TO'IOU BY t
mile of the bulkhead line to make the work been done with shovel], pi.'fc And commissioner said, but he declared. govermental agencies * As it is
fill. The trouble is and has axe, and most of the money was that many already had been solved. contemplated that similar agencies: OTHER TRADING CENTERS IS NOTHING BUT BAIT TO
, been, not enough sand After you -pent: in some other town. Ho asserted that his force was operating apprehend those who violate the PULL YOUR DOLLARS THEIR WAY. The so-called commer-
get up what little sand .there in you G. B. WOOD ALL. at a maximum efficiency under law and abuse. those privileges."
come to a blue substance\ or soap limited appropriations by CongtresK, Normal commercial processes in the cial glad-hand that is extended ycu will only be held: out AS
. tone that defies any suction unless and expressed a hope that increased uses of industrial alcohol have rot LONG AS YOUR DOLLARS HOLD OUT. The interest they
you break it up and I don't believe The Sojoumors Club co-rpraed of co-operation in enforcement work by been int erf erred with the report said
you run get any suction then strong: I I Master Masons who are offir crn in the local authorities would leave the Federal citing fiKiiii-s; to show that 44.047.000 hate in you is nothing but a selfish commercial interest foundedon .
dr enough to pick it up for it is like army, navy, marine corpn or coast'' 'I forces free to deal principallywith gallons were produced in the fiscal'' nothing but a cold calculating dollar basis. If you will stop and ..
di. lend and the more water passes over guard, lull week presented, !'rf sjdent', the larger conspiracy cases. He year 1JI21: 41.rjjd.OOO) *n 1ft.! .V. a' 4S57.000
i.u it the slicker it gets.; Therefore: I Harding with a !gold: i.triprmkirg! : |I refrained from commenting directly gallons from July 1 to March think you will admit this is so
would say take the bulkhead money him an honorary niemltr\ o' thv or- on the repeal of the New York cnfoicenient :31 thin year. The numl>er of plants '
'., and use it on proper drainage; as that ganization. Among the p-omurcnt law hut Maid: 1u"lifi.| to produce industiiul. alcohol THESE OTHER TRADING CENTERS COULD HAVE NO
i>- n<>prj..d i more than anything elmI Masons at the pre.emeticn >v< rt> ''Vn. I "One of I the chief present difficulties is 70, the name ns two year.* ago. POSSIBLE INTEREST IN THE ADVANCEMENT AND CIVIC t
II 1 nnw of at the present. John J. Pershing, Gen; , !St.');>" ', Admiral may be termed sectional, where Storage' tended whiskey ix. being
y, Now when you go to drain Kiasim rovvie, (Gen Y's.. '<..en re-]!there<< Is. ndverM- public opinion to be rnpxilv concentrated, eighty outlying SUCCESS OK KISSIMMEE. And Kissimmee ia nothing moreor
mac you must take into account not t land Postmaster lene'ul; W \ f'rnr.Gen. combutted unit it is' to be found mainly distillery warehouses having been .1!...- less than another name for its citizens which includes you and
.. iust what water falls. within the town Amos A. Fr''.", r>rt--l) <-r' <* the I I on tile eaKtcin SC-H hoard, although continued upon removal of their contents -
hut where the water comes from that I Sojourners Club John H. *;wJen, 'there are certain cities where I local I It'onditions to concentration points.. The report oumelves. KISSIMMEE BUSINESS MEN TO BE FOR THEMSELVES -
doa the* damage and hew beat to Sovereign: Grand! f'Tmp'nn'Irot: I also make the problem I said I that there were 38.000,000 HAVE TO BE FOR KISSIMMEE.
c: handle it and where to turn it to the tish Kite, Southern Jur:t..;., "jc) >i Dr. j i,quite. difficult. (' ) in some gallons of distilled spirits in bond on
.1 best advantage and also the cheapest I Mark Kindley. Grr'iic; : :' *er Din .of the localities. referred to on the :July 1 of 1922. About l't.000.000! Their commercial transactions warmed this
,,I- way. The fame conditions exist to- I tract of Columbia, and) ( '\ -..' '' imbx, '!part of local I authorities is not what gallons have bean r day that did fifteen years ago. Allthe P. G. :M.There i it should be and the piosn is not favorable. 75,000 barrels: moved to concentration interests and should be evidence that you have much in com-
'tj- that fulls' notch and west twelve .joj'-nf.. '' ( - water are Prohibition sentiment. will warehouses since December 1 mon. Much! to cause TO GIVE THEM YOUR 100 PERCENT
jI.I. of the county road going; ; north for located at military tn. : "',.,1 .entrcs grow; less: rapidly in these localities. without a single theft in transit. Concentration you
,. five miles find it way through Kis- in the United Stag,'and the because progress in enforcement will of bcndiH medicinal liquor ( : PATRONAGE IN SUPPORT.
r-... simmee tc the lake. A rood deal of rint.. Under the constitution of the be slow. It is. my observation thut will l I" practically completed within
it comes down back, of the propertyof fraternity, there can I lie, out :) 'cnoraty prohibition is. most popular where it is the next fiscal! year, the commissioner Think it over. ,u ,
J. Wade Tucker, but the majority I member, the P--f -idetithe most nearly enfniced. It must lie predicted nt a saving of 100,000: in
"1\ of it comes down back of what i is United States, wren' his: u .uhon. dearly) understood that public opin$1550 guarding' costs.Withdrawals. i
of completev! denatured -
,M1.o -- alcohol for the year ending on
,.o... Match 1 of last year were given a. I BANK OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA'
22,7I><>,000 wine galltna, against 15- COUNTYDeposilsJnsured HARDWARE CO.
4 aOOO during tha previous. y.arWlthdi ,
avals of alcohol and high
Hardware & Furniture
wines! for the same neriods were respectively -
11,282,80 and 19,976,877
tS. i it proof gallons. Whisky, gin and L. H., Gedge Cashier Kissimmee.
(rrm; *"-nti<1y n-it'rvp' tr-r erA 814 compared
i I. !{| year before. Withdrawals of medicinal '.", ," .,," .. .... '''''.. ''
and sacramental wines were 7,.
469.000 gallons, compared to 5,672- FRED S. GILBERT .The LAKE VIEW'INN ,
I 000 gallons.
j In the Federal courts alone from Rooms and Apartments

:: June", 1921 to March lit, last there Haberdashery, Shoes
tiM/ __ weir 5,7fiO(> criminal prohibition cases Mrs. M. A. Evans
l>e-run mind ",500 civil cases, with 4.1-
Fr !HOj 5) and 2,1)14:) convictions secured re Broadway : Kissimmee KissimmeeLYLES
.!'II spectivelyvhile fines imposed: duringthe
'ndhe last fiscal year aggregated $4-
011000. Out of 1,100 breweries inoperation
ae-) i in pre-prohibition days. ,
'xn there are <>04 lit present 70 having WENNER SAWYER V. STORY CO.
been closed in the lust nine months. COMPANY *s
'25 Smuggling of liquor is one of the Dry Goods Shoes,
1*' principal ,difficulties! of enforcement Books Stationery -
tyhe the commissioner said, noting that Clothing u
' THE STUDEBAKER LiGHT SIX SEDAN the prohibition hunt has "very limited GiftsBroadway "
of facilities. for combatting the situa Kissimmee Broadway : Kissimmee
;ansi tion" but that the coast guard and: :
',' Where Quality Counts Above I had e"e..l.lent
,ee unions;co-operation.service given Eighteen'ships very ...

I and! 40 motor boats were seized during -
ef Everything ElseQuality the fiscal! year, 1922. MACH BROTHERS For all kinds of
'r- A section of the report devoted to GARAGE .
,,0. enforcement of the Harrison narcotic( PRINTING
0* drug law .said that the force of 11:1( :
to the
" is more important in an enStudebaker's South Bend plants men in the narcotic unit had! secured l Nash Cars, Hood Tires come -

,nd, closed car than in most any other build more high quality closed bodies H,") percent more convictions! last ycai KISSIMMEEVALLEY '
,ty 'product in daily use. than those of any other automobile than during the previous year. Convictions Broadway : Kissimmee GAZETTE
be in 1922 totalled! 3,10\ computed
,'e; Regardless of price, it is not econmanufacturer and consequently overhead to lrRI:: in 1921.!
to omy to buy a makeshift job in which costs are reduced and the price "Thfsc results. are due to increased
the quality is skimped and cheapened to the customer is low. activities of a field force of trained
yrs.H at every turn. Paint,imitation leather VJ- investigators," the report said!, "rather S. L. HAGERMAN PHIPP& BROTHERS
The in-builtqualityof the LightSixand increase in addiction
to an drug GARAGE
fibre board too often cover serious
Sedan is evident the moment one getsbehind during the yeai,"
structural I defects and cotton-and-wool '
The Peonies' Market
the wheel I, and is appreciatedfar '
. trimming cloths are short lived. The If your business! is not wroth ad- First Class WorkGuaranteed ',
44 chances are that the buyer will more more after twenty-five or thirty vcrtisin". advertise it for sale in TheValley
miles of service. Gazette.
Broadway : Kissimmee
than pay the difference later-higher

upkeep cost, frequent repairs and cxTheLightSix:: Sedan, with its sturdy

cessive depreciation. four-door body, it? improved L-head

-- The price of the Light-Six Sedan is motor,and the excellence of its chassis: GRAYSTONE: HOTEL M. KATZ'S SONS

the lowest at which it is possible to combines distinction of appearance

- obtain a substantial), high grade hardwith a reliability of performance, a Commercial and Dry Goods and Ready-

wood and steel.body, upholstered in degree of comfort and economy ofmohairincombirtationwithachassisof Tourist To-Wear
operation unknown in any other car

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I KISSIMMEE GAZETTE I Boy Scouts'' Flag Day Rally At' Orlando Was A Great I WHO KNOWS .. ., ,-, .. ::

: Success With Five Counties And Nine Towns Entered .. Come and give me your hand and a \ .1

Lj' BUBLISUED BT I Placing Third 'and Fourth word and a smile. < ..
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Osceola Towns
VALLEY And And I'll give you mine. In that sad .. Dontf to'See the
qAZETTB .. .
: 'THH"KI8SIMMEH d .....-:-- _. I, After-while ',.; : : .
.. : EE. -FLOHIDA.'W. A drizzling rain was not sufficient troop. Orlando Troop two 'was second Atg the shadows of things never

H. HAHHI3 ...._...J.-PreBMent: to' dampen the enthusiasm. of one and DeLand third. ; ..done; the day goes, -* T '
;\ )iI. O. VANS AONKW________Svcrotaiy hundred and twenty-three boy scouts In the Signalling contest in which '''We delay-and tomorrow-tomorroVl
'd' 'ALLISON T. jo'HENCHuJJ'UI<'J1't towns of four scouts signalled and re- who knows 7*
'. f '. i representing eleven> troops, nine teams -
.. end fire counties who gathered for reived message! on the Semaphore Home Sweet Home -
; t, Copy On" War___________...$?." |4he Flag Day Rally at Tinker Field Cod ,-""' 1\\ One Copy.! lolls Month*..._ ___ 1,OH afternoon. In fact all the with Sanford' second and Orlando often we thrust
f ;J. ; .j"?" One Copy, Throe M/>nth.____._...,. ,..1i0I boys yesterday were such proficient scouts that troop five was third. The, things we should do. And they \. ..

i of Klnftlin. to put out any Kissimmee won the Fire by friction moulder to dust .
\. : r (Entered nt the pout Moo at the ruin even failed
/ nice, Florida, as wooDd-cluBS mnttett .) of the fires built from damp wood contest and Tavaies was secondin; We resolveand forgets-and 1 the pausing '
." + _------------- with two matches which was one of I this! interesting competition in which .day goes Electric Slidesat
." All communication except from uuthurliotl fire home made dark and tomorrowtomorrwwho (
o corrrapondentnnrdat l III' "''KII'+ the contests! to try scoutly skill. the boys produced by Into ,
I I e.l bv: the wjtfuT. of walls and j equipment. I knows?
Rsected'melter will fc leturnoJ IrclIlI..d After( much scaling The water boiling contest was won I
and Enterprise : -
lor. V tying of knots Mt. Dora !Iby the team from Enterprise with Aftpr.while'es, I know-I shall
tie for the first
+ came off in a Mt. ';rtt. Dora second and Tavares thirdIn find the time then .
|rf..a'n' Advertising R- ere.e'''t.lI..a 1 place with sixteen points apiece. this contest the boys built a fire To do what I've meant to do time and : the
; [_THE: AMERICAN PHCbo: ASSOCIATION: | )Dora flipped the lucky side with of St.a Cloud quarter and brought the water to boiling again. '
the meet,
r FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1923 ? and Kissimmee won placing third and The Enterprise; team won the Tent But the days go so fast and the suns
+ und Pitching contest, with Mt. Dora second and the snows
n fourth. | and St. Cloud third. Shine and drive, and tomorrow-tomorrow -
FAITH IN. THE OLD HOME TOW=" There were many exciting andamusing The Tilting contest was won byEnterprise -who-knows?
incidents during the contest.
with Kissimmee secondand
One reason why :Miami, St. Peter, In- the first aid event the entrantswere I and the
Orlando troop :3:\, thrid.A And the word I would say
burp and other 'Florida towns grow given spot,, remove Merchants and Farmers Bank
to run to a St. Cloud scout won the knot-tic-I: song and the smile
1- with such rapidity, their property their shoes and stockings and bandage ing contest with Sanford second and That I had in my mind to bring forth
I values increasing in like proportions, one ankle. All would have been another St. Cloud scout was lliird.: after while,

i is because_the. people who live home there well fur the young winner )had he pot __ _...Practical I Prize I found them long after, but you were OF KISSIMMEE"A
I have absolute faith in their discovered as he was proudly returning ( -. The prize awarded the winners gone then.AIr. .
cities. They are wonderful boosters the, to his post that He had absentmindedly were the sort that bring joy to the the time you might hear' them
and they don't believe in keeping failed to remove one stocking HOME
heart of a boWonderul pocketknives << came never again.
;. t booster spirit to themselves. Thev and the first aid had been appliedto 1 with compass in handle, sets INSTITUTION"i

just bubble over with thinIs it catching and of it instead .of the ankle. His freckles of signalling dugs, tents, scout axes 'r.while--how<< the pale ghosts_-pf .
I course that sort of / their fairly popped with disappointment. -and interesting books on how to things never done i
succumb invest
Newcomers make things that, boys like best. Come forth from the tomb there, eachshadowy
in the general era I
and help
money, contest
The semaphore signalling 1'0 Be Annual one,
of growth and prosperity.from recent wan replete With thrills. One young The r There are the two Tourist items News, published a scout in the heat of the fray turned |I that it will ht'l repeated annually. Thesuccess I in mould.Of .

issue of Petersburg which some desperately to his companion who of the day is due to the work friendships unspoken and loves o 0 o 0 00 a OOOOOOHOHO M HOoooo ooaOHooa
in St. that prevails!give therewith was dictating the message and I of Scout Executive: Harold J. Boyd, I I never told.
idea of the spirit
hoarsely whispered. Clermont, Don A. Cheney, A. R.
regard to real estate and these 1 I RIGHT GLASSESNOWWill
follows "Oh my gee whiz! I can't ixm rn- Douglass, C. Wm. Bargeman, Franklin Yes -'I the song that was sweet hud it

'"' are"A as sized: lot in the downtown her how you make an Ml"! But with i O. King Wilbur Flower, A. R. ever been Hung;
Ijt section good was sold the other day for much wigging and wagging: they together Barber Karl Lehmann and othets. The speech that walt glad had I givenit preserve your eyesight for the future
'it that transmitted the message in Troops in Attendance, tongue; We
unusual about fit
+ 75000. Nothing than the sealed envelope and saved the day I The following troops. were in attendance The deed that was kind had I done it! I you correctly attractively satisfactorily
-lots here sell for even more
that week or so. Rut there is for St. Cloud. with their Scout :Masters t<< So goes j Phone today for an appointment
'" every and assistants: Winter Gard"I1It.! The d -and tomorrow-tomorrow- 1 _
something unusual in the fact that The fire-kindling and water boiling I y
Dora, Enterprise, DeLand, Sanford, who knows ?
the lot was purchased by one of the contests were real trials: of ability W. E. SANDERSON CO.TRAVELER'S
St. Cloud Tavuies, Kishimmec, and i .
first settlers in St. Petersburg', a man for in the fine rain and with damp
when that same+ I matches in the five Orlando troops. So give me your hand; :in.I'a word! and!
who was here very ,I wood und only two ooo o oooo
lot could have been purchased for ''bargain I the outlook was' hardly en- Dinner at San Juan a smile, ooooooaOOOOOOH
$750 or perhaps even leas. When the+ Icouraging.i : Twelve pyramid fires were Willis Powell, secretary of the Lake And I'll give you mine; for that sad _. -

lot was priced at $750, the oldtimer start* d from solirt blocks of pine County Chamber of Commerce, wu I After-while
| 64. GSSS4600p0 ooooooooao oo
didn't think it was worth it. When' wood whittled into kindling and the chief speaker at the dinner of the HUM pale (ghosts enough; and the dayV oooaaoaooooooooooao.t .
the old- water Scout 'ouncil (given in the San Juan near its close
the price jumped to $75,000 twelve little kettles of "
's ( dining room Thursday evening, ut And! tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow HOTEL
timer decided) it wus a bargain. H(> ed 0.11 crooked sticks were U"'I'nd-1 \ !
sure that within five more years it ,, watcher), and unlike the l which there were some 75;; men pres- -who knows. ?

will be worth $150,000. ''pot' all boiled over with u vengeance ent.Mr. James W. Fol 'y, I'ilt NlH.1'Irlr: 119
I' Powell enthusiasticallyof j i
"The Tourist News Publishing Company and put out the fires beneath. The spoke '
I three',; and the pleat work hemp done by the DINING ROOM NOW OPEN
recently paid $10,000 for joctngon\ soap had done its work I II ( i ins Twenty thousand Knights Templar _
off of West Central avpnue I thus extinguished. ) won i i Boy Scout Movement. He said just
lots the fire in l
I just first took part u purude at Pitt >urg, w
I I must have constant supply of II \SON4ItLK: RATESr. :
street, south on which we a I I'I ,
Eighteenth the
on piize. j i featunntr the seventieth annual conclave
I e Is now being built the new printing I After all the events the boys gathered ,'' law material manufacture of the right satisfactory soil if we !I Iprodu.t of the rand; Commandery of F r. ..:. KIIMON-tOV l>r.|trlr<.rPHONK .

plant for this company. for a photograph and the presentation -j'I Iii t to must help u train amt:' Pennsylvania. It was I.ttimah'dthul : 221 : : : : : KISSIMMKK.: FLORIDA I
has > we
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over the abstract '
"Looking of the prizes.: Fine large at least 100,000( Knights uttemAUi.
lies in ,: inspire our boys if we are to havethe ]
been found that this property hatchets und vicious looking knivttscalculated Among the distinguished guests were 4 t the center of an acre of ground sold 1 to thrill the heart of any I right kind of men, tomorrow. I. P. Newby of. Kniphtstown. Ind.' ,
at one time for ninety-two cents. An 1 boy were handed out promiscuously, right sort of American boys are 1'111'I I Grand Master of the Grand Encampment -

acre of St. Petersburg land for nine and clutching their treasures the boys I Kind of stuff made.of which real Aml'T and Perry W. Weidner of Washington Get Your Job Printing from the Valley GazetteE
1 ty-two cents? But then, wasn't that installed themselves in the grandstand \ I citizens are D. Coo Senior Grand Warden.
Hold J. C. Sellers of the Jacksonville i j
little old island called Manhattan
.. 44i to watch what Orlando did to
at one time for a string of beads Times-Union !spoke of the splendidgrowth
jr I Tampa. I and development here in Central -
it bag
,: or was a 1 The complete list of wont and
Florida counties. A developmentwhich
When somebody locally pays a
I{ good sum of money (nothing of winners follows: boys event in is not urging!' its churches -
S course in comparison with the realty i'the history most spectacular of Florida took place atTinker's schools, Y. 1\1. C. A., Boy Scouts etc., .>Pis{ fC' bv0{dM..+.'i4W4? >-'Ho<-< :-<-i''< {444+>44e S\ 0 a c 0000-000-0 H to. 0

transaction at St. Petersburg), thereis Field Orlando, Thursday af- as it elects !great building plants. ,
always someone to draw a lugubri ,I ternon. June 14, when 14:1:) Boy Scouts larger groves and truck farms '' 1 .
outs face, and remark "Well it'll be I from 13 troops in 9 towns of I 5 coun- Don A. Cheney, president of the
a long time before he gets his money; the Central Flor- Central Florida Council of Boy Scouts

out St.of it.Augustine" has advantages ida ties Council associated of in Boy with Sccuts of Flay America Day in presented this department.the plans! for larger work .1 Wolverine Work Shoes

which no other place in the state participated a great All in all it was a remarkable day
'possesses and faith in its growth, development Field: meet: and Lake Rally and En- where the boys demonstrated what
should be Mount Dora, county the Scout Movement does for them '

paramount and in the prosperity thoughts of every; terprise' Volusla in county the' events troops of tied the! and the men of these great counties Every Day in Every' Way We ,Are Doing More Business ,

? citizen. Faith and good works are for first place took new hold of the work and assure ,\ .. '
Osceola county
day, St. cloud , ,
'and "
direction ed finer contribution of.time
responsible for success in any- Rtcod third with Kissimmee fourth.S&11or. a JUST RECEIVED A of the famous' Wolverine1Vork
big shipment
and they make cities to grow by .! fifth, Orlando end Tavares money for its success.--Orlando Sen- :
leaps and bounds, expanding in direct tinel.
ratio to the spirit that is \put\ into troops Ik-I.und 1 were tied for next.sixth place with Shoe. The best made at the price-$3.50, $4.00, and $ .OO
standing from Kissimmee in attendance
r them by the people who comprise the Scouts
citizenship of such municipalities- The Events were Emerson Squires, who was the pair.
St. Augustine Record. The Mt. Dora team of eight boys the lone contestant getting eight
it .' won first place in the Wall S.alingcontest points; Roy Holing, und Daniel Minx.
the whole team going over Mi"sesVenner and.) Sawyer donated
I'' in< :32 2-5 seconds. Orlando troop five their car and time to take these boysto FRED 'S. GILBERT

1; :i The niceties of the social intercourse I went over in 40 2-5 und Enterprise in5fi Orlando.In .
are no more beautiful thanI" ; 25. the evening Allison T. French,
f" those of the recognition of the flag. :Mt. Dora also won the First Aid chairman of the Troop Committee, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
Here are the rules: contest in which two boy rendered and W. G. Hunkins. attended the bus
,; The Flag should be raised at sunrise I lust/ aid to a third number of their iness meeting, following the banquet.

and lowered at sunset. It may _ ...
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be at
never be left out at night, except 'I I 8:00 p. m.-Preaching by the pas I .: v40: ..: fiC.v e.x"O' ?44ri4 40 44.C 4G SM44

: when ft is under the fire of the ene j Pertaining: To Churches; 1'I tor. Subject: "So God Worked." I II

7:1)0::) p. Wednesday. Personal
; my.On Memorial Day, the Flag should I Iv-- I Evangelism I class, conducted by thei I

I be displayed at half mast from sunrise I METHODIST CHURCH i I jiastor.,

; until noon, and at the peak> from i i i XM:( ( p. Wednesday. Prayer
t noon until sunset.<< Rev. W. C.: Norton, Pastor. | Meeting.'sT. I

In raising the Flag from ha1fmn-, '
be the 7:00: ( a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer JOHN'S KPISCOPAJL CHURCH:
it should always run to peak 'I .
and then lowered one breadth of thp Meeting in Bungalow. -
;" Flag. In retiring it, it should first 9:45: a. m.-Sunda sr'hool. J. L. i! 10:00: 8l ut.-Morning l : Prayer. "

I l' be run back to the peak and then re- Overstreet, superintendent. 8:00: p. -Evening Prayer
1 I 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pasi j >*::0l( p. m.-Wediehday: Litany'
tired. It should never he allowe I It')
I i I toi and l prayers. Choir practice follows. I Ii
taut the ground.

; When played the or "Star sung, Spangled stand and Banner"is remain I 7:00: service.p. m.-Senior League devotional -i i CHRIST'S Pentecostal CHI'RCH i SOME E PLACE TO GO

the ( )
."; I : standing When the in silence Flag is until passing it is finished.on parade tor./8:00: p. m.Preaching-- by pas I Corner Brack-and-Oak Streets I

I ", or in review, if you are walking, CIIUKCII 'I'hos. B. Buckalevs. Pa.'tor.
_a 4 halt; if sitting, rise, stand at attention FIRST BAPTIST ,
t/I ,' and uncover. ]10:00: a. m.-Sunday School. Inter
Rev. J. A. Sutton, I n. D., Pastor.
1 t. : The Flag should never be worn as national Lessons.
I ." the whole or the part of a costume. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. Car 11:00: a. m.-Sermon by pastor. r '
4 As a badge It should be worn overt son Farmer, superintendent. Classesfer 7l.; p. m.-Young Peoples' Service.
the left breast. all ages. Join the Raster's class. 8:00: p. Evangelistic Sermon by

Tn decorating, the Flag should never 11:00: a. m.-Sermon by thp pastor.! pastor
:' be festooned or draped. Always ; 7:00: p: m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional 7:30: p. m.-Tuesday. Instructive Drive to Loughman and try our ;

hung flat. If hung so stripes are hor- meeting.! TtiUe teaching by pastor.

:.J izonital, tb* Union should be in right 8:00: p. m.-Sermon by the pastor: I 7:30 Sen-ice.p. m.-Thursday: Weekly Ice Cream and Soda Water, the best ,

:1 upper corner. 8:00: p. rn.-Wednesday : Prayer Prayer
;' When the United States Flag and meeting. i, 2:30: p. m.-Friday. Women's Bible of service and in a cool clean store.
r another flat fly from the name pole, Free seat andI'welcome to i'I' Class. Mrs. L. B. Higdon in charge. ,

:; ?I there should be double halyards one strangers aa well as those who be- Communion service first! Sunday
,. I for each flag. long here. I each month. Foreign :Missionary of- '
,'v : The Flag should never be placed A church of the Bible and for the 'fering taken second Sunday each We also have your size in the

} : tt below a person sitting. people. I month at evening service.

'J When carried in parade, or, when - Come, Pray, Believe. All welcome. Famous Perfection or Finley Tires; t

crossed with other flags, the Stars 'R'lf
+ . .-" ;:riper should always be at the --- they Cost You Less.
right. Rev. W. H. Dresch, D. D., Pastor The Orange General Hospital offersa ;
When the Flag is used to unveil a
; 3 of training for Nurses. rr.
i 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. Prof.D. year course .
statue or a mounment, it should not
B. Shaver I Young ladies between ages! of 18
be allowed to fall to the ground but
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. and 39! yearn. College students! or
should be carried aloft to wave out
High School graduates preferred.We .
6:30: m.-Christian Endeavor
forming a distinctive feature during t
have an up-to-date 100 bed hospital -
the remainder of the ceremony. meeting. daily of 35 to 75 n
average pa-
., bier the Flag is placed over a Visitors 8:00: p. m.-Evening will find cordial Worship.welcome tients. Our Surgeons; and Physiciansare
or casket, the blue field should a of the best, and all classes
to home-like church.CHRISTIAN are
f' i be at the head. a I thoroughly given. New class begins THE EVERGLADE CYPRESS CO.p I
'r As an altar covering the Union CHURCH June first.

E should b. at the right as you face the I We have a New Nurse Home which j
4' altar, and nothing! should be placed Rev. Allen J. Miller Pastor. we appreciate and enjoy very much. r

k 'upon. the Flag except the Holy Bible. I All application should be made to 4
r The Flag: should never be reversed 10:00 a. m.-Bible School. LOUGHMAN
:Directors of Nurses, Orange General FLORIDA .
'f_ except: in case of distress at sea. 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the pastor. I Hospital Orlando, Florida. ** {r
s Theme: "Building." 1

UJ. / Make your home a* nearly as pos.u 7:00: p m.-Christian Endeavor. I If you have room to/rent a tmill I.rv d ". '
A ..,.fble.wha .Jt;should be. Tha nearest Subject: "Reforms That Call f6rOu advertisement In oar classified, e.I- i:

Approach. :,to. heavenJin.M.r, Help.." Leader: Madge .Rivers nuii wfll fill th... i8-tf.
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,', Tv J WEATHER REPORT o : Mattress
.- Orlando FactoryWE "j'
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Official ,Bulletin of daily tern-_

perature and precipitations furnished O REBUILD YOUR.. ; (,.
by the Kissimmee CoO

a? Happenings operative U. 'S.' Weather Bureau : dvez.i. COTTON HAIR AND FiLT. MATTRESSES .Ji)

-- ...._- .".-- - Station for the week! ending. 4 ,
IIv : -- I 00> Thursday., Juno 14! ''* '
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Eat at Pufront's Cafe. ti I Mr. and Mrs. John Gove of Sanford Friday, June? 8_-._*92 75: .00 4 FOR SALE

.- I are visiting their daughter, Mrs. < Saturday, June 9..94 72 .00 (0'' ; Phone '804 500 W. South Street
Mrs.RAJ KOR HALK/! -Banana plants lady tinker
Dr. and Denning are E. J. Meyer. They will leave Kissimmee Co< Sunday, June 10.94: 77 .05 s> variety :X5: cent! each. \\'. U. Harris
at Leesburgr this week, where the doc-I tomorrow for a business trip to 00< Monday, June 11.95 73 .00 < U* ORLANDO, FLORIDASPECIAL

tor will attend the dental convention. i Dade City <* Tuesday, June 12..92 72 .00 purt '
i "/oALE-Ulda! for say <>r nil
Shaves 15c; haircuts, 35o; children, Auto For Hire Call C. C. Rum- 4 Wed'clay, June 18..92 72 .00 (0 of the benches uxe at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tI : mell Phone 41. 26-tf 11
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; 4 Readings are made at 6:00 p. s> ...-

Mrs. A. W. Bailey and daughter, I. P. Timmons spent Saturday to <* m. for the preceding twenty-four 4) 1-0<< l'I.\LJo-A: .plvrnlld 2u-aciu Cnrin.
France, have gone to Tampa for amonth's Monday in Kissimmee having come << hours. s> know n ..n the MH Kai'in ft-nefd with
sis- <00 ALLISON T. FRENCH. 4 winHi: \ nriCH In cultivation 10\' norm
( visit with Mrs. Bailey's down from his Gray: car state agencyat I <* 40444d40 In posture, "' ......tI'nom house r
Co-operative Observer. ::
Gainesville to visit business associates apltndlil he rim: pump well.I Sucfrtce SALE
and other < +4r a04440V< 44 I inlet'r $ I\\:\,, Also oar of th
Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. most.
arris. Gazette office. 14-tl One hundred dente arc wantedfor ,,... TKxl5n. l.vlna 1M-
Ira r Bats residence and l.iKi-: HOUII-
the Summer School of the Tampa Congressman Sears I'llor, 4Mo.uo' Jl1. Illliu-llll. :S7-210:
is convalescing ..
Mrs. O. P. Taw Business - FORSatufday
College fill office
nicely/ from an operation performedthis tions. A graduating course for only Invited To Speak At KOR SXI.I3' .Modern 4-room luiniilonfurnlHlied. ,
week at the Orlando General hos- (! ; bath. room: K.,.tt ge,2 0 : clt>
$50. Write. 26-2tc Flag Day Exercises lots: 12 lifiiriiiK cllruM tI....5 lnoulic -
pital. .. \\'. 1. Steed. 01 lox S.t: Smut
Mrs. W. A. Winn and daughter, Cloud. 20-i':: txKOR &
Co. Sam J. Sears of Kis Monday
New York Life Insurance Mad i Winn, left Kissimmee Mondav Congressman
L Lupfer, local representative. Mtff simmee has been invited to make tho KAI.K-KlPHh Jcim-v COM. IM-C-OIII!
for Lexington, Kentucky, where their of the colt heifer: K. titlf and In Hm speech Day
principal .
and daughter and sister, Miss:: Augusta Flag" .. I'rleiifHHonublo.. ,Thane Ms "
Misses Lauretta Snodffiass services, to be held on the evening of J. N. Parker 26-tff. i
Winn graduated this week from the
Leah Wilcox .spent the last week in June 14, at 8 o'clock in front.of the
Orlando as guests of Mrs. )o'rankGhiotto. University of Kentucky._. Elk's home. Congressman Sears is FOR KALK-Ro l'I''I ;'k of fllolH tit /
South" Kln&lmtuee. Cf> feet each tix We Have Just Received a Line of UpToDateLADIES'
of national The .
__ Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, an repute. 21)811) f<'"<. HurxHln for ..Hh. Apply| i '
Information the New Orlando, )o'iorida.2edicnl.:! Surgical, Elk's committee on program arrangements VuHf>'. iauottc tfxSECOND :
Ask for on _____ .
considered havea
were lucky to BLOUSES
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. man of Mr. Senr (caliber and ability !- : HAND OOOT'8( bought. Moll ;
modern diet
Equipment rest physi-
fer. 14tf'J. and r"'reThe| Cavlno 44-
ological therapeutics. Unexcelled in to deliver this address.A .

S. Cadel is expected home tomorrow the Southeast. 24-tf splendid musical program bus I FOR HALF For heir riirnliihprt'
; from Washington, D. C., where I I been unangcd r, the best talent in the Cents Rooms each nnd at No The Trespass Gazette Cards oftlfo. 1. We are now offering for Two
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. SouUer ]left city having been selected to entertain
. he has been attending; to business' 4rf Days only while"they last
with of vocal and instrumental I - ----
matters. Tuesday night for Harril : to spend the summer with : elections. The Klk's band:! "'OJ{ SM.13-Fine r.Klrtincpiopcrty\
Apply., the office of The Yallev(3asrttr 1 lot of Tricolette Blouses the latest
: At Gilbert's Service Station, for a their son. From Jacksonville]] they I will also play u number of pieces. KlnKlmiiii-e. 3-tl! $2.48

i' few days only, 30x3 V4 Goodrich tire went by Merchants & Mariner bUur/i- Special permission' from the city .,-' -- ..._. -------- ._-- shades, value $4.50; on Sale. . . . . .
; $11.00 worth $13.15. boat as far as Baltimore.Mrs. has been granted to close the street ((,n SM.n" -GIMI acres gaud .pasture...
l hued mar !St Cloud For gul'U l - immediately in front of the clubhouseand Oil ncr.VliloH 1 l P. \\'llliiliHaudiula ] 1 lot of Beasley Crepe Blouses {
Ned Bullock left Kissimmee Wednesday F. C. Edward., ::\Ir... A. T. a large audience in exnected to \\' per Kloil
+, for Camp McClellan at Anniston Snodgrass! and Misses LO.XH lees!, enjoy the !'l'n i"es.-Tampa Tribune. value $5.00 ; on Sale . . . . . . . . e
r Alabama, to attend the R. O. Cornelia Lancaster, and Almevia' !_.<'it- -.--- ------ foil .N 41,1: I ..
iM( ii-iirv: ; in IIc-. eohebre > '\11'< \turt12n "'
> T 'amp. ; ner, left Kissimm M"iijy forGail1l.tlvillt COW-I't'N'IIERS WIN FROM S "ii, 'intl 111 114.rH gaud IHI I1*, 1 lot of Blouses all fancy colors alue OLA Q A
> ---- > where ,vii)) jtVmi ...... ". -
r they I MllllN from I 'I".h. ('I itllllH *
onl.\ \\O IMlEPENUEM'STwiis : : fOKanner's
' The leading life insurance company the Teachers Summer mho,\ / n. i r i H t.1"1'.1) and 4-room """"< 8(5.00() for Saturday and Monday only. -
. of the world New York Lif '. See -* 1',1 Ie l $I Ixua l 1',1'1.: i iii tup,Mtfi '"' unit] ,
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more like a ball game yes- I .,, .. ..
I I. 11111' rtrhaog f" 1,1..j" 111"11'I
Sam Lupfer, ugtnt. 14-tftt'" Gordon Iluttorff i- at hi' ri';: q"nt" . .
t'-idav In tact II uas u rood pin'i(-. | ,IM ilv r ,. nod i me> home for n few cJ'l) 1.lie ,
to V Allll*'
m well
Mrs. A. N. McCauley underwent an 'h' i Store xuiteil His l ir.nrve pretty: 40 .\cir: ... :2 millfllllll "
University e>f Indiana < >< "si KIIIIKiiui>n'' i mi.n'
, operation at Orlando Monday, and reports liio. ( npunc'lie-is 4 and Orlando\: In- r I iHHlllllUI'l- I'Mll, a14nn< t?,
in I1H.icj1! :=}1.
the effe-e-t that she is doIng .! jut'ra.luat'd/ 'u iJ"H| 'n are to ', ,
Im.'i-nu: ,1' I
return tu
to ,
pert\ find :-tiuik' out ten men Flench, for NISY.: I-lc.11.; "'ILL IKIIIMI, lo "II .illllllllll I II Store
nicely.See I hake the state medical c.r"n! Orlando allowed four hit and funnedIi |I' pi.Ill Jl, Illll. It*1 UK 'usi ...Illllm I- : 1 1I
I |> I I''lit.' llltlKllI I It 'KHX Ifl se'lildds1' -
M Tiller to rent either No. 17 \\'. K. Allen ; I 11.111., on : h ,,it I I : II I .' II lltllll, , ,1,1* V Illll, ll\\ II I I .
1'ossiel i avenue, or No. 102:! South Vernon I the In"senp"rt'l: t ni fi"i n : Leo Wilson at left field and RoseopKobcrson I I:\lua: ; ;\ nxiiiiiKi 1"| "I"| n1,1' I 119 BROADWAY .M"

in absence of Judge Murphy week absence ptit, ni )h.. ....J J ,nr;,\i\ I II at short stop wee: in uniform i .spli"unl p'lrs17'l'r | ,, liaiuailiM lii grovesthe \...
e from city. 26-2tx in Portsmorth Ohio. Hv; ')')01 'i" I ;u- uJ.' unit ale expectc-d i to perform ..I1'.a..e.. th.1"Ilow III", ill'*, I.11..1( I l
heieaftcr.Nevt .... ....., .. ;
---- I companied him.n jh<. ,ii-i >,'t.o'f' ,,! ivjjulailv ':' !'O" : ttnll" -

Miss' Gertrude Allen, who has been trip andill remain in Ohio); for( 1 II.' liursrla! ;' the Cow-ounchert. I _ _. _ __ _ __ 'J
spending the winter in Kissimmee, tfo to Orlando. jjnd the following FOR EXCHANGE i

., left this week for her home at Washington I summer. week, lure :)9: they J pln)' I'.I'MM:SsI. \N uolim Noilli, mi, v K i-I ,,

.. I>. C. I THK TAMPA ItL'SINhf'H: Hartoal Kisimniee00in -. tldllMlllts. good tMIClH1. OIUl|.
,l.. ,pel I fill, ruupiug. .| III, l-xi'hanuit 111
LKGK Summer School, from nr till|
Just a few days only you can buy a (October gives rmtplete: .> jtie ,mbookkc'opmg \\' AUD MOVEDI ,.1\I .. a II.... 1n'-u.r,. 1..1.I. i- from,. tni'kfuriii The Joy of Building ,
Serv or the equity In n moncvinukIIIU -
e OoDo'iich; 30x3:\V4 tire at I
{it !". .
"hoithani) Jplly have moved l-n--y; woodvard from IHtllHC t lll| (ItlK IHX f 111" IIIHIMMl' til '
ice Station for $11.00. .
and typewriting.: A course i- nly 11'.1.' ,ll'HIMI.k.'( .1111'hl1' It q 4"u'M
[,16 Brack street to 121 Main street, \ Hoxer, KlHHlmmcp KlorldiiWANTED. .
Mm. A. L. Lucius, of Orlando $50. Cometo Tampa ru'. where I still piepircd to furnish I "
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spent several days last week in Kis- li.: tcMrs. my customers' with 120 veneer blocks I 'I.,

sirnmeo visiting her daughter Mrs. "- -- v-- J 15-inch, delivered for $:J.15; 12-inch =- .
B. G. :Smith, v it' two t'.11NTINI--Iluuses=: ; soul H utomobllcH" .' nH 'J
Leslie Squires. blocks, $2.95. Split for stovewood.j'uarant..t'd .
daughters, Mal Y France. sod Koi.iic'ino nix.lslly < .-l.. Ill Main St 2lf
make left T\. ...lay for \'aJ.Iwta.t. full strand; 15-inch for .4
investment .
The hest can
you $3.35; 12-inch fpr $3.15. Get your IF YOU do any kind of farming in ,
is a New York Life Policy. Better (;. ., for a few't'el8; visit. They accompanied winter's supply now. All delivered. Florida you should read The Fnnnrr Q1
than a savings account. See Sum !Mis. Smith's pjirontAJr.. 12-tf and Htnc-kmnn. which deals with citrus j
Phone 91. J. Bonin.
14-tfe nnd Mrs. Joseph !rtumn, who have amid truck farmlnK. live lod..
Lupfer. poultry and dalr'hlRend. for fee'
been visiting the ffriiths 'r A"ftnin-
LONDON PAPER EXPLAINS sample ropy or l.r cents for thrccmonths.
Mrs. Nelson Makinson, who was mce for the past mon'tr.! Yearly subscription $1.00. I
operated on for throat trouble in Orlando ----- AMERICAN SLANG three yearn, 42.00. Published twlcr I IA 1 ", Cary
EASTERN STAR -- month. Address ThA l'armer' and .
last week returned to Kissimmee J' ) :
Saturday: and is improving. . INITIATES. FOUR. "Say listen here;" begins Daniel l C, Jacksonville Stockman No.Florida.10 .Nuwnall Street 11-tfu 4Robert .', .: a'
L'coteyi j discoursing on American 'I' 1 ,
. cfJ
'' The best investment you can make Kissimmee Chapter No. M., O, E. S., slang in the London Daily News, ",ANTI I>--Th.. J. II. 'AtltlnM e'ornnu \'1/; : "

Is a New York Life Policy. Better had a very enjoyable': meeting last "I've been asked to spill you the II)' will employ a lady ur uroutleinat .. ".
Sam night at which. four new members agent In KlBHlnnn. A few other .
See 'down'
than a savings account real 'low on American slang. nearby cities 11.180 open. Watkins'
Lupfer. 14-tfe were received. These were" Mr. and Well, first of all, you probably don't pritductR an known everywhere and
Mrs. D. B. Shaver :MIF. :'MET: ,, Sine, know what the 'low down' is.>' Haven'teven our Hult-Hpeoplc, ins k.. hlir .Inconi. ..t*.
Lee Rogers and Leo Wilson visited and Frank Moriow.A a 'hunch in that direction. The In\.UKat. Slits OppOl ttllllt X ,I Full, Riedel CompanyNOVELTY
Meadow Oaks farm near Bartow attendance *(.> imrtlculul'H and xiiluablc xanplrsent -
lurgt present
p very 'low do-\\n' is the name as the* 'suv free to luntttcl H who menu bust-i! ,
Monday and brought back a couple and refreshments were ncd in on,' which has the 'inside dopemean flees. \\'rlt.. today The .1. R '
i of registered Jerseys for Mr. Rogers' the banquet hull following the} '"01 It. ing-that is, the speech on the inside k InM ('"", pun.'. Leila I ;. rt meat 88! Men-I I' WORKSHOUSE

( J dairy. A large number of Kis.i'rlmtars: of the can. Get; nie ? phil<. TIIIII._ td-Blx(- ::
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few signified their intention of t-'te ding "Now for a shot more! MISCELLANEOUS BILLS A SPECIALTY ,
You had better hurry only a
the Orlando Star's picnic f L.UtulePark .
"Feel kinda this morning eh?
punk ; -- ------ ---
30x3, Goodrich tires for $11.00
left next Tuesday.! Punk, I should say, means 'dead at' II-* YOU d" any kind of farming In ALL INTERIOR FINISH
. _
at Gilbert's Service Station. ,
Florida should' read 1'he I''nrmi
- you
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RECEITIOX FOR the waistline, 'dumb, sorts peplens wild fc*tor It man which dealwith eft WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES
The teachers of the junior department RF.V. 1. J. which j is much us feeling, like \vhalefood"'cry rims and truck fnrmliiff. lire tor!. I
[ of the Methodist Sunday school I low fur, that'x at the bottom .poultry and. delrying H.'n 25 tentH for three !
[entertained the members of .their The Christian ihuicn cav' .1 r.'. of the hea moiitliH y.'lv I ..u.'lpUnll.. f 41 I Oo '
dasHes with a party at the Bungalow ccption for their pat-toi Alit) .i) Miller I "Ever; hear of an 'apph'crasher2'Well three )'o-n'a', S2.III.<( TubltMlie I wlc.*

last Tuesday evening.Mrs. ] at the home ofI r, mMr"J n.] believe me. Bud), that'H second "mo".h., Address The Farmer .and I Phone 216 For Estimates t
'wllall St
Stockman. No. in eetJnclsonyllk
C. Stanford, on Frid.,\' e\nint.; At cousin to u whiile. Yes sir! This : l-tf-; !
J. K. Hilliard ahd son who the same time, the (,!hri"tf.T' L'tde4'- way. You have a new motor car and - --- -- 1''lorlda.- -- I I.It' Darlington and Halsey Sts.. : KISSIMMEE

Hold their grove ut Milliard's Island vor of that church fax en ar' well want to tell the world what a bell- I Only Fair i

two years ago and removed to Homestead p \itv fcr Mrs. A. W. Winn and) ;.Wnti: linger ( thank you) it is.! Mere's your I She-"How dale you kiss>' n,..." 'a
have returned to Kissimmce to line of ..hootif'l Say, But! if |
Mae Winn who are It.virc, > < Kuituckv tongue He "Oh, well, that's the wav -
live, they having re-possessed their to spend tr:,' <;-mm( -. I',.Tiny my new Liz is sine u humdinger. I'ultell you feel about it- get off my lap." j ..- II .

home and grove. t the evening the following d<*,(' hI fill the woild. She's an appleciasher =- .
--- for speed real whale of u fliv. In gardening, the soil may be kept i I
rendered I'jai; i solo, --a

Tampa Rev. M.spent H. Norton Tuesday and night family herewith of Sliss program Mae was Winn; reading: ;Mi'.s: \ Ke- 'e *. "that So that too, is. the inside from the under ends the of the finder fingers nails and hy drawing wetting -- !! i !.I.It

tekah Miller vocal Bolo. Mr--: :. Lillian dope on IIIDON'T
; '
)) W. C. Norton and family.Mr. of
Norton r. is pastor of the and First I violin Oevoreo solo; reading, !Madfr, Muss KiNeroc Vinri; ,HJ Floyd M. .10) ;, the\make} coume.of your you car:can and'Iuh.rull'all its fancy on I fencing them the over soap axet under the cake nails.soap This FIRE FIRE !! FIRE !!!

Methodist church of Tampa, was I Miss Dorothy Wills. rn/idjri., M",. foodads ( which u another name for will keep the dirt out, and the soup

on his way to Enterprise to attend a Katherine 1\1 iller.l'\ f ) -(r"Hh- littiiiifx), and if any one should ride earl| easily be removed with hot water. '
meeting of the trustees of the Meth- and ask for fuilu t .
n.ents of punch and' cakeye t -er r +iiJ. lip on a buxzwaKgon ,
odist orphanage. . tI, ,. and to let ,
- - i particulars>', you want
know that speedcan is the
H. S. Bullock with two of his son!, AUTO MAKES MEN ('m your f
to LIVE .Ml,CII LONGER latent in buggies>' spill 'em this>' hot.
Ned and Gordon, spent Thursday
in the of Tampa and Bab)', this here four-wheeled grape ; BEING WITHOUT A
Saturday vicinity Eleven years have been, added l to fruit is the cat's pajamas'-which is
Tarpon Springs, looking over the Can- the average life of the Arnt lean cit- the name as the snake's eebrow8ut CELEBRATE t

ly Bridge and the sponge fisheries. izen by the general adoption of the < the ciocodile's spats -.: in other
Ned the0 a
has been
working in /
automobile as a means, of i:1tlivid.1altransportation. words, the last Word.
plants at Atlanta= in connection with "Now here's little! conversation
his university duties, and d voted In 1903, when only to,8.-,0 l cars wore which we will run, first of all' in English July 4th atMELBOURNE STRAW
considerable time to studying/ Tampagas
produced an American might hope to and then translate;

works. ue an average of 37.t4 years.In "I 1 say, old man,' says the Englishman : HATi

Mr. end Mrs. Frank Ghiotto left 1910, or ten years later when "I'\'(. just nut a friend; who
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Sunday for St. Petersburg where they 4(.100 automobiles were liuilt, his stroil me u uric I mid then bought me I y .f.vvTn.............................. '
will make their home in the future. life expectancy was 41.01 jean M ]lunch and then accused me of be- 'i'y

:Air. Ghiotto has been a traveling In 1922, when 2,287,000 automobilewere i'nr stup-d: liecuis. I wouldn't pay the -
built his life expectancy had bill 'Ir.i' a "ntl..n:1\' to trent ..1mail. (
Rrlosman for Armour & Company., Good} Music-free Lunch
with headquarters in Orlino'o: which increased to 48.GI5 years -ii't i i i I' I woild lik\ <. to punch I

position he rest ned to accept a similar Sunshine. freedom from worry the his iaw j i V. & Co. i
one with the Wilson Packing Co., 'open air and the exhilaration of the "And I Let, "-', the sense nf it in Lyles Story

travelling out of St. Petersburg. open road has accomplished this in Ame.icnn'
twenty; years' time. "Suv folk,... I just buivped /guy | Big Parade

Coach Cason has tendered his resignation These figures were revealed. : after who Uni' < tu I' ,snappv snifter and i

as instructor of science and an investigation by three prominent I, then blew me' to a swell\ feed.\ But '
athletics in Osceola High School to physicians in Louisville in an exhibit:' whaHdn think thut gink pulled when I I LED BY ,

accept the prineipalship of the Win- at the National Health Exposition the check came''! Slugged me n tightwad ) KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,,
ter Park High School. People arc held during this month. an1, a bollweevil since I wouldn't'' f

wondering if the Coach is a newspaper That is why M. O Autrey says that salute the bund' J'1IIlIy\ I cnulda FLPIfljCEBANDBall

man, as he "aid' "We expect to the greatest contribution made to knocked I that lowlife fcr a' goat even } I 4 __

move to Winter Park about Septemher rood health and future happiness of knocked that lowlife for a goal, even "

first," and editors are presumedto the American people in the last :Deduction if it got hoosegowed!' (imprisoned!' ) for
be the only ones who say "we"! !! of the Ford price. "You betcha life!" Games and oth- Will place on sale their entire stock of !Men's ,

It'will take one million people away to
OOO.O.O..O..OO .o.. from the congested area* of the city New York City Masons gave a Masonic er Sports. Dress Straw Hats at big reductions. '

out into the coontty not only for Fashion and Home Exposition; Beach and big Street
FOR SALE Fine Broadway at Madison Square Garden, in May, ?
fresh air but to establish homes 'J
lot 61x110 Dance in the evening i
J property. Hous- or. : : where the owner may'have a garden to raise funds for Masonic benevo-
and sleep-> .
contalnin.elcht jom for ences. At a dinner:held in April,
J'In*. porch furnished;flowlnjr well; > and an open space developmentof given to the Masters of the local lodges l 4 '

*J fruit and flowers: good hade.' s> his children. 'the Grand Master gave cJut 1,00i i Come and Stay all Day REMEMBER THE PLACE .: CASH 'TALK$ : : '' '. '

.T. A. ROGERS. Owner. O Automobile speeders in Indianapol- 000 tickets of the Metropolitan. I f 1 1Ir'fU

610 Broadway Kissimmee, Fit. I. and held in. jail without bail for examination. A large sum .yas fealized for. Masonic y

t.O..o. ... ...t..* ..Jby .|J e;Sanity.....Corainisilon.I/ philanthropies.ZZZ! :;.-**"' /43 . . oooo'ooo" oooou OOOHOI .o.o/'. _o OO O.' II" I

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: 'W': ; An idea of the far-reaching progress Every Grnd Lodge 'of 'Freemasonry .

>n federal-aid road-building in maintains its own widows' and I
4 Y. Florida is obtained front an announce orphan: home for the purpose of taking .

)I ... ment of the Bureau of Public Roads, cafe of those women and children
department of agriculture that Flor. whose bereavement gives them .a
I ida la far advanced toward the completion claim upon. the benevolence 'of the k
: of what is known as the national Craft. Several millions of dollars are
continue t to sell our"citrus fruits "seven per: cent system." Under appropriated annually from 'the regular
the law the national system funds of the Grand Lodges, to
which is the only. system on which which large sums are added. from bequests I
federal money "can be expended, ii .()( Masons.
: for less than they worth limited to seven per cent!: of the total John W. Wilbraham, a Mason who
money are certified road mileage in existence: died lecently in Pennsylvania bequeathed -

The, states were, asked to ccrtifytc $io0.fftOO) for the Masonic
the department here the total road :haritiea of that state.
,niiltUKe; within their boundaries to be Last year Floyd N. Rice, who diedat
f used as a basis in determining th
: 4 ;; : I seven per, cent limit for the variou 'A your "Thirstie;
We, the cooperating growers who market our own fruit states.' / I know just what

: ',: % through ,the Florida Citrus Exchange, continue to sell)] at top Florida certified to 27,548 miles ''of :be
roads and the department has approved i ;, need when dust
prices grade pack quality and considered.
: n ; voiumo the tentative Florida which
eS"e system and sun beats
.: fixes 2,960 miles as the limit of Florida )
: Your fruit if ;lOU are not a member of the Florida Citrus road mileage which may be built I always remind

Exchange, continues to be sola in direct competition with ours, 1 with federal aid. Of this possible of a delicious drink
limit, Secretary of Agriculture Wallace -
lowering the prices received by all ot us. has actually appi oved Florida

road projects that make a total of 1855 ,- 9a&c.:
Practically evry car of fruit we sell has ta"'meetconsid- !! ; miles leaving a margin of 1,105

I erably )lower prices :offered to the trade. by the noncooperative 0 miles yet to be auJJiorUed."When :
.t Florida's seven per (cent' rangeCRUSH- ,
.< and speculative' marketing 'agencies. I system is completed" "said, Thomas. II. I II Si
-. .0 MacDonald) chief of the Bureau of !

': .0. 4.W are able to get better prices because of the consumer I Public Roads "a citizen of Florida $
0. -- may get into his automobile and:l ride ,
demand ior- Sea.ldsweet'grapefruit and oranges developed by, 12,960, miles on federal-aid roads within ,"

,t: .years oi consistent advertising, and ojr reason of our reputa- 1 4 th> state, without getting off an

_ tion for fair treatment of the trade i I I improved I I bad bridge highway Or a bad or encountering hill or a bad a his for Tfunt, also 1J

... .
: _._ *hv* *> '\ curve" $ -Lune-CrwJi

) Every Florida' grower, whether or not a member of the j The tentative -system of thirty-

i Florida Citrus Excnange less for his fruit under the it three .states, including Florida, have '
been .-Crushes-owe their
I < approved by the federal officials.
present system than it is actually wort Why continue the (II The combined mileage totals IO. ,406 and delightful it1t6

destructive methods which produce this result' ? j I miles. By the end cf summer apjroximatel to the natural fruit
\ :
0 I ] 179,000 miles of road will '
-* have been designated as of the of oranges, lemons and
a part
0 t Five thousand and more of us who have tried the coopprat J j federal-aid highway system, which To these have been t

". : i\e idea of marketing and have not found >t wanting, in- I 'a hen completed will cover approximately pure cane sugar, .
j 19.1,000 miles. In the )
I \jtc th(' other Florida growers to join us in eliminating un- tates in which tentative thiitythroe systems -- for fruit juice., U. S.

wise competition from the tilruy industry. have been formally approved, : food color, fruit ,.

I K.f! of the 1,015 cities of 5,000 or and carbonated water. .' 'p ;

In the Florida Citrus Exchange we have built up an efficient ,[ more population lie directly on the '
( '
0 j lUppiovrd, system. nn-| each of the re- : : "
stiong organization which is amply able to secure for I II Imainjnp cities will be connected with WORKS .,0,.. '

0 every Florida grower all that his fruit is worth whenever the i countioad.the system .l I.y an improved elate or $of ( Ki."lmmH', Florida ... ,'

I ., present plan of soiling fruit for less than its real value by I I Secretary Agriculture Wallace. .

many growers is abandoned. !I' in discussing; the rapid developmentof 0 +. :
: Florida road improvement explained of ,
.-' that in designating the routes $
''to hr included in the federal-aid COMMON SENSE
0 TV/ii// no' try rooprrnhon instead ofromftrtitvrn 0 tern federal und state officials sought syx! I Spuds Johnson I

0 ? U'hLlolltlt'r aceept for to irive a maximum of local service 'A. I don't want beg-

your fruit Its than yvu should rtctivttf and at the same time to develop a ) / in their fields.any But

... "If'at national system."hile : I believer in this the
.a.." "-- ""' crop
the improvement of the fed-
I j is a pet of mine. Years
.J.4 tb. PI.rtda eit,.. Ez.L.r ..4 I'M'.!'. tb. kL.. <.ll r eiul-aid system may proceed more $ ) I I started in farming for
.r P..r .'....!. tfca _sa._ .t .... ..mresl __le_. .r i slowly than some would like" he ad- ) : I' to it that its seed were II
..b-B........ .r writ* .b. ......_ _.m.g.u .. ..-_ Fl...... '''ded. "and more slcwlv than it would ) in all my fields. Now it is 0In
under more favorable economics, .
J hpd on acre.
'nevertheless almost) before we realize : I in the every for jidse
heggarwrej *
: :
f fI
| it we shall have a federal road system reasons. First and fore.

which will not only serve local these reasons is its abil. I I
needs but will make it for .
the tourist to drive from one end of nitrogen-the most pre th''
element 4e know lot.
?FLORIDA the country to the other and fiom one/ the air and store it in no
I pert of any state to another on good
I I stems and roots. There Is Kit
I roads for the entire distance."
It a soil improver that thtt heCr.
i..L br-
t land Star-Telf'"l'am. 1
0 CITRUS EXCHANGE sometimes I think it u 1 .
J considered. letIfr
i a< reason for my growing

- -- _ ___ h - ( Bartow--Record I i in that it makes a very ex

THE INFLUENCE OF HIGHWAY ten mile trip then was, to many, the t[14,000 CASES CANNED GRAPEFRUIT Did you ever notice how much a it for be cut the for farm stock.bay aof

0 TRANSPORT UPON THE RELIG. equal of one of fifty, today. In sum SOLD IN CALIFORNIA smile means to a little child ? If not.' may high in food value.hay, In. lui
i mer ,the long aandhills and slippery the next time you meet; a bright lit-0
IOUS LIFE OF MY COMMUNITY clay slopes, and the winter ice-cov Tampa, June l1.-In the five tle chap en the street, say good morning right kind t or beggarweeij J Jin

ered streams, drifted roads, or frown months that the Florida Citrus Exchange heljo, little girl or hello, little right stage, I'd put up
(The prize-winning essay l In Florida slush kept people at home. Motor has been selling canned grapefruit man, or some similar greeting. Likea alfalfa or timothy- that wididt
High schools'which will be enter. vehicles were rare for their value packed this season at the Eagle pebble tossed into the water a ,rip .
; eel in the national contest for the $4- : \ point in its favor is I that it
;. 0 was unproved.' and the condition of Lake plant of its affiliated or anlsa- pie 'starts that reaches the other
) 000 unive..itvltholarBhip.. This essay the roads discouraged their use. tlon, the Winter Haven Fruit'Pro shore. So with the smile and kindly 4'm a' heavy growth of humus ;
was written by Miss Addie Mul- Newspapers stimulated interest, however ducer's Association, it has marketed greeting given to a little one, that the soil. Some of the 1 '
f. '. l<*r. 'of Osteen, student at SanfOrd and curiosity did its sha e. With its Sealedheart brand in :31 states and may also reach the "other" shore," as over at the Florida Col
; High SchooL) the arrival of automobiles gogj roads Canada, it is announced; Of the more a blessing to ycu. Try this same have said that
In my home community in northern than which : life to the soil. I'm In-
0 0 became a necessity, and a lasting 30,000 cases have already plan some time when vou pass one
Oklahoma, the region once called No change took place resulting in good been marketed, 14,000 crises have been of the bigger boys or girls, say from I they are right, if the y
J.. Man's 'Land, the development of good straight roads passable in all sea- "Kol I roads and of all religious activity Rons. It took perservaiice and hard This wide distribution of Seald- si often passed by about these ages. its furnishes. ;....
: have been inseparably connected everince woik but men who dared No Man'sLand heart canned grapefruit gives: practical Especially ia this true of the boys' never seen anything that i I.ti
0'' ,,' the first dusty coveredwagont" were never quittern.' I evidence of the extensiveness of thus leaving the-- impression with things better than the "
stopped beside some creek. Because they forced the improvement the sales organization of the Florida them that you consider them of no ) beggarweed. It col i
% The religious life of a community I of roads automobiles helped in Citrus Exchange, and its effectiveness importance.In i from Nature's own rich a.
( \ is a broad term; it includes mole in coveting the markets of the / in the air above in; it sup
0 many ways. It is hard to believe, coun- the lust pine'- you;- friendly'
than church attendance and prayer I oven when one has witnessed the try. No advertising has thus fur been greeting flay teach them u lesson of ing ; farm stock with the very oaa.

..: : meetings. It covers every spiritual (change how much they have increased used. To create a consumer demand. /good nmnnctx. A n'wa". rive" the ify e and hay; and it fur a
phase of living and all intercourse | not only to stock sold cheerful soil with the best of hum
":, religious activity. All life wasbioadened move present greeting to children whenyou .
that lifts to a higher plane. During: 'to the trade but for educational ', life. .
; young peoples' societies I purposes them u trial the next time
1;. the last few immense ( time to start it.
changes right
looking to cheating demand
iuiTiished! experience and developed a you meet one on the street. Besides 0 (
in modes of living have taken place for nextseason's inl'rt'allt'dprodul.tion. If you haven't orf
smile has
thought along many lines, encourag i greatly a a commercial value anda
changes directly traceable to the ask agent
fl ing comradeship and helpfulness. i an advertising program is grouch has none. No doubt we your county
I construction of I And don't it off.
more general good
:4 roads. 0r1 Sunday school and church came to now under consideration. reap as we sow, and the giving of a -- tyartolag
mean mere, when distance was no I I The Eagle Lake cunning factory .smile, even as we pass a child i is a ,
Only those who have lived in NoMan's CROSSING CAMPAIGN
longer j has been operating and the
/ an obstacte. With better communication I day night handicap to grouchy feeling that -
". 0 Land can even faintly realize it was easier to practicethe shifts for the past six weeks and i il* seems inherent to a few people we -in the United States
: what heartaches and
struggles its deeper principles of Christianity I now consuming about 1,500 boxes! of meet on life's highway. Swat the in a campaign for the
;: 0 settlement has meant. Many a homesick love and kindness.If I giapefruit every :24 hours; It will grouch 'as you would a, fly. It takes of accidents at all grade
woman hasthought of
.0 I little white church wistfully some home missionary of the probably continue its operations threeor less t'nerfCi' and is 'more far reaching are the summer months
some "back East; early days, absent fifteen or tw<<:nty four weeks.Canning I in its efFect.ANOThER.
its peacefulness, and the friendly I years, 'Should come back now, driving plant No. 2 of the Florida '
general should be
faces of those who
brothers andsisters ;
were his little Citrus Exchange will be that I
wiry ponies he would see of the SEA MONSTER in the to be
in that church. | campaign
Many a strongman ,
without quite defining his need. that many of his prayers for NoMan's I j l Dade County Citrus Sub-Exchange at CAUGHT OFF FLORIDA COAST under the auspices of the
Land :Miami. Work of
; have been answered, and assembling this factory --
r wanted Association for the
:! the inspirations of forceful
.1': : \ Kermona and solemnly swelling music. he could well say with Odell Sheppard is now under way and it will be Miami June 11.-L. L. Mobray. of accidents involving au
the first of the
: new Exchange plants founder of the Miami Aquarium and
other vehicles at grade
But it takes
money to churches ,"There roads to be in readiness to vice
' ; and fair number of members are that clamor to greet!: start operationsat president of the New York The campaign will be na- ,
a to
support -
0 them, and the settlers were or- I the dawn. the beginning of the next\<< citrus Aquarium. his! classified the 20,000 his its scope and will f'xtenct
I,:". < dinarily poor and long distances I Or dip to the misty sea, season. pound monster of the deep caught by of four months from
","; When roads ;Wandering! restlessly on and on Claud Nolan off Long Key Saturday. he September 30th 1923.
apart. were only dusty I
I: 0:: trails, broken by canyons and sand Through all the'years that be; RARE MASONIC BOOK GIVEN TO as being of the same' species as the I he \ illustrated posters
. ; i hills friendly callers were few. But these that march across the plain PRESIDENT HARDING) BY A big. fish captured by Captain Charles '! what sometlmw
Past banners of CHEROKEE '
I ,.. As more settlers came, roads were Out of the goldenrod. INDIAN Thompson several years ago. I these crossings when
f r sights and sounds of The Thompson fish
': men was 75 feet to excerclse cau
; ,; improved somewhat-the worst proper
0 very Are leading back to God." One of the oldest books and
.;L crossings on the creeks were fixed. on Masonry long weighed 30,000 pounds. The a ( ) displayed public places (
,, 0 I and the deepest sand strawed. Sun extant in America, was presented to Nolan fish' is 35 feet long 23 feet in cities and towns as well[
PLENTY OK GRAPEFRUITFOR President Harding last week. The girth, tail 12 feet -and I
day schools, and occasionally church. span weighs I of grade -crossing
I" j were held In the first one-room school THIS SUMMER I volume, published in 1793 and relating 20,000 pounds. It is the third largest ed districts. It is believed

t J :::i house and no one who has not experienced Jacksonville, June 1 Grapefruit several the thousand history of Masonic orders for waters fish to in be captured in south Florida l is that the safest plan '
j a. dearth of religious influences for this summer's years was given to recent years. Another monster LOOK AND LISTEN.t'
.I (s use are now avail- I the President by John M. in addition and
Taylor to the :
can estimate the real value able for the first time in considerable! I Cherokee Indian a one captured to cross railroad
':ri i of Sunday school there. Men and quantities according to a survey just Oklahoma. living at Claremore by Dr.Captain Thompson was caught by grade crossing. '
1: :1 women drove weary miles over the completed- the State Marketing The book II. Schlegel early in June 1919 in view of the many se
oJ "i I. toilsome roads, to feel anew the Bureau which discloses that approx- teemed Masonic was dedicated to "the Es- off Cape Sabel. This fish was 30 feet i which have occurred ,

; 2 "peace that passeth understanding" imately 300,000 boxes of the 1022-: Washington Esquire President General George 000 long and weighed approximately 25- .' crossings during recent
;; und ol;, old miracles were translated 23 crop remain to be shipped Commander-in and pounds. loss of life and prop;
{; 4 into the marvels of their daily surroundings probably fifty fruits to the averagIng box. the U. S." It came Chief into of the the' armies of I shore The Nolan fish is hauled up on the i I every person operating an,
possesalon at Long Key and will be skinned
for the little children. The increased production to which of the donator iI will realize the serious-
,L "t, I':. Still the relentless miles were a is due the present supply also has father a Master through the will of bin: Monday. The skin, vertebrae and I situation and resolve to.:
Mason who inherited entrails will
be held tol.1-
barrier. A home missionary dauntlessly brought down prices so that grapefruit it from bin pending the arrivals campaign by literally
TVo, daring heat or cold driving a .. no longer will be a luxury in Mason, born in Orange also a Museum experts from the American slogan which has been
county of Natural
Virgin- (
History for
0 I' team of Indian ponies might meet the summer. ia. ex "CROSS ,CROSSINGS
! '.; many warm welcomes in the isolated Hon. L. M. Rhodes, bead of the mar- .amination. I ." {{ *,
pettier' home and yet encounter keting bureau believes --- "
re'f that hot wea- Let Them Ue ---- - --- -- ?
fusals' to attend church services be. ther consumption also will be materially be cultivated till tht'
'f 0 cause they were too far off, and the enlarged by the fact that Florida A severe electric storm in Easton to dry, unless there il.|!
0 road., were bad, or because, in the grapefruit now on the trees are fully Aid., played some queer pranks in the Us. a harrow.feme "*'*) l
. ( 0 rash of farm work, horses worked all ripened, and so sweet that they need farmhouse of Charles Adamson while Sunburned ? shallow sweeps Snri; |
. ; week,and must rest on Sundays. The little, if any sugar. he and hiswife were chasing chickens Is the cultivation if any',if.i
: 0 work of better organized to shelter. A bolt entered by the ,;:
, 0 -- -- -- front door the 0 tt __4 ,rf,
In thefew small towns, had little in- --- moved parlor furniture )- MENTHOLATUM?
': $. c out into the writer who bss'made I
I ifln ncet>utsid, the. immediate limits 666 cures MaIariaChills and kitchen pushed all 0 *'
l 0 :''of thetows4. The roads ''were'.tUI'a the kitchen furniture out through Abe and .oothea probleBV'hastdiscojer*
11'; (l1/, ..hindrance; the roads,,and lack of anvmeans Fever Dengue or Bilious back door and 'then went'upstairsnj ed.kin ,aeoresv:,otl..edUet.W? flsfrw)

}1;; .. It'. ./ -. '.of. speedy- transportation.A/ destroys the germs I tossed through the the windows.bedroom furniture out 0 S. ; t ..botn.. ad nerr,men.- mill'Oh,ute.' T"..*...:,

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(I 1"64etLI(,4 DOwN, Mo..e I SA/O .' HAS NEW MANAGER '
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H3P1ESSEET Aeo\M" YOU No Guess-Work
qUITe SSaTCru OOW/\l, MOMS" .,,"' Tampa,-June l1.-c.II."Walker"o' <

.Q .:.. sI ; Bartow. for a number of years man* -

I H c, SOFTEN: 't ager Exchange of the,was Polk elected County general Citrus manager Sub.- :Most folks {know that getting eggs .

SS4L SAYUVG S'e of the Exchange: Supply Companyat ,depends largely upon, the hen's,feed-

I, HOiflE) :: here that this organ week.tlon'He. succeed annual meeting W. F. '. -:"Yet_with many people feeding is guess-' f

,-' Miller,,who resigned because of the work. ,'Their hen's lay'. part of the
;; .. : increased attention required of him time and 'usually "board," when eggs "
by his private i interests .
1 Oscar U Out) .3 Dr. J. II. Ross, of, Winter Haven, are most profitable9.Afore !: '

the i ... president; D. C. Gillet, Tampa vice
I at ,
president; C. E. Stewart secretary-
4's. Back
Plate & ... treasurer; and L. B. Giles, assistant Eggs or Money!
secretary-treasurer all re-elect
o ed. The atockholJere increased the The guarantee behind Purina Hen
b, G board of directors from twelve to fifteen Chow and Chicken Chowder eliminates

Terry -' : and Dr. J.elected H. Ross the, at following large.; W.members R. an guess-work. These Chows have all

Gilkison 0 / Lee, Marion Sub-Exchange; ... C. W. the elements that make eggs. That's
o' Kramer, Highland Sub-Exchange E.
+ ;
.evot area... & 1 / M. Berry and P. C. Peters, Orange why they are offered. on a money-back, -?
'i 1 Sub-Exchange; II. V. Pay Volusia guarantee.
Sub-Exchange; H. G., Putnam, Indian tAsk

I SAID THE FOILS\ "'AI"VS"f'"/ \ C.. " NOWWHAT WAS' ; = River Sub-Exchange; E. P. Liver- forth. Checkerboard
more, Sub-Exchange; H. E.
OWN OMe;_ . ( A MINUTe., y :' IT VOU, We t=. Cornell, J. A. Snively and A. V. An- Bag

A* ( ABOUT tou51H y C-> .- S ",,.,.6' .. ..-= -:;{ derson Polk Sub-Exchange; A. J.
t-1 -: ::= "- '
\ l..u.INPA -- Dozier, DeSoto Sub-Exchange? W. W. PURINA,
You QOITEOFTEN Raymond, Lee Sub-Exchangs; J. H. '
It ? Gillett, Hillsboro Sub-Exchange. w
'C7 -ft\s- 1 ;..;. Reports of Managef"Miller showedthe was auuirur
", tit . company to be in a very sound financial -
jy -' a. condition wlth bright pros ..a.i .
MO.OPERATION pects fur future business.
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o- Mrs. W. S. Graham oCooCo CHICKEN
-- .? 1'ert. 't Satisfaction Guaranty< <- CHOWDER
O t It.XHC I \VOHK A 81'KCIAL.TV ::5: _

: o Phone 235 105 Park Ave. 0 G g 'p ', lay erwrraew .

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NEEDED IF vation. The fruit that is not of good TREASURY 1 EIT. MAKES Atl.r.rr KI..I.. .!.C..... .Klvrlda_I... at Law
GRAPEFRUIT IS SAVED quality should not be shipped under SHIP LIQUOR RULING STICK
any circumstances. It will not bring -- Oomtrml I..metier..... tit.tee mil c...alwsae....
enough to cover actual costa, and will Washington, June 11.-The treas-
Tampa. June 11.With npproxl- only serve to kill the market for the ury wil stand pat in its determinationto
k nately ,00,000 boxes of grapefruit rest of the fruit. enforce rigidly the recent Supreme PAT JOHNSTON O. P. OARRETT
emammif from the 1922-23 crop stillo "In the event there is a slight! Court decision barring beverage liquor -
be shipped, and with prices the better demand for grapefruit, we from territorial waters of the
lowest they have yet been this sea- want to warn against immediate shipments United States. If so informed customs 306 Broadway
on the grapefruit growers of Florida of heavy supplies. If the officers in new instructions tonight Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank
are facing a drastic marketing market should show a little better issued, an official declared, that
lituation, says George A. Scott, jren- strength and be immediately flooded further misunderstandings with for- TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
nil sales manager of the Florida with grapefruit, it wilt go lower thanit eign,governments may be avoided.The KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA /
itru' Exchange In a bulletin calling has ever been and there will belittle French government, through
n all\ growers with fruit to cooperte -: prospect of re-establishinr/" any its embassy here, had !suggested! to Milton Pledger Ellis F. Davis | No. .
in effort! to remedy the situation. Up
an demun this season. the treasury during the day that each .
I' member of the crew of the liner PLEDGER &: DAVIS ,
"This IH the first time that Florid= RECENT RAINS CAUSE France in New York harbor should be f ATTORNEYSATL.AW )
has evernhad such a large amount of SPECIAL SOIL TREATMENT allowed to have his wine ration of I
rapefruit to market during the summer I I one-half a litre a day as required by State Bank Building
months," he soys. "In past year :! Rains have fallen almost daily for. the French law inasmuch as the ship
of fruit at this season wus I L Wl'ekll.Iany crops have been dam had left her KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
[the supply II home port prior to June I I --
Comparatively small and there was I l1 ;ed. Coining ones may suffer from 10, tIe effective date of the regula
iio trouble in disposing of it, at !satisfactory I the packing of the land and the leach tions. Embassy officials took the
prices.I Ing out of valuable plant food. Howto position treasury officials said that DR. 1L J. DENNING Gazette "Want Ads Do the Work
"But a new situation is now pr"I'i treat the soil after such a rainy; after the liquor stores of vessels had DENTISTOver
Inentlng itself. During the past ]' Reason has been asked of Prof. A. P. been sealed by custom authorities
the Post of flee.
the grapefruit market has been en u Spencer of the agricultural extension the former practice of opening' the
steady downward trend until it has I'division of the University of Florida store for issuance i of wine rations OFFICE: HOURS: i to iiio. 1:10 t. t,
I now reached its lowest level. The He answer as follows: should be followed on this trip. Residence Phone 174Office
situation has been brought about by I "The effect! of water-soaking on Some representations were said to Phone 158
(heavy Florida shipments and the Increasing Florida land is to make it compact: have been made by the embassy that
I supplies on northern markets and. in most cases, sour. Perhaps the sn understanding had been reached
of early California deciduous greatest damage comes from the< that such practice would be permit- I P A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW
(fruits, cantaloupes and strawberries. leaching out of the available plan:
I "It is also an undeniable fact that food. On account of the heavy rains ted.Assistant Secretary MOBS in chat goof
la lot of grapefruit this year was not that have been prevalent over moat prohibition, immediately called the t OFFICES
I of rood marketing grade. The unusual of Florida during the last few weeks, officers the prohibition unit together WIater Park, Florida
weather conditions of last year some good trucking lands are water- : to trace down the statement-credit 1
(resulted, in a number of localities, soaked or under:water.. These land ed to them but was unable to find any.
tin.fruit being dry and nosey., will not be planted for perhaps fouror one who 'would admit having made it.
,along' five months, but a good deal of the k t ti
I "This fruit has been shipped Mr. Moss later called the embassy's > >
with our better grades. The buyersiidnt fertility that might otherwise be attention to the provision of the,regulation > TURNER MARBL3 4 GRANITE >
like it;, the public didn't want leached out can be saved to the soil.. permitting the entry .o; ships > COMPANY TAMPA >
t; ,and as a result ,they have both "Whenever possible, open up- the into American waters with a liquor
urned to other products. The entire ditches BO that the water may be cargo if they had left their home ports > MONUMENTS- *
rapefruit market consequently sufjer.d. drained off. Then, as soon as the prior to June 10, but explaining that 4' >
I land is dry enough, plant a summer such stores must be sealed.
"The Florida Citrus Exchange ,has I crop, preferably a legume although While the first international com-
dea very thorough and coraore- any I I crop that takes 'Sap fertility in. plication to result from the applica "
nslve study of the entire, situation stead of allowing to leach out will .tion of the court'o drastic interpretation Kissimmee I $ 'Q' 'I '
ha. taken steps to command every save much fertility that otherwise of the Volstead Act, threatenedat / Q'
cane at its power' to bring back) a would be lost. Such a crop not only first to develop serious consequences ,'
mand for grapefruit and re-eatao-' stops leaching, but also supplies humus most treasury officials tonIghtwere -1'
sh markets so grower can get a to turn into the soil later on in inclined to the view that the difficulties f .EmoilsYOIT .
lasonable price for their fruit. the year which will be of direct ben would "blow over" and that' Real Estate Agency CevyeTraria
"But the efforts of this organise- efit. A crop of cowpeas will serve hereafter general compliance by the i
on to control the situation will be these purposes and also furnish considerable foreign ships with the American law FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
bsolutely useless without the whole- forage for farm livestock. may be expected. INSURANCE 4 r .v
arted co-operation of every citrus "Florida soils are very responsive <> INDEMNITY BONDS *>
wet who still has fruit. to good treatment. If the proper Tallahassee\ June 9.-Jerry W. Carter 0 4 n, M2ei4c
"The Florida Citrus Exchange it preparation is made to take care of who was appointed hotel commis- o.t o. ..oooo .o.oo.oo 1
Convinced that there can be created the excess water, even though there sioner by Governor Catts and the only ?
good summer market for good qualty ,, Is no valuable crop on the land bet state appointee of that executive Car % 9 C
grapefruit. For ordinary, poor ter crops" the coming season will re holding office was reappointed today S. B. AULTMANREAL
rade fruit there is absolutely no de- sult. hy Governor Hardee for a term of
and. The won't even consider I
buyers four years. $5.00 starts to-
it."It. Old folks Made New -_._--- _._- -- you
is up to the growers of Florida i ward the ownership
to ship only the best of their
Jng grapefruit. It is their rt'main'j I "It is now five months since I took ESTATEand -4) of any type of Ford

.1|n course'of your medicine for gas and / Car Truck Ford-
stomach trouble and I am feeling entirely RunaboutTrack or
well. My friends all tejl me I son Tractor.
am looking twenty years younger andI FIRE INSURANCE .
certainly feel as they sav. I am
Notice recommending Mayr's Wonderful We will deposit your
Personal Remedy to all ailing with stomach and -- in local
liver trouble." It is a simple, harmless payments a ,
preparation that removes the 11 Darlington Avenue OeeeieFord bank at interest.

catarrhal mucus from the intestinal .- __ __ - 0 __ .
tract and allays the inflammation You can add a little
which causes practical all stomach
We have moved liver and intestinal ailments including CITYMEATJARKET every week. Soon
appendicitis. One doae will con- ONLY highest the plus
vince or money refunded. J. Z. Rob' long- payments,
from Darlington erson, and druggists everywhere grade ,of extra a.- the interest, will

F. E. C. EXTENSION tensile strength, make the Car,Truck
Avenue to goes into the new
Goodyear Cord Tire or Tractor yours.
with the b.veledAll- Fresh Meat and
615 Ten miles of graded road bed in 90
days is n record promised Okeechobee Weather Tread. Come in and get
and officials of the Florida East That's one reason VegetablesPhone : sot* full details.M.
Main StreetTelephone Coast Railway by the M. J. Cole Company why Goodyear Cord Tractor
according to an interview at Tires u
I Okeechobee late this week with T. B. for thousands 44
2.03 Tanner in charge of the Miami rail gedly J
extension out of Okeechobee. on thousand of
"We have already completed grading miles,giving you ut- C. AUTREY, Dealer
1000 feet with 75 men up to Tuesday most tire performance KISSIMMEE PLUMBING
of this week," Mr. Tanner said.
.at low tire coat
These are Depoalterie for ,
"And additional men are flocking mile.A. .
by the score BO there will be no shortage per .
Sanitary Dairy, of.h.lp h......,.. said. A.G..b ..S..1.......... FORD WEEKLY PURCHASE PLAN PAYMENTS

Cart. Simmons. brother of the county ,fArwrM'w. ,>cn JlI.." Nothing,Too Big
clerk of Okeecb bee county Is C .. AU-
4 foreman In charge of the construction ( ...*..!* ,x..*w ae.wderLIIIfI Mrf ...** Nothing, Too Small Bank of OsceOla .County
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Company help.: '-
uP I Last week contract for the first i
9 miles.ate the'Florida East Coast t +I r.i LI i>Elt All-Work Guaranteed Merchants and Farmers Bank .

P Milk & Ice Cream :Okeechobe CHyMiasni extension, .to..JtcJ at t. tOttii. .;"
;was J.t.'_lalch arranges for the rapid O .. : '
'" completion of the road *. far tooth '- . '''''' ....... 'f ."---.. .d IBi-r**" ,
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as the St. Lucia CauLokeecbollN' " ('-; r.l" ". f off ':'
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: prize for high: score among the-rnem- AUTOMOBILE MONDAY NIGHTPeople

I bers,.* lovely fruit bowl was won by FOILED a }
JIN. SOCIETY'S .REALM ] Mrs. H, S. Geiger, while Mrs the Nelson club in the vicinity of The Gazette -
I Makinson scored next among
I startled Monday night
were ,
members, and was given a pretty box about eleven o'clock by three or four

: MISS "PILLKY ENTERTAINS of ed stationery., Mrs.the B.guests'and L. Dixon scor-was pistol shots and some ."hollering. Ina =TODAY WE CELEBRATE OUR,_
highest among seconds considerable crowdof
BRIDGE few a .
: useful fruit )knife and Miss .
given a
citizens arrayed
dressed so
j .beautiful event of the .week was Jean Thomas, lowest" among the scantily
the weather
cither because: of
r w "a Chinese' bridge!!! luncheon given by guests, was given a box of stationery. their non dissipating habits, collected -
Miss Kileat her home on cake was or ;
Mayme delicious salad and course! '
a' A
Bryan street to a few invited guests.A besides the members at' the junction, of Mabbette,
served. The guests, the
color scheme of orchid and screen included Mesdames Church, and Darlington. Gradually
of the ,
final l
prevailed, the decorations being mostly Bryult \an, Gardner, story was pieced together, the
-: \
the structure thereof being; a .tale of automobile Eighteenth Anniversary
in '
+ of bouganvilleae arranged Woodbeck;TJixon, >Vilson, Davis Carson classics.
thieves and Ford
luncheon table ,
different rooms.jand the .Misses Amy and DotMakinson <. I
back to the of the
I was laid with handsome lace cov and Jean Thomas. Mesdames Going cause
.", with Chinese hut shots it was learned that Bob
'ere and centered a Stanley and Lee came in for
Schmidt, of Schmidt Brothers garage,
having a path leading to a pergola
The tea. was calling at the apartment above
built of bouganvilleae. place -* --
t."j"j cards were in the shape of Chinese FAREWELL PARTY the :Merchants: and Farmers Bank. I
His Ford roadster was parked on ,
tea cups and the names of the person TO LITTLE MISS

f I whose place it marked was written Mrs.! J. R Singuefleld entertained, Darlington avenue While opposite he and the his upstairs ... .. . . .. .... . ... . .. ... Otooo .oootooooooooooo oooo..
i' in Chinese. The tally cards also had Tuesday afternoon at her home on entrance.
t Chinese figures on them and a delicious street at farewell for companions were talking he heard his
Main a party
of the
served, car humming and
; Chinese menu was little Miss Ell(>Geiger.. The guestsof it.
window to see someone starting
while an incenser burned emitting the occasion:' were Mrs. Sinque-
f fragrant odora in the rooms. In the field's school class: The little He ran down stairs and the would-be
spr tho first prize, two exquisite Sunday thief rolled out of the other side and
game folks enjoyed many Interestinggames today entered the businessin
the Eighteen years ago we grocery
' towels, wall awarded to Mrs. I after, which delicious "beat it. Bob veiled for police
:, and readings,
I Roy Starbird, while the second prize : refreshments were served. and Night Marshal Charles Prevatt,
''r a lovely crocheted bouldoir cap, was who was on his regular beat near the Kissimmee- -
given to Mrs. Harry Dale, and Mrs. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS Tress news stands got to the corner, .:I'Y' -
b i I Farmer was consoled! with a hand-. IIAU BIG TIME LAST NIGHTE. neck and neck with the first :yell,
-' painted mustardJar.. The guests_ in. where the thief and his accomplice
eluded MesdameS Edgar'XI zt Walter S. Hall's organized Sunday were making their get away in another '
"' "' ''''''''''''' ''
'. I Coble Roy Starbird, Holmes Prather, school class of the Baptist church Ford. Guy Hammack was -....................... ........
I Hugh Geiger, Harry Dale and Carson had an enjoyable social gathering: last crossing Broadway when Schmidt
( Farmer. night, with a program, at the Baptist called, and he and Tony Rotundo
1 1 church house. Songs and! refreshments joined in the chase.: The car passed
1 BRIDGE PARTY all J them; and Prevatt ordered the--driver 'erecall
were" enjoyed by present Looking backwards so many pleasant business associations
TECH MAN instead he on ,
FOR and an interesting program J presented. to: stop, but "stepped .
Miss Violet Bullock entertained l a her." The marshall then fired two
;. ', 1 I number of friends last Monday nightat Carson Farmer superintendent' of or t three shots under the car but it that we want to celebrate the day by thanking. the people

the Bullock home on Clyde avenue the Sunday IIchooi, spoke on the subject sped on. ;Meanwhile Schmidt had

at bridge, honoring her brother Ned, "What Constitutes A Successful gotten his Ford into the lace and he of Kissimmce and surrounding territory for their liberal
who has been in Kissimmee for two Sunday School," and Dr. Sutton's and Prevatt, llammack and Rotunda y
e, weeks vacation from Georgia Tech. ...ubjl'ctVIIS "The Relation' of the Sunday railed the thieves.' Out Mabbette, to
.1"t .Cut flowers, roses, and daisies, in vase School Class to the Church." :Mrs. Bermuda, to Vine they raced, the patronage during this nearly a score of years.
and basket provided a beautiful setting Belle :Modie gave readings. wheels of the law gradually: gaining.At .
: for the enjoyment. of the youngt G. B. Woodall is president of the the Iron bridge the occupants of

people present. class and Mrs. Modic fcecretary. I the fleeing car jumped out and tookto ......
Walker to be the woods and marshes. The four .
r Miss Carolyn winner proved at bridge searched the woods and palmettos ..........................
the highest point ; FATHER GOLDEN CELEBRATES pursuers
i and was awarded a deck of cards GOLDEN JUBILEE I, but were unable to find the
'. while Victor Hill was consoled for thieves. They returned with the captured
lowest score with a box of Thursday, June 7, was the anniversary car, which had some Singer
I.J guests who enjoyed Miss Bubock's of Father GoldenV ordina- sewing machine accessories in it, and Looking, forward],. we shall endeavor, to continue those associations -

i charming hospitality were Misses tiomto the Priesthood fifty years,ago. bore a New Jersey license tag::
Norma Griffin, Carolyn Walker, Lois which was celebrated at the catholic Sheriff Farmer and llammack and in the same pleasant relations.Floyd's .
1 Overstreet, Mary'Tiller, Janette' Griffin church the following Sunday, June Deputy John Bronson with another

i 1 Margaret Stanford, Mattie Stanford 10. The church was artistically dec- posse returned to the Shingle Creek
d Rhoda McNeal, Margaret Brun- orated in gold and white to suit the) section hut were unable to find further -

son, Hazel) Moore of Dunedin, Patsie occasion. traces.E. .
I I Makinson Dot Makinson, Amy Ma- At eight o'clock the Rev. Father J. :Meyer, who lives in The Ga-

t: kinson Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bullock. said the mass at which beside his y/ette apartment, added same lightto O.OOOOO Otoo. . . .t.ooooo..otOto..ooooo. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryan, Mr. and instructive sermon, he made the announcement the situation. He and others had

; :Mrs. Victor Hill, Bryan Simpson, of fifty years of untiring noticed u Ford car parked on Church
Jack Simpson, Sheldon Johnson, John eervice as priest in the church. During some distance north of The Gazette
,*> Graham, Gordon Buttorff, Bob Grant the mass, music was rendered' l hy building. About eleven o'clock he
S. W. Cason, Bud Anderson, Murray Urs. William Sounders. heard, someone having difficulty starting
I .I Overstreet' Walter Bass, Arthur Bul After the service, two little trills, it.. and heard footsteps on some
lock, and Elmo Griffin. Elizabeth Muller, and Rhudine Vick- loose boards in the rear of The Gazette -
l erg, dressed in white and wenrinir building. Goinj* to the veranda | Store
SWIMMING PARTYAT wreaths of iispurujfUH, fern, and I he saw a man run out and call to the Grocery
PLEASURE BEACH daises presented! the Jubilarian witha mun in the car to hurry und g'l un.iv.'I :
Mrs. George W. Persons entertained \beautiful basket. cf yellow cluttered 'he our turned sharply to the left i
a number of friends Tuesday evening daises and Marechal Neil roses, and und sped out ;Mabbette lust us Marshal I
at Pleasure Beach in honor of her also, a purse of gold representing his! Prevatt' and the others a . house guests, her sister Miss Lucille riftv golden years in the priesthoodwith on the -rene.' I
Persons, and her niece Miss Nell the oontfrutulation and best Another angle I, in the case .1("\ ( Agents for Lassen's Perfection Flour
Hogg, cf Americus, Georgia. A most wishes from the congregation. After ed I when it woe! learned that 'IOP'j)
f enjoyable time was had by the guests this ho went on his usual mission to the time of the attempted
p who. after the swimming features Saint Clcud, to sajf mass at tenthirty. large touting car with wire wheels I
) were finished, partook of a delicious circled in the neigkboihoc-d:: later
picnic lunch of salads, sandwiches, Great festivities were planned for soceding out :Mabbette in the direction .

and other refreshments. him on June 7, at Saint Augustine, taken by the other cars. The officers - - -- 'tY------ --- - -- ---. .
The guests at the picnic were Misses and on Sunday, June 10, the neighboring returning from the Shingle - - -- - ---i
Persons and Hogg, the honorees, priests were coming to Kissimmee Creek search, not having been apprised tor the plaintiff and assessed damages A Japanese law that forbids memo
and Misses Estelle Persons, Johnnie' to celebrate Solemn High Mass. of the suspicions regarding thin COUNTY COURT HAS at $150 principal and $13.40 interest bership! In secret societies has pre
Bronson Lois Overstreet render them and costs of court. S. B. Ow- vented hitherto the establishment of
Virginia The Orlando choir was to the car, believe it passed on Vine
Smith, little Miss Mildred Persons; music, but when Father Golden I street as they were coming back with TERM en, as receiver for the Waters and Freemasonry among the subject. of
Messrs., Walter. Baas, Murray Over- learned of this he sent his thanks and I the other car. The general opinionwas UNEVENTFUL, Carson Grocery Company, receivedthe the Mikado. Information has been received
I street, Sheldon Johnson Elliotte Gilbert regrets fearing that it would be too that the thieves had planned on decision of the jury in three that the next a.lon' tit
f r J.' E.'' Gilbert, Raymond Rainey, much for him on account 'of the extreme the Orange Center route in case they cases. In his suit against John II. Japanese Parliament a bill removing
and George Persons.WEDNESDAY heat. Then his own congregation 'did net make a smooth get-away, and Opened Monday Morning Barber for $150 damages he was this disability will be Introduced b, e
came with their humble tribute that this car picked the two men up. And Adjourned Wednesday awarded $79.12 and costs Against distinguished member of the nobility
h CLUB w which was a surprise to him. The I Marshall Prevatt notified Orange George Sessions, for $150 damages, who has Investigated the purposes and
WITH MRS. FEATHER priests of the ,diocese,also remembered I Center and Orlando by telephone and : Cases Continued the jury awarded $77.41, and against teachings of Masonry .and believe
p, : The Attractive home of Mrs. Holmes him with a purse of money. ,all the ,exits of. the city were covered Young Tindall for $200 damages the that the fraternity may become a con*
Prather on Broadway was the 'scene More prized to the Jubilarian was I by deputies. Up to. this writing no The June term of county court pp. jury assessed the defendant $59.44 structive moral force in the lift of

of a charming social courtesy when I the cablegram from Pope Pius XI, : further trace has .been heard of the ened :Monday morning1, before Judge and costs. Japan.
entertained at bridge the members 'conveying his felicitations and thieves. Comer, with the regular court officials The case of S. R. Chapman againstG.
of the Wednesday Afternoon ; blessing Aposolic -- -,-- I present' and the sheriff making I H. Chenoweth. for $500 damages NOTICE NOTICH'IB TO HIDDKHM. h.
Bridge Club and invited guests. Cut The Rev. Jubilarian cordially reciprocates All is not silk that glistens.: Pure return on the jury venire I showing all was heard by the jury, who found Board or County iceby Commissioners Ifl..n bv of 0.-<
flowers in vases and baskets were artistically the congratulations and silk being expensive, many substitutes I but one juror nerved. G. W. Ashton for the plaintiff\ and assessed damages cpola County Florida that sealed bid
4 arranged throughout the flowers from his friends in Kis and adulterations have been de was excused for the term and I' J. at $:-50: and interest at' 8 percent will be received up to ten o'clock A,
many M. on the Ifth day of July. A. U. 1I1J.,;
rooms and the bridge game players simmee. veloped. Ask your home demonstration Daley had! not been served. The following from May 2. IffZl. This Is the same at the offloe of the'Clerk of the Circuit
unusually interesting to the agent for instructions how to jurors were sworn: J. Nathan verdict which was obtained at the fall Court. OeceoU County. Florida at tk<
ti of which. there were six tables. The Subscribe for The Valley Gazette test the silk goods you buy for purity. Bryan, John B. Carlin, Alec Keen J. term of county court, which, on appeal Court HOUM, KIsvlmmeB. Florida tar
I,:M.:I Roberts, E. S. Roliff, John W. Barber was reversed and sent back to Special purpose Road of the and fallowing <|p crlkl'
_ Ilrldgv UlatrW
'<; ---- andH. the court for trial. Another
.1. A. Button C. C. Newton, county Bond., to-wit:
E. I II I led rick. notice (>f motion for new trial was 180,000.00 par value of DonUa of It

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII U 1II1II1l1II11II1I1I1I1II1I1I1I1II1I1II1I1II11II11II1I1II1J 1I1II1I1II11II1II1II1II1I1II1I1II1I1II1II11II1I1I1II1I1I1I II1I1IIi L Tlie court soun'Jfd the criminal given. .denomination. When the of F. C. Bryan andCorrt'oanj
..- docket and the following/ cases were case Huh Bond. will bear. Intrrrat at till
i == continued: State of Florida versus arnin"t Martin Stoke, a rate of six per crnt. per annum. Interrat -
= == Elijah ('arllun, recruiting labor under $(tOt) damage! suit, was called, W. J. payable' arml-nnnuall Bald hands
Steed for Kriiibs; and Steed, attorney will mature and become due. and paynble
I -- r Contract with another; State vas Ed over a period of 30 voara at the
.' =- --- Tyson, having still in possession; for the plaintifTj demanded trial, rate of 6 each year for the flrat M
-- ==: Henry Roberts, defrauding landlord; as the "I'u-e was 'continued at the last year beginning 1 year after data and
6 H year for the last 10 beginning
1 Howard unlawful term; <.r court. Put Johnston, of John- years
Tyson II after date.
I = of intoxicating liquors; Dock Stevens, stor :ird Garrett; attorney for de The Hoard yearn reaprvea. tho right "> rev
petit larceny; Tom Tate, unlawfully ferj( .it't. moved for another continuance lest any and all bids, A certifedch9ck
i i the grounds that Mrs. Stokes, for 150000 payable to the order of Ib*'
carrying: a weapon; S. P. Bailey, u rleetl, d] witness, was ill and could Chairman or the Hoard of County CoramUalunrra -
: worthless check Robert' Par- ,
The Bank With POVERTY AND PLENTY passing: ; Oareola County Florida
liar, petit larceny; Rose Williams, nut appear.. The motion for continuance muMt accompany each bid.
1 petit larceny; A. S. :Morris: illegal was granted with the un.ter- This the 15th day of June, A. I> .11X1.,
= the aiidtntr that the cane shall bt tried 1. U OVBR8TRBET.
= fishing: ; George; McLean, false promises Clerk of the Board of County Comtnlanlniicra. -
at the next term of court regardless ,
; Alberta Graham, unlawful pos- Oaroola County. FloridaSeal
Ability session of intoxicating liquors JohnGSrJ' of anything. In the $500 damagesuit ( of County. Commissioners
== Oaceola County, Florida. ZT-It
_._ of Lawrence Silas versus Josh )
== landlord LesterDavis
-- - 'tt,
=== -- < defrauding ; .. .. ..
Green, the jury found for the plain-
- -- --"
=== and defrauding landlord; Gairett
=- Robinson, transporting liquor, unlawful tilt und assessed damages at $40 and =11
costs Pat Johnston, attorney for the
Willingness possession of intoxicating\ -
POVERTY is the for wasted and Cleveland plaintitg ve notice of motion for
==r: price paid quors! ; Jennings on
== to ServeBahk .== three charges, viz: operating automobile new trial. npC,
without proper license, reckless
1, dollars. Plenty the reward received for =_ driving, and operating' a car while SOMEWHERE: TilE SUN IS '"
intoxicated. SHININGIf

DfPOSnS INSURED banked dollars. The case of the State against II. K. "' n

Shaw, defrauding landlord, was nolle oriv we could always remember -
== pressed, as were those against Harold that! O
-- =-= Gilpin, operating automobile with Is the &day dark and dreary? Some- A
out proper license, and Mrs. J. 11. An- where the sun is shining. ( M

6) Poverty or Plenty-which do you prefer ? dreson, keeping child out of school.A Does life seem impossible, its! task :
number of defendants pleaded too heavy, its joys fled ? Somewhere a
guilty to minor charges and their the sun is shining. -lQ
i It is WHOLLY in your power to make the cases were dismissed upon paymentof Are friends insincere, bringing discouragement -

I = costs. Among these were J. P.llolbvook and depression{ ? Some- ;
a- t motor speeding; E. F. where the sun is shining.
} choice. No one can make it for you. Belts, operating trailer without license I Have the slings and arrows of out. M 2
= : ]David Barnes, reckless driving ragreous fortune laid a heavy load up- :
= = and Curtis Brown, operating truck on you ? Somewhere the sun is shin-
without license. A. C. Parsons pleaded ing.

guilty to operating an automobile Has personal loss impoverished the
lfi without a license and was fined one itart's content and l left only a pictureIn ; en ""

1 dollar and costs Paul Martin chargcd the hall of memory? Somewherethe t"
of Osceola l with motor speeding, was not sun Is shining. ...,..
County P1 present and his $25 cash bond was And-remember this also-the sun I 0 L.a...
ordered forfeited. In the case of the will shine again for you. \ .eTn i io
.t State versus Robert Jenkins, unlaw- cloudy and stormy today, but-tomor- UJ rt' ,G)

ful carrying of concealed weapons, row the brilliant light which has .e1 ........
the jury found the defendant not wiped away nature's tears for centur. )

Hours 9 A. .M. to 3 'P. M. guilty. lea, will break through and transform o t: i@@ Yi' a
The court counted the civil docket the landscape.! And time with Its i
I a.A and a number of cases were tried. alchemy is certain to assuage your 1
In the case of'PerfumeriYDosInc.! griefi soothe your troubled spirits' and sr' s- :
't & a 'New York' corporation,' against warm flame the candle 'of

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