Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 3, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01127
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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URGE TAX 'SUPPORT :'. ,'SU'l'ToN.KISSIMMEE] LEAVES SEPT. 30 PRESIDENT WARREN G. HARDING'STRICKEN' SHERIFF ON. NIGHT BREAKS OWL, PLANS_IN ,.1. JULY WAS WETTEST 'i


CHAMBER COMMERCE Pastorate- Ate' First Baptist, :.Church t BY APOPLEXY IN '.SAN FRANCISCO HOTEL Slip. Into Back-Ream- Gathering' la .;,.MONTHJHIS"YEAR': ;; '

't... :Will Close September'Thirtieth Local Business House'Where Plot '
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Gives WiUi August For a VacationDr. Is Hatching: ,And Gets Ear-full

Willis Local J. A. Chief Executive Of Nation 8ed Away Without Warning Rainfall Almost Double ,,11ieNOI'DU'I'WJth' r
Trade Body.'Pointers'OCommunity': Sutton, for the last three Kind tough when you're hatchingup '
: \\June=
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/ : I years pastor' of ",that; \ First Baptist After A Week's Illness Was Believed Over And a bunch of thrilling stunts to pull Atigust
Building
., church in Kissimmee announced to off,on the unsuspecting public to have 18.61'Inche.s..Too.,Much

-....... for the his congregation .tail; Sunday that his Every Assurance, Given, Of His Recovery: the sheriff walk in and gum up the '
Advocating taxation sup pastorate in that church ,would closcj --- '- meeting., Sheriffs'are., supposed to Rainfall last psonth;'In'Kiasimmeewas '

port of Chambers r of Commerce,'and on'' the thirtieth of September. He Warren G. Ha ding President of the United' States be on the trail of Night Owls Anyhow, 12.77 inches,as compared ,with
the chambers
pu.blicity.by the normal
: 'July precipltation'of;
proper was voted -vacation during the so no body is to blame but the Owls. ,
Willis Powell sometimes, known AS month of AU&'Uat"with'' full'pay. for the last two and a;half yeaVs, is ,dead. And thereby hangs the tale., or 6.16 inches too,much,'a.shown' by F
t'the" Lake County Chamber of Commerce i A nation mounts President the mourningnade. the reports of the:local
'Dr.; Sutton has, during his pastorate another Speculation has been rife for the )iceoperative'weather

was heard'by a well attended in KlMjmmee' been in frequent .more poignant by, the f 4ct 'that the nation has re- past three week, ever since little observer. May' "was 'almost
local chamber at its
meeting of the demand in this city well in hints leaked out of what was really three .times the normal,, and' June '
as as other ,
Wednesday luncheon. To prove that parts of the state, for speaking engagements. joiced, during the past.day ortwo.at; the seeming.r cov"-: going to "be pulled %t the Night, Owl nearly double the .normal" giving'anexcess : ', ;.. A'

his idea was no idle dream he, cited His fluency and wit ery from an illness which had confined him to his suite to-night. One man looked over the list for the last-three months of

fact He quoted a letters: from the' have.. made him a favorite at public in the Palace Hotel in Saa* Francisco for just a week. of attractions and read them off; 18.61 inches. The'first four months'of '.

chairman of the board of county'com- gatherings, where he has often been Without warning, ,silently, and instantly, death came and "Bathing Beauties, Hosiery Display; 1923 were each below' normal,
missioners in Lake county calling attention from 1.34 Inch..
ranging ,
called to make King' Tut's Harem et cetera. His deficiency
upon welcoming adebesse.
took the
nation's.
head even he with Mrs. Hard-
to the fact that since the coun alb spoke in '
.. A former Chautauqua lecturer : wife happens to he a member of the January to 2.21 inches low,in: Feb-J
ty had paid the expenses of the cham- ; he is a' deep thinker and has- ing, who was reading to him. She paused, and looked at club( which is putting on the shindig.He nary leaving a deficiency for.-the l;

ber the valuation of property,bLake usually given ery instructive and interesting him. "That's good," he said, "Go on and read some more." studied the list a while, then said, first four months of 6.84 inches..May "w

county had increased from $8,100'.1 discourses, while his remarks He raised his hand in gestur, the light of living in his with conviction in his eyes and tearsin precipitation was 7.46 inches in excess '

000.00 four years ago to : in lighter vein on other occasions And thenInstantly his voice, "There's not a darn one of the normal for that month, *
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00 to-day and on an $11.500'000'1 eyes. so that of 6.84 Inches' the H
have been thoroughly enjoyable of them Ill let MY wife be in. It a deficiency
than the cost of building because of his keen wit and fund his expression'changed, his hand dropped I may be that the sheriff heard that. .' 'first. of May was replaced by an excess Z

road. The work of the chamber had of stories. He has been a booster back, and the President was dead. Then women are bound to talk a of .62 inches the first of June., n

resulted in a saving of $256,000 at an for the things Kissimmee has been in- Secretary Hoover was the first of the President's I little just like the men. (Maybe The last three months have not only- .
expenditure of $13,000, and the mill- not "just like" the men, but similarly. wiped out a deficiency of almost three
terested in
a good baseball fan, football
cabinet four whom in San Francisco with
him
Qf to
age of the tax levy had been reduced enthusiast, and other things are .) And when they get interested in months but have brought the total

from 41 to 30. beside his regular job many of preaching.Dr. reach the Presidential suite,.and Secretary Wallace followed plotting they're not always too careful for the :year, so far to an excess of

These results had come from constructive I Sutton is leaving today for Secretary Hoover came out of the quarters later, who overhears them. This week 11.77 inches.
publicity. Mr. Powell is a i on individual of the male persuasion I July is normally the third'wettest.
Okeechobee City in the Interest of a and, deeply distressed, said to newspaper reporters,
publicity expert. In discussing advertising friend in the north who is consideringa I can't tell Lieutenant Commander distinctly heard one of them ray to month in Kissinunee, following August -
methods he took occasion to pastorate in that city. He will return "Boys you a thingt another, "Which one do you .uppose and June, but it exceeded' Jane ,d

flay the road signs. While he would to Kissimmee for the month of Joel T. Boone, assistant to president's physician, had will cause the most scandal T" Maybe -I.this year by .88 inches, in spite of

, favor laws preventing signs being September and has not announced. his just left Mr. Harding, and hau commented, "Doesn't he the sheriff heard that. '" the fact that June this year was almost -,'

posted, he maintains that advertising plans! for the future. look splendid !" "Then, all at ohce," he said, "he just went Two young ladies came into the double tbe'normaL' The great x

rids concerns have no more right to put like that his Gazette' office with some advertise- est'rainfall ,during July for any twen-' it
snapping fingers. "Something just
tilt mgni up than others have to take.them snap- (Continued on Page Four) ty-four hour record day, was on Tues., :
>JMn down. If they put them on prjvate JOE TRACY PROVES 'ped ; that's all. -unu_ day, July 24; when 2.08 I inches' of ,

property redress can of course be had Vice President Calvin Coolidge was notified of the CASLER WILL TILE' ., fatqfU"The only other two inch ,
and
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At. for trespass. He does not believe1'ili "WARDEN; CLAIMS death of his chief and was sworn in as President of the rain {:daring! the month'' was pn July 11,.

f* signs lie said in the old days when I 'United States this 1I \ when' 2.01 inches fell.: Many' people '
morning.
TEN ACRES
tin the horse and wagon was the meansof NEXT thought that last Sunday's rain, +
I tat travel to the city and the farmer Escaped Highwayman To I A conference by four cabinet members in San Francisco July' 28, was the heaviest of the year," ,

heat would stop under the tree to cool off, Go Back To Gang As Mr. decided, with the approval of Mrs. Harding, that the Steed Tract Finished And ut'tbe'preclpiutlon was only 1.72 .

lor. or>> eat his l lunch, the;signs night have .Dlitch-Said He,.Would body ,otiftresident, Hardhig-will leave San Francisco, on Presents Object LessonIn I inches. There,were,onlT' five,rains
.
i'!.. had effect but today they are worth. during the month:of more'thaw'one'inch
'a train at about o'clock and direct
IM less. He told of an early impressionof Following the' disclosures about special seven tonight go ,Wettest Weather the excess for,the,month,being- 7;

Klsslmmee which showed the ef- Florid (penal 'methods, and .}heir to Washington, by way of Reno, Ogden, Cheyenne, Oma-. chiefly,due to almostdaily, precip,

fect of improper advertising of an as correction by.the'la.t legislature and ha, and Chicago. I into M. the D. Casler tile-drained is tbe'next one to,,get itation, there being'only.six,days daring .

gllsI set. Nineteen :years ago he said, the subsequent prevarications writtento A statement issued at 8:30: p. m. last night said,."Mrs. He has this week had the fanning survey game.com the month 'with no rain',Three of
he came through, Kisslmmee. The a northern paper by n fiction writer the ,remaining 'twenty-five days re,
Harding,' who from the beginning the President's ill- pleted for tiling ten acres of his farmat corded less '
than hundredth of
lid train stopped at the depot. and he in Cocoa,,Florida citizens and Jo' orida' ,one an
looked out of the car window .at a friends were gratified ty a long ness had expressed complete confidence in his recovery, 'Bermuda .and Oak streets,, and the inch .however,,Last yesrthe'mpnth'ofJuly ,

'It sign setting forth the. advantages of story in the Literary ,Tigeit of last did not break down. On the other hand, she continued, blue prints them are to-morrow being made and now.contemplates He it rained 17 days and was dry
expects -
?I'f the city. The sign stood in a swampof week tolling of the "brighter. side ofFlorida' as from the beginning, the bravest member of the group. tiling the ten acres immediately. 14, the being month.1.46,: inches below' ,normalfor

InlUI green ,scum-covered water, "-and penal method: Close/ on When it was realized that the President' had actually He'would like to'tile ten acres r -
-6 said "Kissimmee, the healthiest city the heels of the publication of that The heaviest rain of 19230 far ,
,mssal jn the United States," while on the story came an incident in Osceola passed away, she turned ,to those in the room, whose con- more,him and says that if the city will was on Saturday, June 2, when 8.13 4
he will add
give
right of it and on the left, were large county which further proves the cern had turned to her, and said, "I am not going. to break ten more acres proper to drainage the tile-drained land inches of rain fell between 6 p. m. r

a.era signs advertising two different claims of Warden Blitch. Quotinga down." which is rapidly becoming popular in Friday and 6 p. Saturday.. There

", brands of chill medicine. That is Times-Union reporter the Digest --- - this section. have been five, rains during 1923 over i
u
7f one bit of advertising which he said prints the warden's statement that 2 inches, while there was, but one "
\ The pessimists about this section
tot had stuck in his craw. And so it is nine men escaped from the state farm CONTRACT LET FOR COWPUNCHERS BEAT I should take a run out to the Steed two-inch rain during the .entire yearof ,r

hat with Florida, with its health giving: during 1922. "Six of them were captured tract, tiling of which was completed 1922, an even two inches hav'ng a r
andft.
climate, and plastered along the road two of them wrote for funds ST. CLOUD SCHOOLSchool EUSTIS YESTERDAY last Monday. In spite of an inch and been recorded on May 23 of last :year.

are signs advertising cures for every with which to return to the farm and I'a half of rain every day so far this The rainfall up to August first of 1

... known disease! the ninth man is still at large." The onth a tractor plowed the four acres this year is only 3.45 inches less than r

, In city building said Mr. Powell, warden went on to say, "One man got Board Lets ContractFor Kissimmee Gets Big End Of yesterday with no trouble. It rainedan the total for the year 1922 and the ,e f

the three important factors are pub- as far as.New Orleans when he wrote New High'School After The Score In Ten Inning: inch and six tenths yesterday af- wettest month of the year is :yet to ./! '
! that he wanted to return-that he come, while September is e
re.the licity, financial! support, and personal me normally
down in
BidsP. Game Got Eight HitsIt ternoon and kept on coming '
0( support Personal support he defined was tired of dogging. I sent him a Considering Five ; the evening, but this morning on this I the fourth wettest and October the
,rt. as "co-operation." Without it ticket, and a few ,days later he re- Ifth. The five rainfalls over twd y;;
tile drained land
teams againat
afternoon were
Saint took ten innings yesterday -
of Cloud
E. Morgan, was
nR, results will not come, but with it a turned. It was the same in the other. work Seed beds inches to date this year are: June 2, I
. I city must go forward. And when case." Then he was asked, "How awarded the contract 'for building the at Eustis to decide whether planted yesterday discing. and Lupfer were and 3.13 inches; May 16, 2.32 inches, the ;r )
Is still new high school building in Saint Prather's Cowpunchers were to bring the Chamber of Commerce' f
co-operation ceases the trend turns about the man who at large? Steed wil begin setting out strawberry day was :
eel'Os backward. It is like pushing a huge Mr. Blitch replied "I'm expecting to Cloud, for the erection of which a home the game or leave it at Eustis. plants on the Steed field to-day. 'marooned" at its noon meeting. and' r .t
hear from him almost day, want- $45,000( bond issue was recently sold 1 lightning struck one of the church \
ball hill. With everbody pushingit any The Kissimmee natty The have somewhat interfered
up aggregat on .. rams
to the G. B. Sawyer Company, of .'
u( the incline. But let some ing to come back home." : buildings just as Mr. Mills started to
goes up did that little thing, however, ftth a I with progress in tiling the eight ,
Mr.
Jacksonville. Morgan presented -
pushing, and l it start backwards And that's what has evidently happened sing about Noah; the day following
atop l\t} bias four to three win. I acres of S. L. and J. E. Lupfer, but it '
- and it takes an awful mob {to for it is believed that the man two differing in electrical, un Last week Cy Young let Eustis i is hoped to have the work finished by that, with 2.13 inches; July 24, 2.08nches '
- referred to is Joe Tracy, who escaped der-flooring, sheeting, and plumbing and July 11, 2.01 Inch. '
stop its downward trend. The reas- have six hits, and Wianuley only the middle of next week. Carson
forward faster, last October, from State Road Camp equipment. One of the bids was This month is starting out to be a- .: ,
cities do not
on go I and which loosened up with two. Yesterday: they Farmer will be the next on the list "
the other
No. 1 Blountstown Florida, af- $41,743.60, was wet one, with almost an inch ani a
near
employing publicity: methods, support- reversed the proceedings Cy allowingbut with five acres near the stock .pens, t
and pulling togetherfor ter: completing all but six days of the accepted, $39,381.20.Four half a day. Wednesday's rainfall was p
ing its activities six hits again while Mr. Wamsley and Holmes Prather follows near the .
progress, is because they become first year of his two year sentence for I other bidders were present, donated eight to the Kissimmee swat Lupfer and Steed places. As mentioned 1.25 and yesterday's 1.61.
be- highway robbery. Everybody in Osce whose bids. follow: C. C. Hanner of i The hottest day during July was 1
self satisfied. The moment they ters. At that, said Mr. Wamsley ; above, Mr. Casler is almost "
themselves ole, county knows Joe Tracy, arrested Orlando, two bids, $44,421.19 and $43- the: sixteenth, when the government I
with ,
come satisfied just I wasn't any too good to his visitors for i ready and Monday and Tuesday, two
then they let the other cities passthem. many times for various charges, 814.19; Marshall Jackson Company of he struck out eleven of the nine. The I more tracts were surveyed. County thermometer climbed up to 96, dropping ',:.;

but not convicted. They finally got Lakeland, 51565.00 and $51,215.00; Eustis bunch made six errors while ',Prosecuting Attorney Milton Pledger nineteen degrees at night however ',
him when he and his pal, F. A. Peppercorn, of Orlando, $51- to make sleeping more attract've. 7 i
however .
Mr. Powell said he had been "on the Cow Punchers had only two black ,and Mrs. Jessie Kleinman had five
three 950 J. C. Hanner Construction Company The coldest the thermometer registered :t !
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Vfontsdoca
now serving a year
both sides of the counter" in the newspaper marks chalked up against them. : acres surveyed, contemplating' joint ;
business.. '. Newspaper advertising sentence were convicted of imper- of Orlando $56,420.43. The features of the game were the 'operations in tiling, and P. C Butter- during the month was on July first I. 'fA
sonating officers and holding 'up a Mr. Morgan will start work on the !off had the do the when 65 degrees was recorded. T'le' ;1
is the best advertising for city I..pitching of Cycombs Young and the engineer same preliminary -
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Continued on Pare Elgrht new school house immediately, and warmest nights were on the 14th, a
building. When request for literature fielding of Cecil McLean. Combs work on ten acres for him. "
comes in the literature should someone who still is not imbued with it is expected that it will be finishedby has won three of the five games played i It's great staff folks. 'Tiling is 26th, and 27th, when the temperature :

be accompanied by the.n.wapapers of the idea of co-operation, and still failsto November. The school board was with Eustis and is making a repu retting more popular every day and did not go below 76. Five'nights- }
the results accomplished notified at the meeting at which 'the foot of laid for during: the month the mercury staid! \ :
the city. Literature may paint rose see puts tation. McLean made two of the every tiling drainageand
ate pictures,..perhaps all truer but the up a similar tale of woe. One such contract was let, that the G. B. Saw- prettiest one handed catches one .Irrigation purposes; means that In the sixties. The hottest, day of" ,i

gives the true, impression came into his office some time ago. yer Company had'token up the bonds, might wish to see. One time he was 'much more .contribution toward the 1922 was June 9 at 97 degrees and' .* ", .';A*! '
newspaper ,. had liarned of him which were sent to the Florida Na- future of the real Kissimmee. the hottest day In the hlatorT'.of t"<. ''e
of{;..the place. A newspaper cannot Mr. Powell said he way out in the field where the player
had talked the tional Bank in Jacklllonville.Other' ,has '' tCissimqiee weather station, covering'!' .;|:
publish exaggerated reports( and before. that,he on to climb up few steps. Therewasnt "' i
i Dr. A. J, Holt, of Arcadia, stopped period of thirty .on August -
a J'Mn.was :
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"gefaway with them.". atreet th..me way and he had made matters before the board at much time for,climbing: when
In':advocating.taxation for the sup- I'Wa; po) 'to'Iook', !p hat man's,,holdngs its Monday meeting related to 'the. he:6Ct'tfi'erp: and by'' a sort 'of back- ever in Kissimmee Wednesday night. 19, 1921.:when the.mercury almost.. : -Qi'
'' .. 'on his way to Miami, and, spoke .at reached 100. It.got'so close to the X 3jtcentury ,
,what his taxes for'school bus contracts. A petition *.Vd' .
port- of Cnamber* of Commerce< he # ,,and! find out I Jump .he itretchdhimself'Oven ; top e
., church. 'I' inaik\'that'I00' they ;
the hi
I tt.1r :
i Baptist "went t
aid,'.ome of the people'used ;to kick the. support;of
JL, on1 ..being'taxed*for the parpoa.. I',publicity( ,were. 'WJienhe made his ,.' asking that the board rescind" 'i stretched its, capacity'and,' caught cer followed ,with a single and Tony record 100' ;tn t localsobrervefrabew"It 99.'- I

;.>..' .They'd'eoraVirf'ahd/wan' ; : : about being 'calamity;howl*Mri'Powell was',readyfor1Wm.VVHe''todk4woieents jts. former action In giving ,the'bus
land 'poO."abouC'1Iein't'J unable to,buy : } ,out of contractto; John'F. Bailey for $150 ':his b ek.i; Another time he,made a iom.,with*.,ihe 'winning'inn.-, : but that tine"tlm..never'exceeded'. 'The'record v: .
87 *
fertilizers for,thir: groves\ ,'' and then "ils:pocket: J.Id\ , 'It;.on the table;,infron& per month and aaklng;them to give it :run in;deep left and made beautiful, -The batteries,were.EiuitU,,Wamaley cJurnC'r ;

they had'ty be taxed: publlcityl! But of the i bowler'and said. !"There to, Sam'I Fertic forthe, ?same.....amount . last abort tatervala
thirty '
'todaytlddi lands'. are worth'1 many) times "1A,the'',amojunt/of: taxes'70U pay,each Mr. Fertic'. original,' 'was, $150, 1 hair's'width from; the &'fO ncL;',it '_ .U. Prather..Next week:the Cow Pun- the years' during \

as IInicho and theyTareon'easy:: ; : street.:;I.year!for' this 'purose.I That.pays but i he ,would now' take::;the :'con-.. The core,was tied in the ninth in- chenfplay'at.Hafces' ,City;.and the''fol 'I.'.Chen"lP4, '*<>bserTeirtwaa.-onihec, ,.
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'Pub Hyrd.ld'ftt' ::'with,tr io.op6riitlOf} you bact',, (Take,it and get t/hell oat tract'at the;same figure. at':whteh;:lt.w. 1 DI'-and,in the tenth.folmea PratherKnocked I will be-here Job.-:: : < 0/ : considerable, .r: Zi,..,,'
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. 4 r, TWO KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,. FRIDAY AUGUST 3. 123t .
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that the above Is a true estimate of the Revenues.. of the Special"Road Fund '- .

I ADVERTISEMENTS of said ]r LEGAL I levied .according to the best. of. my knowledtte, Information and belief.
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.1.. L. OVERSTRBl-T Clerk) Circuit Court. BASS CONSTRUCTION ,

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Subscribed and sworn'to. before me. this 2nd day of July A. D. 1923.. COMPAN
. KATHLEEN V. BEAR-JEN. ;
, ESTIMATES OF REVENUES AND EXPENSESOF 48HAL! ) Notary Public tMata of Florida. CONTRACTORS AND

My commission expires Oct. 9. 1924
Add Taxes 4 H mills on assessed valuation of $6.200.000.00 $23,400.00 t'\
OF. KMVK>I'K!.. URNRNAIU!) ri'MK' >IA for NT" FOR THE ,\'ld estimated cash to be carried over. t\\\ WOOD, BRICK, STONE,
VIH! AL YKAIt K.MHN4J $KITK: .1MBII JwWa,, 1 )24.
f: ...- -- 'Tota 1..,._____._----,--...!.?,.,_.;_?___---- .----,____-....:-._..2..200.0q| STEEL, STUCCO
t.
ff From Occupational LJcenso' ..?.,_ __,___ ,- ........$1,600.00 .SB*? of l-bove- ___.oo-__ _______.*__-_.-_,-,-n.n------------- $32,990.0019'I'ItI.Cl'ED \ N. F, BASS JACK BASS 4
Xroni Tax Redemptions .*._.._.__?._-___,__- _-- _____ nOn SOO.OO
f Total. Estimated! Revenue Except T..e.---I.- 2.000.00 R.'IIJ''J! SI'KCIAl. ROAD "li'I14D' OOf-CIH.A {'UIINTY.! FOR 322 Royal Street. 615 Sproula Avenue

I. 3. L Overstreet Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola County make oath TillKINCAiL_ 1KAH HNIMNU ""I'1iJ1II8EH 8tHa. IH4.! .. -
that the above la a* true estimate of the Revenues of the Un ral Fund of .aid -
I _County for the fiscal year ending September So, 1924 except taxe la bit levied. For Retirement TJriW, Warrantii and Interest.i--$23.000.00 - ---
( According Jo the heat of my. knowledge, 'Information and belief H. HAROLD HUI1E. M. P.
v "' J, JU OVERSTKEET Total__._._.-.-..._-_,_.-$,000.110) President.. Vlo SIMMONS D A MOaRISON..a
Clerk Circuit Court. ESTIU.TH 4UK HK:' HlUJl'KH' GINEIIA$1: NH4><>'. Kt.Mlt.: O"I'JJOIA "OIINT'II"
(Subscribed and worn to before m. thl", 2nd day of July A. It. 1112:1.: KOH TIIH ....,.C'o\) .. 1KAII K.M)IIV4j ""}I-I'E"'EH MMai. llt4.From : _Bf4 ctidd P.ahry '
t _
KATHLEEN V. HBARbKN.. Ba Fee 5p.7.

(SEAL) Notary Public. State of Florida.My Tax Redemptions\ -..-. -.--.-$1.000.00) Hones Go Fair Pce. Prompt Ships*.
commission expires Oct. U, 19.4 From Poll Tax _". 1.O04M.IU. Ask Your Nelfhbor-He Know.
Add Taxes S mills on assessed' valuation of $5,200,000.00:' ) $26.00000:! Total Estimated Revenue Except: Taxea------------------------------ 2,000.00
. 1. J. L overs! reel. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola County make oath "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING."

: Total. _._____ _____.___ oo _,-______ ___ __ __00 _. __ ___.128.000.00 that the above la a true estimate of the Revenues" the Ueneral Hrhool Fund'
Add estimated each to lie currltd o\er. of said I County for the fiscal year ending September 80. 19X4 except taxes to be E Q. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jack o.Till., FkritU

96% of above __ ._ -__ ____ ___ _________ ___ _____ __ '27. 00.041KSTOIATK levied. according, to the best of my knowledge" Information and belief. .
J. L. OVERSTREET,
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KXI'KKH!:: (...1N.'H,4.. Fl M>. OMCKO1. COI >Tt', ION TUB 1'I. 14'IeCLItfl lo'liUIoU'REH: ; O.., IK>24. > 8iitmi'rlltod and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July, A. D. 1923.

Ralai'y' of Clerk of the Circuit: Court a. County" Auditor and Clerk to ":.\ .) KATHLEEN Notary Public.V. MEARUEN.I State of Florida.My . J T c" p: s

'( County Co mm. ____,__. _. _.___________ __________ ___. __ __ __ ,_____1400.00 : commission, expires Oct. II. 1924 CD
:Per Diem and Mileage of Commissioners____ ____ _______ ____._____ 1.200.OO Add Taxes 10 mills nn lisHensed. valuation of $5,200,000.00 52,0oco)
Judge of County Court ______________________________.____ __ .__.___._ 3041.00 .Add estimated. cash to be carried wver.Totnl I

County' Prosecuting Commlaslonera-.. 400.OO 600.00 :______n.______ ___. __ _ _u u _ u h____ u. $54,000.410 Store .. CAmS Licensed fnerl DireorI
. ; 1:0:0C Registration -------- _': ::::::::::::::::::::::::::---- :::: 600.00: 9B1,,, of above ----__.__- ________--_.______-- --_----. _- -_ $51,300.00/ ,

Jailer ______.__._______ ____.00.. _____-_.___________. __._______On__ 1SOOO -'osiSlmuHtrt A $'_. $,. '. : 1.-
7 J Servant at Jail _____________n__________.___00. Uh_______.______ __ _- 36BOO/ I1ItT.'TJJ1) KtPKMUCM' 4K>'KHAI. WCIIOOI.! KIHVO CIt.A 'Ol'XT'II'', FOil Avenue A,, Pa._
..1 I Repairs to County Buildings: Court lloue.-------------------------- l.OOO.OO .r..... KIU44VAI. .aR I4NDIP4O 1..FTEMIIEH :Mtta. .24..

I j jII Repairs to County JUulldlnKs: Jail _____00-_______._____n________ __ n 40000 Ki. _.. Grads Service
;. Furniture: and Fixtures for: Court Houso---------------------------- 500 OO For 4eneral School purposes ___.- _________ .__ ________-__ _______- ____ $G'..000.(10Tol Hi& AlhillC it Cal'
:
Furniture and fixtures for: Jail-_---- -::::::::::::::::<.::::::::: :: 40000: : : 14 1 .

III II Expenses of I Expenses of County Bulldlngrs. : Light. Fuel and 'Vater-------------- 350.00 -ESTIMATE-! - OK. MK\ K\I'KS.! IMTUNKHT' AM) KI:KIN4i Kt: ri>. HI'KI ',.-.no.tn

Circuit Court Library _- ---____- __-- __ _.__-- -. ----_----_--____--_- -___ 30000 A DHH'D.JJ DIHTHMT..' N.. i. OHCKIU.A i.;>TV. FOR TIII>: - - --. -- --- .- - -
Incidentals ___u_u__ _- _____n_______ n _-_____--___--__u______ __ __ r.oo.oo FISCAL 1K4>K KXDIN4J KITKMHKH !M>4h. l._-4. -
County Physician I 25O oo From Tax Redemptions __ ___ $6001111 h accordance with law. Said certificates IN CIRCUIT t - ------ -- -- - --- -- - --- .u------n--------nh--- -
, Car* of County Poor: Repairs I; and Addition; ti'-rli;; ; ;;;:' .;; and I"j-r-:; ';;; 1ll4lfl.4IQ: Total 1'ati.fated Re\eniie Except Tuxe--------------------------- tl.11I ) embrace the following deecribedpiopei'ty. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
'" I Furniture and Fixtures for Poor House and .Parn.s------------------. 20O.00Expenses J. 'J erstreet. CI"'k, of the Circuit Court of (....RIDA IN AND FOR
;. Operation of Poor Houses and Farma----------------------' 2.1100.00 that 11. aboKund \ .. in' H Hue intimate of the Revenues of the Interest anil Slnklni. I'-lollila. to-wit. COUNTY. IN CHANCKRY. OlCOLA:
" Allowance Made to Paupers Outside of Poor Iloust'a------------------ i.snn cm ) Mail "uuntv flIt the fiscal year endlnic September 30. 1924, except t;ixestfi All mocks 40. 47 and 4S and Lots. 1. ANNIE McUREW, Petition for Fcc.
; Coroner's Inquests': Fees of .Officers. Jurors nnd \\ltiif s.o's---------' liHiiHI' to be I le\led.I .....0'.11.I the best of m> knowledge. I information .imd, beliefJ I 2 anil Lots 7 to 12 Inclusive according I.ala. ORDER OF. COURT GRANT-
Insanity Inquiries' Fees of Officer and t'ommltta--------------- 101160Htatlonerv I L ERSTREET. to the Flat of Runnymede. : This matter
:4' and Printline U-'neral II..Uon..ry-IIIRnk... tc_, __ _..',__ 4K"ino 4'1-rk Circuit (Vultn The said land being assessed", at the before me upon petition of .omlDI
. Record Dooks ,. - --- --- --' ---.,-.. --- -''.. _-- ._ 1 ,.MI<) lid "I'Ilitil und H" I "ri) to before me Oils I 2nd flay of Julv. A. I Ii I 1923KATHLEEN date of Issuance of said certificatesIn :' Orew and the Report of the SpedI
Advertising; Required obif w and -I Paid fori County; =:- - -::: :: : : : 0ixio:: ::: V HE.VRDE..NtfFAL . the name of H. Dl-nton Estate. Master heretofore appointed by this
CommlHslons Paid to Ofnccrs: Tax AaacNRor------------------- n.iioo.do. ) Notaiy, Public. 1I. of Florida.My less said certificates shall be .. Court and It Rpp..rlnl co the Court

\ Commissions Paid to Officers: Tax Collector __ _ -. ___ __ _ _ .r.II".IIO cfiinTiilsnion explies i 14. 1 U24 acrordlnff to law tax deed will .un'l that-the said .. b... suf
County Demonstration Agent --____ ____ -- - --_. __ -_;.oo.u. __ __ __ __ 1.1>0"."" Ad-l Tuxes 4 t4 mills on asoesn-d valiiHtlon, uf $l.7BOOoo.oo $7.S7i! (in' thereon on the 28th day of August ficient capacity and qualifications tv
ft Expenses of Elections _. _________ uu_ __ _ ___ _ _ _. __ _ u--- son, .00 A'lflHtimatefl funh to lie "1'11..0 overSubdc l >. 1'2_. J I*. OVERSTREET, take charge of and manage her own.
I Reserved for Contingencies ___ _- - __ _.- _ . ____- . .- __ __ _ 1 ,50O.OOK8TIMATR ----- --- ---- Clerk Circuit Court. I state and property. arid It appearing
TuaLu .n __ -__ hH _ _ _ _ _ $K.41:. "" Osceola County Florida. to the Court that It would be to her
Total ___ __ __ __ _ _ --_- : - - _ _ __ u__ _ _ __ __ _ 1.1.3 6H'( 1l5', of above __uu_ ____.-_ _ _ hn___ _. **.051.5i 3.1-r.t fly 8. H. Mullock U. C. best Interests to be made free dealer
l' I THEREFORE IT IS uV
----- CONSIDERED
,
< OK HK\KNIKM. ROAD A M> RHIIXiK Kl )M>. 9lot. I4MNT1.From '. :.TIM ATISI> "}'I''' 'M'M. I\TKHKT) \ Ml "l\KI >' KI'XM.'' . "I'K4I.I. Hun NOTI4'K OF ''-11 ,.. KI.KCTIOM THE COURT that the report of the
'. POH TalK FISCAL 1K4K I-M>IX. '.1..81.H :mt.. ."24. '\on 1IHIlGE %... I. lltK'KOI.AIM >TK4tlt ...: EI4'41.. I Special Master herein be and the same
": 'II i\ll KM>IN4J KKITKVIIIKII :".. IH4.J'oi TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: la hereby confirmed and a license Is.

Tax Redemptions ___u_ - __ u u__ __ u. -- .. _uu n n' SUO.IIO --- WHEREAS! the City Commission of I hereby granted unto the said Annie
", From Motor Vehicle License _ __ _-_ _ _ - - _ _ n_ _u"_ n_ _ 1.501100, "' Interest anil, Relliement ltode-------------------------------_ $$.",...on the Clt I ) of Kisximmee, at Its reaulainitetlntr McOrew to take charge of and manage
-
Total Estimated Revenue.. Except Taxea--------------------------- 2.3III.ClO '--- held on the 3rd! day of July her own estate and property and become -
'. I. J. L. Uv..r"lr".I.'I..rk of the Circuit Court of Osceola ('.iuely. make oath Total_ _ _ . _- $ .O.."" A. 1 I'. 1 1H23. adopted the following; resolution a free dealer In every respect
that the above Is a true estimate of the Revenues. of the Rnad and lirldicc IKSTMI: %''''': 'OK HKXKM: K.M., INTKHKHT: AM) KI\KII Kl :\on. 1I'K4"I 41. H4IAIIAM ( Vli.: IKNK and ORDERED at Orl.ndo
Fund of said Count for the fiscal year ending Heptemlier 30. 1924. \cept taxe > IIHID4DIXTHKT. N.. :. 4)HI':4H.A C'o""r'll. 0" TIIKKIH4 WIIKREAH the Leiclslature of Florida this 23rd day of .
I to be le\ )led. accord III", ; to the best of Toy knoult'dKe.. Information and belief I I AI. > K ,. EuieI'pi'iiIiiRu :M".. 11.24. the state of Florida at Its Session 1931. C. (i_ ANDREWS
J. L.. OVERSTREBT.Clerk In ] 123. enacted the following lw 33-4t. As Judge of the above Court.
,I Circuit C.iurtHubscrlbed "'ror Tax Redemptions" _ __n._ _ -- _- - _ u _$4oono) '.n Authorising and dlrect-
Total I Estimated Revenue. Except Taxes----------------------- 4OO. .no ... City Commission of the NOTICK OF "' ''O''T'ON'
uiid HV 01 n to befoie me 4 thin 2ntl. 1114>' of .Tnlv. A. It I. 19J1THLKEN : InlI. OF
'J,3 K \ : V. BE HUI}:<:S. 1. J. L .\ erst ref t. .'lcrk of the 4'lrcult t'ourt of OHreola 4"ount). make oat h I of KlMslmmee "Florida to 4'O-I>AHTNKHIIIINotice : '
( !, SEAL) )Notary Public State of KlorlduTv that the nbo\e Is true estimate of th. Revenues of the Interest arid Hlnklnw Transfer all Money now In Rulklieud Is hereby given that the business .
( > ,foiiiinifltvfon. expires <*>rt. 9, ]1924 Fund of Maid County for the flucal year ending September 30. 1 1924. <-Xff'pt taxes Fund' to the 8tr",'t Fund of Clay Thomas, n co-partner'
'f Add Taxes 8 mills on Hssenscd valuation of $:$3.200ooo; (' , $41,600.uo to I lie le\ led ...-.o'.lnR tfi the best of my knowledge. Information allc. belief. HE IT KNACTEH. HT THE I.EO1SLATURE ship ...composed of J. R Clay and Mon
Add estimated cufth to be carried over J. L OVER8TREET.Clerk OF THE STATE or roe Thomas. has this day been dissolved -
,i'' I 4*1 lrcult I Coo it FLORIMA I by mutual consent J. R Clay tak.
Total--------------------------------------------- $43.90000 SuliKiiibanil, hw-iin l to beform-. this 2ml flay of Jill. A I U. 1923. SECTION. 1 The City Commission InK over the assets. of said business,

911%1 of above __ .----__-- _-___-- --_ ._ __ _--_____ _ ___ $41.70.10.1' KATHLEEN. V BEARDK.N. or the City of Klsslmmee. with the exception of a few accounts
( SEAL) Not.. ry I Publlr. Pilate of >I.I... Florida Is hereby authorised and 1'.lvabl., and assuming any, and all
KSTIWATK OK IPIONSEC MeAl "'I'-ID.- (>"4-K4)U' C'O"'T KOK TIIKKI1CAL. My ciimmlsslon expires oc.t II. 1124i1. ,IIr'ct.:',I to transfer all mouey that liabilities of said business exlsttnr on
f' IK AH KXUIX "" ""'F."HF.H :""... 1K24.Ha.larles : .\ .) Taxes 12 mills .n uHKesseil, \alUHtlun. fif $$2.02.Olio, $24.3111" 1110) now be In the Uulkhedd: Fundto this rtate
.\,lil "H.lma.e rush to tif ,'al''I.'c ovi i h.. Street Fund Dated at Klsslmmee. Florida
of Road Superlntejidents and Ov.1'aeera-------------------- .:\\11".\ I <, .. -_ - - _ _- _ __ __ h __ - - S24. .'".) SECTION 2. This. Act .hall on- 17th day of July. 1023 this
.
J'atd Commissioners) ---- - --- l ltake 'effect upon approval and
to County for Road Jnat.'etlon---------------- 20000, J R. CLAY
4 4.p.trer6l.B mm* ttflmtrmmmrr of Road m.d ;j4,;;.. ;(i !I5', ...f above _-- __ _ _ _- ------ ___ - - -- _- $23.4n.r "niKHTIM ,..lIf..Uol h)' an affirmative I 32-4C MONROE THOMAS.

Cost of Material _-_ _00-_' __uu__- __ -_ __ U' n un__ - _u .. _ f4,00oo) -------- \' o majority of the dulv
Too). and Machinery. Cost and Repalra------------------------. 4.0.00 ATKI> K\: i''':\HK.H IM'KUKHT AMI SIJK'.1 i ) "l. HI>K 4.1,4..I.'n iiiallfed| | ant r.Ut.red voters of 4)TI'I4 OK INTKNTIOTO DiC-
"I Live Hlock. Cost and Care and Feeding----------------------------- 4,0000 .\ ,n IIHUISIF: 1)1 ST. No..2. 4)l >TV. FOR 'r...: the City of Klsslmmer. then residing OI.YK: COHI-OHATIOKI
I Paid tor Free Labor. other than Guarda------------------------------ 9.ou.'." 00 1KAH KMMN4J *FPTF.IIER: :N". l _4l.Fol In said City who own real estate NOTICE IS hEREBY

I Pay of Convict Uuards _________---_____________ _____-_-- --___ _-_ ___ 1.5000 -- therein and have paid their the O'VEI That
U 'Feeding: and Care of Convicts on Roads------------------------------ 3.4"'" 011 Intirest and Retirement itolida------------------------------- $23.l>no."" taxes for the year last due thereon stock-holders und..r.lMned... the of the
Payments. on Account'of Roads Built by Contract------------------- 2.0000' and actually vOllnM at an election Osceola Motor

Payments on Account of Rrldffes" Built by Contract------------------ 2,000.0' Total_ _ _____ ___-- _____ _ _ . ___ _\ \_ __ _-_ -- _ $2SBOOOii failed and that p'-' apply Company by !.a..tltlon.Florida the Coqor.lon. will
Payments on Account of nischsriced Convicts Leased . 10001 pose.Filed. Is orhllnal which
------ - now on Ole In the
Paid. to Incorporated 'Cities and Towns-------------------------------.ri.500.o:: I' KNTIHATK 4>K HKtKNIK IWTK-HKUT: A%"I"-I-K''C- Ft '>.t"..I'L.IOAO In the office of Secretary of of the Circuit Court the Clerk

Reserved for Contingencies ,_ _-__ ___- __ -- -- __ -_ -. __ -- _- _ __ _ _ .IIOO.O" CI) JHIi(414 I'TRI' 1.. 31. 4)". T'II. IH State. May SI. 123 and beoame a Florida to the Judge of o'a Ot,
"'("''I. PINU "'U"I''' 'HF.H .14... 1"4 I Law without. the approval of the Court of U..ol. County. tl. CrCli1.

Total----------------------------------------------------- ..".' ( Io\.rnor. his
"'ror Tax Redemptions h_____ --h.u. ___.u u _ _ -___ __ __JISO.IHI WHEREAS on the 5th day of June.' offices Orl.nd" Orange Count,
':' KCTIMATB!) nV. HR\'KM'K' ....\.IiD KOKKRITHHH, KIM' OlrF.ILA!! Total E-tlmated Revenue. Except TOxea------------------------ ISO.oo A. L). ]19J8, the City Commission passed .Iorld.. .. at on 10 o'clock day of August. A.
.: VOVMTY FOR TRIO FISCAL. YUtH EJMUIM1 SKPTKMHKH 110... 1124. I. J. L. Overstreet, Clerk of the Circuit' of onc<;ola County, make oath u Resolution calllnfr an election to be thereafter .. A. M.. or as soon
: that the above Is a true estimate of the Revenues. of the Interest and HlnklnK held on the 19th day of June A. I> order may be heard for a

I! From Fines -------___________ ____-. --___--_--_________________ ___$1.b00.00 Fund of said County for the flncal year, ending September 30. 1 &24. except taxes IK.3 and vt the request of the KI..lm. Is dl..olvln.: said. Corporation a*
From Tax Redemptions .___________________________________________00- 500.0 to be levied according to the best of my knowledge. Information and belief. mee Chamber of Commerce the said ). I' .
TIMMON8
Total Estimated Revenue. Except Taxes--________-________________.___ 2000.00 J. L. OVERSTREET.. election was called off until furtherInformation
1. J.' 1... Overstreet. Clerk of the' Circuit Court of Osceola County make oath Clerk Clrclil Cour. was furnished and .J.'F.. E OILBERT.
that the above I. a true estimate of the Revenues of the Fine. and Forfeiture Subscribed niid sworn to before me thin loll day of 1 WHEREAS on the 17th day of June. B OILUERT.
Fund of sal* County for the fiscal year ending September SO 1824. except taxe KATHLEEN V. HEARIJEN. A. L). IDS!. the Chamber, of Commerce PLEDGER .'etltloner.
I- to be '.levied according to the best of my knowledge. Information and belief (SEAL) . Notary Public'Htate' Florida. passed A Resolution reqlle.Unl the Attorneys for A. OA .

..JttBiV.'jH'rf--! .! >4(U4,(' l-"M,6'V sV i-1 I ,J ';. '. J. L. OVERSTREBT > """ i,.?\,.', .i My commission expires Oct. 14. 1924 City Commission to call I'etltionrp. 11-41
,
jW! 'U \ ; I :, . Clerk. Circuit COllrt." ,\w- Add Taxes 4 mills on assessed. valuation of $1.140,000.00. ., ".&61.00 and "I'
Subscribed and sworn. to before 'nifl this 2nd day of July. A. D. 1923. Add estimated cosh, to be carried over. \1 REAS the City Manager and NOTICE OK INNTITITTIOW' OF
MItT
KATHLEEN V. BBARDRN. .... bel. ". It Is for IV
SEAL) Total ."in"BX the best Interest of City of KIsHlmnne AT..r..HIiTTo :
Notary Public. State of "'lorl<1a. - - - -- -- - - - - $4.TI.
M)' commission expires Ort 9. 1924 of v--_ -::: __ - ::: : : _:- :: -= - - - - 14u.. to transfer said funds andWHEHEAH. Robert F. Rruns. Esq
:Add! Taxes 1'14 mills on amicnsed valuation of $5.200.000 $T.Kiiin( Add estimated caah to b. carried over. K"''I''I'EI .:'I'.:% K 4 INTKHKXT A\ol: "l\KI>(. Kl" \ 1.1'11'I .. foCi) "all n Special Election In the City ofKlHKlinine 4S-65 Race Street, Cincinnati Ohio.

Total_- -__--___. _u n._ _u u_ ___ __ _ __ u _ .. _ _ _$9.800iio) "I ."IU..1 DIST. "o. :1.: 4>"" < OlT1 K4)K . .t. ,.. ,., for the purpose of approving And all other persons Interested :
) SB %; of above ____ _ _. ._ _u- ___ _ __ _ __ __ __ __ _ _. _ so.1JO.ci' .. > FAR iMIN4. "":'r.1"1":1 :i4Mb. :4.pot uitd latlfylnK: rejecting the said You. and each of you. are hereby no
.. . tified that Flynn-Harrls-nullard
-- ---- ...". ''0 r "OUR. Com
I InteKst and Ritlrcmint nunds 144" ",."in TI.n"oHF:, HE IT RESOI.VEP uany, a corporation havlnl Its domlcii'
KHTIMATK OK \PKN"KM KINK 4 M FOHKKITI KK Kl M). flfCKOI.4Oll.TV 1 11 i ('OMJtHS'ON. That a In the stale of '.. has corn
k (' FOR THK FISCAL. 110 A II KM>IN<; >KITKMIIKK; ':14,1k. 1924.: Total _ - - _ _. __ - - - - |4.4.0 noKITIMVI'K special flection II .. City ofKlHxImmee menred an action by attachment In tho"Ir..tll
-------- -- ---- 1 Florida on I th" llth dav of Court In and for Osceola coun
,, fheiln and nq>utlps. KIM; 1"1'"n. s fKfl C .. l 10'1 \\UIIM'\I li 2H.: for the purpime ofletfrnilnlnir ty Florida and "u"e out an attachment .
Clerk of Circuit Court, Com Bills In Criminal c neea------------------ 1 50 01 HM) I.UI..1 1)1 ST. %.? 4. 4>"< .:IIL t < 4>INT1. "'()" ''I': Ii 1.\ .. I i whether the transfer of against llruns.. and h s
f! Clerk of the Criminal Court of Record. Cost in Criminal Cia'a-------- 1 5(1.10': : K; ,it .-:, "IM; VK.ITKHIIKII: :to i.. m:<. NII Id IlnlkhiMld Funds to the Street I caused said writ ..f attachment to b-

k County Judge, Coat Hills In Criminal (....<'" __ . _ _ __ __ !ill.1111 -- ---- rnnil H-liiill be appro\etl and ratified or 1"1"1 upon certain lands, the pretof '
1 Justice of the Pence, Cost Kills in Criminal tna'g-------------------- 511.1111. - :.".. rej.-iti.il The -nld Election shall t belielc Robert F Kruns. situated In Osceola -
Count Prose..utllllAlto'ney.. Conviction .Ki.es__ - .: __ -_ __ ::11111( fI" ) I In I Ih.Vlllnon Bulelnl/ No county Florida to recover th
:r' HalllfTPay. for Attendance on Criminal ,'.. ,. ._ __ -,,, ,,III Total) l.>tlm.,t--il n.., ,'itli'M. Kxc'i |1.1 Times NUIHI I Mtttllnuton' Avenue. of KIsHlinimM. sum o/ .lr'.II.. Thousand Dollarc -
Witness Fees _-_ -_ ,_ 1.441(1.110 I 1. J. L .ovtiHlreet. d-Tk of the I'lrcult ("ouit of f 1 l-r..oltt i '1-11 lllt\ I,1ICP oat Ii I >-rtM>la <*"unt v. Florida The c $ i5l4u9bfl' ( i) d''nRI...., and )ou. and .1
- - - .
: Court Stenographer .. _ 1 1(111:: :(CM::: that the ubo\e I it* a true .',1 r.". of til- RfV-'lilleK of thIn1 < i..*Kt .,,,,1| SlnltlniFUIK ,..11"l Khull open ut l b:(n"' (Clock A. M persons are required to ap
Sheriff's Commission on Fines etc.. Collected_ __ __ .. 1 Shill of Mlil-1 "c'ouiil\) ru' t llntiil "'1" erifllnu Septeinliel' 31 1'!24, "' 1''l t tHX.*. oi Hnlil, iltiy.. nn ,I' FeedingPilsoneis ._ _ sun, ,01. to !I. I l\le.e.) nit....Iit.." In. Ill b< ht i<.4 l inv 1"I.d"I <.. I n ., inn I l-ui, itml, li-ll.f. ,. mi Maid liny 11. N BrRlun. J..hl "'' ,I Tran.port. Paid for. and Dl-chnrire Mon..). Paul, to (Cuurit' <"oji\id" 4)VKKSTItl-i.T.] Mfl'buttir' .ne K I. K"II. ,' ." s3-flt Attorney..), for plaintiff
, Worked on Itoad----------------------------------------------- rn.( C'li'lk 1 "r'ul 4 ,'"ur' il""I".II'e] Inep..ct.rn. and Sum I I
Pay of Juror In Criminal Oases. Countv and JUHtlce Peace Courts, 511.11,1 SnliHi'I III- .1 1 ,nnd BWOI 1'11 to In forme, this the 2nd .laviof' ., \ I Ii. 1123KATIII.l.EN ,' la hereby, appointed an Brown sugar will not get hard awl,
Salary of Judge of Juvenile Court_ . . ion.CMSalary V 1I4\RDEN!: I 'leik! to conduct siilcl el., Ion unlv '
of Kpeed ('op _. _ _ _ _ . __ 1 ..MinorKalary I si.t: I., )Notary I'ulillr. 1111. nf I"Ioi'IlL. ,lul> cimiliflccl nnd reulstered voters f>f c lumpy if it is kept in an open jar 01
i of lame Warden - _ ._ ._ __ _ 1.5".11"H".er..ed for Contingencies . .. _ _ _ __ _ _. _ i.r.no !(CM,,, .\ ; in nnil have ,
-- - paid their taxes
Total----------------------------------------------------- __ _ ${1,300' .(,MKSTIMATK ) 'r.ti.i------------------------------- $V-MI'; : "|5'1 nf nlioxe __ ho -_ ___ t7.S47 no to \'otiThe form of llallnt to ..
I, OK HKK'lit KH. #....'..1 I. PI HI." ITV FI'\on.: O,.(.KIII.'OI %_ ---- - ------ - uliiill I I.e MII""lanllll- the follow
,', TV, Foil THIS KIAI.. '':'H N nl'r'"' ':''"'' 11 :14"., l' .... ":"'I'II'11 I'.M'KNVKM I v.au.'r: Awl) XIVKIN4; I'lM). 'i l'|':' "I. 10'1 r.rl
.' 'I IIUII.: I>IH1."' i... ... ()""KOI.A C4)INT1." K4)ll 'I IIS.: I'l-l a I.S OFFICIAL) BALLOT NO

4. 'From Tax Redemptions _ _ __ _ _ _ _ $15001.. 1.' KNDIM. SKITKMHr.H; !I... *.". SI'KCI '.1. ELECTION FOR AI'1'HOVINil II I
Total Estimated Revenue. Kxcepl Taxe.. __ __ iso /III 1 \N-ll 1 RATIFYINU OH REJECTlN -
',I J..J. I- eratreet. Clerk of tin- Circuit Couit, of Os..oIR..nll..rn"k..onlh For 'Inl'lent, and )Retirement J'.nndH _ Jn lion,, IHITotal. 'i THE TRANHFEU. < )F ALL MON- ,

"l, that.. !the_above Is! a true" estimate of the Revenues of the Publicity I Fund.. of mild l I . _ _ - - f v I""""! KV: i IS HlrKI"\1; "'UN/ TO
'_ouniy ror in. nscai year vnainK' September 3/1. 1924. exrept to x.'a to I.... leaocordlnif \' ,., --- - --- -- -- -- --- HTREET: : "
to the best of my knowledge. Information and belief -- I Illh day. of AuRust. A. I). lt>2.1KlHslmmee. ,
I J. L. OV)' HflT'EET. 'OTI..: 4>K AI'PI.ICATION. MITICK 4IK 4 1..1.1.A'l'HIN F4HITAX Floiidu
,
Cleik Circuit, Conn"' DIIDNotice :
fsubscilbed! and BWOI I to before me this 2nd lav of July. A 1) 1 1X2S: IH h.r'Iy Kl\en that C A. Make a cross murk (X) before the
I In the 4"ountv Jlldne's Court. "Mre..l.
nf
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VYEAR
Question
KATHLEEN V JlI< your .h.I.
n'JI's. .
Strauh
( State of Florida. In He KHtate rtlflcateMNorn
ounty.
(SEAL( ) Notary 1'ubllc.. State of )KloiM.i, of Annie'eia Tucker a Minor ir 3. ;\'.frl 155. dated I the; 7th day VOTE ONE" Service Station,
My conimlsRlnn" >plies Oft 9, 1 ly.4 1"11 :
of June. and of Tax
is all whomIt
Notice hereby Klven to
'Add Taxes % mill on assessed valuation of $5.(10.00011( $2noc) ) "oo" ) C..rtn- 'or
I concern that I. Ann )Fertlc. eateN Nos. 143. 148 and 19. IIpprovlnlld ratifying,. the
may
Add estimated cash to be carried Miry
over.f .. .
6th of ,
as Ouardlan of Annie Vera Tucker, day June, A D ) haM filed now In
,
------ acid certificates In ... ''iHlitl end Fund to the Street
a minor will on the -7tn. aay or -\UK- my "rn? R"I,] haH ? 'und.

66% of Total------------------------------------------above _- ---__--__- ___ -_ _ _ -- __ __. __- _ _ _ __ _____f2.75cl "Ill $4,1fl2541 oat A. f). 1923 apply] to the Honorable made accordance application with for tax O.-.M! to Insulin VOTE-- .'ol lNEIKaln..i !: J and "bar-
- law
T. I4nomer.. Judge of the County 'Said! certificates "SA"
Court In Klsslmmee. In aid embrace the following d'ecrllelproperty approv'nKd--rRtlrvlna
: ludxe's I the t ,'" .. areatrac-
ESTIMATED! +::IKE: "E,4L: I'HII4'IT1' lI'D. 0"01.\ 4 '1)1 %T1. County at Ten 'flock A. M. as situated in Oscuola County liulkhend no. tive I
Fund to the .
FOR THK F'iS&'CI! ,. KAK KMMN4. HKPTKMHKH :IMHfc. ID24. soon thereafter as the matter can be Klrolda to-wlt: Street Fund
beard for authority to sell at private I No. 153 of 1820. Lot 6, 131ock! asceased TIm Eli 1.F; ( E. NOTICE .8 HEREHV there i.i something I
Special! __ ____ ______ .. _ __ _ _ __ J ; that
Publicity .- _ __ _ _ __ u h I2.500OO sale the Interest of Annje Vera to E. F. llarrus OJVEN there will h.. a Special
Tucker a minor. In the following described I No. 154. of 1D2U. Ixn 7. Block 1 J Assessed ,, In the City of K..lmm... Oscelfin more attractive in I

Total----------------------------------------- .-- nu _ $2,500.0.1. real estatn In said County to- to Unknown. 6 .lnl\ Florida day Goodyear
wit: No. 1R5 of 1920. Lot 4 Block 2 Assessed of .\ 1)u.I. A. D. 1923. In the manner Standar
KBTIMTK. OF KF.I\'I': t'EM.' AUHICri.TI HAL 4M) 1.1 tH ,(...O..K Kl N D. Of4- 8E 4 of NEW of Section 35. Township to L. H Mull and r..rl. and' for the purpose. mention For one :
( J OIA (4)l'JO'I''II. FOR TilE KIHt'AI. 1KAK ";'\oUI"-IU- XKITUMRKH :HMb. 124. Twenty Nine (29) All. of the above being In the East. ed II HHlfl 1 i Resolution thing, it is trust

South Ranflre Thirty Three (*3) Knit.be Division of Thurman City. I'Rl'd;, this 3rd day of July. n.
-------------- .- ---.--- -.--------.--- ----.-----____ ___ _.__ ____ ___ NOli" aald land. lying and being in Osceola No. 14) of 1921, Lot. H. 1'ark Gardens ] !) ... A worthy. When you I
l Total Estimated Revenue Except Taxea---------------------------------, None County Florida. and SW4 of 8W14 of NWV4 Section A. 8. OILBERTAs youbuyatoodyurTir. I
I I. J. L. Overstreet Clerk of the 4'lrcult Court of Osceola County make oath Which application will be based upon 3S Township 26 South. Range 29 la..t.1 Mayor-Commissioner
'I. that the above Is a true estimate of the Revenues of the Agricultural and Live the Petition for sale now on file In Assessed to C. R. Wllkerson. Q W. PERSONSH. us authorizedGoodyear
Stock Fund of said County for the ducal year ending September SO. 1924 except aid Court. No. 148 of 1921. Lot. 29, ParkOardens M. KATZCommissioners Dealers
taxes to be levied according to the beat of knowledge. Information Section 6 26. South ,
my and be. l>ated this 26th. day of July A. U. Township Range .
,.f' 5)ef. J. L. OVERSTREBT. 923. MARY ANN FKRTIC. r 29 East Assessed to J. C. Dibble. .\TiI:RT. I R DOUGHTEN you know we'll help
Clerk Circuit Court 3-5t Ouardlan.KOTICR No. 148 of 1921. Lot Sit. Park Hardens. ia II a"er."
Subscribed and sworn to before.. me this 2nd day' of July A. I D. 11423.>> Section_ . S Township. _26_South_ _Range 29 ,SEAL ( CITY OP. KISSIMMEE) you ret al the mileage -
KATHLEEN _oast. Assessed to J. Dibble. That'srealsconomy
V. BBARDEN. TO CRKDITOHH C. out it.
4 _ _ _
f HEAL! ) Notary Public. State of Florida. The said lands being a.a..4'd at the I-I "Bar-
rI My commission expires Oct. 9, 1924 I. out of the VommtT' Jaid'ar Oi ee.laCmmmtr. dates of the Issuance of said certificates :MOTU-H: FOR FINAL .
I 't. /Add' Taxes H mill on assessed valuation' of U.200.000.00 ".'00.00 State .f ... In names ... shown above. Unless 'n the Jlld"e' S.SCH..Rfl gains" sometimesaren't. '
County Court of
In re Eatate of Thomas N. said certificates be red..em.d ac Osccol.
F Total_____ __-___..,.--------------------_.__________.t..oo.OO To. all Creditors. Legatees, CI.rk. cording law. shal, deed will Issue County Florida. lotbo iatt.r .
t . %:! of above __,.__-_______________.-_....._...._ ___._____.___ $1.410.00I and all Persons having Claims or I thereon on the ISth day of August A. r.tlon Lfann For d.cea.ed Notice of A pl A. Ce.ib. .,.,_ LPs.I.vs
D.
Demands affalnat said Estate: 1623. J. L. OVERSTREET, '
I RHTIMATED! KXfKm: $K. AaRICU.TURAL AMD '.."IC! rOCK FVD. OHCK.tl Tou and each of you, are hereby no- Clerk Circuit Court. Notice Is hereby given that the on- '- ..'.-'
me-i
I OLA' COUNTY.. FOR. Till!: 'F'SCALIIaH E.NI>l\U KKKTKMHBH _a.. 14KM. tilled and required to preaent any Osoeola County Florida. der.lan"d. Testament'" Executor of of the xt _'a ....e5i .AIW.I. -
Ida C"
' 4 claims and demands which you, or By S. H. .Bullock I). C. deceased HonoTSbU ..,..." mud .
will
1,4! Far promotion Agriculture and Live 8tock. ...._--,.....,.____--________$2.500.00 either of you. may have against the ..- (Seal) tl-6t T. L. Comer County apply to the mitlt m+m. a... k
ate of Thomas N. Clark,' late Judge of Osceola G..lJdl.v.ds.LUPFER&4PL.tTUER.
County
TotaJ.-.__.,..___-_.__._...... ._.-..-.-------___._____--__,----$2.00.00 of O..eol.Cotinty 'Flor'd.dece..d. unerslgrned JTOTICH .AP.'C..T.OJ FOR VAX August. Florid.. *on., for the an 14th approval day of of !I 1
Clara said e.-
H. .
DIBD his
Ilnal ," "
'K TU.ATB"OP'RBVRNVRIt. and hi. ,
H-RCIAI'HOAD KCKO. OMCKOLA-COt'-VTV. FOR tate. within two years, from the date -NOTICE) IS HEREBY QrVEN o.acPunt. discbrgs ..
",1' ,:V* TIlE KI*CAI. VBAR .VD'NU BErTKMMKR: 11.3.4. lereof. A.. B. McLean purchaser of Tax Thl
lY. *' I ; This 12th day of June. O. l i
1 ,' .i )' Dated July the second O>. ,A. IMS fleataNoii..3$1, SSV .nd the A ti.f oooi4 1
UnMET
rl F Prom T x ; _.%..--_--.-..---.. --....--..--.-- _''.--.;.-$809.00 CLARA B.CIARK, lard day jot ,June, D. 14..dat.4 fild Executor of the M. PJAN
I Total' R"emptlonaU't', pt Taxes........._......_..___-._..__, ...:__:.,...--??.?., KJ.lmme Florida. > '>" "'Executrix. aid certificates J 'offlc and ha.mad. merit of Ida L.Lest Will &. ,; f

.0, .J, J.._-.. the, Circuit' Court .of. Osceola' County, make oath 'O-'f .., application for tax dead to...issue J7. 'I pta.n". deo..o, '." !
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KISSIMMEE. VALLET.GAZETTE'' ,. FRIDAY; AUGUST 2, 1923 rtttamT ,


fund received at legion o. national,headquarters Legion has been asked by'the bureau '

i, AMERICAN NOTES LEGION In Indianapolis. Indiana, are to work out some procedure wherebythe i j Pertaining To Churches T Wife "Helps,. Elect ,U

o a now $128,870.72.. situation, can be remedied.. .

In an effort to "humanist" care of A: man who'had not been heard With almost twice as many members METHODIST CHURCH time"After' for a having year'Wttl.se.ere been;in bed

disabled war veterans, members', of from sine 1920 filed 'the last state as it had last year the Georgia Rev. W. C. Norton, Pastor. over the I.

the Kansas department of the -AmerIcan bonus claim registered .by .the American department of the American Legion is 7:00 st omachhtrouble and L ,

Legion Auxiliary will entertain Legion service Office in this country leading all other' states In member. Meeting a.in m.Bungalow.-Union Sunrise Prayer the doctors seemed unable

sick and wounded former service men before '''the time limit .fore-appll- ship increase .over 1922.according I to 0:45: ,, *. nv- unday school..'J. L. as with the medicine only remedy, and advised.

from the National Military,, Home cations expired. The claimant is the most recent report of the 'legion's Overstreet, superintendent. edme to try MayVa, my

near Leavenworth at their-home in all Thomas Underland and his application national, treasurer !tin Indianapolis.Other 11:00 a. m,_Preaching by the pas dy, and its results have t

parts of the state. Many veterans probably will result In a reunion with states that have exceeded" Is.tor.": Subject: "What Pure Religion. wonderful as 'I .m. now

have not Been out of the hospital for his daughter, who has not sean him total for last.year,* according to Communion Services. and strong and.at the last '
worked hard to -elect
more than two years. Treated as since he disappeared in 1020.() standing, are: Arizona, Idaho, Utah 7:00 p. m.-Senior League devotional -'I It in a simple; harmless my '

guests in the home of Auxiliary memo Underland was admitted to the Na and New Jersey. Legion departmentswhich service. that removes' the ''

bers, the war fighters have expressed tional Home for Disabled Volunteer! have achieved nine-tenths or 8:00 p. m.-Pastor will preach at from the intestinal tract .
I
satisfaction with the project which Soldiers at Johnson City, Tenti, and more' of their membership for last Union Services at Baptist Church. the inflammation Which
Subject: "A Great Question And A I tically all stomach liver and
is now an employee at the Hjmo. A ,
takes in relative order South Car
them out of the dreary hospital. year are, : Great Day." al ailments including

atmosphere for: a few days. short time. ago the daughter appealedto ; olina New York, Arkansas, Washington 8:00: p. m.-Wednesday. Prayer ; One dose will convince or

the legion's post service division to South. Dakota, Iowa New Meeting. funded. J. Z. Roberson
Construction of hospitals for disabled Jocate her father and a letter to the Hampshire, Ohio and West Virginia. gists everywhere.

war veterans is progressing in executive officer of the Homo unexpectedly FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII
PORK CAN
BE RAISED
a manner more satisfactory the revealed UndeiiaiiU's, vhtre- Assisted by the American Legion Rev. J. A. Sutton D. D., Pastor. CHEAPLY IN (' '

American Legion than heretofore according abouts without a delay, with the information and by large industrial establishments . . .
to legion officials in Washington that he wait ut once writing the United States Veterans 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Car ;' Pork production in .. '

D. C. Bids are scheduled for to his daughter in Watert>wn, South Bureau has been able to. place almost 'for son all Farmer ages., superintendent. Classes. clared by many farmers to

construction of a 250-bed Veterans' Dakota. all of the 19,401 men rehabilitated 11:00 a. m.-Missionary Program ,their easiest problems. It in

Bureau hospital at Livermore, Calif Claimant's rights to the horns wi-ro between July 1, 1922 and June 1, 1923, by B. :Y. P. U. "What God Would I this state has just about

ornia. The Bureau recently authorized protected by a wire that u mightnot according to information received by Have To Happen." Ity for cheap meat production

construction of a 250-bed hospital at be! barred by filing his claims af- legion national headquarters in' In 6:45 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional ly pork. Even though meat

Aftplnwall, Pennsylvania, urged by ter the date of expiration. dianapolis. Corporations are adding invited meeting.to attend.All young people's"The societies Per'( bottom, or gone a long way

legion- men of the state.. -- veterans trained by the bureau to sonal Friendship of Subject Jesus.": (direction, there is no

for I Veterans of the world war, who their lists of employees, Director '8:00 -m.-Wednesday: Prayer I I the fact that every farm
veterans
Adjusted compensation I
have taken up residence in Russia are Hines has announced. The Bethlehem meeting. duce enough to supply its
the world will down I
of not Ex-
war experiencing; some difficulty in obtaining ; Steel Company recently asked Free Beats and a welcome to [and have a small amount :
Congressman$ Burton E. Sweet of claims against the United for 200 ship workers from among the strangers as well as those who be. 'I markets, if for no other
,
Waverly, Iowa, author of many bills long here. I
States government according to information rehabilitated men. I To raise hogs cheaply,
for relief of disabled former service
received Joe Sparks chair Lemuel Holies, legion national ad. PRESBYTERIAN"CHURCH
by I pastures are necessary
m"n. declared during a recent visit to' ''
of the American Legion's national jutant, recently has offered the aid of I had by Bermuda
man establishing
Pnvenport. "Th nation owes this ; Rev; W. II. Dresch, D. D., Pastor I
legislative committee. employment bureaus maintained by | Dallis, Vassey and Bahla
debt to the fighting men and compensation Because there are no persons in legion posts in all sections in find 9:45 a. m.-Sunday; school. Prof. Japan clover or lespedza for
will continue to be a live issue D. B. Shaver superintendent.
ing jobs for Veterans Bureau trainees. I
Russia authorized to take acknowl-I All these can be planted on
until I services.
it is carried he said. 11:00: a. m.-No
America 'should havconscripted/ edgements of the American Legion's I Prob'l,. So- 4:00: p. m.-Junior Christian En-.! land together, and will in
,nation committee. deavor. |
legislative
good
supply
grazing every
wealth and labor just as she conscripted "Did call this
really
I Because there are no persons in you gentlemanan 7:00 p. m.-Christian Endeavor the year. In addition such
man in the war as\la measure old I
power fool last night? asked the meeting.
Russia authorized to take acknowledgements 'dan millet
of justice, according to Mr. Sweet. ; judge. 8:00 p. m.-Union Services at grass, sorghum. ,
(I on applications, affidavits First Church. I nuts can be grown in .
---- I The prisoner tried hard to collecthis Baptist
Rhode Island, Delaware and West I I and other papers applying to claims 8:00p.. Wednesday. Prayer ,oats and rye and rape can
"Well the look
thoughts. I
Virginia, in relative order lead all made by disabled war fighters, the more meeting. cheaply in winter.
nthr status in contribution to the veterans bureau has found it nece!"sajry at him, the more likely it seems that Visitors will find a cordial welcometo Nothing is as convincing : : ,..

American: Legion's fund to decoratethe I I to hold in abeyance all claims of I I did," he replied.-Exchange. a home-like church.CHRISTIAN ry of the farmer who has

graves. of oversea dead, despite/ :persons': residing in Russia until such 666 quickly relieves Constipation CHURCH "done the thing." The : ;:: : : ; ::: ;'I :
the fact that they are among the time as the proper consular officers by J. W. Gaskin of
I Biliousness Head Rev. Allen J. Miller, Pastor.
smallest departments of the organi;care able to operate. I is interesting:

zation. Total contributions for the The assistance of the American. aches Colds and Lagrippe. 10:00 a. m.-Bible School. C. E. "I broadcasted!! a 32-acre:

. ------------------ .. Yowell. superintendent. I in the and let it
-- - -- - -- -- --- ---- -- spring,
11:00 a. m.-Preaching by pastor. : : .
grasses-crab grass and .
I
Theme: "The Lord's Supper.
6:45: p. m.-Christian Endeavor will plover (oldfield) pursley). I

1NTS t1IUTY 8 X HVICK meet with B. Y. P. U. at First Baptist -field for a pasture from May

Church. I[ September, 30 cows and 35

8:00 D. m.-Unien Services at First ning over it regularly. In I 'F'

Baptist' Church. I flat broke the land eight :
7:00 p. m.-Wednesday. Personal j '
with disc and
Evangelism class, conducted. by the I a plow '
TIN New Studebaker pastor. I I make a seedbed for oats

8:00: p. Wednesday.: Prayer ''disced in with a seeder. The "
Special-Six:; Touring Car
Meeting.We '(leveled with a 10-foot. log ;
\ welcome you to worship withus. chains attached to the :

\ !!. I "I 1 pastured! 40 cattle and .

ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH for 45 days on this oat crop
I .I
vested a good crop of oats ,
11:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer. \
8:00 p. m.-Evening Prayer. (May. Then we broke the

8:00 p. m.-Wed lesday: Litanyand ('planted it to White Spanish f.'J. : . ,

y prayers. Choir practice follows. j about the middle of June. I .

r CHRIST'S CHURCH I lit twice with a weeder and "

i (Pentecostal) An 18-inch scrape, applied I:: : :

Corner Brack and Oak Streets of 16-percent phosphoric << '

acre and harvested an
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School. Inter :
national Lessons. /pf nuts. .? ,

11:00 a. m.-Sermon by pastor.
Apologies To Cone ,
Service.
7:15 Young Peoples'
p. m.-
8:00 Evangelistic Sermon by Day by day in every way <
p. I'm getting sicker and : ;

Before buy theSTUDEBAKERMODELS pastor.7:30 m.-Tuesday. Instructive All I do is rave and crave.Beer
car
you any see Bible teaching p. by pastor. light wine and m

7:30 .-Thursday: Weekly
Prayer Service.2i30 LEGAL

: p. m.-Friday. Women's Bible -
Class. Mrs. L. B. Higdon in charge. !\OTKI-: O'"' .PE N \I.(,,.1'I... :\ .''' ,
Communion service first Sunday
I In the (.It',>ull Court for Ih '
each month. of- .
Foreign Missionary I- .-nth Judicial. Clriull of the '
fering taken second Sunday each Klorld.i, in iim! fm .mo.olll ('
month at evening service. <'hmi<-erJohn, /I- Klnx. et
X9Z4 Come, Pray, Believe. All welcome. 1 lilnlnHiitH VK Itull--Foreclosure(Osinr) II.... .1.Hp"I''HI..nl"

____
u K.iire. Notln- of MMHI..,I'H Hale !
LEGION COMMANDER THANKS is iiKKKiiv: <:IVI':N i II\' tin u'
t'll S ilftl Muster here ,
HM
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Studebaker presents its complete resources to manufacture economically THE PRESIDENT OK. !MEXICOA pointed to t' irout thr to ( ,

line of 1924 models announced a week and give; maximum intrinsic value I
ago with the conviction that they will for a given price.Produced message of thanks to President ouint lo tint, -.linn of until, ,
Obregon of Mexico for his recent I shall ..1T'r for axle and aril '
increase the prestige of the name under tnese favorable U-reHt of nilil Respondents HH '
con- decree I <<
permitting the American Leg-
I..r."t spprnred at the
Studebaker which for 71 years, has :
ditions, the 1924 Studebakers are distinctly ion in Mexico to duty flee ,tnortKnKf foii IOHI-I] In the
stood: for the best in transportation, the finest and import <.ft cnuHi-. tu-\\lt the 27th day
cars greatest >
and value of product. markers for the graves of soldier A. O IfllR or Ht any time
quay : values Studebaker offered. has been Alvin In the following. dt-Hcrfbed l
dead sent; by Owsley, rated In Oareola' County. )' : :
Into these 1924 cars are built every These are not careless statements. national commander of the veterans' -KlnnliiK! at the molt ;Kimtvrl .
feature in that makes of L't Two 12.. of lllo,'k ... (
proved design They are facts that reflect the honesty organization. I of th.oIoUlh florid Railroad ; ;
for the comfort,convenience and safety and integrity of the manufacturer and "Members of the legion deeply ap- n>"'.. h-ul\-* of the Town of .
I Coun011111..*
rMtOHreola of
of passengers and many" refinements its product just as they do the truth preciate this courteous act of the | nnd run th..nreoIo1lh 43 dpIlT. '
that further enhance the value of a of Studebaker advertising.line President of a neighboring country 75 feel thriico North 47 ...."r'
71 1 1..1. Thence North 4l: "", ,'
line of cars already highly perfected. public has placed I i its confidence and take it as a symbol of the gooj( 1 Iffeet: tlifnce South! 47 delr. ,
|IiI li-i-t to th>* place of
It is common knowledge in ttye> steel Studebaker by accepting these facts, feeling that exists between our two Mso: FieirlnnlnK" 92 feet ),
nations," the message stated. "May ,' dfKioci Fast to the Mo.t
the of
industry that Studebaker uses only supported by performance I I corner of Lot One < 1) of { "
the highest grades of the finest steels. Studebaker cars in owners' use. That's your efforts in behalf of your beloved teen < 19) of the Houth Florida' ,

And the same is true of the electrical why Studebaker sales for the past Mexico be crowned with success. slmmee'otnpan's City Survey oiiceola of the County.Town

equipment,instruments bearings,bat.ix years have increased progressively You have won the undying gratitude Florida. and run thence South )
each and sales for the of our American Legion members in Krvea East 60 feet: Thence !
teries, upholstery finishing paints, year I deirreen" Went 7r..t/ : thence ,
tires and accessories used in Studefirst six'months of 1923 of 81,880 cars 'Mexico and of the hundreds of thousands de..r..... W.-st 60 feet: thence :
dritrvcs East: 75 feet to the '
baker cars. broke all six months' records.It of war veterans over the world I hednnlnoI.Id land; lying '
by thoughtful consideration of being a part of Lot Four (4) (
Is equally well known that Studebaker Studebaker never cheapens quality your ment Survey) of Section .....
our fallen comrades. fZZ) Township t.'enty. ve Itt >
with $90,000,000 of actual net to meet competition. The name of Range twenly-nlne ((29)
assets, including $45,000,000 of plant Studebaker stands for satisfaction EATS HIS DISHES AFTER TaJl ha..... Merhttun Said
occur on the Srd day of .
facilities:! is unsurpassed in ability and and service. HE EATS HIS MEALSA l>. 123. between the legal I
.sale In front of the Court
Orlando. Florida The terms
late invention is thatof
a machine -
ale to be rash with the ..
Power to satisfy the most exacting owner to make dinner plates and cup of payment In cash or deposit a
A discretion seems beat at the
and saucers from a kind of dough the making of bid.. ....
MODELS AND PRICES-f. o. b. fa otory similar to that of ice cream tones. The for deed Thin the Znd day of
A. D. 1922. JOHN H CAI
LIOHSIX SPltCI .811 BIo3Lprs. inventor says "My Invention'will do Hpeclal Master In (,
t iY W.B. I-"a-.I. err W. B. T.-'J.H W.B. JOHNSTON & OAKBBTT.KUalmmee. .
with the much dreaded after dinner

4d H. ". sd R. ". ... R. away Florida.
TOW_U.-.f499S Tourka-----,U50 Touti.g U50 dish washing, as you can simplyeat I Counsel for Complainant
Ro.dtbr(3.P.s..) 975 Ro.dstw(t-Pma).. IUS (S.IUS
c-I-U2S CoupsS. ...).- 1975 (S.9430 your plate, cup and saucer for : NOTICB! MlftTKKtl "
t .a 1550 t3ed.n te50 Vedas 1750r. dessert and there is nothing left but IN CIRCUIT COURT for the
.,... to Meet Your Camwa enee knife and fork." teenth Judicial Circuit of the
your Florida In and for Oaceola .
Chancery. H. J.
plalnant. ... C. A. Clarence N y
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and Ruth )(lnx. hlq wits .
KISSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY Foreclosure of Mort ra*...
Hpe Ial "a.t.,'. Sale. _- '
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Insect'bites? cia by Blven Master by heretofore the undersigned ,

aid cause to carry out the
MENTHOLATUMthe the final decree therein entered ,
-. YA let day of August A. D. I.t3. p
S .- uant to the tttrnu-ot said Anal ''II. r
ERr stLe itchinjund I shall. us)... payMent as )
::r. J' J. STUDEBAK YEAR''t' i comfort for In said final decree; 4.' ?
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i1 rouE" KISSIMMETfi VALLEY'' GAZETTE, FRIDAY AUGUST, a. J925K1SSIMHEE .

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VALLEY .
GAZETTE ., '
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r FIXED LAST WEEKSet ASSETS REPRESENTATIVE HERE .
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I BUBLIBHBD BT Major L. A.>Odom, State Superintendent -
XdSSIMMHifi] VALLEY At lift' Mill For 1923 Which Is
I THH GAZETTE < . < .o. .,,. *..< of the Volunteers America,
I EVERY FRIDAY ;
Seven Eighths Of A MHJ' Increase
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General' Booth MAKE USE OF YOUR BANK
\ KISSIMMEE, KL01UDA The international News Service recently Over' Levy' For 1922 under Ballington was

" W. B. HARRIS ,_____...._...Pr.al B. a. VANS AONBW._,....Secretary The state tax millage for 1923 has which might be called,
b able item of I
ALLISON T. FRENCH.._.....Editor news. o '
, ..* ". ivIIsurTioNhATES' '"Denmark July 42-Police summoned -1)been fixed at 11 tt mills, according I 1' "Two" of Florida's Greatest Moral As- ..

., On Copy, One Year._............$2.00 a provincial peasant to appearin to" a statement issued from the executive sets. Don't the idea that 'home
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One Copy,' Mix "Montha._.-_?____... 1.00 connection with pending I offices at Tallahassee last week.; One is :the Florida Rescue Home,' get your bank' is only
One ....... court in a
Three .
Copy Months. .60
case. The _peasant sent back word i This compares with 10 5-8 mills for for the. reclamation of erring girls for the purpose of l loaning money. Your bank' '

.. (Entered, ,Florida at the>. second poilofflce-class At matter.Ktuslmmce )- that he couldn't attend the court alfhe Hast"yenr. I. and young women, located I at Jackson is just as necessary to your community as your

.. :A11 communication except from authorised was 'setting on SOle eggs.! The I The yearly millage is fixed by from the ville.The v other is the state-wide Prison grocery or. dry goods stores. Deposit your

correnpondenta must be etched police investigated and found the i governor on recommendations in the bank and
, by the writer. lying in ted on goose eggs the comptroller, authorized by state Welfare and Relief Department. money pay your accounts and
Rejected matter will returned If peasant
call<'d for.Poreictl .be carefully" wrapped in straw and shav' laws to fix certain millage to meet The Florida Rescue and Maternity bills by check. Drop in and talk over financial

ings. Two of the eggs" were hatched" demands for operating the state gov- Home;located at Jacksonville, the only difficulties. Many times the banker is able to

l f I_ "tl"- *Mr RtCAN Adyn".lnll" *PRI<-.S R..ire.w.tatvel ASSOCIATION( -_J I and the little goslings were caperingover I ernment. I institution of its character in the: give valuable advice, and will]] do it cheerfully.

the bed. Upon representations being i i-Tho millage fixed is an addition to state, is accomplishing great good in
,
" t FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1923 made by police the peasant's wife ''the county, district and city taxes that particular field of philanthropy.

took over his duties and permittedhim that cover bond issues for school pur- (I It was founded four years ago, and by

FINISH 'BULKHEADIXG: to go to court." poses, improvements, and the like. I dint of assiduous effort, has continued .

A wonders why they paid. The statement announcing the mill. to increase in usefulness.' It is

' __ If the election carries to divert the cable person tolls on such news as that. Probably ape: figures follows: I truly a real home where motherly in-
" bulkhead to streets it is a foregone Merchants and Farmers BankOF
money it was because it was the first : "The state millage for the year I jience" abounds and any unfortunate
that it will be
; conclusion many I time that they had heard of a real I 1923 has been fixed at ll'/i mills. girl may go there and be help- '

I. years before the present or-a succeeding l- he man trying to become step-mother ;The legislature added one half mill ed with loving hands as long as KISSIMMEE

. I ; commission will have the temerity I to a brood of geese; and say, folks, for the support of the state live stock 'may be necessary. It is also state-j

) to'. again advocate bulkheading. wasn't he the biggest goose in the I''sanitary I board, to be used in tick.,, wide in its conduct and free '
The Gazette believes that bulkhead- i'''I benefits. Hence it is "A HOME INSTITUTION"
added three- not
bunch after all ? .eradication. Also they surprisingthat '

,> Ing is of as much importance right I .I eighths of a mill fdr general revenue the demands being made upon

now, as street paving, if indeed, it j if -. ..
I Adventures with. a Lawn MowerA ,purposes. These two items have the institution are great. The strong : '!' "I

. c not more important. Unquestionably, lawn mower consists principallyof brought the state millage up from rfefd'of such an institution has been -
needed. We should' like to
, botji are (Jogwbeels, revolving blades and a'' 30 5-8 which was the amount for theI thoroughly demonstrated and the most -4w--
diversion of the Bulkhead ,
'4 see Ihe smear of grease. It is made ostensi-1 I I year 1922, 11 Vt mills. It will' be forceful argument that could be em- ..,
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funds voted" down on election' day,
bly to cut grass, but its chief outputis noted that apart from the two items ployed to induce cordial co-operation,

; August 11. I perspiration, and backache. ('above referred to the sjate( millage is 'the fact that wayward 'worn an- ;O-O---" 60 OO HM-o OOH .O O< oooOo>
shouTd like everybody" in
We to
I: see Mr. Muggins was! a man who loved has been held to the same: figure as hood i is being constantly helped. Ma- '
; KissTmmee get together, co-operate, :'Jut babies born in the and : RIGHT GLASSES--NOW "
which his country nd paid 'his taxes because jtar, notwithstanding' very large Jiy are Home
and eliminate the difficulties
' he had tot and one bright day j i appropriations which the legislature ;Kin Tnost cases must be held for :
! stand in the way of bulkheading. We I lo aloP-I' cg: Will preserve your eyesight for the future .
41! ,he was cajoled into giving eighteen dol- made. j jtion' owing the extreme youth '
should then ]like to bond election
I I called to finance see both a water front I;I lars for one of the ball-bearing_ con- |I "The tax burdens of Florida are inability of their mothers to provide : We fit you correCllyBtfractively, satisfactorily

4.... bulkheading and street improvement. ''traptions that are warranted to giveI quite heavy, but the larger part of for them. This splendid service to : Phone today for an appointment

I his lawn a perfect hair cut. When !; the tax go to the support of mu- society, is being performed ftf great :
The which builds villages" into
i spirit j he found that it wouldn't go under its nicipalities, counties and the various volume as far as the resources of W. E. SANDERSON CO.
f towns, and towns into cities, is that 'II ... !
I own steam" he got up at 5:30: in the sub- i"tris. When we consider the the institution' permit. For further :.
which acknowledges de.o '
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spirit never the low assessment in Florida the state information regarding this Depart- <*" >* I morning and began to push thing ; I -4+ +++++444
undertaken I
Teat but
having once a I over his grass plat, hoping to get i. millage is not high and the total taxes ment, write Mrs. L. A-. Odom, P. 0. .

.,':, ;project, keeps everlastingly: at it until -I through before the heat of the day. collected from the people the amount Box 74, Jacksonville, Florida. '- - -- -- --- ----- i,

its accomplishment is a fact. I I He had but just begun when a neighbor "hich goes to the support of the state The Prison Department helps dis RURAL COMMON SENSEBy :NOTICE OF TEACHEUS'y
The argument that the" War Depart I .
,\ i lady called to him. He saw he- j government, is rather small in comparison charged prisoners of Florida, and in Spuds Johnson EXAMINATION
ment refused permission to bulkheadis
I standinpwith an rpron thrown over 'I with that which is in paymentof doing this, renders a most signal service Every in little
day old ,
no argument. That branch of the every way The State Uniform Examination for
I her head and her mouth working in I Ii Ii county, district and municipal pur- not only to the individual, but I'm learning more and more law. And
i government very often change it* I tto all grades; of Teachers' Certificates'
1 s1' official mind when it is shown that i i his direction. He' ran over to see" what poses. the State and Society. this time" I came very near to being will be held in the High School Building t
I him to II | I That philanthropy which throws its I II -
she wanted and she" told stop shut behind the bars
and bars of
;J the people concerned are united in SHERIFF BREAKS IN I, up Kissimmee, Florida, )beginning at
influence and
nine about
( running that machine till after I care a man whose steel don't
their efforts, and that the proposed ON NIGHT OWL PLANSContinued you forget. 830
life has I ; a. m., Thursday, August 16, 1923.
been
o'clock for her husband had just got' atrophied by a term in
It all made madder'n
me heck too
,
will result in
public
i Improvements All persons desirinir to take the examination '
of hours be- I the penitentiary, and endeavors to -
| home from lodge a couple ( from raze Oncmerit" ) for awhile. One thing: I remember say- '
:i food. : guide him back to the are requested to notify the
: and then sleeping. Mr. Mug- sphere of usefulness ;
Biscayne Bay is dotted with filled- | fore was When the office boy read one Ing-and I guess I said many of them county superintendent in ample time ,
not embodies .
4n islands. Long stretches" of its gins obediently put his mower away which said something about "Hosiery i only humanity -was "This here country of ours is so they may be furnished the neces-

. .chores have been" bulkheaded and i until ten o'clock and then tuned it up Display" he asked "Anything in it?" and Christianity but is statesmanship no longer the land of the free. A man I I sar)' blanks to be tilled out prior to

beautified, all monuments to the per-' | pnce more. Whn he got started When the office boy got through with of the most constructive char can no longer do as he pleases. even the take examination. Persons desiring> '
sent her lit- acter. the exeaminatlon in other than
detent and united efforts of Miami's ( again another neighbor his pummeling the office looked ,, with his own property." I was plumb their home must first
county recelye'permi8Kiun
orders for him to i The initial province of this
with depart-
tic boy over if had struck it and : provoked, but I understand it all
progressive citizens in obtaining the as a cyclone 1 now. from the State Superln-
i t Consent of" the War Department. Sanford I I stop that racket right away for fear i ihe'd whenever a Night Owl is mixed up in ment is to keep constantly in touch It was this way: A Sunday or two dent. Blanks for this purpose will be

Punta Gorda, and Eustis have all wake the baby. As he ould anything; the Night Owl gets the with men while they are wards of the ago I was visiting with my folk's over I I furnished by the county auperintend-

think of no way to muffle the blame for it and !state. to neighbor Ben Strickland's. While >, ent. Applicants for exemptions on
and
//had similar problems, end they have j rumors grow ;
he obeyed the command of a I Major Odom who is in charge of I I valid certificate they now hold should ,
mower it be the sheriff heard that. |I Ben and I were out looking at his
orked> them out. Kiasimmee cando may 'this tend them in to this office .prlor to '*i
it into the : department" with his attaches is
i the same thing. I j higher power and ran paI -; The announcement was made that :: crops and stock, the boys were downto the examination. All applicants for '

With reference to the difficulties I rage. About sunset he sneaked the those who want to flirt with the, picture I'constantly visiting the prisons of the the mill pond the girls were playing any certificate, before being eligiblefor

i thing out once more thinking to finish cards and hearts 'state. Periodically religious services house and the wives busier'n examination, shall present to the
,
encountered in pumping the clay bottom aces, may reserve -I' were
his before of his :!ore held Sunday Schools are kept, organized county superintendent written
cutting any en
grass
of Lake Tohopekaliga, those difficulties their card tables ahead of time everything talking and looking at the dorsement ,
of
think of to : societies and leagues formed. good moral character, '
i neighbors could any way at the local book store to be of flowers. When to the
: are again not arguments sure we got ready go signed by two responsible persons, .
Bibles and
starter other wholesome
( bgainst finishing the work undertak} stop him. He had just got having a place to try their luck, and reading ma'am had a bunch of rose, poinsettiaand and shall pay the following fee: For

en. There are a number of dredging when the, wheels of his machine locked it may be that the sheriff heard that, j I matter are furnished-in fact, those grape vine cuttings that Ben' Third Grade,. $1.00; for Second Grade,

'I I companies! who 'will contract the job and come to a standstill. It would I Anyhow, the plotting ladies were I'things looked after which make for wife had given her $1.50; for First Grade, Primary Spe-

run backwards a, but not forward, The i I the advancement of the morale of the cial, and Professional, $2.00 Questions -
find who will give good and sufficient talking' things over in the back room i Of course we were glad to get them
'I
muckets had loose and fallen into |I men while incarcerated. Upon release on any given subject will be
bond to'complete it. 'w' got I'of the store conducted by'the 'p-esl. and took them right on home and set opened in the presence of the exam-
,
W. B. H. the cogs so that the gilderfluke e u1d- ,dent of the dub which Is responsible I j I many of the men are furnishedwith them out. I thought that would be the inees, and no person will be admitted
n't agitate the duflicker and the" thing '{ a change of clothing and placed who is not at that '
for the Night Owl, when in walked the j last of it for me-except for a bit of present time. For

i I According to seismographic reports, wouldn't run. Muggins was usually: ofa sheriff. Imagine the scene, dear reader i in positions while; many others are I care now and then-till the cranes further" Information write to- the
but he was furnished with transportation to their county superintendent or call at his
cheerful disposition,
somebody struck a match again in and save the sad details being were" bearing. But it was not to be. office. C. E. YOWELL
California.-Palm Beach Times. discouraged now. He gazed for a ''written. But the sheriff found out he homes or assisted in other ways as Someway or somehow State Plant 33-3t County Superintendent., '

time at the impudent,) little bunch of the case may demand. f
was dealing with a clever bunch oftople Board inspectors' found out that cuttings I
1 After all, it doesn't pay to be blades, cogwheels, and grease and Ring TrueDon't
,, -' and he left empty handed, and had been moved from one prop-
Crooked. Most of the corkscrews are then ran it under the house and the (:ON TRACT LET FORI I be what you ain't,
finally decided he'll have to shadow erty to another and without inspec
out of a' job."Qrlan Reporter-Star. next day hired a boy to cut his lawn. j jK1SS1MMEE I I SAINT CLOUD SCHOOL Jes' be what you i is,
I the place to-night. He'll have to Ition. They came to see me. It was a

i wait some time thqugh for the Night I (C'ontlntK'd from ra" 1) mighty hot day when they came and I If you is rIot what you am,
Burbank could do the world
no greater Then not what
am is.
: service than to cross the common LOOKS GOOD j'. Owl doesn't begin to commence his was awarded to Mr. Bailey. No action -I guess all of us together were kinder you you

TO CHICAGO MAN most notable traits until some people ; was taken on the petition an the saucy.'
umbrella stock with the Australian
'board has awarded the If you're just a little tadpole,
contract and
have gone home. i Without explaining the details of
4 boomerang.-Palm Beach Times.
Illinois]: !i To-night there will be a solid hour, ,can take no further action except in the little fuss, I'll say I learned those Don't try to be a frog.

_ _ _ _ _ Chicago, the event that Mr. Bailey fails lo If you're just the tail, (
starting at 8 of inspectors!< under
p. m., a program I I were acting a Florida:
Editor Gazette
If Senator Duncan U. Fletcher livedin ; | Don't to
make good the provisions of his try wag the dog,
which will be well worth anybody's con- law that was made.to protect us rather .
woJid Permit to thank cordially .
me ,
New York Ohio he be you i .1
or
,tract.
admission fees. that the card than burden .
of After to us. Had there been any I'
the logical nominee of democratic and sincerely, for the courtesy sev- You the f:
can
our Objections also filed always pass plate,
were against
and the | serious'
f Gazette" games start, Midway attraction ; insect or disease enemies on
ral issues The Valley
- party for president. But then it < o < The admission ticket enti- J.he school bus arrangements for the Ben's plants, they might have been If you can't exhort and preach. -
is ,better to live in Florida .be sent in reply to queries anent your If you're
than to just little
a pebble
I tIes one to the program the refreshments Alligator; Lake and BaKsville' routes, transferred over to my place on those ,
presldent.--Florlda Advocate. little city. | I petitioners claiming that the children Don't try to be the beach.Ion't .
I: Unexpected business developments -this doesn't mean a full fledged plants. I should have written to the

Some papers! say that the words have postponed my contemplated dinner, so don't quit eating to save can not be cared for in the manner I Plant Board at Gainesville to have the

i "world court" and "league of nations" Florida visit, but the day is comingas up for it, flbr the refreshments don't; rovided: by the contract with Hardy I plants inspected before moving them. be what you ain't,

. sound funny. Yep, so they do. About sure as "Crackers" skin the I com t..lillx'
as funny as "Congress" and "United northerners you during the winter and the card tables for those who want to''! daylight. The board again refused and all that trouble avoided. After all, For the man who plays it square
"
i States of America" sounded to the flay alligators in the sweet Summertime I play.' The individual attractions can '' to change its decision, unless experience I guess we are living in a pretty good, Magazine.Is a-goin to get "his. -S. U.

\ people of the colonies along about be taken in at small cost, just as you proves the impossibility of day and our way of doing business is F

j '1774, hut these two words sound all Kindly tender my respects to wish. i I Jtfr. Simmons' accomplishment of his better than when I was a boy. WOODYARD MOVED

! right now, and the world court and Messrs. Harris and Agnew, and add Everybody who has an opportunity -I contract.- Sentimental Pt'

league of nations are things that are that I think The Kissimmee Valley to purchase one of the souvenir DO NOT SPRAY FRUIT Sandy I have moved my woodyard from %

&8 certain to come as death and tax- Gazette is some little paper.I tickets, and there aren't very many of Girl (to shy lover) ; "You've hardly 516 Brack street. to 121 Main street
I DURING HOTTEST
es, if the world exists" another fifty saw a two-page featured ad of them, should remember he's helpingthe HOURS spoken a word all the evening, Sandy, where I am still prepared to furnishmy
OF MID-SUMMER customers with 120 blocks
DAYS
veneer
t years. Woodrow Wilson dreamed: a Green Cove Springs in one of our Business and Professional Wom- and yet you write me such beautiful 15-inch, livered for" $3.15; 12-inch

dream and set an idea in motion that leading prints the other day. A little n's Club to help Osceola by highway Spraying fruit durnig the warmest long letters." blocks, $2.96. Split for stove-wood,

will live aj long as the earth endures, early, isn't it? beautification. But it isn't just a hours of the day in the warm monthsis Sandy: "Aye. A'm just thinkin' guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for

and try as they may, the isolationists Kissimmee: seems good; to me. scheme to get your money, it's an opportunity liable toresult in spray-burned fruit, what 'Am going to put in ma next!"- winter's$3.35; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your

and pull-backs and conservatives, Yours to attend a lively affair, at fruit Humorist (London). supply now. All delivered.
truly that does not look or sell well Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12U'Ju

I or whatever name they go under, will O. M. JELLEY. which you'll get your money's worth. I Such is the experience of many exper- --- ----- ----- .
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never stay its march to accomplishment. lenced growers and specialists. u .. --

Individuals once fought out REV. BUCKALEW RESIGNSRev. I PreparednessA Much of the shipped fruit of last

their rows in person, but the courts
that
was condemned sold for
-J Thomas Buckalew presented tall, nervous-looking man rushed year or
c take care of them now more or less I low '
exceedingly prices burned in
imperfectly and the time his resignation Sunday night at the into a grocer's shop in a New York was
must come the
grove, according to plant disease R.
; CLAY
'when the nations will cease to fight mee for the north on Monday, expect- state village. specialists of the Florida

and take the decision Pentacostal church, and left Kissim- "Sell me all the stale eggs you experiment
of some sort
Station. A
ing to stop for a few days in Florida have," he demanded large amount of this condemned
of court
or league of nations. That'sthe ,
cities, en route. "Well, I don't usually sell stale' fruit could be put on the market
: story we have learned from the and
as brights or goldens and would Garage Machine
Shop
study. of history, and we believe it is CARD OF THANKS eggs have, said some the grocer if "but" I could lebyou bring good prices, if not spray burned. 1
true. Arcadia you-
Enterprise.
Spraying during the warmest hours"of ,
"I must have all you're grot""I -
We desire to express our heartfelt I the :
warmest days should be avoided
American motion lead SUCCESSOR TO CLA Yo6 !'
pictures now thanks suppose you're going to see'Hamlet' THOMAS f T
to the many kind\ friends and .. it is said. I
in most of the countries of the world, at the village hall to-night "
,
neighbors, who helped us by words of r'
The tissue of spray-burned fruit is Automobile :
even in China, Japan, and India. said the grocer knowingly. Accessories :
,
S ,- encouragement and friendship and by weakened and is .more liable to be attacked F ,

Married Men's Style Note. ending donation of things so badly "Husk! said the stranger, glancing by the fungi that cause decay. Batteries Tires t
around nervously. "I am I.met.I"-! .
"Then'will! be a little change in needed after our severe loss in the fire New York MaiL Spray early the morning or Kate/ in f ;

men's' pockets thfi which destroyed our home. Evening the.afternoon
prlng. The experience teaches. '
j Union News Co., Bulletin. This also PEARL JOHNS I, Isn't This a,Nfce Day? .* *." i,,,

t applies .to the summer, fall and wintter "- ,Mra.) PEARL JOHNS,/ Sign In a 'store'wIndoWj; "Wonderful If your business Is nqt worth ad- I. BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL M K SJf CARS' t'j:;
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P
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bargains .hrt. foYznen'with rtlilngV adVertfser \ ,
It'for'sale
? .omU-Highlnd: News. ? in The fc : 1T
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9-4 PEPPERELL: : 36-INCH MUSLIN DRESS FELT: HATSStetson SILK SKIRTINGS

Bleached Sheeting the Standardof Full! Bleached and good 1 5 and Mallory makes. A variety \Vhite Baronette, 40 $2 39
all. SALE f\r* weight; SALE, Yard . , c of shapes. At Substahtial Re- inches wide. SALE... .
Per Yard 0' . 0 . , . , 0 JVJi* ductions.
Blue Denim ,OverallsHeavy
Sunbeam Silk
Yellow HomespunHeavy .
Best Blue Work weight high back and cut
SALE Ratine Colors, white
Per roomy.Pair . . 0 0 0 0 0 , $1.59 Weight and, full Yd.36 1* 3 c and grey: 0...'........ $2.98 !,
ShirtsMade inches wide. SALE per aManhattan

I of Blue Belle Chambray with Pin Check Pants BEST GRADE Shirt Sale :

two pockets and cut,full. 89 C Sale $1.25 Pair Palm Beach SuitsA KNOWN AS THE BEST. ,.'.
Sizes 14/z to 17. SALE. . variety of patterns and styles THE BEST KNOWN I

AMOSKEAGApron from which to select. $ 1 1 .A 5 $2.50 Shirts ............. .....$1.85
Mohawk Sheets81x90 Checks SALE...:.... $3.00 and $3.50 Shirts..:.....r. $2.65
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: $4.00 Shirts .:. ...,.....\'.?,'..$3.00.
The best staple Gingham. 18 32-Inch Ginghams $4.50 and $5.00 Shirts r....'...r$3.65.
SALE, Per Yatd......,,H,.? c I ''(RENFREW & BATESA -
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SALE, Each .....,. .. $1.69 Straw HatsFOR I A nice assortment of Plaids and Ladies9 Voile Dresses -

---- I Checks.SALE Fast.....Colors...... ...". 25 C II An made assortment in of neat patterns' ,
MEN AT good style.
Balbriggan UnderwearShirts o 1-2 Price Ladies' Muslin GownsPlain SALE . 0 ........... $1'.98 f
with long or short sleeves. Good IMPORTED
and Neat trim;
Drawers ankle length; Good *>*Q c JIFFIONBungalow value. Sale ......" .., 98c
quality; SALE, each. .. 0 .. Japanese Crepe
ApronsOf
SuitsMen's
Bathing 30 inches wide; fast colors.
Pepperell Sheets81x90 Fast Colored Percales: well 24e
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made and attractive styles. Women's and Children's, in
SALE, Each ... . 0 15 C Wool and Cotton, At 1-3 Off.
SALE, Each.. ..... ...$1.49 0 Turkish TowelsSize Wide Brim. Hats
Trunks and Bags FOR MEN

22'/ix45' with colored borders. Dark brown; fur, not $2 98
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Beach PantsGenuine REDUCED % Are exceptional value. 45 wool. SALE, Each . .
Palm SALE .. .. .... ,. .. .. C
goods, with best quality and Hill MuslinHeavy Neck Ties Blue Serge Suits
workmanship; SALE
Each ............. ., $3.95 weight, 36 inches wide. Free For Men Cut Silk four-in-hands;.! Skeleton lined, Coat and Pants only. \
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Per Yard ... . . . ,. .. Q c values up to $2.00. SALE, cI Value.
I Big .
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Ladies' Silk Hose I I Each 0 SALE ......... ...
Genuine Chinese Honan I
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Pure Thread Silk, not fiber; Lisle I All Silk and fast colors; in brown, GARMENTS WILL BE OFFEREDAT
Garter Top and Foot. In black( honey dew, honey, clover, jade, Reduced 15A REDUCTIONS OF FROM
brown and white. SALE, turquoise and white; 1 chance to supply your wants for
Pair ...,............ 45- c SALE,Per Yard ... ...0 $ 39 the Winter at a big saving. 1-4 to 1-2. .,..

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Proceedings Of.The' track he sold to the county, for nine-i LEGION CONVENTION TO ;
."IN A BAD WAY"Many
Commissioners" ty days ss per his agreement.The .. I CONSIDER NATIONAL ISSUES -"I

.1 clerk; read a letter from A.. W. I
Declaring that unrestricted immigration .
of the state road 'I
i The Board of County Commissioners Kenney engineer \ ; Klsslmme' Reader Will Feel 'constitutes a menace to the
brickson
In and for Osceola county Flori- department. regarding certain 11 If your back gives out; future of the United'States Lemuel
which the
ja, met in'regul r session at, JO a. rn, the:road aidingat Campbells claimed. :The Becomes lame. weak Or aching.; Bolles, national adjutant of the American I ,
state department .
on July 2, 1923 E. L.. D. Overstreet clerk was. Instructed. to write to the If urinary troubles set in, Legion stated that the ,question :

chairman J..M. Hansell, IL O. Partin that the bricksbeloned Perhaps your! kidneys are S "in ar bad of immigration will be of great importance
state road"department '
!,A. F. Bass and K. V. Phillips being way." in the deliberations of the ;

''pjreaent; Johnstbn and 'IGarrett Attorneys having been to'' Osceola bought from county the, the Alabama same Doan's. Kidney Pills are for weak j,I legion's. national convention to be held FOR : 1 1'

for the board and'J. L. Over- kidneys. !dn San Francisco next October. The /
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Paving Company 1919. FOR HKNT-SO
street clerk being present. Local evidence proves their merit. national
legion official who recently most llIn

The Board was called to order. by Leo. agent H. Wilson suggested county that demonstration there wasH Mrs. C. B. Hansel of 421 Clay St. ,'visited this city to consider convention And tive soil chicken has . 15',

its chairman; and the minutes of the Kissimmee, says: "I can hardly describe '..f Arrangements, told convention committee miles from town.
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of overflowed -landsin
read and large acreage the misery I endured from ALSO TWO room
'S June meeting approved.
members that legion membersare
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.Osceola county that could be" made acre place 2'i '
Mr. B. C.0 Miller appeared before ; backache. When I tried to get out of I delighted at 'the prospect of com room house 6 I n I
it that he
if drained
the board and reported road near productive the w.aa matter before the( bed mornings an awful pain took mo ing to a convention in California.j son plenty Realty of oranges : I

his place in need of work, tho board was bringing: : in the small of my bark and I had toj( i j Total exclusion of immigration for Fun SALK-16 ..cr< S
consider the
board that they might fine for Poult ry.
after ascertaining from Mr. Miller have' assistance. The doctor said it .
of drainage district in I i a certain period of years until the Hood ornnfcu
the condition of the road referred the proposition i was rheumatism. My\ kidneys did ,( country assimilates those immigrants orange trees
such territory as might bring the I' Terms It nece8
matter to II. O. Partin with Instruc- I not act right and I had awful pains in ,who have already come to this c(>un- town near brick,
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returns to county. . .
greatest 7 AfHICH nil . -"
tion to get the repairs dane e back of my head which nearly .
necessary matter was discussed by the board I try is advocated by the legion Mr. less than a at once. l rove me wild. I read, about Doan's! Bolles said.Referring. ('H%' limits front> ,

F Mike Peterson cattle inspector but no. I.action Barber was tax taken.W. assessor. being: Kidney pills and procured some at i|| to the policy'' to let in no% ',,ler.liulldlnKH good ;"sou.! I '

No. presented his report for the Roberson's Drug: Store and they cured thousands of immigrants espoused by neei'simrv. here. (
present, was asked by the board if '| fruit. truck and :
month of June. me of the trouble. : I
Elbert board
Gary chairman of the nouKlt to
in the valuation of land .
l1 C. S. Acre, reported the work on any changes Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't aim-I I|of dire torsof the United States Steel I from hitch school
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owned by G. W. Hopkins was made in C home every nlKht.
I the Dixie Highway between Kissimmee the 1923 assessment. Mr. Barber advised ply ask for a kidney remedy-get I Corporation: Mr. Bolles said: It is far I I (1(I house Barnge, 2 ,
1 and Campbells progressing very that no changes in valuations Doans Kidney Pills-the same that more important to us that Ameiicnj 1 1 hnuHP ..squal'tTl'r; )

I. -al lowly and auggeted that the' board Mrs. Hansel had. Foster-Milburn Co., shall remain America than that the KlHNlmmee only
of land made. Mr.
Mr. Hopkins' was
Kansas property
I. past a resolution insisting that the Manufacturers, Buffalo New York;
Barber then stated that if the board steel trust should have plenty of cheap good Florida
state road department rush the work NKI.XOM! HIC
labor. America cannot maintain

: io completion as quickly as possible. had any in intention valuations of it making should: any be Just a suggestion. Let the Board of I herself in the face of such an influx FOR 8 A I.B-60.000 :
changes
The. board assured'! Mr. Acree that Trade and the Women's Club adopt l berry plants, now
done at this time as the delay would and a halt must be put to it for a Phone 188. '
they were anxious to nee the work the following: resolution and then ad- time." S J. N. Pnrker.
interfere with his work of completing:
completed. his books. Mr. Barber also advisedthe here to it. "Prerequisite to membership I The problems of wounded veterans FOR 8AI-13:-Six to .

S Joe E. Johnston county engiaeer...re- board that ret'urrT' wds made in this organization I will buy at 'will be; given areful consideration by three work norm
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holstein
ported that Lewis Johns had not completed home wherever possible to do so, and the coming convention according to one\V.> II Maklnson'
by Fr. Hopkins of his lands for the '
; the clearing of any part of the exert every effort to get others to do Mr. Bolles. He said that hospital --
assessment i the law. Foil SAln--r
provided
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right oCw1Ibut he thought that they y the same." Its adoption might do'! work had been making rapid strides for tru I. Phone
The board assured Mr. Barber that :
could afford to make him a oavment: good:: it will do
I some : ""' certainly no but that there was still room for great
would take actfon that would ---
of $75 on the work her had done. Upon they no harm.-Sebring White Way.bridge improvement.To FOR SALB- .. I
it change any valuation on the tax booksas or unv part. for (
motion of A. F. Bass seconded by R.// all ; :
aid for education
projects popular Inx kitchen -
had the 4th. of June
they on day .
V. Phillips and carried! the clerk was I'ow will he fr< :
fund to the fine forfeiture and also to formulate definite .
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instructed to draw a warrant for the 'fund. I plans to the end that
illiteracy
ed by him on the real and personal!
said amount to Johns. The of shall be abolished the poll SAl.K-An ; |
matter appointment of in United I1t"h.'d. 222 Vi'

? J. F. Bailey representing the interest property.The board took until 2 a game warden was called to the at. I States during: the next decade will bone war court house. {
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erty south of St. Cloud reported the m. J. M.\ ) the convention Mr. list ,,nd renUliiK
who Bolles said.
Hansel moved that the coming ,
The board reconvened at 2 all .. )
i p. m. nml u.lclrenH for
need of a road about one }half mile for members of the board board recommend the appointment of Also the question of physical e'duca' Instructive new ] :
'S his convenience and asked the boardto I being: present. Bore Sec ('II. !
I The bills S. B. Story. at a salary of $125 per tlon for the young: will be consideredand ,
have such road and workeJ. following were presentedto _ I ,
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month. Motion devised aid this -S S S S
the board for examination and was seconded by plans to throughthe ,
of approval FOR MAl.K: i St .. "
Upon motion H. O. Partin
second-I : The Texas Company for Asphalt commissioner A.o'. Bass and carried. Boy Scouts and other similar organizations ,slonnrv and ." ;
ed by J. M. Hansell and It being understood that the appointment I with the aim of increasing ,- tv. rowing on / '
matter referred F. I for Melbourne road $75.] I ; Orlando pl.inlK ri'iiriy. Jolt' "
to A. Bass.
was I Co. th. date from July 4, 1923. i : the health and efficiency of the ", .11.' J M 1lut> !
Typewriter repairs on
Notary bonds were examined and Upon motion of Commissioner A. coming generation and developing n j !
county machines $26 The I'eopksBank
approved as follows: N. C. Bryan, of St. Cloud. ; Roll StateWjtnejses F. Bass seconded by H. O. Partin and better comprehension: of citizenKhip. I ron MA i.n20- ..", ,
with American of Fay <,Hxl Surety Company carried, the board instructed the i The legion is convinced of the absolute h .
$43.70; W. C. Bass Supervisor jan-| tlon,, and &u>rt St I IKOH
New York. as surety; Ellis F. Davis of registration $500.00! ; also for itor to furnish ice for water for the i iaccomociation justice of adjusted compensation I
S with United -
States Fidelity and of the officials and the 'I Ipassing of its! necessity economic soundness \ (
list election
voters for I.nSixteen )
preparing -
precinct
I anty Company as surety and Guar-I : public. 1II. : and fairness to the people of the nation In tow n i r
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No. 10. $10 F. Kenney -
S Sutton with American ; probation Half of Hum on
Surety Simmons, reported that he had United States the Legion official j
officer $50 G. T. Whitfield, Ntdiw.tlkH ami '
pany of N. Y. as surety.L. of ; paid the burial expenses of B. Yates, stated in predicting that the compensation I with 1 large, !iK ''
state General
costs against James .
L.' C. Crofton of the firm of Lan- grapefruit, t n *
of half milk and would very much appreciate any law will be adopted at the next MorriWiin. (ity.
Fish and $5; City Kissimmee one
Hull appeared before amount the board, mightpay him as session of Congress. - -
the board in behalf of G. W. bill school lunch room, $10. Upon motion FVt SALF2 llaniin.i ,
Hopkins of H. O. Partin seconded A. a refund thereupon on motion of H.I i I "When Senator Smoot. a bitter enemy ;\drl.-ty. 25 ci IIH ci !
by
stating that they wanted a reduction F. Bag and the clerk instructed O. Partin, seconded by J. M. Hans Il''!i of the bill says it will pass at .J !; } ;
Carried -
was I
.in the valuation of certain lots belonging to draw warrants for each of and earned the board instructed the ,the next session I think that is a KOI: RAJ.F.-Moj'rn ; ;; }' ;

to Mr. Hopkins for 1923 as- clerk to draw (I Mr. Bolleit said. '. furnlMied, bath ,)
said bills. a warrant to Mr. Sim- good sign, D( ,
lotn.; \12 Ixarlnur i
sessment. Pat Johnston as attorney mons for $25. I daring I : that Congress: did not auk.ha\ /.' nilre' W. J, Stved I
for the board advised that had C. L. Bandy tax collector prt'Be'tpd i ty Cloud
no authority to, make eductions they l his list of errors and Insolvencieson Letter from W. G. Brown engineer |'!: fighting! men how to raise funds for, 'FMnRH.F.'r""h I"i"I

L any Florida East Coast Railway Company :, the war or how to raise-trBSpsi hi I : l
which said
at this time as they had advertised assessment for 1922 calf heifer, ; ....nel. I,
#ist was examined by the board and I regarding the use of siding at Radio said that it would be highly presujmp-} dlt Ion. Price ,
their intention
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to set board of
as a the following certificate attached by Noll!! and Noll for unloading ma- tuous on the part of the legion to' tell J. N. Parker ,:
equalizers June 4 and at that time.
r thereto to-wit: terial for construction of Melbourneroad it how to obtain money to pay adjusted : FOR WALK Solid
equalized thevaluations '
fixed
as by South Kissimmee.
;the tax We the undersigned membersof was read and Pat Johnston as compensation. !;f;: ,. I 208H feet.
assessor
as provided by law
l and that, Mr'nopkins': failed' toappear -the board of county com attorney for the board instructed: to He said that the'dominatingi4tvewhich Valley Gazette. :

this mlssioners in and for the countyof answer. will bring several ,hundred FUR SALE. For
at time and 'make his
The Rooms and No '
have examined tax collector's report showed thousand veterans to San Franciscofor
Osceola
complaint. Upon motion of J. M. Han carefully cents each at The
amounts collected tor'Jicense to be the Convention is to carry into \
and compared the above list
sell seconded by H. 0.. Partin 'and ,
carried request for consideration and have allowed the same. C. L. Bandy $1.25 and $57 for poll tax. time of peace the same service for the FOR SALB:-Fine
was County I nation in times of Apply at tho
denied, tax collector is therefore entitledto depository reports showed as war. (Oasetlp. "" ..

credit on account of said list, for balances in funds as follows: I
M. C. Autrey Ford dealer! came be- ..
Ill-venue - _ _ ---I OWSLEY DISCUSSES TilE FOR RALK--60i1
fore the board and assured them that the following amounts: state taxl692.70 ,- Pine. and forfeiture. _ __ __. land flier St

he would keep up repairs on the twoS ; county tax, $4,580.22; special Hoed' and hrl'I".u _ -.._u_ u. 11493.24// INTERESTS OF TilE PUBLIC '\Vnu 5110<'per hiila.acre Florldn\

school district tax __ _ _ !
$547.89; special Special Road - .- .. ------ ,'

road district tax $1167.80.Pone Tick iTlldlcutlon -- _-- ____-- 6546.46'uMliltv I American citizens are interested(' in : SKfo\'l and::paired) IIANI. ) The O< '

.... in open session.E. 1 :: -_hUh _. _. 1695.18 the development of a national educational -' - 'I
Fair U __Uh._ ______ ._.. si ),O'' '
L. D. Overstreet chairman. Pair warrants were ,'an"'Ilf'd: from program: for building a higher/ -- W :" ;

J. M. Bansell.R. !, llu. several 1 type of citizen above the prejudice of \t'l'i: ,
fumln at (follows\. i il NKEIan I |
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V. Phillips 'enuo --__-- _-_--__---- -11621 92Kim hyphenism and bigotry Alvin Owslcy< I ul\ in. K ntli, limn ,
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H. O. Partin and f.o"ture) _. ._ _- _ 64373'I nation commander of the American KiHKimmee .\ itw I
Hand und hrl lC"h--_' ._ 9076.41 al." 11|...n In ill In.r
A. F. Commissioners. Legion declared on his return to the )
Bass Sn('i'lal Kond hh _ __ __ _ 6331 I "lunallx, n.l\ .'i , l _ _
Commissioner J. M. Hanse'l'! made a Tick fiadlciLtfon I legion national headquarters in In- ilu<"IH h"'v.> I..i, l I I
hhuuU 21211 1 111'1 i orxlx H. .liont i _ _
motion that Mrs.\ M. Bronson be a!- Plilillrltv ---h __ 50 00 I I dianapolis. Commander Owsley / offi'r until you K*' | ". __ __
-If | lowed $10 per month maintenance: The allowing hills win examined has visited forty-five stated and has Its cllfTeri'nt I'' I
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m motion was seconded by Commissioner npprovid and ord..r"11 li'rvt-sur paid I IB i if.rnrrsl made from two to five addresses; a sampliN' ; Uatklns. ate Co free", !> $I .1K S

H.! O. Partin and carried. Upon I I- l I' Over Jreet. CommIMr5 10 00 I|I day to audiences ranging: from 100 I Tenn : .I'j : 1

motion of J. M. Hansel], seconded by M Hansell. rommlMHlom-r__ 5.00 to 200,000 persons. \v.\\\TIOI houHi \ oiK ) .

H. O. Partin Mrs. L. A. Waller andB. I 1.1/ o J I'nrtln commiaioncr------ H.20 I American Legion polidelhe\ said "SI MIX', Cloud\iarx Flit ilil. 7.11 I 1: ; I

H. Guy were drooped from thc K ItaftH. cnmmlHalom'r____ ---- -1200_n/ are being received with favor by the : I
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PhillIps rommlflHloii 1400J I
maintenance list the commissioner i {general: public. He declared that
peo- < tat rn MtiHt I he ;
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O.rRtret't. clerk __ ___ 11900 '
to them pIe interested in the welfareof I iln-ap, 1 K: II
having agreed carry only JohiiHtun & Garrett. attorneys. BO.00 are more Cloud, .

while !tjhool was running Milton Pledjrer. pros attorney._ 33.33I. disabled veterans that they ever -

S A merry little ella8padde The clerk read a letter from M. II.I I ., It Farmer care of jail-------- 12.50 I were before and that the stand of \VANTEl--Mitn 1.1.1., I Imp of high with.

J K Haas janitor ____________ 65.00 ,
Kempfer regarding the payment of h the legion for an immigration holi- tubes A money ,
ia his eyes, bubbling I.. H Wilson county agent __ 150.00..I tion for either full I
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cost of the burial expense of H.! n A Bnss, foreman Co. Home. 85.00 day and in opposition to radicals had elusive Territory

over with laughter. Kempfer, which stated' that if the Chamber of Commerce, half rent '0.00 struck the chord of popular approval. Ohio Tire and Huhber fo

That the Thir.tie," board looked upon it as charity he Chamber of Commerce St. Cloud. Citizens of America are in favor of

S half rent __________ ___ W ANTFIJ- - : which reminds" you ofnJrM would rather they take no action in u hh 3000 the legion's stand for a universal draft house work and

the payment of the bill. The board Wm I Barber. commissions UU_ _23K u'n.11 act, under which capital and labor and tel. mention any ""
Msl.eaaeeMamlo have had .
$ after discussing the matter instructed Padgett ___--_____----__f '20.01 all the resources of America would be you write.and Box /;

the clerk to file the letter with the E H Kenyon ___nnh_________ 15.00leog conscripted the next war, accordIng _

proceedings of the board. Peterson ___u___________"_ 12.o( to Commander Owsley. The legion's IF YOU do any

wangeCRUSH- The clerk read a letter from II. H. Arm H WjlIl.m.u 10.00 defense of the occupation of the and Florida you should
W C Tanner-------------------, Stockman.

Hoppe which requested the board to 'Tod. Peterson ----____.-_.----_ 1091 1.00 Ruhr and its war on profiteers also poultry rus and and truck.

open a short road from the Whittier A H ._____ are popular he said. ) '
Kennell. ____________ .oe sample copy or K ..
'I road to his place near Peg Horn. Upon Jane Clements I--------------- soc Legion members are taking their months. Yearly I : ; 5',
three 11.00.
S the motion of J. .M. Hansell! seconded Frank Evan. r-r--------------- g.oo places in public affairs Commander a month.years.Address. <

Samuel Montsdoca ____ ____ (..00R Rtockman No.
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"I? by H. O. Partin and carried the Owsley pointed out. He said that
0 Jacksonville.
LivIngston---------------- .
for Thirst also -*"* ( 00
matter was passed.ohn Gesienl R........ three governors four lIeutenant-gov- I
aI%) LOANS ,under
11ri Lemon-Crush Lime-Crush L. Bronson speed cop reported B M Robinson for library__--_.$ 11.00 ernors four United States senators city or farm

that his motorcycle was out of Mrs M lirookshlre, care Clarence and more than thirty members .f the posit Company -K '

commission end he would have to Thompson ______hUhUU_ 15.00 lower noiise; of congress are legion nati. Ohio.
i 7ad'.ctwJiee'oet1iek have T L Comer county judge_____, 15.00 '
naires. LO
a new one. R. J. Smith then .
.di tiactM and delicbnvl$ Hansell's Oarage pas and 011_, 11.0 .
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advised the board that if would
i gvontodse 'tMtaralfivieod they C 1.. Bandy eommI.e1on.T 2H.OO

buy Mr. Bronson a new machine he Lupfer A Prattler gas and oil.. 7.SS "The prpgresB of the world has not I

of oranges, lemons and would take the old one for which he W B Maklnson. supplies_______. 14.80 come by pulling men down. It has IF YOU do any
flmi... To J C Griffin,,. work lawn Florida you should
'x I. these haw been i would allow the county $86. Upon motion mower. 1.00 come by building men up.-S. U. and Stockman ti
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.sufdcxf Bass care paupers...____. 40.00 ,
j S pure cane sugar, of A. F. Bass, seconded by H. O. i wm Basa. work________--_____ 4.00 Magazine. rus poultry and and truck )' !,:

citrus fruit iuices, U. S. Partin and carried, theboard acceptedthe Telephone Rent. .__.__,.______ 14.SO ; sample copy or 26

k certified food folor, fruit' .proposition of Mr. 'Smith,' the bal- R 8 Floyd mule fead__________ 40.40' ---- three months.reaps Yearly, 100. ;

: :,acid and carboasted water;; .. ance on the machine to be paid for Lo Godwin malnt. Jno Fleming 1.00 Courting Blindness a month. Address <<
when M :J Crowder, digging paupergrave I. what Ton are doing WileD yo1 ilealeet Stockman. No. 10
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ai 1 'WORKS cop. W c Bass supt. registration____ (00.00 Leonli'. Golden" Ej: Lotion euru nearly -- S --,.-

Kioimme, Florida .The'bond. passed a resolution asking Orlando Typewriter Co., repairs., 1.00 itr.ncth.ns.very eye dl Get_."LeonardiV.. Cool, *beats It nd i 666 cures Mal rl

'S ) the comptroller to authorize M Valley Gas tte. blank. ________ II.IOF strong q... ." Fever

Jd.t" r\ .1'.1S transfer of "Sl,000.00 from andS *, B Kenny) prob. oftleerouUnu.d ........: (0.". Oual'llnteed 01'.17' t4L :AU I Dengue
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., KISSIMMEtt VALLEY CAHOTX' :FRIDAY.", .AUcus'T.. ? *,. ItD'' - 1;>.!


ir F' IPROCEEDINGS OF THE . IIIJ. %nd. fjT, Osceola.pnrsnajnt ;. !"

; CALOMEL j I COUNTY COMMISSIONERSContlaueq I t;* wJlnt'J1orLsa.J I' No : : : "i.
:D. 1923, there being Be I '
( from Par Six
USDA AND DANGER Hardy Simmon, payment burial 'Overstreet. chairman, J. M.; Hansell, sums 3

Boy: Tat*. ......_.___......_. (5.00 U. O. Partin A. F.' Bats and R.' V..! : {
Retained and Im.d KUslmrn City, half milk bilL Phillies; Johnston ''A: Garrett M attorneys I The ,

1_ Dangerous and Sickening- flinch room ..____.-,.?.._, 10.00 for the board/and J. L.[ Over- m. <
Wnn.r-8awrer, .. ..
supplies 10.6S
tie Removed. Perfected Tab- Water and Light Plant.46.80 street, clerk also being present The'

died Calotaba." Oiceola T dw,,.Co'' repairs11.86 The board was called to order by its All ,

.ktestr' triumph of modern science Dill Ba*..majnt\ -..._......... 10.00 Chairman I and they proceeded with M. ,
*d-naueated" calomel tabletto Mr .It Bronion, maint.-------- 10.00B business. The
the drug trade as"C.lotab.J'the 0 Hancock dark
,election del.
H.lei .thu.moet enter.generally upon ueed a lof wider all ballot box .................:..., 10.00 The clerk reported that only one having. ,
popularity: ,-purified and rcnnn People Bank of St. Cloud, payment bid for the purchase of $80,000 bonds,
those objectionable qualitieshave loan, wt. No. IS*, Interest Ij67 3. R. and B. District No. 4, had been lie '
411ousness.heretofore constipation limited ,It*head-use B A Carter. Inspector election. 1.00 presented, that of G. B. Sawyer Company ty for
jid indigestion, and Ins great H J Schmidt Inspector election; '.00 of Jacksonville Florida which being : T
of liver, stomach and kidney ;J A MinnIck, Inspector election' S.00Q ;
i calomel wa the mot *ucoessdXf H Hutlnga, room rent, election I said bid was opened and read. The board I
but its use wa often nes- price offered for the bonds being 96% the
of sl keningeuaSlow .i- ---- 1 4.00
account its ----------------
It I* the easiest and moat ;J L Overatreet, extra recordingand I of par value and interest to delivery, prope

It at of bedtime medicine with to a wallow take. One et tamp 6 month.__.____. 75.00 subject to all proceedings leading up,I or' ,

that' all. No taate, ,no grit Head has lrldgeO to and culminating in the issuance rfound
nausea, no aalt. A good W Aahton. foreman -__1100.00 I
eep and the next morning you Walter Hayes, camp cook60.00 and sale of bonds being approved by(I'
lna; line, with a clean liver, a books :
I system and a, big appetite.' Bat IIIou* Clemmon. road work... 6S.OO its attorney, etc. (
ou please. No danger LorneNoyr- '""road work_______ 75.00 The matter of accepting bid on on '
b. are old only In original, Jim Clemmon, road work.____ 72.00 and I
bonds discussed by the board [ ::
aekage., price thirty-five cent Oliver Sharpe road work______ 75.00Woodward
large, family, package; ten 'their attorney, and by the citizens { :
the small, trial vise. Tour Lun'lber.Tar4.. lum'r tII.U ,
I* authorised to r.fu.d.tbe Chandler Lumber Co, lumber__ f tdeo within.the district, all of whom agreed I led the
?a guarantee that you will .be Broncon. road work_______ TB.OO;: I that it was a good bid if it had not !' : ,,
Calotab*-
with '
Jay delighted/ Bud Peterson road work.___ (0.00 been made conditionaL W. J. Steed I(I of

Frank Barno. convict guard-- (000 one of the property owners in the ;
Dan Brown, ___ ps I
convict guard_ 4S.00Mr ending
I district stated that they would recommend -
Ada Ba*, care Dan Brown' (
kNDLES ALL, CLAIMS child ____.____________.______ JO.OOHanaeir I II i acceptance of the bid without en up.
11 11IE I(I Garage, gas and oIL_ (4.40 I the rider. A. E. Donegan explained !I The
D. KLEINMAN W E Hancell, hauling prUoner II.00 I why the bid was made conditional and mates i
Mike Simmons, road work______ 61.00 I
.1..1.C stated that he did not believe the company -
'JUSTICE OF PEACE .IR I V Phillip, payroll__________ 7tS.70 levied i
STENOGRAPHER 'Joe Johnston surveyor ________ 111.10K making bid would agree to any
I K Brown, mule feed---------- SJ.51 ,change )he

Albert Acrov, roal work_______ 16.00 Upon motion of J. M. Hansell seconded to the
IIBBS W J. TEED Aaron Reave, road work______ 4175 I I by H. O. Partin and carried, 1924.
te tanler, :
road work-- 760
KR1BBS & STEED furthe ion was deferred until Au- prope (
Bid Brunaon, road work,____j 10.00
I Will Lanier .road work_______ "15 I !gus [1923, it being a regular
er K'>_sal'__r-'e.. .........at Law :Owen Lan I..,., road workl.___ 61.25 I I meets ., he bocrd. The clerk was .the

al ....ctee !. all Stets ad I Mr. M Brown. board of D Brown ft.00 In.true hold the bid togetherwith ,and
"..t.. Stat* Cwirte.JHNSTON Bill Crum. road work_________-- 60.00 $500 check attached. board.
I Mr Lee Neal, board for F Barno 26.00 The
Tie Bass, road work____________ 6475 Upon motion of J. M. Hansell seconded i
O. P. GARRETT Tobe Bass, roadwork________ __ JS.75 by A. F. Bass and carried the day of
HNSTON GARRETiATTORNEYS'ATLAW A F Bass Inspection of road.__ 10.00 clerk was instructed to draw a war- the
Robert \\j\trrt. road work____ 16.00 $295.00 this .
[[ u rant to Roy J. Smith for payment -
Homer Partin. road work60.00 I
t: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank Moline Fertlc road work__--_. "7.1i01 r for the motorcycle for speed cop. I
Bulldinc.'XISSIMMKB Arthur Tartln.: road work_______ *67.60 I The clerk presented and read in open prope

FLORIDA A J Lane road work__________ 4260 board a resolution passed by the
P Q Cromartle, road work__--__ 16.00 Osceola Growers Association and the pliance i
Taylor System supplies ___u_._. .. I:SIKdd Kisslmmee Chamber of Commerce at laws
Pledger BUI F. Davis I ,, O..rl work on truck__. 1.25 I
'H C Hurtles.. *upplle._________. 16.40L.upfer [a joint meeting of the said organiza- given
PLEDGER .* DAVISATTORNBTBAT.LAW & Prather. gas; and QII-_ 6;42 tions held July 6, 1923, which resolution ( .

; W B Maklnaon. supplies------- 54 41K requested the board to employ a a

C Brian, mule fend--______ 12817 'competent engineer to make a prelim-
State Bank Building IF _______
I p Bryan .upplle.n 61.54 ing
inary survey of a drainage district i
K183IMMEE. FLORIDA IT'L D Oventreet. .Inspection._ 600Progressive ii
as' in the resolution.
mentioned
OaT-axr iras and oil 21 96 i
Western Union,' tnrnsaice '._.n l..7 ,Resolution of the Chamber of Commerce on

DR. R. J. DENNING It S Flo>'d. mule feed--------- 16.19 of Kissimmee, Florida, request- were .:
J C Orlffln work on road grader 2.70K of commissioners ing
the board county -
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DENTIST 0 Mlnlck; irfedlcine_________: 5.16 ; .
Over the Postof8ce.tn Collie nation road work______- 600 to employ such engineer was also I I
It is
HOURS: 9 to 11:10. 1:11 t. 1.Ec. 'Arles Batton. road work____--_ 600 read Pat Johnaton, attorney for
PhoM :C.W 'Bruna. lumber________n__ 8067 the board advised them that they had tax I :
174Office PbeM 'IM 'Mach Dr.... lumber ____________ *.1S no authority to act. y
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IL 8 Johns, payt. road work___ 74.OO,. sonal
The books been equalIzed -
tax" having
W C Ba.., making list regvoter . I : s
the
a .. No. 10_______________ 10.00 -and ready to be delivered to the :'
P. A. VANS AGNEW I I;J L, Overstreet. release .fee*____ 11.00 'Tax' Assessor for purpose of extending tax ,

Noah Rauleron. road work__. 41.60. the taxes as law, the cepted r'i'4
fr ATTORNBlT-.T-LA.W Oood Road Mch 'Co.,.4 wheel Board took the matter of an estimate ,
t' OFFICES for convict cage.:__......__ 76.5S up ida.
Winter Park. Florida I I The Texas Co.. 11. bbl. asphalt71.11 of* the necessary expenses for I
Taylor Lumber Co., lumber__. 1600 the fiscal year from October 1, 1923
Osceola Hardware Co.. .upplle.. 61.16 to September 30, 1924, and having
Taylor Lumber Co., lumber..... 222.18 'considered the receipts as estimated Fine
o T L Comer Judge juv court__ 12.W' the clerk and the'valuation of the Road '
f>y
ER MAKBLE GRANITE J L nron.on.peed\eo___, 1111,00Sam
COMPANY, TAMPA B Story, same warlen?.._;, 10.00L ,property of the county aa shown by l '
R Farmer, coat court..-.",..,-.. 19.00 the assessment roll prepared by the : ::;
MONUMENTS I, R Farmer. John Malone cane 9.18L tax assesor, and having given full ,.
.' O R Farmer Robt Padktt case 9.00 consideration of the needs and necessities ,
|< Crowder, Agent, Eisslmraee L R Farmer M V A>'er'* case f SOL and the '' ;
0 of the county requirements
R Farmer, servant at jail.<__ 3000 No.
for the differeent -
I. R Farmer commiaelons88.69 purposes
James Kelley meals. to convicts IPS.75I I to meet the expenses during the
R Farmer feeding prisoner 82.95Jessie fiscal year, determined and declared No.
p Kletnmun. cost J P Ct It.54 I i
M. TILLER | }, the expenses of all special! and extraordinary ;
Milton Pledaer conviction fees_ 40 OO I No. !
al Estate Agency I', opleit Hunk of Bt Cloud. witness expenses contemplatedfor
I I the fiscal 1922 from adval- I
1 _____ payroll. county curl43.70 year ,
IE, LIFE. AND ACCIDENT 0 C H rludr. witness.___ ... 200 orum taxation and the estimated receipts No. : +
INSURANCE 00- (1 T Whltfleld. cost O James case 5.Oit from other sources available The

INDEMNITY BONDS Peoples (Hank of rlt Cloud |>uyment which said estimate is ordered spread I :
loan "'t. 721, Interest 8.33 I
No. 1 ) ( ))
Roy J Hmlth motorcjcle_u_ 2s5.Ua upon the minutes of the board. ;
prrlal I'ubllrlly ....... I The estimates for the necessaryand i, Mills; (
Mien Albina Smith canning iiKt $511 'Ii' ordinary Ixpenses and expendi- It
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B. AULTMANREAL Tick KrudlratloB FnadPeoplen tures contemplated for the fiscal yearI I I
Hank of St Cloud payment -
time warrants and lnt-)4 240.f"i I I commencing October 1, 1923, and ending '

Wm Coi..sW, & Nephews. cattle !I September 30, 1924. being com- the

dip unn _-______ uH 1.279 37 I pleted by the board of county com- sons ;
......,.. Had F..d missioners, they proceeded with the that
ESTATEand Peoples Bank of Bt Cloud. payment Taxation 'collect
: matter of fixing the rate of
Interest on time wts 1222500
the and special district the
bounty
The board of county commissioner i i for
for the 1923, state,
met at 10 a. m. July 16, A. D. 1923, purposes year
'IRE INSURANCE | and the board of public instruction
having filed! with the board of county

commissioners its itemized estimates such' : I M

SUMMER EXCURSION FARESFROM of the funds for school purposes for is

El Darlington Avenue the current year ending June 30, 1924 so

requesting them to levy a tax of 10

KISSIMMEETickets mills for general school purposes; 4 the

mills for special tax school district ty

CITYIEATMARKET No 1; 3 mills for special tax school
on sale daily to:
districts Nos. 2, 5, and 7; 2 mills for to

NORFOLK _________n$ 49.50 ypecial tax school district No. 3; and )'
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BALTIMORE 60.24 5 mills for special tax school districts S

PHILADELPHIA 66.70 Nos. 4 and 6, and 3% mills for interest -

ATLANTIC CITY __u 68.62 and sinking fund, for retirementof
resh Meat and NEW YORK .-t- 69.88 bonds in special tax school districtNo.

BOSTON .-. 82.44 1. The following resolution was '
VegetablesPhone NIAGARA FALLS 83.10. introduced and adopted:

. MONTREAL __. 929PORTLAND. Whereas, it has been ascertainedand

44IMMEE .-ME. 9l. 8 determined by the board of county K

BENTON HARBOR __ 73.25 commissioners of Osceola county,

ST. PAUL nun______ 94.90 that it will be necessary to raise l
ASHEVILLE 38.20 amounts by taxation for the current .

[ PLUMBING HEgBERSONVILLE __ 36.90 year in the following funds respectively -

SHOP SAN FRANCISCO ___ 13ci.2ii for county purposes designated
'as ;
PORTLAND ORE. 146.05 : .
I General revenue ___-_____$26,000.00

(Nothing Too Big and many other. Eastern Fine( and forfeiture ______ ".800.00 t ,

foUiing Too Small and Western points. Road and bridge _________.: 1000.00 ; ; ,
Special publicity _________ 2.600.00Agriculture ;
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i', ".:.._.. Stop Overs permitted. and lire stock.. '2,600.00 :i } J r y
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fork Guaranteed For'Schedules, reservations Special road ____,- ____-_''23000.00 ; t ,4

General school ______,____ 62,000.00 '
To Be Satisfactory .etc. Consult
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Interest.mad sinking: fon'd Beaxl:.diet.jfo. .

: ,URE .. ;i, ________ Jz-.: 7,800,00" I' 1 i..
jlyay. t.TdePbooe'l43 ATLANTIC COAST' Interest.an4 sinking,fond,.DoDd,dlat. ; .. .

',No:."*. ____..__,..__._.-24.000.00Iate..e.t. 1
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[ have rooms'tp snail ...... S7. Tteket Ages*.,.i: .sad sinking fond,fond',disk: : : : ;, \

n.fill nf.them ta mr. QCS. .,> 48-tt col- ,\ " No..' a.T._..:...._.._ -S.',.;i; "4,800.00- 1 i : : '4 : i ; ; "

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BATHING PARTY ATALLIGATORLAKE" ': ;:' Monroe Thomas: : ,\ .

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V.. ':,' Happenings ./ .)!li1j"Wiii'IffA'' ; (, ..
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", ,' Friday evening a congenial party \,\ "
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l .' motored to Alligator Lake for a moori- .
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t :'jW"; ,, )ight picnic Bathing and a delicious "-. 'w T '

"k('(\, picnic supper, were enjoyed- by Mesdames rEal at Dupont's Cafe..; tf: 4oo{ 4444444 "" ?00400040 18 Emmett Street -

:L. '.W. Piney,' Walter Starbird, ''r.," 'Dora Lee Mian Mayme Pilley, Mr. J. J. Porter was.back, Sn'KisBJmmee < WEATHER REPORT- PHONE 47 -

and .Mrs. Walter Coble, Mr. and Mrs this week for a few days.A .
Ot Official Bulletin of daily tern. George Gardner1; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. new line of collars at Mrs. Wood- +- and precipitations furnished 4 : ( Formerly HanseW Garage)
;- Woodbeck and'Messrs. Walter Bass' *. > by the Kissimmee Cooperative *
beck's Hat Shop.
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and Gerald Rivers.MOONLIGHT < U. S. Weather Bureau '
Ideal Bread eventually, why not Ot Station, for the week onding *
PARTY now? -:> Thursday, August" 2, 1923. Is Now Open and Ready for Easiness

AT LAKE CONWAY <
I, Five and a half congenial couples Mr. and Mrs C. N. Phillips!" visited, 000 Date Max. Mln. Prcp. *
:Mrs. mother in Orlando Sun- < Friday; July 27, _._94 .75 .08 000
constituted a picnic party at Lake Phillips' Prompt Attention To Small Job A* Well At Large
< Saturday, July 2890 73 .18 *
Conway Tuesday'night''. After driv- day.
< Sunday, 'July 29,__ 88 7 1.72 <
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I ing mmee through.to Taft.the they downpour found from the moon Kis- Auto For 'Hire, Call C: C. Rum- > Monday, July 30, _'_92 '73 .52
light on the other side and enjoyed a men Phone 41. 26-tf < Tuesday, July :31,__.89 73 .36 <

and swim of the Orange 4 Wed'day, Aug. 1.'__.90 72 1.25 *
chicken picnic supper at :Miss: Murnice Holloway, I
I the lake. Those attending were Mis- General Hospital, spent .the i 0' Thursday, Aug. 2, __92 70 1.61 *

res Helen Bass, Kathleen Bearden, I week end with her sllterIra.! : John Co Readings are made at 6:00: p. *
4 m. for the preceding twenty-four 000 .. .
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Lucy Buckels, Estelle. Persons, Virginia Pugh, in Kissimmeo. 4 hours. '* -
Smith, and Messrs. Murray Over- I 4 ALLISON T. FRENCH 000 1923 felts at The Hat Shop. Mrs.J. Mrs. George Gardner met with a JOE TRACY PROVES
All summer hats half price at the D. Woodbeck. set'idus accident Monday night when
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street, Lee McLean, R. L. Rainey Co-operative Observer. WARDEN'S I IContinued
'Hat Shop. Mrs J. D. Woodbeck. she was descending the steps at the i
Bass 0404404/446 444444440
Walter J. E. Gilbert, and Kcr-
Miss Mary Bess Moore of Dunedin. (
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mit Brokaw Ii,, Mr. and'Mrs.. Robert Mttvine, of Lee home, and mistaking the second; I pane CIlIa
,1 is visiting Miss Alberta B jnson at man by the name of Letnox
Don't forget the Ideal Bakery.III j step for the last slipped and broke .pt
RECEPTWN FOR :rPlant City, have been visiting Mrs. her home in Kissimmee. cemetery road, not far from 1
the small bone in her ankle. She had
I I|! John Pugh at her home on Main mee, and him
S. B. Aultman robbing
MRS. WILLIS POWELL returned to Kinftim- Frank Lawson returned Wednesdayfrom just finished rehearsing for the Night of hit
I; street. -
mee Thursday from business to and some sixty dollars.
trip
Complimenting Mrs.tillis powell'l' a Green Springs.! Dolph Wal- Owl, of which musical program she
I of Eustis who wan her guest I shaves, 15c; haircuts, 35c; children, :Miami. ker and l D. G. McKay returned to Kis- I was in charge, and had dropped into Warden Blitch was right-: 'J

day Mrs U. J. Burrows entertainedAt : 25c at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf visit :Mrs. LeI Mrs. Howard Ander- Tracy decided to go back "htirnyecording
f I ; Mr. and :Mi.s.. 11. C. Piano und children simmee the last of the week, from the the
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a musicale tea at her home on I : Springs.The won is replacing Mrs. Gardner on the story he told a
returned to Kissimmee this week
:Mis. Starbird and son,
Roy )young sentative of The
Church street, Wednesday afternoon.Purple I ''program of the Night Owl tonightat Gazette whoto
R. L., Jr., the week end with from Daytona Beach.
spent him
Monday in the
j and lavender color scheme best investment you can makeis the Grayntone. Osceola i
was artistically arranged among quantities I :Mis. A.. C. Starbird, at WV-kiwa Tell your grocer you mot have I a New York Life Policy. Better jail. "I just got tired of it." Jo* ,'

of bamboo and crepe myrtle springs.Ask Ideal Bread. : than a savings account. See Sam Fred Lupfer Alfred Wilson Cay-! "and decided to go back. f mad t

throughout the lower floor, where the Lupfer. 14-tfc ton Yates and F. S. Ledbetter left my mind to go back with the .
information the New
rooms were opened en suite. A de- I for on Miss Dora Bell, of New Smyrna i U Kissimmee Tuesday afternoon for thecitizens' man I could get to take me In. 11
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup I Joe Sears and C. II. Summers returned T
in Kissimmee the of
lightful musical program was rendered visiting guest military trainingcamp at to Alligator Lake during the

as follows: Hawaiian Dance, by fer. 14-tfc Lucille and Jeanette Griffin.At to Kissimmefc Sunday from I Anniston, Alabama. John Sanderson and Mr. Richards brought ms i.."
I Camp :McClellan, at Anniston Alabama
Dei beta Alderman and Floanna Burrows :Mr. and Mis. Malcolm Waring, of < was to have made the trip with The story told by E. B. Rlt_,
the G lay stone to-night, be sure : where they have been attendingthe
; Vocal solo, Mrs. Stanley Bullock Lakeland, .spent several days in Kis- to see the "Fattest Baby" in charge of I R. O. T. C. them !hut was detained on account of proprietor of the Alligator Lake

with violin obbligato by Mrs. simmee last week as guests of :Mrs. its Pickaninny nurse "Topsy." results! of his innoculation. He left sort, corroborates Tracy's story lit

S. H. Bullock and piano a'compani-j Waring's mother, :Mrs. Dora Lee. - G. L. 'tlaHin! representing tho yesterday. Five boys from Saint sential details. Mr. Richards

I ment by Mrs. Burrows; Gerald Rivers is in Kissimmee Lakeland Marble and Granite Cloud complete the Osceola county The Gazette: early Monday ma

Miss Patsy Makinson, with flute obbligato The leading life insurance company ,upending i his vacation from the dental Works was in Kissimmee last. Friday ICl'Oup'who went to camp. his version of the affair. Iie
of the world New York Life. See !
I and piano accompaniment; vocal :,derailment of Vanderbilt Uuniversity. to erect a monument over the grave "About 1:30: this morning a maD

n J solo, Mrs. Sam Story; solo dance, Sam Lupfer agent. 14-tfc of the late N. B. Carson. J. M, Duncan returned to Kissim into my place and bought $1.65 '

DeRhrta Alderman; piano solo 1\11'1. Mrs. II., C. Stanford and daughter, I Don't miss the hosiery display at I II -- mee :Monday from a four weeks' vacation of stuff. He went down by the I

1, ; James M. Johnston; vocal solo, Mn. Miss' Margaret Stanford !spent the I the Graystone to-night. The Night Owl will be watching the at Jasper and 'White Springs. to eat it.' I concluded: that he

Joe Phipps; reading :Mrs. J. E. Lup- week end at Narcoossie, visiting Mr. liam and Miss Lillie Dale returned bathing beauties at the Giaystone tonight He reports| too much rain in that sec- Joe Tracy, go I got my gun aDd'
WILL YOU ? (> /tion also with the boll already': down and
b fer. and Mrs. Victor Hill. Jiam, and Misses Lillie Dale returnedto weevil interviewed him. na Irknwh'llged
During the afternoon punch and i I into the cotton and producers expecting he was Tracy, and I r
Kissimmee I
.I Tuesday from a month'svisit !Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Johnston, of '
mints were served by Caroline Griffin The best investment you can makeis but three fourths of a crop. Provision rested him and brought him IntoL
Beach.
to Daytona Shingle Creek are leaving tomorrowfor I'
and Alta Ruth Overstreet, and after I a New York Life Policy. Better I crops, he said, are not suffer simmee about 2:30: this mominf.
Btandon Manitoba, Canada for
the program ice cream and cake I than a savings account. See Sam Furnished Flat for rent. W. B.Ilarrie two three months' visit. n ing. !Mrs. Duncan is still at Jasper( I couldn't find a policeman so I be
or They
were served by Eunice Phillips, Julia | Lupfer. 14-tfc Gazette office. 14-tf will be their and Mr. Duncan will join her again him to Orlando and turned )Ua accompanied by nephew, I
F v, Steele Jack, Floanna Burrows and De. \I :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prentiss have.re- Miss Nellie Parrish left Kissimmee Leslie Last, who has recently come to shortly to remain until the fvrst, of er to the authorities there."

1 Rheta Alderman. Mrs. Howard turned from their southern trip and I Thursday for a vacation at I.akeland, Kissimmee from England. September. Sheriff Farmer and the Guess\
Katz and Mrs. Carson Farmer __ ____ representative asked ,
assi"t-I are at their new bungalow on, Main Winter Haven and Loughman with .J Tracy whf"1w
ed Mrs. Burrows in receiving the. street. I relatives and friends. Orange Blossom Lodge No. HO, F: c. F. Thrasher is in receipt of a I went to Orlando. Tracy .mlJe4-

y guests.. I ----- and A. M., expects to initiate one of letter from L. M. Williams who left aid, "We stopped here tint..We csn
I Those attending this delightful: affair I We! are not in business exactly for I There will be 'a fish for you in the Ithe I largest classes in several years in I Kissimmee after the death of his I here to try and find Bob Camp

4: were: Mesdames W. C. Cooper, our health BUT Ideal Bread will keep I j fish-pond at the Graystone to-night. the Fellow-craft degree next Monday I wife a short time ago from Conneaut, but couldn't. lie said they hatel

J. M. Wilson Sam Story, R. G. Min- you healthy. (Poor sucker.) night. This has been an unusually ac- I Ohio in which he says." I arrived here I tried to find Sheriff Farmer; 'The|

Sck Leo H. Wilson, Stanley Bullock, tive summer for the lodge and considerable I on Thursday, somewhat tired but'still is a hundred dollar reward out lei Q
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tillin of Port I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Peters and children '
.H. W. Boice James M. on pins. Weather cool this
Johnston W. ,
work is in prospect.Ask my rnorn- Tracy, and the sheriff smilingly i salt
J. Sears D. B. Shaver, C. N. Phillips, Tampa, and their sons, Ernest and pf Shawnee, Oklahoma, who ling is most, too cool. Crops look fine' You was afraid I wouldn't split &|

J. L. O.v ratreet, Howard Katz. J. W Edward who have been visiting in have been touring Florida,. stoppedover the Fortune Teller at the most of the way especially-in southern reward with wasn't Jor!

Weigle, M. D. Alexander S. H.. Bul. Kissimmee with Mrs John Pugh have in Kissimmee Monday, visiting Night-Owl to-night about your business , Ohio.. I am feeling much better. Then Tracy smiled you "I'm not you gett1r

l'' Jock; Carson Farmer Robert M. An- ,returned home Jane Pugh accompan- Mr, and Mrs. U. J. Burrows. love affairs,' or affinities.' iMy knees are slow to gain.but I walka any of it," he said. "Mr. Richw|
them to visit in
fed Port
p, ,;; gas Barnes Smith, W. B. Makinson, Tampa., New York Llte'Insurlnce Co.,' Sam "u'Dr.' and Mrs.'T.sM.IRivers.'Mr:' and I little more each day, so hope to'get can have it all." '

i.6w J. p.,Lupfer, Ellis! F. Davis, R. G. Florida' Sanitarium and\ Hospital. L.: Lupfer local representative/ 14tfr Mrs. R.'' S. Floyd and daughter, Mr. more strength in them. Nephew has The Orange county authorities all

, Jack, C. E. Hilton Paul Stanley, Orlando, Florida. Medical, Surgical, and Mrs. Julian Smith and Vivian la I Franklin car and we go for a ride ed Sheriff Farmer Monday morninl
y George Persons, J. Wade Tucker, Wil- Mrs. Clay Johnson returned Tues each day. Best wishes to all."
'f Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. Floyd, and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Cason!" and asked what to do with Tracr,"
la Steed S. W. Cason, Lee Rogers, and day from an extended visit to the
Equipment modern rest diet physi- made ,.Mr. Farmer went to Orlando
;
_ up a picnic party !Sunday at ,! ,
.
Misses Rhea Pherigo, Dot Makinaon.! ological therapeutics. Unexcelled in east coast, including Miami, Okeerhobee Wekiwa Springs. j A congenial party of Methodists 'brought him to Kissimmee and 1 loci

Patsy Makinson, and Mary Weigle. the Southeast. 24-tf City, Daytona, and Jacksonville -- |linotoied to Orlando Monday en.ningto him in the county jail. Early ft
i in each of which cities she remainedtwo attend the district. school
; Sunday
I Card tables can be reserved! at the} :' day morning Joe Tracy was taken I
erection Chicago of Masons a new Masonic are planning temple the on There are Florida Bats, Georgia Bats I weeks visiting with !Mrs. E. P. ,Wenner-Sawyer, Book Store for those, ''meeting.' A very enjoyable and profitable Sheriff' Farmer "on his trip
and other Bats, but the Brazilian Bats 1 :Mrs. J. M The
.f Dearborn street, near the Walton I Dann Captain Johnson attending the Night-Owl at the Gray-. meeting was reported. : "home."
,,1a('('. Washington D. C., to cost $4- will be at the Graystone to-night.I Mabbette, and !Mr. and Mrs. Kerns: tone this evening. |, ladi( s of Saint John's Sunday school | ---- - - -
000,000.' (1) Johnson. S'I served. ) a delicious sandwich JULY WAS WETTEST

----- ---- I Mrs. W. II.I Drescli;: ; !loft yesterday j j Those attending from Kissimmo lunch'j: MONTH OF THIS YEAI|

for Asheville, North Caiolina, for //Air and Mrs I I. H. Maroney; Mr.. and .--

,. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIflllllllllllllllllllll" , llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll; II J II llllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllj two or three weeks., after, which ...111'1| ]Mrs. Clarence Eby, Mr. and 'Mrs. A, Continued from Kissimmee Pace On.topinion resldtlll
I'4 among ;
= will go to 'irkinllat, Indianapolis. B. Clough Rev. W. C. Norton J. L
= !
as to which the wettis1
and Ohio ... are normally
points to visit relatives.! She i Overstreet, Mesdames W. L. J'aulk.
and driest months of the (nthil
I == = will then return to Asheville for additional : :Mary Lee Keen L.f.: Hratton, Patterson year
= == section. From thirty years' recoAJ
/ = = stay before returning to Kis- ( Wages, C K. Hilton, L. R. wettestidNovember I
= August is seen to be the
-- = simmee. ,Sinquefield and Misses!!! Daniels and
-
the driest Following *|
-- -
Irene .
-
Ingram.K
-- -= This i ill our last chance to tell you the normal rainfall for each mono,

about King Tut's.. Harem aCthe (;,'liY- ,\' .-BROTHE1tS OFFER for the Kissimmee station, in U* order '

HOW THICK IS DOLLAR == stone Hotel to-night. ( Naughty! ,\\ZING VALUES NEXT WEEK of greatest amounts, together '
= The Bank With Naughty!!). +. I -- with the precipitation for this Jear
i = ",40. M. Katz's Sons are advertising and departures from normal:
= the Rev. and Mis.: (". II. Summers arS their
i I annual mid-summer clearance! Departure |
::
rived in
44 Kissimmee yesterday en routeto sale for next week, beginning Tues- Month Normal 1923 JD

= Ability BILL- West Palm Beach from their va I day. The store will be closed all Rainfall Rainfall Normal |
cation. They Mr. and
= andWillingness are visiting I day Monday to prepare for the rush August 7.02
;
Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, and will re- |i'I the following five days of the sale, but June 6.90 11.89 plus 4.91

-=, turn home to-morrow with their son, from the advance bargains listed, a July 6.61 12.77 plus US
___ _ .__._ = C. II. Jr. |(
fc = = I II good idea can be had of the real vat September 5.90

}, -= to Serve = Mrs.. C. A. Carson, who has been I I I I ues for little money which they will October 4.35

her I| offer. Everything in ladies wear, May 3.83 11.29 plus T.MNbvenjber
visiting daughter Mrs. R. !M. An-
NOT very thick-is it? Yet by the gas for several weeks, left Monday I, men's wear, trunks, and dress goods February 3.36 .75 minus 1.61

I DEPOSITS INSURED thickness of the dollar bill they failed night for Savannah, where she will !'I are receiving the attention of discrimi January 2.81 1.47 minus IoU

be! joined by Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Chal- j i, inating buyers who know how to take December 2.44 .

= a to bank, thousands of people have just ker, and together they will go to the j i advantage of opportunities to save March 2.40 .95 minus 1AI

l. mountains of North Carolina for n | money April 2.24 .80 minus Loll\

";--J missed success. The dollar bill in at month's outing. I NEW DENTIST COMING 2.12
Total 49.98 ,
bank account here is thick enough to J. M. Duncan was appointed an I' '. '
Dr. W. W. Jones, of has
trustee in bankruptcy for Stanley'apharmacy Chicago, ST. JOHNS GUILD MEETS '
t = rented offices above the Wenner-Saw. STB?"
.
= support a man from disaster. at the meeting of the creel- MONDAY WITH MRS.
tz yer book store and expects to
= open
= Itora in Orlando. The
:, = = appointment his dental offices there within a few Saint John's Guild will meet .* &he',
= made by Judge Cbbb. Mr. 'IIest'
wag Dun
'home of Mrs. W. J. Steed on
= days. Dr. J \pes looked over the ,
= can he has had several '
say already
-_ -- state very carefu1l7'and decided that Monday afternoon, August 6, aM f
offers for the store and believes he
.
will be able to sell it in its entirety tobe Kissimmee jtunities. presented the best oppor clock.A full. attendance pf all]! members II



H tJI' : I Bank :of Osceola County: I remodelled The continued Shingle with as Creek a new drug church cement store. Is'block'beini'. CHAMBER OMM1SSION&-IN COMMERCE, LIST ,OF.MEMBERSIn meetinl desired .,'as. J'Mrs.'It"will t Robert, be"an'M.!:l Angus Important cret.arr\ !,


and,,,*. new foundation, under the dl- the list of members of the ,Ch am:: rtrir'r.- "C "i T---:
&SSP111&'V3irt>r i iTI, wmiyytF fKKwJ'vtl ectionof trustees, C. A. Garrett, A. her of Commerce published In' .lastweek's J922 'Year B k,ft the U. L

s > == trf XTO Uti" )s'; ? L ',HouitJ"9 AfMtd"' '1P. M. r i rviill 'II == .,:Dennis, and ,George C. Bronson. issue'of 'The Gazette, ''there Dept.Thai of Aeri ulfure", 'Waahingloa'A)(

gti 'f:,": r = ,9(4fl",1: u y 7d j"'tq..oj I u .J .Wm-J) ot ;crltO'! : .. = The tJi. Shingle' Creek church is one of were; jwo;" name; omitted.; Both these C., cpntalns,a wealth. of informationfarmert.Copies' : %
Y ;oldest, in the county. Su'ndhschQoI'lah membeteihne'belonged/totthe! i chan / ''can' be had1ont.



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