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: December 29, 1922
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01096
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.3,000 PEOPLE ATTENDGHRISTMAVE MASONS' 'INST' .iED- CHRISTMAS DINNERAT COWBOYS' PILAU' AND OLDSMAR OIL MAN TO '

THEIR NEW OFFICERSBloV. 'COME TO KISSIMMEE CHRISTMAS WEATHER


" SING .-Lodge.Maaon: .;And_ ,'Chapter Ma.< ''THE AUTO CAMP I B AND:AT GO UN fY FAIR NeW. Return* From Oldsmar Convinced . HERE AND ELSEWHERE

acne Hold .His.
SI 'P, '. Cereinonleir.Gave Jew- ,. Prophecy For Oil 'Locally ,
eta To Put Master and Priest u I B* Prored Just A _
I Santa Claus *.hands ,Ji .',: More Than Hundred Enjoy Three Pays Amusements Td 'i\\ f .( H_ -_..-. _j There Maximum
t /J, prange Blossom tM: ,'No. 80 F. .\ ) who has been follow Temperature In
More Than 800 Bags Of' and A. M., 'and Klssimrnee Chapter Wiener Roast'and Oyster Be'Enjoyed In Connec- ing' th rJelljJeld' at Oldsmar in North's Warmest Year

Candy Youngster No-- 10, R. A. M., on Wednesday held Supper,. With Tree 'tl With Exhibit oil Friday evening
joint installation ceremonies fur the from I the new well which was announced Equals Our Lowest

The 'Kecp to the right" signdisappeared. halt officer for the ensuing year.. Pant Christmas ;at the auto camp A /I I in last week's press. As pub ,
In its place stood\ Master F. C. Bryan acted as installing presented a joyfuluscious appear rip-roaring for' good time la being lished in The G feette four weeks ago, An Associated Press dispatch the
planned
glittering ChristmAs'* tree, its myriaa officer for the flee Lodge with ance. Starting out with wieners when the, Osceola everybody next month Mr. Neid has been very enthusiastic day after Christmas, from Chicago,
colored rights casting a dazzling\ reflection II.; Claude Harper officiating in the sauerkraut, and an oyfcter supper the al Exhibit holds forth County Agricultur. over the possibilities of Florida as reviews the Christmas temperatures
on the silver trimmings. Vo Installation of the Royal Ach 'officers. "tin 'can tourists" had a Christmas in Kissimmee.The an.oil producing state and .is confident In various parts of the country.which,
mornings and the
der the great oaks in the centei'W tree, vaudeville and musical program have nights will. that-.Kissimmee' environs will in one paper, was published under '
J. A. Holt, of and time. special affairs to gladden the produce the the caption "All Warm
Broadway in one direction (*'nw. p Arcadia on be- a general good thou andot..of visitors money-making fluid. Records For
pa\%'/,6 the lodge, Jimmie Lawrence from Saint as well as the As the Christmas Day Broken." To the
around the palm borderi-d lawn In tW presented Past home folks. soon as actual pumping of for.
other stood of little children": 3*wel to eight Pa"t Masters Louis, Illinois, who was an aviator at The afternoons will beprimarily oil was announced he made haste to tunate people who spent Christmas
lights from groups the wurei'eflectd leIY,.' ring a ""pleauant feature in Carlstrom Field during the war and Exhibit devoted to the Agricultural Oldsmar. He it now'even more convinced in Florida the various temperatures
The evergreen th. 'form of is back visiting Florida this proper while automobile paT of Kissimmee'a elsewhere
in their The briJt'hlJeu' an original poem on year was des future in oil prove interesting reading
there toad n eyes.living sparkle .not Masonry, written for the occasion. the general manager and money (fet ";: row-boy -eytnU roping contexts than before, for he--says-that every While New"Yor'kdispatchei are tell
the incandescent It Rev. J. A. Sutton presentel seven ter. lie extracted the collection from cow-pony races and other detail in .the Oldsmar propoaitioiiwhich ing of the coal shortage in the Bronx
put there by Past Priest , the various tourists sport* wilt occupy.two mornings. The he had and Manhattan and
High jewels to former and Mrs. B. 1 prophecied has 'b en in Brooklyn, with
\va' the look of expectancy out\frorn I High Priests of the Kis immee >Ionroe who bails from third morning will be devoted to a proved. He claims that
the 4'vJndows ef the soul.. < chap Michigan) chicken that the Oldsmar commodity selling at 70 cents
block stood traffic offi. ter. and two years ago. acted as chief grand pork and pilau. Street people did the things he had told per. hundred pounds and not more
'A away a 'The Kissimmee cook at the in dancing with music by the Kissimme them than
furnished officiated
) aside the Orchestra camp again were necessary and found oil 200pounds to any one person
"mechanically stream saving-of motrfrists. music during the ovemng with a that capacity. Mrs. O. B. Johnson Concert Band' planned for every exactly where he said they would..At the Floridian and winter tourist.4.
ever increasing special number, a saxophone solo by of Chicago, and Mrs. J. A. Carlton evening." Carnival concessions are the present time water is mixed with driving through sunny fruitladenrows
the
him and sidewalks limited
Behind In all, directions fringing Murray Oterstrect. accompanied by another Michigan visitor, with Mrs. Women's to fouf organization the the oil, which Mr. Neid says 'i* due of orange. trees, or, coatleas,
thounand were The parkednearly walla Margaret Brunson. After the installation Monroe constituted the purchasing Clubs, Band Boy Scouts, to the.fact that the oil layer Is below motoring .past fields of strawberry
a cars. and presentation committee. and and schools. the water level and the In blossoms.
ceremonies Eighty grown-ups water getting -
of the business nouses threw back to Tile 'A ricultural Exhibit wi'l 1 be
was served" the about children and visitors into the Four Texas cities
supper dining twenty casing through a broken -' were from two
the brick pavements freed fOr the hall.Those from KisHimmee partook of the feast.. held lour days, from Wednesday, washer at the bottom of the cas to four degrees warmer than waa
time from danger of passing vehkle receiving the Pat Master E. W. Waldo, a' Nebraskan, distinguished -, January 17, through tN* Allowing ing. He claims that as sotoi *. I. Kiasimmee, so was New Orleans,
the echoed of the patter of little feet. J jewels woo: H. N. Brattcn, .J. M. himself as head fireman'of Saturday. Thursday. ; Friday Jwxi washer is repaired the watrwi; j|(' P* while another city tit. Louisiana aqnd
The streets were' safe, for it vafi" the Willoon, Jr., Roma Thomas, J. M. the.cook tove. -- .J Saturday,,.the amusement program, Bhttf'oft and the oil secured*,T* niew one 'Texas tied it. All the rest.of
ev..of,Christmas,. it was thecbfldrq' liyte Hatitell 8. .- When the eats the crowd j willrun full blast. The committee, the
L/Jvupfer N V. Bryan. were over washer ,are being fitted in place, b( country was colder. Kissinmoe
& time. F. C. Bryan, and -Wr'J. Steed. The gathered arouftd the Chrlatmab-tree1 1 Appointed :by the Chamber of Commeres'ia J theop ''I'Uptured. V ,. was just emerging from its coldest
. -'< 6on the crowd grew larger, as the Pant High Priest jewels went to: Roma -. where as each number was cafledthJiperson ; work -up-: the amusement 'Mr.Nqd l,, differ with Mr. Hill,- I spell this year with a ,maximum
SOB*' time approached. The grown., Thomas, J. M. WUlson, Jr., 'A. J. responding to' his 'nuiDbcrj;*r0gram.' .In.connection with the fair president of the Oldsmar oil company Chicago's warmest spell I o' weather S
.
J'ttp*' med the parked cars and thaaats I Holt. M. D. Alexander. F. C. Bryanr stated Ms name and where h* wa ho*.rendered, iU'report and had it ac- ,.-in that -he .feel* certain that a temperature for Christmak day of 74.

before.the.band atand. Aroun4is I H.'.M. Kate and Claude Harper. I from, after, which'he received ,gUt,. 1t4d.4.Tht.eommittee is now appoihted gusher':'cannot be produced at this during the day, which tlM, di pa.tclt"J"II I
tfc-, shii>hir. 0> i tmaB tree the peat !: '"Offlceis installed for the Orange the genial- Rube Lamonta-'actinic.:" iaa'tcfcttwr.4>T managementuoiiira1tee.sjd '. well. \\Wr.f(. Hill believe, esyn Mr. was Chicago' hot $$ Christmas -

:.too4. 'Wq-baek'lri fovduaotlLiIt -'BMisomi'LodjrO': weetW.,M..Sam L. Pant Claua. The Musical Morans;"a. .. eeutJve'-tommlt. ?"etd.. that slightly deeper drilling was the same tMnffttattm ja* t;;
the street,they congregated. l.upr. Jr.; S. W., J." L. Overstreet; .:IewOrlan: "family.f vaudeville ar- teej to.-.wotk out the details and in- 'woul4\produce a flow of oil, but Mr the lowest in Kis lmmee. (' Helena,
A.d 'El..iN,. had gathered togeth J. W., George T. Sigler; treasurer, J. 'tists. presented '-most1-. enjoyable *UBB,*,mn ethly working program NeiitV-jitanding by his teat which Montana, and Winnemnceav;Nevada,
er. for its holiday community singing M. Hanuell; secretary. F, Byron number and a former singer of Billy consist cfrthe Managing committee have,already proven correct in every used Kissimmee'a coldest for"their
mew than three thousand souls. Ames; R. D., J. Nathan Bryan: J. D., Sunday'It appeared. Frank Pier*. together with the chairmen of the various detail, deaies this. hottest while Salt Lake City* rann--
Tbe lights came on in the band C. M. Sutton: S. S., A. S. Johrscn; former "tin canner" but now local. jtner'' committee A strong: W. E.' Boll**, secretary of.the com- est wS9 ten degrees lower Chan our
stand.The musicians took their 3. S.. Lo II. Wilson; Chaplain S. L. resident was called on for a coupleof list .f committees has been an- pany';at Oldsmar. ia interested In colda|. Boston failed br tent. d*.
'- plaea*. The director of the carehi Lupfer; Tyler, T. N. Clark. readings, and Rube Lamonte pall nunced and it is the earnest hope of I Neid' claim for Kissimroee; arid grees :to reach our coldest fpr'it*
picked up her baton and the strains Th* new officer for the Kisnimmee ed some more of his stuff particularly the:management that every man and pressed with the, authenticity of % r'l highest while Eaatport, Matereg-
of "0 Come. Ail Ye Faithful" were Chapter R. A. M. installed, are: H. urging the "old maids and wid- I wJtatan on the committees will find 1 KiMimmeen. man's testa from the istered it* hottest fourteen degree

wafted by the gentle Florida breeteaoy P., W. J. Steed; KInK J. Nathan Brvaa du," to come again next year.: time tft erce and put his best efforts I suits at'OWxmar.) He will according coWer than oar coldest. Other cities
r, the head of the muhitudft. | S rie, -Sam Bramm r. C. of H, The majority of the people in eatnp .towatd-m.1rln1' hiatory on these days I to :i'li< ahortly manifest thi* interest which when warmed -up to .their
Other caroU were sung.and the spirit P. Bvroa Ames; P. S.. Qttp Bleach; over ChirMmaa were tromP Michigan, ,for WJisimmee'and Osceola County. I .'by,'cominsr to Kisaimmee a* hifchest. atlll remained lower than
of jtet-to-iccther 1f"'W. treasurer. II. N. Bratton: secretkrv. with 'Ohia and Indiana next in point Th*'* tommittes' announced are: I noon development* there will whim KisBlmmee's coldest, were Sheridan
the'muaie. ceaaed. ani the -oc n* (George T. S rl"r: R. A. .C K. M.i of numbers. .. I Mananinj! Roy Well*. Chairman; I to leave, to look into the possibilities Wyoming; Toledo, Ohio; and .WW la-
wa. vnantrcd., The eager young t.'. Morton; \I:v.. .1. L. Aldrich; M2V., Some of those present from Mien- Stanley 'Bullock. W. J, Steed. in Oeceola county. ton. North Dakota. Southern 'Call.
/who had patiently waited for tba1" J. H. Lord::>UV.. J. A. Sutton: Chap. igan. ware Mr. and J.Ira. Erreat Advertising: Bob Grant chairman; ._' .1, fornia's, warmest, at San Diego F**.
trtmr-to comer crowded into the wji4 4. lain.' Sam L. L ptpr. Jr.; Sentinel, T. Green Mr. and-Mrs. G. I. Moord6OJ Lawrence Tresi. C. C.. JoHan Robert DOSCOt.'T DISTRICT COUNCIL I.twelve degrees colder than DUn with
inr.lin"which filled past the Chriat-'I N. Clark. LaMer and. Ferris, Mr. -and Kotiler. Los Angeles, two degrees colder still
maa tree. Santa Claaa awaited tlMm. - . -- Mrs. John Jones Miss Florence Concessions: J. M. Johnston, chair ELECTS OSCEOLA MEMBERSThe whi)0J') Van Francisco's wannest wasonlgur

and. aa each pair of outstretchadhanda FRED GILBFJRT GKTS- SPAULOJNG Jon_.. Fjwnfc, Jones Oakley Jones, man: 3; D: Woodbeck, Mrs. S. B. degrees. higher than our.
ame a brest of Mnv ... ,SPORTING, COOPS, AGENCY and An.InIr",Coveyou. Mr.. and MT. Aaltman; Miss Almena Lettner, A. District Council of fll| Boy dest. '
placed within them a pretty bag>sfcandy. .r John StebunetJ and daughter Mia T. French. ScouU of America met last WPMtt- __ .mas all over the ''country
.and'a M* r d.apple which h4 cf # an the heel of the formationJUMlWJiimmee Lila SteinmrtT, Mr. and :Mrs Alton Pilau i-: Pat Johntton. Chairman; :the San Juan hotel in Orland./anT wa>, however. warmer than'Ui* we kbafor

been provided by..p ula..lrUbaoe-t Athletic AsioctatTon. Hoot anfl two daughter, Mr. an* Earl lMtr. H. N. Bratton, Mrs. elected district officers, discussed *. While the northwest .had J
tion a prepared by lbel.dle..ol t Ber-Wopeniilg W,th 'Kieaimmee,. MraJ.. -A c'VrJton! ,-.. Daughter, howardgat*. plans for the enbuing year and adopt- gene .t* six below. **ro aM('Montahar, -
Women's-Club.. Nine hundred Oolt Club, and.tlletparatlon.f.r a Mu.'Sara-'Xarlton'Mr. and Mr. "".'-. C -.'Mt*. E. D. KatiV ch.ir.'S 4.4:War V apportioned t o the- -ar- and"North'-Dalcola.|rm ja.to'BO._, -4
el e$6dy..,.nd nin o-hundft04. bPpI I -, $emlti$ oure by the I(.. Horse W" iIe1UrJ: ,W 'T.JtoI"" ioua county of., th j. dUtrfct. Thi gNeibelotJbod." .I.dIeC-6a.* 0
wr W-raJfr>**C firid"f w,,wTh ee. abe. Clitb_.ccmls;theA2modnemrtof 1\ n..J. iL NIoIiI'; Mr: .,district.;incHide BreVbroV Labe-Or' zero wark"on't3iri t (MUr'Th. *ldst
erderj?-UnS-'Wke' as it '*n7opnIntof s '.po.-t1nl"io Ja.ant Johnson Mr..and Mrs/ Sorts'Vernon Porte, chairman? ange. ffieeoa.,.'xninoIe, and Vol'J3I. were Sheridan, Wyoming with- 20. \ .

the CafJstmai-tyW.Wdhit*- "Wte i js1mme ,to.I2bdIethe IbM J. W..1101'l w. and)rsk Cld.Soule. Henty &.-.. WV Cason Malcolm counties . above: alnfpatiK: : U S2LS.ltLste'v, ...;
-TranCh ao'ftreani (nt red IflW I the/A." C.. $ isldg. and' Brotheret. ' Mr-nd.Mw. IL'Boyd. Mtt *nd Oveftrtreet Nel* .Mailns.n. Don A. Cheney' 'of Orlando was City. Wlli| V9Bj, X T1* .D W' aftf . i.
the crwditrict coun. Hdron, South Dakota; wit*. tlJ:, Solt '
air'and. ;w1o had :*ngii .. Until .reesiitl ;Sp4dinIflt\ hec1' Cross>Mr..n4l.Mrs.B. ata roei*A er.d tb"; ,"'.k IUII'hafttty"a" iIC bar* maatala.4 .dilt.riJuhn&SLen .- G. J.'Hurle.' Prather W. L. J lt. elected were; Carson Fanner. F. A. such' :'separated'elts' a*'Reb- ., '
and:ehJ'Wftt\Christmas?tf** -1tJMW .tI .ckCO'O'VUle --ftonrwIIoi* Ohio i'Inottho tuttyttJu.r: Finance: E. D. Rt*, jtfnairman; F. Nave J. Wade.Tucket: Rev. Wrn.Landiss : mend Virginia; DtnveV... 'Colons**;
p \lheft'> Jf.tt.JIed it.beea in-ftbi.' Dle1't'bantltdeUc''l'labUe'a. .. SIport.:',,: 'DUDJ\.m-1i..I A Nave J. M. MUtI n.' ,of Saint Cloud*.who was aWet Eaatport Malae; and 'Wiin. mrteca,.
and good,-an er4's. -.Th awzpofl ousb'U.. elected deputy ucout-master. aad:Allison Kevada nt to 80.: "
'Th !lw 1CjtU? MUtudt berati '' Mr..D4C.: .::1-Bonn1pgten. Information and J- ,. w' down. .. : /
Nb..z4ppmd3iaI3faJ.d;tDnd..h7UI Wuhlsi '-tzwn DIf" and our iitldrei Nr.'ainl. M.r"M.IdI''amIMN .. Itarrowiv ehairmanj S. a. Oiaptoan, T.- French''; 'vIce.presidedv- for. ; :I ..
:. wpirit D ra lon M i.* toeetahlithagemi&s jJ1e' omen J.ThIflday J. 8. Cadet 1rs. J. M. !>0<|<*n. Oaceol county, 1teT.'W.:.C. N&nthi4w.psstsr.
t -hIds warrant, .tt* Ulce,. D4 the. and.Bo3>a1v .v-Mr > -Mw.. it. O. .A fleeting el the 4iCtttl.. tftmmit-; Oscar E.,:.Bsytsr'd, scout executive of the Methodist church ardvcf traw ';
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..i" Fred.8. t. has .*'*** who. I '
flijberr r<> $ $ El48ick"M ... .i-.JII'II; fd.-u: nafui tee.'con bitin< of tMIUi1tg corn- ba.hel.looJdnC' after the aliaslromeetroop Aread1awith 111 I. faMily:ye9trfa/,'

"PI I WPQIt.M '. lUaallnme..enc7t -fclr.- UVha Mr.'andAlre.Mrettr.mndMee.SrA... E.",CIaI1c-.1d'I' aa mittee and the ch4jrtiia,.,.the tan, during:the'UInesa.and and moved into the pronajt Ho>'
-' .. oJl'-GonaHjUJ .. .,iehl4ran.; :*1d ta 4t 9*. out committees nanwd/" abdt*,- has recuperative day '. of' Scoot' Neater" will officiate at th* morning,and.. veainc -
d.'U -god? ad ilbaMWfIe JaUoy''MJznd Mrs.C..' T 4d. -been called fer to i ht at till,Cl ham. Leo H.:Wilson, reported- very '.nic* .services'ncxiSUaday., '
"oft' ;eo.:2I. ":t.\\ .4.rlIson. .p. .-' -Indiaea.gse.t&; bteludHr': .Mr.--andKee her of Commerce a".eigtt A'oloek. and thing of the KliBimmee1 trop.. He - :
Wh>h -proeet".for; ,cojjtlnned full be wag very complimentary about .the Mr. aod Mr, Edgaf Short, and
don MrsCWZeelin-and san 'ILlC' it. h.hoped a : attendant.may
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Iaag.fIprTe municipal? .
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1 1w. .rtlvin-a1onWratblftlc'lin.;| In t3i .. ha4. \ work' the, boys had doo*. and wa corpeeially little on of Tampa, were goeat
Mra. J.M : :1"JePCe. '
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eflmStt Hng..aand '
.waai adopt4 et a.spcei '
high Bchl.; end ,vari us other 1 rga- appreciative of the Inasmuch MrsShoif'q .
I work Mr. Mrs.
tit7 *. and.-Mi .-art Cain. Mr.and Mn. --1- ; I of parent, and
P' niiatlonr'the'need of-mlch-a fncyhaathtts .F. 'lOJtD.\N TO HA\"E OCITh'11A aa they were a eomp"ratavelynew.tto R. S. Roberts; C1hiatM returning -
..teII. .. FMte. t1.wp C. E. Oretio *r..Mr.-ad Mrs. c. .
bTeft'ntlcJiate4'and. ,
et.
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1 LOCAL HAH 'BOOSTSFICRIDA TIME FOR ONE! MORE :; .Richardson ti.-V.. Illifreis'was; and JcKinney.represented"I.oia'Fisher: Mr.by.nd' Mr.' Mrs and>, steadily. Manager'theater improve, C.who J ha the?da been$,attraction ol atrtvihg the Caain aa to- CANTATA ENJOYED GEl GOOD "BAG""' OF I


IN CANADA 'DEMONTRATIONHERQf. : Mrs.: GeoFetr.Preeman', M.** .MM. well a. tbe looks' of his house, announce '
Thomas Carter, -Jimwie C. 1AIwten CHRISTMAS NIGHT

..... . I' t Bd' Thomaa IhxMer. Mr.tuMi. Mrs. 0, *' a today four fie that btfnnlne.rthtr.nextMoBddy Will ;DEER ANDJUKEYSHunting .
B. .1atm801anll.fltt: )e'daughter jMarha. -

I ; .Nova tbua : Spirit Which pqt Over. ..and Samuel' Felker. \ furnish-tWednesda-y mwe'.at:1.h..tJIe, *nd,.Friia? on'night Non- Chorus 'Of Fifty Voice*' In : Party Brings
home. ef Mr. and
Nebraska i the
: FloHda Citrm Strawberry 1 Cimpign: MraT tCaldo. while* Mr. and Mr. R< L adera A s'ec1al'.-wil.'Bhowin be-th* .attraction I:'th* .for aeqoer.New 'Band Stand Sets New Home Four Deer AndThreTlkeys.
'
zspcoaint: CooperaiioiirNeeded CUlmmrhamv hail from Tenn-sso 'K. Year's day and..-Tuesday, .with :Guy : Mark lt7 Kissimmee .
.- -Jr. ,. - _. .. . M. Moran .and T. R. Bos ley WeN :: .
.1t.utt a.1:'receipt'; .4et- 'Th present 'from West Virginia, whllo$ Batos Post inthe4tell.sy rote, and a '; :,1-1,.,"'Ir" --- : -
a Orwwrsbav ; mark ferJ .
: ; t.a; '. good omed,. '
.V aii be' community sing and i Four deer and three wild turkeys,
.1 fJ W'Wlntetto". wh* ww-a rin Mr. and "Jan. Frank Kostlan wereth
p1s4.-iMLmm.e, but who atrbeen > f-cf.Ps: Tkjtbtrtt> undertaken r fnwn'Iowa, Mr. and,Mrs. T. P. Mr. Jordan. encouraged MicMleht Rf tile re Chritnt4e'ee. en Saturday night, hunt up *t the rear of tie Lupf**
accorded tM play."Th .
la-Canada'for'. soro time in which be f.to put apottwr' 'step fcT the ladder of and Mft.Kd Mrs. J. .. Buliard andchil& eeption* BAt" which II' one Of the bet and the""concert *y the KlaaimzeeeCertand A Psther garage tWit morning attracted

...that on account of,his booiagT *|- .dccwhich'. !. to put Oaceftla. cuniy 'eavi from Kentucky while the shows on the road, contemplate added on the sunny Sunday ..a .number of sightseers. ant.
Florida to the wholWr 'Uutt Mwrfcl orange fa with Ha possiMUtfeir. The '
attractions of a hjgh class nature i recalled the fact that
afterntMxv',vme the. final -night of incidentally
who .
tourist but rtwive
there Canadian trial* of thia ramp ,
"' fruit have been made HeTenoUaed !trawberry project I? ,n\actoal op r- j in "Kisrahiinte* who attended, were in the near future. Ntext Friday. the''three-. d ; Christmas celebration. there are Jw better hunting ground
a copy of the Sydney Recwrd atioti, 'and while the.eutptiinot.yet )b. and'Mm. Frank Pierce LawrenceMettoflaM. night h_ wilt pr..eat Conurn'. Minrtrels. I. And' ft wa worth waiting for. in Florid- than can be. found ia Os-
that at.
Immediately -folowhtk
.t *month ag,.In which.two refrtnee -. ia . '.-full production, there and Mr. andMrs.. King The chorda which had practiced eeoia'.
traction Jordan win leave' for county.
'> -are mad to Florida dtn has been demonstrated tb e. fact that and .family. Mr. I l faithfully -under the able teadmhrp
.ThIIt. In one place thl! "yt) buyercill.he'j>n.band when%h*products Atlanta to meet" the booking agent Of, Mil ftfyrtllla'' Beals' tef the high I. Both. Wflder and Betu were *n'
This I. .tb.' first season p 'pcr for Unjr are .vail ble. ..Th*,.strawberry FORMER KISSIMME' HEADS "Lightnin', whieh 1 he- expect* to lie GOt -music department aaag K M. hand with) their Cameras. and' tok

ipflenta 'of' ,.'lot4&.-. orent.. -" market took a drop Plant City and THE NEW MOORE HAVEN' BANK have for Kiaaimmee'a theater gears in St lt*': ,'canit .' "He.ra1c1- ''.," :'picture* of the game along with.the
faw w.eu. With two-aUch plays .
a
Kterinnee -both tbianek' freer while
following the bandstand, : front aw1fldvDayson's
1htItrtu.pne.. ,,:r' .. Cttr ..;al.ttI.I): ors: tot n: C ligh.{ who was for lone M "The Bat" and "Li btnIJ'l' at the hotel thoebbli"t Miccesoful hunter. Oae party Included

.ACalif*mia between variety thtaorang:and, a.4f* -aJW the the.tower..ex't9.tJa a 60&1.ate.not.. tune 'nb1ct.d Wi1 tb old Stat c.&lae in thin winter bill, not totuUo.n : '/** \WWed by Mrs. Stanley : Henry Llghtay. Rodney Snyder -

'outatandinicfeature*'Of the .FtoridaiPUft downhearted.. Each -iMppjag day henk -In .-Aithe'barecOtlr'or* ethers the management isieUig1indard Sulloclc-and Mr. Arthur Cooperpro. and C. A. William, while the

U wonderful juieynesa'. brings a> greater quantity and br..the ranieed th.f Bank: of"Moore uaven. whkhviriU be ap.predatad"Wy I ducinrppaat) pleasing and greatly.. ..ot.het'tJ' "1..1. H. 'Pratber, L. B.
the
has Kissimtne
banVi the
The new purchased people '
tfm the
market aN .reachadJudg' enjoyed ejfecCL
'In another article the paper sayst I ; building at the defunct Pint State who Uto-good'draniMK producUons. -"wer. and Archi McLean.PROGRAM .
"A carload of Florida wa inc by strawberry. .1perien :ei3 -. Mnsic1 lover* arehighly enthused .
unloaded for F. A. DeYoung'a grange frutTtor : whereduring past year, Qaceola Bank;': .f Moore Haven and the.} ew :RtJ'SSELI EDWARDS 'COPSFIRSTMUN :over thin feroducti n, In the ope* air, .
county**' strawberry ch will : bank is capitalized at '25,00 with and cbs de it.I.ia ed all
Tuesday. This I. first shiptnent -- pa **. IK affiliated\' f'JU expre8 : .
: '-local 'capital It will be with ! :
of Iarre else that *ver cam in full production.'And .big .money side that the cantata be repeated
MfiMCt from Florid* t< 'Sydney. Inpat wiUrflIa. . f ::1 th.'BaBkera Financing Corporation. I The recent drawing 'contest conducted 'in *&ta."nll-\'oIcttlr orrth. night air 1 .
yean Ftorida. > have not Th'new1 slogan adopted by th) 'After leaving Kiesimmee Mr. Slign jointly by the MicheUn Tire were*Vefy enTertrv*, and -the strain* 1 \
oranges *
.'en pig sellers Sydney.: Th..r-v Growers:. is '200 acre .f. cukes. 100 went to Atlanta-in the auditor's COr.poretloit. office Company and th. W. Makianon of the chorus were easily heard from S Ma,. Draabr 31. 4 p. *.
,ranges, however, being of rxcellent each of tomatoes. and bean next o7 the Bankers Financing Hardware Company wad concluded surrounding building, and far down
luscious quality are exactly what-i- aprinarAad..."next ..Ipri"cmetns .. later becoming bank exam- Friday in the presentation of prize the street' The full sweetnesS qf the Broadway BandStand.
needed in the line of Christmas fruit: that In. a eoupUt of weak .planting inerer for that concern. Subsequently to the winners :. melody, BO muaical critic are saying. I f
must begin. In .taetcucumbebave he served a* cashier of the company' could better be obtained in doors. .
They compare moat favorably) with. ; : Russell Edward of the ninth I KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND
already been' planted,.. and -will bank at Toccoa, where he has howeyer and it la understood that a
any variety -coming from California,' con- Moore grad, received th* first prize of $5, I 1
tt U doubtful If .anyone after trying tin el..for'' the next.month. About two remained until. the present given by the tire company.while the repetition the cantata is being It( J. D. WOODDECKl.CoyJoctor. ,
these will want to shift back to the week wiU see the I lrtW ...o!.toma- Haven. activity.Mr. in Kiasimmee attending second prize of a like amount, given planned'''for the near future. 4. -

Calif ornia...nesX Unfortunately;these tQ.-and bean plantings; Thtf agricultural to Sllgh business was and visiting old by the hardware store, was equally Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dillon have.arrived . Part I. '

Florida .qvlokentng must b*;>;*pt of March
orangea ar only on the mare up friends Tuesday. divided between Donald Walker, frcm Lowell Ohio to spend the -"AmicltiaWeigand
ket untq.aboxft. Cbrutmaa." amtthe Growers .'. hoping-M many the seventh grade,'and :-Athali. *.Griffin wiater and have taken apartments at Overturn'.J'Panoroma"' w. Barnhouae
bindn* men wUl.dccid* UK *' into ninth. Baritone Solo "Autumn CoJors._
NEW HEIR TO TOBACCO ot.th. { 220 Mr. -
01' Mr.-and
0ie.n.v-Ro received auesdrdvIug -tel f.T&lll- the ttueklnlr'I this'spring; tin Beaumont avetioa. --
as: FORTUNES The prize 'wefce :oftirfi' jforHhebest _: nboiso
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him'of the-birth of the present berry _dOn. Wholesalea drawings of?thtf eotaicaj- fixate Dillon have spent several> season hfCissimraee .BertAinsworti; .
,1 .*t. Detroit '.MIc When d ard.r* ,are.now.' being made-up. Mr.. and Mrs. UIdngt andJiave rmaay- friends < t
Georg' n known a*.tb*' Mlcfcelhn, ,"Thre man: and whoa::always glad- to welcome .Two Popular Songs-,-_-Selected
Isese.hasbe.n; Thin hould be .chances taken'-of .
:: visItag.her parfehttver- Hill are being congratulatedupon the the contest- was; 'opwita ,*ILjhe Mr. Arthur Cooper .
thenz. .I. .
:eltu fieve4znoatbi, ('.-..:. pot-being able' to.get.th* iced when birth of a son in then 'home,'670. Park fhoola. 'The' w*tde' ere, tI'1 . -.
.:- (Interval -
peeded, :Mazy'6rd ra' hav A been avenue New York -cityon Sunday, the 41aionJof. judge; tbt MrGeorre )
; ota bl'Ik ri.lcoJDpaft.A : W Persona, with tierdaughterleft .
placed.-by,the/far: sighted grower December 17 1922. The child will be *" . -, . ./> .Si&nslaylor Savannah Part II. : < oflr
cp APJlaton.7 l ror'wm' tirt*..>Tlire. < -not-a -yreat christened' L Percival Smith-Hill the : tovisither'mother. : Selection-Roblnhood W jgand

s4 Saint-Mi's.AJmanLltner.P motored to deal-'f.\lniell)left.' '.AU grower*. who 2nd; -after grandfather, Pereival Harry.D.' Eptlnr.'at'lG' ''n.r rl4.Techi lette.'. Mr. .ronas.wHl; @rp.3.-R join them 7 rot tu4oupl t From,R.,da.Koven's Comic Opera1

.: ..thm ttrsburg tfaig j Wadneaday ,to. attend have. not ddne:1I ahould get,in touch S. gIupree1deM-of tile American Tobacca U'In XUauhme f rth, *.fcoUday/. ** ol-welcr'r.r'a'edfcd .ne.- ,r'rbe. Q1adc.Ma;;._UUU4""SotPaI.
OXhe.MoxLdaEd' -' Irith ,thrGit we V* cret rylaimed- Company, of which th*' boy's Wrtr IIorar flnchenthey both ix.poet tlon.vbcforr h*' ataurttackttngrth< I.' FM"t1Je-Swt. ; : -Dweller*..of ,' -
ocation:Association; ltOIA. 8e'$l*. late1,.to- .' for.the-euke -
arran&
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.- father George W. W14.11a.\'kttopn.L .
to. turn StiaId.y"t&bebtlnuethelgtu1iei. problems Jiu reeset.ol.eties- 'nit Western World
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FRIDAY.-DECEMBER.2l. 1022 -
CAZETTE.
KIS8IMMEB VALLEY ., --- -
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DEDICATION OF MONUMENT FAIR .CONVINCING\ EVIDENCE $ BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY: LSHOP'4p .

BIRTHPLACE OF FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL ABILITY_ :. -'Mrs. W..S.;.Crahajqi: j+

t RECALLS INTERESTING DATA., A practically undeveloped'Mil, qommunity agricultural ; : '..rreet Satisfaction:: ; ,'QunrantcPd,, 41IAI11 ,. More Winter; j $? .

section, Nine J >VOKK .A BI'KUiALTY ; 4
Port St. Jo, Fla.! DeC 27Whelltlzen8 : "! [in the central part of Johnson county : :
of Florida dedicate a monument Wyoming, has 'convinced itself and -> Phone 235 105 Park Ave From the Whole Flock

on January 11 marking the its neighbors that. profitable crop OOH++
,place where the first Mate constitutional can be grown there through a community oo oot OO .

t convention was held, cne of the fair held in., September, according 't1o'

.a most unusual! instances in moderhistory I to reports to'' the United
will be recalled. of agriculture. t ti ON
'States department B. DICKERS XX7E know some folk who
With the exception of the dead cit- There are more than 4,100 square it regular ;.ctol".
lea.of the Montczumas of Mexico and miles in Johnson county; it has. two ;o+aar CONTUACTOlFAND/ BUILDER look upon at a
thereis of 1,800, I ov event for their hens to top laying
of the Incas of South America, (owns, one with a population Cs' -
I. no record in American history of a the other of about :WO. Its agriculture Brick-l yjng, Lathing; ; ,. Plastering\ ,. during the winter. Just when eggs areworth M
city that sprang into prominence i in has been .confined largely to the 4 'G1N AT ONCE'PL Painting the most, their flocks aren't producing -

commerce and industry and then din production of live stock under open No. 121 Brack Street Kissimmoe the feed bill.
to
the earth; I : enough pay G
exten ,
conditions, an industry
I leaving erhnotrecord of its existence range the 'T h1 your application,
i little sive enough! in the past to place : I I'I'lit
Hut such wan the case of the county among the richest! in .t hl1 \om't and It yourself (hfo. 'I.. F. RR1BBS \v. J. STEED GET MORE EGGS ;'

I city of .St. Joseph which stool: on the I, state. Within t the last live( years KRIBBS & STEED

shores of St. Joseph's Bay nearly :1 however, because of severe droughts; the t career that "m j NOWYou !-.2"
of the Aftoraryft ,1on.or. at Law
century ago.This and the- fencing of much gr.i/-
1
time was tin- I interest make folks Kl...lmmrr' Klarlda \
and
town at one by homesteaders" you your
most important in the !state'! and i it ing areas aroused inI more diveiofied J' I I General pr.."". tm nil Stale a.< can get eggs right through the
I selected the capital ) has been trod II)II) of your friends U.It. ..d *<.!*. .'..ar... You must givea y
come near bring as farming system. An ngricultural |I '--'- I winter if you feed right.
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of Florida. It was the terminus extension went "'*" ,1..n.1 l ''i th lu'oud l of you. Wt! willthoroughly 1' OA11RBTT hen all the elements that make eggs. tt
of the second nteam. railway line constructed through his efforts IT JOHNSTON1.
1921 and
in Chow and Chicken
unty 1 Use Purina Hen
in the United States, and because macho in. particularly train
I a number of : you. JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW
of its prominence it was selected in Nine :Mile community where(' | Chowder on the positive guarantee of

as the city for the !first constitutional conditions seem well adapted. 1 to dry i I

i convtntion in 1838.: The convention farming, have undertaken to follow i START HEREU Offices : 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Hank Back L
met December 3, 1838, andrew methods advocated in cultivation! of i iforage BEGIN NOW Building/: I More Egg or Money -

up the documentunder which) I and grain crops. A numbir ] Ask for the Checkerboard Bag ..
Florida entered the United States, KI""I\DI1-" K, "I.lIJUP.\ I 1 -
planted.
III."I'e 7
f hence St. Joseph is TonRiderel j the of To gardens provide a place for the fxhili"s" I I

birthplace of Florida. The document' at the fair nnd orating t ncruinnnida- i II'I .. .
was .signed/ 1 by the delegates to ( committee Ofni-p, No r-S n.'s-
th"1 tints for Visitors! I the provided T ]lephoncs ; I
I convention en January 11, ]HI:)!), / I shelter nude >if I .Id'-iu-e, >;'o, 3I.3.
it is the corresponding day that bathe : ,,, a ten'p'rnry Poleare 1 1'I
canvas tarpaulins and lug IlournK :30 tu 12.00; 100 10 &.00 PURINA
I been selected for dedication of ,,, \'et'c'nr('" in this station. of the } 'I i PURINA t' ,

the nonumint which the state enl( '.'wit -v: but "-iich fitimer IIlIil'1I1", --'i; I DR. B. L. WILKERSON CHICKEN
ed at cost of $10,0IU( ) Iot'rnol"Cary ; )h y
a I
of matei'ul, iiecc''ar> > NLII Iloll
his share '
I .A. )Hardt-e: is 1o make the deli- all the can\a-: pub.. and I]. I I 111.1. I [CHOWDER
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buniring.
I''l- .. -t
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('utiolllddl( i hi- E-\STElf of.Hi.Oir Tliff- It, M.1II 'i, f"I" txarirlt.t ,
could spanfrom
that lie I.I I.IKS::; IN: FLORIDA! )
planks
;
The town. of St. ./I.'ph:1.:! t'oun I Ieil I- j I II _
When the community, feuop.- 1- ____ __ .____ _
1 ahout I 182:! \\ hc( nth, St. Joph place. 7, thereMre neiiil\ I 1II".c- F..I,01l1).jllJ.oUb..L.J1.l ) .. ... lk'
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lit.1| Septeiiil'er' ) ---- ----- ---- -
& lola Kinlroail VMS u 111<'1'1)lIIII.d.Thih"IO ) : i .
1 std 1 ,bit prodami -a
..1 )a-that: ..wlI "ltIJ.L.i.ll.l! ii of front i ITUI : the tlL.IllJ.-Y.L' --
-- wit ui' ,
"i , jpiilV'iTuTi e\hllolt-t Kimiof liln't, lb duruiirh r A utol.ircrisc1|
A likVinnco Canal) ne-1 ty-' 'i.aii\'" \ t !
the St. Joseph : :
I of communication. and domistic arts C'C :Hi I iliutionntuslc.il -. A I ,. i.ulv *| iing! is -\ideic? that an ,
had proved futile as a means I
The :11'1"\\ .Jik II njht-of- |,irogiiiinas iri\cn. famesna : inii'i| lant nxlustry/ i" o\ i'l lo.ikeil) and IiHuii.ifax Kdurnor other ac-

cf this old tailroad: still i>iri rc' "< I ) \ < il. a basket\ lunch M wed, and I that is i jzrowmg tlii-ni for the noitli11 luiintantoil...
way font of Culhouii county, )r',elks! made on -irv, fat minI! :More n "market. I'oi many earl tin- H"!{ <".in t t i-i I, :State; Hunk lijiKI'ng;
the pine
and for miles the) :National; I H.! -e- than li'O peojikattindotl thefair.. lilie.of Hermu.la have: taken; pretedence "

line Highway many) follows its rouse The til any Howt-is. for c>>mnieri" i JESSIE. JTjCLElNr.1AN! _: .
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locomotives of this r"ilroud1 n' fitted \\KKKM criKl'S UE1'1E11'The | ciol putpuces. \\ith the exceptionposibl : I FLORIDA FEED STORES'
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with' upright cylinders, and the I \scckl h citrus review i by h. 1.. \ of t lie-orcliid, : 1 tin h is. found in,) J Jat DR. R.-J. DENNING I

rails of the truck airs; lad on \voudstringers. i issued from the office. of its highit, pon.t of perfettic.i
The;. nty cmmnission, of fI.J" us St-uth Ainerii-K< although many/ )>rttity )DENTIST);
:
Fruit Growers,
adopted in) ordinance in the American 1 suys varieties,i of oi-cbitN. can be found
St. Joseph, Over the
(Oranfi") "--As was to be expectedhe Postoffioe.JKKICE 306 Broadway
locoin ti\es ioinini crowing wild') in Soul h Flonda. But
]1840 prohibiting t
of ship-
record breaking?; volume HltritS. 9 to 12 UO. 1.1U to'/
west of "Cla'rrstr't" for fear of from Florida coupled with the for the past J't\\ > am the CnI( 1 i iStale Residence Phone 174-
cauhing fire The dock of the railroad ] nit ils i\el k fully depal tnielit of Ufciiculture:t bus j
extended more than loOt feel aiiivals of California n< bt (in "going, nit i the 'ii'I'' huiw0'1 -Office Phone ISfe
demand' and asre.ull TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
suppli)' t.J the existing 'iinl,) has' male I tinlicovei.v I
into the h.o)" anal: the railroad brought : in the lust few lay- Iown ;ii-o.ini.
]150,0(10! ( bales of cotton early to thl'l j a ruled prices 'I\ he markets willHairy t/i-t) the Mv may be asin I
ha\e easier. I
citR! and it was shipped Out to foreign clean the accumulate tt-ifullj) (jniwi.. in I'HS' country ai 1i 1\ P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYAT .
,
time to up
I' in 1U niuda. I : j Call No. 218
ports. | stocks they tecently absorbod i<. now "grown Up
Except with a brief reference ht-.e remain co-e) I the 'I! his di!i-cov y on the. )part of the ,] -LAW 1 1I 1I
houses
and there in published histories, and j 11 I put king. accomplished .hortly. 1'grkalta'ii. ) dt-partnif-nt! t may out'eot I I 'WFII'I:1\ TWOONEEIGHTAUTO
should lie '
what dim memories have been left by- have been to 1 be of anv givat iniportam, . Winter Florida !
1 ; Park
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(; apefiuit-Shipment.t, i
pioneers whc resided in St. Joseph! or I, than sufficient' ti. supply rur- bjt warn it lealized], 1 that in Btlimi- | I I
visited there when the city was in no more da the cultivation of )lilies: is quite npiotitabic I
I there habeen no'
its prime, the of the city has I rent( eI(>nuln.111.1! a is tit-) ultra thou of on. ... .. .. ..... .... ....
: story accumulation of locks in thu hiinclf )- : :":-: :-:-<-:-:-:-:-:-: :- : : :-:-: : : :- 1
never been told until recently. In a ninone' mav: ea-ily,, loahze' the v.ilm-
St. ,drulirClrapi; fruit ba.- cnUnutJaunet f tin inu"tr"I',) the cultivatio.i o1 > n !O'JI'
history of Joseph. und < :
( r of West l-'oruia new ': Tl'K.NKK: .MAKIU.K&CKAMTE; ; .
i of West Floriad and ni\v.- meteit.melt! 1'Il'1' \: niuda OKIOII' lia- < onit tu le ..
tin) ;
411ON1'VENTS
with COMPANY; TAMPA
? paper editor of St. Andrews. Florida, lincrtased' along bion ".11 of the ,chief miKi-tiie J of the< i icy .. .. ..
in Inijjiry' ; ; ,
states that St. J<.senh support", '! at steady ranscqu.'nt-| und-, and') i- vvoit'i' hundred I- of thouand .. BY CLAY & THOMAS
-d. : : : ; ; >
ha< '
least one bank the Commercial Hank I 'I'ungenncs-The progren-i\ hjlid.t ,]( :na'ul" ) ,)- of tlnllaieaih, y-at.! The, cullivalion .;. 9
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of Florida, a seminary, numerous : was goal und l thenurkcts of the hi)) t i-, prosmg'qually| <;. :M. J. i rowder Kishimmee 000 ABOUT THE.
and for ttingeriiie' very ; Agent, I THESE FOLKS] weLL ITS
mercantile establishments, several large volume. ix. )protilabe.Irytarcgone! ,
I almoibt-1 I : <- 0
1 hostelries. An act of the !legislature I'readily at satisfactory a price-. The 1!I I 1 1 by millions hive I ben \ >e-- : :-x-:. ..Lo.\l..ERHAULEO [ SAME THING AS GETTING
' of the territory pnnsed in 1830! in tile United Stalls in the -
nl put
' awitli; or- -Pt
created the St. Joseph Board i is that the
merce. The St. Joseph Time was!'! I.lunges.. clean uplocks on I plants( and in cut flowers and,) the I HENRY !
published. bv liter Gautier, Jr., who haiul. a chance to i )grealt ." poition of these mjllions hairenne'out CITYMEATJARKET, ,

was United j States marshal for the Recent developments I in general 1I 1 of the country. But recently ,I ,
Apalachicola district. A largerace- encouraging. the department has been doing all V
have been :
business) very
track a mile outside the. city was one I last week retired aoPioximattly in its powir to keep these -millions

of the principal attractions, and the The qpovernnieiit one billion! .dolln\ in obligations. within ?>ui* owe\ hOI'del'tv l giving I

arena-like circle of this!'! old speed This wastlono.. without domestic; [ growers: the opportunity of
course still remains' among the woods This is ji.wmally j raisingEaster! lilies at home..ExiJCriliifnts .- Q.
nearbv. During 111'1'prime' St. Joseph' causing of > ripple. Two ago (. .. .'.carried on. through'! FreshMeatand i
in said bv some to have had n population time: tight time money.the ;government: years was the department': have been entirely'successful ,
this
::r of 10,000 this ,)Ilei\1t\ about 1840. at ( prpving, not only that -
loans/
G On HENRYS; wife
forced to percent.w is'right. Having overhaul
pay us
Some few memories ot prominentbusiness gi'Awni'Katlsi'ac1tlie Vegetables acaris
t fl.e.tcr.ljl Iprl\OO< }astor- 'an> be' : "
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., ,\'.,["/,/ men of the. j>ty. tell of boom This ment'purposes year mOn at..jTris'm YR; < ,3 percfcntt0i,.I torily.in' thl\i\ cpllnt3'.but'6tso) that''] . ,- almost the same thing as getting a new one. Don.'t;
thosja'of western oil
.' days that rival {portions' of'' this Oltlnent.al'e., hotter .
towns. Among tht'l'Iewaa' Col. Raphael 3 I 1-2 percents available.,y'itljorresponJingly: for. liuwnesspurposes. suitPtl't'p'irtitir growth/: than the xountrjes Phone 44 get discouraged l if your car is not'seh-ir1J.( 'ou properly -

.1. !Mcses, of Columbus, Ga., who .easy money. The steel) an i general: jnHustrial .. oHifMNillv troducii> them. I I ., The chances are that we can persuade it to do
at one time waR secrctarv of the St. Hermuda1 is in tlw Atlantic .
I situation' has: improved I, while\ off
Joseph & lola Kailroad. After a vain of grains! .and about 600 milts northeast of Floridn! I .coo the right thing by you.
the increases" in piici1)). oo.o .ooo"" .
attempt to rent a house: he was!'! compelled I" have increase) [ thj n> r'chaoJ1l .HIU! the Miniate of'tliat 41anJis not '

,. to.have one built- in Charl.ton.S. ( otton in f sijc-tions;: ) con-. unliki' that of 1'loinln. nn,,) there i K i M. TILLER
aiming ,
C., and shipped to St. Jrseph. power many .. ,.ilO )JlIol I'ell"-oll' \why this state shonli'-,' | s -
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Carpenter's waees were., ...0 high the ,,:, ''id'rabl-____ : . not hiiloiiifr. what BtTinu'ia' is doing I
repairs on the house in the course oft J j : .I.Ithe lilies! well as oniun< I i. Real Estate Agency. .
tits in growing/ as = "
I A tabulation of percentage : s.-r = SE as r=jS'= = E j'j
sgj == ; _
only three or four years .cost severalthousands comercial honey crop of.the.Unit- ---- --- --- ..mm%..).i.a....m.....*...m.m..te: z =
of dollars. St. Joseph was and nativeplants Erne Aino, nunptiolK' of '.trfte, I = = .3 s S-S S S _., g; M S a |
noted for its hotels and:! inns, someof ed States fromintjWuced< the bureau says thita/ !r>- for aIt.i! { a'jlon.ol.iicsmi1 : Realty Bought and sold. fi= S = ..C 7
hasbeen made by
such t'_ > IUII) thtv't.'hey I Houses
these possessing as Statestpartht in TallUhasseo, ': of rented.
House, Shakespeare House, of entomology, of. the..United filled. two freight tai-. The income I
Bryon d of.\ agriculture. It has: / Taxes paid. and Titles verified 'r ;_
Tontine, Mansion House" and Rail- of the to the stati.from hot ,'sr" wad)!
road Cottage. | Lei n foun of _
commercial honey crop country .
The construction ofT.te m railways ,, that Tave beentroduced Fire Life and Accident In
from the intpricr of southeast states is derived from plants TheI I ll)2t'ql! ] ,,<\luvtion of roirrVnerria!
and that abouttUcee: surance.
to the Atlantic Seaboard, making late onions. will amount to 24,074 cars I
from
communication for this interior to the fourths of the crop comes plants of :.(lU )bushels'each, according to the Indemnity Bonds. I _
originally
which not native to regions ------ -- --- "
.. Atlantic const more ranid, resulted in. inhabited are by' the honeybee I t'>tiniati< of the United States depart .. ....ooo 004at NN 1 .o.tOOOOO "T"----
the downfall of St. Joseph. In 1841 i ,! tent of agriculture. This represents COO oooOOOOOO oooo. .

the properties of the St. Joseph &.1 I I an increase of more than $5OO(! ) ears C. F. PIUPPS
lola Railroad were sold for indebtedness 'I war*between the States* the buildings! over the' 1921 production I of .18,82:1'! : J. H. PHIPPS

and the iron taken up and sent wire further demolished,. and during cars. 'The yield per acre for this I NEID'S HEALING BATHS

To Monroe, Ga., to be used in a rail- ''the period of 80 years that! lias,9)apsd ) year is placed at 300 bushels, compared I. PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE !

road there. In 1841 the population I I I since St. Joseph thrived, practically with a yield last year of 2.r 0

had dwindled considerably. An epidemic everyrelie' of its existence has diit- bushels. As many as 4CO bushels per I Itccommended; for Rheumatism and GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES

cf fever broke out, and the citv I apptared.. Crumblipg brick piles aore were raised--in Idaho and as lall kinds of Skin Diseases and Stomach -
was abandoned. For a number\ of among the pine trees that have grownup many as bushels-in! Michigan and Troubles. i OIL .\ GASOLINE; : BA1"lERORK

years its buildings remained standing and a disheveled cemetery are Utah. The 1922 acreage totaled 33i ,- r

some of them beinqr- taken to about all that exists to recall. !. St.- <91 acres! compared with. 36,318acres: Also mineral water for drinking LOCATED IN SPIER'S: BlrlLING

Ap,'slsehicola on barges. During the Joseph's glory.. last year.!. ".' . purpo es. PHONE 111 KlSSIMJrfKK, FLORIDA

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CHAS. NEID Owner -- -- _. __.L_ __ -, __ .-;-- h .____ _
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DR. FLETCHER 1 DROWN
Order) From .
THE NERVE BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASE SPECIALIST Phone 208 KisHimmee, FloridaFOR

I successfully treat the following diseases SPECIAL: NOTICE-If unquestionable

I) by the most scientific advanced skill\ earnest' .rts, fidelity obligations -
II methods, which are universally indorsed :
Rheumatism madder : and an eatabliabed reputation in SALE; !

Sciatica Affections, accomplishing: results, together with ,

11 CallStonea. Contracted scientific equipment, years of experience, FIVE RC>Olt". HOUSE

Uric Acid[ Diseases. appeal to your intelligence and discretion BUILDING[ FOR SALE[[

Stomach and Kidney in the selection of a physician to treat
I.I Troubles, Diseases of Men c with water, light, and hath;
9U, come to see me, and investigate my
Blood Poison two porches all 1 TEN BY
All Chronic and advanced of screened ; TWELVE FEET
[ system treatment which is .
Kpilepajr.Blood .
a I I
I Lingering Disease f.:
: K rage andBEARING .
and Skin universally indorsed. No incurable cases
CVtarrhin All TIN ROOF
DI."alM', Forms, __ accepted, no false promises made, no
Diseases l of'Women FRUIT TREESOn
glittering, impossible guarantees given.
Catarrhal and OtherDischarges -
1 advertise what I dodo what I advertise. CEILEDWIRED
Pelvic andCatarrhal Charges reasonable, terms arrang- ) high ground ; in nice

PHes. Fistula ed to suit patients convenience. Call neighborhood ; on h r i k '
(non-operative) (No Knife) c
DR. FLETCHER L. today and investigate'my advanced system 1
road. If
dlFaeasiel attention tidiech.r contr a BROWN Specialist of treatment. I do not allow any: you want to buy a .rwarin'.
fatal-Thai deceptive, misleading or unbusinesslike home I have it I _
and skin diseases. Plies cured without for you at a I
-, op*ration. assertions or statements to enter into my: APPLY
AT.
announcements bargain. $500 down ; hal

A VISIT WIll TELL Rick people who contemplate taking treatment to offices
can come my for ance on easy payments. Seethe
''r' a personal interview and explanation of their condition. 301: MAIN STREET

; DR. FLETCHER L. BROWN owner, v

Hours, 9 to 6; Sundays 10 to 1. Rooms 15-18: U. S Trust Building, Comer Laura and
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FORD .AGENT ADDRESSESPUBLIC ' 8 STATE MARKETING: -

. CORRESPONDENCECAMPBELL ) ... j BUREAU :' ....;:.. .o s vkbMt' SUG7E4T ;J4' TI4lNG GEE-6c. I Sat: MAYtre i couco I Pm ;

Klssimmee, Florida, Sunlight- kill many. bacteria in a nOME. Of THE SORT: :TO AUNT/ ,HATtm//. DEL e'vIcITNG VE HER A HlAIT.
December. 1922 few hours. .. we4Y DON'T MX SPEAK." TOO HER,' MIRE 4Vy SO' tWM>3
'To'The' Public: seeventually t; SWEET
: NOTES I LEAVE rye oN!
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Purebred situ ,, not
You, no doubt, have noticed recent why. / Sltlt
news items about the wonderful salea The following: is the report of the now? .* GN ouwIL j' HAVE

record the Ford Motor Company has school ,for the month endir.e> December Farm machinery that I is under coyer NOME [ tt btirpf a AN "
made this year, and especially the 2., 1922: oiled ...
and will be
record of the past eight months. Whole number enrolled, 'SO: ; number ready- for 'use: "
Beginning with April first, more enrolled for the month, :0; average next spring: -- a

(than 100tO1t0< ( ,.(,81''In.'e,, / ben retailed daily attendance, 59.6.,; The German mark, worth 24c before car't >lu l .. '
t'R'h montlf'during the past eight The following attended school': every the war, la*,now rated to have a TBriDpNiDe ,' !"e
months. While it; !I" not unusjal for : day during the month: value of 8,000 for one dollar Mon
the Ford Motor Company to retail First Grade: Della Long, Valrie v
100,000 car in a month during? the Adams, Ralph Perfitt Wilber Collins Persons Interested in the radio can Vbdaea '6br r
spring and early summer months, it Leo Acree, Hortense Bronson anJI'eal get publications from the U. S. Bureau

J8 most remarkable that this record; Perfitt.Seennd of Standards Washington,,D.,C. -
J jail been maintained through! November Grade; Myrle Lanier> Inez 'o
and more than likely through 'Acre and Elmer Winn. If fanners took as good care of I
December. Just think for the first Third Grade: Mildred Adarn! Lillian their crops after an while making :

eleven: month 1,200/K'O: }>rd > ars j J Sharpe, Elsie Howard Agnes. Lanier I them, they would be mucli better i ti' -

have terri, re-tailed. qnd Leona Lamb. farmers. I I .: :. ,, 'fWNty
Now, thcreJ' )hound to be some . Fifth Grade: Theion Adrms:, Roy: Petroleum ,
in
n.m'J'\\ Bronson Smith. : prices have decline 1
fur the and MyrUc
mighty Rood: reason
all
part of the world. In' England
able sales; of the FOld CHI this \mr. Sixth Grade: Certhn Howard.
What/ au thiy'! }Kir-l, many im The fourth seventh: and eighth gasoline has declined lOc and )prices 'OUVE SEEN A LOS6 TiME VH3T/N* US 1UANCS, OSCAR! THAT? A GOOD
prov'mf.'nt"'Jmh: have lately been grades! had a jfood! ::t: nlin''e, but now range Croat 42c: to 4))>c a gallon. AUNT I4ATf E-OOH'T YOU TVNK/ u icL cu66ecnart. I'LL 6O Af4' TCL 6ltAPHII I"OM E.

made on Ford cars; second, the low I' tone came every day. Armour' meat packing;: plant at JIM AN MOCK PET WILU 9E ( rr/N' TO COME Q AvIcir ANBRJNG '

)level of prior, "firing to tae" > pjb'ie' I Rcapctful!!:' sol mitted Jacksonville\ closed since last July, I i L -J"r LONESOME SEE.I.W? Polly AN'TAgq(! OI'1'r.: '
the lowest prises] ) <'M-r off::* ...uto1Ylol.I1-o.: : :\ Fannie AdJi or. ail Mrs.) T. better prices in 1523: for hogs and "A..e-"toU ,.,.=f.v

VVa ;4ltf :,(,W Itingupptted by the J. Addison! tat'iistaits.: tattle. ,. -.r
Ford :'\oJot'r ('(L) Ian, : nth' elm! st \ 1 !t
.nary 'ttrii. tt'- we reed. doe to the fn n'l .Christmas EnhrCai"t'n< Co Apple elder: or giapejuice can be + 1' ii NoT. v+Ml
Hint our f.ieml; ] in the north A \ cry .enjoyable ti-re, was'! himl) at preserved in a sweet condition indefinitely ';.o ,",1I
'j-v tbiMii" twelve 1'11C,11thin the \va'-- the CampKll Srhoj) I.s): : Tiidaynifirht. l hy directions to be had! I ,spl(1N Itf
....,tlt th>' >mi'f '. v.v enjoy in the The 1 ocm ion '\i a !:hTI -t- from the U. S. ITureau of riant In- I 'ltj
r'S
Sunny!,; !South.Yit'i' the winter I n us entertainmentAhii1: ,II i: .stJ of du"tryVI1..hin ton, I D. C. 1pY ..
season over, thin < ri: c- the bin springdtmai Songs. ill ill*, and recitationThey a e .RAMS,
,J! *oi r>>rdJ, .r'I;'! rxer the coun had a very beautifully ''ecorael' tree c cvhth American musical instruments are I "" ..&.... -
Working; txn-rty-fmir hour exeiy '- : touched' I'Kccilij:p 8"1,1! which popular in South Africa. Organ are .;....:,Me40NttC
try. day the company cannot supply was lo.xdedith! pre\ xrt I : Tht1" ice 'nJj sad u good pIK'el'lare called for, and phcno- +..
1h'..- i ii]trnand. ) : tOer/Tni.tJltd
It has at.vbcni our uim to sat- clop of 'doll". graphs ale In .large demand. -
,',fy ,c'n tam ra. It will ale aye \bo.ir -, I The i It um waiicv( '>.J t 11 utmost --- t G 'VsaauM.. .
of oH broom -
Trim the straws
aim to j pl}1.-e them and not disapjuiTit (,"pudt( )'. E\tr. >" ..him'i oi-ap! /.in l'.J many enjoy' it. i M :
de t-xl.n.i.r ', -," :;.. the center, shorten the handle, fasten I ,
li'st. print' '" .I.lFII' of the big I After the vt-t' "- the back and! have a
to
It steps, you
'l1Uhl! I get all ,'aml1"<* iist;i'j" ,J f."u'v and
gaud, ral, I XM not ( near u < >
can't be beat. .
boot cleaner that .
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the 1.1' : "d.d.ltl1( the plendidici.eiitioi I Tuts to pupilr.
t lumiis.ng. the air nosx cnjaybiokiHnr t\ irkurilv happy 01',1) .1 '..*,. ,..r jives, The United States department of RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR one to lead the work. A research: tion I is given to cover crops and

*' ,." : for the .jrteatestii'li ,: The I district i!' rspkrr.} '"j v/,; to Us agriculture reports, that (his: year a HOME ECONOMICS program depends on the individual mulching.Get .
l pr i.. *.. (h.'t'1' had and ,: ilutu' hnd roponsii-ilnu; -, W"t it total (if ninety-one different kinds ofvtfctabUs who direct and inspire the work I I your tree front the nearest
thuv ar., roily to 'a" (many disAp( Uteri ) Obt i lk to vet, : '. r .r.:;} ;j had plate on large or WORK OUTLINED In the final development. of home economics reliable nursery, and do not try to get
.,Ginttt] !t.. .. ?.t .A.' .n't supply the I I -.p cial t tax di i-t- <'t a".... -. 'J. :'I ratk mall: mule in American gardens I I --- in the department' of agriculture the biggest nut they have. Ask for
, ,' I Hall pith :ny othi, . l'T , r :nt --- i Dr. E. D. Ball!, director of scientific it seems very likely that it will varieties which are known ,to do well
. "M/Vrt kRK< BVYINC THEIr: ountv. Florida farmers who wish to have' work. United State department of be a bureau which will have the 01- in your (community. A medium to
FOUD'' i AK-; NOW 'ru. AVOID nr.- ;; ">\')'oIt'- the. nihi.'I'' their cows tested for tuberculosis: agriculture, represented 81.,1'.t8'yWllllaee .-ani7ution and 1 direction of work that large paper shell )pecan! I is preferred.If .
''Nt; bl'441'PIU"TEU( IN TilE I 1 ,-11 ?" "lt' nil tight.." should l write. to Dr. J. V. Knapp), Tallahassee \- l> foM? the home economics, will be earned en in a considerable several trees are to be planted, get
PIt1Nt; I --- ---- I'loiida. Thin is an 11111)0' t- section of the uscsciation of LuivjUiant number of other. bureaus. two varieties rather than one.
and, i; "IEI.W \ nn. v fu.1 MI.K.IIC all who milk c'olleites, which held their thir-
for mtiMt
Why -lint > oj buy y ui no* ant matter use or "We think of home economies As a rule it does not pay to try
',ot take any Ihs.i.tt-1\ \4' urge you harved with 't .: < J J..dtf' iref. ty-hi\th annual convention in Washington j work ax a thing as big and broiul to save money in buying pecan trees.
to buy' n>iv, while \> t can "upply you '. ---- - n. c.. Novemtx1!' 20-2':!. Dr. in its ,scope as the whole departmentof best adapted to 'OUI'loil..
ndhippn.r tl'tm rr 'ToI. l> KIujf Thl'1I1ely )
i I dood of I
ith whatou '*''urt " dun't want ..l"icnt Prune that <"> not markrd\ tj 01. ""I' ( n .L" > and avoid much healthy is you
to !bt. .t,I.-"I'O'"tlll.' 1 Place your Citrus tress non new l bureau of home economic !big as the field of the agricultural( ,'
lOLl ntp. William T. J. :lA.> 0' >Ii oKm ; and summer I want, regardless of tost.
next spring
odor I.d! Wl will gtt you thetype ,praying : department. It is "nlitle'l.! when it I'
no ..illor
VirjriniuVK! -:1 : t' :0 ., and at thn same. time in"uie a bumper I From December till the lint of
v.h1lt It- nor. a pmsible.' ; I .. "The f first thiiiR the department! <.f come to Its 0\\ n, to the recognition
you file. month= h\ J.Odtc. f. j>rhidinir ( for next t-enaon. A stitch in February is the i ideal time to plant.
As.us..y' , .s'-J of "."' constant aim crop' agriculture bus to do i in the oiRf.mi-- that the service to agriculture: hasIeecivcd
1 .
i / in the I r t'< irtj t .r: I'.alJj-\ nine Set the trees out carefully with
.-il, find wi..hinJZ'i vou . time saves zation of bureau of home I i and 1 feel that tlm recognition
Id see yojv , a economics -
more, M id.( This 11 "-I> t > ri on ----- plenty of top :soil packed well. around
,0th) |prohpt7ity, and! happiness Jury -< \'ertjail j '. nttnni : 'mfaJ for Only by the use of !high-glade I mt'le in toct/ that organization approved will be forthcoming. the roots which should be spread out
I P. cem'nI \( lir. \\t are, by ,and l the. bill is, - - -
congress
violation of the niitrrii, : >r> ..rivarypet. can an.omlnunlty attain any pretty much as they glow" oiixinally
Pouts truly Ltc'a..tl"I". i"r<
M C'. AUTRtY.I>I' tlosedhtn! the ff
Ie j +,,, I os .Kordhon-IJm'oln sti iZl.d some ducks w";, o. a?-u t tel nI.ipp.'ol wisely fed 1 and cored foi. Good pas! change is approved, then the n'xt' A poem tree ,is a faithful xcrvant Water the trees next spring if it I Ivery iii

p :": 11.ae y; ,, .1 i 110: ""ed what IIn exCpta'naly - l liy ,mail ai,- turag'e is, a necoKsity. step ns 1 Bee it, is to gather togethera Little care and! attention will return dry, and mulch the soil close to :
warh i fnl \alin. ,.. offered \\ l Ioy him t.. "1''.* ; .- "-tO"ier --- committee representing,' very crops of nuts much out of pioportionto ; the trees I with rotted leaves grass of
the', Foul sedan' offtrinjriM! dui! f ,A.e', The A report! coming i from bluiberivtnthusecl , I best thought of home economics and 1 those of other tiees. And this. tree, any toms of decaying vegetable mat
ur _ .0_ I migratory Iiinl tr(atj' u 1 :i'>tc'd West Florida i i says: "If i related lines of work that we can find scientists tell us, n remarkably/ free .
lurk i uKjullxxitn the farmer l.the Inolotrual 1 >-.u1. ." :j' ".* I'rijtnl Jlr"S.IWI" would talk less about, milk I I he.<<:11* in Anrcr.k-a. The (committee ,, of disea es /and insect pests, paiticu-j+I I ter.The pecan tins more deepgrowinganchor ;
.vho doe" the I.t farming: State; -i-| had l blmlK'iiv pie tlwl'{'. mole people" program of research work must ,' Specialists of the, Floiidu Collegeof feeder roots are close to the surface
*. wend I go( fin.iid: and shake hands I be considered. hecausc the work of'' Agncultuie' are convinced that a just about the color of the soil, and

-.-. -. In alcohol; ; 1 'made from moluses. !. the department as a whole organization I II few pecan trees have a place in just easily cut by deep plowing. Cultiva-
--- Culia. I must in the. future ,'\'('"..moie I about every home yard in Florida tion should be shallow. A mower, or
bv automobiles.
iv l 1..1 iec-h' lined than in the IMSI. l I.e alon resc-itich I particularly the farm. homes. Accordingly even a hoe, may be used to keep
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iilMtut ISi iiitrii'lon' in
the prier bi'ng( ines. Nois the tune to very ma- they commend the following weeds down.A .
l :Ilk: ; for. gasoline.
; to '
r \liMinu IIIl'a.1
at the mnkng \ ttrudly'strenathen the scope of ii1Hcurdi pointers to the pecan grower: 1Wherever few trees set out now will witha
The) noveinnn-nt encourages duty work in the department activities the hickory grows the small amount of attention, give you
ali'uhol hoiixy -
of hv putting a
and in home economics. The pecan will grow and sandy soil not an abundance of nuts for home use
on gusoline import second' and more difficult function of naturally adapted to the hickory will in a few years. Ask your county

the committee will be to select some- grow thrifty pecans, if proper atten agent.BRUNSWICK.
that the moth .
It t i. sold codling .
woke all retards thin year, particularly .. ._ .
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THE CARGo : 'with northern apple trees, and ,
the:outlook' for 12J! : i it discouraging; '. ..' .

ThE' ..tiiul' ar '.. being destioyed by ., \>. {.'
hunters; and Inl t3i, ,

Bill yedr.. Unless steps' arc, taken
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'h'': t..,? ''I'rotel.t.the\f; \>i wo..I.
rol.against insects' they may gain con- I I :!

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I I (Lt-- Th.,1', Iuuney' ill little t'nng-' I ihe PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS .
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---E be1'.iu nw a mill I box l vMlli' nl
libet, I"( iultI, in 1\ II colors.l It COM .
laill" JOO nl7lt'h,' It. o..t tS, one cent.Il '\
ti..rd'( t the on.1I f-"m "':UI'O)) ill I In
t"h'l'. curl 1111 doubt c'usc' tolue4.olrilIt
.! front" Ni,.v. f irk, 011 a ,I X'rF

I freight. t'lIlIl.' It :': s.cd through, "\-I IJ t
J cl 1'1.1 hallll, and mall\ nhauipuldit.nsbefoie ; ''
) It left t Ihr 1011111' IIf o.' i it'ii 1 III( F
:-\0'.IIY.' II, vt 01" Il''y ellI it :!
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:I ISxlolt; | .mil import, | [ tin'i'' in thrlnlliHlH' <'
1 | | ,, Ivl.inds) i iv i ,,"<1ud1, I thief,
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II"| tbiouub( Utigi* eonuiKiiiul houses.. ,I I

ili'ti, I iliution and 1 collectmir bang.. dothiouih .. 'j I . .
I| a network of.nin'li'i' I tiadAppiiximatelv ,
\ ers.' 7.r ,permit, <>f the' t <
commercial activities of the i landrt, I II. -

?? ill t the' hands of foicign-bom .residents -
and l cf these about txxo-thnd-.
are C'hmese The (ChincMHie slid tit t 67'lie
control about half the interiml tradeof -

the an. .hineli'go and in miinv II1UI -
nici1 nlltie they hll\'". a monopolxIII .
In Comfort I .

\ nix' Ni hi ling, the v, ...I1"' I.iiexxn Fork
hoilu'iilluiisl( I, of =.N.ip! "., I.' I' ci'Milv..
I :say the royal poi II.. i'.i[ ; a II.,' O\c ifM.'uUgaseai I.

. at your pleasure-go where you; j ', is one of th.xxondfs, of
GO the t tiopniil I I retdd: ).!, and.I I that, !''''IFI..dd" \ h r
choose and when you choose with I
I luiv the good fOlt''"" In JMOthi \\

your family your friends. Enjoy i ie\\il of t the pltint \roil II I .i pelfeition. / WHAT YOU HAVE WAITED
FOR
.. Ilnf"tu"ato'h', tin v. m'eilMtoi
the boundless beauties of nature the ; . , '
pure \ doenot -( e it in full .1.,1 I n.I j

air, a lunch in a shady wood, a fishing i I lie uiise.it" is H spilng) -in> i guilt, ,]in'"iIdoomei i-
r. lie "oll.iol"I' it -in ol. t the
excursion, a rest by a cool lake or stream. I Lest ,shade bier fop, Siit'n" ;, I Fkl'ld.
I ] n< iikntnllx' it may In I sail. I that the. THE NEW CONSOLES 1'0O; DIS-
Ko\iil roinscttiM; ( hotel; at faint Iti'iuliis
You can in a Ford. Millions have learned' j the laigest tourist hold ill I II" '
and world andx <.II ninth. a ti'p;'" 't. hit( I'L\Y. ALSO FL LL LINE OF OTHER
experience:: that to own operatea I
i''Fnl'1 I t to see it.

Ford is not on extravagance; they --.-- :MlELS.\
I ...I'
TTioi.ling to Prof.V. I. Floyd!
have learned that the
many pleasures the( st..te ('\pl 1'i ill eat ..,IationIt
derived from a Ford takes the placeof I Gainesville; "I'oiest, fins, ilr-liov ill I
AND) YOl'R SELECTION
I 10 few minutes that xvhuji months, COME J JN MAKE .
other pleasures, and the saving years and d"l'"drew./ and, t that

thus made often pays for the car and its I xvhuh to the fuimi'i i is xxoith loamy:" FOR TIlE NE\V YEAR. TERMS '.
cailoads of the cry best' rtih/.i'is
maintenance.Let's lie fuithei' says, "The future of .
I I'lotida's' forest edpetiallv her cut IF I DESIREDWILDER'S> >

talk this matter over. Get the ever lands, is unceitam.. They' mllhe \-'
made to produce continuously
facts and figures. (crops'" of timber. AH the: supply decreases
and the demand met'eases, ---

prices will soar, and therein i* Keen
our duty to posterity to protect the
M. C. AUTREY
-' future of our lumber industry. There \

is no better way of doing this thanry STUDIO '
Authorized Dealer refraining from 'burning the
Florida woods. These fires in the woods
Kissimmee
Phone 165
burn the humus so much needed in
a.t \ 'Florid soils, besides they destroy .

: young tree, the source of a future ,
"Y supply of timber and naval stores,"


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of mot.iy r in one Muirii 1// It roI. hot only tin- .I.d'n.. l lint I | .Ix in ry Vat, ', ,I'II" ", , .1 I'"" I '' 11'1 : Ill \N\| % |I. , -
t I.. of the, Uniteil. ) nuts fin h m Tii. li.i/-tt.- i.rti' .yon, I e.1l I'10'I'"c \
and nurie.s the\ imagination on into\ .\ iiui.i. jour All"''', t Miffirs I II npuits Statede- I I I Inuul; I ,? ,, .n 'i.,. A, ,? ,
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tin- heights of ]>os, >il>ilitu-s, \\ln-n tilt I loll\' !ID.OOO acres I", H.\\aii; weirpti.ctrd j a>'c' foi tin- ratite eewltiy fm, tl.i) '' I '( IIt : I'h., ,. 'Mbl\ ,,n.'" pn"rl\- I ---_- 3-ZI. ,i..l; U.., I .i. ..I," > .n i ?i-ii.n., ? II.'
rolls. in, not from, hei 1' st HI : Apply lit Hi., <,.niit ..f --- - r.'I, "Ih
money i "'x only ) ,p: \ 1 :.r "tr .in hushi'lper I l.cr. TinV.ilh" \ 'i''hV I. In' I.r'' .11. ertul 1
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than can this ..section. Nottate ( repotts to the ..Uniti'dStatt 1 I /.'.( 1:11/ >. 'tan .ddl" ."p1 "I''n'dlI, I.I-. r i.laiitlnic: .. I fl.iiit' ..n ,'u ,-,.,,.?,. ., ,";,, I i i It: lil.KKi'H: :, ., i ...HhlirM -
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can compete with Florida ueasons. ..,,. 1 1 .,1.1 C ? -1t .ul. .r.rl,, I i.i. aald, InveKtmi-nt In annih.I fl, ",,11, I I : -

"" No stato has the future. be- years BRO the first negro 1c I II. -- :a-111:i : I 'lirlncn il, three" highest Ki-Hp'-H l prlrrftVo Into. Klnrltl.i Intr .du.ninl' ''I I .TI< e: OF. MKKTIXJ: OK STOCK-

fore it, by taking advantage of it.- agricultural demonstration was employed veifi FOUND I B.nn.they, lilVn Other been,adapted lining rriiltH well' ten a1-;, I uul.D_." .:ua.

opportunities which Florida has. No to carry on extension work IIIHO. Ir. Notice
}KOUNTi V Mack saw wild' whucnpots. liluclif-rrleii. black tic.rrlr;. t\KH\ (1M hereby given' that lherl-
county of Florida has the future in '1 amon>r negro farmers. According to Owner ran erg ur.> bv ,puvlim' s, e'I (. Full Information ; frie Vital will I" !the annual the

t c r i reports to the United States depart- damaRffT' and provluK propi-rly! Ui-i Inl!'. Adapts :>Jun"rl..", Tampa. FinBI51C,, Mockholileri Farmers). of the MerchiTnts. and
store, for agricultural development, ry TadKelt, IIS Bermuda '
ment of Agriculture there are now 285 avenue at the "nk/'f Kl1I8lmm"ft, Florida.
which Qsceola. has. '' 2-2tx "iS1"1 bank In KlMlro"n '
.: negro men and women agents under SEEDS-1923 mee' l Florida,
eatAlo Tuesday '"
!! If January tt.
It behooves! the grower' the merchant whose direction more than 14,000 negro FOR RENT WANTED. on our list Send name and not addri-M already 1913, at 3ao: P. m' for the purpo.a or

farmers and their families following for This electing directors for the
the are book will ensuing year
professional and
man and valuable con- the
in FOR RBNT-Suit* of room* for bah WANTEE> To lain Information for transaction of .uch other bu.- ry
approved practices farmingand buy econd-hanj .,,,
housekeeping 3Z. furni the as
' f woman, to lend every rapport to the home making. nile, New York ave ture. Including; oil stove bed etc. 'I promptly beginner and "pert. Rend n both said "lo'khohJer'1l.may Pl'Op"rly come before
a-tf 1 KiLGORE! h
Address: "Furniture," Qaxntte. 0 RED CO",
Plant
'Hy, Florida 51,510 J-5t JM WlLLSO\t. 1 1Cta

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,' .' .. ; ":-ftJ6- ODe occupant of tk, )R1"lahfiw .. D.. ,: '20"Tbe :
J:,, .. ... i ) es .both.&arteU! : simwltaneous:' ti n' of the recent election to the
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'" ,,,: If. 4 P ?, one. 'Exit Mr.//' Duokin (( .distinctly: Jdry; We must beginnow Casino TheatreMONDAYTUESDAY

" ; Franklin Edwards fa spending the 4 Station Exeunt theJhW, Watmea, ',. an tducational campaign that
.. of Kaapinp'for' breath At- shall .be alf thorough that Which
: :,' : hoHtlays}: in Arcadia. .4. Friday,. $> of chilly water. Teeth we wtfh prohibition,as" Dr.' .by Clarence

. "iX .Expert kodak finishing at'Minlck'n' 4 Date I in unison. Ensemble MU|. Trne.Wilaon declared in hia report at ,

\', " :. ..Rwtall Drug Storc 60-tt Saturda Nedk. ',t the annual meeting of the Board of
: a 8d tate, n>*t 8. ,And down Temperance, Prohibition and Public :
:': ;: Lee Is home" from Sunday, bottom of the lake ;
.; John university \ reposes a Morals of the Methodist Episcopal JAN 1-2
":'it'., 1\o\ .penit the holidays. .-.v.Mr. Monday" .good shot fun! which had Church recently held in Washington.
the owner from more than "The temperance people must cre: ,
,, and ]Mrs. Ed Myers were holi- hundred Iron men. Keeping atea conviction that ,will make people .
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,jllY visitors! in Sanford. ** with the shot,//fun is a S2 wish to obey the, law ;and use J T vvninrLAiariAjTArLajT ijTruxnj ,

Friday and ammunition for the en- their personal influence against its ,
.' Re&War dinner for &Oc, at Du. : !! ., Somewhere the fishes, violation. We must insist'x>n law

. lout's _. S2tMr. C. m.,for: Christmas dinner -with no forcement that shall take 1 charge en-I GUY BATES POSTTheMctsquerader
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and :Mrs. Lester Ivey drove to 4 hours of'(retting; the hook. And our the crimially disposed and .
> went hungry. Incited by the them, obey the law. We must create
Beach to
Palm] spend Christmas./ 4
pangs of famine, murder respect for law until the whole public
Roy O. Darling is back in Kissmi- + _ _ and three snipes and a rabbit shall see prohibition has not been a IN " '

,..t>, untl ..ays he (U. glad to be here. >Crifice on the altar of a con- detriment to the state but that it hau
L. D. i cance. Rescued from a wat- boon, of tremendous benefit to the in. '
Phono JSo: for fresh milk and the public place a solitary piece ot dividualan l to society.
ream. Ijiko Viiw Dairy. .Jl-Utx. spent a i the sole survivor of the in. "The lessons of temperance must
-l I IMus visitIng/( of the lunch basket. And be. cnumiateil from the pulpit in tlHi-
H"'i!sio Long of San ford, is rabbit' and snipes kept the Sunday schools and in the day
,IK'rhin ; in Kanner's; dt partmcntlore. II. (' : the door" Through the schools. The Ind"llendent"und respectable

o\ir to lrht the mourners mourned till newspapers should renew With a Hal Roach Comedy
--- Chriitiiias :! But the shot !RUn reninim in their It ISOIIH of t temperance abstinence '
Mins (;I.lce G lLpr.t i i4 at home visiniii' >'!- the Ma '
(rra\c. How ccme ? Like and prohibition. The latest'! fua- .
'"t' lIltnti.Ir.. anti Mrs. A. S. -- -
r pt : jpiLjetnpvrauce reform (la whether - --- r
. ilJ'ert.FurnihcJ. :MiS. and :l !
Homer FinchePTi-.irn extend to
of we t in prohibition shipboard -
-- :- oneida Tech is in Kfuummcisit- ti the btut bors. t ) the VhrvJ- '
\ Jacettu Flat office.for rait. W.14-tf B.Iztrris. Mininec. l :; Krifo a canoeing hunt ng 1 mile hn it and .ho/ord this to the high: NEW YEAR'S DAY. PERFORMANCE STARTSAT
/ ni 11. :Mix : .
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.. I I in order. Robert Buckets,. lIellH.I
Nf'i1 JluI1oh 1 lio-m fiom (;Ie BUlock, Bill! Real, Hjniei "ThenU. nnn'' I hii.i, great foiwurd
i i I" .liralt"h 1 I. T. \ < I I
visiting( his! family/ over the 'HOUHC he i: : and his college chum HUH step \yl" 'KI should. be taken. On of 2 PM, AND CONTINUES TILL 11 P. M.
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'1QJj.iur.) '' street : ', departed southward on I lIlt'01'/ '" 'test hind i mice under w'icr
-- -- J : : : 'J'plicpi.kaiura as the .shades of prohibit on now I.H| .', nH's I is that our I
_ s _.____M" n".1 )'1.u.- \-.J.-, k1'tf't'nt' "L'S'ttitu futt iC : I't. ftilluiir on ChI i,1 nUl lay l1fol e4', '( nt "rl ,'u'.q in curtain siatcn'icceive -
. .hriatma** \v.ln, Mi-*. Stied's t : I """ tamed' the inliepiil hunt- I' I I..i 11 I appointments tin,oug'n I
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t Xmf6nl. pLrt'nl-j 1 J'. S. I. << I Ith two shot guns, a :,.l ievol- { the IPC ,unit-million of Umteil! :Statesjscmitoi :
stoikof ammunition and som of them without ton'science -
i' . ,. J IV, fo,. in;i mtl'v' and '! i Tn..oI'lto/>io\vtli'( | ; I I AiU-r pjiMlmu act as* the ..1' care ha\c .lIt'CI'I..I,1, in fill- : Prices 20 and 35 Cts.

team 1..1.1'i.i< w Daii) ;>'. -t': T..mp") '" I of the Sh''pinPanl h'I' tin !ling the t'nltJ'l''clI1.mt. ol'lifers start
cnmpPiM i\wait i t el I d.ivli i ht on with mm who aie wet in then! \ie.\s .
\1 kV iih.. I 1.\1 Yuflg.J of .\iheii' l>))tll' '
( 'i;. > thMi "l'aO arid
('! of Cypiess' LakiThin }1',1: mi m v ; I1- --
., '. ', North i. olimi.i ) i i- MMtiiir, ; MIP, :i I Mr .111 : I l : I ' '!tiha tn I tliwn. I the r 111 i nl i t t-i lid:ulIll\.' Hiitaironistir i to Thi',; rliffttteiith - -

> KdAaiiNMi : Pi'ci: i -l.uin I ) i "linn, ,IIM into tlvicnil' .\' ol t aiiui. .dii cut. Thfie. must I be a ..--
'1.1111,1.1.; hl% I I : I Kntiment) crcattd ''hit: wllt; ri-
fiomtoriftrl
1 at homi
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.'.'. iiM'niir? I li<.,r paiintx "in :Miv. Ii.V. : ; : ilt'n, o'elocK! I in I th'' morn, .:' out t this I tieasin nfl'! will| make a Casino Theatre-Kissimmee-One Night Only-Friday January 5lh,
.1.,1"I ,.. MM" '1. \.. i., 1 k.. ( iltu\! einie and 111,'n the lJl. il..1 Slate-: -('101101'. WHo tlelibtvatrl ,
1 '; \ |:. Uullmk! Itn.t Seal V.IVP lean t ,. ",','UI"'" (th- appointment if e
i KXIX.IIKtx.:; 'J.; .I..k. 'II'Hfir at \J Imh: \k' A. S. Nt : : ) '" I lln laimo t.) isiapt' (tli<' 1 p"\1' I Jn: ;I'll,( :States: lutlge.' United! :Sf; :.t.'distiitt .... II III IIIIiJJ liii III liii III liii III Ih

I ..'.H I I Mi rIg' : :-'toil: ,, ;,Htf"IT' in Suml.iv) ( ) | < ; ; ,,,1,,. as Hiit'iKr attemp'til,! I t til attoine.N'. 01' .1 fedeial t'iofliier. ..'e%'. :I-::r
'llc-ntnl| ? : i-i tl1h,i' \,11.1 :'-Ilt.1. anil -mi.ithui. IlIIu'h, : irifn. am- IUlf'k i ill the eMito, law he i>. -\\ 01 n to enfoiii', fec'l t'leIwiath C>>
| tn' i h'dn.II" m IK" .I..ni'l! wilhMri I'u"idly.I. liuth hainl .liln/eil ii\vav. j t.f the whole I. people for i hibe I I I'I : =-
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homa J. kn. c\tnt hal I II gl'"i"l' \ to it I ayah of II t-auiil. tiust in thuf 1"S :::z:
I I., '\'i- t ) I : : t tall : the will ...I'11ll'' l1atioa) int4nniU ;
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( .ml \t 'iit liuntiis -hi atiti{ tiitt ti lung Co.F
Hi.l- ,.) Da-- I if I hn. I k in i\i I ."i-ii: ifi iiiikl,, t : : : mli ,il 10,1. the vii lotion of it- law
t'l ;ii ainniiimt : ng ta-\: .......
fli "'i,, ,>. ...t't: 'in the Oilandi.in. prtiitui('. t'11''
i\- fl ii.O'Llark, that CMIMMJJ. th' 1 'l IIh'I' tint iuti. an "ajinir : : :
; .il }H pita! !. ".' -I.III"I; I : ,, l > I dibts hut :
quit| lui'itni; for I 11..i- '.h..I. lamiol n'let( tl>dral' arc
.1(<-"," ltg-It: : Thitalii I I h ml I lutn. und l ,-till, I z4'tiIignough monef i liquoi tii ;'
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Shn\e : 1.1< hi' u ,' . : ,1.1 i i2r. in' . II', dtplhus! '.'111.h us (tn. i , .1I1.. in tune. .all the\ owi II.*
Pay
:? .. tt ( asn 0 H'tibii1: 1st' ( .1 in/ I ( ; I I1. :
; "ji; .. U.c'eiit I , it' u'ii'i the ill ink\ bill ha- (lou
i \1.l -. 1 I I I ( : : l hut th1 |>ll\'- 1I1.111\ (Illll : ; | ;
.... ,1 ol 1',1\\1 h>"''i, fn.it l.'nl' .I'oMitv.1 di, unkenni-n and i"' iou .
\\ Ii \ i' Jt.I I i..i l I 1-: -pi'DI > t \. I I II ,II,l ,,| | : !: 1vn I Ir i t'lji un i i i .
,,01 (111') pi"f! "Inn' (' ill l a\e fo"owed'! :, in its. v. aLe. I In their
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ila., 1 l.I ioKii",,: t. "i MInt :- ,'I I;,i\ % i i
i- i l It; .i"nu .Mi.I I ii.:' I I.i .: hud! I I- in 1.,11'11".1! 1 fiom. ilistii-- time ioin' I thing::: i.nK? I hit
( .1 v t. :) ,IM"| a I:i..kV ,,*,. will, swve I liciui --piolibitnii. I _
\E;_ \L Pitii) >.i ,.f: M'tnii 1 \ i- in Klinin" :M i > :PT i il 1 : (; I : '.' tlu -II"1'") |'>I M \ uk. i- "If tin wits( hima, ujfht to >," (I''ie.t'.v I II
. . itiiH' h,.. pan. 't.t :Mi' a'1Mr -"I i .!' I )1 1 i i I ) pii\" .!(to."I staivation. 'I'be I )laud\ and Iiii'lePi'.5&lit Anti I
> loli. i tn&r''. i i ,,n, .j!., i i.- i i hiai'etl. hmnew.ii i I ''s nfte' foul. in f"nillI i';us, (the dr\- hl\t: :i dullDatiiolii
\. IIi'!: t "in i \ hid loin n i ole fiom, tin* afne- :mid nioial I to TO anil .1-
Bin. :i n.tul' t.. l.t: -t at, l 'aPintami'i; A. I I'I' I t/, ,1] ; ,..",i. .\i Ijikt. 1'ohi.|H'kaliia's fetid Ameiiia I .
.1',,' "'HI! t \ ::1 I -' %writ limit.i. I Ilitni ay-.ini I ni :
1! "Hie 1 fl it. : l 1 'I 1'1" lams i.iim. I (' ''IUST'1' WE.TIIEH'OIU :
Vii i :%uiif .. i H.: !:!). jl.J;il.-I .U'fV. t'hi' i ti.((1 tv. in i i t I I i I apiani<' and I;a up blanket t weie 'pitwscd, j i .\('( )i i 1)1( .N(. TO i 'i'in I: i.oc' \iif"

.HI,rniuir t.. :Miuini'. ".' .1> d w laiiit \ .i''t.Htli.. "I I tli> \ I ; i Vl it C', mil the, ..nniiii.v. .,i sail - n : .
\ "'. -th I. 'uitiv ( .-. ,, Cold11, ,. become more f1 (JIII.nt] *
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and se\iie ilui in ( l etimbec. |>:\iticu- _. ,
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'M-, *_...ii.' lul.: :. ( ,j.'. . n.t I Mai" : I t n.iit ol the 1 lotI"1 , h.rIin the nifiioi, and noi-tlu" rntales / -, ..
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i.ird .IfeVi /PaVlonn fur, SIMTJI' Mi.i, M t -n: anoidinv to the ipeoids of t thi. I -
,i a.. *'11 :t'... \\l.. Ki , I I .t'k. United SlHti- 1'1'9 '
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i 1.. 'vi i r n-t nf -|'ir- iiiiii.tion ..l.lI-t, IJ.IM, . I II I : (OIIUUN'S! MKI'IClMINSrUKI.S : fit, pa i tn! 'tut of agiitultuie The lo\\ ',.-.

\'.... .. :unl! i. ...rIi milk: 'ii-.ttl., .- daillIiM.ir > I '|>i ml tin I i :' tat temperatuie er leioided al a \ ;:::s...
I.ak,' Vi,.'.. Iairy: :I.h: : I, :'>aint \u 1"1\1\ hi. Bureau station: du nr; thi-, II:>>
(' r twenty-thud <'on-ei'utive flu Ilh,0 I) ile. ,nis bdow zen 111 :=i't"

r.l l K.iir j)i.- in .Avon P.i k I tlv'tt l'i'> :Mi' ( ;I / :: ) I' ,,1\1""', "''ith. lean (omul)y I ninth. ...j'ontia! Montana. Tempeialuiu :> .
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.1. ...)"klllIIft I' hUJIIIt'SIiIt.. the1! .ruul I .lan' 1 i iI ,'\' .- noeltitsv.ll; .be "st .-n from 10 ,1 legic-es! to !,"> degree '
HaL Ilrotn K cto-e tu"cJnnics -. I met, | I Casino theu-i Kurt'i'';ir-; n ill'low 7eio havu.cccuired U1l fcr lout!' Prices 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 Plut War Tax
to pend ht 7 in what is '5
-- I .nij Januaiy aiM central Oklahoma and decree:
Wmfleld of the: University f* nnil $ l I ba. the newest and l best at- bi-lcw zero baa been'noted in portion SEA TS NOW ON SALE -; TRESS NEWS S TA ND'ORLANDO .

Qf Hari'la, van, in Kis.simmce this Mrs* J. Ii. I : ever offtled. by this |"oul.| .i' of Tennessee nnd Noith Carolina. _. .
wecjti"ilJilln ,Walter Bass.! ,;:, ,|k :, I 1 H'tuin:\ ,to, \ : I % The )lowest' 'tunperntuie: ever cxpeVienced ----- ---.--- -- '--
,. '; ,". An |1\( '. hIlt the Oeorgia Cot lon Illos.I coast in De
ofKaipct' ,! ),'iJ, ; : ; I : I I,, ; : \ along! east Oulf : ,,
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. ,. .. tlu'\: I ,. ; ; : i :- Uav.ViI.'ii. A (t : t tilt' month are found .n' 'Iru! .. III '" II.! : 1".1" I "I I I : ., fun ,
I ,' appen' )IIIIOIIgIh. f.1.N"lh l Iul..lll. PIIIJ' noi them \1 hiuurlt11 "
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,n\ A n.. in..tllI""I.I I l I l-'l .\li-s, I i I : s pieiiiiei, )h.'iiilont. ' and ;intti I ,slmhtl\' I less. aboeno, (On t :'i \"ii ,
tin. I 1'\I\'r-il N' ; I I : .his.., Mi I ',\nalon. tin lush! tea ifi. O.-st thi i.mg fiom about' \ -III ,
\'. .1.rr'I'i i !II'i 11 t l I no I a i e 1 lo i\ I I I t : ( -
nf'n. :"ln'r !pMiintsAl' ; hl i Hutu l ) ; ""'" JIM Kills, tenor.' ; hoina-I : ltgIl'l: I 1'. in \tieme' 'ninth tn :id t; ,I.i lt I,, 'f.t, HBBBMB1BBBHHHSK: ]
\'. lyiii' ti'ii'i.' ; ( ulos Joins MiuthI'tist .
mpnv ,at, d \ I I i (Tie' '- ill the
X' in.li..it I I I.i i .ut., lutrli )II.H'\itoni',, ; Plains th. hie-u, iu i\
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Citat;
'< .J I \t.i! 'I'! i>i < .i>; h nil.I fami'y ( ''\11.\ ( , } | .f the
I ) .... votlk i ; I lit I 1110", I tin in,,lit iiuiith ol' Dininbt'iimualh ) ,
irn\ > oJ\ ." I ii' 'in I !"i i "in--lii' d' '. .l ''i, K'inilni'! ) ) nlitivr-. P I '1 lh..; : I .| i : ' an1' -plfiiilnl' ihtMU-, pi i n.11. oiturs funi ,-\ikan-a- andTilllKSll Loyal Order of Moose
-upeili; I, iou .h.'aI pioijiam I Do : ; ""ulhv.III'" to I till') (;illlf ofMcviio
\ fei i,nit .' i,:. i I '. : .\li 1 I I.c.) II 1.\: \ : ; I I,: DitaiNi I ( I I a Kiitii.uul \illi: I In I the I'ailfli (oa-t st iteIhe i -
\VI"I, : iii, < .'>- 1'1 ruti.suui: :;/ > .i.i\" 'in i INI--: ii""t ,' I ( 1 I flUId] 'hn'h: : : i) ihiu )jitiin'; '... lift.11 ,.. -mi ( ) t : ; .\t&). t ty's Saxaphoni1 SI'l.tdll': .. by (),.....mltt.'. u) al'' so..turns.

' i > i.>i M $. : -txlitte: ill no\tlts pii- : with I I <11''qu..nt h'II'I, ' \':s i in I h i eli I II
1.j'I .itiii. MiL' .1.I 1 Bu.r'\\i ... and I :i, I 1.Llon.I ) . i : ,". inil a ..I l 'K'IIg' speitatli. with I '\atnl mountain| distint-, I'I.t.'lIlII & CONVENTIONTHURSDAY

thpi,P' l .j t..h'-: phanit. Iochcl. ,I iii 1110" 'it! ). )) : t I.11' ii.iiipum\ ', Tilesiiit II ft.... I 'tattoo is fn'qul'1| in the lake i"effionildiinir "
| this ,* i'i'kR Kplfii lid mu-l! i- the
of the I Ih."t. I it oicuis tn about hall
... ., and olo nunilieis ,should I dIY". In the} central (dual; Pljm-
i l ), .ki-) ..1..1 i ( hl'i I-.I tl1ln < mXiMiimiiu I II! | : : : i ui'iih pin'i.ini"i nl 'mi i Hot .loii-! ill ('Ii. wstin Texi", most ol A.. i/"ii: JANUARY 4th
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... Ii 11 InVMl'f i 'ttuinniL't southasttin
and ixturie
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< D T.itnii.i tiniiixt ila\ nuompaiiuilliy i I.M: : .. ) Cabfoinii (the avt-i.ft:" mini
Mi l )< kli.Miss ) 1 I.:.u'd, \ : : n\rs : n .vis"I : I .1 with .isuiabli.' am unt, -
'' \\'" .'I"' "., h. h"I'i of liys. me
1 Annit. :>'h.M :.I.\| anti l lhth :Mi"-- I I : t i .. dinai I, \ itduitiun! I in \v 1110 . of 'mm oi snov, is time, 01 le-s ,
] .."IDI' \Vti.otf ,nri: -pi-nilniK" : \\ (;lOll| > : \ : ( I : ) : .uiI' a few 1.1'1\ : ,''u- .1. I .. .Much' iloudy wtjthi.' p' ,'vail- dminj' I II I Ii
< hn>,I'" a. va.'.itimi' in ( 't 'III. with ik:. i I >('umber, fiom (tin uppi i On.ilh HON. RODNEY H. BRANDON
I 1'1..11. \ ..\ i i : I \ '\ ,I'oithu.n I and. '1tIllh'I\\U".r. I
with, th ir l'a..llt"( I ,
111"I, : I _'" I ). ] 1 | i "( is: :Mi 111':1.1': ( OIB1'I :ind m I the fai roithwe-tein mllule ', ;
'"* i M.I""I.I "* i.i i i- in I till- t tu1IM i-l":! I . I I.'.i,, !| ) : VN; ( (.I)UN ItOKKIt) ITSI: b<.ing on aneage lt-.- thi'iI , -
T ntiiu' ".t1IIn s "ic.11' t )ktq'h\ ,.luinio .<'. ..-tovc\\n .ii.. j I ; i ;i : I I )hi i e hllll-: of sii"shine a dn\' MI t tiniition "
1o KiMsiniini: ) i I.> in i:>''I 1 I |i'- hull, 1".. null, 01 : ; : :! I unik I ol hiti, .idiiuiitg I l''hi.' natui' 'l'l'e I'loi i'd.i, p-nnisii'i' an, I, I Supreme Secretary in a great

1:1. : *u"i- iiiniil.. '. i ( ;I'.1'\ \ i j' t ,s i i-f tin. niln I 1.01t'1' f fit..n, !E\I.. I 4'i'! soulhwiste: stalls. on I tin "tl"I u I | ,
iMiMii' ,!L I } \ ; '; ,. rapid sliidt-1 I t'uiin' ( th, hand rtn i' i ompaiatuc I ) -unnvvit'i' ', speech on Fraternal Philan-

M r. mill ;.1) i F>. Mn;!.i- have 1.t iiturnecl .1. n.inin I ,'"J| .> tai' ii t.r( .ihiiig: to t the) Ii-. an 1l\ (01 ige ..cijrht honis ol -"II-hll'" II |
t from .J l.n )ksonvilloh, <-ip thovwem I \ 1 the U. :S.; <1"1"\1'111"1 ('I' dail.\h '. thropy and Sociology.
: to spimi ( hii-inia-. witfi, tinpirentt ; ) : : I I .1 ne I Aifinls of I HMIIS. I ,
of Alt Anna- ( 11 l''i'iiiit't', have )hefii.. alino-i ITIIE l: <'m\ TilE i ( 'ri I> j jM I II IU
r. \\' i....na. : I 13' .....11..1:11': ; and ..hip,1., :,, :' in, I \ :: 1111: nisni': : \I. I II

Mr. ->niJ Mr!'. .1. I It Cii'init( ) ) t iotiniu">l lI ,iv i i. i. '. I ashes of the ('ou it 10..1'1. t OJ I - I LUCERNE THEATRE
I ri>in .lH<'ksonxilliTni's'lnv.I ", / inn' nip i inic'l .I Unlit: ) ... n,.). I I whole t bust l1a\',' been .is I I'h, ii .t tlif u tow, hiionii- -i.i i.: |
i i.v tin u' .IIlUj.'hll'I', :\11".1] !NMIIPound ( 'm"0.| : ,and, Hand i, to be. sulistipjentl\ i llei" "i ud" wil1 II.IM" gnu : I
nn ( i I : III lu, /gi': nunihers in I tlu. I I Cut: whin she j>'lts l.ittel 2:00:() P. M.
I I Ix.1.1./ tUni t ; mfe-Uil l t lejf'ons' of New' \\I\K T hi,. i ud will I I 1'1'111\11.] |

L. Overi.tiiit "jtlth,,!) < u \Vb.) i eass : i Mine I than 100,000 sptiinun-' I A and'a
I Ui" Hay Si id.l > I Io..pitltl( l in Tnnipu I.hl lina.oti: vki. ( (' "pt'i H.- of paiasite*. welt. : i 1'hi. i ad is the food Special Hearty
qturI.iy.' sufftiiiiu' : fiomhat) \\.i- I I \ OIL.1 I aHi i il ; i ( ill this, nlillHlt'1'l dm'.HUT t tin' Hiouirht' I hiuk to IK i inriitlihich :: 1 I
I houg tit to l h.. a1pe'(1I| ) ( ( itill. I -. 1 nl I : of III:!:!. and, thousands. of III i \v to place with a disl-i i iI ,m invitation to all Lodge and Club

memory aq of Ke\euil, otl her> kinds. Wt.I' Is I mighty uniouth '
MI-.H Celeste* Most-lev has 1 been III Members of Kissimmee. Ladies
I \'()t I'iIl to J "-inti'il/ ill this legion
hume from school in Winter Cjanjen} annt plans: of the buriau So legate .lb'aA')
-- :mil went to Saint Petersburg; to ntlend the sitdeil / continuation of this il1'j'j k To their legitimate u-i. cordially invited ; also Civic and

the U-aehera (convention.. the! full to insure, where possible thi11 And the cow will it-cover "
--- --- of That we << of all available benefi I I Without such abuse. Chamber of Commerce bodies. '
Cryde Norton. of the University family in enemus of the past befoic Selected I i
in Kis'inuneo
Florida stopped over .
councils fqr ,. widely distributed --- --
visit bin Miss Klaie Notion
to sister. ,
va.in. and the United States. With Kdwald Uuetchnect, 20 years old. ADMISSION FREE
his to Winter Haven. .
on way niK Father view, what promise to be suc nf Blackhawk county Iowa, has been ii

I. W Scott husky guard on the give> steps have been taken to es- a pig club member. for fcur yea is.'
Unwenity of Florida footbaU team That a one species of these parasites In that time. according reports to
iwKiMimmea visiting: his fraternity sent to the corn borers in the south At the United States department of agriculture .'IZTE"WANTS" i

a .OtrotlUr, Coach Bill Cason.Comr be spread gulf states and on the sug- he has sold $3,000 worth of ,. .. ,.. I
published borer in Louisana so that this iwine. He now has 63 ,head of purebred --- -- ----;--- -- . ..

**. Dtan Joe Sean la home Gazette.. may be present and ready to hogs has built a modern hog; I
fr_ 5VIm3ton, spending the hollI the pest in c.ise the European louse, and uses the feed mixture* uiE i

I, dat-Masimmee. He cxpecU: tot 'j I I .should spread to those. ie- recommended by the state agricuf-( WINNERS

ret'b9u, :the fifth of January.; ,tural college with IrOr. results.j .

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1'KKII) DAIRY COWS' 1'ltt1U' :' KSSENTI:; TOSt 1'REI'ARR tHK MKLDS I IN WIN-'I''I'i

ONL1. TIIK: BEST KKF.II: l ( I'KSSKt'L-' -KHl'ir. -. IJIHWIM, ) : ; i i rEf FOR SI'RI.N(; CHOPS) 1 1 BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

The use of hi h'I'ade' fei-,1 Ii''..i 1 1'1! the ru'.h of your packing and .Winter t is tne best time, the proper i
special effjwts to obtain the maxi, '"njijjinij:: Koason, :.1 1 I'. Otru- UiMweflu ', tu... to break land) for tfeneralspimp j jI CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS)

mum milk pi uetiOI1 in winter, in njt forget: that elifeU'f'lurk' \ in i-rops, according: to specialists e-qstnun dosage
urged upon Florida lairym n by) you i iiroves. The farsighted i grocer 'I.f the Florida Colltiri of Agriculture WOOD. BRICK STONE,
Hamlin L. Iiro\\n, extension dairyman' take precautions' tlgau: )-t the di!'ei I i Too many fUl'lntrlilt' inclined tc \ nr.fs quiik r lie-f to scr tchjirpttiieil -, I STEEL STUCCO
}- efthYilwidtuWgeofAerieultuc."I'iutI e- whieh ire sure to appear next.pring. wait until ju.-t before, crop-planting, / thro..tw.: Cough eases, ,
')' i ithe time when the el<-- The best time to do thi )i" I time to break their !land.) This practice \ hlc-frm clears nway, Inflamed N F. IASS'i :; IA, ( K HASI -

maml for milk i i.1- greatest in thi- during (tin- few wrekswhen, the trees ; ucce-ful farmer'ay' is olti I',js kre soothed Now- be- ::-'-' Htul{ Strut 'oJ'I "i /Spiuuie A'.I .Je

hate and it i i' only I by the wise use of Ill '1'l1Ii"ol'l1Ial1l.1" t tan unwise; and -.me of th..m1'1 /ti re a slight! ci ugh recoriesstni.ut a (l .
iijrh-KTadc fe/d l that theirrtuti--' .-- -, iahsts of the FIr)' ida Kxperimint ;- ray it i is by far IOK >re'ie-ritl] in this : ailr.ierii- biefek; up with
amount of milk can !J.esecure- L 1 according . :Station advise t.iat all dead l or start-.
to this -..pncialist.HecauM d"'-tahdnod 1 he, prureeJ; fiiitn the Thus should Ion, tTc/jjrh time 1 be X--X-; : : -:-". : -: .: -:-:-:-:-.<.) <<-:.<-><;-:-M0'Cflcc' --:-c-> -c--><->:-:.<-x'<-

; low-jcrade-fotd l happen- proc during the? nuN: few \\e-ek\ 11\evil breaking anil pluiitmir' fo' the DR ICINGS DISCOVERY :
he a few dollars a fCh Cheaper i is no :"j< h0"id harbors )iii"<" : and] 1'unt'ii ,- 1 -ul!"; -o !become sealed <': ouirh. t'j per f We Extend I
reason for )purchase. and consumption neniies. Kvuli.I mei.r.ose! loon i nut' Iwudy irerminati) hy the dairy industry. l>rofe"Mi'B'ovms .-.the l tip find pioti-i-tio'- !II'! dead I ti-- : : Ih.ii), t>,' imuch all .

-ny' thi,. is poor economy."A -ui It is nnperuti\ : ",a: thi') \\ (jIoII. -pace which !pre\ent- ..ipiilarii: i the j'I The :
dairy cow converts all of lorfeed >I.< taken nut and di ; ioy, J before In'uJ..tit.101. moisture; through th I IiI I' .

into milk except what is- needed 'I"-A growth starts, because mherwi'e i I-oiL! Ifee"i are planted while tlu I i" ,
lo run the animal machinery," de- the dltease orpani'-ins will) attack l the.tendii 'oil i Is loo.se and before. moisture can I SE.SOUEETIS:' ; : (; ILUPPERS' iI i

e.an>* the extensionpeci.ili! capacity of A rood dairy cow to "p-o- li-i.'iose) ;" will start '<: OJ} the new1Hi"'ih come up. .' I Ij! :

duce wild I in only.! limited by the aivl it \\ill I lit' iiu Ite i: then to In most (-aces. if theo!! i i- not too I
mount of feed and watu- the 'liT) ..d,' : :"y' pi lining./ wet, it i i- well to fji i-oil.) Have the I I LII[' JI I INSURANCE AGENCY f.
f consume in a oil I I 1'\.1\ E
Duality of this feed, the greater w.ll. I''fie!, part of the tut whichho) \\ 1- POm; order that the sul/soil i is notIbrought II I' II IIWe ', E'j'

1 Le the quality of milk produced. t.
  • 1 00 many three-Rallon-a-day cows -hcald be eliminated. Do not leave j The ioestion i is asked. "% hat is : ,. r, <.

    I pet only a one-jrallon-a-day ration. unprotected ( non dis-imecTt-d ) Stubs the value of subsoil ng7": It i is answered __ ____ I e-0" ,..:'O"x" : : : :->-x--H---: : ?4 :} >fi.} i'r:'>--C-: -: : 6,}.:'{ { :.f
    And the dairyman who ) ,'("- 'i 1\ <-n of living branchThi-,,e will by the: agnculturtil/ r-\pert. of .\ - ---- rtmj'fi' .. I
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    feeding low-grade, cheap feed, gets <,.I I.M'1 1 be a sow ce of cr.Iinllnat ill,. the state's university) thl, value I lies, ....... w
    about the Fame result as the man, (Cut the I limbs off i-lo- t-i tIt, brare'i in that -uloilu"k/ up and -- '---t '

    who tries: to run an automobile) vvitr.- 'i]' noily of the tree. 'r '.e cut surfi--i- lumen. the earth to a j greater depth Ii.DILL)Iad.. ..It'It\I) : 'I\I.,I'I"-1':" ,. ,'D'!, '.1,1,1''N-,'., I' t ". "dtl'IV k' ;.,1' ,.. JH ,
    out aso1int', I4 )h"uld) not be at eight Mi ,( with ne, than it i i- iMilinaiily broken, thusrnaUinjr manufacture any size'l
    "On the other hand, there are too a.xi< of the pruned \Mbi.i.!' but parallel ; po sble! a iuml: >t-i' "f advant- tombstone. Buy direct Stat fertilizer Insecticides Sprayers Poultry Supplies
    many poor-quality cows used a* dai- to the axis of tlit latent braiu'c.Tiii ) ; fcgeThe rootof the plant can I Honest Goods Fair Price* Prompt Shipmeol|)

    ry cow Dairymen) : will profit by will (five n lariri. ,. ojr'l; but I n triow deeper and l thje.'jrt- a !betteifcothoIU ,save agent's Ask Your Nl'ljthbar-1I1' Known
    commiSSion'l
    killing their nciubfi and beef cattle wI'1, /) without u stun, fmnt t1.) : !<) and to.T' !'. in/ contact it 'th ) a t ; 1ALL: PRICLLl.!
    I UL1-OKL! Rll1G.E. I ;.
    for beef and feeding the good milk target) cuts with Some m",!.tu.e-proof r t..ore l 1'l1fJt': food. Ha -pan.. 'are L ,k.1 Write us a.line. [

    t producers to full capacity with high-i cove'iiif)( so< that disease cannot enters I: en, which permits the drainage of ..ex 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., J.tVioimlle, Florida h
    quality home-mixed dairy feeds." f i and so that evaporation from( ) the cess wat :'r from the surface and,' on LAKELAND MARBLE AND

    According, to many reports this \\ 00,1 during the healrlrtK.Plogess) : will" ,the other hand, permits water tose. ) __ 'U __ .. ,. __ _ ._
    tate ig at the l threshold of becoming! 'i -prevented.. '. ,j'> > ,({rom lieiow by. capillarityin ,dry sear ---- .

    one, .of the ereateft( dairy .states of i Pttltingwif, sro; the"nation.-' : The only obsta'I ,to the,*' i preventinK'tneivnuousf-oiseasesj e (net\):",Jan ges tof'ble: aking'the Urfd I ,.
    Btete'a 'cros inp" that threshold is the'111'! grower may not think that he. has ahead! of timtA.5 the plant food I *
    use of and the proper care of pure-: \ ;r'e to ili> the \voik 'i' .' nut wh.: "' t'/j'iwr-iil.ile" \t'.." \nl.l. matte} eltn ' I VKBfKN: : Prop i. tor

    bred, hlg-h-grad dairy: cattle. :L. '::.-. as-.o appears,, . "'. j..h I. \ i- i.nil l I i- it:-,sOiVI.1.! t bit in-: II &- I' Lakeland Florida A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION
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    I h I ..hi n the tinii1.roi : ,ii'.i\: II./v.'M : !r. "I"< Hntae'e' I i -ifKISSIMMEE .'
    \O(' CAN HAVE L.\KK; IK.\CII .- - > If': :" i .1 ;, n ,.,V.f .' '. l i
    1 CHOI'S i\-I""I'EUS: ( Hut KII.I.IM.f fT ' -HI.I I.1I I. "d"'t'l I - -
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    I Y ______.__-_ -, -- -- .- - t PLUMBING: i
    Why dovi- nut havethe |HK'I !" .i.l I fn ,lliuno-,' .., >. .t i t.l,.iii IIHIII 1':,- (r.HK \ I FBI\ ( II \HIT! ) i I
    crops we 111'1"to\ hale i-i our hon. ,1" --i eclmmuull-d, j: nrfiv.iii! ,? SHOP f I RESOLVErO STAKT THE NEW YKAK:
    orchards here in Kluridu?! )is .1 '1"-, i tank )i-- hell' .' ii'im,, f./.. p.'i-i" jf-av I.Is h'r!" : ; ; \ t. v'l l
    .. j- CMf'j' > 1\< I" I j'.', 'I.- ni'-t' tui -- HKiHT{ ( ; HY '
    tion that woirie-1- mAnor" our farmers 1 ( "i, arekilled." \ I DEAMNC: ; TIlE IDEAL) 11 .11' -
    thatacientisl. .-' i"I( i Lgl/ (-rl.V .' n Mate" :None: .
    < ;J"iii J- II I Nothing Too Big
    ) and practical orehardi-t : ili-nri-e, fiiliii} .' .'lane, l.ii'l a *111I.? i :fri< iiit, I time thaii ( ASH: ; AND f) CARRY PLAN.SAVE .
    thro** t the' subject place., tliieiison % nilore-1 1"0'0'0" : >:! iit.s t of Do I Nothing Too Small
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    upon | | >- '. ;< 'O-la, \\no" I .*rI.D -. ' "' I Io '
    I for the reduce 1 peach Kips,,, .si Vt'! 1 ; "moue" Uie- -i :..f -'mill' IS i- ,VIII-Alum' /lia>- )ii ud: l uvt) ihiitten; bun-' I I MONEY
    the door of Insect entmii Mill |.1... ; t.iifur. thi- 1'1.1'1.- o ii! .t hd.JII'I.f"'y l pOI Unn of ; 1

    /11ee8PPP. ... ,"uji 'lion I'. t.ir.. i i'i.': ] j." .ii-. ,t qdn| lie- :1.1I'--alld. from .eta.l!! 'ao on up All'Orli! : (,guaranteed' I I I I WE WILL HELP YOU KEEP THISRESOLUTION : ;
    ,j".ili-r ithid. ; and /
    Speeiahtslof, t thtI'loritla; IxpC.: |< 1111. .Ife : ) rate uireailj I IJl.
    irt (
    1- itivias t eao.tn 'i iiient Station )hair thjifollouini) I Jlnv ;. i To He Satisfactory !
    i ; not, lit t the hoJ:- lie arsun.l loft I
    I in regard to Funic. oC the thnj. '., :li.ir Killed before) i..nK: in Ui< I ; pile iif (-" r c oi.c -;Jvaiileclfort t
    which'keep cur )IIPM h yields)<1 down, r> aIling) bairi'l or tunK This )maktiljem t'r.e. -i-ii-ty. )has, Ii..d I: eitl'uit in /live i :-;'
    a minimum : i : luti-dito" tlean. i : in ohen( i.lout.a( ricficit, uliiib i 15 Broadway : Telephone 14.'J: I

    The time ta Ciinl't( the diif.---) HOI. shot or killed ;by.rikinjr) \\ !r.-. ri.a" i II, o.i-r I ) -is thuu'-and dollars.. I
    a'll I '.\hi) ., h the -oruttb ir haul
    <,f the pe-uch i iiso short that prompt or hammer ove-r tne tr.nn, Him. 1 > nit -
    an ins
    action )is ne( (-$ in order: to lo. I'"- to meet riffi/ie. lilt' \ !lu-"- ,-f I the pr' -.- NOVELTY WORKSANI I>
    saiy .
    thin )ble-d; l, do not bk-t-ii '.ell.!] Kill \Instlcking I ILl"IBER
    ficient woik. In addition to the s, <.ninsectK the meatill. I mean i )ki-; ,i-ir, vein' Ideal Grocery and Dellicatessen V
    and the root-knot crKtim-m-': )hI ttr l .lu,1( no\\ tliiii.t'.n.: tiiuairht of the I : YARD I .
    the peach linn c-.ver.il funtr" enmieK. HomeSue! ii-ty i i- tuirnri, t. ( 'lit )i-t-na-. I
    I ee I ;al1IoQ! i-ntii-i'--. : l. <-j"|"') fm !ICIpl II
    Among these Lie, Di-matiun .. I:1"! t th"1 I'- t thi) only da;; Alien "-
    .., :. nfve.-k-< beloreKilniifr.} TiniN ,- I 1 11 Hi BROADWAY
    v.-hifh i.- nut waIdly indicated. by .. e-Tii !1'I "! t i make thi- r--a; and lat.1 : GOING
    r "]wttinof| the Iwil's. and Inpluda; :ii fii! . o. 'iiadi' i ujiiliii tablimi} )

    \\ ).,ich, causes H ({Uiiimin}; of the t trI\ 1 1.i n'it' foe 1 for _', .I'ji'- 1.,.[".i |p\, AI. 111'11"1al'p? \ .,1 :s I < uiir! ant I ; .
    "These two fungi lull tlie IIlafH: 111' )J., dll1ll' nit I i.y .hi -n }ii l'\- ILltfor., for TO I
    nii'l' consume the cnerifv( of the t tree.I itcd I l I'< I IIII--IIMU- liimntioti- II."""-"' -from' [

    I They may *be. controlled' I by spraying\ .1.Jl'irshould"-I I In. fore beini.niii -l....< jittriil.Ii .'x. ' .".:idjab ., )nuke: :.1' Lull.-/ ,. "Jol-i BUILD I'-' -. ... --
    with, n olutif.n) ) ut 1 part of comni< iial si-li artil\ C.n'i.\ "--iiii/-, vo'ii u |nuili-) -'ic-ii--' ) i
    -ni- to ct It i -na iJav /
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    lime-Kulpliur to H or 'Ii> !pal I. "f 1.- \>ui/i.< i.V (d.-! Jl-ni/rj. Kiwanis) I
    I '
    rt fU-ntv' of ii'i1 a\aij..i> for (\ .txiijiu ;- I
    "It'r. This btroi)' .solution must n..; i.ij.I ,11: \.I'.,, I' 1"1'1'1, ./.TJI.'I-, ..j{ i VCI1 11I IIlNt( ;
    tin nn-nt. A tiirlt/ I.I.K Ir i ni-i I
    l he' applied when the l It a111,1 )lo-- ," ,:ll n i"; t tie-l: -t: !f. Till.- ,"I'|>|"ie-d] t M foiI I
    thi .'. tioul
    : \ !Inn c packing n.i.' IDY-!
    sums, are \I"< ,ent. The sit me spmyvill ,. I rat iie.\ : oo>(- t/i/'ij. 'ii,, ni > :(.1: homeless! I i OURFRIENDS
    ) t-ln' II
    \ rend pnirtici' !m !11. M; I
    \ control, San Jose .,'al(. Hnit! (,, '" the aft'-niOKii. i and .p leliil't.i} ', i nil f",- ( I-I.I-) ji/y-boxe.-, i >XJLlt KINDS
    n- i liiii iinn -- ,
    matte' lime-sulphur is apt| to In- weaker for tin KKldi"i' p,.' I..IIK-, (I' the OF* I
    t' ill., ',-, 'da, t''ie- !'
    \I 1';( la ; } t'\ cart i--
    SiKit-y:. 3i': Jack) n-, ill! ..', I 1'. I
    than the lommeici): )>.duct. (Ct i in n
    i Jo I-" ii cool, sen-lit j loom "\ .
    "All dead sickly i lookinj, twig ,,' 0::.. 'II-I CLUMBERCypress -
    Tliis gives
    ux-'i'-: nine" n an -
    branches should l i 101' priitn-d out ,, Tn- (i-ood u peoj'li: i ..J! TUroiintv, "" t :
    atluI rlb: I M.it, to e<('al'" jrii t hake I"o".lh -' :', AND: J
    burned I bead, \'. noil harbom not not; . .Irg-/ i d to'a'; .n 11..1' i otiti iljtion.Hef
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    -,1'iK} ), \11 .U.ri in I.UK'llHi -
    fungous. disease s l but also ID-K ; ,.II'I' ni'ji.ey: t.'i ti.. j-tate e-a.Mirer, K. I Pine and Cedar.
    \ ('cvlr.gtun42S St. June :
    pests.\ : : Huliilm, CUSTOMERSHAPPY
    -III f" Ihut all M nut.! Ii( at hate.iped '!
    Jo.lonVlle-tat( :.f1 1 ,
    ( Di/j/luation. 1'01'I
    I frol1tl1l' III' at uefnvc apjiiv-: I
    )
    FOUR AIOIIK DAYS "JO) (;ilCT: \OI' FJ -alt. : I I' liildri) to Iall uc. )Yhtftf, state .u- We make Window and Doorframes
    r.ff I iierintinelt-iit, (the IIdd... .. A
    at same -
    1923 At'TOMOBII.K KNSK: T \(, 'lhuk 1 hams and shouliic, : >-, e-peciiil- -
    and to send All joy ioibarrels ofritpplies
    y .1 thl''lIth..1' i i-> v arrn", areliabl'; ,)
    License tags for the > ear I Ixj.! :, U' -our next to the )hoot' u.'ile-FS plenty I: to 1 I'.iOl\ Ki\tiiido avenue!, .
    should !la. on the cain. on January of HIis I used.Information!. Jacksonville, or to the \Vest Fc'l'itlaChlllren'l !
    first. Comptroller Amos has issuedstatement j jIi I on homt'-( Urinll of I < Home, F\enth avenue and '
    the Jordan street, I'c-nsaiolu.] ]1'0 it nowJjIIi'eb..forl All kinds of Interior Fin AND
    covering? points 'nec puck may be had,) for the asking! of '
    essary! for the guidance of automobilists the College: of Agriculture; Gainesville I : you forget.
    All
    I --- ish. kinds ScreensLet
    and he makes the date when newtaps Florida. Ask for Extenson Bulletm I Work on the biology-of clothes PROSPEROUSNEW
    are due an emphasized point. > 11.Louisiana. I' moths the
    aa affecting, brush and fabric -
    also the applicants to us figure '
    Jfe urged industries has been one branch of your YEAR
    aign their names legibly, as fregul'ntI| farmerB received over I investigations of the bureau of entomology Entire House Bill ,
    1 delay is caused by indecipherable I $45,000, according 'reports to the II of the United States depart .
    i signatures. Applications United States department of a'gricultur.e ment of agriculture. Valuable infor-
    may be made through the local through the co-operative sale mation has
    been obtained.
    An addi-
    representatives or will be sent direct |[ during the spring of 1922 of 19OOti tional service in this field has been ROBT. RIEDEL CO. V: Tony& COMPANYKISSIMMEE
    from Tallahassee upon request. The bushels of lespedeut seed which had the co-operation with the army and
    r time short for those who have nQt J I been grown and gradEd according to pavy by furnishing: information re-
    attended to this matter, and blanks'] methods advanced by extension
    rtrdinK the !
    susceptibility of various
    if should be filled out her to,.save time. f 1 1f. workers. fabrics to 'motb, attack. Novelty Works FLORIDA :

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    4' THE KI331MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.: FRIDAY DECEMBER !It..1tU, "' *J! .


    ''I 1. ADVERTISEMENTS AW OlblANC "I in thi* Circuit Court, lit and for ..PREDOMINANT .ig.iuL '!,I,

    LEGAL : I Ol* County, 'orida In O OFMI AT i-rij; :
    An Ordinance AmetidlnV: ,Sections Mary L Complinant ...r.u.1"Kmma FL IA CITRUS "KXCHANGE lEW FEATRES

    11 the and Ill of the. Revised .OrdinanC. *0 .one.et .1 Re.pond.nta Bill An (By Mooes Folsom.) '1
    Cityof interesting .
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    tJ: Circuit Court. ITth Judicial. Circuit."jM I def Moses K.. Barber deceased, or Oth; dUDty.' ".rtd.by Kilmm. 0..1 J* \' Tto. PbleaUol. ...k'. roettinc of fetur o Success in industrial, commercial ,
    .. I W. ,Eby.i ? COP AnimaL.If living, and ton of th* Otms depnc upon ;
    KliMtnosry-'Milton._ >< onu4sJnant scrlVed:1: To -Tbomas< Wihin., tho Limit If dead all parties claim Things New
    versus J. L. Ovcrstreet -et and If dead,"'nilpart l 'R.ld.IIC.UYlnK. .KU.lp W /tf. ,I I hog Interests under' Emma was A talk, br:K. E. Brorion. horticultural DinK Things in New Doing ,'.
    1. Respondents: Rill to quiet title. t.r"lt. under Thomas Q."Reld. 'deceased -IT.'ORpATJfBDrBr..':,.THE" ceased or otherwise In the.on. I", expert the Exchange SupplyiUompany Ways. Teachers ;
    rder of Publication. or otherwise In the .CI'T: # property here COUNCIL oj THE CITV | H\-OUI n, in a vociferous
    Ns>tlcs to Non-residents:* The State. inafter described: To Homer Rum. : I.Uv.n. ani.ar. d.*il. all MrtleValalmIns I relatloip I to the danger parents and misfit members of boards 1
    f Florida' to: If living, and If dead all parties claim- .8IMMEJ I .. under H. H. GIUen de I of black fly Invasiosif groves of education insist "
    All parties calmIng; Interests under Ins: Interests under Homer Rumsey. : That Sections 174 and ITS ceased or otherwise, in in this that their ehidr
    {nry. Overitreet. deceased or othervis decobsed or otherwise, In the property of the Revised Ordinances of the City hereinafter described prp.rt. ,i at. ar. evidence.. and grand children Ihal be
    ..- 1 la the property hereinafter described hereinafter described) To Charles H. 1 of 'Klsslmmee Osceola County. Flori property described In the Bill of Com Whieer no of the they were. There ,too often, 'J
    I : All parties. claiming; Interests Cary. If living, and all partiesclaiming da,. be and the sa.me are hereby amended plaint and referred to In this, order prescenceijn$ at this time of premium, in public 1
    i opinion
    deceased. d.ad to read as follows: to-wlt: this being
    ( UnderA.! W. Leonard or Interests Charl M. it Is considered
    otherwise, In the property hereinafter Cary, deceased or otherwise, In< the "Section 1T4: IMPOUNDING. The Beginning <5 feet South of the parculr' pst 'a half of a century Uro the. .
    ...described: All parties claiming. Interesti following described, property which I. Chief of Police or any P"IOI .may Northeast Corner of Lt One (1) hi&hly precautionary time. .
    under Mary Overstreot deceased the property described In the >-f Impound any hor.t. mule, frost of Block of A. Math. b taken to prevent iU en. One does not need to look back
    or otherwise in the -property hereinafter Complaint and referred to 111 or bull steer cow cattle, or hoes ew.' Addition to the Towl of KII" trace importations from, coun
    described: All parties claimingi der. to-wlt: In running at larire at any time within slmtnee ,City. County. in which black fly is existent many generations withoutseeing our .'
    i Interests. under Martha A. Tyner deceased Beginning at the Corner the corporate limits. The Impound. Florda; Run West feet forefathers living in log cabins hew.
    otherwise. In the. property fouHIf"A.t ing shall be city pound. thence 11.6 Vice-president D. C. Gillett emphasized lug down
    [ or of Ll Foul ( "J" foutl 82.5 ; thence trees rolling logs ,into piles
    5 hereinafter described: All parties of W '. Addition to the ( IWO'he ON IMPOUNDING Hast 14.68 ; thence North the importance of the matter for burning and
    folaltrilntr Interests. under Stewart: Ty- Town of KI..IRm.. City Ouceola When any Is 1mpound. the 82.58 the point of begin presented by Mr. Bragdon, and on his breaking up new
    .
    land
    Chief of with rude
    4 ncr, deceased or otherwise In the County, a. according to the Polc. .hal ning. motion it was decided that a low draw by oxen.
    the Flori
    property hereinafter described: '''Iif Official .Plat < and recordedamong sary thl ownei" I known, You. and each of you are hereby Their clothing was coarsest,
    ; parties claiming Interests under Vlen. the IH.0 Records. of Ornnge I and If unknown pout not less commanded and required to to da Citrus Exchange shall co-operate material they traveled
    ,
    lift J. Yat.... deceased or otherwise In [Florida. Run thence i than three, noticesone at the clerk's the bill of complaint In this appeal on to the fullest extent with on horsebackor
    i tbe I property hereinafter described. : North C06 .U' feet! : thence \Vunt orlce. ono at the city pound and one or before the let day of January Plant Board in the'Stt in stages or sail boats. Think it
    All parties rlulmlnir Interests und..rJack.oll 147.S8 .. .. South 07.6S feet. other public pl.ce. giving de- U. 1023.Witness. A efor t seur over and it will not take long to run
    r' Yates, deceased or otherwisei thence Kant 147.58 feet, to the scription of the .nlnli. and requiring the Honorable C. O. An necesaaajy: through (the down the list of real things our forefathers -'
    i the property liurelnnfter described: place of beginning. the the owner to .lhln the next drew., Judge of the above Court and Federal Horicultural' Authorities.
    i All parties clnlmlnK Interests under South .67 CS fe.t-t of lx.>t H'III ot Said four dayi and red..nt th. .... If my name as Clerk and the seal thereof While output the Seald- enjoyed compared with the. .
    'Ulvlna: V. McLiauKhlln. deceased or Hlock 'J"-' the ow"nt r wishes. to content the Jus at Klsslmmee. "' this. present.
    otherwIaV In the property hereltiafteij You and each of 'TOU. are hereby tice of the Imp.undln" or tho amount day of October 1922.101'141 231'0 sweet grapefruit and oranges so far Suppose no improvements had been ,
    j escrlbeil All i>ai'ties l.ilmlinr iitereats -' conitnsinded and required to nppeur to of fees or .hr Ina.l. on the same, J. L.* n\ERHTHEET. Clerk this season has been about 50 per made, where would the world be to !
    i under henry Mcl.nuKhlln. deceitsd : fthe bill of .umllnllt In this cause on he may within the said tour (Circuit 8.al cent in excess of last year the
    i <. or otherwise In ttu property hereInafter or h.f"r. the Ittt day of Janunry A. days uppcal before the m."or. who Uy Bullock D. C. sion of markets has e1pan- day? Do not talk about the old be
    r described : All |>nrtlM. clHlniinterests shall btar und d..rml".. th. matter KRtlinS & STEED fully kept pace ing good enoua-h.
    tnor unvrc t\Vltnns. th,' Honorable. I' An "'h"1 owner Minll applv for the Solicitors for Complainant. 47-!>t with the gain, according to reports I Kissimmee is doing things is
    .
    *tr L propvrtx livrelnartiT described: All\ my iu>ni.- as Clerk and the seal, there Niitlmnolorj I evidence ot ownership to MACTEarS: ""I..:. last week's meeting. i j ther a progressive element
    [ tryng
    J parties clulmlnx. Interents under Mury of. at KISKlmmei*. Florld.i. thin 2 iU the Chief of Police the unlninl (.hall be In this I to do, but.they are
    [ S. Htonsot.. dvcensed .>r other hue In d.i>' of October A. I.. IfcUl' released upon pa> tnent of the follow Under and J'l,. of of I connection general sides some who insist on the old being good
    .r.dd
    hereinufter, d."rlb..d.r . log fees: l-'or ImpoundliiK'any, foreclosure manager, George A Scott
    i this p"OI"H'U'[ J. I* OVKRSTKKHT. Clei.. bull. 't'u.n a.nd en presented
    ___________I All |iurii.-M clnlnilnir, 1..1..1'.111. titxlerAlice1 Circuit Court Seal) Threw nnllr.: for impounding any tered on July by the HOI | an encouraging review of the enough. :
    T, l'It'r. deceased or otherwise In By 8. H Bullock I I' C cow I horse ass mule, sheep, Charles (,. H. of the Circuit of hia force accomplishments -I People cannot be great without being "..
    r ( the property hcrlmiflcr dencrlbed.. All KRir.BS & HTK1CU.: goat or hog*. Two lsilisrs.;I Kor fped- Court In and for Osceolii County. of northern busy and accepting rcspo'niiibili-
    nrtleHluimlnn IntcrcstB under Flank Solicitors for Complainant. 4 7-ft hug hot'ts's. IM""" ,.s.i" r"t e.e' " ,l l'lorlda. In. Chancery. In a certain representatives. As customary, the ty. Inaction is as fatal to
    r' .. TVII.T. deceased. or otherwlsn InLthe ------ for "C'I r.d. Fifty" Cents; ;; for f.edln K ."I Court pending wherein product of the co-operating citrus mental and ph'sicl.
    property' luTlnuftr Ueacribi-U: AllI IN CIRCUIT COURT. 17lh JiidlclAl per hend for each r.ed. John "' "< Edwin R. Wilson nnd (I. of Florida is moral growth as it is to
    growers meeting
    I;parties caIuIng hitej.-Ms nnd. r Mary Circuit. In and for Osceola I'ountt. Twetatyt1Cents.. For writing andposting -". Lcmlnon. as xeoutor.h"- last great :allow a building to stand vacant. The
    .1. O\..,r..tr<-et. U"'C"mm-d. or .tth.*rwtb. Florida. In ." \'. J. M. Hannell three notices of r3In fifty will and testament of Thomas Wilson, competition from the fruit marketed man and the things of wood
    tin tht properly herd iuuter .1.crlb..I: C >mplaln.int.ersus Hvelyn I> Uirrlnfrton. cents. For the auth.f I .i..H..d. were con1platntyts-i-i----; ";byspeculativeagencies but the prestige -1 become decrepit and useless. rapidly
    .' prtuH dllmln. l"t..I. under S 't 11. Hesponcients: Hill to Iweflty-tlvacejta. an4--for--e4vc_. Uiur K-.D"/an. Pat Johnston. Kl..- of Sealdsweet continues to maintain
    Al. LlKhtney. . ( or olh..r", I .. In quli-t title Or.l< I ,'f Publication!, The the cost of the M.inie'Hnctlnn ; .."Imm.. pan). hue T-'My.-Rand its dominance. I Columbus had a good deal of trou
    ) hereinafter ileeerhbd. Ber- I 75: SAI.1J. It Jinv\ tnlmiil, William 5. Potter, were Ir..nd- ble was rebuffed here and there before
    All. 1"1"1'1't"hnlnl& 1"t..r..t.. under rig. and. If dead, all parties Impounded bliull not be i.d..m..d at-- ants the undersigned will ol.r for "Up to last night," said Mr. Scott he found to with
    1':. K, IlrUWI. ed. or olh..ls.! elalmln Interests under Eol> n cording t" these -ctlon. the Chief sale and ",,1 t< the highest best "14,237 cars had moved out of the him anyone agree
    tn In1i i proPerty" licr.*iunft. I d..rtt..d. I>. Rerrlntttiiii. decased. or otherwiseIn of police 8h.il II Hell I at pul.tl.auction 1 hidder for cash In front of the Court state which it is is about I and equip him for 'oyag
    All piirlloHl.titnlntf Inl"I''I' uld.r the property hereinafter described.hurry at the city pound. .rl.,' Id".I"n< 'I IHOUM. door in Kissiinmee. Florid. l he- estmated. n turning point in modern
    10dwar K. Itrowti d-rud. t. other- Arlman. If 1\lnl. and dead the mi1* not leKi than 1..lly- < ." the legal hours of .sale oti the 3.7; percent of the stte crop. The exchange -j Morse had his griefs histor.
    wlac in the proprt> h.-relnahhi-r dt-- all parties -.... .I under hourn prior then-in In toiii. newspaper It.: day of January, 1923. the follow had sold up December 20( | beror
    scrtbcd All partle ""lmlnl Interacts Harry Artman.:deceased or otherwiseIn published In the city. described real .estate situate in nearly as many markets as were soldin people willing to in his efforts -
    uid.-r Martha J. Uro.n. d..cl..d. the I" hereinafter de.crlb. : DISPOSITION OF PRfX-KKI;i The ".ld 1'.01. County.). Florida to-wlt to tryout the telegraph. Field .
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    nth..r.l.l In the proper>' h.r.ln- which In np.rl' property .. Chief of Police Shall pay Into '. Cltj .\1 of Sections. eighteen (10), t".n.t. the entire season last year many I crossed the Atlantic ocean twenty
    I
    af.r. " -wtH under O.iId Ju..I.". .a. t.) In thl. order to-.I: i>n> lnK for the feeding ((2d nnd thirty CD) : nil of sec fruit has not known before. get money
    -d. or othrrilH tri thpropeity h.r. .. qunrl.r of the ni.'KK.MPTlO.N: If oxn.-r shUlulve : fun thirtv-two (32) except the North. to lay the first cable to conne .
    S 1nafter.orib 1 : All | urllc.. elalH- Northeast qyurter of Mectlon Thirty ,witlefuctory proof of o"" '.'r..hlp Southeast quarter Through advertising and aggressive the continents. Stepherison ;
    Ing Inl.r..t.( undvr Nile J. Johnson TuwnHhlp t..nl.-n.. South within twelve ""nth. after sale. the 'of said I uto.'e; all of section thir I tales methods we have found markets I diculed when .he said he could r.
    .nmetiiri .t> l led l ".'"han"oii." deotns- Range .., 1'151. Osceolafount net --procetl or imlc. .after p.t: ini; all ty-four In Township for big grapefruit, and have created his locomotive mae .
    *'d. or oth,*rwtite in the property li.re- \ Florida fees and ex enAe.N. .""I be to South Range 8 Ea.t.rHS a demand for sizes that in former [ run twenty
    matter "1orlbert. : All l>rtin claiming You. In'" each of ) ou. are .hersbyr.qulre.i him otherwise they .hnl .-plo to 1:1 S. CADEt hour on a track of iron rails. .
    Int..re81. und.r l.redertek It H. Hrown.tf to appear to the Dil of Complaint the city. Special JI&ter In I years were considered unsalable. the steamship Savannah first Wen '
    In" In.l. If dottd. nil parties t'led In this cause. the ruleday PKNAI.TY FOR STOCK RUN'NINJ Business Manager C. E. Stewart, the Atlantic it !
    dalnlh'l I. $utercsta under f"r.d..rlk 1C.: In -l.-inujrj: ...m. being the let AT LAIUIK: Whoever owning or hainT \ FLORIDA REPRESENTED AT 'jr., in his monthly' report gave an in- brought back a pam
    S. Bro n dcca..td. OP "th..r.I. In du> of January A. I>. 1023. Witness charge of an) horse mule, ass. LIVESTOCK SHOW J ILLINOIS outline the phle with arguments by a wise man
    the piopt-rty lfri'lnaft deiscrtheJ the Honorable C. O Andr.w. us. JudKeof ; K*>at. bul. ftteer. cow or other cattle 1 : terestiol of general .th-i- England that it would never be
    Ail claiming 111.r..t. underMary the above t my as or hOI. a the anine to fto at organization since possible to the
    10. cross Atlantic in
    1".1. if livtnvr.t and.. If flerk rC i"n. I I Three men and two club boys are a,
    Mol' - an l the gui. enl tt- Ur. the meeting of the directors. Mr. Stew-
    < ea M l* cni ed. 01sos. l n. tl! to the f .- al ship could he made
    I"I' I"rl"n. J < or fees 'hl<-h .null be necessary bion work of Florida at the International ': to hold enough ,
    otheruls- the property / li.r,'lniittt.r J. F. OVitlNTRiivT. "I.r'! to releuHe such stock I If I Livestock conference in Washington last week coal. The elder Vanderbilt began life ;
    .rlb..I.) | All p&rlIcs cluluitntc lnt -r- 'CircuIt Court Meal) same.. were Impound Hut no [, ..h"1 I Show in Chicago, ''of the National Council of Co.opera- sail .
    running boat
    eistJ! u n.1.r Mary J .1.,". U hlu By 8. II Bullcck. I'. 4'. shall lluble to prosecution winning free trips for meritorious .tive Marketing with a to do trrand. .and
    nil parti ..>mlnv intrrcntM Knines : theHti sections. If Organizton. packages between New York
    and. If d.ul. I .fT"t n. the 0.1. hax beentaken work in their respective counties. I I car
    which the
    under M.ury J Nflttori. ilo cite.1.] for tip and Impounded I Citrs Island
    4 ? 1
    ,.I"'II.r, ffr a-.irg .it For
    ''' winning first honors in
    h 'rrin- lllTKe. I is relations though
    lit friendly as yet
    ir olh.r"I.. Ih. rrupol' -- testate on 1 Instances could be multiplied of
    dverrih.ed. ** (-lilnui7i., rinuit, Court. I'lli ( itFillupFrom; and fat barrow contest Daniel .
    After l Al 'I."rto. .11",1* 'lrult. r trtp.s- there have been no toward
    interest uld'r l < '. Tu.Ilh"i <1 1M "- I In, H.J, I.r I f! ..nl. u rd iK-k. t if 11 v i n tr. hi nd. t If end.I .til tilu In t'lunriTV "IIn. M llullnx.I'onrpl.tltiikiit duty of tile c-leiK to kep rord oral of these free trips. For the i I rect better the world.
    tnt r..utit under . ". Block. I raising Dr. J. H. Ross president told of
    parties < lutmlnu \ .MHM' 1 11\1.. -tlU Impounded In th- 'Ity of I 1 There are new and vital phases in
    harltH Tow ntih.nd Mur.l( ok. drufi- Itespond'-nf-: : ".d. or oh h .IMIin I)I.e property lien Order of t lu"1 itl.in, The $ .it.' .r hy kind jr<-nd..r, <1"Mh tn.nki: < and bushel cost Don Miey. Hillsborough marketing in staple products, as transporation. l.nltation _
    luaftcr K'ther i county shares the t. illumination many
    wife of <*harlea If dea,l. with the |' tr brought out at the Washington con thing
    Inter..stunder th. "I parlies. talmlnl 'irit.'ratsunder name of the fl.tuun mentioned club before us. Life is
    I
    becoming
    l'owni.licl Miirdtx-k. tf ni". If ll\in r.Hiid. ,, lalH. .1..1.! .r oiherw known and the 1 dip"Niiion nja.i.o. thestock i boy. ference. It is estimated that this year sive intensive and exen-
    nil \ I in- lue In the ,, The state fair ia,sending two complex.The
    .und
    tf county will be inatketed co-operativ
    tercMtH tinder th, 'Ir. ('1:1' II. Moore If l, ltg.an.i . .ol.rl.d therefor Such record to '>e agents to Chicago because the pig thee of man who sits on the tail of
    I if I "l <* -.1. If all between 100 and 200 per ,cent more_ "
    MurflooU d.-nit.
    Tow n I"'ld uny .. parties. In- n th.foi of which their modern pr and shouts
    cltminl "onl. of
    counties
    or x>t hi \\ !I... I In the pronrl\| herhi- tere.. under < 'l lzurg II . .-",_ shall be [' d h> the t-lre-t ,'om- I cubs won first 1itho,, agricultural production of the and through lcsl "W '.,
    after itt-acrlbfil Alt partiex cllmlno ed. <, otlierw>ise. In the property luruiruuiftvr .- mIlls ". J places in the state contest. country than in any preceding season. megaphone crel ot '.
    und-r I.onMi' Morr.. l 1.- described: which In the tiroi. HiPORTIV; STOCK 1.- I These agents are B. E. Lawton Madison rural that what was good enough ) hid
    Int.r..at.. i lVlnl. and. If dead all parties.. |\ ert) d..rlb.d In "th..BI of Crnlajitand ;; the dot). of lh.CiI.'f of 1.1.1 ..h',1 any county, and R. L. King, AUchua- I i The mater of a better system of Mr. father is good enough for him is getting
    claim ,' .. under TooftldaaMorreaif referred II thl. order to-"It.to"thhl "ol..mal hn,>ounr'n"' .. to report I ( .110 was touched upon by much into the back number
    l.iweon. r..I..d. or 01'- | of Northwevt tiuurier ,:.n. to .1'' within twefltfour )- |' county. I will be remembered by'many i Uoss, who regards the outlook therefor class,ver! most places and ice shouldI
    .1_. In the property . described. Norlh.'et Quarter of Houtliw hours after, the same Were Impounded these same counties won'the'same I there ,
    All purlieu .Iimlnl; Inerrstsunder est Quarter of Hect-lon 1'ourteeii, on bl"nk. to !h.. furnished by honors last j as exeedinlly encouragina. in -in Kissimmee. "
    th<' wife of oonld.is. Inrr..au ToXvnshlp Twenl-five SoUth the city for purpos., Inc all )'el. being a distinctly I
    1s.w'sonl\ any.t\ livlnic. and. .I..d. Kange T..n1\.nlnl Hast Oaceolj needed Inrotm.tlo.I. for 11 : tl t-I R. W. lilacklock, state club agent, | administration circles at Washington. POISON YOUR CABBAGE
    nil. parties rjalrnlnir Interests under County. > above r..ord". I..plng j 11,also attending the International, I "Agriculture must organized to obtain WORM
    the wife of Lieonldns Morreau I awson.If You and each of ) ou. are herebyrequired DEL4VKRY: o stork shall be d.Uv..r.d ..- ]making the trip as the representative i benefits b Federal I Certain will eat cabbages
    the proper worms "
    theproperty
    In your
    to
    any. or olh"r.I. to the of Complaint to the
    .al.d. owner I
    app..r except
    Ril on of the
    < h.r.lnatter d..rlb..d: All filed this cause the rule ment of rul pound fees or on the written pav- Agricultural Extension Division i aid" said Dr. Ross. "Every agricultural whether you grow them commercially '
    parties claiming Int.11 und.r Jan day In January, same b.lll the let .. which written University of Florida. community must have celt! or merely for, horn use.
    Anne I-itntrerhulsen If living and. If day of January. A. I'. Witness order ehl tl. .la'or. the Cleric:* I AqoUT and Company of Jackson. consistent with its turnover. But there is no reason why can
    Interestsunder
    lead. all parties claiming the.lonorabl. C. O. Andrewa Judge : All Ordinances, or parts the two free the YOI
    trips to the
    Anne Lna"rhula.n. .d. Court and my name as of Ordinances In conflict with the ofer tailed statements were made at not feed the worms a poison
    <'eai ed. .al tr oth.rwl"f. Clerk thereof and the official seal abo"f .sections, be. and the same ace club ; in the fat barrow onfertnce, showing that the Federal and make their. period of cabbage-

    :. lm I"'lnb".dlun.:1: CharlesJiunna parties Ih..rft.. U this 13rd day. of October.. A hereby repealed.Read I and the corn club contests, while the i ..Reserve System practice is being,liberalized -. eating very brief.

    & VVillard; sometimes styled "O. i. :J. r. OVKHSTREET Clerk. Ipso and a read first a time second November and third 8th, steW fair association shows its ap.: t meet the needs of the tile Lac'ow 'calcium anenat, or paris
    living and. If dead, all (Circuit tln. predation county agent work by soil. is ,1
    1> WIllhtr/L" i C.urt 8.,1. December 0th.- and passed. In open lern of gren sure deth cabbageworm
    parties I a interestsunder I. Br BulIocJ-. D. C. sion 6th . the agents of the winningcounties the meet.
    KRIBB3 ,.. thlf day of Dtc.mb.r. A. D. sending : An interesting feature of and is recommended ,for 'this ifpurpose.by
    LtuttneWITIard.. A 8TKED. -
    Charles decae. n"-. on this trip. ,
    Sealdsweet
    the
    Solicitors ing 'an exhibit of J. Watkins,
    for Complainant was
    In the property
    otherwise 47-M R
    entmoo
    Inter A. S. GILBERT. I 'This ) for the first time the, in production of the c
    described: All parties clalmlnl Attest: President. of 'ea canned grapefruit now gist Florid. ,
    ests under AI..x.d.r_ .Cum ".* vlslm-.. It IV... Of Flsal IM.rksrae J. R. OII.BKRT. U'lty I"Council rk. various states represented at Chicago I: at the newly! erected plant of an affil- tion. Put 1 pund lea arsenate at.

    llvlnir.Ins Interests and. under AI..and.r Crum Tn the Court of County Judge Approved this Sth day (n... u J: I are mking exhibit of their boys'club I liation of the Florida Citrus Exchange to 50 : watel add from 5

    Maclae. deceased or otherwise In the County of Osceola flute of Florida ,I. R. IA Y. ( SK'J) is already located at Eagle lake. The puroe..i to 19 pounds of caustic whale-oil. or

    property hereinafter, described AM In re the Estate. of N. H. .AbOI. de :2-5 planning a comprehensive exhibit of f lof the enterprise is to utilize 'I fish-oil soap as a sticker and spreader .
    parttwciAimiiig InUTrsta under HenryJohn ceased.Notice. the work. in. Florida for.next .year. of .the I' boil few minutes order that
    Vrauirht&n Kendall. sometimesstrled .', hereby Riven, to all whom .AN: eR81 A"-- better advantage growers [ ; a ; ,.
    "Hrnoy! lJ."M"j Kendall." UJvlnf It ma'aJtcersuthllt-on.the.; Iftth day --- grades of grapefruit which ar not the powder and soap may go into so-

    ajtd.' t,< ." l'rU.... clalm- of Janu..-. A. D. 111. I shall$ apply An Ordinance tl Require. the adapted to shipment the lution. Spray with any good spraying '.
    Interest, 1 under John to T. I. .. Judge of said tration of Motor Vehicles R"ll"-. This, Man:lpt tq northern markets. Six of machine a
    of power
    Court us of City i iI supply preferably
    KrouRhtnn 1. 'Im.Ume. styled J.d8' Probate. for my Clerk of the Town of Klunlmrr-e n. m
    "Henry \.nd" K.ndnl$ de... fInal dl.charl' 18 Executrix of the es- City. the Polk county local associations chine.
    or otorwise-in th.. property h.r..ln. tate B.1'1'. deceased, anti HK IT ( : PY TinCI1: |I Keep In the HouseIn i that are members of the Florida Citrus Lead or calcium arsenate may b
    after described. All parties claiming tht at the same time I will present OlHJ.\1Jr CITY OV \i Exchange have joined in this manufacturing used as a dust, if applied when
    Interests under James M. final lunt. al Executrix of said SIlIMEi;; HIS"I
    humaC.r.It
    living and." If dead. al part estate and ask for their appro\al. : I May or June 1913, I sent to you venture and the operations cabbages arc wet with dew or rain.
    < lalmln. Interests under puted November 4th. A. n. Ktt. Section 1. That every peril <' who and cot, four bottles which were are being conducted in accordance There is positively no danger t b
    Hdiumacner dereasnd or otherwise In; WIUIEt-MINk. CARSON. ownl or operates nn automobile or made plans. feared in cabbages that I
    worth dollars with carefully
    the hereinafter described: 41-St Executrix.In other motor ..hl..l. in the City ot Kls many to me. They enable eatinl
    All property. cl.uirnlnig interests under slmmee within ll\e da> s after receiv me to go to work again. I fa The advertising campaign of the ben dusted with ane- :'
    P.:-Newman. If- llX-inii. and. If dead allparties 10'U'1 01 Y" TFR' MtLE' ing a State license and numtet for but these four Exchnge. now under full headway I preparations t kill the .
    claiming Interests under P operating the same under the I.aw. of of punds. for as showing indicationt prominent entomologist has estimated -
    Remedy
    deceased, or, otherwise In the th. Circuit Ceurt of the Seventeenth this Mistor Within five das -uft.-r- 1 rlpored
    N..m. Full that it would be for
    o r-
    stomach trouble back had of success. necessary one
    property hereinafter described: Ml Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida shall begin such op..raton. shallannually gained al'l unuu"1
    perties claiming interests under WH- In and for 0..01. County In Chancery register his or los and I.feel l like a new e are appearing in a group of the to eat a dozfn heads' of cabbage t
    lam C. nowland. It living, and. If : J. H. Ba..t. Complainant.' \ ersus other motor ,'ehld. In the-Offlc*? ..( keep it in the house ma all the household periodicals most- largely ret enough poison to produce ." .
    ill parties claIming Interest D. M. 10)'t. .t Respondents the City Clerk of the City, tbname shl sections where However if has fear
    al Ih'lnl in the one
    under WUllam C. Rowland decosed, "'or.Ceaur... Notc.. hereby given of the car, the ', It is a simple harmless preparation circulated any aln.
    or ' In th. properly hereln- final d..re.nt..r- the year of make the t.p..nlln.. number that removes the catarrhs! Sealdaweet distribution$ is greatest. this line, he may stop
    oUrr. : All parties clulminic'Interests ed In this cause on the day of the State license numb.r. r..ld..r. mucus from the Intestinal tract and Smaller copy also is having insertion poison two weeks before the cabbage

    under J.nnl. Maria I.ycheii- November. A. D. It 13. I .hal offer for address of the o.n..r. and hIs, residence practically all stomach liver and intestinal in a number of other important mag is to b eaten.EXTENSION. .
    s.le and sell and
    neim. If UvlnK. and. dead all parties at public cash buainitelephone numbers, used with
    cLilnllnic Interests under Jennie In hand to the highest o'o at the It any. aiment. including appendi azines. Trade journals are
    Maria I.yhonhelrn. deceased, or other- front door of the Court house In KIsslmmee. Section 2: Every person who opcrates citis. One dol convince or money I more technical a"verisemlnt. As AGENTS ARE

    wise In the property hereinafter de- Osceola County, Florida on the an automo\I. or other motor .wi. Z. and customary, newI. TEACHERSSecretary .
    ,
    The properly embraced In first M.d In January, ..m. vehicle In Klsslmmee City refund. Robnon for the
    arlbed.. "rd.r and r.lf"rr.'t herein t the of January)'. A. I). 1.lnl. for the period of five days or mor. i iI papers are depended upon .Wallace of the United
    described a. : during the legal hours of sale the which la dulY IC'.d b)' any other & I I principal results and the efficiencyof
    All of that folo. situate, 1ing rolo.lnl described property situate State or t of Columbia The United States supreme court i the intensive campaign conducted States department of agriculture says
    and being I In Osceola County. 1' I lorMa. o.ol County. Klorlda. to-wlt: shall within five -daya after bringing. in a recent decision involving Japanese in this class of mediums is that agents and home demonstration
    described ai .. tewlff : at the Corner the same Into the fity. register it in apparent.
    t.lo. Sulh"a.t agents
    f of Block "W" )' A. the Office of the City Cleric! of the ownership of land, ruled that The co-operation of dealers, -ole. nr taher.
    The Southwest' .quarter of the Mathews' .Addition to the Town of City us provided In the foregoing the Japanese I ia ineligible for American sale and retail, with the Scaldsweet The work i educational -

    Southeast qitnrjor 'Section tv* "- KlHslmme CAV. Florfdx.and run Section.Section. ci .. . any of its privi advertising, is most excellent, accordIng the secretary hs declre.
    tir-four (tO: The Nortbeant quarter thence ; >Vo* Hundred <100i 3. At the 1m. of registra action therefore, they who do I
    leges. This the sales m\t
    vigorously department.Prior
    to
    of the orhwC.t quarter: The feet: thence North One Hundred ton the City Clerk ..hal !I.au. to th'- be teachers. Not teachers in the
    Northwest qurt.r the Northeast Twenty-six and oJe-hal, (11:8: % ) 0..1'. without ch.r registration commented -upvi by newspapers in to, the meeting of the quarter: Southeast quarter f'et: thence J... On. Hundred plate on shall sppenr Japan though many were inclined to of the the Sub-Ex sense as the person who meet children
    of the Northeast quarter: The 180) feet and Th..nc. South One- toe name of the City, '" year, and the I be temperate their criticism of the ors Echange. or young people .in the class
    Northwest of the South'east and City registry number the office of i change their monthly
    quarter Uundrr Tw..nly-.h one-hai i managr room and hold recitations, but teachers .
    quarter less E0 yards squareIn OC" Ih. pIa" b..ln. the City Clerk which tag or plate .ruling. meeting,. was discussed many the
    the Northeast Corner. And th- nlll. S.II land l'lnl In shall at all times be conspicuously displayed I' matters relating to the handling of just same.
    Nertheast quarter or th> Southeast p of Lot 0.1 (4) of salt on the front of the vehicle. I the institutions of repres.i-itative I the Their class rooms are the .w
    Block 'W." Section 4": On the chancre of the crop of citrus fruits in
    quarter, less .220 yards square ownership democracy are worth there largt and pastures and gardens and
    In the North..t Corner of auc JOHN S. CADHf of any automobile. or other motor V. the state. Standardization homes and grOTe
    .. .. Special Master registered under must be much more public and community
    (25) In Chancery. y.hlcl. the improved methods of packing.
    .nt.t.
    ton ions 11'0"1.- the this their communities. Their text books
    TCRI BBS STEEl, of this ordinance. th< neiv spirit among voters of in for
    F All In Township" TwentyfiveSouth. Counsel for Complainant. Cl-St: shall, within five das after acquiring country. Ordinarily more than half grading and marketing came are the experience and findings ofgenerations

    Range Twenty-elKht l ast ownership' give his name. tnd resi the qualified voters take no part in attention, in addition to the routine of scientists and practical
    Tou. and each of you. are hereby) .l'AHDIAV NO'ICE dance. address, and hisesldiicA und business transacted.
    required to appear to the Bil of Com bu.I..". telephone numbers (If ny/ either primary or goerl elections. fares and home builders. mew
    In this cause the rule In the Court of the County Judge ornsc..ola and the name of the fornn o'n.r. ___ work is not limited any particular
    palnf'I".d same h.lnQ the lat County Florld.1. In .the Kstate with the description of the vehicl" to The state quarantines in Pennsylvania grade or grades, t or classes. The
    day of January. A. D. of Sarah A. Cohoon. lun.itic. the City Cleric, hut no new ra- the
    ahd New
    Jersey against
    13:
    ... the C. O. ,'n- To all whom It may : tlon tag or plate need be t."rj< subjects they teach are as varied a
    Wln.as Judge 1onorahl.above Court Notice Is hereby cOlc..rn given that Ira Section B. The City Clerk I.shall. keep 666is spread of the Japanese beetle are be the needs and wants of a thousl

    and my name Cleric thereof and \\Vtherbee. a. guardian of the ahovenamed In his Oflc. full records, indexed ing enforced by the bureau of entomology different farmers are
    .
    the official seal tb.r.or., this 23rd day .Iat., will on the ISth day of the .. prop.rl. States department of Quoting vare. "Ex
    .
    of October A. l). 1.33. January 1923. apply Honorable under this ordinance : Unit Secretary
    J. L.. OVERSTREET. .Clerk. T. 1* Comer. County }'d'e" and for Section 6. The registration In 1BC3 a. Prescription for Colds, agcultur. co-operation with the tension work is educational. The

    C (Circuit Court Seal) ., aid county at his the Court of the vehicles to be licensed (or the It's Board, in con workers are public charcten. Their
    By S H Bullock I). C House In KI..lmme. In said County. year 1'J3, and. wihin' the city men Fever an LGripp. nection with the enforcement of the work covers the field
    KFUBBS Li STEED. at 10 'ro.k a. m. or as soon. after as toned In 2 of this or the Federal quarantine against the same rrl
    Solicitors for Complainant. 47-Pt the be heard, for an orderto shall be made ou or before mot we which includes economic production,
    sell at public or private sale In saidcounty February 1st 1>23. know preventing Pneumo Inse. The Japanese beetle threat enolic, marketing, and the devel
    IW VHH C'lHCriT TOVIIT. IFI Al! 0POR the' following described real Section 7: Whoever shall violate become a pst of first and widespread of better home, community,
    OSCBOI.A C'OVIfTY. 11..t. I. estate to.wl: any provision of this ordinance shall nia. Special attention and social conditions.
    IN CMANCKMYl .r. Lots 4 or Prospect Park he punished by a fine not impranc.
    .. ....... ..Wil... .Peraigak. according to Map thereof on file In the One Hundred Dollars or by e"ce.dlne- I - has to the inspectionand ..&ver person within a county has
    Jr. et .1. _....e....Hill.. Orfler .tPistelleatles]. for Osceola County: In the discretion of the Mayor. ucts. During the season of 1921 agents-a or home demonstration
    Also Lots 1 and i In Block B and Read a first and by unanimous DOING'S PILLSJOT"constipation baskets of sweet county
    tme. 205,498 his
    NOTICE; TO NONRESIDENTSThe lots I and S In Block B of Lincoln consent second time and some corn agent-for assistance in or
    Heights Addition to Klsslmmse City passed In open session this Sth day of were inspected and more than 5,000 her agricultural home work. These
    State of Florida to Aaron Jernl- O.c.oln County. Florida Dec., A. D. U!.. removed from within the tips agents-chosen particularly for their
    Jr., If living, and If dead all par Which application will be based on (SEAL) A.8.. GILBERT. bete during this the < <
    .an under Aarun: petition for order of : corn lnpclo. special qualifications are .ser -t
    now President of
    al. on AU..t Council. '
    Int"rt.1 -T-TI -
    . dalmlnl de.a..d. or otherwise. in said Court, fl. J. R. GILBERT City Clerk. YN This is a, marked increase ovr vants t lr the people, jnjit as aral
    In .property "' described: December 14th. 10!!. Approved this (th day of Dec.. A. D. spection work done the previous year known to love to minister .
    To Moses E. Barber If living, and I Ira Wetherbve, Administrator. IA 2*. H. R. MAT. *nd also over the "number-. beetles to the needs and wishes of him
    4. all. parties claiming I r..t. l-4t "
    & n-it Mayor found. her pupils. t

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    ,1 1 I - : II PERTAINING' TO CHURCHESPrestyteriM ,,

    !SECRETARY WALLACE Demonstration i Column '
    I 1 FARM BOOM\ .Home C Cfcwei
    PREDICTS .
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    I IKumqaat
    Says F.coeiomfrA.dOth !' Fsctora MISS ALB1NA. SMITH Rev. y;.. II. Preach, D.D.,. Past..

    ANNOUNCEMENTTo Into The Hand Of The Tillers .
    1a..;, Playing Of The 3oi: For Good Year .. ,Jelly 9:48: a. m.--BtlMay'; school .Priv

    .. , ..-..-.- 1 pound kumquats, 1 pound, /sugar, D. B.. Shaver, superintendent.. : t.
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    !- : A New Year's statement and re- 2 pints water., 11:00 a. mMomlng Worship.1Sermon
    : our Friends and Patrons !puma! of agricultural conditions and 'Clean kumquats thoroughly, sprin.kJe by the pastor. .t;
    prospects i< being released this week with soda, using about( 1 tbs of Music' by the orchestra. '
    / .Once' more the spirit o( New Year's prevails throughout tbu land, and onco by Secretary of Agriculture Wallace.! coda to 1 pound of kumquats. Pour 6:30: p. ra.-Christian Endtavit..

    more man pau on in his work to wish; his neighbors well., I He evidently believes that legislation sufficient boiling water over this to meeting. 1' :;(
    enacted for the farmers' benefit has cover the fruit and allow to. stand 10 7:30: p. jn.-.-Son* service.. *lj
    In the profoundet spirit of the season bel'n--orvalue; and predicts' more of, minotI, 7:30 p. m.Wednesday't Prayer:
    it. The 'Secretary's/ statement says: Pour water off and rinse through! and Bible study >r'.*:
    Twelve months most of the six three changes of water. Cut kumquats 7:30: p. m.-Thursday. Choir,:prac,'
    RUNNYMEDE LODCE million farmers of the; ) 'United 'States horizontally; place in kettle and tice. 'J,*
    were htarting on the long hard climb add 2 pinOP<' -water to every pound Visitors will find a-cordial welmrf l"

    ,1 out of the vulley of economic depres lot fruit taken. Boil for one-halt to'.; a home-like church 1"\\
    sion. They have not yet attained the then pour into a cheesecloth *
    extend to you and jouis! sincere wishes! for an overwhelmingly contentud New Year. ;
    Church
    I heights which are bathed in the grateful !I bag and press 'until no more juico can First Baptist

    r' Ax 'our part in making the New Year a happy and joyous one for the people of *un"hlnc of prosperity. Some, be obtained.. Strain the juice through .

    .this community and vibiting guests, we have decided to omit the usu.il "hum-drum" indeed have fallen by the way. Others :a clean flannel jelly bag put into a Rev. J. A. Sutton.. J[?. IX, Pastor.'! .\ ;
    arc still in the valley. Nevertheless kettle and bring to a boil.. To, this '
    opening event but have planned quite a few special merry-making froUvu for the I I. as.we stop a bit and look backward I boiling juice add 1 pound of sugar'! 9:15 a, m.-Sunday school". B. Tr* .

    "tason, at. it progresses/ that will smack of much\ gaiety and good cheer. we can see that very consuleT- I I I for each pound of fruit taken. Stir Lupfer, ,)h'., superintendent.. lass .
    u ground has been gained by the until tht sugar is thoroughly dispoly-. for all ages, Join the .iastor's. cJasa'(
    In the meantime, Keep in mind that our delightful noon or evening chicken 11:00 Sfcrmon by the I
    treat majority, and we can enter the I led and 'continues boiling until it rcach- a. ni.- pastor.. '
    .iish, or hteuk (western product) dinners on, at your di-posiil from JanuAry 1 to April / New Year with renewed hope and cs .the jellying' point. Theme: "The Supremacy.: of.Character. ; :
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    :1:1, W.i.: $1.50 per plate. I with that courage which comes from I The jellying point M deteriuipcd l>y . I" \
    : m.-n. Y. P. U. .live '*,
    fthe realization that we are leally I dipping a spoor or wooden! )paddle in- p. 'aotfr
    May v' !4uggE't, for the betterment <>f tho set'vice, and enjoyment, that jou . ,naking progress. : to the boiling solution and then hel.l.inlC xeivicp Missionary mooting. SuJb.S

    nmke enervation" I IPJ, mail), phone, or wire, wheneverRUNNYMEDE pOFfnI,! .I% A year ago when speaking of therosjiects it above the kettle allowing the I IHTIIP jt Pct: \'(.'hina".' the SleepinsrCi. \ -
    for fa'ming/ in 1922, 1 tc' drop. When it drops in Now Awake -ij I
    //JiiI! that while there; was no reason ftAk6't or heeU from the spoon puiImntediatly : 7SO:: p. m.-Sermon \>y the pasttr. t.
    LODGE o'eXlwct boom times for the farmer. into clean sterilized jel- Theme: "The Drwnwarel Journey. i
    I in the near future, there vviis' prom-|II l' glnisen. After n few minute ihe.jni 7:30: p. tn. Wednesday. Prayer. ;
    i--o of better times, both fop the farmer .' ,(' ma> be t'Atily iemcve-d with a moetlnj*, .
    I .L EDWARD KRAUSE Proprietor and ..Manager and for those whose bubine 'is :.poon. U hrn the ;jellv is cold, pour Fiee beats and. it .'elcomestranger" t )
    -- largely dependent upon hi n. They hot pjrafiin over it and) store it away : all well us those' who be... 1 1I
    \\f : ear has brought fulfillm* nt of thit I Kumquat Jelly No. 2 long I here. 't,

    \ .. '-I -- L__ ., - -..",.. -- .-: : promise. Speaking gcnvrhlly! time j 1 pound Kumquat, 1 pound Htagai.I A church of the Bible and for fitsleople. :

    t 1 .. are i better, much! better, than a year I 1\.., pirt 'wHter. f
    -- - -- 1 -ago. both for agriculture! and for inlustrj The ki.mquats are washed, tioattdAiiii : '

    I I ENTERTAINS FOR MANY' PRIZES WON in FLORID : BOYS BASKETBALL '. I l soda. and cut in halves as direct Methodist Camrch ., [i
    I I CAROLINA VISITOR EM'Kltl\IKNT STATION C.\ IT 1 LE Crops have been good! e>n the whole en j in the tlr:..t recipe For each pound _

    ; Miss Almcna I.eitnor entertained | SEASON STARTED Pineof the1 iiiajor e'r pare mi I at her home on Verona street last )1Jnc1'011' onevvrv individual animal I I Ij |I considerably higher -- while U<..re i ll.ii i i- hc-iled<< for 1 I': minutes. ;. then I 1t'
    Tuesday evening in honor of Miss entered and 21 ribbons aw.aidedto First (.ame Of High/ School liasketMK has bie'n a ,'(rreiinu advance in ;, the KeMle n covered and 'ft aside* for 7:00: a. m.-Union Sunrise. Prayer v A
    Willie .J.o\'e Young of Asheville; -J -bead I--ff-"Rttlt>ithstwa't the j < I'lajed On Old (iMirt i I j the I.rll-"f the thitgthe tr'stermust l'i;; hotrc. After :again boiling 5 mmutiv Meeting in Itungnlow. rx '>
    North Carolina. rciord of the cattle enten.il ut tin 9:4.: a. m.-Sunday school.1 ). L. '\VOverstreet
    I l Games and refreshments Because Of Rain bug{, the total sum which 1'arni- ri-rro\i fiom the stove and allow ./
    contributed to recent state fair in Jai kon\! 'lilt- from I I 1 superintendent .
    a enjoya. .
    very ('n- will iceeivifor tin ciopi) this searht *o dra n. Let this. ntsn-i! for 1
    ble affair, which was enjoyed by a the University of Fbi ida experiment With virtual!) no practice, the boj : i greater by a billion and a half Jol- hour, tve-i pour into a flannel j jelly 11:00 a. m.-Preaching! by the' pa*'."',;:
    1 I number of university people station c<'or The guests included, in addition to ued by John M Siott animal mdu '''school met defeat at the hands of || <'nve-dfoi the irop of I last year Ihi- drip) pr-s-through the bag to remove par. 6:210 p. m.-Senior League devo.j' '

    ., I &I Miss Young* Misses Viola Bullock I trialist. j'i I Orlando High last Friday afternoon '! will eertuinly mean bitter times! orthe t ticU-s: of fryit This. juice u placed ill tional cr\ice. Tff.
    [ I Grace Gilbert Celeste Moseley, Lois The! awards were: one gibiiii. champion : -'chifflj on. account of their inability II j[ farm, And farm folks will be ableto :1 kettle! 1 end brought to a boil at 7:30: p. m.-Preaching by the pa "fs'
    '.. r Overstrtet, Ada Louise Simphon. seven first-, seven ('< und!', and [ to shoot ljuskets. They had enough e.ibe lip a )little on the /grinding .* :- j which *.i-:.e there i is added I pound of tor. fc
    1 Mary Singeltary, and Mary Tiller; six thirds. These 21 prices. were won fthbts at it, but the rainy weather had 'onomy thl.v..'rl' foi cod to prati.'e! i for e.ch of fruit taken. 7.30 p. m.:-Wednesday. Mid-week 5
    F and Messrn., Walter Bass, Henry Ed- by 18 animals, all of vvhuh without prevented! piactice, and none had u I I'the proceeding jear.' I| I>:gar; ' adirected J pound the firstKumqual prayer services! ,,,
    I I i 'w rds! L. D. G..il.r.furray!: : Over- .exception brought away money from good "(')'..." for the basket.. | The labor rust of pioducing *>*!' I '.>mis.-'i ... ';o'lj in 3:30: and 7:30: p. m.-Friday.Teach'- ,*'
    F street, Bryan Simpson, Sin- the fair. The line-up was Gordon Bullock ( er trainer eliis'. ,"f
    Henry : I Icenter crops iif 1922 was still further roduied Jelly :No.' .1.1Weigr 1 (!
    geltary Stratton Story, of Kissim- The placing" wen a-- follows: ; F S. 1.'dlol'lt"r and Ul>' 1I i There were some subatantisireductions ,1 the 7:30 p. m.-Fnduy. Oioir prac. ?.
    mee, and James Winhtld, of Gaines- Jersey Herd-grand champion tow.Binior I Chapman, /guards; Raymond Tyner, in freight rates. MuCh I Ih..lpful j .'.in the(fruit thi-> separate i i imade "a"\iuIifuu bybli'Jir tit'.,. tCIniatia.
    ville.. champion bull, suitor champion Jack Simpson and Pay' Lucas, foiiwards. legislation bus been. enacted I <
    I I "" ' boiling for 1 Ckarch '
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    and will be this winter.
    I mole .
    '; -. SURPRISE WEDDING MI t-jt: \ ':" water, then cut the fruit
    three and under four >ear", tirst and 'j The game was played on the oldOUFt : Irot..r'l '
    I und the
    ., :. On last ReJ.. I'I'I I est raleare loner horizo't t.'t\' in halveiAith slightptessur' .
    Saturday night A I third for <'ow over four years, first I I on the high/ school grounds, H,;i Hiram has bun .as..d. This I ; 10:00 a. m.-Svnda, school C. IS. 'iYowell. \
    the removed. Cut
    Sutton united in marnage Sam Story for cow over three and under fouryears '!'! the rain the two .. palp ill )
    previous days haI't'ft superintendent. .i
    I I Klssimmee athlete' and Mills Laura I first and second for heifer the made it osaible for many iarnrerwho th. pulp :ito mal]! pieces, using scixM /- :
    over 11:00
    regular/ court in too wet a ivoIvd tu a. Communion aervicei. >
    were rather hcavilv 'f
    'Carl visitor from Hatsfleld ; >r<. t \er with water and cook .!10nflut'
    pretty I two and under three tirst forherd I; com'uiun' >
    ,' Massachusetts. years to play upon This /game, [ refund J their obligations and ,(vthemhrlves ,. Strain and bring theaioi.r 6:30:: p. m.-hriatIAll! Endeavor ,'"
    I The wedding took second" for calf herd second forget I was riot a district conference game, ill toncjition to ....t.tnrouich I ,, 7:30:: p. Wednesday. Prayer ,"
    the home : juice the original'seigit ,
    place at of the bride's mother : to
    of sire, and second and tii-d I foiproduce the regular season for the distirit. up meeting. Interesting und'
    t 1ftpLtionimi :
    Mrs. Augusta L. Carl on Sumner I of IOH / o; kumquatx, i. t.,. 2 cupful ?..
    championship games being!: i-checluleil There u>(' .still some> dark spot: It n aercice.s.V1SLtOZS .
    In the foeacS of the fruit
    street of original
    Mrs. Carl pound
    presence Holstein Ihrd Tiist for junior to for both | -
    and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graves and I I yearling bull.Hereford teams open on ,lanuaiy' IL: ,boyand girls' some uiifavoiable.sections weather and l ( oondt'ion"were ; ... t.lkeo... .\<1-1 ore' and one-half cup. ofsugar cordially invited.Ckrufs ;:

    came as a complete surprise to the ,, Hei-d-txond for yearling ------- 'ropllI e .,. .r > eierv cups of juice, ortlre'fo.rtL ChwchPentecostal \
    other many friends of the couple. I' :fYS'fEU\ !xhuit and farmers. in these actior.are oi u pound of sugar to
    bull, an'l third for junior yearling WOLHIES: : .. ot -
    The bride is spending her second ,, heif'r.AberdeenAngus. H!\CK TO HER 1I'sn.\\u: I having a \ .rhlird lime' it1reight each) pi," of juice, and boil until itTvarhe ( ) ,
    winter Kissimmee ', rates are Btill too high e'sp Corner Brack and Oak Streets i
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    in having: come Jlf'I'd-V.-oond for --- -- tie! jeMjing; poinf. Th km ,
    F with her mother from Massachusetts two-jear old bull, and hrst and third Mi\J'n.. Voder who last week i dally for those v ho. must pav roru of the .,.jmqukt may he Used in prefer Walter" --Loren '
    haul market.Tgcs
    i two months She has made told Jacksonville officers long to for .
    ago. a for fat steers that she had ef candy'inK :
    1 large number of friends in Kissimmee 'The cow, MajestyV Nook-] Lassie been sent from Kissimmee by two are high but: this is Ug.y: Komquat 1'rrnrrvrsI. Siiitd.iy( School Superintendent. ;.
    ; who are wishing her happiness.She men: who told her to leave within due to the increase in local taxes ov.er pOtH,1 1 1 water, .
    ((492336)), which won the grand championship a tliemselves rra-t Vurnquatrf, pint 1 10:00 B. m.-Sunday school. International -
    took a leading part in the recent waq bred and rained on the few hours. has. added another chapter exercise which control.farmery pounds -ugar.Ihe l lullO"_ l...... for all| alltlL}
    ._1 baseball entertainment and won much 'experiment to her tAl... Jacksonville U.mquatt which remain in tho 11-00 .7i
    station farm ai were ull papers : a. ro. -nivine ,"o r lvU s..Sp..
    ;
    There' has' beco giatifyiQg
    favorable comment on her singing.: of the 18 except one. Wednesday: played up the, story ot ; gr.athtin 'jelly I bug after th' juice h** been extracted teal Bible .teaching-. . .
    The groom has lived in Kisnimmee her departure for Kissimmee, and intimated ( farmerKotiperative|) marketirgitSSOCjbItiOflS fium them either >'
    Professor Scott once ortwice fi:80
    exprt'M.e.J himselfas p. m.-Young retr l. .t. /
    and of them being M* ; "
    most all his life, and is a prominent being highly pleased with the that she had Itft her husband more ate -. may be made into a preserve if in*. T j*,
    athlete, having managed the Kissimmee and told the deportation '. organized on i. sound jusinebi basis the secd . removed ] '
    ,. awards and the distinction won by stoi> are at the time 7:30 p. ni.-Divine worship Praise. ,1estimony.
    baseball! ) team last year. He was this This i. the interpretation generally ( they are prepared for the jelly. Thekumquats "
    herd. askedto
    experimental When Inspirational seric. >.
    : former Rollins Aside from the help which haa I ben I sons
    111 played College player and explain the sweeping !success of adopted in Kisgimmee, since she left ",-riven b legislation and by a4wiaLv are poured! from the jelly 2:80 p. m_Tuesday. W."", ,,'. & .] ',,;
    at Miami.
    one season lie >
    is the herd he answered "Good blood Some! while her husband. was in town tration activities, strong ecororrio bar; into: a kettle and 1 pint of water ble study at Mrs. L. B. Jordan's on ?
    now engaged in business with his and has i
    now retuined. la added
    and good feed tell the story. for each pound of fruit taken Aderhold street 1Kverybody
    : : brother, Lyles-. Story. Mr. Voder said last night that ,she fortes are at work to restore b more Thi U then boiled slowly for 30 tordiaUy lavited all :

    As long as farm folk keep their, had returned, and in spite of her unceremonious normal relation between agriculture minute ,tliree.fourths of a pound of service 6Come."n to, ,-

    ; .. :. TilE LIMIT IS ,.REACHED, feet on the ground why worry about departure he felt! sorry. ]I and other industries. ,aepres-: the original l fruit taken in added. The U..,.,'. .: "Pray. Bo. 't*
    those who don't get off' for her, and that they had resumed J ]I The peril in the agricultural: boiling continued .
    Movie a pavement J 11 !until .the desireduns3teacy r i w1,, .ii-rT---, :I
    ; Vamp-"lfaven't' sion in realized 'other
    a'wn keenly '
    ' I 1 except to in the air housekeeping together hoping that more by ) ,
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    go up j in reached.
    ;iti f that fits than thia SHAM BATTtES AND fj-
    'I more snugly 7"- she .would continue to be contented. ;[groups than ever before, anon *y- GOIWt.OUa; <
    .;i\;\" ,t>t tModist-Madam, I'm a tfostumer. But: let the good old corn adorn I. ?' ery hand a sincere desire Is being evidenced Kaniouat Whole Preaerreii SFJfCTACI .AT TAMPA'f'AW '
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    Knmquata :
    'not taxidermist. ) ) .
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    The hills our fathers trod; Thousands of Florida homes a- : to do.what"can. be'denoafely 1 -,,--- .4 .
    t.- Still let us, for His golden com, ready have their strawberry "patch." to help the farmer better bU tondU. : pc,4n.jkuroquatp ,4 p'1Undi' IIUJr' Pomp and .
    ; MUST PROSPERED Send Other thousands the land tion. . .. ar. 1 qlJater.. m a.Ufltry |n 'liberal' si ,p:
    thanks having
    our to Goo! are
    to up Ever (eonsidered 'have' f Whittier hesitating and their tables have only )thinI-{ we /.'
    ' 'I "Yon. don't love ; any mOI'e Whenwe __ _ .. _._ .:. I Ii n .smalj fraction of the supply of good reason to exp..d still better \ .\(irir .tth ... ,
    were first married used witl- .1... I 'li l ...
    to using uf "oda'
    I !help me wash the dishes you every. even- j i 666 quickly relieves Cold*: riouTcf..trawoerrieT the BTernes that would! be enjoye-1.things 192J.RKVIVA1.: }for .agriculture\ itlte! i 1 er'ar*. 'b)' Lumquatv. .Pour .urtiei'nt to Carnival that opens on Pebniarr II. 'J$'

    .i.. ." t' be gathered fresh .. \ oillt Returning to plans of several. ; I> 1
    .11111' i I and LaGrippe.Constipatioru from the home > :g ">'tti over thin to eOVf'r.th. yewf ,
    plot. Strawberries do
    ,1J' "Sure-but only had two dishes 'ruit i ago, abandons) during the fjl
    we well in all ; MEETINGS AT 'TNT -tan 10 m nuted: pourwater 'periOd of
    of and
    : then." Biliousness and Headaches. pails Florida every of th. war and immediately after 'pi- *\
    ]I: home :should have a plolllh.I. TO CLOSE NEW "k'KAIT9Rev 'IA\' ,and iins! thoroughly in \
    .
    :: are to be
    hrif cMr.te.of water. Make a slit prominent among the \,t.tl
    I. W T Sharpe; ;: of the Mood!} one-quurfT' of an inih long In ono:! attractions at the Fair. :1; |

    1 -iill ii 111I1111I11I11I111I1111I I 1111I II 111111I1 il 1111 111111 filii 111I111I1111 fi II 1111 iii III III""III""II III IIIIIIIU. ui llllillui 1111111 fill nlllll of Sharpe Church evangelistic, at has Chicago been meetings conducting who.at with the a aeries gospel Mm. tie boil side! with for ft Ii"minute tturrquat'jfricient:; \; *water then. !Repeat place tr cover this in proce,4 kct-and. parade I, First when on of Tampa tho then opening la roe-ertljr to..be day the..Organievsl February military' .;*'UI;N;1 I I


    =-== --: t..nt, opposite) the Methodist :church, ChI <' ti.ipa..' llien diop the kumnuata artillery Nttal'.,,,. the flWh, FI-Td jtj/
    r' I II ,=== == c'o'trl his regular n eetings!: last night iru Soilinir sugar solution Artillery, is to parade preeeding the 1 L "J
    j I = =- but will conduct one more B p :i.a-c! made b, I&.JJinr.pound... of sugar military man'u\'erlll. mhitxt'ont' \i "i:I
    = .. service in Kis imme". to 1 quart of water. Boil gently until of stunt riding and sham battle. to be \ ; I
    On rext Monday niffht. under the!' raruparent, and until the syrup givesa staged at the fair grounds. The parade ) \> I
    .11 THE HAN Mhject: "What/ Next' he will dj,;. ..!hightl jelly test Pack kumquats will be the first public: sp.atante' > ; I
    WHO STOLE ""eus the second coming of Christ, the in jars and strain syrup over them in full equipment of the artUlart., I
    .' great tribulation the anti-Christ. the !:>ealhile hot. organization and the opening day of }'I
    millenium, the Great White Throne _. Sour Orange Marmalade! the Fair called "Axmy Day." is to be 11

    The Bank With l lI und rtemitv.. The meeting will begin 1 potind peeled sour orangeMk ofpeel in the hands of the gunner, who art .t. ."
    == .-t 7.0: in the tent opposite the Methodist removed from oranges! ; 'f pinU making preparations to pretent thtj t i;*
    I = the THE CORN chu-rh. In iaso of rain or cool water, IVi pounds of sugar. finest military spectacle that haa ever ; .4
    == \\ ..ltt IIt'r themeetinfr will\ ho held in Preparation of tho Peel: Wash I been seenin Florida since the days ? I
    ,, . = tut liAptmt. ('huich.Jtev fruit, remove peel ducard two-thJrd i of the Spanish-American war. V i |
    -' Ability Sharpe will start his! series of of the peel, reserving the third freest I Following' thl. the Mystic Krewa ,\J
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    . I from his horses aft..}' he had fed them because == meetings ;m Saint Cloud tonight: ..tthefl. from biemuh, with a knife remove of Gaaparilla is to present what U ev1

    =====' and he was stingy, had the view ;;:;;; A: R. hall! These union i meetings -- any blemishes that. may. b6. on',_ the' pectnd to be the most gorgeous and C 'I
    S ' ; of what wrong : ala under the auspices! of all the peel. Cut thi, peel in athin cliceas colorful pageant ever witneeeed in.f'i':
    10. Willingness saving is. Some are too miser! f' tt yr Saint Cloud.NEBY possible Place'in!" II kettle'and, add tlortda, on Monday February. 5. The, '

    I == and close to succeed ;. too distrustful in I water four times in weight to that Krew..' Lt arranging for a niwnberof <;1
    ; = to Serve their business == of the peel Boil 10 minutes, then magnificently decorated floats. Inm I
    ,, relations Believe eyeryc :::::: ..drain. Repeat this process from three' eluding repre entation. of pirate craft I
    t. . w----- body to he honest untilthey other-i to five times, each time bring and its buccaneer "krewe" and floaU r.\:, I
    prove :
    =
    lag. the water to a boil and allow' to delineating various phases in the dn-J/il;
    1 DEPOSITS INSURED wise. This Bank I INN boil for 0 minutea. Peel should be velopment of South Florida. PUn(ffr3il J

    , exceedingly tender. All bitter taste on foot also provide for a mafnUMt'il't
    ., r 5' : HAS THE CONFIDENCE == 1 may be removed by changing: the cent display of fireworks on tile Bitht'fcfl' .
    I water a sufficient number of times. of February 5. *, 1
    is of UK host of patrons who realize that theirsavings Him FK nose Aiay Ftot HOMI Preparation of the Juice: After I Shriners from all over Florida .art +=J"iM
    I t the peel l has been removed, weigh to stage a monster parade on Tburt.rfJH]
    n are fully protected Attractively Decorated the fruit cut into small pieces, place day, February 8, which Is to be Vf |
    I in a kettle and for each pound of or. "Shrine Day" at the Fair, and :!F
    II WHEN PLACED IN THIS BANK = Wwhly Rates i nags taken add 2 pints of water. Boil era from all parts of the J $ SbriIlO'.i: :! '
    1 i until it thoroughly disintegrates. are planning to participate lift f '

    - We invite you to open an account here." Phon! 221 Ficttleot' Meals !( Pour into a flannel )elly bag and fair. It U announced that thu Is U j :
    = press until no more juice can be ob be the biggest and most thoroughly (

    : II .-:== I tained Drain this juice again representative demonstration the
    :== through a clean flannel jelly bag Shrine S. has ever jpivaenteel in South 1'
    without preaamg. Florida and this, to those who art. 1
    = S. ; Making the Marmalade: Pour this familiar with the manner in which the
    = B.
    1 AULTMAN I hiice into a kettle add peel and bring Shrine makes good its promises (U '
    to a boil. Add 1% pounds of sugar sufficient assurance that! the pafeant ,
    Bank of Osceola ,' for each pound of fruit taken. Con. will be well worth going1 miles to witness .'
    : J County i - tinue the boiling until the jellying 'f::
    I point has been reached, which l is ind"fated Besides these, a fourth parade ff J /t

    REAL ESTATEand the by the flaking or sheeting froni under consideration, to be held ,0 i
    it"Govemor'a
    I spoon. "
    Day, when G'o'vernO .
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    : Note: When over-ripe oranges are Gary A. Hnrdee and hi. official t&t .
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