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: January 5, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01097
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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HEADS LAWSON'S. FINISHING IATJ'COMP BIG CONTRACT CHICAGO WOMAN HAS COUNCIL BARS OUT- NEW:'SMYRNA'S" CITY'V ,

," I : ,\\ ,MANAGERyIS HERE CONCESSIONS FOR


COUNTY OFFICIALS' . ntract.One is of this Klssimmee'i For week some finishing time newest its past biggest Industries the- DIG IN INVESTMENT HERE :: SIDE CONCESSIONS:' stopped of P.1 New'P.': .4llcher overnight Smyrna. ,genial witH in Kissimmee: citymanager)trs. Pitcher last, FAIR DECIDED ON :


--- motorists on the Dixie Highway has Saturday. on their ..... .
Saint
to Pe
LjRe-elected{ Chairman of TheM turned a curve at the fair grounds Buys Big Interest In Nare"a Four Local Organizations tersburg.. Mr. Pilcher way and; his, wife' Committees : 'Under (I

t Board First and his head at the same time, to look( Silver Point And 1 are both mighty fine people and very I Getting
At
Meeting Projed Given Full Concessions
at the big' piles of lath just beyondthe enthusiastic about his work at New Way To Make The County

li Of New CommissionersHenry Fancier farm. Sometimes the Will Reside Here Later For County Fair Days Smyrna. Like all good- boosters who Fair The Best "

passers-by saw men stretching fences --- like to..see other people get the good E'er"All

Partln and R.. V. Philips ap- so they thought, and jumped to Declaring ,that Kfaeimmee and surrounding Tuesday night's January meeting of I things they have..they,weremuch interested I of the
the conclusion that chicken
fences
for the first time Tuesday 'in .the recent decisive voter I coaomitteesappointed to
'peared territory offers the best the council
/ opportunities city might be termed .
a tit '
out
were being built to be transported to for carry various arrangement!
commissioners commission-manager
morning; as county their final location somewhat after for future development of batingodety! meet operating un in Kissimmee. government II made for the three days" jollification ,
'and with E. L. I). Over-street JohnM. any section she has visited Miss der catch-as-catch-can rule There in '
Hansell, and A. F. Bass re-elected the manner of the Wyoming settler's Stephanie Loebel I. Chicago school was the usual regular routine bujinecj Mr. Filcher is a civil! engineer. hair the conjunction 1923 with the four 'days: of
st-hol It -wiH-' Agricultural Exhibit be
'at the last general election constituted ]> industry. be-J Feat! and--world traveler returned t'> transacted. such : ing had public tltllitlellexperienc..j held to
a*> approving from the17th ,
recalled that to 20th of this
; the board of coniihlusionerc. some young women on her northern home bills before he joined the new profession
new county Sunday after making ,. listening to Mr. Dow regarding month
observation of are busy with their'
the platform the Over-
,, Owing to the illness of John n large investment in Kis&mmee-. the cattlo nuisance, reports of committees ( of city manageiv lie managed two duties ft is respective
fund Limited planned to have thasports '
II. Bul'ock\ deputy were asking many ques- Georgia cities before coming to Flor
L. Oventreet. S. I Thin far-ecxsinfr! woman came to Kispimtnce et cetera.Jamee ,
!clerk acted in the> capacity of 'clerh.at :. Ions. An aged citizen of. Wyoming a couple weeks. ago to vis. M. johnnton.; for the fair ida. Bubbling:.:over with enthusiasm contests cow..ponyraces Church and athletic
through on street between
sat
the meeting. ) innumerable question' It her friends of long standing, Secretary committee appeared be/ore the city ,I for the modern!municipal: governmentsystem Posseil and
All of the .ccrimlssioners filed with1 I.t I without makln reply. Finally one and Mrs. U. J. Burrows and dads and afckcd them to take action !' Mr. and: Mr.. Pilcher both Vernon Porter Darlington avenues and
I I chairman ot the
shot taken hi beloved ,
too was at I talk sports
many most
interestingly; the subject
the on
their coininiitslonR from J liked
the clerk the well' that when
country so regarding concessions for the last committee is
I cf the talkative promisingsome thrill
state,
.'/governor and the first official act wa%' !I as one : she left she was the owner of a larj; thre day of the county fair which : anti' were anxloo: to, have tire lag attraction. While these
said "Isn't this an awful sports
the election of chairman of the'1}passengers slice of Florida mine ." And be held r'newly elected commissioners here I
a "gold r* to in Kif innmee January I were
I originally planned for but
What earth is this land I I one
I on t i call him at for-
upon anytime> antI
-board. E. L. 1k Oeritretwas when to consider her interesting !.IT to
: fort" The old man method leal. one steps 20. The "Mogul")>>mi ifte(', I morning of the three it'seems probable -
unanimously re.1ecteTlhat office.ffit4teT J j his pipe from 'his talking : career and her knowledge of 1 j of the lair, had decreed that ci>nces. information which several yearp in I I. now that two mornings may be
thegallle might enable him i
Other ccunty appointments and dec. apparatus and calmy replied, / "It'sthe what constitutes gfcxfi Jnvetitn'f.r, t J sfons for those days; should be HO :I I 1 with- to'give. .I devoted) to this branch of the enter-
deferred for action until if he is than JCasual acquaintance these!l people
anted -
tions th-
more impressed that local
ever l
were by : f\ money should i he' I tainment.
I I best place in the world to dig' makes, ... there- )
at \'J o'clock i' fact that Florida is all ont Jjope-- are some
an adjourned meeting t-holen." "Post-holes!" sneered : ttrt.ooster.abtt- spent locally> and had apportioned the I The- automwMte parade scheduled
; i pO more like them to. be found1 tij. man-
Saturday, January 13. This adjourn I!I j the young woman, "what good would lieve j concessions to the Woman's Club, I local! affairs seat I for one morning, in expected to bringout
ment was made necessary on accourt i be h.. ?" Again the old Miss 7-oebcl i 11 at present the head Boy Scoutsj, cliools, and Kissimmee I|age M1FClI't. :I the biggest display of automobile -
they rc manmade
of the InabUity of come of the bank, ,i ,i calm reply "They ship them of the McDowiH l>re..s Making School: 1[ !i Concert Band. r.John..tton. re-,i! (GET TOGETHER 8CJ.LS I *! and other motor vehicles ever

named as depositories to pr "entproper |' east where the ground is hard." cf Chicago, an Institution vihieh, \ firf--quested the council to cont-ider that : 4jvitncs 4! ed in this neck o' tho woods
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bonds' at Tuesday's meeting.': But not buildin" readymade Burficloit scope to pay a dour hundred idea and pass: suitable resolutions to i TJ'JSU.\Y": and Carson Farmer chairman of that.commHtet. .
they -
4fThe jury drawing for the year willj I fences arc at Mr. Lawnon's place. dollar monthly rental, and ret make I back the committee's decree. There-1 1 I'I The f first of the regulter Tuesday \ is laying (interesting

take place at the meeting of January I Il ?Back further ill the woods if hi" lath big money for its or/rer. The young upon that body did so, passing a reotution -*-i j I evening I VCj'alsrill! occur at the ptms.. '
113. < mill. The is hauled to the woman who hag made this institution to Istne no permits for con- 'j.ccsatonss I Saturday noon is to be the big time
,L. II. Ingram waa granted an advance assembling product grounds on the highway what it H!! has had r varied eaieer''! upon the days to outsiders..'t Chapter' H
for the month to cover( road ex- j[i'here the are woven into half- which led to l her present iuccs. Born : They did another good thing too,- January, The-- hoste see for' the evening !chicken pilau is to be served to the ..

pauses incident to the construction! of p 1 phades for: ferneries, seed bed*. and in Roumania some twenty odd! years before the debating society came to 1 viH be.Mrs.: I.. II. Jhgrani andM.rs.J i multitude of residents and visitors.

jth* Pine Island Road the amount nfI I !similar plac -s. The is Justfinishing ago she came to the United State order. They instructed the city I 3 ; .M. Uuncon. Roy Wells chairman and: W. J. Steed .
,
the advance being considerably un.ierthe company half-shades and achieve an education such: as ,I l treasurer to open a special sinking( :I' I and Stanley Bullock, co-members with
for
f total amount which will be due on for four a contract of ferns tot the A. E. I few native born women acquire. AfI I fund account for the electric light TUA: 9cials! are to be in the nature I him of the "Mogul Committee" are 'i
acres
completion of the road. graduating from high school in plant indebtedness and to {lof< gemral get-together receptions to! to '
Kline fe'n nurseries at Altamonte a j deposit to ] beginning get a taste of what the !1i,
Clark Howell appeared bt'fore'thtl i, Washington. j). C., she completed" a I!that account $1000, against the date I!1 the pa bile, and are given by the KIS- management of the gala days will

commissioners to discuss! piopoedj I I Springs. two year law courtc In Georgetown !I jn the not too distant future when) I I, ,,1Ii'mlll Wotnan's Club. I, mean. The various other committees .
drainage ditches in the vicinity of h'tplsce : University. Equipped with a thorough t|[notes shall& become due and payable are all laying extensive plans, some ,

but no action wiia taken. The COUNTY COMMISSION knowledge of business law she- Mon good news came in the report I of them working: under cover with the I
commissioners referred the matter to ;i made {vestments in New York, Penn-! I from Kribbs and Steed city attor- I II 'I KATZ ELECTED HEAD : intent of springing- some novel sur .

Mr. Hansell to take'up with County Ry'vsnis, and Chicago then headed ijneys., that S9.il in delinquent taxes prises. It looks tike a big timet I
Engineer Johnston to determ'ne! cost ; HOLDS FINAL SESSION : for the west. In Oklahoma she purchased I had been collected duiing! the month I James M. Johnston got his concessions

of various method under consider- | large acreage. In that stat of December. The attorney* reportcd -i |I I OF SCHOOL BOARD ''committee together twice tills

tion. and a plat of the highway-JaTid. she took, an agricultural ccurae in the that a number of the owners off: week to iron eut the overlapping* of -.:
ditches concerned. : Oklahoma A. & M. College. Now after properties against which suits bad 1 the various products to be bartered

H. R. May asked consideration\ ForCommissioners : hor technical]: and experimental been filed, during the month had begun New Members File Coromis- during$ the celebration. The band has
the cases of three negro won. on poxsessed ss..And Prepares! (education it* value greatly increased I making settlement and that been given exclusive right. to showa !

of numerous children '!I'd--: little N ew ("By" several business trips to Huron, some ethers! were showing= healthy i j i sums And Elect Chair. 1 theatrical and minstrel activities.The .

funds. Commissioner O n" rtl her expert knowledge backs Flo Ida, activity looking toward that same man At Tuesday Meet Woman's Club will thought the children of these wOit'rfi'Should The commiesioni for the recently and this particular section as the procedure. The council instructedMr. j I Il niches, salad tea and coffee and will I

soon be able to make a liyiagr -Iertd coutitv commis!lion .,. set land of greatest promise. Steed to Keep up the good! work l Howard M. Katz re-elected! maintain! a wonderful' strawberryshortcake
; was "
for themselves through strawberrypicking forth tho fact that they become in11 -:' Her largest investment i is with F.' I and act in motion the preliminary/'r girutinn of the county board of pub- booth which will at once ,
outside school I hours. which j rvmbents of their respectlv.jobis en I A. Wave's Perfection Oran/re Company steps toward collecting some more of He instruction at the first meeting of I advertise Osceola eount,'. newest bid

opinion was shared by other commissioner the first Tuesday after the first )(en. which Is developing 2000 acres of the long past due. Just indebtedness!' : 1 I Ito I'.the board. held in Kissimmc last for .fame and make a little money for '
n. Commissioner lI.nae"v..s. : day in January. The regular meet- 'tru and trucking land at Silver the city. Tuesday morning.Sam SBaunraar.? 1 tjit ladies who are doing so many

authorized to order groceries "
these families provided the city w.o.- thia will piece of work. Thcy decided to for the shortcake booth Is to make
CUrs on the first Monday of cad. year set 150 acres of or- purchase with I
i Campbells together Mr. Kats.presented '
its share if. upon investigation. ,'tangerines and three dozen rose bushes forth the price as reasonable as possible, I ; ;
ing / rrtontlr.: TI')| outgoing commission rngcs grapefruit; be. I i their commission from the
j
actlon'shoud{ for the best aide beautification and adcrnment ofth I allowing but small margin of profit
such prove ',thereforemet on laat Monday with a large acreage of spring truck: j Governor and a .
interests of the'parties eoscerne'L'congrealman J.all.members present, and took action crops. The latter pact of this month- city hall grounds Mrs. Steed hav-V filed. they were properly I over actual cost. None ef the' eats '
Sears'addressedthe1board '" this Florid declared her pubhe-npltitcd other booths 'which might in any
jag or
*n such routine' and other matters -bcoatlng organfsatian! I I I I The aside routine'
[ meeting, from
relative to his on I i take of them the'city I: conflict with the restaurants or
property as might come under the head of un7 will plant it hundred acres of watermelon inrnets to care if business devoted to a''' way
Main street the line and requested I would them. was primarily other stores will be.allowed anywhere
city get i
ntar : finished business. a, thirty acres of tomatoes and '
of the
discussion the alms of members
them in view of the fact that Aside from a request from a men. twenty acres of beans besides thirtyacres f Then followed a series of discus- in the vicinity of established business ,
of the board for the Reports
Tie had deed4 the property under con.slderation ( to the city for parkland I II i former day-by-day employee of the County area of celebration.
a
iliUte som of the county seats no is now, and for some time hasbeen I schools C. E. Yow ll showed that the '
city purposes to pass a resolution I I on* appearedto address the commit employing forty men. and this I city, and wages due the former day Osceola I I I The schools. will conduct candy
recommending. to the comptroller thattaxes : sioners on matters other than financial J entire payroll is spent in Kisaimmce I laborer from the city with various I' county schools were way up'near booths and hot dogs .dlspensur-

on that property be cancelledupon A' letterwss .received from and is another factor in the recent councilmen taking tic. affirmative. ,-, the top in comparison with the 1.I I its with salads, tea ..nd'corree.. The
schools of all the counties of the ctst3.
payment of cost*.' This resolution $ ( Pledger and Davis, attorneys calling ., forward march of,event .I negative[ and ,.xxeu rlt1 sides. The So.far.the condition of the school 1:.1 I j I Boy Scouts will sell, confetti,.,toy
J I i AU
waa"ed.. th* attention of the county pay mas< Miss,Lo bcl has returned to Chicar -:' question 'was Anally settled in somewhat funds has been ample to maintain thq' I j,balloons, peanuts and popcorn. be
The county eoWillftaalcnttrl''oanci'' ters't a claim of Mrs. L E.. Dlrd.-ol -where she.will immediately set in the same manner I it started.! 'high standards established in Osce. the various concesslonires will
"
fl themselves possessed of one motor Saint Cloud which had not'been paid mutton machinery to dispose cf The next debate" had to do.with counties have Hallowed to sell .od)' pop" and otheri
many few
ola county. Very
cycle which was not being.. used. andauthorised I This Claim for reimbursement: for' of her"interests" in' the north and in cleaning up some more of the cemetery i I Volstead drinks. '
was better records as to qualification for J I
-' Mr. Hansell_ in whose j :Meanwhile Miss Albina Smith .
with Councilman Clark ,
bed clothing and other: belonging Oklahomaafter which:she expects to exchanging
business said machine is being j a i admission to ,colleges from higiiI and,'Leo
of home demonstration agent
place destroyed at the shootimr of Mrs. become a life-lone, Floridian. : compliments with '.Council .' <<
quartered to dispose of it to, the allec1 1 j I man Rosen, the latter having stated schools, length of school teen with ',II. Wilson;' eounty agent, are getting
j Ceoz& Bro 'n. The lefter \ I .
: l consequent greater, amount of insb'uc.tiQA
best possible advantage to the coun together vast of exhibits t*
' I(attention to the fact that no claim GREAT METHODIST MEETINGIN that It was! )hilt i deiir to leave asI ovailablcand other facilities. The a array
i I world what done 1n
ty. tell the can bt
had made for reimbursement fora much money in the treasUry au po3sible :
been JACKSONVILLE ,
WEEK members unanimous in
NEXT
were
No coo else being present to address number of articles and asked thei for the new administration due present maintain the ,Osceola county. 'Every; farmtrsteliman -
desire to present
their
the board. and there being no commissioners to take action. It was The outstanding event of the New,I to commence operations in a couple of high standards. with such improvements I "row '. 6ulir'raisers and

further business which the commit1ioners I not, in the opinion of the commisiion- Year with Florida Methodists will be months., The cemetery committee finally as could be rnade with exist-nj housewife artist sewing expert cart-
could transact until bonds 1 a conference had th. buck banded back to ner, or other Osceola"resident is urff-
era;' a claim against the .county, and great of two days to\ be funds. Equal determination was I
and Bother necessary papers h been the refused. I held in Jacksonville them and decided to Journey out i lir;' \\n_; '
bill next
prepared the mHtinaadjourDt'd..untU waa week on' j ,u-; )ill HIS MBlBlf: MTi I1i)
. L.::3. J.bn. who was awarded thrf the-,llth and12th.< All the pastors of' Rase Hill 'and debate the issue again. 'expressednowerar. school ; "WT'conServe has aPl'Olnted,10115 chairmen. of
Saturday, January, 1i.'at. 0; a. m. contract for- the'construction of the the stati'WUl'M" tlerc and.. tlLlt I The next number was "Resolved j county funds, and continue 1110"1 committees in cbarge ot bet 8Ide lthe
Dull and Creek 2.000 Methodist ; :T"that it should be built but it ain't," safe condition of School finances
Tyson bitdges at a are :ilp ted to work add it wold W a louS 1IO*
R. DeWitt Brown formerly orchestra his bond$375,00. tnett for these :trttk CU\rk m 'tntuau> Provision walt' made as :: :
former two ;
meotlng, presented days in the Duvuli 1 Councilman ; ; I \0 look over the list published this
.
'leader in Ki ?mmee. but, .-now;!oi* signed;1 by A. E. Bass and county armory auditorium. Each the affirmative\ Mr. Rosen doionding oi th* gchjal law; for the chairman I I week In the home Demonstration
'avwtththo untver u# at GdtnMlWi1' R. sureties which bond church having less the with H. \ to borrow? funds to pay teachers' sa!-
JJPWERSp ::0. Bass n.s J than 500 members negative, M. KatZ in the i ] Column and then get in touch with
ir.i : in Kissianaae, ' ". .; .!"f't1 r. .Wan. accepted. )jis< being urged to send not less than role of peace-maker and general referee sties the middle of the month rather I I the committe which you can best

>> Ernest Shiver brought a copy of five laymen; AI!! churches with larger President! Gilbert. and Councilman ,than defer such : ction until the actu- j, help.
his memberships minimum refused to j al funds become available. I _ _ _. ....-
; MElilAGAIN resignation as game: warden a of ten dele Hansell receive! the j -'--- -. ;
- : which he had sent to the Governor gates.: The' conference Mill\ carry j[preferred buck and again the ques. Mr. Brammar, on succeeding to the

and requested payment of foUr through a program in the interest ofi tion wits decided by agreeing to meet[ county board tendered his rcjigna- I BAND INTRODUCED
N r TUESDAY 'months' back salary, agreeing, how- home missions and evangelism and I in the alley and thresh it out Lest j! *'Ion from the board of trustees of

over to compromise on' narment of will consider every phase of city and I that sound mote 'pugnacious than tfiipiatrict Number One in Saint Cloud '
.
three: 'm nths' salary. The subject country evangelism with special ref. really was it should bo explainedthat and filled the vacancy thereby created 'wan: I INNOVATION SUNDAY
I by the appointment of I. 1pietepdorf ;.
Last Time Before Date was again laid over and Johnston & I eience to reaching the uno.cupied the alley referred to WaS thatbehind
Set Garrett attorneys for the Board were ''territory hi our country districts! and the building on Broadway?', of that city. I

To Plant Spring Cukes I I requested to take the matter up with I the use of laymen in a more adequate I I i owned by Mr. Jones in the rear of C.OU1PROS ECUTOIt I I Ideal Weather And Good
thf' Governor Nnd determine the exact way in accomplishing' this purpose. ,I I which Air. Clark hint undertaken to''I. ,
Tomatoes, .and Beans I status of Mr. Shiver as gains In speaking of the occasion Bishop erect a garage, hidl -cuHng edifice, j! WILL SEEK Jt'lKJESHIPJ I Program Combined To *

I warden the commissioners having W. N. Ainsworth. bishop in charge '.fl I' ard so forth. for the owner. which' Rumor had it on New Year's day Make It The Best Yet
I
The time is upon us for planting some months ago recommended hit. this Episcopal district who. bv the I the other member claimed exceeded I that the county prosecutor. MiltonPledger.

spring crops of cukes tomatoes, and I I dismissal. way, is proving himself an excep I the lawful size of such architectural i will be a candidate for -- ,
beans which are the three crops up tionally aggressive and able leader I structures within the tire: limits. Mr. ,I iudgf1 at the next election to choose Kissimmee always liken it;* bund,
on which the Growers will concen HUNTERS CONTINUETO says: "Thoughtful men in America I I Rcscn stood pat in his decision and i that GUiciaA\ representative of concerts. Its people always look f
tratethlll: spring, An! enthusiastic I I GET GOOD! GAME are deeply concerned about the na Mr. Clark recalled other instances :j| The Gazette asked Mr. Pledger about ward to them and long bcfoiw the
m.etlnaof the Growers was held in tion's soul In the aftermath of the I I where he wasn't asked to sign a per- the rumor and( found it to be correct. hour set for the beginning Tniirs-
Saint Cloud! last Tuesday and thegrowers World war forces have [ nut, the discussion "Yes I day evenings and Sunday afteinoona
Thin wdek! continues to see the Nim. been let loose grew lively enough I|I aid the county prosecutor, '
the
lit that vicinity are going in rods bring in the results of thlr chase. that threaten everything that our to break the monotony, no blood ',i w shall be a candidate for the nom in-, cars begin parking on the vide
strong for these spring crops. Henry Lightsy and Archie McLean civilization holds dear. The Cturch shed and the building WlII'j]-I dtion for county judge in the Democratic streets. For the people have I learned
'At the last meeting in Kissimmee of God I is the minus about '' to know that the Kiviimmee Concert
brought in tome fine wild turkeys only way out. The Rosen Just decided primaries in June of next year
it was decided: to have another meet Tuesday while the day before Louis challenge of tho times* demands of go to the aforesaid alley\ and give the .r'cr rhe' past year or so I have been Band will !give them a treat. And the
ing" next Tuesday night January 9. the Church a new and piatter the double-d number of tourists are learning the same thing."
Schmidt of another party brought larger procriam again. I I urged bv: a my friends and
\ at the Chamber of Commerce. rn the of Christian Councilman : electors Last Sunday was no exception to
Clark
,' in a buck which the hunting fraternity evangelization to I again made demand county to become a candidate
the
meantime the growers are trying to nronounces the best of the the end that every individual man upon the rest of the municipal and I have decided to let my name be rule insofar as the tine weather

get as much acreage signed uo as I The latter party consisted year.of may be reached with the gospel'ssaving I, guardians for the return of certain ] used as a candidate in the primaries..." and: the crowds were concerned. Bat
( ,possible. If you haven't made UP sums loaned to the 'a- ,. there was something different and
*"' Holmes Prat her, S. T. Fansler Rodney power and that the Christian general fund from >
your mind to put in cukes tomatoes, Snyder and Louis view of God and of the world may the sanitary or cemetery funds which I, t that something was mont highly appreciated -

:: ,and.-be.ins, you ought to do so now I Loui.* !got his buck at al.out Schmidt.a hun. prey ail in every realm of life. To said generals had neglected to re- I PROGRAM_ !I'I and enjoyed to the fullest
The
and. be there Tuesday to tell about it. dred yards range' with a shot through prepare and set in motion such a fund. An adding machine was ,punched ? I I 1 extent. innovation which so

There is no reason why Osceola the neck. The kill was -mude in tall program this two-day conference has into service and the condition>n of I, Sunda, January 7. 4 :00 p. m. '1I pleased Mrs. everybody was the renditionby
county should not be fifty times the which been called." the general fund found to b. in such i Arthur Cooper accompaniedby
grass just showed the I
truck producing section that it Is. This the horns and 'occasional top of The conference will open with an a state that Councilman Clark finally | rrondwa' Hand Stand: the band of two vocal solos. "Tho
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of -
{means that everybody must behind glimpse : address Holy City, always popular, never
get Dr. accepted
the tail. Several body shots by Charles L. Goodell of promissory statements in I ---- !
the soring crop proposition as brought New York world-famed for his lieu of actual legal tender until such sounded better than it did at that open -
no luck so Schmidt shot little I deep I "
.t a be KISSIMMEE
,?tby did with the strawberry idea. low where spirituality and evangelistic a time as the council might CONCERT BAND I II air band concert and "SomewhereA
the horns showed success again "
;, Jin the over the Voice Is Calling as the beautiful
meantime don't -be discour'aged in the I
convene.
and pastorate. Among the I J. n. WOODHKCK. Coductor I
,<, at the low strawberry market ficent grass buck.brought down the magni I other speakers will be Dr. A. W.many Tay Councilman Hansell oncelIore\ I, | voice of the singer rendered, had a

;pW-bai. prevailed during the.we.k. lor, _of Indianapolis: Biahon W. F: suggested that' the sanitary commit -+_ wonderful appeal. The band is to be

::frltiembr U was the! week aftervNew :FIRST NUMBER OF LYCEUM McMurry:, Dr. W. A. Shelton,.Dr. R. tee be charged with its jut and lawful -> Part I. congratulated upon securing. this. able
'. L"' a.... t. Dr. O. L. Morelock : share of feeding the mules and ?- farch--Battle addition to its program. aad Kissimmee. -
fr'l' _- COURSE cryiNC THIS MONTH ; and. of the Winds___Doblo well the
I aa visitors who
as happened
p* >GE':CENTER Ulsma :: ..l: __ ." \. , Biaaop Ainsworth, all well kown .to the kitty 'in the matter of :eoUeetinll1tArbaae Qyertur.-"The. Silver.Wedding"., -to be in the city at..that,time
informed % '
Methodists and ether '
,' ; The first of. the"i Lyceum numbers everywhere. i, pursuits .which ._.___--w.4 Schleeegrille Is'to be congratulated itt
OonSTftAWBERIE5 TOO twwIbeen' too liberally assessed, the I upon good
t' "\1.1' bleb .re to be presented thIs. winter 'TAYLOR'S STOfcti lnternieno-1'It6.I..o Palma fortune.
''The'oJo.'"..): i-' "- '_. - by the Klaelnraee Woman'>> Club wilt L IN NEW street department. .There, wasn't any .-. ....;j;';_" ---._.- :" -- -....;.Holmes; -Simitar programs are .In. atontfforthe

.'', G4aetLI inreceipt ., a occur' on Wednesday. January 24. On LOCATION argument: heretqer.ras.5veryQ. !" *rda'i..1Iungrsjs: ,Da .._ .future and .. the winterwear*

an"Of.ftne.tt.wbenJu' from.Mr*. that date,' at tbe''h.' school .nditerlum. ,:* George M. '. dy concerned WLsi4flIeceqtAn&it: ...---.c---; : ; ..___<;;. .:- .._.H"1I 1m "n Oil'aDel.- the* crowds-' ,continue -toiaerae -
has
.Brenson Tajjlor moved Ida looked ifthomiiIea would
: at '.. Oranc.ntf as havetoCetaMuatomed'
r. th.-' .JJeet.I: Hunt ; 1 .
jConcerU VGod' hi'thlssectionofv
y were of the-usual. nn. .. Bl'OIMIway'crocery'f Mock ''wst t- sanitary feed .. Interval . Outrof-Doors'V.
uaMty I Company will *-::. '_ '
4' ,-. : .ppea..1 : ,M\ i of ita former'iocation.1 it .t| :: the. country r'will.' find, its.
strawberries .: th. .
railed;, hereabouta, h 'TIae r. will be two more ningi nowJ ;' W gxo.4i.Ith, :.future ya- PARTIL. '_- moat popular, .
a' ". l .. cated.on EmDMttsereetin the vr.... yTP.4abfss_ ,_ -- _ .. "- 'I eeaterSundayaf. '
fitting accompanlnvttt.ta.rtM
the . . -
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jn,'tl'\1t I .. IC'IL"f.v efa-Carson\;! nIidng! -and ,wiH/rortp'/ ,) t.4,, . rlo Mstena.ftae. &emooa.ta .tbe'Vroad.-r.prwk..t.: ) r':
Bt/ftl
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I % BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY iSIIOP*
DR. FUETCHER"JU' BROWN a f' Mra. W. S. Graham *

1 THE NERVE BLOOD AND' .SKIN DISEASE SPECIALIST : More 'Winter .
'ivrfct RHtlnractlon'Ouarantjed Eggs .
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I successfully treat the following dia- SPECIAL.NOTICE:-If unquestionable 5 JC.MJIVOUK A SI'UCIAI ,h.

case by the moat scientific, advanced kill, earnest, efforts, fidelity to obligatloni -' :c; a. .
105' Park Ave.
.... methods. which are universally indorsed: and an established' reputation' In .> Phone 235 : tOo From the Whole Hock

Rheumatism Bladder accomplishing results together with .
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Affections cos.
Sciatica .
Gall Stones, scientific! equipment. years of experience, "
Uric Arid ContractedStomach appeal to your intelligence and discretion I b.r

and Kidney DIRealles, in the selection of a physician! to treat 3. DICKERSON -. ][ 7E know some folks who ;

t Trouble Diseases' of,Men, Q and investigate VV look it as a regular
you, come to aee me, my CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER upon r.:1
Poison, All chronic and t advanced system of treatment which is r event for their hens to stop laying
Epilepsy. Lingering Diseases Bricklaying] Lathing: Plastering, when
Blood: and Skin universally indorsed. No ir.curable cases during the winter. Just eggs are {'off
..
Catarrh in AHFormH Painting: worth the most, their flocks aren't producing -
Diseases.Women made
accepted no false] promises no
No. 121 Brack Slreet, Kissinimce
i..P8. of glittering, impossible guarantees given. __ enough to pay the feed bill.
G
Catarrhal] and Other I adtertise what I do-1 do what I adver-
1'f'lvl'on(1 Discharges, tine Charges reasonable, terms arrangCatarrhal 1. P. KHlUnS W. J. STEED
GET MORE EGGS
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] Piles. Fistula -- -- -= Cull '
ed to suit patient's convenience. KRIBBS fit STEED
(non-onerstirpl (No Knife) today and investigate!" my advanced sysnwhwv -
DR FT vTrrtTn L. I' NOWYou
Allornrr mad ':out rlor at LawKUcluiurr
| ".l to pontnicKdJlwnBcs. t do ]! Florida
ar etulrrbalFltI blond, Specialist deceptof, eleadinw n businesslike
ive. m or '
I and! nkln d' onjp Plies. cured without assertions. or statements to enter into my G........ practice. !.. all Courts.iAT State. ..< can get eggs right through the
o|'*-ritlon.) j Ct.d; !I' I.
BTdiiounccments. winter if you feed right. You must give

1 A VISIT Will TELL Sick people] who contemplate taking treatment can come to my offices for / .JOHNSTON t: i1 s.\iii3TT: a hen aU the elements that make eggs. ;y
a personal| interview and explanation of their condition 'I' JOHNSTON fit GARRETT : Use. Purina Hen Chow and Chicken?

I DR. FLETCHER L BROWN 'I I ATTOHSEYS-. T.LAW Chowder on the positive guarantee"of '. '

.Hours 9 to 6; Sundays, 10 to 1. Rooms 15-18 U. S. Trust Building,- Comer Laura and ola
Offices; ](0 I. 11 and IL': Csc-f) > Bank
Forsyth Sts. Entrance, 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville]] Fla.Hieol I, Building. More Eggs or Money Back

K ISM MM I.e. FLnltll'.t Ask.For Checkerboard Bag


II I ; ; 1 RED' -ROT OF-SUGAR -CANE CfRING PORK BY THE RI11:11101 I I

I IS SPREADING RAPIDLYThe / I I| Tl l hph'n<>.. large No. M; RiI a-
II j I I tclctirr Nn; 313
Taimer" killing hogs: ami curing !|11'"
are :
price of augur increases anddecreases lluuin: S 30 to I U': Ou' ; 1 (in to G.oO -
meat )Iany are intereste.1- II \ PURINA
1 J
is in demandtrod I PURINA
syrup great ''(! brim curing and t the latest inX 'rma- i DR./B. L. WILKERSON -
l then it 1 li '
I cannot hardly ( gken (lion on this method. In order to CHICKEN
sup- "
1 away But sugar cane rcnmin.un inipnitimt |ply thi- demand! the staff! uf the airrit'ulf ; | IIKMIOT

] I crop in Florida, if governj. j iiral ext( < n-mn dininn! of the1t'nin !l i onir.' Il <-r Tho If\nll Sinfo.ll t t txa Z19! JPOWDERFLORIDA
matt cc-naus reports! lire to !I.< I giM'i"" I : J U x
consideration.! rsnof! Floixlu: ba- i i--in'"l tn" I .

any HOVM.VIT, there hlI 1"1Jwing.: tt.i..N..A
r.tpnllyprc.ui- nI
e | I "Aftel meat" lui' bei n cut up and t'I
/' sugar with hy cane the disease Florida, to farmer 4. coun'tcrcd hI t mined, I.". it out on clean mu.ljii I Auto License --I 1 1f IIn""II1
or .-,),ne other clean rurfacO", Fpvinkie;:;
I| is! red rut. In; I speaking of this .discu e j I
ii with t 'alt, and! ]let it lie from 24 to 4 1Mliou
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I Tux Returns other
| (0. F. Burger, plant pathologist: oft'x ; < or ac-
:: <. or until it i thoroughly couleJ.Meat ] '
work.Rooni .
k g i' blot I' l.'l: State Hank
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I "Red, rot, a fungous Building

y ]!/':,-riously cane,damaging was reported this crop in in 1921\'.. w'j will time will thu t brine
(changing( after the meat
'I sugar! cane-growing lourity in thestate. re'd'discotorattons i ha* been placed in the -,,Iut on. :Meat FEED STORES
The disease, identified
d '<, ) in the split stalk by is I that has not "been thoroughly chilled DR. R. J. DENNING
or that retain1some of the animal
:! best l controlled ty. planting: only DENTISTOver
::
heat, i is become
likely toour
or
healthy canes, by dipping the seedstalks i
I tainted near the, bone, partiiularly the Postofflce.JFFJCE .
just before planting in bordeaux 306
j mixture or by the large ham.. : : HOTTR8; II to 12:30.:: 1:3: t. t Broadway
.. in fall rather than in planting spring. I Pack the meat) in thoroughly cleanbarrels Residence Phone 174-
I "Cane being sold for seed has been I j, or boxes, after it has cooled] Office Phon. 15b
sent to the experiment station and i and after hating washed off the salt TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
and
d bloody water. Then cover with
upon examination, found badly dif-
: i the : '
folloinlolution: ,
eased. Therefore I
one may see how Salt _:)0 pnu dsSaltpeter I P. A. VANS AGNEW !I
easily the disease can be !spread.'! -
\ _. _ Call
"When a diseased cane is split Soda ---------5 ounces I ATTOJINETATIAWOKK1OKS I Up No. 218
8 ounces
I lengthwise soft tissues! on the inside -
Brown sugar------- 10 pounds |
show red
a discoloration. In the
red areas there also occur large white or molasses--------, .l gallon I I Winter Park Florida | TWO.ONE-EIGHT
: I pots which shade off into the red. I Water . . 20 gallons:: I I Ia4vt Ii :
As the disease, advances!'! the central (Jhia should l I.e enough for from 400 I --_
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portion of the, cane becomes destroyed I to ,"iOO pound uf meat. Increase in I '(-htifid0 {-d0'0'au' :-Q+tXH+ r
proportion., I'ut the solution in a i* *
forming a long straight cavity in
which is a whitish mold made up of Marge I kittTe and let it come to a boil.Remove '1--* TCRaEU %1.tRIILE&CItNITE; <> AUTO I.O'F
fungous threads. The nodes and budbecome I I the lire and skim. When) COMPANY. 'LUII'0-
tooled pour the -olution on the meat { !- a
first 'brown and then black.
I: The hard 1 outside of the stalk remainsapparently I and let stand for five weeks. The |I,4' MONUMENTS 0> BY CLAY THOMAS
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( healthy."In larger 1 pieces will require a ..littlelonger ____ 0>
] I. order to control thi.. rapidly i ; than this, and the smallerlnie M. J. Crowdor, Agent: Kissimmee *
I NEVER
pl..udinll disease" : I I Ii nut quite so long. Do not put in < SElsM !5
I i "I. Plant only healthy canes. I j any pieces, that are tainted or have TO GET AN VWHERE- *
>> I I "2. As nn extra preventive, dip |j begun to sour for they are useles-s' YOU
'! the canes selected for seed into bor- 'j and will spoil all the meat in the box I
I deoux mixture just j before planting, j I if left for u.t'k longer. 1 I ,S NEVER.
I I I ".'{. Whenever possible plant the "It i.s important that every part of CITY I i+ WILL
the Ie'w..11
canes in the fall instead of bedding meat covered in the solution -
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them for spring planting i i ; a 10-pound ham should stand]
"4. Burn all trash in old beds andall { about 40 days a 15-pound ham C iO MEAT MARKET ,
diseased days The brine should 'be examined
I
I < __cane__ .. ,_
., c J every week as there is always some
'.. FLORIDA BRANCn ,'SHOWS. ,;. possibility! ,, of its souring/:,' which I J
'f' f.I' would\ ,, spoil the meat. {iif the brine ix i Fresh Meat. and
VALUE; OPJJUPERIOR .SIRES, : found .to be sour, remove all of "it,, ,

.i:I' I' i By the use of selected] bulls of sn 'wash make the a fresh meatand solution the box.If, mold and then- | VegetablesPhone "'ISH will always keep on wishing-Wish willnever '
appears
:,
perior quality, extensive heef
an -"lIt. I
[ ranch in central Florida has in- on the .surface, skim) it off. | get anywhere except to a nice easy comfortb.t -

-74L, ( I the weight of its calves. b) "The' is to next hang step the in meat the uj curing, for drying process -- 'j i 44 I ;> > seat by the roadway where he can'watch Act
i >I1I :XO to 60 !percent over thnt..ef
:' I > for three o"r four la>'s Jiffer 1 .tfo iwVe. wish you would brim
\ ( calves of the same :Start your aoto tivut
age.
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I which it will be I
1 /:' five years ago: according/: W. F.'III'd. b'uiIhtI't ready for smoking. !II j .... i len: re and watch us act.
information
be .
.1"1\ n former employee of the( may >e- . .... 'I'Il.
lI'" States. department agri Gainesville, and M.
:eking TILLERReal
/< I\III' and now associated with the I | JI'1I4: :
\ ,' the owners have improved for Extension; Bulletin 11. J 4 -

type and quality. The breeding:: 2.MMI MOLES AM (;iOPIIKKS) ,I l. Estate! Agency. II IIRealty

:' '\ ,,' 100 lonll'purebred involve bulls the use and of a more total TRAPPED BY OItE(; ):N; liu l n S ..". ..... .. ...% .......- _

a. ''' about :flO.OOO head of stock. In the A record of ."6,'{ pocket gophers and Bought and sold __
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... of sufficient number of pure- 99! moles caught in 11 months ending Houses rented. z .
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-!: l ..'.' bulls carefully selected cross in November, obtained for Roy Hanenkrat. Taxes r
paid and
; .. and high-grades likewise. Titles verified .
are an Oregon boy a prize of $3.>.
] . .1 temporarily.The Another boy. Ferdinand Keeker for non-residenti.

1d, ranch raises approximately 90 caught: :120 moles and received a second Fire. Life and Accident Insurance I s s a
/ I '('(' of the bulls needed and the i prize of $15. Those boys were -
) is improving from year to taking part in a contest. organized in I.-
:! '111'. The breeds of cattle raised in- i Tillamook county, Oregon, to eradicate Indemnity Bonds .

'i <1,' Aberdeen-Angus, Shorthorn,", these nests. The county was, ....... .. .. .0 D . ... . . ..,. -.- --
and Brnhmans. A small'divided into'three districts, and prizes !' a'i'44i'''{ Sa40av)4'Y i :---c---->< ftcMe
._ iI i of purebred cows was recently amounting to $50 were allcted to each c. F PHIPPS b4{*4eeoefr; ***

I : ; f..j chiefly to raise purebred ..district. Forty boys and girls entered J. H. PHIPPS
( I' ]"- but the main operations con- the contest. NEID'S HEALING BATHS I
: : in grading up the native stock Pocket gophers are very unevenly PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE
r I the use of superior; sires and vcll-\ i distributed in Tillamook county and
f,(o i'. : I :' the product for beef. the boys working in certain territo- Recommended for Rheumatism GENERAL, REPAIRS
t,! .Officials... of the ranch in charge of rie were limited by the mountainous all kinds of Skin Diseases!: and Stom and and ACCESSORIES I
<: operations have reported n.ituir.of the country. "o that it required ash Troubles. OIL \M: (JASOUNF.: : BVITKIM:
o ,. \ ( experiences! to the department fully as much effort to get: 145 WORKLOCVTKD :t
!: a contribution to the "Better Sire moles] which
r ) won first prize in the Also mineral water for drinking : IN SI'IEWS i : BI1LDIM] ;
B )
tier Stock" niOM-ment. The "qual south side of the country, or the 111 purposes. IIIO\t.: 101
of the calf crop thjs year i it re ', mole turned m by the winner at the too KISSIAIMKE.: FLORIDA"frfr :
as noticeably better limn foi. north: Old, as it took for the big cat- U DC 06000 C ->+ -H<< ** "fr *<" fr
O< frfr *
I :year! in the past chts in the open Tillamook valley. CHAS. NCID OwnerOrder - -

', !: : .: GATHER DATA I The that onj\ >the tondition prize winner's of the contestwas should .I From ,

r' t. TO 111'01J'Rl'IT: __. u_ BEVERAGES.The : : I turn in at-least 100 skins. A total of I II' Phone.. .. 208,, Kissimmee. Florida]
: 1,808 moleskins and ;504! po'k..t,1) ---- --
M : utility of fruit, beverages ha> I' )pher skins\ or 2,102 skins altogether, i"
I I improved and the standards: were turned in to the county agent'soffice
-d FOR SALE
i I bureau as a result of of chemistry data gathered United by according to the report received !
by the
representative of the
''' depaitintnt. of agriiulture] in Biological
Savvy or the United
I I lesrarch, work on fruit juices and! :I States department of agriculture, whoassisted FIVE ROOM HOUSE BUILDING fOR
I
beverages./ The indus In organi/.ing the SA1ETEN
it is said, may be extended I In addition campaign. with
I I to the prizes; the 1,800 water, light and bath
,
] ( the more general use oI moleskins will be oH j and the ;
money
Nearly lJa. every ingredient: the""j II returned to the young trappers.The two porches andBEARING all screened; BY: TWELVE FEET

f has been studied by the hu- : Mexican bean beetle has bee'irecorded I garage

-sugar, acid water, flavors, and l from 10 new counties. in Ken TIN ROOF
d ,, juices. Methods have been de tucky. It is now known to be present FRUIT TREESOn '. '
"s for detecting: genuine and imi over practically the entire central CEILED
' flavots. Satisfactory formu area of this state. During the past high ground; in nice
r for preparing a number of them month I it has nl"o.bf'en I reported to the
t' I been developed. It has been United States department of agrieu-! neighborhood ; 'on brick i WIRED '
that by replacing one-half the lure from four new counties in wed road. If you want to

1 , ,' ,+ > : with honey sirup manufactur t-ei-n North Carolina. home buy a .... .. ...........
c 'a can improve the quality '01 such I have it for you at a t

w r t. I chocolate drinks a* root beer sarsaparilla! id bargain. $500 down ; bal' APPLY AT II
:ai ti s at an increased COlt of digestion
>,J : ximnt41y 0.3 cent ance on
a naif-pint easy payments. See

I ; 'i ..]>',the with Clearness no increase and pajatability in] food value.of Dt fbr KINGS PILLS the owner, 301 MAIN'STREET ; ,,
cdntllpaffloF.L. >
a beverage* depend largely on the ,.J.Ui U

+' .: J' ; 70 er city used..tn water supplies chemical]In composition the United Jr J. RICHARDS 44. rI'

has been ascertained., .4s. 4& '1i1J1
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.FARMER SHOULD"'CHECK UP ONt SO TO 80 MILES AN HOUR NEW. USES FOR FURFURALSOUGHT . . ..,
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HIS PROPERTY .COMMON SPEED FOR BIRDS :'BY: '' DEPARTMENT. ,:. s a
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I - Jt 'Wai.AAg TQ 'See The Doctor 1 1NEW t
"The !inventory the most !impor- Certain species of hawks have a New uses for furfural a sabstanee %ant record to be kept on any farm speed of .200 feet a second, or about made front corncobs by processes'.developed -
every farmer should make one ;, 138 miles an hour, says the Biological by the bureau of ehemi!trJ',
Inti year, preferably at the season : Survey of the United States depart United States department of agricul-r
slackest work, and on the same ,'ment of agriculture. This might bea tore, are being sought by that bureau W LU i
late each year," said J. E.. Turlington, suitable rate for a racing airplane.The since the cost of its manufacture now "
professor of farm management of the' canvasback duck can fly from 130 will permit its general commercial ,
Florida College of Agriculture, when to 160 feet a second, but its usual rate use. It can now be made at a price
'asked what he thought of the farm inventory -" of 60 to 70 miles an hour would be that makes it of interest to a numberof
pretty fast to be enjoyable'in a plane manufacturing industries.. It can

"Indeed, it I.t very! important" hew .making a pleasure trip. be used, for instance in the manufacture
aid. Every business muri;; If 'a"good The crow is the least rapid'of a list of synthetic resins which hereto .
one, does this, and it cannot be denlci:! of 22 migratory birds, flying an insignificant fore have been made chiefly from formaldehyde tr orrafd
that farming, is a real business.' average of 45 feet a second, and phenol. The commercial -, .
Before a farmer attempts ta:>> put or 30 miles an hoar. Of course this demand for synthetic resin {
into practice thin suge&tion he should speed maintained steadily an auto- compound. is increasing rapidly, as
have some knowledge:: of the methodsor mobile would mean a very fair.rate of they are used in the manufacture of :
princibles invoked. Unless h's progress, defying the speed laws in printing plates, phonograph records, t 1
lists arc complete and the values ussi many communities. alost cf the varnishes, plpe\\stems, electrical-in tr
l jned correct: his inventory will b: of birds. listed, however, do better than ] strument parts, buttons binders for K4t'
1 fu value. the crow. Curlews and jacksnipes brushes, glue, and many other useful
"'1))'thc first place," Dr., Turlingtonsaid can fly 55 and 65 feet a second,' while articles. In addition to furfural,
in speaking further on this sub. quails' prairie chickens, and ruffed |there have been obtained' from corncobs ::::;: sir d5 1a
ject, !"the farmer: should secure a grouse can make 75 feet. The dove ascetic acid and /gummy material{ 0
small l permanent note book and rulo tan reach a speed of 100 feet a second,. which can be used as an.adhesive in s s vv t
It so that he will I he able to write in or 68 miles an hour, although its usu- the manufacture of paate-board box- +
the Individual article and their val- al rate l ia less. Redhelidc, blue- es and may prove useful in the manu
ues for the first and lat. of the year winged teals, green-winged teals facture of coal briquettes. ,
"tie should first list his farm and! Canada geese" and different varietiesof Experiments ore under way
dwellings (real estate), then all \li ivstock btant can fly over IM> :feet per second manufacture of furfural from other 1
determining the value of each; ranging in speed from 68 to 98 agricultural wastes, such as rice
next, a list of all muchint-ry, taking miles an hour, but usually fly ot much buckwheat hulls, cottonseed: hulls, and
Into consideration the ago und ''! slower l rate. j peanut hulls. Peanut hulls yield
ber of years that each machine lum.I'I I I When one recalls the authenticated! less than one-third the amount of furfural
be of service. This will ' !lease of the little blue-vmffed teal I Ii that would be expected from-a
jtu.lnjl' jvorythliig !Iu"un,-.? .. yrar, !i i. traced by the Biological. Survey from' comparison of their pentosan content
or at least/ knowing? whinit may be Luke Scugog in Canada, to Trinidad, .with that nf nnrnn l.q- The yield
found.! iRottth I America, a distance of over 3- with steam alone is so lew as to prc-
"In duterrr.ininK the props"! valuation OliO( miles, it becomes clear that these rlu +e any commercial/ consideration
for livestock the younger unimult 'very' high cpecds arc valuable in en- cf the use of peanut hulls as a source I IWr
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will Le iiiirehf-inK. in \ -loco \v .ule the 'ahling the migrr.tory birds to reach of furfural by the process as used for I
older one will l.e tfvr! ( Jhinir.!: Machinery their winUr hcmee in warmer cli- I I (corncobs.. There are indications ;
valuations are determined' bv. the mutes within a rtatonable" l period of I| thi* yield may be considerably Increased I
numner of yearn th machineM" l Itl' fine. In the case of many! birds the by the use cf certain catalysts I, --
of service, allowing sufficient amount high ,speed attninabie'eoan1eM! them to I I j jfw&pe ; and the effect of these will be .
each :v ar f n i -ar-and-teir: or de many natural\ or human enem-:' studied at .
preciation. ies. I 1 I -- I I.TRYING ( *: tht,11r4"lfymt, +r.
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"At the I.aJf 12 month i it will]
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:NEW COLD DRINKS FL.V'OREDw7TH - --- --- .
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be tieitsisui. ',' to 1 K.I 0c' end} m.iKe th : ( HIGHWAYS -- ----- -------- .
valuations of the malfiiul anj to add APPLE NOW POSSIBLENow : POULTRY BlTILDINfi FOR' .\MERICANS EATING LESS MEAT I'ORANGES:" INDISPENSIBLE ON
new builJii''i't or livestock or m chin- ,I' 01'1'I Washington Dec. 25;;-How to make' T.1111'l'IH j SUI8ERSUIAIS DECLINES HIGH CLASS HOTEL MENUS
: i ame apple ic>* crt-im, 1 1
the
try bOf.;nl or built in the meantime. ftpushible. modem highway; skid-proof is an -- -
The ii'vuntiTy' nt the end of the yea" I; ,ether: .the A flavoring. nluetit. tnkt apple make oil thatucsst..es !.engineering I problem to( which the National Tampa, January 4.-In addition to Figures and charts on the meat industry W. F. Adams, manager of Tamp \.
will serve r- tins firs' rn\tnlort' for > !Motorists' Association is going" the erection of a Sti; ;,UOO concrete. of the United, States, showing I Bay Hotel and the Temple Terraces JI i
the aurin-dii.g vuur. has ben the( aroma! I of> F.ripe B. apples Power ., to direct its attention this coming. I j| K-v" (ii prtoaieil ly r
"In addition ti the invent IV it will 'id V. K. Chestnut, of the Bureau ofihemihtry yiai.' The. number of automobile ac- large atendance erected at the are gixen in an exhibit, entitled I Club, at Pike, N. J., through the .
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bo necessary tr take the cash ;>n h nd cident, accompanied by fatalities next Smith:; Florida Fair, February 1 i "Livestock StatilliIb the spring and summer season. In a re'I
,, United Sl.hI( departmen'of (I I ) I
along with all acount, that are ilje. ugti'.rltare. und rjuMiO service ,! which can be attributed to slippery to 10, the fair association is lUBhintr I I United States department of agriculture I cent mtl'l'iewIr.: Adams stated :
This together with the mtrease in : l u "or the i I pavement surfaces has been sufficii to completion a new poultry building I II i at the International Livestock oranges got) so high this spring, and
inventor., M .''l pri\e the farm meom' patent.. :sue >etn gr.inted : pro- i I cut in past years to make solution of ]I I with n capacity of 5,000 birds and a Exposition at Chicago, Decembei to oianifi-s got so high last spring and
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after, the O'itstar.iii! cxpiin f f..r the rt Tractor who ", t.etr.work" the problem impetativ 'I J200) by ;oO-foot extension between the I''' 9. his guests were eating !so many of
Power -
year hiv been paid" a of An anouncemcnt just made public Snow aiH i llrorcin exhibit hall, These statistics show that the United -, them, that he was compelled to take
I.t'nee. ifijll on the orullem
pro. 'sajs in part: i which will make for the | them off the this
menu. Following
room mUll> Stat.-. while still the
during this; c/Ji;i Hvntr Hawaiian fruit having ;
Dehydrated Thus far the of receivedfrom -
i piohK'm constructj new counties which will exhib: hen- so n'any complaints were
l nations the
principal of
... I.ill rrctliiit on 1l'mi"l l ir.\' -''t'gations; meat-eating
'common lul ; il iUfjMT.: j and ;
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po maintaining a smooth iiunhkid The old poultry building has: beetleased 'world, i is undergoing a general de- | guests nt the hotel especially
shown it the 1921 Mhui ftir \1- the > f the odcrous c--iiktituervs.\ >f annle road l ha- baffled the skill of the: to the Tampa AutomobileilKakis1 heads of families who wanted them '/
!II !is -puratiun h8. tit riurit: of hnv"f ; dine both in per capita consumption I '
federal a riulu>i a' txptnni trnt Ktation utp The non-skid I
< engineer. only puvrments Association and will sluICe fci the children, that Mr. Adams
I | of weal and in the number of food
; ,Hubotanii' in it that dotes notIM.IUI
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of th" I'rocluits whMi ;g lid t'ill the
territory. i courtly today are thoseIroa.trurt.d I im it the largest uuto show ever held 1 1I xiiimal in pro\ol'liclI to the populution. compromised liy stating that oranges
In -
the}
have been fnj'vl !I." 'he '"ti" to natiu illv in apple. .
i of '
brie! blocks ofgranite. would
or I the
in Tampa during the fair pcr'od. The I no longer appear on menu
situation is illustrated
thiit diff-is from .ntart f4ialhprepared This
have "p.ul; l nI'I't, ,, ':rclT.it, : to, > eportf. i
| .. flavorrof 'niw poultry building, located north of 1 strikingly)\' by u chart of the trend of n full supply would be provided forall 1 1I
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to tli" Ui itid Clot d'paltn'l) ; : bureau hue- '. ,. ., mostu'ithlile i "A c.inc'ic'ti1 road\\ay can be made : the 1'I"'ida'liuilditii: opened lust year, 'human !live-stock population in th? I children in the hotel, and to OthIMS ,
of aurn"ulntrr, art dvhvdibt I anan ('I. ).i .r. u uon-skid by ,,(':uifyin01', roughening who 1
:: { will lie of the most modern type, withha.vMeth especially requested them
States
I from 1850
to 1922.:
with I Ignited :
: Tlic-tr' i
.. < vi-riige
from which n 'x lt.-i't! uiijied product I the surface before the finishing ,
I lop roof, providing the l hI t After this, the demand increased I'
Among live stock the number ofswine
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.lie obtained' ,h')IJmtcd the apple IiI uits l Jiu.tr; c'instjt"en b nrd .' hut
cnn : oapa-| ( "", experience Allows lighting and ventilation. In the ious opcsitionufe--------- .
ccni is the variable and p :
which mixed with ;ienioii mukelean < t '. ))actor Power -,.toS t'li th" .that it will! not nrn-fclirl. Enl.th.'WII.t. j I | most sheep ..
yit ( stay than
usoilin i ter of this building will l>e u lark I hoh... greatest general dine.The more "f'rHe fout'd ita- Berious -
;.I 1 Leintrulatili.., rut' l .
m.v >
(' bat 'U'licioi.' raa1: a.1! I d I 11drat' j' / oil drippings from liuffic all 1 fountain for the display of wuter proposition to I supply the many
relative of the oJ
iht 1-ijUintioii tif food! ,product\ positions curvesin
from which! : jillj ..mto |I' till the crevices In short lei'
ifuuvu I up 1 or< fowl.1.I | calls for fruit which was costing him
this chart at the time Indicate Ji
th 1..t have to br 1 heated. : jt '* since.iiIIr I present -
rnatloSubucrili suitMlil-<.r flat '(,.d drinks with the result that the row] "i is soon I| IJy connecting the Snow un,1 l Bro- ': that the nation will probably I from $12: to $'lr;; per box: at that s>'a- '1
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i without the non-rhiil! feature. lein exliibil halls, the. t South Florida > enenre ;increasing diflculty in Kup- I soiu as several boxes were required! .:'
for The Volley Garett arid let i r< fcm. ek.j I
Keeling that the time has com '
j / ; Fair will have the longest building nFloiidu plying' its e\er-incieasmi j I ouch week.Mr. .
i when the utmost skill und science and probably one of Ih. with sufficient meat products population and at I I Adam further stated) that it .'
i should be ought into play in build- longest exhibit buildings in the rouii- the time providing of '' was temarkable to note the lirga
I same a surplus
I [ lug American highways, the National try. The two old halls will l I.e l.OOO these. products for expoi t.i I number of people who ordered orange! )
| Mrtoiists': Association intends to feet in length when completed!, an I The principal meat-eating nationsi I juice as a preliminary to each meal!
Frdsor.TRACTOR. I ico-opeiate to the fullest extent.' A fifty feet wide. i i of the void in order of percapita regardless of what other fruits mightbe .
!; ..t"'I)' will \\ia made to determine j Pouring of concrete on the new' consumption. are Argentina Australia used also. The orange juice was
whether concrete and asphalt sur-.1 grandstand hall been completed; and 1 1I an I New Zealand, with the United'States i frequently followed by prunes, canti-
luc-e.s can l be made as skid-pi oof as" .stalled tlvj other fruits but artless
i work has been on placing fourth. Icupe or re){ : /
j brick or granite block. j'I gigantic roof girders into place All I __ _______ of.other. things it seemed to be the
SURI'I.USIUIY { indications arc that: the stand will be Over 8,000,000 pounds of sweet ofie indispensable.!
SUPPLIES AID .an complete readiness about fifteen I jcoin for,,aced was produced commercially This instance only further prove
STATES IN ROAD BUILDING days before the opening of the fair in 1022 which is an increase of that citrus fiuits have earned, especially

-- I Approximately , J J100 percent; over 1921;' but still 20 as a food for children on thmenus
worth less thexfive-yeur: of highciasB.hotels..a'ld.* h l
J' delicious home-feeling than uver- :
liii' .. r I of load building machinery and other I value this ] percent
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:.- supplies from the surplusvar material UK one of the choices gifts a parent 1 age, according to the United States the homes of the country Sealdlwe'd -

I of the tinny i including UO.OOO motor 'can Lestow.-washingtnn. Irving department of agriculture. Chronicle.

> | M hides have been allotecl to the -
tt
huieau of public loads.. United States
department of agriculture. The m.ilerial I
ol- which approximately *lO-
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| VOO.OOO worth has been delivered! !say. '-
: Ihf huieuu in its annual report, hn,
tnahhd many of the states to otgun- ;
ale and equip niumtenunee division, ,
I
!; tn patrol the entire state load system
'(he laiitest item of materials de'ivied -
; I II II'
J'A <' .onsifted of shop ma<('hill'r)' and
shop tools and equipment. This t'n- I
Jill / lied l the I state highway; depart l ments
+a a to equip shops for reconditioning
O 4l._. repairing motor vehicles find other '
S T 0
niotop-dnven nurthintlv) received 'i
IJfryL Henry from the goveinment.; Thn shop ma- I' .

I thinery consisted mainly of lathes, ,I",
'tool grinders, milling machines, cutting I

1 FordL1W' '1 and electric machines motors.Approximately, planers. drill pressi. ,I .I

I 8,000,000 pounds of I II
yeas Right 1 picric acid have been distributed for II I :-sma- ,
k rotid-utposes. '- I
( When In addition to the material I
distributed from the excess stoics nt I II
; amps and! arsenals in the United\
I States, there ale now being returned e ,
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% He Said:: from Germany and Flame 150 niotoi .,. .
trucks, 24 Cadillac automobile and I
:JI.OOO.OOO I ) pounds of spare motcr-vehi-
The Tractor will enable the farmer
to I cle parts, shop machinery, and mitih-
work fewer hours in the day giving him I inc tools. I II
II
more time to enjoy life. I believe the tractor 'FACTS AHOTT RIIST: MITE .AII I I

will make farming what it ought to be I i KI.OItlDV) _CITKl'S:. 1 INIIl'STHY' I .

-the mod pleasant the most healthful, 1 IN.\\' frets/ on the life history of the
lust mite, a cltius< fruit pest in Florj -
:
the most profitable business earth'
on j Iida, have been discovered during the
the Bureau of ICntcniolI !
past year by -
This tractor has done much-very muchin Io/v-
I OKy: of the United. States departmentof
bringing true Mr. Ford's prophecy; for in agrirultiiie. These! facts and the /

it is a machine which has harnessed one of I which methods have for been tearing developed the rust bear mitt dire "

the most dependable, efficient adaptable, I I ('tly on methods of conttol. Hetetotfoie I .
economical sources of power in the worlda I j the work on the rust mite has dotit bnu'#> CMmtibnow
.
{, proven to be most inti'itaUas( it hat* I >>aiB?
machine that saves from thirty to fifty been very difficult to determine the

per cent of the farmer's time a machine I host plants of the mite or satisfactorily I. setf k Will
s
to study its> life history.
which many farmers claim plows, harrowsor Several forms of sulphur and sulphur p "

drills as much ground in the came timeas compounds> have been tested .

four, six or even eight horses. And morea against sulphur dusts sprays in comlarillo1with determined. Continued liquid -- Overland im/ortauti/ .

{ machine that takes care of every power progress has been made in the '

the farm. use of Bordeaux-oil emulsion spray
job on I IJnnouncemtn
for the simultaneous control of citrus! _

CaD and let's talk it over or telephone diseases and insects the work being ; ,
? ordrop carried out in co-operation with the "

aa a card: and we wifl .brine the fact to yo 3.I I bureau of Plant Industry. Experiments .' 1'r rn-n. bI/I. _.c .

I are \\ID progressrto- develop an _ I''_ j!, ., '. ).
adhesive sulphur' so that possible, f". .. '. 'I:. !''II'''' i ;.;
M. AUTREYAuthorized it will remain on citrus foliage a . I'.. -- ,1. .\ .q.t l!< \ 'l .
much longer period than at present .1':10':/" .;" ' ttrr It .
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Authorized Dealer OBSERVING OLE : -... .1-'"
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..Phore,, ;5, KissitnineeFloridg."' ?f' i ."There ''have, been. many I" mean' it.t . ..." .- 0 - '. '- .,''1. ra "Lt . r---- r t'., : ,e'itti .. ., ,
.b.. .a: ps'dtri. rrit s'xrr." .h- tnings8aldjU: bout the_ flapperbuti, no, t; art .... ..,,!,- i ,

'' one/ha.. yet. claimed, ..that. she 4J1o is !er'j J .. to

'' *' .. ..y.-u.b..t,... r.. ., +rwuv..M--r..r4t' uI dressed.:. .-w: ..... . {_' ,?1.1,*., 'Ii< ,.J" .. '

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... ..q,.... .' FRIDAY JANUARY 5. 1923 .
FOUR .
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"ANTITI..t:: or tVtHttlcmau; anteutwnnt !

: ,d In Kl iilmm<>. to retailVat.

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I The dverti emena: In a newspaper are more (vll of knowledge in respect to what II going <>n in a' Tiliis I,er rrodticl I I'm'tli'UlHm Invf-HtlMTnt mxl ,valuable I thin_nmJ.Ii'K of._

.than the editorial column are,- emj w"iwJ B..:M. ,, mailed free.' Write todoy. .j'atlclnii ,.
nv or community t % Conijmny. l>erst. K4, Mamitvl -

rLYfll.411E1) ... | Tenn 4.4\II:
THE KIPMMMKKVVAt.I..HY. OAZIJTTKKVEHV
: KKIUAV'V. \V A N'J'1.:1'1-1' <1 II n. married.! forRtnb.'
a I lIsihet'Teit. thin, Coffee' route'4' ...llnu-] <
){)It"IMMI KE, FJmUIJ\
.. .......... on twa.a direct to family tra'Je. In Klxalmmennml '

\ II. II.\KIUS!> ___ -___..PrmtiHntK. nearby town, Attractive ilelrfry ( ,
U. V-XNH AONKW_.. .. ftcci'etaiy.AI.I.1MIN wagon furnlfheil.' Hond reiulrrd. >
T. J'Ji11iI __-_ .-___...ISditor l -- UIMHCHc I the f.lio\, ,,110'a; ; I Oraivl "..11\11 Tea Co., No. 404.
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of observation, doing a dinky- little I Jenifer Muildlng. \\"hlngtOI1f. n. o.
of not
is matter experience
till IIIPTIUN" MA'IICM a ""II11.etJ.i j, I Z n-t: :a'.t I (1.( t-Six
nfTcrs'ou .1
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nile ( "'I'?, 01".. \''- I.I'U 00 EDUCATION a .fcssior of economics in one of o-tr n":1ail1 tlt)<<: little -
ago pr iil nlliI l \ ;
Clint funri I'll. ,'I.I'II'0.0.. .__ .1.1111' of all tne 1 Itt-t.: a I Ihe 1(1. ..1 I cilere' ) aIt e S MISCELLANEOUS \
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t Ono i'ojvy, Th"itoftt h---------- .alt J leading universities made the statement that %/ .vefol anl. i ii IKrt,.,''," n-t :lth ccl ,"e hl\l1\ <"t\!\., !'oil d.-, 11'c manu.' .

ri tn advertising was lost, and attempted to pn chi ; : : littl'tbm.j.: p'f1n rus'i'H GRAPES brlnl'
IJ"I..r..1! 10' tllp pOK'.f'' lit KlHHlm- money 1n'I-1': inc\UI'l'r Kin-nn: a link ii .. '; ccihcc'tcng{ t .U"\
!' < I'b' lcI' >. ur Hi-.'o' .il-t.IIIHH mntl Ir.! obsei.itHn, by the s14Itll"til', of < omnicrcial failures.; \ > .. \ 'thc .itt ,\tl ci't'tig \ .-tii\\li" t ri'iiIi'ns. i*I IK lit 11*ii m"nlhllII ,
i : :L famous educatcTs! ricee. ,if f !IK ..imrn'.i-: disiiil.il.-::" ae.- > t.-t" ,pi.inline i \ Pitt lit an ncronitoi .u.\\

All rfunlllUHIt.at l o lltl $ "A. <_pt" frum oii- That )t.ioiessfir. is tuday . .
h"'I <- i ; ;
I It. J..d.1 .1ttcI l t. ,Kill I". i fturuc, ,I If 10 repudiate{ Ins' youthful% ,,b ervat.. j.< ..n. I lie I now reverses' tl elauHy al"'IJt, th..t;. 1.H. }li. !h" 11-' ,.::, toH'' :N hctittt'; .I can g'1'OW .t .tins, miipin. Into Florlttii nn.II'l.'N .. .!
nil..I Tot and declare* that 50 t, < ..f I I :' Il.tVI'. !h. l II (1'illlK WI'll temp <. III'IH -
! lin.hiiRs his vutilh today !! TU'.Ur.U: :I ,111 ,I't.. '))1"1'- ,' ,
-- g'f at \'. ]nlvnu t I :a91, \'C'rt t.i. -niK anti ,,1 g-rn\\ I othii :i'Ia ,liti'il fruit aleotn.iluibiilliH :
Fol .. A1 the comnn-n-al f jiluris are due < i ither to tliC failure to ad! verti'c ( h.iraclcr of[ the ;,,1\', iiicg; \ \\ hil h it ) I l.l.'rl.lii'i; 1'1 li.... hg., ". peach
r' ii >-i iion tu i the ,vuiois'it, ) ;.H-.1. I . . Inioi
; j;;. ) i iFull nint Ion.: free cntuI.K -
"MlVrni' A <''I' to .falf't or faulty; I ;advcrti-ing. .cii :Xo IAIMIKcnn: m-DW gn-it; \\tl.Mtln: ) >ii'\ 'i. :"h\1'1 I king}:. *,.. \ .\inpti: d l Nil' HI rliTMinpn., Fit.;.
wool ..in.lxon'veonly cs. .
If your ndvprti-ement! !says! you )have all goods I ''. 'hat' 'hall t\ c sifit.M.l.i'S I .
Yur-j.ni] and me. jt.M. :avrr.U'/:. IOt'c: V
: KKIUAV, JAM'AKY: 1923 ] 6H'r;. wool the time will come wien] you will.be ? Sliallse- buy < .f i tin- I !h'e1atl; l '"(-rth-int. .IJiII..J.C: : the :c4ufft J I ; i 1 923! i-ut.ilou If not nlifiilmi \

found out. When that tim'r comes all the advertising! : in the ; our lint "<-1..1 1 n"iri<* nnil n.1 middle \ Ithout the sterhnj'stmnji"i;: \ fur our con*.'' This liook will 1 contiitn -
WHAT WOl UE DO? world won't ?a\ e you. The public] will call jour name 1.1 u .t 11'rlll1gh i hj merchanl I the : \ jiliifiltlc )tirninfioii, for boll.,
inlclli L'I't
Every once\ in a'while an iictidontoccurs "Fake" and view with J1Ij.'- rust. The. ,1'111'1'11:1..1' RUM-D belI"e 1..1 b..fclnnir' a nl INIII, *.t. FVnil nom.j.tini'tiy. .-
you I I Y M)l\ I E -
ho Immoriities that. ., -t' ,\TICI'\\1.1 Kl."lullJ! RKljn ("!->.,.
I 01 bomJ other unpleasant II:' The streets of Bagdad are hn d with beggars, men w ; chn: laugh, hl.1 the h.tMness I'Iottl I ,'It)'. riniMn. 51-6ti
who (': : he l Km.ws hat: I'"p'rf-nl, .
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whets failed ll.uk of{ the.'c] beggars! -- - -- - --- --
cirsastrouK event takes place, tried to live by trick and 111'al,1 -atli
lu.lt1t'r, that a ful'f s-t-.teinctit -In-ut) t\.dr\ jioixl- <<< :SJ.rn.VI I I' II .\M: ) eli;' till is, *ImunJit) Ito\\.'
I. the person instrument!*' in causmir crowd the curb are long lines of littl!,' stalls where<; trick!:!' i r'! anil np.ilrnl, Tinf''irlnn 4J4)-t) '
their; hlll''o\; I .. :
with to t !
make the that he was under all the art of trade. 1 Everyone'j- \\'s the other Ji'- .
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t > excuse ily Yuur Hautbd): uc-nl..int, \\ ill .i. > "" "p anti chaipcv ;: you MtTII K sir '" '" l il. I'.l.r.l rieiThe "
the influence of "hootch "shine. and customer looli the tiad "man with s-;. spicion. -
ijicion ever) ujion aiidl.artcr, with him.
hot he, thinks he ) ou\ can dicker ..
uch stibil-/ei: COTTtfl1Od.tyanlung : > ran jjtt.; nnnun.1 h".t".r:: thutiar. -
There is thing as! a
or "likker. no IU's pricc.l man. I I'I e begins. 01a high price and IK'l.lilH. nf 111-) l.ank) of Snlilt' flouii
: That i c nt* an excuse, it's. a reason, them. T-hcre are no great drpurtment: Mores in Hagd.I. d many meet |I')<>rl hard\\aie hcm-!= that rairy tdiutantlv conns down step I by step to YOIl.That' an*! lice \ n"Aell..n uf nil other bu>.iIIIKII i- -
If the unfortunate occurence has no great clothing. merchants! no what httlchop Keeper \\ ho does not a(1-ertce that may' i"r<'for
your
resulted in a life being lost or in the trademark stamp that assures! you that \\ h..t >'ou get is ..111I' /; is what he does thi1 nx'tilni. will i In. livlil 4n the cllri ('-
I That
\\ ill do. 1 He J i ill not a fixed price ninn i.r's room ..f ..R.d. l tank i..i 'FUt'etla\
I other sel iou:; accident, we awaken_ 1 it is claimed to be. ooI") article. .litnu.ii ) !c't tli, in J '.itt p. ini .
of Here in this country our manufacturrrs !men of{ chamcn r.put I \> ith the !substitute! the "jut as i II ''I l :. I i.l.l.Ki: 'It. f u>hl. r1jt
whorl against ,
for a period protest i menh.int. a-k (f"r the nationlllad'er-
advertise the j.rodi ct (;" to the reputable ;
into their They
the person responsible- the irresponsibility integrity product. has stamnrd the price --- -- ----- --- ---
the manufac tttrt !
in the* momlnof th<-i for just what it is-that, no le!=!' and no mor ?< > oti go mt a tised eun.modity. I 1'I OTECTION.II 1 >OTIf i: OK si-riiG" I,K ro4Kotlri' ;>
here ran M-C it and t'lcereon rft, lit,l.lI'lt".
I miles from here and a--k {lir the o ii- you
here thousand !!
store a
or
of
deed the Some us
of perpetrator. ill- LUL of the ---- ---
that YOU KNO\V. You kno.hout it. You do't )oll are ai, intelligent buyer > ou w IM. lniil" I.'n 11i.it, th' twill
fall back upon the hackneyed phrase modity take! merchant that achertiFts b'ecau-e be i i" the fellow\ v> loe"H't Intin. ",, "'u..1 mi ,''''nt(, 't the
it in
willing
about prohibition not prohibiting, even have to have it unwrapped ; you are "' Ftin'MinliliTK, of THP Mi'rrmilltn sn.lKArm !
its with the seal unbroken : trade unFight, tIling to stand or fall by the public printed "*in hunk nf Kli-iilniim'i'. Florid.
original package -- - -- ,
which has been so oft repeated that makes. at tin, .,'Il-4> of ...01 icJ 1 ank in KlftBlnm '
we sometimes 'believe it. Each catastrophe unseen. This you do bccauFe It has been advertised. commodityfrom ...*. Kloilil.i ..II Tuihiliit. .l.n .ory 2.
I merchant who does not adverti or who cannot advertise Be \VISE and }buy the natior.all.advertised. 1 !t42 3. lit :.1 30 p m. |. ''Tt piobably makes us think a Every ; the local advertising: merchant ard leave it to the foolish I.., lug, .llr'r lots I...t, the ....Mul,, )'''a'' .
and nometimes honestly will always conduct a bn'ine!'s! of Bagdadproportions.lIe :",ITU! tin 11 IMHIK,1101\ r or nui'h ot h.-r hip

little more, we evenget jOQth will always be a little shop keeper, to buy at Bagdad.-By RiclarJ Lloyd J.n* ____ II....... UN In'% J'i vi' rl) ,'on" ",,((Jr.
"net up" about it. Occasionallywe .? *...i''d l Mm t KlmlJi i'*

almost! persuade ourselves that it __ ___ h _ _- J M I \\' Jl.l.s.. !\1.LI .
:- I ..Iitier.
in about ti.nH' we individually began I The unwrapping basis of its long I'KEVEMINtt; I ECY I-. 'ii m : i 1.\1 ii \:NI.IKmii; : 'ii.in' 1'I'' : I --' --- --- - -- -----
I
t . S h.inui fur i.."i.| .i.itHi. N. :.T, .1 l I I.:. i.. "11 <'I i i in i tin,JlII..n 4".
proving our allegiance to the law, broad. leaves form a tree like ouocuknt or .
SWEET roT\Tois) ,
\\ Mil:, !1"V. '" .i'S. ', i. ri.- Mi I 11 liul.l n.I Kftliltit" Hank OlK
of our country regardless. of what ) "tern from 10-to 20 feet high _ _n_ i I : fliiilii.*. -it KlIM" '1111. in tilS1A1
-
-- -
with j llowr stock rising through the f'are-ful) hardlin*; and uit bli. si .r-I til. hli.rlil.i ut I ihi. ,.1.ii..- vf lijKlm
we may have thought about the li- FOR RENT I Ii . 'i] I.. i :Hull I 1 I.'. :
I cfiti r and developing un a ilrocpmgsnihi age are the most, vital) problems I't'th. _______ ___ _ ,
------ n flea
I ,quor] question in the days H. 1'. I[ ', 1)ichprod ue's n compact .. sweet potat gioweis, ".incfr iiii, | ,. ::"I';| -i I I' I :. .. ,\| |It in--] finn . t I.i..11.1- n i It. I.I Ki-l cern li 4 T..3.

Those f.f us who do uali/c that .Ijsti'- or }bumh of fru t. with a yeluv 2O to 100 pircint of our potato I rn | ,. ' d 1 "I, U&iilIIIil' ''l. il I '"oil .1-1I .' '. .. IIN ,.ii i 'oil.. 11 i .11.\ -
prohibition prohibits to the degree! /: ) or u J I 11 iid) around a nut lit 'ou1pulp I lot- according t to (1.; I 1" We..wr. ti c nk ,|, -." I.11.1.,1.,1) ) : i I.:. .ill.,. I'.. . un ih, It. ., i i-tiit. : "
seed" - -- -- VII.Itll- l.t",,*. :I I II't.I ,.,1'llK .:,,2 ,
that lavic anenforceil' "pas th-I ibuck" iivunlly: .s pm.iologist of I lie) Flu ida i-xpi'rimi nt I ." I ill\. .. ft Hl 2'.(. (,
I the tropii the ilrii-d flour ofrIJ' I LOST
4 t.HtioM. '.., .
I I I'oIt..1.1M.U: a- |11..t! I nsi. n.
:
I: to thi offiieis hosi- ilutv i' i usul) for the' _ ... .
ha n.nas is m is to make arrests.. About the tim, -I of In) cad and cake. The banana ccnluins handling switt st. as to 1 .. ir < 'I1""n.O' I I., .it I Ii.-" I I..., nkint, II...... '',In.1 Inn.
j potatoes Keep'them
FOR SALE iminiMi . ,.Ila, ,-iin", "I Illll.-, !" "lilll J'' .ir..| ,l'i\tui.s. 4i'il .
we begin "cusmng the eops" we sometimes about 5 per unt albumin 20 frp ot t )biuises blemishes and I . -1 .
I ? --- .101 In aIq l Klml.' i I'] .I* r. till, l I"r. tn>m I lin ''a |i'..i..i. i I'I i.nkM < ;,.::K ; '
peihapxtcp to consider a few p< r cit, sugar and 70 per cent water. ''digger: lUts. "Sort the potatoes ", .. II! S Kl"\ii ., '''I I I Hi I Is"a',1 i '. iHlMIM, ..I.I I .,ii I.. I!. ...Ill.' II 'll.. "
.. .t Ut
csii: i I. ''t : I I c."I"" 1.
I The banana ill a plant of remark- before them 1'11"1'-1 . .. i .IM) Hi nif i ;.1 i ii ,? '
storing -
other phases of law enforcement. It and I' fully I ." ,._ .. 1 ,.,.oJ. ." " i N I.: i I.;' 'T./I/ i ,, .:;:;,-; "' 1' ,llt1tn.. Tim, I I... '_ "Ii I, -'I. .." Mat.'I 1 i 171
fably easy growj.h very great dec 001 all that are"potted .r 1,01-, !%.i.i.i It. j I I.I, D ii., ,.1. UiiKli.iii.uilill, . . .
unound.// in.in i *! < P-.t" r I' < .Jit (ill.1 I l..r" ;
is barely possible that our own at- i ititudes orative It should .J Ii. 1- .i'
haean
Hppeniancc1. advises Ii) 'Weber.The -t" C. '
] ii tn n I" I Jt I ;.1 iiti i II i .in ni" H.IV I t.,1
as membirs in ,good standiigof ;' ' abundance of moisture .and the I following ,roteau.fj by fun- .l-l, -mint.. ] .IlId l i t. . ', ,i' II..1 | T.,1., I < .
-uhi-r the soil the letter the resultsof C.s I c .\ ,,1.1'1"1"/ .1 i i.u.f ., i iK I. ii'.i" .'iiu.ll.u 411'OT'SH \ I l.lnl.lllflr..
the Family of eageMen: en. j'tt , i /i, tie given by !Itt. \Vibers hn c-aye ._ . ..n, .
I 1'iti- rill .I'i 11 IM j'r" -------- - - - ..pil.il I .si... i te I p..i.| I In .>iiipjiluK .
\ growth and fruit. The last -
I quite so conducive to incossuiit aetivity reportof that they are themai'i! rOISI, nichCause 1 .'. U ,I' :-.1'l oti, I I.,'."t. > '.. FOUND i i'I : | Kunil 45,1iiiIstiliiiii

our state department) of agnculajr worry and lo ito theFlorida ., | ) ..1..1'' .. Sjl.J. i il ,
..
\ "I' .
on tie of point, he.ilr.an" ; | oli with a.hite
part --t---"I
t says bananas are growing in 32rcuntica. : swe-' t potato grower: ''J1 c .*- \ .. lilt ] f.tni.c tiliU ts "r-.t 1/\\ n. r inn ....' l 10\ I l to ,"lii'i k. _ _ H n f.
I } '"piohi .j ent" as it might 1w. . Its consumption is 11i- ":::Ioft rotThis isery comm'.n. *-I,it bli\K I i lioin ..tut. . Ji'itiK,. .4 IIi II <' : -N and I ui, u hut -ir-|I".ft| Ii. Hinulnmaii l.irl ->.." inu.. l I'rp..iiit.. 7711( I iii l'
...
..ro..1 it.." Inn >* 'I li fc .1 I )h'"M.,1 'I \ min,1 l''rtlftnt.'of 110'1""'''' .135; .I'
I But here's another' vc l chan e creasing and it should have a place The betomenoft and > 1'adh.itt, I 11II.ft"u.la i n\iiiue '
ry goo potato wet ,.,.rn. ,,,'..1\1 ,'tt. "u. Io-rrv. ", I iiKhlit-M I'lii'ik" i >,it.tiinillli.' .270 ,',
t to pass the well-woin "bucl.! around every home in Florida; ull mushy quickly after being dug andtoTE'.I. or truck. Caic',,, .it .liniuiiiN,. :NilmilKnit ; \ ---tx ,l I Hills! l*/\> alil.. _ _ ';.iiollO. ,,
the. wet places on the farm sh"ul.l) 1 beInnted I it' flIt ,
and, it is often covered ) "
:
1 Strange how much mote- adlii'tel -mt. .r
that habit we are in the matt. under I tnr.\e; well, nqumnp only .s M.iKi: \< < r.M.t'l, "Imll- 11 liwaltr I..rl"Il.I'o"n' .
an can
o< Hem one potato to those around i iincl. \ ln-ht".. I." l I..t "', ''vf \\ K:: 11.'I'n., "h.. linn if..oil I .,-. ) or ipeea! pp.
I
discussion than we are in most = >nnl hoeing to keep tht weeds down. it. Th's;. i i i.e the worsttoi'ajre rnt t I v..n I 101.| MI\H I li' .>in. s, ,.",.1 i ". .i.. atI.JIHI iiiiitv., j 'to ..If, i' f..r.t l i.in ol '': I. J M. U III"... ,,.,.hi'r of tt...' -\bovo.
things! :Millions of bunches of bannnas an known. | :Vi ,i-..n i mc.: .Ii : i'.. :N. !IHKII lt-iilt\ i 'o :1'1 I named bnnk. ilo "..I. 'nulnw.ur,, ll <
I I ::.. I -- -- -- _.. lb' ,
unnunlly impoited Ircm the countries . __ .. ---- --- nbo\e mctiaternei in Irii* lu ih. I *-i-'
But we do it. We read in the daily "Black rot : 'I his i, rot i iharactti-'- : i' \\ .\ :-' rt-i". > oun g *A.limn' rnr rr Ilm..1| --.t, ''Ic' Id.liWlfllld.. III.I l>. ll.-f
,,
I south of us.. Growing bananas is a ;zed by greenish black, circular "qt"\I.,. 'i'; ",1 nil. ,, \h", ! t tI ..rtitl\ cci l KlBi.liun.: .. *- ,.II': ,, J \1 ,\II.I'iitN.
press how a court has imposed upon .1 I .s. "w..tk..It.i :. i III-I -li.'t :'l-'x t :: only .
profitable industry at the Shaker smooth, 'dlprt"ssl'd spots.! Often black \.l.ln-8s K I' \\Iull. i.., 5' ipIl' .
a distiller, or a vender} a sentence of Colony in Osceola county and could dots! develop in the center of thtse1 ,onnton i li-i.. cliitvANrKIr'.mn .- .tr ''.)! IIBl'TATTKST
F Jlt ".\LJ'-'fYI'' f'-r your :M! utruii ----------
J. M.
WIL.I.JttW.\ :
t '. six month 01.the road Kan-o1' ho follc wed in many other parts of. 1 spots \\hkh aid not deep and which either I'lca, or KIIK-. 'Or w.- .an dn : or elit-lcal. work to K. J.;. UH.MIK1-.
<< Florida. i-ompoBltlon' on ..*.* Mr:>,.. )be ilone <*v.nlnit* .
k where art fccncl offender has had (rcA I rarely nenetrnte, the heart of the '0' your .t"-'I iiiat odd Iliiifn It. .J. ill NICK.IHr.
i 'This Is and Bav.you moji;. y, V.: rite u A,1clrt.,: Woman KxrhanK. Kulnt ...I",.,. ,
.1 I "Jb ardrpr[ .ed him for a solH, yearJ HURRICANK THA J.EInn5.000') 'I Unto."' rot serious anti. common: ,< perttruizire.'rhc'' eltr Niiup,. 'm.'.. .Cluud. Horl.la 4.t1SVANTEJTo : $' utuserlbe'd.. and sworn. to before. rn' "..

r in exchange etor his services in' beau- MILES BY WEATHER BUREAU*.'\ :'Dry,!( rot} n' ThiB4 decay, usually;) be [ <")itt'4u.s2js( \: ,.nnd 227t1Ot(,..Uull.lnK\JRcl... ,, \ this 4(7) day ot Joniinrv. J92J.rnnriK .
\ d'
JeWS at the end of the potato, producing eonv'III"r'o'JQrlda..v.1 3.:! buy nccond-hand ouvRn.::
'f' lurnl-I
.tlfylngthe highways. Mayhap fI.'e | :A West India hurricane this fall a firm brown rot. It spec ails lure, Inrludlnii. ; oil 'clovebed." Nor ry public. Mali! at Florida

I, conclude that under such conditions I was followed for .two weeks over a slowly and eventually involves "heholv KI"trui in ,kin.;.\.tc2... :1 l.on.I.' on act'1-1 Ict 1. .:';o.T""IOJ""II"il i-ltrui .mil i AddrCps "Kurnitur naxtt ,. .My) ('omml,, lo" ..xi>trf" <<'28'E.I. -!

the arresting officers whom w..' have distnrce of more than .1,000( miles' b>' \\ ) ) pou.to. The inM-r' part ,becomes . room. l'iiiiunlo\v ultn lialli' 'ai' - -- -

: been: Jis-JU8Hinf have a bit more incentive |I incin: of ports made to the weather I'lack and di'%'. I It J., not, c < .,inn il lit. I",,,... i III hi', huUKifi.>rr
bureau of the ''Hi. l>ll )1"-" ) M.llfoll. 'ii.| i] 1. pltSH'IIK" t
United State, tiefartment
,- .1.1'I ., ii,1 Hjul I 'l.oatr
toward rti"tol
activity, that perhaps i.n i ''I '
of agriculture. bye,,,clcoopi'rating ] .T-i'.a iiiuk; Rot : Iln- i* sti lii .. >v' t.o ,1. : II Tat ,tn,, II..il.l'iii', .nth ...I I t
prohibition may be made to prohibit in its m.il'ille 'iiu-teiu'uipical ;- .. ...t"raIl'LI'ot.. I It inter, tli po'atu .11. hoi .. I.umiHto.i .. .nil. I

f- It is within the realm of possihili- work. This sf>rm rnpinat-1 I thio.igh a wound and develops SOA- 0', .. .. .::. ....." .".. ite, ,. Ii..,..

that wuiult.. i about Si'pU-mber lit: somewhe Iv 1 ly. Its inside* i.i always black and i.s ,i.i-.i. ..1 I. I I't, t,)to, I7ii.ii'i i. ill h"'I'I
ty \.J: mijrhteet( to 11 1C' "Ifl I-r <|tll< ,t I .It >4rilHI. ; ,
iwefi' tin. \;l'st13"t( of Afiii i,. ;ir I I.I I. rtaide "fl'n( Incomes; hleL k.; The p. it , what we would do iup :Ml., .. KlKlllllll., 1..1 .it New Year

tion officers.! Such< "lnukingf'1 I li.. thcouiti ----- -- - ,
; d _' northif the Eir.toi(| : .'. It'fjr..t four er light v\ee'ks. It i is vi-:.' -Ic 4 j' :;:

might probably! make us )believe / trl\ .I..d in a st -.t by north I I ell I i .it i I.hi".? 'c.tit. \tr.i :i iflucky
we had) accomplished 1 snmetlnn.ir I ( tl'lndinglike most hur, fl"c. -. '1 "I'hiiwial( Ilut : Thi-I : nil i l- Usually' I i pliiits' Kuly Ji-rn'v. tIO'j I

toward nation.0, i 0' this t''po 1110" (' and !mor tr ( hi. fo II:!!-( 11 strat.< :TOISIF. I It prodiic'. *. ton \\ ikelt'li Kl.it I Oulrli 1 .."10.. :

maintaining our northward as it prog-essed> :ani fin :. !.'a": ':N liciav, \\hich is diklinfciii-u t (d i if I ,I.IL I"<.-ton IflM-n. I' MIL\ 1.. ii i IvI
tandards. I I I-: |_. n;,.<., .:1.I \V iii t. ti...ui. i ',intinluni. I
ally re-carved to a nortlieasteilv diI i-m tdc. ili rot and Java black lot -
> ..
I .
: *
ill) i'oleii-! \ (htti' lion
Again \sc- might consider what yn' j 'ti'in ibyut! midway between Tcito ii:, t lot pnsenie) of *aiaii round J',,,!. 4'..1. i'' i'i'.'1ict'i ni-ll 2(1(1 c 1111.: inn.j I II I

attitude might be if the oppisitc Rico and Bermuda.On j u in tne fle>h of the potato It is II 1 : .. , ,
SO..111111 :
t 4Mi r.itk.l KllniHMlojit.i :
state of things We : September 21 it passed close to-.JtOt ter : ,"mnOI1. This Rank
prevail might 1 O.i I -2tx | wishes you all a Happy"New
Heimuda causing extensive damagp. -
I
day-dream about what we would do The United \AOlCkMI'H) :: \\'i1 lIEU:: Bl'HKAlI'
States
battleship Maryland F..I It HM.K ;5.:0'u. 1 l.ind., loi
II< if we had arrested a maker of returning.from Brazil with Secretar. 1IIISTIUUll'l: (, WARNINGS: I, ....rinn on thii- bit.-" 0 I In O'I.n",. Year. If. the past year has been bad, let us I

shine," and hat! rood evidence :'' hughes! and other officials on ount\ \\ Iii H.ll. "11'111' It I. 1..on. I 1.- ,
board) felt'its A umint'nial 1 whun doi-s KlHHllnnK'H. Klurlila -4txKoll
influence although ) company make the
him. Or coming better. If
against we might Imatri(' ---- -- year the past
never nearp:' than 200 mile'l to th<* a )blgC fruit business in C"e-ntial anil i
a contingency even simpler. Suppose SALI--I' iiit'I Tw <-ntfniii.
I center. The hurricane reached the !south American countries contiguousto i Acre tru."I. firm' ","|1\11.\ ,. 311 I NIainurti has been
f the defendant pleaded guilty. Sup I eastern, p.-it of the ocean on the 24th. the> Caribbean Sea and also op- I ,t :-4l.< year pood let us make the coming I

pose the court did not impose the Here its influence extended ovi-r the e ales Feveral lacho plants: ..n those -.- x

road sentence. Would we feel eastern portion of the trans-Atlantic regions has arranged with the wcathI Full SA1.K< -Foul lotirlns m. chi-ap year better still] a'f]
gang I
f HijiianHi' al 1 i;" Main itrt in
bureau of
the United
1'
steamer lanes an,1) States dt'I
I a large number of '
again that something had been I city Iliu- 2-3t.'
accomplished -
vessels were heavily involved) including | part rll"nt of agiicultuie- broadcast _
-
--- --
tM_ J? along the line of national the IIl'il,1) weather bulletins twin- .1
4 ; ; Aquitania. The storm brokeup daily FOR S.M.K- -ins' l.villillnR lOA t2 I cit
standards ? We might stretch theE on the 28th along the west coastof I for the "benefit of Caribbean! hippmg.; 1 tin roof; tlcttrir llxturi.H I Imiulro.it

imagination to the point of absurdity. ""111 ope I These bulletins will be sent from the .: :Jill M taIi ,Ktreit (, t-tre

From the 15th to 21at the progress I radio station on Swan Inland in the 1
-
L Suppose the man who actually plead Fi itt ,
l SAJ.Hliuliy) : chick >. pllr'.r.I.
of the hurricane was broadcast western Caribbean.
I I barn |il>'nii'Uth roi )IH and, white
ed guilty didn't get a sentence at all. ed by radio upon information furnih- \ The morning' bullet in will be in two I iRlioi.,.IIP. .14..Ircse Koultry Kurml

I Suppose he were let off with merely ed by the weather bureau, but after-i.pacts, the first to be broadeasttyj only' >rlan
i[; paying the costs of the case-if sucha it passed Bermuda advice.H were no 'I during the humeane season which. I 2-6t. Merchants and Farmers BankOF

thing could happen! Would we longer possible on account of its distance embraces the months June. to /Novem- I, FOR SALE-One Bi-t Electric Wall
precluding radio communica )Pft. inclusive. It will
; contain weather -
I'lute. ITartlcally
still feel that ( new At n ri-a
something
z t' along national tion. When reports from the Aquiinia observations from 10 selected sta- finable price. Apply Valley Os-

. r F fond other ships appeared in the tions in the Caribbean Sea and on sotta. 7-tf KISSIMMEE ,

Oh well we're just supposing. \\"earen't. press telling of the storm in which rrear-by eoasts,; the second part of -.

.- prohibition officers. they wore involved it was suspectedat the bulletin: will contain daily fore- l. (423 cit "Verona"I.I'--IIr.. .ntii'i'l,houHi. ,tntl f.O foot t icrk't Iron, I

the bureau that the storm cants of wind and weather .,.
: -XXXBANANAS was for the inch 126 rti |i Api.I l | ) to \SllllHniFOR -
--
IN I I none other than the hurricane which Gulf of Mexico' and the Caribbeanjwent 1"llIlnl';,. :i'21x; ---

.I FLORIDA had sod! Bermuda few ---- ----
I pa a days beI II of west longitude 7U: degrees, -
fore. This was subsequently ccnfirm- and advices and K.\lE-t CnhhaKi) plant All Vfl-
( By Moses Folsom warnings< .
) I regarding
4
j| rli-tlcn, ion SU< f.oo., $1] 25. 1000.)
f 1( The banana is one of the most pop ed by ship reports received by mail. I the location and movement of hurricanes 1200. I I'DRt paid 1000. (100.; 600,)

ular of tropical fruits and belongs to | In co-operation with European weather in warm weather and "north- $3 75. KXPKSH. collect Riffle.

I the plantain family which U now admitted I I services the bureau is endeavoring: I e'I is" in winter.. WholfH.il.: ) I'Is fit fo ValdoRta. (Ja.

t' to be among the moat nutritious -1 I' to extend the radio storm-warning The night bulletin will be broadcast 49-4UX

I- of all fruits. There are many system to include the whole of the I daily throughout the year and KIIH SAI.K-Seven room bungalow BIG TREAT FOR THE PUBLIC

1' varieties of which quite a number are I North Atlantic Ocean. will contain forecasts advices, and all modern Cdnvenlences; centrally ,

;, grown in various sections of our i i't ALONG I warnings of the same character as IncRlpd on brick street Inquire at

atate. Only the hardy African variety -' SHOT BIRD I those contained in the second part of Valley Gazette office. 47t .

in the Roommate "Hey: Bill wake up.If the morning bulletin. .
% 1; grows southern (central) A circular eiv- FOR SALE. For Jten -------------
* ". and western portions of the state; ten to eight. I inK the details of the broadcasting Roomi and No Trecpaa FurnlgheiJ Card., 10

the fine flavor, and more delicate varieties Roommate (sleepily) "Wait till i nay be otained on application to cents each at The Gazette offlcn4l .

c are ,crown for commerce ipaouthern the odds get better then bet it all." ''the chief of the weather bureau -tf

$ s Florida. In the latter locality In soil testing meetings held recently Washington D. C. FOR BALE-Fin. THE
Broadway property.. CASINO
they do well and a fairly good by the Houne containing nine THEATRE
county agricultural of The room and '
agent bean is '
-1 : { trade .IM being. done in this fruit each Boone county which soy rapidly taking a kitchen; nuidern ; with furniture .
Illinois to- each
.;. yedrv The Jbett. market varieties farmer place as a major in the crop in the Lot 1110.. Oood title. Thomas A. '
attendingwas asked to bring farming of Roger. 610 Broadway Kl .
system
the lmmee.
belt
1 fr- the dwarf com :
are! fie, red. cavendish and several replacing -
samples of toil from his Will
farm furnish
s : oats to the considerable'ex a four
Udyfinfer With a little care this only .one farm showed that the soil tent and port SALE:-200 thoroughbred white piece orchestra. :
,. fruit'.wiD ripen' In all sections of was sweet according to the ..takingpart of the corn leghorn pullet 117 Beaumont. .o "
reports acreage says the United States department I_ "
flc$4and.venJfItdI4not.ltsup.. UniUdStates department of agrieul- of agriculture FOR BALK -Wooden every Monday, Wednesday and '1
.
'
Washing Friday
omam..taJ-thU. Although machine ".
: Iee,3dOe an aa litre.The ; jl/1
owner of this farm stated nearly
primarily: used for ; now. Apply set Main:
,' other iffee*. ,in lending a'rich tropicaL/ that k. has bexn growing ensilan forage pasture $tr_t. lO-tf
a large and

1''I.; _the a ppeanuic Jjome.*-.:.to "the rarroundlncs" ofj alfalfa."JWBt. of- clover- sweet -clover, -and during the"last, the few year growing has of become seed FOR BALB-Fin. residence ,ro : BEGINNING NEW YEAR'S. Y. ;J"1'1

J j j a rery profitable industry. AppJp au.ue,at Risaimme.tb. OraM. 01 The "aIle I-U,. 0 *"'.:" *M ;w: 11',


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,, 'THE' KISSJMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JANUARY 5, 1923 FIn;<'
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+ + 'IMPOR'tANT
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MEETING OFWOMAN'S SAINT JOHN'S GUILD KISSIMMEE BOY ELECTED TO WEATHER SERVICE INCREASED:

LOCAL I TOMORROW WILL MEET MONDAY HONOR SOCIETY AT "FLORIDA" FOR AVIATORS DURING 1923

A very important, meeting .)f ihc Burtown W. Ames of 'Kissimmee,
The'activities
PENflT 4 Woman' Club- will be held Satur Saint John's Guild will meet Mon. Is cne of the number of .seniors who the Weather Bur-
of the
( fur- 4 day, at 4:30 p. ))1., to take up matters day, January., at 3:30 p.; m., at thi were elected to membership' in Phi eau United Stte department
: Co- 4 relative. to the Woman's Club activities home, of Mrs. Arthur D.cmegr&n, 22 'Kappa Phi; the highest honorary society of agriculture( in ware
materially increased
: O during 'the. coming:: county fair, Clyde avenue." > AH members. are urjctd at' the-university; last;r month. fiscal In addition during to'the U'ti .
Solid leather work shoes and O and the/ Lyceum course. All membersare to be present. Each the fraternity elects ,the forecasts year. daily
year
,..-" at )lcCAUL ;Y'S. < urged to be : '. covering 14 zones into
-ttpi, } iesent.
( ) first fourth of the senior class in
B. Y. P. U., HOLDS WATCH which the is divided, iasned'to
< Mm. S. B.'Aultman: Pres. scholastic standing, from the five ccuntr
:Mrs. J. J. Griffin and Army, officials
son, : 4 PARTY AND ELECTS OFFICERS- p t-fce
.
relatives colleges on the campus. !A s a rule and to the'flying fields
liuve vUiting CKOSS-HEAD ,
b.pen
AND CUTTER
< uprr.all
.00 this election takes place at the end were'
oadcast
m T'tl. .00 4 ARRIVE Last Sunday night, following the of the. school year, but this year the forecast for all

Expert kodak nntshing '-$t 1> .00 The long ;;;t1cited crossheadand regular Baptist) church church, services the B. Y.at P.the U.First held choice was made earlier, thus giving two. Special- and more zones detaileJ except foi-e.

Ri-xull Drug Store. .00 cutter for the dredge which' to the new! members the social privileges for the three air mutes from
thtir
usual which
was extended -
.00.,> program the second
the
of
society during
beautify and. enhance the ,'alu 3 cf into'a bnd Washington to Norfolk, Virginia: to
< literary musical
Harry Hunter in back 1.02
.rllr. imvinff i pent part of the :.00 > Monday afterndon: It is new being one.consisting Following of the that, a watch and party, included sixteen' men from the various ton, Ohio,' were begun In January,

"I'r in Oregon. : a. '* installed and the councilmen in song( prayer colleges, did not include the full 1922. and Issued twice dai'y' at the
service, continued, till the old.
--- > charge report that it Is expected to year membership to be chosen this year, request of the Air Service of the army. -
-.t.' H Pepperell sheeting, ; 9 had gone. Then came refreshments! Lut only the highest three fouiths of
Individual
be in aviators before beginning
operation by the tenth the -
.' Hett.-- values at 1\I<: month. of .. and election of officers for tho ensuIng the total eligible, leaving more to flights with
Let's were supplied
go year, about twenty-five members receive the honor toward the! close ot weather
----- Information
:Mi', Kfitneth Butler anti \ --- remaining throughout the piogram:. the chool by telephone.
WOMAN'S CLUB THANKS year.Ames .
Important
y+ and '
uth I Eli/abcth havu been Officers elected Leah lleiz- Cxtenslve cooperative
: t were: is alumni editor of the
FOR CHRISTMAS
: j Kissimniee.Regular : HELP berg. president Uly Chapman; vici-- alTanfCment between thj Air
''t at \tin ; "Florida Alligator, and :Murray Ov-
Bureau
-- : Th.Voman's Club wishes. to thunk president; Nellie "iJowen, secretory-. prvtiiet, another Ktasimmee boy, is established to make weather information were

',,' dinner for :50c: : .; Dana the I people of Kiswimniee, the chair. treasurer; Irma Overstreet, com, -. axtdstant editor of that department.LINKING ) of greatest possible benefit to-
.
1 ont
ponding secn-taiy Ruth Herr.btiir! ,
men of the different committee, the ;
; : ( elts, choiister; C. P. Sheldon, quiz leader! ; -4:1'rIES: c UP army aviators. Fliers when away
A. '1. :MfCaulvy, who \MIS! week tontiibutors of money, those taking from their stations are authorized to
I in .. and! Sam Lupfer and Harold Wil.son, IN A COMMON INTEREST
'o hiv room from illnfis on : the paiL the music\ all others who telegraph or teU-phcno the WeatherBureau

i.ifiin, now back in l.i.s stora ) where helped' 1 I to make the Community group captains.PYTHIAN .: ____ _ 1 I Kissimmce the latest Florida at any time for information.,
I.> tm/oiw"s. : with ( 'hiNtma t i tree a /successJEANETTE SISTERS AND city to adopt the commission-mana RI to the prevailing and expected

-- : before BAILEY, form of civic government. Or. weather ('olditlonO in a particular
i
K. OF P. INSTALL OFFICERS get
New lot of Star Brnnd Courtesy Committee. lando is likely to follow suit ut nneaily section and to receive a prepaid reply.

'rap slipperc, at ) date having voted for This feature of the service is designed
NEW EPISCOPAL RECTOR A joint public installation service already
please to enable fliers who have'boJn forced
V !1r. tend I Mrs. J. }-'. Walter daily. ARRIVES IN KISSl.MMEK was held Wednesday night by the thc drafting of a new city -c -arle.: for reason to land
to Kissimmee jeoterday-fiom -- Knight of 1' .thiaJ! and the PythianSisters along lines most- approved. any uoexpe.tely
where they have lietni iting 3-2tx Re)1.. B. Ayres arrived in KUtimmic at Fraternity hall. An excellent When Haines City and Winter to secure all p"lble inforation t

for twoee J<.. : Over- Wednesday to be-come, rector program was ren'eteJ. and Haven fall into line,which they arealready a'oi danger .

:: (' in of St. John's Episcopal church..and i.i music was futdished{ by the ROUAOOrcbe thinking of doing, thistioim see- similar co-pel'aton exist with

Phone !.">,"> fefr&ih milk from nt pii-HWit staying at the Newby Irn. "ti Officers installed, iu the of Floridaill, be in a rK:>sitioi the cf navy

rram. IjikeView- Duiiv. : : con- HeA vrell has \\van assistant! to K. of P. were: Chancellor, Comrran- to organize! a league of municipalities department. A representative of that

idan'l! Vr. Pattillo. rector of Saint AndrewsBpicopal der, A. S. Br n..on; ViceChancellor.A. for the Unification of charter revisions service is given desk ppUce ard facilities !-

Mi*.. Marv Spier who lias :! much church at Tampa. As not- S. Sutton. 1'1'<'111.... St/'atton Stoiy; and of ordinances< so that city in the fore.-ttt room of the

with the'Westtrn Union for at ed in the column of church notices, Master of Work COOT'go I.. Gns-t! ; management may become moretitatidardized. weather bureau at Washington, fronwhich

___ aiftftths...Jias accepted Hjjos'tion; regular morning: and l'veninqIrayer Keeper of I Records and Seal, Carson: \ Ihero is a common interest he can U':nhone rCjrt dl-'
the R 'xal) Trug"store.. and sermon will take place Sunday. Futmer; Master of Finance, CarmFarn In all Florida cities In the regulation reetlv to the naval taj:;;
- --------* "' of traffic the was rendered du''nthe yc ;r for a
;:: : *? our cr: :\1a"ll'l' of Exchequer I'. ( in enforcement
A feiv wlntehat; at a : found CHRISTMAS FITND SHOWS A of laws covering sanitation in public number of special airplane flights by
Bryan :Master at Arms Victor Hill
'",'action J. WojelU.-ck1 ; THIRTY-TWO HOI.I.RI.SC": ; : ; furnishing detailed forecasts and
at MIR. D. works such III s paving and drainnge, extra -
: )Ic-
I l Inner Guaid. T. L. Comer; OuterGuard ;
Shop.; ' in, in city bc-autili- observations at frequent intervals
regulations,
W. N. Joiner. police ;
The finance and purchasing ;
- : (com along th The nf* officers of the) Pythlun ration and city plan-In a score of
Mr*. M. R. !Shaffer.of milteen for tho community (Christina --
1) 'C., who is' in Orlumlo for be- trej rtporl a balance of $"'.!.6'! en Sisters. ave: Past Chief, Graco lil-! things of mutual benefit. Within the The CaIioimiaLand Settlement

.*..ks. waF: It gie-.t ut the and hand after nil bill are paid. Ex- bert; :Most: Evctllert Chief. M 1ll11i.: next year or two there will be at Association has ben formed at San

Mr. and! :'tlr.J.. Mcl'hatter: : : ; hl' lo-: peNKC* are lisle 1 a-* follow: MUMCTor ; Ia\is; Excellent Senior, Grace : 1ak- least. n dozen towns and cities In.outhwest Francisco by l reprentative of

Year's day.Furnikhed. I for cantata $IU.II:); ] ;(0 ,pound (can inolEXt''lIent! ; Junior, Maiy E 1. Florida under the manager realty men of the has announced .
--- ( ; tr.<-se' dy.! $'!7.r;>O; l.'IO:: ) Ioundnut 4, $:P,7.70) ; wards. ; :Manager: I Ilennie Bucket-! ; plan. When that time comes the its chief purpose is to at.
Flat foT'rent.!. I in Protector E'i/.abeth' We ring : Gua r.1 mzmulagem4il1 be able to get: togeth- tract settlers and to the
( Harris. Gazette office. ..rnt-J S17.HH: ; tree dc-c-orHtion-t $10; 10) yards of Temple, E.isio Dale; :Mit: "&,-.. ..fRecoids (-)'. form their own organization! and of the land sharks." Lower interest

; '.. n.-1 for bag"*. $2; placing Ire", $1.25. and Correspondence; , t'o'jWoodbeck then pioceed to systcmutirc-; commonlrlAl.t rate and assistance in financing
;>i '.--rSihaller;:: anil Dillon (. I' :Mistress of I'in.in-.-. il'(' to I the point where city !gov-
those
; cf small
with Tot a! expenditure!, $1P.-..!.:'J1.! means are and
:
ami, tcok the- -intup! this : : _H____ ___ Bertha Wmn; Represcnta' i\. t > einnientill come close to being the associationas urge
with E:. P Pann. nnd ,cftn. Roeo | -*.r :n I"I'En.I.IEETIS: (: OF n. Jo:. S. Grand Temple Dcra Smith. i I Tie1 hundred percent effective. Government constructive measure in )promote col!-

!ow"r .-ojrtry. : '';' the "I'ISEHI.'I' COME n tCK." I science. not politics: In municipal ---- ----

n-n<'e, Tht-T<> will lip u spee-iiil inei-'ing ofK'ssimrr.eo i SEW101 FORESTRY FII M atTn" ii ,,, tlicro I absolutclr''' no loom t or :
Eta pan' taio"-rn.tile! ; )' 1 i ) i : :...I.in. Chapter. Older of the --- u-e for the oH-tiivu incubus, the' Continued supremacy of American

}hu'f'iirnv'. ...it h a tail r.mlull' I ; ; <.ay, EuKt'Vn Slur.I on Monday (.ve.Iirg. Suggestions on forestry for tin-' I I cheap politician. The manager plan : cotton the in world production trade i dependent cotton of

Me (CAULK VS. :: : ; : ..hllll''nat 70:! o'clock.Mn. sandy-land fai. inuon the soutlici has put this relic into the discard, upon
high quality at relatively low cost
-- -- I : i. Annie; 11. Schneider Grand to rt-lurn. It I is also getting' ,
coastal plain are embodied, in Pi :>" never !
:II: ami :III"1 R. I I'I. Hrwn I I : \ IK1- according to the United States department -
,
r. the idcu
Matron..f the Ciiand: 1 Chapter. O. E. people weaned! from
) that Come Ru-l,. a c'me-i, c'l motnnpictur away
l last$ of agriculture in its 1921
of (,uirn-hilli an i I llietc, of I i ; : :Michi S.. of Florida wil1l'&Y an ofliciul vis- .' niailif f< .ithe' Fo'e.sServiiv' : that it is any special! honor to serve II Year Book just published. The arti-

ville, Pennsylvania were the I I I 't to the vhapte.at that lime. with the co-oiM.1-atjon! of the :llal'land -.'- in the capacity of commissioner! except -
% ; :Mrs. ,. cle is the most economic
of Mr. and Mro. J. ::% } /. ,'. 1 oltie&ofTeii. complete
AH mo I'bers -d t. atto-iJ .. as the an opportunity -
an1 Uig> State Rn.it-il of Forewtry and i
I: : : ?'. A. I' discussion of the cotton crop ever attempted -
this t--etk. I .
dayf .- -- : .e m- Nnd curd'al invilHlion i is extended to cently released by the United StaU'depaitment I m for un.st-lli-h s'-rvices' for (th"I.StarT'lclrlm. by the department of agri-
.
visitors.By Lakeland
Phone 3.r>.", fofre-:1: milk ; -ailI of agriculture. culture. It has been prepared by a
I
,"-r-in.! Lake VU.Ai ULLh y. ; : I \ : :ir-it order.Mrs.of the Lulu Worthy Overstrevt.G. :Matron. The picture concerns the pvoblt n i THE Y.\I\ -nP:\ \ n'--j.. THE: group of the nation's leadig agrno.mists .
of.a farmer wi'h a.Vandy field en and
_._. I HOME
";. \ l'.-' oll.I..ft atut' '' -- which thereis a stand i of young pin-. ,\ connected with the department .

Savannah where he will: join : :: m i roor :. .\. it. AMI: I.. C.; .\. R. TO 1 He has. decided( to clear it, but t11') "Our ciiaracTuTofic-ctel;;; by the! i.1 illustrated with many maps and*

Persons, who went tlu-re) from I ., HOUI JOINT. INSTALLATION I State Foioster tells him that the liuvl I home in which we live, and the home charts. Copies of the 1921 Year

'-immee two wc"k* ago. They ., and -- will pay him better in pine thuii ..> I I extends beyond the four walls of the Beak may be obtained upon request

to retjrn' tomorrow. : Miss,' The members, of the (). O. Howard i plo>v land-an>) P"OVt'Jit.. A persjr-- house." Therefore, it would teem the to your representative in congress at
-- the post of the G. A. R. and of the General ally conducted trip through neighboring realm of wcman extends beyond the Washington, D. C.
I
When >ou buy shoes! or l'.i: :: | trip Sc-dguwick Cliche No.6, of the forests that are proving piofitu-. doors and windows of her house the -
without! seeing what we \' : : : ;ay. I. O. A. R.. will boll a joint installaii bitS on lands worthless for field.! cr pserve's opinions and declarations of lawmaking -
fcoth I lo: >.e money. )!t.C A : i 'ly II I '-n of oflici-rs WeelniMdav.a. /a nIL to convince the farmer that man notwithstanding.

urv 10. aI11:0):::() a. in., at the G. A. R. the foi ester i is right. I lie-
Be that surmise correct or not
Fuller of
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. ,
hull at the hall '
Fraternity bu'lding.
. : Pines that Coine Back includes a abovequotation of Miss Agnes L
jug, :Michigan, ariive.l last ( . little It will' followed: isya dinner. All comprehensivewerie5! of scenes' illustrntive demonstration
the winter in Ki.. immc,. Webster4istriet home
spend # .
comrades and their families and visit
of the growing: handling, and of the Florida Agricultural Ex
have taken with Mr. and agent
rooms from comrades in the city, with theft While
ing Utilizalioji of Loblolly pin. ten Division, is worth more than
J. .M. Gardner- ,_.on__._4 Mabbc-tte_._._. t.II I' : ( \( 'i the families, are cordially Inv tt'd. directly uppllc..Ibleto the* eastern passing consideration.

Expert kcdak finishing at }U ;' !:; Lucy f p. .:MATTIE PORTER shores cf Maryland end Virginia, it To quote Miss Webster* further, "11

Rexall Drug Store. : Ft-PPt. Secretary! General SedgwickCircle. should be of Value ,in a large area of we think well .of' our health, we will
: wii- 1.. (;. A. R.KEV. .
-- -. the south, wheie soil condition ore think well of our chqraeter\ and we
:M'. und Mr*. l'4 : Sll .\RPE TH .\ .NKSMSSIMMKi
I
wel
i 1
1 ; .
family aId MadircI.v.: : .'ian I homeclcnn and attractive. A yaidlittere1
: : I'KOPI.Kr ; :
Ix-iiln t lienude: an ull I niifht l> I with t tin cans, bottles. and rub-

;inK trll'| Sui il.i>' .ihI. Tht' ; I I, 1 '-fil- Ki-v. W. !i-'. :Shaiawimi- ).loiiiuvIi PUBLICP.VIENr .\l'l'l.I El) I FOR) I hisdi is a reflection on the housekeeping HOMES BURN !

the Stanley r--jtrir fruit "V, lit" I Kap- finished conducting a s, rien of ONS1I.ti-'TIESS 1013tCOlL5EriI: I I with in the houseand; at the same I

------ ! Io- icvi\al srrvin-K in I hit t tent oppositethe tin>I' it i is :i menace, tr the liilth:: of
.
., l :Mo'e than tOil I of t t.iluu'LO. I
km ) "f -hoe < l.p-r! : ae
Any ) .
.
; I : of I :Methodist (church has aske.. The those .pel.ons living) in the houai-
want at prii-c-s that w-'ll) |)U-n ,, ] W. R. (iazotte. through ito columns lot have been dusted for tobacco hornworm I well as those living in nearby homes.Mosquitoes Every home is full of valued '
Ijidit-s bililu-n, and : i i ( \ contiol with the im ntil I Iniodel ;
( ineit: i iAUEY'S expel :: and files bleed in suchrubbish
; tnr- hard, .i'l time pc-oplc in KiHMmniei-' I !
(' : of a tandeni-uheel shuftle> -> and trash. A little thoughtmul possessions..family heirlooms
'..Airn-i who eonti ihutt'.l, toward< the succcof -"-
----- ; type of one-mule two-row "u-h'/.
Mr nid >4 I..I: I 1'. Mann and with In* nuect ins., Hi wants to especially work will keen the yard and sur-
I4 since the perfection of this maohin '. ..the gifts of friends
th.uiK, Ault for the irundinL! of the home free" of fucb
f S. D mftn use I I
.
il>:!!. of Mi.imi.: were the /( .' ) man- which is very important to tob-joc-i, I .
:111'' ) arid
Cupluin Clay I erowingluillilleilt.. Much h?ttl'l' and a hundred things that
"A take
who will not even
I used in the
I ChustmuK and the follc\virg : route I lumber :in shavings tent. results have been obtained than person
They ietuinr.1" to thtir home : :: home He I conducting' / union seivices pvny would have been possible with handdusters. reasonable precautions to protect the- money cannot replace.
nini 1 ' and I niirht in Saint Cloud at tin- (;. A. health of his or her family or neighbor's : -
Tjet'lny, .Asrnuc! h as 18 acres have
It. Hull, which are being largely attended family cannot be conaie'eied a
-- in
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dusted I in al
been a single day >ou'three
Shnves, 15c; haircut 1 i:.V> ; (' ; | | (- an ox'eiflow meeting; al the times as much as could haxvbeen person of the 1 bet character, regardless In..urllnc. will make
been I of his or her( faith or creed.
29c; at Calino.Harbet Shop. [inptist church having necuiisaryon -dusted with n hand duster.A .
Sunday. :Miss: Webster t ravclbrougim, many good your losses, and
to be dodicuti-d to the
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Du'!';! patent public counties of the state and! she says
who have been h\' 'ni:' in Avon : WOM: ':>\ > CLIJH MET TL'ESIIA\! has been apphe-l for, and alreadf that it has been her observation that the Hartford, Fire Insurance -

where Mr. Dusenberry> has bn blocks -- one of the older manufacturers of II I the best indication of a progiessivt4
aging tho M. Katz' Sons: dry : .. for An interestingmeeting of the dusters bus begun the ccnsti uction o"" _community is clean and well-kept Company will
Woman's Club was held in the Chap- experimental models of this. type of is seldom
for
store, turned fund:1f'J. :' : ; vards: and paiks. The one ,
weeks vacation.Advanced : ; 'cr I IcuseTueshi'y nfU'rnoen, I bechief machine, in which the Bureau of En- if ever, found without the other. help prevent it.
business. of which was in connection tomoloirv the United Status department -
--- I : ; ::! $3.15: -- -
e- showing of early All with the club's. proposed activities of agriculture is very much, in- BIGGER CORN YIELDS BY FOL -

Hats Saturday, satin and ) < !street. t during time county fair and terested. The advantages: of the I r.OWIADVJC": : OF COUN- I

Newest things for : 44-tf f the Lyceum couife.Mrs. KhaftU'ss type over the type of two- t j TY AGENT

Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. : R. F. Angus wan "requested to row duster! he in the fact that the center A con-rete example of how a county I Call on this agency

: \\ I'itl' the history> of the first community of gravity is lower and l that it can agent serves the farmer: of his
Mr. and :Mrs. A. :M. :\!('(' j : christmas tree yponsoro I by be tuined in half the space required county was demonstrated at the recent -

ited Saint Petersburg last I tho club. !Mrs.' .1. M. Duncan was, appointed by the shaft type. It is also: thought state fair in Jacksonville. In one CARSON FARMER

staying with Mrs. McCauleyV j Class"' delegate to H woman's club thai the cost of construction wilt bless heap was piled 105; 1-8 bushels), of
atM!, :Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Clrary., [ .- ( fnfcronce, to he held in Orlando on than tint of the shaft duster. I I to what a farmer had
1rri represent "The Insurance
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with them
Cleary returned an January 10. made in 102'i: following the advice 118n't
WELFARE EXPERTTO :
CHILI
c-d until Friday. \ Nelson. !Makianon i presented I
:Mrs.
"" of the county In another heap ('knur 18 155cr oltrrnoiTa Uraa M.r'
: an excellent J leuclmjr. "The Woim." BE HERE: NEXT WEEK t 1.1. I al.t'nt. to the
; tik-tt;; piled teprexent
mtal I : IUlhel. .
Buy a anti :Mis. Stanley Bullock n-nderci', yield wtate.This 22t* IIruadT.5 lI..tas.si .. Fi.
save money. "The Little Ciny Home In The We-'t" Miss. Ruth ;\kttingerliill' \\elfaiecxpeit average
m demonstration in tho lu-
with" the state board of health. I was
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ntyle.
The
Ned Bullock, who has been I charminjj program wa"in will spend next week in Osceola I val county booth at the fair. The
'
Mi H. W. Boiet. andthe
jAg the' Christmas holidays in ; ' chaiore hostesses of for s.the day we"Eh's- county working in conjunction' with coin was 11'0\ by V. C. Johnson, Here's a Business for
with his family returned ' Known as, Dinsmcrc dairyman
home demonstration
mee :Miss Album Smith, -'
dais. to Atlanta, where he is elec- ilanies' Prather,. Wilson. and- Piano.O. agent. She will conduct meetings and W.I. : is the county alenl. : Kissimmee
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the five yoar course in civil E. S. OFFICERS INSTALLED: and hold (consultations iil< -itr figured largely. ii MI. .
ing at Georgia Tech. fuel ..-- -- the lines! rf her work which has tn Johnson's success. J $6,000 ; $$12OfflhrEARLY; !
The i uistallationofoffieei s of KisHimniee do primarily with care of infants and County Agent Watson at the beginning -

Professor and Mrs. D. B. Chapter No. fi2, Eostein children of pro-school ageHer visit of the year had enrolled several An In.urAnrC man In Month <' "

Mrs. G. G. Steffee, Mrs. I. I.. : ; TO Star. was held. Wednesday! nifht) H, to this coimty comes following up the farmers of his county to compete in olnA. n farmer \VlnconHlii, .>
nil
'In
ney. Miss Almena Leitner, Miss C. Zimmerman, of Saint Cloud actinic meeting recently held by the Parent ("orn-J'o\\: inK contest, the object of (hut.h.r aelI It, 1T 11"(10. men otl1rM wal"?
C. Bryan, and Miss Edith :\ I of "s installing officer, and Mrs." J. Teachers. Association and other "" 0111- 0 hieh wits to see just how much <..l to 'own a real ittonmukliiL. I

tended the state teachers for F.. Lupfer as marshal.! _The officers, en's clubs' with Mrs. Laura Jean could be produced upon a given( area hunliu>H>. KU-i-trlk-.M.ll.l H,il."

Saint Petersburg I last.!:.. week. I po a installed were Mm. J. I.. Overstreet, Reed, of .Jacksonville director of tie I without undue fertilization. As weexplained $iiOs. 5)UtI. and Ilivlr many oppoilunlty. nthcm --
!Mrs. Gertrude L. the season was far from To..
worthy matron; chiH v/-lfnre: work of the state boaidof their own proupxrmixKUctrlkMnUI
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To lower cost of production II ( of Katz:, associate matron; Mrs. Nelscn; health. The work of Miss Met- I good I,Ion/ elrcughj coming in the flak hops, wit hot -
wash and return milk bottles having known thinK
and n
height
Makinson conductress; Mrs. Julius tingcr. and three other nurses under growing season, tnut
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Lake View Dai nr-:_ :_ I \no. Smith, associate'conductress: Mrs. Mrs. Reeds directorship, is of thc-na- lionc of the yields were an good- as have the bakery the innio bualnes chance* before.rIght here.01

.fcr. K. D. C. Watson' is in i Willa Steed, chaplain!: Mrs. Geo. P.Gardne ture of greatly enlarged activities :tr. Watson expected. A canh business: no charue ani.deItvcriea
after several LOTS !'. marshal; It. N. Bralton, which the state board hopes to Inaugurate J '}tr. Johnson carefully follow the : your profit In the.till
;nseagaIn of his His farm vry ntffbt. Everyone who atIn .
and Miss Elizabeth Done advice county
treasurer
down the east and west if the next legislature appropriates agnt. nil
trips H that ,he is going was iran, secretary; W. A. Forbes of funds for operation with is of average soil dos .KcV '5e4ur 1 CI.tor1rUulfnt".looo rould. nil
*> states business to Loughman sentinel; Mr. J. R, Sin. the federal appropriation under the believe it rraclcal.to. ose- very. meek I tullment nd Information.Write .
chicken a large
on I Instead he '
nuefleld Ruth' Mrs. Nathan Bryan bill.
Sheopard-Towner or ;
hi home in the Carton Today
*'\ of all Esther; Mrs. Essi Dale, Electa; Mrs. .Nextj Monday afternoon Miss Met- .saves mariur*' from hl farm-animals" Wire
;;1IJ.-.Bfl.I-i$fcack on the. and Lillian Deyoreo pianist. The chapter ting r and Miss Smith willbe in Slnt and turn thta into the- oil,- in''addition tor full now t6-,,j

,u.J>..ta1 Telejrraph Company presented Mr.. S. B. Aultman with a,, Cloud] Tuesday afternoon. with,-thehome..demon.tratlO"l to 'growing' M#- turning'Inde1 .O.taln _xcluslvterritory, -t.). t

a absence of three in the palt"woi1.'by.f matron's Jewel, and .the dub c:>r"'Ctttn1f'Lcov.rerepLHoopth1a.yeat: r -

.which time F. .M.::: montblJ : will, past matrons, presented the retiring bell; Wednesday aft ; ,'nooW' wfth'that:, was given bfl-feW'hlir'. nRTl OP'

.. .tktJinc th. wirM in =d. anrlMncominsr matrons .with: teautf' t oVffftnliatiltftV' at;; Hilltard's 'Xwlafldr and. ohemmerll..hl.;Jo ( .i KMiIDBAKfS

;'I 1Arag .Inoww1thhe-FoRta2 :pat*1 I flower;, A. VmpWourf.. bantiuej .wis1senrcd. Tlno1Jd'y" Fr1day1vill.be4temtcatWhittier .', h eGllvate \ :U'( : ..;
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A MILK OFl, anal I
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Do you know how good; f !. t

milk is ? Have
our
WELL FOC 6OOOMCS9 SAKES you i I' "nd! : wth: pi-taking! car -d! i" tul.v} The f
EFFECT SUCH A 61.' '" : ever tasted It ? Io we
OSCNR1TS GOiiSTO '2" \V, .j-,' Ben, I :our.
YOt1 THT WAI-/ WMV- E RE1 Fft, MOMEHABITS' deliver it to your horn' '1'

START SMOKING I I every morning ? If we :?: -
AG AIN! '{ P don'tI.'t/ acquaint:) ; Bliih Milling Co., R. C: Woodbery Company t
? 1.l :;, ctnutn; flea" \\ Illll.l:> U Kli.: utrh\\po. t.
A ? !wCtlwElu with it for your t baby'sbake. )

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G.CI".L "t<<)MAI
;, II S_ MY NUttlaaD i !" "' LEEROGERS.PROP. J. 76T. ThompsonStore : ::

,I \ i i ,,.AiyTy ON i t/our7jrthman"

J 51M11Nhov I licensed Funeral Director
and
f I WI-I"N 'THE Cficfelen

\ rjrMNOORAOA i .A Sincere, SrnpaA..e, Sftfif Im R.nd..dStewart
IS" VI A'IINIt : AvenueKitummem All... Patron
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i i YOU'E.N HELP THE OLD FOLKS
+ -r ur ONE:.' I , High Grade Ambulance Senice it Call

""E'l &. m 'NTIT' I II .4"> I in iNKS: 11..1..0"1.| .. 71
\ Helping> Hand Kvlrnd.! let :Many i
----- I Old People in K'?immreinht

11 < mitics of age,: :arc many.
i .\1< -I nil,! people mite a bad ,ba:.. I 1.1\\t- ,
- '- I Tht k'druxan- aft,' TI, weak. -
s I WHAT IS BEFORE tS IN:'; THE To n.noentrate on thinpc; that count; I I'lo r I I 0.l i worn oat' with yemof/ \\oikKi.cKai.hc I II BASS
SEW'EAn Mure a little! energy' each day for Home Demonstration' Column I } l HUMdav- of mi.u.\. '. I CONSTRUCTION.. COMPANY
the morrow; !II I I t' ,,nary. trouble--. nights of unie-t. I
I <(< By Moses Folsom) To respect a confidence; To face facts; I Ilolln' ,Kidney! Pillhme lic-lp. CONTRACTORS AND) BUILDERS
To to take that for hich, cl lo Mrtis .1L1n-c1 y11TIiIL I
The .smoke of the European holronuxt -- worn I j li make life < ...SUMto. many.J !
1 has not lifted from the world not (give a full equivalent; | I J hey ate and still dim the sunrise of t the New To remember that no man i is utteilv The \jrH'UII': ' III) K.vniijit' l' aim I IU" I ,
tad and that I whoiv .i iPon] -'Iheie/ \'. ill! 1 lie I.hi"it'I : l STEEL
Ye.llr. Nevertheless the sun i.s there- even am not | Kimm t pt" ipK' ;u', leuininir th STUCCO
I Behind the The American people ha\e many To ;,1,1." Huppin>--, Err; ielcy: an -. along' 'other )err- iltpic-tinjr; (dte t. : 1111. III. ..'- i: : ..: 'I" "il') Spioule A\enue
serious problems in hand, more thanever i '".ic Welfare I MIC, ( i.!y pioine (i.K; comity' rcrn'res ant/ prodji,"' I .1. I K; Bas, Si.) Himuulu U\'l1u., ,
before. Usually we have one big >- that where\ei\ I am, 'All) I't.id.nl tof II-I") ola e"untJ": ,- q."I: : 1 hair o-cif.! l lu.n'Kohut! J'o
issue, but now we have international I .. ..1! talk Health insit-hil of sickness ; aged< to ""IHI. ".i hriiifr' exhibit-. :' I'llK f"i, a number of yell fan i lu'nItatro -

matters ,. ,' Beside* v 1 will. )) talk PI o pel'ity in-etd of fail-i' There anfjjicihllj \wuiiti-d lunrcl t i and kidney cir.iplamt.. ] I vuffcui I 4v+:r:.,:-}+:-}4r":-.{:-:;:-:":...(.*(..:} }.i }s' 1ri { JC ( 4 L8{";-X-Srt 6.C-+:}{ +} 4.
we have nation-wide prohibition the. jl] c ; Products', c'.k.fo,1,\ ; needle' \.011.,. : ! with ;a -'JMIC. hurting; 111 tin". &
enforcement of which i is to test wise 1 \\ .Ii curry Good :Ntv; .n tt..HI of ba'ket1anou-. woven 'i/roduii- I' -n.ftll of my hack} nnd, inKidnevs"
statesmanship, and then universal Lad, news; | china painting, and i poult ,i\ ;!;: oaten -iMial Uuudoling> the mtrl'tI / : We Extend
woman suffrage( is being tested. With I \\il! mention my Lie-' .aws in-ttad i Any one/ who can enter any yrt of I -I I het e..ti"1'1' hivhl iolire'1.nHftd ;. I
nil this we have unusual taxes, labor i ;,f my burdens; l' |poultry exhibit' for the fear:i is urge I Ilo I troin awful haul in t th r rt

roubles/ irregular cost of things; and .n!!; get in touch with the county apcrt I 1.1.< !I.> of 'my, I'dnl., When I had tht- 'I The
the!' general) unrest of wai' after56rrow -. I \.ill Encourage in-UJ. : ',: crdicizi or the home dl.m.n-trlct.oll agent/ 1'ttftjKf-I u"tii IhianV: knlni\: l'ilrttnr !. ,
1I1l1th. I AI.I (n. a Friend to '. .rouc. h.lj learnac:; tly wiat r' fuircnu| '<:i' (; :: 1 1bt' 'ni at n"I"'I'-l ""':< l JIul, ; : :SEASON'S) (; REETINGS I
may endure for a day, but NiriV.tei.il hundred tentythreet should be fulfilled in the \:11 iou- ,\- I'!StoJ-e and 1 thty praalptly] ]: rt'xviJ/ m.1.I :
joy cometh in the morning." To those! I e.A projects itself a' unolhei | hibit. j I loan's Kidney fills hart: kept. 1111 "il I I''f i
isthmus 'twi\ > vo bouncl- PI exhibits slant othti Lie!; \\oiK.\ !
who till mourn and bear burdens a h'n'w' : < asu'f :\ ; s :
tribute of sincere sympathy is ex- '? n f.eas, : om a 1 i( utul.lI.) the followlnjr; couniiTKechaiimcn !I'o I'if'i'; ut all. ,iUali-i I'fi-ti MiHjuiii i & I LUPfERS' INSURANCE
I tended but at the same time may not '1 '.' past the future, tau, eternities.) ; havIxen appointed' : \If s.., liuffnlo! N Y. :f AGENCY ;
the wish'of New 'Year" i Needleoik: baNket'yu itcMrs. .
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a "Happy K > O.ir the waves of the i recent past ---- -- -- '
to every Soul in our btoad and favored l bin: ,* fitter" breeze Out of which L. II. Ininam.. I, ('(imm' rci/l1 l !production! ''of ifarutn i.f
land and to the people of war- ," tints will come. Into the fulure i fhinn r'famt.n:: / un.l 1 ,.1'1. Mi-. S. II. '' 1,1| ..-< foi ",.'d in ]Jl1! _' tntnlfd Jd.liOH-,: : Let Us Insure You. i ioKX"

wrecked countries across the seas ? 1 we must look with fearless and BjllocK. t l j0UI' poundan incioii'-e/ : of T.'i, I" : } '{' S :"n!{ SMbfiC 444.OJ 6 .MOP+ ::1 Today what is It ? To come Da ttu-ttcl! eyes, confident whatever ;' Cannt I poduitanil) cookel} 1 fo'jil rent o\e' the production in lit.il!I I. ac.I, aIi
+r narrow edge of time dividing work sbapmay) loom up from its mitts Miss EKie) Mi'o>-Kcy. l"n.ler thi. | cording to the United States d"Jlal
achieved from what to do. To porno i\il) ultimately resolve themselves in- heading will come bread cakes pies, meat of agriculture The a\'el'u t-j'
it is a rung in an ascending ladder to t. argosies of blespiner] !batter, jellies, mmmaiades: jams, Iproluttion for the last five yearn was! i / ,oJ 11,1,1'1/1 :11.. >f I'SI\III"--: : : <. 1 \t"ItJlJ.-.I.JJI., .:
i 'land I t i-aid' I t VI 10.. I I'r, sideal .. .. .
others, it is one on which they are Take counsel with Charles, M.Sihwab. flll other cannel or bottled product ..000,000 pound S. Iv 'r?

descending.: To some door opening ,. one of Amenta's captains of *. But Fertilizers l Insecticides Sprayers Poultry Supplies
wide on opportunity; to others, a step industry, who in a recent !speech pre- 1 Let u e make thi the best exhibit I lIonr Goode Fair''" Prices Prompt Shipment
in the 'line of retreat from endeavor dieted-a great era of prosperity not |i which 'has ever been feen in O.'ceoa! '
Ask Your
which hag become futile. To, all the' for the American r.-ohe.but) the county. Nellrhbor-Ife Know.
1, day come a* a gift, the use made of entire Only world. He depreciated the WEATHER| GET NEW YALL: PRICJoUH: DEFORE BUYING.E ,

I, which shall to a greater or )lesa! extent < wide-spread fear' of. Bolshevism in . ; BUREAU! .STUDY AI1)S edcsSoothes O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Florida
: determine,. the recipien' ,'sihappi'fleas .. this 'country and.recommended prod"'i ...,n, ILLUr I'' ATJo.. ;;(. 7i..MNEF ftS! ;11 I 1c, :.,'. c Jackao.vilk "
,
'or misery. .
fit-i-haririR'! and collective bargainingbetween ;
The future? 'Tin a ship coming! into -( labor and capital OF two : Measurements of the intens'tiff: mpr2tyl
t harbor of our liven with un unknown iT'biie of combating industrial) unr ilu-ct sunlight anti (.1' diffusev!: wi 111- ._
I tat O."What 1'j with this 'JeclurationAn 'Kht !.It\_ > Hi-en made! eve, ,c. JJ-nn 2-n' I!
r < -1, c ding : jtjhl1r ,
rind bhi> ,'aIL"r) i Rill o' thI '- I
with, fullil'ij' I" "oit |
the freight it carried honest day's woix a You will
need
we
may illicit l Stateil. ,ini"'n.t rt of M!. i.IIU'I your
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i the J'1.
thingshi r' never know ray is supreme ,1,1Or.
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'Till or !bu-iiie-.s, nut". wit i a -w 1t..riLLULInt;: data uf f ltwit'! '
upon the sea heach piati" teveesei' r the duty every ,, 2 MANNERS: FOR FAIR WEKKIJrinK
:
r.l ili'jniinatin
iil.iiK : '
'. obtain p mp i t-
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bow. r.d manufacturer not < to .
i a.rr.1 ( ,,.11' !...'. "awn .
p'c
'earn' nwoikmen.: bat it ic iu 't.- .
i : :co dltr.i.t.L.I i I) "
The Rifts, whether. of guild! er dl. make! workmenee pan| IM- duty( to the ) Lilt i'h .
of even a Finale,: year, it i is not within ; toil4e u. 'ici.; -a, facer.-u. ii ;,_ trill, oft..ddr.kt j <,' : heokt\ > K; I jilr COo
I in ,1.-: -uc.:) II peru.rma'ivi- cs-3 li COIT.C. Ct.ec its duet I U
human power to pi edict. This! we wnl. : Th -. I-"ltll/l'/ f. i'i, : -iv [brightlie p- ::
highe-t wnh Dr .
[ d"S .mc-u-st 1',1: : I Kri( h. Grateful tillll-STATE DECORATORS
know however that into all live.-i, adjusted --. Tn -e ( 'h.otnat., ht lliki I
t' e'thr rout t rn.cf
I iiin has "ionic to got ti'>: , rMrrtlt.hyiriitfcUd: '
in their spending to le tair 'k. 1 '. ith. I c"ii' ,toi, ,\ali- 1'uc ing th < ifcliti 1 J /: I
h" to \\ ') -l.c't.us iro.'i>iwat \ 111 ( I'/ L.rr.1"u'; Jq.ucllv\ t .;'i- Next New
J recognized principles oi well doing! collide:. ,.?, 11-id,} drtcrnnltill., :Net.; I" i i :'i 'prl I I I'll't-, of i the/ "-omp.i-', foi! II" So I K.-I' tj c conpi-itu i d.- I by Inn
we may be reasonably sure there win I .i.nn i I IMI, n/' of ( ,in'i', iMv roughcmt/ they I
dii'ieuit
'' sth- ;a sit lu.Iol1 mo. : >r"uu ", I'tc.rid yo.r ,1Ji.r>itli. I
I I 1 enter a certain amount of siitisfni-- \ .44.' tie: oppni tunitie ->u I lillnaiit) ." < i im, l.itituli. -I: ilc-t'i'---. north" At el! c r-ggls.aDR.KING'S __ m_ ___ .._ _.:... _..
tion comfort and hajipines-t. 1 )...t 'he New Year [bi- our of serve' \r.., ,k\ lire from tio.uls' and alt I
The New Year i is. a time of ntin bu made! haze: ,i.n,|I'1'1'.1': :! \\ ilk dcnids. -
:cud l /II i.an u nappy one :
il 1 speetion. It might be well to look/ 'Ii'i-u> in !:t"t. It may lit a nard >-u, "r. }; :, with the/ tildes < ntirely] fee, of DISCOVERY
hack to Washington the successful and il ii try bea joyous ojifc. In laip- Iuu-, 'lie biiijhtric'SJ and vii rc-sull- -0 syrup for wugh.r&(olds
I builder of cur nation who Bully in it to lo make it vromlo "i-ig 1 Iglu'reunion miiyaiv by 'a- much
I J"
part up you (
f /life i gave voice to rules for personalnnd ) :.- ".'I r |itr" ,,-nt fU>n the munalue
national success which are as applicable u <.IM"\ to all who wo''h 1.1 WHU"1 I Kpie.--" i eau d l.\" the chart This is : Daily Touring Car Service
today as in the trying timen and wait and l for th doing 01 ..It" fji me"ipally to the hake:': or dust in
when the Republic was in the makI eominp of good pray), i is! extended the VM-'I' the atm..-phere to a I'rflII')1'; 1 lessdegree. KISSIMMEE AND J TAMPAI
I, ing. Here are some of the words on !tora, prosperous happy New 'WifHRIKK A char blue sky; ; is dark
{ the uses of money and resources that .Mimpartd with white' Thin I
hazv.iky.
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c'ave imm.t1)0:!(!
: a. m., <(< ;Iruystonc.Ixave .
might have boon written foi the urca- CULLING: ( I'CHVIS; 'loads, incK.ise: the Liikhtness) ", of the
,, 7 ent> situation in America : --- --- 'kv niaikellv, and) especially; in the1cirity Tampfl-J:: p.> m., DeSoto Hotel. '
"Economy makes happy homes and) I "1 he in are poor laying ncii1ir all of the se.riith..
tt j Round nations.. Instill) it deep. ': Lro-'d These usulta'e of value] to illuminating II.HO1)) TMiK ONE:'; WAV. KOI'M) )) THII'! FIVE !DOI.I. \KS

i "It ia not the lowest, priced goods< i Tit 1 J /busy hen is the laying he'i.] ", engineers and others having 1 r II !
N that are always the A good layer has a-/aicc/ I I
cheapest. 1 f open to do with question c>f natural Tight- { itlll rt GLENN
"I cannot enjoin too strongly] upon moist vent and a large ubdemen <, von a due observance of economy an frugality i I A hen with a yellow beak and shank trial plants. During the coming yearit I 1'IIONE/ 2f.lStrawberry
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t therein every farthing! of your receipts 1 1 it poor layer: problems will be, solvedThe: effect --
and 1 A Me-k, hen he faded like i
expenditures."Promote may a good upon interior illumination of substituting We manufacture -- -
frugality and industry'bv layer, but she will! lack the vipoi for skylight the daylight le- any size -- - -

example, encourage manufacture shown bv, a good layer. "' fit ted from the walls of neighboring tombstone. Buy direct andsave
and avoid dissipation. I A good l layer may I I... de i 'r"bed as a : buildings, and also the interior'
"RAnson, too late perhaps, may hen having a soft rich, ref comb and' illumination from skylifht when the agent's commission.
convince' you of the folly of misS i wattles, an intelligent lead goo I iapucity. '! so-called' naw-touth roof construction I II Write
S < ndin/r time.'Nothing ,plenty of vigor carrying a I rr' employed. us a line. Crates
: but harmony honest. small amount of fat a suft pliable! '
industry and frugality are necessary' skin, and well faded coloi TO EXCHANGE CROP :NEWS' j LAKELAND MARBLE AND
to mike us a great and! happy naI I Cull your flocks' as manj times astwssiWe '' WITH EGYPT BY RADIO -""""" .
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tion. i docile! the.H... I I r
February 22. 1923. will 1 he the !' Auk your county( 'or home demonstration Arrangements for the interchange! GRANITE WORKS
t 11.. 191nt Anniversary of the birth of accent to help you or write lof' crop reports on cotton and wheat We can supply for quick shipment
Washington. He was one of therichest for information to the Tollejfe) of Agriculture in the United States and Egypt is, G.I L.
BLACKBURN
men of Colonial days' and set Gainesville or to the Home announced by the United States department Proprietor Complete Strawberry Crates
an example of inventing safely, sav I Demonstration office, State Collegefor of agriculture. As rapidly Lakeland, Florida also
trig intelligently, spending wisely, Women Tallahassee. These agents as crop reports on acreage and forecasts i-tf Quart Baskets in
and avoiding waste. The good advice and institutions are maintained for are available in each country any quantity. .
; he gave in his "Farewell Ac)' your benefit. Help them to help you. the news will be dispatched at once -
dress" ia well worth a careful reading by cable or radio to the other country. KISSIMMEE PLUMBING
today. February 22 is a legal Labor is life. It is all thou hast to Immediately on receipt of the ,
,.t holiday in all of the states. confront eternity with. Wprk then Egyptian news, the report will be SHOP I
The New Year is usually a time like a star, unhating yet unresting.. broadcasted throughout the United FULL STOCK OF ALL CRATES

; when mostpersona, make'a' few reso -Carlyla. .. Stages by telegraph and radio. The ,
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: lution. :Can. J von,subscribe to the fol_ Thirty-six S K new plan in expected to cut to a minimum Nothing Too Big
owjngfa pure-bred rams In a "
t county ,where' | the time formerly consumed in I
n 'f.one was owned Nothing Too Small
h r bl-, 1sows. In the year seven year ago'>,rheHthe. arrlcultur- placing important crop news in the
a hand. of Americin'farmers.Conwrcial .
MCMXXIII alextrusionagent .
first
began hi.wor1l Chase
To-promise'less' *iv rinore B ia & ,
; ; ,It0rtthet4Jplted: production of tomato I All Work GuaranteedTo Company
department
'To irfye.ltJt. other eUoW'-chance; oak. .ol./NtJeoltate) as seed .in 19 2. totaled
14 To. i hat- lies and byprocJsy=in'-my-. the record in .Humphrey. county, an increase? 200percent 238,000 over pounds 1921, Be Satisfactory ,
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: c Tennessee. Twenty farmer' in the and 10 percent over.the flve .SANF.ORD: I t
":To'"fritter' way.; lets .ttl9Monlinfabi ; \: { tOllftT.?: bought pure-bred rams !this according to.the .United year Statu average LgRu fj h hMrs

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'LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 1 II IIt. FL01UDA'.3" BIRTHDAY PARTY CAY.'W".zl' tfAU. I I IC11'1.. "rt"o "'I!! 6'ttN1 io.sThAMIq6iv4M ,;

I George B.:!'chrlsOan; :Jr. Secretary: B8D1ESWEET 'TMrt 990HOON6 (, DA TI4iIiT n4A'T4 0ftI" I

to President JJardlnsr ha.t written A sour VttDM1FIACa.i4AS rtt. O.I'lOWR' t '

.' AN ORniftANCH I I AM ORDlIV N'E.; Congressman II. '.1. Drane, of the '' t A ,$e221&& PAST CHQ\4 N J '
f' .
llnanc Amnndlns Sections An. Ordinance to..flequirei the *- Florida delegation in Washington, $ ,. )Un' I
1711 of the RevIsed Ordinances'Ity ration of Motor Vehicle, with the stetingtkat4ht4'wgent will! be unable AOUT'IT'-
of Kluslntntoe OscenlaFlorida City Cleric of tho ':fown''O t KlsulmmeeBE . to accept all '1nvftat1ontJ : ill ,.
.' by further regulating i the dedication of the 'Florida. 1L'tteht1 t S
nlnl at Lam of Animals BE IT OnnAINED BY TilE CityCOUNCIL Constitutional Memorial JUliE fl ,
the Corporate Limits ot thekIlWImmee.
OK THE CITY OK 'K13-
Port St. Joe January 11.
SIMMEE: .
()ORDAINED JaY THH CITY Bectlort\ that1\' every per.in- who, The invitation to the president to C. 2 : 'Pc,

'CIL OF THR CITY OF 'KIS- own or operated an automobile or attend the dedication of the monumentwas ,, -l
IKK: other motor vehicle In the City of Kl.. .made by citizens of Calhoun Cues, calli'..
It That Noctlons 1T4 and 175 Immee within live day after receiving '
county through members of the 'i
.. ... for t/s4 t tt.e'N'
,
vlsud Ordinance of tho City a Rtate license and numVci for ,
..e. Osceulu County. Klurl- operating the same.under tho Lawn. ofthis Washington delegation."The '
tho same are hereby amend- or within I five day after president feels that owing to Ti
ad ax follows-: be f.teb.egln Much operation shall extreme' pressure upon him he should
( 174: IMPOUNDINQ. The annually register hi. automobile or -
I'ollce or any person may other motor vehicle In the OfHi-e uf refrain from making any further engagements " r
any horse mule. a*.. gout, the City Clerk of the City. giving the of this kind just now by _ .
.r. cow or nthercatth'. or hogs name, of the car the t>'pe of 'mafhlne; Mr. Christian stated in his letter. _
at large nt ROY tlm. within : the year of make the engine number "He has pleasure, however, in sending TerryCilkison _
limits The Impound- the State license number the residence
city pound address of the owner and his reHldenco his very best wishes for a most
:: rIInh";: ('N IMPOUNDING: : and business telephone numbers, successful occasion." .

' animal Is Impounded the If any. Members of Congress from Florida OVTOCtlTKI __,:.: : __ -
I'ollce shall without. ur.neces- Hectlon 2: Every person ", 'he operates _._ __ -
will be unable to atend the delegation
notify the owner It known an automobllu or other motor ... ..'"
he shall post not lens vehicle In the Town of Kl...ftlmmee Cltv owing to the fact that congress will .-
(... notice- one itt the clerk's for the' period of n\e days. or mor,. be in session at that time accordingto 11'' )
.
at the e\fy\ t>ound. and one which I I. duly licensed by any other letters received here in to ...vieitvou see SEFOII: 1 WA 9 THiNKlNOTH6." #
other public\ place Klvlng d... State or by the District of Columbia.Mhall. response cgi ISTM"S i WASAI'TTHNK.INO '
of the unlmal. and retiulrlnn within live days after brhiftlnrethe communications urging them to be \ AEWUT. J O 5
.. to upptnr, within! the. i>4ixt name. Into the City register It In here. Q. ABOUT
and! redeem the s-irne IC I the Ofllcc of the City Clerk of the The dedication ceremony will.be -n4E PAS'T- PRESENT! 'TS'
::
'r ". Ixlies to contest thu jus- ott)A on provided In the foregoing troarrftumber : -
Impounding or the amount Section. witnessed by representatives a
charm-s mttde on the .une. Section :S. At the tlm' of r"I.tr"rlion of Florida's leading' cities cEMIUS It
)'. within' thu snl.l four the City Cleric .hnll lasue to the. who are planning to come here if pos MOM
iii: ,
..... before the mn'u" who. owner without chartrt a registration sible. Also several colleges and uni- ..
and determine the matter. tag or plate on which ahall appear l4AWrf .1 I
the owner shul apply" fur the me name of the City the year and the versitieswill, *>e represented President SIE'LL plI'Nr
.' lliivnnlmal and .shall give CitregIstry ininiJver 4n--4h.. office of A. A. Murphree the University t
evidence. of ownership to the City Clerk. which tftOT or plate of Florida at Gainesville stated O I'T I'olt. 'fOll'.O.S
f uf I'ullce the animal Hhafl be shall! at all times be contlpl..uolI"h' dls- '. '. Svc"M I '
will be made have
that effort to
upon pnyini-nt of the follow- played on the front of the vehicle an
Fur Impoundliitc any bull. -Hectlon 4. On the change of ownership - the faculty of the University repre HJO&'iz
_oIIre. for Impounding. any of anY nutotnobTIe or other motor sented. President E-Conradi. of the .WI\'fS' Purr
.r. calf. home. """. mule. Hheep vehicle registered under the pro1 1 Women also -
Florida State College for
IIUK. Two 4illarfi For f.ed- IOIIM of title itrdlnance. 'h.- ''''W owner e4AI', TOI'(
.-$. nssea ""., mult. per head Khali within lye lays after "....ulrlnKnn stated that he would attend if possi. ON pyAi.T,4 '
.
feed Klft) ('4.nts; for feeding ..rhlT.. eli v hli name nn4i ieslilenee ble. Rollins 'College will be repre- .
per hi>a4] for voh feed .d.....-- ... and his -....I.lt-II" iind sented by A. J. Hanna secretary of iTrMVN
ll4tVuts. 1'or writing" and business tel,.,phone numbers < I lf innd \> ) t hit e fifty the n" ,"" of th. form.r on nr. the college at Winter Park. ..
For the L""fI''I"; :! ; .il. with the d,,H. ilptlon of the i.
% .. tent. *. nnd.. for adxortlslnw the City <" ..rk. but no new t..t.\. Bella urging the mayors and boardsof MOgP4IP.I" (,!
of the ...mi lion talC ir plute. need l>e is......dHiiftlon .
commissioners to attend brought
176 SAI.K; If tiny animal S, The City Cleric shall keep -:; 41 .
,..! shall not 10,> r< to tiii ..e ctfons. the Chief dexed t.r all the registrations m.tdc. pa, Gainesville and Orlando so far. t -
shall si-ll It at publli auction under this nrillnanceSection Mayor John W. Martin of Jacksonville -
pouiifl after advertising I, The registration In 1fi:!3
) and Mayer Frank F. Pulver of __ ___ ____._
not I hems thjiti twenty-four of the vehicles to .be licensed for th" J --- ---- -- '---' -- -- u

''flr th.tito In sorni newHpnp'-r year 1H83.>> nnd within the cit>. m..n.Uon..d St. Petersburg, stated it would be impossible FARMERS RECEIVE MANY TO CONTROL SCAB 'ON IRISH PREVENTING WITIIERTIP .
Section 1 and 2 of this
III the rlty In ordinance for them to Attend.
ITIOX 1\0' I'KOX-RKDS: : The shall be made on or b.'forcFebrumily RADIO WEATHER WARNINGSThe POTATOESScab IN CITRUS TREESA
1.011. HhaTl pay Into tho City 1st 1C2S. --
the proceed* of.J.h.. Bale. af- HectlonVho< \-"I' shall violate .MEI.BOUHNE.RO.O\D IS introduction of radiotelephony is a serious enemy of the Irish sharp knif.e in the hands of- a
(;,iK for tin .. any pros litton of this ordinance shallbe : NOT BAD. SAYS MOTORISTThe Kas made it possible for anyone to receive potato. It has been said thatit skillful "workman if he knows what
If th,' owner shall Ishi d fine not exeeedlnRonn
;\ IOV >ni by n '
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,'t ry proof .<{ owwrllhl) Hundred Dollars or by Imprisonment following letter habe..n! received messages! in spoken words instead alone reduces the yield of potatoesby he is doing, is one of the most effective '-

11% t. inoiitliH uft.T salu, the not exceeding. ten day. or both : from E. W. Abbott of Melbourne of a code, and has enormously thousand- of bushels. It may be means against\ diseases of citrus
".,'dN of ....1.I *. titter i>n) lnwr nil In the discretion of the Mayor b regarding the condition\ of the increased the broadcasting of weather prevented by a very simple remedy. I trees if thu prevailing opinion of
xponses shall bi* paid to Iteuil a first time I and > ununlmou
information the Interior G.'leber. truck of of the successful
pathologist most
coun some
I over ,
l' *. tin v shall belong to consent rend a s. rood time and Ocean-to-Gulf HIghway: growersof
favMed in open session this 6th day of Melbourne. Fla., Dec. 27, 1922. try. A :year ago the daily state! forecasts the Florida Experimental Station I Florida are to be heard. -

'. I-Olt STlK'K HUNSINf A. D 122. Editor of The Gazette: ,i cf the Weather Bureau of the I says that this disease (or its spores) I Among the diseases of citrus with- <'
: Whoever owiilnu or hav- IbKAl.i A. 8 fJIIrtKRTAtti United States of is carried the surface of is of minor
.. Please allow in department on or near ertip not importance *n*
". of ltn\ hors.tnuh. nts. H I'r..ld"IIt of Councilj. me space your paper
I. .Ct.r <-,.* or othr ruttl.. is (;II.BIRTity cierk to correct the false report in circulation -: ture were being broadcast acrfcul-1 the potato and that when once intro- the pruning shears or saw should be

SllHll show the ".1n,,' .to. I{0 at Approved this 6th da: > of Dec A' Dt regarding the condition of, radio stations in only 7 duced into the soil it may remain active used against it, according to O. F.

nn\ time within t h.' ..,..riior.ite I ,,:2 II K. MAY the cross state road to Melbourne.On principally by radiotelegraphy. On I there for years.It Burger, plant pathologist of the Flor- ;

;I or b.jL fees Hni which d un woulil union .t..equil,t. r- :o-5t; :; Mayor. December 23. I drove from Melbourne I I' July' 1 1922 98 stations in 35 states' is said that potatoes may c
louse such stock If tin. I\OTI. 0.' U''TIR'S '....:. to St. Petersburg returning were daily broadcasting weather fore- 'I the scab spores while no evidence of the inquiry of a Florida grower -
.. IrnpolllKlf.l Hut n.. pePs .,n, the 25th. Leaving Tampa at 12 casts and warnings.. the disease is visible on its skin. "If who wished to know the right way
on
.ell I its nil"hi. If to the iirosertitloii HocK hum tint li-- n .In the Circuli c,.tirt of the S.-\ ..n-or clock noon. I arrived in :Melbourne o'-j I The weather Bureau does not own scab-infested potatoes are plantedthe I to prevent withertip Dr. Burger,
I. nth JtKllclal ( 'in nil of the State '
and Impound' Cot MTolnii at K'!.irld:i. In ard f.n. "-....,.111 Count" Ini 8:20) P. ltI.I I or operate any wireless equipment. crop "you dig .will be scabbyand wrote:
'"incin' Jiiitien I. spencer. A. Exutor stopped at most of the tourist i The radio distribution work is accomplished unsalable. Dr. Weber says. He con "Trees affected with withertip

this" orillnnme from. nod. It after shall the i...pt the a- ,'< of the l.antVIII and Ti.Htameiitof camps on route and was told by tour-: through plants operated tinues: should be pruned and kept pruned. of
I
Kllxnbtth Mixwell ilerenned. Cotnplalnnnt other I by corporations "Disinfect the seed. The cost is infected branches and twig
by government agencies
the ll.. Ik. In ki"-i a r. cord. of v..rsus. Tlu' \V.itrH & (":"'Hm tilts that they had been informed that
Iinpouii4li-d. In tin. I'llt of ( ,rfcer)' Compaiiy n corp I
!; "'"' .tili' .n ''escrti.ti.'rl:: I.t.h' r.and..r Owen. as IJeoeUer. of The \Natr. ACarnon even having been told that :'M milesof and without expense to the weather clean crop as far as the scab id con and oil will kill the spores stillclinging '
tr nder fl..Ii in.cer, Cumpnnv. n corporathin. the road impassable. bureau. To avoid unnecessary cerned. To do this soak the potatoes l'i to the surface of the tree after
braads. If any. together < and Kl....linn\Wholesale <> <>- was I
name ol the own. when I..r\. ('om till ii)'. it C4\>rporut l tutu, it,-spoit.I r The facts aft that all of this road is crowding of the air and interferencewith I for two hours in formalin solution -I pruning. The oil is to control purple -
,in.* ti, illi .oMMrtit' nmde of thrk .- ". I""r..do..u.11.; .... Iv h..ru-iuy paved with the exception of a gap of schedules only two stations are before planting. Prepare this", I scale. If bordeaux is used withoutoil

bllected, h.-r.ror amount. Huih of money.record It to any be itbi. .-n that pursuant to u final ". cr.i..n.red three miles between St. Cloud! ,nd licensed to broadcast in any city or by adding 1 pint of 40-percent formal ,I or a follow-up insecticide, the scale ; .
t in this cause on the SHril! day the number
This limit dehyde to 00 f gallons of water. Place will increase.
of whichU community. :
of miles
Mt- In a book, thi form Deer Park. and another 14
.f 1a-einber. A. D 1"2I 1 shall offerfor
| b, approMil I., tho str4-it i01flCe. sale and s,.II tit public otitcr> for between Deer park and Melbourne. i i that would otherwise gladly cooperate the potatoes in a gunny sack and submerge 'I| "Keep the trees in good, healthy

. iVsh In hand to the blithest )hlddt-r nt Of the first mentioned one mile is in the woik. There are at present I in a barrel of the solution. After condition. In the spring use a fertilizer -
ijCl'UUTINd. S1 t i'K It shah b.' the front door of the ('nun House InKlsalmmce been about 400 licensed broadcasting j being submerged two hours rich in plant food. .
duty of thi \Impounding. st4.rk to report the first. Monday 0..1'nunt:' In I'ebraar>. I'lorldnon > .". m.-. newly graded but has a good hard stations in the United St-ite! spread the potatoes out to dry. Then :I| "Withertip is a disease not only of ,

'aon" to the > 'heck. within twentf- being the Cth day of l.>hrunr>.. r-i'n: tr ck. Between, Deer Park and :Melbourne I The future usefulness of ladiotel- cut and plant.Fortypercent. I i trees in the grove, but also of young
.
r hours. after blank th to .be"nw'furnished were Imnded. by- during the legal hours of .,,1... the follow it has not been caved, and, ephony as a means for disseminating I formaldehyde can trees in the nursery. It rarely attacks
oil "I UK described property situate In weather forecasts and warnings can be obtained from druggist. Tne healthy trees. Tree weakenedby
any
cIty' for th. purpose. giving .tillded I l.'lur&da to-wlt there is about a mile of this road near ,,
Oscr-fila ,
Information for keeping the Lots County One (1). Two. <2). Three the St. John River that was in bad not be estimated. Formerly many I II diluted solution. can. be used, several drought! cold, lack of proper food-'

v. r..cord. stock shall lie ,1red ..- (*>. Four (4) Five (5), and Six condition during the wet season, but farmers were so- located as to be inaccessible times.. or over-bearing, are:subject to with
tII.l1tYNo. (C> of Jlhn.o""/A Pr.-\'alt's flubdh'I.1oft fair.I I by newspapers or tele "When cutting the tubers for plant ertip.
is "
the except on pa- of this stretch. now
to owner most very ,
1 of lots One (I ) and Kour .
the writ. : graph. Telephone lines extended Into ing discard that show a brown or 'Th\II malady appears as a withering .
t of full pound feel or on f 4) of Hlnclc "!" ofV. A.. Pat.rick's There are 5') or 6 places of from 20 :( I any
order of the Mayor. which written'' Addition to the Town of to 50 feet, (and one of 100) whichare rural communities overcame lon'e'l blackish discoloration within. These and dying back. of the twigs and

fer lection, hall 2:be All filed Ordinance with th r.Clerk.or part Kltfilmmee City. Florida. planked, so that all of this roadis but not all. of this difficulty. To 1 contain diseases which are affectedby branches, which is generally accompanied -'

Ordinance In conflict with thenectlonn. KM.1S K DAVIS. passable and little where we benefit by radiotelegraphy. the code i surface disinfection. by an. exudation of, gum. The'
.
ye t><- and tim name ".... Special A 8TKKD.Solicitor Master. In ChanceryKHIHlt.S had to drive in low very, and not much in has to be learned. The marvelousi "Late blight! wilt and several bacterial young termintft branches become

by repelid.aul for Complainant 4stMMTEMC : second.I I i advance radiotelephony has diseases are carried within the strained and wither. The leaves yellow -

II.;* end l n r..o,1 firm a time Kecoiid 1 N..v..m.t and third time&.h. am asking that these facts be changed this situation, for thousands interior of the Irish potato tuber. and drop. The affected tree usually -

einher Sth. and panned In "".-11 set :: N.tLEmLn.lr given publicity. especially for the information [ of farmers have installed receiving 1 Never plant potato that shows any appears_stunted and sickly. t
of ecember.. A. Lest >. and
thin 5th the
dAY and by virtue of a dcrec offwrecltsure of the tourist as the false apparatus during past year I interior discoloration when freshly
seed" to the amount of
and Pumpkin
forecasts
and sale rendered ai d entered are now ebtaining cut.
A R. n1J.nr.nT.P..e"ld..nt impressions many are now laboring I
t- of Council on July 121h. 19::. b)' the lion. I I warnings promptly and effectively. 119.800 pounds was raised commercially -
Chnrles O Andrew ... Judge of the Cir.cult under. are injurious to every town Over 313,400 pounds of spinach on 772 acres in 1922. accordingto
IJ. H nil.i'lKKT. City <'lerk.proted Court In and for Onceoht Count, and city from the east to the west United\
the State
this 6th day of Dec. 1P3tH ),:lorIda. In Chancery, In a certain coast. I PHYSICIAN ADVISETPEOPK[ [[ seed was raised commercially in 1922, reports reaching
I
K MAY. (8KAL: ) reuse in *aid Court ixndlng wherein I according to reports reaching the department of agriculture.
it Mayor. .Tolin Wilson F.1d'ln'R. Wilson and
.\. l..rnmoti. as Kxectitors of the last remain, I I I "My wife suffered for years with i ture. This is an -increase of 1.100i 666 quickly relieves Colds.
lb. Ieeiil4 4 uvrt. ITtk J.dlelalClrcvll. ; will and testament of Thomas Wilson, Very respectfully yours
,. O.rw.la 4 .a.I. tVlvrlda. decenned were complainants. nnd Arthur E. W. Abbott. stomach trouble which did not yield i percent over the production in 1921.I and LaGrippeConstipation
Is t k.atCr7. l'nrngan: Pat Jo him toil. Kin-. to any treatment. She took a dose but is only about two-thirds of the ,
Blmnu... Cattle' Company Otis No en latSaturday I and Headaches.
--- > I of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy five-year average production. Biliousness
Bk tf iiranite nnd Trust Comfoinplulnant > and William R. I'nll'.r. were dffendnnts 13 ILLEGAl. HUNTERS CAUGHT with wonderful rc utuI;
(.rpOI'"II..n. ) the undtrslaned will offer for
V. It I nule and sell to the MicheM and bent BY DELAWARE GAME WARDEN I have practiced medicine for 20 years i ;

tersus Icl bidder for cnnh. In front of the Court I and have never teen anything likeit President 1
I l.llllnn Uurlnir. ,.t nt.. ) !hOuse door In KlHHlmmee Florl.la betweefl What is probably a record for the before. I have recommended Mayr's Farm Bureau's New
I )enilants I the legal hours of sale on the
'NnTICI'i (or 1I\\\ >lT.R'$ s\i.r Mil day. of Ttbruar. 1923. the follow quick handling of a migratorybirdtr'eatyact I I Wonderful Remedy to several that I .
I>t.... IM In>r..b% Kl\n that u rtl.r. Inn described real estate situate In case was established recently [ know needs this tieatment." It removes oJ
'bylrtiu i of a flnal I dcn ,.e ot fore- wild Osceoln C4utitv, Florid to-w It by warden Bloxsom of the Biological the catarrhal mucus from the __
lire. entir<'d '.n the 1 itt 4li>' of. J.a. All of Sections elehtirn' ( IS). tuon- Survey force! On the evening I intestinal tract and allays the inflammation __ _
,. .1>:::1. In thnt iittHln Lit ,... 1"1..1) t(20). twentr-two ,221. twentytt. -
Unit III th. cinult c'ourl.'n- hI (28)) and thirty (3.n. nil of section of October1 28, which was a Saturday which causes practically aU'I -
.
th JudUlnl C'lrcult Om.i.olti ('ounlorldn. thli! t\.-two- 132) exc-pt tin. North- Warden Blrtxeom aprehtped| I stomach, IIMT and intestinal ailments. t1 iaar
In Chnrcir>'. wheriiji Itnnkniul Kent quarter of the Southeast quarltrnl 13 men who were shooting after sunset including appendicitis. One dose" will Ii
roUl" Trui4t ('''lnlll'''% n CorIf MHld section; and all of section thlitfour '- I _
tit't.. coinplittnnnt niul 1..11..1: (i4) -ill icing In TownshipS on one of the marshes near Wilmington convince or money refunded at J. Z. s*_ 9'e p"i _ *1

an \\nrititf. H li \\nilnx. 'In'r hunnnd S- !-.. HariL.e 81 Jo ....I. Delaware. He disarmed I Roberson's,, and druggists every- - % -
IIld'o"lI1ldt.JloIIII"h Lumber JOHN S CADEI.. them and conducted them to the near- where.ADVERTISIN.L1'. ,- --

ana. Klorlilu! I Corporation-. I .- 4-Ct. ( Special: Master In ChtnceoIn est railroad station, where they were i
dantH . I will '.n the tlmtfotnla) '
SPEAKING"What / \
"'l.rliaij. .. ISi.It::: \ll belnK tlu> nrth, q.t ,tjJltt %O"'I( 1: identified to his satisfaction. They =
aulis d', oromised to before the United j-
of the month nnd n Icpcnl \ appear *" ts 4 "
|lnK the legal hourn of sale. offer th. Court nf the CountTu Cl itle a hit *ell lit th4*' Kast front door i IH..i.i>ljt CouMt) Floildn. In the Kt "Advertising." .pi- -S.4 4
th.O".nln ( 'o""Iy Couj.t MOUH*.. tit. of Sarah. A. Cohooti. n ItlnatlL at 10 o'clock Monday morning 3
hnm.... 'Iudtln. to sttlsfy said .1.-! ToO all whom It nia)' ncern October 30. Mr. Bloxsom per- "How?
tli4. fnllaw Uih dMcrlhfi-,...1 I -*- Notittiii her.b>. Kl h..n that (Ira formed the work single handed with "I let it all be done by my com
.
Mlttinti-) lag and belnK hi (is. .-- \Vetheib4-t. UH fxuardian ol (h. nl>o\t' the of carrying the petitors."
exception gunswhich
;
Count) lorl.lu. to-wlt : I.c.i.I'" i n.im.il. catat.lll on the 15tli day ofJnnuar
I'n (7). KlBht I IS ) Nine.. < Iii. anti >'. 19:3.: "\11'1)' to the HonorableI he seized : two outsider were
( 10) of I'.locU One Hundred and U (Comer Count y Judge In and for celled on to assist in this detail. I Samd old musty, dusty store,
t)' (IISOI of the H<'niln.,1.Idind amistmi raid ..(."nty. nt hU ofnce In the f'OIlI.tIhult. The 13 violators appealed at the Same old dealer time galore;
.nt miati's| New Ktihdtv lHlrnJoi .. In Kluvimmee In saul County, taken immediately Same old fixtures same old stock. :t-f ?t t .,- -35 .. .
time designated were
-ICH 0.... Hundred and Twnt\- at 10 o cloi'k a. m or ns soon after us old knock I
r CI ?" to ( ma Hundred nnd Thirl j- the matter can 1,.. heard for nn order into the court; and aa they all I Same old hammer same
(137) of the Town of St Cloud, to Hell nt public or prl\ute s \le in said pleaded guilty, thev'' were piomptly Same old books, an awful bore!
rdlnl to the Official Pin on tile In county the following dcsirlbid reulestate fined. Seven of the violators were Same old ignorance of store
Of II.... of the Clerk of the f'I"'ul' to-wit : Same old cobwebs same old flies.
rt uf o..ola.until'. Stntof Lots 3 and 4 of Prospi Park foreigners, who are ordinarily diffi- -- bi.
rldn. und rrrunled III I'lat llool.PIIKI according to Map thereof On (II.. in the cult to handle in these cases, and it Same old "1 won't advertise, S _
lift) -three- S3). office of the Cletk of tlu Ciriult C'OIl.tfur was considered an especially success Same old failure same old wail _
of Hltle .Utah. 1'urchuHei t.. Osieolu Count : old sehirfTs sale.
cynic
Same common
1 for deed Also Lola 1 nnd 2 In Plot, I: neil ful piece of work for one warden t o _
tted this let d.,)' of Junuirv'r'23! lots I nnd S In Hloi'k It of LincolnHeights take so many violators at night and
W J. HTKKHSpecial / Addition. to Kisnlinmer City. I brim them to justice so quickly. The The hen that never cackles is the 4. $- .5
'I : ; Osceola Count Florida
Master ) Biological Survey of the United first to go in the pot.
Which will\ be based
applkntlan on
CIN80N ANI) mCKINSON.: advertising.
The hen believes in
hors for Complainant. 4-51 petition for order of stile now on tile States Department cf Agriculture is
In said (*ourt. charged with the administration of When she lays an egg she tells the _ -< :

TO CRKD1TOH lieceniber14th.. t22. the act. world about it. I
NOTItK migratory-bird treaty
Ira Wetlurbee. AdmlnJ.. 'rntol'. When she quits advertising she g-

..rt of til* ('...t r ".*.... _.. l-4t Agricultural experiment stations of has quit doing business-and the axe I ,
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oust,. State ., Florida later.
her sooner or
the northwestern states are makingcoooerative is going! to get j

.'re Estate of Martha A. Uetgerill S. B. AULTMAN or concerted studies of Business is like a hen. t-
( Creditors. L \f.t..II. Dlatf Ibuteen dry-land and irrigation farming prob- Keen yours cackling.. -A. A. of T.
nd all Persons havIng Claim or -
emands against .said Kstate: lems, plant breeding plant diseases M. ._
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it. and eaoh of you. are hereby no- insect and fungus pests of orchardsand 4 I

and required to preent any. 4' means for their control control

U ol end you.demand max have which.against, you. the orIr REAL ESTATE of wheat' smut which' presents anus.- : 66' -_ ,- --- ............ ..-i--..i t.,._ J_. ,.
of Martha A...aeltrer. d.oe..4.t >>al difficulties in .these states, ncJ I I

Oc.olai, County, Florid.- to. the. other regional Subjects, : e ordinc,to Another .Oft... ftcnvet..,:',). the U. Walker. .1 California.. Mr.;" '

"-within slsrned, 'Admlnlstrator-of swo.'sr. 'r011*.,th*. 4at e. . ....and. ... reports to '.the United States department la Pres4rriptlon ,Colds, cJupice ..f !&. .American Farm-Bur* Uradfute U A sMKkanasi. anil fenser.Uviaf .
. of .Jigricultnre.. Practically'altthea : for it 4urkTi' presi.deeQ.at4rdftc. ,
!. .* Pe4tarat4Mi sec .o* tb 4) aid. ho.iepacebiIigvsMfatb.fstttltdaS ;
dtD.e.mb.r.. "tit\: .' D lttl FIRE"INStJRNcE'o-; I. stations are .ltvstIg'stAnx.be. F v-'" and LaGrlftftf!.. It'si 01 Qho.-
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refatiVe"importance' ;or1lzttpers' ....::. "i e lip the work : th. -
iUtrvtor. KIMine. Klorldtu, '' valae-of ( vlrem: Ohi x, .He,.vedatice',fo fan )>rt4lvMOvk.
.': ,_ 4' : ::, .. (: tr cropatar. systems. aid:the .... rmtie4 ti's Rr t. resideat.'Mim"1-! f I A
? biff iPneomo11 Hr)is at..on* 4> the 1I'tI" ""
( eo'ila"s"3 toeir feed jbi* know prevent ofT. 'H will
'trf llZ: J. ., i ; .,ard.. ot lt'nle.l ; tre. r;. .
: Ux' + + value 'ot eul- . *! *"- *** I. f tV'Ohi ;S .w-U." ?r$iiV "
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY ',JANUARY S, 1923YOWELLDREW ?.., '

.- .--T_-_ [:NEGKO WOMAN GETS A srifp?
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'I. \ J JI )' FINE. FOR STEALING 'PERFUM'/
[JAGRICULfURAL POINTERS
J In special tesaion ,of county court:< ;
for receiving pleas of guilty, held
,,' LliU: H. WILSON, COUNTY "AOKNT '' Tuesday morning' in Judge ConterV
[ I chambers'Lizzie Holland appearei
CO 'Citrus trees should be pruned -during and, after County Prosecutor JlJUtoa,
: the dormant season.. Now is thu Pledger had recited the. reasons for
.1' time no all dead wood as well as surplus her invitation to the gathering; plead-
wood should) be taken out. Where ed guilty The judge gave her an opportunity -
1 have vou should to explain the wherefore
I you carp firemoving of
ORLANDO FLORIDAANNOUNCE ..- J take all dead wood, her nets, and to lAy whatever ah*
==: n 'raking' 'out from the tree; and bum- might cai e,.to In her behalf '\%

ing. Severe dropping of fruit generally She told the judge the .main\ Ides
THEIR ] shows, the presence of item- was that she wanted him.., to, be M
end rot and melanose. After thoroughly light -on her as possible," and in trod uo.

pruning spray with' Bordeaux ed, in the nature of extenuating CN!
I mixture, and oil. Always follow bordeaux rumstances, the fact that at the Irak
mixture spray with the oil to the thefts were committed ahe KM
f control the scale insects. I not responsible. Responsibility, 'she
I Time to plant citrus tree. Trees a\cried, was chargeable to liquor're.:
are dormant and will stand transplanting frtahments! of which she! had partake,
I fine during this month and en ,prior thereto.! Said "Jikker," as
I February. cording to her story had "been pur..
I cased from while
borne men whogt
I Plant score Irish potatoes. Fit careful
i about planting heavy, for the name, number, description, or other
northern market has been overstocked identifying designation she was un.
I fur able to place on exhibit She admit.'
the noith. Some
by. growers in ,
I ted however that the stuff had
made
the early: local trade and home useshould
+ I, be planted. By all means disinfect such a profound imprpssion on her'!
that she had entered! Person
tNOU.'t9 before tor.
seed
I potatoes J
jour
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and
purloined about
I plantings, with formalin solution! one seven dollarf.'
y ." worth of perfume, four pair of
I pint to 40 percent formnldehi to 0 ear.
I gallons of watt'r. Soak the seed aft rings, seven pair of hose, and(' other
I articles which appealed) to her in.
soak-ing cbriuted farty-Tc(tie tune of about
'--- -- -. I seventeen dollar/ '' worth if secure

I. SATURDAY JANUARY 6th TO SATURDAY JANUARY 13th I lor plantirg.Poison,sacks the to cut thoroughly worms and dry. prass.hoppere along addition legitimate she; admitted to channels.In the rerponaibihtj'clause .' "

in the berry patch with the ownership of |
husband
and'omt' children.
Kanaa.4 poison: bait Call or write thecounty Tht
I I i for dneetions in making judge gave her some good advice, M
An annual event arranged for the.purpose of cleaning out all our Fall and Winter Merchandise.One ('the baitFertilise agent. well UK more practical end tangible
donation of a sentence of site i month
of the greatest selling activities and bargain sensations of the year. An event looked for- I spring. Hti\! your(? jou ordered citrus tieei the f<<'ltili.zer this- on the road gang and a fine of fifty

I ward to by experienced shoppers for miles around, who have come to know it as one filled with oppor for your trees ? no I this. at once part plunk.H.of it He, contingent suspended! upon the air her months'future

tunities for economical bu'ing--each year gaining momentum and becoming one of THE great shop- I are bo iou realty will!\to have appl it .oil hand when you good bthaMor. The fifty dol HAt tiM,'

ping occasions on the January calendar. Place jour' feed for hog" on a concrete arid cost'-, how.-.c\er- . stuck.--
rtooa This will insure clean
This is the time for sales of Women's and Children's Apparel Sales of Dry Goods Sales of feed. for hogs nt all times, especially PERTAINING TO CHURCHES i
.
h Shoes-Sales of Men's and Boys' Apparel-Sales of Furniture and Home Furnishings in fact when cunng flcor; be dr\jt valuein weather keeping will the the conc'ret grain' r'esbJC"rciI- 1 1Rev.

I all sections of the store offer rare chances for economy during J 8 selling days. out of the 1-1111.1. Hogs eat dirt in -_ ...
'. grain and other feed when W. H. Dresch, )). D., Pastor
Such an event as this YOU CANNOT' AFFORD TO :\IISS-for there's bound to be somethingof Ihro.vr pickirg/ i:'p the- .sand and will nutura'- --
9.-15: a. nrSunoia school. Prof.
interest to you, your family or your home. I lye not. 1:1: : a- they should Clean feed I). It. Shaver, !lupefintendent. ,
for animal:* is very e'ential.
11.00 :
: a. m.-Morning Worship.
COME TO ORLANDO AND SHOP DURING THIS'SALE'S' EVENT cropwith St
I part t,, luOO parts wati-r 'all on the ('ominumonJiu Suviur Sor.ml"l'.
tour tAgi' it for directions
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the or"h.-tra.
-ic by
I Tate 1 aunty .\jll l"ultul'ul Exhibit fi::.10\ m.--Christian Endeavor
.. .. thi/, month p.
'- -- ------- - ...i1!) if }i. :.U in Kis-nninii-o:
MRS. COLE HAS ., __ h H ___ --- or WcUif'du}-, Thursday. Fn The .
em of free fir'-l-cla land in : p m.- wi1s .nil' Sere
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IIN SOCIETY'S REALM BIRTHDAY PARTY the United Stalls has passed! fK''ord- THE WATCHER 1'1 :;:al.r>:.!? the 17th t to 'JOth( ,..inclusiveTl. own" by the pastor Subject: "Chni-
1 Mrs. Charles I O. Cole\ tek'bratrJ in ir to the United States department L i{ I *; M liun Integrity" :Music try tie or.drtMtra. .
her birthday this week l by enterfur, of ugnculturi. Nearlyhalf: they area _._. \;+ rf :xt coW: storage/ tempera'urr .
.. the life of nt.C'ts in com
ing a number of friends' .at her home I lof Continental United States if n tin .And He Wont< Ik. N till'BIH..a'J 7'IO: p. m.-We m\e-tigat
KISSIMMEE GIRL MARRIES on l Biyan street New Year's: EM furnis. Of this I muditieoricg t bj am) Bible ..tudy.t'fiO .
1 area, 40.1100.100,, ( There's a strange' condition rfwwe t'' ..' '" F..I1t uclo of the United)
ORLANDO BUSINESS MAN Dancing, cards and refreshments acres are absolutely divert or toogged 5-a 7, > [;uirncolture v '. anficu" I p. m.-.Thund.t1' .Choir< prac.tice .
of << ,
Leon Lemere, of Orlando, and Miss contributed to a most enjoyable oc f 1" to cultivate; 270OOOUOO, / ) acre I 1 wouldn't for a fortune milllf it >t":et riyuitment| yielding benefi '.
Ettie Williams, of Kissimmee, were casion. Mis. Cole was the recipientof I al. occupied bV forit-ts and cut-over 'Lpn Europe fall down and bumps tJil> i* already newtielci Vjwrtors will find a ccPIt1 l wplcomj
married at Haines City last Saturday. a large number of bt'a'utifultIft-,. lan, and bOO.OOO.OOO unes lire inn- I, herself, fiat! re.u1Lhie \js a relatively. to a 'iom -tike church
Mr. Lemere is the attractive and numerous telegrams of felicita "/ 1111 lid nest and suitable for grnzing She I, expect: Uncle !Sam' to kis it ot irncutiextiot.. 'rt..t..J) indicate faprnmentsairea.h the value
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard tion.The / rily. I -.- --- 11 n of First Baptist Cbtsvfc
William, of Kissimmee. guests who t'njo't.dIn! Colt's\ -. -- - 1 the Depth of ('uhsrdnesa. of cold itpruce for the destruction
I illia| young business man of Or'rando. hospitality were: Mr. and MrsE.. i\ n? of the recent mark-toppingirm / I I 'Man's rnliunumty to man, flak", lx.ii: and pea weviU in boan All Rev. J. A. Sutton. D. DP: .t made
Katz Mr. and :Mrs. Walter oble, >- of the ,Omaha "toekjaid' I I untless thousands .mourn," was ham "tortpro><1Ul.t pests, are being ---
DINNER FOR VISITOR Mr.' and Mrs. Roy Star1>1f< ,-'Mes- war a 14-j'ear-old boy. Albert Shalow, |II|bye somebody l J Honvwhere' at noinetli the. at.tej.'ot of itiTfstigaticnM. in eon 9:1.: a- n,.,- Sunday sck ol, S. L.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Funk entertained dames L. W. Pilley, Gertrude L. Katz, of Adair, Iowa who hud l learned methods -.e or other, and it i in true; In wrt"ne's reti"n with cof-J; t i:pcrature. *. l.upfor, Jr., superintendent (1a_*
.: I J at a quiet dinner in honor of Mrs. A. T. Morrison, Dora Lee, Miss Ma- I of feeding/ and tare of baby. beef whereof behold the law-defying ---- -- for all tagea. Join the pawtor'M clam:/ :
Cldyd Scott, of Ashland, Ohio, niece yme Pilley Mr. and l\lrs. John Collins in the calf club conducted b> agric'ul- sneak who ,peddles vile and pomunoutli Rer...fRs from handed birds, sent into 11:00 a. m.:-Sermon b\' Dr. A. t':'
r .IS f of Mm. !Funk who is vIsiting her I of Orlando; Mrs. W. R Gary o<" tural-extt>nsioh workers of Guthrie <|U aunt this winter in Kissimmee. Theguests OkEechobee, and Messrs. John Lie County, Iowa. According" to reportsto not that death lurks. in the cup that cil I itot4 dfp..rti.n-n{ of uznc-crliure Subject: "The-Christian's Ublijtation
k ; included in addition to the i'and Wm. Smith. the United: States department of his. weak neighbor's life will lie I constantly. throw new\ light on the To The Hi*."
honoree, Mr. and Mrs.. Benjamin I agriculture, Alberts consignment I I blighted and hm. family brought to long di'turcttruelccl by migrjotorj 6'M: p. m.-B. Y. I' t:. 1,(>\ltion..1 l
Funk, Mrs. Ella Franklin, and Dwight NOTEIJ JEWISH AUTHOR I was an Angus hl'if.'r"l'il'h nj(' 850 I I want goes: on breaking the (laws, of suds in crt-ir Inntiiu-tite search: for meeting. SUbJ<<-rt: "Some IWod Rr: ..
i Funk and family AT BAPTIST CHURCHDr. pound. which sold ut the top of today I both God i and man. In some innltu.ce .- i warrr, place to *intoi. :MuHard olutions tbs' 19HX." Leader Harold
I A. C. Fellman, Biookljn: noted 'H market on yearlings. gIO.25.; I OCALA-' ATTORNEY MARRIES I Jewish author, traveler, and lecturer -' streets and try to)hold t.h6ii,jieada, up lUinoi on March, 12 of last year was 7:30 p. ra- Sermon by the pastae.
t TALE
\ OFTftO BULLS"d'antagt'H _
; , KISSIMMEE GIRL will occupy the pulpit of the among honest citizens;' Va. some even kiUed November J 11, JW2 about sevcii 730; p. ni, Wednesday t'rsyermisting
i I.t.l .I' J 't'..:'I.;Edward. B. Green: attorney of Oca- First Baptist church Sunday morning. .\ of the "better air*" are run for oftioe. What PIe busijrd; miles southwest" of Uexington, {'if.bruika .
,;"\...., ;;.,I la.and : Mits Margaret McNeil!, of He will speak on the subject, "The graphically humorously. set forth'' I it' among birds. the reptile among an- about CK)' milesxrcit.. TVo, free aes An .and' a welcome t. :
i, "' Klaslmmee. but recently teaching in Christian's, Obligation To The Jew." 111 a new animated cartoon, "A Tale ,j imals, iu the bootlegger among men,' lUSItTU, also A mallard 4uck; tanded strangers tn* well! as those who bW J
g Ocala, were quietly married Tueaday ] Rev. J. A. Sutton describes Dr. of Two Bulls,"' now available.: from .with' the odds in favor of the bu.v'zard. -, at: Browning on March' 7, 192J WIM long here. 11
1 : 'to t morning the Methodist parsonage !. Fellman as a scholar of rare attainments I I the department of agriculture This .Behojdest) thou a nlfek one shot November 12 af .eaV\\'orth, A churchi'if, the Bible and fir the'
fi )( .by Rev. W. C. Norton. I having/ been a traveler] and ob-I I film onceins the affairs .f a farmer ;selling hootch to his fellow men? Aslimy Kan3anmt \& ))0 mil-v west of where people .
Mr. Green is the son of the late "crver: in most of the eouiirtic.1 of t who ha., a scrub bull and utTers financial lizard sunning htinceff 01 a it *tartc.,'. Both of these ducks pro(,. -
Colonel Otis Green, one of the state's world, and at present btmg the head loss accoiclmgl A visit ';jog i is )Ie-s4' disgusting than hpl ublj "...oa prinptitbit' northu'eKtv.aro M>el.liat CfcnrefcXortou
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best known attorneys, and is an ex- of a great mission in Bjookljn IIV it. I neighbor who has t-brel t"I'I -'- >:ij tErn M>ith( in the full to the.
| a a
1 tcrvice man, now practicing law. He a master of four languages besidesthe ((nvinces! him that he j.pur on the ]j I' The Building n hard ,0"I"J rr. Itey. w .c. Pastor;
ilJ'a graduate of the law school of the I Hebrew, his native wrong I\ For a cwiiMileralrfe tune tire huiU- -- ----
tongue and ltlacdt. lIe hastens home, dispatches of .. 7:00: a. "1I. -Union S.i riae 1
University of I'loridaMian an author. Dr. Sutton ,I ing industry our uthad languished I /0" r,1. t nt 111.-.1.1I. .. I'ruy' pionouncc.his the old scrub and nehull.. ,
McNcill has been in gets a until U few mtinUu whn ti't- .r ..I. l'11nr .it Kl.mlfnJi. in BbngaUn.
Ocala fur the last two years teaching, and has people visit of a Kissimmee rare opportunity and for the ::0\.." -foo.lnd pIo!.})erity limply: justiIfted a *young n.an uame/ .to ago town; and "n-e. rI., ".,.t. td. ." at tlrl.i. >. 9-15 a. m..-Sun urges u | his joining the better-hires r1oa"' e' .oo :
I movement Ovtrstrcet
bought lots amt l r'rar..r.Y. HUprrintMident. .
many friends ia Kissimmee as well! largo attendance some begun to build
J an in the northern city. the Jewish people especially to be present inviting{ | irrul ,Industry sponsored by the bureau of An- houses on them He was not one of 11:00 a. r -Prearliing i by tiVapin; -.

r :I the sort that, goes yapping- arour.i . "i '...1 itm.: .1- J 1* ";7;'' ,*.. tor.6.SO
- I J..telling about the great. th ngthat i lx",,i- j4Iut.! r tI! s. ,'iintf .' : p. m_-Stnior league" $jt''o
'he's. going!:' to do, but lit'.nt to workin ,t-, r t'.I 1 Ielt.: 1.,141. j i tionul srr\ic-#,
lllgllill11111111111illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf All otrpr s../tr." ..ii lillllllll111111111111111111111111111111illlllf Ii and the first nur-Prcaching It
'-: iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II 1111I11 1_ people a quiet knew way he had built ten thing corlittle > (I rlt-1"verJTJlt"I t. srRand.. 71.110011.>.<. tor p. : by pu.-

--- I dwellings and sold them They !a''rts.; v.'u-trl.5.:; | .( ..t. I 11)0)! ."" 7:::10 p. m.-Wednesday.' I'.JJw..k
-- were all bungalow, but differed .I r : I" t" r1"u I-'U r1111nrv I prayer 8er\te:..
0 : J widely in style and color so that the I rthrt.I h'j, F< c-ur.t.iO.14--.i. . 17.r".rot v '.1"I ": :8:80:: and 7:30 p. m.-Friday.taacher -

j | uninitiated would never suspect that liu'inr 'Ir.'orpor.it..d II ..
'= they were the product of one mmo. c i 1..lm- '.-a" other, I lt".s'urt-... < :sits H'l. 7:0::: p. m.FridayChoir prutt <'
= This kind of hiturture" has made 4. 4.I.r: 1 e'er.. . . . i."SI.S'< <
"o <:- I'lfiJ __ 11.4101.!
hit with the folks and now every new
WORK building i is of similar constructor :r: .r. rlY.eto: :, Cftsistiaa Church
I and the whole town is afflicted with
f bungalowitis until nobody would 1.I.hlll. 10:00 a. Sunday school C. E.
=
t The Bank With = I build even a chicken coop without "'..It,1 l-i.l, ,III 4 2u.0.r. 01'l..dj".1 Vowell. superintendent,
; it I making its contour conform tu thei t-eVts !-ul,jC while is
day. the night of old i k | Iu're'-I.! ..
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the ( age sure .. Sit .1!; :t9 I! I
I i prevailing/:: ".. type. This. mil'kl "II .lib !>. ': "It-' 71: .I.:I I1tl CMO p. m.-T-Crirmtian F.tideavor:
"' = to come when you will not Fv.o able 0> .ol'k.< == 1 young man !Hn. five or six new hon'ies Time... (-rrt".t." ., ...* 1.1 l 1"1'.1. 1 I'sis":!: ". 7:UO p. m.-Ytpdnelday. Prayermeeting.
; : undo < rfin.J r- L: I .
; 7::111 nn i ii intcre
.[ = Ability confiijrt nnd our rtl7'p.'I nri.-' ',. . =ting and tnspir.itional
.L l r's-
= : : : i 'ut-tjnilini. i.7)7.'l: I ,
== |beicinniug to ait up and take notuI . 'IAilIi< 1.t.1. services"
= and IF YOU WORK == I I All this :-Jlnrvrs< that the infusion of N..tr-- ..r ,J PoJI:I'.H! i it, ,HHI MII u?,1 N.n N..II. Visitors t'ordiallinvitf'd..
= new' blood and now i ideas is alwa\. a
blr s"ing to a commumtv I T. IMtui >: ili.M, KmsCOPAL CUIIR3H
1 Willingness and save in the daytime of youth will +I cor n.-i, .,."r..: .,
I' you I:oun tj .1.| 4
| Rex
,; : If you wont u dual ti > :M_ D. Ayers, Rector.
i S be ,, purpose < i 1. I H < ; -d" i iHhl r ii.r Ih. hI"? .
to Serve independent in old agDon't get. the | one that will bear fruit and at the nursed b.l 1. .1... .Io'nll,1), ) Hvt.ut. lhi/; .t 10:00 .
:, same time piottoV hale .. 'rise abase AL't: . IK erasto, ttn. Io.t' : '4 m.-Sunday School.
w = -..... good out of your last dollar, better leave = I j pecan is the) ttt{ you in an.lIl11m..rtH' look ,*i>r1"' KrOAtrlhimil, l>r\\i\\ "f_ 11 :00 u. m.-Morning Prayer, and
L. 1C OKIXIi: C !sermon by the rector.
ft := it for somebody else and he sure that ing foiI '. . nnhlri' 7.'JO m.-Evening and l
; DEPOSITS' INSURED you ;;1.I-I:( 'rT'PIsr p grayer
l; i I The sea mOlt: by the torj .
birrh of ret
have enough to through. ( tw I'HS M I'KOU:
see '
I, you Depend N --
J' during' November was reporter,) to &l I'lIll: > -
the United Slates Biological i. M >;.::1"i n i: Christ's hPentecostal
= Survey
; i upon your .savings I of the United States department ,>f Sub: -I,<, i ,i 'I swarm t.>1.1..to.'In''It'1 1''. s rn* ( )
== !' == 1I171 ieulture. On. \\.is at Wind ("HTP n,! 4tl ,1' _, j .inunrv. 19.::. Corner Brack and Oak Streets
I = IN THE BANK I = ,il'iciii\e and one. at Sully Hill J'le- riKCIK: 'oi.t\"rn.ntnr --
J = "eive. Tint makes u totul; l of tO-1 ., \ ). (fubllr Walter Lorvnz
My ( ''>I ir a-.al! VJIII-.K .!un< 2e. ISJti: :
buffalo Sunday School
r | calves torn Ibis season on the Superintendent
e Money makes friends. We solicit four F're.tervOHhnh arc known
:: BS
your
I 10:00: a. m. achool.! Inter
Ithe -Sunday
i :i : j business. Try us Check =: National Bison Range, Niodrarn. national lesson.
on Account.
a Classes for all
ajres.
| Kescrvntion
Wind Cave and '
Su'ly
':1 = Hilt : 11 :00 a. m.-Preaching. Evan e-
i' The death of one rulf ut Sul-
o =- t:" -=: : lvn Hill is i the only one reported, of NfWBY INN list 6.30 Aaron A. Smith, in charge.*
: masertog
those born. p. m.-You" People *
at Revival Tent, near Lake House.
I The San Jose scale has been 7:30: p. m.-Revival services ftt *

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