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 19, 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: VID01099
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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OSCEOLA JOURNAL Consolidated January II, 1915. '

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K'.I,;'';'. V.II.7' UiUblliihrd J"I4.| r Oaoveln ti...n... IC..tabltk.d '1>1II1.'. O"c.*U a....! by roreli...Jan.ao.lMJI ,KISSIMMEE FLOKIIJA 1 FR1!DAV, JANUARY 19. 192:? _" VOL. XXVI -..WO. 4

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OSCEOLA. COUNTY PRODUCTS, SHOWN IN OCLA HIGH( WINS_ COMMISSIONERS NAME SPORTS PROGRAM OFFICIALLY- :OPENED .'

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SPLENDID ARRAY ON THE OPENING DAY FIRST BASKET GAME THE SAME OFFICIALSAppoint YESTERDAY. WITH" ,AUtOMOBILE' PARADE


Largest Single Entry Shows Ninety Different Crops Kissimmee Defeats Lake- County; -:;; Physician, Handsomely Decorated Cars--and Beautiful Women
and
From One Farm: Poultry Show Has About 150 Birds land In First District Select Jury List, And .Girls Make The First Event Easy To Look At

..And Home Demonstration--Department Eye-Opener.- Game: Score_ -iliKiftsirnmec 12 To 8 '-' Make Fair--Donation, Grand Marshal Tim mons.Started On Time :

t high school's basketball I The commissioners' in --
county met
Thursday night Leo II. Wilson, a black-eyed Susan, created l fuom: i iriystsllizcd five met Lakeland on the local court With the agricultural and home committee
ounty agent, estimated that double Ij sour orange' peel. 1 last Friday night and annexed a victory pn adjourned session: last Sutuiday products exhibit a day in the lead tackiest: announces prizes!! for the
the number of people had attended Of unusual interest is a small cabinet I'y the score of 12. to 8. ItNva inorning, with all the members. pres- the amusement, section of the Oscoola costumes.
tho agricultural exhibit so far this. containing three white lain a the fitKt game for both 'teams. in the i-nt except R. V. Phillips who sent a County Fair got off to a good start tIme.Saturday and prizes night will also be masquerade
are offered for
yeur as during the entire period last 'big cne, a smaller one, and a wee one.' rentiul Flrrida interscholast'c conference -, Doctor's; certificate that he waill. i promptly at eleven o'clock Thursday .hatevening's merriment.
year! In the early evening before. ),These rats all had the same birthday schedule, and in spite of Its with appendicitis.) The adjourn: i I morning, as per schedule. Grand The KisHimmcu band in
the street carnival of the sports section I but were separated as to boarding 'being an curly KKOSOU display vtn pot Aloetini; \vas, ,prinuirilv for the puv- I] 1 Marshal ,I. P. Tilani ns, attiied in a :rcvtans division\; played, to the several con-
began, the spacious exhibit hall places. The big one, as tho descrip a bad ramo.Lakefaud's pOlleof bcle.'tmg J100 nme for tho I jcosmopolitlsh< array of equestrian :rowded tents last
was so crowded that It was difficultto I Lions shows, was fed plenty of milk,. team work and passing; county iiiry I'Ht' fur J9t.!): : which had I raiment, preceded: the decorated au- have a complete night, and will
( make one's way among the various (,i the middle sized one had a little but wan" better than Ki"siml1ler'tbut : l been pur=ij < unriniphc'd from the j It'nSeetirtg tomobilcs, motor earn, trucks, an4Fords tonight: featuring change oriental of J program.
exhibits. Those who staid ami went not enough, while. the babe of the llteir inability to cage the ball was re- I of .JIII many 2. The commis-1 and led the motoicade down and tomorrow night with its dancing Broadway .
the rounds, however, were more than bunch( had been out of luc\ in his spcnsilile) for their dcfcnt. Gordon stoners spent considerable: time checking I 1 Emmett street and o\cxthe prei rewarded, and those who Hd not stay milk diet all the time. While one Hullock was tho chief scorer for Kis- I i over and discussing! the names/ route. Returning Broadway The seventh and
left with the expressed 'intention of wouldn't be disposed to care a whoop simrr.cc with (i point, while McCaH j submitted in an effoit to furnish a I after a trip to Vine street up the- ease a fair business on eighth the grades dd!
returning on the morrow when there if none of them ever had enough and Dujrger fo- Lakeland each scared list of mun who would make good .stopped before the band :stand wherein with their candies hot dogs opening salads.day
was less of a crowd. .milk it nevertheless.shows what milk thiee. Two or three times the bent I IbuFkotcors jurors. i were the judges, for closer .scrutiny and other eats and drinks, while, the
,Knttring the exhibit hall on Pcsse I I I'diet will do, and is an objeut lesson ,. showed flashes of team I I Appointments of the various co-n- and passed on, to disembohb'e at Boy Scouts dispensed drinks
avenue the spectator Is struck with I.for humans. It should result' in. increased wri-k awl 1 passing which when a lit- ] eniployee-s followed l, and icsulted 'the end of Broadway. --onfetti balloons orange and ,
the varieil products of which Osceola j sales for th. vnriius dui rlell. tie mortf piaititc hils bec-n had, w.Hdevelop ; ItY' the re-appointment of thoae wh" Following the mount of the nuts. pop corn pea

.ounty cun boast. Iniediately to the Inrtructive nutiition chiuts III I' ef'fe.tivclv a .speedy tejun.' | tK-p-vvd I during\ the last tei.. Johnston i Kunie a section of the gl'llnjnua"hkl Ki:, Tomorrow Will\ be"tho big day. Then
l It.ft of the door the Woman's Christian .- al'l angel in the boi th.i The ji-imo moved along well\ from J Ji ansi I Garrett; were re-appumted( :Hiinmee Conceit la.ul truck come the wild and woolly broncho ,,'
on
Tem-pcrnm-e Union in *naiiH' ii- _- -- i!11 the (. ..t"torK' point of view' most of !'as a ,
p for the hustl'rK. steer
beard
attorneys G. W
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1 ; i dispensing t the music to which: u'l tie bulldoggers cow-boy
inf,* 1\ lest loam, b'yoml which lieirini AKT! DEPARTMENT;; I I the \\110('. Kefifc ('al sonailing held |lAahton us load D. A. clowns and At
Kupetvisoi the
; i he: exhibit A magnificent spiny j jof l'liiR Painting Imlls promptly, thus nVei'clinir up tlpaiiit. I Bas as superintendent of tie prMifarm its (the wiitur is concerned the carnival grounds at Posseil an 1
citrux fiuit* occupies in -the neigh-. :' Visitors to the exhibit urc< girallyiImpressed I I '. Umpiie (ii-ahuni, culled\ mvj j and J. A. Buss, j.initoof t t'-ie i number of cms will forever leram n Church streets the free chicken and
l.orhood of five hundrej : feet i trill I foul for vlt.IItinJr! the jumpingiiie.
Kjuurc i house..
('OUI t pork pilau will be served.
for it Don't forget
u.th; ) the excellence of w .ik | i mystery was imposMililc ) -
this fruit di"play being a combination > | which, weii not alwaywppre-
ehown in the art department. I Indeed I Leo II. Wilson was J'eaopoint.cttor Keep the mind on omit theniat ics with ; to bring your cup.
of prcdudn of various growers' f( a- | eiati'd: I'V tlH) / Lnkelun I <' > u-1! aril 1 -
turing thoso of the Kissimmce,Citrus;; i iiroweis1 [ it IH causing; : genuine surpris", to'': plaYI"K hut, the culling "f which in&aiy tho yea,' us euunty agricultural 'such good exeicise for the eyes goin ISSIJMEE FISHING
'the majt-uty of Kissimmee and Osce- agent. An application was received )
( Association.
The exhibit : n'II hon, is to dbvelop'propei past.fifTort
i is, aside frcm its eJucationul value ole county lesidents that such tiilent i form (Coach necessary!McQuillan snid!1 :i from I Dr. 1. I). Chunn of Saint Cloud. was made to tecrid the vailoua '- JETS; ANOTHER BOOST

beautiful to behold, the arrangement I II Ins is exhibited there is prevalent I niter the gan.e hat he WH satisfied I for appoint ment asountv physu-iap.' decol aliol1H diivers occupan's! --
hereabouts. Some one remarked, on Dr. Chunn's application t-'tite-'l I li ; ;and scenery, but the hand was slower !
I ting the work of Ernest Green local I w .Uli the officiating.. Magazine Prints Story Of Local
painter who here demonstrates that I'the opening day, ."It takes a county The Line t'I|II proposal to fuini.sli all drugs and than the eye, and the scribe wai not Fishermen' Catch And A Hand-
his ability with the colors provided i iliy fair to educate us up to knowing I Kissinmioo ((12)) Lakeland (H) crossings, together with his services., ,nmbidextioutf, while he did liavc two "'ome Picture-Of The Fish!
nature and Florida sunnhina. is no whom we are!" I II Sini Ji-e.ei light forwaid' 1)ug-\{,'>* for 500 .per year, payable mUI1Il'; ". eyes. So he left the compilation of' --
less than with the )brush and oil" I Mrs S. II. Bullock i is chairman of Tyncr left forward, ( McCrtll i ,. The commissioncm a checked I ,i.p the statistics to the judges. Once more the fame of Klll lmmee'll
"the ail I department of the (.exhibit ( various expenditures for dressings The first prize for the best Decorated -;
In the exhibit are practically all j (;: Bul'nt-k'! centre Butlel'ChapmKII < waters seductive/ spots for Isaac
the citrus fruits ever invented. Beautiful -I and u. herbelf the exhibitor of one if right guuid Moore/ and drugs as normally spent during i car went to Mrs. H. C. Piano for Waltona is heralded to the world! In
grapefruit in .lusters and loose' the largest: display.. The judges ,lHairiH left guard Hrower the year and decided that ill, ui'itiin' the Seoldsweet car decorated with the Christmas number of "Tackle," a
form a foundation for the smaller of have not rendered their decisions at ,i I I FieM, Goals: }ICihsimmee-Harris.Hullock : .' i to trie advisability of ImviDKMiountv: Osceola county citrus fruit and "Kis- magazine: published by the Shakespeare
Florida's famous while the ever artistic > the time.. of this writing, and upon I I I Tyner; Lakeland-Hugger: | phyxician, I he expense' would l wairnnt '- :tiimmt-e peaches." little lleKhetaAlilerman ( ompany of Kalamazoo Mich-
kumquats lend their cheerful |them depends the verdict a.< to whichis Mi-Call. Butler. Foul (loals: KiBsini-' favoral)) action on l//".' a ipli< '<- as Dr. Sc. ldsweet, tossed 'pan, there appeared a photograph'ofsh'inK
color as they nestle among their foliage deserving of the most praise- nice,Bullock ,t, Tjner 2. Lakeland- tion, which was taken with thp'"- 'out golden medicine balls along the o of big fish and bigger fish,
of green. King orange'' amiI There are u nuinbei of )pieces. entered :j I I puggrr\ McCall. Referee, Marion Cnson. ; i visa that he. .hou1-f. in addition to ')U way:\ sampU'H of the product of the I and biggest' : fish caught! in one of the
I ho commoner varieties, .s.itsuinas by the contestants which will undoubtedly : Umpire, Milton i Jraham. fthfr glut ins us/ county physician) ., f'ei- Ki Hinimec Citrus iiowers'; A" ocia- many fishing spots surrounding Kissimrnce. -
und navels, tangerines, mandarin, t occupy their attention. i I IAming I fOI m the nece'i.-uiy autopsies for" tim,- tion. Mrs. II. C. Piano was at the I With the photograph appeared
and citrons, blcn-1 with the ever Mrs. 'Bullock's entries are ,, KISSIMMEE BOY GETS county wheel with Mrs. J. II. Prather, Mrs. a story the substance of
hearing I lemons, the ponderosa HIH| n beautiful dwl' 'late pot in gold I and 1, ('. S. Acj-ee appoarcd before I be Alderman and !Mrs.' Cndol, as passen which is well\ known to everybodywho
Cicilinn. and the Rangpur; lime, while in eon und a f-undwich tray in eMiamela BOOST ON ALLIGATOR l.oard, with I a petition that the :ippointnunt i gers. lives or has lived, visits ar has
the tropical pineapple o'ertops the with ')II'c'lI. <1-orations. Om- of I II). N. nll"i.(11 recor.'i, ,i ii The prize for the second best decorated visited in Kissimmce, but whch isior.e.theless
display with a suggestion of even of the most. I striking is a buttcifly Murray! Overttlreet (;Gets l'r..iioliouOn i of mn'Uc .nn l >>r..n,ls. amcuttle\ inSpector I car went to Mrs. John n. Bronon ( readable and enjoyable.
greater possibilities. ; cake plate of oiigmal I design in paint The diversity\ Publication 1 in his district he recommended who drove a creation beautiful in The article follows\ : I
Towerlnjr to the rafters stands. i and lustre. Another cake plate in' Htllfl : !.('ral HOVN. Make (;irod ti) tintfoveinor.. which petition! r.-' many way cJp'corated'ln white and "Undoubtedly there is better black
Cavendish banana entered<< by 11.V.. ; enamels,,decorated with baskets of I ""'1ed ''n vorable action l h.. th'' purple, gowns and complexions. Thi bass fishing in Florida than, Lin any "
Wilcox from Cypress Island while n I flowers h''causing considerable admiration Muiruy I OVI'I'I'U'I'.t son of Mi. and' commissione-rs. car was also signally honored by the other stato in the Uniorti The photograph

great bunch of nearly ripened fruit while a third, also with pza-: Mis. John I 1. Overstrfet) of K i"silll- I Juijvx T. 1....Comer hv.o uicion; of another prize winner of J. E. Lupfer and his friends,
ola cock decorations is sharing honors nice. hUll lhi we.-k been elected as- for thc-mn rode Miss l France Tress.to J. C. Buckets and
Ix-lion the fancy that O"Cl> county request that the county subscribe S.>(l J. W. Miller, and
will not produce full bunches. with the sandwich Uuy. Another "Kistant editor OfMhe sporting section' to tlii fair intertainme-nt budget I i'l whom the judges awarded the I the splendid string of fish caught in
Just around the- eI'Dnthe- Visitor beautiful exhibit entered by Mrs.I "f the Florida Alligator University i addition to the amount whici had prize for the most beautiful lady in I a little lake near Kissimmee. Florida

gasps and the native stands Int'reduI I I I' Bullock i ill a black and orange coffee of Florida weekly.staff Overstreet the last has |x fii set' aside for the agricultural ex- the parade. Accompanying/ is enough evidence to back up the
buM as he sees 'an exhibit of ninety set. I been on the during hih't I James M. Jo 'nllt"n and II. Bronson and Miss Tress were Misses : statement. Wasn't it in Florida that
Different products of Osceola's soils i I' Miss Frances Buy has a large num- j 1 semester an assistant. in the depart- Stanley Bullcc'x spoke in liehatf! of Lucy Lupfer Dot Makinson\ Margaret the wot Id's record bass of nearly 19
from the same farm Square Acres, Iber" of beautiful entries the one. mont' of alumini, news of which Burtun the request pointing cut that the Branson and Johnnie Bronson. lbs was recently taken? Mr. Lupfersent
of J. A. Mlnick's on Lake Davenpolt.Seventeen |whichtall been attracting/ the .most Ames another .graduate of theO..eola sports program the pork and 'hi.'kcn The best decorated Nash was another us the photograph. In replyto
varieties of citrus fruit attention being a magnificent punch high school, la editor. Murray pilau the broncho busting and cteer sight for folks who are glad .our query concerning; the particulars
.re there displayed, with canes powl with peacock decorations. A has made good there and goes to| bulldogging, all of which would be they aren't blind and was driven by of catching this splendid string of
grains, '.hays, root crops vegetables, plaque, bon bon dish, and cake plate the new berth* with the next edition' free- to the visitors, was the import- Mrs. George T. Sigler, who was accompanied fish he wrote: '.
cassava; and canned products. Nurnery all done in enamels and a painted of the paper. lIe is'also' a member' 1)I I. ant factor in bringing the crowd to by Mrs" L. .!!., Ingram VWe left town early in the mornIng -
stock of both citrus! and loquats tea set are three more of her exhibits of the university band. : I I I Klsslinmeo to see the county agricultural Mrs. A. W. Bailey, Miss Luella Harrison and drove out to a little. lake near
grace the 'corner adjoining, while on which are proving very popular. An Klssimmee i Is well represented on exhibit. It was shown that the and Margaret Sigler. Kissimmee where we had a boat. We
the other' aide is golden corn, good, old-fashioned pitcher in enamles, an the.university band, with seven players business men and other residents hud The prize for' the best decorated fished very hard during the mornjng!
to the unusual bowl in pink and gold, a Satsuma and the director. In addition to. Overland was awarded to Mrs. B. H.McClelfan .
than
but less BO usual owing | contributed liberally to the fund. The but had practically no luck at all. We
drouth ,experienced last year. 1 I bowl in enamels, and a gold Murray Overstreet, Kissimmee boys, e-ommisiiioncrs decided that this pr-- who drove the car, accompanied were using casting rods and your,No.19fi2 .
Gigantic sweet potatoes form an '' and black peacock vase are some of who ale members of that organize gram would be a fine piece of nu*>- by her children and Miss Level Wind Reels. About eleven -
exhibit by themselves on one side an the other examples of this exhibitor's I tion, ate Burton Amp' Henry Ed- 1'city, and diew on the publicity fUI.JfOI' Lucretia Overstreet. o'clock they started biting and for
\\uids. Ad CilU-it; and John Giaham,
artistry.Mrs. i fnd both contributed to
well as those of more marketable that amount. Eye. ears: two hours we had some great sport.
I I . Roy Staibird is showing an i I with K. OeWHt Brown as director' as the of the which "
size and more in accord with the reI A warrant: .was drawn in favor ot enjoyment car) pu'l 'The big one. close to the right
\uiremcntg of the judges.' These ov |[excellent\ lemonade pitcher in gold j w.11 as William Arnold and Chare'siogtro j (lineaL Shiver for $100 to be temleied ert: lown the piizo for the "ino'tfbean: : weighed !!*. Ibs. and the next l largest
ersizcd: sweets arc good to look upon. and green lustre, and a half dozen I fbieid foimerly' of Kissimmee.. to him as full bctllemcnt fcc the I tiful j l>cy of girls. ," and it was 0"(' one, weighed R4r Ibs. and three
nnd butter plates in a (-()Iven- liuiton; Ames is alumni editor of cf
sure enough crowd optical delight
hut net as blue ribbon magnets, as amount he claims fur salary 'thers went over 5 Ibs.
tional pink and gold design. Mrs. (I the Florida Alligator, and assistant as gaml'wal'drn The junior class of the hi...' ,
they are (udp-el from the standpointof ) I I The clerk was in receipt of OjK'eola 'I read in your magazine a coup'e
of the for the school
Arthur Cooper has. other ex ImaiiHRcr hand school landed this honor and in addition !-
marketability. Irish' potatoes are among Utter from the1 governor's office ')f weeks ago where some: man was
lie i iH also member of the i 111
there in goodly array and rice. A hibits a pretty set of ten cups in for- year, a stating' that 111Shiver's convniss'on; to affording the populace the opportuni'v akincr a big talk about having
I single entry of mollasis grass an get-me-nots and gold and Mrs S. B. .student committee fiom the agricultural which-, HS game Walden expire-d on the third to lookIt them tht-y charmel aur''t' two basH on one cast with a
experimental crop native to Brazil Aultman a three-piece tea set in or-.I college in the campaign day of January of this it with, their vo'cen.' The car wu. 'lug bait. This fisherman will haveto
blossoms. Mrs. II. W. Boice'w i i. now under way to raise money fora year. driven bv !Mao Winn who
calls forth the query as to spoiling.Tlio anjip was accompanied go and come again. Last spring
county farm has an exhibit of dresser! set' in gold yellow, and black. new building' for the social and rvhifiouH I lusceitain, The county clerk was instructed. to bv Mi>di!' River. JiniTiic vhile Mr. W. E. Sanderson our leading -
cured meats, cassava. Napier grass j I I is attracting very favorable comment, / activities at the university. < all/ the the condition of the bondsof Squires.. fJlaHvs; Griffin. Edith) Mc jeweler here, and the writer were
the as is also an attractive tea set in The campaign committee for the trustees of the various Lean Helen Wilcox )Delia Ledbetle'-
and corn in addition to poultry ( ut on a trip I the writer twice caught
and strawberry entries. Adjoiningare black and rose by Mrs. Celeste Fripp. htate--wilc drive for these funds. iiunder i county fuqds and submit' them to the Mary Sanderson and Alberta Brun- ..... .>! .. CI".tIt" a plug ba't. inside -
twenty-eight different species. bf Mrs. Kate Aultman exhibits a very the chairmanship of William i attorney for the board for his'' ap lion.I of fifteen minutes. Mr. Sandersonon

vegetable, bordered by gigantic collards !- attractive vase in gold and lustres, J. Bryan._ _' _ I proval. __ ___,_ __ I I Miss Nettie Newton drew the -fte t"nt. not tbe outdone
and Mrs. John Pugh has a nice display award for the best decorated Ford
and lonesome rhubarb. caught two five-pound black bass at
Luscious large strawberries of of a half dozen plates in a conventional PATRIOTIC MEETING i FIST LYCEUM HUM- .accompanied by Miss Inn May FrickIIP. -ne rast. I'
varying Shades greet the eye. Small l design done in green and The oldest "Henry"" ;in the narade 'Our fishing here is a little bit
delicious berries vie with fourtwn- gold. One of the several pieces entered I drew the award to its driver, M. Co* slow at the present but all ii>dic..tons
cappcrs for the visitor's compl'ments; by Mrs. H. S. Geiger which is SUNDAY BY MASONS j B-R: NEXT WEDNESDAY re" and fii:&'lv The s-'ck r.f fiou ire that fishing will open tin a.rain in
while a few strawberry plant, one proving of interest is a lemonade: which WHS oflVred for the "horrie' February, and we should make some
hearing a sign! setting\ forth the (.H.t pitcher in lustre.When --- loikirc Ford" bi-cnme the pose Ine catches. If you or any of your
that 91 berries or blossoms are born. it is recalled that all of tha: Masonic Lodge To Present Woman's Club Series Starts s'on of S. R. ChHpman. "('CITY'D'1 ni"" ople, nhould find it convenient' to
on the one plant, are entered to tell work of the twenty'one exhibitors in With Elccta bv the fir-t, RPcr'n.l. th'rd' foict be down here in !March or Apr'l we
*ieir own story. the art denartment is done by local Americanization TopicAt H'int Concert fifth. f -- -.-- people in the county, the artistic talent Baptist Church j Company At High 'School lcs. the' visiting c ,'Ur"n, all th" p"rt.' "
HOME DEMONSTRATION cf the community becomes more kids in the worH. and Home othi- The article gees on to stat- hat
I than appreciated. The china section .Tii, -t how m",," the..e w"'"e c'ut'lu't- Mic smallest fish in the strinr we'gh-' '
DEPARTMENT Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at The Electa Hunt Concert Co-npiny :
.shows the finished'product, all\ done have<4'een' determined, without one o 'd and half. As mentionedin
a pound a
The club work of the home JQIn<)fI- local'v" from the undecorated piece the Fi'St Baptist church house! Orange first of the Lyceum series to be presented those mirroiconic. duji'!'eers the doc the the nicturevni
considerable Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. & A. this winter b" the W m-n' opening\ paragranh
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tration exhibit iii attracting of china through the burning and t"rs us-o to count tli blood cornusclosbut of fish. There also
notice to the work of the gll'l,,' painting and i is a very worthy ex M., will hold a patriotic meeti"r' I Club will appear ct the hierh school TORt cv"rvhodv th-t'n-h1 thee eired a string the physioP.'nomie' of PD-the

clubs under the direction of Miss Al- hibit. along the lines cf Americanizationwhich "uaitorium on next Wednesday night, wrro r"o'o than thit. Mr. C'inpmin Ishcrmen. mentioned and in yew' of
bina Smith. homo demonstrationagent. Picture Section have been under consideration I January 24. in n burnt of crntorv at the di'"tiho- he fact that the fishery-en are th"ewn
An interesting display is a Eleven exhibitors showed their by the lodge durinothe past year. Mis3 Electa Hunt soprano( h'ts an of Co mercc l"nC"l"on. donated thesee' : number, the last part of lie tory
bed room, wherein i in. exhibited the work in the section devoted to watercolors The meeting will be open to the unusual dramatic soprano' voice, rich of ContT the Ind'es; of that 0" !in illuminating.. It says: "Mr. Lip"er -
work of one of the girls in the .sewing/ oils, and pastel 'work. A distinct public and everyone is invited to at- 1 in.quality and of big range ard power. ea"izution, who prepare the lunch, is shown in the centre of the n'c-'
tend. Rev. J. A. Sutton will be the I She first made enviable -
an
club Here in addition to bed reputation
<< a novelty in this section is the eons. 'nre. He remarks toot Messrs. Mil-
room set this girl shows a wardrobeof display of Miss Orpla) V. Ellis, showing principal speaker. The meeting will I about Boston and later wa avery i CC.. Jo-Han rot; the priz f-..- the ''''r and Buckels' are the two best
in time for those who attendto popular concert artist with the
dresses made{/ by her. The booth her creation of "fabriographic he over I b"s decovnted trii"k for his Cas'n"' 'rrsh wafer fishermen in the stats of
adjoining the bed room sets forth paintings very artistic reproductions enjoy the band: concert. Hunt famous has Bostonian Sextette. M'si 1( theater fi'>at. with orche'tra> arid Florida!I"
other phases of the work of Miss of \landscapes, done, from nature great ability' and charming! i 1 cnwho and his little daughter com- ----
Smith's club gifts. There is a table made from various fabrics such EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS personality.' i, plemennng the scenery. LADIES TO HELP B. Y. I>>. U.
of basketry entries where are shown as silk satin, crepe und georgette CONTINUE AT ST. CLOUD ,M'ss Is an Alice experienced Hunt pianist Chautauqua and reader and- Street Dancing : TO BUY IANO NEXT WEEK
example of reed and pine needlework Two landscapes are entered which I ,
Lvneuartist' with unusual Thursday night- -the' first of the
consisting chiefly of flower are made in this after the Rev. W. F. Sharpe announces that person- Th- Ladies Aid Society of the First
manners ptrpet carnivals nine-
"lU.v that her audiences began and at
captivates at
needle his evangelistic meetings in Saint Baptist church will give a musical
baskets, work baskets and artist had sketched the original from
careful made of
thirty count was
a
Cloud held und.r the joint auspices once. indliterary! next Friday
mats. creditable program
nature. It is a most entry,
the sides of
The cooked food section presentsan ana is highly appreciated.Two of the various churches of that city Press notices of the artists who crowd on two Darlington -isrht, January 26, at the Chapter
very : alt! the d"n'ehave -
to which Street
will this Inext rvonue. <
on
will continue through next week. appear program ( House at 8 o'clock. The proceeds
inviting anpearance with one display wreaths made from human
I
They are held evening at the W-dnesdav indicate that a rare treat been transf rred. Roy W lls will toward the piano fund for the
stand of jellies and marmalades, hair shown with the pictures by every go
are of the section!
is in' store for music lovers of Kis- mnnwRe': amusement
G. A. R. hall. Three times it has B. Y. P. U. Everyone is cordially invited -
lighted to effectively make the en- Mrs. M. E. Turner and Mrs. E. L. simmee. I of th> fair e't'mated' the total crow,'
looker's month water. Another standis WeHfall. been necessary to hold overflow.meetIngs -' to attend and to> assist in a
lit "ROO/; pconle, and a representative "
composed of honey, the result of Exhibitor to the art department so great has' been the interest HAROLD LLOYD (If The Garet'e at 2000. worthy object : JFreo refreshments '
AND .
the (;(rl.', Bee Clubs. Still another who are gettin-their share of praise shown. ::with colored lights strung dlair- will be served atbeIose: ( of the pro a
show the conned products an appetising ar. Miss MargaretKenthn, Mrs. J. MAE MURRAY NEXT WEEK nally crrss the 'street and the Kiss'nrre gram. 'w 1
(collection of fruits, vegetables M. Duncan, Mr.. Belle Medic, Mr. PERSONS' DOLLAR LIMITSTQRE' I I Conce't Hand hl..h on alt automoHle the Secretary
and pickle An Inclosed display B.- M. Hall, Mrs. G. L. Gross Mr*. CROWDED AGAIN Manager C. C. Jordan of the Casino -> : truck the perfect w..ather PARENT TEACHERS MEFTINrj
tase crystallized citrus peel prcd-: Edna F. Greens''smd.'Mesr! ;'l-I: | ,A.,. theater has arranged to have two ; fir donHnf" brought out a larger NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOONThe
8cU I la causing a great .deal'of very and, Basil Handltw) '*< ; ;" George Wr Persons found a large mivhtv good bills next week, each 1 I crowd than was exp.c ed the first
favorable comment. Here on' sees a A. T. "SnodBTass lsattrakting.costIderabl I crowd-awaiting him again this morning cont'nnlnv: for two davs. rUght ConfetM and ,balloon ,- squawk- regular January meeting of i
whole grapefrult.eryatalUled* ,*nd attention with his< exMb't at the opening of hi. newest .,'., On Monday and Tuesday t>e' at era and laus-hter! cr'ntribntsd: t> a the Pent Teache Asaoe'atkn will'c
filled with f ondent'and nut*.,' A beau.* of black7 cypress: artistic utilities'and I The large number.of additional te.kttI t-ettr"l:: will ba 'Mao Murray in:,. 1'0"1 ta; ff merry-mak'ng. 1M held ,at t"et, public .school at <4<
tiful platter of grapefruit products tutrni w,d''* scc* of han"needbrsss. ' I employed to'take' care of the people "Broadway Rose:'. with matin pyjiformances. 'J': .'T.n'ght' the" stt dancing wl| o'clocknextThorsdav afternoon, Jan-r.
Karnl.llf'tJ"witb Yatrl'.lz-d.' !l.vea. I. .' In the bLack display t' w.ho "ne', learned: to come th!re for and on Thursday and Friday ., take the )form of "Bube D nce." and .uary 25. A full attendancellh() is1'
,cwterclwwirV1" : aw'vthe'',who?*. 'gra.ift-r hl.! handiwork: is nicelyexhibited in bargains were all kept busy-from' the .. the laugh compellinsr.-HaroWLloyd thfi tucfier/' th'costume.-'the' better quested as att.Te"of great".importance .. ,'
frult'I'rvatzalH.ed"nd'' ( fl'lel 'with sn .elaborate and beautiful sewing 1: start.' 'Some' unusual,:yalues/are\be-/ .. will beTseen'' In one'of,, hl-be trf'will" it be appreciated.;: Roscoe Robe win b* brought up.' Y :" : tt

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- TWO T7F4? KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19,.1923 --- ,'- _

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..' DR. a Mrs. W. S. firaham 0Perfect \

THE NERVE. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASE SPECIALIST; S Siitlufnctlon. tlunrnnteldnp J

I successfully treat the following diseases SPECIAL" NOTICE-If unquestionable HAIlt WO1UC A I'I C1A'Y *

by the most scientific, advanced kill, earriest efforts, fidelity to obligations -, d "ala'aa
-methods, which are universally indorsed: and an established-reputation in <00 Phone 235 105 ParI'C.' ; 0-

Rheumatism' Bladder accomplishing results together with ( 'Nfa

I Sciatica; Affections, scientific equipment,- i wr .of experience .---- -

'tTri"AcT' r Uiaeaxee!trac
Stomach and Kidney !in the"selection! of 8 phyUcian: "W treat '. -

Troubles, Diseases or Men\ ytiu', come to see me, and investigate my CONTKAClOlT: ; AND J BUILDER r t
Blood Poison. I --
All Chronic and f advanced' system of treatment which. "in ,In \\.H.il.. Mrii\ 1 k ,.\' Stoi>''. Nls I I II
Blood Epilepsy and, SkinDisease 1 l.irfr'!. 'nntt DiseasesCatcrrh -, t .Ir}, t J universally indorsed. No ir.curoble cases I llil 1'1-h411r" Ith.\i \ "I'l.iMl.rln I I

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{ ,*. I In'AllFrrms, _: accepted!, no false promises made, no I xll: : 1111t'l.. ''l'Ju'J'r: ; '

Diseases glittering, impossible guarantees given.R'omm .
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I Calarrhnl' i\nd Other J I advertise what" I do--I do what" I aclver.i"C. 1 J. V. KUIHUB W J. STREP .tirar, V .1

P'ldcant! Discharges, w (li Charges re:.r'ma'-+! terms arro11'ftCatarrhal }
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Pilos.{ Fistula - --- i KRIBBS & STEEDI
Call
cil to suit patient's convenience. Produce Both )
(non-onl"ulivp" (No Knife) FLETCHER'L.today nnd investigate my advanced system I llrnga .." "'......Ior. _.c LaaI 1 t sfY, to

Hpcfl.il' ntlentlon Ivan to <--oiurn<' I Pnliirrhnl ..in l km rtlseico". Pile. .cured wtthnul l or statements to enter into my 11..,." 8H>lm t.our.
""_"rnll"JI._ announcements. -- ---

A VISIT WILL TELL Sick people who contemplate faking treatment cnn come to my offices for I'\jt' .1III-OS1'-/:: : fI. I' tlMJllUTT Why do Purina-fed hens

n personal interview and explanation of their condition. JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTO1Nli'S.57'LAY I lay more eggs right throughthe

DR. FLETCHER J... BROWN moult? It's because

Hours, 9 to 6 ; Sundays 10 to 1. Rooms 15-18 U. S. Trust Building Corner Laura and !Itrftc( : ,, : 10, 11 and 12: Ose-eola flank! they get more protein andit .
takes lots of it for feathers
Forsyth Sts. Entrance 25 Laura Street Jacksonville Fla.UNIVERSITY I I Uuilding.KISSIM.MCI : and eggs. Feathers run PURINA ,

:I:. ri.oiin.x'l : \ .\ I
,. as high as 90':;> nrotein. CHICKEN(
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TO HAVE TWO COMBINED !SPRATS IH.I'. FLORW.\PAKM: inns HAVEim '; 1-----------T.Irlti''nes'' 'ufliee \.;., r.Etta; all protein. Feed a &lanced CHOWDERFLORIDA -
TER TII.5N'l1EN: USED ALONEIrotttrs : ; riMK LIVESTOCK: !
I td.'nte. .113 ration -,-- ....
ROAD BUILDERS MEET -
I SHOW CHICACO: ; w
--- ( of cilmtoday. may a -i' a llnuis: K.-'i -Hi 1 12.00.; 1'W') LuJ''
: Enough Protein for ..
City And County Engineers And Combination! pniy for two of then fan fn'in' i bu\, 01 l F'Inrnlr-sort: to \ B.: : I '
DR. L. WILKERSON
Commissioners Aiked To Come most serious enemies, a sjirnyvliiih' | ('hllHgi' ,IM, I Ml-Klllli il- sinner Feathers and Eggs
'1'o (;Jamewville Next MonthA .haproved iffectnc and /ldvlntag"- llf !"' ,. |h M.\-%' .IJTIl tilt 111'111 lulls, Of tills i,II I mv'rr: '' '

ou, ill .many WII y''. '' .tat.I'hui' tli.-\ ntuifn-d; to tht'i' \\1 I'I I )Purina Chows keep the hens
roral l builders conference for "fI,,' ,\ I ', I"' 1 1\1: \ Ai'I-. -
PURINA
I'hiK is bordeaux-oil!: emulsion! It 1"11'1" < \ v rot, litti'r- to thinI'oiiii from robbing their flesh toget
county and city engineer and county made I bv, lonibinni reifulai' btii-. to.in' r-u lId told] '--- -- -- -
]I" } / papcis
1 ____ _ _ ___ the materials they need. HEN(HOW
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I interested J citizens, will lie held at I'nis, bcrdvaux controls. the di&enoccknown J ; yeo'" old, of Ilillsboiiiunh: county, --- - Get a shorter moult and pia rrM

the University of Florida ,.it Gainesville as scab and niflanoxi] and the 1.1.1,1'. I It"nud l ti; :\1 Mullen: IS of :Ma li l- 1 Auto License: ---I I IIiiiiiine more winter eggs. Askabout .-::'. ".

on February 8 !9 r, and 10, under, nl! controls scale insects, Spa-cialists. "nn < the auspices of the civil engmeeiing" of the Florida Experiment Station tijcf I from thtii It tlet! follow: Tax UeluriiH. or oilier ...rI -

department of the College of Engineering and the State Plant Hoard. I of Florida ,, "\\',. 1 rr'anc&i 1 Chicago at X:4.: :Sundav ; I fountantvoik.. More Eggs or

and the general ,extension di- declare that it is much butter than "WI'11 1111/:. '\''heir \\>' (rot ofT of the 1 IJiiom: l.i, Suite Hunk Building Money Back

'/ vision. the two used separately. I|, tiai?, I thought I would frt-ev.c toilriith. '

Professor P. L. Heed dead. of theovil They say that the main advantages but siftm got!: \\uimed up. I ___ ,!tSSIEj=._llLElNMAN! _

q engineering department who sue, ((1)) it spreads, more evenly, ((2)) ":umlny. nfternoon(- iiMtetl th'.' .
has been named by Dean J. It.( Ben- remains in suspension longer, ((3)() ad-,ili\i-' >t toll\ show and saw some .real I - -- - -- -- FEED

qII ton, of the College of Engineering:, as I't ren to the sprayed foliage better ati.ck." and they \\i-rf' not 'jiroilni-ks, I DR. R. J. DENNING STORES

,; IIa II IIII chairman of .the committee in charge ((4)) is less injurious to tender foliage 'I' it h.-! I DEM IS'I'

of local arrangements, I ways that than oil emulsion alone! (.*>) the oil :j "S: ;im'ay night: \\e ate upper' .1' I Over the Postoffice.
II III much benefit be derived from the '
may does not separate from the fmuls?ionin loin ol thiliugibt! ifstauiants m ( hiJ -
exchange of views on highway con- hard water as with of the oil J . have JF.'JCElottIlS: 9 10 12,30. lao: t. t 306
some I t// )'" I, struction and consequently it was decided ,i.emulsions, ((6)) the combined spry nd gravy, I didn't know j"ist how to I
to invite the engineers and other does not attack the metal pacts of Nit, hut I tluln't filltrer.1 -Office phone ISt
I interested in highways to get together the bord..auxlIon" doe. \1 I
sprayer as : "nd"ornill -a bout sr\<-n linn TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
for road builder's. conferee "
a I Hordeaux-oil emulsion. may bt I dial, fifty boy, and girls fiom nearly

cnce. 1 made at home easily find cheaply and:! I.\\1'\ state uthritl l t>n slut' mail i'' P. A. VANS AGNEW I
Highway exhibits furnished by the for this the directions 'floor i
purpose following | of the hotel nnd nfeelc iintil
b9r United States bureau of public roads. are offered by O. F. Kuierniid| ,,,1: "t., the city, I JI ATTOHNKTATLAWOKKICK8 I II Call Up No. 218TJVO.ONE.EIGHTI-
Florida slate road andmanufacturers ,
department
I- M. O'Byrne, of the aboxo-mention 'w'tdnesilay v i- visited the Chuiigo'iHoanl '
will be on display and id ml ol I'rutle heard interesting
furnish material for inspection and "Dissolve! bluestone in a Ixiricl at! talk t Ioy SiH-ritaiy" ; of AgrifullureW.ilisitid an j I I \Vinter Park Florida I II II' ( )

many interesting discussions during lie( rate of 1 pound to I gallon of I l.tre; \ I t the A 11"1 i'un Farm Ito 1

the throe day program, upon which uliter., To do this, tie the blut-stone in ,j ro'w; went through nil the dtpait. I -- -
appears the names of many prominent {- .'. cloth sack and suspend| near thi < nit ,'it' of :Marshal Field AT (Company. I :' -
highway engineers in the south elevat td
and the nation at large. "Slack the best t on train for ITItNKK: : M \UBl.i: R (; .\SITE a 1,
grade of rock Ism ;. : Waul ..
The question of sampling and testing e'.tainable' the .Montgomery AUTO O'T J: 7
in just light amount went uv t'i the thirteenth t"ry ind '' (. '
road materials and
of -- <-
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cpnRtruc-and of watt to slack it thoroughly adding down, story by story Hnl had Ira' : '
tion problems cost of MUNIMENTS8-
building mare water until i! the umoufct \It\u'v phase and other interesting
maintenance many ---- a
used .
equals in gallons the number of
: d.
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Mcnlguniery' Ward &
subjects will be discussed. A pounds of lime used. ,: ( furnished < ]la \1..1.: (rowiler, Agent\ Kissimrnee aaw.
IComp'inv
t short tour of a number of the representative "In I suppci fo OK <. '1 HE
i mixing( bordeaux remember to ent Ir,- DEAD
party."when
:
highways of varioiiH kinds aaa acaan a>-)wraaaa+y::'
1. mix the .
never concentrated solutions! ; 1
within reach, of Gainesville will be i, t-ame hack. I aaabout asi j CAN BE> BROUGHT
made. 1 togethci ; this ruins the bordeaux. 1 i, glad to see !I'lant (City us I Ilit" to sec LOOt<.J BATTERIES
"To mix IJO gallons of bordeaux of I I i C'hit-ago. BACK 70 LIFE

engineer William, and F. Major Cockc r.state A. Brown highway, of i lot'! theU50!water in formula the Put 22 stir gallon the, I|'I'H."I am urouJ of our county agent, I CITY REVIVED !
sprayer T. Kellejr. lie isdoill uoiulaiful
theI' !
V, I'," Orange county have endorsed .lilllllItoncVsolution CrWAN
da : thoroughly nnd add work the -is ISO
; conference because it should be of among farmers as K. W.
3 pallons' of it to the
water in the
Blacklock .
our Mate club agent"Don
great benefit to Florida engineers, it MEAT MARKET
sprayer straining carefully fts it "
Miley. er,
: not only because they may profit by
in added. Next put 22 gallons of I '
its 'of !ideas but thy, McMulIon' ; Wins Trip and SiholrBhip
by
an exchange ,
water" in a barrel and add to .it 3 gal OH !
l began doing club work when 10
V outside
opinions of noted engineers! i Ions of the bluestone solution
'very
"' director of the extension wars old. The first year, which was Fresh Mead
B. C. Riley and
division says, that the general slowly into the! diluted I lime SlluLion'1 last year Ivas in the fat barrow 'J \ ,
stirring or otherwise itviolently ,
agitating dub. I won a few prizes but not
division is in
extension co-operating .
while the mixture i is! being I what I had worked so< hard for--t thu.1'iee .j VegetablesPhone HERE is where the
this movement because every citizenin I I-iiade.. While the mixture is still being auto reviver lives. Here is the
sup to (hit given \b Armou
Florida is interested in the state's I ago y
- -, e road building problems, and i it( is oil stirred emulsion.add very slowly] : quartsof and ( innpaiiv \cry year But .this I shop where works the storage battery expert who
The
combined aoHi- :
that result of the conference din not discourage, me, fur, 1 cltmpbat ': 44 knows how to
hoped as a batteries
lion is bordeaux-oil emulsion. put your into
[ i action ain.
k this
tlf not only many valuable ideas'! I yea i in both tile' hreeilint; II a
may be gained, by all of our rood bordeaux-oil The two very important uses. nf I and fat baiiow clubs, hoping again J We can be of assistance to you if you'll let us. We
emulsion at
be present, I Ito win the trip to ('hi'uJ'o' or the I -
builders but much money may use to control citrus! scab and mtlanose ] .eight-months course ut the I'olleire of eK+OOlOO" aaa will test your battery.
the state. !
saved the tax o(
payers on fruit. To control scab. uonlv i
I Agriculture Gainevilkhot
h. I Iwoi '
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boideanx-oil emulsion before the both. M. TILLER
LEGION BETS WORLDWIDE i +spring growth begins. The time to s e
"We itriiveil; (
in Imago tin Suntlay I
RIGHTS TO 1 spray for melanosc is from ten to man ring. After t I.I'eakf".t'l'. i Real Estate . .
AMERICANISM. PICTURES : \teir.; j Agency
iwcnty days, after t:1I'! bloom pelxls I' .. =
A --- -- have dropped. to thi h.tork ,how'h"I'l' we" saw I I ...............................
The American Legion has! acquired Ifarmer's |Inll kinds of stark and It lot of faim r
9 exclusive distribution and exhibition ----- \ : ,. That night we went ti al u I II..dud I Really Bought and told, f II =.. = .2a5 ._

t! rights of the screen classic "The Man Wife Finds |hall w he e we bawd some good king- I 'House rented. :

Without a Country." according to an mjj ami pipe organ musie."Wednesday .
Taxes
r announcement from the office of ,Astonishing Relief we saw the most inn I paid and Titles verifi-

i Lemuel Bolles national adjutant of I noilHiit thing about the city. Went ed for non-residents. I

the Legion. The rights carry with "Kor. I lea Ionayears I had suffered (to the Field museum where we sanrtifirial w Fire. Life and Accident Insurance. I
: animals. and bii-.ls a ,..
them the ownership of the negative; with my btomuch.. I tried everything : repi-e- .
and ten copies of the filmall of which i I without relief, but after dose of j sentinjall, the bird: and animals one i I
are transferred to the Legion: by S. i,i i !Mayr's! wonderful Remedy one I knew 'I can think of. We saw old] relict oftle Indemnity Bonds.Woman's 1
II. of Chicago. The film is | t Roman people and most .... .. . ------- ---
Boynton ',, I had obtained what I had been look every &. .... 0.. ..eeaN -------
J valued at $60,000.Immediately ing for and 1 I took the full course of i 1 thing else. From the museum we w'; ** HW >fro*<"9frM 04 }?fi4tiQ 4aa '
after completing nor t went to the Board of tle-where, w.'
trt.tm,' It is
the''' nt. going on 4 years || SAm..n ;in the pit and l'. F. !'IIII'I'S
gotiations for the acquisition of buying sail
now and I have osier had r. J. )II. PII1PPS
any pains
fl fli flr 11 film Mr. Holies announced that the or bloating; since." It removes the i ing" futures. x
picture would be placed in distribution ;,italairhul mucus from the I intestinal ,i I I want to say here that my county PHIPPS BROTHERS'
| GARAGE
lacrent 'I !
through the American Legion/ 'tractv and allays the inflammation' deserves the credit for making:
Film Service in connection with the | which ': it possible for me to win this great: f f. GENERAL
causes practically all
stomach REPAIRS
trip. There were C.00,000; chit' and
ACCESSORIES
Legion's Americanism campaign,: liv.IIlId, niemtcr ExchangeInfant's
intestinal ailments include .
"We want this picture !shown' in I in theI'piteil,! States. in 19'22 and j 011. AND GASOLINE
appc-iiilicitis.
..One done will :
AnH'rI I img i cone i| now I l.-t ux horn in Madison : BATTERY: WORK
and hamlet in
every city, town vine,? 01 woney refunded I ut J. Z. Rob. I!' county L
t. ica," declared Mr. Bolles. "It will ;,>osun's, and iiiuicx'Hts I everywhere."HOKSK help to enroll this number for the LO'ATEU: IN: SPIER'S:
BUILDING
inspire a finer appreciation of our j -- - -- year, 123.Dlni..1! B. McMullen. and Children's HONE: 171
government arid of the country we j IN MOTION" NEW: KISSUUU f
HELP E. FLORIDA
THE
BEES 404
ALONG IN: ?+?44r 4444
are privileged to call our own. "Tin- FILM ANALYZES aa0a06844
; Clothes
Man Without a Country" is one ]photoplay | ---- MOVKMENTSjVou j j] WINTER made ,to order. Fan- :- -
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q't that carried a real message. It | have teen u horse walk! trat, "Win'tei is the time for Florida -- - ---. -'
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thrills to the core and brings 1t' audiences pace, gallop, run, and jump, but do {i hceKcepors to prepare for -a \ cy work done. -- -
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back a !second time." >ou know how he dues it ? You can flow the goo"honey
followHPrinl .
., it Mr. Bolles. announced that diitribu-: learn now from a now United States I eelonie should be o\'cr !' All I v

Lion of the picture in cities above, 45- I' Department of Agriculture motion I to determine the gone amount of carefully stores- Open 9 to 1 : / 2 to 5 pp.

000 population would be conducted by I I picture, "The Horse in Motion. in the !hive, for it 1 is that /
Mr. the learner This one-reel film, sponsored l the necessary Closed
Boynton owner, assisted by the bees have plentv of fool in orderto Thursday Afternoon
by Gene Harrison, formerly a bureau of Animal Industry is an analysis 'strengthen, up' by the time -
member of the staff of the American by means of a high-speed camera flowccs begin early
Legion Weekly, and Capt. C. Flaherty of all) the important gaits of horse Sterling of the blooming State Plant, !says Board Frank of Okeechobee Building

of Indianapolis who has been ac- The gaits lire first shewn at nor Florida in speaking of the bees and BUNG FOR SALE
tive in Legion circles. In cities under mal .speed followed by the retarded honey.If Opposite Post

45,000 pcoulation. the film will be action one-eight of naV-mal. The their ale not more than five Office
or
through the Legion film service. normal pictures were made sixteen to ten pounds! of .stores in the! hive the TEN BY TWELVE
Proceeds from the exhibition of tho the second but the slow. pictures were bees should be fed a thick FEET

film .will be divided with the local taken at the rate of 128 per second. :sitting of two parts of' syrup to cone<

posts I and will be used in aiding thedisabled Among the types of horses shown are of water. If colonies have sugar been well one TIN ROOF

rc ,ex-service men. the further- draft animals pacers, trotters hunters housed and fed in .the fall there will -
;' r a.Aatt ance of .Americanism work and other I runners and cavalry horses. I be no occasion for feeding in the: ---- CEILEDWIRED '
"of the .Legion. The technique of the jumps is demonstrated -
interests
rpringr. Professor Strtinr' advises.It NEID'S HEALING
BATHS -
t11 1 by Dandy Dude owned by may happen that will .
spring
Lowed7,000,000 open -
) General John J. who
Pcrshing was .
with
pcopla'. .the-forests each year, according present at the first showing of the up warm available.suddenly no natural .
s. 'irr pollen Thia
to the forest service United film in Chicago before the Horse Association may last several days warm and weather Recommended for Rheumatism and "9;. ;: .....
M during all kinds
State department of agriculture./ of America. The move. 1 this time of Skin Diseases and StODt-
TJie> national forests m nts of- brood-rearing will start up aglt Trouble,
are natural cen- cavalry horse are shown
rapidly. If there
1h is no pollen In the APPLY AT
three
"> II'If' of- .ummel"eeratlon, particu by troupe of United States Cavalry I
nhrea the
beea will be
hunting.around water
Also
iJarl; tor.the. mane of people' whose in a stirring charge on the parade in the barn and stables and mineral\ for drinking tI

vacation: must be inexpensive.fill ; ground at Fort Myer Virginia. coops for bran or chopped feod.chicken Con purposes. 301 MAIN STREETt .
"The 1101" in
'' Motion" will be cir -
It it : >i howthe'm.'t'naid'tho ien._ *a rotated through the Department ( Mquentll','1t ie i necessary such

'abe puahHr,/the thlna.ea-a' out, of thofinest. Agriculture's distribution system o timet'tprgive! artificial\ pollen. Trays CHAS. NEIl OwnerOrder I

!nhat" thejr',cant make brick- Copies may be bought by authorized containing few quarts (iof.rye or(pea ( I
out ot, Exchange. purchaser at the flour should'be' let out la sunny From II/ & ,
: r . ; .pie. cost of printing. r .l
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under
if ; ;.. ,--- coyer Jf possibie. _.. Phone J ZOS_ ?;Kls lmmee Florida

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a s to their methods; the writar saw
ISGEOLA. MAN WRITES a sickly half'Starved little lid of

probably fourteen shot in col od H5g. s uuutt .
for the sake of a small article of little SINGER
FRESH TURKEY NEWS :value which she was hoping to I,
sell to the newly-arrived sailors for

a trifle. Nothing of course could be Sewing Machine 'Ii'A
Radio Operator Now In TheN done regarding the matter, as our GOOD .

ear East Sends Some few men were strictly under military ,. Agency
rule and were allowed'ashore only on
News To Home Folks condition that should ,any Interference CIGARETTES 127 MAIN, ST., SEARS BLDG.

with their'ffule occur the neutrality
Constantinople, Turkey existing would immediately -A
December, 10, 1022.. disappear; it was further disconcert* *: All kinds of Sewing Machine! ,
Editor 't>f Tha Gazette,. ing to hear the Red,- as he' put away Repairs and Accessories.
,Kissfmmee, Florida. his pistol and pocketed the article! for 1O

Dear Sir Since you were DC kind as which he had taken -a life, easily re If .interested drop us a postcard -
to publish, some few years ago, a few mark with a smile to the onlookers,
and will call
at
of my letters written from France that "it was nothing; we should have we your

while 1 .was serving'\.with the army, been here, last winter." II GENUINE residence.
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'perhaps it may interest you or some Throughout the city which 1 Is of a "BULL" !
of your leaders to learn that I am size comparing favorably with Atlanta ,

now In the Near East with the Navy. we found the destitute class DURHAM W. H. BARNES k I
I am -serving ns radio operator aboard with one desire food; and the class I I .
an American: destroyer. which is at with. means also with 'one desire to TOBACCO MANAGER. A
Foot
present engaged in diplomatic and relief leave the terror-stricken country.We .
work in Turkish, Greek and Russian are confidentially told by several -I ....

waterll.Our of the latter class that It means inhabitants arc K..mali8tlCt and every ZT

ship starting from Constantinople instant death to attempt flight, that day sees: the streets filled with their -- -- -- -------_._-- ---- -- :: Comfort
.has visited alt pOt t of prominence all paths were guarded that the Reds parades with occasional street; fights .
in the refugee oiHtricta to the were BO completely in command of the and religious murders, "..generally of
Houth and north; visiting first Smyrna situation that they could think of no Armenians or Greeks. Through it. all\ Demonstrator from Chicago
which was still in flames and single instance for the past year, in the American! is lespected alike bv J
where many dead bodies were still which any one had been successfulin both elements and is treated with
ling uncarejj\ fcr in the'fie'.ds and on escaping or had retained all of his courtesy. Here we have the ojjforjtunity Coming to our Store ':
which rises above the city
possessions and income for any of seeing such sighti as the f -
toward the mountain ranges. -Mn. t.. length of time. They added that the I i Mosque of Saint Sophie another: of ty ,
of the outskirt sections of the city reason for this strict retention of the I I the original seven wond+ri; tin -x- WEDNESDAY THURSDAY',)
re-Ie"troyed, tho the central) -portion inhabitants_was to prevent any news Sultan's palace and sumateihci e;
and much of the residential: section of actual conditions from spreading, I the many ancient buildings) nod tow- : JANUARY 24 AND 25 _
on the hillside ant on the peninsula Since the writer is in a position ns I| ore of Staniboul and Pora and the foritificntions u.
__in .the. harbor* is intact exceptfor well BR moot, to ignore such censorship of the Dardenellos.id l the I -
the effects! of a few lIeattel.dfirell. t it is possible to tell thin', but bcJyc ''I Bosphproua. This man is specially trained by The Scholl Mfg. Co.
Vety few of its former inhabitants id the power of words to convey I wish I wore able to divulge rump I I'I in the method of extending foot comfort originatedby j

were remainingmost of the full "horror of the situation even of the information which ha on s sod 1, the eminent authority Dr. Wm. M.Scholl.l1nd will
whom had fled to Mitylenc Piraeus, I rafter the short season of experiencei ('I through/ me in my capacity of "iHio I ""ALL LOST"Many make a special Demonstration of
or other Ureik-goveriied cities offering i with the ravages of the Turks. I operator but thin is manifestly pro I 4
refuge in the vicinity, and Smyrna I.I The outstanding feature of it all is i Ihi\ited.\ I also acted ns a 1 French interpreter i i .
wax under the military g:,vernmtnt the comparative comfort of the Bcl- at BOeral minor cpnferonjceH ])sSC'oUSJ
of the Turkish nationalists. sheviki, troops who are, occupying the ,I with the Turkish Nationalists and a newspaper account
We next visited Mitylenc on the ix- territory no rigidly under their ,i found the Konialist authorities in every '
lansfj.of the same name, some, sixty thumb. Though the entire region I instnnoc frank us well as friendly of a burned dwelling re=; I .Rat(Comfort Appliances

miles to the north and slightly went docs not nffcrd many such facilities'I' \ ports "All lost and
of Smyrna where we engaged in aiding an are common property in the United inten-tions ( 1 only '
I We make effort call 1
invite to a special to duringhis
relations between the
diplomatic of
States and accepted a matter the J'ou
as very earnest I' to property knows
Asuricaufuun'ccl and the Turkish and I owner visit nn front him how thousands of people
course by their inhabitants, still] the : maintain, in their own words "Tul'i -
Greek authorities; in this connection j Reds. have all things of value and continually : key for the Turks; a refuge and an what this means. who havc-suffered from corns callouses bunions tired '
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trips were made to Dekili, on the take-by force, often with un- I j inviolable one, though the only one, aching feet fallen arches or cramped toes have been ,

mainland of Asia Minor and just ,a I t necessary bloodshed all which they :i I for the Mohammedan teligion.\ Insure' your furniture n< benefited by these remarkable inventions,for remember, :
across the channel from I
few miles
desire! wheiever they find it. Let me close\ with the assurance
do there is Dr. Scholl Foot Remedy
home. Be- Comfort Appliance
you your a or :
Mitylenc waa a city ofrefugees j
Mitylene. when orders called OH
We vtneglad that I will willingly supply any information
it bring consci v.ttively es du- :'I sure that you insure in for every foot trouble. .
1 away after a.week and our new within my capacity, andwith the Hartford Fire Insurance I l'j
timate.I thut there were a hol .mil. ties took us to Vurna or Barthn, the I mv best regard/ to all my for-I Company. Have a Pedo-graph Print made 4
lion in the city; homeless destitute piincipal !port of .Bulgaria. Here we :| mcr, but net forgotten friends. ; in I
and knowing not where" to turn except found conditions much better; in fact' Himniec and i-l ewlll"'p. i of your foot
for the aid of the hardly-adequate the and apparently 'I '
city was peaceful 1,0\ AI. I. I.ANK.U. I
With this devicepcrfeaed by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl a good ,
of which the Amerl- new ;
relief facilities
normal into cons'idrratioii 1)-I:
almost taking S. S. KANE (European Naval I **
foot obtainable.
clear of the tockinged U instantly
Gall this
print
can is the mot important having departments the different definition attached tachnicnt) i on agency '
each under the supervisionof to this word due to te\ periodsof ( :c'o' I' :M. New York City.; I It registers your foot measurements and Is a great help in selecting .
__ _ the shoe for foot. By its use correct shoe y
an expert, for child-fetdmg, transportation unrest through; which it has n proper type tour
medical aid communicationend 1 passed! ; neither: the Turkish nor Rus- FLOWERING I: u:.. nRI-: HOSTS CARSON FARMER: fitting Is simplified.Pedo i. '

numetouA other facilities.We Hian I icign of terror has ,set its mark j I IN WINTER: OF ISS" ( TS THAT Free
Foot Prints
then left Mitylene and engagedin hI'! ('. Our duties here were concerned ATTACK; CITRI'S BLOSSOMS: "The Insurance Man" -graph
visiting the many small town iilinobt entirely with communication"I -- - Coma in Anytime
the Asia Minor coast and transporting '1 A* the time for blooming of citrus j
along facilities between the Black Sea pcrtuand i'h..r It! ("rr Roheraos' llrtitc "torc
the refugees collected thereto 'trees I appionches. it is important that !
Greek towns where the American reliefheadquartersiu i the grower free his prove; of thrip- ::::!a Itr..I".'. K.." _...<-. .'1..
the different Conitantinople. Conditions were i I'I' I l i FRED: S. GILBERT:
protection was available. On this endurable among the population and harboring wl..ls. if he has not clone I
detail we visited among others, the I food not wholly or even unduly inae-I'HO' already. Such weeds are montlx I'-- '
of Chios Budrum Ephuvus |: those with ]huge/ }blossoms which arej'ttractive i ;
towns Iessabc) I to thiips. You are cordially invited to come and bring yoof-
(where we saw tire tempi of Diana Our next port was Trt-biaon'l.: in
one of the Seven W'Om\'r\ of the Anatolia and directly across the ]I The white h'ossomcd'! S punish friends."Te8ockbonQ.
) Che Sighujik, etc. W! Varna in it neidlcor. ,tu k-tight, so c World rII1!. i Black. Sea from ; reaching:
were bound for Adalia and Heirut, i i two days and nights of storm alto- '| |tilt' FIOVOS of the southrcn .pact oft --
hundred milts the stale, U one of the most impoitnt -
and had gone some different from the usual opjnjocean -
i gfthtr I winter hosts of lIlI .. Tli-s; often
ip.
southeast of the Island of Rhod before stcrm had to t he endured. Dur | ,
receiving, lv radio new ordersto I ling the second night in u wild; sea, n 'I(I grows alongthe banks of ditches an"
retuit to ConrtantinOplo. Th't i other out-of-the-way ,places not usually -
) humus voice in distic''t was plain: I'I
we did Stopping en route at Smyrnaand heard bv all hands. on the ship; it wee ached hv the cultivator." Such
conferring with officers stationed repeated several times but due to the places should be mown. .J. K. Watson n
there. Four days were.then spent in storm its direction or dUtancu could entomologist of the Florida Kx-
and rcceiv'npupplies : pct intent Xtaticn says that the blossoms a .;
Constantinople fueling\' not be ascertained. The ship was I:' tI ..
after which we were ordered stopped searchlights manned, and of this plant will harbor at
to Odessa, Russia{ in the Uk. the surface scanned! for aver an hourin '' many thrips as will orange blossoms rlalicftclaCEEfi.G''K' I /
rain,. Arriving at., Odessa/ after a directions! but the scurce of the and, if allowed to blossom all wlnt..r.will manufacture any size1 .
very stormy voyage on' the Black Sea, cried! could not be located even though breed innumerable thrip. to offaint '
we found the climate bitterly cold! they were heard after "Flopping the spread l to the citrus blossoms 'uIs'soon tombstone. Buy direct and ;,I "

in sharp contrast, to the temperateweather ship. Two hou'n were spent in vainly nn"they rppn. save agent's commission.
the south. Hero, at first been, }'hepresence of theseeelh in n-
to M. in ching for what must hav;
impression and bcfimactually entering .'in all! |reliability u boatload of ind's-, clove," I PtofexHor Watson adviVo1-, '' Write us a line. see Mas.ic ";
"always lends to a I hen> infetatiar'
the ,'itwall u pronpciousIctoking 'cruet! lefuxees or a fi'hinif-sntack far' sv
impiVHclve! city; but nftcrcloser ; front i its track, but the\ mi He-it still' )' <-l thiips Indeed I. I'vix-rienc.> dining: I ,
innporticit it was Keen 1h.it instead ii'umins a mysteiy.Tiel the last two oaso>i- lias shown (1111I1--1 LAKELAND MARBLE AND
t hc'ft.rec'tM it is ifolosg to spray fat i tin"ip>
prosperity I of The
ol its seeming >i/.cnd wax found in a state .great covering
1.n"I tlios we-ils irnl.un in ca. r
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with humanity of
wI"I"f' teeming tut moil, due to the large cambers
actually upon the verge of "tl\l"at ion. ti-fugc< ,. from the inttiioi of Ana to'I '- gu.s'e. Mowing thoS'CMNI|. I. a nnu'! GRANITE WORKS pacity and long years "
| cheaper l and moreffecti metluni of(
and once beautiful j. l l n n e
Most and of notable the larger buildings wi-io in I in (who'on"talllinqlo'were seeking and ;Athens tl"al1pur.ati..1to and the dealing with thiips than i* spiayinrDfsttovinir (, i I. \rKrtLUN: : Piopii." ___ of. service of Pee Gee Mastic ,4

ruins., I'eoplo of all} ages were on fi i ktIon incident tu their pie'WIlI'.- and l wo"dv'viii nut ni'i- ',-a'i'I'. I Lakeland Florida R TI La Paint are due to its -50% Zinc :,
loss than I prevent an infestation! of thiip-' Tin.* content '
half clcthed, ground in
the Linseed
the streets, tu-vds. Heie \vaseen immoirepiecipice '' I' I [ NT pure ;
ofttn invade in which l'\r\ i
half-ft, and many bare-foot in the from the brink of which over II )grove Oil and White Lead making it ,1
other, fortunate are IHIl'd| Hilt Ill.' !1'''' '' ,roc u'weeds j a .
biting cold while" more u huudre I Christians, *some throoypar Double
had )been so lucky as to find ago, were driven. to their deat'i \\ ith attiailivr blossom it ."'I i KISSIMMCE PIA'MBIXG: Pigment Paint. .1,
thtivfeet noure to result in hea :\ mfisti: ,
n few' rags in which to wrap without compunction to age or f'ex. 'ins 51t11R 6RA'!
obsoleteshoes. t IOU. Irestvey. tho i weeds |ill mittw.nter. Pee Gee Mastic Paint is
iKiu almost |
in of the by the Turks. This was known as the SHOPNothing guaranteed -
of course, so that lire in r.' tl1tiun < f tbiip to be
There were also !. Tit'liizond: Massaon-: will have bifoic. I Iblossoms absolutely pure !and
time to many of the more prosperous clasg.with I I Leaving Trebi und, w e spent over I I must give entirnsatisfaction. No betteror .
fur overcoats and enormous fur n week at Sdmsoun, also in ArmtnHn ; open Too Ilia: more economical paint la made Many
"The 1 adults will (1'r.
\Miiped (
< ''o'
lined boots who were looked upon IWII' the numbe- of refugees' awaiting price.
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but the ns toi n as the blossoms wilt, but the Small
with envy by the mass; number relief was enormous; binds>I of nov I Nothing Too .
of these were not at all to be errs hundred uilived daily over th' unfair winirli s young whatever cnnntit fly and IheVcan will |I . The cost of using Pee Gee Mastic !
en vogetntion --' -
compared with the th-Htitute. It wa famous Road to Uavdud from Siva i iI : Paint is small
also learned here that the relief workof I ami ether cities in the interior. The period find until of thrppI't h"hwin,,four!' grow wiek.Thfefoto i ut.-. I i iII All Work. (;Juaranteed value and apj>>>earance compared it adds with to your the s,
their only I *" '
America in practically ( mountainous country at well a< all ;
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hope and connotation us they are' doing loads were deeply coveted with snow, ': t lm it is impnitant t'int the'wnils To Be Satisfactory. "Them's a Pee Cee property.w- j
the | '' rut at least n month befoothe '\
excellent work especially in unl I most of the refugees in a FaJI.\ --- --- Paint PtvJuct for For every surface that needs protection
t'iti tiee-s I bloom.
maintenance of children, giving Preference di'npiilated state. Ship of Turkish us .1._ I J Every Purpose.:t against wear and weather use I t
to prphans. Freijyh, Uieik, and British flag wore I Corn is pro lurod 1 in ("\'l'I'Y state 15 Broadway : Telephone, 1l.'i I:; '
The American in practically any of engaged in carrying them t,> Constantinople in the Union production tonging} 1" i
those towns in the warsstricken East prepaiatory to further ev.ic round :30,000 bushels a year in Nt'I I
in u marked person; the American ualh n into (:red< and Armenian tcfjritory ads to over 450,000,000') () bushels in t 1
sailor, especially upon entering the while the American Relief AdI I| Iowa according to reports of the United I :\
town is immediately surrounded by ministration furnished rumps and sub i isidtunce States. department of agricultuie. : Rough i'i '
great crowds all eagerly praying fora i while awaiting transportn- | i, chapped hands ? l
ffw. cents; in this respect bashfulness tion and han and dignity are thrown to the very efficiently. There were MENTHOLATUM Paint Book ami,' i
winda. The few cents which they few permanent residents in the city, ,Ii, 'vlQr'alII" V"misheStalnEnamels \
entreat, at first hearing, sounds impressive end those chiefly Turks; here it was i BENNETT'S makes them smooth ---J',
since the rate of exchangeat that some two dozen members of the I ,
present in Odessa is eighteen million crew: of this ship outwitted the Tuiks and comfy. t

rubles to the dollar. The most. at the game of Foreign; Exchange.All I' SPECIALS OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY
touching plea, and also the one most funds on the persons of the crew .. ;:
often met is that of the pinched- were in form of one pound and ten - - .
faced mother holding a starving little shilling (half pound) English hank- ------ KISSimmee, Florida : ;I
child and significantly indicating notes. At" professional iifoncy-/ --- "
an empty milk-bottle; though they changers office they were reluctantly No moreQ44s f" ,
have not the words at their commandto exchanging one pcund notes for six Good Smoked Meat, I

make their mere articulations understood and one-half liras; at this time the official per pound . . . 20c s ts:_
their plea is neverthelessvery rate was nine liras to the pound .
coherent; the only pity is thatit but no other method could be foundof 24-pound sack Pillsbury -
JS so often met and the facilitiesfor obtaining Turkish money which is 4...__ .__ ., __ .. _ . ___ __ I
relieving it so scanty that it is all that Is accepted in the .. However . . . . 1.25 ...

hopeless t. relieve to any extent the the Turkish clerk male a big 15 Pounds good Irish '
eonditlon. Here one finds the American mistake of thinking a ten /shilling note I 4
sailor ready; he finds joy in giving was one of ten pounds giving sixty. Potatoes . . . .40c l Bruised i ?-.ease the Pllin! ..
\ and ever. ready to forego some an. five liras in exchange.; he did not notice : 1
tlcipated purchase in order to do his his mistake until he had lost the 10 Pounds Sugar. .sSe J pply Stuarts to sore spot it'increases

share. Gone to these people are the equivalent of two'thousand dollars. All Feeds Lori neglect it circulation: scatters congestion.
luxuries the utmost ..necessities would like much to be CheapWe /
and even :The writer very Stop that couch now with this reduces '4)
to'most of them, where a small able to commend these men upon their simple treatment ""t.b8ede oft swelling and inflammation
loaf of unpalatable black bread costs I i honesty in redeeming the mistake, but appreciate your the d.v loptn.nt of srioas*Umnts7 -Ihtpaln disappears "
two million rubles and twice that facts do not allow of It! It soottMs inflamed t_n- - .
amount for 'a small bottle of almosttransparjnit We returned to Constantinople today trade d.rtUwebtoo..nubardpeck.dpbLgm
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rnipc. The QoOsheviki just one month after leaving for arid breaks the cold. Sloads Liniment.rdl .:;: .
are in complete -control have laid the Black Sea, and find conditions not -- Now-stop that couch Its time --
waste to the country and have seized greatly changed. The- Christian pop f*-ask yeas druggist I for -< "A 5o '' .. ,"fr.--ktlls. .r Iiio : t

everything .of valuet fhey now,/patrol ulatlon are in the expectation. of being I _.6 Broadway, .KissimmeeV NG'S""lIqruJJ NsD.sc 't'i. 1"-/1'- / .....,-win"xNkyt!" ..\1.., '" .. :' '
the cities and -rlridlv prevent any forced ''to evacuate'at at short notice;. in 1 i I DP.r mttl v; ,
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one's escape: "from 'theirregime of fact some have' already been so 'I II .. -, rc ghlf6clalr. ,
terror, They hare no, compunction forced/' -The great. majority: of .th\, ., 'fl-r F
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that story'
"J'nJ K1KK1MMICIO: VAl.L.K'Vj.OAZMTTI'J.KISSJMMI tender!/ of thif b'ave :lit I I" here1ho I TheYoung
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l'I 'I VANH A( NI'lAl' ttorl': fix VAIjMMUN it could have final swept a 'a'RIHWH r Business
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Ml IIM HII'TKIN II %.1'I-:.. sinant, 'latiKiciiaciiiu 1 [ !k c ucuirdim -- rfl' 1 TURKISH VIRGINIA ,

( >IMOHIIV, Uliu.JLj'rtr' .. ,. .>.. ...h$2.1\\ dons J ;:ll' t(,/101 ,'kilt.In w'' u DURLEY -

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the north. I It reflects, in i> c1\d't.il} !I" ' :" ,|iu eta a\\ -bu' show h".-(' T'',"v "1'I li V" lifi 1 i hut > 1"to./ ( I..I 1 Ii( .
T i it "I 1 I'.t, \ of t'i' III'Kt Strawberry Crates

manner the resources of tie! c'mntv. 1.p'/''', viniin"; u li "ltSy jpsnet for K"mo left- -and there's a deficit. If "Knit It l"N'1'-unl:; ; .- hull of ih- i ijolf$ f'lub''.
of residents cf the
The public at H-'ire" has an interest iljj tl" 19\". A dn" in the sfc !s.in,. then j any the county huuHtt, which hat recently: hren 1'(1-
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.t I'I V.1/, cessions Is boinif pees"ned i. w'thiu'i ,"aver .(.r1.th\ (!' 1I+\1e"1ot..Looro) mjghtb;!' 'r"tnfty'! souvenirs of this freoTatr l lolf I '. **hil>.., KlHHimmci',, ,...' ,., tl-tf
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";co't,to the vt'sltor. and the pu'bl'(! II ./. thjjgjiitav'secure certincat\ s from tho'Scouts'.at1their LOST We

,. .!'contributed liberallv.Y"'It'"shews"niny EO IifCJlho! ; iEli''.T THOW.J '' ' booth on the cam'val tii, I': .j can ,, supply for quick shipment,

Such action will avoid the
'. of activities which did TIItN BUILD 1.11" grounds. ,roKT-.Jhu'k traveling hag between '
us we not ,J
necessity of nrkinor these win h Ire hl""I"""'" told 'Tuft on Itlxle HIXh Complete Strawberry Crates also

(know exist. It in distinctly worth contributed liberally to give si in"more. 1 I .tI. I..III"l \ "it ft'-t-nitiiii Kiiiilt-i, ". ,

,"JIo' Chjiuu'tcr .ussussiiih! lire amony th- .[ turn: I.. :in .'-..1.- iili| <-t. :all l ,lei'lv-I ':
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Th1VM)0OOD 1 )() acre ",, 'thin tliunatlorfiil'foresli 1 i'l.-.M hHiiini.i. Mlth It..It-. Iniinnni.
7 R-rhilrt Tuli-h' mill 1n 'hi\>n'R 'lIin-.ltffi..R! flee.> is ".
-AKricnltufH | ; or"'wide, >!','()'rI'fll,11j-| in-nh.-.uly picKTir. up-Ti."ir"ioJr. ,

have bm-n Inr ?r. It nii-rht have no pine' hut' I !M-piiiiiixly, can kr p nil: di--'ril>ution, embrace in pnrl th". .Miilil.' "tii.' U'-ltirn to \\ J 'KliiiorI I
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shown even more of the: ('''UIl. ....' r-- shut out. M.'itniMl: ta"rcs( of evrrv npep;<*M n' ___ i

Thiit ivhich s true :nf the c'ui-ac'e wild life kiv wn ti hove cxi'-'el I ;n I,1.IWr.-1'I"r ]! oiu-ces. Why dyes it not ? O) e vc 'i "i.. 1 l--ji trjiof fio b'l-ini'ss : ..
the 1"M ntm, nt"l 1 Un'te I St't'en, snvs ir.tti n KiiHKUtn N-uldlf CIIIM- 'Klm1 .1' I

jmportnnt reason'! was' on tfon-it f .1 --11.; It is u I'Ilct0t, 01 0111 II""r forit, Sl'-vict1., i Il'lltOll) StHt(.. 11 U1n.U'1 ""t linn, ,to, |II i "I' 'III IIII II. Clue of 1 II10| -
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the uncartaintv which ex( :"td l -it \the< 11- arc i-t t : "iirds' iin.l{ coil'1 i" eth1'" in' nt of agriculture." .41" I

Will; nl tile "treclf t"
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time when exhibits should havboci' r"iHOI.
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SII hinting ut the cominv d'lwnfiill of ,, Mlllll : IIINolli -' "'I' : .l> ] WANTED.

in pr('parntion. For u t'lti-1' it flk.d t'lis b that\ ( nte'rI.e: thei-; uiju-t "IEI''I'I". 1 ___ ________ .. Chase &

I .as if the Fair couH f not lx. h<-'l! 1 ecaus" .", 1 w-i'; .'ked; 1 innimnt 01 s h' Ill! based..1n (1'AN'1'I-1I-'I'I! : I lily x11111.1.111111.1| '/ln' Company
1 < li< ri liv Kl\tn th.'il; n i Hii'- : : :: : ; I II
TV' IHIIHIu.iKim, rli'-ap. for i ,anhllu 111
nrr I ,winr'e shiid, of tru'li.
i'f no niiitnble building. Infercat ( a Iii., I 1" Q "f 111' N1"lU-llolll\ IS 'if1li .
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": r"nles 0""f the c inpel[ tivi1 sy teni 1"IMMI, in, ,1119 I'iittl I '..'''I'a''v| : Mill h. _
!lapsed. The county agent : n 1 ,I., 'iii I :il II,.. ..fll.', ..f 111 I'l.mirinv, nlK --- -- -- -- SAN FOR I ) FLORIIA '
"nb, ,,'d put to it to maint'iin'thi-'r \ !' ;Il- liv a I1'xpunMIL1I'| | | |"ialllhn I \ ,
the home demonslr! ''tien aeont. and : i" ltniLy--- I Ip"-r11I' ,( l'I.'i.| I b. dII | .
ii- ..it i"'l ; i"j .1'( (<1 the c'reums'uncc"- I iii m frTlot:; k' A M, .'n<: s.tiini- |r.:.', -| or' four gold milk IOHH II.- ,

the county c'rniss'oie's! did "ntI' "n ..11| | ag'i"c''' them nml ther pet i nary 3rt]. A 11. 'IV'23. in nniIOfr Hiqu Hitnaltle, ,pa\ntint' low n, h.iluiii'- : '

give up. Finally the pl'l'sQnt loca- II"'A." ; The t acli'injs) of Kiw nil' H|"II"| of tnklnif ran ..r 'Us. mil. 1.-1.'h Jto inonthH.> .jr Ucaltv I nfol elm inatlmi|1.ui. ti\cn' I..J.I I -- '-.
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f iiln.yM. iU-Hlioii| nf H1'n111g :iuv in- n-- r
ton! wii ,hecu'cd. K'! itnin"-1 n r Is ;-'i, d K-tnry 11'' e all "<:n I1.t uniiist and liini'H' I --- - .
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a building, and a Ri-t of bnil'1'n< <*s l:!null Il-nl.-l' Run 1 1SI: , ',,1\' f.-H I I. ,
of thoughtful co-operation. The woildin !, I Ii, slrin-1 tin* I'ti'Hiilinl. of the Ci.ini 1'''') .. .
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'where county agricultural exhibits .. be made be.ter and I 1i. .-1t.rulr a deal I In i Hurh lunil' to i
I\VANTlstl--UIn 1 ,
never p.ont. with cur lit Hell imnlill'to .
be hold! and whore other I tl1111H.I, I nay' llUKlllI MH til ,It Will b1'11'e- line lun 'li-e.l TIIIUS' : J. 774. 'Xi' hompso n
n >'' gathering happier by strife and strife is tin "..tlV i to 1 iiiutt-il ., )11' lln.iiu-lHl fnl'-r- I 111 ANI I

of a public nature can be ac li st-born of compe'ition, a" we s il,\ IIIxt'| nf It"l ('1ml0un, 'ti> tutify mi ) Tl'ltKS" ( Hill lii'l 1 'l,I.l "oI'x |i'IIH'-M' I I4trIllugaulth .
x.tAl i Tile' I'" Mi-llliiK.( K;
|1" commodated. 1)l I 11 -< to.'ny. Competition nKiieiitific > I 'I.Iv1'rpool, ], Ohio I iltxXVANTIIll ; t ,
ill the I 'unlpauv, | the ina' ) b1)In
d'aruverev'' in cdue, itio;ial . , ---- --- --- Licensed funeral Director
-xxxA I ; n ilThN : l.aily .- ., Store and Chapel
or u-rit
nlul KnttvanliMl
11' .-( 't'dl. in nil the! liiif''i'r n"t vit'eiof ,ill.17th. dot ol' .T.inuury, A I IiI

few weeks alto an athletic association life, is t' be c')"nil-nil", I hu' this I 11:L .1 'Illllt In KIHHIIIIIIIIIll" ,1.1. W.it- -
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"lll\l-Nllult' thin onStewart
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Olfir ;
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Kls.MM.MKK: : fVTTI.i! : I'UMI'ANV.\ A 5'nc.r.., 5>mpof S.rvto.a Rindvrm
was formed in Kissimnn'o. kill 'I of competition, is (I pile; d 'Ifei" nt l'a'lk.I.II": i anil' \.iln.il.l. ,,. Hun'
My ('till. II. I lioniKan.IS. .. .
,l The organization! will be incorporate 1 I. 'lo'n\ Ir'e( lone tlr>t cai'ses' 111'11 t'bnt. '> I .ill AH ]ItH, Ht'ClIlllq' -|ilitiiallert 'fieWilt. ,, toil.iy J Avenue All Patron
,
) ." tbrir\ f"lown! t1," ,s-'m 1 o or . <<;-21 r \YatkitiH .mll1l101. liept' M Mrm Kitmimmer
and permanent athletic fie'ds well ultimately .. "plil.s. 'J't.1111 4-lt\ High Grade Ambulance Service at Call
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I'11vu14c! a"d btiniri, about. the mrelone
'" be secured, for the uo; of stnitrj'le of the 'U''I"f: the Kwx1I,1II, , ., N101Id..1111 19th l lart>> I "iii-III 24i! 1 r IIOo.I'S: : ; Ui-Hldenre. 78
/ ',.- .' MISCELLANEOUS!
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TII TIIK I; 'I'' H 1\,1. : H 1'1 JIoJ _
the hin-h school teams as well us I thi fitte't.\ TIll'1'1'1' 'itnl 'bettegospel> TI'! < M.--H 1 |: 1IUI< "< ,'11" I'ANY.y. .

p ba' hall f\r; *>rn. T>iisite must borcadilv ,is Ihnt: all men, lire e-it 111"' "> 11 ." Vlth\ : HKI'KIIY; N'lTIKIK'i! lliilIhi : A RAI'" r I/R: 111! :<;(,1I CltAl'lIS: ; lirlllK .
: iiiriuil: niretlnK nf. | hu 'ruel,... palm IP! ,IIIIIH eiuliti-i iii.tniliH. after u _
> ch"l'i-<' i in lfe and, full WPV n'nl c n
y .
"p
accessible in o- ler to p'ovid1 llll'K 1'"111111\'I111\| II. 'l.. I.I lilt I'i uftl pl.intlnK Plant/ n -uri-ai.-o I'tnl]
"'-I8'V eaiiu-ll' :et t t'1' ev 1)--i-e of ..,> ,.f lln, > Oiuiipnnv.linli. IH lh- "fHie I In- Inil.] ..ml.ill .. .. ..
for the III -epctr'od.l l. Th" 'sanle lhln'rcan I |p 11' Kt 'unlln.la 1 I ; ': ; ." : :''.' ), .w>--"M: >>;x..
llr ,utliiri'n\ nev., prove" :i .s-l: ,isf.'H; I"t'V of tin', l'i>mim'M| lnrriC'.vF. JnhnHtini fruit In' '''' tmrnt in f.ntith' : fiulllirlnnH r .x"e+c-ooH>oaoaaaro H ooa 'X--';'

be said, nbiit n silc$ for an if ''- II' 'n d. It ii'\" h-- ati 'U lov'r ,H .Uiirilt.. of Ktnl, 1 ti'iu'i'. I lnr da.it I""I lu-M inlc'.fi, \Ve Intriiiluciil 2 t
t'li, ,,iclnol..A M on hlihruorv Mill I thiH.. Into \Kloii.l.t] ,
I
ui-aprM amitliy l'
cultural exhibit. Why combine will. ( l.akland\ I arT :le .
not : : ':: 'lI'lI < ? r Tliliu*!.,. ," lit bit liikpJi ( hav liifn ""'INK well ten H'n-'

tho nI'rh rot orjfanirt a FlirAs : ill ;i I ud,1, ""., tI Inir \\ "I"1 tinK.. ,w..1 1 1i ROIIH other' ailaptiil, l 1 fruits alfn ,tie, i
)
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I I 'I'lic special' lvo-,1 ibti!, i'i, "f t'I" 1l i porIn: IHIMIIUMH of x-tid 1 roiTtpmv' lilin 1111 i I-IOH.' 1 I'LirUhcrrli-x.) llin< p i.. '1l hIs ,
..ociilion: ? Why not enter exbib: ts! :M Ibniirp" Tune of t I\I"t\-f"| 'I'' .nil, MTti, iillnf "'att: ,', H ,,IH 111 iv ('5,1111 iti-" Full ,Infi.i mat' 'Ion. n' i .- i tln- DININGROOM
7 71'I 7w Lars, tin- ling. \\otf. Ailnpdil I NuiHiiloH, , ,
in the O'lu'nl.i irnl Fiiir ; 1'unh. Pl.i
'I' .
; nlpn! in pi.i'i"-) th'ei" --(' M III i.f -M'li', "'' 'i iis
p .
inn, iinr.dli, ] : (1.11 .r .1 t ,IIlll.ll' ) A I II.lilL'3 rol -d' ,} t
ffiture jeiirs ? Whv -not ? I IHOOTur I 1111" of t the lir, t i" ,M s
1 1i i i",; \ i r. pet' m cr ,111" v.Hi\ > .,. ,. I It t* it \\' If \NKIN I SECOMl: : II! \Nll; 'rlnl'H; l lami Lnngh,, '.5,1111 I :1 : ; t.

i 1 : ; ; EHS: ( <.11 a j-ti>,i'v 'f i 'i1.i, 1 KM-,* n to", , ((1-21, Seeii-liiry' pulled The 1 "I'.isin/' 41-ir I'NDKK: NKW MANACEMKXTKof'm : .
a .
I I end thfro i'- on'y on' b't' i f .ijuoil, ,, n... ..stint 14IK ItIl1 \ -, -- ---
.t. I IIOUH: fur, ,I' 10', l !" IIn, I IInnr'
An Indnn is i fonnd teed in the is Inei, in" IfI I \iVit, i ie. "I'f i the 1 ;
8- -'-ur-i'i Hlil.-lit.: lul will Kill I eli'' .IIII'1VItO1)I Cray "nC'' ilottl/ I DminR' under
I nd'on F'nv county. The coroner I that the, sdo-t .rMi'i1 }betv ,." :M'lb f- hoim.::: will: wat.-i,, ; end: :} .Ilr,I and, !\IrR. Collado\ I 'the management of

4i f o save. "Prison |hn1r" Th"v b'I'y the "i'rre :tnd Ki'st", -. n-'l' 1 i 01 I I.con'n'etil" I.- i loo HuhtH fur," .out lift' final J'II..o, lIl1n.fii'iil| li.t, NII: ,| ,, f)t.: Out- eau lin had, i'1 the, V larger prepared cities.' to servo, meats\ oijnal to the best I

Indian Is t" t 1',- pod "f if Not n'lv-d.! 'if-rw'-1, -. t'' ,c'i' I 1

I'' -__. mi'ch! The Unvil C-,Inrii"n Mo"ni -'d I |1 Con is I1l1wl<':.-.. l.ak'-l-.r.d! St'l'I'r'rgrnm. NEWBY Y I INN N (cull HIC '''l that will tin Int. "i Inln:;; !' : : Our lIf'nu for next lIinlwr) will include Iey West(

l ,"> Police cMl I( ii S--i"t Fred S\Tne I I IT ( walk Road 1w In < lllnir 'I 11113. ron font -101. i I'! .;, ( rnwh'h. Pompano. Saltwater Trout and other hi h-rll1sl'food! not j
from. only I net en 1'IIIll>, u.-unlly found the
10 smaller
, N M. "e chase l sts J lr.O') miles. Sve"n't from school A fleiil l.iuralu. ,, ut i I': : cities.We ,

his n-an." The suspect awaits SWAN SONG( ; FOil oviuNMrN'r; : : '760. >lerillH other' lillllilliiK 1'Hsnl are also
: p"PIlI'l'd" 10 furnish Spllnis'h'.
.
L\ regular
1 trial. SKKHS.Snator Home For Those Away From Home I rpaHOiiuhU1.1'lr..B. .J, to tho best that c'an he hud in Dinners equal '.

I'}. l- On you imagine' American police Duncan I I'. F'p'pHpIv. .'- : TWO FINK new lillllKralon-ii./ f to luU> persons Tampa or YLor' City' for Parties .Up

chpsln alcohol b ndvi'td the rditnof; Tfio (Jre'tethat oxtrenu.-
otlegg
a woo r Iv well-built" an.I with hovi-tnl, earn,,
J500 mieT! Mnriier is mu'd-*r, in he ni'Hcinn'oq"' this wi'l' be tleInut A-t iC'.ivelv: Decorated I IlKluroi. that yon rto not and with You will find: our nininp: convenient place to talk

death l la a pistol or poison hooch'- year that th. rovernmr-n w 11nrnvi'e vaunt houBOH l.Hlll r"r..n I.- Itnftaonable bUlllt1ells matter, and{ form wofluqua over
:
1 I Excha nfce. small p""rk'+ nes' of v('""' "h'' ',' | Weekly Rates cash pnymcnt anil, 'halaitcomonthly "
-- paymi-nm Nelxuu"
Id-altv t
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_. and (flour ee-T; f.---, fr"e'd1 t'biitio-.i! I Company. Our !Motto: "NnlhlR, I. loo good for Kissimmee:. 1.

,' ,Th prediet'on' ivade a ye"ro/ and that he will bn t!ltd t hath Phone 221 f xcellent/: Meals r '

that;'within .fv" vyears cv -v impart.ant' Department of Agriculture forward I The following signs can be purchased : ,YLJ J

.rity'.in. .Florid, would ba under several' packages cf assorted! fI"ei at The Gazette office for lOc each r 1(

the :comm<..l')nnap'pr form, will from hi"; quota ai long as th'v may : '

haTe. to' be'i; wleed.' The tIme limit be available to any person .who may lures MalariaChills! Rooms For Rent; Furnished RoomsFor I'

was > too Jon/r/ drawn out: The period: be interested.Requesta "- I 6GG and Dengueor Light ; TresS '- Graystone Hdtelij

.15t 1fh ahould baye. thJ'ft8.1't/anLake-, ,/ should bn o add-essed to Fever l psssl! / For Hire; No Smoking For 1

land SUr-TeJefram.. Senator ,Fletcher,, at Wft.hinjrton. Bilious ever. Rent; For Sal. ,
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'THE KISSIMMEE TALLEY GAZETTE.. FRIDAY JANUARY 19, 192S .;;.. ,FIW

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.e ., . .. . . 4'e . + PROHIBITION COMMISSIONER "THE GOLDEN FLEECE,"., A NEW PERTAINING, '+TO. CHURCHES I list Aaron A, Smith in charge. "

LOCAL C' EXPECTS BETTER LUCK IN ,192! DEPARTMENT FILM ON. WOOL, 6:30: n. m.-Young ,People's meet. I
: WEATIIERREPORT < Presbyterian Church big at Revival Tent, near Lake House
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; Federal prohibition L "The Golden Fleece, a one-reil motion 7:30: m.-Revlval' -
director A. services at Ro
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PEN/N > Official Bulletin of daily tern- picture on phased of wool handling I viral i TP' ,
Allen Is advised that Federal prohibition .
Rev. W.; II. Dresch D. D. Pastor .
C perature and ,precipitations furnished -, 100 and marketing, has been released 2:30: ,
Commissioner R. A. hat p. -Tuesday. Women's W-
Haynea a -
c. by the Kisslmmce for distribution the United!'
Cooperative started on a tour of the Pacific coast t by : States 9:45: a. m.-.-Sunday school. Prof. ble study ** Mrs. L. B. Jordan's on '
U. 8. Weather C' of agriculture' This Him
J : Bureau states in furtherance df a cooperative department D. B. Shaver, superintendent. j Aderhold street.
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+ .,0 *
Station>> for the weew'"Indin& < j deals with the vicissitudes of a latter- 7:30 -
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'develop m.-Every in
program out of which .will 11:00 a. -rMorning, Worship p. even r except)
Sunday, January; 21 4:00 v Friday, January 12, .1923:: < field 1 day Jason, who finds in the propel'iradinjt' Monday. Iuterdnominatl .
p. m.. ,> more intensive operation of sell Sermon by the pastor. Theme: !l'oeil < | Revi.TO
U. of the wool he has to a
I forces, on a plane of highest possible of Tomorrow." Services at Revival Tent. Evangelist ) -
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Hate l\fnxMln. I solution for the in
t' Prep. << : problems arising: Aaron A.
and closer of 0:30 Christian Endeavor Smith in ;
efficiency
co-operation : m.- ,
j BAND CONCERT I Saturday, Jan 6 _71 47 .00 < hiM.. particular quest for the golden p. "Come." "Believe." ge'"WHY
... I Sunday Jan 7 70 65 <. all enforcement officials, feJeral, fleece. meeting. i J-Pray...

llrnadway. >llnnd> Stand !... Monday Jan 8---__77 53 .00.23 < j' state, county and municipal, as will*' \ I Realizing that cleanliness ar.d'care in 7:30p. nu-I vcniiiff worship. Songservice. WOOlRWWILSON. QUITS
Individuals.
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I ns .
0) Tuesday Jan 9_:..__80 59 .00 < j I handling\ : wool gives: him no advantage LAW
"Tho volunteered the Music the orchestra.
I support bv by I
KISS1MMKE CONCERT BAND C'VednesJay, Jan 10.78 44 .17 <00) under the old.system with the itinorI I, --
distiict United 7:30)
governors, attorneys, I p. Wednesday. Prayerand
Thursday, Jan 11..00 3I!> :.00 < I ant junk man as the wool buyer, this Bible The announced dissolution on January -
J..II.1 WOODBEC-K. Conductor I .> Friday, Jan 12- -09 41 .00 <00f States marshals, sheriffs, chiefs of Jason joins a wool growers' org.iniza- study. 1of the law turn of Wilson&
__,.. > I police, and various other states amftdvial 7:30 p. m.-Thursday. Choir prac Colby/ MitIT offices
r.. ----- Headings are mndu at 8:00: a. < tion and sells his'! wool on grade thus in Washington and
Children's hats in Lcghoins: and .> m. for the preceding twenty-four < I officials whcrn I have met :I getting a price commensurate w't'lI tice. Nexv loik, the film of which! former
Milan'--. Mia. J. I). Woodbeck. with "slui'lncr my recent persona' surveys Visitors will find a cordial welcometo Piesident
It *: hours. <- I I the high quality: of hia clip and I learning \Veo row Wilson is the sen
in caiious sections the home-like chuich.
--- ':' ALLISON T. FREnCH <. of coun- that a clean fleece in its rightful u ior and Bainbridge Colljy the junior

Uriiry: I.urning luia )purchased two'Is .) Co-opurativo Observer.rurnMicd << try prusagp- co-operation to an even {grade i iM the true "lfoj[!len fleece. At -- member, has been rather: hastily: taken -
funi Hoy Wells dn the OiUnl'i, I greater extent: than I had canon ItiiHicipatt' that
time his Old MI. mean !
the 1'.lWiIsai
SHTU MPightoi n intends
O (< + . (< : f) + (< (< .O (< I ,
1 1,;.11)) ut Iliicity limits. says Coiiimisaoner1183'nes :: : i iI to give!
Hidebound, who thinks thot\ cleanli- thif energies of his improving
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- who expects the same prrf Ktv.: .1. A. Sutton D. D., Pastor.f.4" I health
in 1 ; to political
weal nn-rateiial.
I !j'ne.-s: handling pc'sibly
and :\Ir : G. 11. Plato !
Mr. and Mini1'iaiifi1
Ol Flat for rent. W. nUniris ] for of e-o-opcitttion during his trip to -- to pohticnl,
linda that ceanl! vital
acl leadership. It is
I I'lut o have moved into thiirx ) I Gazette oflico. 14-tl tll(' pacific eonsl und the/ ! 1 a. in.-Sunday SJi'ol. Cur- now explained
I when wool I Is eld that this intention H
profitable 01 lIl't.unl not to
ImngnJovv on Hi end\\iiy..lura in dt'I1'Olll'tutitJlI.: of nicy eased uctlvi yon l-'iiinu/. "upeiiiitcn)
I U.I HIIIIOWS, diiAu to UnrtoxxI.i'sl ] [ in the. interest of l IlIw observance, 1 jrnide for nil alien.( Join late pnstor's class. !Motives\
ty of
l iUii Hull, of Loxxtll, Oliio, : 1'iiday. with Karl )Lehman! of thOrungi which !ictlectahioletiuIaa. public sea Thm. film includes l'ke.l.tUl'I':1! : \ I 11 :((10 a. in,,-Sennon l by tlu: piaot : delicacy" have had most
arrived in Kin-iniince lust ThuiHilnyi County Chamber cf (" 0111Im"c timcnt.i I of the tentative: wool grad at and&! tin, t tor, influence in the mini i of the former

i> 11'11.1 1 t l\\o months I in Klondu. I to attend txxo nu-etings ir The Il'I'l.'ntUI"t m cotiit derision. excellent pines of scent"illustinti iir (;:30:!\) i P. 1.1\-B. y. I'. Devotional I ) 'piesident xvill-knovui Many of the ins.-i in a
'the wool lecimmeii'Ip lawyei's
I u'e of the box general: practice
I whirh} Mr. i
uililieKM-d moelinc
a \ xveu' hy I.I :
!If''"- II. M \Vi'K!J : Mrs. I II.) E. At. holding that ]IIJThibit.i'l1olulioll": by I the p.'Mme"it] : ol niMicultuie! I I fi'' mid possibly\ Un niaiority of the cases -
I, -hm.in.) Ia ::0 .
I ha'IsnI 7 t)
at n.-SI'I'11I01 the
They by
< Rtoppc: ivir : pistr.7l0
t |p.
I.e.1 1 flal) pii-1ieil b'
may piOHC-cutc'l H to xxhith l} '
Dillon '
rtixd.( Mi" licifiIis.) J. T. I tying wool Ilainbildge ( 011.! I' would
I on I tin1) vxav home und toufviivt! : in. \Ynl'sday.) 1'iayer
both ntute and fLileinl nut lrites:: for )p.
and Julia l II. 1 Hall motcii-j! Oiljiulo Flectiira" "riinliiliuition be attinoted involve the United Statesgmernment .
: \vjlh) the (Jhambeof Commeice offi.e't1s I I 'l'htIl'kn I II nipting.: ,
,I'-\.," il.iy --- ---, i the PH'11' oldens", in consideiod" by from, the buveau.of ugri.u'tairnlOlaaaaaii and the action of officials -
'i TITrvpM'KINd!; I I I'lee, '<,'utllInol l a welcome( to
( omm'snioner I and nil I
-- --- ... H.tynes: en {'(' : 1 ,'. it may |laO bonuwt i I f.o>,n who xxeie befoii appointees. AH
Mi und Mrs I I'. L. Wilson I foi'ci')nc lit offl.ials us 11 si-nil vie I' !otvinpoi! a v. cli as>! those who bp-
I. ptHntsif : I; :MlI.I.1IuYIh !: the ''eputnieiit of uji I'-tilUiti'I to I luif i must be ti if I (bef01 ju'iges, many of
1 l'a .
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("oui tv Agent" I .'"<> I II. WiJ.n. cL'l,'.' I. _ __ I tiiv, il Ixiiur m ii lii a 'eel i onfori.nf i ; ill .1" |""i'mils n c ipn, 's in.i:.- bt. bii :ighi ; I lt'rt.A :' ', whom I'iesbltntVilsun appointed.!
'i tJ.o: .
d' of nnd foi, the
,ti Hi mine )'( 'I'I"I.U\| xiHiting, I hoi ,- iii \\-L-t slyli in S ,thai' a',," t'..ith S oil h n I II I nf Hi a1:1: 'htel.nl! I 1)).i, i.t D -a of pi int, mrs' : i I Rible TI",' foues t that xx' n'd n.i'' e fm great
funInvi" !'. r ,,'idme-Ml.' whii>''i dix'|"ll
i uuflty; -tiaxx'i fur -"ilx' piinif!( xxi-.ii >ni'ni i. < nioiu-v sutcii-s m fudl|) ? ptactite
; :"lid 1 \li.1 abs v1!I.W \0"> i I..t TIU' I llalShop. aI'| Iksl'llll'.X' '. I Id '>t tll, \xiMlf, t Ii.- : ""., { KS.UtNS| I- OKA would be foi n. t t.ii }-estiii'jr: it laiaptiit -
1""' li.im! <'I t '!Iii,' ; dlild'n. .- ; I I" V', I ll> II hi' f ..ill I Ul! I Illlle'lit : Melbctiist t Church jail ,
Mi1.1( 1)S i ()'Ihl'! k. 3lOOH' \ l I\'l'/ \ 'TEI\lEI.II! : ) ( .1m"\ \ i-us: I II C) ix-hii.ii : [i.." \Vilsin, \\ :julil"' never
.' .it ( .1'i mo 1 H..lh.! ) ::1"'J'"' > Is tlI i "" .. xxi'l'! KIXIim( tin \lnr;; 11 |p">>isbi) | .x it.Id!.

..- .- \\ ( ) \\ OO1)OOIl'( ) : \\OOD) 1 i-:
"I mil, .loliii I llnMiii) of Mull') . > ".hiii' il \\ ith'U., ::n.1 1 on: ,ol! i I"; lal-. ., ida h." III I l.i.o I Dm sud in i ,e Pit'B'deiil, T. ft. wl e-i ho contei.ty :;plateditliiriiing

A'I':1., his. iuMMil% ) fir, "his rig.-/ : I'b"ur, Oldl'll, fll X 4H'I, I Itllc'1 .'. XM''') d"l t'-e'i' \ nut t in jt- enln t' "lell.1: (.MOUIllI, 'i.,' I"\!l II i--',. ::0(). (;i .,\.I..r- 7 ':4111< .' ir 1'i.'n, Siiiiiise PIU.MI to thu liar, was confronted

I i a- v" ml! i' vi.it ami 1 i i. ,1 ,(11111 lo<-''aiil ;M./ -i'tine; in Itutlfulon. bv like" toniiitiotis.' unpleaijiit,, even

1-1'11111 Urn I I llmicJan I <-.: 1;, _'.null!, I.lo.,1\ : : : | .MfIDM ( .> jf' .. f.Mls] me'c-oi', r. '. !>"l"i f : ; school. L.
I I it a. | a tita.' louit I tl I" \V ila) t.iiln'r of luleiV ; It in.-' Sunday 1. itxoltmg to a man who had a keen
a sxiinil.,. i-rariiiin i il fullt >'.ird! ; ,' iish'ii, .Iiaist'e; i the lun I best, lelijiiII 11\) ..I.t. ... I "
l" -nt sufficiently in : --0- is fm Wilt l'l' i sui'L-iiiitemlonl! icnse of the 'leties. The positional
propi
!K l. MniniH'i nf \\iiMliintrttiii, ..
t lo-iiuh; tI5: : 1 -imli) fort J i.l"i: .
lot $ ( :!
''i fei'olal' Inaaltlr.iIi ; () pIli, iVIl of I llu- fl.'t, ) "1 Mifm ('men1'ennuis 1 f \ '.U tanuul4eL' : now land, si 'oil a 11 I ;"un a. in.-Pit? tithing h)' tile !I'""- :: Vale offeicd him ease with dignity.
) ( 'in a I'c'rtor iirin
) All 'I
( ; x\Intel's ,'
CMnii i 11J",1. ii'ixv .
1 Tut ."a1111,1 \\filnt1-- | | 11.(') laity ill tll\III'! /pros 'c'li i |jtot \\beie irtloiK ha\e not bi-i toi) I II i It is hard to avoid the thought that
.pi-iii ; .111"1".1. I'hoPf 111 ; ;011> UI'II.'I11'.- I tiun iitr.int: t tli-I "ffl'nd"I'i and th<". ft-d, /girwn for /fixe 01 six jeais. 'Ihis" I;i..n::', ;1"- "m. -: liiot- I.I'uJtue dovolioni the United States ought ta provide
ul I the !\c.il hy I IMP. .
:.y .1.I : lit I ItlIIA"lt !
r.o ,
un al full,, ituthmitx" tin a Ihl' 'j"k ol ili- t I i .
I ii- limit'hi'Xe' lna.a-i-it < I
:\i 11'1: l ,-. I n.) I. 'l.. onth( u ho.mi1 i '' .; : lirilt: I KIKNDS) : ) I ] >. t lu- nani" c.fttnsv/ uniler !''to sjo,'.lists: of the ('ollix1 of AjfiJliultiire I I 7::*a''- future tf its cx-PiesidentH In all our a

> pi' 'I' I In. :.11 a ixiin KI il)1nw., ti". : il'i" nation il p: ohihitlon art, I'nneiMtj', of Fin iahi.I ,' ttti hi..t..v not, (lie of them han. been a

.. I I' m, to.'nlll'l'"lIk M ,i mi*, t i \isit \\'<. \a ia-h: ti) ihiinlc I tin 111'n\! liu.n,1 I In"tll1""n"' s,.nt mil bx .\ttiiiillalitfluilx ( ;.\" '! W.ilcrnKlon, l.iml shoulil I be liio.nloiistid 7 :;;Ul I p- m'-\Vii'iu!'a -Mla> :Mulxxekpi.ijei money make, untl few have been

Mund) Mi I I <. HtIW. iINT1ic \xlin li..ixe a"-isl; t.d| us i h :-i ni.m" ''I;< 'ata all I ) ) ' to fidtuil. "ittoi anal dint'.huirowid, \' (twi mithitk.1 -1 i x u'e. money savers. All have been withoutthe

v \\ 'ix-f:: iluiint(; iiu- \P.I--I Ti. ... \\Hik-* fill' ,,' \s. t I.i .'",.h nil .pi-ndini.. > rusts soil ( WtiUs; befon. ,I.iaatiiig' tniu. :: .:;0 .nd,) 7.li:;: p. ni. -Pi iil.iy. Teach gtnius for investment that accuimilated -

< S lij'i'i I Siul'ig i M.u'lim1 I (
puny hii < cstablislu' I MM agency III tlild <, < fiiiblina, I';\ C. It ha. lu 'M xti". XX a ill.I I OI'Mlll-SH' lrt<4- I llaXIK'rlulKX'C'S I wati i' and plant fun ', and 'penults tin 7ol: !. in ---.1', ;1zt-' Chon. piact'ti enoegh to be genei'ous in such mat-

> :v '.1.ii > l ui'ilmr'! on Alain stri-u, ilei.pl\ aimrifluti-I. t \Vt- xxisj li> eIM -' '| aid ,iniilel, iallin KMiiiiiig jinnl n\\ iOnte i foi'nation 1 ol a KO ,al 1 ,to it s\"Mim. I '. ; teis and shotild have national leasonw

AithV, I II I It.inuH, MS manoirei.II ''. "i :nllv llvink l 1. Urin-uii f.- )hi1" ln-1 \ n ftlll.illl) nflniiliui,
I hi I n ill i-' \xllili lie )has n-iuli-it' 1 In U" 1: ta I nt i i"lilt .-. l ..If. tin held and appl( ( fioni, 4011( ( : Christian Church thief ('xl"cutivl.'s-Hrooklyn Eagle."A .

Mfli it! formerly. "f. Kmmni- : Mr. anil ;MIK/ .1. ;:\1. K nise.H |. I K-pOllSC' III till -.(' HIS IIHtlOllIj .' i i to .iiOO; ) poulul'f( feitili/ei to. the I Iuett. I -- -

mot. )litit t wlio hn [IK-I n )locate) in : Unit",1tal., :; .,.. "tI'IO'Y, ,. c'pinalU .. woikinjr it into the soil aiouiul' : 10( :00) .1. in Sutiduv school. C. K :I mosquito is L- great screen attoi -.

.1''al'l"I1\II1o' for ain,- time, IIIIH re Vt II TilE i : K\K: HI-I"S(; in npplx'nii| the 'puil'.nk'' pi,..i\innn" I I he plaits whole the 'sied will b.I Vovxell. Rupel inl'nIIPIlt. ', and he always gets by" snickers

turned i Idli \\ \ill\\ Uj.11'1) )h.,,' Iit- hvnilquart&'rs I I IN '1 in l E: \\ I IN i r E:HI h.i. 1"1'1) lU-c'lilcul and xxlt'i' *iuh 0ai.e. .- I I |il.intoil. Ihis moans that the feitiliwi'l I I 11 :
lair<', . i' hitiOli. niaikfii "I aides ill c''>n.stiuc-I /"I' I !bt imorpoiatod into the s:ul I ;::: p. m.-Christian Endea".1 P\e often stopped| to wonderAt
-- I Hy :Moses l'.Io'nIt ) h ,lixt. ,enfoi, onu-nt me- ceitani ." ( '(tIlt- | ii ml 1 thut tht-io will be I less. dangei of Subjett: "Kxaintelixtic fate's peculiar ways;
I I..it Anadui.xxus ,
Co'nntl! ,(;ifingc tier, of I that
in Kfximmte j duung the we k.! \\ i"I'udoll"t I'liumsiaiiM\ hut the I I m''Kiun1'' 1 lax ncs says. "1 ho 'pad- I iiijiiiy to the seed fiom, the "III1 -'i it' ileantitiol! Abroad." Leader: (.Cath-I For neatly all our famous men
terinincil bcirinof
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visiting hi1mothfi" Mrs. (ii-orge TI olllilially !Iruk' pioxision, is pl'tI\ log Liar mosl lId ili of the fortili.eiIt 1-I 1 '.tie I Denning. Were born on holidays.
ninlC the \t-ar hhoulil lit t tinfirst c-.Tc-rtixe: xxt'iipciii) <' I'.i(\'(' in I i' '111 I I tut I is a ire n.h! idea to follow' t the Ilih.pbtiitni 70 i ) I'. ,Wednesday.) ; Prayer -- --- f
I Latncr .111t! hm xistcrH, !Miss Almeni I
,
I It % odd tn
of Jaii alar- st-t : is ia-gii
L"itn"' and MI I .I'. C. Kd wardsFmiid" I ting th,' i'legH.1 triiflu-( in liifuci. anttopoit" }; with ore 01 two o'.beis.about meeting. Interesting und inspirational In the past in years the United
a. I Uw111' ill ninl, wintei', i' ,' .lIy ah;
I Il : "pI from 1'\ 1'1'.t( ion f' tintmintix a week I intciNoning; b twoen, services.Visitors States department) of agriculture has

l ''' rf !Mi ". Paul Sta.ili-v; will. t Ilii ie i- 11,1 hinK "I I 111l' lva\ens i cr oil in-'ie.itc.! (Hint. it I M l>cni1: / in (two planl ings. 'Ihis is aiKii-Kil, he craruhIyinvitml.. 'been conducting experiments in which

be plvased to know" I Unit -li" M I "..illl'i (lit' cirt'i' to iv.'irl.; t'Ml ui flusolstc H i ntuia" I x.ikfd'm\ I"MIcase \t h,'re thecir. I I ifUhf fn.sl i, li.Xble!' to kill th" fnsl. I I :'t! I,000 guinl'a' pigs were used. As a

brought (to her ,homi-" I nl.iy f"11I' tl'". I point ti a teikm I from. "> i must, ""in'c-s \\/111:11'1.. , \\iih iim-1 Tint: planting t.:11t'Xpl..te'Hy.: A second 01I sr JOHN'S) (ri'isc'opAL CHURCH) icsult of this work it has been found

Orlando! h./li:1I1./ ,'otiMdt'iul'K mi I hud I 1'01'0'1(1":"|" a" opi \n to tlt'-\ctlo-i.. i I If) hag 1t.-IIIl". I: t tin I id i planting iiiigbl ..".'ap" the frost . _-_ !,that inbi'ceding weakens the animalsin

.rox'edMifco!. IIn.1) HI |pu'1 "hl'nlly '.ijrinpr! \ elf \ntni ->- lie Preslalilts, i-onleleii nf }lovc'liors I I 1111.1 nine up to "rud IICt. a HOD pi.u'tiiiilH respects and that by crossing
) It\\t: 15 Rectoi. many
I and l.vil \t t Ih. 0>: KluiuiatN. > Ajies,
I n.a : "mote '
t'k.1 I t.1 ilisea-o.' ,'nlul"eeiiunt uixle as lailv as I ho first planting I i the inbieil, families there ia a rap14 -
11"glint Joni-phine 1'l'II Oil\ in th,' >uilubt 4 'nit' I the c.inn'ui i till sci I inn of t he EitIatoth : i umlit hai.j '. improvement ionic of the impiovoments -
School and, at'eoi ilingly, most of the nient- I 1 10.00( : ) ) a. m..-Sunday School.
teacher of oiutury in Emerson: '. .iiic'iidmrt) WHS mout 1 < tIt| <>: j :\lclun fH.i nt era should, cjnsult thiiirriuntv being at the maximum in
of Exprrxaion was a guext of Mist nl nations bejnn their )'t"\I' at than tune niiilosuItd I m a prcigiam foi I! ) agents so I lint tontiol meas' 1 1I I 1 11 ::00 a. nt.-Moiiiing Piuyer, and the first generation. The crossbred

Almrna I.eltner. in KiNSimnu'e last lumnal .equinox, as tinJews: niso d ,1| I the pll'-I'1Jt, yesr" hart ing in ninid tlu u.1t, for di"- t-ii-,'s mid! inst-ets niaji seinion "bx' the rector. animals resulting were even better

week at hei honnat "\:! \1'1'1l1a IIH I to (then civil juai t thou-, > theiroikhiHHtical i ni it, 'd i ffurt.- of nil cnfoui'inen1 offici.ilx i I be taken at the piopt-r' I time, and! thaineighbt'is 7:0::: p: m. -Exening. l'a nyer, and than the random-bred families thatI

street.Homemade. < )'l'ur'th, ,' dated fron ., fedi-rdl and state The ;cn'- m..v tombme to buy hupl "oinion/ I by the ret,tor.7"O I \ (>1'1' used as checks on the inbred
-- the venial equinox.. All the nncien' 11 and Mil I co-opji-ativt.ly I :: t I'. Wetlnesdaj.! Litany
"1'nois. ncroiilmir, )t tr> a atentrpni. )issued l> ( produce I families.
piej served every dll y, northern: nations of Euiopx* tom- i"'I'H diatvly aftei indicate I "npiepoiidtranec1 !Mcney can be saved; | in this way. : und 1'rajt-rn. -- .4

and Sunday\ ( too, at Mr*. IuPont'gCafein ) n'encecl the year with the winter ailKtice of opinion that, ni: .

the heart of Ki", immee. and so did the early (Jiczk: '* and pprnc-Kt appeal fo( evercnce fcr the BIRDS OFTEN VALUABLE AID I :- Christ's Church: .I

0-2U Romans; the Greeks to ,the however subsequently sol. law and a cordial support of law onforcenunt' : FIGHTING'I\SECT: PESTS. 1 "- , ,'.. a. ( Pentecostal: ) I (

chunked summer ". I by the would! coin . Corner jruck nnJ Oait Streets' ?
Glen Roue left Klasimmee Tuesday press Nose
slice, and tho Romans, under a military Hit'(In help: : keep down many insect' stopped up
bine 1fk r. in cine theol'sL conditions re-: .
for Detroit where he'was ,call below .. .. ;
night "
mentioned
exigency, to be '. I pests even when they are not sufficiently I II : -
ed by tclcfrram announcing the Rtr- adopted in the year 153 B. C., an ported I numerous to exterminate them Walter Ix>renzSundav IMENTHOLATUMI
"The th'nsr needed ut this t'ni
ions Illness of his wife who has been thereafter markedfor one I School) Superintendent.
oiilinance which over a Im'!,!(' area of infestation, und
vlsitmif her parents in I that city for I thftn and still minks fir U5, an in the testing! of the ability of thienat ,- thenaie many instant wheie the .quick/ clears it.
make .I
ifoverninciit tc an <'iifoii'e -
several muntnH. nitificial time for the New Year.In saving of a crop uppc-nrs to be entirelv 10.00 ii. m Sunday school. International .
UK lawi i t that the -
that there a serious ngemieiicsponxihle 1 When the Mor- lesson. Classes for all
I I year wan I theoik of buds.' ages
!MiaHionary bt
Tho for the nforeeiiient
1adea.oJthePrvslyteritil tohe dominion of Rom., c \\'Oll tho Ui.olori,111 41:01)) Pleaching. .
Wednesday revolt against of'lnxx' j eniigiatud to Utah stays : a. in. Evange
nerved luncheon patriot To "fiiemls
Society within 'the so-culled Spanish provinie (coiiiagc-oiis of the United! States \ I
noon in the band tent nt the nail) ordci and! nf Anieiitan fun'lairentals Suivev .
--- -- --- --
The Lusitamanx, ancestors of of in u-
'dcpiutment agiicultuie, a
carnival grounds next to the exhibit: KIIYK Commissioner I llaync"If ';.
and the Bet- of wholeI .
instances
the present rortuircse 'cent compilation F ,
other thiiiftH they atail the" fuend.s of the laxx-
building. t' occupy
Aminir tones, a tribe of Central Spain, mak- I buds I have (been beneficial the Rhol.t'winlC'cI '
Horved Rom mijthty line strltwlwrI"// IIIR lomnlon cauc: tORythei, defeatedtwo I lhc' mxrtal positions in enfoic'(-nit-nt I ginnsbopper, commonly known
cliortruke.Regular. Ihl' cain I..' no question in ( lit CASINO THEATRE end
marched atHill ' soon ( - Thursday Friday
)Romun GoveinoiH, us the: black, or Mormon cricket ,
-- I mind of iifl the people as to its cn'ombilitx' -
the and pillaged\ und .de\ouicd the Fluids!
meals and short ordei at over pcnniMi'n i ciimo xiops.
in the neijthlioi hood of tile Horn- of wheat promiMiig us possible ill -- '-' .. .-- _. -- - - .- -
even us :
Mrs. PuI'unt'H Cafe---in the henrt of I \:1': thitfincri t .
been t
"I hll lonir persuaded! -- --- - -
KiMalimmee. 6.2t.: nil i.uiitul. in SJlllin.| now Cartagena. ag.iinsl laiiri viol.itoi.nc" hut I I the nioining would be ns bate as 1mUII's \
--- The Romans, at home took thesei hand at night.; H.-l
-erxsinull ilcltrunl. fot eo-". sn xx 0
William King of Orlando, IK another I i vents sn !seriously as to ret-o've 01: x h luexxoiu-s found The xcrond year they came: again I Grandma's Boy"Special

one of the ( )raine', ronuty m,-" sending' a consul to Spain, a "tel'| sriiiow or'ir.ll1ti"n( itinpIII in I the Unite! 1StiUs I hut iirovnlont jolly, 11 miiuculouslj a LLOYDin

to buy a homesite in-Kitll ; c'oiii-t. on ciimmal information -- --- ----- -- ---
has just purchased cue of the lots in more than foilv years; anil in I vast flocks of Califoima white gulls --- ----- -

I the trait at the city limits on the iiiler to hasten the dipaitiire. of the I and xxe sluill' I continue tins piogiiimduiing Duddenly uppeareil and tlest loved the

Dixie highway: which Roy Wtlls i II' military they even decreed that the. I the esent )'NU'. W- are nat: I euckets "I'lIdi"lttingth..m for the

Kuhdividmif. .onsul for tho year Should enter office only I evoking "permits of the guilty' time, being The remainder of the A Comedy

-- two months and a half hefo-f) the hut arc* alici ii'fiiKJng to ICIKMICpei( ciop on which the Moimons had to
kidak finishing at Minick's nl- i mits to I)<'' "onll who have vii latc-d. the
Expert consuls
legal time. The .weie lely for food the next season was
Rcxall Orujc) Store. 0-tf ways elected in the f..lll. at the ilosef provisions* of thou permits ami tint-I saved. Since that time these birds Feature:..If You Don'tLaugh
the- doxxn of
has icsulteel in
--- o the military year, hut the day for closing have been held sacred in Utah. A
Mrs. Pearl Bruce has been feeding: their entering upon office had long about fiftj 1ll'1I1'.I'r, plantiii i' '(','lit monument rotnmcmoiating their valuenble -

cuke/ to people during the week ut. >een the 15th of March, near the vcral months. aid stands in Snlt Lake City.
Stout ami Kngland'a and at the Independent > equinox, the time \vhen militaryampuiRiis "Then rt' tw'nh'-foul' !St tUtl' nut I Stay at Home

: Grocery. Each day two ,' were wont to begin ; 1m of ( he forty-eight" the Unite I vi\v: FRIKIIT: KATK ox r ,

nicks of Valier'a Dainty Flour web t' at this time.' and for this rtacon the States xxhu-h arc' medic-mall\ >' dry! and' I PER1ILIZER PKOUA1H.E) _
'
given away. (We know ('aul'e wo won day for their lIt 'I'injf upon office of 'rxiinntely l.V,000 Jlh'siclln:: -

tine of 'em. ) I shifted from the fifteenth of 10,000 of them resultin these lI1e __ vas
di fctatc-s. Of the 1 )() ('omI Adults35c ;
:Warth to the first of January; and! dually > 110,000 ic the //ntC'I"I\'IL'\ Commcrie -
Rev E. II. Curtis and !MrH. (Curtis thus was accidcntallv eKtablishtil, ns mil ining 'between :'iS.OOO! ) and 400(10( misHion by Kxamm.c-1' Mcliiath in

and son, Stanley Curtis, spent a few i' were, the hejrmninjf of the year held pel'm It H to piesciibo liijuoi. \\ Ii iii- I docket: No. 13514 lilackshear Manu-

(''pys this week in Kissimmee at the which we .btill make use of at t.lw some diiei I ens hiio',, repotted! that ill factuiing Company: vs. Atlantic Coast

Newby Inn. Their son, Stanley ex- "re ent dav Julius (:C'u"'r lon 'nf.terward their ate less. than thirty physu-iaim! a Line Railroad ,'t al, the adopt on ofF ,
,e'tt to in Kissimmee indehidtelv. hold pc'iniitu ti pie-scribe.! It is nox) F scale of rates fertilizer betxvceiiCl.ick
stay leformed the calendar in very > on C'+C'+ ..o-O-O--:+:+) ""- ++#+**+O-O+C'+H-C'+++++4++++++++44+4+C'
Rev. Curtis iA state secretary: 8scntlal' but he did not disurb moic than-u yea,I' sinct the 1'I'III'd..dI'ffolts I hi-ar, Ce-oir-a! :: and Klouda st.i-

for the Near East Reluf. I the bpsrinninpof respects the year which ( hl'jZ'an' resti u-t I itcmil 'liquor\ t tions and I.et iVll points in Florida, ;J:

- intc ..hn mil'l vx'liuli coincidexxith the so-calli-.l I
ligitimiite "
tmamed for the Romans, und: : ForInsurance
!lUllS Fetnu Fansler, daughter of I hiout'h them lot all subsequent na- Finally Commismonei Hay I 'net--I "nO)' II'I' scale," of tales on feitllirei! ', j I: .

Mr. and Mri S. T. Fansler\ of lions in all ages, where the exigencies states that he is optimistically entering : I is advised Jln-i:\ i adopted: will 1 Irv-

simniee, is one of the people oaf> a Spinish revolt a century and -i into the duties of then w )-eat er the e-ailo'd luteup to a distance :
for the personnel of the new KiS'1 half before the Chpjitian era had with the evpectution that the lesultHiiceoinplishe .of 150 miles, and iiuTease the less j Service I

I lilt hotel at Orlando In the list hanced, to place it. I dm hag the: next twelve [than rmlo.'id I late- for. the same dmUmcv -

nounced last week her name appear -- -- -- _. .- - I months will I l hI' ivin moic" emouiagmg I \ -

ns having been chosen for prnnlo office A Little Birdie' ToldII'! ; t to the fi'lends of husk and onlei E. 1). I 1I0tl'affle manasfe-i' of tl1\1 Phone 222LUPFERS'

secretary "Oh, Harold you can't come over than I those "f I tl" past yen I hiu<' Kxchanife Supply Comuny) III I Nit -

ii mil'( see me nny more." been. the hearing in Atlanta last Apiil, and I j :!: :c:
.
Among the notables who w.reover "Why, how so, dearet ?" - -- iro his i opinion the I lepoit indicates the -

locking Osceola county's IK"; j.ruUulal "I 1 rnu'-t stop billing and coning; The vv-Denton/ Pout No. 1 IflH< of : l piobubli"I d ist-o lit I n ii a ni-c of any qUit) U.

exhibit yesterday, frrm out I I'm frettinir terribly pigeon-toed." the Aiiit-riran I.egi'n: at (*otter, Ar- r titv I i.itis on ferlili/e'i' )' piexioinly a tx. I INSURANCE AGENCY i i.g.
kansas. elt'l'tl'ojIi"! W. Temple, for- in and establishfllPnt -
"I, town, were S. B. Owen, credit man -- - -- inline: I'louda the
for the Tampn Association of Credit I George E. Poitei Jr., is authprity ninny u iviirmc1 dm ing ..tht. xvur, its :.r of cnrlond anil I le-ss oarh
Men: Jerry Caiter hotel commissioner for' the statement that the Perry Ice adjutant. She has the* elmtinc inn of.: .

of Florida and S. S. Griffin. representative I Company has a mule thnt belongs to hl"inJOpl'l'haplt the Only woman adjutant :: Purchasers of fei lilf/ei ill I. ..iIlhlln - -- -

from Orange county. the union and positively refuses to of a post comprising men in I [ cailots, may obtain the benefitof
work after (five-thirty in the evening. he[ American Legion. The post has the new rate soali 'by combiningwith -"-' -- ---- .

R.J.. W. Austin pastor of the Mr. Porter says that it is impossibleto stalled a membershipOlive, at the !I associations and communities in' .

First Methodist church of Manatee, get the mulo to pull after that hour -nd! of whiih the losei will furnish !' making; up carlots.. This will mean a

and Rev. K. llollister of the churchof md as soon as he hears the five-thirty in evtning'aentcitainment. ,, considerable saving in freight costs. We Hop the same denomination in Palmetto toll, which is quitting time for ice -- i I The "Royster scale" fertilizer: rateshave .

off in Kfssimmee Saturday wagons, the mule positively. refuses A lieep Shaft"Ynu I been in effect in nearly all Q -
stopped
minute. Anyone that haven't had any time an'l i it The Fair., .
to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Over. to work another Ray you southern states for some >0 t
street. returning to their mowing of the existence of a mule gold filling In your teeth; well, there haiti been.generally understood that 03 t-
They were
homes from the Methodist laymen's union will confer a favor on Mr. Porter was some gold flakes on, my drill the time was not far distant when '

conference at Jacksonville. Rev that he may get in touch with the hen.: said the dentist working on they; would be adopted for Florida, al-' MID-STATE DECORATORS .

Austin Is ,bTOtJ. of ,Mr.. Ov- president of the organization. Until Ed: Purdy.. "How do you account lea] 10. Hence: the report in this case, N - ;*" . .. ,
a er-I1-law,! HolHsteY!' is a that time he lays it I is useless to try that?" net: "suTprtntngSealdsweet Chrtfni*" reNewbyInxt.: .... ...w: { '1fI----''; J '4'
erstteet and Rev ;. ; 11'
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five- went l. through .f ,, ,
that mule to move after "It must bo you brotbe. of another brother-in-law of to get Her- neck into Jackcofla button," r-r- n A.! Jr' 11.01:", 't. 'i, ...'.... f _ r __. t' 'I>a
u thirty each day--Taylor County my my :
-well omo- relation ta/J. ,. ,. garbled !:d, :Subscribe for.The" :ValUy:* aid .
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(, I VOLUME 1 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, JANUARY 19, 1923 NUMBER 1

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Editor -.T_______ ___Fred; Lupfer WHO'S WHO I4 >HUGH CI1OOL SOCIETIES Special
Assistant Editor____Alberta; .Brunaon I Ninth Grade-"The Freshie' 'very At the beginning of the school year
green but good nat u.r.f'd." all pupils are given' their choiceas
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THE I i President Jeanette Griffin; vVjce- to which society they wish to join,
HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTE president, Christine May; :-secretary "The Henry W. Grady Debating


The High School'Gazette will be Elam.avid Brunson; treasurer, Evelyn I Club"These but they two or must"Lanier societies join Literary meet one 'of alternate Society the two.," +++ + .0.++.00+ .+.....H+0'000--:<.:-:' O N i...-..,.. -- -- -- -.."......'..-..............................'....-..".....-"--..-,.-.-".-...-- -v-.........;...!.
published each week in The Kissim- Tenth Grade-"The Sophs-know on
mee Valley iGatette. It will tell of everything, but what they ought to Fridays' and have very interesting:, a.i
the happenings and events which occur know. well as instructive, programs. _
at school Osceola High School President, Mary Kritz; vice pr si- Henry W. Grady Debating Club
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had a paper of its own four years dent Eleanor Rosen; secretary and President, Arthur Simpson; vice-
ago, but since then the public has had treasurer, Mary Louise Snodgrasf. president Fred Lupfer; secretary and VICTROLAS'
ro way of keeping up with us, unless!'! Eleventh Grade- Juniors "Let treasurer, Delia Ledbetter; sergeant-
they visited us, ;which very few do. the Juniors do it." at-arms, Leonard Herrick; critic, Mrs.
We have been putting n few note President, Margaret Sijfler; vice-: Makinson.The .
in the paper some weeks" but this president Madc! Rivers; secretary, purpose of this club is to give

was not satisfactory When The Gazette Robert Buckelfl; treasurer, Fred LuI ,,- good:The clean Lanier debates on live subject. S :""X ""* .x.----.:.<_:.....:-:-:-: ......-...:- .;-:...-..:..>-: .'-}-.....:--:.(.. -.:-:..:-:.
offered space -ach week for a fir. -- Literary Society
high school l paper we were pleated''I Twelfth Grade-Seniors--"Don't we President, Ettamay Suhl; vice-
with the offer and accepted it. The I',,feel I important." president Gladys Griffin; secretary,
I High! School will endeavor to make l'residimt-IAwle Campbell; vice- Nellie Woodall; critic Miss Shockley. .
P success of this paper, and if at anytime president, Kttamay Suhl; secretary I Program Committee
anyone wishes!'! to put> new. in it rind l treasurer/ Margaret Brunson. Johnnie Bronson chairman; Jeans We are overstocked on Victrolas. . and: are. offeringthe_ ,
we shall lie Clad to have it handed to ---- ette Griffin Eleanor Overstreet,
one of the staff.-F. G, L.. ATHLETICS : Janet Graves. following well known Victrola models at special prices
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--- i The purpose of this club is to study
,JiatketballTonight Tonlghl' i poets and authors, and to cultivate a
THE SPIRIT OK THE SCHOOL at 8 o'clock the Summerlin | good taste for music art, and read listed below during the remainder of January -

The co-operative spirit of Osceola Institute Iwys' fait basketball team, ing. - 'r-

high School cannot 1>questioned.. In from Hivrtow, will meet the Osceoln) : j,i "NEYS
L looking bock over the history cf our high School boys on the local court. The High School meet in "hap..1e'f'ry
school that the Last Kibsimmee and Bartow
find MK year
we
really here and theLasketball mcrniiiff r.t nine o'clock for opening VICTKOLAS $225.00; () Sale Price .S190.00( ()
things and worth-while(' things( Attempted tilayed' a good game !, exercises. Every Monday NO. XIV-Regular:;: price ;
morning
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by O. II. S. have always been 1 : fans n ay prepare to see i, the entire school
I accoiliin assembles in the cash :200.00 on payments.
successes.; Clean sports and good another good l (game tonight auditorium for devotional\ exercises, I { or
sportsmanship' is fostered in our ath { to the way the team has barnpracticing having selection from pupils

letics. Past' history athletics! shows thuHeard: week. nf the music and expression depart / Sale Price :
SI50.00() 125.00
us not always the victors, but regardless j -- ments. Last Monday morning VICTROLAS NO. XI-Regular price ;
we
of defeat, good losers. We have' On The Field ,, were entertained j1y.a| reading given : ; ()
established Rat reputation and hope I j' 1-'ooll.all-"lIit '('111 low."" by) JackTyrec.. and also a piano: solo {cash or $135.00 on payments.

to retain it so long as our school)I' HII"'hall-"Hnp it out. I, by Margaret Branson.Dr. .

bigger stands. success Osceola of High the: Senior School" carnival made n J'I I Track lIaHk..thaJI-"lIey-"Hun, boy, shoot run." i I, Joseph 'R<)emcr. chairman of VICTROLAS NO. VI-Regular price $; ).OO ; Sale Price $25.00 cash, --

this year than ever In-fore: not only Athletic Association Commission of Acer''diled Schools, at or 30.00: on payments.
in a financial way', hut from it we resident Lewis Campbell; vice- j the University of Florida in a letter -
a learned that the spirit of co-operation president, Arthur Simpson: secretaryand written to the school, informed Pro-
means that a battle is half won. treasurer: F. S. Ledbtter.. fisscrShaver that Osceola HighSchnol VICTROLAS NO. IV Sale Price
Thp Athletic Council takes care of ) had been retained on the accredited -Regular price $25.00 ; 20.00 cash
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Today we have anoth -r opportunity' the financial business of the uSKat' a- lint of schools, and further. or $22.50. on payments.You .
tion.The that evtrv department In the school
to demonstrate our splendid school members of the Athletic Coun-J j walt splendid
spirit and our pride in the school. !cit aiIxwifl: Campbell, Arthur

We have entered contestants in the Simpson, I'.. S. exbetter) Gordon I.list week the entre! sch-rl was

the county fair which sports to win some of Bullock, Arthur Bullock, Fred Lup- delightfully entertained bv Miss Pe- will probably never be able to

Some prizes of the athletic are events being and offered.other fer, Mary Kritz, Milton Graham, and nick. teacher of oratory in E-"tr80n:
Katherine School
McKay. of Miss
Orotory. Penick
sports in which entered are I eaveseveral
we are :
1. 100 yard dash for boys. I I (;irIH' Basketball Tram so much readings that we, would which have we liked enjoyed to secure Victrolas at this price again

2. 100 yard dash for girls. :Manager, Mary Kritz; (captain, Edith have had her entertain us all the
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;P. Flag Rush.
McLean. j morning:, but "duty before pleasure"is
4.
Wheelbarrow raceb. Boys' Ba k.tbuil Tram '
I the motto of
Brick our school so we had
race
:'fsl1Pyrr and acting/ captain: : Gor- to go to our classes. We hope that ,
d) Sack taco, ', --- --- ,
Jon) Rpllock. : she l will come back again I - -

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I II'I W. C.- T. U. ANNOUNCES BRYAN WILL I WI WR'SSTUDIO.KISSIMMEE .

PRIZES FOR ESSAYS STATE ASS-ISTI THAT KNIFE-LIKE PAIN I

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Prizes Offered' For Three Essays To Accepts Chairmanship Of Committee U Only One of Nature' Warnings of FLORIDA
Be Written By High School And I To Raise Funds: Chances Are Weak or Disordered Kidney .
Eighth Grade Pupils "16 to 1" He'll Raise 'Km I ---
1! Have you a lame back, achinaw.y II II

'' The local W.C.U. has this week William] the chairmanship Jennings fifyan of the has stats accepted and night? Do you feel sharp painsafter .
announced the subjects and prizes stooping? Are the kidneys
committee to raise $250,000 for a newstudent's .
? Is their action
for the essay contest to bo conducted sore irregular? UseDoan'
./ activities building at the Pills the medicine _
1 under the Department of Scientific Kidney -
University cf) Florida. As members -
j I recommended bv Kissimmee
\ Temperance Instruction in public I so many
of his committee, Mr. will
Bryan
School Cash prizes are offered the have leading citizens of d'fferentcommunities [I people. Read this case: {.::- ,.. => .... ::.".=-, ... :JIIL':1' ,
Chas. .v :
J. Nelson
winners in each contest. I contractor, 624&
the state of
.' The subject for contestants in the : throughout I I Bryan street, Kissimmee, says: "1 .
1 eleventh and twelfth grades is "Why Florida. was BO! ,run down with my back I "
there' should 'be no wine''' an i beer In accepting/ the chairmanship Mr. coujd 'hardly move. Terrific pains' \ ; \
l; -I'--I'r amendment to the Volstead Act," and I Bryan said! "1 appreciate the honor took me across my kidneys and it felt i ,
the t first prize will be $8, ,which is i of heading this worthy movement like a knife stabbing into the small o? ". _. Thjjjji
-4( given : by the Business and "Professional i I I and 1 am pleased] to accept the chair my back.; My kidneys acted too often : f
-Women's Club of Klssimme manship o( the state committee ta( and I had to get; up during; the night.: iIIL
raise funds wiiich:
The second prize of $5 is donated by to erect a building The secretions were highly colored $1595
means so much for the present Rtu-
and
Judge T. L. Comer. often spots came before my eyes
lent and the future students of thU..ive
The ninth and tenth grades will ( .. "! and I came near falling. I hu rd
of Florida.
compete for two nrizes\ upon the subject I city I about Doan's Kidney Pills nod ( ut: a
'' J ."The cost of cigarettes: financial, I' Mr. Bryan always has been. intei-' Lsjipply! at Robcrsoa.'s Drug Store .. Q .
-t"n| ; fcVciii'rts wh i" aTm 1ojioulj
physical, mental, moral and social." J i I, Duan'H cured me of the attack."
) the character of the
The Bank of Osceoln] County i iIrv; ; younjrpi.iplc I Prce (CO?, at ali dealers. )Dsu't LIc'1
ing the first prize of $S and the sec I attending colleges and univf'If :,!'- ] simply ask for a kidney rcm'dy-.t.t; r
; ond, $5, it the gift of Dr. II. S. Gil i, ',-" In the p'st years ho his!'! viI *- loan's Kidney Pil's' -fie ac tn.t
t. -( most of the ]Inj..gl'r colleges! and
I I' Mr. Nelson had. Foster-Milburn Jo.,
ger.Papls iiniverisities throughout the cuuntrv, Mfrs.' Buffalo N. Y.
: ; in the eighth grade may ,
nd I the fart has been brought h-im
compete! on the essay subject-: "Why N h'm that if the essentials of W-NTIIJ.Y
) one FIRST RECITAL OF
r the sale of wine and beer shounot\ '
!(' e is a building which cm bi
SCHOOL SOON
be legalized. The Merchants and Itpl'ARTMENTS
I"s"d I ; 1 I by students fop s"c'al; a"re-
,r t I' Farmers Bank gives the first prize orb I'niru!'! purposes. The University of Considerable interest is being developed -
$ and the Bank of Osccol- C-ur.ty
Florida is one of the few insttutiinsin regarding the first of a ae"- a 'Doorf both front
t Is the donor of the second, $3.I .
frs of recitals to ba
tht United States that does mt monthly given
i There will also be national, state, the of music l ; and rear
hate such a bu ]Jinj{. jointly by apartments
district in each I
and prizes c nte't.i The new building, wh"n erected and<<1 and expression at Osceola high scho )l.I l.
i I National the el"
prize for first or v- ..
qi'ipprd, wi'l be rf b'lc'', throe sto- These) recitals will be open to the
o enth and twelfth grades will be $:MO
cs high, anwill! conform to the ar- I public and everybody is invited to at- The New Closed-Car
and the Distr'ct
State prize $10.
t 'be Creation !
hi1r"tnre of the other university' tend. They will under the d'reij
will be announced later. ,
4' prizes )birldinp-s.: It will be me of the finest j lion of Miss Myrtilla Beala, of the
Ninth and tenth contestants
I grade : !hnilH-'ngs' of its pnrticular kind in the music department, and Miss Margaret
The
have the to win 20natona1 Coupe-Sedan a New
t opportunity a $ Willys-Knight model that
south. Stanford, of the department of ex-
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prize and a $10 priz", j'
state
It will contain aiHitoriom for pression. completes an entire new line of '
t 'I with a district prize also jto be nn- an seven cars, ingen-
--ligious and social servic-s, Bible The first recital will occur on Monday -
i'' I combines
nounced. I iously the
Essays must contain from of
intimacy w.t
-tudv rooms. m"sic rooms, ga-re I << January 29, at 8 p. m., at the cozy the Coupe and
# 700 to 1000 words, and will\ be graded
r'' 75 percent on subject mutter and room, bowling alleys, and cabine' i high schod I auditorium. the convenience of the Sedan. Comfortable for five.
.
'i e 1 25 percent on style and grammatical eetmg rorms.
excellence. A special feature of the oroposod! I . Doors front and
i" rear give
I easy entrance and exit
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new bu'ld'n is the individual studies ,
r'u, : The eighth grade contest is limited .
1"; u to not more than 700 words or less I which' wi'l be set api t for pastors!'! ,' unhampered by folding seats. Deeply cushioned,
'f the different dftiominnt'ons'
t than 500, and the essays submittedwill where richly upholstered, and powered with the
lh"v can meet students right on the one typeof
'I be graded one half on subject .
... matter and one half on originality, '"moat. It is e'lfocctod tvat v'lT'io"s USE motor that improves with use-this model is the

,[1 J I ,, appearance.grammatical excellence and general denominations. or reoresentativ will assign oneofth"irnastors. to keep USE3ANITARYDAIRYCO'BM year's greatest advance in fine-car design.

g' ,: Two years.ago the first national ''In touch with students of their fa'th & ICE CREAM Watch for Willys-Overltad advertisement appearing in the Saturday
at the unive'sity. Evening! Post
prize Florida
; was won by a student
{ and last year the second, or honor Special rooms will be provided' ( i i">
-f' I, able mention, came to this state. the new building for parents who find ;
I !I. ne"esl'p"Y to be o" th" camn-is incase : TOURING 5-pasi. $. \5 WI LLYS: II!! COUPE-SFDAN

1 Subscribe for The Valley Gazette of illness of their sons. Tire is MpOe TOURING .. $14.\5 ,
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r-pa. 5-pag. $1595
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lone leaves for ledgers. 47-tf. 'ust one of the mcnv way. this buiUI-
-- ;Inwill/ be in service. ROADSTERS-p.n. $123'J' SEDAN r-pat." ., 1995

r KEEPS CHILDREN I and Sine thirtv-npp students cities! from throughout two hundred the :1.7' tiua SEDAN 5-past. 1795.K']fi COUPE S-p.M. SU9S
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t : state of Florida are matriculated at : : NIGHT An rfrn f. b. .
the nnr rsitv. it Is felt" tha every
WELL AND STRONG community will respond to the call
Ii to contribute to the funds necessary PHONE THE MILKMAN
'l pale, impoverished blood to erect this building.
THIN children: frail, backward At the present tirre the social and LUPFER & PRATHEH
ij I religious life of the university stu-tents -
Glide's Pepto-Mangan creates a is directed from n small wooden I II KISSIMMEE FLORIDAThe
t bountiful supply of pure red blood I left over from the war period. Cs us on the wire and ,
restores bodily strength, bring back This is so small that it is only possi tell to deliver
!', i color to the cheeks and build firm ble to take care of the needs of ..bO"tI as your :: - '. ----- ;:- ::- ----..". --- ---- - .:-. : -..:; - - -
milk morning. :r- .
well-rounded flesh. | two hundred students. A new building every ,
For over 30 yean Glide's Pepto- is planned to provide ample room It'll make your shopping

{f: ,Mangan has beafrecommended! by f"r the present student bodies n mrmrinar easier( and :you'll know ,----
leading physicians as a tonic and bloodenricher. one thousand two hundred and you have a milk of splendid other day two women, one ofwhom A sound national policy of forestry
Your
't druggist has it- fifty two, and for the ineree.e wholesome
t f1. r liquid or tablets,, as you prefer.peptoMangan. In enrollment which anticipated i. eap-ct-- qualities. was very deaf, were walking by can not be perfected until far more Is

,. ed during the next few yearn Pres- the railway Suddenly an express known about how to. grow: timber un- $ifrcopk tINIlllmn

_7 ,. (Jude's. ; ident A. A. MurphreA members of NITA1WDAinr@ tRla'ro'.hed by, :and as it passed the der widely oaring conditions, what our

J: "If.i the; University| of Florida faeu1ty.student' ; engine p'Ve a double shriek' that economic and industrial requirements Dr.1 PILLS it
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bodv and imslness'
leading eetned rend the The deaf
to
men, throughont the state are now sky.: ono are, and by what. methods of use these Jor.coiutijHitton. "

"jn i and Blood Enricher activelrworkin, to, rive their full uIjllhmarn'- turned to, her friend and remarked requirements can best be met, says the .
support to the campaign to raise with'.'happy.smile: That's the*first forest 'set-vie United States department

',I. .I' ,I fiends for this much a..d d,bnUQlaig. e e ea.oO We,:beard tfcU'-ywlr.I "' of agriculture . .
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nate to- K'-' '_..*.' Oxcolb eountyt! Florida. J wtil sell at outcry for

I Klorlda, VlstLot 41-* In hand, to the highest and Lot K JIAROCD 'llUltlS,. M. I*. H1MMON8, 'L>. A. MOltRlWN, Jit,
ADVERTISEMENTS I 1 Blo lt II, g. .Flu,' R. R. C6! .<. bldc..ri. the foUowjnirtract of land ..It.I ,) "re. *.e,,&..', Vice rresldnt See!,, 4fe Treasy. r
Survey.. It' KlaslrameeOsceola' County
Ov; 'P: : Flor id. .ay eta Bert Fplifltirj IuedkitI__ wpiAjfCTt Poultry Sappta

i'St tip.cia I Master, I Lot 1 Block BB of W. A. Pat- Ho.eat Good'' Fair Prices
rmit Cart, ITth Juttrial Clr- House In KUslmmee, Osceola County, I rick' Add. Prompt S.lp.....

2<>M*.I* Commtr, Kls>rlda. Florida, I will veil at outcry, forcash HOTIC Of ItALB.. I O. P. OARRKTT.It Ask Tour Neighbor-n. Know.
highest
l Cia.erry. In hand, to the and beet '
x ......- bidder the following tract of land nit- NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant Special Master. GET NEW FALL PRICEL13T BEFORE: BUYING.

range and Trust Come. data ,in Klsnlmmoe,.. Osceola County>> : to a Final Decree entered on the. I I| NOTICK OK FECAL DISCIIAROB. E. 0., PAINTER FERTILIZER 'CO.
orporatlon. Florida via, : 8th day of January A. 1>. 1923 In the J.tUo.rille. Florida
>, Complainant. Lou 1 to t Inc. '& N.: U'"' Lot.,9 Circuit 'Court of Owceoln. County Florida. In the County Judge's Court of Oseeola
versus) to 11 "A. B.. Uroufhfs Hub.- :In .Chancery Docket, No.. 1361. In.a County Florida ,
IlltUn Warlnir." et at.. t>lv. JI'c.e.tf: of Robert Hass Add. the suit of Town of KUslmmee. City a !I (
Defendants.ICHJ Q.' P. OAIUU TT. Municipal Corporation Complainant I Iva. I In Re: Estate of Charles W. Ward
OP MASTBR'M SALE 6.It Bpeclal: Master. All parties Interested In. the tr."tj I deceased.
I. hereby given that under of land hereinafter deoeribedltespond- 'I Notice. la hereby given to all whom
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llrtue of a final decree of fore NOTICE OK gAL eats, that on the 6th day of February It may concern that on the 20th day .
littered on the lat day of Jan. A. D. 1911. during the legal hours ofsale of March. A. p. 1921 the undersignedwill A WORD ITO TIDE WISE IS SUFFICIENT"MICHELIN
la. In that curtaincause lately NOTICH l lit hereby given that pursuant at the front door of the CourtHouse apply to the Hon. T. r... Comer
I in the Circuit Court 8ev nludlclal to a Final Decrea entered,on the In Klaslmmee Osceola County Judge of the above entitled court sitting
Circuit, Osceola Coun1s -, 8th day of January A. 1>. 182J. In the Florida I I will sell at public outcry for .as Judge of Probate at his ofOoe i
In Chancery, wherein Bank Circuit Court of Onceola County, Florida cash In hand, to the blithest and heat In the County court house of Osceola
i nnd' Trust Company, a Cor In Clmncery Docket No. ,135. In bidder, the following fact of land situate County at Klsslmmee Florida, for our
I. Coniiilalna.nl Isabol the cult of Town of Klsslmmne City, a In Klsslmmue, scull c. ).,).t).. final discharge as executors of the estate
farina It. U. Waring her hued Municipal Corporation Comp'alnant.v. Florida, via: of Charles W. Ward, deceased and
McCormlrkHannah Lumber ,. All parties Interested In. the tract Lot 4. Less NB fI H' of Block 20 I that at the same time we will presentour
T, A Florida Corporation are of land hereinafter described Respond of "Sou. Fla. It)'. Co. Survey. +I,I final accounts as executors of the
ats. I will on thn llrst Monday onto that.on the tIhar.1 February \ O P. OAltRI TT. paid' estate and ask for their approval.
u.ry 1923 It being" tho fifth A. i j. 1923.. during : hour s,1Salo B-2t Wiioclal: Master. i Dated January a. A. D. Il't3.I .
"he month and a legal *nles day, at the front door of the CourtHouse I ROUT. H. FLETCHER A.re.Going to Advance front--10'7c to 201. .
the legal hour of sale offer In Kleslmmee OHonola County. ftOTICK OF MAI.K. I C. WAYNE WAUD.
and Hell at the East front door Florida I will sell at public outcry for I Executors of the last will and testament
;>fIc..nla County Court Mouse rash In hand to tho highest and best NOTICE Is her..bY--lClv,'" that pursuant of Charles ,W. Wnrd, deceased. BUY NOW AND SAVE
neo, Florida, to, satisfy paid dele bidder the following tract of land .."- to a Final Decree entered on the C-9t
followInK d iilbed real *.-sItuntc. unto In KlMfflmm..u. *)' l lying stud being l In Osrnlinty. '- vis.lA : Circuit Court of Oncunl.t l= I IIERE ARE SOME ROCK BOTTOM PRICES ONc'ijIEWOIlLI
Florida to-wlt: Lots Hlx >tM IS to tel Inc & H. II" lots ida. In Chancery I>o yen (7) Nlu 101. and 9 to I" Imof A. K Orouxhfs Sub the suit of Town of 1<1...,,, >'S QUALITY TIRES ANTI TUBES
Jt of hr.: 1htn K.! Hundred and Dlv lllk SI. of Robert Rasa Addition. Municipal Corporation Complainant I Orlando Januyary 15.-The weekly

f tao of the Seminole Land and v... All parties Interested In, the tract '( citrus review by F. L. Sktlly as Issued
CtMiipanj's Nuw Subdivision O I'. (IJAnrtRTT of land hereinafter described Respondents ---
pent
Tw G-2t Mo"..-.. that the Cth from the office of the American RingOvoretz: Rei'ular
bks One Hundred and -ntyLH Hporl.il on Fi-hruarv
to On.- Hundred and Thirty ._. ._ _._____ A l>. 123. during the .l legal hour ofsale Fruit Growers, Hays : Size Shaped I (' Size I Fabric .
[187J of the Town of St. Cloud.miCJ.OlticU "N)TH'K OF SAI.IC. at the front door of the Court !| Oranges: Aside frcm the tendencyto Tubes Cords. Cords Casings
llclal flat on Hie In House. In Klssimmee, Osceol.i County. discriminate against sizes _
Jlco of the Clerk: of the Circuit NOTICK In hereby Klvi'n tlnil pursuant Florida, I will Hell nt public outcry, for large -. Soft Bead Clincher Type
[ of iHM-oolw. County Mato of twit Final J OcrreonlT.l on the cash In hand to the hltchi-sl and beat as predicted last week tho orange .
and recorded In flat Hook Hill dny of January. A. U. 193.:! In tin- blddarl the following tract of land. sit mal ket" las remained steady. There t.f --

..u llftythiciS3). Circuit Court of Onreola County, Florida In Klssimmee Oxrcola County, has been wide demand and in some 28x3 2.40 -
of sale cusli Purchaser toTI. In Chancery, Docket No. 13/ 2. Ill Florida, via" 'I I
sections the -- -- -
d..I. the null of Town of KlxslmnuM->, nMunicipal All of lilock FI. of Robi.it IJ-ass' market has boen strong 30x3 2.45 $10.00

this tt d.\\' of .luniiury. 1923V C''Iuration. ComplalnHiit. Ad-l on good quality fruit. If shipments
\ J. HTKHI. \.... All imrth'H Interested, In. th. tract (t. I*. OARRETT.62t I' continue at a reasonable rate prospects 30x312,70:.: $15.50 $12,75, 12.75i
t .jHpeclitl Master of land hereinafterdescrlb. Mpond- Hpeclal Master.NtrTH -'
-- are for a steady demand at snU 31x4 3.45 I 15.50
.HtlN AND: IHCHINSON.srs ents. that on the 5th day ol February; -'
fol. Complainant. ..51 A l ). 1923. donna the legal hours of K OK H\L:. 1 isfactory prices.
sale at th<. front door of the Court I I Grapefruit' : Inquiry for grapefruit i Straight Side Type
tU'K OK MtVTKII'tt Ntl.K. House. In KUnlinrnvn OHceola County. NOT'CK: Is hereby. given that pursuant :. during the last week has opened
-- Florida I will sell at public outcry, for to a Final Decree enlrrrd on the up '
;h* Clrtult Court. of 'the S.t'n cash In hsml. to the hluhent and Bret Kth day of Januaiv. A. D. 1\123.I In the over a much wider territory than during 30x31$2.70:.: $15.00

Judicial Circuit of thi Htnte of bidder the followInir" tract of land M'"- Circuit Court of OHCi>ola ('''unl)'. I or- the previouH week. Large; sizes 32x312.90' 23.35 18.90 .
In and for Oitcfolii County In Unto in Klmlmmee Osci-ol County.Florida. Ida In Chancery Docket No. 13KO. In must be discontinued but ifshipments :.: --
ry. Jntnes. IHpi.ncer. us Kx- vie: the suit of Town of KUalmmfe City u -continue to 31x4 I 3.45 26.45
of HIP l.usllll and Mlament All K of .1. C I* Ry nil 1L: ; Municipal Corporation Complainant, proportionate
Isabel h Muxwell. decuast-d. Comrmis. and nil lllk 13 of flues Addition vs. All parties Interested In, the tract the consuming power of the markets 32x4 I 3:70: 29.15 22.50 .
nt. vt. Tlio Waters & Carson. O I'. OARHRTT of land hereinafter described lleopond- grapefruit should continue to show I

try ('Din hun' )', u rut.(Miration.; H. II. C-2t(; Spi-olal MimterOK elite that on tnt day of February steadiness and strength. 33x4 3.85 30.05 23.35
of
as Itvcvlter of Th, Waters AtHro A D. 1923, the legal hours
II .-.iry Company n col'nora* DTI'E JtAI.H. sale, at the front door of the CourtHouse I I I Tangerines: : During the past week 34x4' 4.00 30.85 24.15
and I Company n curporutlon. Ituspnnd- NOTICK In herety given that pun Florida, I will sell at public outcry, for the highest prices they have 32x4V:.: 4.75 37.70 .26.45 '
Koreclosurp Notlo Is hereby suant to n Flnnl Decree entiT-d on the cash In hand, to the blithest and best
thnt pursuant to u final drerce Kth day of January A. I). 1923. In thn ,. bidder the following tract of land. situate .' paid thus far this season. The demand 33x41h. 4.90 38.55 .
In thin cnunn on the 3rrl day Circuit Court. of Osceola County, FlorIda In KlHslmmtte. OHC,'ola Coi'nty, is generally good but in certain :.:
mtMtr. A. l U. Itti I shall offer In ( ....nc"ry. Docket No. I ST.*. In Florida.lx.: of the larger markets to which 34x41i:.: i 5.10 39.50
I. and Sill at nubile outcry for the suit of Town of Kliwilnimfe City a H. 1>0' of lilock: III of Robert have been made
direct shipments -
perhaps
35x415.25 40.70
.
n hand to the hhxhPBt-bldder ...tt'o..t Municipal Corporation Complainant Bass' Add ::
Interested In. the tractor a. !'. in excess of their consuming
door of tin Court House Inuif'3.e. vs All pintles OAnilBTT. i I I
land hrrelnafterdracrlbed, lttnpowlcnts. Est Special Mauler.TM the demand for tangerines has 36x45.40 41.55 <"I'
Osceolii __ ___ __ __
th it on the Cth I day of Fchrunr\', .
S first Monday III February same slackened and there has been slight
a
th.. f.tli day of February. 19 S1.f A. U. 1923. durlnit the legal bourn of l'ifu.' K OFMAIE:. '', 33x5 I 5.70 46.95
..nilat the front door of the CourtHouse -- weakness. Apparently tangerines
the leKHl hours of sal, the rol.f
described properly slluitte In In Klunlmmi'O.. Onaeola County.'lbrlda NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant should continue very satisfactorilyon' 34x5 5.85 48.15
.In( County Klorlda to-wit : )- I will sell I nt 'public outcry for to n Final Decree entered on th' rood quality and medium sizt's.where 35x5 I 6.00 49.30
Two 2I. Thro. cash In; hand, to the blithest and best Sth day of Januar)'. A. D 1923. In the
ls On- ( 1) .
_ the followInK 01 land. |t- Circuit Court of OHcoola ('... not puffy.
ri\c ('& and Klx bidder trait Biinte .nl) Flor
Four <141. ) 37x5 6.30 51.8536x6'
tl .. 01:1 hi... In Business the continues
of Johnson Ar I'r.-vslt's I' <.f I..tll One* 111 and I'an" Florida, rl.: the suit of Town nt KIsHlnimr-e City, nMunicipal to show betterment and apparently 9.40 86.00
II. u. KI 4' K of NW Cor Lot : Corporation Complainant.
orv. I'"tk' .
of Illoik "I" A substantial basis. The January
is
I upon a -- --
Additionslmmei' to the Town. of i HUll S 117 % n 66% N 117VV "R. All partten Interested In. the tractof
Klorldn h.r' In r.lork II ofV. A 1'nlrirli'B land hereinafter deaclibedRespond dividend period did not show the

.... City.RI.I.IS F D.1VIS.Sprchtl | .\<1.1 ents. that on the Kth day of Fibiuaiy, distribution as large sums as in
to ,'11.. I I1t1tIlIUH I li I'. OARRRTT A. D. 1921, during the legal I hours of but manufacturing
Master "" n . some previous
'- .21. Special. MaNtt tM sale. at the front door of the CourtHouse years HARDWARE
STKRO.for .
& .,.tSAI.I --- ---- in KIsHlmmee. Onceola County and Industrial condition are MAKINSON BIG
Itorsi Compl.ilnnnt .
.----- -'- TI4 I'! <>! .. ,LF.. Florida I will nell at public outcry. for substantially improved. Considering:
MTEI1Mder :. cash In hand to the IoI"h."t" :tnri beat! albu t.ite iiitpiovuiuviih in many linen I
4 N< >TK'10 li> lit r<.l,v given thaI |I'uruant bidder. the following trait of land 111unte /
---- of .. to u Filial l 1.<.cief .."t"r..1 l on tli In KlHHlinmt t .. >l ..<..mty, of agriculture, pprticulaily; in cotton
and by \lrlin1 of n <1 cr e
lo.u r.'. had l sal* rendered and e-n- hth day of Januurv A. 1 H 1123. In tin- Flollla, viz. through higher market. prices, there Near Depot Phone 123

on July iili. I IP23. by the Hon.i Circuit Court of liHceolR: Counti, Florida ..Lot 7r I.' I I. A. I CD \.101. lr 1.1'1 I.-: is no doubt that the purchasing power -
In Chancery HooKet No I.15H. In N !
|
>. O. Andrews. Judge <>f tli.cir- I'n of the country whole is
Court In und for OK.I-,'oln. Count).. the suit of Town of Kl; ...linm.'f city, a I'. IIARRKTT; as very of 446 M o oo oo o otOO oo. .o.t'oO.tt 60-00
The influence
Municipal Corporation. Colnpliilniiiit., 6-2 Kpetlal Mast's.O'1'Il'M greatly improved.
la. In Chanery In H rrrtnlii ___.__ __
All interested In. the tln *tof
In Bald Court pending.. whr ln %H parties - n the large! stocks of apples) on hand -- -
1.Wilson. Tstwln It. Wilson\ nod OMminuli 1 land hereinafterdescrlhfd. RcHimndunts. ( OF 11I.\1.1' ;Viand the forthcoming heavy movementof
that on the Cth day of February, '
MS K priitors of the last the hours ofsiile. NOTICK Is California navels deserves t be
1 And ment pf Thomas Wilson A. I> 1923 during legal hereby given th.I.tor --- -.- -.= -=' ..t:.
tst the door of the suant Final Decree considered *!
and Ar- at front Court to a entered on the however
uitMl. wore, comiilslnants.J.ihiiKton. KLuse "..".... In KlRBlminno, Onceola Count}.. Kth day of January A. D. 1923 IrT in' -' -' I :
K. loii<-Man. 1"lt Florida I I will sell nt for Circuit Court of Onceola Uounty FlorIda If" farmers will plant weevilfreeaeeds
\ Cattle ComiMiny. lIu.dof.ndthe NoyesLVIIllam cash In hand, to the c : e.tt.t.F.b: In Chancery. Docket No. 1.71. In j

d.P.rslKneJ. I'otHr. will ware offer for- bidder the following tract of land l sit the suit of Town of Klssimmee City a I and then harvest beaus pees .
i u best ante In Klsulmmce. Oscenla County, Municipal Corporation Complainant and cowpeas as soon as possible
t highest and
and well o the Florida via. : vs. All parties Interested In. the .{",r
tractof treat the to kill weevil and store .
.r for CHSh. In front of the Court crop _.
H,4 Block 21 of W. A. 'J'AT..UCK'1t land hereinafter described Respondent ; _
< ; ;
M door In Klsulmmae, Florida be I lit where seeds can be protected from _
Add. *, that on the Cth day of February
hours of sul., on tho '.f' .
nth. legal .
oI weevils spreading:
of IMS. tile fellow.descrlbed O. T. dAURKTT A. D. 1921. during the legal hours relnfestation by
[-Way Keliruary real eMste sltnat Int.e.ola 6-lt Hneclal Mastt-r, sale, < at the front door of the Court from infested seeds a large part of

T, COUllt Y. Florida, to-wlt: House, In Klaslmmee Osceola County, the loss :from these insects! can be! '
I iStM-tlons ( 18). lwen(10) !NOTICE OK 8AI.K. Florida I will sell at outcry, for UNIYERSAC.CARae ) :
of rlnhteen
cash In hand. to the highest and beat prevented according to Farmers'Bulletin THE

twenty-two(SO(11)) all. twenty of s.o.1 NOTICE la' hereby given that pursuant bidder the following; tract of land situate \ No. 1275\\ weevils in beans -
kt (8) nnd thirty :
Final Decree entered the In KIsKlmmee Osceoln '
1X the North- to a on County, and peas just issued by the United 'JI
thirty-two ( > encent
of A. n. 1921. In th. Florida vis
Kth day January :
kt quarter of th. Southeast quarter : Circuit Court of Onceola Count 1.Flor 1':. 60' of N. 18!)' of Lot 76. F. L. States department of agriculture. ,
bald section and all of section thlr-
; Township' Ida In Chancery, Docket No. 13S7. In & I Co's Add. Copies may be had upon applicationto ,
SO. all belns In ,
four ( -- II Bst the suit of Town of Klsslmmev City.aMunicipal Q. I'. GARRETT.2t the department at. Washington P. y
outh. KatiK )
Corporation. Complainant "- Special Master. ?
JOHN B. CADKUSpecial C. ; ; d
\s. All partl.s Interested In, the tract
Master )n Crvancory.NOTICR
r of land h.relnafterdeocribrd.Iteepond- NOTICE: OF KALK. .
ents, that on the Cth day of February. : /
TO IUCDITORti A. I>. 1923. during the IcgaT hours of NOTICE la hereby given that pursuant .
sale, at the front door of the CourtHouse to a Final Decree entered on the
Cecil ee .... __..y.".. .... 01. In Klssimmee, Onoeola County 8th day of January. A. I). 1923.:! In the
t..t,. $1.3..9 .. ......... Florida I will sell at public for Circuit Court of Osoeola County Flor
., cash In hand, to the t'.t4).b: ida. In Chancery, Docket No. 1370. In L3 ( :-
In re Kstvtn of Martha A. OlBir.. bidder, the following tract of l land situate the suit of Town of Kluslmmee City s l After us f1w
>* nil Creditor. legatees. Distributees In KIsRlmmee. Osceola County, Municipal Corporation Complainant p
and all IVrson havlntr Claim. or Florida. >'l 1.: vs. All parties Interested In, the tract
emands against sold It tate: Lots ID to 23 Inc of A. K of land hereinafter described Respondents
ou and '.ach of ><>11. are hereby nnIrd ProuKhfM Huh' I>lv. lick HI. ofRobert that on the Cth day of February
and required to present any Kaka- Add A. U. 1921. during the legal hours ofcola Every ,...
Imo and dvnuind which .yuu. or O. ItIAItRRTT.. at the front door of the Courthouse
her of )"ou. may have against theInte C-2t: Special Mavter. In Klssimmee. Osceola Count)'. 1
of Martha A fleliror. deceased, ._- .---- -- Florida I will sell at public outcry fur Mea I ID3
:ft of Osceola Count Florida to theJderslRned !%<>TI<'.: Of-MALE. cash In hand to the highest and beat
Admlnlulintor of siild esI bidder the following tract of land Bitunte .
.. within two years from the dateof. NOTIC15 Is hereby given that pursuant In Klsalmmi.u. Osceola County
to a Final Decree entered on th. Florida, vliKH : I II
ted lurimber 2Hli. A. Ti 11122 Sth day of January AI>. 192S. In tho of nioclc 1':1.uf Robert Hans'
/ Hl'llll K UBfilKlilAdtnlnlstriilor :. (......lIlt Court of Onceola t'nunty, FlorIda Ad.
Klsilniniee. "Klorl.ln In Chancery, Docket No. 1J51. In U. !'. UARRKTT
t the suit of Town of KlfHlmmei City. .aMunicipal C>-2t: Special Mantel. WRIGLEY'S
-- ---- .
- Corporation.'. Complainant., I
!SOTICK OK AtK. \n All parties Interested in. the tract ISOTICK OK MA. I..:.
'i'" of land herrlnaflerdrscrlbrd. UeHpondcnts. ---
OTICI J 1.. hereby given that pur. that on the Glh, dm of February, NOTICH Is hi.reby given' that pur II ic?
tnt to a Final Ue..rei> euti-n on HiJ -. A 1) 1923 during, the legal 1 hours of a Final Decree nlerrd on tin
| day of Jununry. A O. 1923. In the sale. at the front door of the Cunit Nth "JIo of January A: 1;0. 1P23! In tin: : N and give your
cull Court of UMeeala Countv. FlorIn III..u..... In KIsKlnnnee. mceola County, Circuit Court of Osceola County, FlorIda K "Does More For Less
Chnmeiy lio.kei No MR I : In '''101'1,'", 1 will sell nt public outcry for In Chancery Docket No. 1364, In stomach a lilt.
0 null ol Town of Klsxlminoi City. n nnh In. h..n.I. to the hlfthegt. and beat the suit of Town" of Klsslmniee City, n
innlolpiil Corporation Complulnuiit. Idddcr. the following\ tract of land * All tics Inteiesteil In. the tray In Klsnlmnioe O.c..ol. ( '.>uiity. vn' All partlea Interested In, the tract
pus HAT the Ford One-ton truck does for the
land hereinafter ili-sri. '.1 b..". llespoiidkt I Florida.ls: of land' hereinafter described. Respondents @ __eel" In tn.Htialform. T more

that oil the Ctli day of February L*.*s .4T A41 of 'ro"f'.ct I'nrlt that on the Cth da> of February; farme r cr the merchant is proved by the great
., I'). 1923. during the legal 1 hours ofile. Mull IHs Ix.tM 82 & K3 F. L. & I l'a's A. D. 1923, during I the legal 1 hours ofsale
nt the front door of the Court Addition at the front dobr of the CourtHouse number of them now in daily; use! ,-that it does

Foil..... 'In K t..1 10m.-''. (b"e.olahunt) ,j Q P. (IAltlti.:TT.. In Kisstirinc. Osrcola Count\, t Helps. to cleanse this at less cost i is shown by the actual,. figuresa a
nrliln.. I will sell at public outrrv for r-2t- Mpeclal Manti 1. Florida I will sell at public outcry, for the
:_ teeth and keep
cash In hand to the hlKhest and best
end! histr.
h In hand to the liluhst smaller first cost and a much lower expense
<4pr. the following tract of land sifts I I\0'1''<'K OF-? 'I..:. bidder the following tract of land situate them healthy.
In KlHslmmee, CiHCeol ('uunl>'. In Klssimmee. Omeola (C'juntv for operation and upk t-p. -
lorlfla.1 I.. pur-suant I E Florida vis.:
N. 120' of flock: MI of ltob.itF.IKS i'' to n Final Decree entered on Hi"hih All lilock 23 ofV. A I'atrJck'K
The Ford One-ton Truck has
proved
a /great
| Add' day of January A. D 1923. In HieCircuit Add A

2t ''''' ''IiOTKF. In Chancery, Docket No. I3R2. In C-21 Special Mantel; .- - - -
-. the suit of Town of KiaBlminue City, a -- ---- solved the problems of economic transportation
OF ".\1..:. Municipal Corporntlon. Complainant \()TI('.: OK MA I..:.
- vs All parties Interested h. the tractof -- S. B. AULTMANREAL between the farm and the city. }

NOTI<'K la hereby given that pur land herelnafterdeecrlbed. HeHpondenls NOTICE Is hereby Kl\t that pursuant
tt Art to a Final Decree entered on the that on the Cth day of February, to a Final Iltcree entered on th** The Ford One-ton truck has all the merits of the
th clay of January A. D 1$23. In theSrcult A 13. 1923. during the legal hours of Kth day of7nnuary. A. D ISSJTIn the
Court of Oaceola Countv. FlorIn ante at the front door of the CourtHouse Circuit Court of Qsceola County Florida Ford car, with added strength for greater capac

la. Chancery Docket No. 1350 Inke In Klssimmee. Osceola County. In Chancery Docket No 1383. In The drive of aluminum bl'Ol1Z8llve.
suit of Town of Ktssmme! City, a Florida. I will sell at public outcry, for the suit of Town of Klssimmee City a ity. worm
lunlrlpal' Corporation. Comiilalnant cash: In hand, to the highest and bent Municipal Corporation ('ompiainant'l ESTATEand unusual and positive power eta very low cost i,
All parties Intercut.d In. the tract bidder tho following tract of land situate vn. All parties Interested ,
In Klaplmmee, Osceola County of land hereinafter described Respondents 4
land hereinafter. described. Respond-
llt*. that on the 6th day t.t "'..brURr>'. "Florida via: that on the Cth day of February.A. '. I' Come in and let us show you how the Ford ;

.. D. 1(13 during the fugal hours ofAlp. 8W; of 8W %. I...... hr*. NK.Cor. . D. 1923, during the legal hours: of One-ton Truck will help and save yin
: you money
at the front door of the Court .- Run H. S30VV.. toV.. Ilndry.Meet. sale at the front door of the CourtHouse FIRE INSURANCE you
lout*. In Klssimmee.:: Osceola Count 16. Then N. ISO' K. to D"",. In Klssimmee, Oaoeola County your work.
orlda. I will sell nt outcry forh Also Less Beic. 178 H' N. of 8B Cor. Florida, I will sell at public outcry, for I
In hand. to the highest and best Run N. 6C6V4rW. Ill*', a 6511...'. E. cash In hand to the highest and beat I IMPORTANT
Llddor the following tract of land J84'. In Hectlon 1C, Township 26.RanB. ..Idderi the following tract of land sit
/in, Oscrrl County 1.. Iq Klsalmmee Osceola County,
ate Ktuslmmoe
.
Q. p OARRETT. .., l w. are prepared to furnish the Perd Truck equipped sithsr
Darlington Avenue
orida. vis: ori1t'ock :11
; Bear. NW Cor. Dlk 10 Run 8 100' B-It Special Matter O>!. of Robert'. Bass' with Standard or SptcUt Gearing TIM 8umd i4 Owlog'give.

| r.100' N. lOG' W. \JOO' Hubert Da..' A44. . th>Jmck a maximum of powsr Th Special O.Mtttg -
NOTICE or S41.&. O. P. OARRII'l'T.IIt .
A. O. p. QAnnreTT.rlt Special Master., lnctia th., speed fcf th* truck f tom ft". to B.raa

Bpeclal Master. NOTICE I I. hereby open that pursuant . .....*. an, boar, converting it Jbta a ,Earl Delivery Can
to a Final Door. entered on the NOTICE 0V" aA.., .... i
14OTICM or ALJBi Ith day of January* IX 111. In the ......r_ '66. .. A, .... _
> Circuit Court of Osoeol County Florida I NOTICE l'. herebyriven thai 'pur-

i NOTICE '!1. Ji"rtyy \1JI..n thai pur- In Chancery, Docket No. 'llt. In ... Final-Decree entered -on the Ctt.t AUTREY
Town of. Klsslratnee City, Sib day ''of January, A. D. 1 tal.' In the -$ r
.
usrt'to. a' :rh,.., Mer" *ntr* of January. A. D. 1119 In the Municipal Corporation Complainant Circuit Court of Osceola Countv. Florida isa( Prescription for Colds; .
day
.nroult. Court., o-oeola.-Countr.'Flor. ".. -AII prtleiiv3..........., I In Town Kleslmmee *.' In C Authorized Dealer '
A.'It.sportd. f.j '
ha. In Chancery, >1Joek.... No. 13/a. In'he of land hereinafter di.. tha cult of of City, a Fever and Grippe.. It's j a
suit of Town of Klsslmme, City. aTufilclps.1 'jenta., that on the fth day of February Municipal. Corporation,' Complainant, Phone-165 --Klssimmee-orid.;;. '; ,
o
I I .., ."1 A.P.IMduilnrth* Ural hOQ Mal ,..... the. tract t1iti mOst dnemectywe + f
Ctwporattotr.OPlytplrwant.
.8 ... ,.
_
ind-hereinafterde.crlb4. ..
: at the front door of the Court Of ), ; RespondentsV' -' .. ., J" " ;/ '" ::- .I '!\'
si..41.rtl. Interested In tthu tract : : ; 1.1.\ .. . : .i ;
f Ind herolhafter ilcserlbed, Hesnbtid* ){oua.,' In' Kh .lmtfcs, Oeceola 'County, tbaton' u.. Cth-day+ofFebeuaryAor. know}- preventing; .Pneumo- ...,
15.It9ta.dvrtat ... ,
the- .1. ,
II at public outcry for A. .ou.
|nts. th..1)11 the fth. day-of February .. t'-" .
.a.hrln'hand.w tb.'hlchest "lid' Mat sale, 'at the front door of-'th Court:'i111: .
n. .Oct, d-etne .". I.wel "ov."I<..401'I. .. ....
l*.-'.t. the 'front floor .f the Court. .bidder,:,the following traijt: .of land .lt* Jto...... In Klaslmmwf' O. 9.olB 'County- ,
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/Oltl.AMH) :MAN STABS SELF i I joist' ho\\e\er, anil says lie liked it I I ()S( eo1..1 rOTNTY IMIOWCT8 I ITAIII'A: FAIR TO SHOW dimonftiate the complete mastery of
BARTOW PLAYS HERETONIGHTBASKETBALL: I'AKACIH'TK_ : ; LE1' i the ,drop, not the cut. SHOWN:; IX I SI'LKNWI ARRAY the airplane that has heir attained
O'ltrine announces another" fri exhibition ---- NEW F. A. HATTALION Iii the last few yearn.
; l-ist !';UIHIIlfh'l ""0" Billy''' at the aviation licld next': I j i 'iinllnii>-.I l from I Par, On.) I -

:| (O'Bnlle., the "human fly" who i ; Sunday itftcinoun.LAIHFN i 1 mop, and a haiulkerthief l Io..f. I the Open ing Dm In ( hurK Of NrtslyOrganised I 1t.ILI.lm: KMUIilTN
ed the Bronwon building liml-I "nine material.: ; HnllHllion Uhich \I t"n' SYSTEM; AT FAIR
I Iternoun and escaped\ from a tnl :: .All SJK'IKTV: OK t'1l1ISI'IIX ( I \\ ill Itrillnd :Mum-in -- -
I I NVedle<< \\ nrk'I ) One of the interesting arlvertixinrcxhiLits
jacket while suspended'' from the roof :: CliritCII TO MKKT \i\IN; : .
Came On Regular Schedule ty his feet, had IlIoml"I (" a p.lnirhiiti! I ---- | 1 lie west, Mile of the building' |t- I. S""jithiiitf' ) new and unusual in t thtl on display at the carnival
And Not A Part Of Fair : leap i ; to the | eoile| who jourm yod out" An IniHiiiMic/ nn-. ling/ w,,< helu. i iit iciveit-d' with exhihits nf. the needleIwoik l auk of entcitainnicnt, features ha- ground IK the. "Muid-n'the Milt"poitalde.
I. to the aviation jjrounds.! After" tuk- | the luime< "ofh; <. T. :M. lt\cr-. 1 t'mpetitor., uhc-ie hl'lllIllf,1'1, t Ir.u |>K.tided l lor lime fiiir mil nil"" 1I)1I-0.( ..lJlllinlt' lawn and
Regular Admission I|' ing n number of passengers he :mnouiu'ed !! Tuesday: .L uuulV !', foi the. puiposeol ill sins" till the story' of apt' finite! "" 1| brut tor tin- opening day of the tri! Mli garden< hpl illkln. This, spray in making
a leap] I l"Kddie; : Fail limk.s," i ie ii.nix.ing, I tin'; l.adieAid :SUCH ; ;mid,. t igllinllty.' ;Mole detailed !'af.r'l, i I .South' "Honda Fair and (;p.irill'i a good impiesKion/ on growers Ma
Y. Tunifcht at 7.0:! the boys' luvtket- Mid the plant' uei't up uith!! p) '>lall.: t t\ of the f I'hi i.1 1.111 thurch.Tile tt.'itinn. : of this department \S t e ('uini\a" to lie l hi> lil on Frbluary, 1 to rend bed. and lawn" sprinkler In
l ball team representing Osi-eola luirh Mid a hull'' on lioai.i.. al.int: : calla I llie ,' follow IlIg( nflil'irwen, elect! Ibciiining( win n the .judges h,1,1, ]10. ln) |', In uiiri y, I I. I the opening; school, will meet the speedy five fl'UI1I.,| ilrivi-r, It ciiele') :.nil\ tit a fnIun, : td : r.esidint, Mr". t. B. <1'. Miller.Mrs. 'inishtd, I thenvmk.. _" tic Tain'ii| iltalion.l llCtli: Field) Ar- fine mist whichtinMarch Company,
Summerlin Institute, ut Barlow, on time, but no pal 'at :'lute. leap ;>ppi'ird. \ I.-. -I"tsulent. ; T. M. Kiverfecu ; :Near: I be, "nIIH'I.. ; Ji J :m I.!tillti > National (iuanl; "to In1 1:1: makers say will not injure the mOlt
'> the local court. This will be Kis.himml' ,-. Kinally it alighted an.; the leiip- tary.. ;Mis.. .Julia Smith; mien ui- t'tlllxell'-m "The lu.-I"1....... n> --barge. The l>attah! < n iiirtMen': I j tender plant It is operated on .R
i (-'" HOi-ond regular( district conference I was "boinliui'le I ,nth iU| ,11,'", and 1', \Ir.:1.; \.. \Villll.A "". fin. Us.' paten. Idlies, wiealh! *. iud 'it) exhibition drill an !! atil!! v\ I ordinary garden hose, and is mount
frame. Originally scheduledto insinuations, t that he had In! :-' I li, t I the ilose of the mei-ling, ,delightful cut Mowers; lifar mute te.-t 1 iinoiiy t' IIWIH'I'I. lII side tho big; ring ('nclo id on rubber), tired wheeln."
be played in Bartow the management !! i-eive. lli' ixi'iise seemed, )plau secured a transfer to KiHsim- lie said he had cut the U'aprsr loose, I A ".try important' meeting of thin t iivci li"oked. /1IIIId" to -tnge H realistic, him' : l>aill!>', r the March Oscillating Rain Ys
ta mee, by paying the extra rout customary I then, before cutting loose with the ] .ut.a ty will, be held, at the home urI Poultry luting' which many li,{ the evolution rhino, which operateH on a water-.
a in such cases in'order that the Chute, dropped! him clippers. ''. .\I ". Rivers, Tuesday January 211:'I. at Tlie poult' Y exhibit I.rings, oi.t Iaf held l uilillery in action will 'be illutitlaled. driven motor, deriving it* power from
KiBsunmec hoya need not be away I O' dnl' wanted to make good his I ::1:111::{() p. in. All ladies, of the Chi. stun; ; mule suiprisi-s, in the disclosure of l The ill' ill, shuin liuttlc, 1'\('? the water which, it IB uiinK to irrirule. .
from home during the county.fair. promise and sent him up again with church are urgently; requested to bepresent. .HO many, Mid such good birds us the I will Ioe l preceded by a parade of the i ( It is extremely light and e..-
Inasmuch ax. all sports and exhibitsof two pocket knives and the crowd kept; fanciers cf the county <. Wo. in tire battalion through, the down ily portable with one hand, irriatfai;
the fair have been advertised to bo a close watch lest the ]leaper should --- --- .- find there entries from tree breedersof town section of Tampa. This will to an area of 40 by 60 feet at one set
free, Coach Cason and Gordon Bul- pet a... generous with the ripen knives KIMSCOI'AMAXS ATTENB i buff Orpingtons, three of white I the first time that Tampans and \if>i- ting.' lt also, I.! a rubber tired
,lock\, 'manager and acting captain, are as he .had been with'lhu"clippers. No"toadBlabbers" I IIOCEMAN) .l'ONCFNT1TN; ( :' 1 leghorns, five of Barred Plymouth tOll from nil over the state wi'l have "water wagon" and J. W. IVttibon.
",_ endeavonjfinj to make .plain to' everybody ,rained<<1 from the sky, .. ) I ' I Hocks, six of Rhode 'Iqland!! Kedfl, ,two .had un' opportunity' ; to'>?olhe4 ,newly ire demonstrator! claims. that It will
,iJ i:! that this game is not a part'ofWJthe however, and Falrbankntade''as!,- c nt"f"; B".A'rell, ;''rectorof: ; Saint i qf light.! Dramas, 1 two I of rose'comb I j jorguuut'ilbattalion.'In! '' 1 ,;?and the Irrigate two -at'rea per duy.,
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county fair but a regular conference pretty a parachute!) drop'M has' Keen .John's Church,', with W. G' lIal.kins white! W'yandottes; one of Am'onas drill,'''4.'t('.* is certain'to( prove a* in.teresling Both 'these rain-making mach(//l"
,. (game, and will therefore not Keen for a long time, landing on the j and.1.. A. Hamilton as delegates one of black Minorca, one nf brume and Instrurtn t e a* if IstIullLnx tire un exhibition at the south end
t be classed us a free amusement of farm of Bert ]Huling, north of town. fiom the hung' and :\Ir.. G.; T. Sins t turkeys, one of Toulouse ge.sithtci- of the carnival grounds; adjoining thLulidiiif !
I. the fair. The regular admission The int'l'estingpm.t of the .story I jgeltary'i iI and ;MrsJ., (;J.V.. He charges will be made. Citizen's of I lis, however, that tht laid. "Eddii' the Woman's (Guild; ha\ r heen attending three of it'tmc cockerels. Four i".iiw.i.\" \ ,ill: In-. tlir anus-rmuu fin ,
Kissimnwe, they hope, will make this I Kail-hanks", is in .realit\ William Pir- the lioisun) ciiu\i-nti.n! of pie have inteied ,luldut". and | "MMot tin r (Lt!. :ami ,rariiiviil) These" i i "l-'ainiert. who" i-o-cporati1 dont
t tI i i
clear to all! the visitors' in order that ih, of Orlando. Tills. \\.i-. aicotdinv, I the Kpiscop.ileliiirih: ) l\\i\\ \\eek, at lornii I in ixi'lusive. -,,III u I.' .. !."tt- I I..r. i pi nv '"| to In-. :i giciti mm mull' fin, their" ship/ to come in. they
1 the people, who are in the city for the I to his statement not only! the Mrs! It i j Ol, htiulo. sparklini' ijes of a fox l.iok .: .'.. i ,nl at ,past.:, 1 faii. juiil ll.e I row out In meet it'snip n -jpeikrt!
agricultural exhibit and\ the sports t tune lie had made' u parachute |I.. I 1 I'Morula has beielnfini, . 'I') It'- 'better than *
1s e 'ip Soul lieeii'it i tioiuniilv ;al the Mill ", It'-. Eau .i.. :j.n.igi' "l 111 felt, trod' in ,,. t111111 thatthey r i't+ out
program may understand that the I "l'ut the first time he had ever taken, ,, 1l\l-.iOIHII )' district. but has "leeently nupt.ln. , ...I" r mirth. < ;KT: it.
:-itir.ti t tinn of ,
s 'i Ifo s I'ig'lub( | I the I kind: .IIr.1
fair management i is not "slipping m trip in ) ;
one a plane' As IIP cut |I"" e. Income a diocese. This is t the first" I li-> linn |1'1 J "I I
over" on them. ||' th drop was sudden) hatw I \\ill..f) I the 111.-1 t popular vti. ( The livextock of trots
HO I / sl.illid h ?i nvcntion t therefore, and \\ npie- ( "jiof > I 1':' -ni! tlH'.h."c. :j jiroHiiceiH tn
- I the knife into his C'''1t., k in: n inin sided, oxer l h> lii-bi.p'' <'''"II'r..n Mann) t tin1. win )I' show wa t the room, it I tn(., i-) tlu'i, I is to !I... tel :States III protected/ again i the
KxperL' kodak fiiiNhmg/ at MinickV: nor which lent "color" to the j""-ii I- a'- Bishop of. the Ihocesc nf Soul.. the M in whew. tI levin baby I'hos'-, , I-.w: 'iin.i.x" of' five nets ejcli ilanjti TH of various plagues ol desntestic i
Kcxail in? M 1 ti.jul nf ihr IIfl'l
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.I I Drug Store. ;O-tf.. i, fOlll1alll' lie was /notermi<< l I., in I 1- lorida.JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII . Whitis ;H.d) their iniileiiial, ninotii ,) ( big nraum aniniuN existent in ?..therountr'nH --
I hold! i-ncii-ti' .iii'l stei I I'und .
the
I'oilh i-vliibit of lletd.ii )liy, iuurantine| "reKiil-'tio!
I .inl rhi I -n" t- t I. In''
picsented' I t'lc
t. / llllllllllllllllllf/ "'" f IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl111111lIIIIIII! """ IIHIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I limas.ihr' [ only little with white,the. ,IHIowv.>oungst'TM ore! .unim'>; .fans ai-c.i
s but' willi all )kinds, and i undidus. if, I.tgumll I ino.ide.l. ,,, 'ma.fin'I', rein tin Letter, thiin in' our history haft thin. country\ been
= : visitors., / elite tin unrnt of
IuvIulll'g' and .luiticeiullagher PO inennced by foot and mouth diseas-
t.f. ,
iMiiii at tin-
lax .
s ) fair
(; aie 1 slicking' / in the ('I1I'Iot'r IK an in the past few yearn. It has
f. White division whi'e' -\iiotliei I .ittjuction 14 to litLieut..
Cecil Outlaw of existed i in European, Asiatic, and
(;it
| 01 llal'Jeinan, .
Saint (loud, has some. thoroughbredsof Re 1 Floiida aviator. South American! countries and still
I' the I l'jroc) who with K'l (Coiiu-ll/ recently
Jersey slot k. I comJploted exists
: in many of them, but our inn
1 th
All\ I longest/ Listonconlinenluluulllnne ,
together, the exlnl.it is
an << spectorn keep
s eyiepenej a clone watch and hopeto
The wages of idleness: is poverty. POVERTY ; for the friends from the 1I"r'" h tight('' girl ma'lc \by civilian prevent another entry. Other serious -
: .. to thi resilient. It 1 ialatoi) -lroni Dajton (0.. to VieatWash -
is a menace society: because it often I,: ('loqucntly cf the devotion of (('urnty .I Ile) ., and' return. Lieut. Halli'tnaii I that hll'e'I"ell diseases\' of kept domestic out are animals
. AI'ntVllsUII .iinl aides will give I'ollta'r
to his jut. I the more .,.1 ( daily rx- iou pleuroineumonin -
| rinderpe ourra
f' The Bank With == 1, since I lie has hud to Lear the hiunt., of hlbthrof -Hint flying im1) will and! Malta!\ fever.
.' O the pn-ri-xhil.it. work winkovii worked -
the to the point of ln-ing' under the
.-' DRIVES MEN! TO doctoi's\ an'. It Ise success' a demonstiiitioii -
: Ability : and an inspiration
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-= and AX K(;r-LA\i\; :: (-;--C-ONTKST---: UKIN BASS CONSTRUCTION
= G ('():M)rCTKU I IX FLORIDA COMPANY
= wrongful acts. You may not be able to row =
Willingnessto One egg: for evdy' two( days in th--
\ = around poverty but you can avoid rowing = poorest cgg-laying mouth of the year, CONTRACTORS AND J BUILDERSWOOD.
Serve in the record for each "f 25 hens be
toward it willingly if you endeavor to work longing to Lewis !Hall of Palm Beach BRICK, STONE,

county. STEEL STUCCO
and sa'e.your earnings. Small savings The home demonstration b.anth cf N. I. BASS ,
DEPOSITS INSURED the agricultural extension division, :?-12: Royal Street JACK BASS
I well University. of Florida, is conductintr 515 SprouJa AvenueCASINO
grow surprisingly as as small
expen- nn
egg-laying contest in the slate foi
I the purpose of stimulating interest in
ses. Start saving today-tomorrow wiil be poultry, of determining under what -

r'r I i e I : conditions eggs may be produced most '.
= easier. = abundantly and- economically and of
== -, i locating some of the best flocks and 1 THEATRE - '
-- =-= owners of the nUte. -Monday and Tuesday :.
= USE THIS BANK In her report for November; 1W2
=
which has just been announced, :Miss.
!Minnie M. Floyd poultry ,
specialist
conducting the contest, siryi that Mae Murray in :
= Lewis Hall collected 334 eggs' the "Broadway Rose"Admission :
n = tint month, or an average of 13.3: for ;
his 25 hen" His birds are Harred > .
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I T I Plymouth:Misn Floyd Rocks voices the opinion/ that f :

I w ;. the contest will be
a great success
} $: I I1.P Bank of Osceola County Ii and estimate.aays that its value. will be heycnd : .,!. ,'


were More. mentioned than a hundred in report contestants for November Adults Matinee 4 p.m.;j; .,

which month ia said to be 35c '
: f- Hpiir* 9 A. M. 10..3 P. M. = about the "deadest" month of the Nights, .: I \
== year for egg production. Children 20c ''t ; .
IIr 7:30 oW ,9&151
"I wish you'd send a large mouse -
;: trap to- my house." 'j

11II1I1II1I1II1I1II11I1II1I11I1II1II1I11I11I0"11I11I"11 "Yea, sir, and who is it forT" .... 1L

r! Ma ; 'III 1.l I B lfll'lilllllllllilllIIIIlIIlIlIIlIlIIlllIIlIlIIlJlIII' ) """ "" ;the, "Don't,mice,,be of Billy course., young" man; Its for Mae Murray J 4. -.....:.It !,.r t'' ,

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