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: February 2, 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: VID01101
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'- FORT PIERCE BAND ELLIS DAVIS TALKS AT NINE BOY:'SCOUTS' GET A

THE CHAMBER COMMERCE. CLEAR LAKES AND SANDY BEACHES :NEW. SCOUTMASTERRev ALARM CLOCK FOR


PLAYS HERE SUNDAYWill Stanley Meeting Bullock, Under PresIde New ,Program At First ,MAKE A' PARADISE. : OF, NEW"SISTER CITY Accepts: M.B,"Post Ayrea As Episcopal Leader Rector Of LOCALLEGION POST,-

ArrangementBy 1 VMMIMa lIH Crack Kisalmrnee Troop _
Stop In Kissimmee For .

Concert En Route To The way of diversion President Where. Less Than Four Months Ago Grew Wild Jungle For a long time the local troop'of Revival Of Interest Resultsin
Howard
Katz of the Chamber of
the Boy Scoots has been minus Snappy Meet and Plans
a
Pine And Palmetto A Modern Is
South Florida FairC. Commerce inaugurated yesterday a City Coming Into scoutmaster. Captain Cundy, and

new plan for program at the chamber Being To Surpass Famed Beauty Spots deputy district scout commissioner, For Big_Shindig Soon

F. Ordway. of Fort Pierce, call meetings. Each meeting, under this Oscar E. Baynard, of Orlando, have
ed the office of The Gazette Tues plan, will be presided over by one of In Scenic_Splendor been coming to Kissimmee to meet ,No.buddy! That wasn't "taps" you
day and stated that the Fort; Pierce the members, who shall also be re. 1-- with and train the boys at their own heard, it was snoring. The American
Legion Post in
band of twenty-six Kissimmee pieces will be day.sponsible Yesterday for the was program the first for meet the One gets so accustomed to hearing the water everywhere he has fringed the epense Scout and purely cause. out The of devotion Kissimmee to dead-just sleeping.KIsimmee The morning wasn't
passing through Sunday about new orange being start- the lakes with reflected after the before
groves
ing under this plan, and was ably vegetation night when waking
cn its way to the South Florida Fair ''conducted by Staaley Bullock ed in Florida that the advent of one in all the waters he sees the fish disport scoutmaster, Leo H. Wilson, had to conies, frequently results in good
and Gasparilla Carnival and wouldbe A number of matters of business more causes little excitement. It becomes themselves. The lakes all lend give up his leadership of the troop resolutions. Twas thus with the local
glad to stop off for a while Sunday when he went to the hospital some ,
were discussed which lack of space merely another name. Fortwoor themselves- marginal drives and time post, and ..-It.ot up-to-strangle
afternoon for a concert if the cit three months street conversationhas !he sees the ideal ago, and was preventedfrom the alarm
prevents chronicling this week, but again/ .'ever present resuming the post when he returned clock it hit for the old safe
Citizen ,
desired.
izens of Kisfimmee so carried the words building sites.
which will be printed later. Miss frequently ty razor instead of going back for
by an already toot large list of public
s of Kissimmee did, and do. J. D. Latha Coen, of Indiana, was presentas "Pel feet ion Orange Company" and Here stands a corner stone, and activities. his another little snooze. And something
Woodbeck director of the Kissimmee the guest of F. A. Nave, and addressed 0 0 the average citizen who i i. interestedin north and south stretches a wide he During incumbency got started.
Concert Band, was very cordial in retarding the chamber with some well "whatevcr.boosts Florida" has subconsciously Cleared passage, the future Orange got a troop started and trained in W. J. Steed, post adjutant of the
work which has since
his sentiments in favor of chosen and significant remarks on been pleased and given avenue extending to Lake Serene and preliminary W. :)'. Makinson Post of the AmerIcan
under the of the Orlandomen
inviting the Fort Pierce band to play the subject: of buildingand loan associations. the name no special significance. Investors merging into the contemplated Serene made tutelage for itself in Scout Legion evidently set the alarm
in this city, as was Secretary U. J. Mr. Nave ld of her success from northern states have Drive. East and west one sees circles. He a name clock which somebody wound up: At
to
-was obliged resignthe
Burrowr of the Chamber of Commerce in such an association, which come and become enthusiastically Central avenue just a few short rods position and the any rate he called\ a meeting of mem
committee
and everyone-rte interviewed.Mr. was started in a town of 3000 people commendatory and financially Inter- to the railroad tracks where soon will troop bers of! the Post and such other ex-
Ordway could not state the land which now has a capital of about ested, but the citizen of Kisfimmee arise a railroad station in keeping in accepted which the his resignation with Then regret, service' men as he could' notify, for
exact:': time ,his band would arrive in and half millions. has complacently smiled and been with. the general tone. The opposite boys joined. camea Tuesday night.A .
Kissimmee but expects it to be in the I I. Ellis F.a Davis, Kissimmee attorney, glad that another "northerner" had direction leads to the top of the gen- period of trying to find a worthy dozen ex-service men met at the

neighborhood of one o'clock. The was the main rpeaker) of theday, I.ecome infected with the usual Flor- tle slope which seems to beckon cn- successor.Good smiled when Chamber of Commerce Mr. Steed
Fort Pierce musicians will come, over I choosing as 'his subject, "Civic Cooperation ida "fever." Directly questioned, he ward to other secrets of the men of the Rev.fortune M. finally.Kissimmee stated the purpose of the meeting to
from Melbourne to Saint Cloud, playing and Beautification" whichhe has probably replied, indifferently vision who see, in all the visitor has B. Ayres of came to be an inquiry as to whether there was
there in the morning and will discussed in a manner both ellI )- because familiarity with wonders seen a splendid city ot: ideals. But as church rector Saint with John's him Episcopal any reason why Kissimmee should

probably be in Kissimmee shortly I jquent and weighty. His chief theme ,I 1 breeds placidity, if nothing more, the actualities- are there. Perhapsthe enthusiasm ,for bringing civic, betterment an not; have a live post of the American
after dinner. They will play at the was street paving and beautification "Oh that's the Nave grove proposition guest was made acquainted with which has felt in Legion. He recited a little ancient
been
Tampa fair in connection with the and he presented what many speakersdo that Steed, Mukinson, and Judge the plans four months ago. If he already vital various history as to the gradually acquired
and in-
Saint Lucie county exhibits. The band not, plans for working "but these Comer, and those men are" interested was, and if he had been over the ways, possessing a sleeping sickness of the one-time
terest in boys' work. The need for
has a very good reputation and this theories. The talk was the best heardat in." And Mr. Average Citizen has ground before the plans began to such to fill the with the post, and put it up to the assembled
a man job
city is fortunate in being able to entertain the clamber: in sonic time, anc! not become excited or sufficiently fructify, he self-answeringly asks Scouts was presented to him, and! he men to decide whether an effort
them.Meanwhile. I merited discussion and action, but un interested to take a couple of hours himself if what he sees has actually has the should be made to revive the post and
the Kissimmee band: is fortunately the time was more than off and look the proposition over. But been done in so short a space. of time. accepted post. make it a going concern. There were

going ahead with rehearsals for its I t up when he had finished and adjourn- many have. And those who have done On his previous visit these wide The Woman's Christian Temperance present R. M. Angas, Rev. M. B.
play. "The Girl of the Flying X," ment was necessary. his remarks.' so have) come back with a new enthusiasm thoroughfares were pine and oak Union will entertain at the Ayrea J. C., Buckets, George-Flautt;, -
which will be presented in the near! and the subsequent action to be taken and a new vision. trees, o'tr' hanging the palmetto and Chapter House, February 9, at 8 A. T. French, Jim Hopkins, Joe John
future. Looking over the first re. will be discussed in The Gazette later. Skirting the shore of what was jumbled native plants. Today he has \ 1. A special invitation extended to p. ston. Phil L. Moore, Clyde Nelson! ,
lunrsals one is impressed with the I I Next Thursday's luncheonmeetingwill formerly known as Sand Lake, but. passed various plowed fields of greater all tourists. Good and a Walter Nelson, W. J. Steed, and Leo
.serious attention the players are giving be in charge of Attorney W. J. is in reality, "Lake Eureka," one or less dimensions. But he has good time promised to program all. Free will II. Wilson.
to their lines and with the interesting I Steed. comes to the city limits of Silver another surprise in store. lie pro. Various men spoke in response to

: story of the pUy itself. The I Point, its natural beauty crying for ceeds alone Central avenue. At the offering. _ _ _ _ the adjutant's inquiry, and with una-
comedy I in I spontaneous arid not recognition as an inevitable city of top of the hill he stalls his engine and nimity of opinion in that each
"dragged in by the heels." The band II, LOCALS WON SECOND beautiful homes with "1 beach and motor sits in wonderment at the changes he I KISSIMMEE LEADERS thought a post should be maintainedin
hJiould play to good houses arid augment I' boat and unsurpassed fishing and sees.Before Kissimmee provided the men real-
its exchequer substantially. I : bathing, while the first glance discloses -I him lie one hundred acres ly wanted it, and that there were
Collections of pledges to the hand GAME FROM BARTOW resources which tell an elo I where grew the pines. Here and ATTEND SCOUT CAMP more than enough ex-service men

are proceeding more slowly than had ,I I 9.uent .Rtory of potential fortune I there a fire is burning one of the few here to maintain it, that it could be
been hoped for, but now and then exceedingly Lntc-ring the figurative gates of the remaining stumps. Men and horses of service to the city in numerous
encouraging events .t.ke Defeated Summerlin Again city along a narrow stretch of high I are at work. The field is checked off Five "Non-Corns" From Local ways; and that the city was not living

place. For instance, Mr. Woo-Jbe-k !I On Their Court Held ground bordered on either side by with regular furrows. High piles of WeekEnd up to its possibilities withoutone.
is in receipt of the following letto- 'I : lapping waters of two of the nine I bulging fertilizer sacks border the Troop Spent Having gotten these ideas out

with check enclosed which might Them To. One Goal lakes inside or bordering the property hundred acre field. Huge rolls of At Lake Conway of the system; the old esprit de corps

well be emulated by more of Kissim-,i i ___ the visitor id struck by its pro fencing \viic stanj ncuiby. If the thermometer began to rise and short-
mee's citizenr: I I Osceola High school's boys' basketball pinquity to made-to-ol'h'r perfection. I visitor is acquainted with Florida Seventeen Boy Scouts from Orlando ly the pen developed which led to

"Mrs. Johanna Rinjrel presents' her 1 team continued its! winning! For verily Silver I'oint hai the I possibilities farming methcds these furrows 'tell Kissimmec. Tavares, and .EnJerprise. :: making definite plans.
compliments to Mr. Woodbeck, and streak last Friday night, annexing which call forth superla- their own tale of development, for he camped on the shores of Lake "."The big idea was that on Tuesday
wishes to show her appicciationthe .j>(, thai&*,flrit' away from home game by tives. I is looking nt the preparations for im- Conway In a patrol leaders'!'! camp last February 13, at the Fireman's Hall,
excellent music furnished i by the a score of 13 to 2 against Sum,ncrlin! The flit)! trance merges into a gently; I mediate planting which will transform Friday afternoon until Sunday noon. I there should be put on a rip-snorting.
band on Thursdays arftl Sunday, by Institute ..4t.- artow. The week be. I sloping hill rising 1 by tree-canopied the pine forest of four months Emerron Squires, senior patrol leador affair of some sort with plenty of
inclosing\ her check for $15.:> I I I fore they had played the 'same team i winding road to the elevation where I ago into a gigantic watermelon patch. of the Kissimmee troop was in good eats and no admission tickets

"Mrs. Rinfrel trusts that sufficient on the Klssimmee couit and won by : begin the orange groves. Surely here! I aiecUal of the truth about Silver charge of the local contingent, which I fast and furious program ranging
contributions will be received to enable a 19 to 11 count. This makes theo is the ideal place for a home, and a I Point sounds like fiction. It cannot included Richard Bandy and John from-but that would be telling! To
the music to be continued the i third straight win for the local boys, i grove. Straight down the hill a few 'I! be described without the use of su- Sanderson, patrol leader and assist- this doings should be invited all ex-
remainder of the season." j'i[the game previous to the first Bar- rods stretches a lake and the clearnEss 1 I pc: lutives.! The past four months ant, respectively, of the Bob White I service men in the city, who, sitting
The regular concert of the Kisslmince tow engagement being a 12 to 8 win of the water is striking whileon have brought about developments difficult patrol, and Clayton Yates and Arthur as diagnosticians, should decide
Cinccrt Band will take place over Lakeland. Lakeland is. the only distant shores the foliage is miitcred '- to realize. And wonderful Steed, leader and assistant of the whether the patient had wakened or
Sunday afternoon: at 4 o'clock. j I team met so far in the district con- with bewitching appeal. The promises are made. When one uses Beaver patrol. The camp was in had merely rolled over for another.
,, ference series, but if the early season invitation is irristible, and the visitor : -.'his eyes, and his knowledge of Florida charge of District Scout Executive snooze. As a matter of fact the pa.
MICHIGAN MAN BUYS ', "dope" can be relied upon KIs- now under the spell of the I I possibilities, he can not help Harold J. Boyd, of Clermont and tient finished up the evening, in a
KISSIMMEE PARK I fcimmee stands a good chance of "romtthing; which is there" goes, to '' placing faith in those"possibilities. If District Deputy Scout CommissionerOscar state of health and preservation
Caching the top of the district schedule the water's edge. A splash is heard, he. has vision lie will mount the E. Baynard,'of Orlando. Scout which showed the diagnosis-won't be I
William G. Kenney, of Lansing by virtue of Lakeland's CO-60 and staring in wonderment he sees : height enthusiasm. For it verily Masters Wakeland and Myers, of necessary, that it is plumb wide
Michigan,' but of Florida for the past split with Tama,.,Tampa's defeat of not one-' but many, finny dwellers in. reems: Ill' if all the things which ge Tavares.and Enterprise were in at,' i awake with the blankets rolled '.up,
nine winters, has purchased the Dep- j Clearwater and Clearwater's victory the waters of the lake. The hyacinthsand j toward making successful communities tendance with their boys. and ready to entrain.
ler interests at Kissimmee Park including and -cities' found Silver Dy mutual consent committed
over Saint Petersburg. other water vegetation'are conspicuous I are at The morning' work started with a
all the McCool properties and ,> Tuesday night's game showed by their total absence, and Point. Situated on the Kissimmee. calisthenics and the days were spent was designated to map out a campaign
most of the rest of the park. Three marked improvement among the Os- instead of the dark soil so often i Apopka 1 branch of the Atlantic CoastLine in lectures on the duties of patrol of eats and pleasure and another
orange groves are in the purchase) i, reola boys in the defensive side of found at water's edge he 'sees the i its payroll and business makesI leaders and kindred subjects, swim- one to recruit. The program lj .
which war of 1186 acres, the consideration I| the game. The line up was changed I sandy bottom ever deeper as far as I i of especial interest to Kissimmee, mime, and other Scout matters. Sun- committee is Jce Johnston chairman;
being in the neighborhood of I somewhat, with "Sapho" Simpson at sight is possible, with crystal clear- I I I aside from the general good whichall duy iorning Rev. Johnson, of Orlando Walter Nelson, and Mr. Ayres withJ.
$75,000. Mr. Kenney expects his superintendent j, guard and Uly Chapman at forward. ness showing the ridges in the. sand ,[ communities of the state derive conducted a Sunday school class C. Buckels as utility man for his
in the near future, and i ihe I The results were more than satisfactory where miniature breakers ape the I;I from the success of another. fcr all the boys. At night, around specialties pursuant to prearranged(
will develop the property, some Qf Simpson playing a good defensive oceans. He feels the sands, the soft I i I If the praise which its admirers are the camp fire, Kelly drills and stories agreements with the: post adjutant.
it to re-sell., I in his best game this year, while carpet for the bathers' feet, but on I I I giving Silver Point sounds extrava- were the usual events, with an excellent The publicity committee is Jim Hopkins -
Mr. Kenney is very enthusiastic Chapman hooped a couple of field closer inspection a coarse product ''gant the hearer should consider the lecture on aationomy Saturday I chairman; Phil L. Moore, andA.
about this section of Florida. lie i goals in obis new position. Chapman which spells untold dollars in building: : facts as he sees thenr. lie cannot get night by an ex-college professor now T. French. The time i is Tuesday
owns property in nine counties of the had in the rrevioulI' Bartow game, material. Behind him he sees a lit- away from natural resources, the residing in Orlando, who instructedthe night, February 13. The place is
ftate and nays he considers the property scored several while playing tle hole which recalls pilgrimages I soils, the scenic wonders. He need Scouts in star reading and con Fireman's Hall, in Kissimmee. The
he baa Just purchased without guard and should develop into a for fh'hinlbait: but again, a more do but little figuring to see the possibilities stellations. Some of the boys demon- participants will be all the exservicemen
doubt the otfiiest soils for general good forward, while Jack is better tentive! look unfolds now at-I of the acreage to be plantedin strated "fire by fiiftion"-successfully in the city. The text will be
trucking and for citrus that he has I cast as a guard than... as a forward. I Underlying. the top soil, pay-as-they-go crops when he them being Emerson vats, the collection will be A. W. O.
ever seen anywhere. lie will make : Friday's line-up was as follows: whioh grows luxuriant grass he j views the hundred acres being planted among of Kiwsimmee. L., the music will be plenty, and the

Ihis winter home either at the park j i Kissimmee (13)) Bartow ((2) finds deep layers of marl aidglancing I \* to melons. If be knows anything Squires Each; Scout in attendance brought benediction will be along toward

in Kissimmee. I I Chapman forward Philips around over the vastpropeiiiea about citrus fruits. the potential his "pup tent" and cooking paraph- mcrning sometime.

Tyner forward Dean his imagination shows hima wealth in 2100 acres of soil such as ernalia, and the camp was hugely en-
LAKE CITY MOTORCADEWILL C. Bullock centre Johnson boulevard around the water's edge, I he beholds cannot but impress him. joyed, along with the benefits gained AGREE WARNS ABOUT
Harris guard Burnett and beautiful streets in embryo. He Bees the deposits of marl staring therefrom, by the entire crowd. .
Simpson guard Bartleson I Surely this is the place for the home him in the face. He does not needto A number; of the Scouts of the local

ViSIT.KJSSIMMEE Summary: Goals from field, Kissimmee of his unsung dreams, the only placeof be told about the fishing for they troop parsed; a merit badge test in BILLS -
of kind in the world! But it is swim right before him good sized I ADVERTISING -
Bullock 4, Chapman, 2; j civics last week, given upon the direction -
Bartow, Dean. Foul goals, Kis.iimme not.He ones in water as clear[ 'as! can be of the school department, by
Columbia County and Lake o .. Bullock. has been enthralled by the found. The sandy: beach which the Mrs. F. C. Bryan. Those passine the Call Attention of Osc ola
I beauties and visions of possibilitiesof transparent water discloses as far as tests Richard Bandy, Edgar
were
City Chambers of Commerce Nelson Makinson spent Monday in Lake Eureka. Across the narrow he can see has an almost irrisistible Beeland, Garland Hankins, McClure People To Governor's In-

Coming With Band Orlando on business. I ntik which he traversed Is Lake appeal to the bather, while the commercial Lupfcr, and Alfied Wilson. tention Regarding Law
-- Soiene, a little farther Lake 1.0001,1 possibilities of that extra

WANT EXTRA MONTH FOR SEVENTH again Lake ArthurJ Lake Ibetta, nine quality sand cannot be overlooked. FRANKS SYSTEM FOR PRESERVING ,
Scctetary U. J. Burrows,. of the of the m in on the shores of Five miles of beach are inthe contemplated Hon. C. S. Acree, representative of
Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce, is : AND--EIGHTH- GRADES each he is to find the same pOBSibili- city, many of the nine ; MILK TO BE TESTED Osceola county in the coming legislature -

in receitp of a letter from R. J. Blank The district school board has rctvconnnended tier: for the luxuries of that home lakes connecting end providing approximately Next Tuesday afternoon, at 12:30:: , is urging the citizens of the
of the Columbia county chumber which his! experience trans- for to bear in mind the declara-
to the county board of present a twenty-mile course at the San Juan hotel in Orlando, a county
advising him that the motorcade 01 duration! that the seventh and eighth I foims from the realms of aircastles motqr; boats. Two hundred and fifty cylinder of milk which wax put up by tirn of the governor regarding his
the Columbia chamber and the Co I grade of the Kissimmee schools be f into possible realities. hcmesites are there and I sixteen hun- the; Franks fourteen days be- intention to abide. by the law requir-
lumbia-Hamilton Motor Club \vill stopin i He out from the dred for and process advertisement of proposed bills
I continue: for nine months instead of passel among acres groves vineyards. fore will he opened and tested. The ing
Klssimmec on the morning of eight.; : It is proposed that the teach I oaks through long stretches pf pine All these things, aside from some not tests will be made hy chemists, bacteriologists \pertaining to matteis of local nature.
Thursday February 8. According to ers shall be paid for the extra month I and with fairy-like regularity comes catalogued and probably others not ,' and dairymen, includingtwo The law provides that all bills of local -,
Mr. Blank there will be about twen- from the district funds. 'upon another scene which leaves him yet discovered are to 1 blame for the I from Kissimmec. The milk is nature shall be advertised in the

ty-five care in the motorcade which The high school at Kissimmee has I speechless. For everywhere, it seems, enthusiasm of its admirers. Theirs fow.at the Bank of Orange and" Trust county which would be affected by
leave Lake City Wednesday, comingvia for ten years been on the accieditedlist the great Landscape Gardener has is the fault if the place be called the ] Company their passage for sixty .days prior to

High Springs, Gainesville Ocala, of the Southern Association; of I II [I placed a knoll with gradual slope to than-whichest of them all. The system for picservine milk is their introduction in the legislature.

Leesburg, Eustis, Mount Dora, and I Colleges, a distinction granted only I one of great interest to Kiss'mmee It has been stated that Governor
Apopka to Orlando, where they will -- Hardee has declared in positive terms
I to high schools with nine months. people and a considerable number are
spend the night, coming to Kiosimmee period of school work. QUARTETTE NEXT WOMAN'S 'I METHODISTS ENTERTAIN PAS- planning to attend the test. that should any local bills be passed
early in the morning. After eating ----,-- which have not had the required
TOR AT TUCKER HOME
Kissimmee strawberries and play MORE SHORTCAKE AND CANDY CLUB NUMBERS'.cond WOMAN'S' CLUB MEETS amount of advertising, he will not
ing some band music they proceed to -- I -- sign them.
Tampa, stopping at Haines City The Ladies Aid Society of the Number Of Lyceum: CourseTo The spacious suburban home of TUESDAY Mr. Acree expresses his desire to

Lakeland, and Plant City. Christian church will again sell lake Place: February 15 At I Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker presented The executive board of the Wornan's be of the utmost assistance to the
-
The motorcade is being conducted strawberry shortcake with whipped High School Building fi I a lively scene Thursday even- Club will meet at the Chapter county during his term of office, and
4 in the interest of the central and cream, and hot coffee, Saturday, be- i ing, when the board of stewards of in order that there may be no difficulty -
House next Tuesday afternoon, at ; 1,
south Florida highways, as well As' ginning at 11 a. m., at the old Central Music lovers will get another treat the Methodist church, of which Mr. i2:30 o'clock. experienced in getting through
for the purpose of letting Columbia drug store building.The on Thursday, February 15, when the i Tucker is chairman, entertained in : such needed legislation pertaining to
At three the club will hold !its
county folks get acquainted with the i Christian Endeavor will also second number of the lyceum course honor-of Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Norton,.I which Osceola county matters as may be introduced 4*.
will be addressed by
other folks along roads Nos. 2 and 5. sell homemade candy orange fudge will occur under the auspices of theWoman's the new pastor and his wife. I. Mrs.meeting A. B. Whitman president of the is urging strict compliance t
divinity fudge, etc.FREE Club of Kissimmee. The at- I About fifty guests were present, with the law. According to him it .f
Soroais Club of Orlando. -
HORSESHOE PITCHERS ATTENTION traction this time will be the Kauf- and the evening was spent in playing will be necessary to start advertising
CONCERTThe mann Male Quartette and Mabel Kel- games, listening to good singing and: LONG TIME POSTAl. proposed bills at least by the first of '

| ly-Steinecker.. I general social intercourse.. I EMPLOYEE RESIGNSSam March as there will be little opportunity : ,.
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Boys Drum and Cornet Corpsof Press notices regarding this group I I Refreshment of strawberry shortcake ; for passage of local bills. i( in. ,t :
There will be a, meeting of the the Georgia Industrial Home, Macon of artists are most extravagant, some and coffee were ezvei.A. : L. Lupfer Jr., for nine- years troduced after the first of May. II. :,,
Horseshoe Club on Monday night. 8 "Ga., wUl give a free concert at critic even pronouncing them to be.' the hour grew late all returnedto ,I city mail carrier. has resigned., his advises quicker! action than that however '1!(
o'clock at\\ the grounds for the purpose the high school auditoRium r.ext Wednesday "the best organization of its kind in their several homes' feeling they post with Uncle Sam, and will henceforth .awl suggests that any contemplated
of electing .;a new secretary- February; 7. I I Americs." Mabel Kelly-Steinecker, had spent a pleasant and profitable ., devote his entire time 'to the bills be advertised at Once..< 11
treasurer', and transacting such other I I This bind is making its annualtourof the wife of one of the members of evening and that more entertainments insurance business. Her has recently ,

business as 'P"a' come before..the"rneetirg I I Florida lathe interest of the the quartette, is said to be a most of this .nature would bp good been appointed local representative of Mrs, J. D. WocdbecV is 'leaving?, '
: A f"lI'"U..danee |s-eiirei.: Home. which it represents, and,is-said pleasingand versatile 'reader, and a for. the church as well ai the'individ'I' the New York Life, .Insurance Com.. Sunday for Atlanta to blly'he..new. ;
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f The Biggest Thing. in Central l So. Florida This [ ( POINTERS] > Airs.; W.-S..Graham. 4

M )IVrfoot Fatlsttlctlon aiinrnnti'tcl.C. n.iw''Ulur
-IS ,,1'1IE- 11'|' J.J JU.JI. WILSON: ,; COUNTY: AU1N'l'::: tAUt WOHK A SPJ.CIAL'l'Y il .r
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Prune the ci'trua ti ear!' now If ).ou' ,.,. Phone '235 105 Park AVC.
: ''have neglected tiaiiv( ho up to thin '4' sraiI
FairALL .
Mid-Winter
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VOL Sub-Tropical time. Especially is it heceatiury to lute I <'< :'.x..c.x- 'd'dN:ca'
out dead wcod. If the trees have I
t 'M'Hie or wljitclly smut caused from : 1 1I
Editor HO ADS LEAD TO ORLANDO 1. sooty mold, after, a thorough pruning:, I I B. DICKERSONCUA'TUACTOjirAN I
"pru'y your trees will oil emulsion liei t
AealatTIl For Fourteen Consecutive Years to has Been Growing-It Has -I i fore the new growth -and bloom U BUILDER) ___

Cost Mony-Time-ami Prodigious Effort To Build the Most Artistic : !ccmc-H. If these comJH'ons are" not tn Wtiu l. Erick' ur Stone. Also ir
Exposition In the :State. It is not a mushroom growth but actually "I. present, avoid spraying, for it costs I tube !i-lHylnK 'i'"..I I'laoti'l'lli;_ ___

require the constant labor of the whole year to bring it to : $5.00 to spray If when have there nivlnnis It n;*> just and VJI: lll K ,s'nllh'rq. : ___ _

The J 'perfection. You have your part in it. citrus cause. scab, you spray the trees ten to ,

publisnlee You can help make it hum. Arrangements have been, made to twenty days after the bloom has set, ( F. xninna w. j. ST1 7D

the hacur i I show the beEt of the. Products, Citrus, Garden, Field, :Manufacture, : with liarileaux-oil! mad by combining KRIBBS & STEED
at t Home Demonstration, Health, Stock, Poultry, Art, Needleeraft, etc. a 3-3-50 I bordeaux mixture and three 1 1 :
quails of oil emulsion. This I spray I AKarnrr ..d reueul.rs .< Law
had a t I Johnnie J. Jones' Shows have a part. So have the Ferris Wheel mixture (fives <>u results in two distinct I Iel.si.ee. IlorldaGea.r.l

ago, b Girls Joe Killjoy will frolic and the Earle Sisters Will perform.The : .wa8i; bv "iving you a fungicidewith I 1 *!..<.CI.! .* I. all et.te sad
no wa I. Dellamcad Troupe of Girls are said! to be the finest posers! in they We V l the country. = mclanose. seal), witherti und other I| Pu na" Made the Difference

in the I Race practicing/ diseases! while the oil (rives you an insecticide ".\1' JOHNSTON n. P. OAHHKTT ,

was n Sixty Horses now to us" whitefl-1 larvae, and! JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW EQUAL In laying ability. But the hen on the
zette Kennel Club Dog Show. - j" scale Plant insects. in well right was fed a common Brain ration while .. 'd
your spring crops prepared -
high with This is your Fair. Help to make it yours. Bring something to it. soil for ood results and keep Offices ID, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank the other was fed Purina Chicken Chowder and
High up the cultivation until, the crop is 1 : Purina Hen Chow. Grains have lots of material I
't Come Yourself. Bring Your Family. Building.K1SSJM.MKB ;.
to enc properly made. .for yolks, but far too little for whites. As theycan't ,
time . Our county in lacking in the p"oduc- : 1 i.i.4)II11lAI hens fewer
Reduced Rates On All Railroads lay yolks only, grained lay eggs. 3j
we shone ilL. I lion of grain cops, with- nost reason. i iI
o !; Where you are doing general '.
s ;; farming, by all means see t that you I I 1 Purina Poultry Chow* FeeJfmm ;
No. B3 TlcBI -
Orlando Florida I produ? crops that are sure to makeif I I Tt )epliunea-Olie'| (Idriiiv, :No, 313.I' : -t form eompl-t. radon contain- C hem tb mJ. ...
Tit cared Sonic of soil
for.
j properly our number
vel- Mourn: 30 6OoI : inc material for an equal
will make excellent corn, (cowpean of white and
The I .8 yolks. They get
High I vet beanshfgitarweed, cassava, psai I DR. B. L. WiLKERSONUlvrlcr I the most out of your bens, and
t i nuts sweet )potatoes, =Napier, grnux for j
looks eatth.f.edingcoatp.rdozenegga.MoreF.gQa ,
-r echoo .bruary 13-17 1923 j f j forage, and U number of other crops. ; !| I i ii RINA PVRIP
r'Gc't"', two nrilk yin | I . Guarantee
thing : or more good cows' i (,far.- Our The R'-. ,11) Slur 1
I. the farm Feed them well on the rtopIptrodured -- Yuugayoutmon.yb.ckilptdn. HUIJ
temp eucce W. 12. O'NEAL, 1'1('". JAS. L. (,11.1TI"'U :;'' | laud' they will nuke! you a I -- -,-- -- ----- Chicken erAnd Purina Ilea (gSStrpR1/
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sport X 11 11. DICKSONPres.! C. E. HOWARD, Stcy.t pro- ap ee a?
leticau. 1 ; 4 out field.produce again by l turning, i I Auto License1 dace more egg than any other ....
31rtt ,ihatk in the soil. the t'ei, tili/.er productJI j on. Why should off w
lees. n +&>+4+H 4<-tri<-<+:'0@fih-0'9'OC }i 4'vr b4< G'4}.; I them through, the feeding, of the Income Tux Returns- or other ac I trial when wa take you the put risk

grain/ and foiage iro'p*. .
estab 'ounlllnt01 k I
j farm should have fine lot tDelivered promptly by
Every a
tore Room 1'1, State! Dank Building
stand 11. HAROLD I1UMK, :M 1'. SIMMONS! U. A. :Moid!JS" (lN. Jll.. of chickcn, not the mixelheedsbut) ( J JI
President. Vice 1'ifHitlent Sec. & Tri-as. the stiuins of tl.e bleed like
bid pure you |I I JESSIE I PTJCLEINMAN? I
this Best Fertilizer Insecticide Sprayer Poultry Supplied I best. For, the farm the dual purpose ..._ j
in alearn Honest Gooda Fair Prices Prompt ShipmentAsk ( fowl I will answir the best., The '
1 Yom--Helghfaor Knowg Haired .R.ail..lthi1I.1chlunJ: : Red and! DR. R. J. DENNING FLORIDA FEED STORES
[the White Wy.lI1llott.ould l I.e the
mean t tT GET NhW FALL PRICELI3F BEFORE BUYING.E. three to choose from. Ifou want DENTISTOver

0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida i strictly OP"' produce, get the White the Postoffice.
j L."lI"lw"'n, or sonic, other small laying OFFICE HOURS >9> to 11.30.! 1.80 to I
tea bird I. Residence Phone 174- 306 Broadway
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-Office Phone 15
I I FORMER K1SS1MMKK:
count J. 7. ThompsonStore I ('OI' nUI'CETS; HAN'D- I TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
the >iTHB I' I SOME' tTP I IN CAROLINAH. i
Bon 4 I P. A. VANS AGNEW '
E. Haley, general roadnmstcr j'j'I
sad Chapel Licensed Funeral Directoron fur the Atlantic' Coast Line Railwayfoi I ATTORNEY.A.T.LAW Call Up No. 218

a section of the fir-t division, was OFFICES I
M Sinc r*. Sympathetic S. "i<:. 1m Rrntmrm Inst week prevented. a handsome silver J Winter Park, Florida I, ( TWO.ONEEICHT \
Stewart Avmnu All..Patron loving cup for having the be.-t I
track on the, entire Coast Line sys-
Kittimmt High Grade Ambulance Service at Call I h'm. at a banquet! held at the Y.1.: I 'OcH'O: -:-:-:-:..:-.:-:-<- ,
office. 249 PHONES Residence: 78 C. A., lit Rocky :Mount, North Caro i8 t
lina. The cup, which is given for the TI'RXER MARBLE GRANITE :

w. first time this year was offered byLsinaii l<' i ro.MPANV, TAMPA *
)Delano, executive vicepresident fi
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Get Your Job from the Gazette, of( the Coast Line !system\ and. MONUMENTS I You
Printing Valley was awarded! following a detailed inspection C' : too
= of the track (over the entire I 4 ,
1'riz M. .1. Crowdcr, Agent, Kiasirninre 4
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.. It will I be each .
--- ---- -- system. awarded yearto 4 have beautiful
can
the roadmaster whose tack: is pro- < -:-:-:-,.<------x---'..<--:-:,.:-:-:-:":' I floor.mmDm.-
-- - -r- nounce.1 the !best, and in the' event I
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::11 ill illf master, shall win it three times it
ann will become his I
-' permanent ,property.' CITY
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I"" the A. C. L., and as a citycouncil- MEAT
man. JACKET '
wi improves the of
appearance the entire room
ere r l :f. II : Gels Pleasant Surprise and it takes w little work to keep well painted

the THE UNIVERSAL.CAR. Fresh Meat and floors in splendid condition. "
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VegetablesPhone
sick
I vciy with his stomach, which ua in the morning with a beautiful eutr.ce that will
I had been troubling him for several .
elo I tend hard usage end Iri". longest wear without erseling .
years. Three doctors suit he hadancer i
or pe"J.nR. Hele will
: ; i not mar end water will not
and one said l it was gall stones 44 discolor Pea G.. Floor Paint.
Jo I II I
i | all agreed an operation necessary' fir
I but on account of his age' I was I _ ..... \ \
coC I II | afiaid to risk it. I told, a friend --- j
r about it who said his wife had. been "' N4PQh<-:-Q 0404'lN'044 j8 N.a ",.011
I I II through I' the same trouble and had

I AIi :, been cured! by taking! Mayr's Won- M. TILLER

,lerful Remedy. I at once bought a *.a Cea Floor Plml I,
I lithe for father and he j is now as Real Estate Ageocy.e..ea.e.e.e..ee..e.a..e.esee.e I B..da ,n nine beautiful
Clore lUt will Iwrmonir
>truig, as a bear' and can eat wah th. color oi A
!Ii I Regular ham an I cabbage* than /any :'i mon.l aar room la the rHm Kou..
I It I lemoves the catarrhal mucus Really! Bought and sold. Aik roe F... Paint Book
I t (I I the mte-.tinal tract, and allays the in- I (Houses rented.! and Color CarJi or writs la

\ ;" vet-a b out I i' nj tlammation]! stomach which liver and causes intestinal pnutiially ail- Taxes! paid and Titles verified - Pcaalee-CeullH> Co.. Inc

L II menfs, including > appendicitis.) One for non-iesiJtnts. M._..... ....
I dose will convince or money refunded Fire Life and LOUISVILLE, KY.
I Accident In- 1 I l lIll
at J. Z. Rohl'l'sun's.ywhl'l'e. and druggists
a (.\'.... surance.
i Indemnity Bonds
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Thirsty days!' hath September,
hv4 Vii'. t I April, June and November. I I I
I All the rest arc thirsty t-o, I
I ,I Unless, you make, yo'ul' own home l 4

brew. I Nose ?
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I OSCEOLA HAKDWAKE COMPANY

d, I quickly clears it.
.v I Kissimmee, Florida ..



I SANITARY DAiRYCo'S

MILK 6-ICE CREAM -- .-

THE Ford runabout is just what its name I I i '"

r implies-it's a regular "get-about." I ; I'
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There is no other car that will take you '' ,

there and back again, quicker, safer and :

more. economically. Il III I 'I Home For Those Away, From Home I

It's. the car for the man of action-the
I 'I i Allractively Decorated BUILDING [FOR SALE
farmer
the merchant, the doctor, the I I

J contractor, the collector-the car that is 1'I1ONE'I'iiE: : MII.K- Weekly Rates( I \

useful every day of the year. I i M.NGet Phone 221 I II TEN BY TWELVE FEET

I Low in the cost of maintenance, with all I 'I' Excellent MealsNEID'S I'I TIN ROOF

;, \I i of the sturdy strength, dependability and ","Ii ii ua on the wire and

\j n reliability for which Ford cars are noted. : I tell us to deliver your I I CEILEDWIRED -
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: I' On account of the unusual demand we urge that 'II il milk every morning.It'll HEALING BATHS

.. your orders t>. placed as early as possible. 1'1 I j I make your shopping -
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Recommended for: Rheumatism r .......
,(. you have a milk of nplen-: all kinds!! and
M. C. I did, wholesome 01 Skin Diseases and Stomach
/" ,f AUTREY qualities.KISSIMMEE.FIA.PH&NE:2QJ, Troubles, APPLY
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"'I NOT. AN 'EXPERIMENT, BUT AN EXTENSION OF AN ALREADY PRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT



Perfection Orange:I:': 'C 0 Orlando._Orange Common Stock $150,000.00.CAPITALIZATION' .Par Value $100.00

County, Florida, Stock fully paid and non-assesaible.

.. ENTIRE capital stock subscribed. for ,and fully paid.
(Incorporated under ,)';!tae Laws of Florida) .


OFFERING *;"nx! :) $60,000 FIRST MORTGAGE 6% GOLD BONDS. $500 DENOMINATIONONE


ONLY $500.00 Bond accompanied by one share par value $100.00 of the omp ny'* common stock to each'' purchaser. Price $500

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TOTAL ISSUE: $60,000. Prospective Profits ANALYTICAL

SECURITY: Closed first Mortgage' on original 400 .rw..wv.->: The fact that the corporation has secured two thousand acres Net Profits Bonds Prospective
ering townsite, orange grove and nursery also! covering all of the admitted best citrus land in the State of Florida located Prospective Callable Net Profits '
property since acquired, which is now over 2100 acres, and in Orange County, on. which't3 locate its city of Silver 1023: 9 19885.00
will automatically cover all property acquired in the future, Point and develop its groves assures the success of the ant" i'- 1924 43,950.00 9 60,000.00 $ 3,805.00
including buildings and equipment. These bonds firo un- prise. This tract of land is protected hy a number of lakes, 1925 ,_ 52,400.00 52,400.00 "
conditionally guaranteed by the Perfection Orange Company making it an ideal location for the establishment of orange 19CI: 1.100.0It 57,150.00

\ Inc. _. ._ .__ groveL vineyards and melon fields 1927 115,400.00 65,400.00
LOCATION: Nine miles from Orlando on the Apopka1"Brunch --- -1t is the intention of the Officers and Directors cf the corporation -
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Paved road from Or- to work the proposition on a production basis, and will $::38,785.00 $ liOOOO.OO $178,7 5.oo
lando to this property strive to make every acre of land produce all the fruit, melons
and vegetables that it is humanly possible to make the land pro- Prospective Total Dividends to Stockholders in 5 years :
DATED: October 10th, 1922. duce. This not only insuresthe residents of Silver Point their $178,755, or 118 per cent.

TERM:: A-ND I MATURITY: Five Years. ample !supply' yet at the name time furnishes a constant stream - P-Lctipoctlve. Valuation $100.00 Share of Stock end of I 5yea 110
of shipment to Northern and Eastern markets. is: $1,000.00.Prorpective
CALLABLE PREMIUMS: These bonds will be nOIH'aJ1l1b) ]{' un- The Kissimmce-Apopka line of the Atlantic Coast! Line Riil- Profits based on Production only. .
til October 10th, 1924, after that date bonds will lie callable! road pall .eh through the propel ty, and a railway station has Profits from home sites and city lots not figured including
itt 102 on any interest payable date upon ninety days!:! writ' been arranged for, thus assuring! quick transportation for both: these at the low valuation placed. will bring the total Prospective -
ten notice from the mortgagor Net Profits, an' follows:
fruits
and vegetables. Orlando, only u few miles away ,vahloct.I
INTEREST COUPONS PAYABLE: April 10th an.1 OKol h"r roads known the world over, furnishes a profitable and 12.125 Home Home Sites Sites nt $500.00 each------$ 62.500.0.)
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$1,000.00 each------------------ 125,000.00
10th broud local mnikct.
of each year The below tabulated "tatemcnt of Piospectivc Profits* spt'ak.s 200 City Lots at $500.00 each-------------------- 100,000.00
BONDS AND COUPONS PAYABLE: As bondmiAurc ail,! for itself. Prospective Profits on Production----------------- 178,755.00 .
interest coupons become payable, they will be chin upon ...
presentation at the Bank of Orange and Trj't Co.:, Orlamlo, Five miles of Luke Front, subdivided rot,) 2.;(0 Homo Sites Total---------------------- -_____ ______ __ ___$466,255.00:;;
Florida.
125 Homo Sites at $:,00 eaeh------! _$ f) .;OO.UII') "Ton Double Your Income With SafetyA
CERTIFYING AGENCY: Bank of Orange rend! Tu; Co 1)1'lando
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200 City Lots at $fiOO each-------------------- 00,000.0(1() -The Ci.rpoi'ation' has no other bonds or mortgage outulan'l11 -
REGISTRATION: Bonds may be registered l with: tier jj.n'.o. 1.C10;'> acres. of groves and vineyards after I 5 years t ,
I DENOMINATION: $500.00 ) 11-Your funds arc a first security lien on all our property: and
PRICE: Par and accrued interest to net 6' < from Ji. o" 'Ir furGrand other assets!', representing over four Union the amount of
livery of bonds to the purchaser. !. Total------------- nuun ___ hU, f)7.,00.UO( this. isHue.
('-The estimated net profits are over five times the 6 percent
LEGALITY: All legal matins pertaining to the and the validity of this issue. have !been PIIUt.1'1' ly !800' Boxes. Oranges _$ 1,600.00 /D-The hook value of the common stock is over $150.00 per
Judge Alexander Akerman, Orlando, Floids.KriMis .. 'T1i u''':1. ..0 Aeios Sweet Po,utoes (9000(! Bu.-------------) !9,000.0(1( ( "lUll l'. The estimated, net earnings applicable! to common
& Steed, Attorneys, Kinsimmec, Florida 100( Acres Watermelons yielding l 100 cars at 200.OO( stock disbursements are ample to pay from 8 to 30 percent
per cur-------------------------------------- 20,000.0't( annual dividend
BusinessThere 10 Al'r"lul'k: Melons---------------------------- :,000.0(1{ ( 1 K:=The common stock dividends will be declared by the stockholders
10,000 Perfection ()1'lnTrt'es/ at wholesale price, of the corporation at such times and in such
aie, comparatively few )people) ) who te..I l:. t n i if $2.OO-----------------------------------------! <> 20,000.00 amount!!: as they deem advisable.This ;t
nitude of the citrus and the. of *.. lodii'1tions ,.
industry possibility o: ) bond issue is required for the economical and rapid '
in the State of Florida.It Prospective Total Revenue ..,...$:.13,600.0o development of this the best citrus land in the entire State of
was estimate that last year there was pad; ti> T lornl.i! Florida located in the very heart of the orange belt.
Citrur (Groweis. least $30,000,000. This land of the Ft'rfre Lion Expenses For Period:
Orange Company is located in the midst of one of the !>t'Lt in'l Clearing IIJO: acres land-$ 4.000.0U( Management -rlIanagen1l'nt -
largest citrus communities; in the world-Orange ounty'x la'it Fertilizer _. _. 4,500.0'' s
year's crop of citrus fruit brought the growers nearly $7,000- Labcr _ _. __..:_ (i.OOO.OO is always the most important factor necessary
000 or approximately one-fourth of the total amount paid (-nny- Cram: Cuttings _ _. 3,775.00 to the success of any business endeavor. In this particular.
ers in the entire State. With such a record) as this it J s ]lit'!.- Seedling Trees ... 24i.Ol( )( The Perfection, Orange Company is most fortunate in the
wonder that this industry is regarded as one of the K'JiJvst' an.I Budded Trees _.. _.. 600.00; <) selection of its Officers and Directors, each and every one of .
must substantial business interests, )both from the Ftandj,"ml of Into.ieM. on Donds_ _,_., 3iOO.OD') whom arc proven successes in their particular line of endeavor. j
investment, safety and operating profits. Perfection Orange Trees Nursery 10,000 jit 50 "* The following letter from the Governor of the State of Indiana ,
The Perfection Orange Company's) plan is differtnt.-.I.!>'I! cents each------------------------------------ C.OOO.Otl addressed to Whom It May Concern, relative to the character -
tinctly different from any other development in Florida orelrewnere. Prfli-pt-ctlve Net Profits' 1923: ___ u____.. 19.885.0Oi : general integrity and business ability of the president: )
This possibly is because the thought 8'id 'TotlVo1"al'k --\ ___
of the enterprise is'to build and develop the new i ty of $i ia,( OO.OO> '' State of Indiana '

Silver Point, also develop and place on a productive basis iitrus EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT (
grove vineyards, general fruit melon and vegetable! .. p.'OJviniand 1 192 Prospective Income From Production : '
do a general nursery bUl Potntoes _._._ O.OOO.OO
Grapes: ) .. .- _. 2.000.0O September twenty sixth 1
PropertiesThe Grape CutLjrjg! . .._ O.OOO.OO ;. Nineteen twenty two t I
Melons .. ._ ,_. 25,000.00 Warren T. :McCrny ;
Perfection Orange Company, Inc., has :2.0OOren of Governor
Perfection Trees to be sold 1 15,000 at $2.00. 30.000.0O) ;
the admitted by experts best citrus land in the State of Florida
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independent appraisals place the valuation of the property at Ass -C& TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN:
$235,000.00: in its present state. When developed this propertywill Prospective Total Revenue.$71.300.00Expenses I
have -valuation, fronL$500 to $1,000 per acre or over ** I have been well acquainted with Mr.. Frank A. Nave of ,
For Period: n CT I Kissimmee, Florida, for a number of years, and to the time
$1,000,000 value the Perfection. Nursery has ovcr-40OeO-4xudded trceti Clearing/ 200 acres land...-,.?...,........,...$ 6,000.0(1 .t of his leaving Indiana for his new home in Florida up, Mr. NaVe : '
with, a of $80,000, and 25 acres Perfection Orange Trees Fertilizer ......*,,.,...,....,* ,.,.a,..4.........,.....*i 0.000.00) was one of the most ambitious and energetic men that It haR' .
,II now bearing. and{, Labor' -".....,.....*..I'.t.!' : ; ; "'-....'.;,. 8,000.00 'I'",'i & ever been my pleasure to know. ' m: j ;..
The Company owns and controls all licenses, right Perfection '.. "I,:, :,'"? Intl'reston. Bondsjj.{..j.i.ji-'ilJ'i-Tii'iii-.ii., ; ;: ;: :: :: :::: : : '__.*. ,- 3,600.00 ,HHJ. yip He developed and operated one cf the largest farms in In. <4'' .
privileges for the production and Sale of the New .'
r' Perfection Orange Trees (Nursery) 15,000 at 45 cents 6,750.00'I'rnapective'
Seedless Orange tree. It controls likewise the sale of New Perfection f diana.and has but.few superiors as a farmer lie was also a j.
Net Profit 1924 .,. 43950.00
Oranges. ;a.: breeder and exhibitor of choice Hereford cattle, and won many" I
The superior merit of the NEW PERFECTION EF.nLESSORANGE championship ribbons in the leading State fairs from New York ,I
is conceded by those who have investigated it art be- $74oo.oi:; to the Missouri River. lie was also an importer of tattle, and

ing the only seedless orange in the State of Florida. and will find 1925 Prospective Income From Production : .'' hilt this importation': were among the best that were ever brought F

a ready market at a price far in excess of that obtainable for ::,000 Boxes Fruit_ _ _$ (i/M)0.0.). to continent. .
other varieties. To grow the New Perfection Seees!! Oranges Sweet Potatoes _. . .... 10.000.0O 9iy| He is a man of unusual visions, highest integrity and his.
and market them under the "New Perfection Seedless O/ango Melons _ 25000.01) moral character is without reproach. I believe he is worthy of y.
Brand," the grower must secure his trees from the Perfection ({irap.'s and Cuttings------------------------------: 10.000.tlilP'rfl'dinn () ) the confidence of the people where he resides and you are fortunate -
Orange Company, Inc. Orange Trees (Nursery) 20,000 to l h. sold in having such a citizen to delp develop your country.
The sale of 20,000 trees yearly will pay the stOekhrOiVr'over) : at $2.00 each-------------------------------- 40.000,1111f 61,1; He has raised a hi hclass family. His oldest son la a grad. ,1
uate of St. John's Military Academy, a graduate of Wisconsin
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?>0 percent on the entire capitalization. ;. -
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University,,and an Ensign of the great war, and today is holding -
\Prospective Total Ke\enue_ _, .. _$1,000.O)
Stability of Nursery IndustryThe f a responsible position with the Standard Oil Company in
Expenses For Period: South America. His second! son is a graduate of St. John's

importance: of the nursery, plant and seed :industry of Clearing 200 acres land. ..._$.",,000.0() Military Academy a student of Dartmouth College; New Hamp-
which we will be a substantial part as well as its stability, compares Fertilizer ._ .. 10,000.00 .attire and a young man of strong character and business ability. '
favorably with, if indeed it does not surpass, that of tho Labor ._ ,.J.,. 12,000.00 His third son is a student in Leland Stanford University. He-
most important industries of the world such as the raising'of Interest on Bonds--------------------------------- :;.f,OO.OO has two younger sons with him at present. Ills wife is a Christian
live stock; of cotton and wool; oil producing; mining of coal, Perfection Orange Trees (Nursery) 20,000 at 40 cents lady and a woman of the highest type.I .

gold and silver; manufacturing iron and steel; constructing. ,au- each .___._-__ _....______ __ __. 8,000.0(1( feel sure any business entrusted to Mr. Nave will have
tomobiles; building railroad and steamship lines; and many Prospective Net Profits 1925.._$32,400.00: his careful attention.
smaller, but equally important industries required for the protection .. Very truly yours,
surtenance and comfort of the people of the world. With- ; $91,000.00! S i WARREN T. McCRAY.
out the efforts and accomplishments of the nurseryman: the
very first essentials of life would be literally cut off. 1926 Prospective Income From Production: *
4,000 Boxes Fruit--------------------------------8000.0) Officers and DirectorsF.

Never a Crop Failure in the IndustryIt Sweet Potatoes .- ._ 11,000.00 .
Melons _. _..._ 20OOOiO<> A. NAVE
is a significant fact that a crop failure in the citruo industry Grapes and Cuttin s-u------------u------------ 12,000.00 President and General Manager
has never been known. Acre for acre of citrus fruit Perfection Orange Trees ( Nursery) 25,000 to be sold JUDGE T. L.
COMER G. V. NAVE
growing is one of the most profitable lines of agricultural. or at $2.00-------------------------------------. 50000.0') Vice President. Secretary. .
horticultural endeavor. Of course, there will be fat yearn and
lean'vears but we offset the lean years bv our vineyards gen Prospective 'Total Revenue_ __ u___ __ __. ___ --I 01,OOO.IICI II. N. MAKINSON Treasurer.C. .::

eral fruit, melon and vegetable growing: The Perfection Orange( Expenses For Period: W. NAVE, Brazil, South America, Manager Atlantic Re- I:,
Company, Inc., will do business every month in the year. Clearing! :300 acres land---------------------------$ 7,500.01)) ) finery Company (Subsidiary of the Standard Oil Go.) I

Home Sites Fertilizer .'.__ ________ __ __ ________ __ ____ _.__ _____ 10,000.00 ALEXANDER: AKERMAN, Attorney, Orlando, Fla. '
Labor '____ x. ." ______ ___________________,________ 14.000COO: JUDGE T. LM COMER County Judge, Kissimmee Fin. r
THE PERFECTION ORANGE COMPANY INC., will build Interest on Bonds--------------------------------- 3,600.00 II. N. MAKINSON, Hardware Dealer, Kissimmee, Fla.
and develop the new city of Silver Point. This development Perfection Orange Trees (Nursery) 25,000 at :35 cents 8.750.0O G. V. NAVE, Secretary of the Company, Kissimmee, Fla. '

calls for the laying out of one of the most perfect golf courses Prospective Net Profits 192(5( _____ __- -J. _ _ __ _- ___57.150.0O S. B. AUI.T (AN, Real Estate Operator Kissimmee, Fla.
W. J. STEED Kissimmee .
Attorney Fla.F.
in the entire State of Florida; the building of some of the handsomest ,
winter homes to be found; public buildings' and parks, 'rv $101,000.00 ARTHUR NAVE, Capitalist, Attica Ind. j )

affording the resident the pleasures, comforts and conveniences *
For
1927 Prospective Income From Production: Information --P1

of the modern city of today. 8,000' Boxes Fruit____ ____00 ______-----__:u_ __ u_$16,000.00Sweet
Potatoes __________________________________ 11,000.00 ANY OF THE OFFICERS .
fU FishingOur Melons _____________________ _____________________ 20000.00 Bank of Orange & Trust Company, (Orlando, Fla. M :)
W. B. Makinson, Kissimmee-.. '-
and Cuttln su-------------n--------u--- 12,000.0i
own lakes-over five miles of lake front-now fully Grapes
stocked with fish, will be the mecca for our lot owners and Perfection Orange Trees (Nursery) 30,000 to be sold Mrs. May Foster, St. Cloud Fla. '
I at $2.00------------------------------------- 60,000.00 II. J. Hillebrandt, St. Cloud Fla. "I
stockholders. Otto Bleech St. Cloud Fla. -
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Beach Prospective Total. Revenue____--_____--___ . ._$119.000.0'*

Over five miles of lake front with the finest lake beach in Expense For Period: .

the !State of Florida, will afford unsurpassed bathing during. the Clearing 400 acres land_______:.._ ___uh___ ___ _--,.$10,000.00 All StatementsHerein ..
entire year Fertilizer ._________________._,_________-_________ 15000.00 4 4i
Labor _______________..,________________.__________ 16000.00 :
ONE $500.00 6% FIRST'MORTGAGE GOLD .BOND Interest on Bonds_________-_______________.______ 3,600.00 Contained, are. prospective ., I "
Perfection Orange. Trees (Nursery) 30,000 at SO cents 9,000.00 r'
With Prospective Net Profit U7___ununun.,. t5.4M.00 Estimates :1
i. ONE SHARE COMMONiSTOCK ,;VALUE i't"," :

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THE KISS tMEE VALLEY OAZKTTE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY. 2. 1923 "

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8JX K1SSIHMEE .VALLEY GAZETTE SERIES ,OF REVIVAL SERVICES ARE TO 50GOOD



'. nUBMSHED VALLEY I3YTHE.KTSSIMMEE flAZlSTTB BEGIN .SUNDAY' AT JHE BAPTIST CHURCH ..

EVERY FRIDAY What ?
KI8H1MMER.' FLORIDA. (5- Money .

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Editor locHGENUINE
(1n terd! nl "1)4. |.< Nl"ffl' Assista ' 1'IoItliI.| l IIH ..<-<'llll --- - :Money\ is' stoied-uhumaneffort It is
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:All i .ronimunloHllonn' I .' \ ', i D.1 t f> "i"'t' ''Utliorlicd I -
i'"ii'<'"|puliti l'iitj'' mint. I IK ->" .
THE ed I li.I ho i tI n i | concentrated labor. It is distilled energy. /
llej.i'li'l. "tiia.lt> r will I I" I nun I I I "II '

The : ,..111.11. I ,I", -- "BULL"DURHAM Tie that have in a Savings Ac-
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publish I I-",,. ii'" ,, ,\Jv'n, $ ., .
mee V I 1 III .'NT 'Nit I\r-.I'I the ha i : I
TOBACCO
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cur had at 1 FRIDAY. KEBRI'AKY: 2. 192.J: )

a _____
ago. bt I -
115 .
I_ Electric lights are nice and bright. ,
no waythey refe _ _
There haw! U-en fiprurnt| 01 1
vWe but if a water system and paint are
cos made in The incite to t tin' Ii f lacking, let the lights have third placein II

in the I teen fl(1"('S of tiled land on :.ralI..t.t. the program! of home inipi-.ivernvnt ,

was nc street owned by Mr. >: "'('. Ills i-\
:zctte bus been wiitrlied) with in Hoys' club wcrk is .1 vitil: factor
perimcnt in training our future fat tuers. Not
high
with tl lerest, because! we believ(- the I icsult- ( only does. it teach the by: the funJu-. Merchants and Farmers Bank.

Hightimea which he ircts! will piny u loll Plll.t in iiK'ntals! of agriculture. but it assists

P 8UCC the future of Otci-ola county. Kast ,him in earning money, enlaiges his

week he shipped lettuce to the northern S'MiIi1, stimulates his ambition. and OF KISSIMMEE -

we hone ; by directing his! mind in proper !channels -
receivo'l
niurkt-t Monday he a
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of it encourages him to remain on

wire stating) that the Kliipment hall l ; th() 'arl11.-GoV'I'nor Harvey, of South '
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void in 1'iltsburjr for twenty-five\ ____ Carolina. |

THIThe cents a hamper more than the Closest I _
>(,'rirlTOr'flEIITflfls; _ _
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top pi lie. Keci-ntly hi- lettuce .li.1 l I

HighIookin the same thing in .I.ickhonvilK1 in la ourl ..t tbr I'liunO. J..flnr. <>,,i'roln ,
<'''oua) Hialr of FIorIdM.III -
1 competition! with the older lettuce --
school 1 IEiltit., ,' oflljion BANQUETS AND) DINNER
sections of the state. Yesterday -
things growing{ .\ I3lt ted. I Per. awedT
tempt* j II :Sanford: buyer was in Ki- b <. III. .SredillMH. I.,51100'.N. IllKlrllllll., ">'" PARTIES
iiml all l'f.|".iiiiN hiitlnu I'l.ilnm$ ..r
BUCCPSJ Kininu-r lookinl(' 'at the celery on this\! l>.."miiixl" imafnxt milj Kmiuetni. :

letics.sports 1 tiled land. That .man, who knows the != ......, ._ ., .. :z...... 1.r.. .. - ......._..- -..... .... :JWI anil, I i-in h ,'f \ini. ,"'.. I hi'it. l hv ioiOI ..-
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I iiml i <"<1111.,1 l In 1"0 si nt unttlillriiH
us not game sajd the local celery ir as fip anil,, ileiiialiilMhiih, )'''''. 1.1 l llllMr
REV J. A. SCOTT. Evangelist ,- ol t t' h.i\ .iKiiintit, 'tin
less He further said "u. mav <
0 as he ever saw. The new management of the Craystonc; Hotel( Dining Room olfil.s -
state of II> ron -A I'.iU'. II. ol ii < e.ixi illati J.
etab1tore. tsceola icunty can (grow better let- ... of i IHCI nl tt < *"1".1FI..., 1,1". l t.. the um-xtellod service for Banquets and Private ]Dinner Parties.A .
UIMll'lHlKni, KXeOlltl( "r ",.LI.I 1 .Htllteitllhln '
stand tuce than Sanford. and. just ai (rood X.\t Sunday! morning at the First I t .i .\ HW, fl.im I Ii..1,1 I .. h..f| '
celery. He estimated that in two h -t----tI IHileil. .1.,IM, ..!'III.' \ l I. 1123KTHICI. good supply of the best foods obtainable always on hand.
blfJte ihurch erie- of revivalm'ttngs )
I K.iptisl u 1. .K.MiS." ': .
this weeks" four loads of wiLl
y car eeJery will }bigin! which have been S **t lx..ttrt.so : ,i\.

:in a roll from the ( elery )I"l'tioof thi- Kiiungi-d by R-v. J. A. Sutton and I ---- ---- -- (OKDKHS) FOR()) HJo:
learncmean experiment in tiling.: Less t than ninemonths 'io I: 01 siiItS Slot .1':
I the offKvrs of the chuuh. The meetITIg4 I
ago the land which )Ins pi (1lOFttWV iI... I -II. ,lilt ,'..u," llf I bI.. :S> V.. II I
\\ ill iiiiitinue indefinitely.Kiv. t..Niii, JlloIl.lal: 'jr."mi ..r HI., -duI-j..o- \ iind In*.in-.,
To I off t Klorlila. Ill ", ".1 I r", 'HI ..In iViiiitt. III -
< peas carrots, and other vegetables\ -. .1.. .\. :Stott' will \be the pr'a..JJ I'hniK'irt) '1' :N: ot..,. k. < '.,111. .I.la"/l1..
to dd I 15105 ;,.itIi.t., I t. III ?. .., Ill. I I': ..01,0,1.1Ca .
apiritWe all at handsome profit. was umloaielpine I I-. for t the series and will L, usiixte: I Ill "r..ie. IIIMIII, :NI.III.; . N h.t. .btuiVen

h and palmetto kind! hy hi, singer, C. C. Elsey. ::; 3 Hint pii i NIL nit' I l.i a""." .1. or- .
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-III. It'll! 'III 'till* > .HJS. "11 III. t'.lll 1.IIt'I.r
ouitthe
-XXX- i JIHIII.IH. \ H I 111'::! I Mi.ill .in. i I'M,
p i There haI"'n I lit i of good )Dr.) Sutton says of there men : sali. .in.l. "II|| .il. I'ul.lli ..lIto-ls i..i, .sli
Somee a In liiiml..,. ,to It,. IIctl.Kl: I.i.l.ii i .il. lli.Ir.inl .
things said about the O (,l'ol.1 (County "Hitli of these )brethren are personally I 0 I .1...., ..r III. .i'.ml, I I II.I .."-. l in I KiHIIDl I. .
L ". J4L01I. t ..0,1l s I.'t..i' '.1.. ,4.r.
Fair recently held') in Kiss'ivmeePeihapH knn\vn to me and have my full en- .
; 0 IMI- ((111 hk.ll I IllMMK I'T I Kit I. IMI I III' flltl.
the mo.-t intel CNt iflf, to us "or /Ie"t! und confidence. Ilev Scott ila) of M.il.h, \ 11 I'UI" : 'Hi. loll.mill' ) SPAIDSNGSSPORTING
;l' .1. -, ,,1..1 I |l'T'.|I'. "n\ MIII.ill. .in 1111.". ..,.I.! .
have !been the impressions. of the !"as: IXT-I' with the home baarj: foist'Vf'ial l ', in.I.ls ri"i, III i I li.-w II

growers and farm folk. One of the ) yl iar* arid i is III know 'edgctl( to 4_ I Tin- :I.IIIIM| --I Jii.ill.i ol, th.,
\olltl..i'.t, :1J4.ll.I ,r i oS\\ i4 i if M; : ', I I"r
most frequent allusions \\ e have i IT out .of tin1 safe, sune, sound sensi 1 ,s. .tinii Tw i-til, v 11U..'. I Turt 1.I' I: ,nI , .

heard was to the exhibit of the hnif l.lo'. -me' : oul winners. Brother Elsivi I |. 'I 1',1",, \ i (-:.l I :-;.."ith II.{ ",,:.
Tw, lII' 'i i Lilt i _'v I I 1:441 < 'oiit ., inII
demonstration' clepllrl nw II I. T'lut/ exhibit ime: gold, |"i rsonally' and, sings th : L I I.'"" V .1111'. l 'llll.l I lit II >.* .. A'
KI.I.IS: f l 1'\\1.If. -' .I
bore eloquent testimony tn the I 11'tit'i' ] !
wonderful
in
: a winning wny"Kxeiybfily "I" d,1, Muvlii I, nt .10..1\|
. efficiency, and devotion to her duii to, :1 1 Kllllli-: ) ..: STil.i.: ;|
) is mvitcj to( attend : Still lints, foi, .'..."'I.I.LI..I. '.I
of the home demon ,tl'2tion agent "<. .
these meetings and all who will - - -- -- - --
Milts Albina Smith. We }hn\e several} come t 'UrI'l: III." "'IIU': '' s "I:
I,,0 1 OV.- a hi-uitv welcome. You) 1
times heard, since the fur!', expressions I ll,, III 0, I 'Hi loll < .lll I ..I, Hi. S. \'- GOODS !
from and their families i- d l to toll I nluticn I "u..s not. matte", conic I- Mill, .I ...1..1.. I ll. .'.0.. Hit" .il I Hi. v(.it.. .,t -I\\\\
growers I-'I.l 1,1,1. iii . .1 I. . '. ,,, ,
ii." t tl%_> simc: If you )have no thurcM, u. .I'I" .il.i i .mil \ I In
in compliment to her. One of the Cisaitot :N.: IllIll'l ,- I II 0..I.. J..IH..I' ; lit
most tangible of these was to the effect - home. tonic' .ind see how ('-hr stiansi MlHll.llIll. I II 0I 0IJ. ('''......''all'1
ann The \-,' ""''L.r I \\ oo..o lti... ," ..O ..1. H. 0.1,
for that she hud long since earned .in lo-operate. pastor of thehurt' ,-iotM, 1".1.'01011. :Not: I. .. i< h. t.-lit. ,
I ( !) invite you. "Klti-n 'Unit |ltit ,,unnt to II llii.ll, d..r., ...
und an increase in ralary. We understand |I
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MR. .1I1..t III I IIIH i .' UNIi.n o It h. I.Ml il Iio) .r
Terch. that the matter! will be brought C C. ELSEY, Singer_ F,1l010,1.,,. t II i,2: : t. I xh.ill i.ITi r fur I .
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$ I T '. .. Kill II o-l,i'I fc..II Itt( ,pulillr. outcry fur cash| I TENNIS
to the attention of the county com- I In hand to the lug hest l.l.l.ler. at the I

vlflttele missioners. In our opinion those gen- I JJIELP..COl\lING FOR BELOVED.. AND:' GOOD! WOMN:" front door, (laeeola of the County('.urt ,house Flurliln In KlaKlminee -- I. RACQUETS AND. BALLS

'. tjernen would meet unstinted popular INCOME .PASSED OVER lag I he' 1 legal hi.urn of xalo.1 un h"d hut ' .
'the 'j I TAXPAYERS.. j ,tIt),' of larvh.t., l I'. 11<23 the roll"wln'f ", ,- \.. ;.' '
,approval by favorable action along 111.. .. Almira Eby, wife of J. II. Eoy ilmcrlliol, pr"p rtr situate In Onceolu ' >' )" \ { ; ""Ht! I'J LW" !' )i\i.( \ '" 1
tlc.lk >
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amy ;.} I ncp'uty \' \( ,./.' I" ', .. 1),1.1'); ,.
that. line. Collcetoreflnternal Revenue ciied Saturday afternoon at four' Cou tot y." Florlila. (n-wlt: :-17' *'** . ,"' \. .. ,. .
the : I _XXX- Coming To K'snimmee' Three Days o'clock, after a long illness of heart I Iitiouble 'rii4outli half (H'4) of Lot Six ., GOLF I
givisto I' (1 A) of Illi.i'k "ij:" of Kohl-It II.,1111. .."..'
Those members of the Chamber of To Help' File Return .\.', ..,to. I III 1. I II I.-, TOWII Of KlKHllllmif -
TbJu I ----, I( :51r.. Eby was born in Crawford/ <*ltv. 1"1..1.1" ....c..II.." I.. theofllilnl CLUBS AND CADDY BAGS _
Commerce who did not attend the Once mo e approacheth) the 1'Jes of Ohio October 20 rl.il ..r ""i.1,1.111"! ," OuUIII.
tuunly 11<46. Ix-ing; .
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] Stool "i. -0.,1. It i In.i lnh I h.
luncheon-meeting yesterday missed a M iidi lit the time of her demi .., 75: year"iiml '''III' I IJ.,1 .., I I1..o. I .1 I Iiln of li: ,oI \OJII' I I --- -- -
good talk by a local attorney. He '! Onct more approacheth the season :.t s months of age. She has lived in 1lIo .1 I.. s.iui .1| \V. i ;<*o.iijiittillllll
co 'I..f rending( the hair and gnashing the KKsimmee since April, 1910.! He-r ,' Cll.l, I':..II. o U.I.MlMHIII.; l I.). .1, :M,
jeciI' spoke words of wisdom. We agreed \\\-illNon .li, iiii.l uifi.l %
te.th.111'11 the fortunate the ttflloi.f
( man is daughter, Mrs. II. W. Morrow e>f Miami \\' 111'I.. .. "I i h J'lth I'.ZI. 1.x \\.it-,
with everything he said and
t some- unfo) tunate. Uncle Sam is stickler I FRED S.
a was with her during" the 1 I.st lant l 1..1 I H..I..I In l I",'<-il llnolt, I GILBERTEXCLUSIVE
how we kept thinking he was going j: fur dads. He's made a ,date with everybody I paiL of her illness. The funeral seiviie.s *0". "I'.iui' I ri'i: in tin. oniri. .o.r thi
to mention the needed paving along who has made enough money were conducted by Rev. W. C. 'l 1"ik of < 'iiiuit I'otnt' of IK.....l.i

oICo Vine street the lack of which has {j{i during 1922 to interest! him in a stateInent I' NOI ton. of the Methodist church, and | .fount.,,"'.. 'IH. hit.10'1.,10111.I In, ""..I.to. whlih S.' "ld |I.I.'| ',|Ii.'r-

been I. thereof. But he'sa good scout, by the Sisters of the G. A. H. Circle, ,IIIK i'"l In.In. ,In UK- Southe.iHt AGENT
more noticeable lately with the and since he knows the making of I at the grave. She was a faithful UiiHili-r nf 1 III. '.., Ihw"HI Wi.utiri .

developments in the Lake Wilson dis- I the income tax returns. is a Chinese! < arnest Christian wife and mother i if S<'itlon. 22 ToniiKhlp 21 Soiltli.
lIa' ". 21 l Kant KISSIMMEE
thb1 trict and at Silver Point I puzzle to lots of folks he's nendmr nnd will be greatly missed as a good ., 'I I J ELLIS F DAVIS.

. -XXXIncidentally "''9'iif an official unrn\eler to help woman. I IWe An Special Mantt-r InlmnciTy..
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F I K Itl ItltS & HT" EII.
''J( that meeting of the out.Th. Sollrltorn for <'nmpIaIniont.Vvetticit .
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collector of Internal
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i revenuefor I with to extend our sinciie
chamber seemed to augur that the the district of Florida has notified\ thanks to our friends and neighborswho .r.1'I

next few meetings will bring forth I The Gazette that a deputy! collectorwill were so kind and helpful to u. I FOil ctiKlno M.\1.K-Suitable"'alrhltllk.lI.to : >rii4. wntrr Kaaolln In - LOST
pump'
ae discussions of value to this city and be in Kissimmee Monday, Tuesday I. during the long illness and death of I" Ilk 1 l't4 liurn. I power 1'. o)._ Itox J.OR'r-o") Thuraday. on Hromlmny or

dome of members who have been and Wednesday, February 26. 27, our beloved wife and mother: and also I *?. Ml "I"d., Florida. -tx Stewart nvftiue. sliver bar pin. amthym -
you and! 2R, for the purpose of assisting; for the beautiful floral offer- "' and while .lone.. Kupfei, *
many I"O''It SAI.i': IiufT' "rl lh"I' .... .
a passing up the meetings are goingto taxpayers in riling their income le- ings. liatfhtiiK -from lilui oiplntflon* rllilion emeu winnerslit for < < araK ., 1*

I) miss something, like you did yes turns for tax for the year 1922 whichare J. H. EBY. the (our. "I'rlc.. In horn,* people' : f. 11<'1'-A <'hll
terday unless you start coming. And to be filed on or before March MRS. ESTELLA MORROW. II I no. pr Hettlnir "Of K. Mm J NI'lilker. ;. IlKhl. Krecn iillk. on Mrun<1n >7*
15, 1923. IhonolION.I 7-lfr or l>rui\ ilvenuilewftrol l tiff red.; .
every time you're absent you miss 0 I If fouml. return to ukevlcw l l'tt .
:MRS. J. B. HALE
DIES IN .
Full "AI.I" .
.rrl" 1I..ro.hl.I i > >IWhll" x-In
one rattling good feed which the ladies HUNTING:' SEASON FOR FLORIDAThe U.-tilMirn holm, Munt make -- -

are serving. .GAME BIRDS ENDED ronni f..r. >I UIIK st oock. I 1'rlrrn. right FOR RENT
-XXX- JANUARY THIRTYFIRSTJanuary body of Mrs. Margaret/ J. Hale, ,A. I Ii. MarHtfin., IMneilii le Itox 447.
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-- ( nee Sanders ) wife of James C. Hale : FOR SALE KlxHlinmee 5-:tt x Foil IU
HUNT:: -3-room noun*. "i
Have you noticed the large stringsof 31 was the last day of the who died at the home of her granddaughter : OHOVB i Ft )Iii SVLi;----Keiulnir- -. Ito.rtnuila. avenue. Bee Mr. WrloB.

bass perch, and other fish whichare hunting; season for wild ducks and in Kissimmee! Florida on FRUIT TREES FOR SALE 2V4 nilli-n 0 from., I"""Khm..n ; /t'I move I tt ,P.frult ." lit store. next door. 8-ltx

beiAg toted the dock geese, coots gallinules, and Wilson the 18th mst.. reached Omaha orniiKvs.. IniiKerliii-x and kuiniuni -
up every overthe IF YOU AUl; INTICHKSTICI: : 1 Koif 1t1'ST-OIIA: Clolf 'lub
) hi 5.-il"Inca Just Ihp for half of the
snipe in place non-ri-Hl-
or New
evening now-a-days ? Gives a fellow jacksnipe Jersey K. & O. Monday. morning andconveyed Kro\e, ..i, planllnK Mhruhliei" y of il.-nl. tIn run lie inieil fur IM IIOIIK. which han recently been re-
moa' "
Delaware, that portiin of New York to Cottonwood. the old homeof lIllY Kind .around. your plnee drop min who i men for joining' Krovei If pnlrid. Partly furnl.hfed. l fI r'' Per t tiniototh.
some more of that glad-I'm-here feel known as Long. Island Maryland. the the deceased, for inteiment. Iii,.' and 1 will; call and; talk: It Inti-reMtert. Hdiln-Hn Lotk Itox Ir... Including. Karall'e..10"".'

ing. Incidentally in that vicinity one District of Columbia, Virginia, North Funeral services were held at the over)' Home with of>the ou larveKt.My treln.and 101'beHt I "- urownt nurviTleH ,IjoiiKmiiun' ) "'lo"la 7-l. < !olf <:Iuh. Kli.lmmee. '.:"..

can see a good bit of sand Ailing in Carolina, South Carolina. Georgia Presbyterian (hut ch conducted by In the gouth. WI.. Hall. "The Foil S.\IE--lt)' "..--n..i one (Ur-rooni WANTED.VANTKI .

I Kicsimrnee's future lakeside park, Florida, Alabama Mississippi, Tennessee Rev. CJ. I D.) Humphrey! and the remains Fruit Tree :Man." 415 Piedmont SI" IUIUBI-. is lr ..l. <<<'llv ".nt.o, \loin or -

Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana laid to test in Cottonvood l'iioiiothIJ.. Oilamlo.' Klorldii4lx; fruit At H liaiRulii.' \\ m H.illuKlier \ >-To buy In Rood roiiillilon.n ..
which
also adds to that aforementioned --
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Texas and Arizona. The seaSons cemetery. &.tr Biimll refrigerator !" a
KOH' RRVT: 5-ron,on n".I.-itt liiiuac, or !Ic. .x.
I f feeling. prescribed for hunting migratory Mm. Hale was 77 years of age iinfurnlBhcil. thrubloikH from, pontofMre "On SAI.ROne. : two-burner oil cook move, on. or
I --- -- --- game birds under the rniR'ratory The immediate cause of bar death Inquire at 422 Main KlreetSltx tin roof electric. liulldinK tlxtuieH; 10x12 Inquire fe<<< t. (two liMlm.orn..a... table Address: "<;a-It"h.iatftle .

Corn Is the most important crop in bird treaty act and regulationshave ; was acute tcnsilitis. She and her Jios- _ _ _ lit 3H1/ Main ntreet Gl-tfc .-

the united States, both in acreage and } already closed in certain groupsof band had just recently gone to Florida KOH HAL ;liood'-; -t lire.-room--. --houm.-. FOIl SAI.F. AN'I'-H.ond-hand hay nn' >w.r.
in value. The quantity of yield is states-in some on December 31 for the winter and her sudden new pouilicH. front and rear new.ereenn Plate. 1'ractlcally-One ntm Electric Wall must be In irooil running order H.

I greatly influenced by the quality of and in others on January 15. death was a shock to the many Prlre, $4110110( $2G oflioto ( in. pr Ic". Apply new. ValUy At a realonable (7.lette. .-- A. Hunter Log house '--HeWANTKIi

the seed planted, says the United The federal law, which is adminis- lends of the family: in the vicinityof per month lii.jiir Reallyo 5 7.tf. '-Experienced citrus a"?

States Department) of Agriculture. A tered by the bureau of biological sur. Cottonwood. Mr. Hale was unableto FOrt si.; -: -4 year old hor.H, Hoand, FOR SALn.1e0: truck helper Call even InK". S

practical way to decrease the cost of vey, United States department of agriculture accompany the body home ao he and broke new watron ; new har- Unom and No Trespass Kent. rurnl.bnj Cards 10 Curlla. Newby Inn. !:.tt
harvesting the crop if it is to be fed provides that the carcasses himself is not in very good health. ness; a bargain H. K lI.-r.-ru. centi each at The Qaxette of tic.( .. -

to hogs is to let the hogs do the harvesting of birds killed during the open sea Resides the husband, two sons, Raymond : LoII&hmon. Florida Kit of- 4tf MISCELLANEOUS _

or "hogging down" by turn- son may be possessed for an additional of Cottonwood and Henry of FOR SALE-One gra.a rug; one foui- FOR 8AUEJ-Wooden washing RKCEIVED DECEMBER 15. pne ChoCk
ing: them into the fields in the tall. period of 10 days following the Kokomo, Ind., are left to cheiinh the turner oil move : bed. with Hprlnx 1 ; nearly new. Apply SOI Main machine for Jve crates ea-irplants under .tencll :

The -- end of the season if state or local memory of a faithful, kind and lowIng and F. n.mattress Dow, 7 : Vine dresser street.and commode/ ..atreet.. jo-tf I No. tile?. Shipper notifleol.It. "
bean be 8-llx Brown.
soy can grown success laws do not 1 R. F. D. No. 1. KIsslnimtf.
prohibit. The
biological :: companion and mot.her.--The FOR SALE-Fine Agent
for
residence Robert
fully with corn and is becoming property.' T. Cochran;
a very warns that possession of III. News. FOR HALE-Ford touring car In APPly at the '.
survey carcasses -, Rldgway ( ) body offlce of The Valley Company New. York. 7-
popular crop in the Corn Belt, as of wild ducks and other I Rood condition. Price |25. Dixie) ; Qaaette. Klaalmraee. _
geese, a.tf
it can be hogged down and help to Electric Company. S-ltc ADAPTED brln
migratory game, birds in cold storage The followIng signs can be purchased BUNCH GRAPES
balance the !ration crop of corn. It' can FOR SALE--Trade pay!". return. elchteen months after
plants or otherwise'm r than 10 at The Gasette office for lOc each: FOR SALE-600 acre. Kood pasture or exchange 25 ac- aabe ;
be grown on a wide range of soils but days after the end of the fetfefal. 8e Rooms- For -Rent; Furnished Booms land near Bt Cloud. For quick sale Lake rca good citrus and trucklna land. on plantingPlant Independent. Best an commercial aoreaK
thultIom.&an.c.iaary: wh... ft ia a; 15.00 acre. Writ 8. D. Toh peka"KaS-room; bunc&low
per
: renders the Fo-tttir'1fvuiecepthg' Ho Ties . Wllllamx. with bath fruit Investment fit
e -i J'f son owner -of such birds'subject wauchula, Florida. ; garage; dairy house In south;
'. grown for the first time says the United to prosecution federal pass; For Hire; No Smoking:; "For I ,.If Chicken, hou.e for 600 bIrds; wacon; brIngs hlche.t prices. We Introdao.
t States departement of agriculture. -. Rent For Sale. FOR 8ALE-Two-horBe Shed; II p..eng" combInation ed these crapee Into .
;\ courts ; waicon and hI. tOt mo- they .....
-I and sail, have been 'rlIOns.
boat doing wen ten
The hay from this J. F. ; row boat all
crop eon- cycle. NUwonger!' R. F. D. No Implement. : farm tree
f. ,: wacon
j Job. department I* and barn...; U bearinc cii- blackberries ftca P :
te palatable This plant add a great equipped to do all rue t..e.l; 110 fs, etc. Full Infonnatlen Ire. c. *
( : kinds of Job printing 666 FOR 8ALB- t Whit. Lethorn pullet peach tr.... Worth
and Fever
,. 401 of the value of Oar*. when it U on short notice and'at reasonable Dengue and 7 cockerel) at reasonable prices; 17000.14500. Will saCrilice for qOlck sale at log Adapted Nurseries, Tnnpa; r.: ,

grown with aUa,. corn. prices. W. make a specialty of, or..Bilious Fever. I aI!rH n.nri Cyprn. r-wboas.a' It. Se. part O. P'McCab.ealh. First, buyer cats .
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._ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, ,.F1lU: >A Y. .FEBKUARY 2, 1'23, FIVb

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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT .,... "- ; .:

PE Official Bulletin of daily tern4 i
0 perature and precipitations furnished 0 ni.

; >0 operative by U.the S. Weather Kissimmee Bureau Cod .' E I AD. 1. .

0 Station for LJE'Y "
Shaves 15c; haircut 35c; 'children the week ending .
Barber 18tLSEat < Friday, February 2 1923: AW '
Z5CI; ata8lno Shop : 0.oo U I 4[

at DuPont'a Cafe, !'In The Date Max. Min. Prep. *
Heart of Kissimmee." * Saturday, Jan 27 ._75 44 .00 < -- -===-- ar
Sunday, Jan 28.80 52 .00 <
Mr. and Mrs., W. A. Godfrey and fr Monday, Jan 29.80 55 .00 O .,; \.
.spflW: .:..of Benton Harbor, Michigan: < Tuesday Jan 30.82 57 '.00 0
were guests Sunday .of Or. and Mrs. 4 Wednesday, Jan 31.81 57 .00 d
R ,J. UeningT. < Thursday, Feb I.83 62 .00 *
d Friday Feb 2.80: 54 .00"*" TO PEOPLE OF KISSIMMEE AND VICINITY
See Bennett's special ad on this* > Readings arc made at 8:00 a. *

page m. for the preceding twenty-four O

Expert;: kulak finishing at Mlnlck's hours. <>
Rexall Drug Store. 50-tf ALLISON T. FRENCH. C-
-- fr Co-operative Observer I '
The Business Men's Realty Association ) G4 +" of Leesburg, received their ..1Dr ...- GREETINGS :
electric sign( last week from the Mid- '. and Mrs. W. 11. Dresch, Mrs.

!State; Decorators. M. E. Turner, and Miss Orpha Ellis, I

Regular meals at reasonable prices returned Saturday morning from a -
trip to the east coast as far as Mi- -
ut Kisfoimmee.Dul'ont'r" Cafe, "In The Heart of,* ami, where Dr. Dresch addressed the It has l hc n just one fourth of a year's time since we opened our door to you good people of Kis-

high schools from Cocoa to Miami, in
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Furnished Flat for rent. W. B JL publicity campaign for Rollins Col simmee, and it has more than met our expectations. You have given us a good share of your
Harris Gazette office. 14-tf lege.Dr.. Diesch reports that the
hotels along the east! coast are doing patronage whi'ch''we !surely appreciate. So much. so that commencing on Saturday morning,
Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Salcr, who have a tremendous business this year. On
boon visiting Mr. and Mrs.!! A. L. the return trip his party was unableto I February :3, we are going to make a reduction on our prices for the next eight days and also
Winch for two weeks, left Mondayfor secure accommodations at Vero,
their home in Buffalo, New York. Sebastian or Melborune, and were deliver your-meat to your door free of charge. And if you: appreciate our efforts to serve xou .
forced to drive home' during! the .
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Complete line of spring millinery night arriving in Kissirnmee about enough to warrant it we will continue the same. : 'i i ,- .... **
... Leek's _.. -
\Ir. -J. U- WDo lIaLS.hop- .! three-o'clock in the _morning.
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No extra charge for draining crankcase WOOD) WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! We will quote you a few of our. prices here so you can see ","hat-you'\'C by paying cash for
at Gilbert's Filling Station. 41 -- .
Main street, 7-2U' Place your ord..rs'for veneer blocks your meats and canned goods : .
-- now; 120 blocks 15-inch, delivered for
Friends of Miss Christine Kritz are i$3.15; 12-inch blocks, $2.95. Split for .
glad to learn that she is recovering stove-wood, guaranteed full strand; L.-
nicely from an appendicitis operation '15-inch for $3.35; 12-inch for $3.1.1 .
ut the Florida! Sanitarium in Orlando. ,Get your winter's supply now. All
-- I delivered. Phone 91; 61t Brack street.J. Native Round Steak .per: : Pound 20c
Sunbright Cleanser, four for twen Bonin. 44-tf
cents ut the Independent Grocery ,
ty-five. It ST. JOHN'S: GUILD Native Sirloin Steak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . per Pound, 20c

"(>e-t a Rhino"-for--your cur, at Gil- WILL GIVE LAWN: PARrY Native Porterhouse Steak: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . per Pound, 20c
I ,'rt'" elevated wmh ruck. 41 Main Saint John's Guild-of the Kissim

treet. 7-2tc mee Episcopal: church will give a I Native Short Cut Steak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . per Pound 20c
lawn next Tuesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Groves, of at :3:30:: party at the home of fri'l.' Arthur I Native Beef Rib Stew. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7c, 4 Pounds for 25c
I l.itchfleld, Illinois at rived in Kiasnnm -
Donegan,, 22 Clyde avenue. The public '
m<, Friday for a ten.. days visit with is invited. A ..il\tr collection! will' Native Brisket: Stew . . . . ; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8c1 Pounds for 30c
t their cousins, C. E. .Powell and sib;-
be taken.
U-r i I Native Shoulder Roasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .per Pound, 10c and 12 '/ c
FnEllE! KISSIMMEE \'ISITOU

and Good(! light/ five-room A bargain house at, with$1100.water Nelson DIES-- -IX-- CALIFORNIA Native Prime Rib Roast . . . . . . . : ... . . . . . . . . . . . . per Pound, 15c '

Realty Co.Have .-- of Mis.the E.funeral S. Hall of has her leccivedword cousin, Ii.Frank Hamburger Steak . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . ." . . 13c, 2 Pounds for 23c

Gillx-H'H your elevated car washed wash and rack.polishedon 41 I Yoik. F.Or.:Moyer:110\1', at died I.ockport in Stockton, New, Sausage! Meat -. . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 13c, 2 Pounds for 23c:

Main street. -- --- 7-2tc: I Culifoiniu.KiRsiiimire, having litwas well several known winters in- A Good; Smoked Bacon . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . in Chunk 23c
Roma Thomas: and son, R. I n., of spent .

I'atteison, Georgia arrived' in KIK- (Tonhis here le'irement at the Kiankhn 1 ho was house.the oldest! Ik- A Good Smoked Bacon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . Sliced, 25c
mmnu'iMonday: on then way to

Tampa, and are visiting :Mr. ani t :Mrs Voi i iuiliiing k. dented! in western :Ness: A Good Smoked: Ham . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . per Pound, 27c
( shin Buikcl. for a few days. __ __ _u_ ___

Sunbriht|( (Cleanser four for twenty PERTAINING TO CHURCHES Full Ham . :. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . per Pound, Sliced 33c
.five cents, at the liuli .pendent Gro-, ---- "- S

eery. It -- Presbyterian ChurchRev. ....
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''A. S. Gi1h..rlhj sl installed an W. II. Drench, D. D., Pastor
.-.I'atl'wlUh/ rack at his filling station -
41 Main sticet. 7--Jle 9:45: : n. m.--Sunday school.. Prof And lots of other I bargains too numerous to mention. Now remember the quality of our meats .:
D. II. Shaver, nuperintendent
Mr. and tr-RI.: Winter and : 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship arc just as good as ever, but' the amount we sell makes it possible for us to reduce our prices :
daughter, of Savannah, Georgia( are Serrm by the pastitr. I *
now guests ut the Newby Inn. They 0:30: p. in.-Christian Endeavor and serve you with the same quality of meats. Remember we have added a full line of canned
are very much impressed with this meeting .
city, especially the school system, and 7IO:! p. m.-Evening Worship. Sermon goods and our nrices on these are as low as the lowest.
are planning to. live here permanently. by the pastor. ,
Music by the orchestra.'
7:30 p.: Wednesday. Prayerand Thanking you again for your. very liberal patronage ,
SunbrightCleanser, four for twen- Bible study. ,

ty-five-. cents, at the Independent Grocery 7:30: p. m.-Thursday. Choir prac. We remain to please '
yours ,
.. It ,
tice.Visitors 'will find'a cordial welcometo
Mrs., J. Judkins of Grand :
Byron Mrs. a.,home-like'church./1: ,/; ;, ;; b i',
Rapids, Michigan, and Frank
Ixmgyear, of Lansing, mother and First Btiit:: Church
sister of Mrs. J. Wade. Tucker are

l'uruts for the winter of :Mr.'and Mrs. RPV. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor
Tucker, at their ruburban home just - -- PEOPLES MARKET
north of Kissimmee on the Dixie !>:4.> a. in.-Sunday School. Cur-
Highway. son Farmer, puperintendent.' Classes
--- for all ages. Join the oll>4tor'" class
Sunbright Cleanser, four for tw..n- 11:00: a. in.-Sermon by Rev .1. A. .
ty-five cents, at the Independent Gro- Scott, of Oklahoma City. Special H
cery. It music. 107 BROADWAY PHONE 117
--- fi:30:: p. m.-B. Y. P. U. devotional
Albeit Rogero, Rogers Gallaway, meeting.
and Tyrell Owen took a bicycle trip 7.30 p. m.-Sermon by Rev. J. A.
Saturday morning to the Loughman Scott.
mill stopping at Reedy Creekon the t
7:30:: m. Wednesday Prayermeeting.
p.
return trip to eat lunch. The boyswent EIGHT
Remember For will Deliver
Days we
through the mill, climbed the Free scats and a welcome to ,
big tanks, and returned home in the strangers as well as those who !belong
afternoon in time for the polo game here. :1
FREE OF CHARGE
A church of the Bible and for the
Sunbright Cleanser, four for twen people. I .
ty-five cents, at the Independent Gro-

cery. It Methodist Church ,; S. L. HAGERMAN '

M. C. Autrey, of the Zeigler Motor
Company arrived in Tarpqn Springs Rev. W. C. Norton, Pastor. L.I .

yesterday from Kissimmee, where he ,
is proprietor of the Ford agency. Mr. 7:00: a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer
Autrev reports sales very good at Meeting in Bungalow
his Kitsimmee agency, and states 9:45: a. m.-SUnday school. J. L.
that Kissimmee has many tourists Overstreet, superintendent: r
this season.-Tarpon Springs Leader. 11:00: a. m.-Preaching by Rev. J. .
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Sunbright Cleanser, four for twen- A Ilendry, educational secretary of Christ' Church I Bearer of intelligence, dinpeller of NOTICE.To .
ty-five cents, at the Independent Gro- the Florida Methodist Conference. (Pentecostal) ignorance and prejudice, a light shining -
6:30 Senior League devotional -,I into all dark places that's your
- : p. m.- ; Property Owners of Osceola
Corner Brack and Oak Streets
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Williamson, of BEN NETT'S Bervice. community n..wspaper-Agl.icultu..1. County:
Madison with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 7:30: p. m.-Preaching by the pastor -I Walter Lorenz News Service I will be at the following
precinct"on
Ware, and little son, Billie Scott, .
i I I Sunday School
Ware, of Branford, left Kissimmee FOR BARGAINS 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. Mid-week Superintendent. More than 500 farmers amt breeders the of dates !given below for the pur ..:
receiving tax returns of both
Saturday for their homes. They have prayer service. :'; 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. International raising all kinds of domestic ani real pose and
been visiting their parents, grandparents 3:30 and 7:30 p. m.-Friday.Teach- lesson. Classes for all ages. mals answered questions sent out by personal property.
and great. rand parents, er trainer class. i t I 11:00 a. m.-Preaching. Evangelist the United States Department of agriculture It is very necessary that property
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McNeill, at their SATURDAY 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prac Aaron A. Smith, in charge. and from these replies it has owners furnish the tax assessor witha
home on Brack street, for the past tice. i iChrittiaa I I 6:30p, .' m.-Young People's meet- been determined that these men con complete signed list of their real .
week. ing at Revival Tent, near Lake House. sider pure breds 40 percent better estate, owing to the fact that the supreme -
Sugar 10 pounds .79c Church I I I '1 30*p. m.-Revival services at Re- from a utility standpoint than common court has ruled that propertynot
Good six-room house for rent. Nel- -, 1 I,l'vivalTent.. stock. They Bay that offspring of returned by the owner, or agent
iron Realty Company. 10 lbs. lOc Honduras 10:00 a. m._Sunday school. C. E: 2:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Women's bible pure-breds are worth practically 50 must be assessed as UNKNOWN.
study at Mrs. L. B. Jordan's on percent more in sale value than the Therefore, please bring correct list.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Skinner of De- Rice . . . . . 59c Yowell.11:00 a.superintendent.Communion ncrvice3. I i Aderhold street. offspring of grades and scrubs. Also, Shingle Creek, Precinct No.2,

troit, Michigan, are making Kissim- 10 lbs. Fancy Blue 6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. I I liSO p. m.-Every evening except pure breila were found in nearly all Monday forenoon, February 12.
mee their headquarters while touring Subject: "What is the Chief Value Monday. 'Interdenominsticjnal Revival cases to be more readily salable. Campbell's Station, Precinct No.8.
Florida. They recently returned from Rose Rice , .59c of a Christian Endeavor Society?" Services at Revival Tent. Evan- I Monday afternoon, February 12.
the east coast, going as far south as I I
gelist Aaron A. Smith, in charge.
few 5 lbs Bulk Coffee. .95c Leader: Stratton Story.' Narcoosaee, Precinct No.8, Tues
Miami, and expect to leave in a "Cortfe.- "Pray." "Believe."
days for Tampa and other pointy on White Meat 7:30 p. Wednesday, Prayer I I' KISSIMMEE PLUMBING day forenoon February 13.
Good meeting. Interesting ind. Inspira- Deer Precinct No. 5 Thurs-
the west coast. Mr. Skinner is a son Park ,
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of Mason Skinner, of this city, and is lb. " . . 17c tional Visitors services. invited.: J I In 1922 as in 1921, the. United SnpP'. day forenoon, February 15.
a large contractor and builder in De 24-lb sack Pillsbury cordially- ..'k I 'States, Germany and France have Kenansville, Precinct No. 6, Saturday -
troit. . "'-h ''I averaged a larger output of pig iron, forenoon February 17. '
clus.j- city to Flour . . , .$1.19 ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHWWllRev while the United States and Germany Nothing Too Big Ldkosee, Precinct No. 9, 'Saturda,
Some Arst J
property 17 r have a larger output of steel than .
trade for grove. Nelsen Realty Co. M. B. Ayres, Rector'r Great Britain shows. The accom- Nothing Too Small I.afternoon February 17
--" We appreciate your r , H8hm nt of Great Britain (which Mulberry Sink, Precinct No. 10,
ST. JOHN'S GUILD Monday forenoon February 19.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School. mor than other' countries', depends
WILL MEET MONDAYA trade 11:00 a. m_Morning Prayer. and upon It. foreign trade In iron and All Work Guaranteed Saint Cloud : '

meeting of Saint John's Guild of sermon by the,rector. steel) is relatively the same in 1922 to I vertised later.
the Episcopal church will be held '7:30 p. m.-.-Evening Prayer, 'and M.in the rear 1913, with the exception Be Satisfactory Kisalmmpre Tiur'I; 1: <:
Monday afternoon, February 5, at the 6 Broadway. Kissimmee sermon by the rector. I II I that France baa displaced Britt 15 to' April 1.
home of Mr*. H. W. Drench 200 Bryan t I 7:30 p. Wednesday, Litany,i t t,in .from third place in pg.iron proauction. 5 143 i w: :' ;
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY CAZETTE >RIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1923

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,I. Editor.*..-........._..,...Fred Lupfer[I logy.! : JOINT RECITAL '

f . Assistant Editor..Alberta Bronson Eunice Rlvt'u..Latin. .
von ( Elizabeth Carter-9th History. :Last night ''the Music and Expres. ".. 1
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Reporters I Eleventh Grade sion Departments held a joint recital .. "

Twelfth G1'8deu.. Lewis Campbell [Joanna Hitchcock-History, Geome1 in the High School Auditorium, and

Editor. Eleventh; Grade...-___ .-.Mae Winn 1 I try, Latin. the following Interesting'; progran

'. Tenth Grade____.Kimbrough Oliver I Fay Lucas-Geometry, Physics. was rendered: .:

Assist Ninth Grade...---..____Evelyn Elam Katherine Miller-Geometry, French. Piano Solo.1.Aragoniss. .

Munlc. Department__Dena Snodgrass Elizabeth G. Moseley-12th History. ...____-____. Massenet ,.' ';11
THE Geometry, Latin. Vivian Floyd. ':

Hurrah! Exams are over {(for Theta Phay-Geometry, Latin. 2-Jack Frost .-_--_______.. Bilbro :y&&
The those who had to take them) and now Dena Snodgras(?-Geometry, French, Mary Hanking '"-\'

) we are starting in for another half Physics. Reading. ,
publill year of hard work. The number of Mary Stanley-Geometry, Latin. 3-1 I got to go to, School, Jack Tyree
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mee pupils getting exemption!! were about Janet Graves-Latin, French. Piano Solo.4Sweet .

the, haur at 50 percent of the school and from the Mae Winn-Frel'lch. Clever_________L. E. Ortli Plus Value in' Brimming Measure I
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)had talk heard on the grounds there! will Madge Rivers-French. Virginia Harris.

b a not have to be any questions made Elizabeth W. Moseley-Latin. 5-Salute d'Amour _________u Elgar
no GirO wa, out for final exams., The exemptions Raymond Tyncr-10th Latin. Lucille Griffin. The New Overland Sedan gives you everything that

show what good scholarship the Twelfth GradeLcwii Reading. of to expect
they v other sedan values today-would lead you
Wenthe Rchool has and of the interest takenin ( Campbell English, Chemis ft-L'Envoi ________?_______ Kipling!
the school work. Some, but very try. Latin. Carol Makinson. plusgreater :
was n few. students were exempted in allor Arthur Simpson English, Chemistry Piano Solo.7Humoresque. I \I.

zcttehlgh just three of their studies, but Latin. _uu__ Dvorak \ comfort. Triplex Springs (patented) whichprovide
many of the students were exemptedin Lewis<< O'Bryan English, French, Ethel Owen. in other
qualities not duplicated
with I one or two. Happy were the students History. 8 Winter Scenes ____.. __-. Ferris riding any
..' High that were exempted for they Katherine McKay-History, French. Robert Mack -- "car of the same size. ,

r> suct"time have been enjoying a few good days Ettumny Suhl-History, French. Reading.!

vacation. If you could look into our Louise Barber-French. !9-The Runaway Boy.__ _J. W. Riley greater beauty. The hood is higher. The lines are
we shone class rooms now you would see smile Winifred rnning-Cheiuitry. Florence Savage. \
01 on some pupils' faces, and deep, )F. S. Led Letter-Latin. Piano Solo.10.Jack longer. The steel body is finished in Royal Blue.

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wrinkles (from1 too much study) on Margaret Brunson-Latin. and :Jill.-____G. F. Hamer 4
others. But before long we will all According to the per cent of students Inez Pugh. greater economy. Twenty-five and more miles to ,

THThe I be smiling and striving for higher exempted from each class in 11-Melody in 1-'. Transcribed by the gallon of gasoline. Six Timken bearings in front --- ---
and the of the examinations, the Seniors lead ,
gtades point exemption.. Schutt
all of the classes with a percentageof Eunice Rivers.!' and rear axles. Oversize, first quality Fisk Cord tires.
High l 58. But what's happened The
look in I Pupils who were exempted fioni Musical Reading.
achoolthing ] examination, with the subjects in green rats or Freshmen class lead 12-Kady: Did______Katherine :MillerAt
which this honor wan made, are: second with a percentage of 60. The Piano=Edith :Miller. c
Ninth' Grade Juniors shouldn't stand for this although Piano Solo.3lMountain.
tempt i Catherine D..nning-English, History they hold third place with adORe Streaml3ohn The New AZ1tI
SUCCCffB I to 48 per cent. The wise Sophomores
port Algebra, Latin, Gen: Science.: Eleanor Ovemtrret
11 Ruth Herzberg History, Algebra, hold fourth place with a .
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percentage of 38. last but not least.
usno Latin. ----- The I Iltnry ,.W. Grady! DebatingClub /
: lessofestabl 11.jl Edna Kritz-Historv. Ijitin. SOCIETIES held it//* regular meeting lat

Julia Ledbetter-History, Latin. Ln! .jl
tore Caroll! Makinson-History, Algebra.: meeting: : of the Lanier Literary Society was read to the club, after which the 860

stand Geneva Miller /History. Algebia was held in the High School Audi. following debuteu. givc-n: Sedan

bimref;. Latin, Gen. Science. toiium and the<< following programwas HI" oln'd : That war spreads civilization iI i-
this
a' I Irene Spence-History, Algebra, Lat 1 l-Reiuling------ Eleanor Overstreet I Affirmative : Katherine Tiller, You- 1- :;. ''."-" . AU ,..e./. .. b.. TvJei.

learnamean I. in. :2.!-Life of Lanier __Kathryn McKay il I Johnson; Negative: Jon; )('"!iiS

Margaret Waring-History, Latin. :M-Piano Solo-------Dena Snodgrass" <|iiiits, Arthur Bullock.A LUPFER & PRATHEK

I Vivian Floyd-History, Latin. Lnnier's ":'Iarshp,! of Clynn"Joanna; . f< w of the best points lirougM -

To Doyle Davis-History. -_ __ __ __ __ Hitchcock out : I
< I Christian :May History, Algebra, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
!5-Vocal I Duet. : .Eleanor Overstreet \ffirmati\e ,
to dspirit
!j Latin. ami) Lucille Griffin, accompanied)i J i I 1-:Many: people) are conieijnd i'l "a"I"
Ethel Owen--Algebra, Latin. .. .
We H. Clarabell" Adam Algebra. by Evelyn Elam. i ii I I while ,only a few mcrchwitCOflCOI .. --c-: : : -- :-:::_-.ig, ;; .--__ :- -- -:::-:.' :_ ':" 7J- - :. -- :.= --"II'Wt"i'! \ "
count'the 6Lanier's i "R \pnl((' of Hamish" 1'I ned in conimercr. -"
Hilda 6arber-Algebra. _ _ _Jcariett& Griffin( 12- War educates people. I -- --- - - --
&' Jeanette Griffin-Algebra, Latin. u::..:..:: ..:_.: ? .
:a! \Var different ,, I
Bomsporty' Isolcne Reaves-Algebra. In Trig Class j.I tlH'r brings and unites thdl'people idea"' toi Itest Tutl..1.l Center Pien: : ;Mi i Joe Shaw :Neck Gum; penFirt: prize, Cabbage: First prize, C. C. Bags.
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Johnston A.Harris.
Athalla Griffin-Algebra. :Miss I I Lettuce: First prize, I n. Rotundn.Ktd ..
1. Mavid Shorkl"-"Ulv, how many I :NegalUe'; $ llcvt: Tatted. I llandkenhiif, I tineMis. '') Shnvt :Xe. k nnni: .... !single coilieri-I : Sugar Cane
Brunson-Algebra Latin. First
: prize Will
Youel JohnsonAlgebra.Minnie problems have you this morning'/ ? | 1 Commcicf carries ideas from one : J, I.. I'hei i IKO. 1'irsl .ind second' |>n/ei, A. A. Harris Tynon.
2.J Uly-"I[ have one and the )p cttiru* country to another. .
;i.I Hud"on-Letin. of the others." ,i TIM.Tattid Medalir.ilMis.! : ; l 1 lia i (Green; Sugar Cane : First prize Will
Tenth Grade ,, Colonizing makes more; laud p o- Wiptherbee.One White,, Bantnm, pen : Iii si prize, C. F. Tyson.Jreen .
In Cicero I: duttie.hConirncrt. I ( Si.t..at. toil ( ullai,' CuffMr: Prevail.
6. :
Mary Kritt-Algebra, Latin. 'Twas (; Sugar: Cnne: Second
near the end of the 'lod prize,
"?i :! t' countr'estoproduct I
Katherine MoseleyAlgebra.Eleanor and Miss WickofT had been p encuuiages J. L. Phirigo.Bet Huff Orpington) p-n :: First P'IUI'u. i New Kden: Pl.-ntation.:
trying to I jiroilucts that sa\(' cthei I I:in hroiilo rod Lundloth( in ;\ J. N. Parker.rpington .
Rosen iN'apirr .
Algebra Latin BioClarabell Grass;
teach the class!'! something. : First prize, F. A.
Suddenly rountiics from famine. War do1not ,
Ion. II ( < lor: :\1... A. W. Uailey.I't Huff () pen : .Snond : Sti
'he exclaimed) in despair "Well) [l'votOll pn/.i OU|p.
look out for famine ... ,
: t Kmliioideird: Luncheon Sif: H. M. A In'\'.
w. Yates-Algebra. you everything I know and yidon't ) 'flu decision! of the judges was i'l ]'' : 1:, (C. I) <'a""a\'a: Fust prize(', C. S. Acri-e
Miy Muscnbeiy.l'ii' I.iKht Brahm
Rebekah ; 1'nst pri"i., Krnest
pen
Miller-Algebra Latin Bio- ; -
know I''I Eggplant : First C. C. Bass.
prize
anything yet. favor nf f the affil'lnativp. ..
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I I I I: \. 7-nu-re (Cioihft I I.un'h'on Set t tj : Bro"'I.I Cane

.- -- - ..- . ---. -- - - j :Mrs! J. R. Bronson. I Light Brahms single pullet : First( I'lantat Syrup ion:. First prize, New Eden
Ilk-t I: Ooc'iet' I Luncheon ('lothlli: l r. andecond l :\11' .
I lies. '' Milton
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PRIZE WINNERS Club GIrl. (; Tomato 1'ieseives; : :ltaC:,. L. j GlrmintICing.. I 1 Rutabaga: : Fust prize C. C. Bans.
Pr1zU FOR Bed) room set French I'ledger Cut Collards Fust
in knots: Eva til; 'O.h.IJ.d ;: l'rize.<< Steve Par-
Tindall. .Hist (I'lunev Luce Center-Piece: Mrs.j Bla'kIinorrll: pn : Flit p. i/e, Mrs tin.
I Tomato 1'iescivos, Mrs.[ G.; LGross. .
: I W. A. iiiI'!'. Milton,
Bed room Bet in outline Mitch t : Edith j t Plelger. Caraway : First prize, l D. Rotundo.
EXHIBITS AT- THE FAIR Bass. ''Two Best Small Ciochtt (Center-: Bron. i> Turkey, pair: : First" .
prizeWin. Tuimps: First '
T> Marmalade! / 1 prize<< S. T. Fanslcn
First :Miss Bnsecond. .
Ruby ,
I Bed room set in applique: Pauline Guava :Marmalade/ : First MI'II. Emma Miss Johnnie Bubliitt. ; Bronze T. Mclaughlin. -Chinese Cabbage" : First prize, I D. Ro-

Ii Winners Of Blue Ribbons Knight, Kenansville. :Neid; second, Mrs. \\*. Ii. Wy- Best Large Crochet Center Piece : Mclaughlin.: Turkey lorn1'irsl. : prize. Win. tundo.
Best made dress Rhubarb.
: Anna Bell Bionson. song. : First prize;; II. W. n()ice.
And Second Prizes in Best drers! combining colors TempiI'Minx. :Mi ju" Johnnie Bobbitt. Bronze 'I'ui key. hen: First ,prize', ''''III. Turnip Box
,. : Orange Marmalade: :Mrs. T. :M. Mur[ Kent Embroidere-J, Set of l Doilies: T. :Mclaughlin. Growing, in : First prize,

Various Departments Best phy.Itoselle. Fh B1'h'8.: A. :M. :Mofcley; second I Gl'ere, pair: First. anti second C. S. Acrec.Celery .
simple embroidered dress, Lo. prizes First
: :Marmalade: Mr 1 Emma' : prize, D. Rotundo.
:Mis. R. V. Phillips. Mrs. 11.
rine I M. Johnson.
Tyson. Giant Mustard
Following is the list of the various Neid. Bert Cut Work Piece: Mrs. 'N. B. Golden Sea : First prize M. M.
ale ii Best design on 'dress: Edith Bass. 1 Pickles and Retihhew Bright )Bantam, pen: Cosner.
prize winners at the recent county Best dress from Kenansville club Carson. First and second prizes F. H. Collar in
the ? Plum Preserves: Mrs. G. C. CUlT Box (growing) J. Wade
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agricultural and home demonstration Helen Scisne *- Beet Crochet Table Coyer: Mr. Jane Hruns. ': > .

&1 the exhibit, as furnished by Miss Albina Bert dresser scarf> : Cordel Padget;: Cucumber:Mustard Pickles Picklet) : Mrs.Mrs.Emma A.; L.Ktein-NtiJ. Henxon.Be ) ", White Cochin. pen: First. prize' F. Best Tucker Jisplar.ot Veretables First
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Smith, home demonstration agent, first; Mine Johnson, . t Embroidered and Crochet Table!! H. Bruns. ' .' ,t co .
q Kenansville priz
Julio
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baugh. Mincarelll.
find Leo H. Wilson Cover Mrs. J. R. .
glv.o county agricultural second. : Biorison.Ke Chinese Silkies, pair: First prize
F Sweet Mixed\ Pickles: Mrs. J hn Chayota: First prize, M. I. Stout.WOMKVS .
Crochet .
agent. : Best work on dresser scarf: Octavia Holzman.) -t Scarf: Miss! Ruby Bas<. Mrs.!'! Julia Smith.
Th.Im Art Department Duggar! first Voncile Alman Best Silk and Wool. ] Scarf: :'Ilrs.'I1.: I Bantam, pen: First pii/c, Mabel
; scrond. v Pepper Hash :Mrs. John '
: Holzman. :: ;
Awards of ribbons in the art department M. Tiller.Boat Funster. ( ).IB; THANKS
I Pimento Tickles: Mrs. John \\\o\i-\ \ I
t were as follows: I Best work in design on dresser fcarf: man. Pillow Topli8M: : Armstrong.Ue Babbitt HELPERS AT FAIRTh'e
China Section .4 Ollie Woolen first Gertrude Hand Painted l Pillow Top: Miss FIt'IIII' ,
Ad JI- h (
; ; < Cake ;Iai.t Halhit",
Punch bowl Miss Frances : Phone pin: First' .
: Bay. son, recond. }Pound Cake: Mrs. T. M. Rivtr-. Stixiup.Ii prii: ('has. Martei. I Kissimmee Woman's. Club
6 bread and butter
ttt Bullock, first; Mrs.plates John: Mrs.Pugh,S. 11'1.I Best Jane design Hancock.on dresser scaif: :Mary Dark Fruit Cake: :Mrs. G. L. (;Iro,B.Coffee --t Fl'ickie.Table Hun"'rJis': : Anna [Blgian! 1 I Hates, )pin: First" prize.;" Ia1..1 wishes to take this means of exprei-)!
C..ktMrs.. \ 1 Funslei. sing its deepest appreciation to
I C. M. Kenton.
ins ond. every
Center Park Club I Be on I 6 cups and Mrs. Devil's Food Cake: Mrs. A. L. Stein- Pigs. who aided in making possitle -
saucers Arthur Friikie.Best
Cooper. : I Best scarf: Vida Simmons, first ; Imugh. ( ht'"-":-r White K<>..... senior. First !'! the succi) 1 Sugar and Mrs. Mary Barclay, second. Yellow Cake: :Mrs. A. L. Steinbaugh. Wool and Crochet Sliuwl) : Mis.W. prue, Justice (Gallagher.) clubs tent during the recent fair.
creamer: Celeste H. Drc-Kch.
Best pine-needle basket Ro.lc.: < ,
: baugh. Chester White Sow Without the of
help its friends
t first junior: First many
Frip ; Mrs. Bullock second. Elroy. Best Crochet Yoke : First' Mis.[ < A. the club
piui *, could
( Roy
Pie Hulint not have
Cake plate: Mrs. Bullock, tirst; Miss Best pine-needle work-basket Maud M. :Moseley; second, Mrs.! Guy: hester its accomplished
Bay, second. Skinner. : Raisin Custurd Pie: Mrs. Shiigley. Uarrett. White Sow and litter ((11pigs aims so pm11vThey .

4 Vase: Miss Bay, first; Mrs. Bullock Best reed basket Alma Bread Best Crochet Bag: :Miss[ C'elie ) HoMiie Itasx. feel that each person who
Padget.
: Kritz.
White Bread: First, Mrs. ))uro(' Jersey Rows, helped in even the smallest detail had
second. Best!'! display in candied Bv-d; s c- Best Crochet: Rug: Mrs. J. J.. Henson. pen ((5 pigs) :
grapefruit ond, :Miss Helen First prize, Cecil his part in "
Satsuma bowl: Miss! Bay. peel: Alma Kritz. McLaughlin. Best Piece of Bead Work: Mrs. J. L. Outlaw. putting "Kissimme strawberry -
Chocolate Graham Bread: Miss Helen Mc- Fruit shortcake" the
pot: Mrs. Bullock. Henson. on map at the
Best whole grapefruit filled with '
Bowl: Miss Bay; Mrs. Kate Ault- fondent and nuta: Irme, Snenc.. Lautrhlin.Waffles Best Pair' Curtains in Knot Stitch: 4 Strap Tangerine: First prize: I- air. ,
u- : Miss Carabell Jennings! B. Prevail. The Ki"in"n
? man.Pitcher r Higdon. Mrs. W. II. Woman' Club,

Ca : Mrs. Bullock; Miss Bay. I C. F. Niemeyer Honorable had Mention on display a Parker ton. House Rolls: Mrs. C M. Ken- Best. Carriage Stroup.Robe: Mrs. W. E. San- '4 Victor Strap Hill.Tangerines : Second prize;; i y Inez Carson Angas, Secretary.

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Article of merit not listed: Miss Bay; tine collection of derson. -
.. Mrs. 'Fripp.Dresser Indian relics. coins, stones, and Strawberry Short Cake: Miss Cara Bent Knitted Shawl : Miss Nellie Best. Citrus Buds, (nursery stock) : First --
bell Higdon.Cookies prize, J. J. I/ester.
ph set: Mrs. Bullock; Mrs. Canned Product Best'; Collection: of )Bend: Mrs. G. L. Banana
Fripp. Strawberries Mrs. and Assortment: Mrs. Ira ,Gross. Plant, with fruit : First prize..
: John Holzman.
Dinner plate: Mrs. Cooper; Mrs. H. Shell Beans Weetherbee, Sr. BeEt Embroidered Table W. II. Wilcox.
: Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. Scarf in Color /4
Candles Strap Navel
S. Geiger.iPicture" Snap Beans: Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. : Mrs. H. W. Anderson. Orange: )First' and
Section Candied Grapefruit Peel: Mills Kirsig. .- Best second prizes, H. W. Boice.
Carrots Crochet
;: First Mrs. Center Piece
G. L. Gross Mrs.
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r Best oil: Mrs. G. L. Gross, first; Mrs. second, Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. ; Dave Bass. Mixed Citrus Fruit: First prize 11.
Belle Modie, second. Caramel Fudge: Miss Katherine Til W. Boice.
Cabbage: Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. Poultry
Water color: L.A. Hamilton first; Cauliflower: Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. Nut ler. Barred Rocks, pen: First and second V4 Strap Mixed Fruit, Citrus: Srcon.1 t.1 0 f') R E.
Miss Eleanor Kenton Fudge: Miss Katherine Tiller. prize II. W.
second. Tomatoes Mrs. prizes, J. W. Boice.
: G. L. Gross. Thompson.
Pastel B. M.: Hall Basil, second.Hamilton, first; Mrs. Corn: Mrs. G. L. Gross. Burnt Steinbaugh.Sugar Fudge' : Mrs. A. L. Barred Rocks, single cockerel: J. W. Box Hill.4 Granefruil. << : First prize, Victor_
Pimentos Thompson.
Honorable mention to Miss Orpha. Kraut Mrs.: Mrs. J. M. Duncan. Butter: )First, Mrs. A. I. Stein. Barred Rocks, '/ Strap Grapefruit, : Second prize
: G. L. Gross. single pullet: First ,
baugh second H.
V. Ellis and Mrs. Edna Green. ; Mrs. Ira Wietherbee. W. Boice.
Pear and second
: Mrs. A. L. prizes, J. W.
Steinbaugh. Thompson.
In the club girls' and club Cottage Cheese: Mrs. Emma Neid. Box Oranges: First
boys' Roselle: First, Mrs. A. L. Stein Barred Rock, hen, J. W. Thompson. prize, Victor Hill.

picture picture. painted section the went award to Carabell for the Hig-best baugh; second, Mrs. M. A. Clark. Minorca Eggs EggsBlack : Mrr. John C. Barred Tindall.Rock, cock, (club) : Miss Eva Grapefruit Dow. Cluster: First prize, A.
Catley Guavas
don : First, Mrs. G. L. Coble. We manufacture size
and for
the
I best calendar to Gross second Barred Rock, cock Miscellaneous any
Howard ; Mrs. M. A. Clark. Needlework (county) : Miss Field
Corn
Home Higdon.Demonstration Depatt..nt White Guavas: Mrs. M. A. Clark. Best Pair Embroidered Pillow Cases: Eva Tindall. Wet herbee.on Cob: First prize, I. H. tombstone. Buy direct and

Guavas: Miss Myrtle Hannah. Rhode Island Reds! pen, (cock, and 3
Awards of ribbons in the | Mrs. E. C. Dusenbery. Field Corn save agent's commission.
Home on Cob
Roast Beef hens) First and :: Second
Demonstration : Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. Best Pair Embroidered : second prizes, R. J. prize,
exhibits and Knit Pillow Clay Partin.
. were: Roast Pork Koliff.Rhoda .
Mrs. Ira
Basketry : Wetherbee. Cases: Mrs. J. W. Gardner". '' Sweet Potato. Write us a line.
Beef: Mrs. Ira Wetherbee. Island Reds, pen, (club) Man Nancy Hall: First
Beat Best
" pine-needle tray: Mrs. C. T. Beets: Mrs. H. G. Seiver. Embroidered Towel: First Mrs ual Gillipher. prize, Louis Seaman.

; i !o Best Moore. Vinegar: Mrs. :J. M. Duncan. Dow.M. E. Turner; second, Mrs. AIfoi4 Rhode Island Reds, single cockerel: Sweet Potato, Nancy Hall: Second LAKELANO'MARBLE AND
( 3'i 3 pine-needle placque: Mrs. D. Jellies and J> Mrs. H. W. Boice. prize New Eden Plantation.
rea rvei
L. Best I
Parker. Silk Irish
Quilt: Mrs. M. E. Turner. Potato
't ' Strawberry Jelly: Mrs. John lIol I I White Leghorn, ix-n: Firmt ..nt.. Bliss : First prize, W. H.
Best DM
Beat pipe-needle card receiver: Mrs. man. Patch Work Bed- - -r.---Snrl.,' _FIrSt<.__... ond prizes, A. E.Th-om-s. .v* DC';- Carr.Iriih '
. D. L. Parker. Mrs. Kirkpatrick; second Mrs. W. White Potato, Bliss GRANITE .WORKS
Wme'e Home Demonstration Club Plum Jelly: Mrs. :J. M. Duncan. H. Dresch. Leghorn, single hen: A. E. N. Phipps. : Second prize. :J.

, 0. Union Center: Guava Cranberry Jelly: Mrs.. A. L. Steinbaugh. Best Applique Bed Spread MeL H, White Thomas.Leghorn Pearl Rice: First prize F. G. L. BLACKBURN, Proprietor
cock ,
'. Beat covered pine-naedte basket Jelley: Mrs. Ira Wether S. Geiger. : A. E. Thomas. Cured A. Stroup.
Pork
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pine- .bee. White : First
I t: needle set of Beat Bed Spread Crochet Leghorn Cockerel: A. E. prize, County
table mats pine- Roselle and Cloth: Thomas. Farm. (Dave Bass). Lakeland FloridaI
/, f., ,needle ""baig receiver, and pine- Jelly: Mrs. Emma Neid. First, Mrs. N. B. Carson; second. Whit Leghorn Osceola Velvet Beans 1.tl
nedle Kumquat Jelly: Mrs. John Holzman. "Mrs. U. J. single pullet: Firat : First prize A. .
.Mrs. Burrows. AJ
to 't Tyasej G. A., Ha Hall. -
ye. White prize Mrs.
Grape Grace -'
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I i Best pina-needfe_ covered Jelly: Mrs.John Hoi* Best Knot Stitch Bed Garrett. Tomatoes
basket Spread
-Mra.
' ,pine- man. ,Wnit i Leghorn : First prize, Clark
single
needle ; ;;:pin-.ee rsateaJcet : Second
Appl prize. A. E.
Li' .;i't" .tlne-hWdle Jelly: Mrs. John Hlzinan. Best Knitted Bed' Thomas. prize. Mrs. H. W.
cake birtcet. Spread: First/Miss Johnson.
Rose
Carmen Comb
t" it. I *IineUo" "rliDwi.\ ... Grape Jelly: Mrs. :John -Myrtl* Hatmah second "' > White Wyandottes, pen: English
f. I banffcl''MttMMtacedle'bra** coat Holzman. ''Tucker.: ; ; MrI:. '/? J. First prize (club') Manual Gilligh- hey Peas: First prize, S. T. Pans
't washcloth t .
er.Roae
!; : ADd towelrbofdert 'Mrs.1 IraT Wet hr ?re..ry.. Beat CrocketBed Spread' Mrtt 'iN. Peppers: First
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Rosell
:i" Preserves Comb Wyandottea prize, Clark
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I r|r- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ) BIGGEST TAMPA FAIR s .... '' ............ . .,.. .... . ...... ... Y

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I. tb* '(..,.UnreoUi..... C..Cmatr.rt. ITth Judicial.....rt...Clr.mil within Dated two year. Irom date hereof. I Continue Through End of Next Wek I 'j i i .1

I. C ._ry.'' January Hth. A.. D. 1923. With Special lUtes on Railroads

.'.,t* O. P, KIUBB8. And Biggest Crowds in, History .1
Dapl of Ornnlf-and; Trust: Company -. > Executor.Norpcn '' .

a Corporation.. ,Complainant V FOR. PUBLICATION! Everything\ was n readiness for ..
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> Herlal No. 016084nH the South Florida ..
versus ) f great Fair and G Live
Isabel Lllllon Warlnir efeodn.; ) Department ''of th"'' terlor, Vj Land parilla Carnival which opened, yesterday Grocers
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and TURKISH
at Oalne.vllle' Fla Jan. *", 1811. through February ,
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NOTICM OF MABTKR'S HALE NOTICE'I. hereby, given that'Jo* 10.' Since the last fair there have VIRGIN''''
Notice In hereby Klvt-n. that
under
and by Virtue of a anal decree of fur*. on Maggard.December of Klsalmmee.So. 1918, made.., who been completed buildings the aggregate BURLEY like 'to handle
dosurp entered on the lit day of January stead Entry. No. 1116094., for Home- cost of which exceeds 75,000,
1913, In that certain cause lately lion' 14, 38 H. hangs Lot I 80, 8eoTownship Eoo\ and it has taken a small army of men

(pending Judicial I" the Circuit Circuit, Onot-ola Court Scveneenth Colin-" Tallahassee intention'! M"-'"'"". has filed notice to clean up and beautify the entrances .t

tv, Florida In Chancery' wherein Uanlc ?? eatabileh la"t'tktoT' : th<;.e.raed Proof above, and grounds in time ,for the opening
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of Orange and Trust a Cor> described, before Clerk day.Yesterday.
norntlon, la Coinplalnnnt nn.i Isabel at "" Florida' Circuit Court was Military and Breadis
" the 3rd Day
Lillian WnrlnR 11. 1.>. WartiiK her husliaiid of March 923. duj
and ormlck-Hannah Lumber Claimant there will be several other special the
names an witnesses-,
c'omimny. a Florida Corporation, are Mart Hunt, of Klsslmmen, Florida.: days, including .Gasparilla Day Gov- Best
defendant, I will on the first Monday ft. J. Johns, of Klsslmmen, Florida, ernor's Day Shrine Day Florida -
In February, 1923. It being the fifth Jessie Magg ardl of K'M'mniew' Florida Day Children' Day. At least thirty I an and
day of the month and a legal aatei day, Wllllo Nettles, of KlMsliuinee, Florida Cheapest
during the legal hours of bale offer ROUT. W. HAV1S.Herlster.. counties are represented at the fair I.AMIRKANTosA000ca '
for sale. nnd Hell at the Bust front door 1-btx: in addition to almost innumerable individual ...
tit the Usceola County Court House and community displays. The Food.
Klsslmtnec, Florida, to satisfy said decrre. FLORIDA DEVELOI'MENT live ; because it I is so good that it sells' ',
the following described real estiite BOARD stock exhibit this year is expected rapidly,
situate, lying und being In Oacs- NOTES 1 to be the biggest and bet ever the stock can be kept fresh and clean, it ', ',
ola Count, Florida to-wlt.: Lots Mix seen in Florida. More than
(6)), Seven (7), Eight (8) Nine 0.1. and The adjourned meeting; of the in premiums besides scores of$15,000 THE CAT AND THE makes satisfied customers, and brings re- ;
Ten (10) of Hlork one Hundred and Florida Development cups peat orders.
Thirty ((130)( of the Hemlnole, Land and held at 406 Consolidated Board will be and other specials are offered for CANARY NEXT FRIDAY
InveKlment Company'* Nuw Kubdkvlslondf Building competition.
Illorks. One Hundred and Twenty. Jacksonville on February 6, at tena.
Special rates on railroads entering BLISH MILLING CO. Ind.
four ((124) to One Hundred and ThirtyHrven m., as per adjournment taken at If you like thrills and hills with Seymour, J
(137) of the Town of Ht. Clouds. the annual Tampa have been arranged for the your drama offset by infectious
iK-roidlriK to the Ofrtclnl I'lat on Ole In meetingheld on Dec. 5. fair and carnival and great. throngs laughs, you will find ycur taste fully OO. OOOOOO.OO.OOOOOOOOOOO.O.OOOOOOOO..OO.OOCO.OOOOo,
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the nrnre. of the. Clerk of the Circuit of Florida" folfc, besides thousands of _____ _. ___. '
<"mrt of Oyreola County Stale of The Hcrvioes offered by the Florida supplied by "The Cat) and the Canary ----- - -- -:- ---------S---------- _______ .
Florida. and recorded In I'lat Hook Development Board to chambers of touiihts.from other parts of the country /' which is announced as the attraction ..000000..0000.00.000000.0000000000001000000000000000'

"II.;' pane lirty-thre (631.. commerce in helping to effect are expected to flock to Tampato at tho Casino Theatre for one .
Terms of vale carp Purchaser _.to orga. take in the greatest mid-wihter exposition I
nization -
or strengthen night on Friday, ,February 9. Coming
iuv' for deedI'nlcrt .- present! organizations
f this -1st day of January, 1923. in counties and communities booked of the south. Hotels have to this city) with a record of achieve- ForInsurance
W. J. 8TBBI*. has been availed of by the business many reservations, but"all of ment not excelled by any dramatic
Special Master men in Madison county. R. J. the leading hotels as well as rooming offering of the pAesentf generation

,, lUf-KINHON.th-lI..n fur AND Complainant.DICKINSON, 4-frt Black secretary of the Lake City and and boarding houses wish it understood ""The Cat and the Canary" is certainto
that will ServicePhone
they be able to take
Columbia find cordial
County Chamber 'of Commerce a reception awaiting
MOTH OK. MAMTKII'N "".-.:. represented the board in ef- cure of large numbers of persona in ,its many unusual and highly enter-
( I addition to those already here or who taining qualities.
I Ill he Circuit Court of the 1 Hf\rn- fecting organization of the Madison '
l i nth' Judlil.il. .rirtult, ,.f the Stele of County Cna i:ber of Commerce at have engaged i a(',(,' lnodlltions. I Primarily a hriller, which as one 222LUPfERS'
riorlila, In ami for OscoolH, (County In Madison on January 11, with officers Some of the large hotels already New York critic said "Out batted
')ianrry' JnmeM I.I Spencer .an Kx- elected to nerve until have received icscrvation requests for "The Bat" this remarkable play by
,utor of the l.ant \MII and Trslarncfitif early in April -
the PI" iHof\ the fair from New
KllBHheth Maxwell.. 4lereaNtd.. Coin- when. permanent organization will becomplet..d. Button John Willard is also one of the most
York
lilainiinttrsuM, The Wafers At t'arsonrr"rery The outlying communities Washington Philadelphia infectious comedies of the season.
Company a corporation. H. IIou were well repreMentiij at the Mfdtrl'81. Quebec, Detroit, Chi- Thrills!' and chills will chase themselves : INSURANCE AGENCY
,'n. an lCeiel\er of The \\'al..r. & L bn ('II go. Milwaukee, Indianapolis Minneapolis down
1'ursnii ternary Company' .n meeting and the oiganizunbn atarU ''ain1 up and your spine but .
tlon. and KlMtmme. \\.lm1.>salA corpora< ..- with hearty support of the people in even from as far away as you grip your chair and wonder ot..o..o.o.ot..oto..o..oo oo..oo.o.o.ooooooo..
rery Company, a corporation, Ilt'Mpondtntn the county. as Winnipeg and Spokane. fearfully what is to follow, you wit: .
Foreclosure hereby Four carloads of material fur the - -- - _. .
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A few other organizations have be swept off your balance by a comedy -- ---- ---- - -
Klviii I that !pursuant to H final decreentered Canadian exhibit arrived l in Tampa
made situation that will rock the house.
requests for the service and
i In this reuse' on the 23ril day
,.r IX'rember A. 1) !1922. I shall offer dates ale now being arranged for during the past week and representatives In no play of the last decade has there
fur salt and sell al pilbllr outcry for heir meetings. of the Dominion governmentwere been such a fine blending of cold,
,*...li In hand to the highest bidder nt on hand to supervise theinxtalla- hard drama and rollicking merriment. Chest colds-broken!
the front dour of the Court. House In A He I 1.1' in ChrJKtmua lion of these exhibits. Included in the
InslnmitM/ Osreolu ,'ount). Florida cards hasepoitfil It is this adroit combination of dra-
nn the first Monday In February prime to the Florida Development display from our northern neighbor matic elements that have made Mr. Q Inflamed membranes congestion
being the 6th day of February 1923. Board that during the third week in ale minerals grains"" fcrage grasses Willard's play the outstanding sue
during the legal hours of Male, the following January farm product, fruits in wide variety ; oppressive pain.Apply Sloans to chest
an average/ of three salesmen (ess of the last season. And geo.
Osccola described County. Florida property, towlt situate, In pt:.' day fioiii northern printing including barrels upon bane's' of the graphically measured the success almost and throat.lt scatters congestionyour "

l.ot. One ((1)) Two 12)I. Three films called to solicit ciders for delivery finest Canadian apples for free difliihution reaches around the world, for cold is <
13), Four (41. Five ((1)1) and Nix of printed matter next winter. and manufactures of many at the present! time "The Cat and theCanary' gone
46) of Johnson & 1'rutvs.tt'n frmblllHlon \ number of Klrr ln kinds In addition. scores of photo-
< of reds out (1)) mill I'ont, < printing firms is delighting audiences in
((41> of niiirk "I" tif W A r..l- 'lln turn out most any kind of printing inajiliic transparencies.. showing/ Canadian New York, Chicago London and in S1oan'sLiniment
,,'k'. Addition to the Town ofKlsalmmet I desired and at as favorable prigs views, mountain scenes national Australia to say nothing of the two
ell)', Florida. parks, etc., form a mcst interesting
ELLIS V, n.\,. t.Hpeeful quality conxidered as the northern splendid loud companies that are carrying -klllspain!
and attractive feature if the Canadian
Master In Chiim.it I fiinis. Patronize home industry its thrills to the far corners of
KIUKKM 8TKKI" I and help to develop your community exhibit, which xcupie the en- this country.
Solicitors for Complnlttant 4-Ct and state.The titt hound floor of the Canadian Kilbouin Gordon native south-
a For rheumatism bruises strains chest
.... .- building, on the cart ide'of tlv fair! colds '
MtNTKH'ft sti.M.i'nder I fciuoi', ia ti.o: piouucu of "The Cat and
public i la requested by the grounds the ('analr"and when he discoveredthat --
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and Ity virtue of a decree offoierlosure Florida Development Board to with- his first giejtt effort as a pro-
and sale rendered and entered hold patronage from all itinerant
ATAD"WAY" ducer had become the dramatic
sensation -
on July 12th, 1022. by the lion "IN
photographers unless
Charles 0. Andrews. Judge of the Clr- tht'y.can show of the decade he immediately:
cull Court In and for Onecnla. County icc-nni to operate in Florida. Reports planned to give the entire country the
!Florida. Jit Chancery, In certain, ere being received that of
: a a number benefit of the Once
KiKHimmee play at
\llIn a Reader Will Peel once.
cause In said Court pending wherein >
See The
photographers from northern citiesire Sensible Signs
Johnllson.. Kdwln It. Wilson and O Cratrfnl; for ThiN InformationIf launched upon a successful career in !rat
A. 1.4ininon. a. Kxecutors of the last traveling through the state making your !buck gives out; New York, which might last two or
will and testament of Thomas Wilson negatives of persons and build- HtH'omes lame weak or aching; even three years he organized a Chicago the w
deceased were" complainants, and Arthur ngi with the promise that the prints >-
If urinary troubles set in company and two road
Jo} Poneitan, Pat Johnston KIs- will be mailed companies CO '4a
slniinre. Cattle Company: Ous Noyes to parties later. Florida }I'erhapH your kidneys are "in a bad each of which player for player
and William R Potter were defend- has a number of very proficient way." I matched the organization: that is now
nuts. the underslKncd will offer forKale view and portrait photographers who a MID-STATE DECORATORSNext
its second in New York.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak on season
and sell to the highest and best ;
taxes and
home
bidder for cash. In front of the CourtHouse pay patronize mer- kidneys. Kissimmee will see the "Cat and the Inn
door In Klssltnmee, Florida between hanti, and they should be given the Local evidence proves their merit. Canary" in the same splendid way Newby
the legal hours of sal, on the business. that it is being presented in NewYork
now
6th- day of February, 18J3, the following Mrs. C.. .B. Hansel 421 Clay street.
described _lestate situate Insaid There seems to be tendency Kissimmee. says;; : "I can hardly de- Chicago, London and in Aus- ,
Osreola County, Florida, to-wlt: throughout the United States 501 ibe the misery I endured from\ tralia. I S s
the
All of Hectlons eighteen (II). twenty on r
backache When I tried to get out ,
(10), twenty-two (It), twenty. part of some people to invest in questionable "
eight (18) and thirty (30)): all of section stocks and securities and of bed mornings, an awful pain took Experienced"Yas
t: S3) except the NorthWrit then ask their bankers for opinion re in .the small of my back and I had sah,, Jedge I .wantta to getta "
;t"trwf the Southeast quarterof an I to have assistance.. The doctor: said divorces""You . ,
said section: and all of section thlr- in their purchases. The Florida De- dp eh? Well Rufus I BASS CONSTRUCTION: COMPANY S
It iheumatism. did
I%'-rour ((34),--all being -In Township vtlcpnient Board recommends to all was My kidneys suppose
28 South, Range SI Kant esters! who are not intimately acquainted net act right and I had awful pains that you want to be free to
JOHN R CADET I with storks I in the back of my head which nearly marry again."
4.&( Special Master In Chancery.NOTI9i and bonds that "' CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
thay investigate before investing. ,'rove me wild. I lead about 1 Doan'aKidney : "Nosah. I just wantta be free.

TO ('KErU1'OK. Any banker will gladly advise his' Pills and procured some atRoborson's WOOD BRICK STONE
Drug Store and they ..
lit-nts about the worth and
I. ...set .1 e\.. (....." J.d.u: .. 0..1. 'neness of genu- ured me of the trouble." STEEL STUCCO
stock
...... cny nroposition butit liii ,
('eusi .f FlertaaIn I
Price 60r all dealers. Don'tsimply
at
-- in. embarrassing to him to show After Every MealWRlGLEYS N. F. BASS JACK BASS

re Estate of Mitrtlm, A. n..r, hat an investment which haw been ask for a kidney remedy-gut 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue
To all Creditors. LesateesINslribulce l ( $ nude cannot be recommended. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that A
and all I'eisona having ---- - -- -
You DeinaiitlH and each against of %.<>u sold. .ire Kutat h.*'., .hno Co., Mfis., Buffalo. N. Y.
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tided and I rtMjulrtd to pr< 8tiit am i
The number of cattle killed under
claims mid either i>f you, IIIHV liiiv iiKiiitiHt th federal] inspection in 1920 was 10,089
estate of Maltha A. 1.I err. )late of iHceula ('ouritKloi, 'Ida. to thiiinderalKiied percent or GAZETTE "WANT ADS" ARE WINNERS
Admlnlntral. of said. es 2,920 095! was reported bruised Or in- I Top off each meal
tote within two years from the dateDecember IUI ('d. and nearly 3,000,000 pounds
h..r'of. hud! to be removed! and lol'll.This' ( with a bit of

Dated HUOH 29th.R A.OEIOKR n 1932., s would be a normal supply} for 6;,;,000 sweet in the form oo .oo.ooO. OO" ..ooI

Administrator, Klsslmmee, Florida. persons for 305 days, all lost in large of WRIGLEY'S.
4-9t I Dart l hv carelessness.SPARKS. I C. F. PHH'PS J. II. PHIPPS

Klsalminfe, Florida. Jan 19th 192S It satisfies the I I
TO THK $WKHOtnEJRS OF THE) PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE
TUCKEK BRICK COMPANY: sweet tooth and
YOU ARE IIKRKI1Y NOTIFIED that
the annual meetlntr of the Tucker aids digestion. :: GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES '
Hrl<'k Company will be held' at the office .
of the l'umpany.whlch Is the of- Pleasure and 1Y
: "OIL AND GASOLINE : BATTERY WORK J
n<'o of the (Company'" Attorneys, Johnston t S
& (lnirett. of Klsslmmee, Florida, benefit combined.
at ten clock A. M on February third, LOCATED IN SPIEIfS BUILDING :i'l
A. It. 1923. The builneHs to be taken
Up nt said meeting, will l>e the generalcorporate I FlorencePortable Save i.Wns f PHONE lit KISSIMMEE FLORIDA t

liuslness. of said. companyand Sus ,1 ('rSri4bt 4'G:.vs co<4d-+.Jrn, : ouch cither matte as may come

before the meeting . .
This the 1'Jlli. day. of Juiiunry A. D. - - - ---

1923 .:..:..;..:-OO.: .-<-< O)*. :O.Xo-Qoo-.X ) :<-*.:,. ooo
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In th.'ount..,. Judgrs Court' of Ost. .oluC'ounty. . Your neighbor's fire may
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In Re nntiite of ('ha rIce \V Wind, COMB

Nollt'"- 'Is hereby dereasi,given to nil whomIt wonderful have been carried for miles. S. B. AULTMAN j cheap for cash, or on terms. Or will trade for real

may conc-cin thnt on the 20ih ilu\ Florence Oven. It has ::
of March, A. n. 192X the ulldnralKneil Build wisely ; be careful, estate. "
will apply to the Hon T I. ,'nm..rJudM' worthwhile im-
'' of the above entitled rouit silting many and insure. I MMS,PW BM. i A. M. JONES
a. Judge of Probate, nt his office You See
In the County ourt house of sccoln. provements. must
County at Klsslmmee Florida tin ouT REAL ESTATEand
final discharge ns exerutorfi of the en. see it to appreciate it. LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE
tate of Charles W. Warddeceased. and i
that at the same time we will presentour All insurance is not
anal accounts BH executors of the Bigger oven means more .->< o OOOtooooooooooooootO oo.ooo.t.ooo..t..oo

said estate January and ask 8. for A. n their 11123 approvalDated cooking apace. Lining la alike You need the beat FIRE INSURANCE -

O.RORT.WAYNE B. FI AVARU
Executors nf the last will and tenta- baker'soven-insuring even
m.nt of Charles W. Warddeceased surance Co., for strength
-9l heat distribution. Shelve 11 Darlington Avenue66r6 I YOUR OPPORTUNITYAer 1
and fairness.
adjustable to five positions ,
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NOTICE 'TO CREDITOR! I
-and are firm and strong. lor
ripe sub-dividing- for /arms homes Atlantic
a&4 groves or or on
!. C.... .| the Cevsitr ....*.. O_ ,
J:....r. .State .f Flerlda. New latch and handle. Oceifl fcfid Indian River across river from Melbourne,-Bridgo '"' '

Glass door. The n w door t'onnectingExtensive; development now going on near this acreage.
In r. BUta e -of Call on this agency In parcels to suit from 1 to 150 acres.
Sarah A. Prevatt Jec.toaeed. and.asbestos lining keep all Some sub-divided and fully improved advancement sure finest Iocs' '

To-; all Creditors! Leg-atees.,Distributees heatJnsid. B..t.toro..n' is- lion on. East Coast. Demand now on for this property.
and for Colds
all persona narlnfClaimsor 4 Prescription
Uemand ...*."." sajd.,Ksta-te.: 'vookff;!", CARSON FARMER"The : Write phone -or call for;pl t rt .and prices. Get in. on ground floor

You and each ofy ou, 1'.' hereby)' no. Fever and LaGrippe.! It's. : ,t,

tilled clalma an:..uidx*'"' required.naAda..t Arhleh./' present.youor any MAKINSON ,HARDWA'REK Insurance- .- Man" the most speedy remedy we Indian River Homes .RO.ift: .pat1y :;;'

either ef you, may ha v > aaralnst the estate preventing: Pneumo :Atlantic Ocean
of Cir..K A. Prevwtt. dee!>.Md. lat* rh... IS. Over 0...._... P.... b6rut know, ;
of Osoeola Oounty, F/oriaa. to the un MELBOURNE FLORIDA ) '
'Florida / OlW WINTER Pres.
'd..lpl'd.. Executor of aid'' [estate. .......... K....__. rl. j Iv

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Assists. SATURDAY FEB. 3 Feb. 9th

THE Friday Night

The r.f SEE THESE PRETTY VASES ON DISPLAY. ALL CUSTOMERS BUYING : ,

mee publish V I AS MUCH AS $1.00 SATURDAY, CAN HAVE THEIR CHOICE OF

the ha| ANY .1 VASE AT 19 CENTS EACH.
cur at '

erob had a | !I I HERE IS THE BIGGEST HIT OF THE SEASON A GUARANTEED

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they no wa, v I s,: 18 pair Women's One- One lot Window Shades Our Spring Line of I NEW YORK PRODUCTION-AND A COMPANY


in We the I :I Strap Rubber Heel Soft each . . -. . . . 50c Yard Goods are here. THAT PLAYS TAMPA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE

was n Come in and look them
1 Leather
zette c Sole House BIG CITIESA
high over.
with tHigh Slippers, pair . .$1.69 One lot Infant's Nice
ft) CARLOAD OF SPECIAL SCENERY.
P SMCCf Dress Shoes, pair. .45c All Blankets and Comforts -
time ail I
One lot Infant's Moccasins at Reductions.
we shtfi

one of I pair . . .15c --,. -- .
Just received shipmentof Oxfords --
Inc.
THiThe Large (IxlLBOUBK GORDON,

One lot Oil Cloth, Women's Slip-on and Pumps. All new -- ,/ Z'e.s L e.zr t$ .

Highlookin yard . . . . . 29c Sweaters, $2.98 to $6.00 Styles. % '
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{ place in the presence of.B. C. Miller be held the same as in the lurgei
and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Por- schools of the county.
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To tod parents of the bride and gioom". I !'. Lee Bass, president; Dr. Milton,
The bride is the daughter of the I
spiritWe I vice-president: ) and Mrs. Ruby Shu-
BRIDGE PARTY first sheriff of Osceola county, and ford secretary and treasurer. The .yrat.EO BY
eount; FOR MRS. CORRY has a large: number of friends in Kis- I regular meetings/ will be held on the l /., > ctK Cyr WILLHRD IRA HARDS
the pSome Mrs. II. E. Corry of York, Pennsylvania I immee where she lived before her I second Saturday night of each month.
was the guest of honor irsidenctf in Avon Park. The groomis To add to the interest of the meeting -
sport .I Tuesday afternoon at a blidge party the son of Mr. and Mrs. David county agent, Miss Albina Smith,
1. given by Mrs. D. W. Alderman, :Mrs. I Lander. accompanied by a state nurse, was
22.. Howard Anderson, and Mrs. J. S. Ca- p After the ceremony refreshmentsI with us at the meeting.At PRICES: FIRST l 12 ROWS ORCHESTRA; $2.00
;3: del, at the home of Mrs. Alderman I j were served, and Mr. and Mrs. I an- the close of the meeting le-
.4. A very enjoyable afternoon was 'tier I left by automobile for Biaien- fr shments were served consisting of NEXT ;5 JtO\"';, OltCJlESTR.1.50
6. pent in playing bridge. which resulted town. They are spending today in I I sandwiches and coffee, followed by a
0, in high: score for Mrs. P. C.Duttorft' Tampa, and will be' at home tomorrow treat of candy made by the oijjhtfl BALCONY ENTIRE:
. . 1.00
at Avon Park.KENANSVILLE. -
Mrs. "
Dixon, of Michigan, I grade gills in the domestic science
won the consolation prize. Mrs. Cor- dcpaitmcnt. The meeting then adjourned ,!-

w.WMiW. with! honor guest,beautiful ' NOTESThe to the next regular me till//(. MAIL: ORDERS( \ !' CHECK OR POST OFFICE ORDER
: several very hand- RUBY SHUKORD! Secretary.

made handkerchiefs. parents and teachers of KellI INCLUDING>l TAX 011It') ON EACH SEND
Delightful refreshments of chicken SANFOUD" : ANn ST. CLOUD HANK:' TICKET. ) SELF-

salad, several kinds of sandwiches. Thurs-day' January OFFICIAL' VISITS_KISSIMMEEW. I
purpose i
ADIMESSKD( ) ) ENVELOPE
and strawberry shortcake were served -! of organizing a Parents and .
II.
TunnKliffp in Kitsimn.cc.
with coffee demi-tasse. 'I was -
Teachers Association. The attendance -
Tuesday his from i
on St.
-- way
': and interest at the meeting in 'loud to San ford, where he is president -
LANDER-BASS WEDDING icated 1 that a deep interest is u'inr I of The
Peoples' Bank.
Tliulsday afternoon at two o'clock :[ taken in the school and its work. The Mr. Tunnieliffe is I
ann Mias Roberta Bass was married to "p.incipal of the school, :Mrs. Bass vice-president of I
the Bunk cf
Saint Cloud
and attended!
fund Joseph A. Lander, at the lesidenceofthe stated that, beside. having one of the the annual meeting of the ; I 1'.11,1",, ..: t, . _ 15.0/)1
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. best' school buildings and equipment I' : stockholdj j' FINANGE COMMITTEEFOR
of that
Te I ,lets institution Monday: after-
David Lander, at 316 Church I
Sch t ctieet. in the county, it has'amollg its pu- I,j neon, at which he says practically allstockholders $I-IHIli. ; :! ; I
Mr. Lander officiated at the wedding.: |I pils, many who show a determination :!I 'Out..tandinl
,. w1T The home :was very prettily and to avail themselves of every opportu- |(I the cashier's were report present showed the He bank says FAIR REPORTSIssues Drca) _,h.u____ __ _s 48.00 I
tastily' decorated with potted plants nitv thus afforded for securing a 'to be in VilA. .If .. {
etc 1 1am bignonia, and other floral decorations . a, most prosperous condition,
higher
education- ., !I
total deposits,, amounting to $Z78105'1.27 Of L0.00.
:from the rosery of Miss-Jean Caldwell The elder List Donors> And
} IT boys arc taking hold of_
i whose artistic talent made the { ,I a gain -9f.,$$88.057.01 during,
the the manual training tools with a de- i J the past year.Although . Bills: Chairman Boosts '*TftTl8! |iBiRWWHto the funds, as
scene a most beautiful one. Mrs': termination to make something for!I|I furnish by the
treasurer, U. J. Burrow
only four"years old tht'lunk
) King, a guest at the Lander home, {! Kissimmee .
gl i every known purpose, while the older has earned u net profit on itscapital Spirit i 'ollow ,
nrsistcd in the clecoratioin. j i gills made exhibit for the :,111,1'] , '
ThJa many stock of over C>2 percent. Ic- V ".L'Mi $". :ti
Mrs. J. E. West rendered MendelKsolin's |' county fair. The smaller /girls: make parts The finance committee. ulu. h immediately ,' i.I.,1.
IMsingthl'ouyh .the bunk during I
wedding march. Mr. Lander, ,! scrap, books fort the Cluldien's 11 >me the 1922! I I21Ii..un.Ii after the dose of the. cowl j': (; -
I year amounted ti 1. / 00(
taking his place an clergyman, was of Jacksonville. The j /fliir ;howe.l a defic't, '; of I "
ity ,,
? younger b"ys'j ( J 1, fact 1 approxii <
a which shows the ? -- J On
to followed by Mrs. Lulo Bass,and,! Mrs.:'' ] 'I' /, .
ale busying themselves keeping, the prosperous' condition in Saint Cloud i: mattly twenty--ix dollars! lulse;ir I .. ( ... :-. ""
je Lander, mothers of the bride, and I I I I school yards clean* and up to the and surrounding, telritory.I ('d additional donations to make up" 111' I I I., tt:.. :-. ',l DEGIN
groom, as matrons of honor, and j Ar ONCE !
standard.There 'I that deficit und .
$n nin I| The following officers! were .rc'-elect-I now presents a com " t 1 aM ". :" 1
little Walter Nelson flower boy The j will t he four repoitMthout red 1/\1"\ . -
graduates from figures
Iplcte.
/: ('d I to serve during the ensuing : I II. I any :', r"It.
ceremony was an impressive one being ]i the eighth grade: thin year, and if I. K. Conn, p-esident W. II. Tunnir'iffe. year I Judge, Comer. chairman, of the finance 1 I" ",..
; (11"1)l '
which .Mr. (COUIHI teach
Lander has used
onIthh one i this school standardizes: as it is expected viee-nrefcidcnt, and (O. It. committee( ; who sucuied most ll/iil'l-r' / \ I'/:< I'ul, .1I" youth
, for a number of years, and took i to, graduating exercises wil! Bleech, cashier. 'jof|I I thepledges" from miliMduuM ami I K i'' '.' ... ) up( t prai'tic il side of busi- It
II firms, expressed him,..1 If ns \1 ly much I (: w . . ,
---- - -- -- I \I'l' u'
.___ ________ ,
uuuu. u. unu.u -- 1 j pleased| with the response he mi'l \Wil i .---'j '/ ." ( m ss ,'xrwri"n(','". OurguiduateM

be F f'i' JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfllllllllllllllllllllllll" / 1111I1/11I11I111111I11I11I11I111I1111I1111I1/11I II / / /" llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllLs / /{ I|'when had no ho trouble was getting lit all,"the lie pledge said.) "Ev-!':"I 1 'I 11Ft"A .i-,. ;A.-r'l.;' ',., .Srop 1. .. .... _- .. alto"i>.oor. ((11/ accept a post

-- erybo'iv seemed most willing( to d:)-'I"! <"opl( I ',I.r"re.;/ . . (
oo t lion
with I IN Ia Ie -- natc. I It bowed a very (mepint. cm I- <\ :NU. _ _ !50) i ir. perfect confidence
I6 = the part of Kissimmeo people, Please i 1.1..'n,.* M J jnfro, ,,i . . _ ..oo) ': that they will be
" express my thanks to the people for K "-i ., .O"J't t . . _
r..oll
If Ifa their co-operation." |I/, K 1 !L.. hole . u 5.00 I able to make good
The money raised by the finance Mi'' [L'i er- . -
r.JC)
= committee, Boy Scouts, and misrellaneous |IM"ld. it f"'Jt'r! Hank _ dill ,
WHEN- = sources was all in addition to Rh'J') rl i._". . . START HERE !

p YOU HAVE MONEY that and home appropriated demonstration for, the all department icultural ,.r K.f ?I/ ,.,.'fl...':.-..Wro"rwCiv l ,..al.. /rr"cerv.. ;'u. ;i.IU'.110( '' BEGIN nowt

C = The Bank With = exhibits in the fair proper and was ; ?ttM \ /(.... r.;oo"" i
I raised in order that there might b,? :.\ I -- -: ,
the in the Bank the world's resources are at an amusement unction, with all the !I- i" !i'/ 2.50 2 50 '''
.
attractions free. This. no admission R i '.% : ; '

t Ability your command. You'may enjoy the products feature, applying to the exhibit build i J-: / r.; . 2.00: ,0'J :'
ing as well the
an sports was lived UJ'| .t I :1' I P./.
and of the Tropics or wear the furs of the == to in all every detail t The concessionswere I L (( '!. t, i '-r *. :2 2.0IW 00) I .

limited to local organizations r I ,' i"1 -ul i _. .. _
I
I IRUNDOWN
North buy the articles of the East or = : the hanoi Woman's Club, and Kfibl.) .. u/ ';j'reuflf 'h. 2 2.OO 00 .
=== seventh and .
Willingness eighth gtadcK all '
making ;
in i !1'nnlture' '
=== ( .
i
0. 2 Oil i
money. The Boy Scouts had! the ...
con Mi /i :ft( -ud| Son: '
to Serve BEHOLD TilE SCENERY OF THE fettl concession, but on account of WHi .r :>t,1' :dIIO! ,, PEOPLE
there being no "Midway," but having I lil-il: ," .., '. . /) j I
"' the 'street carnival 2.00/) )
changed ,
to one h''I/.H
ittis
WEST -_ block, the crowds were too dense to K I. M.ni.k"rt . '2.O'd-.0,1) J NEED RICH BLOOD
DEPOSITS permit a confetti popularity. Tli" .1 I ,K; 'A:.
INSURED .tu.nrl| |: . . I I
hoys worked :J.UO! (
Save your money today-put it in the Bank nbout long and hard and jut i.iy.i| / Il4.tel 2.1111''' \/OU never heard a doctor
broke )
.. = even, and are not down I K S Kli.j-l _ I ; I le is all run down, but his blood

.. for old age. Make your expenses smaller making hearted.the They success played of thramusement a big pal I in \; ,: 11..,.,vAK'inrn'1 ._ "Uh __ 2.1I0 2.011') I! is pure and rich."
,
I >fmit ni The best thing-the thini-
< Mt Stole biggest
6. _ . than your incpme. One dollar will open) a o fdl pction<;JwRhip", selling which"certificates nettc-il( of good N, C Bryiir . _,_ ._. _. _ :2.00!Ill/) i that Glide's Tepto-Mangan does H W:
f $1 HJ (:"i; of I
I ( I. Uainu . _ I purify and enrich blood. Then! '
} the $100 2.00/) your
"
-
i necessary to brong the
-. Bank Account with om- S K those out
Bulttk------------- down
run dragged
us.
of Oklahoma 2.(00)(
pany wearf'
== > I nmi for the free cowboy from \,r- A /H'.fen. . _. _ 2.00)() ,l! ('(' disappear and the oldtime
bucking arrl 1
\ == bulldogging: exhibition. Uc-'r I I. P Timtnon _ _.. _. _ 2.00 1 I y,1IT1aad "pep" come back again. Get
DO IT NOW I P. I L LovrMartin's _ I Gude's Pepto-Mangan today.
The report[ of the firmn, oinll., , - - 1.fO
I -= tee is as follows: Market . IOO I At your.druggists! -liquid or tablet.
. = K; L I'rpnell--------------- as
Total you
\
amount received ,
fiom
1.001
Y == J W. Wynn I
_
t firms, individuals! city, and ----- -- -- -- 1.00 I
=== : surge; A. prefer.Jude's
Shutc------------- I
) j county ',' LUO
----- -"IKT
---
---
---- -- > Ross arid
1 Additional, donations pledged: 2I':; ') Ilroneon----------- 1.00
I
hr.
. H. S.
_.. 1eiger------------
;".",I-:.i---, 1.00 pepto-Ma.ngan
Bank of Osceola 1 Vouchers drawn for bills O. kM. by $;;13.25
.
-
County -
ff i Cash finance for committee: --- Tonic and Blood Enricher

_
',' , roundup -)( ) :
f I' : I $ -. Pork, coffee, and'gtoeeriep51.8! ; ::. ;

Fire hose contest u-______ loot f Rough .. "r
rt:, Wire, nails ____u__________-_ 21.35: j ,
Hours chapped
9 :A. M. to 3 P. M. Two hogs ____Uh_______- 1000 Hands? New life I Ino
s Cash prizes
i ia -----h 6.25
w ..
s."
.NENTHOUTUM
-- Advertising and printed mat- mon biliousness,8IX JI
I ;
-- ter ---_________________.. 89.25 -.

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