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 9, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID01102
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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!FOUR BANDS IN ORLANDO STARTS FAIR', TUESDAYThe '' KISSIMMEE' HAS NO COMMISSIONERS- IN CAT.AT AND'CASINO CANARY, TONIGHTThe BOYS TEAM WINS



TOWNJHIS WEEK publicity Mid-Winter agent'Fair for at the Orlandois SubTropical MALARIA MOSQUITO REGULAR SESSION /, thread mystery of play romance, with an interesting running- I AT TARPON,. SPRINGSGirls


Two Band.Concerts Sunday You'll giving never advice regret as follows it-you'll: never City Physician Says Almost Transact Regular Routine and through is called it, which'by many set New the York best agog mystery Lose By One Point'

Two YesterdayIn- regret it! Hitch up your horse your Business Discuss Road play on the boards, will be seen
And No Dengue Either Chamber :
mule' your oxen; speed up your Cadillac : tonight at the Casino theatre. It Is While Both Lose To Fast

cl ding Boys Drum Corps I IKIIIlmmee Litiie, your Pierce-Arrow your Tin Will Fight Mosquitoes Repairs:' Approve Bonds seldom Kissimmee theatregoers have St. Petersburg Hoop rs
; buy you a reduced rate rail the opportunity to see plays of such

always did like good I ticket or "foot It" to Orlando the "Kissimmee Is remarkably free The county commissioners met in merit and a full house is expected by Oaceola High School took its 'first

Having an excellent band of Its Greater City of Orlando.It's .. from malaria and dengue.: In my ten regular session for February last Manager Jordan.DAUGHTER double-header basketball last
p vnilt U in a position to appreciate a great fair is this fair. It's years' practice in Kissimmee I cannot Monday morning with all members week, both the boys' and girls trip teams

others .. Llkin ; music, worth making some sacrifice to tee. recall an instance of 'chills and fever'in present.It playing Friday in
it cit fens bare always glad to hesi Toke your wife your kids, give your the city. We have had scarcely any was reported that the bill for OF GORDON NYE Springs' and Saturday night night at Tarpon Saint
this week thejThave hired help a deserving: holiday. let shouldering the road between Kis
some more. And dengue either which is carried by the IS FATALLY INJURED Petersburg.: Seven boys eight
girls,
your store-clerks out for once in their simmee and Loughman had been sent
house of
had that opportunity. common variety mosquito. --- and Coach S. W. Cason and Miss
lives send the school children. Give
Sunday in addition to Its own reg- So far as my own observation and to the State Road Department but Local friends of Mr .and Mrs. Gor- Amy Maktnson made the trip, going
ular four o'clock afternoon concert, yourself! a rest. Come to the Sub- practice goes and as far as I have that 1 it had not been paid. Inasmuch don Nye, of Miami, will' be shockedto by automobile.

the enjoyed an excellent program troplcall Loosen been able to discover not a single as considerable additional repair workto learn of an accident to their six- Owing to late arrival it was necessary
that
city e Fort Pierce band which up corroding dollar in case of malaria has ever originated toads in the county must be done year-old daughter Helen who was for the girls to play immediately
Kissiramee for an hour jeans; draw a check on your in Kissimmee during residence the ,attorneys for the board were instructed with
stopped in bank withdraw my run over by a truck in front of the no opportunity to rest from ti
its to 'the South' a portion of your here." to take up the matter of thecounty's office of her father First street the trip. The
and a half on way hoarded borrow on game was close resulting -
}Florida Fair where it played to the friend come specie to Orlando.All from your So spoke Dr. H. S. Geiger city claim with the road depart Miami, Monday. The litle girl was, finally In a victory for the

-.thousands who saw. Saint Lucie courtty's physician of Kissimmee, at yesterday's ment. at the last report, lying in the hospital Tarpon Springs girls by'a 12 to 11
lead Orlando.)
roads to at
prize winning' citrus exhibits. Stop meeting of She Chamber of County Engineer Joe Johnston reported with a fractured skull and little scar Mary Kritz and Elizabeth
, Orlando; see the fair the great fair, to that he had ordered rock to Moseley
The Fort Pierce organization had Commerce. The doctor ,went on hope was entertained for her recov- sharinorthe honors at scor
hnrdly finished their excellent concert tho stupendous fair February 13 to say that there had been chronic cues repair the asphalt road on the Ocean- ery. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nye are well ing. *

when time arrived for the Kissim- 17, a full week of riotous pleasure. treated here and a very few 'malaria to-Gulf\ highway, and provision was known to the newspaper fraternity of The boys fared better in the following -

band's regular one, and no one Splendid exhibits wonderful stunts, cages which had easily been traced to made by the commissioners to deliv- the state. They were formerly valued game, which they easily won

xrened ince to get too much music, everyone I pleasurable performances Johnnie.biggest Jones' other sources, the patient having had the bill when the material was employees of The Gazette afjerwarda with a. score of 19 to the Tarpon
races, most wonderful
the privilege of hearing the malady when he.came. ered.Leo conducting the Tropical Sun, at West Springs boys' 5. Gordon Bullock at
two mighty good bands on the_ _on 1e greatest aggregation of amusements The discussion arose when Secre- H. Wilson county agent re- Palm Beach, and are now publishersof center scored eleven of the nineteen
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in' America.Come Burrows read letter from Col- ported in detail the expenses of the
I tary a 1 the Florida Real Estate Journal points Uly Chapman and Raymond
afternoon. c '
morning four bands were i one and all and enjoy the onel G. W. Porter M. D., president of recent county fair, showing that his at Miami Tyner, playing forwards, getting six
Thursday time two in the city at the name selections. Lake I asking that the Kissimmee Chamberof made by the county. He desired -' played the two /guards.'

them' alternating of Commerce band AMERICAN LEGIONBLOWoUttUESDAY Commerce join in the battle on the to give' cash prizes for some of A S. GILBERT NOW With a victory for one team anda

attired Chamber their picturesque "uni pest. This subject has been raised the exhibits and asked the board if ,, very close score for the other the
in and dusters in the chamber meetings I before but it was in position to appropriate mon- Osceolans journeyed to Saint Petersburg ,
forms" of straw hats on ; no great enthusiasm has been work- ey for this purpose. On account of KISSIMMEE MAYOR Saturday. Here they played on
(end other things) were playing/ shortage of funds st the mat- '
ed up on account of Kissimmee's remarkable present an indoor court and were at a con-
of the pootofflce
Broadway in front freedom from mosquitoesof ter was passed over until the next siderable disadvantage-having their
further at the intersection ---
while a block and DarlingtonCorps the Eighty-Five Addresses Of all descriptions. J. M. Willson W. meeting. their first game on a floor instead ofa
of Broadway from the 'J. Steed and H. M. Katz all spoke County printing was disposed of Automatically Became City clay court. This isnt an alibi,

Drum and Cornet Home at Macon Ex-Service Men Here Sent favorably regarding the local cham- according to the usual rule of alternating Head On Resignation Of however, for both the Saint Petersburg

Georgia Industrial of,music that Bids: Others ComeRem..ml ber taking active steps to try and reduce certain printing I between! the teama had the locals outclassed, .
,
held forth. Speaking two other the smaU number this section two newspapers of the county. This Mayor May Tuesday the boys losing 10 to 34 and the girls
some morning brought violinist does have and the members present year The Gazette will do ell the printing 1 to 30. All of the scoring for Kis
musical ((1)) attractions singing a blind the- >4r! that statue you used tn voted to have a committee appointed for the county except the delin- Tuesday night's meeting of the simmee was done by Gordon Bullock
and after look at in the Tuilleries? No, not
playing headed by Dr. Geiger with Secretary quent tax list, that being given to the city council resulted in a new presi- and the one point made by the girls
and a Scotch bagpiper the one thought of first but the
bands had gone you Burrows and another member to be Saint Cloud Tribune.A was on a foul
it is they do down the little arch the dent of the council and in a new mayor goal by Mary Krits.
one one
whatever near
doing Dr. an trade acceptance for $250 was The players who the
Geiger took
the same appointed. spoke of the city of Kissimmee.H. trip are
about where she woke
with those weapons was stretching just quoted above when accepting this ordered drawn in favor of the Kis- B, May presented his resignation enthusiastic in their praise of the
Pierce band boys "Au leveil" such ,.
time. The Fort up or some name simmee Concert Band theappropriation
to
chairmanship and i in later conversa cover to the council to accept a posi- Saint Petersburg basketeers, designating '.
also in town returning from was its title, and that's what it meant
were made-by the -
tion. county.DlSTRICI" tion mate of the "Keepatit them alas good sports as
.... with Kisiimmee's -"just woke !" as dredge ,
which
Tampa, up that he well
Burrows reported as good players.
Secretary and on his stepping out the presidentof
band four at That's the idea next Tueaday
made the register big METHODIST
own. working the booklet which Kissimmee had an to
was upon the council automatically stepped opportunity
the same time. I night. The American Legion Post would shortly be issued that pries I'REACIIERS MEET IN see the Saint girls in
in Kissimmee has "au reveil-ed" and in, A. S. Gilbert thereby becoming Petersburg action
is the KISSIMMEE CHURCH
The Fort Pierce organization had been obtained from various con- mayor. This assumption of the du- yesterday afternoon when a re-
oldest organisation and played the the publicity with the committee ex-service to get in in cerns and that the booklet would be The district Laymen's Set-Up Meet- ties of mayor also automatically" required turn Rsrrte'\ was played on the local
touch men
most finished music of the visiting issued in the future. A committee ..'The went the
have been for them.They've. near ing and district Preachers' Institute the choice of a new presidsnl game same way,
bands. With a reed section of seven town hunting appointed to assist the as far as the victory the southern
located and sent was was held in Kissimmee Tuesday and of the council and J. M. Hansell was goes,
and a band of twenty-six pieces eighty-five is to secretary, consisting of II. M. Katz, Wednesday at the Methodist church, elected to that office. girls winning this time 23 to 4. ?
twentv-one of which were present in I them "cards upon which a place ( ex officio Leo H. Wilson and Allison Sessions The council devoted considerabletime The star basket shooter for Saint'
that be in cpened Tuesday morning
the Klssimme concert they their were best. write line for 4hs the adjutant old chow cal r.ou'li T. French. This committee. was instructed and the final 1 session was held Wednesday to discussion of the work of the Petersburg in last week's game was ;i
greatly enjoyed making to have a "dummy" of the dredge with particular attention toward Martha Stercfii. who scored 23 of
impression with Souaa's Stars and But-if you're an ex-service man anddidn't proposed booklet at next Thursday lttternoon.About"'forty visiting preachers and .reducing expenses and making, that team's thirty points. In the
don't hold
Stripes Forever march. In addition get a card hard meeting for discussion. the existing funds the farthest. In game however that young
laymen were present, including the go yesterday.
to the leader pro, temf.tJt'"l&\Ilar! feelings against committee.: Theyare An invitation was read from the ladies presiding elder R. Ira Barnett. On this general policy of retrenchmentit lady guarded by Viir
leader navlnggone' to Tampa by finding each day some one haven'tgot theydidn't !: of Saint John's Guild inviting all Tuesday:noon the ladles of the church was decided that the force at workIn ian Floyd that she succeeded in scoring ,
list.
have the If
train they were accompanied by J. on they the members of the chamber to attend nerved luncheon to those filling in thecity property but six points, while a little miss
B. McDonald, secretary of the Fort r you they meant to. So, whether a reception next Monday night the gathering, at the Methodist attending bun- the road to the dock might be reduced by the name of Marion Mulligan

Pierce Chamber of Commerce W. R. I you got a card or didn't you Fireman'shall are expected at the Chapter House to meet the galow. At the close of the meetingsthe and accordingly it was decided to no- hooped the ball for seventeen. Mary

Hardee, county commissioner and J. to show up at the new rector of Saint John's church following resolution was adopted: tify A. Oaksmith, contracting engineer Kritz and Elizabeth Moseley each
Woodman with their wives. W. E. at eight o'clock next Tuesday the Rev. M. B. scored two of Kissimmee's four.
J. chow Ayres.W. Resolved: That WI appreciate the who is in charge of the work to MarySanderson t
for and amusement.
Tylander Is the manager and leader night J. Steed was the chairman at hospitality of the and date that his services would be dispensed was out of the game with
of the band, and C. F. Ordway of the Better yet, do this: Grab yourself yesterday's meeting. following the generous members of the Kissimmee pastor church sograciously with at the expiration of his a broken finger, her place being taken
East Coast Lumber and Supply Com- a postal 1 card and address it to W. J. recently inaugurated custom of alternating extended to for this two present month. Sidney RiChard was by Irene Spence the first half and

pany, was the. business manager for Steed Kissimmee. Then spill the ink presiding officers. He urged and us promoted to captain of the dredgeand Delia Ledbetter the second. Eunice
days' meeting hereby to
the other side to this tune: "When express
'.the trip. The f.rty distributed 10- on the old chow' call sounds 111 be inline the members to come prepared to the them our sincere and hearty thanks, H.. R.. I May appointed mate. A Rivers, at jumping' 'center, played m

000 chamber 0 booklets leaflets' ," Don't forget to mail it. meeting after next, to decide upon a while we offer for them a prayer that liability Insurance policy,covering the good hard game, the whole team
and like number of county specific campaign to undertake as the the showing considerable improvementover
a God's richest blessing be force working .dredge was accepted -
band is supportedby And say buddy I Did you get your may upon their last at home. Helen
on the trip. The work for the chamber to accomplish.lie them always in their labors for the by the council. game
the city and by private subscription card T' Well why in thunder didn'tyou stated emphatically that aside Master. City Attorney W. J. Steed reportedthe Lynch at guard for the Saints, was
$1200 a mail It? It II help the k. p's to and prcbably the most conspicuous .
the city appropriating from the strawberry proposition R. IRA BARNETT.T. collection of approximately (4000 'plajrer -
year the balance being': raised by do- figure out how much chow to fix. the amusement and pilau features at M. LEE Secretary. during the month of January on delinquent for the visitors, o!tea f...a the lit
nation. Three concerts a week are I Tueeday; night, 8 o'clock. Fireman'shall and the recent county fair the 'chamberhad "" taxes and from the rale of tle basket-shooting Mulligan artsit.
given in Fort Pierce for the four all ex-service men in accomplished nothing during' the KISSIMMEE WOMAN properties sold for taxes.

months' season while during the; around Kissimmee. past year. It was decided that at the DIES AT LAKELANDMrs. SMALL EXPENSE TO ATTEND

summer occasional concerts are played. meeting in question every member UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAThe
I MONDAY BIGGEST should present the three most essential Anna E. Pickard passed awayat MALE QUARTETTE w

The Saint Lucie people were enthusiastic things, in his opinion to be done the Morrell Memorial Hospital at expense of attending the University
over Osceola county. On i for the good of Kissimmee and at that Lakeland Sunday after several weeks THURSDAYSecond of Florida is probably less
arriving from Melbourne at Saint STRAWBERRY DAY time definite plans for accomplishment illness there. Mrs.! Pickard was born NEXT than any other state-supported institution -

Cloud they were given a feast of Os I I should be cutlined. in Atchison county, Missouri 1844 in the United States. It Is estimated -
ceola strawberries and other good Rev J. A. Scott and C. C. Elsey and came to Kissimmee to \live with that a student can attend the ,'

thing. to eat which made them sing 1(I Outlook for Better MarketAs evangelist' and singer respectively, her son, Frank Milsap in 1919 after Number Of Lyceum University of Florida for about $300

the praises of Saint Cloud all along' now conducting; meetings in Kissimmee t the death of her husband Elmer N. Course Of Woman's Club per year.
the rat .of the trip. Full Production Comes at the First Baptist church were Pickard in Orange county. No tuition is charged students who

ThVLaks. City crowd were-here as Our Berries Liked introduced and each made a few remarks Mrs. Pickard was the mother of At The High SchoolThe live in Florida except $20 a semesterin
part of the Columbia county motor- In being limited to very short five sons two of whom are now liv- the College of Law. Resident students

cade. which had the three fold purpose time by" the approach of the closing ing. She is survived by Frank Mil- Kauffman Male Quartette as- are charged a nominal tuitionfee
of visiting' the Tampa fair advertising Mondsy was Kisslmmee's biggest hour, the rule for which the chairmanfor sap of the Graystone hotel at Kis sisted by Mabel KelTy-Steinecker, of $20 a semester. Total entrance
the good roads between ', day for its infant industry-straw- the day had previously announced simmee and Charles O. Milsap of will be the second number of the ly- fees for the year are $35 and board t

Lake City and Tampa, and getting I berry culture. While a few quarts would | be strictly enforced. Both Council Bluff, Iowa. ceum course which is being offered and lodging Is $22.50 per month, or
acquainted with the people along the came in before Thanksgiving at the spoke upon the necessity for advertising Interment was made Monday 'aft- Kissimmee people this winter by the $175 for the season.
way. They arrived -n KI..lmrMe same time as the older strawberry and seeing things in their ernoon at Rose Hill cemetery Rev. : Woman's Club. This quartette has The university ,now consisting of
Thursday morning 85 strong played sections of the state so much had to proper light illustrating their remarks J. A. 'Sutton preaching the funeral very flattering press notices and thirteen beautiful buildings is spreadover

some good band music and ate be learned by the growers in Osceola with a story. Both being Baptists sermon. I promises to be a most welcome at- one of the most beautiful campuses

, strawberries and cream at the Cham- county who had never raised straw- Dr. Scott's story was especially traction. It is to appear in Kissimmee in America and is constantly
ber of Commerce. This band is supported berries before, that full production enjoyed when he illustrated the DONT THROW AWAY at the auditorium of the Osceola enlarging to take care of the increased -
by the Chambers of Commerceof has been somewhat slower in coming. wrong kind of advertising by quotingan YOUR WIFE'S OLD HOSEThere's high school on next Thursday night.' number of students who desire to

Lake City. and Columbia county, Monday; of this week was thebig- ad which said "Wanted-A horseto been lot said about The third number which will be receive training at the university.The .

and .is an organization which gives. gest shipping day Kissimmee has do the work of a Baptist precher." en's hose. But a W. A. McCool Jr.wom-is presented some time next month ground will be broken within
remarkably good account of itself for had., with forty-one freezers carrying will be Mae Shumway Enderly harp- the next few months for the newest
its short nine months of existence.Dr. 3,280 quarts. Cooler and cloudy' TENT EVANGELIST IS for out them.with a lie story claims of an unusual usefulIn use ist reader of plays and artist in im addition to the university buildings- F
of the weather followed immediately and they are Students Activities Building for
L. M. Anderson president ORDAINED BY BAPTISTS strawberries personations. a
Columbia county motor club, made a cut down Wednesday's output to the raising which funds are now being raised
I him down and he'll admit that
Dr. Button's I usual only 2,552 quarts being pin METHODIST CENTENARY from citizens of this state by popular .
short speech in reply to average Rev. W. F. Sharp who has been I the ordinary garden variety of hose <,
\ that the I SPEAKERS HERE MONDAYRev. subscription. This building' will take
remarks of welcome saying : shipped. conducting a series of evangelistic will do well. but he will main-
just as
farther they got the better he liked I While the year has been disappointing -I minings in Kissimmee and Saint I care of the religious and social welfare ,
tain his the
allegiance to first mentioned W. G. Cram. D. D., and Rev.
from the standpoint of priceit of the students.F. :
the people. He was deeply impressed I Cloud for the past two months, was I
kind. And this is how he became George B. Winton, D. D., will speakIn
of has .clearly demonstrated to the
by the fact that in the majority ordained Wednesday afternoon at Or-
I a booster for the commodity. the auditorium of the First Methodist -
of doubter that Osceola ccunjy H. Mr( in f new arrival in
places he had stopped the mayors gravest lando minister of the Baptist ue
as a Orlando
While he
in
one day got church :Monday afternoon at 4 I
and lie raise strawberries, and good I Kissimmee from Butler New Jersey.He .
can very
the cities were physicians church. Rev. J. A. Sutton of Kis- to talking with one of the men who o'clock and Monday evening at 7:30.
of in fact berries than which none several band instrumentsand
neck
threatened to move Into this one! !rimmee was the presiding officer at Is raising strawberries in barrels. the plays
if he couldn't become are better. While the growers realize These speakers are representing will probably assist the Kissim
the woods to see the ceremonies, which were attendedby During the course of the conversation and local Methodists -
Centenary Campaign .
that compliments from buyers in band He is living at the Osceola
mee "
a mayor. Rev. J. A. Scott Sam L. Lupfer it developed that the berry grower I are recommending them very
The boys from the Georgia Indus- northern cities who want Kissimmee Jr., and C. C. Elsey. had had some difficulty in getting house..
highly. .
trial Home were on their seventh an- business cannot be taken too muchat -- his share of the berries, the birds of -f
nual tour in the Interest of their institution face value nevertheless the facts ST JOHN'S GUILD INVITES the neighborhood having asserted TAMPA ARTIST ENTERTAINSA PROGRAM

and were under the leader- which are beyond doubt indicate that EVERYBODYThe their prior right. The grower didn't

ship of H. L. Salter. They gave a this section has put a berry on the like the idea of shooting the birds number of Kissimmee people Sunday, February 11, p4 p. m.
free concert at the high school audi- market which has stood the test the Woman's Guild of St. John'schurch lie began to experiment. Then came were honored while In Tampa this '
torium Wednesday night' and played carrying qualities' and flavor have extends a cordial invitation to I
the Wal-
the usefulness of the hosiery. ,. week bv Walter Collins of Band Stand
several selections Thursday morning met the praise of northern consumers. the people of Kissimmee their friendsof Empty hose isn't as effective as ter Collins art school. Mr. Collins invited Broadway .
before departing for Haines City. The The mild winter in northern sections the other churches and the inter- filled hose. So he filled the hose not them to the Tampa Museum of ---.-

star of their organization was the threw a greater number, of berrieson ested tout jets in town to attend a reception "plumb full" but just a little. Then ; fine arts Tuesday evening after the KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND S SJ
little\ ; cornetist Ernest Stone, whom the early market than ever before, to be given by the Guild In he coiled the partly filled hose near 'museum was regularly closed and
several Kisslmmee people threatenedto !If statements of old strawberry grow- honor of the new rector of St. John'schurch the barrel. He says it looked like a discusseed the Tempera Paintings o" ,.D.WOODBECK, Conductor ;d

kidnap. ers can be trusted with a consequent the Rev. M. B. Ayres at the snake. An the birds sought other William E. Eyden Jr., now -exhib't
lower'/ price than usually prevails. Hurt Memorial Chapter House on shortcake ray pustura*. there. Those in the fortunate party L.rch.Ra' al Decreel_______English

.BENJAMIN'BAIRD DIES, Wires from northern markets comIng February 12, 1923, at 8:30 p. m. Mr. McCool'' was pleased with the ,were Mrs. S. H. Bullock Milt Violet Overturev,Light Cayslry ______Suppe
in this morning all indicate Autumn. Colors. Baritone Solo.... -
Idea. He he tried itNot only Bullock Mrs. J. D. Newby Mrs Hft
Ben4amln-.n-rd.. p tietir of the stronger markets The severe cold ROY SCOUTS COURT OF did he experiment says with hosiery but Clay. Stanford and Messrs. Burrows ..._'-..__-.,;____,_.__Barnhouse

.,--Grayetone hotel for the past, three lust north of Florida must have had HONOR NEXT FRIDAY also with hose.He swears they both Cohlerv J1.af1'Betta\ and French.BAPTIST ,(Bert: ALnsworth). era.
;"ear.dIed Wednesday morning at .its effect on some of the strawberry work. He's getting a bigger-,sliare American Patrol '___....___MechaMSoprano
State Hospital, following an ill- centers which ordinarily do not ship Kissimmee is to have the opportunity of his berries than are the birds, REVIVAL MEETINGS Solo, "Where My Caravan 4
rihe. of about"two'yearn duration. for another month or more but which of witnessing a Court of Honor now : CONTINUEDNEXT WEEK Has Rented"_.........._?.._vLohr
. '. Baird .was born in Philadelphia have this year been In the market at of Bov Scouts next Friday, evening I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL -. (Mrs. H. Stanley-*Bullock),', ', f:;; ''
and south local scouts will take The ref val services b-ing conducted Overture _._._M .rltes.' 1 w''V
fifty-seven and cam*. to the same time with central At that time WOMEN MEET TUESDAY'Th. : -! Raymond ':y
(lKisximme.3 jeanago: New in Florida. Anal tests before district officers A bv the Rev. J. AScott; 'misted(; March, Attorney General-;..-_',Kinsc -,
.'
. )918. bode to K's- 'Court of Honor/is an unusual event In .. regular February me tint of by his ,singer, C.. C. El'ev.! wUljcon ..
: The was brought J .
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[lmrr,.<<' and' fure"rl. .rerv'e were Stanley Bullock has moved his 'of Scout circles' and is being esgelyawaited the Business and'"PyofeasionaI'Women's ,tinue next week. at the First Baptist: By epec al'.reque.teMrs.'ArtlyirrC .

. held t rc to the court" house. troop. ,evening at "7:30 at, Newby1. Inn: :y.evening{ ,at,:7:30.{ ?," .* 4- *:, _'j I the,..concertfof ,. i a
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Biggest Thing in Central So. Florida This YearIS j t INCOME 'TAX FACTS > a W. S. Graham ':0 j You
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'aaa4ba.; 4a<- 0000,0000- A' IVffvct Pnt'iKf: act Ion OurtrnnH'i'41\ I, .v. THIS WILL
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THE- :i 11-\11t WIll( (";: A riCIAUTl": : {. j
Revenxft officers arc visiting ev'ycounty --- (
in the United States to aid Phone 235 IBS; Park Ave. <:- j I COMBINED

VOL I Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair 1 taxpayers:income tax in returns the preparation for the year of their 1922.! : 100-. "", ",".:o.--, :,:.;..:..:..:..:..:...-..:o.:.-.:;:. .If --------- .CHICK _......____ PURINA, 11--.RATION "
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A deputy collector will be in Ki j, .
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mte: for this purpose on :Monday, f -------I: 4! CHOWt/PR r
Editor LEAD TO ORLANDO I Tuesday, and Wfdnesdjy, February i B. DICKERSON PURINA ',;
ALL ROADS .
Aegis : j '!2fi, 27,'and 28. , 1 I HEN } '"
. . ; J( I Forms for fil'ivf rctu: nil of 1'1da.jI.II CONTItAI'1"Olt( .\M> lPII.lmn I CHOW". '. jW
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---.r Y U PIY t'onae nfivN j i'rtrrs'it Has BeenCU-sing.-It, alas II; ''an"'m'ttno''tt-'fM'-th yea'Ii .uiebeinjr :' J .8
.J1 ; .i..1'i trlk.. ;, . .,
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THE 'ltir..l: ) or'lol': + \1 nnIai.L .J,1 \
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; Effort To Build the Mont< Anas- : ;
: Cotfl : Time anj I'l-oJipioiis ,
!' Money- who tilcil .
sent to taxpayers: re- I i > l.ivliiK soot ""III".rl| I, :J.
Ii Ih Ihpnbh.i tic KxpoMt'ion: In the Stale. 11 is not a mushroom growth. l lout aetualfv t.ituinij for the year 1-9.1.!] Failure: to I :,.
The ,: l labor of the whole to "liiinj, it 1ictfit ", : II tl'1Sru121Tr: :
requires the (ronstan year !, roceiw u form, I howtvir" does !not 'l-! I 221: IIII
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the mee ha V 'f \oi I inn help mnke it >uni, Airanpoments hme barn made t.. 4 file n I'etuin and jiav fie"tax! on1j I r F MM IU18 IV J FTlrl" I ::3 h (! h
rue at ',: .,hot ;-In: beet of the I Pioditci's, ('itt U", Garden ]Kiel-" ', :ManufiKluii.Home ( ", ;.' time. "j/1 or befou Mitrch 1 >, l1l'1.!>: KRIBBS & STEED =f o z
I IThe forms, 10-104( for filinj ictuins iI
fI Health., Stock Poultry, Art, Ncedlcerafl, efJoUttiiif : >
had i It :f >>l'mun-Lntion. i ..
a i Sof!; net intome $.;,ono an j i !cs, an 1 1f A end. l'uuwrrlnra ft' I I.... I >- /
ltwrnra
ego, b II ::: ,)I. ,Jone Shows )MMa purl. So have the' FI'rri.'heo:1. 1 | J040 for filing r 'liinv. of net t nuoim li'._liuinrr I ItirltlnC I
no we I Gill";i :MX- Killjoy; will froli- unit the Km It- Sisters will peiform. j C i in exiesn of :Si ,OOO, may be ol>tumr they v I'' The JHllivnt-ud 'fi'oupo! of Girls( are !laid to lie- the linen pjcvry. in j ;'ilrom loilectois: of internal 'iieumieLjund ( ..II.... .atwlrn 4 amts.I't9'.1.1I.I..nN II affect
feeds
We i -- This chart :chows how different : a hen'slaying.
In the .t. ti o lounli.v .._ deputy collectors) ---- ---- ---- I
.:. I Returns are "required of every cn-:: : < : I I1 \I.IMT' : : < Grains make many yolks but few whites.
was n .'. SKty: tee Horses now p> '1i l"KKt 'j. fle person whose net )income> for 1'>.'J
zette A I & GARRETT I Purina Hen
JOHNSTON and Chow
svgs !$1,000 01' inoie or whose |1f'1'l\<-- Purina Chicken Chowder
high nnel: 'lub > Show. 3
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with t. : 11"1 ;: income was $!.r OcU) or mule and of cvciy A1TOHNKST1 make practically cm equal number of whites and yolks
'Phis I < '''mi Fair. Help to make it Bring ...on1l'th nl//; to it. I married man whoso net inc'olHt' Osioola 1'anU -
High ,_ > your Oflh-I': 10, 11 and I 1.:!, : i iBuildm
I' :'I \\ai 2,000: )) 01 mnt't5 whose jrntss, I when fed together as directed.
SIIC"J : f one Yo .r-I.lf. Bring Your Kajiuly. incomev.is $:iOO( or more. Carefulslutlv -- !? I i
time
a1ljwe / of the Distinctions( on the foinn 1--1.\1.\11:1 I ' : :. i i.'i'fill.'..tI I,j The first two columns show what happens when you
shill .
one 0 ;1 Reduced Rates On All Railroads :, I \\ill greatly. aid in making a oor'ivttcturn. , ... ,I I1" II feed Purina Hen Chow alone-too many yolks. The
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: In the making of his income tux I .. next two columns show what happens when you feed
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No B1 It. RI -
TH Orlando Florida I return for the year 1922. n taxpayer: I I T-I-I-hors--Ofa.' ltd\ err. .No c, 313 --1"1"I Purina Chicken Chowder only-too many whites.
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: if single, in allowed an exemption' of I
The Iluu, .. < S", 10.120": 1 ". lo 6 " a picture of the
columns give
High $1,00(1( .A\ marriej person, or head of [I I ' i I The last two ; you egg
a family, whot-e mot income for the from '* "
lookin I DR. B, L. WILKERSON' : production you get
year r>22:! was $5,000; or less is allowed -
schoo February 13-17 1923 : ) un excmptiuii of $2iUO.! The "X- I I 1,6\'I'lar: l I Purina Chicken Chowder

thinfrsn* .I' ,' emption allowel a married person 01 ,i 1; ," fiit, Inter, The n- call 1'1"I" I I FlpA; and Purina Hen Chow fed PURINA
tempt)1', : head of a family whose net income ;i I_ . '
.: i \V n. O'NEAL, Pics. JAS. J,. GILES, T -. I was in CXCeF3 of $5,000( is $:?,000. \ I Ii : - -'I !- cow according to directions. CHICKEN(

letica.I'I'Ii : i, head of a family is a person who :at'i i: _______ I II I
II. II. DJCKSON> V-Pris. C E. HOWARD, Sy- : [HOWDER
i tuully Kuppoits! one or more ptisons'' hsiit on the Checkerboard Bags
us noless 1)) I Auto License
t ."'I( living in his or her linu.chol\ I "holale \ ; -
establto ci I i>> e-e"M> "M' "** "0"frM'* closely: itlutol: I to him or lit i Iv'blood \ nioinc Tn\: Returns or 01 hl.'l ar, I' P.Ifd More\ Eggs Guaranteed =

re ', mar. iajre or adoption. I. lountantoik. I w'? t
I An additional credit of !S-100 i allowed Phone us order tody.
standthl is nOon! 1 11 I 1. Stale Hank Building your
11. HA'tclln' 1Jl.-'I1: :. \1 I' ICUUIONR. 1>. A. MORItI1ONJR." < f.1'1 each person (other than
'II j Pr.dlnt.! Vice I'rf'8Id."t H"f' & 'rr"... husband or wife) dependent I fit! I -
i' I I upon KLEINMANDR.
I JESSIE: D. :
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Best Fertilizer Insecticides Sprayer Poultry Supplier ( tapay/ fo'Ilil'f support, if suchperson iI
: I' is under! IS years of 01 in. 1 J Japublo
Hont'l Goods Fair Prices Prompt Shipment ago I --- -I
( of self "upport bec'uust" r Ask Your NelJlhbor-lIe Knows
i I tally (/i' physically! defective A single -
arat GET NJoW FALL pmCELl3T BEFORE BUYISG.L Dinn whose,> net income for l'tJ2):!:! DEMIST:

I : O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jadu..Yille, Florida i| was $2,000( und who supports in his Over the I'ostoffue.
to I home an need; mother would hart no JFFicr'; HOURS+ / : 9 to U'30, 1:10: t. lfteaidVnce

I '_ c "'__ ... _. .i tax to pay but would neveitheless Phone 306 Broadway
We VTei .1 I be required to file a return. The fact 174Office Phone 15bi
eount>. 'that a person's income he non-
the f"'", J_ W. Thompson: taxable by reason of the may exemptions I II TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
Soml'/ does not nullify the requirement to I
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spoil file a return if hit: income was within i P. A. VANS AGNEW 1 1I
1.. Licensed funeral Director the 'pi escribed! fiR'ure-$1OOO if cingle I Ij IjI I Call Up No. 218iTWO.ONE
2.J Sin,. and CA..I and! $2,000 if married. ATTOn F.T-AT-LAW
; : The noimal tax is 4 )per<< cent on the OFFICES I II ,.
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--- A Sl.c.r.. 57.eli.. S.rf/ic. I. 11.1 I I I EIGHT
5.. . first $4,000 of net income in excess Winter Party Florida )
6.O. Stewart Avenue All Pi. of the exemptions and 8 p"r rent on J I

K1Nlmm.. High Grade Ambulaace Service at Call I the remaining: net income.. The tax ....,
''I may be paid in full at the time of afi44'C--M-"oOo-X--Ho( +i'4'r044
OtlpU: PHONES Rrstdeui, ;'e: :r filing the return, or in four installment < *

w. due on or lotforelarch! 15, ,* TURNER: : MAKHLE&r.RAMrK: : 00-
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Get Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette, (To be continued) '4I I 0) Mn'vtJMFNTS; 00-

I CARnTIIA<<> :' BASE BALL
'GOODS
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TO TilE OFFICERS AND :MEM- < ++Mo"x,
:MERS OF THE WOODMEN: : OF

ann j,0ThER : !II jf s

for and I f e.yW e wnnt to thank you each and ev" CITYMEATJARKET I
I one for the many kind Jut bestcued : --
1 upon us at the recent death I
Sch Buv drandSpend
winele ) a & 7 ;I of our husband and father. We will

lever;( remember and alwaysTtpprcciate'your )

thedifference cffoita'for us. BOYS: COME IN AND GET ONE OF
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the t '1! r TcTOaceola Camp No. ?9, of tie) W
|O. W., we want to express" a special Fresh Meat and OUR 1923 BASEBALL CATALOGUES.WE .
113; {appreciation. We thank those of you

who lE'cur.(11') the piotectkn of yjur'cTnnd "WILL. HELP YOU OPEN THE'SEASON
: I society VegetablesPhone -
..10 \ by persuading our
Th r1.In fulhe. and husband 1 to join yyur or-I| EARLY.
I Ill ik Hi, had only: been u men 'er :
''about l\tp:;, months, but the Prate nall 44
coin { I ,help. jon j11'o!! us! if he hail L J

4 I t.. i-n one nil his life. | ---- - - - --twblt BALLS . . . . 25c; to $2.00
h Vii apl"(.date your promptness! in l i inainllintr t 04l40fi040404NNM.
4440fi
{ the payment ff our protec IMTS . . . . . . . . . . . lOc to $2.25
tionVe understand[ that within six i iI
on I, hon from his death you had forwsudid I i TILLER FIELDERS') GLOVES.
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. $1.50 to $6.00
,( proof of loss! to your" Sovern 'j ji
:'. ('amn, IIn.1 I we have alreidy) ie-I I'I Real Estate Agency. I' CATCHERS' MITTS
maul thin check in fulll'ull':1'l"nt: . . . . $2.50:> to $6.50
Cola I aaa.aa.a.aaaa.auwwauu.aa.aRealty
of out Inim I
We will always be friends! and 1 true, 'II Bought and sold.
F I nerds! to the Woodmen of the World.I I Houses rented. WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF
= I And al'o\ to the many others who | Taxes paid and Tilles verifi
helped: us in hour of our great need. FISHING TACKLE
i Sincerely yours, ed (for non-residents.

a 'I''] :Mis, Robert Kissimmee Bronson, Florida.and Children. i iI Fire. Life and Accident In- I NEAR DEPOT

i ia ii ip surance.
e I CARD OF THANKS Indemnity Bonds.

We desire to thank those kind .... ...*....6.*" ......... -- - -- --- -
friends who BO generously sent flowers -
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and otherwise lent their aid and
comfort at the funeral and burial of

, SERVICE our beloved CHAS.mother.O MILLSAP. Nose stopped up?

Council Bluff's, la. W. B Makinson Co.BUILDING
t FRANK T. MILLSAP, MENTHOLATUM ;

e, What It Really MeansIt Kissimmee. quickly clear it. .

Slightly more than one-third of the ,
United States has been surveyed by
means Genuine Ford Parts the bureau of soils of the United

50 per cent of which retail for States department of agriculture A .
little more than half of this area has u
less than 10 cents. It means a been coveted by surveys showing the. -- -- --- -- :

Repair Shop where expert Ford soils extent of and types distribution; the rest of has the been various cov- I M

Mechanics' perform the work.It ered bby reconnaissance maps showing -
.'j i I the soils in larger groups. Thereare NEWBY[ Y INN i"

means giving Honest Cour- large in areas some in of mountainous the western lands states and

teous, Prompt attention to the deserts where there is no immediate
prospect of irrigation, and for which Home For Those Away From Home l
.l' Ford Owner's every need. there'will likely be no need of soil sur

veys. Attractively Decorated fOR[ SALETEN
It means to constantly supply

you with a Ford Service that School Teacher'sfriends Weekly Rates
BY TWELVE
will make you and keep you an Made GladOne Pboie 221 Excelled Meals FEET

,, enthusiastic member of the I TIN ROOF I
.,. of them had this to say yester I
great Ford family.> day. "We next thought that poor --.
Ellen would ever recover, she had CEILED
We ore Authorized, Ford Dealers. Buffered so long from stomach and NEID'S' HEALING BATHS

11. We can supply yon with any proctuct (!' liver trouble and had lost more than WIRED
40 in
pound weight. She took a bottle -
the Fora Motor Co mal0E0, of 11 Wonderful
fan'* Remedy
q up- Recommended for Rheumatism and ; ---.y:; ;
:I: on the advice of her >aunt and hal an kinds of
; Skin Diseases
and Stom-
i1 \ ;;, r" a M. C. steadily Improved from'the first doie. ach Troublei. APPLY AT :
t //M AUTREY We ire all confident of her complete -
.i"rr ( recovery.' It removes the catarhal Also f
mineral
X' 3 Authorized. Dealer mneua from the intestinal tract, and water for drinking 301 MAIN STREET ,
: . ..,'J allay. the-inflammation which causes purpose '!
JJ. .. 'Io.'r'..Phone 165 Kissimmee, Florid_ _. practically: all stomach liver and in-
: ,,Jt't'J '';'''; If _'- teitinaJ ailm nU, including appendi- CHAS. NEJD P
Owner
citiaiOne'doa will convince ,
"t"; or money ,
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.If.c' refunded J. .Z. Roberson', and 3rder< From
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'U. . druggiata everywhere Phone 208 KUsImroee
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THE KI3MMTOHE! : 'VAIAET GAZETTi FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1123 5 11'DUII

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I. PROCEEDINGS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I I.-"wl\.fi-\; 'o )i.'a,,"' 'r.Htl' :' !nsp.ot6rYdr4tg4tt4N4.t! $.Wbureupou. 'TIIH FOE! WITHIN OUR GATE
Is with six children 'and. Jtnn.w.th!- Commissioner .
H..AJ.P..rtlnmade a'mot- : :i 1-.- .I "
1 ers with a. number of children, (all colOred -' Uon that Mi1' >. N., Davis be recommended 'N lot'J&TKiauHV; Jr Germany1 PoBtcSALEt
or
The Board of County Commissioners of Clarence Thompson which ) who were not nble to support for appointment motion was nc ; t 1 1We
In and for Osceola Count, Florida dered paid. was. or I themselves and children H. then seconded by Commissioner.. J., M. ,Han- Japan or' Mexico, !
met In rewular session January1 M, Urnest ShIver presented: to the boarda asked-the'board-It. they would not dosomethIng sell and carried. 11 the causs-. of alt our wretchednessThe -

there belnsr$ present.:Chairman K. I.. copy of a letter he had written- to to help them. 'Thereupon The following resolution was. 'presented -' ban of all our woe,
n. OVl'r./ltreet, J. M. Han-ell. I. H. the governor tendering' his on motion of Commissioner A. F. .Bass by Commissioner J. M. Hansell,
resignation For have foes within
'""<<"lhetb,,.. A. F. Basil, and W. (I. Mc a. game warden a. follows seconded by Commlselonjev-. CX .*..r- who moved Us adoption to-wltt we our gate
Clelland. commissioners, Johnston and Klsslmmoe : tin and carried. It was agreed to allow Whereas The Hoard of County Commissioners Far' worse than sword or run,.
Florida Jan. 1. im. them $5 worth of irroaerles each, In and for Osceola County.. have purchased 122.000 palm U.
Uarrttt. attorneys for the board. andJ. lion. Cary A. Harden, Mbre dangerous to our liberties .
I... Overstreet.. clerk. Governor State of Florida per month. the lame to- b. paid by the Florida found it necessary to use the Than vandal or than Han. S. Army Munson last shoes, sizes S% .
boa rd. of $14.800. of the road and bridge ,.
Board was culled to order by Us Tt/lahassee. Florida. sum -- to 12 which the entire
Commissioner J. M.i, Hansell reported . fund In the construction of the Melbourne was surplus .
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chairman. M. ... 1> Qverstroet: the Dear
Uovernor: I bow leave to ten that John Nettles who D.' look1' stock of one.-0! the largest U. S. Government 9'
minutes, of the previous meetings were der you. this day my resignation. for was now on road during the year AJ Our watch-tower men .who. forUpon
the maintenance list died that be had ItM account of of shoe
on shortage
rpnd. corrected anil approved.The frame warden for Osceoln. a slg'lls. contractors.This I
county .
instructed J. W. Thompson to give hima funds to carry on the work. and
,clerk advised the board that It "lorlilu mad
necessary on account of the nation's 'walls
would'the' be generaL necessary revenue to procure fund )and a. loanfor the the fact that there seems little or no Notary pauper buriaL bond of J. M. Wilson with been Whereas sold ,for Time the warrants construction have of since the ,Are': crying "Wolf" with no, wolf near shoe is guaranteed one hundred (

line and forfeiture fund both of which board co-operation of county coining commissioners to me from with the the Mass.. Ilondlnic: and Insurance Company said Melbourne road and there la now To hear their warning call.Inttead' percent solid' leather color dark tan;:

funds were low. that loan. extendedto whom I Win necessarily required to as- surety,, wee examined and ap n sufficient amount of money in the : of looking far beyond bellows tongue( dirt and waterproof.. ,
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proved. fund to refund the borrowed money :
these fund- laat Dank October of were St. loud.Wh"r"u..oll now have more or less deallnfc In my official Commissioner J. M. HanseN atat..dthat to the. road and bridge fund. Our borders for our foe The actual value-of this shoe is 600. "1
.Peoples' .
duo to the on motion of Commission capacity. Respectfully yours, W. U. Tanner was in destitute Be It Hesolved That the said above We urge an Introspection once Owing to this tremendous buy we can "
Ernest Hhlver. Bt.: Cloud. Flo. circumstances. and was In great need amount of money o-w-lt: 14000. be offer .- t. the
same public
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M. Hansell seconded Commissioner And For the. of all $2.95
cr J. by asked the board what "It, was of assistance. On motion F. refunded to the road and bridge fund cause our woe.
A. 1" BUSH the clerk was' In- goIng to do about hi. salary as game Onm I /
Bassseconded.by H. O. and that the clerk of the board be Instructed
Htructed to procure a fund further of loan and for warden for the months of September rled the board agreed to allow him to notify the cashier of the Our greatest danger' always comes Send correct elze.; Pay postman on j
$1500
the Kenvrnl revenue October November and December It 18 month. bank handling said fund. vie: The Pee.
fur the firm and furf*lturu fund of appearing to th. board that there was per i 1 .....' When we contend theN> s none, delivery or send money order. If. J j
honorable. J. Ream camo before p. Bank, of Saint Cloud to forthwith -
jf.'iOi'" and to request tli,. Peoples', Hank treat uncertainty as to Mr. Hhlver's I I the a them to recom make transfer sending the usual *>< let us not give all our time shoes are.not as represented we will ,

of St. Cloud to extend the loan made j, status. as uumt warden on motion of I nroht 'ioa comptroller authorise receipt to the -clerk showing the deposit To making snip and gun. cheerfully}' refund your m 0 te y "1
last October for another three months. I Commissioner J. M. Hannell seconded ,, the cancellation of all Tax Certificates to the* proper fund. promptly request. '
But rather train and upon
Tlio clerk' havIng "1I 1..1 that he had by Commissioner I. H. Wetherbee.. and ,agaInst lands described as: HeKlnnliiK Which was seconded by Commissioner our girls boys !
tnhi-it up this mnttor with the. I'eopleVHunk (carried the attorney for the board was I I 131 yards north of the southeast. corner A. 1". Ba..". and carried.Upon To recognize a foe- -tf
. or **t. Cloud aid ho was In- ( Instructed to writ. the governor to asloertnln | u-f tho southwest quarter of thsPUth5est ) motion of Commissioner II. O. Old' Al. K. Halt has slain more men ,

HtnuteJ to make necessary nirunn exactly how thee matter st.dod I I I quarter of _section sixteen Pectin, seconded by Cocnmlnslonur A. Than war-I'd have know. I,
ineiits ii sid to draw warrants. for thInterest .. '.mid action on Ill r. Shiver's bill for (16), township, 25 uouth. Humid" 2it east: F. Vu...' and carried the clerk was instructed you NATIONAL.
I j services was postponed until M laterJute. Hun noith 139 yard,,: west 1914yanls. ( to write to J. J. Urlftln regarding BAY STAK[ SHOE CO.
,\ communication of 111. psi ". 1'leOKer; south 139 yards Ku..t .u V.'yaids. / the crossing. where the log Why should we into frenzy go
& I HvIs (.gui behalf of 1111'''. 1- II; Hulid.nf I riond of I.. S. Johns. required to)' The said lands havliiir beundeeded road crosses the public road from KIsKlmmen -. Because a few are slain .

St. Cloud.. fmlctiiK I for H compensation I{contract for hrldulnftr I und l Kiadlnuof" I to tho clt>. On motion ofCommlHSloner to St. Cloud and Insist. that tie By Germans or by Mexicans 296 Broadway New York !'*. Y. i:
for lenai S und damage Iticurrei Tyson nnd Hull Creeks. In the sum of A. F HHHS seconded bvCoinmlHsluner nee It put In better condition and hereafter ,
l 1y her consequent upon the accidental 11375. with A. ../i'i. Huss. and kllllnt: 4it Mrs' Iroiite. Brown lifter ,.sureties. WItS presented. e".....111"I I'll. and. \ it wus iiHrm'd that the hoard. would write to the state road department re- And. quite forget the multitude 4
>-ome Uisrusslon' the bourd decided that approved. make commendation R.K .iuesteil. uurdlnK the condition of the crossing Who die for lack of care . '
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II ,i-oulil not Imy. thIs 1.111 ,I 1..Umnt".f Southern. Clay Manu- All members of the bouid filed their At the fair rounds" and of the brld&ean -
.1. Hi Ithlne presented. n Mil for 'tlrai. ''fiicturlnK Co.. for I".k l amount I IIIK to roinmlHHions with I tho clerk. lteldy Creek swami In factories, schools or theaters
'I nfl I Iliiiokshlie. of '2u.lio. for boiudSontlHin I $2.78(1.77.( uas Illt-d. as follows, : Chulrmnn J.:. L. I). Overstroet. stated The board Instructed the clerk to In cities 'everywhere. ,

.. \ that us wo had HO motor cop.' It wrasunnocoNHiii draw warrants 8a follows: I IJ
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,1- y to keep thu ni&tiire5ci** Uuneral road fund. refund Or why forget "child labor" and I
flay Mnnuful-tflTlrtit. Co. Junuuiy 1. 1 ! Commissioner. A. F lIes seconded County fair. donation l by The dark congested flat
Tll\IATI oN HlI'KIIit \\.f. Commissioner i H O Purlin I und car board nnnn_____. [50.OO( Or girls who work for underpay
,. Cur nlthil eliI' No. IIrl..kn ""'1 1..lloIhl Xii .\1111 CuiiiinlmloiK Ilunsell wax In1strutted Ernest Shiver settlement his And poorly fed at that?
.. of It to I lie best. .claim .>Ic. _ _.___ 10000
Nov 24: A. ( I.. 400M. 1 tail .1Ir..I : Ll8.2" $2l IK. to lllspoHe n.h. Then driven to soliciting
SOY 21: A. t' I.. 406H 1.1i00 5H 13 13..lir. 223J.SLi ttiI" nnl."I' lTpon, motion of CommlHHioner Hun-
c :: I'. I.. 21)a6. 1.1i00 :36".13 t 18N./ro 2U !it i I'tion\ motion of Commissioner J. H sell, seconded by Commissioner Haas. From windows or from street
l..i- 2 A.A. I. 241137 1.,0. .4Ss.l :: I 14l.r.I: 21 ft.6.. 1 llunftoll I I Hccomlcd hy Commissioner HV. and c.'lInle" the Itourd ndmirnedK. That they may help the man of Rieed
l P. ,. 4 A. I '. I. 41521. 1.1i00 ::6.lI. IU..a 21 5.79 I I'lillllpH I I I a ii.I <...ri.l..,I. the liouid uil'j L. U. OVEHSTHI. ET. To his ambitions meet?
,4q. 4 A. C'. I h 403110 7.50.(. ::1r..13 l3.l:! 2111.3"' I I'.e I, .\. 4. I. 4:4..12: 7.50u :s:, 1:1: 14..K5( 217 24U. >' 13. 11123.:: J. t. O"I nTRNI'T. Clerk. .,
. .: A. 1 I. 11.7011 1.r.00() ::;;.4 13 1311.2" 218.115 ) 10. I IA 1 I". Overstieet (2 liii I tin a ii. We see men on our streets each day.
I..... 7 A.I'I. 411011. 1.5l10 35813 137',70 22.t43 I .Attest J I.. MTKtroet Cleik.I All) the moneyyousj end on the While yonder in his home
I h.t. A 4 I, 250111 I 1.M' 351. I a Ift..11 4 217 I (ILl.i. I .tdjnurned HeetlnicI science cf agriculture will be returnedto Are wife and children hungry cold Jii'.sJa ,
t. _\. c'. I I.. ZUU I 1.1.0 36..18. 14..2:1: 218.1'(" I I The I Hoard of Cnuntv CommlHslonersIn I ten-fold in the increased -- H''
I p,., ni ( S A. I. Z'IIZII ,."n" 4Z".7I. 164.9(1\ ( ::t2"; I II lid for < lac-eolu Counts. '. Florida. you prosperity For he's compelled to roam
I Ice \ H. H W 201i5"( 6.100 :11993! 123.7, II'II! met nt 10 ... in Kuturdu) January 13 of the country.- James Bryce. Prom door to door in quest of work {
I lo ixllouriiment of ..iiit. board "Can Your Cants ''and :Cultivate
--- ---- --- puiHuunt ( To earn enough to buy
!HH.200 I4IIIIII.10! flt>28.til $2 Sr.0.4Q( Jnnuur2 11<2'3. hide belllK presvlit Your Can."-Motta> of home demon-
The for
frugal meal l those whose
Honi,rnt>Ie K: I.. l>. overstreet. Chairman
1...ft* 11' discount on the net amount of the above Invoice which in J. ;\1. llnnscll. H O Partln A. F.HUSH. stration workers of Pinellas county. needs \

, __ __.. S 25r.lr . with borcaux ....
$2.Ga3.OZ. an |>ei ntcrei ment.Set u. HUn hu u. fomnil"Bloni i ... Johnston a.ndlarrell Spraying Irish potatoes -' He'd promised to supply.
-- < Attorneys lor the board und J. ? to control blight is just like insuring .
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amount after discount-- -.h u _-- - u 180305Krror : I... O\orstreet clerk. I K. V. Phillips be- end
owliiK t<> discount of .I'v previous. esllmute' ) h.. _ _ 1S.1.72l lug ubHent. on account of sickness). the barn or dwelling house Make war, eternal war, on wrong 1 give your

--- The board was called to order by Its against fire. In circles high and low; stomach a lilt.Prvld .
l 1)11.. bi .Ick cum"ny this ut Iiiiat--------------------------------- J2700.77 rhnlrinan.I ;
Let nothing that debases
hoaid with the selection man.
The proceeded
J< 'JOIINHTON.: 'S. 1ngliieiiAnd : of names of" three hundred tIer51)115 By us unchallenged sro. BiU bit of

- --' -- --- I to serve as Jurors. for the ensu- S. No foreign military plan /fJ aw et IB t.m.fllmllona.

I IIIB: ) eur. Is half so dangerousAs
tho .....rk was Instructed. .trj\ work for six IllOtIt lIe------. The mutter of quail f Icatlons of .
lraw warianl III |lilt) ment, thereof \t I arber. roniniisHioliH lII..II'1: county depository was called up and ii- that which strikes at Liberty >*Sv :

Hilt for ...-..I..r and lIght .. .'U'I the clerk advised the bourd that to And our unconsciousness. 't Help lo e!.....
(ourt bouse .... presented 11367.72; : '| date none of the bunks designated had J., A. SUTTON.
mount for water appeared to be "' Kln and forfeiture ..... Jit*. I I iuallfled.( but that he wan advised by _- -. the teeth smd keep. .:
murh In excess .,f nil previous bills T L, Comer. judge Juv couit. I 12.SO the Hank of Onceola County and The USE III.na bcsatlir. .
Commissioner I II Wetheiber slnteil Peoples Hank loan. U 0_ _ :'lllflllO Peopled Hank ..r Saint Cloud. that TODAY
that he hail made an InvestlKation' und IVopleM. Hank intelest n __ 411.I'No'ul .'''' their' Honda bad been mucle and would" 3SANITARY DATnY Co'SS t tT
found thai much water wa< UL-IIIK \ I 'Williams wltm-ns. . _ 1.Ill" possibly be. reported to the board within Sure this world Is full of troubleI tI
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wasted throuKli, leaks and that ho had I. It Farmer cost Dec court II"" the next few daS thereupon. cum- MILK & ICE CREAM ,
4nstructed a plumber to nmk. necessary L It Farmer, rusts McNi-ll elm- 16.Co missioner J. M. Hansell mad" ... motion ain't said it ain't.Lord .
repairs. The board then expressed I* It F. rme" ,.....c.. leo Cump- that all collections of tuxes for general I've had enough and double
that ,In future the sberiiT. bell CUM _ :32 4'iI. fund be deposited In tin ,-
a wish n lexenue peoples Reason for complaint.Rain I ---;---:-;;:-:--- ::: --:-::-;-
und janitor\ wnuld Immediately! 1'\1\ I. It Furmt-r. rosiN'J II. Jen- Hank of Saint Cloud. until the : .
any leaks ID thexc-lt-rk who was auth- I. IIIKS.. <.IIB.,. . 12.60 I Mei chants and Farmers Hunk had KV-! and storm have come to fret me,
orlsed at nil times to have necessity I. It .. ..r".r. !..."1.. J Ij Shli en t lite required bond IIN depository iNOC Skies are often gray; S.BAULTMANREAL :
repairs 111....... 't ,.as-------------- 7.50I. motion waH seconded Ity C'olii Ifl issioner Thorns an' brambles have beset me
The clerk was Instructed to Ket Into I. It Foimer. servant nt jail 21 00 A. F. hess. and carriedCommissioner On the road but \
touch with the banks inuklna application It Farmer commlHHloiiM 17 O'j II. O. Pat tin mud. ) a -- say
as deposltoi for county funds. 'I I'I. ... Heed witness h n 3.on I I II motion that the clerk ascertain If Ihebond Aint it fine today ? .j
und to have them to III" their bonds i I'A M ).IeICsy.: .. .itnciis--------- 30(1' trustees of the several special" "
not later than noon on January S. IVSSIeo 1. It Fuinier, feedlnir I pilxonrix.I 1 109(( 20 road und bridge districts bad made What's the use of always weepin'
II Wilson county ..,...nl. ttlv Makin' trouble last ? t
hi. report on oaltlf dip as f..llows I. It Farmer whlske convli't'i 12doOMilton ) I I said bonds then be referred to the Ht-
BO Flte-trullon tuiiH till r..I',1 l In I l I ri.-ilKr. conviction I fees 60011, 1]I t..rnp\'. for the board for further exlamlnutlon. What's the use of always keepin' :
| !<-....Ifl her ---. ,I Motion was seconded bvCommlsHlonvr PHONE TilE MILKMAN Thinkin' of the past? and
:2 Cans on band 36 cans .'1"1. Amount '2.51753! A. F. HUBS and carried. Each have his tribulation 1
on band ___ ___ _ U. .ZII*.**" lloari ..* Urlssie Feud. J..u'I The clerk culled I boards attention to muet
I BtKiied) I.-o H. Wilson.County (1V A NI)I 0,1. routl forentuii $I 1.11'.00' matter of appointments to be made b>' Water with his wine; FIRE INSURANCE !

AKent.. .\ F U...... Inspection . in.oo them and the following applications Life. it ain't no celebration. '

John S Cade. ,asked the board fur It 14 Flo> d. mule feed- :35.Ml were presented to them (or their consideration Troubles? I've had mine-

for $(o for three months. renton I It K 'luI. R-rocvrlea. . 3650Marion ( Get the wire and
warrant !.. us on But today is tine!
school lunch room bulldlnx. as previously Warren. road. work 111.2511'"n Application of Mr Kills F. Davis J
a-Hrred upon. < >n motion of Harbor road work-- u . 2000 and of Messrs. Johnston and Oarrett tell us to deliver your 11 Darlington AVenue

Commissioner A. F lIa.... seconded b)' I ill Warren, road work __ . 8000 for appointment as attorneys for milk morning It's today that I am livin',
IA J Unne every :
Commissioner I. H. Wetherbee. and road work---------- 2.60 the board. Application of Dr.
clerk Instructed to I1 K Keene road work___._ _. _. 8.OO J. IX Chunn. to which was It'll make shopping Not a month ago, '
carried the was your : - -- -- -- -
draw warrant for this amount. Fleming and Hon. supplies-.._ 47.55 attached a petition aliened by Home Havin', losin', givin',
The tax collector r..portedtull taxes V C Hryan Co.. groceries109.43 seventy citizens of the county asking easier and you'll know As time wills it so. "

.for December: 1411> license.$4.. F C Itryan Co., mule feed183.12 for his. appointment. county phys you,,have a milk of splendid Yesterday a. cloud of sorrow :
Leo II. Wilson appeared before I he Mrs Ada n.... car of Dan ician. After some discussion by the wholesome qualities. 666is
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board and asked that warrant fur llrown's child .-............. 10.00 Board Commissioner' U. Partln madea i. Fell across the way;
J40O be drawn In hi. favor for fair Dun Hrown convict guard.,.. 45.00 motion that Messrs. Johnston and It may rain again tomorrow J.
Walter Hayes camp cook..... 60,00 be as attorneys for
purposes. as agreedstating that he. Garrett appointed It may rain-but say
would account to the board for nam*. Lome Nourse road work..--.. 24.00 the board at a. salary of $60 per month; ThnYDArnYt Ain't it fine today? a Prescription..for Colds,
On motion of Commissioner J. M. Hun Jim Clemmons road work__--_ 44.00 a.v.. Ashton a. road supervisor at a .
..all seconded by Commissioner W. O. Homer I'artln road work_-_ h_ 40.00 salary of tlOO per month; J. E. Ha SB as Douglas loIallochThe Feverand: :LaGrippe. It'sthe :
Frank Barns. road work____ _ lee .
McClelland and carried th. clerk was 60.00 Janitor at a salary of MS per
Instructed to draw warrant for that i lOea. Ilrunson. road work__ - 5000 month: A. I). Dn.". as superintendent ii V1 Eighteenth Amendment to the mostspeedy remedy we :
I Hud Peterson road work___ __ 6000 of the county homo at q/ourwlf//'man' ratified .
PUTt : being no further business the Osceola Hdw Co. supplies------ 1996 a salary of 166 per month and that Constitution 'was by more know, preventing) Pneumo

board ndjournwd. Hlne Ule.K. W E Hansell. gas and oil ___ _ 1358'V Dr. J. D. Chunn be ."polnt"d aa county *KISSIMMEEFLnPHDNEZOJ I : I i [ 1 I : J states than any other amendment ever I
It Maklnson "Uppll..lI.nh 40.16 .
his as
!. U 1>. OVI R8TR"ET. Physician under agreement proposed.
Attest Chairman. Joe Johnston. surveyor195.10 stated *n application to furnish all

1. :.... OVEnBTHEKT. Clerk. Zack Ryles. road work ________ 878 drUKs and dressings for a salary of nia.:1
Ira Wetherbee. Inspection ... 700 I BOO. per annum provided he would
The following warrants wore examined K: ft D OVerstre.t inspection. 7.00 agree to make all post mortem examinations :
approved and ordered paid: W A Jlugh.y.roejw.rk-------
5.00 In the county the cost of .
K It IJ Overutreet. commissioner.three O C Arllne road work______- SJ 60 Which to be Included In the amount -
( meetings) ___ _:_ uu_ .* IS.00( John Sylvester road work 4500 paid him as county physician. Motion !
J M Hansell. same------------ K.OO i Dock Davis road work ---===== 30.00 was seconded by CommissionerA. .
Ira Welherbee. sam ____n ._ H.SO U W Ha It on. road work.-.____ XO.OO F. Bass and carried. r
A F Bass same___- -- --- -_ -- 1800 1 I.OVH YounK. road ...orku_____ 8.00 The clerk called Boards attention to
W O McClelland .ame--- _ ___ 41.00 I H Hrlnson treatment of prlsoner matter of reappointment of l>eo II
J I. Overslreet. clerk.o 11900 |11'1' at Jnll----h-u--u--_ 18.00 Wilson. aa county demonstration Bifcnt.his I.
Johnston st Uarrett. attorneys. ftO.OO OraoW rtrunson load work h. u 2.60 appointment having expired January .'
Milton Pleda-nr pros a1l).'._ - 83.33 ,Ike Ilrunson. i-oail work_. __ u 16 OOi 1 1123. thereupon. CommissionerJ. kAjIatce/
T L, Comer county JildIt. _0. 2S.OO i Tlieo Hrown, road work - __ 000 M. HansvUk made a motion that he
I. R Farmer ears Jail--------1 l II.Ii') I! Fred L.orrnz. brldw work_ ___ 800 be reuppolnled cJ as county went for
J II: 11.... janitor-------------- ti&.oo I NV
1.0'I1."n.. county awent IBOO I| ._ _-- - : _--- -- _ _- . 370X5K month. Motion was seconded by ('om.I '.
I It Ii....... foreman Co. home__ 86.00II .
A II Hrown road ,....1'u __- 6600( missioner. H. O Pnrttn and carried.
I A Ii..... care paupers-------. 80.00 J K Hoberls, load work _ . 06.oo I James M Johnston. and Stanley Hul- +,
Chamber Commerce. half rent 3U.ooChamber K; K Urow.n. mule fe.'d, Ill I lock naked the board to allow SCO to
Commerce. St. Cloutt I. II InKram. bulauce duo onI UHHlst. In plilIlig for a feed at the coun-
half rent _ _ _ __ 3o.ou '
uu I Pine Island mail _ . KG.II I I)' fair the said amount to be paid <>ulI )
"81.1.trusserMrs 14 H Aiiltman. by ntiler' of I.. H I IIntcrnm I I of thu publicity fundUpon motion of

II UalklilKht -_ h 25.0OMamie h __ _ . __ 311000' Commissioner. A. .... Hass seconded hvCommlBSloner
I'ndKetl 20: on S I
u - \ Ullltrt. MUlilllCs-------- 660 '
.. _ _ 15 on II. O. Partln aod. cni ril.
Kh da Canuilicll I I. I II I I liiKTnm. iitlMinreK. on woikon { request wan granted.James .
A M I. riuuicey-- _. I 5(1'l. P. 1. road __-- -- _- _ _ 311011(1Isir ( I M. Johnston Htateil to th-
10 II KeiMorr -- _ __ _ 15 (MI
V A ltuckbct. uU' _ 10 onHill I i2:7: 4:4.: i Hoard that tux matter' as presented to
i them b>' Honorable U". J. Sears at their
-Muss __ . 10.00(
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Mrs' \\illluiim. '. .- _ 10.OOTodo Leo I II Wilson, Feud.fair ixlilbltK.I. ( I ineitlntf( : January 2 1923. was mlarcpreIsenttd \ for- This house-one of the finest i. t
by him und that requnHt 9
10t1iMtlii 0'_ - _ H.Olf' Melltaurae Mead Klind. .I...'illOO"1 --..- .
I. forcunrellatton
1 1 ceoinineiidntloti to the comptrnll r '
A K Kennell _ _ K.ll"Jane (( '
nOn 'Houlliein liay MIl Ci. t.lik.2.7s9.77.
certi lice
of tftx tea uKulnxtuch in Toledo-was painted several
Clements. __ tooFranl (
u. u.
lands should not be Rrunled. thehofiril

A l P ?Muiin.':"Oll",'n r.. "p Sue-. Sli'It-kluiid. K K.(on in I :\ E.n"'O'I.nM .-ON\KNI-: I I thereupon deferred further iic- years ago with Pee Gee Mastic Paint. I IIWJ IWsHl I R&1 _

I'.. . 7.Oil) tlonThe
Van .pr".11
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I clerk presented und lend R '1- -- CZc %
'M rs M HrniiHon '"' I The n..w Hoard of ('..ul9t CoilinilHI Oovelnor .>
) ter liom Cui) A. llurdct r -
fi onK Instead of repainting it the hadIt
Hnmuel Motitidoi-n I nloin i M In and fol < luceola COlliltI. HitrdliiKT resolution of the boanl. for owner
O I.I*'liiKXton _ 6 OilMlHeellaneiiiiM j Floi'I III:i. ..nn""n. d mi Jnnuar)' 2. ll)2.t. removal of KlneHt; Shiver as game warden washed at two different time Th. j-sult. _ _
I, there Inline .present K. I. .D. <) .
\ eI- of OHCeola count) In which lie surprised even the experienced painters as Ibo
H M ICnhlnson court llbrai )' _ > 26.onIMopleM I Bluet. J M. lliuixell. 11 0. .
I'HItln. A.I I I i stated that he had ,iccelved letter ami
Hunk of 8t Cl iud. loan 450(1( .(00Peopled paint stood this rigid teat perfectly. 9
< I. IIn".. and It. V PlillllpH.. coiiinilHl resolution of bonid. but had not taken. _ .
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Hank, of Ht Clouil. I Int HO.o.i( l .loneix, anil J. !? I livirstrpet.. (rlerlt I I I any action. The clerk then presentedletter
Osceoln Hilw ('o.. supplies\ 4 40AV V The board was culled. to oi E II..n.....II. BUB und ull '> 41;; clerk.. who nnnounreil thai the (Mist Hoard that commisHloii of Mr Shiveras Only a paint that produces a tile-like -5naL-___ .. -

M & W H Drew' Co supplies 2.Oft matter to be consldeietl' waa the .".lection I "Kume warden explied. January. 3 film, such.. Pee Ge Mastio Faint, can tHI successfully ;: I".. l i & ..
Oseeolu Motor ( i," 101"".. - 1.18 of a rhnlnnnli for their body..Thereupon. lt 23THte. .washed. i
Valley I.iartte... legal ndv. _ :2 60 Coiiimlsiiloiier J. M Han mattur of. puliiK JlI,'. Shiver I.
Judge Comer. Insanity c.....'. - 200l sell made a motion that Commissioner nOl the amount he claimed due him ,
.r II Iirlnson. Insanity case. _ 200-n )0;. I.. 1). Oveistleet be elected as chairman for Herv.Ices us game warden was tnk- This exceptional durability of Pee GeeMastic i .
Ir K Oerbynhlre Insanity ease 2.Oil for tho ensulnir term Motion 'I en aid after discussion by '
up some
H 8 Floyd cow feed----------. 116..:; was seconded by Commissioner A. .... the .board Mr. Johnston as their attorney Paiat !. the result of puree sod biabestCrade J ;: ..A"
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C L. Handy commIssion.------- 0.72:! Mass ami carried.I ".
suggested It might be better to materials. A full 50% of Zinc ground In 0
Dr M C jreiwood InsanUy cast2.00( I L. H. Ingram reported that the road offer him $100 as a settlement in full genuine Linseed Oil and White Lead Into .,..,0. il1 .
W H Makln.on supplies-- B7.82 to Pine Island was settling badly. than be involved in a law suit there- goes ,
Water and Light( 1'lant-------- 12.90 more than h. expected It would. That made a motion that the board tendera the making .! reo Ge. Mutlc Paint.
Mrs M Brookshlre care of Clarence the estimate. tIled with the board for I warrant for such amount to Mr. .1'

Thompson _______ .___ _ 2O.50 13 6.11, the amount due him would Shiver for full settlement of his claim
Telephone Co.. phone rents_ __ ltl.20 r to pay him for the j I against the county which motion wan'seconded It I. the most economical paint lor you
:.trkbeo..u
Josh Ferguson supplies, __ ____ __ 419 : : account of the I loss the set- by Commissioner H. O. Par- to as* on tMCcount e f Its ffrcat covering capacity .
A IMerce. palntlnK-____ -_ -2600 flog had caused He asked the board '' tin and carried .
W E Hansell. and oILn 14.16 to advance him $300 the 'I sad tony T *r of service. .
gas on the I M. 1>. Alexander. came before the
J C Orimn. work____----_ ____ 2.10 said sum to be deducted m.'h: final board and asked them If they could not alit HI f fMte ftnt B x>*4 .MaT Color Cut* HLmttt .

Florida Feed Stores, feed___- -_ s.4J estimate which would be filed at the set up an exhibit for the Orange county ... udac tIIa B4 4)ds protectloaapsclfx /. B4sMl4T.-CaislTf Co. Inc.
L.edacW1
).(cC. Dept Btore, supplies__.___ 4.00 February meeting. On motion of CornmIssIoner fair to which the board assuredMr. I.- < .j.,

J 8 Cadel school lunch room___ (0.00 A. F. O.B"n seconded by Alexander they would be pleasedto "
Judge ComerInsanity case*____ 4.00 Commissioner II. : and carried be represented but unless they -
Ir B >erbyihlre, Insanity cases' ..1>* the board agreed to make him the advance could have .a. rood exhibit It would not \

Dr H Brlnson. Insanity cases___ 4.00 payment requested and the pay to enter that the funds from which .. : .
n 0 fcllnlck, drus-s.---._______ ..20 clerk was Instructed to draw a warrant such expense would bs paid was exhausted. -
Wenne.r-8a.wysr., supplies- ...... 8..16Fenele for the amount. OSCEOLA HAIWwARE..COMPANY:
Chem Q> paper .cups._. IZ.O Clark Howell asked the board what Tbe board examined and approved '
Valley Oasette7Iesal printing--" $ ..OQOeersil would be done about the ditch near Bonds as follows. : Notary bond of Mrs. JUsinmee Fl rhi .
his property. Thereupon. on motion of Florence Babbitt. with United States 1.? .,; .. 1 : .
': ..On.2. Commissioner A. V. B.... seconded PV Fidelity and Guaranty Company. a* ItI . c '
Ueye. tmmmmt 9, I Commissioner H. O. Partln and carried. ,
sie.f t sureties; Bond of W. Alman as Deputy
B L, 'U Ov.r.tr.eCmTTt.P.I...0 .Oomm'ssioaer. Jt Hstnselwas' H>. Sheriff. wtjh O. B. Woodall and H.:W. .'a . _, . ._ .,' I .
J M HsnselU.> san.._.___...__ 4.O4 rtructeA ..,, with 'the-icounty ehi&. Brattoo 'as etlPotlefr'Honorab3. I 4.j ?*r4 '
HenryiO'' .....rU..allJ....i...--_.. '.410.'<,'jcin.*r ui et.the besttw y>>t...constniat > . /.cree .t>pearedbefWe f 'V 'r -. _.
aA'V" R.... _lUe..__....-.__-_..> 6.001! > thisditch, before .actlerwa. taken rw the hoard and -presented a petition 4-Cc.IP ki wnip.F a -- -. .., -,.. .
It V Phillips.. s.me----....._+: 14.00 H. Rt May r.ported that,lie had been signed by. a number' of cltlsrM In the -i-r.1 -
\V 'O Tllnno' m&lnt.flafleq..e| '.00 advised there wore three 'families of Point asking thm recommend the : .--

f M .I, Oyl-girt'' .U stamps, and -ox's small children in thls..ouaty.. : IUa TToC. appointment of B. N. I>avls.s.s Cattle: I : .' ..


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FOUR .. TIIE\KISSlMMEE VALLEY GAZK"'i'R FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1923

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A rural enthusiast say more of PLANS 'BEING MADE FOR NEW METHOD OF TREATMENTFOR

\ KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE them should be called farmer-con THIS SUMMER'S CITIZEN'S SMUT_INCREASES YIELD

gressmen. For' that matter, more
I MILITARY\ TRAINING. CAMP Limited tests made in preliminaryway
I3UBLISHED BT should be called former congressmen. a

,THE) KISSIMMICK VALLEY GAZETTE -r Palatka Daily New by cereal investigators cf the United
KVKRY1 FRIDAY ; Word has been received frcm Capt. States department of agriculture \

KISSIMMKE }'LORlf5'.Cw. :: ; England needn't be so' 'bloomln. Donovan Yeuell, U. S. A., Acting C. show'that certain organic compoundsof MAST\'EI Y

stuck up about the engagement! of M. 'Ti:, C: officer of the Fourth Corps mercury can be used successfully .

H., HAnUlH .-.. if__I're..ld.nl Prince Albert. California announcesthe Area, which includes the states of to control the s& -borne'' smut diseases ""I .
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10. O. .VANS AnNl W , .Sici4tary.ALU3UN !
'1'. KHI3NCH .--.-.___Editor engagement of Charlie. Chaplin, Georgia, Alabama Florida, North of small grains, and that the
VOL' pcngacola News. Carolina Sout, h Carolina, Louisianaand seed not only Is safe from injury apparently -
Nl nxntllTIOIV HATICS Tennessee thatelaborate plansare but in some cascn actuallyis
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One Copy Ono Year--------------$200One The Village under for the contin-
('''I'y, HI II Mciithn------------ 1.00 GOKMip\\ now way stimulated. Plots of barley.grownon
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Ono Copy, Three lit 011 I h...- ifiVKntered How doth the gadabout I uance of the government summercamps the experimental farm from treat- .
Improve each shining minute? for young men which provedso ed seed have shown a remarkable in- .
.
( at the p 'Htofnc< at Klaxlmmee By just enlarging every tale.-*. last and the
popular summer -
summer from
those
. in yield
over
crease grown
Klorldiiv a8 avuqnd-clnsa: tn*ttfr._ ) it.

All coniinunlriitlonn except from, ail.thorliud -P.Though II. A.,therebe.nothing In Jacksonville jn Times-' Nearly before.three thousand, young men with untreated formaldehyde seed or from or copper seed treated sul How c'ari you expect to be master of the sit, '

THE) correspondent,* muni be &'''- Union.
ed by the writer _ _ _ _ received an outing at government expense phatelime.Organic uation unless are master of. yourself?
Rejected lnattr will be returned If editor tells of old last :year, some at Fort Bar. mercury compounds have you
An Oklahoma an .
The culled (or.I rancas, .Florida, on thetJtrlf! cf Mexico been used in Germany since 1912 and
Indian that came into his office to Self-control in matters is the
publismee and at McClellan in money
some Camp are replacing to a considerable extent very
V I Foreign' AdvtfrtlMlntl, I re.r.ilatl\. pay for his paper. The editor took j the rolling Wooded hills near Annis-
L THE AMERICAN Pill' ASSOCIATION: the then the Indian wanteda the old formaldehyde and copper sul '
'money, foundation of solid
the ha following a Savings
--- receipt. The editor tried to talk ton, Alabama. The is a phate-lime methods for the control ofel'dborne career. Open a -
our at typical example of letters being

had b a I FRIDAY, FRDRITARY 9, 1923 him getting out of the it.receipt.Mr. Indian After insistedon makingit received from last many year's students -- under\, such diseases.trade" names They as are"Uspulun"and known Account and let us co-operate with you

ago : ''
the editor wanted to know why he I "Germisan. Chemical companies -
no wa "I attended
McClellan the
That Press Breakfast Monday night was so persistent about wanting the Camp in the United States are putting
they v
summer of 1922. I for
the The Indian said "Me die can testify out similar compounds of mercuiy in
receipt. :
wen in Tampa was first one it has benefit as well others that 1
as
your small lots for experimental 1
il time. Go and St. purposes
to big
the some gate
been our pleasure to attend. Ev..rsin.'u this of training did "
month me more
p..tt( aKk if I been rood Indian. Isay under such names as "Chlorophol,
was n ,we became eligible for a bid lie did' I rood than any other training that i "Semesan," and "Corona" compounds. I
zette 1 yes. say you pay 'your "
thereto we've been hearing about it, debts ? I say yes. lie say did you have so far received. Some 25 of these commercial compounds

high with/ I d and had drummed considerable editor for ? I lie According to present plans, camps have been tested by the department
we up a pay paper say yes.
to be held this
are at Mc
With imagination as to what it wouldbe say where is receipt ? I no have it. Clellan, Alabama, year Fort Camp Barracas and the ones nientfoned Merchants and Farmers BankOF
have excellent results in the ex
I have to-run all over hell to find given
r eticetime you
like. Feeling bit bashful on account and receipt." Florida,' and Fort Bragg, North Caro periments. They have not been tried

we shone n( t of the short; space of time we get lina. The 'branches of instruction of- sufficiently under various local con-

ot t have been in the genie we welcomed Advocating the removal of "for fered may be slightly different from ditions, however, to permit a general KISSIMMEE
sale" signs from Florida properties, those of last year, but in the main recommendation as yet. ,
that head like well-written
gear some the Bradentown Journal gays: "Re I will be in the same branches which If further tests substantiate the

THThe "copy. But our iniag-inatioii lost (cently there has been a good deal of include infantry, cavalry, field artillery good results already. secured ;from 1

out. The affair had the anticipation publicity given in papers throughout engineers and coas'artillery.\; this method of seed treatment and no

beaten a mile. We met some of them..n the state to the decision of the real t The courses offered include a basic j unforeseen difficulties develop, the __ -- --
high .
)lookinschool we've been wanting to know, like estate operators at Eustis to takedown I Red Course, which given fundamental use of treatments of this type may =
all "for sale" signs in that training but does not instruct.. in any I I i eplace some of the present methods 1
Rube and McWhorter and
Allyn I particular branch of the service Advanced
town. Eustis is being hailed as originator ; i especially for the control of barley
thing tern others. We swore to a dern lie when of the idea. liradentown started I Red Course, which gives basic I< and oat smuts, but so far they must BANQUETS AND DINNER

psucce : "Col. Stovall" finished .Jiis speech, I this movement-put it into effect instruction in branches desired; I I be regarded as being in the experimental -

sport |like the others did. We had a rattling I some three months ago. The first in { White Course, (for which graduates stage. While the method ofappli'ation PARTIES
the state to adopt the plan and Of last year's Red Course who were be the
put { to simple
promises
leticn.us good time. But we buffaloedonce.
; got I it into execution. The ClearWater certified as eligible for admission, to I I cost probably will be as great if not I

lens no( Being a bit self-conscious abouta Realtors association was next in line.It white course are qualified) fits stu-i| greater than the present methods.

stab I pair of scratches on our face caused would be hard to find a "for sale ,dent, to be a non-commissioned officer |

to rel by too much hurry, we thought that sign in either of these town Eustis in the organized reserves or the notional POPULARITY OF SOY BEAN AS The new management of the Graystone Hotel Dining Room of

is a poor but welcome third."-Miami guard; and the Blue Course, fers unexcelled service for Banquets and Private
standsri safety razor was personal. But whenwe Metiopolin. I (for which graduates. of last year's j PROFITABLE CROP INCREASESIn : Dinner Parties.A .

j saw the others getting them too white course who were certified as
good supply of the best
foods
I view of the rapidly increasing obtainable always on hand.
we decided we weren't so doggone important WilY THE EDITOR LEFT TOWN 'eligible for admission to blue course
in a art; qualified if of the and popularity of the soy bean as an oil
learn.mean.ll llportj after all. The man responsible Somebody sent the editor educational proper age j I plant as well as a forage plant in tho ORDERS FOR
for that Rotary Club breakfastgot of the possess necessary qualifications i REGULAR SPANISH DINNERS SOLICITED '
Lokatown Gazette a few bottles of ) which fits candidates for corn belt, the Bureau of Plant IndupI -
bouquets from everybody we I try, of the United States department
home brew. On the same day he received commission in the officers reseivecorps. ':.
Tote heard talking. "It takes a mighty for publication, a wedding announcement 'of agriculture has extended its investigations -

d j good man to do that!" and a notice of an auc- The age limits are the same as for I with these beans to meet --- --- -- --- -- ,--- -, ---- -

splriWe ] -XXX- tion sale. ;, last year, 17 to 25 for the two Red. the demand for information relative I

I Here are the results : ('ourser8 to :2(5 for the White to the culturearieties and. utilizea-
'. Our three thousand quarts of strawberries I j tion of the crop. About 175 introductions -
Course
"Wm. Smith and
countthe : and Miss Lucy Anderson 19 to 27 for the Blue '
1.1 P80m" on shipping days don't soundas weredisposed of at public auction | Course. These age limits do not apply of soy beans were received

big as Plant City's stupendous fig at my farm, one mile fast pf a beautiful to those who entered the citizens | from Manchuria, Japan and China in

ures. But when we look back, and dUhter of roses on her breast and.I military training camp in 1921. .Vet- 1!>22. :Many' of these appear to be of

1. two white calves before a backgroundof i crane of the World War may be aci I promise for northern and central con- I
realize that this is our first year at farm :i I 1 ditions. Several factories have been S
2. implements, too numerous to j cepted up to 35 years of age.
;3: growing strawberries, three thousand:! mention in the presence of about seventy I I Although formal application blanks !, equipped or are being equipped with SPALDINGSSPORTING

quarts a day sounds like a million. guerts, including two much cows I I have not been received young men of machinery for the manufactuit of

I 4.J.). Those who told us our berries"wouldn't six mules and a hob-sled. Rev. Jackson 'proper qualifications will find it to soyrbean oil and meal as well as for
tied the I their various food products, such as soy
nuptial knot, with about advantage to make request for
carry" ought to look over two hundred feet of hay rope and the 1 applications to the Acting C. M. C. T. I sauce, flour, and milk powder.

some of the wires and letters which bridal couple left on good John Deere J I Officer, Fort McPherson, Georgia, Jit: Much progress, according to the

come from northern consumers and plow for an extendej trip with terms i[ as early a date as possible. Although I annual report of the burean, is being Y

W. buyers. We had to buck a most unusual to suit the purchaser. They will be at j it will be possible to accommodate j made with the soy beans in the south
home to their friends more than j where in the past years the crop has
year in the matter of with one good l fifty percent more candi-
seasons I
baby-buggy and a few kitchen uten- i I dates than were accommodated last not been very popular because of

and consequent prices, but we've Mils after ten months from the date of y
demonstrated that we can "deliver.I I sale to responsible parties and some will apply than can be admitted. By that were grown. The Biloxi variety,

1-Jae! gopd," That's the main idea: for fifty chickens." having{ your request for applicationon however, on account of nonshattering "

ft !tllrtfr file you will have opportunity to characteristics, has dene much to GOODSTENNIS :

i, SOILS OF ORANGE COUNTY receive application blank early. All increase the popularity and acreage

-XXX- 1 DESCRIBED AND !MAPPED who desire applications should state I of the crop in the gulf coast states. ,. ,

annfor The Women's Club is providing I their date of entering former military The Laredo variety has been found .

Jiigh class music in its lyceum cours- J Farmers of Orange county, and service of any kind. to be resistant to nematodes and wilt. .I
ttitdTe those in neighboring counties havin I It has given most excellent results for

es. Musicians of discrimination pro- similar soils and agricultural conditions FORECASTS AND WARNINGS I forage and seed production. Ij I
Sch nounced the last number excellent. j
j will find much valuable information SENT BY RADIOTELEPHONEAn

win Another comes next week. The ladies : in the soil survey report on Increased demands for campaign i

deserve the support of everybodyin that area just published: by the Unit- important accomplishment' in against pocket gophers have led to .

e1e the their efforts along this line. ed States department of agriculture.In tho radio work of the weather bureauof the undertaking of work in a large , I RACQUETS AND. BALLS ,; ;
addition to detailed discussions of scale in Arizona ) ,
Idaho Kansas Nebraska "
'
-
the United States department of '" " \- j
the am., COLD STORAGE the various soils in a large part of agriculture, during the past years was New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, "" ("tMM"\)\ ",'. "', v"l" ; !: ( I : ,fsj_. ,1)I")
the
county there are chapters on climate the inauguration of a program of and Washington under the supervision -

gl'.o agricultural practices, a colored broadcasting daily'Sundays and holidays of the biological survey, United I
(Orlando Reporter-Star) soil map, and a table of temperatuie included of the twice. artment of agriculture.Con'iderabre GOLF ,
regular
Tb'Ju :
A visitor I
from California asked and rainfall.
demonstration work has
the question a few days ago: "Whereare This county is in the north-central frost daily, telegraphic and other warnings forecasts and cold inforj wave-, also been done in Fonda, Missouri, CLUBS AND CADDY BAGS

your cold storage houses?" And part of peninsular Florida, has a subtropical j| mation isrued for the states comprised North Dakota, Oklahoma, and So&th
co we ]had to admit that they were still climate and II Dakota.
a heavy in the Washington and Chicago A determined effort is being -
in the airy state. Much talk and A of the -
is
part area rolling raincall.// forecast districts. On made in the alfalfa-producing
one day aweekWednesdayfrom
nothing done. diained, but much of it, the the sections to destroy these pests, which
I 1st
q.f
This Californian said that producers is low and poorly drained. The soils I April to the end of November cause damage commonly amounting FRED S.
a summary -
in of fruits and vegetables in his I and mainly of two groups those made I of weather conditions as they to $2 or more an acre, and often destroy GILBERTEXCLUSIVE

Oil state would not know how to get up of sedimentary materials and i nffected the week is the entire stand.
crops
along without cold storage, that those made up largely of vegetable also included. previous
This information is
millions of dollars had been saved to matter. The lock underlying> most of sent out from naval radio stations AGENT
at
COti the growers by the use of cold stor- the soil of the county is limestone. I ppp Cures MalariaChills
[ Arlington and Great
Lakes
Virginia
age. And without it, he stated the but in few I
only a places does it influence Illinois. DUD and Fever, Dengueor
cattle industry would have failed the KISSIMMEE
long soil above it. A large partof |
ago. The meat of the state ii. pre- the area is fine sand the rest being Radiotelegraphy high wavelengths Bilious Fever.Vfyetfmi .
are utilized for these disemj
served in California storage. made up of peat and muck. Practically \
{Inations ,
There has been much talk of cold all the soils mapped are easily j j as telegraphy is more reliable j ]0

storage in Florida. There are some distinguished by their distinctive veg- I for long-range transmissions. Radio .
' few localities where cold has etation. receiving stations with propel FOR HAMS-One building ..
storage For 10x1 -
instance the St. Lucie fe.t.; W
equipment for high wave length messages tin roof electric. ANT ()-To hu)' some .sk'nnd-
Mxturra c1aa
aC been Installed in inquire
a small But fine sand .
way. which occurs in small areas, at 901 hand furnitur
:Main .
receive direct service. Local itrert 61-tfc .. carpets, .g.c.. .. fur'
the demand is so great, and the has vegetation is .I.h small ,
possibilities a that semiarid in j radiophone hou. \1.0 some ...condIsnd -
broadcasting stations
a so large, that character receive FOR 8Al.Tv Wooden lUmber Addr..., "
companies
leatherly-leaved oaks and and broadcast the information chine, wanhlnit ma- fa&ell... "E.. ii, care
,
ought to be organized nearly new. -
)) on a countywide prickly-pear cactus. received by radiophone. .tre.... Apply 301 Main s-mix I :
basis to erect storage houses Citrus fruits are the most important I0-tf \
ANTIU'-To,
I large enough to accommodate This program is an immediate FOR SAI.K i buy In good condition
the source of income. Trucking has! -Fine reiild'n-e, ,
adaptation by the weather bureau of property "woTtir.rrfrl'f." < r or ice box. a
business of .Apply at the
office
a given territory. been of
The .
developing Vallrv .
rapidly lettuce cabbage .
K Uaxcttr, <' k stove n* or
j plans approved by the interdepartmental Klnnlmtiu-f-. 1"0
Sanford I 'haIr",
I (
is
wisely making a move cucumbers, and Irish potatoes radio : J-tf a I"bl. Ad.lre. .a: "I'a.h."
toward cold facilities committee, which con- .'olt Oa&.lIe office,
storage for its being shipped to northern S..I K--Trade 8-311
markets. <
or f '
< haiiKf. 2S __
templates the of few acre -
own large outout of vegetables. Or. Corn is the principal field crop. The I' use a high-pow- FOR SALE Rood cltrua and trucking land nn
lando and Kissimmee have had several live-stock industry is relatively important -, ered government radio stations for I with Lake TohopckallKra ,G-ri<,om bungalow LOSTlj'twT7T.0MMTu"d"v'
broadcasting official bath.; & ,
information KiraKf
conferences and the time is ripe as-much of the land is still by FRUIT TREES FOR SALE I hlrkn house for 600 dairy bird, house;
radio-telegraphy for the entire :
for action. coun- wagon
The beef industry could I free range. shed 12 paftafnwr. February. b.-
be made a profitable business in these Copies of the report may be had try. The states in San Francisco forecast IK YOU ARK INTEHESTKI: ) In setting tor and nail boat: row combination boat; all farm mo Fair < !<1"-; "black""'"IK Ht.tlon and
strict were included in simi- a ((rove. or plnntlnR Imiilrtnetiln' ; Huddle Jr"u.n leather pocketRel.urn -
two counties if a large cold storage free by addressing the a hrubhvry of horse: buggy I I"ok
of I.
house were built Department ]&rjPrvice about September 1, and it any klrd rolun-2l1 your place) drop me wagon, and harness; 26 bearing <.llrn Station and Ollberf. Kllllnc ,
jointly to take receive
care Agriculture, Washington, D. C. is oped that the a line and call and talk itover tr"-eii: iO peach trees' Worth r..ward.Ilt"
of the carcasses in the summer when remaining districts with sou. My trees are $7i(,"0, Will aacrirtre for
grown quick
aalv
cattle are fat. The Florida supply of FARMERS BACK PLANT BOARD will have it within a few months. by come of the largest and tirat nur- $45 ifrlea In It. K the nouth. W U Hall. "The McCabe,
meat could KlaHlmmrePark
largely from RULES
come
within AGAINST; IMPORTATIONS Fruit Tree "
Man. 4IS
STUDIES ,
EXTENSION METHOD fVl.-dmont Hi.
the state if we had the storage facili- DISEASED Phone SOU tt-tf ) the
Log .
PLANTS
i Orlando Florida.4tx Hou. Golf Club
TO APPLY
ties. We would thus save the two- I|I IN AISNE DISTRICTIn FOR RENT oTnnert,".o01" red one black. Now

way freight. I The state plant board of Florida isreceiving FOR RALE-pra..tlrally new Star phonograph PateVv ? P'eaae' claim Imn.ed-.
I addition to the establishment of at a buricaln. 46 Main street FOIl KENT and pay for maintenance Itave
\ the active and moral support home demonstration 9-2tc Dcrmuda -3-room hounp. Ml 124 dVm.done thousand dollar worth
work in other
HOW TilE avenue. of .
POINSETTIA of the farmers Bee Mr.
I and .farmers' Welch ___ 9-11O
organizations districts in France for which at atore next, door
American FOR
SALE-GOO
acre good K-3tx
RECEIVED;; of West Florida in its ef pnaturr
ITS NAME
methods land
have St.
furnished near Cloud For
guide
I a quick sal Jo'OIt
forts to prevent the importations of a special agent willundertake to es 16.00 per acre. Write M 1 O. Willi...."... houac IUNT-On., Which ,half of t he Unit Club JHISCELLANEOUS _

How many, who admire the flaming with plants and seed infested or infected I tablish the work .In the devastated Wauchula Florida. K-tf pair..;!, Partly has furnished r..c..tlY been$55 re- .:l.EGl1A Pit y-< Both Hallway and
injurious
poinsettias that adorn Florida gard- to Plant insects and disease according -(II rea. Miss Beatrice Williams, agri- FOR SALIE-Two-hor wagon and bi monlh 1'111"in'iu.lIng, K..ralf" A4Ortoif ..per,..". Comm..r"I..I Hu.1 n... ,,_ ) Touch Typewriting.
ens, kow the oricin' of the flower, or Commissioner Wil- cultural directress for the American cycle j. F Nlswonger It. F U, No Klnlmme. 5tfWAN'fED tl"n-AK..n..y." Pen.man.hlp, Rallway.Hla'
mon Newell, of the board. J. City. Quickly' '
Its name? Floridians 83ixFOR mastered uncfal -
in
committee the
are as ignorant Aisne, is spending (liar modern
The Farmers' methods. For -
pei.Bf
Mutual farmers'organization .
of this topic as are most of the of a three months as a guest of the Unit- RALFBurr Orplntrton ejlfor rat. new ""dent* call or

visitors, for it is probably not generally Escambia county, recently ed States department of agriculture, hatching from blue ribbon winner IV.\NTfo1More write 15lE:. TAM :AHUaJNisSSC<>I-
known that Joel R. Poinsett pledged the plant board the studying home demonstration work at the fair. Price to home p..opl.$1.00 .., children people to Klv,,' their __ Telegraph 11.-pt. Tampa Flu.
most enthusiastic per netting of 15. rn..y 10 buy .urlty Mllld" _J _Malton, Prealdent., Uto"ciiTnBn
secretary of war in Van support by adopt and Mm. J N 1 I.'" _
Buren's cabInet inthe securing first-hand information Parker, Phone 188. cream nol ollly b..rau" ----- ------ - .j.--.
\ brought the following resolution: about 7-tfc like it but because they ") [ [) --- '
plant from Mexico methods of organizing in the them 'It U sood for94tc 16. on. choCk
"Resolved for
,, and introduced itxto the south in his "That any person known United States. Miss Ola Powell of FOR SALE-10Q) Ferrla thoroughbred .II No.five crate. lfplanla under .I.n'
garden at Charleston S. to have, or to have been guilty of the department is White Leghorn hens. Must make MARRIRH 11&61. Hhlpper notlft.d. 1K {'
C.
Moses iq charge of planning MAN to Itrown
n. ,
room for establish F. D
importing atock. No.
Folsom citrus trees from other young Prlcea right rorrnanent I, KI..lmm.
whose articles on Florida are states in violation Miss William study and field A. D. Maraton I'tnedale. Box 447. weekly door delivery of ('u".p,,- Agent I..r Hohert T. Coehrftn
always instructive and interesting, is Board rules of the State Plant itinerary. Various divisions of the Klaalmmee. 6-3tx trade.Hoapn-Rplrea-Extracta Position to family Company New York, f.JlO
responsible for this bit of Informa- governing the Importation department have already given ability. reeluirpi Come polling
helpful Attractive
tion regarding the of citrus trees from other states FOR BAI E-By owner: one* five-room furntahed. delivery wagon I PayuIDr.BUNCI? GRAPHS bring
poinsettia. Since shall be forever co-operation in working out these house; wired; city water; lots of Grand Union Tea Co. f'r eighteen' month. f-
barred Hou
from t hern .
this gorgeous flower reigns being a plans and state home fruit. At ,Sale Office, planting,
: ,' supremeAS member of of many demonstration a bargain. Win. Gallagher D. C. Washington be Plant an acreage an or enjoying any of the Independent
m winter decoration
for gardens agent have offered valuable S-tf -ltc fruIt Beat commercial
in St. Augustine well privileges of this organization. And assistance in THE J. Inyutmen"? In south; fruit
as in K.
as other arranging work and Watklne brings
be it FOR 8AX.E! One Company highest
further
Bets will prices. -
it cities of the state this travel with Electric Wall ploy a lady em .4 W Introduother
little story of "Resolved county home demonstration Plate. Practically new. At a or gentleman agent In thea crap" into Florida and
That Tea- Klaalmmee.
J its origin in this country will tindoubt.dly be a copy of this resolution agent in order that Miss Wil .onabl. price. Apply Valley Oaaette. known Watklna' Product. are have been doln.. well ten ...a-, :
: be mailed to the State Plant llama I everywhere, and . Ions Other adapted
treasured by many Board and to all may see actual results a* they I .- 7-tf. make biff income our aafaapeople blueberries! fruits alio; tree '

'reader who welcome thing of the the Plant Board' known violators of are being obtained by women and FOR SALE. For Rent. Furnished gate this opportunity! Full Inveatl-partleUiq.rs foiid. B-V'L blackb.rrl.s''O'niatlonl""?r'.' .P cst"ch-*-. ,
; *x>rt.: Record. rules residing with. girl in their homs under Room. and No and valuable !
-, tvA0ffutine; In Escambia the !guidance -I Treapaa Card.. 14 to huatleri aamplea sent free Nura.rlea, Tampa Fla. v8IX
; a' 'j" ." county of home demonstration,( agents. cents each at Tb.I '.Oaaette. offln Write oday. The who J.mean bu.lp... I 4.,
... """ ,, ".U Dept It, R. Watklna. Co., SECOND
Memphis, Tenn. HAND boUgb'1 .
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a/' ( "-'11 aDd ooD8, .
repaired. .
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, U23 FIT*



4 0004400040000000040. PERTAINING TO CHURCHES CAMPBELL'S NOTES

LOCAL *' "WEATHER' RETORT PrtsbvteriM CfcordbRer. Report.of the school at Campbell) l lOne

PEJ 2V for the month ending February 2:
.perature OfficialBulletin of daily tem 0 ., Vf. If. Dresch, D. D., Pastor Total number enrolled, 82.
( and precipitations fur- *
J nished by the Kissinunee. Cocoperative. 0 9:45: a. m.-.Sunday schooL Prof.D. The'of following the month were present everyday HELP WANTED
4 U.,, S. Weather .. : '
Bureau B. Shaver, superintendent
Mrs. Simpson
J.
Dr.. and W. spend Station for the First grade-Pearl Perfitt, Ralph
week! ending 11:00' a. tn.-Morning Worship.
the week-end in Klssimmee. Perfltt, G. C. Finger.
4 '
Friday February 9 1923 .4 Sermon the
4 : by pastor. Second grode-Dell* Long:, Cecil
15c; haircut, 35cj; children '---- 4 6:30 p. m.-Christian. Endeavor Collins. I .
4
ShavelC 18tfThe Date Max.-Min.Frcp. meeting,
Barber
Shop. Adams
; .Third grade-Mildred Myrtle
<> Saturday, Feb 3-82 62 ,00 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship.. Sermon Collins Lillian Elsie
season Is almost here 'when the 4 Sunday Feb 4__.__84 57 .00 by the.pastor. p Howard Leona, Lamb Sharpe Ineze, Acree, Assistant Cook, white or colored.,
,
Ghosts of Hilo. can. be .seen in Kisgimmee. .- Monday, Feb 6 ....85 67 .00 Music by the orchestra. Jack .
Long.
Tuesday Feb 6.-.S4::; 69.00. 7:30 'm.-Wednesday.. Prayer Fourth grade-Lucille\ Lamb. One Woman, white or colored, to. assist in kitchen
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Wednesday, Feb 7.72 63 .36 and Bible study. '
Expert kodak finishing' at Mlnlck's. v Thursday, Feb 8...66 61 .00 4 7:30 p. ra.-Thursday. Choir prac Collins Fifth Theron grade-Belle Adams.Lanier, Hyatt work. .
,
Rexall Drug Store. 60-tf Friday Feb 0_____68 65 .Tr tice. Drawdy and i
Sixth
Readings are made at 8:00 a. Visitor will find a cordial welcometo Bertha Howard.grade-Nolan One Woman, white or colored, to do chambermaidwork.
Mr, and Mrs. Arthur
Born: To *
m. for the preceding twenty-four a home-like church. '
Partin, at their home in Center Park, 0 hours. Seventh grade-Shirah Adams .

Monday, February 5, a.son. ALLISON T. FRENCH. First B,*>tift Church Respectfully submitted,
W. H. WYSONG Principal.
BOARD, LODGING AND GOOD SALARY TO
Cottage and two lots; good street Co-operative Observer. Miss Fannie Addison, Mrs. T. J.
4444644444 440004040 Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. SATISFACTORY PERSONSRUNNYMEDE
Terms. $7 O. Nelson Realty Com Addison, assistants.

pany. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Car-
Miss Mattie Bandy returned Wed- son Farmer, superintendent. Classesfor VERY LITTLE FROST DAMAGE"DURING
Mrs. E. D. Katz, Mr*. Roy Star- nesday night from Atlanta, where all ages. Join the pastor's class. THE FALL OF 1922
bird, and Mrs. Walter Coble, are visiting she met representatives from large 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by Rev. J. A. LODGETHREE
Mrs. Kate's sister, Mrs. T. P.Mulligan millinery\ houses in Baltimore and Scott, of Oklahoma City.: Special The time of occurrence of the last

in Chicago. New York, and purchased ;her spring music by C. C. Elsey. killing frost in the spring and the

Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. and summer stock. 6:30: p. m.-B. Y.. P. U. devotional first in fall significance are of considerable, particularlywhere agricultural MILES EAST OF ST. CLOUD FLORIDAWANTED

Harris. Gazette office. 14tfMrs. WOODI! WOOD! WOOD! WOOD! meeting.7:30 p. m.-Sermon by Rev. J. A. the growing season is short as

J. M. Willaon\ left Tuesday for Place your orders for veneer blocks Scott every night. in-the northern portion of the United
where she will\ to Dr. Special music by Mr. Eleey.. States. A "killing frost" is one suf-
Baltimore, go now; 120 blocks 15-inch, delivered for the
to destroy staple
Howard A. !Kelly's hospital for an op $3.15; 12-inch blocks, $2.95. Split for 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer ficiently products: severe of a locality. Killing frostsdon't

eration. stove-wood, guaranteed full strand; meeting.
have much significance duringthe
Free seats and a welcome to
15-inch for 3.35 12-inch for
Complete line of spring millinery\ at $ ; $3.15. strangers as well as those who winter months when most vegeta-
Get winter's All
your supply now. be-\\tion is dormant, except is portions cf
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck> Hat Shop. delivered. long here.A .
Phone 91 516 rack street.
; Florida and California.
church of the Bible and for the
J, Bonin. 44-tf !
Mrs. Ethel Barber, Mrs. Vernon .- .- people. Very little frost damage was reported -
Morris, and Miss Ethel Whidden, of NOTICEOn during the fall of 1922, according -
ughmati, are new students at the Methodist Church to the weather bureau of the United -

Kissimmee Business College. account of the absence of some -- I States departmcnqt of agricul-
of its members the meeting of the I tuie. Staple crops matured comparatively 500-DAY LABORERS-500
Rev. W. C. Norton Pastor.
Good five-room cottage water and of
; Horseshoe Club was last eaily under the influence
lights; nice corner. $1100. Nelscn Monday until Monday, February 12. --- I warm weather during the late sum- ;,

Realty Company.See t The meeting will be held at 8 o clockat 7:00: a. m.-Union. Sunrise Prayer mer and early fall, and as the lart killing --

night, on the grounds.A Meeting in Bungalow frost was later than usual in
Bennett's special ad on this secretary-treasurer is to be elected 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. L. nearly all sections of the country, but To set tomato plants and pick beans and peas.
page. and other business transacted. Overstreet, superintendent. little damage occured. Corn and cot-

Mrs. J. A. Eiickson, of DeLand, is D. L. SUTTON. PrE'sident.ItESOLUTIONa tor.11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas ton, the crops most susceptible to Serious Wages $2.00 per day. Free house rent.
matured fully -
fall frost ,
damage
in Klftsimmee for a two week'o visit
m.-Senior devo-
.6:30 League
:
p. without material
with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. A. S. tional service. injury.
The first killing frort did not occur
CilUort; at their home at 10 Park Whereas, Death reigns supremeover 7:30: p. m.-Preaching by Presiding in Minnesota North Dakota and l Mon- DON'T WRITE-BUT COME AT ONCE

-I t reet. all mankind and ovr beloved Elder R. Ira Barnett I). I). First tana until October 7 or 8, about two
friend and Sister, h". Samh Prettt.has conference after preaching.
quarterly
weeks later than the TIp
Mrs. W. A. Sanders, of Elizabeth. average. ---
is'the' of Mr. been summoned to appear before 4:00: and 7:30( p. m.-Monday. earliest reported for the. United States
vill, Pennsylvania guest
the judgment bar ..f Clod; and Speaking l hv> Dr. W. G. Cram and Or. '
: occurred at Yellowstone Park, Wyoming -
Meetch. Mrs. Band-
and Mrs. H. W.
Whereas In thf'eat'i' rf Sirer,. : .
,
George B. Wiiiton. frost
September 8. Killing occurred -
ers and Mr. Meetch--are cousins. Prevatt, Kissimmee Chiptsr No. t>2, 7:30 p. Wednesday. Mid-week at only a few points earlie W. B. YOUNGMOORE

Five acres splendid trucklnaland, Order of the Eastern :Star::; l I"'ces ore prayer service. than October 1. The first general
of its most devoted! inzmbcis, therefore 3:30: and 7:30:: -Friday. Teacher -
fenced ready for plow; very cheap. p.m. killing frost in New York and New
$&50. Nelson Realty Company. trainer class. England 1 occurred on Oct. 19, about
--- Be It Resolved Tint hO.Jlh t ; we 7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir prac the average date. In general no kil- HAVEN, FLORIDA
Mrs. J. K. Hilliard stopped at the mourn her loss as a IHenJ and! Sis tice. ling frost was repotted from North

Newbv Inn Monday, with her son, J. ter, we join her I loved I nes in the --- - -- Carolina Tennessee and most! of Arkansas -

II. Hilliard, on their way to the Tam- glorious assurance that she nag been Christian Church southward until after the mid
fair. called from a world ol turmo 1 and
pa dle of November. Up to December
unrest, to the Great Beyond w'.iere: 10:00: a. m._Sunday school. C. E. 20 no killing frost was reported in
little well improved death to th. sward
Fine
farm ; comes not nap !
the immediate coast section.
Powell gulf
superintendent.
close in well. Special bar- of her labors. ,
; flowing{
11:00 m.-Communion services. Frost occunel I much earlier than usual -
for sale. Terms. Nelson Resolved Further That of a.
gain quick a copy
6:30: p. TO.-Christian Endeavor. in the extreme north Pacific
Realty Company. these resolutions be spread upon the Subject: "The Testimony Psalm." coast area, but later than the averagein

Mrs. F. E. Woodward was taken to minutes delivered of to the The Ledge Kissimmee, that II c.opb Valley: : Ps. 145: 121. Leader: Madge Rivers. Idaho Nevada, Utah, and most of

night where she was 7:30 p. ro.-Wednesday. Prayer the central Rocky mountain districts.For .
Orlando Sunday Gazette for publication and a
operated upon Monday morning at mailed to her family. ropy meeting. Interesting and inspirational the country' a whole it was later Peoples Market

the Orlando General Hospital.S. MRS. W. E. SANDERSON.MRS. services. I than the average.
F. C. BRYAN. Visitors cordially invited. I
B. Aultman. Marvin Miller. J. ------ -- We Wonder
WILLA STEED.
Wade Tucker, Mra. Gertrude b. Kate, ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH City Boy-"What's that, pa?" -*

and Miss Rhea Pherigo were among AMERICAN LEGION NOTES Father-"That's a cow, sonny" e
the people seen at the Tampa ,$air; I'. Rev. M. B. Ayres. Rector. OAnd what's that on his head?" TO YOU GOOD PEOPLE OF KISSIMMEE: We
this week. Columbus, 0., Feb. 7.-The Ohio --- Those! are horns."
10:00 School. want to take off hats and
--- I department of the American Legion : a. m.-Sunday turned around and the cow our say-
R. I. Smith who was operated up will receive $115 000, instead of $64- 11:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer, and mooed.

on for appendicitis three weks ago at 000, under a decision rendered by the sermon by the rector. Boy-"WTiich horn did. he blow THANK YOU
General Hospital is convalescing 7:30 p. m.-Evening Prayer, and "
the Orlando Ohio court of appeals. The sum rep- then dad?
satisfactorily and !Is the accumulated sermon by the rector.
very resents amount, plus
expected, home tomorrow. interest, that was collected during the 7:30 p.and m.-Wednesday.Address. Litany, NOTICE.T6 Our. call to you of last week more that met our ex-

Dr. and Mra. Cowden and G. C. World War to supply division.comforts for the Prayers pectations-and we are going to keep on selling our
of the 83d The division
Cowden, of Warren, Pennsylvania,arrived men was broken up overseas and the mon. Christ's ChurchPentecostal . County Property.: Owners of Osceola goods at these unusually low prices. Free delivery

in Kissimmee Monday. It I I. used. .. ( ) ,. '": it '; 4Twill
their intention to stay in this city un.. ey The was court never'ruled .that the American Corner Brack and Oak_ Streets I ., be at the following precinct Saturday After, Saturday, we will deliver ordersof

til about the first of April. Legion is the one representative or- -- on the of dates given below for the of both purpose one dollar or more free of charge.
receiving tax returns
W. C', How.J1.Sunday .
ganization of veterans of the Worldwar
and moved this
Ira Bass family real and personproperty.It .
residence in and that comforts belonging to School Superintendent.
week into the Hornsby
is that property
very necessary
Cape Breeze Addition, which they recently the men to who them served in their should present come organlz.tion. 10:00: a. m.Sunday school. Inter- owners furnish the tax assessor witha Remember we have a good smoked bacon at 22c%

purchased. Mr. Bass has both had properly "As the G. A. R. is to national lesson. Classes for all ages. complete signed \list of their real full slab 23c slab and 27c sliced.
made by taking or part
many improvements on the Civil war so the American Legion 11:00: a. nr. Divine worship. estate owing to the fact that the supreme -I ; ,

house and grounds. is and will be the outstanding mili- Preaching.! court has ruled that propertynot All Native Steaks, pound . . . . . . . . . 20c ti
in 7:00: p. m.-Young People's meet returned by the owner, or agent,
Kissimmee Mrs. Ben Sunday J. Faulkner afternoon arrived from tary ex-soldiers organization of the representing World war," the the ing. must be assessed as UNKNOWN. Roasts, per pound . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 12 l/ic

her home In Nashville, Tennessee, and opinion of the court stated. 7:30: p. m.-Inspirationalsong service Therefore, please bring correct list. Stew, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . 7c and 8c i
of her daughter, The court of decision praise, testimony and preaching. Shingle Creek, Precinct No.2,
appeals overrules -
will be the guest the 2:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Women's bible Monday forenoon February 12. Western Beef, Round Steak . . . . . . . . 27c
Mrs. V. W. Edwards of 515 Mabbette a previous decision that ,
class', Mrs. C. B. Higdon in charge.
street, for an indefinite period. money should be used for the benefit 7:30:: !! ; -Thursday. Prayer serv- Campbell's Station Precinct /Ni>. 3, Sirloin, and Porterhouse . . . . . . . . . . .35c
of Ohio disabled men. The court of p. Monday. afternoon, February 1J.:
Mre. O. D. Lillard has arrived in appeals held that the care of the dis- ice. Narcoossee Precinct No.8 Tues- Western Ribbed Stew . . . . . . . . . . 12>/c
,
Sunday
Communion services first
Kissimmee from Winnepeg, Manitoba abled is the function of the federal each month. Foreign Missionary of- day forenoon, February '13. Western Brisket . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15c
her sister, Mis. W.
is
and visiting government and that there is every
HL Rennie, at her home 4
.....t....Mrs. Lillard is very much Florida.1mjsressed discharge that duty fully and !satis! month."Come," "Pray" "Believe" end day forenoon, February 15. Western Prime Rib Roast . . . . . . . . 20c
of
with this section factorily. Kenansville, Precinct No.6, Satur-
,
Gilbert Bettman state commanderof "Worship!'! the Lord in the Beauty of day forenoon, February 17.
"
Colonel Lewis O'Bryan who is amember Holiness.!'!
the Legion acted as attorney for Lokonee, Precinct No. 9, Saturday ,
of Governor Hardee's staff, --- FOR SATURDAY ONLY
the ex-service men in the court ac afternoon, February 17.
with rank of Lieut-Colonel, spent PUBLIC PATENT GRANTED\ FOR '
tion.
and Tuesday in Tampa, COTTONSEED: : DEI.INTINR PROCESS Mulberry Sink Precinct No. 10,
Monday forenoon A good cooking and eating apple, dozen, 15c and 20c
where, with the governor and other I Monday February 19.
in the Member
Once Legion Always a
members of the staff, he attended Indianapolis, Feb. 7.-Since the Saint Cloud precinctsM 1 be a > A pViblic-service has hepnJrrpnttd
many social functions given In honorof patent \ertised later.Kissimmee .
adoption of a form of initiation, the
at the request of the Un ted l
the Gasparilla crew. precincts, from March
has the
American Legion
accepted of to - ---- -
States department agriculture I
15 to 1.
P. J. Flautt, of Lexington. Ohio is principle that a man once initiated Loion G. PolKumus, the inventor of April
Flautt at becomes a member of the organization the of cotton seed W. I. BARBER
delmting
visiting his son, George process Yours for Mutual Benefit
for life. The Legion enters the Tax Assessor.: I ,
the Newby Inn, who has been manager with gaseous hydrochloric acid, and
of Persons' 5c to 99c store since new year with this idea in minJ. efforts are now being made to develop -I
Mr. Flautt was "He may lance in his dues and be- it scale that be used
the first of the year. on a can gen- -
with McCrory's stores in come of bad standing," Lemuel erally planting seed. I!
formerly
Orlando. Lakeland, and West Palm Bolles, the national adjutant said. The delinting of cotton seed is practiced BENNETT'SFOR : S. L Hagerman
Beach. "lie, however, remains a member of to remove the "fuzz" or short :
the American Legion, under the
.irehis fibers from the surface of the seed, I
Mrs. H. W. Meetch entertained the ent policy, for the remainder in order to avoid the clogging of the
St. John's Woman's Guild at her life unless he voluntarily resigns oils planting machines, and to facilitate BARGAINS

;home, 200 Bryan street, last Monday expelled for non-payment" of dues. prompt germination of the seed. i KISSIMMEE'S BEST MARKET .

afternoon. More than thirty ladies or other causes. Prompt germination of the seed before :
were in attendance. Considerable AND CO.OPPERATOR" the drying of the surface of the 107 Broadway Phone 117
business was transacted and a delightful "COLLABORATOR" soil has been recognized as desirablein I SATURDAY

social hour followed. of Mrs.the DEFINED a that it aids in securing a more complete I 10 Ibs Sugar _________ ___79c I I
Arthur Donegan is president Secretary of agriculture; Wliilpce stand.! Lack of a full stand is
Guild. has issued a statement defining the one of the rerious and general factorsin .10 Ibs Fancy Honduras. Rice 79c -- -- --- -- - --- - -

two words "collaborator" and co-oper restricting the production of cotton 10 Ibs Blue Rose Rice_____59r! The variety of sugar cane known as Bundles of old paper are for sale

The Ladies Aid Society of the ator" as used in the department for and is especially serious in Texas and 10 pkps I'andma Washing S.:; C. twelve-fourths, produced by the at the office of The Gazette; to<-.

Christian church will again sell short purposes of appointment and refer- in the irrigated valleys of Arizona Powders ___ _________ ___39c! ,
and hot I Federal agricultural experiment station Better get them while there is a stock.
cake with whipped cream, ence. A collaborator is to be known as and California.
coffee, Saturday, beginning at 11 a. a person carried on the rolls of the de- Chemical drlinting with strong sulphuric I No. 2 can English: l'ens1fR- in the Virgin lsllV iIs. is considered l- Call at once; they'll never be cheaper.

m., at the old Central drug store partment under formal appointment, acid! has also l been advised with No. 2 can Sugai Coin------lie very promising. Recent reports i

room. They will also sell home-made usually receiving a nominal compensation the probable advantage of disinfecting 8 oz Glass Jelley______ ____lOc to the United States department of
coke at this time. The Christian En- while a co-operator is a person the seed as well as removing the 6 rolls Blue Ribbun Toilet agriculture frt>m a nluntation in Porto KISSIMMEE PLUMBING

deavor will sell homemade'candy.. or organization performing some fuzz, but no safe and practical proc- Paper __________________23c Rico to which cuttings were sent
fudge, divinity, seafoam. etc. useful I Service( fort the d(fpartme.nt, ess of chemically delinting large 3 Rolls Waldorf Toilet Paper for testing say that the original two SHOP

CASINO THEATRE HAS permitting his or its premises to be quantities of peed has been developed.The ____________ _____ ___23c and one have half been acres extended planted to to this 200( variety foi- '
used by department, or furtheringthe use of gaseous hydrochloric acid
ANEW' SECRETARY work of the department in any avoids most serious difficulties, however : 3 cans 45c High Grade the present year. Several of the
substantial and useful way. but receiving of the sulphuric acid treatrrent. I Coffee, for cnly________$1.00 fields are estimated to yield 60 tons of Nothing.Too Big r
I
Richard Johnson has arrived in no salo.ryof\ any kind and not Exposure of the dry seed ta: hydrochloric -i 2 cans Eagle Brand Milk__.45c cane per acre, which, wjth the average Nothing Too Small

Klssimmee from LaCrosse, Wisconsin carried en the appointment rolls. acid disintegrates the lint BO Large cans Tripe _________25c: rucrose and purity of the juice,
I I fhiuld l give nearly 11 ton of 98 degrees -
to become book-keeper and secretary there is no need of the wetting, washing -
of the Casino theatre He will Such Charming Old People and drying of the seed that were WE APPRECIATE YOUR sugar per acre. The original
also act as chief 'operator. Small furnished house required for the serious difficulties of the sulphuric II TRADE I field is now giving-'a' fourth ratoon All Work Guaranteed ;

Manager'.C. 1C.' Jordan announce the winter by quiet, elderly, married acid treatment. 1 crop that averages 20 tons of cane To Be Satisfactory
and careful ten- acre. A profitable fourth ratoon
the arrival'of'ft new Motiograph De couple; clean very per .
Luxe projecting'machine! at the Ca. ants: no children or other destructiveor 'Advertising is of no more Importance 6 BROADWAY .f KISSIMMEE I crop has never before been producedon
:
sino of the old ma- dirty animals.;-Ad in a London to a merchant/ than. gasoline chines.V to I replace one" rM Ito an fcatomobile. :'/ .. -. Broadway, : Telephone a
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Editor..r____.........Fred Lupfer ATHLETICS the way over to the hotel I
Assistant Editor..Alberta: Bronson tame time we're giving .i.
Last Friday evening the basketball others a big laugh. One

Reporter court at Tarpon .Springs was the was so dumb he tried
,
Editor j jAasistaf Twelfth GradeLewis Campbell scene oftwo lively games, between "! dime to tip the dumb, ( ; j

Eleventh Grade_:___ _--_. .Slue winn 1 the boy s' and girls teams of Osceola I have been from the 'I ) ,
Tenth" Gradcui! ____ Kimbroujrh Oliver High School and those of Tarpon .": .j

Ninth Grade___________Evelyn Elam Springs. The girls' game-came hrsV 1. 1'\\EGnUC QN !' \
THEtime Music .Department Oena Snodjrrass and was very closely contested, both, -- 1.1,
S .:.:..._ "hides, taking I turns nt scoring. The ?| The Sophomores 'arethe ! ,

game ended Avith Tarpon having a1 ly of pupils, for Mr. *
The Good sportsmanship speaks m ire cite: poi-nt lend on Kissimmce) the"pore that the tenth gi lade
publielmee for H rt-hool than anything-; llIe. \V- in bette order thaI
blinjr I 11 I to 12.T1e j| kept .
theha are judged by the kind l of cpjctsmanshij boys' Il'am1'1' not so evenly! j| That, of course, i is due to 'Doort Front and Rear
show.
we 11 does not show Roodpoitsmanship
"
mulched I, und the bit Sophe 11101'1'11.
game was a onesided. i t
cur at > to try to Jnttle the opposing K isni ii nice took the lead l from I II The Sophomores arc : .
hadaeob temn( ; t to htnionn: the refereebecauso the I I too. A ' I
beginning( ami kr-pt it throughout( photographer ( '
he givers a decision) in favorof t.11.FUJ}}('. Aftej- five minutr1' playing to (the j chool; and l took the i ( New-and Eagerly Accepted
I I
710 we, lie other side he
I II II I ( may bo deling
the different! I
Tarpon ralrcd "lime out" and rnn classes. i iI
they v Ina, best J know what he is
doing
8n )
Wehi Ih ; in 'five 11<'W nien, buf-1.J1uy failed l to .i iston taken of the Sophomores \
make unkind remarks
to about imli-
the h the KiMsirnItse1ioys.! The /game I in I the lat.( I Duet not that . I n Willys-Knight Coupe-Sedan,
idual wedo
these
pTtyOIS.Vhen ended, with Kisaiirmoc on the big end,) they arc th best' ) I ,: THIS
wac nzett.C t hitgsv( only show our ignoiaiuvf ] i iiii of a lI!> to r score. Kis in"I'' (" di- 1. ,school ? ) its beautiful steel body its inti-
the iruine!! ..our! :. own lack of coiii-
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finerwas good, Turpon Springs not The Sophomores too, ( |
high I tell '. own luck I for five and it
I
) our onwt'ilinir. j.ct's ' 'matcly comfortable seating $
inent in Htlilitics. .
with ot.l iIlg n single lie-Id goal. PaiL ) 1 ,
bepood losers well i
High nem, ; 1 h t'l show as ( VeI'tte ai froodin that w ,-< I Saturday night the fast St. P >t(>rs- and. do their 1 pail I toward doors front and rear, has won instant public
b'li'K t teams piovcd too strong forKisMmmee 'trumes, C' 'n Rlundini!,; I
It CUCC .
stand behind ( Hut in d.l-
cOin. 1 K
our > (
inlt't.t'/ be Mire not to foiuet' (the : tutu we lost both games, lline I veiling nnd,) ", favor. Its quiet powerful sleeve-valve motor .
we shone of : the gil'lV :31 t'1 I, :ansI the bay*' :'il 3 1 toJO. players.: '| .
principles .
Rood
of RpotK'iiaiish.p.Last .... This, game vas the; Kissimmei. i In Iitl'I'al'Vm 1. they I j actually improves with use.

:Monday morning-.-\.. Scott, boys' first game un a II JUl'. and the |: very r>romi"inirritvr.". ) ,) s... WMyi-Kntght advertisement< in Feb. Jrd Saturday, Kvfntng Pott
Baptist evangelist, and ;Mr, Elsey! ;''1100t h surface offered! u sharp COT- I i in the tenth griuT" 5 t ( I i

TH hinder, visited the' ,school nnd con- t tiast to the local day {court hut Kis- which contained t from on :t I TOURING 5-pi: t 112JS ( '(.Jt'I'I\.SIIJ-\N 1 5-pui. $IS" .

The ductej I the nioining cxoiciKeMr.( simnu't- was oulpl.ivt-d t-ve-n at its to two thousand<: wards., / I I TOURING 7-PI.- . US 'IIJ-\N I 7-p... .v. SIMS

Highlooking J Klft-v led, the singing, then Rev.' I 1..( st. The echo of the Btaitinir vvhis- ,, \\eie illustrated\ and ma1e KOADSTPR 3.p..,. . '$Il15 r.UlTR: spa... . . $I6S1EDAN

Scott gaven talk on "For( \Vh. Is I tIe I for i the gime: hail hardly elie-d out books. The covers! of I|I I S-pass. m . $l I95 frttet /I. .. *. *"*

school! Life." The school enjoyed the visit t l.cfcicKis.simn>cc> scoiod" II goal! but .show some \cy; p"ol1.i- 1! ,

thing of those two men and much good was ft i oin then on St. Petersburg took the ability. I II :

framed from! Kev. Scott's ta1h.Ve load. Hullock scored 1 all the pointsfor I Last< !but not! least the '

temptj uccesport !! only wish tliut more ,people would K'Hsimmcc, while Simpson and Biology lass) \vas the' | WILLY!

vitdt our school, unil. five us little Cliapman: played 11. gonil! : l defensive tlass that boa' ted of I

letic". talks that would help u.1l'C ... ,''g-an1(-. Although Kissimnu-J gills. \\ hat t the Sophomores latk .

ua no -------- I put up a stiff fight, the game! pioved they make up in quality] .
less eestabj :\ :;) DEPARTMEXT:' a walk-av\av on the part of St. IVtcrsburg. I thll'l' eheeikfor( the ) I

------ :. St. Petersburg showed the -the .smallest class in I !
What would wedo without t'io' ::
best, of KNIGHT
scpitsmanship ton in
any I
standjbigge t6 re Music Department of our High 'which Kissimmt-e has ever played.On I Good nt-aMnn ; .

School We lire sure all of us ditlikc- such trips as that taken by thc Mrs.! :Makinson\ : "Bob. .1
I
thIs V: very much to inarch up to chapel Osce-ola High School boys' and girls' something to do? I ., .. ) 'a.
without any music to keep basketball teams last Friday and Bob : ")'('s, ma'am." t ,

:learn'mean in all'>> step to.. And what would we do Saturday, there are always funny :Mrs. Makinson : "Then ,-r.; : .,

without someone to play the songr things that happen. Those making you do it ?" I
,
we sing; in chapel ? In literary society the trip were Mr. Canon, boy' conch; Bob: "I was just

someone" from the Music Department Miss MakinHon 2irl,,' coach; boys- you !looked up."

Toe helps out with the' program, Chapman, G. Bullock, Tyner" Harris, I
to defspirit I and often times in chapel on :Monday Simpson F. Lucas, Campbell girls- :Mrs. Makinson-"Robert

morning; special music is given by I Edith McLean, Mary Sanderson; you tell meof Roger! '
of the members of this I Robest Robert Bacon !
We it one depart Kutherine Mosc'lcy,: Elizabeth W.
LUI'I"ER I
& PRATHERIUSSIMMEE
ment. He was a brother of '
countthe Moseley, Vivian Flcyd, Mary Krit, ,
r) The Expression Department) !<11 Irene and con
Spence, Eunice Rivers.:
Sornif Stanford, acher-also "does its bit" In St. Petersburg/ few of the giil! I I I ___ :SPLATTER; FLORIDA
upor to help make our school better. All thought they would curl their hair I
Rus..JI-\lr.: CnR..n. I
2.1. of from us this enjoy department a reading entertain, and pupil us and be pretty in but alas! the curls! did I sneette: ? V-- ..... !:: =-u;; iI'r !".' L:": ..>ti -=- -: -q.2'!!: =Ii = ;:;.-.. ...... a:.. ?: a,
not
I stay the fair mnidens' hair. I
I I \lr. on-"Jcn.t know '' -
;3: often with interesting and humorous litre is another good, one: Coach '''what do think it is ? I ,

.. readings. Cason and the others thought they j[ Hu !<(.I1- "\\'('ll, is it a ()J-' .'UHUn.CTS Flat, ida, has iloublod! that of Ne-\v Jer- j (1.tRKiiEINIs: : TUB -

6. ------ would give the lc-llcview! Ilotel: at the lii' .iiit ?" I ,,'v, I the second sIll te. 1 In 1<'101'1<1:1, tbe' II LKACl; K: OF NA110XSI

"SPLATTER"The Clearwater "thie once over." But the ----- -,- -- - ( By Moses FoUom) Livingston, < (;;Iobl'. 01" .si'l-tioiis of I
other day in Latin class Miss Kate-keeper would not allow )Fordsin I' Aftethaving called Bob For the angler there !il< no t'Iosc.l I I th.it I variety, is most' )pnpulai t. I Washington. Jan., ::11. ( Capital News.
Wyckoff said, "Vivian, what means the! grounds,)! so Coach and a few | ft omit of tIlti and I in Flonda slt water fur game Service ) Beginning the work for

W. tooth ?" Vivian, pointing to her of tilt, otheiH proceeded to walk over sit in a chair with his l> h. Tarpon the acrobatic kinK of Pi, if. I Henry Ne-hrling: who foimerly -I which I",- re-iRiieil t a seat upon th.

head, said, "))ens.' ( Dense). to the hotel. Honk! the boy.s in the ('lass! :Mrx. :Makinson' : lure< mc-n anil womenh > like bad a triagnilice-nt: ('ull".t ion of huprcirebench of the United State*.

i Lewis O'lliyim's Studebaker! had gotten see (that you keep all four ,' /{ fishing to our waters in the S .tletji. 'Uins at Cot; him. in ) ',.Justice* John II. Clarke, of Younfrituvvn .
Orangeeoun
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"Algebra was the wife of Euclid." ( by the gate-keeper and wore on floor.. i 'tinds Ohio, addrenxcil the initial.
season. Every year I but,
I(I tj noat Naples in )Lee- county, I Iwhere 1 mee-ting of the-
(' and morc Osheinfcn fl'o'n t :ic he i is his Nonpartisan) Asoc.is.ton .
----- --- -- continuing vvoiU with ,
'" : for the
th the .tc-rn and W,1t I'll League of Nutlonn.I .
along c-a
and "beautiful ;
I tart'
BANANA GROWING IS low places located in otherwise hillyor I plants, says: I Justice! Clarke made .
NEW BUILDING PAYING rolling! country. I expect to see h the ,I(>niz'nll of our surrounding jttiirulMjint| 01naincntal for a greater icjrard for tt'e cx
GOOD MONEY OF BEST IN horticulture I-'loi' bIn i many tracts reclaimed\ in the manner" t dt''J>II. |Inval. The Lsting League of Nation*, rtitinr
--- and I siatf torinx a class by il. that
planted to bananas. Land whichis it hail brought
--- about
ann EuthusiastH For Thin Crop of Bi,: soTietimes considered waste land Student Activities Building k'I'I Persons not familmr i with coc3unut |] ii' It' There; ale1* many oppart itnu tmt'.t Mltlencit of "four ax a promising)peaceful

for I'ewsibiii'ies Will Meet During can bo made very valuable in this verx'ty. of Florida Will I may be surprihcd to Ic-ain that ,j i for the spe'cialist ; irre-.it porsibililiesalter prospects of war as I the worst
und Fair At Orlando: All Invited i manner. I the climate- and .ull) ate W'I.un/ enemy
TeSch Big :Need ThereA a rule they grow bent and twisted derstood. No of the( Icaguscould( have wiihd to
"Tha earnings from bananas can -- it is a sturdy in curves and ung-I I other state ui our Mc-e prov ided to test its useflneMs. and
The. mid-winter meeting of tho! IlI'opol$250,000 Y. : I 'j I great Union onVrs for the plant lover"
run high $600 to
4 as as $800 per acre but still green and waiving ita.j )jtower. the settlement, of the dispute
w1nI Florida Banana Growers' Associationwil on land which some people have considered and Student Activities in air, the: while it bears and and horticulturist HO many chances. I.between Finland and .Sweden
overtime
beheld in Orlando at the Sari soon be erected the Wonderful gardens have been .
useless for many other kinds on the net which i is food and created Aaland islands. the
eIe' ,Juan Hotel, Thursday February, of crops. The best varieties for University of Florida to for the natives of far trop. gardens as charming as they are I:I Poland and disagreement between -
Lithuania
the at 10 a. m. and 2, m., p. Florida are the Hart's Choice Caven religious islands. There is hardly a place just ;)j pute be-1 Ween and
c am 11 .> Mid-Winter Sub-Tropical Fair, In that !dish and tho Wartinnue of yello* university. Funds for South Florida where this fruit touched by the hand of the trained t I!land that l between Cetmany Poland.

the city. There will be a big free {program( Jamaica banana which is the common are now being raised palm will not grow and do gardener ill wide open." Alomst all ." Jugoslavia, and Alibania.

Idvc'.o of helpful speeches and practical discussions imported benana sold in frutrhops throughout the state. I In. addition to this vuiiety i lire the beautiful plants of northern i I Justice Clarke ,

; by the men who ut making and groceries' The Cavendish. The new building will I, numerous other kinds which huvc greenhouses, ami many thouvind standpoints of referred( to various

Th< banana-growing one of the /C"CI.t< I and Hart's Choice have a better" flavor cilities! which will make it ,' proved thoir beauty and irore, thrive he-ie- in open, uir." Piof. which public men, all of
Ju< tropical fruit" ndustries in Floiida.Among finest ago i N'ehrling "pointe-cl, he said, toward a belief -
and seem to he more hardy than buildings/ of its >ir worth. The loyal p.ilm i IS n WH- uperiiite-nde-iit "f tbe I| \ in
those on the w.Il;) l he United States. turks' of Mlluiiuke'e l a mi'taWorl'j war. lie quoted
Wis.
program/ { the important fruit. Bananas are being I cot 'Prt.-ldent. P. M. Shambarger.' of Pino : growh in commercial I quantities On the giound.' (floor t (' I .. the moFt bc-auliful of humlicd" ; northe-n and l southern conditions. lit'I,,itmn, I fix nnother IVishing< as urging pre-pisra.
Castle, Vica-prcsident Charles I... I I bowling alloys\ I is author of seve-ral war, Secretary Dea'>
in that large part of Florida south dressing varieties of pulms, an I Royal I'.tlrn hooks lid II''''by'
) 'Stokley of Mount Dora, find William shower" baths.' :| large contributor AK asking for a larger navy for
J ;Jof a line drawn across" the state from founded by the Fbi ida \Vom- to American und |I the uext .
E. Bolles, of Oldsmar. wh.> is sctse-I! Daytona through Ocala to Cedar Key. The main lobby will be ,. Federation is will worth .1 IUMH I loreign hOI l'ultural publication" war" Secretary Weeks fore
larger
Ii, tary-treasurer of the association. NrBolles mind i army for the next and the
j''I There are also successful plantings, equipped to j give the (' to .sec. It can be- easily -- II president war,
onge rays: I I'north of that line. of the IlOn1<'. Leading off ('( by automobile from Miami. Tlie! February is>uo of Good llousc- j I I of urging on congress thesuivey

The interest in bannm. 'growing, in i "The general public is invited to at- loom will he a giinu I is park i is a bud lea. r\ hI ion an'd.I kiepmg contains II letter fuini. a a plan to draft all. Amrrien's -
Flo: ida is increasing and! room, I resources for the next"
by leap. tend our mid-winter meeting in Orlando pailor, secretary's v beautiful southern birds! can In- 1'1orilla man whose initials | war.
upp-nr as Referring
ent bouhds. Reports from the groses! admission is free to alt, and inet Diccting room und I H is iclitPd| I that liurron G. ;iI A W. Ibut the post office is notriven. '! the trend to these idea ai showing .
} and nurseics indicate that the) Demand : -j studies where pastors of ( of thought of leaders, of
opportunity will be given to ask questions ;I ( r, the street cur uiKci tuinir, It Wlt s addressed to 111'> II. I'American
for youni plants h enormousDozens which will be answered denominations may meet W. WIle public life, Justice Clarke
by practical ,' of New York, has bought: n j ) who was told! th it the said : '
F of inquiries are cotnin-j: in for their faith right on the (''' : I .
( The dues for .writer had
growers. land
: membership ; acreage of in Lee v.uitty, | M sure cure for cancel. mid "If
plants to set out und On the Heeond floor I another war is inevitable
there with
new aerejiifcs, in the association (til- doctor "
are only of Fort :\Iy'r", on winch I tlic'v i aunt invited to comi- down. out tbe!
I expect the demand will out run the I one dollar to next October, and all auditorium for religious I a large grove of royal pulms and ''t'i. Florida and' hit in tigati* it. The lie-ague league, why not Join the
supply this year."I interested ble study rooms and ten I Any refuge, any experiment
parties ore requested to he plans to muke- park of H. I'.m..dy. hesajs, contuinx ,I '
a have received report" from Central send in their names and dues to the (0iparents whp find it (- St. Lucie Cunning Company nt I' but! IH ma. e fcc l11 ve-getable*no juices drugs of, even would be betted than to. push
Ameiica and the Went Indies, be on the in cast I blindly helplessly' forward
canipuH l-'lorida stupidly
secretary-treasurer immediately so ; ( and
recently r.hirp'diOOOf< () / pounds plants was discovered i I
by into the
e which prove that the ravages of plant that they" can be elected to membership of their sons or other i '(' grapefruit pulp to a wholesale' tho mother of u who hell of another wR.r."
i man works in
diseases there, where it is difficult to the Orlando The proposed students ''A
at meeting. The in Denver, Colo. The value of W. K.'s
orange- and he- j
giove
I
control the troubles building will be made says
11 have caused number of members has more than of bulk of canned licalthfulntMs wits ri-niarluible. cuie-s I had be-en
I ctfectcd
hundreds of thousands of dollar.-, doubled since stories high, built! to ,
the last I'
meeting. i't.
( No doubt a large part ,f this In leply I Ilie doctor! said, I that
architecture ,
damages to banana plantation On < of the other
I --- -' .. ,
was ma'lefrom nillH, that i at i IIn..o.11" killing IDD.OOl) .
) Amor
-------- buildings..
the other hand ou'r Florida - I
State I fruit with hi hi Mushes the ill'.1 I I u II"t.., .', H
Plant Boar I and the POINTS: FOil POULTKY.MENVISI'ALIZEI Under constitutional on or Y 'ar the brdili, r nf h.Ii'til'I ,>
nursery inspector I ..liih in nowise) injured, the I in"''icily .. 'i :
) I IN immed'-itelv mike
NEW FILMA : it
statea
his
and assistants have been f e- it not itppropiirtc/ '! ''knivvii
markably successful and efficient I the pioposed Y. :M.' (C. A. Ion and more i-verv' year thut if it was what it was'iliimed.
in
one-reel entitled.. : i is i into Flo'i"1, for'' \ 'ollid
keeping out these foreign diseases! by new film "MllkI actiwty I hul I.I I mi'g. The' coming I I it i he one (,f (Ii'i oust'
"
jog Poultry Pay Designed to at one time .del sit i 'I boons ever '
presentthe funds was cons 1 i'iven to humanity' A'
rigid inspection inuMt be raised
in Florida banana-growing regulations has 1 lo |
pr -- for the small --- i lib" vi III .
producer, has just been til th.' mi'bet). I of
The
percd under this plans for the making lee
expert state protco, I completed for the bureau of new I92'5;! sun ,dance, the : artilni tally
I tion. The results are that Florida hun animal have been approved! by the by Sim1- 1 anil! now I if a Flul'id, in in '

, a chance right now, on account of iidufctry, and is now released for distribution control of the state board c-'ine-s off :March 7, H and. Jl, at i, has a "-'l1ed', f Men of I the nio.l, I .
this rigid bv the United States Department tion, and in Heach. This i is an e-\'i'nt of un- frightful ,11'0'enses kirn, "- n to mankind I
inspection to take a prom- I rre heartily (' (
of agriculture. interc"4t to both tourMs I i hesho,ultI
the un publish infornint-on, '
] i
inent position the Univeisity Y. M. fin
C. A '
among great ba- I 1
of This pictuic stress'es the points that students and folks April,) 1, 'i and, 7, U!,.- and, v>, i Iuft-. -.1.-
nana-growing regions the world. leading j
the beginner in (' I Del/con) celebration.
poultry raising must coni"s off) i
"About throughout the'Rtatc'.
every 35,000,000 year from bunches distant are ports Imported I rbserve if he' is to hope for success. activities! building:, to be St. Augustine, and it will he a line, I /Rig Spring ( 'Irun-un I In illinois I We manufacture any size
Quality of stock, care in selectinieggs 't.iinmcnt.: On April II! u.ul 17 The following,
1 so it is evident it will he a long time convenient place on the ( : appe-ared in the- miscI l tombstone. and
before Florida will he able to supply for setting and in handling the it can be of greatest state association! of 110: i i-'t.< all i nire licc-n.se loliunn of St. Louis i Buy direct

the .entire demand! in the United I setting hen or the incubator, ventilation students, will 1 bo an ' I I't nt Orland) i during which tune', ''I''I'S|' Wednesday.: pit |{I'save agent's commission.
and situation in first! annual I Florida ; I I
providing tntc' lower
,
-
States Ji/fact, we have not yet succeeded quarters the uimersity plant, and, : n u< 'M.I I.ih.: :
for the hens, treatment of diseases and parade will come,, of[ and ',,, NoknmU. III
in filling all the requirements" t the board of control and i,i A | ,IIIM, .1)) Write us a line.
:Ni'KoiniH; ) ,
from and and the kind of rations to feed foregg bouid of education the in 'lic.mty! anything ever iivi"i' ))1 I III
outown state the neighbor- for ,
production, of the the Pacific coa.t. On :\( J..on1il<, Illinois,
are some phases Apiil )JS the [
the
ing states of Georgia and Alabama. pi ov :;ion that it shall I The
of the business covered." hortic Rural shade of I Hiawatha I
society mic'ts in LAKELAND
I have received number u''od for the AND
a of requests purpose for :, MARBLE
from fruit commission houses in the Being popular rather than technicalin dedicated. Kanie city for a week. This! 'socie I \wnkrncd, ( with its noise,
, treatment, "Making ) is the ol'lext They heard it in
large cities of eastern and northern Poultry } ay"should "Subject to the general public organization Gol otha.

states, asking when we will he able to be ojT value for use in communities regulations prescribed by the state. I For CRANITEWORKSQ
send them carloads and boatloads. where. poultry constitutes a side board of control and the - Raymond Bath will be
I ,
line T. Hatton, of Bartow in ad The
in husband
general farming, rather than of an j of Miss !
answer it will be education the Durdy.
,
just as soon as the proposed t '
on "Florida I He lovc-fl L.
where fowls Opportunities and his BLACKBURN
I
are raised vis-a-ris
people of Florida realize how on a commer- shall be used for social and Proprietor
many
\ thousands ial scale. The picture may be borrowed clored as follows: "I Though she may be
j of dollais cart be made by purposes, under the more wordy.
a toast to )Florida whose
for limited
;
periods from the past Lakeland
I growing bananas on tracts of land the trustees of the Y. M. in history Florida
and lie
\ ., which could not be used for many department of agriculture, or copies the University of Florida, a " i i.* full of romance; whose I I Less traveled in a path lja

I other kinds of crops Low lands, may be bought at the cost of print of which shall be and whose future worthy is achieve I' For lucky than his birdie, =
ing. one of the she
muck lands, pine flat woods and low faculty of the university." opportunity for Florida 'I But obtained a Bathe,
whose h
., las
hammock I got
Just the Durdy.
are thing, provided That' '
the is
Hell of It name Fortuna, the goddcs ;
t i i't In Harem J.
be My T.
they can drained enough or The golfer had just landed in hades. "The latest hit Plenty, and holds in her hand a : -- ROAN'ContrlbUhd.. afu ul
ridged song .
up enough to keep the banana He was shown the golf links-beau. Arkansas Legionnaire extended to a world eager '

i> plants frontbeing drowned out. tiful green siretchei. away to the far tan of is 'by ignorant Of her measureless pos It aIn't the
i. "It doe not seem-to be* generally Turkey : :If I I guns nor armament ,
horjxons. He .
was taken to the club sand Wives Nor the funds
known xth t' to Give, I'd that
many'yet tracts can be house we can pay,
and.
.shown clubs But
cold and "
,. !, ;''drained by:'drilling*.a-Tw>l. t'tVenty.h to take the best lie made his selec told All All to You'. carlot shipment of tomittoea 'That it's make close cooperation I Rc11ee U w1g1 I
thatwe can: add is
us win
or fifty ) a the
feeXwithaweHdrillinc the day.
,
putfitand leading
"
f tions ndh shipping "
'
, ; Nathan .Hal .
f" ,, ... __, thereby: ,provide a downward : I nhipnwiU for individual
. ., "There 1917 wet4 .DiKING's
are-no ftf\ balls ben said ,- Nor th
.t.::7 p;'jC tal'lli But
the ;
wet 'epella.Thia.is .. ,bell wife t. ? [
;... ,r peeUU/ true,c of I-at.: PtUwbw, TIiIs 'a. American legion COUDclIlot.1 I 4,601 candor &920. 4IHI cars; Of fvery boolD\n'! }IfOf''V". -

,. '. >>.' ...... 4 //1 1921, ,774 _V'r', In each year //1 SooJ, .-t-eIectetj5!,.". .:, .I//..

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.. -- TUB R1SSIMMEE VALLEY GA E1TE.. FRIDAY FEBRUARY. 1923 SEVEN C
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.> + > ;> * . + . > + <' nolle ther.o'r b. publllned' I In Valley -
CITRUS SHIPMENTS SHOW
Oa..tte.. a nawapaper printed In
-aald
Legal Advertisements .dl.trlct. and that all ,1 known: creditor. BIG INCREASE TillS YEAR I ii
: | and other
peraona-ln Internet
may appear -
at the said lima and place and Business Maneg'oi'tj.' E. Stewart, Bruises-strains i -
+ . . >> > > >> > < > show cause, If any they have, why the Jr., of the Florida: Citrus Exchange.

:'Iio'rulc UK MA SIKH'S: ALi b prayer. Kranted.of 1 the said petitioner should. not .' has .given out the following ittntenient Ti.' Apply Sloan's.The: blood circulates 1's'
,
And It U further .with reference to the citrus
ordered l by tho
In tli.. Circuit Court ot th" Seven.ti'nth 'court, that th. clerk hall a."d., by I crop and movement: for this season freely nnd normally againThe PaInful I ,/, /
Judicial Circuit" of the Rtnta of mall to all known creditor*, conic* of is cond.tions; have developed th-js far .
Klorlda, In and for Olfrt'Oola'> County 1.1 aid petition and this order addr.-.*i.-d congestion!: is broken up ,
Chancery: N..U'e h. Cola joined l>ylior to them at their place of residence a* this season. '
litmband. C. J" CUClS. ComplaJiiniit' ate...... Groves; In Fine Condition all soreness! disappears '
,'C4'IUN J. ,V. Ooodmun. et a I. Iteupondnt WITNESS The Honorable n.''it. Cull, Flcrda gloves are in a Jiatls"nctory TURKISH
.. : Foreclosure Notion U h.rcbyulvon JudtVe of the aald court and the, a >n very I ; VIRGINIAS
that pMmunnt to n flnnl' docrcu; t".oot. at Jacksonville. In sOld dintrlct. condition' end are not sufferIng BURLEY Sloan's Liniment fciX
..ntarcd In this caune on the lit day' of on thC hid day ot: I ..b.. A. I>. 1V23. for rain. There Is' very little ,-
VVIiruiiry, A. I). III!:'. I hall afTnp f Jr EDWIN K. WILLIAMS. blcom apparent nt this time whch: is -Idlls I .
1.10. nnd l .ell at pulille outer/Tor enlll hand to tho hljth.at bidder V-lt
n at tlo
'
front door of tho Court Houna tn XI.) n- _. I: February ii our most dangerous: -
ilranico, Onreola Coun MIT> tim IOKH! houii ur 11111... on, thll Blh.Ifty --: d'caticn' that tho trees will not be in : I
.of March A. .I). I'.iJS th) foltowlnic la .four of the CouB<; .'u.I&... OnceolajCouvlr full bloom
H'.'. of Kli until after the severe frost
properly nltuate In >rlda. .
IVHorll.rd Oncnln
1.e . .
. . .
'ounty. lrloilda. to.wit: In re. KHtnta of pericd is paused. --- --- - -- -- - "- ----
Tin /South half eR'io1 *of Lot (Six JAMKH 1) KISHKR.! DKCISAfSKO The 'trcsj sic hold'n-: their fruit 'i
\61) nf Illock "12" of Itoliort Tin**' To all Creditors LtHHtc HHtrlliutccB I snleiHidly) and although dropping ...
rome 0
and all 1'ernaim hay ,
Adilllloit to 1)10 Town of Klmlrtlmfo lag 'let me or
nty, Klvrldn ,, official\ I'l.'il of Maid Addition dulv' You 'an.' each of >'ou. lire hi-reby notified irua natuic and the fruit on the riT
tiled nnd ri-cordcil I It I.firm ihiii&ino < 811d reijulrid! tu I.r..nl an\ tiers \in in excellent condition.: A
1..01 in* 1'ii tt'ii vnyc'd to the aRid J. \\*. Ooodtnnn.m.I either" of you may/ I hiive itKalnat thvI'Vtato 'urge!: amount of this fruit bst'i or- yuiuhilirniiiulinisiiiiHil: :,:, ii, I -
I ISlIn\ Hc-11. noodinun. hy J. M. of Jnme. I U. Flo her. dvcviim d. anjrva and grapefruit, ia late blo! :>nt. .
WllUon. Jr., and ,,,lte. Minnie M.Wlllxon. Inte of KlHalmmee. 'eola County. and! has n splendid appearance and -
March Will 1 121. liv: War- Florida to the un.lorKlxiii-.l l Kxecutolof quality. Thit will the .
shipping
runty l P.I H<''Corrt.-. 'In Deed Hook Knld eel lite, within two >Urtia" from piolonf-{; I ERADICATION OFLYNCHING
<9. ('am1 ii1i In the ofdce of this the date. hereof. I teuKon for Florida, riving prob- Dayb'd
ri*rii"....f (Mrcult Couit of UMceolaiounty. Until' I'cl. Kill. A I It. 1123. 'bly the longest season the state hat! SEENOnefourth I y .
Klorlda 1c, which. refcrntn 8-t.t.* JAM1CS M. VVII.LSON! e\er had. aa shipments stalled eaily' I .

.* III herein made. Kpld' lot.1ynn .. K\i-cutor.--.. -.- 'In Soptembt':*, and! :will likely l : continue Aft Many Victims Now.As
\ and bclnwr In th<& Kouth ant ;
Quarter of the North, ..", juarti-r '4OIIVllip MIItth. l.i-: of Hi-ctlon 12.. T iwiinhii :ZZ:;; Houlh -- the first of July. ] Also| : Shown Hopeful Trend \
III
\11 I-: : (
HI'II"It. -n notli-e that '
:3V lOimt
KniiKu :
Vuiicus ,
statements have lie.n
given 1
KW.I8 F. DAVIS.An I 1\(111 lit thc next MoHxI.'ii of the l.culH- tt
Hpi.Tlnl, Mauler In Clian<-pr.'y.KUIMIIS liituro' of the. Ktate of rioilda. IIMI.IV fort out rpxaidi-iir the amount( of fruit Tlmt, the lynching CIvil if. sti.ie'ilv: '
At STKHII.< Ii.' luiHHatre of a hew 'pi nhll.lthiK. I IIOKH kft |in tlitstate.. From $lie:t informn"op -- 'I. beiiigcduced, beth us to nu.libers ,
..llrltom for t'omixlulnant. 8-31: mom runntnir, at lai,',/,- ,In < IMC.M.IH i ('....11. nhtnlnMili is I
it : 0
Iv. .piovldlnu. .I ; for i lni|>ouiulln t ij of Cii liih..tsi *, \probably safe -' and! iU'l'U. und th.it its eiadic-H'on, !! i" III'. arl
- -
and to say thnt approximately, :50;( percent mutter of is the sub-I ,
>OTK't-: DI.' Sl'Fl-liM"" : Mll.K Balith.ifi.f and iiiikI.gi : only a yejus : j"
..- -- .\\-,114-I' of aiitd hi (cn rvirxiMHllilf.. fin. any of ( ho flop" has be'ii moved.LaiK >1 ytflni-e( of I a statement given out I by tin -
I In tin1 Clrruli foil it nf the Hi-vcn- damaircM. .CHUH.-I li) h,>n ii runnlriv I at :: ; .. nuinbern of rcfrigeintor, <'arhnte '' the iommijMon on Intel'metal Co-op :X nest

Florida I .tilth l .Judll'llli I In mid I Circuit fur < .Mn nf>olii thi County' Stilt t *, III<>f inn linure)ii.. "A"'"-"copy at my of ufili mild In 1".Or,1 tin ll.mki.i{ ] law, been i flemed l by the ruilion l!! at C t-nt.on, fifim\ its Atl.int'i: lu-a.t'lo.i'nr-' | 'f nndX

i hMiircrv T. N. I'liMk. Coini'lalnant I iiHci'i.Ia Count' ". Hullillnu. 1 Kl hs' limn '. ) potTic. n (li-*"itinatinnfor! !soiitheiii ft'IT, as the ictult of n cJ.reful, study : Chesp-:
\ ruH (liiltlU'li MintK. il nl. Kf>fij.'iijntn l..li hut. I'\T JiiI.NTON| , shi;p'P".*. Tl'e pr;:Fe-nl ciipplv' i i I 14 uf- of the 1 lyneliiii" I ('('orel: foi the P'lttfoil :\ J- cst

,' : Ftirerl.mui I".1.: I i'.* IM h..rol yuhen j_---. !----: thfit fjuiHiiant li 11 final d.I.rri-- frI, ; .11'' iiidionl'ons: ; lirethat 1 ihoii- that the men1!
pevioil slut
\KKKLY During !
CITRUS REVIEW /
i I.c..r",1 ( Januaiv. .\. I. I.inn! I Hhall\ ...fri.f..r -- - will be mi i tidi-fiiiali* simply\ l I to 't1 (I 1\1. points out 1. 1"H'hil1g. have dr.Miidin ( ... I ..:. like it better and better. It is the Quality
_.ifIf| and ....ll nt l'lil.llo ,,iItiI.%. foi ,.HNI| The weekly citrus leviexv hy F. L modntetin I riitua i i ino\cr ent l f-or. ( lie tot v-f..u" states, in as pint: n- ;
M hand to tinlil>th<-xt 'l.t.lil.-r nt II'' otthe li! 'i: Self Rising {flour that sells on quality and
jphued tishancOf *
I rout dm.r..f th> ('.iuri HOIIHI III Kllmnji S la'II)' us from the office < se.Ill.: I tlinty-fiie t i in n siiifj'e ytai I I lSf)2): ) ,
-*I e. "",'ro.l.. CoinilPloiUla.I 4 U rig -- Ameiicun Kruit Gro\\ct: says: I-hirliIH: (It CompartI I Milli I..ist is iti, in an nvoiagu; of two1 t von'llll" : merit Your grocer sells it. .
tli) ,k liuul lioiifN of ..,,10, on ttl.* Mli Orangex : )During the past week Scaxi: InI' ,- a veil; u hue-its in HUl!) 1 (,IlI ) \' '-'.
I i.yofMardi.. .V I I' I H23: I II... foil.," ua. the" Umund for oraiiKi-s hat been vciv I !i:!M'JJ)2 I :! \ !) !-r\: : <'ieis ''thnU-i-n, ;.t't.i bad. neliini-l ,*;'-, and ;in 3
'I..HrrlU d Nltnatu f I In < imM'olj.unt I : BUSH MILLING CO. Seymour Ind.
< ijiopfitx I
!)'. I'loi uii.t. t...Mil active, cppvciallv on gooi htockSlvpn t) "Ull// i5.f., 11.141 I 1 ::1liiH; :V,5IS! I I'.lZ'! only' ten. This indicates tli:it tI",:* ..J.. ,
Thf $OUt huivtmiaHi'l'. ..f th) .. 'i-ntH. cut of tII(' italo were (.rUII'f"it 7.l't:: $.10'( : l..2): : liiilut: !ti I lieint; Kttuluullv I p.i,,he-d I off < :. :..:..:..:..:.<.(H'-x.<":+Oo.o.yA>( )((
Siirlhonut; cjiL.il.i I (cl'.f :'1)0.1> 'heavy and pi/ jets were generally. I __ _ _ the i. up.'I .
Hr HtTllon T",vntll. '\ ,- < *:oI. Tow nKhlp highfr on fruit of jzonj <|1IIoht .. Trapl.irtff foil I "-:11, J 18/J74: :!.>.II<> ;.> ;:,7HXl 1he iKirnhei), <.f victi'iT-:, ,5,1.,.) bus

*"i-"Twonl 1) -.1.! .ht)'-Ih.I l2S:! )( 2.C"UI KHKI Containing h RaniiiTV --. HUction muikc'ts of the country, Trt'l I tottil I ch pnient of :.!:2ftO! ()( curj' !slc.ulilv. (luieiihoil, vt; !h slight v.. ia- -:.<..:..:..:..:. ) :..:..: <">':><**(OooCoo>Ooo I KoitN nt..M H. inor fir 10.nnKljMM I ixii-'t) on (goisl l Block '\ ('IC lower lisil t .. tihuiiiiy: fii-l i at ::1ill<\ ) lnvK ...i I h \lio-.s. fro n the high! inai'': of ".">"> inlHl2to .
I-'. I'A\'I-C.. in thn Private sale maikctn piiii i >. ail- ine ".oul,) I t 'F'nl] 7, :JO,0in! ( ( li' \<., t'-al : :;7111"" t your, tl-e latt-r I figl', !.-c .
An Hpictnl lie I $MMHter'r1.Ku ). In ("ltnnr. ixKlUIIliK I vuncd. tomcwhut or the pretvimjr I moved into "111 jot-. markets. Est i i.j being( only tibout !half the anninl :.\-- TorInsurance

$..lh'H.4 ore fur Coiiipliilnant$ f K-M wc.k. j muluiT tinHveiniye JWic'"- ice i\'<'il at t'iage! fur the fortyzti' pejoc.I'k''! \ .
{;ntl..fllit, : Grapefruit has &< I the conM-iv: /.(live f figure ol $2..11.() f. si. ''v.a', (OH.)! I In siititnt! it is pointed ;,
!ITI i: TO C'ltltIfl'iItS. I vuriied in piicv on th? l>it .t,}<'V.Ordinliry b. purkinif: : li. U''''. 111011114 the SUTI of out that there line b(' 'n a- nctJ'llz, de. I; Service

!'. ('.mrt ml tkr 4.....p .II..... ttmrrolm quality luis J ifiinunod "xtenTaiiK'inc $1. OO.OUiJ( nf I-,'\\- money I lirnu'rht I., 'n liSt in the* lynch-ng; habit in the
(.... --- >8: The market en tan- to tus ti'i I lyeni'm i ( cord! I lep: events. a decrease
all r..("radltorn.Rstate: of L.'ClIuf'R.Mnrtha .IXmrlbutt\. n..llC..r.To .rrrints has ailvuiu-t'.l lul lug the pantneck. 1 :rMarket\ OmdilionH of 27 portent from the forty year i Phone 222

and all I'oraona having, f lalnin or Thin variety hag l in now practically -J In sonic cBstein niHiketlumber" iHiiniin1! nverapeof iH; for the tame
llftmandrt against saul Kalatn clesni'J! up and nhipnu-nts will I l)2ict5 aie noted notv itliKtamlint tbeI t"l .stutt, -
ttnv"du. and ach' of d you.. are hereby. no Joe ,'Cry light from thin time f \'wurJ. j I I heavy Tio emirt Thel l".min: :I exvfiJs Tinhguiej fin 'CI lain ,tales he-re 3:

chums and und rqulr iluniandfl whfeh <-iit you any or Anything of Jl'OO'I l quality will sell |I I : the supply' in Hinall "i-/.e.. Auc ppce-ial efToits have been made<<1 to LUPFERS' INSURANCE AGENCY
either of you. I huvo: against lb.- for ecelelnt prices. |i, tion uricfi rouge Ii' urn ft 1.25: to r)11! cvib I'nchinr.tl't.: dt1i l paiticular-; : f
*.tate of . .th.a A. lelaer. doceaaed.lutn The movement of all' citrus fruit i, f or desir ll<> Ht-x-k. In be in
undernlKn nf Onreola Adnifnlatrator(Countv Klorlda.

( withIn. too. y ..nra from the date I haw been considerably h<'ai.T than ; ..J and pii'enip, cniiei', ow'g: : to public I sentiment i and law unite . - -. .
hereof 'luring? the preceding week. WcatrieonciUiunM : |iUlji. rln.jf1ltl: < foi t| >(etil1i I li.1 hi the ngpinyt it. For example, Alabama;
Oated. Ix.c.-mher lth A. n 1022.IIUOII hate A-ujt the firm g'no"! with) of
8. (IICIOKH. ( iviiiained jreuvrallv i ) tHa..el" are on R yearly aveiane eujht! lyneh1 -
AdminIstrator KlRalmmee. Klorldn. favorable in the northern market | 10lk, shtwing a l Ie",'('"* tenden-v.'1 injra for the forty years has cut. the
4-lt and *ma1l]| market have taken a very to }hcfcvv shipments! of Culifoiiii; Na- number to two. Tennexsee w.th' an

.. Uirjre amount of fruit at gatirfactor.prirtK. .>- vt'J'I of t )lio'.ev .!ualily. (Irapefiuit nvciage of !'Ix. hail but two last y.-nr.
See The Sensible
!NOTK'K 0. Fltl. IIS4IIMGIIn ': Signs
-- l'roviJed weather conilitnni'- j-ri-cI aie (easier in eeitain usa I "kets i IIn,1 l n total of only live in the last !;

the County Judm-'n ,'''Ul't of OM"p..l" I remain favoralile the co.nint: ; week, .1 *li.'re exei'-'ivi- iiuantitien havi he(' i i four years. Oklahoma and South Q .-:
t'ounty. Florida wood tli-nu.Tiil in anticipated from ni]: v.flerpd; this i i.. piuially true' in the s Carolina., each with an average of -at theMIDSTATE '

In |tf I lit.of--< :luirle \V.'aid.. sections. t U.I.I'I'n mniketM. The, we-Uern outlet -tour, had) but one each in 1922. LouiMima - s
.
ill' 'CfRflfllNotice California is shipping liberally -anil <. .>itluuc goml for J'rap'fl'uit. While' with an average of nm". has
In licrrby nlvi-n to all whom." the price on Califcrnii fruit havtsomowlii I It.... trM'le is pretty well HiipplieJ! in i cut the record to three Noitl.. Car- DECORATORS
It may ..01..1'.. HiHt on the Z'Mh lily' I. ttilvnncerl nl1' ..vtioii' the U'mand I S
of Marrh. A. I' 1U23. the u.n1tSIKeIruui j t 'uiinj-I ; the'I(>>: connuincr! d oliua, Virginia, Missouri and Kentueky Q
% apply to the lion T. I.. C.HIIII. 'jwetk. Navels'' from northern California .v> f'jin the market in a fuirlv good I earls averaging from two, to Next Newby Inn ,
Judge of the aboM rntltlud court "IItlnir 81<' practicnlly gone and! the latest ;I './nbtion., The tangu'ine mark is. five victiniH per year for forty :years .
Aa Judge of I'ruhnte.. at hl. office I estimate is that they have i'1 t."iiIJy paiiei. Ihpugh !tock i- finding past hud not a single one i in H)22.:!
County In the County at Klaalmme court .house Florida' of llnceolil for our southern California 22,000 cars of a ready sale at fancy pi'iee-4. It was pointed out that in several -- -- ------ -- --- --- -

final dlBchacjta I the cc- navels remaining t3 be shipped Siren Who, ) .thele I is a splendid dcmati-i for.' states special legislation has beenenacted "
lte of Charli'BV.. \ : J.Or':. ......, and are -very large,. and it l is estimated. exceptional: quality much of th" and found very helpful in .

our that final at thn account. aani tlnm an 'Wit:xi>cutora will present uf Ih" thnt the cntiie amount picl.eil would Ktoik, moving is light and J'utr".lIncl I {I curbing lynching, among the mObt elI I J /

said estate ami auk for .their approval. average t"" 'Ill V t percent 100s' and ,subject to heavy discount i I fuCtive measure's being u state conkttabulary. .
Dated ,January H, .\. I.. l :S3KOMT. !IrrB-erjtwtnty-five; oercent;: 120sf' thif-! :: Tho'geteral' tl'elinlr; is that roarket;{) : under the control of the

\V.V.NiAltl. II KUKTCIIEn.>. tv-itve )Percent 150-S; : twenty percent :jitions nre steadily improving, governor as in Alabama and Tennes- BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 4

,-.I""H.. ..t( the mist will and l<*.ta- i I 17is(; anil smnllor. The \IM''H-i hi.I ... t'' that Florida fruit will hung pood I ROD, and piovision for the removal of
I 1,1'nl, of ChailcH I \\' Wnrd, .1*,i1. ,ined I 'IK i.n -ncMnlv! wnnn in ("nlitoin.il .' 1 -_K fur tbe leinainiler% of the sealrliiiiln : officers who surrender' prisoners. to

. 6-'II I'i i.iter a nil the fiuit i- -till jr 0"- -.., fruit is now at its bet: mnliH, ilK in Alaba ma, Florida Kentuckv I' CONTRACTORS AND'BUILDERS

-- - -N<*"I'M H 'lit-I -IttCIUTOHSIn ;! ")(!;. Tin f. i>. Ii iiic| titionon t ..1'form.l .".!lin//! .|unlit). and juiee"' (content: aii'l South Carolina.: Thl'h(' two i
--- -.- : n. v-'n'. .'.lanuuiJl.: ( .\\'." '.' n- t .i. I .i-i 11. is: in diiecttiditraxt, to the"nl \uicuhiiris( eemsisttMtly; applied!, says WOOD, BRICK, STONE,
I curt ut ,.... 4 ....."y .In"..... OftrenlatouMly. lr-i: id)". SI ",::> |M'i- liux ; I lit)-, .'.2', i 'III s1Ii\ t'ili'flt. (California Navef-- the ('(>mmhslun I will I! make- I it p'>"sill<* STEEL STUCCO

Hnfe._.-if Klorlda. i iIn I K-Ci.': *:J7.; : !1"Oi( Sil'i.: : ; sir.11: . ,' running heavily to largeir.ex. lor nm state to letlu'-e! lynching:; toi X. 1 F. BASS JACK BASS
I KtitHt ..r <'l.4 ) _iJs' a Liiger' I peri-entap-e of Florida i I tin vanish itig point.
I ic
:
o.h \ l"ii vntt, HiMi-nmd Apple* me "till plentiful l :tndx!! . ,i.< is me ilium l.. iniull whicli i ii a i ------- :3.U: Royal Street 515 Sproultf Avenue
T. all '" ,..I1I"ri., L.-Kllli-en.' I III"I'lhul.l I l I i-i j janil i ..n idc'nhlt. infli-rmt' on 111- fi'.1.,.1.j ,., ('jlfc'" advantage t in meeting Cah-I i SCENE-Bcotle-g <|uaiters in Black I,
..
.
I li.'inanilM all, "IViminH..'".11.1 havtiitf mild Kfit.it i'liiiniK. t j mIII.I'I: :aq boxid.. :,ipilc-] in, c'.tfli] '>. : .i"iii I coin petition.IK Bottom. N.Ygri> hip-pocket vendor .
-
'You ami' a..1''i of! ; 'iii.. an. hi-rc-li*. n.. |I I HI! Ino'j"rstl' }li o- p.io's. Ki.tt. II neinl liUHiness ronditicn- hu,'<- s.tcdr"il"\ \the stove waiting for.
tltli'rt nnd t. 'iliti, .1 to |I'r. HI nt .an'InlinH -- |i l.iirielli'il. applex. 11) (' in n little rUii'ij- i.t '11 lepmted iiii|>io\iiiK : , nnd .1. ,,iiiudii'. ,wlilth >'ou... iiieither '1 ei position) The .J nlllllil V 1 n-poi.; I \\I.h! national mutters KIVIIIK; Enter le-veiiut' officer A'ldro'sesnegro
of '0". 'lna hay iiLenliiHt t -H-
> i
.flit. of Hirah .\. I I'rrvutt. d..c.I.I"I.! I Iof i showi J .*.72.000:! < Ucxi till in 'it or- I i.-.>iii;(... of being satisfactorily .din ; : GAZETTE "WAUT ADS" ARE WINNERSC.
.. OHiooItt "oiintv. Fin. iie. to the nn-i l uj. (', Hbodt o,,< -half) I 'd..rMli front dalu hii .- I
".q../ two Jotnu,1') iaia 24th' .\ I II. \t>2'i.f .of.Haled dude bar.relic I f. toel.. unr.H irgarding her loan husinG'-m is i "Have you got any liquor!" j
). P KTIIL1IIS7Kt -- -- i i expected to leceive an added impeIUH -' "I haven't got: any water." OOooo ,, ooo oo'ooo oocooooc"'o
KxecutolNOTICK nun SELECTION: : KSrAUMSIIED which will cutely be reflected in "(Ian you get some now ?" '
tho citrus markets. Collection have "I can't it." C. F. I'HIPPS J. II. PHIPPS
\ K(IH III.ICATION.. PRACTICE NOW IN: ORCHARDS I : j un-get .
Kerlal. No. 01S094Uepartment 1 been IIIlUsfll tory throughout tho entire I Liquor is producutl. Rcvenuer r
I The practice of propagating/ citru season and although there; have 1 speaks again: PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE

Office at 41 I lne of: .the> lll..Interior, Kla. Jan.. IT 20.R and 11.23. trees from parent treex that have a been Home flilurcs. they have been "Nig eJ', get your hat and coat." ...
NOTICH hereby given that Joe definite pel forma nee record of hign widely dispersed( and of little conse- I "Ic :you a officer ?" GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES
MaKKard. of Klualmme' Klorlda who. yields of desirable fruit is becoming quence. "I ain't no bootlegger." ( Exhibits
on December 30, 19)8) made homestead well established:! in California. as is The American people are bein"rapijly '1)/ldge/ ).
TIRES HARTFORD BATTERIES
Entry No. 011)094) for Lot I. Suction FISH -
14. Township 29 H, Ilant7 30 10':.. the practice of toj|1) working, with educated i to n more generaluse "Is that a star ?"
Tallahaae Meridian, has tiled notice buds selecte.l with similar care of of citrus fruits and are icalizine i "It skit no moon." C'. LOCATED IN SPIER'S BUILDING
of Intention to moko Three-year Proof trees in the gioves which are unproductive that it fits perfectly in the daily <:iet. "Is ;you jjwinc t' call the )p:>tiol ?"

Nl, before claim Clerk to the Circuit land (above Court, or which produce fruit of undesirable This advantage has been constantlyheld "I .in't (roinsr to call no hack""Is t PHONE 171 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

nt Klaalmmee. Florida on the 3rd day strains.; However the bu- l before the people by the advertising I gwine to jail ?" .
of March 123. reau of plant induntry. United States of the Florida Citrus Exchangeand : "You ain't going to church."
Claimant name .a witnesses: of .. - .. .
department agriculture has sister -
continued our co-operative mal ket- "Is you coin to start now ?
Klorlrtn
Mart Hunt. of Klimlmmee
It. J. Jnhna of KlBnlmmee. Florida. its investigational! and experiment'al lug: organization In California. "We ain't going to do nothing else." O. ooooo OOOtOOOOOOOOOtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'.
Jennie Knard.of Klainimer. Klorlda work with the individual tree- Canned GrapefruitThe (Exeunt niles).
WIllie N tt...... of KI. lmm..fo. Kloi'Id.ttnoirr. performance records of the
Washington canning of grapefruit promisesto True !!story sny the police illus.trating -
7-StX W. DAVIS Reglater.NOTICK Navel. Valencia and Ruby Blood become a new industry for the English as fho in spoken in USED CARS FOR SALEI
oianfre varieties', Lisbon Eureka and str.tc of Florida. Co-operative can- (certain exclusive Nashville circles.
TO rnKDITORM Villafranca lemons! Marsh grapefruitand rcries have been established ansi I the Contributed

I. t'.wrt eT t. t'tmtr .IIu..... Oaei'.nIaE..aty. Nancy tangoi-ines during the cal- pioduct has met with ready sale. Its have a number otJJsed Cars, which I will sell
Htate .f Kl.r'... endar year 1921. acceptance by the trade Is comparable HOME BREW
Several outstanding and important to the acceptance of the HawaIian cheap for cash, or on terms. ? Or will trade for real .
In re Estate of facts have been brought out clearly canned pineapple and a billliant Editor The Press: I want to thank

all Byron Credltora.A. Patten.UeHrateea/ DeceaaedTo Dlatrlhuteci during the past year in connectionwith future is undoubtedly possible for a you for the stand you are taking on estate. .
and all Persons having Clnlma or the Investigational! citrus progeny high class product. The fruit usedin prohibition. You are doing a won-
Demttnda. against laid Kstate performance record work. Buds canning is the off grade off sizes .t'erful work. Keep it up. See A. M. JONES
You. and each of you. are hereby notified taken from the normal branches of and misshapen\ stock that does not I I am sending a recipe to make
and required to present any
clalma and demand which you, or the parent tree where that tree has a mect ready sale when packed and home brew. You may publish it if & PRATHER GARAGE
,Ither: of you. may have :against the sporting branch or branches beariug shipped to the markets. you want. It will be refreshing and LUPFER .
estate of Myron' A. Patten deceaaed abnormal fruits or foliage produce California Crop Estimate will have no bad effect as other home
late of Ouceola Executrix County of Florida aald, eatali.to theunder.tgnod I i trees which have proven to be extremely California citrus authorities state brews have. -o oooooooo"oooooooOOO'O'04'O'OO"ooo'o'o'oo'o,

within two year from the date hereof. variable and. undesirable for that a re-estimate has been made as To Make Home Brew
Dated. Jan. 28th. A. !>. IMS. commercial propagation. Parent trees of January first indicating that they Chase a wild bull frog three miles.

ETHEL. F.Executrix.AMES.8ft. which have sporting branches as the will ship during the entire season of To the hops which must be gathered fr

result of bud variation have been 1922-23, approximately 67,919 car up add the following: Ten gallonsof

BANKRUPT*. PETITION FOR DI9CH found to be undesirable for propagation loads of oranges lemons and grape tan-bark one pint shellac and one YOUR OPPORTUNITY -
-%HGIO AND OHDRK OF* oven though the buds for propagation fruit. This shows an increase of 8- bar of home-made soap. Boll 36 .
.MUTICB THKHKON are taken from the normal 233 cars over the November estimate hours, then strain through an I. W. '
branches of such trees The variable 01 Acreage ripe for sub-dividing for groves or farm or homes, on IAt-
; which is attributed to-the growth W. sock to keep from working. Bot-
th. f Ikelatern 11.lt.
I. DI.,4.tC.srt. from Bridgeconnecting
Melbourne
K.r the ...tfcer. Olmtrtrt branches in the trees Indicate Inherent fruit on the trees caused by ideal tle and add one grasshopper to each lantic Ocean and Indian River. across. river
., m.H... instability. Buds taken from productive growing weather.' Indications are pint to give It a ""kick. ; Extensive development now going on ,near. this ,acreage.In ..'
arid normal trees bear fruit parcel. to auItfroiu 1 to 150 acre*. ..
that tbe Navel crop will run' extremely A MOTHER.-in Cleveland Press.
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.No. tN 1115.TIlE IM'"MATTER BANKRUPTCY... uniformly' d and without marked heavy to. 126s and. largetv' ,Not Some sub-divided and fully' improved, advancement sureflne.t. locmtlon
.. deviation from the normal type of : R .W. IaAbbtelatIonShe on East Coast. Demand now on for. this prnperty'rite
O.sr f Ba a, known !Uo.a since 1918 ,have such large slydor-
.. & ., ... 11\11 : : fruits attd" Thi frowned him and celled him phone or call for plat* '*. Get In on: ground eo .
!f. .It "'C4 T.'B& pt. follsffe. :. discorwry<< *ng s been'shipped from California. on ( , ., ,"ancl.pric : J
O UKla of "eb. HIS.njrv4lna 7a 4'
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MnftrmhMr irnUar Investigation .dlll'.oIntt "Mr.. ; -- -
lAw temperatures' reported"'from California -' *
/th. above.; th.il'.tltiofl na-m.4 Bankrvpt fol..DI.ob.rgSof ,. It laI -> preriiMu yearI' has' demonstrated haver resulted in'no'damage to eaao.e'thstsight. (f ta "fan) be Kr. I dlIf v Homes ,CompadbHi ; -

OKDERBD. By' the Court that a.arthg that, firth selection 'ofi"yparent ttCMfor'propagation1 date. .. .. '$o fat for spite .
". b. had upon MI. am* .on tho It .u essential that t'1!''' h f'.j. : 4' ... ,i. <.......pqt.._. t iifw :AUM .. *- -'wpsj| \ .

tii I .II.. .I"l.oqurt,&. at' ,&CksobYtll A. D. U.'.,tit b C14ss lor.. onjy thos ..tree '*htch prodnjce:.nnl.formly . . clD; .. .,,; 7ose; tn.,., b rZ.aJetiII .J'h". daalnflt': .' S'-'i&: '"'' : I'I.oJUDAI''t''''' ''' ' \ 't.1:..ttrt.I ... t.JsME J
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EIGHT .. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1923 ,'"

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VOLE 1 1(C THE DOLLAR lIMIT STORE :





Editor .

M.ia Announces the addition- of another well-known: line of High Grade Merchandise to their other I lines of


CADET HOSE for Women and will keep addingto
THE I quality. '. We now have the exclusive agency for ,

The it until We have the complete line for Women, Men and Children. Si In order to get the line advertised .


the mee publish ha V1* we offer for Saturday and Monday only, the $2.50 grade of Full Fushion Hose for $1.95 a 1


cur had at a pair. A We have the following colors in stock: Black, White, Brown, Sand, Buck, Nude and Grey.STORE'S.

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we shone on L G. W. PERSONS CO. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA.



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thing temp: I ( SOCIETY'S' REALMPICNIC ] I'NRKLI \lil.K: AM\ COSILY II \I.M:: I 'l ll.tN: (;()lOl! IN CONTKOI.l.lNG ( III;) OMMVTKI: \- --. :: IN t IHANCK': I' \V.\TKKMELON: ; :" DISEASES; GROWERS CERTIFIED

gucces Spa< ml 'investigation leuaidmg\ t ''i l ; BOLL_. \MKVII: : ." 'j o ",unto, lui'iie 4)1) iiinnst ri ut'onI ' "I am preparing; to plant !50 acres SWEET POTATO PLANTSAre

sport fletics. t ( f feet ivejiesx' of the \'al'loulal; \ii- one- ;i-.:;'iit-, I h. \e Lora!! .ipimiiiti-d' '' in Fiance ;''of watermelons this spring" and.I.
1'AKTY U8('" cm the market wen'made I""II\I\ '"HI1IIII1\!.' : the wiiwN is "f ntntnge t I.r t.i't'V' .. nig n il 1"111"11'1' ? Mini\ ? ui>"ki.iMiT !I want to know how 1 may treat theSCed you going to ship sweet potato
nol J ( ] AT ,i>!\ : \> I I""att\ (r m the fiRlri.irimt plants into the states of
us AU.UJATOU LAKE: by tile biological "111'f. theI'nitcel .,. I g wo .nt n .,nJ] "gill-i l'\\o du- before planting so as to avoid Mi..ll8lrrl
I the' I "ll weevil\ -:1\; + Diroilor and
lessestabj r : I' South Carolina this
States deiaitment] <'f agrie'iilIH.ie /: ,, ]I''i.u' !tii'i" -it,t "u in n }In--" h.nt In .'11 seiiMtnl having diseased fruit" an Alachuae'ounty
Amid\ the cheer from" two) ]largeitonires : ," Wiliin.ii} Ni- > i'll of l'It'L'IlI"'IM'I ' yeu want them to arrive at. destination
in e o-opeIuton with the ex 1"11-1meiit ] i 1 'n whuh lo inUodur, thr w.irk farmer asked of an official ofthe -
to re'' ; M hich lIt"'Plllunl'd( the' beauty 1 of Kim' id-i Kxperimeiit: Stat'oii' promptly, must with
,,,, comply
station of the North( Dakota Agra Ind i.i h :aaeiit i reyunslde! for, one | Florida Experiment Station re- you
etandbfgge "f the moss covered oak* on the ullurlll College and tho Bureau of 'T'lis' \ piohahly Itsti'\s a- many 01' .'11111lour t'uk1111' be t't'ntl}.. the regulations of those states.In .
fihorc nf Alligator Lake, Mr. an i 1lrs. ( thtfarmiT1 f ienda" it docs his en --jper-j order to do this it will be
Animal Industry of the depaitment.: -.I'I I I by un tlnsrtms' and ('ii a dis-i The info,mation was given him :and necessary
\' L. tarter entertained emii-s, he cmitinue."Inlets whichtulior
this 1 ; o a picnic I All the results obtained in connectionI 1 nut: imcM, I| for the benefit of the other wa- to have: .
in a oI I party Wednesday night. Originally j jpl.inmvi parasites, \ of file boll weevil adcstri.ved > many 1. The field inspected prior to digging
I I I these investigations i, and a large, Th I.I'mted States di pni tniont of | termelon growers of Florida the same
for l 10 the fire and this -
learnmean ot Tuesday, poslponcmentthe y neon for indications of the wilt
stem
percentage of reports from user, of .igrituiiu-o; ent thiei'\ nyrr; i'ntdtiveH information i.s given below, it being
t vas ncri'Hsury on account of I rain, than offsets! the few l boll weevils desiroyeil. disease.,
these products throughout the country ." ID II'! :!" to conduct demon-trillions' in that reeonmunded by Drs.O. F. Burger -
r and despite the somewhat coolerwtather ( indicate that such viruses arc generally : fund pie-er\ati which prevailed, most enjoyable In Florida it is said that the grt.t'
a -
of black rot of .
li; unreliable] and ut their best' with > "muchticces\ that the Frencl'people of the experiment Station andgiven sweet pitatoea.a.
to-d evening was spent. The .the cowl is out of all proportion to majority of weevils that live through 1: )> ' made further. iiiijuirif* into our I I in their own words : ; The beds inspected after the
guests: journeyed to the lake by automobile I the destruction of rats that \he thesinter ale those which hibeinalen hod and uiiesteil plants have sprouted.If .
nut\ iflfl..t
spiritWe may aeenmplished | mole help "III your seed before plant-
r rI where the Rood old picnic- !Spanish tue.Cleaning
muss) on utlnsh
If ) by their use.A P from our extension, force In 1921the : 1 itilt/ and avoid those several diseasesiealrard no disease is found, the following
wiener roast and l and lubliish in the fields
accompanimentswere I
count*! enjoyed.Two survey made doling the. year o>!' from( is pl"rhap" -! depa'tnu-nt' lent Ilia I'owt-11, of the j, on the ",'r,!. The spores fromone requirements, must be fulfilled:
: good genera
( conditions of rat infestation a measure a States The Heed bedded must 1 I.* the
I in -7 RelationService" for eight | diseased crop stick to the outer same
Some supplied the iKricultural but all thi
phonographs mu- ttandls nt
j jspo states east of the :Mississippi 1 showed : | month-\ \to direct u triixeling unit of coveting I of the seed. When these as were inspected in the fields and l
lIic for the road
dancing on paved leaning and l butnint that can be I
I that rats, and their depreciations, up woikfi-, hi'h miiile rerommendations banks of the state plant board inspectors.
: skirting the lake. Those who partook were lone will not perceptibly decrease the )\ seed ate planted the disease i in also
1. of Mr. and Mrs. Mailer's la problem common to all. The p"ob- lumber tf weevils living through th> throughout. \France regardingthe planted and will give trouble later .
2. were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis ]1'avis hospitality' ) Mr. tern is equally serious in the western winter. possibility> of introducing: a permanent when the plants come up. Anthrsono.e 1. Cull out all bruised and diseased

and Mr!. Sam Story Mr. and Mrs. ( states. :Many local campaigns have "Hy using the Fit,1 iidu method of f : piogram. of work, including one of the most troublesome dis- tubers before bedding.
4. H. C. Piano, Mr. and Mrs. John Cadet been waged against rats throughout weevil control, which was worked out ":"imu' I prudutit' activitiesimilar! ease.of the watermelon, is often"pn'atl 2. Disinfect all eeed in a solution
6. the' country, and the bu'eau has tu those included in I of bichloride of for ten min
Mr. and Mrs. Buttorff, Mr. and | responded by the State I'lant Board of F'lond.during .( ouituto exten- j in this way. mercury
i < to' innumerable far n plans of work utes. Use 1 ounce of bichloride to II t)
Mrs. Howard Anderson, Mr. and Mnj.Homes request* I 1122*: : and applying it pri>perthe !\ -H i I the amount of need you have
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George'information, for practical plans of organization Florida of upland cot to? Mil'mell, \ has just returned from Viand i put them in a solution of corrosive gallons of water.
grower
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I>nyson, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Makin.on and of effective methodsof can successfully bent the l hell weevil iM jiiil tup of even months the ex- sublimate ( bichloride of mercury) 3. If old frames are used, they
w. Mr. and Mrs. O. I D. Lester, Mrs. combatting these animals in Concerted no matter how many of them mav pen-is" of which were borne by theA |,for ret more than ten minutes. Remove must be disinfected with formalin ata
John Bronson, Mrs. Harrison; Misses 1 community efforts i iI 'UI\'I\'e the winter." I hr. Newell me iran ("committ for (Its' recontiuctwn : the seeel from the solution and strength of 1 pint to 30 gallons of
C I.uella Harrison, Roberta Bronson, I In Utah more than 12::>,00(1( people Full particulars concerning says this i/f devasted Fiance. Duringthis I[ wash. thoroughly in two or three water.

Virginia Smith; and Messrs. Elliot ,co-operateel in a state-wide rat cam- method may be bad free of charge by trip definite oiganizatiin was acconiplished I changes of clean, fresh water to remove 4. Seed to be bedded. In a site
and J. E, Gilbert and 1 Carlisle -i iron- rpaign, working largely through the addressing the State Plant Board or and general/ outline or'' the poison. The seed are now where no sweet potatoes have been
r son. (schoolsr- There were distributed 15- the Expel iment Station, both at work covering a periol j of three years I rea4y to plant and] should be planted grown or brdded.
000)! fat' mers' bulletins on rats, 25,000' Gainesville, and l asking: for the bulletin has been adopted. with assured financial within a few hours or the same day. 5. In the case of South Carolina
KISSIMMEE Goo: IS i-ire'ulars containing! specific instructions that has been prepared. on this support. "The corrosive sublimate solution manure from stock that has been fJon ;;
SECRETLY MARRIED on method of control: (li,000studentA subject. County agents ate preparedto Madame Ha bet Charton, an employ j,, ( 1 to 1,000)) is prepared by sweet. potato tubers or vines must
Miss Virginia Dann and Stanley' received special demonstrations combat the weeeils.More lee cf the French Ministry' of Agricul-I jl tablet ( which may be purchase not be used. In any event, the ma-
Curtis were quietly married Sunday, :37,000 nosters were made in the .ture. is now in charge of work I I from your local druggist) in I pint of nure must not be mixed with the toll
tend January 28, by Judge Comer. The schools, MO.OOO essays were written on than fourteen and a half mil. i which 'will be cairiej on in cooperation water. This amount is sufficient fora used for covering the seed.
Tersch marriage was kept a secret until the subject, 29,000 educational questionnaires lion dollais was the measure of Flor- with the representative of the I I quarter of a pound of seed. It must be remembered that the
Thursday. The bride is the daughter.! were circulated and 1- ida's farm and fruit crops increase in Ministry of Agriculture in ech de-I. not forget that this substance quarantine against shipments of
, win of Mr. and Mrs. John Dann, of Kissim- i| 250 pounds of barium carbonate were 1922 over 1921. tpartment. The prefect, representing ,is a deadly poison and should be kept sweet infested plants and tubers from
mee, and the groom is the only son { used in poisoned baits.Iowa carried f I the Department of the Interior, is also oat of .reach of children or animals" areas with the sweet potato
of Dr.;.and Mrs. C. H. Curtis, of Ohio. I Ion a similar campaign Great num.'I The production of peanuts in Japan, I' co-operating in the two counties -.- weevil |Is still in force. ,
Ij j i[ hers of rats were destroyed and many for 1923 is estimated at 10.000.000 kin or departments in which the work-has FLORID. NOT ALONE :A SUFFERER -, If the above conditions have been 'J
the 1iJ {buildings :were rat-proofed as a. rejsult. (13,228,000 Ibs.) The' exportable I I'surplus I been started: Part of the expenses complied with, certificates wit be li- ; ,
In
am some parts of the southwest cac- is estimated at 5,000,000 kin I I for FROM CITRUS CANKER '"
the '
the tus \i. fed to cattle after'the ] carrying on work will be met sued by the State Plant Board of
have been removed spines Feeding 1 I 1 (6,614,000 Ibs.) but 550,000 kin' ((727- {,: by local funds.. Madame I.. Devoage, With thousands of bearing tree Florida. If it Is desired to ship plant
glveIo by burning. The cut of lumber is decreasing in 540 Ibs.)) have already been exportedout who
was sent
under into
this succulent feed to jail a co-op4 ratrve : Mississippi, application for permit
1 dairy cows, eastern states; in practically every of this amount. It is estimated Flor-id I
the United agreement/ between the Americanromivittee paid a price for the citru.'IInl..f.'r must be made to the State Plant
ThJu ray States department of state west of the great! plains it is in- that 500 tons ((1,120.000 11.1 I of
unshelled and the
I French Board
Ministry of II that it has had. Hut it of Mississippi, Agricultural
caused decrease is
agriculture not
in the ,
a leasing the forest service of the ,
says and 2.0OO ((4.480.000) ( ( \H
tons ) ) >O) Agriiulture
to home .
study demonstration College Miss.
uione in this ,
butterfat |percentage' In the milk. So I I United States department of for .the most serious dis- Permits to make shipments -
ngriculture. 'hine
pf shelled ( and
peanuts na: wcik; in this country, will be: dis- a-e that has been into South Carolina
emje far it has been determined that It is ,! The principal source .f softwood peanut oil will }lie exported from Jap trict supervisor. ever known to ex-_ must besecured
not the lime nor the water that lumber for the entire nation an. It is estimated that the UnitedStates The, isl i I- repented( us being in all citrus-: from the State Crop Pest
hin causes the reduction. Other tests will I will soon have shifted to the west will take eighty of the1total .I \been chosen two young women who have producing states of America, except Commission, Cleiuson College, S. C
he made to find out i if possible the ; coast and the freight tnaid ponert ,, ,1 to be the first county I California and Arizona and in Aus- The State Plant Board of Florida
average co' hum
peanuts exported
.Jap ho"It'monstrallOn
Hon in Francs will place its
1 constituent that causes the reduction. by I the home builder that agents t-aliu. Straits Settlement, India, Cey'on inspectors at the disposal .
or manu- Strange \nwri..ahuul I have
been
1ge Magnesium: is the next element in the facturer will have advanced to a new far for go o given scholarships to study ('hina. Japan and the Phillip. of plant growers, in order thatInspections
I away a product etKilygrown in the state ..
cactus that will be investigated. (and higher level. colleges/ cf agricultuie of may be made, and will
in this jlm.t
country. Georgia all'1 luwa. These w'll / furnish .
__._ _ ._ _. . return tu women I is said that'n in countries further information upon request.
Fiance .
h early next prinK to w here Request for
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f fF fa fa fe frt ft "irin their work. types are grown', this disease i is lakinII'il' be made in ample time -in order that
UIIII 111111111I11111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 CluljH( culled, ] "Ruche- Fruncnises" or tell.! Authorities ararngements
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIIIIIII II in charge of canker may be made to detail .'f.:
= L._ "French Pechlves"will be organized eradication in South Africa are an inspector! for the work. Sweet po.. ,r'*j
a -= == among the women and /girls. Productive 'ducted/ as saying that f,9!! /groves in taro plant growers are urged to avail f
= activities will receive attention th'ct political division! have been infected themselves of the facilities offered bl\li.I\
--- -- first. The work must be of eccnoTHc and that more than twelve the Florida plant board "Certii !
-- value) to meet the needs of the people. thousand naval orange tree have been plant must be good plants. li l
Gardening/ dairying!, poultry: and beekeeping .destroyed since 1917. ht

Without in / will constitute the present I ( inning closer home, a value canker Approximately 16 "

Money the Bank : possible program on, with dairying as /much, both emphasis for the sake as thiitv inspector properties in Texas have reports that about' lumber goes Into crates percent and boxes of our according -

of been added to to the forest service of the .
encouraging<'atl'r of milk
/ use the!
The Bank With = i'in the the farm hcme( and for teaching state canker-infecte/l within the* last grove year of Canker that ture.United States The failure department of containers of agricul in -.
necessity of clean ,
rt You Are Subject to : ._.production._ .- and ham been in Louisiana for a long/ time : shipment results in enormuos annual
rti the 1 MANY' COMPLAINTS( AfiAINST{ : the latest reports art to the effect losses. New and valuable Information -
that
= at least
-- HOLES; six properties in on the causes of weakness and
-- I that stale are now "suffering from the how the requisite strength be
can secured
i Ability POVERTYand Many complaints ('IIn"rnindam/ blight! of this disease. It if said that with more economical use of
!, i age by moles in lawns" gardens. and in Mississippi canker has been found material has been obtained recently
FAILURE truck farms have received attention in groves every month since June of by the forest products laboratory at '
= = : from the }biological survey United 1922, except July and August 1922 !Madison, Wi eonson.
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Willingness States department of agriculture, that more canker was found there ". .
=== HARD TIMES ., | during the past year. Much: : of the during 1JJ22 than any year since 1917. --- \i

to Serve 'damage/ reported has been found to Even Georgia which does not touch( HELP
-- TOIL IN OLD AGE be due to mice following in the molerunways. the Gulf hat had citrus canker. a'tho' YOURSELF .
. This is in very limited ,
gem rally the ('aAewhere amounts.
== Your family is dependent on you. What sprouting )cram, vegetables, Nowhere has outbreaks of citrus GET WELL FASTF \
DEPOSITS INSURED ( and flower bulbs are being/ eaten. canker been met with such deter ;
are you dependent on ? Why not dependon = I Moles do real damage by lifting/ up mined organized and systematized resistance
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= your Bank Account. Our host of deposi- = | the soil into ridges, so that /grassesor HS in Florida. Within a few I you have been lit, and it seems
tors and ( other plants are killed by the months after its first; appearance here 811 tl i you never would get your
patrons do. Start saving today Z ( breaking or drying out of the roots. ( in 1 1912)), the State Plant Board had strength back, you need the wonderful -

. I This I is the more common type of in }been crtatH and was functioning. strengthening and rebuilding '.:
It will / qualities of
grow surprisingly, in the eastern states. In western The Florida Plant Board's method of Oude's Pepto-Mangan. ,,
.I' =:: : .. == Washington and Oregon and in eradication is being copied and followed It has helped thousands of Invalids #,."

WE northwestern California, moles in by other states and countries.( and ronvaJe. cel U to get back their ,
INVITE -
I
ee YOU TO DO BUSINESS connection with their burrowing ac - strength, put on finn flesh eat well,

= HERE. = tivities, alto pile up mounds of dirt and The first' farmer was the first man, sleep well, eel well and BE well!

which cover and destroy crop or forage ( all historic nobility rests on Your druggist baa Gude' Pepto- ',;
plants! and interfere with the session and use of lanii.-EmerBon. Mangan-liquid
use or tabJeta, as -
you prefer
= I. of harvesting ----- --- ,
machinery.
Practical
= It has ,
\ I long been
methods of control have been a rule on well- t
; = piled] to those sup managed dairy farms to milk and
complaining of
kind of damage through this feed the cows at the same hours every Glide's


w I,. .1 Bank of Osceola County I strations., published material, un correspondence I (demon thought production.day.to have Regularity:However.a beneficial was pYtw..effect->-ritnar always(-UN>on- Pepto-Maiigan ; ;{

carried
on
: 9I partment farm of by agriculture the United on States the /government de- -Tonic and Blood Enricher. { ,, '.

at
Deltsville, Md.
I = Lip cracked shown that cows of average produc-, have : .
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tion y
== //our === and ? milked at the same hours
9 A. M. sore every t'
to M.
3P, ... day produced but ,j 1 y '
I := slightly more milk )r '
'J. 4. : MENTHOLATUM and slightly less butterfat those Energetic! r!

; Ing milked waa at done( random at regular, providing] the feed- I -enjoy new lye. wit*: a ,


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