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 16, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01103
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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Fifty Ex-Service Men At. 1C: Plan Is Successful The Profitable Industry. Which. Senator Fletcher Wants Business And Professional ChamberOf"* Commerce; En

tend Reorganization Meet. City Will Build Booths Waned In Recent Years Tohopekaliga Apopku Women Use Cupid's Darts dorses Move For New

ing of W. T. Mqkinson Post For Growers' Products Is Being. Revived Lake Survey To Pierce The FutureNow i School Houses

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Enthusiasm and a rlp>roaring good The much talked of curb market,, Sheep raising in Osceola countywas Senator Duncan U. Flet her last too much work and too little' Yesterday's meeting of the Cham-
time were the predominant featureiif where housewives may purchase 'formerly on a much larger scale Friday introduced in the senate a bill! play ber of Commerce brought out 'several'interellting
the meeting Klsslmme ex-serv. fresh grown vegetables will open than during the past few years. Interest authorize and direct the secretary Made Jack a dull little boy discussions one of the
ice men Tuesday night at Fireman next Tuesday morning, on Darlington in this branch of live stock of war to cause a preliminary exam Too oft: sedate, and too little gay.. most Impbrtant of which was the ne-
hall. Specifically' there were eats, avenue, just off Broadway by the I raising seems to be on the incline recently ination and surey to be made from You brWig the cares that annoy. cessity for new school buildings. The

.pi-echca, wrestling matches, music, Bank of Osceola County and the old as is evidenced by the fact Lake Apopka to Lake Toho,' kall a. Away with business, bring. on the fun, emphasis was primarily on the need
near-music, boxing bouts, and busi State bank that people who have been experimenting This is one of several) surveys which For work the morrow will fm! for a new building for the primary
ness. The business was attended to Leo II. Wilson, .county agent, on a small scale are plan the senator hopes to have authorizedin So look ye out lest that which was grades, that beingthe subject first,
Iirst, then the pleasure. Or rather speaks of the matter in' the follow- ning to increase their flocks and new ''Florida before the adjournment of done brought up by J. Earle Lupfer.; who

the eats came first, closely followed ing words: "Kissimmee truck grow people are beginning to experiment congress on March 4, and i is of par To Jack, srfall happen to Jill. precipitated the discussion. Various "
lithe business, and then the other ers need a curb market Klssimmee Sam Story, of Saint Cloud, has ticuW' interest to central Florida. members followed him, each endorsing -
pleasures.! There's no use dwelling to assist them in selling their products probably been the most consistent Discussion in Kissimmee, since the The Business and Professional l the proposal to take steps toward
<>n the feed part of it, because those at a fair and just price. The sheep raiser in the county for the announcement of the introduction of Women's Club met last Tuesday at getting additional school buildings.
who weren't there missed it, and housewives of Kissimmee likewiseare longest period of time, while Dan the bill, has brought out a number of Newby Inn, and transacted business. Mrs. Willa' .Steed brought out the
those who were there wrapped them- In need of such a market. One Smith at NarcoosBee, and F. A. interesting and very important points Yes, honestly thev did. Read the attitude of the Parent-Teachers association -
-elves around all of It and its a thing can be maintained if they are willing Stroup on Kinh Lake have found the relative to the advisability of such a minutes and everything. Listened to which has been agitating the
of the past. But the rest lives on. to come down in the forenoon during industry profitable. L. A. Hamilton, survey, chief of which Is' the possibility committee's reports, and voted on the subject for same time.., The angle
For example, there was the speech the week to buy freab"4ft'getabll's, on the lake shore, is an enthusiastic of an inland waterway from Jack questions at hand. They accepted the from which that organization, .has approached -
of National Committeeman John Y. butter, eggs, p'oultry, and any ether booster for sheep, stating that he has sonville to Fort Myers, with a necessity resignation( of Mrs. Paul Stanley"aa the question was with reference -
Cheney, of Orlando. lie had been invited products the /growers have to sell. It made more money with them than in for canal digging of but ten or corresponding secretary and left the to a north Kissimmee and a
to attend and give the men assembled will result' not only in a saving to any other of his Florida enterprises. twelve miles I appointment of a successor to a future south Kissimmee building for the
an ear-full\! of what had been them, but it will\ be of great benefit Recently Mrs. A. E. Smith has become Senator Fletcher's bill is the resultof meeting to be called by the executive grade schools, it being pointed out
the during the interested, and is making preparations board. Other business fol that present was considerable -
going on in jUegion to the growers. ( several years' interest in the subject I ,
-omnolent period of the local Post "Kissimmec is certainly large to start a flock. County on the part of J. M. Willson, of lowed. Presto, change!I distance from the large
number of
And he did that thing lie went back enough to maintain a real live curb Agent Leo H. Wilson, and a number KJuimmee. A number of years ago, i Business was a thing of the past pupils living in the southern -
iwyond the period referred to and market. Look at Saint Cloud. A of old-time cattle and sheep men, express in'conversation with J. E. Moseley, I All day long had been business. The the section fact that of the the city, in addition to
traced the Legion from its inceptionto well established market there has their opinion that Osceola coun- whq was very well acquainted with I meeting had been business. Twai overcrowded. present quarters
the preeent, recalling memories and been doing business for several years. ty conditions are admirable for raising the country under consideration, Mr. time to play. They did. were of the of Howard Katz /
inspiring future action. lie told of Merchants of Kissimmee have expressed I wool. Mr. Wilson goes farther Willson asked his opinion as an expert i A ,month before they had' found spoke for the plan having a new
the last convention at New Orleans a desire to see the growers and nays there are very good profits engineer aM to how many miles : that playing had been beneficial. A building primary grades, another -
at lln it, that the residents of the county would 'before had Mother for the high school, and devote ,'
and prophecled of the next one establish a permanent curb market. of canal be necessary to opena month they played the
made his listeners makes should in for it far more than channel Goose. One of their number ing present high building
San Francisco. He They know'that if the grower go from Kissimmee to Lake : was to the needs of the seventh
anxious to attend the state convention good their business' will grow better they do. Pat Johnston is strong in Apopka. Mr. Moseley replied "Not I. dressed like Mother Goose. This time and ninth Ai
grades as a junior high
next June In Pensacola. each dsy. It seems to me that everything his opinion that more attention couldbe over ten or twelve miles!" they played Cupid. One of their number schooL Pat Johnston pointed out the
He re-read the preamble to the is set for this market. Let's paid to cheep raining with every Since that time Mr. Willson has i was chairman of the entertain- impracticability of the
constitution of the American Legion, prospect of good financial returns. been in communication with Apopka ment ccmmittee and she provided a school buildin.using. for the present
which he characterized as one of theworld's Early Tuesday morning, will see the !All agree that there is no reason why officials, and engineers, collecting da program in which nearly all of them high grades on account of the assemblehall primary
greatest pieces of literature beginning of the curb market. Nobooths Osceola county should not become a ta. A few months ago he broached : lost their hearts. It was a valentine being the third floor. Regardless i
which will go down In history with have been provided as yet and great sheep section, and view the increased the subject at a meeting of the board I party. of the different' suggestions
the Magna Charta. lie dwelt on the growers will have to sell their products interest of late with satisfac of governors of the Chamber of They all seem to be satisfied with as to the details of the new building 3'
ideals of service, to community, state, from their wagons or cars. tion. Some of those who know the Commerce, and later took the matter' their respective vocations, but they or buildings, there unanimity
and nation, for which the American Chairman J. M. Hansell of the street industry best point out that it is possible Up with Senator Fletcher, submittingmaps wanted to peer into the future. They of opinion that Kissimmee was a needs ad- t
Legion stands, and outlined accom- committee of the city council, saysthat in this section to get two fthearings of the proposed route, togetherwith invoked the aid of the little god of ditional housing for' heat schools. r.
plishments already made. lie citeda the city has made provision to a year, both of the wool. "crops" the data he had collected. The i the commodity which has various de- When Howard Katz told the members -
specific example of one instance build booths if they are neded and being readily marketable. adantagea of an inland waterway finitions. They borrowed his darts, that Osceola county if'free from
where the Florida Leglonaire! had that If the curb market is successful Strangely enough, just at the time through the center of the state, in and hurled them into the mystic school bond indebtedness it was g

brought publicity to this state. It was the booths will be forthcoming.MISS !. j the interest is being revived In 011- case of war, appealed to the senator, realms of prognostication. Unfoldedto music to the ears of all present. A ;+
'.. ceola the United States do- their became their future.
the result of the Florida citrus display county according: to Mr. Willson. present motion was passed that the chamber
and distribution which was made PERC1E OLIVER j>artment spec ia issuing. a Should the survey disclose that the Some were happy, some didn't believe on record as urging the county i
at the New Orleans convention., and GETS Hir.H COMPLIMENTJohn cries of articles telling the route is practicable and the waterway I their resultant karmus. According to Board go of education and the school
showed the Impression made oh the -- fVrmers the best methods of producing become an accomplished!' fact, information which has leaked out trustees of special school tax district L
"Red", Davis, writer and caring for market lamb I political and social honors await
delegates. As a direct result Floridahas sports boats may come from Jacksonille up No. 1, to take steps toward securing ,LH
had some mighty god publicity fcr the LakelanJ Star-Telegram, has These articles are a part of a publicity the St. Johns, into the Ocklawaha, I them. A well known basketball ref adequate school housing facil '
example of which was the cover the following to say about Miss Per- campaign to be carried on throughout through Lakes Griffin, Eustis, Dora eree will become a poetess, or a justice ,
of the American Legion Weekly for de Oliver, who refereed the girl's the east this sprin for the purpose Beauelair, Haynes Creek and Apcpka : of the peace. A real etUt bfok fH1'.other; interesting matter considered 1
January 12. Here was shown. a : game la.t Friday night at Lakeland: : of improving the general qual- canal to Lake Apopka, thence to I er will one dar sit in congress.; .A was the announcement by Pat i i
< writer would stand more bya ity of market lambs, with particular I postmaster shortly conduct religious -
youth and a maid sitting\ on a fence. ":* Taf Lake Tohopekaliga and Kisslmmee Johnston that at the coming session
Around them drifted the snow, to woman who had nerve, than a million regard to lambs shipped to the Jersey through the ten or twelve mile canal meetings.: Sad indeed is the of the legislature he would endeavorto F
which they were oblivious. Behind fans who had the same nerve. City lamb market, which market set and Lakes Johns, Black, Butler, Eureka fate of two dealers in literature have passed claw prohibiting the 4
Miss Portia Oliver, the Klrslmmee the price for other lamb market I ,' Robin and whom the mystic powers decree shall
them stood a huge! s.IItD."Spend Your : Bryan, numerous I running at large of hogs in Osecola .
Winter Jn .,Florida." thlch.jointty me".waa the best official ever seen throughout the country. The first of other small ones. From Lake Tohcpekallga become one a failure and the other a county this law to be similar to the. "1
with their conditions, portrayed the .on this coun-nd that Includes the these articles appears in this issue of down the Kissimmee river suffragette. Behold one who makes district law now operative., No opposition "
title of the picture"Eternal Spring.. I masculine as well as*the female acx. The Gazette on page three. Into Lake Okeechobee, and thence county warrants so successful In that; developed,. of course but some
Mr. Cheney congratulated. the local Miss Oliver called one foul on Lakeland Col. along the Caloosahatchee to Fort pursuit that she becomes a society members thought the chamber should!' ),
F. A. Lincoln of Sanford was
I and four on Kiaeimmee during would central queen. Reports are that one who has '
men upon their decision to reinvigorate looking after business matters in Myers complete a not only go on, record endorsing such ,,"
the William T. Makinson Post of jthe. entire game- -however, it was not Kissimmee yesterday. Florida waterway from Jacksonville. given water to the thirsty and lightto a measure but)should Include recommendations ,
the opinion because she only called one foul on them that dwell in Darkness shall cattle.
Kissimmee and expressed for so prohibiting ; ,
Lakeland that she is attributed with be disappointed In love. One forsooth -
material in taken in regard .
that there was ample No action was this
the city for a post of the best. being a "woman with nreve." OSGEOLA CLUBS ,WIN BAND DRAMA WILL in destined to become a man at yesterday's,meeting on,account of, 'i.t
W.. J. Stee, presiding. by virtue of Besides being qualified as' a com- hater, just who it was could not be the necessity for thorough'.dl.euaslonj
hia adjutant of the post petent official, she told Coach Mc. learned.' In fact, reports conflicted but'all the members were urged to I ,"',
job as post
which*was, called upon' a number of Quillan, and several hundred fans TAMPA BLUE RIBBONS: PLAY OTHER CITIESThespian regarding many' of' the delvers into be present at another meeting and
that not basket, the future. ,
around the court a thresh the'
the men present for their opinionsand c out fine points.
II. M. Katz,. Dn Geiger, Nathan would be shot from the foul line un. A prize was given for the most The chamber adopted resolutions of: ,t
Bryan, A. T. French and others spoke Iii the crowd kept from"'yellinar at' Six Blue Ribbons CapturedBy Group Of Kissim ; sentimental verse, and 'tis'said that appreciation of Senator Fletcher's ac-, ,
,the shooting basket. "Mac"called : the prize was won by one who has ;,
in favor of rejuvenation. In fact one a tion in introducing a bill to authorize
and Miss Smith's Women'sAnd mee Band Will Show At to observe the "
not so doing, and it was ,unanimouslynone Miss Oliver's hand once, ample opportunity a survey between Lakes Tohopekall- t
could be found with reasons for like a flash and said "Wlho are you?" Girls' H. D. ClubsThe Haines City March 1 season's' mushiest they were written ga and Apopka, and Instructed the''
decided to reorganize, dues were set, Her next move was to Inform the on postal cards. The winninggem secretary to write the other Florida,

and the following officers\ were unanimously Couch to keep his seat-aome say she :. women and girls of the home The desire of the Kissimmea Con- of poesy could not be begged, representative in congress to endeavor -i
was hot headed-maybe she is-but tolen, purloined, bribed, nor borrowed have this bill before adjournment
elected: demonstration clubs, organized and I cert Band to finish the regular sea- to passed X'
Commander H. Nelson Makinson if she la, it is in her life as a citizen' Miss Albina Smith I and the but rumor has it the masterpiece on March 4. ,
Post conducted by son, consequent need of more ,
I official disclosed that the little with bow
Vice Commander_.Dr. II. S. Geigor of Kissimmee. and not a. an home demonstration agent, brought funds, has resulted in larger plans god Next week's meeting, on Washing-:
Post Adjutant____..J. Nathan Bryan i in a basketball game. Again we em- back to Osceola county six first prizes for the dramatic section than were and arrow, or darts,, or whatever it ton'o birthday, will be addressed by
_____James C. Buckels phasise the fact that Miss Oliver is he uses, is a very poor shot, re- L. A. Hamilton on the subject of a
Finance Officer four seconds, a third and a fourth, originally contemplated. The western :
Sergeant At Arms-,._____Sam Story I proved her temperament, -which was i from the big South Florida Fair at comedy drama, which will be presented quiring' a target of plethoric suffi lake shore boulevard. Mr. Hamilton 9 9is
Chaplain-------lieu. M: B. Ayres of steel and gave to the fair minted Tampa last. week, while the club boys in the Casino theatre March 7, ciency. an engineer and has given considerable ><
III.torianAllison T. French cage fans of Lakeland the most efficient red a first and a second in the will be played in Saint Cloud sometime -'. Difference of opinion arose do upon his-a the subject, and has
Executive Committeemen: Roy refereed game ever seen here. show. this month and in Haines City vital subject having to with some ideas which can be
I I torical and in
chronological episodes
Graves, R-- Monroe Thomas, Joseph BOXING FANS INTERESTEDIN county had no county exhibit on Thursday evening, March first. the of affection. It seems 1 put into operation along with the
K. Johnston. Howard M. Kats, but entries for a county could The Saint Clout! date hag not been progress bulkhead work which the cIty' is now
TONIGHT'S BOUT I that there were jumbled together a
Walter' J. Nelson. be made by showing five entries in definitely set lit, the time of this in carrying forward. He has intimated ,
number letters various
Twenty men signed up at the meeting Jimmy Finley, of Louisville, who is :I anyone class. It was in this category writing, but the play wit be producedat Each of properly arranged groups.! that he would like the members to ;

with as many more to continue scheduled to meet: Young Ketch of'I that the first county prize for butter the G. A. R. ,hall in that city, un- vided group a word. The words in proper pro- accompany him after the meet.'ing ;
the wet-k. Those who its five the of the Mather's Club. Inspect work that he has done already ,
doing so during New Orleans in a ten-round bout( at was won by Osceola on en- der auspices order disclosed the history. Twas _
signed Tuesday and who then con- I I tries while the first individual prize on his own lake shore property.,
up I Lucerne theater in Orlando tonight, At Haines City "The Girl of The supposed to be the course of true
xtituted the William T. Makinson i lis one of the most popular( young I II I for butter also came to Klssimrns"1 on Flying ,X" will be given under the love. One group of letters was arranged -
Post No. 10, of the American legion, I boxers in the south and Promoter i iI' the entry of MrsIra Wetherbee.Mrs. joint auspices of the Haines: City i iWoman's to form both the words "let
. are: M. B. Ayres, Theodore Bowen. 'Jark Roes believes he wilt be greeted i C. L. Gross. was awarded the. Club and the KUaimniee ters" and "trestle." Context wan .

J. Nathan Bryan, Jas C. 'Ickle.*, I' by a capacity house. I second prize for butter. Concert Band. The play will he Been I .supposed to chew which was correct: F. E. Woodward, building contractor -
Hunter J. Dillard, Allison T. French, Finley is well known in .southern ( In addition to the county first, and at the school auditorium, wit; u fet-I Tho liiry's decision finally award H I who has been filling up vacant
Dr. II. S. Geiger, Roy C. Graves, boxing circles but his reputation is I first and second for individuals, in ture orchestra, and a free band concert i the wihner's laurels to the proprietor building sites in Kissimrree for the c

Glemont; King, 11. Nelson Makinson, no better than Ketehel's.why i- reputed I the butter entries, Osceola county got will precede the evening'1 fcntci-: I of a local hostelry on the word) "let past two years has started< fiv! more 1
Harry McGruder, Phil 1... Moore, Both first prize for cottage cheese, won by ainment. I "
to pack a wicked punch. tprs, wh'lf the one who contended bungalows/ during, the last ten diys.
Clyde II. Nelson, Walter J. Nelson, the 'I Mrs. F. A. Stroup; first for cream "The Girl of The X"
men are in great condition for Flying i* a for "trest'e" deals daily in letters This brings the number of residenceshe
W. Joe I'reVJStt, Sydney M. RiChard, match.In I'(I cheese, won by Mrs. D. A. Campbell; western drama in four acts, with tIe all the letters that come through the has. built in that time to twenty-
Don) L. Siever, W. T. Smith, W. J. addition to this feature there w'll ,' second on cottage cheese Mrs. C. L. atmosphere of the big cattle' mn'h'js mails.). The mi ta 'e was! orohablydue

Steed, and R. L. Tolar. Ibe i two eight pound bouts bv well I I'Cress; first, second and third for cl 'btfirls close to the Mexican border, and re- to another word, "siphs." The wort."trpst'o" .; four.He is now finishing ifp one) for II.
Guests of the evening from the Allied known pugilists and a free fo- all pine needle mats, won by the plte! with the characters necessary mi rht connote "bridge: amipThdiTB I I Clay Stanford on ROMe avenue and
ex-fiervice men were Captains fight which will feature the prelimin- ,I Shingle Creek home demonstration in tAles of the "Magazine Wost. Albert the b'ioW of siorhs-hut 1 this I another on Main street: between
Bob Grant and R. W. Meiklejon. immediately aries.VETFRkNS. I club: first for honey won by the Sutton i j" cast ns the hero nf the was in the courtship!' sf flre-alas! the Magnolia and Oranjre. wMe.' h, (s '
: following the election of .:....__.__ Uoyu' Bee Club: and second in the nlay with Mirs Lucv Lunfor the truth mav never be known. to sell. Ho has recently startedone
officers Captain Miekleion addressed MEMORIAL: i I strawberry special class, consisting leading lady. Bert Ainswortl, has The most accurate infoima'ioinvailiMe for Jim Miller at Orange and
the egionaires on "The European LIBRARY INTO INT Cl.Otin I I of preserves and jellies, won by Mrs. ample opportunity for his skill hs a was to th" effect that Mss' Brack streets, another for Vernon

Situation" I BE DEDICATED i I 1M. A. Holzman. comeilv actor in the lovable characterof Rhea Pherigo won tHe prize for poetic '- Poster on north Sproul avenue, and :;
The remainder of the evening was Prizes were won on all but one ex- "Splutt-r." If Walter GrifflH ob'litv. Mi-s Kathleen P.oarH.jn\ begin Tuesday the con"fuction twill
in various boxing and wrestling !- Tomorrow afternoon, February 17, hibit which the girls and women of he is
spent een: scowling probably re- for steady nerves playing marble, of one forA Guy Stroup in t"e rame
bouts, vocal, instrumental and nt three o'clock, will see the dedication the home demonstration clubs enter- learsfnfr his lines as the "bad r .an" and Mrs. Newbv for IIt"a!,hh''II't vicinity. lie is building anrthe- one
chin music. W. M. Tiller and Bill pf the Veterans' Memorial ed. A few entries were made in the Walter Bass' ponderos'ty' is capit'dtz-; cut the tangles H the course( which to sell, at Main and Orange streets, rand
King; put on a .good fast bout with btatVat Saint Cloud. A good Li-I poultry show by the boys cl-'hs, and ed in the chartcer of the of the genial rwm",on report says na'tr rum one for William Gallagher, at,
the doves, Francis Brown and Mon- gram of music and rpeakin Is Andie Starr won the blue ribbon for ranch owner, and Byron Ames bi.- smooth. i Bryan and Orlando.
roe Thomas wrestled, while Sydney ised. Judge/ Parkhill, of Tampa, will best Barred Plymouth Rock cncVe-el crmes fie business-like sheriff. Miss They say there were fine l'atsI I

RiChard, skipper of the dredge "Git- be the chief speaker. I in the boys club class while Irvin Anne Squires and Miss Margaret there too, carrying out the c,'or '
exhibited fancy This library is the result of years drew the first prize for the femine 't
inbetter. some Driggers Brunson plav other two schemes BUPp*>sd to n"edor 'finite von ,. .
stunts in jiu jitsu. Various other of endeavor on the part of the Saint Rhode Island Red pullet. roles. The drama is being produced: the fourteenth ofaintVate"ti' v's.Hay. I I PROGRAM I II
highly colored contests ensued. The Cloud Ladles' Improvement Club, andis >undrtr the dirp.&ion of Bert A in.- M'"s Louise Hess, of; Mother I
party finally broke up after setting now realized through donations GARDEN PARTY BY worth. loose; fame. w< Tuesday February 27, as the next from various G. A. R. nets throughout SAINT JOHN'S GUILD program ccmmittee.

meeting night. the country and the citizens. of of CITY AUTO TAGS HERE: Broadway Band Stand ;
Saint Cloud, through the effort St. John's Guild, of the Episcopal lion. Frank E. Jennings, sp..ke1'nf
SCOUT COURT OF DONORPOSTPONED W. G. King. The public is cordially church, will hold its garden party at REGISTER YOUR CAR the Florida house of representatives -

ONE WEEK invited to attend the dedication cere the home of Mrs. S. H. Bullock 212 in 1921, and who will according KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND i

monies. Clyde avenue, Tuesday. February 20, The new registration tags for your to report. bs a candidate fnr !governor -I Conductor
.The Court of 'Honor of *\.i n'a: Boy LAW CONFAB at 8:80: p. m. The public is cordially automobile arrived yesterday Let of Florida, w*. In- Klpslmm" I J. D. WOODBECK. 1
Scouts' which was to have been held TOMORROW Invited to attend. A-free will offer'ng December ordinance was adopted Saturday visiting Pat 'Johnston r II, .
iKiislmnife tonight., ,has bee, postponed r AT ORLANDO- will be taken for the benefit of the.parish reaulring the registration with the was returning from-the Tampa:foir( : March-Vanguard-of" Democracy -r .
:, all automobile operatedIn Mr. lives in .Jackoanville,: _. .:_ _._ .Kisg;
'probably until Friday'even"gVyebruary : A Aionferene will be held tom rrowaftet'Ooon home bulldinfe fund. city clerk of Jennings -- -- --- -- -P.o.erturePan01'tma --- tS
." lt' (Saturday) at .the courthouse the rtt,.. Penalty provided for and is very able'lawyer wfaem,many -*,.. Bamboos*fcAirerican
_' :. 28. ._' jjVyCBwi In Orlando to discuss the question . MOTh ER'S CLUB RECEPTION not registering.: There ia no re
J : !..'Snyder celebrated; "',tb; ,ap-: ;of .-option c* a ,"No Fe.,cL I f.e.All owner of autamibilesshould governor. .'- Czardas. Hungarian Melody,, Zlhvlxa'V' ..
ejr < memory tea- the Nil. Vala"Ort.tal -
and Moonlight on (
roach "the dea V for Oran -eountr.. On account There will ,he at register immediately get .
finish of .
", '.tbe:rArst jwt.'of!' ;'the week.seo-' bykWing'a ..>f"tr>" proximity to that county off the Chapter House Friday: 8:80 to ,,,their tags which must be conspicuously County Agent Leojl.. Wilsfnac-, ,: ) ?_-.-,;,__.-__.....-;.Ainswerth: :, ,
.. Florida eompanied Mrs.Wilson..', spent :Autumn nomanee..r. ..' MlaudCrero ,
,hundred '( people are nat- 5:80 p. m.. March 1. Everyon whose j I di.played.Brin. your by w .
flue eight ,point Jaeeola'eouDtr.loeal, matter and .name*has, been-recorded asa+ Wt.j tnotorvehkl; 'eert'ficate ..Issued by Tuesday\' -Wednesday 'at' K"nths van ;do'el Cw me".:. .;_';;..;.Toh.U ?
Interea ed'-in
and ; Lewtton.LV I
ou.r orally then
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Advertising is now regarded as a <0> <-
1ft science, and is taught as such in our <- '235 105 Park. Ave. *
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larger universities. The results are .
voul t ;" " .\; " OUa accumulating rapidly. The Watcher:
haa been browsing: through some of
,',,', :, the productions of the nimble ad. I"
Editor h . writers and has been\ filled with awe, B. DICK-ERSON ,
"') by some of their heaven-daring
Asi Uf, statements. In one advertisement CONTRACTOK AND

wan a picture of n highbrow chap I III \\...o with the dearest little inustar'nu imaginable IcU-laying Mint' I'luntvrlnir.
THE ll and he was reeling off a fine . 1
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Bre itnme/ / "' :Sgt: IIK U'KII.n.\ : : -
spiel about "reducing to music. The I
The fl fle flthe burden of his yawp was that all a
public Stuffy heads-irritated old family rornody. Don't fat person had to do to reduce him- (3. F. KR1BB8 W. J. STEED .. ...
the mee ha V hroatS-COUgh-ti chestslet' cold drag you down. Ask self to shapely proportions was to KRIBBS & STEED - r+ .ai- r.wL -
welcome the soolhfor I Dr KlnlC's New Discovery. at put some of Kin "reducing records"on
cur at ? victrola, turn the noise loose ..rlam .< Law "
1 dnt a Maud Purina
I What
bad) a log relief so quickly brought/: pmt cn sate for children as well and gyrate around the room until Ie.raeKlMt..M. FIerlda RepresentsMAUD '

ego btf by this dependable 50yeara grown-ups. his fat was gone. As a clincher he rBcrml rrmrttff !. all! Stair sea
no wajf cited the case of a lady who had lust t l'dl.d Htmtrm OHM PURINA Is the most famous mule character in ,
they vWe .
flesh his .
103 pounds of by following
method. ''p\T JOHNSTON Or--!'. llAUHKTT country. Most everybody know Maud. Maud Is

in the "I This was a pretty big statement ; an amusing mule. But her main intent in life la to represent *
was n
high zette Gazette "Want Ads" Do the Work F !fen i another' page where an enterprixj j' ATTORNEYSATLAWItlflees horses. Maud has shown thousands of horse and mule owners

with tl I ing linen nets, "New displayed Way to in Keep glaring Kit,"head-in I| : )10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank why dry tasteless oats, cJr.n.Jl1d hay do not produce the most

High ---.., which he explained that he had invented i Building.. I II energy and longest service from work animals
n ucctime :
y_ n a certain kind of gymnastics KISSIMMKK; FLORIDA It is-not the quantity you feed but the kind. Corn and oats

we eh called the "daily dozen," which is also -I I lack variety and make it necessary to send mules and hones to '
]H:i for mod to music and warranted .
one ofl BANQUETS AND DINNER to /jceep a person in prime health regardless -,.I Tclrbi>ncs Pfnoe, No. S3; R>sId II pasture, if they are expected to last long.
of lave," color, or previous! I| ..iu-o. No S1J.l . Purina O-Molene supplies the necessary variety to ke>p the
111 111TH PARTIES condition of his liver! The advertisement l| 100 B.00 I ,I and make them
.. Ilouix-: SO to 12.00: tn animals in good health _."
; docs not I state exactly what the II ''I T "
The I
With l I'' "daily dozen" means but the infti'ence '- DR. B. L. WILKERSON I i stronger. The choice'grains are put through (35;
lookin I I Ischoo is that they ale\ certain lice O' I ' a special process that makes them more ap-
movements set to mu-ir which he lles: rl.rI makes O-Molene
petizing. This process-also
thing t The new management of the Gruystone Hotel Dining Room of | warrants relieve one of hat tiled. I I nfil.. Ov rrThe ll \ 1I"all'I.r.! .>. I'I'I completely digestible. This, of course, ptj fl Amore
I fers unexcelled l service for Banquet and Private Dinner Pnrlicn. I j feeling and to cheer him up when I 1- ___ I o-MO v
tempt t 'everything has II deep blue tinge!: ...101 produces more results. And you use much ,
lIuct'e llportei A (rood! (supply of the best foods obtainable always on hand. make a f..llohlll'PY while paying' lntaxes. ," I less O-Molene than ordinary grains or "mixed IS ASS

l Auto License I l feed"
no ORDERS( i I Another Ilth1 ti"'IIH'lIt of startling: j Try a few bags and watch the excellent
C DINNERS SOLICITEDI import contained a picture of u young income Tux Returns or other accountant '
f'stabto jl jlless I I lady smearing mud all o\er her fairr work. I results.

re II jit annouiu-ed that wonderful bvuiiIty Roots. I'l I: State Bank Building I II ; Sold By
standbigge clay had been discovered in Wales '- I''
which, smeared on the face would' JESSIE D. KLEINMAN i
I make the skin like new, and a trial :; I- i I'' '' S
this Ii. HA Pr KOI..lcI.nt..r) HUM 12. M Vice I". SIMMONS. 1)A.. MOHRISON JH.. "jar would be !sent absolutely free to I I ---- i FLORIDA FEED STORES'
:Zar t I'rcaldcnt Sec. A Tro .. all inquirers) for $1.87. By thing( it DR. R. J. DENNING I
Beat Fertilizer .
Infectia'de Sprayer Poultry SnppBc nny young lady could be beautiful DENTIST I
Honest GowL Fair Prices Prompt Shipment get married and live happily ever af !
1 U A.k Your Neighbor-He Know terward. Of course she would feel! Over the Postofflce. i i
To GET all stuck up while the clay was on OFFICE nouns. II to 1.10; to 306 Broadway
to d BEFORE BUYING. her face; and when she washed it off Besidence Phone 174- 'I

E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. JaclttoavOh. I I and saw what a peachy complexionit Office Phone 151j
We ti' I gave her hhe would bi more stuck
countthe up than ever."Science TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
r I Finds a Way to Baninh I '
Som.po Gray Hair," is another screaming P. A. VANS AGNEW l'

,,headline that proceeds to tell about I Call Up No. 218TWOONEEIGHT
1. J. "" Tb.C>> m, PSC>> Q I a clear, colorless that is warranted ATTORN BT.XT-LAW :
I I to restore fated and hair OFFICESWinter
2.I. ( !gray I
; ''to its original color, lie: it red, black, Park. Florida t'I ( )
4.h.: Licensed or brown or blond it's all the name. I 't'I
6.IJ.. Star .".1 Chapl funeral Director I 1A black-haired Indian a red-headed i! '.
"onSttumrt i Irishman and a blond Swede can get }+444+44 I -
A Sicmrm, Sytnpmtkotic 5 rvicv Ie R."tI.r.tI i his own color hack and all three us .CoCo 4
Avenue All.Prntr*. I Tt'nSEll: MARBLE *:. GRAMTE *
W.imd. Kitimm High Grade i adver-tisements 14 CO.MI'AXY.) : TAMPA *
Ambulates Service !
at Call < ,,
makes one call for the camphor battle 4 I
ornce: 241 PHONES Heildcnce: 7S Co MONUMENTS:' : 45

., One of these tuneful liars who respect 4 ,
-, -- the truth with such reverence M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kiskimmee '/
that they seldom go near it seems to
haVe out classed even the others tOOOO'oooooooooooo o.oo / }

[t. 1IIIfi mentioned above. He begun by tell .
ing of some sort of breakfast food I :
mudv.. of "fliiffv.. flakyv Imlihle ...rain"1
then waxing more daring{ says:"It-is CITY
whole wheat steam exploded. Every
Te food cell is blasted so that distinction

i IlL i i. made easy and complete. Over 125 MEATJARKETFresh >I' .
, win million steam explosions are causedin IJ
1 every kernel!" Maybe go. Maybe BOYS:.... COME IN AND' GET ONE OF
I, food cell i Is ,
1 every blasted, and possi II
.at ,r( THE UNIVERSAL. CAR bly the young chap who wrote that Meat and OUR 1923 BASEBALL CATALOGUES.WE 4t
I JiI .
r '\ t ad. Is a blasted liar! .
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I All of the above' advertisementsshow :
the! ; rr f t t" VegetablesPhone HELP YOU OPEN THE SEA- -,
glv I' what gifted men our colleges
*!oi I \. ...... I are turning out. Their imaginations SON EARLY.
; arc limitless, their eloquence\ is irresistible.
Th \ .Jt.O 44 4
Ju.eoij. .' They could sell a suspension 11
r bridge to the Ladies Aid Society, /

tr or a telephone to a Mind man. __ ___ _! BALLS . . . . . . . . . . 25c to $2.00 ,t
JH n " " ,oo".A'
', !!'fOH\'C'O KXI'EItIMEXT:: : BATS . . . . . . . . . . . 40c to $2.25FIELDERS'

gon j GLOVES. . . $1.50 to $6.00
The Florida legislature of lHZl! created i

R I and appropriated money for 4heestahlixhrnent Real Estate! Agency. I| CATCHERS' MITTS. . . . $2.50 to
... ... .. .. $6.50 .
and maintenance of a m mm tt i"
'tobacco experiment station to be loicated Realty Bought and gold
at Gadsden
Quincy ,
b } 'such station to be a branch or county substation Houses rented. WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF 1.'

{ of the University of Florida! Taxe paid and Titles verified J
Fla I expel iment station ut Gaines iIle.I for non-reftidentf. i FISHING TACKLE
I In )less than two years the station
I building, costing approximately $13,- Fire. Life and Accident In- j NEAR DEPOT
f 000 without furnishings, has been surance.
j'' built; a residence specialist employed Indemnity Bonds. I
j' and started to work; considerable in- I
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veStigational! work done; and a 4H.I 0 +4..44N4e .1NfWBY ----------.
J _- page bulletin published and distributed

1 I to the growers. All this, it hasbeen ,tr
r j said is the result of the eo-op- ] a
,j eration on the part of growers who II rtn
I y i felt the need of an institution for ) Hands chapped?
the particular study of the I'ultuof W. B. Makinson
GenuineCommon tobacco. MENTHOLATUM Co.

j Public officials have expressed, the
f., I idea that thin effort of the growers. is heals quickly and
j Sense (I nothing less than an indication if the Jentlyi.
I I wholesome condition of the tobacco

If I[ industry of Gadsden county. While
i the industry there has grown and .
Many Ford owners can afford to own and oper- I flourished for
I many years on the .
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ate any car they may choose. but they prefer a I j strength of its financial returns -- - '- -- .
4 Ford "because it is a Ford." |, without much active assistance from
: state or national agricultural j jI i
speIcialists -
For "because it is a Ford" means dependability, I the growers feel 1 that there I
i is room for further development. As INN
ease of operation efficiency-and it means sure, I a matter of fact, the establishmentof !. .
quick transportation.And the tobacco station is regarded by I
; those in authority as a clear and.distinct .t.
"because it i is! a Ford" means good taste, statement of state and growers Hone For Tkose Away Froi None
pride of ownership and that the growing of tobacco in Florida :

genuine Common Sense. ;business is a<, substantial one deserving and protectionand important Attractively Decorated BUILDING FOR SALE I-i ,:
Sedan a closed car of distinction,beauty improvement.
I Weekly Rates '... '
and convenience, is the ideal all year 'round car, In the first publication of the new TEN BY '
for pleasure or business-for the farm, town or i station, W. B. Tisdale, assistant plant Pkoie 221 TWELVE FEET ,
pathologist names and describes the Excelled( Meals : :
\ ;," city. It gives you all that any car can give at a I i principal tobacco diseases which occurred TIN ROOF .. t
much lower cost for operation and maintenance. Gadsden! last af
'. t ;, county year ,
ana cxpiaineu now many of them can ------ '- -. .
;1 1J Ford Cars of all types are in great demand, so be controlled or prevent CEILED \ "
f r place your order ,at once if you wish to avoid "A survey of Gadsden county has NEID'S HEALING BATHS
i been made to determine the distribution r .
delay in delivery. WIRED -
I} of the different diseases and the .

relative importance of each," Dr. Tis Recommended for Rheumatism .mm- A
'': dale states in the opening: paragraphs 'all kinds of Skin Di*"M* and Stomach and ,
P ,1 M. C. AUTREYAuthorized 'of the new bulletin. He then add, Trouble. APPLY .. '
j' t "Some experiment)! work has been AT , .
L Dealer done and more is In progress." Also mineral water for
$ Persons interested in tobacco culture purposes.CHAS.. drinking 301 MAIN STREET /.:
Phone 165. ,Kissimmee, Florida may obtain a copy of this bulletin ... .' ,: ''''
by writiDA' .to the Experiment "
. Station Gainesville.' and' stating for NEID OwnerOrder ''V81X '
+ PFIe' Bulletin -"\"
166._ It is free. '
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0 .. .. . ..-. ._. ...000... ,PROPER -OF' LAMBS heep'nfrom, ,Injuring the latnbs::aqd .i' .

AMERINTELSEGION I 0 ." '* ""DURING GR6WINO PERIOIJA rVmrtht ewe a"'much:better chance.: 'I
J I << 0' INCOME TAX FACTS. VITAL MARKET FACTORFirst to "mother" her' iamb. i X pilut: : '
V As soon as the lamb is deliveredthe i I ISALES
Urges Contrearlonal -Committee On 000000000 0000000044 ( of a series : 'articles by the shepherd should cleanse the

","..terana"AAatnCharges I (Continued from last week.) United States Department ,of Agri phlegm from the lamb's mouth and ,
that, because there is no ,' The revenue act of 1921 provides culture.) nostrels. Some lambs when dropped
Committee on Veterans' Affairs, In .that an income tax return shall be The rapiddevelopment and profitable while apparently normal In every GOOD We have purchased 122,000 pairs U.
the House of Repreientatives, the gains of lambs depend largely li will fail to tart breathing but
tiled way
by every person, married or single S. Army Munson last shoes, sizes 5V4 ,
government is losing a, great deal of,i whose'gross income for the year upon their freedom from disease and often times their' breathing may be to 12, which was the entire surplus
money were made by Congressman 1022 was 5,000 or ,more. Broadly upon the nourishment they get during started by _blowing into their, mouth CIGARETTESGENUINE stock of one of the largest U. S. Government
Hamilton Fish of New York, a member -"! speaking, gross income includes all : the first few months of their and nostrils. shoe contractors r
of the American Legion at a recent .1 income received by the taxpayer durIng lives according to the United IIdepartment The first few hours of, the limb's

hearing when the annual ap. the year :from salary or wages, of agriculture Both disease life is the most critical period This shoe is guaranteed pne hundred
propriations for the, United States., or from "business, trade, profession and,lack of proper nourishment, through ,which it passes. In cold percent solid leather, color dark tan
Veterans Bureau were being,discussMr. or vocation," dealing in ,property,or If continued for a number of days or 'weather, care is required to preventthe bellows tongue( dirt and waterproof.The .
ec1. ] weeks, tends to stunt the ani. new'' born lamb from .chilling Incase
the''transaction of any business carried I young actual value of this shoe is $6.00.
Fish ttated.that congress is I on for profit., Net income, upon mals. An, animal once thoroughly a lamb becomes slightly chilled: Owing to this tremendous buy we can
not devoting enough attention. to the, I which the tax is assessed, Is gross Income stunted, requires a long time for, re. It may usudlly be revived by 'wrap offer same to" the; public at ,$2.95
affairs of' exservicemen and that a less certain specified deductions covery. In'fact, four months, whichIs ping in dry cloths or by being"placed "

sub-committee gave only,two' days'.hearing ) for business expenses, losses, bad usually a desirable age at whichto near a warm fire for a"short time. "BULL"DURHAM Send correct size. Pay postman on
to the -veterans' bureau, I I debts taxes,> contributions which spends approximately $500000,000 ,- Among the most important items not sufficient for the animal to recuperate necessary to immerse the lamb for shoes are not as represented we" will I
a year, more money than is in the returns of many taxpayers are and develop into a choice two: or three minutes in water which l cheerfully refund your money ,
expended by the war or navy depart- the deductions for business expenses. market lamb, say the department III as hot as the hand can bear:after TOBACCOthe .promptly upon request.
ment. I I In the case of a storekeeper, they include specialists. Lambs, therefore, should] which it should be wiped as dry as'
The American Legion is urgingthe I a reasonable allowance ,for salaries not only be properly nourished but possible, wrapped in dry cloths and :
creation of a committee on vet- paid employees amounts spent must also be kept free from the various placed in a warm room for a short fourth day'th ewe ay-be fed 1 :
erans' affairs because it believes that i for advertising, premiums for insurance ailments of young lambs if the time. an amonut of grain equal to that NATIONAL BAY STATE SHOE CO. ,
it ''is. the only effective way in -whichto I' against fire or other business greatest amount of money l is to be Lambs which are unable to stand which she was receiving before lamb ,
obtain adequate consideration of losses, the cost of water light heat realized from them at market time. and suckle and those which have been ing, and later on it is usually advisable -I '
ex-service legislation, according to and fuel used in his place of business, Lambs from well fed ewes which chilled should be helped to secure a to feed considerable grain, 'one 296 Broadway, New York If. Y.After :
John Thomag Taylor, vicechairmanof drayage and freight bills. are properly cared for have few troubles fill of milk an soon as possible. Aft. or: two pounds per head per day, to
the Legion's national legislative* i A professional man, doctor or law- or diseases. There are, however er they have suckled two or three ewes which are milking heavily, and ,
committee. I| yer, may claim as deductions the cost several ailments which sometimes times and become thoroughly dry and which are on dry feed.- . ,

Georgia led all other departments of of supplies used in the practice of his appear among lambs! which if not warm they will\ stand considerable' +

the American Legion in membership I profession expenses paid in the op- given attention at the proper time harduhip. 1 I W. C. T. U. NOTES I I Every Meal
eration and repair of an automobile may: cause considerable Ions or affect If individual pens are used for the I ,
the end of January according +
renewals at -
to Legion national headquarters I used in making professional calls, their early development and hence ewe and lamb and the eweR are in Open Reception at Hart Memorial H
in. Indianapolis. Other loading dues to professional societies, sub- their market value and profit.Some good condition so that they have lufficient Probably the oldest organization of
set'iptions to professional journals of thq infectious diseases of milk for their offspring very women in Kisuimmee, barring those
in relative order follow: :
departments Idaho Iowa, South Dakota Delaware office rent, and the cost of fuel light, lambs, such ai joint ill and others few of the lambs wil! be disowned. fraternal, is the W. C. T. U. Whetherfew WMGLEYS
Illinois Indiana Kansas, Ne. heat and water used in his office, andthe may cause quite serious IOSKCH. Som:' Young ewes with their first lamb and or many the names on its en-
thoi in condition Rive the most
braaka and Utah. hire of assistants. of these diseases do not respond rap- poor rollment, there endures the same .
The-farmer may deduct all amounts idly .to treatment but they can be I'trouble in disowning their lambs. In abiding basic principle "For God and .. ,
An offer of $25,000 and a natural paid in the production harvestingand prevented by proper sanitary condi; 'aKe a ewe refuses to own her lamb Home and Native Land." -
of labor tions.. Clean, well bedded and well it often helps to draw some of the Chew your food
park and farm of 388 acres near Independence marketing crops, Including; andover Last Friday night this organization
the cost of seed and fertilizer ventilated quartern fthoulJ' be milk and rub it upon her nose I Me- 'useWRIGLEY'S
has been made to purchased : JHO- received its friends at the Hart well, then
Kansas department of the American coat of minor repairs of farm vided for the ewe! and lambs in order the Iamb. If who has lost her morial, offered them a short musical
Legion by Daniel Danby, an oil man buildings (other than the dwelling, to prevent these di"easos. Sore lamb she may be induced to adopt program, a pleasant hour of social to
.f Montgomery county. The offer war which U personal expense) and cost eyes or a sore mouth often develop, Home drowned! one or a twin lamb converse and refreshments as cosmopolitan aid digestion.It .
for the purpose of founding a home of small tools used up in the course .particularly if the flock I ii kept III by taking thekin from her own -if we may thus use the wordas "
for the orphans of veterans of the of a year or two. Kent paid for a unsanitary quarters or if they are lamb and fastening it over the one _- the audience. also, keepsthe
World war. The land is valued at farm also is an allowable deduction. exposed te rainy weather and the to be ndopted. For the program presided over by teeth clean
25000. Deduction of personal or living expenses udder and flanks of the ewe becomewet The owes should l be given all the Mrs M. E. Turner, the following was
A citizens' committee at Independence : such as rent paid for a dwellIng and dirty. In case of sore eyes water they want immediately after given: breath 8we'el.appeUle ,
has offered Us co-opcrjktion in obtaining hire of domestic servants, education ,among the lambs the eye should be lambing and care should be taken to Invocation-Dr. W. II. Dresch. keen.
a fund to erect the first build of children, etc., is expressly] cleaned each day until cured cut down on 'their feed, particularly Reading-"When Pat Went a Courting -
ing. The proposed orphanage wouldbe disallowed by the revenue act. b percent solution of boric acid or a rrain, for the first few days. After Carol Makinson. The A-rlc.-

made up of cottages, rather than I In making out his income tax for 16 percent solution of argyrol. If the ,- -,- Vocal solo-"A Child's Prayer" ,....,
one Urge building, with the idea of the year 1922 the taxpayer is required lambe are troubled with sore mouthall Floanna Burrows.
making. it a home, rather than an to include all item of gross! ) the scab and diseased 'tissues . Reading1-"Jerus Has' a Job For , w
"In.tftutlon." j income. In case of a storekeeper the should be Rcraped: away and the sore Me," II. J. Nave.
Mr. Danby's gift is a memorial to gross income consists usually of the! Ctrrerod with sheep' dip or carbolatedva Vocal solo-"Bend Low, 0 Dusky
bis two sons who died of influenza I,gross profits on sales together with lD& Night," Mm. Susie Spier Smedal.
after they had completed their overseas income from other sources. The returns Constipation\ IK one of the most Mrs. U. J. Burrows accompaniedon 6n.ills ,
war service with Ue 36th divis must dhow the gross sales, purchases common aliments of young lamb.- piano the soloists.
ion. Both were members of Independence ., and cost' of goods sold. To Thin may be remedied by giving ono Tea was served which had been .a
post of the American! Le- : reflect net income correctly, and to or two cunces of castor or linseed. SANITARY DAIRYCO'SMILK& sent Mrs. Clark from Brazil, South
Cleft. 'ascertain gross income, inventories oil.White ICE CREAM America. Sandwiches, which con- s
are ordinallv required as of the beginning scours IH another infectious! tained vension, sent from Colorado,
Laziest EKUblUb. B.y Scout and end of each taxable disease ef lambs which may become' and home-made cookies made savory . -
crap year. The professional man, doctor, quite serious and affect large numbers repast,ytvhile greetings were being
National headquarters of the lawyer, dentist must include all fees of the lambs where the flock is given/by visitors from ,various states.
American Legion is pavsing along an and other compensation for professional kept ia unsanitary quarters. Lamba A shtort tribute was given to Minim/ S. B. AULTMAN :
idea fer community service that has services. and their dams so affected should betaken Francs* E. Willard the anniversaryof ,
come in from Provo Utah. The Legion -!I The farmer in required to report as from the flock Il N'd.; isQtated. whose death is February 17. It
post of that community is es- gross Income all profits derived from Sod Iambs should be ''given two tei- J M IS14t scarcely seems true that September '
tabli.hing'one of the finest summer the sale or, exchange of farm products I spoonfuls of castor oil which should' 2M, 1922! marked the 83d year since [
camp in America for the use of the crops and live stork, followed for several days by daily Miss Willard's birth-young, vigorous REAL ESTATE :
Boy Scouts of the state neaaraAspen I whether raise on the farm or purchased -' of one-half teaoponful of H..ili- grand in every conception: she f
A ten acre plot of land and resold. A farmer who dole aeM.Lamb still i IR our inspiring leader.In and \
in Provo Canyon will be utilii- the "
Grove rents his farm on crop sharing her autobiography
ed within the ahadow of two moun- basis must report such Income for Profit influenced by Tare of of Fifty Years 'line says, "I received
tams, Timpanogas and Roylance. the years in which the crop are Flock Daring Lambing two letters today, one from Rev. Dr. FIRE INSURANCE ,
This land ;was given to the Boy sold Profit obtained from the eltale The lambing season i ill a busy tipie. Van Nof New York inviting me
"Scouts 'of"America bythe govern' or rental of farm lands also must be'reported. for the shepherd as the percentageof to become "Lady Principal" of his
ment several years ago but no attempt Iambs saved affects<< the profitableness . Get us on the wire and elegant school for ,young women, ,
has been made heretofore to use In order that they may obtain full of the flock. Extra work at this" tell us to deliver your where I may do just what 1 like and 11 Darlington Avenue .
it. The war department will be asked advantage of the deductions from period will be well repaid as a little milk every morning.It'll . as few classes as I choose, at $2400 't..i.
to assist by lending tents and cots. gross income to which they are en- care given at the right time will result per year. The other was an offer to .. ,I
Cook houses and storerooms wil be titled taxpayers are advised by collectors in the saving of many lambs and make your shopping take presidency of a temperance association -
built by the Legion and the camp will of internal revenue to study even of Home of the ewe that would easier and you'll know -requiring "great labor and :
be laid out strictly. military style. carefully the instructions on the otherwise be lost and will often thusgreatly ,you have a milk of splendid no remuneration." She chose ,the 666 j

national commander forms for makingetorns under the increase the amount of profit. wholesome qualities.AN1TARYDAIRYCq'. latter, saying "I've found' an open .
Alvin Owsley, head "Income from Business or Profession" from the flock. door" As every one knows, through
has receiveda
of the American Legion Ewes, which have been well cared
this door she entered homes of .
of Section open is Prescription for Colds
message'from the League A deputy collector will be in Kis for and which arrive at this season in and 'potentates in every a .
Soldiersof peasants .:
chief and Combattant Legion for: simmee to. assist, local people in filing good condition, will give' very little land and clime, and bound the white Fever, and, LaGrippe. It's
France, thanking their returns on Monday, Tues- trouble during lambing. ,It should be 'Cr ribbon around the world. _
the remedy'
a resolution adopted by the day, and Wednesday, February 26, 27 remembered that only a small amountof ourl' ivt"i The W. C. T. U. will hold an open most speedy we
national executive Legion'1 and 28. grain approximately 4 to *,i reception at Hart Memorial, once a I know, preventing"" Pneumo1"
porting the stand of France (To be continued.) pound per head per day, should bf '. month, to which the public is cordially nia. I
contention. _
Rhur Valley fed to the ewes just before lambing invited.

"The League of Section Chiefs thanks and .I It took five seconds for the American as heavy grain feeding at this time -- - --- ------- -. ('
-TfJombattant Soldiers sincerely representative in Berlin, Germany, will often cause udder trouble. Evenin l
the American Legion for the resolution -: of flocks which have received the
to report to Washington the price N
adopted" the message states. cotton in that city. In another five I best of care, it is usually necessary .1
"Let us rely on you as you are to seconds that fact was relayed and to help/ some of the ewes! deliver their
count on us/* known in the large markets centersof laml. When assistance' is needed 1fr'7i4d''
The resolution adopted by the the south. The world does move the hands should be thoroughly ?
gion's national executive committee in wonders. cleaned and lutihed with oil to prevent -
stated that Germans had deliberately _, infection and irritation t:> the
wrecked the financial system of the
in which the reel l estate is ewe. I
country to evade payment of icpara county Just before or immediately afte, 1J
tions to France and that France was located.A she. has lambed ouch ewe should I he ic
justified in taking steps to collect the its report from-DenvrhColorado, placed ill small individual pen. The ; $as Painlot

debt from Germany by invading tells how Robert Dillon, veteran of use if these )pens prevents the" othfRUINS I ee
Ruhr district. l.
the war and American Legion member -

Urging upon the nation's lawmak- dying there of tuberculosis contracted ,
the necessity of liberalization of in the service shortly before
ers federal regulations goo the end donated $57.50, his insurance I
the present w
; Down in Eatonton
erning the are of the war's disabled, money, and $100 compensation to the 1' Georgia
vicechairmanof Near East Relief His gift will guarantee -I I I
John Thomas Taylor, you'll find real proof of the
the American Legion's national the life of one child for more
legislative\ committee appealed recently than two years. s splendid wearing qualities of Pee Gee
before a House committee in -- -'- \ Mastic Paint. It was used there some T
the first hearing of this nature since nointTng Legion committees posts Chicago to aid :owr are veterans np- w nineteen years ago on the home of Mrs. 1

1921.Mr. said in obtaining their rights under T. G. Green, who writes the following
Taylor :
That the word "pulmonary" be the rtate bonus act. I I letter:

stricken from the act governing care The American Legion' of South Di- "Mr boat wa palat.4 with PM c.. MfMtfd
that I' Faint Bin.tMn rear aao.Mid 1 want y_to.Mt*
of tuberculosis veterans so approximately kota is aiding the traveling appeal* Ml. whet will b* n..d.d to .. ov.r tt etch
1000 men suffering from board of the United States Veterans TALKBlackened Tb bo.... U .pl.ndld oo.dttbe.hhoatb
tuberculosis of the bones and glands Bureau, in an attempt to clean up all each a lone tiro has Uo'.d aloe It w.. last "

can receive government hospltalisa-. claims for service men In the d'f- I 1111 painted..... u..d On nearly"_ Gee la food coandltion i
tion and compensation.That trict. Strong efforts are being madeto ,till, but I .....0111 raabaoad up
the time limit be extended to reach every veteran and have him

five years, wherein a man can automatically present his claims for compensation, charred ruins The great durability of Pee Gee Mastic
have tuberculosis or men- hospitalization; cr, vocational educa Paint to It. 50% of Zinc content ground
tal trouble rated as of service origin. tion. tell a sorrowful tale of loss, III, , In pure IJhseed Oil and White Lead making U s
That the time limit now expired, Double Pigment Paint.
be extended to August 9, 1926, for Attaboy 1 but the insured home owner w III VillM"i'a ?, t }i
'u3Hi 1' lll Pee Gee Mastic Paint tile-like film
; produces a
certlficate'j1fdlllabUitYj The crack sharpshooterhad -
company's !
the disabled to receive 9" Mtttm
m tryHorn
where the injury has been re-entered' civilian life, had made sees new construction already d :Nit. which successfully resists the elements, doe not ;
but had lost out ., crack peel or chalk off.
less than ten percent. violent love a girl
That the time limit be extended when she deserted him for a rival.A \. begun. tit*. T. C. Gras The high zinc content gives Pee Gee Mastic Paint
from 1826 to 1931 in which conversion couple of his friends were talkingit Its unusual covering and wearing capacity. It"
of government insurance policiesmay over after the ceremony. Hartford Fire InsuranceCo. ys by far the most economical paint you can use.
be made.It ."Well?. said one, "old Buck didn't Si,
have built For Interior walls and ceiling, use) Pee Gee Flat ?
is expected that leaders in congress seem so terribly cut up when Phyllis koatt,, the> moders), sanitary, durable, flat oil finish.
will conform to the Legion'srequest married the other guv. I noticed many a home: upon the Comes la 24 deep, rich velvety colors i
for the creation of special that he threw an old shoe after the I "
House and Senate committees to con- bride." l very ashes! of great oonflagrationt \ For lasting results and best protection specify

elder veteran legislation. "Yes," spoke up the other. "but" It v ,I' /alt cu for FKKE Point ffoo** r
knocked the groom UnCO'llIlC'OU5.American ). I '
The American Legion of Idaho is Legion Weekly. ; }-- -- ---end- Coin Cards, .

pressing legislative program,including ...
appropriations for a veterans' w The American Legion of Oklahoma --

welfare commission, the establishment Is backing: a bill now before the legislature [ A'
of an American Legion museum, calling for the return to' Oklahoma Call.on this agency OSCEOLA HAKDWAKE COMPANY: !
making Armistice day a legal holiday hospitals of all Oklahomawar
and art anti-alien land ownership b ll q, veteran suffering! from mental Kissimmee Florida Sit If, 1
the In- The bill call for an ,
A bill has been introduced in diseases. appropriation \ CARSON FARMER"The -
diana legislature authorising! boards of $100,000 for a b 'ldi'\r ,f Varnlnc .r-s'taln.r-Enamclr .
tof .to in ''which veterans will be seg'etrated 'r r
. of county commissioner convey '!>I, "
the. American Legion real;'e tate or from other 'pkttent.with mantel 'and Insurance 'Man" Paaslae-Gaulbert Car 10. Louisville. Kyi'<

buildings for use as:"--war memorials. nervous diseanes. Fifty Oklahomamen Pboa 1*. Ovrr- .........*.'* Ilrur star.3zlt. f ,
Such conveyance IDaY'be made on 'petition are scattered in hospitals ot:other -
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six f. BUBUSHBD BY SEED AT FLORIDA STATION EXPERIMENT. Growers destruction of tomatoes of their crops can preventthe of tow '

Spend It All
I: THB KI8SIMMBB EVERY VALLEY FRIDAY GAZETTE. The velvet bean excells as.a. soil of the very worst tomato disease, Don't

l.. IU8SI1ltMI JI]. FtXmlDAV. improver and milk and meat produc: early blight and black spot. Seems.houlmi . .
from diseased
be saved
in never .. .
-- -- the plants grown
forage ,
\ M. HARRIS _n____ ____ _President er among according to specialists of plants; seed should be disinfected before I
K. U. VANH, AONKWS< )',, { being planted; and the plants
I'RENCI1----------EdItIr. the Florida experiment station. In .:.... \
t ALLISON T. this plant has should be sprayed with bordeaux TURKISH ,. .

'n'"C'II''I'IU Ie.,....." less than 20 little years comparative importance mixture. according to G. F. Weber, . -4- VIRGINIA .
:: **,'? sprung from of 'the OURLEV
One Copy, One Ycat'-------------- assistant plant pahtologist a .
von of the most practicaland
One Copy, MIX Month __. _____ 1.00thiS to one station.
Cai.v. Three Motuis--------. O.IEnter..1I popular in this state, if not in Florida experiment .
". In commenting upon these diseases.: Save some cff it And save first. Spend
nt the poatofflcu nt KlH', lmmen south. Dr. Weber :

Efltor&asl ,li'lorldii nn ai-coiul-UnBH. I miillttr.- About iDOl!> the from Florida tropical experimentstOtion coun "Both diseases says. affect the stems what you have left .aftjeisaving.. Instead ''P
received ...
------ ----
.. .. _. ---
$ All 'mlilunlclltlm. cxeo|'f, from nucl -liko sixty: different leaves and fruit of the tomato Ear- ,- - '- -
thurl.'d. ..url..p..o'delll iniit. lift ,4IIL II- varieties of beans, among which. wasa ly blight (its scientific name ii Ma- ()f saving the'extra's, live on the extras.
li.v I lie wrltir.Itrjpclod
brown or
THE 1I1alt"I' will lIe retuniod.. Kculled single seed of a variety apparently crosporium black of ) produces pizes the This is the road to and to help
,- $ (.qr.I from China It was planted by .for spots various on I suceess, youalnnjr
leaves and stems of the It also -

The I F Adv.,|h"11 ,I" "<.l.tltISa' '' men at Director the experiment P. 11. n /flowerPot It spots and rots the fruit.plant This dispense this bank will take care of your sav

publillmee' L THCAMI-K. : ICANPICSi.. : ASSOCI ATIONJ"FRIDAY I and produced seed. is sometimes called 'leaf spot,
sprouted, grew ings.
ha From the beginning with). one seed' 'birdyseye, or 'black rot.: 'lit, I -
the FEBRUARY IB, 1923 "liluck Phoma'destructive) -
more than five hundred bushels of spots ( AMI RICAN TOBACCO 01
cur at seed and distributed by affects the tomato plant at all stagesof :UTHITI111IluluhiIiLII! ___111. .

had bino a I GLIMPSES OF TIlE: the station were /grown to Florida farmers by its giowth.: The spots of black -. -- I .
-- -
ojro pot art unlike those of caVly blight -- --
SOUTH.FLORIDA 1)14.!) The name was given
wa in that black and sofe and CHURCHES
to this bean. !
theyv Wen (By Ralph Stoutamire) The chief advantage of the Chinese : that on the spots there are a numb.'iof
It the biggest all-round fair small pimple-like pustules which I Church
the was velvet\ bean' is 'its earliness and Presbyterian
we have ever seen in Florida if not its extremely high contain the spores of the disease. 1

wnsnzefle < in the entire Southeast, feeding heavy growth value of both seed and vine Plants from a seedbed known to bc.., Rev. W. II. Presch I D. D., Pastor I Merchants Farmers Bank

I Fifteen different counties had e<- and its ability to reproduce itself. diseased should not be planted as
high I
Bhowed their and they certain to the disease. I 9:1 t,' Sundny school. ProfD.
withHigh ti hibits and many The velvet bean crop of Florida is are carry : ) a. m.-
varied industries. No criticism, unless annually worth about four and a half Black spot is often spoken of II 'rust,' B. Shaver, 8uperinU>,nd yit. OF KISSIMMEE

r BUCC it is to say sixty-one counties should\ million dollars. It is impossible 13 blight,' 'rot' or scab.' 11:0:(I!) a. in.' -Mor.iir.gVor: : !
time f have shown.The, just how much the Chinese variety "To prevent these diseases, donot Sermcn by the pastor. "Spr mrs\ of

we sh r judges said the citrus displayswere say is worth for the census'reports save seed from diseased plants; disinfect Inimom t ality."

one ol the best the world has ever seen, all varieties under, one head. However seed (even though not suspected 6:30: p. m.-Christian Endeavor !

and they said St. Lucie county's was of the of being diseased ) in corrosive I I meetil1 '-"-- -- _

the best which is to say St. Lurio station, specialists, who have endeavored experiment to keepa sublimate ((1 to 1000 formula) for not 1 7:30( p. m.-Bveni.i'. Wnri-h.p.: Sermon -. .-. IJ

THThe| holds a world's record. close record of the different feed more than 10 minutes. I ty the pastor. "( Imriotrf of. Iiad. I-- : - ___-- =
Pinellaa got up its exhibit in seven "To control the diseases after they I !." .
and forage plants of the I MONEY: 1 IN: Ct'T-OVER LANDBttwten Clood six
it reported. What would have made their' in the )ituwio room
days, was the orchestra.
I peciallv those sent out from the sta. j I house, all convenience; .
High1ookin they have done had they taken seven | tion, are of the opinion that not less field or garden, spray with a 4-4-50) J 7:30:: p. Wednesday. Prayer. the axe and; the plow the porch anil garage; KOCH lot tcreeneif; Ma-ht
months as counties j bordeaux mixture I In tow n. K"i> term
,school weeks or seven many than half of the velvet beans grownin once -every week or and RiMe study. expansive pine t timberlands of Flor- Matthews.. 21 Hrury y Apply. M.
do? 'I I ten Choi'1 I avenue. 10-ltx
days weather 111.-ThurMduy.
on ccn- 7:30 .
depending prnc--
this state are of the Chinese va p. dill of wealth of almost - -
thing! u I source
deserved win first -
Manatee to place itionn] and the amount of the disease tie. Knit' "HAI..K' :-Vulcan fireproof
riety. in theniillion.i nafe. |
tempt with its truck crops exhibit. The Rut the Chinese is not the only vel- Jin the field. If the weather is very. I Visit. rs will find u cordial \...h'ollle unlimited proportions, vide measurement 11x15 Inch.,1 In.

succel judges had a perfect right/ to say that I. bean to have been distributed bv II| damp and there is much of the diense *-i to a I Ii me-like church. of ocn-s of cut-over land wets hl. "'< .pound*. Mr*. U. o. xl-1 -
sport! this exhibit the bent ever assembled vet .. iiipablc of yielding pine wood guita- len.. I ICO Hrack wtrect. 10-tix
was .
spray even more often. - --- ------
letics. I the Florida station. Back in 19071! i I.It-for! destructive distillation throughthe
in the world. If they we taken to hibridize the --- i I First Bsrtut Church .'. ''It 'C.I.EJ I.e. aprlnif and
us no have, no it's all right. !I[ Steps were WEEKLY CITRUS REVIEW retort process.A Ir,'*". I iMiililiiK. $ mnchlne., ] mat.
lessestab When the writer left the fair, the I poorly developed native velvet bann. :": i Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. large number of valuable but little 'II It; 1 four-burner oil move rur; 4

winner of the county contest had not I As a result of that work over 300'u1Ietis The we kly citrus review by.'. L.. appreciated products are derived Kalvaiili.-.l i Iron chicken I cimpa. V
to re I were produced and grownon ". School. t'ar- the destructive distillation off Ii. lI"w. 7 Viii.tncct.. HeKolt
been announced. Many people were :Skelly, as issued from the office of 9:4: a. m.-Sunday : ----- -- --
the station's farm.
standbiggt boosting Pasco to win and its chance Through the American Fruit Growers l says: Ron r..rmer. superintendent.. Classtii! t pine wood and these products IIn'liKeful 1.10noil: acre good paature

looked good. I by Dr. R Y. Win- i I Ivery Oranges: The market has continued for al1, atros. Join the pantor's class. in many industries. With the land near HI Cloud For quirk aale
this ters and .Prof. John Belling some 1I(0) Sermon the of few scattered IS 00 per acre Write H. !>. WllllainaVaiichul.i. ,
The manager of the Putnam county strong in all :( a. m.- by pa.stoi. exception" a retort
practically ,
sec'tions \
in a' prolific and highly popular va-I| KI.Ml.1o.
i exhibit expressed himself as being: opposed with a wide demand. The rela- . operated intermittently by individvals sItI.
learnt to making: individual entries, rities notablv the Osceola: Alachua | tive lightness of California navel tiI4/: i i". 1" P. V. I'. I I'. T p-\, 't'.'nal fv. ha.s b:1: littfr d/xitop- Kill' : HA 1.13 Two-homo WHKOII-and -hi.

means unless the entries are placed in the and Wakulla-were originated. shipments, due to rains there undoubtedly meeting. ment of this industry and the wealth cycle. -. J. F MawoiiKer. It. .... D' No.

same booth. His was the only county FARM SUGGESTIONS 1923 I has influenced the orange 7'tO:: p. m.-Sermon by the pastor. is; as yet untouched.The I. CII) t-ltx
TGu that did not make such entries. Had market considerably. The smaller 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. Prayer most valuable product of pine KoK HA1.R-Huff Orpington esfo ,

ted it done BO, it would have won more Farmers of Florida I' sizes! now are in undoubted strong meeting. wood distillation is crude oil, a complex hnlchliiK. from blue ribbon winner.
spin than its share of prizes for foragesand are receiving position. Yet with the California I Free cents and a welcome to product of few faults and many Ht the fair Price. to home people,
J the recommendations from ou
following I
s'ttliiIT of IS. .
per Mr
We I grains. the college of agriculture/ universityof tonnage in sight there is no indication -I strangers us> well ns those who be- desirable qualities. From this oil an Parker I Phonn 1ft". J 7-tfo N.
Instead of holding to the varieties lone here. almost endless of chemicalsmay
oount; Florida of any extreme prices on mid- I variety ------
the ,, of citrus fruits recommended by the : season oranges unless a relatively A church of the Bible und for the be made. These chemicals aresuitable Kolt KAI.K Ily owner one flv.- _
Corn It is not reccommended that upon
'Sosporl.. tate horticultural society, our growers the Florida: farmer plant corn as! a small amount of fancy stock. people. for use in paints, soaps disinfectants fruit.hoiiac. At.wln-il.. .rK.ln.. cltv Win.Mater Uallaghcr.itf; lola of.
them indiscrim- ---- ---- -- -- --
are multiplying itself. liberal Grapefruit: While the demand has preservatives, cordage, .
by acreage << -
money crop
1. inately. For the good of Florida's citrus Methodist Church
of his needs broadened considerably toward the metalHand rubber. The oils and chemicals '
corn to supply own j
2. industry, let- us hold to the few I derived ron BAIK-One lieu Klectrlo Wall
end from
has its in of the week there has been no --- pine wood are adaptable -
legitimate place I'late.
;J: varieties and make them famous. al system of farming in Florida.any ration-I' marked recovery on grapefruit of or- Rev. W. C. Norton Pastor. to a greater variety of uses onable Practically pile. Apply new. Valley At a h.Oaa -

.. Polk county's appearance did not corn on well-prepared land and dinary quality. The high prices paid than are those obtained from petroleum .tte.

&. come up to expt'ctatlonsJisplay was for fine grapefruit have : or coal tar. It is said they
\ continued constitute .
lize it well.In or between the rows 7:00: a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer Port HA I.E. for
last its stuntof
0 not as rood as year--but Kent rurnlahed
various community I should be planted cowpeas or velvet i| but ordinary or low quality grapefruit Meeting( in Bungalow. the most abundant, bent, and Itoom. and No Treapa Card. It
I having days
beans. I does not yet show strength.: 9:4fi:: a. m.-Sunduv nchoo] J., L.I cheapest source of organic oils in the cent each at The (Uasett. offlre.

aw. wins the the cake and of proved Polk to the world Iw- 1 Sweet; Potatoes( : This is a crop which I Tangerines: Those full of juiceare 'Overstreet, superintendent. world. _ _ ".tt
that people county
lieve there is no better place in the has not been properly appreciated in obtaining very excellent prices. 1 11:00 I : () a. ,IVvachiiiK by the past Theother products of pine wood KOK HA UK-One bulldlnar 10x11 feet;
home the south, nor in the north. With /good I Puffy and dry stock has, of course, or. distillation are charcoal pyroligneous tin roof; elcurlu fixture Inquire
than their
world county. been heavily discounted in the market acid liquor, and The charcoalpossesses at SOI :Main Htreel. l-ttfl
Palm Beach, Hillsborough, Columbia -, management there is no reason why *. 5'JO::! p. m.-Senior League: devotional considerable gas.
Johns Leon Lee sweet potatoes cannot become a raon service. value. The FOR BALf-J--Wooden
Highlands, St waahlnar
---. Sr Voiusia{ and Hardee counties-some ey crop in Florida. Certainly farmers Severe weather has made market 7:30:: p. in.--Preaching by punter. acid liquor is not rich enough to justify chine; nearly new. Apply SOS Main!

the prize winners are justified in growing sweet potatoes conditions unfavorable over much of 7:30: p. Wednesday. Mid-week recovery of acetic acid. The gas treet. ".- jf

stressed tanking utility among more than even as a food and feed crop. the mirth recently. As this has been prayer service.JftO may l be used, and sometimes is, in FOR HAI.K' -Fine residence. -

I they placed appearance appearance.Had first, the I I Peanuts and Velvet Beans: Theseare clearing up, there has been, however, : : and 7:30::: p.m.-Friday. Teacher the furnace to conserve fuel.! Apply at the office of The property Valley..

story of the south Florida fair might profitable crops, especially so as a noticeable increase in inquiry from trainer class. The average acre of cut-over land naiette. Klaalmmre. 1-tf -

be different. soil improvers. As a hog and cattle many sections./ If shipments from 7:30: [p. m.-Friday. Choir practice. may !h. counted upon to produce a

The exhibits ; the home feed, the bean has a big point in its Florida continue within reasonable minimum of two cords! of fat wood. FOR RENT -
arranged by limits there is ._._ __ ___ _ I and this will
bindTe demonstration workers of the agricultural favor. The peanut is possibly! one of apparently no reasonto produce from one anda
extension division were the best fattening feeds for hogs. As expect any depression of the present c---a Ckorch half to four barrels of oil and half Kim HvrmiKl KKNT: -.J-room hou".. at III ".o
$. Schi tionably the best ever shown in Flor soil-improvers these crops are almost price levels on citrus fruits.KILLINGCUTWOIIMS a ton ,pf charcoal. Exceptionally fat ht Store. next avenue.door He" .. Mr, Welch t -lu '

', essential to the farm; no rotation system wood will yield five barrels. 'The
ida. It didn't take a second look to 10:00 a. m.-Memorial Services, in
in the south should exclude them. problemof creating markets (or tho 1o'ult iticN'r-4)nu half of the bIt Clubimr.
dampen our plate. of ) L. Shelton. .
)1' A.
,- .
memory \ wrtilvh ha. i
ele ; Home Gardens] Special attention j products is a big one, due to absenceof recently been niiI'atred.
In our humble opinion the livestock Many truckers and gardeners-are 11:00 a. Communion services. I'nrtly (urnl.h..,!. MS per
the )".,. hows--cattle, hogs and poultry--were should be given to the home garden. writing to the Florida Experiment 6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. knowledge of the value of the! month ln.-lu.limc If.raKe. Address:rIlolf

am ,],, not as good..,as those of the state fair The land should be specially preparedand Station and asking how to avoid Sr Subject: "$50,000 For Improving Our products, it is said. With a view to Club Klimlmm..'\, .

thel in Jacksonville If we are wrong WP highly fertilized with farm manures kill the cutworm which they descr'be: I I Community: How Should We Spend determining the most profitable and

rfv stand corrected. Plantings should be made practically -''as "cutting the stems of the young J JI lit ?" Leader: Vivian Floyd. economical method of stumping the WANTED.

*!oTh There has ben far too little said every week in the year, so as plants completely off or so near that 7:30 land the Alabama Polytechnic Institute - - -------- -
I Wednesday Prayer .
about the exhibits in the negro buildIng to insure fresh vegetables for e"ery I they fall or break off." meeting.p. I Interesting and, inspirational bus conducted.. experiments in \\"A., NTI.l| ,. Si ".inl-hand furnlturr' forIIIMK
I \.I.Ill-pi. 'A. U II.
Didn't enough pecple sethem.. I clay in the year. Cultivation shouli': i Such inquiries are turne I over to services.Vinitors i both bla..tinQf the clumps and n T". 0..11.. : runWANTKIi C

c Jotec The white folks could learn a thing: or be icgular: and thorough. Professer J. K. Watson entomologist' .. cordially invited.sT. !. combination of blasting and pulling.:
I Pork Prcducticn : Florida is annually who The lesult. of these : I.Ko nnuk.-M... kinulx-
two by taking note of what was shown I replies about as follows: I I experiments any
by the colored people. paying out several million dollars 'I; "To control the cutworm the Kan- JOHN'S EPISCOPAL; Clll'KCHI showed) that a net profit of $25.20! : l I'--I."|.l I :.((1.rat' ,1I.-is irh, ,".1 ,1 l M morrailnii Wlllion.., 10.1'Will

ph There were 12 county exhibit in for hOle meats when all of it could be San bait is recommended. Scatter! it | was realized! on un acre through the

ThCO the negro building, namely Jackson raised right here at home. Every | about the field or garden after sun- ,I M. B. Ayres, Rector.'I.O'.R.' alone, while a profit \t WTKI,: :" > i.tinu lixlv, 10 work I hi

111on Leon, Gadsden, Washington, Jefferson I farmer should have one or more sows | set for the hungry worms to feed upon ], --- of $:17.11 I I IIn acre wan realized l bv> n '1 K:'iMNI MIHIJI.IMI IlIfl.-. V.l.lri KM I". (.1. lis 117.

Madison. Duval Alachua prance, St. and provide them with green, growing during the night. To prepare this ;]i: 10:00: ( a. m.-Sunday School. ('omlllnHt ion of t.Jalitinun"i 1 pulling.I I i --- -- f.

John Suwannee and Hillsborough. I crops and sanitary surroundings. bait secure the following: I I I 1 11:00 J : ) n. m.-Morning Prayer. and In addition to this .revenue the land \\ A.VTK: !" Mm ,. |1",1.> (I.. Ulve t hell"

Considering their space these exhibits ;I Do not give up the raising; of hogs, I j, "A. Bran 25 pounds. ,i .sermon by the rector. was given excellent preparation foragriculture .-, ,ii..n.-,. > (I." |buy "l-urlly Maid

reflect much credit upon the farm and even though the present market conditions Paris greeiv, 1 pound. 'I I I 7:30:t() p.: ni.-Evening )Piaycr, and t which generally is ....nilereI Ilk.M.I 'K-.ilil.. ,Iill. nol I.I.-IIUBO"llly It hcrnUV In oil Ihrjr(arch.
th'bt home life of the negroes and negro extension are discouraging. People must "B. Water 2 1-2 gallons. sermon by the rector. a I 100( / 1'1'r'l'Ilt' increase* in val I in K< 5-40'

workers in Florida. They deserve eat; pork is a staple food ; market ;Molasses or syrup, 2 quarts. 1 7:30:: p. Wednesday. Litany, ue. I -___ _

F I more praise and credit than they conditions will improve. i Lemons, 2 or 3. Prajern, and Address. SpcrialUts in t the retort and distillation MAKKIKIi I i:I MAN In rctublUh r.rllla..
noiil M e -kl h dnnr
have been iven. Other Livestock: The most economical | "Grate or grind the lemons fine. - -- -- industry have found that it 1><....1.-141.11..1-.1| | l r..d..iivery.-... to of l.OiTPcS family

s We didn t know we knew so little way of marketing rrTany Mix the bran and paris green thor- ly Chrut'i Church is most profitably carried! on directly triulr I'uKltlon, requires some mllliiffiil.lllty

about Florida up to the time of visit- crops is to feed it to livestock. Every while still dry. Then wet 'A' with <(< Pentecostal ) in connection with preparation of the ,}. : :AltrH.tlv-I : delivery: : wagonunuish.ui. .

a ing the south Florida fair. farmer, therefore, should strive to 'B' until decidedly damp but not xlopi land for farming. As the land is llrunil I Union 1! T"s Co.
Corner Brack MouihTii '
maintain his livestock I and Oak Streets HIII.-H ('tflct.. \\ ..lilnKt"n .
especially good and is of such cleared ..
i py consistency that it -- the suitable wood is utilized I t'. II-lie
C ABRAHAM LINCOLN ANI TilE beef and dairy cattle, so as to have a will fall in fine flakes when sown W. C. llowelJ. for distillation overcoming the - -- ,
expense -
BOY SCOUTS rufficient number to consume the surplus broadcast. Put it out after sunset Sunday School Superintendent. of clearing with an added THK u: J It tvt hums,, C.mipuny will rmI'loy -
re'venuc. -
feed'n the farm. Where advan- 1'so a or lo-ntlrinnn agent In ,
P that it will be frech and attractive The distillation ordi-
(Lakeland Star-Telegram) process KlimlmmiiWalking Product arc
The parallel between Lincoln and) tageously situated farm dairying will for the worms; they feed only at 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. Inter- narily requires 48 hours of subject I known frywht>re. and our HM|IPs- ;,

1 the Scout Movement the prove profitable. Livestock will pay night. Make fresh bait every day as national lesson. Classes for all age ing the I rich pine wood to steady heat. !It'ft...1., miikeH\ \ I liK-oinm.. I Invent)

Boy : greatAmerican's not only a good profit for feed consumed l long: as needed. 11 ::00 a. in. Divine worship. This slowly extracts the oils and KMIB. till, opiioilunltyl" Kull particulars .. ,
endorsement of Americanizing and
but will very materially increase j| "If this bait is properly it i, Preaching.: the ample sent free "
sown. leaving charcoal ,jlue., !I. hustlers .
.i force of the SCO'Jt Movement as r(< who mean bualnMW. i I
,I\ would have been strong and ready. the supply of farm manure, will fall in such small flakes that : 7:00 p. m.-Young )People' meet The oils may be run off, while the Writ totl,, ).. The J. It. Watkins ('n.. j;;

thus saving the fertility that other- fowl or other birds will not pick it up. ing. gases may be piped into the furnace lopl. 85. M.-mj.lil. Ten,. s-atx .,
Lincoln lived the Scout Oath and ,
wise would be sold from the farm.
j I| "In a cabbage field 7:30 Inspirational
better to
protection p. Kong service conserve fuel
Law in Ma WNTiiVu.
daily life. He was the hu '. In condition
would be sold from the farm. will be to i praise, testimony and ) good ,
great scout. As a youth .ne buildrd given plants at a smal preaching., The ideal operating unit consists of a snail rrfrlxiTHtor or. Ice box. a ..>'.
well In character anJ Poultry : Florida is not growing ler expenditure for material, if instead : 2:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Women's bi a tract of three sections of land lwo-lurnr oil cook stove one or Ii
I'i'/.cnsfiip anything like the poultry that is of being sown broadcast the bait is ble class; Mrs. C. B. Higdon in charge. taming a fair con two rhulra. ... tuhl,. Ad4r-..: -riiKh." "
training, even as the Scout Movement needed in the state and it is quantity of wood suit linm.-lto office. K-3II ;
recommended in 7:30:\ ;
does. He was prepared to meet placed small piles! about the stalksof p. -Thursday. Prayer serv-. able for retort, with a retort plant '- .
and urged that much! ice.
more the
cabbage. For other it
emergencies. Note bin readinexs crops may centrally located. Estimates; show
attention he given to this valuable Communion LOST
be scattered along the rows. services first Sunday that I
over a
all period of six
throughout public affair He dida
industry. It will years a net
pay. "In a small garden: or in a field month. Foreign Missionary of- of -
Good Turn daily. One! the gainS $27,000 each .
can tee I.IJHT-Tu..y.
Bee Culture The handlingof year including about six mile. thilt :
: proper where there fering taken
are but few cutworms, on second Suday each the increase in the Hide of 01
Scout of value Orlando nil
Boy todiy helping a pig a few hives of bees farm month. of the land lady'n black :
upon any the easiest ;
quickest and cheapest: is possible. hat with Imnit.
caught in the mud si Lincoln once port St. Joe Publicity currency pinned to -.r
... did. He loved the out-of-doors in his will prove profitable and interesting. method of deain! with them is to "Come" "Pray," "Believe," and Bureau. Liberal I reward If riiturnrd to Thellaxelte. '
; A Jew colonies will\ furnish the farmer *X
life walk through the patch ei rly in the "Worship the Lord in the! Beauty of '
early he roamed the and -
forest -
and his. with abundanceof '
family an Holiness.
morning and look for plants cut off .(
learned the ways of its habits. Every delightful, nutritious food at the during the night. By scratching i'.e 1 I MISCELLANEOUS !
noint of the scout law
was strong minimum cost and sale HOLY REDEEMER .!
a ready can earth away from the base of the plant CHURCH:
ly emphasized in the Amen.can's T"I.I (;JHA"HY'ButOh' and
great be
found for
always furplus the ( Catholic)
worm will be usually found at a (Commercial. Touch
$ Jl << life : trustworthiness; loyalty; at a profitable price. i depth of not than -- I lluBlneita-ronamanahlp.. Typewriting-
helpfulness; friendliness; courtesy; ____L 1 and feed more to the inch.'' Collect Rev. W. B. Goiaen, Rector. Quickly mustered IlallwaySIBllonAicency. under

l kindness; obedience; cheerfulness; Including burne-i and cut-over areas our modern method For *p<-

,, thrift; bravery; cleanliness ; rever and abandoned fields that once grew: Pinyon jays, inhabiting Rocky First Sunday of Lent. clnl rittc,* to new student call or. .'1
: : wrlle .
8:00 : THK TAMPA I.'li."
: a. m.-Mass and HUH1NK8H
ence. timber one-third of the soil of the Holy Communion
Mountain -
states are birds of the same I.KilK.; \ TelCKrnph. I>ept.. Tumpa. Kla.
------- Union is forest land, says the Forest family Its crows and about half their I Choral and congregational I. M.' ilatin... President. 9-41"( _
The accessible timber of the worldis Hinging. .
Service of the --- .
United Spates! depart- size. Between ---- - -- 4
(, inadequate to the requirements of ment of agriculture. Three-fourth in nesting! seasons they Epistle: II Cor VI : 1-10. AnA. PTF.I) HUNCH ORAPES brine "
modern civilization the Forest rove flocks often containing Gospel, pnylnfr return. eighteen month afJ'T ;,
says cf this land lies in the : Matt. IV: 1-11.
k, ..1. Service Mississippi hundreds of birds, and cause serious plantlno Plant anacreaxa anilOH I
of the United States depart- Valley and eastward to the Atlantic damage to Sermon : Temptation and Fast of independent. Brat commercial '-,

ment of agriculture. We now draw coast in.! the State! having the densest experiments grain in methods crops. of Successful control of Christ! In The Desert.) "", FOR SALE fruit Investment In aouth: fruit ...,.'

; rne-third. of our paper requirementsfrom population and the largest! consumption these birds when 9:00: a. school. Mill j lirlnca highest price We Introiluc", ",
attacking Foil '>d
corn tlieao -
were HALE
-Hlniter grapes Into Florida an ,
Canada. There is Frances
an embargoon of timber Tress Hewlnir Machine.
.f. products. made by the and Mrs. J. Max good they have. eaaon -
Biological a been well *
Survey of the new. M. Matthews doing ten ,
the export of pulp wood from the Nowhere is there Kritz teachers. 21 DruJyavemi. .
i a greater need for United States department of I .. other adapted fruit also; tree .I
agricul- lo-u
t crown lands of Canada, and this is knowledge of timber growing than in ture in west-central 4:00: p. m.-Friday. "Way of The -- -_ - - -- blueberrle. blackberrle ft.1C. Pach- t
; } \ likely to be extended to all forest Service of tho United States depart- leaflet Colorado, and a Cross" Memorial service. Each Fri- VUlt HAIE-1o'lne "roadway property. Cs. etc. Full Intorm.tlonl.tree: cata, a
lands in the dominion completely containing directions for using day with *"nimH.h"u" the eastern states, nays tho Forest a pimple but effective during Lent. l..ot > t'
poison formula .6111I1U. A.
I hutting off the supply of raw material ment of agri ulture. In this section has been deatributed way. 610 Hroa.l. .
for thE paper -industry of the Uni- the relatively dense population the in that territory. Wanted : clean cotton rags; not SECOND HAND OOODS, bought.501' !'.'i
During the wheat
ted States. This illustrate the hazard enormous Industrial demands for timber ; harvest control merely trimmings or strings-but decent FOR SALn-1'W.Wh51: nil trailer and.repaired. The Caalno. 4tC>
.measures are not so successful and in Iba.
? of becoming dependent upon f< and the stuff to use for washing rollers capacity cheap for caah 17 ;'
: of lands
best Orlando
areas '
S eign I. large fields, where the birds can find and and avenue, Kla.lmmee.. ..xFOIt Cures ChnJS ,
supplies of it is presses Malarl
fH timber, n.j fitted for forests all unite to urge ample food the use of poisoned baits wiping bearings. \

out_ timber production on a Urge icaIe.H .. .is not found profitable. Gazette Brlng em along to the office of The nOll'roph HAI.FJ-PraellcaJly new "Star' phoat 6G6 and Fever :, Dengue j '
,j I KUslmme. 14-ttx a pargaln. 45 Main street. '

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04.400000 s>0s s>>>> s> sWEATHER > '" c.y.
LOCAL .. Low prt4ee"on :men ggenuine Palm l :MERCHANTS &: FARMERS BANK .
4s Beach uits. New stock at-McCAULEY' ELECT I
S. .
I' c f
.iPE11U1Y 0 Official Bulletin- I At the annual meeting of the stock ,
of daily tern- Miss. Eleanor Kento'n
;I accompanied holders
4 of-the
Merchants & Farmers BOXING
0 nlshed by and the precipitations fur- by her mother, Mre. L. 1.t.! Kenton,'{I Bank of Kissimmee the following TONIGHT
Kissimmee Co4> spent last
week in Tampa where she were nominated and named direc ,
I Roscoe Roberson spent several days t operative U. S. Weather Bureau entered some of her commercial art tors for'' the ensuing as t
in this week. Station for the weel"> > work in the I year:
3 Tampa 0 Friday February 16 ending s South Florida Fair. 'Her M; M. Miller G. W. Persons,. For,
-0. 1923: entries consisted of color: posters rest Lake, J. Wade Tucker Lewis
+ Shaves 15c I ;
haircut 35c
2fie at Casino; Barber ; children 0 Date Max. Min. .O cover designs, and photo retouched O'Bryan F. C. Bryan, R. U. .Mlnlck! 26' ROUNDS ATLucQnliheatreOrlando
> Prep. piece, which were the first'of their j and JMtt. Willson.
Saturday Feb 10...7968, .00 O kind entered for exhibition, and From this number the officers will '
Born: To Dr. and Mrs Haynes J Sunday Feb II._, ..83 68 .00 created much interest
the the directors.
Brinson, Thursday night a eon Monday Feb 12.83; 62 .00 4 critics and judges. She among enter1 1 I This bank by in
O Tuesday Feb was > strictly a "home instijtution -
__ Expert kcdak finishing. at Mlnick's 4. Wednesday Feb 13.86 14.86 61 .00 4 talned at the Tampa Museum by ," and shall direct all of its efforts [ Fia.
59 .00 Walter: Collins of the j .
Rexall Drug"Store. b0-t$ 1 art school at towards- .the development' of ,
t Thursday> Feb-1583 .60 .00 the Tampa ,
] '
Feb Day.hote She reports a )j business in Kissimmee and Osceola
Friday .
Miss Foda McNIel 1 was home from 0 39 .00 4 very'enjoyable time at the fair, and county "
her school in Ocala for the week-end. Readings are made at 8:00 a. O is the proud The
-0. m. for the possessor of souvenir r future of this Institution do-
Furnished -0. hours preceding twenty-four hat which the Rotarians and editors ] mends that money earned here by A good clean bout--if don't
Flat for rent. W. B. oOo l4> wore at the Press Breakfast. Miss I our citizens should be kept here for you
Harris Gazette offic 14tfMrs. ., 4 ALLISON T. FRENCH.. Kenton was awarded second prize i in ,\< local development, and the officers. of find it as advertised

George T. Sigler is entertain- 004444444'Co-operative' Observer. 4 the water color section; of ,the recent j the Merchants & Farmers Bank stand step to box :
444444rv44 Osceola county fair. )ready to co-operate with the citizensto
ing long-time friend Mrs. office
a Arneson, and
this end.-Adv. will
your be
of Ke's.Sl'e ? money
Cedar Rev. Roland A. Nichols of Winter WOODS) : WOOD) ; WOOD) ; WOOD) !

Bennett's special ad on this Haven Day service, will conduct the Marc' Place your orders; for veneer blocks ( Farmer Has Terrible (Experience cheerfully refunded. -

page Sunday morning now 120 blocks 15-inch, delivered for
fourth at the Christian church, and i $3.15; 12-inch blocks j think
$2.95. Split-for "I don't anybody suffered
Attorney Alexander Akerman and will preach 'In the church that ever
evening stove-wood, guaranteed full strand; more pain than I have. Twice I
family were visitors in Kissimmee'
Sunday afternoon. Get 15-inch for $3.35; 12-inch for $3.15. ( was operated for gal) stores and a TICKETS ON SALE CHICK'S SMOKE
Miss Bertha your winter's !supply) now. All third operation was advised. A friend HOUSE
Perry, Dr. Laura Hill delivered. Phone 91 ; 51(1( Brack street in Iowa how he
Canton wrote
$2.50 me was L
crepe at McCAU- and Miss Adams, of Lebanon cola
Conn. J. Bonin.
LFY'a.Mre.. spending the winter at Winter, _. 4 ltfCARD by taking Mayr's Wonderful Remedy.I .
Haven -- --- -- -
I took (bottle his .
a on advice with
C. W- Griffin were guests of Mrs. E. G. Vans / ) OK THANKS results -
to Tampa Agnew and Mrs I good and have also taken the
Monday, for medical treatment, returning Thursday. L. E. Livermore on To our fnVnda Jto the slruiiKCIH full course. My pains are all gone
home the same and I feel I "
evening. the tou'l' r.b. and the little children ; am permanently cured.
I tax books We wunt to thank each of |'lit removes the catarrhal mucous' from
Try a real Spanish omelet, at Du- Marc will close Saturday for your you the intestinal! tract and allays the in- '
Pont'ji Cafe. 31. A penalty of five cent 'h'lp'whpn: our home was '
-- will be added if not paid by that date. burned Friday; February !9), and for\ flammat'o which causes, practicallyall WANTED'! !

Rew W. E. Brumholz, who has been J. R. Gilbert city clerk and collector. the aid' and many acts of kindness meats stomach including, Jiver.and'appendicitis.intestinal One oi'-'
touring the returned bestowed i upon us later. i I ;
state to KIs- 10-tf
V. V. Childers and dose will convince or money refunded.'J. .
simmee yesterday for short - Family. '
a -------- Z. Kuboison] and druggists -
- everywhere. 500
-- Ferris strain White DAY
Leghorn L4BORERS
eggs; 500
Try a real Spanish omelet at l>u- ,' for setting, *1.60 for 16. Orders taken CARD OK THANKS -

Pont'S Cafe. for day-old chicks at 20c: each or In uie-nory of-our-mother we wish ,!I The following i signs l can -be purl hI..d ,,,"-

M.... S. II. Bullock and Miss: France $18 Iwr hundred. G. Y. Bast, Kissimmee to hank our friends for the many 1 at The Gazette office for lOc seen: -
Bay won several blue ribbons Florida. (Filling Station' Saint acts of kindness during her illnessand Rooms For Rent; Furnished Room!
on -'
their art exhibits at the Tampa fair. Cloudroad..) tU-uth, and for the many beu uti- For Light Housekeeping; No Trespass To set tomato plants and pick beans and
--- --
-- Pure ful floral I offerings 1 i ; For Hire; No Smoking; For peas.
PcnncrellLEY'S.. sheets $l.f 0. McCAU-. made. At the Independent cane syrup,GrOl'ory.whl'J' freshly, EMMA C. E.: YOWELL.YOWLL.NF.Tl'IE ( : 1: Rent; For Sale. Wages $2.00 per day. Free house rent.DON'T .

(- you get other good; things to ,

Wanted: Young l lady to work in rat L. YOWELL.YOWELL.H. [ The Best Proof'

rc"t nu rant.KNmmmee... Address P. O. Box 117 P Mr. and Mrs-Steven-- H. Ayres, of /MRS.. H. I.I YOWELL. WRITE-BUT COME AT ONCE

Ckllrwatel' and New Vo,'k. w.j>r.* In MKS. J.1.: - - \ GUrn by a Klxkimmee. Citizen. JII
ONMig. =/
Have your Sunday dinner at Da Kisiimmt'Q Sunday Yisi\.ing-'thefi ;, - - i I Doun's Kidney Pills were used!- -
Pint's <:afo, "In the Heart of Kis- Rev. M. B. Ayers, of Saint John's J. "1. Y owe.11 'i1r(."" "Tuesday. they ought, benefit.
almmf'e. church.. Mr. Ayers is a former oi ngressiran Keliruary 13, at the family home at The story was told to Kissimmeeresidents. :

from New York, .iW: Vernon lit.i.<.<.(. Had she' 1 lived until W. B.
Miss Grace Gilbert was home from _. I the. first, of April she would huvet'u"'I",1 Time hat strengthened/ the eidence. j- YOUNGMOORE
Mount Dora for the week-end visit Kissimmee Business Collego offers the ape of eighty-five. Corn .

in c- .her parents, Mr. and !Mrs A. S. thorough preparation in bookkeeping, in White 'unlIllinois, in IK.'iH:: an ]I Has proven the t result lasting.
Gilbert. high grade; Etenographic work, touch MniAnn Johnson, she married John i I| The testimony in. home testimony- : HAVEN FLORIDA
-- typewriting spelling, filing, business :M. Yowcll, and with their family i I It) can he investigated! by KisKiin- ,

Marc tax books will close Saturday, letter writing, etc. *x they moved to Florida in 1888, whe e.. nice residents.
31. A penalty of five per cent lion she lemaincd for five going I 1'. N. Clark, (..arJJc"to1111 Mali 0
will be added if not paid by that date. Forrest in Lake, mayor of Sanford buck I" Illinois. with her husband. j bette street Ktssimmee, gave the fol 1

J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. attend was the Kissimmee yesterday to Since hei husband's. death about i lowing: statement March 26, 1918: - --
10-tf of the Merchant.meeting and of Farm-stockholders twelve years ago she has made hur I; "When I was living in New York ....
home with her son 1:111 I claUKhters.. !' state 1 was down with my Imck. Myj --
Thomas ers Bank at which time
Brooks, proprietor of the he was made SIt;1 i.s survived liy two sons and two j back Will weak nail if I did muc",
director .
Model a 01: that
Dairy of Saint Cloud, Has institution. daughters. PiefusKvr C. E. Yowe'l' work, the next morning I coot' '

transacting business in Kisnimmoo Pure Florida-cane freshly !II. I.. Yowell Miss, Emma Yowell nnd |I scarcely straighten, my buck was so

Tuesday. made. At the Independent syrup Grocery :Mi.s ;Nellie' Yowell.Kuneial lame. My kidneys acted too frequently (?
A new and beajitiful lint of neckwear where" you get other good things to set vices" wen. conducted and 1 I had to get up during TAX
at The Hat Shop. Mrs. J. 11. eat. from the hcmr> on Verona street by the night/ to pass the secretions. They NOTI.CE
Wocdbeck. f.h I <- I HeA.. :M. ChiHholm! of the were scanty und highly; coloied. 1used
Sum Brammar, of Saint Cloud, and rhriblian church in Orlando. Interment l oanV: Kidney pills and half
Mrs. J. U Skipper and daughter J. C. Griffin, of Kissimmee, returned 1 wamade* in Rose Hill\ (eul'- I dOZEn boxes rid me of the trouble."
home from On March 13: 1922 Mr. Clark added
Mlsr Helen Sklppr. of Lakeland. are Tampa Tuesday where tery. I
in KisHmmee visiting Rev. and lire they were! summoned as jurors in the --- --- ---- ,: "Tho cure Doan's Kidney Pills.
W. C. Norton. Federal court. Both presented valid JAMES: : !n. FISHER DIES j gave 'me has been permanent and I -_
excuses and were discharged.City -- -- ,I enjoy the best! of health. I our glad -
Everfast suiting i. guaranteed to -- ..lameI I II. Fisher, a vetcian' of th-:> I to again recommend Doan's. ,

not fade. Ask McCAULEY'S. tax bocks will close Saturday Confedeiute army, who has lived in i I tiOc, at all dealers. R

March 31' A penalty of five per cent Kissimmee for the past two yearn, Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. rnNOTICE

Misa Lillian Porter Hart a member will be added if not paid by that drte. i died. Sunday, February .a!, at the age I --.---- is hereby given that
---- -- - -
of the party of visiting Californians, J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. of 78. ,
arrived in Kissimmen Sunday t
her brother M. If. Porter. 'i where he lived for the greater part ( the, tax books of,Osceola"County
Clarence and Edward Norton
Have your Sunday dinner at )OuPont's Saturday to Monday vitfttng trfirnnrents. puichtiMU'l. property and made his 'County: ., ."* \

,Cafe "In' the' Heart of Kissimmee. .' Dr. and* Mrs. W. C.' Norton. home; He ,wan u deacon of the First I at the following precincts will ,close promptly on April_ "
With them were two friends from Baptist church ot. this city and .wa.... on the dates given below for the pur
-- !Southern' College. Hen lamlll Kistler known by his. faithful attendance a t
Dr. and Mre. I). Vets! of I pose receiving tax returns of both First. All
Sanders church
and f Bradwell nrantle)'. und Sunday school. Althoughunable heal und personal taxes for the
property. year
Youngstown, Ohio, arrived in Ki ill- to hear even the song he always
simmee yesterday from the vist Sump folkr: are missintr and some made it a point to attend all'i|' It i is! very nocersary thut propels

coast, for a few days visit are getting mighty big bargains 'in church services on account of. the example owners furnish the tax al"eS80with 1922 not paid by that date will
--- shoes' at cur; store. All prices cut low In would thereby set. ''rt I I complete signed list of their! real I
Pare Florida earn frehhly Flornheim I Male, owing to the fact that the
syrup nn and r>ougl s shoes and Fau'rul held !sujoicme. -
made. At the Independent Grocery, oxfords, nt McCauley'sMr. day from I the services First, were Htiplist -t, !! court has ruled that: pioperty Be delinquent and
( | subject
whore I to
you get other good thing to -- were not returned by the owner, or agent
eat : and Mrs.? II. C. verylargely! by I 1 must be )
Cole w'th MiToli''s his : iissescl! us UNKNOWN, y
manyfriends i anti admirers. the ,
Miss Ada Z.-Wagner- will father, Jackson Ccle, of New.Nt.w Rev .1. ,\. Sutton officiating, afterwhlih j Therefore. ploase bring; correct list. sale. In writing this office relative '
open Ion. Jersey, and :Miss
Si'san S. I Shingle. Creek
kindergarten clHsw. tH. la tie- the body wax hipped) to hifOII1H'I' Precinct No.Morriay 2,
J'Art> Luke of
New Jerce.1.are .
of next week In the offices over the home ill Hack Hay, Yi.g-vtui I| foicnopn, February 12.jCainplieH'H .
visiting Kissimmeo
gliest1of Station Precinct N". taxes please furnish '
Wonner-Sawyor book store. Mr. and Mrs. IF. Clay Stanford. ItESOI.l'TIONSWheiens ; ): :Monday afternoon 12. IJ, ,
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City tax tracks will close Saturday, Pure Florida cane syrup, freshly our bi loved Sister, Sarah I Nurcoos-, Precinct; No. 8, Tues I description of
March 31. A penalty of five per cent made. At the Independent Grocery, Pit-Mitt, was a chatter member ofoul'l day forenoon, February: your propertyand

will be added if not naid by that date. where yon get other goal; things to Temple, and one of its most. faithful i I Deer I'aik. Precinct'No.' ft, Thursday
J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector.10-tf eat. I lurwl'l anil active workers.Whereas forenoon February 15.Kenunsville enclose postage.

---- (loil has permitted her togo ,
c\' Mr. Precinct No. fi, Satur-
and Mrs. H. Y. Franklin of
Mrs. Howard' Smedal, of Minneapolis Cooksville, Missouri have arrived to. on ahead. to be with Him in Glory,1 day forenoon, February 17.

is in Klssimmee visiting her parents spend several months visiting F. A. we bow in humble submission to the Lokosee, Precinct Ni}>. U, Saturday
and sister Mr. and Mrs. A. H.Spier will of Him who death nil thinK well .
Strcup, at his Fish Lake farm. Mr. Wehall. : February 17. -- - - -

and Miss Mary Spier. Franklin is looking this section over Sinter and gieittlv hold her mice in our deare beloved ivmemborance :Mulberry Sink, Procinet No. 10,

See und may decide to locate in this vici Monday forenoon, February 19.
our new voiles gaze marvel ; ,|
tissues, silks, etc., at McCAULEY'S. nity. Therefore Be It Resolved: That I |, Saint ('loud precincts will be* JidI '
-- while the members. of K'ssininue' i i vevtiseil, later.Kissimmee '-
City tax books will close
Mlaa Elizabeth Conard. who is attending March 31. A penalty of five Satu'tF per cent\y. Temple No. 21 I deeply feel their own f j pn-cituts, from ;.Marihi C. L BANDY

the Cathedral school In Orlando will be added if not paid by that date.J. lows, we extend to her family out/ I to April I I.
Is spending the week-end with love/ an/I! 1
R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. >yr i >:athy. and commend W. I. BARUER: ,
her nether, at the Graystone. 10-tf them to our Heavenly Father, who irf i Tax Assessor.
able. to sustain. and comfort in this
Par Florida cane syrup, freshly Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck returned from, dark hour of sorrow. and! tints of trou- TAX COLLECTORREARRANGEMENT
made. At the Independent Grocery, ble.
Atlanta where she
Tuesday spent
where you get other good things to That of these resolutions
week in the wholesale millinery a copy be
eat. houses buying goods and getting th- sent to the family, one to The Valley BENNETT'STOR

Kindergarten classes will next latest ideas in spring styles.. Her (tiaictli; : for, publication, and one h"r".d. -
open ...' in minutes 1 .
millinery our ] 1--- - -- - -
announcement -
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Mothers of the little folk will appear" ----- ------
this issue. ELIZABETH: W AHfN(;. :
givenparticulars regarding hours 1I OF KITCHEN
-- ROBERTA RIVERS.: I,! I strations given by extension workers
and prices by phoning No. 94. c LIGHTENS HOUSEWIVES' TASK over 21,000 families
George Main superintendent of the PEARL1E: ; B1tYAN.I' are reported as
City tax books will close Saturday waterworks system at Daytona, pns March .iri through Kissimmee yesterday.!\ crtosin ATTENDED J "FEEDING: New equipment is not always required arrangement and management; 7,000
31. A penalty-of five per cent SATURDAY I ,
will be added if not paid by that dnte. Main scent; the day at Saint Cloud' in SCHOOL to make home kitchens more kitchens were rearranged, 5,000 water -
connection convenient and. I less tiring to work in systems installed
J. R. with the city council on 10 Ibs Honduras 8,000 washing
Gilbert city clerk and collector. matters connected with the Saint U. F. (Crosby of the Floiiiln Feed Fancy Rice 79' i says a report to the United States machines and 4,000

10-tf Cloud waterworks. Stores( hi1tcturned from a short 10) !10. Blue Ruse Rice__ 59c I' department of agriculture on exten- purchased, 65,000 steampressurecookers homes

Many books are missing from the visit to Jacksonville, where ho attended )10() II>H Sugar': -- - -_______89c sion-agent work. Much can be done screened, 4 000 septic tanks installed,
J. M. Wil'son' has received! word! a school of livestock feeling, i by rearranging the already and 7,000
W. J. and C. J. Fripp library. Please 10() t hklrr Washing Powder.39c lighting systems laced in
conducted hy the Purina .
from Pr. Kelly in Baltimore that Mills. on hand such aa grouping objects farm homes. {
at once to Mrs. Fripp.or leave 2 20c Hollies Stuffed Olives 25c;
Among the subjects discussed
thorn Mrs. Wilson's operation last Saturday were, commonly used in the preparation -- ----
at Wenner-Sawyer's book store. was very satisfactory, end that "Lowerinn th" cost of Milk 1'-,"hII' 4 Burl Larce S'ze"; J''elgNnpthn of food 01 those used for washing Still Gassing

tion" "The Secret of Horse ____ __ ___ l Dumb Dan's
Quality -shows in Holenroof silk she is convalescing nicely. Mrs. Will- Power, Soap 25c or storing dishes or articles be- grand-daddy "blowed"
hose; $1 to $3. at MeCauley's. son will probably return to Kissim "EIt'P' prort"'on"" and "Lowering/ 2 20c pkgs! Seeded i Raisins2*>c- :onging to the cleaning outfit. In out the gaa. Now Dan just steps on it. d

mee in two weeks. Pig Mortality. 2 20.<) pkgs; Dried> Apple' __25c many cases: the attention of the
Walter Bass, Bert Ainsowrth, andA. -- Charts of the digestive ...y"tl1I11ef j housewife is drawn to the need of KISSIMMEE
B. Yoder of the Kissimmee Concert Mrs. A. J. Jones was in Kissimmeea different animals weT shown. snd! 1 Cnn Eagle Brand Milk__22c dome work requiring a good light bya : PLUMBING

Band, are playing with the Orlando few hours this wek looking: after chemical analysis of different feeds. j 5 Buts 80 Lava Soap_-_ ___23c: window, or by haying a good suspended SHOP '

band at the Orlando fair this business interests. She was aeco-np-x- explained. ,I Ii( Cans Pcttel Meat ___ ___25r I light flt night. One widely I
week. pled by her brother, A. S. Carter, who Culling the flock or herd was a keynote Biff lot National Biscuit Crnck-: adopted improvement is that of giv
lfY'ove'with her from Mr. of the ichpol, and much time
Tamp 'ra-all froth-Sc package ing; old floors an easily cleaned sur!
Pe\ Florida cane' svrup, freshly Jones was indisposed and did not wig given to record Keeping; ; on the' Many bargains in per our store. face. A number of simple contrivances Nothing Too Big '

made. ,At the Independent Grocery, ; make his usual trip. farm. I Give us a trial. can be made at home to lighten
where you get other good things, to Executives from the St. I ')ul" cf- th'j housework, and frequently the Nothing Too Small ,
eat. Mrs. Lucian Lucas whose husbandIs fices of the Purina company say. that WE APPRECIATE YOUR farmer himself will assist by building

secretary of the Clearwater Evening proper feeding will) lower costs of TRADE shelves, a folding ironing board
Captain Clay Johnson' returned to Sun. -visiting her father C"o- nroductlon of milk, ecrgrs, pork or i dresses wheel tray, and other labor-, All, Work Guaranteed '
Moore Haven Wednesday after a tain L. D. Frost, in Saint Cloud. She !hei'e rower by 20 to 40 ,percent. -- saying conveniences, :, ; ?
week'g, soioorn In K'saimm' H. ".as a Kissimmee'visitor Sunday wiO Mr. Crosby pUns to hnv a Purina I Improvements in farm kitchens are t. To Be Safisfitctay. '

left the"Oscola'rtlod. ,upt Moore Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Agree, .parr field man visit him soon, to help. producers I 6 'BROADWAY.' : KISSIMMEE r being carried on. in practically all the _

Haven. .ent ,of Rev. M. B.. Ayen. I(I in this section ,..-: states., ,Last'year-." ,'."through emo..I'1. ''- 5 Br a !fay..': Telephone'143M ;
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.....___......__.Fred 'Lupfer MUSIC DEPARTMENT;. YE ELEVEN COMMANDMENTSI. : :. :: '
Assistant Editor.-.Alberta. Bronson '.: !'. ,
About' this time of the year the pupils Thou. shalt not take the name I 1

VOLt Reporter Are beginning to cultivate their of the teachers in vain., They might .:

Twelfth Grade____Lewis Campbell voices (whether they really have overhear you. it: ,

Eleventh Grade.____._____Mae Wlnn them or not) so that they may be II. Thou shalt not pass notes to ;
Editor Tenth Grade____--Klmbrough Oliver able to. take part in the Commencement thy neighbor's sweetheat. Thy neigh"

Assista Ninth. Grade .__ sjnging. Last Friday Mr. bors might pass thee a discolored\ -;-..
'___.Catherine Denning Shaver told us that the Board was optic. ;"'
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Music Department___lena Snodgrasa going to get a vocal teacher for us III. Thou shalt not swipe more
THE so we could form a regular glee club than one ream of paper from thyneighbor's
und have some good singing. We locker. One ream is all
Do you not think it about time that have already been encouraged by thine own locker will hold.
'The building
Kisiimmee had a high school Miss Lfitner who said that even
IV. Thou shalt not kid a: girl in
publish ? In 1905 the present Osceola without any training we could beat the hearing of a teacher lest thou
mee V High School building wan erected for one of the glee clubs that sang at of Is
the be kidded out thy effort grade.V. Where the Greater Value
attendance of
the ha eighteen the
years been the teachers' convention at St. Pe Thou shalt not pop thy gum in
at school has gradually increasing.At
cur So this of
tersburg. everyone lest
year class 'thou shouldst become con-
had aago the present time there is great for us is going' to sing his best and we spicuous by thy absence.VI. step into the drivPatent.d). It costs ;you
b difficulty in finding seating room
no wa. the .student* when we assemble in .the and are going the best to have the best glee] club Thou shalt not wear thy galoshes YOU seat of your Over1. because of overall
Commencement singing
they v auditorium. Another thing what are that; we have ever had. for overshoes.VII. turned. up lest they be taken land without contortion. tires, sturdy. construction:

Wen the our about high cooking school girl and going house-keeping to know, NOTESLast Thou shalt not whisper in I (There is ample room beand a gasoline mileage of :::'..

was n when the school is not fitted for the i the assembly. The teacher in charge .tween wheel and door-jamb. 25 and better. You take .: '

zettehigh teaching of domestic science There Monday morning the school loves not the musical jingle of the You find standard Control pride In the longer lines ; ;.

be for the whose was again visited by Rev. Scott Bapist voice.
training boys
can no
hood lower seats. : :
with interest lies' in manual training. The tl evangelist, and Mr. Elney singer VIII. Thou shalt not ask permissionto You ride in greater comfort higher :: :

-High entire student body would be willingto who conducted the opening -exercises.Mr. leave the assembly. Wander aimlessly ;r ,.cause of the easy cradling Drive an Overland tod reaK ': I

o sac help raise the money for a new Klscy led the singing and the o'er the building at thy will. Triplex Springs ice the difference. : :
time school building. All together! Lot'i .chool sang the same songs that we I IX. Thou shalt not hesitate to .
we sh go. We need it. had sung the Monday previous, but conglomerate in the hallways. The :"".. ""rA/., ...,...0..'.... ...."......*,is TA.3.twr / .......'M .. :

one o what a difference! This time the teachers enjoy the thrill of "wading ; : .:
OHCEOI.A HIGH 'STANDS( HIGH singing was much better. This shows through." r

that what we really learn we do not X. Thou shalt not study more than :.. :
TH1The In 1914 a few of the high schools forget. Then Mr. Scott gave us a thou can't help. By a process of collection !- :
I in Florida were put on the accredited talk on the first chapter of Proverbs thou cans't "let the other fellow "; .

High list of schools. Osceola High was which we all enjoyed very much. We do it." .:.-: ,"-.

look!ii one of these pioneer, and }has been enjoy good talks and we wish thatwe I XI. Thou shalt not grab and confiscate ....,.,..t-.... :.; '

schoothing on the list ever since To be xm the could have more visitors that I the sandwiches from the eleventh -" ". .
accredited list not only moans that ; would l leave with us' some good new grade girls. Thou shouldst at & .

temp all students graduating from one thoughts. least know common honesty.FranklIn '.. \> 6O- .:.' .
school, Into Comment. rj :.: ...(
succe (an get any ( --- '. , -
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sportletics without taking entrance .' An co .I . ,,', .-_
ege Experience
nation, but that that school has at "A llarlcm goat !twas feeling fine, I: While he was away on a trip, ".....". .:>cuUn ..- :"<1:'.',: :

us no' least four good teachers; that the library I Ate three led shirts right off the line. Coach Cason told the Physics t-".' 'i4"32S Jt..JawvSlb C.... '7.5 l;., '= :
lessestab facilities are class to write a theme on "The III,- .p -
and laboratory I portance of the Sun." This is of AR PrI N I. .. a..T..... ;;;
adequate for the needs of instruction; I put a rope across his back, one -
to re| finally that the method of instructionIs And led him down to. the rail road the themes he received: 1r-T7:

standbiggt accepted by all colleges and universities track. I "The run is a rather large object ... -
belonging to the Accredited 'Twas plain to see that he must die, which comes up in the morning ..;;
this Association. As round the bend the train drew (when it is not cloudy) and sets in ..
Ma nigh. the evening! to give the moon a
learnmean ATHLETICS chance to shine. If it were not for
the sun the girls would not have to . -
lie /gave a shriek of mortal pain ----1-- -
Last Friday night the boys' and thegirls' Coughed those shirts and flaggedthe patronize the drug store to get rid _
up h-;.
School _
teams of Osceola High train." of their freckles. The sun is some
To< journeyed south to meet Lakeland form Author Unknown. 95 million miles away from the earth

to d< double-header basketball game. I The goat remembered that while but many rimes it feejs' like it could
spiritWe Both games proved to be a bit oneidd. I there was life there was hope. I I be 95 million more miles away. It is - -
Lakeland was too fast for Kis- a very pleasant object to look at.
onni inmee. Chapman and Bullock made Quit. Logical Some say.that it is between the earth KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

the wveral long shots from center which Doyle In' Algebra class-"Miss and moon. (Here's hoping they don't

Born< proved that we could shoot even if Shockley, why can't you take 2a from2c run together.) E. K : _ . ._ : .____ _: h _
sport we did get beat 47 to 10. But alas! ?" )
1. Luckily for the Kicsimmee boys this i. Miss Shockley exaspt\rated-"Doy- Oh, dear! the Freshmen have been r-
2! did in the tournament trying to write stories for English I--n
game not count le, could I take you from this room ? some -
of class. There drawbacks Osceola Growrrn, fertlilser----- 1.81 6 pound sugar to each pound of her-
because of the ineligibility of some Doyl"You could. are many 22.55L'
sure and oil
4. the Lakeland players during football I ; for instance if the beginningof '.upfer L, Bandy A 1'rathcr.comml..I..u rae. 1.13 Uome Demonstration Column nea. Cook rapidly in a porcelain-

_lIOn. The girls' game was simply An extract from a ninth grade a story were good the ending was I' Water and Light riant____- -.-_ 65.50 lined vessel, stirring with a wooden

0, a "run-away.' Vivian Floyd played English paper: "Pretty soon the passengers I| poor; if the grammar were perfect. Mrs-K Ilrookhlre _care____ of__Our_ __. 16 OK MISS ALHINA' SMITH spoon. Frequently move the spoon
a rood game at guard but this did saw a bunch of cowboys 1 the spelling was not; and if the plot I F ence O Jlryan.Thompson malntenanc.u fund. lf>.00 across the pan being careful' to mow
not prevent Lakeland} from shooting coming across the desert with cloudsof were interesting the punctuation 1* K Morgan setting booths._ 7.25 Strawberry Prn", the mixture from the bottom of It.
baskets and making the score 63 too dust issuing forth from theirhorsea' spoiled it. Will they ever reach per- W B Hnell. sos and oil--- - 3u '. Do not stir too rapidly or beat the
I'| W II llaklnaon, suppliesIJudffe --___--_ S2.TO 1 pound berriespound sugar. mixture. A
In their favor.Proceedings. | heels. fection at that rate ? thermometer is useful In
Comer, 'Insanity CU.B* No. 1. Select large firm, ripe fruit. cooking jams. Cook the
. J 8 and B (1------------------ 400 mixture to
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I Dr. K L> rby.hlre, sam 4 00 cap. degrees F. At this point it should
Of The JH. O. Partin and carried, the clerk carried. Iir II Hrlnnon. same u _-___ . . 4.00. the caps pull out the pithy give the jelly test. Jam is thicker
I was instructed to draw warrants in The clerk presented estimate of H W B K Floyd Hanaell.sui.piies------------ga.--------------- 3V 701K.40 center from the berry. This makes' cold than hot and care should be tak.

County Commissioners payment of each. county engineer on Pine Island road, ''A M McCauley shoes. __ _-_____ 2..0M an aperture through which the syrup. en not U> cook too long.
-- I Leo II. Wilson reported that D. A. the total amount being $989.20, less I IW II Makl",,''". paInt----------- 5 jtO may easily penetrate. Place the fruit

The Board of County Commission Bass was using! his own car in hauling an advance payment to L. H. Ingram \* A I'lcrcc painting <'". _hoimvlt __._ 72.10 in an aluminum or porcelain-lined CARD OF THANKS
A Itass. rAre *
era in and for Osceola county met in produce from the county home to contractor. at the January meetingof I Heed .. *nn regular session at 10 a. m., on February I market; that Mr. Bass would like the $300, leaving a balance due Mr. W ABhton foreman___ __ ._-_1100.00 vessel about three inches above an Intense BENJAMIN BAIRD. KISSIMMEE
for 6, there being present E. L. D. county to take care of the running Ingram of 68920. Thereupon J. M. I tHin Drown convict Kuard__ __ 40.00 flame and by shaking the vessel (Deceased)

TeSc'In Overstreet chairman: J. M. Hansell, ,expense of the car. Upon motion of Hansell! made a motion that the said I A E H nUb..rt.William shoes, lumbor----------___________- 7.00 4.U'. keep its contents constantly agitated Kissimmee, Fla., Feby' 12th 1923.
4 H. O. Partin, A. F. bass, and R. V. II. O. Partin, seconded by J. M. Han balance be paid. Motion was seconded F Lupfer rrather Kan and oil.. 210.21 until the heat has extracted the juice Mrs. Baird (and mother) desire to
wiek ''Phillips commissioners; Johnston & sell and carried, it was decided the by R. V. Phillips and carried and lit H Floyd mule feed---------- n..14 from the fruit and melted the sugar thank her many friends for'their
Garrett, attorney for the board and I R H Floyd. supplIes----------- 63.10 sufficiently to form a then sympathy with her in the
teams on the farm could be used for the clerk was instructed draw war _. .. 177. < syrup; sad loss of
F C mule fOH'd.-
". ,' ,\, J L. Overstreet, clerk. such work and Mr. Bass to be so Informed rant. II U Hryan.Hartley, road auppll-*...?,. 5.24 place the vessel directly above the her husband. who passed away on the
tham , \ '.I"The board was called to order byh by Mr. Wilson. The clerk called board attent'on J fj rt-lonmi foes... flame and bring to a boil., Boll rapid. 7th inst.
'\ v'its chalnnan, and the minutes of the The Clerk presented bill of F. E. COUNTY COMMISII .. GAL TWOto Jim ClemnioiiH rouil work.r...; .: SI CO ly for 8 minutes. ..Cover the vessel Mrs. Baird cannot express In words

.board for the month of January read C. Ry. Co., for demurrage on cars, the revision of the pension roll for a nrutison.Peterson, road road work work52.00__. 65.CO and set aside until the fruit is plump the gratitude she feels toward* those
and approved.The brick to Melbourne road. $84. Upon Osceola county. The board thereupon Walt'-r Ilayc-i>. ramp cook.____ 50.00 and partially cool (about 45 minutes). who sent so many beautiful floral
giTb following bonds were presented motion of II. O. Partin, seconded by proceededwith their duties. llormr I'nrtln. roa.l work____ __ si.r<) Pack in sterilized jars and seal. I tributes to her late husband, and will

tQ the: board for examination: mid A. F. Bass, the matter was referredto Commissioner J. M. Hamteil .stated .\4 A K K.-ur hues.... ,road l-l"ltd work-----------Inspection..___ (200 JUO It is not wise to attempt to cook ever remember and appreciate their

JO approval: L. R. Farmer, to investigate and that Mrs. John Nettles had made retO1't Frank HarnH.. rood work.- __ 64 00' more than two quarts of berries attune a kindness and respect.MATILDA.
Notary bond of Lewis O'Bryan, report to the boom if the bill wall to him of her need of assistance ('nmller I.uinlicr <'o. lunilx-r, 268 C.C+ by this method The product isunifoimly BAIRD.
of /f>' O Hr 'an. "UiiIiek---------. 124 !5>0 satisfactory.Nt. .
with American Surety Company coriect. from the county. Upon motion of M. .. road work 20' 00
H..h..tVul'r. .
New York as surety: notary bond of I Bill)) Of C. 0. Delcsderner for \lumber O. Partin seconded by A. F. Bass A C 1 1. It..II rm.1. freightS _._.-- J3 15 2. Make a syrup of 26 ozs. of Last year inspectors from the bureau -
Coft pst Johnston with J' me M. John. I furnished to Bull and Tyson and carried, the matter was passed.' I <'lf ini,n.iii,!!. n>ud. woik-- _- -- : ". 0') sugar and ri; ozs. of water. Add 2 His. of animal industry of the United
sureties asked WI.; TTa.s. .-I1. KIIH -itxl, oil_. P. 2374'J of washed, capped and stemmedstrawberries. States department of agriculture
-ton. and O. I Carrett, as ; creek bridges, was presented for payment Commissioner R. V. Phillips IlilliiI -_.. 5 90)
Z ItohlH '
bond Of C. II. the board to authorize fence right in. Bull until it reaches passed on the health of nearly 25 000-()
Padgett, as deputy the Maid ampunt; being $170.94 on I IW"'I\\U"! I.uinlter" *'o.. luntlr 64 37
0, aheriff, with E. R. Padgett and M. M. Upon motion of A. F. Buss seconded of way of Dock Stephens' place set |. ,,.." mini. Hti'l'| 1)\1.\ '." 43 uln > l' 222 degrees F., or 106 degrees C. 000 head of sheep with the special reference
Miller as sureties and bond of E. S.I I' by II. O. Paitin and carried the hack Upon motion of H. (1. Paitin.; '> lill Oiiin. r,,"" win, 'k n .. .tin' Skim puck, pour syrup over them 1 to the presence of scabies aparasitic

Moore, deputy sheriff, with L. M. Au- clerk was Instructed to write to Mr. seconded by A. F. Bass, the matterwas 11''J"*' Jhi.t..ii.;\It-"n..k.y.'. i- process 5 minutes anH seal. disease that causes a great
L. sureties. II Commissioner Phillips -- -. No. :3. Cover 2 Ibs. of washed. I deal of loss to ranchers if it is allowed -
try and 11. Ingram, as Delesderner that the board could not referred to C Ui-lflln', leiiiilmI ::4< fin ,
Upon motion of A. F. Bass, secondedby pay the bill until it was accepted by who was instructed to take such I il: l Kolx-rtH, mad \\ ..rk I : I" capped I and otcinmod strawberiif to gain headway in flocks. More

II. O. Partin and carried all of the county engineer and a report action as was' necessary.The N F I.1 J III 15onii.'IK In ,.road..".1 w'work..iK. till. nil IMIAO ) with 20 OZK. of sugar. Let stand over than 8.800,000 of these \\sheep were

the above bonds were approved. \ made to them. I board! having agreed with the I} \v. U..I".,"*". r"t. w..rk _ 62. fill night. In the morning pour the dipped to destroy the parasites. The
lIon. S. W. Porter appeared before The board took a recess until 'J! I Kissimmee Cpncert Band, to allow Jnrk Ijinib. mini "'-,"'k_ __ __ .2611 juict thus obtained into a preserving disease is quite prevalent in a numberof
the board in the interest of surety I p. m. them $250 from the special publicity John Sylvcstcr. lonil woik, __ '112. fin,, kettle, add berries and cook t > 220 the western range states, but the

company with which bond trustees of The board re-convened at 2 p. m., 'I fund. and the director of the bourj
S. R. & B. Dist No. 2 are bonded and a full board being present. having agreed to take a trade accep i 10 K Krown. untie fcrd _ 4 46 pack, pour syrup over them and process resulting in improvement.
reported that the bonds of said trustees lion. C. S. Acree came before the tance. Upon motion of Commissioner Albert Itii**. labor At fa ,in_ 27611 I 5 minutes and seal.Sun .
J Hlnimonn, ro..d Wfitk-- 2"l 60
in full force and effect. board there J. M. Hansell! seconded by Commissioner ('ookrd
were and stated was apparently Osecola IIdw (rno. s.ppItee_ 521r. !Strawberry Preserve
Commissioner A. . Bass asked if I a slight change made in the II. O. Partin and carried the \'alt..r Haiclny 1..1 l lvork 7 5'' I The berries" should be washed capped -
the bill for shouldering road between right of way of the Pleasant Hill clerk was instructed to draw trade John Patti nne mule _____ 175.4l.. stemmed, drained and measured.

Kissimmee and Loughman had been road. but he was assured by the acceptance to the band for said Fleming No.r10'and''''. Snii.rouil iu5.fei4 work___.-.. 20'K.Oil 5 90+ I Allow an equal weight of sugar for

paid by the state road department chairman there was no such change amount and sign the same as clerkof A J ....u>.. rond work u __ 17.50K fruit. For each two pounds of berries -
the clerk reported that claim had that the original survey on the said the board. K 1. I> "\ I (III+ measure one-fourth cupful of
been made as directed by the department road would be maintained. Mr. Acree The tax collector's report showed O W Itriin*. luinlx _ .. ._ 21 I 42 berry juice and heat with the sugar.

but payment of the amount due then suggested that the board open amounts collected' 'an follow: Licenses tl OeorKe I Hurber.Kulllvan load, road work work_ 27 7 00 60++) Cook and pour over the whole berries:

the county had not been paid. Upon up a road running! south from the $10.50; and for polls, $48. W Y Seloortl. road w motion of II. O. Partin seconded by Point to the county line that they Report of county depository showed Cllmore Sullivan. loud uuik, _ I GOO for three or four days bringing/ -
,.,, ... . .
Will Dlx r..t work 6 26
A. F. Bass and carried Johnston and ask the Polk county board to meet balances in several funds! Febru- (harle.>. Knilth. road work.. ... 125 doors each night. Dampness is a
Garrett as attorneys for the board. this road therebv opening up a large ruary' 1, as follows: Joe Hunter, rond work .- 0 00 great foe to successful. sun cookery.
were instructed to take matter up tract of undeveloped lands in both Oeneral rev"nu" fund _-.n -$ 1740." Walter Jo,.... road work ___ 12r.! Allow the fruit to remain in the sun
with the road department.Leo I i and also shorten Fine and forfeiture-_ 1X80 II C Thomafl road work-__ 2 60
the distance
counties Itoad and bridge _-.. - _ 1' S.41Hoerlnl Lewis H Johnn. .work on lirlilKCBMm 176.00 until it i is well plumped and the syrup
H. Wilson county agent, made I, of travel. road fund __ -- h 1046801 Ida Iia,. car Di>n Itrown'H has thickened almost to a jelly. If
report on costa of conuty fair, filing ;I The clerk presented several letters Tick Eradication S29C S* rhlld -_ .__. -_ _ 30.00 the sun fails to Rhine keep the preserves -
an itemized statement with the board from Messrs. Johnston &: Garrett. addressed The following warrants" were" examined \j II Ingrain I bnl! due on P I road 246 0(1( in a cool oven. Pack in We
approved and ordered paid: II I II I .54 sterilized manufacture size
M Uratton. ord.-r > nuriimH 242 any
showing entire transaction. He asked I I to the board relative to their Uemeral ..1'.....* H Aultman. by order Lt IIComer. jars and seal.
the board if they were in position at i duties the said letters were each E I> I> commis Inlrram __huU.h 2"000+ 4+ Strawberry Preserves tombstone. Buy direct and
this time to take care of expense of read in the presence of the board and sioner.. 2 meeting!-1 19_tt E._. cad Ferfel4nr? F..dlud..e
certain prizes offered which matter I I were ordered filed. J M Hancell. name __ __ _ 00 Juv court--------S 12 60+ (French Recipe) save agent's commission.
Henry 0 1'urtln. same 1120 W H MaklnBon. blanket to jail 7 nOR Wash and
was passed on account of shortage ,., The clerk presented certificate from A H Ba.... same--------------- 1200 O Mlnlck. medlrlne ._ _ __ 10 .6 cap the berries. For every Write
of funds, to be cared for later. ; the comptroller of the state showingthe R V Phillip same-----------'_ 1200 l)r II Brinaon *ervlreii_ 600I. pound of fruit taken allow % lb. us a line.
' J. E. Johnston, county engineer, I Bank of Osceola County had J L Overatreet. clerk_ _ 1IHOO R Farmer. cae of 1'; OR rn..r_ IK+5 6(1, of sugar. Add the sugar to the ber-
Johnston A Uarrett attorney. IO.M I. R Farmer cost caao J H Key 10 6(1( ries and let them stand for several
reported that he had ordered rock to' made the required bond and was recognized Milton Pledger pro.. atty_ 13.S3 I. H )Farmer nervant at Jail 31 01)) ) hours LAKELAND MARBLE AND
repair the arphalt road between St. as county depository. Thereupon T L, Comer county judge", 26.00 I. K Farmer feeding prlBonemOnceola 8*.40) until a syrup is formed. Place
Cloud and Melbourne which would on motion of J. M. Hansell. 1H Farmer care of Jail. .. 12.SO lldw Co. supplics _. 27 75 I over a flame and bring to a boil.
probably have to be paid for upon seconded by A. F. Bass an-i carried, .1 K Hass jrnltor_ .S.00 B U tory game waiden. 2 mo110) (0 ID) When the contents of the vessel have
L'I{ Wilson county Rftent"' 150.00I Milton I'ledicer conv. feeMelbeurme 40 +00
delivery. Upon motion of J. M. Han- the clerk was instructed to notify the A Bass, foreman Co. home __ 66.00 Head-- j been boiling for one minute remove GRANITE WORKS
Bell seconded by A. F. Bass and carried Peoples' Bank of St. Cloud to transfer Chamber Commerce half rent_- 10.00Chamb..r Ira Wetherbee, Interp.Luu S 60 (00 and set in a cool place to stand over
the clerk was instructed to take all funds of the road and bridgp Commerce, nt. Cloud O H I'rather Int..r..L.u __ lli..O.). night. On the following day again G. L. BLACKBURN Proprietor
half rent 8000 Bo Clay Mfir, Co" brick----- 437 (+0Pcopi.'a'
care of the matter if it should come fund to the Bank of Osceola County. Wm I Barber oommllon_ 23512 Hank." InternalAdvertlslnff __ __ 330 5 00+ I bring to a boil] and allow the boiling
up. I I The matter of designating a news- ...1........ Special Publlei4,. to continue for two minutes. Remove Lakeland Florida
A. M. Sensiba came before the paper as the official organ of the Mra I II Halknlll'htuuUIi.OO Mica Alblna Kmtlh. county canning from the rtove and place in a cool 1-t(
board I Mamie Padgett 20.00 anent nnunn.__ t BO oo+ I olace until the third
representing his brother's interest ccunty was called Upon motionof day. Again brin-r
up. Rhoda Campbell - 1500 Special publicity __ __ ._ 415,64Fair
regarding the transplanting of !I Commissioner A. F- Bass seconded A M I., Chancpy- _- 1600 Fund __-_._._n Uh. _ 2408/' the contents to a boil and boil for
orange trees from right of way of'j'i by Commissioner R. V. Phillips R H Kenyon - 16.00 Paid warrant wre ordered rancelle threo minutes. Pour the fruit into
road to Boggy Creek. J. M. Hansel! !, and carried the St. Cloud TribuneSt. V A Uuckbea 1000: from the various fends a. r<>ll"wK I sterilized jars and seal immediately.
Hill Baaa 1000 General revenue _.__hU.._ $496963
made a motion that Commissioner 11.1 Cloud, Florida was designated as Mr. B William 10.00 Fine and forfeiture u_- ._ _ 214453 Strawberry Jam No. 1 .
O. Partion be i Instructed to proceed the official organ the said newapnpe W C Tanner SCO Road and bridge------------- 270444 I Over-ripe or crushed berries are
with' the work at 'Motion Tode Peterson ->-_- 8.00 Special Publicity __ Bo.oo
once. was to have the the Uh washed
printing of capped and }
delinquent A K Kennell _. 8.00 Fair' fund __ ___________ 40000 crushed. To each
,' seconded by A. F. Bass and carried. tax list for the :year: 1923. Jan Clement __-.-.T.. 8.00 There being--no further -bulne--- before pound of fruit add % Ib of sugar.
The clerk presented estimates of Commissioner A., F.. Bass then Frank Evans -- Leo the board upon a motion duly Stir constantly and cook until the
county engineer as follows: Estimate made a motion that- The- Kissimme" A P Munn. care Mr Strl<-kland. 8.00 seconded and carried they adjourned proper consistency is reached. Relieve U with
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work Bull and KOK Peterson -- ?-- -_.?- 7.00 C B. L. D. Ovemtreet Chairman. '
oil Tyson creeks to L Valley Gazette, Kissimmec Floridbe -*. Mr. M Bronion ----._-__-__-- '.00 Attest: J. J... Overtreet. Clerk. Strawberry Jam N6. 2 i Dr.KIN
S. Johns. $175.32. and estimate of given all printing .tent out by th- Hamuel Montdoea __..?___.._. f.00Mr Select fruit V4 of which ,
trickfrom Southern Clay Mfg. Co. j. hoard of county, .' commissioners o'Oscnbla It 0 LlvlnKton.-,-.__:;__ 1.00 Is of no Importance is under NEW
> '.Melbourne, road ( ..... ....... ripe. Wash quickly so as not to havei DISCOVER
to $437.90.
"I 3 Upon eou ty. Motion was secondedby B M Itoblftdbn court library..___I1S.OO to a merchant than gasoline Is the berries water soaked. theJmlly
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Legal Advertisements o, ARID at the HERE8 next cession jtfven of notice the Legislature that. In Ida..Circuit 'Court Oeoeol sUPT-County, JI'J..... ,I I FI rida: Development +I, t I

+ .0 of th. State of Florida apply for plalnant Town. o. 'Kleammee. City. Com J Board Notes I

+ .. ..oo .4. .4j...... the from pa.running*... of at a large law prohibiting In Oeceola hoes.' Lot. U yer.ulI to ;.1 lea of Lesley s T < Backaches relief I

ty, Coun. Addition The ''Florida Development B...a'd I
MASTKsVS IALII providing for .
NOTICE OK Impounding of 1
hogs said The State of Florida. to all parties interested pleased Scatter painful'congestion..
and sale thereof "X makinII'owner In the to announce. that following the : i
in the Circuit Court of the Bev.nteenth of said hog: rponlbl for any I Srty'i The Town above of KlMlmmee deeoribed prop City: several month efforts to secure .; Sloans warms and stimulates the : j
Clrcult-of the State ofChancery damage. '
Judicial caused by ho*;* running at' Instituted -
In and for Oaoeola. County, In large.' A copy of *ald, proposed law I erty for the collection cult against said .prop. government forestry research office blood breaks up congestion : 1
: N..IIIn: Cole, Joined by can be aeen at my office' In the Bank of tax of the delinquent in the the state, a branch of the 1 (
nd. C..D: COLE, Complainant Ofceola County Building. KliNlmmeo. manded municipal to appear** You In said are hereby com Southern Forest Experiment Stat!,n -banishes' the train Il
v.rsua Js W.. Uoodman a I, .. ndgiven Florida PAT. cult on the t
:! ep JOHNSTON. ith day of March A. D. 1938. with headquarters in. New Orleans
Sis"Foreclosure: .Notice I* hereby .It \ Witness the Judge I
and Clerk of said has been established at Starke in
that pursuant to a final deoree Court r .
-- and the seal thereof
entered In thl. cause on the I.t day of ,NOTICB OF SUIT.. mIn 14th day of February A. D.on 1921.this the charge of LenLhaU Wyman, associate'silvaculturist. SloatisLinimentkills ,
February, A. D. 193$ I 'hall offer for J L. ,
ale and sell at, public outcryfor Cash da.Circuit CourtkO.c.ola County Flor. -* Clerk OVERSTREET.Circuit Court. I I A co-operative agreement has been palnl :
ta' hand to the hltrhest bidder at the City Cora : (Circuit: Court Seal) 10-Jt.
front door of the Court )louse In Kl.- plalnant venue; made between the United States f jr-

eltnn....', 0ceola County, ondtf.5 ur. Lots I, 4 & I J. H. Woodall". NOTICE OK SUIT est service and R. H. Smith, of Haw*
InR' the legal hour of aale. eth Sub. Dlv. Of Lot (i F. U I Co' I thorne Florida, covering a five year For rheumatism, bruises strains t
of March. A. D. 1M1 the following Add. In Circuit Court Oiceola Flor. to
dRY County
period work some of his timber
situate In The State of Florida to all L
described, Oaceola parties In da. Town of Klaslmmee Cora-
bounty, property :. terested In the above described. prop.. plalnant, versus; located on Sampson Lake, seven J 1
The Bouth half (8H) of Lot Six artS!: The Town of Klialmmee City Hen. 106' N. of BW Cor of Blk H. miles west of Starke. This tract was .

i I) of Block "E" of Robert Baas'. has Instituted for the suit aaalnt said property Run N. 4'%'. E. 7.', S.. 43H', W. (selected by government officials, after :;- .. . .0The.<.0.... .................. .. .... . .. ... . ..... .
Addition to the Town of Klsslmime collection of the delinquent 76' of W. A. Patrick' Add. .
City Flurlda aocordlna to the municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded The Slate of Florida to all In. a careful study of other'region..,
official' Plat of said Addition duly to appear In said cult on the teresled In the above described parties. prop { because it is the center of abundant .
filed and recorded. It being the Sth day of March A. U itlt. erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City supplies of young pine growth. The ;
mme Lot or Parcel of land conveyed Witness the Judge and Clerk of aald has Instituted suit against said prop. principal I object is to ascertain the I 111111 I I I I I
Court and
the seal
to the said J. W. Goodman thereof on this the erty for the collection of the delinquent
tnd Ella Helle Goodman, by J. M. 14th day of February A. D. IMS. municipal taxes. You are hereby com best way to chip and handle pine
Wlllion, Jr.. and wife. Mlnple M. J. U OVKR8TRKKT, manded to appear In said suit 0"'*the trees for a maximum production of
I Wlllson. March Stth. tail by War. Clerk Circuit Court. 6th day of March A. D. 1933. gum with a minimum of damage to
runty Deed Recorded In Deed Book (Circuit Court Heal\ 10-ft Witness. the udre and Clerk of said the timber. Since this is ,
44. 'age 11* In the .Office of the Court and the on this the young sec. .
Clerk of Circuit Court of Oaceola NOTICB UK .UIT, 14th dRY of February A. D. 1923. and growth pine it represents the secret
County, Florida, to which referenn J. I* OV ERSTRE ET. j timber of the future. Otver activities -
Is herein made. Said lot lymK In Circuit Court Oeceola County Flor Clerk Circuit Court. will include tests for fire damage
ida. Town of KlMlmmce City Com (Clrrull Court ,
and being In the Southeast Seal 10-lt ,
Oiiiirter of the Northwest Quarterof plajnant versus) effect of thinning timber and some of the goodness ef
Section! ZI,' Township It South H. S41' of Block Y L and J 10 of NOTICK OK HI'IT.' I cutting methods in that vicinity. Efforts f

Range 29 Robert Bas Add. are now being mads by the
K"VLM8 P. DAVIS.;' The State of Florida to ..* Intereated In Circuit Court. Oaceola County Flor.
As Huerlal Matr In Chancery. In the above described prop Id... Town of KUalmmeo City Complalnnnt. Florida Development Board to get /
KHIDHH STEED erty. The Town of KUalmmee City versus; I the state and government to cooperate
s..ndlura' for Complainant.5t haa Instituted suit against said prop- Lots I to line. of Block 16 of on some reforestation and grazing .
erty for the collection of the delinquent S. A. Robltmon'a Addition.
experiments of the Bread
on portion
'NOTICK OK MABTKH'S HAtH municipal taxea. You are hereby commanded The State of Florida to all patties In- a
to appear In said cult on the erected In the .above. described prop. I state prison farm near Raiford. la the
In the Circuit Court of the Bevennlh (th day of March A. D. 1933. erty. Tho Town' of Klanlmmee City ) I
<,.... Judicial Circuit of the mate'ofKlotlda Witness. the ud..e and Clerk of said has Instituted suit against said prop- A portfolio of Sealdsweet advertising Best .,
In and for Oscoola County Inrhnnrery. Court and the anal thereof on thl* the erty for the collection of the delinquentmunicipal ;, material used in the various classes and .1 I
T. N. Clark Complainant 14th day of February. A. D. 1933. taxe You are hereby commanded .1j
< of advertising mediums has been j
Gottlieb al. Respond- J. I. OVKRSTRBI3T. to appear In auld suit on the
ml t.rau*' Nolle Is hereby Clerk Circuit Court. 6th day of March, A. D. 1923. :compiled by the Florida Citrus Ex I

given that pursuant to a final decree (Circuit Court Heal) l -2tNOTICK Witness th* seal and Clerk I of said change as illustrative that a rival Food. j
entered. In this came on the 16th day Court and the thereof on this the state, does not always excel Floridain 1
OK HUIT 14th day of February, A. I>. I'.:!.
nl milland.January sell D Public IIS!. outcry I shall offer for cashIn for J. I. OVBRBTRKKT. character; and appeal of the adier- is that it is just high grade soft wheat flour I

In Circuit Court. Oaceola. County, Flor- Clerk Circuit Court. tising of her interests. j
the hlKhret bidder at the
hand to and
'fruttt door of the Court Houe In KI..lInm' .- ida. Town of KUelmmee City, Complainant (Clerk Circuit Court) 10-2t The successful development of pure wholesome. leavening, mixed right.
Osreola County. Florida, during versus: Grocers sell it. 1
for Florida Sealdsweet
Lot 4 of Hlock O of It. II. ]'. NOTICE OK SUIT oranges
the local hours of tale on the 6th.ley
and has
Drouirhf Addition grapefruit resulted
of March A. 1). 1'... the followingd
The State uf Florida to all parties Interested In Circuit Court Oaoeola County Flor from the extensive !
advertising: campaigns -
situate In OsceolaCounty.
<- property ida. BLISII MILLING CO. Seymour lad. ; ; t
Town of KlBKlmmee
Florida to-wlt In the above deecrlb..d prop City, Com which have been carried on .
erty. The Town of Kllmme City plainant. versus;
The Southwest. Quarter of the baa instituted suit against said I-ftt 2 of Block Y of ,V. A. Patrtrk'd each year by the Florida Citrus Ex- .o..o..o.o..o..o..oo..o..i.
Northeast Quarter (HW U of NK14\ property .... .. .. ..... ..
for collection of Addition.The .
the the
Twenty-five (II). Town- delinquent change. Any person may secure one I Ito
nf Section .
taxea. You are hereby. com Htate of Florida to all parties Interested
municipal of the portfolios application to .
hlp Twenty-live Twenty-rls-ht, (II, ) East Containnt lea itte day of'Malrch. A.a'i: 1923. erty. Tho Town, of Klsnlmmen City 'the Florida Citrus Exchange Tampa; to ot. 00 ...... to 0 to.0010.00 to. to. to..0... .. to 00 eo.. : I
Forty acres more or Witne the a ;. Clerk of laid has Instituted suit against said property or to the Thomas Advertising Servo II
ELIde V. DA V10. Court and the seal thereof on this the for the collection of the delinquent : ice Jacksonville which the I
A. Special' Master In Chancery. 14th day of February A. I>. 1923. municipal taxe You are hereby com- /prepared I
KltiniiH STEED J. U OVKK8TRHKT. manded to appear In said suit on the advertising copy. ForInsurance <
.wlieitore for Complainant. l-Ct Clerk Circuit Court. Sth day of March, A. D. 1828. I
Circuit( Court Seal) 10-2t Witness the Judge and Clerk of said The Florida Development Board
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Court and the neal thereof. on this the will continue under that name to I
NOTICE OK ""'IT. 14th day of February A. D. 1921. Service ;
I. C..rt .. ....- ('_.ty ...*.*. Outfit J. I. OV ERSTR EET, I function as a state wide organization,
C..ty. _.. .. FI.r4a In Circuit Court. Oareola Count-, Klor14a. Clerk Circuit Court. the decision having: been made at a '

. Town ef. Klielramee City, Com Clerk Circuit Court) 10-21 meeting of the corporation held on
Estate of Martha AlTo : (hl.( ...
In re
plainant. v rue
: . Februry 0, in agreement with the
all Creditors. Legatee., Distributee Lots I 4 and N. 1TH' of Lot 9 NOTTCI9"UT Inr... Phone 222 I
and all Persons having Claim. or and all of Lot 9 of If lock U of C. majority choice expressed by cham- ."
Demand against said Estate: .Carson'S Add. In Circuit Court Oioeola County Flor.beN! of commerce and similar orga-
You, and each of you. are hereby ao- The State of Florida to all parties In. ida. Town of Kleslmmee. City Complainant nisationa which had reported their -
tilled and req.lreto present any tereeted In the above described prop versus; I
lalma and demands whlck you. or erty. The Town of Klaalmmee City All Blocks C D of Matthew's views.
either of you. may have against the has instituted suit a.alnnt said property Addition.The I| The amendments to the charter I LUPFERS' INSURANCE AGENCY .j
estate. of Martha A. Jelirer. .....a.-d. for the collection of the delinquent. State of Florida to all parties Interested which had been endorsed by the
late of Oeceola County. Florida, to the municipal taxe are hereby commanded In the above. described prop.
undermanned Administrator .f said re to ;.ryrnU aid cult on the erty. The Town of Klaslmmee City. chamber of commerce were adoptedand

tats within two years from the date th day of March A. U. 1 IS.Wltnea has instituted suit against said property I application has been made to one __ ___ _ _d _ __ _
h..of. the Juda-e end Clerk of laid for the collection of the delinquent of the circuit judges for Duval county .
Dated Decemberth.. A. D I til.ifUQH Court and the *eal thereof on thin the taxes.' You are hereby commended for approval of the amended
a UBIOKH.Administrator. : to In said null the ,
14th day of February A. D I na.J. : appear on
Klselmmee Florida I... OV ERSTRE ET, 6th day of March A. D. 1923. .charter. i
l ..9t Clerk Circuit Court. Wltnesn the Judge and Clerk of said < The proposed amendments to the
Circuit Court Seal) 10-Zt Court and the seal thereof on this the by-laws, will be considered at a meeting
, NOTICE or FINAL DIVCHARCK. 14th day ot February A. It 1922. be held after the amended See The Sensible
In the CounlyJadge's Court .f Osoeola Clerk Circuit Court. eharte ukaa been granted, and follow' 1

County. Florida.In In Circuit Court. Oeceola County, Flor- Circuit Court Seal) 10-2t wpi
.4 at the
kla. Town of Klaalmmect City Complainant
Re: Estate of Charles W. Ward. versus; NOTICE OK BVIT. I I dis-trict 4a
deceased. Lot 1 of Block A of Robert Ba.'
Notice; la hereby given to 'all whom Add. In Circuit Court. Oaceola County Flor November 26, 1919. which was attended .
It may. concern that on the 10th day The State of Florida to all parties Interested ida. Town of Klsalmmefl. City. Complainant by representatives of considerable MID-STATE DECORATORS
,.f March A. V. 1111; the undersigned In the above described prop vereua I a
will apply to the lion. T. 1* Comer erty.. The Town of KUMlmmee City All E of A. C. L. Ity. In Block 11 number of commercial organizations
Judge of the above entitled _u.t. '.". has Instituted suit against said prop- of Ross' Addition. a resolution! was adopted Next Newby Inn
tins as Judge of Probat., at hieof flee erty for the collection of the delinquent The State of Florida to all parties Interested recommending that a state-wide development
In the County courthouse of Oeceola municipal taxe You are hereby com. In the above deacrtbed prop. 'n .. ',1 n "
County at Klsslmmee. Florida for our minded -to appear In said suit on the erty. The Town of Klaetmmee City : organization, be formed
final as executors ef the ee- Ith day of A. D. ha instituted suit against said prop. and incorporated and a committeewas .. .
tate of Charles W. Ward deceased and Witness thJocd and IJtI"rk of said erty for the collection of the delinquent .authorized effect the organization
that at the same tlm. we will presentour Court and the seal thereof on this the municipal ta"... You are hereby commanded At the of the ,--
flnal accounts as executor* of the 14th day of .February. A. 1>.. 1923 to appear In said suit on the ?, meeting committee
said estate and ask for their approval. J,, L. OVKR8TRKKT, Sth day of March A. D. 1921.. on January 12, 1920 Florida
Dated January ',' A. D. niL Clerk Circuit Court. Witness the JUdl.and. Clerk of said Development Board was selected as :
ROBT..B: P'L1ITCHBR.: Circuit Court Seal) 10-Zt Court and the seal thereof on thin the the name'for the organization it BASS COMPANY:" .
C. WATKW WARD. 14th day of February. A. D. 1911. : CONSTRUCTION -
Kxreutor of the last will and 'testa NOTICE: OK s.VIT.In J. L. OVKR8TRKKT: was granted a charter on April 29, .
ment of Charles W. Ward dee....... Clerk Circuit Court. 1920.
e-St.. Circuit Court. Ooeola County; ....or. (Circuit Court Heal) 10." CONTRACTORs'AND BUILDERS
I ida. Town of KlMlmme. City Complainant DON'T LET WORMS; BORE HOLES
Marina TO CREDITORS ,' rereni; 1WOTICIiI otf SUIT.In .
Lot 1 to 1' tea of Block I of. IN YOUR CUCUMBERS WOOD BRICK STONE;
I. ...,.. ..... .. .......... 1. 1 *, 1, I. I, .e. 14 11 of Roa ida. Town ef, Xumlmate City Com : STEEL STUCCO .
AdJ.The : plainant. ver*..; Mr. Trucker, .remember that along N. F. BASS 3AbJC cBA89
In r. Cable! of Sta.t of Florida to all parties In- Lot i; 4; S, Jt" I of Block 14 of with the,planting of your cucumbers
Sarah A. Preratt.. Deceased. tereeted. In the above deored pro*. N. F. B*** R* BubuOf Bloeka I. and cantaloupes should be taken stepsto 822 Royal Street &1&.8prool., A venu.e.. ,
To all Creditor, I>s "***. Duitiibwt- jerty. Th. Town of Kleelmmee: City 1.1.1. 8.9, 10. 14 It of Hoes AdiThe I If
and all pr.on* ,hark" Clato or hu'tnstltut.d'suit, ao'nal a.ld 'prop State of Florida to all parties* Interested prevent the holes which pickle and
Demand aaraln* .;:aald Batate: ''-.4. rly fer the collection of the ca.l..a..t In the above described prop. melon worms bore into the fruit. Trap
You and each of you are hereby no* tax*. You are hereby com erty. The Town of KlMtmmee City crops "should be planted along with
tilled and required t'rhfeh..r: mandedato. appear In said suit on the has Instituted suit against said property '- I
Halm. and demand : or ith day of March. A. D. 1923 for the collection of the delinquent Whale crops.
cither of you. may have aaalnat the ea- Witness the and I municipal taxe arTfnu are hereby commanded I meant by trap crop? Let's :
ktt."t :::
tateof Harsh A. Prevatt. decea erl. late Court and the seal thereof on the to said suit on the see: These worms eat the fruit of cucumbers "WANT ADS' WiNNERS'.0.OOIOOO.
of Oeoeola County. Florida to the un- llth day of February.. A. )), 1923. 6th day of March. A. D. 1913.Wltnv I and cantaloupes but they GAZETTE ARE
derslarned Executor of said eatate. J. L. OVKRBTRKKT. ** the and Clerk.ot said pre-
within two from dale h..r.of. Clerk Circuit Court. Court and the seal: thereof on thin the fer that of the squash. Then, if you
Dated January 24th. A. I). I III.G. (Circuit: Court Seal) 10-21 14th day of February A. D. 1921 want to grow a crop of cucumbers! or
P. KIUURH. J. 1. OV" RHTRE" T.Chrk I
,.It Kxecutor.NOTICH I'OTIC-OF SE1 Circuit Court. cantaloupes plant a few rows of .. .ooo.ooooooooo.oooo .o..ooooo.o..oo.o... j
squashes them. The moth of
Circuit Court Seal) 10-Jt among '
FOIL rtliM.ICATION. In Circuit Court. Oaceola Count)'. )Flor this injurious insect is attracted to the C. F. PHIPPS 'J. II. PHIPPS ; ;
Serial No. 01.1014 ida. Town of Kllmm City, Com feOTM H OK HflT. I squashes because they grow. more rap-

Department of the Interior, U. H Land plainant.Lot 1 vercue'S. of A.. C. I. It).. of Block In I'lrcutt Court Onceola County, l'lor. idly and mature more quickly and as PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE
Offlre at Oalneavllle.1 Fla. Jan. 10. 1123. 1 of'V.' A. l'atrl..k'dft.. Ida. Town of Ktealmmeo City Complainant a result your cucumbers or cantalounes
NOTICE !I. hereby given that J"MapKitrd. The State of Florida to all imrtleH In- versus, are protected. In such a case the )
] , of Klualramrv Florida, who tereted In the above described property Lots 2, 1, 6. A 8 of lilock A. I GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIESFISH
on December 1 0. 911.. made Home- The Town of Klnnlmmee Cltv Robert Han Add. squashes would be called a trap crop.
stead Kntry. No. 01SUS4. for Lot 1, Section has Innlltutrd suit against eM properly The State of Florida. to all parties Interested Professor J. R. Watson, entomologist TIRES HARTFORD BATTERIES r
24.: Township; 29 H.. Range 30 K.TalUhaimre .. fur the. collection of the delinquent In the above dewcrlbed. pt'o|'- j I of the Florida experiment station, -
Meridian, has tiled notice municipal t..x..*. You are hereby commanded erly The. Town of Klaalmmee City thin.
has to
about the
of Intention to make Thrwe-yrar Proof, to "",war In said snit on the han instituted suit against said property say preventing LOCATED IN SPIEITS BUILDING
to establish claim I to the land above 6th day of March A. n. 1921 far the collection of the delinquent ravages of the pickle worm: tr
dearrlnrd. before ClerkCircuit Court, Witness the Judge and Clerk of said municipal taxe, You are hereby commanded | "The best preventive measure Y PHONE 171 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
at KlHulmmee Florida, on the 3rd day Court and the real thereof .on this the to appear In Bald suit on the against these worms Is a trap OOOOO.OOOOO. O OOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO.OOO.
of March, IK S3. 14th day of February A. 1) ItiS Ctli day of March A. H. 1923.WltnesH t
Claimant names an wltne......a: J. L. OVKRBTRRKT the Judge and Clerk of said [If'or this purpose plant from four to
Mart Hunt of Klueimmen., Florida, Clerk Circuit Court. Court and the seal thereof on this the eight rows, of early summer crook- --
ft. J. John, of Klsiilmmve. FlorlrtuJeeiln . Circuit Court 8".1)! lO-Zt lit,, day or February.! A. D. 192S: necked squash for each; acre of cucumbers >O+O+O. 00. 0. oooO+O ..
Maa-KRrd. KlunlmmmKlorldn.. J. L. OVKItSTREKT. I .
Willie Nettlf.. of Klaalmmeo. Florida NOTICE OK !ill.'IT. Clerk Circuit Court. or cantaloupes. The large
RtfHT. W. DAVIS, (CiroiH Court Heal\) 10-2t blossoms leafstalks and tender fruit
7-5t Y Ue ;tt Town of KlsBfmmcu City Cumplalnant. NOTICE! OK HI IT. moths to either cucumbers or melons.It .
Lot 3 and 4 of Block or' H In Circuit Court, oaccolu County, Flor is better ta make several plantingsof

I* Court. of the rnmmtr J.d.... o..r_l. Fla. It. R. Co' Hum r.- ida. Town of Klaatmmee City, Complainant the equash to provide a succession I have a number of Used Cars which I will sell
(...ty. !State et KloHdm.In The State of Florida to .* litprrtpd versus; lof blossoms and fruits. The first of ,
In the above described Lots 1 to 10 nc3 of Block 16 of
r''' Estate of erty. The Town of Klaelmmee prop City N. F Kan Ke. Hyb of lilock 1. 2. the trap crops should be planted when cheap for cash, or on terms. Or will trade for real

Byron A. Patten. Deceased. has instituted ult against said property 6. 6, 7. X. 9. 10. 14 & 16 of Ross Add. the cucumbers or cantaloupes are
To all Creditor. Legatees. Distributee for the collection of the delinquentmunicipal The HtHt of Florida to all parties In.t..rt..ted planted. Other plantings should be estate.
and all Person having Claims or txe are hereby commanded In the above described prop-
made Intervals
Demand against said Estate.:: : I to ; nald null on the erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City at weekly .
You. and each of you. are hereby notified roth day of March A. D. Hit. has instituted suit ag-alnit laid property "Infested squash blossoms and fruit See A. M. JONES
and required to any Witness the Judge and Clerk of said for the collection of the delinquent should be picked and destroyed and if .
i-lalm and demand which you. or Court and the seal thereof on thin the municipal taxe You are hereby commanded the melon abundant the
worms are
either of you. may have aKnlnnt the llth day of February. A. I). 12) to appear In said suit on the. LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE
utate of Byron A. Patton, deoeaied.late J. 1. OVKK8TIIKKT. 6th day of March. A. D. 1921. vines chould be sprayed with an arsenical -
of Oaceola County, Florida to the Clerk Circuit Court. Witness the Judge and Clerk of laid preparation. The quickest way
undersigned Executrix of aid estate (Circuit Court Seal)_to-lit Court and the seal thereof on this the to destroy the pests on the trap crop ..
14th day of February A. D. 1911.
within two year from the date hereof.bated I is to pull up and burn each lot of trap
ETHEL F. AMES Clerk Circuit Court. plants as soon as Chev have become
&-It KiecutrtK.NOTICH ;. NOTICE] I I. hereby. given that pursuant (Circuit Court Seal) 10-Jt thoroly infested and before the worms
to a Final Deere entered on the
I have reached full size. ;
TO CREDITORS Sth day of January A. D. 1111. In the NOTICB or SUIT.
Circuit Court of Oioeola County Flor. In Circuit Court. Osceola County, Floe "Clean culture should be practiced YOUR OPPORTUNITY

I. Cast e'f-t... C*.a y ..**_. O*...!. Ida, In Chancery, Docket No. 1U1. In ida. Town of Kleslmmee City Complainant not only on account of these insects,'
.,.../r, State .f nrl*. the suit of Town of Klnlmmee City a versus; but also to keep down fungus d'seass.'Af. -
In re Estate of Municipal Corporation. Complainant, Lets 1 to 10 IDC. of Block T of the fruit ia the Acreage ripe for sub-diTidlag tor groves or farms or homes, Oft Atlantic ;
JAMES T:>>>. FISHER.. DECEASED vs. All parties Int.r..t.d.lnl the tract N. F. Baa Re. Sub. of BUt i 1. S. 1,, I soon as I pickedinesfalleneave. Ocean and Indian River, across.river from Melbourne..Bride
To all Creditor.. I esatee*. DUtrlbuteee of land hereinafter 4"1'1' Repond- I. T..I. I. 10, 14 11 of Roe Add. ., and other refute .this
ana-all Foroono having Claim or Bah that on the ith of March The( fitate of Florida .* In. I;should be raked up and burned. Cu- connecting; Extensive development now pine on near acnace.In .
Demand ....In.t said E.t..t.l-- A. 1> I.... aurlnir the lent ho.r* of tereated''In. the above described prop I cumbers meleAis should not be parcels to suit from-1 to 160 acrwsv ti
Ton ana each of yon are hereby. ..-. ale, at the front door of the Court erty. The' Town of'Kieslmmee City or Rom sub-divided and folly Improved advancement sure finest location ;
tilled and repaired. to r preset any Hou_ In KlMlmme. Oeceola County, has. Instituted ..ult.In.t skid property ,planted on the same land two year In East Coast. ,; Demand now on for this property. #
"' .nd... I wu sell at Dublin for for the collection of the delinquent on
claim and demands'. which Told or I outcry fuccesslon.r .
either .of .yon.. may: "a.. .aa-alnat the cash in following hI..h..tand test municipal axon -Tou are hereby commanded o..eaUJ plat and price Get In, .on ground floor.FLOEIDAt .
state of Jame*. .U:'jMahec'deoeeused.;, bidder the tract of land alt. to appear In Mid suit on the I 1 Your"]n !ghbom may knew You
.... of Rte. (Oeoee.1 unto (in Kl* lmroee, .0.-1.- .CrpntV.Flsrida'via3' tth day of March-.' D. tilL .
/.... .n- tbe. ttnAefratvned Bxeoutor Coemtyj I L ')--.- "I.:: .- > ,; y' -.Witness the Judy and Clerk of pity, .ha_ batter ..ndcn to sell but they y->Ind1an.R.b>riomesr : ;..
ll.f said ...tat.' (rem .'Bg..10"' .' .v-Ot KR Cro Bloc ,) Court and the tt saL-th.rwot.o4l.thish.r t ln7oHtt wont tt ,.el* th.r..too.T.n1t1te : tlantie 0 r
: date hereof. ;. -". L'I''I'01', Robert B-. 'Adi.Run Wlly; lh_ day. 411 r+....raev,' a, r.i ,....).t3. -;; 'folks"'who want to- buy by :means' ;/,: : It, _: '

Lala.l.sI ..,,JAMEa sib.'A M.D.',,,1nL WJI'tSTT.' ; . ia *Qo''..*: ... ,and 4.hJ'--N.o.iiibITT.I" --! .". Clerk 1. OVER,Clr RE.ICT... Courts t .of-an,.advertisement.,"l.tbe, .,how>>. .._ ..tJ<< zasovRrf? > !: ,.!rl 301lN.'W1N1'D.. Pte. '

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"Juxt about the worst disease of
MIIS.) I'AUt 8TANL.1SY, Mrs. Celesta J, Fripp-
Club citrus fruit !
Reporter can be controlled if the ,

'TEA PARTY AT CLUB HOUSE .* diseases correct procedure melanose is followed. These King's. Daughters' Hold"Weekly
are and stem-end
Mr*. C. B. McCaughcn and Miss The Women's Club of Kissimmee rot., The procedure call for Meetings
Adah C. Wagner entertained delightfully held a most' Interesting meeting at in winter before the spring jluah of Monday afternoon from 3:80'to: '' CI'TY TA"XES

VOIA} Kriday afternoon at a tea: part the chaFtcr' House\ Tuesday after growth ; and spraying with a 3-3-50 5:30: o'clock the K'nR'a' J Daughters'M,
1 at the Log House, given in honor of meeting was opened by bordeaux mixture (plus oil) from ten class of the Methodist. church held
Mrs. Farrell, who.4 wintering at the a'ngiriar' "America the. Beautiful," and to twenty days after the blossoms a social business meeting at the
Log House, and Mrs. Montayne Perry the Club Creed was read by" Mrs. G. have dropped. Chapter Hous La.Hes brought; their +

Editor a special tourist frienJ of the W. Best. In tmr-place of Mrs Paul That is, in brief what 0. J.'. Burger fancy work and while plying their ,
Asslstu Wagners. The elegant receptionrooms Stanley, whoso resignation 'as first plant pathologist of the Florida needles in attractive linen- creations
of the Log House were lustily j vice-president was accepted by ,the experiment station, has to about discussed ways and means wherebythe
siy that the Tax Books
| decorated profusion of sweet!: peas club, Mrs\ J. Z. Roberson was apIpcintcd' how to( control these very important class may deepen itn zeal in the Notice is hereby given
THE l feeing!; used.' The- tea service wax very by thd executive board. A diseases of citrus fruit. /spiritual life* cf the church, and talked -

pretty, and was suggestive/ of the i very interesting report was made ),yMrll. Winter is the dormant season of plans for increasing funds in the will 'Close Saturday "
or of Kissimmee
The t Valentine season. Heart shape:! II. W. Hoice, chairman of the the most nearly dormant in treasury to enable the carrying on of for the City ,
public sandwiches ripe olives, a fruit course. j' fine arts ('committee and Mrs.: J. M. the citrus! grove, and those months many good projects.

nee Vt cake and tea were nerved., r'nvors'' l"uM'ltn.! ). of the sectional meeting, are the time when pruning! should he Mrs.' I D. U. Wagner is teacher of March 31. A penalty of 5 per cent will be ad-
the Tia were old-fashione'd )bo<|uets eif sweet ;.j Orlando in January. A report j jI done. Pruning in (spring after the the class, and Mrs. J. ',. Robc'rson its .
cur at peas in lacey paper holders. I of the finance committee showed that sap HAS started rising/ ( to the limbs i I president. Mrs. Dolph Walker andMrs.

had a The guests' included Mrs.' Farrell, j the club cleared $105 at the fair from j end I..avell--aft..r young growth(' has : Kobtrson en this occasion served ded to all taxes not paid by that date. .
ego, b Mrs.' : Montayne Perry, :Miss )Farrell the hocth. It was decided that the started-should never be practiced i most appetizing xmHviciie.and;
no wathey V Mrs. Ix'o Wilson MI-H. K. M. Anj'as.Mr" next( sectional meeting, which ;is to advises' this disease: specialist. i the ever refit'ohim cup of tun.j .
vWe J. Wade Tucker, Mrs.. Ijongyear/ be held in :March be held in I Kissimmee. After this first measure has been j, Those social afternoons are to be

!Mrs./ Judkins Mrs. Hamilton, Miss Thin section compris: the taken, put awuy the pruning knives I I weekly occurrences held at the
in the Isabel / Mrs. Mk'iu-ljon, clubs of fire counties, about 25; in all,
Hamilton and saws and wait for the time when Chapter House/ on Tuesday lifter-.
was n 1 .anel MIB. I H.) G.; Wafrne-r. Out) of town and it would he a great pleasure lot the" second measure is in order. This noons. "

zette guests were' Me-dames\ lied J Lynch. 1 Iv .Sbimmee's club to act 1111 hostess at measure is I spraying! with :3-3-60( bor Next week each niembcrwh"come"
high withHigh J.) W. Simpson and O1lien: ', eif ( I. ,this meeting. An invitation was sent deaux mixture which has l been mixed ''M.iit-t. not. come alone but she muM J. R. GILBERT.Cit
Inndo.I'ARTY. to the -pu's'di'iit; to lime such a
with an equal amount of u spiavmg come with ,a partner, member of the
II sac AT KEH'F -rolTAUK; meeting! Ill' -r. :nl. Thin( spraying I should: be done clas,'. Kacli: one must I firing> six sinJwulies -
A oinmittee
was appointed
M ten to twenty days after the blossoms and he rsew'! ing'. Dining the
timeVe Miss. Emily Hill n winter viitoifrom to solicit' new' books for the library ,
hour be lead
Chop, Hewing book.ill
a "
no sooner, no later unless
eh East Fairfield and give n .lecept-wm( ; at which, time the i,,'aloud .
) theie .is a very heavy bloom in June. '' ; ) l Iy home member. Clerk and Tax Collector
one o
thc ho"teKshll'"day IW"lIinIII hooks will presented.. Tlu ('hu Ii- .
/ In this case, spray then-ten to 'I'hrlass is; 1'\1'1',11!
Rent the home f :Mr.; and. titan is ]Mis. A. W. Winn, assisted 1 twenty :
Cottage, () liy days after the blossoms (h' Tlu't !: plans for enlarge,1! u-tcfiilnc:< and ill- .
Mrs. I Hall 1 on :Malibcttc ,,1I'1".t.t.o MIHS I i Klixabe-th: I)'.nt'>(xn. The up "
THiThe 1"0g1'I1I11 would morn I that t tin,tit'r no circOniUnices <: 'U.ised zeal in the\ life ..1 f the i-las-, r
of her out of to\wi and e-'Miimitte >rl..ent..J11':\ .. F I .
a J .
I. the .hul''h.Jr : .
uTT".MssIPI ,, '' '
than tIic.acityol : '
| local feirndn.Cnnu.t A. Nave, winlead a veryiu'dructive' application' are more,n essary twi i ill> a spraynu ye.irVtiire. :' \Jh. IJ.-a }her" are a of theUnig's | ; r.,;.;;" ,, : o'w_ : . : : "' : i

High and, music entcilaLncd the and, interesting paper" on t the PI, 'Ps/111. I t end spraying rill melanoxcshould l; l iujlte-t; : renie-'iiliei ;."an Juitpc' -

look In I guests" 'i,'ur "O-\,e kei- atIlt
schoothing and/ reshmenls of ire a splendidlot, 1 h] of the "
ing 'l'am! mo: outcliiiraetei - dormant oc in winter. i I <' ( 'lt.'!ptor Mouse- next :Mond.iat
,} and fruit punt h werecivcd.. --t"lIdinl( ( of Italy at presentMis'olini In pruning Dr.) ) Ueigei, mlNis-s tlintpiuiiing ,' 'I.,11):;/ ) ii. m., tin t vou IIIKV fall in' In e
temp Out of I t..wll guests "wlu""d11.: : : : ) I the Faci.sti 1 leailei.llelicious '. I implements' be divinfectid, to keep|i ill the larger and 'inner ,itliiutie -
lucce and :\11'''. Kinefioc-k :Mr. and :Mrs., Elton :I. I i c'fi,',eshmcnt weivc \ before and, lifter cnnimcnc-iitg irk 1 ,' I thinijs i to c-oiile., I IKecvplirn
sport Mr. and :Mrs." .Cl.nk.' Mr. and 1 ed liy the liustesses' c.f the uftciuuun.I awed j at interval.dining' the <" I 1923:
ilav. HeI
leticlI. Mrs. Wells, Mr.: \Vhitiie-y and Mrs.liaitlclt. MesdamesV.. H. M.ikiimon: ..inclTlimniison I bi.s, cut out all. thud or w-tlivridvood For :New nf't'I'r| I
us 'no KiHsinunee people who enjoyed / and a delightfu1ocial! I| that such wood.I is ,the I hotbed nf St f. John's, Cuild nlertained, :M-'i, .
leesestab the hospitality tin l hrs-les*. 1 Lour cntuvd.I..tN'I' : J I the spores of meljiix ami' other'
to re 'were Mr.Mr.and and Mrx.:Mrs.J J. Frank Tucker.:S ntdr- sand I.ICK: 'III REA'I'EHI't'll: ( : < hauler 1 Ilou-e in honor of' He1.: It.Tne !L Spring Opening

standblgge _._ . DAMA! <; I:; [ 1\-t.'t'H.: at-iiospheie (if cordiality, !: I
- - --- .
KILL 1 CORN)) ;'; WKFvll.sAte : : '''which c ha .lactci, ize s all K-issimmee icci --
MAUIIIA WASIIINtiTON( l ll.\.If1'1'| :!
this Plant lice-little inn eels. which puck" lit lull' was unstinted. Every one
in a j 1 1 The ladies of-the--First Presbyterian lender plants to d'ath-Iu" becomecry Faimer weevils? l Iu> you eating expect your corn, Mr: I present felt the touch cif friendly I TUESDAY, FEBRUARY TWENTIETH
\' numerous in Florida's gardensnnd your prexentsupply hunts an I the warmth of kindly
learnmean church will give a "Martha Wa h- of |
coin to
I I| l truck fields. because. of t the dry cairy your stock j' hearts.I 1
ington Tea Party" at I the Chapter through the winter j
and' I
next summer I The 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M.
) House Thursday evening, February weather of November. and are t threatening ? If you do, and if the weevil Chapter House, which I lends itself I
22. A will be rendeiod and to do great damage 1 tc* the most beautifully to floral dee'ira'tion.s -
program are eating the coin, get l>uand.l stun '
refreshments served. Freewill offering trucking industry, wording to J. R. this waste.Specialists. was especially utttuctive with
to d< for the benefit of the piano fund i Watkins entomologist of t the Floi idn of the agricultural ;i palms and ferns intermingled, FEATURING
spiritWe { experiment I station. extension blossoms of rich colorIOSCH, liliesand

I BOYS' AND JIK1.S- CLUB WORK ,, Many plants-such as turnips, radishes are division warning Unixeisity farmers ef against Florida nasturtiums.Mrs. . PATTERN HATS
countthe BOOSTED celery, lettuce and I't\ai-I"'f'' G. W. Rest gate gieetings to
storing in
iSomq being attacked these c-oin open cribs, as theysnv ,the guests then followed a musical
-- by small insects( .
it will ", eaten ,
Boys' and /girls club work as being and, unless measures to combat them left there up weevils, i if Crogiam arranged( by Mrs., S. II. Hul- AND DISTINCTIVE
long enough. Tin- value ofsuch .
portj carried on by county arid -honui demonstration are taken at once, the damage: will J coin is often lowered! i included :
j agents in Florida, as well as l I.e Rerious. 40 percent Piano solo-Ktude: h.I.Ji'IU| . _
2. other states, received "boost from the Tobacco extracts' are recommended by I If February.have I . -:\Irl<. U..1. Uuriow. NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY
I International Association cf Fairs and for this! puipose. Use) 1 pint of black you the an airtight in evil 01 I Vocal: solo-- Mrs. Susan Sieir| Smed
room put it
corn and
Expositions at its 32nd annual convention leaf 40 to 800 parts oil water. To upplycurhon I Solos-"Ken- All Ktemitv"-and: "At
6. in Toronto Canada. November make! it spread and stick )better add! bisulphide. If you have 1101' I :My "'i"low"\lrl: <. Arthur Cooper

0, 28-Uecember 1 1 H122.!> Thc following ,,4 or 5 poundof soap to each 50( in tight essential room use that barrels and l boxes. It I'iano stlo-Ruuutuce.31ra.: Burrows The Hat
,. resolution the (crib 01 barredI' | Solo "Land the Shop"MRS.
was' )passed : gallons of the solution. ) <' as near airtight I -- of Sky Blue Waters"and
"Wheras there has beeen Dusts as' possible "Sweet Little Woman nf :Music
a growing( I composed of lime treated Two pounds. of the -
poixon is
realization on the part of fair and exposition with nicotineulphatc, recently for enough i ," _ :Mrs. Stanley Bullock
100 cubic
every feet of crib
managers of the benefit de- <. placed on the market are' efficient I If'ou have to space i I special, ; Margaret
use barrels Stanft twosla'shing's
rived through encouraging and supporting \ insecticides for plant lice. They are amount; than this should be a U'l..J larger beCause gave : J. I n. WOODBECKKISSIMMEE
boys' and girls' club work very effective and are much more there will( be .J Between Two I.OM-S"<< T. A. I hat.\'
not only in building up an intensely( .quickly; applied than is u spray. 1 In This. poison he gi eateruste. "MaLeetle: Itrc>'''ii Halw-e."
can secures!
interesting and valuable educational 1 order t" use them to advantage, how- drug store. Make two at any DelieioUK punch and wafers were FLA.
feature of our fairs but also in the seer, it i is necessary that a Bustin the second about three npplicationsR .'-erved during the social converse.'The .
or four weeksafter .
constructive all-year-round incentive machine he used. A number of very the first. This is I because :' entire 1'\ (.nillg"'" piogiani" "'III'I'y s
toward intelligent, efficient and I good( hand dusters are on the marketand : of the necessary : \'( enjoyable.School.
hatching of eggs! which .
profitable fanning and ) be - -
hUllwlllakillg'Kivt'n for
can bought from
$10 to
nnfor j were uninjured the
by first
to the boys and girls of today $:1![> 'each. ( tion. It is npplica- I Lunch KeMiinAttendanee
bent to shuck
who will be the farm men and women In speaking of plant )lice---or aphidi The the corn. at the lunch loom continues IMI'KOI'EK HANDLING I
farmer who j
un of tomorrow, therefore be it resolved --and their natural .enemies Hrofessbr expects the bent to run from 17o to :lido.( 1 If .. f
TeSc work of ANI) CJUtAKE! .
his farm animals \lUI
j and at the i
that mothers' will visit the
we recommend that the room \
members ,
j Watson says, "Aphids are much any
of the International Association of I preyed upon by lady beetles and a same time feeds them weevil-infested j mornini from J :J0! to VJi they will observe MANURES EXPENSIVE: I II.I I
wlek is
1"i. Fairs and i I corn, making a poor calculation the wholesome well 1
Expositions extend their j] number of other predators. )n a colony An will sanitary,
< support of this important to :! of engine not turn as man balanced concoctions which produce of the value of i'al'l11' t +
:. ''I,' activity aphids one usually, : notices wheels ,
00 manure \i
th iI,, .. :. the 'Department of. Agriculture! and I some that are greatly' swollen and on pounds of JIIteam'&II it an exceptionally line lunch for tene"ts" may be lost, unless it is properly -
,'" ',.<:("-,,-, the colleges'of agriculture' foe -' the j I spherical in shape. These have' heenI Willson 100 pounds;! nor will .a, horse Any day the lunch really exceeds handled and cared for, according I s

am .r. ''splendid work which they are duing' ]I parasitized by minute wasp-like injects. I A- totdl of $$34,542,0< has been an- the value <>f the dime-and besides to scientific experimentation. And Ii i!
.' through their extension there is given glass! of milk this I Ie ,, is
: divisions in These numerous enemies usually pee.prvxted by the government to the a > H largely that of ammonia, |
6 promoting boys and girls' club work ,I I check the aphids pretty w..lI. but I states! for toads and! trail.within or fly the way if tiny liruwer the dearest and roost valuable. -

i.Ju and for the co-operation they are giving occasionally they need. help, in tbo 'adjacent to the national fon,.sts To feels incline-I I to donite: ii e ,alt of food I Hulmtance."Without. .

in" developing this feutuie of our way of sprays or dusts. ''tal.xpendituies, of federal. and c o- stuiwbci11C"ulls. (tiuuiLrh, t I'y inav proper handling and rare

fairs During/ damp weather in" (Kloiiila ': operative funds amounting to $2211i.-: < lie-'or' any \ \ovct.ibli'-. l be ins, l beets, the lose will amount to from 2,. to

coin Fast.- -- Faster- Fastest- ''' aphid are fairly well controlU-J. l hy 1724:! have already been disliuist-d Todale. pcpei( ] <-, etc ., thesewcuilil, In. iii.gratefully 40 porier.t: of the maiiuie's' value; and ,
fungous diseases but during diy 4.78H! miles of loud, toad (i.711 ieccired.1'here with !..I"ropl'r/ care, this loss ran
Judge Ten dollars.
: I: weather these diseases ale not suflicicntly I miles! of trail have been constructed j is need e>f tninlleis, sin Jli be cut down to n negligible figure," -ter
: Can you change a $20 i Il surd use: rouse easily handler! the
active. : and, miles hv declares R. W.
8,744 mud and '
bill ? i trail h \ ebeen Kupree-ht chemist or
| younger children, tumblers III v hick
u rcpaiied' and improNt-il,I the fertilizer specialist of the Kloi, ida
Judge: No but I can change the Agricultural [ sav purchasethicd] I I ln-ef epermieiit \'
fine. ill-fortune IK a national l ( forest" hervice of the United,) States )you t l peanut; butter itaticn.
0g Twenty dollars. : ill-foitune--President }Harding. department of. agiicultuie.The . i andiicb prnOuc-tri. You often There
are two chief
I t thiow them, ill tlie gail a("e -111. lii\e; methods by I
;,; some to theI I mull room. I which farm manure can preserved. |
according to Dr. Hupreeht. The first i
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIiIIIiIIIIIIIIII" II L hlrmurinlsuf I'low era in t lu- ( .luirehrs method consists of packing down the I
IIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111111111111I" " { IIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIII I | A beautiful custom IK I tint of placing manure, both solid und liquid', into j I

Hewer* in your honiichiiiin I on Home form of t bin, preferably I| "Ask the Man Who
made of coa'rete.
: 5 j Sunday morning c-omnieiiiorntive- I I .
-- = dajs nie-moi ial. I.llrt t Sunday'! ill the I Where; the /first method is impiac-
--- ---- I'reshvtenan, cbuieh. ,, (lieuwus a tica.1.I the use. of a preservative is Owns One"AskaSelz
-- -: r beautiful massive of iiiinN MuggHnte-d. tilsum)1'' I
bounue-l j > | I .sUH-rphos-|
r1i -
... -- -.11 breath of spring from icoigia(; I: "hate is lei,'on1 mended! for this /purpose 'Six wearer what
which had been sent l II>v. Jl ". Hyatt! ln-cuu- of their eirc'ctivene-ss as .
Have You C to MisH .lean .ildwell, I.. mark the.' preservities anti their cheapness.' I I he thinks of them. He U
I Never Stopped anniversary of Pi. /and Mis. Myall' ;',I (Jyphnm should be used, at the talc easy to find because more

wedding day. In the "ifl'" moon I th- I(1 I f from 101) to lf>n I511 pound to each i iI I men buythe| Selz 'Six than

=_= Bank With blossoms were temleily "III.-.-.. upon I I IDr. : ton of manure, while from. :200! ) to :'J50) other hoe of its kind. .'
= any
.. . Hyatt'giae'in Ruse (Hill iemi pound of supei p'lo.sphate) would' be j 1

\ the TO CONSIDER teiy. .\ ts. Hyatt and childic-n. aiclimg '' necessary to effectively preserve the. A
== / in l-'ursyth tie-urgiu and I the i! plant-food' e-omt itlietitx. of thema- prominent shoe mer-

II I Ability = memory of Dr. Hyatt dwells lovingly/ |I 'nun'. chant, our ex-president of

I that if you were to take a trip to Europe I in the hearts. of many friend here j i' Dr. Hupreeht says I that whenever i i of the Shoe Dealers Association -
,I In the Methodist t ebunh, upon the of these substances is used, i
and the first : altar u large ba..ket of exquisite! i the manure must be kept moist and! : advertised the Selz
and |
II most important thing you = sweet peas gaveforth nwe-et Illelilln/( I T compact, or loss will occur desp | 'Six as "the wonder shoe

Willingness in ineim.ry of Join! I.. ( ', the pr t nrvutives. Gypsum; he- Hays" of the age." The Selz Six
1 would) need would) be money?! father -- who ten years : go onto ed l has I the advantage over other prenervativcH I I is the only shoe
1e to Serve the (Communion of Saint' in that it can be safely ', ever recog-
;e You need the Bank Account no matter I'seil I in stall" without clanger of injury | nized nationally as a remarkable -

"In all places, then and ill all sot II to the fret of the livestock. ; value. Try it[

.I'.' = what you undertake to do. Do have it ? sons. I!. :Supe-i phosphate. is advantagou in I
'1 DEPOSITS INSURED you Flowers' expand their litfh'1 and that it adds phosphoric ucid-an imI I

soul like wings! I j portent" fertilizer substance to the LYLES V. STORY
YOU ARE THE JUDGE Teaching us, by some persuasive lea I, manure, besides' preserving the plant I
S sm'( I food already present in the manure. I
(How akin they are to human things.1 I '-
= You can if you wilL Get the saving habit And with childlikecieilulmis I
\> '
tion aft'-I WHAT FUN IT IS SELZIir

--= today-commence now with us. We wel = We Kmble-mx behold their of our tender own buds great" expand.rc-Hur .!|, $ SIX!

= .rection
== come you to this Bank. = Emblems" of the bright and In ttei" TO BE HUNGRY! -_ .

]s == land. V/OU) can't be well and hearty unY -

--- ==: I Miss Albina Smith our seemingly :, less! you are properly nourished- t

I = '' untiring, never wearying home dam you can't be strong unless your Got t
= appetite is good. a old
onstmtion worker, nan hud
s an enforced

; tvr.. she rest is the again past on two her weekshow unceasing- rich For red a keen blood appetite and the good"punch"digestion and MENTHOLATUMno

.. round of innumerable duties "pep" that goes with perfect health.
t I Bank Osceola there and everywhere: limited here only You Take need Gude's Pepto-Manean. it out.rFreedon .
; County .1 Gude's for

l" : and by But the carries then boundaries occasionally away portions of Osceola 0 licks county.>up la look note Your the eat druggist and biz fed difference has a it short in the time way you and

its -liquid or tab "
coqnty 'Spread :tame abroad. lets, at you prefer.
". ., Hours 9 A. M. to '3 P. M. The exhibit at the Tampa fair given
by Miss Smith's club girls
deservedly Gude's ,
53 received many .blue ribbons. -

.''t.;).1"Iu'RlIIIUIII/I"'I/ :: Bundle of old paper >are for sal. -no man sluggishness.

r r4i / "' / U lI/lllllllllillll/lDllDI/lI/iIlIl/UlII/III/III/IiJI// / / / / / / / / lII/I/UIIIUU111/1/11I11111101111011/ / / / / / .Better Call/at at- the get_tsluv office:them; .tbey'11'deverMeheaper'of while The"Gazette there U a :stock.lOco. peptoangan Tonic( and Blood Enricher Dt KING"5 PILLS tiort 1.';''l, 'LJ a a17roactlp ;.','

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