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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 23, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01104
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OSCEOLA COUNTY IS KAUFMAN PLEASE,, KISSIMMEE QUARTETTE' MERCHANTS AND 'FARMERS> BANK ADDS TO ,BAND POPULAR'WILL REPEAT FEATUREVocal PRE-COOLING' PLANT ;



\ GIVEN A BLACK' EYE Second Number Course presented of Women's Program'Club/ Lyceum 1. DIRECTORATE AND ELECTS, NEW OFFICERS Will Solo Be Repeated At Band By Concert Popular Sunday Re HAS PAID FOR :SELf''' ;'.'

Which Merited Larger Crowd quest Concert Next: FridayA
Times Writer Exceeds -; .. ,
Tampa - Pre-cooled. Fruit Brings
Speed Limit For Inv The Kaufmann Quartette assisted i Four New Local Men And Well Known Bank Presi- few weeks ago the Kissimmee
by Mabel Kelly Steinecker lyric soprano Concert Band put on a new featureat More Money Than That {
agination: Orange Next presented a program at the dent Added To .Directorate: Will Make The Bank afternoon concert whenit By Refrigeration
high school auditorium Thursday 1. introduce locally the vocal solos

KlsBlmrnee's! good citizens oftendisagree night which to say the least, deserved "Home Institution" To Help. Build Community with band accompaniment This feature The pre-cool.'ng plant at the packing
a much larger audience. It preyed to be popular not
issues. have was aprogram very
I
upon They house of the Klssimme :
which could be with the least of which the : C.trus
enjoyed popularity was
this week In opinion '
been disagreeing out Wednesday afternoon Limit Store in Kissimmee and rendition Mrs. Growers AssocIation, which was installed -
having technical musical tra'nini of "The Holy City, by t
it has
for been
is
that a sane last has
of importance to .. stores in Fort Meade Lake- fall already practically
and die The largest part of the program appealed Arthur Cooper. That this song is ai
disagreement honestly eooJy << paid for itself. Fruit c'oled in
: coola county. For it : : and Orlando. lie' recently ,
when ,last Tampa to the emotions rather than to was popular as it ever was is ev denced
cuswd. But night's the .is
again that of commissioner with the plant bringing from twenty to
people city
the then the highly trained musical ear, In., by the repeated requests which have (
Timed arrived upon scene werty-five cents b' than
great faith in Osceola vote of all candidates. He Is more per x
AU self- other words it was popular: i It. rested, come for a repetition. J. D. Wood-
little disagreement. the that which *
rhppd
was showed that local member of the board of by stro'ght re-
entertained and amused. Had the men give'-nors beck director of-the hand, theref re
citizens came to the fri"crntirri.! without 'So I
respecting pMnt "tired ness and family the Kissimmee Chamber of Com- announces that Mrs: Cooper will e'nIt precool'ng.
business man"known
of agreement in double qu'ok! time. i(proverbial to know conditions said H. C. Piano, manager of the Ex.rhon.e -
as afternoon'sconcert.
what the again at next Sunday
W'lto be :
The particular magnet which drew he would have been program there. If he greater future In Marvin; M. Miller, who has lived In , yesterday when talking! of

their opinions together was the statement I ally prefers vaudeville he is likely usu-to |that men from other since he was a bay: is an- The program of the concert on the the season's output. There has been
of .from "the less decay reported this than
quoted course,
similar resources know man whose name means muc'i Sunday before last greatly year
think was en-
words of one person" that "practical" number any of offering a "lyeeum] characterized course"as i is a I Osceola county. It the institution of which he is now hanced by the splendid sinking of
ly) every man you see is toting a gun. I"high-brow stuff" ever his head : significance. It showed : and incidentally to the Mrs. II. Stanley Bullock, whose sweet only Tth'feecars"shipped so far this
The concensus of opinion was that I appealing dence season upon which any adJustment
of continued His standing in the coun voice was enthusiastically heard by
to the who have
either the person addressed by said I{I made a study people of music.only B-'t the and better," in that it and his large acquaintance will the large crowds in the seats, cars, had to be made for decay and even.
nameless "one person" was blind in the institutions confidence. His chief inter- they showed little loss. As an example ..
Kaufmann while upon windows, and on the walks of Br"ad-
both eyes or else was traveling in the highly quartette trained ,appealed satisfying to Mr.Average munity can be judged have been, navel stores and. cat ,way. After singing the beautiful of the excellent results from the .
system! Mr. Piano cited an instance
mighty poor company certainly not Man. When a new bank :"Where My Caravan Has Rested"
. among the average. or any portion of always those who will F. C. Bryan who came from Geor- she responded to an encore with which occurred just before the holi
the vast majority of Klsslmmee's The quartette was excellent the does not need two to Kissimmee, has been in the "Suwanee River" and the vocal solo days. Something went wrong temporarily
citizens. Everybody took It good tone blending and shading especiallyin the Merchants and business for some twenty feature of the band concerts were with the machinery and one

naturedly, of course for the calm and the pianissimo passages was second ened its doors this'- has seen the city pass through more popular than ever. Last Sun- car was tgeratiop. Boston under ,.
dispassionate attitude of practicallyevery to none heard in Kissimmee with some. But those who I various stages and brings a local day, in spite of the coldest weather straight refr The same days I ,
one in Kissimmee has been the in the memory of local musicians.The it and knew that it \ to the bank which con experienced this year, a large crowd pre-cooled car was sent to the same '
outstanding feature of the last font solo work and comedy readings ing all banking adds to its slogan "A Home testified to the popularity of the market. The car under ordinary refrigeration .
01satisfaction .
I .ia,.' rampage of the Tampa. Times.Fnnny kept the audience in a high state the name people are ." Mr. Bryan was an en- band. showed 8 percent loss
how looks pink and convulsed it with that the for the from decay on arrival, while the pre- t
yellow by artificial new bank has booster strawberry Next.Thursday night the band will
light. laughter in the Rueben story-telling ceeded but is taking and, through his business present its play "The Girl Of The cooled car arrived absolutely sound. 1.1{
.. Not that'the whole aerie of ctories number. Everything was good exeept -: new plans, and new with all classes of people Flying X," at Haines City. The concert Mr. Piano has been interested in
is considered in the same light. The the size of the audience. Wednesday into the new directorate admira regularly scheduled for that the actual reasons for the success of

opening day's story was substantially The Woman's Club has made a rectorate announced night in Kissimmee, will be postponeduntil the pre-cooling exchange in vogue at '$0
Kissimmee
the
I admitted as to the main features. much appreciated effort to bring to ment too late for the ''I J. M. Willson has served as cashier Friday night. as comparedwith
It waa readily believed that the partof Klssjrnmee these high class enter- last week, met and the bank for the last year and a the pre-cooling plants in other
tainment. The ladies deserve all the Mr. and Mrs. Dell H. Sutton have packing houses of the state. The local -
the story of a man who had made J. Wade Tucker became i and continues at the same past.
an affidavit in which he said that he praise they are getting, but they deserve George W. Persons is treasurer and member of' gold their home at Main and Park plant is operated with fans and
had intruded upon a Ku Klux meet- mere financial support. They vice-president, and J. board of governors of the streets, next to the horse-shoe club cooled air instead of the pipes usedin
lout on both the number go grounds, to L. J. Dollins. The genial the "direct expansion" system with
lag in the vicinity of Alligator Lake money re-elected as cashier, of Commerce and for
and that he had been forced to leave far presented. The money made dur- O'Bryan, attorney for years he ha been a Buttons bought this place three years which most of the other five cooling
the fair, at their booth had to remodeled and redecorated it, plants of Florida are equipped. Various
was true. Details were not agreed 1 ing Four local men in, and booster for, ago,
upon, however. For instance affiant be spent to make up the deficit on the director! last week, and hall !given the best and built a new garage, making it representatives of the other .
have visited the Kisslmmee
had stated that Marshal Driggers lyceum numbers. I Bryan, Marvin M. of his life toward its develop one of the'handsome homes! on Main plants exchange .
and have the
had met him when his uninvited call Another will appear. noon. Tickets' Persons, and J. Wade His intimate knowledge of the street. Their disposal of the place pronounced pre-
had been made and jerked out a blackjack are now on sale for it. A large audience rest Lake, mayor of affairs and his well known does not mean that they will depart cooling plant here the most compact
plant for doing this work they have a
and threatened his life. The city\ should greet it, both because it I president of the of opinion, and integrity, as from Kissimmee. They expect to remain them .
Most of have
will l be well worth attending, and because here for two months before ever seen. expressed
more
'
council had the marshal on the car- Bank of Sanford, \ continued success in the admin-
the belief will
such an audience would help end the hank's business. returning to Michigan for the that they
pet the next morning and investigated stock of $100,000 is of I
ed report. The majority of the wipe out the deficit incurred with the 'dition. He is enthu ; 'Lewis O'Bryan, director and attor summer and will return next winter, ,I change air system.and adopt Mr. Piano the fan attrlbutee.thebetter and cooled

councilmen and city official at the first two numbers. The coming attraction 'I possibilities of ,. "for the bank also continues in as usual. work done by this of
type
who do not will !LK- MIlO Shumway En- j will throw his banking capac.ty.: Resident for
investigation were men same
1 I to the that the cooled ah'fort'ed
W. Donhm of Cincinnati, fact
Edgar plant
deny reader of plays and of which he ,
harpist
Chief experience into during part
believe In the klan. Driggers years
I who has been in Kisftimmee about a through the cooling rooms bya
denied that he had ever poaseaaed a artist in impersonations. Her program important factor in as city attorney his acquaint- week is rooming at 21 Beaumont fan eliminates the moistur from
different from the
that he had ever at is something and also reaches throughout 'the
black jack or progress
Mr. Donhm ii lecturer Qf the rinds, leaving them more leatheryand
llf. ordinary entertainment. It will\ lx in olmt '. During the he served as'' avenue. a.
any time threatened anybody's ty. Yesterday, an ) war note. .etRw. therefore less susceptible to de
The city officials\ at the conclusion-of well worth while.AMERICAN . terview, he said, "I member of the district draft board some \ The treatment does not effort
cay.
the investigation stated that they believed r"y.e can be done with good the southern district of Florida, 'the fruit itself aside from making it
the charges regarding Mr. LEGION you have in Osceola was recently one of the fifteen : REGENTCOLD MAKES carry better

Driggars were untrue. Some people 'I you get farther along selected by Governor Hardee as The Klnsimmee Citrus Growers Association ,
believed the affidavit maker and somebeUcjrrditemarshal l ag your progress will \amV ra of his personal military has shipped. far' large1' ,
and, .that .was l MEETS 'ON TUESDAY -urrlrmrtrd. 'Th
one difference of opinion. ture for this county, onel.R.. at the same time last year. On this
Then another difference of opinion -- much pleased to.get G.. Minick is the other director date in 1922 approximately 60,000
came relative to affiant's declaration Meeting Postponed Until with I you. We shall continues with the institution. Last Week's Frosty Weather boxes had been shipped while this

that another of the men Guy an important factor was made director of the bank in In Northern Sections year up to the present 90.160 boxes
"had his Eight-Thirty To Allow this community. I 1921 having come from
Hammack of Kissimmee. have been sent north. Th'! whole
gun cocked and pressed against my Athletic AttendanceWill can jn furthering this Georgia about three years Cut Production season will show a larger output than
stomach" while he threatened affiant. The local men are all For twelve years he has been ever before, the probable total number

Mr.. Hammack admits he was at the M. Tiller has been appointed little comment is the drug business 'with the United Slight rise in prices fqr strawberr i of boxes being between 105! .000jfnd ,
place referred to but absolutely denies chairman of the program and enter Tucker the new Company. As manager.of the ries has been noted*this week as the 110,000. Orange prices are proving
even having a gun on him. He tainment committee of the Wm T. a local resident for Rexall store he has made an en- production has been considerably low I satisfactory but the grnp'fruit

nays he did have a magazine in his Makinson Post No. 10 of the American and all his interests record. When he took over ered due to the cold wave of the latter I market is a little weak at present> ,
hand during the evening and may with Monroe Thomas Osceola county. His store it ranked fifty-eighth in the. part of last week and the first Mr. Piano says, probably dne to the
have had that In his hand at the time Legion Nelson, the other members. your money at home!" in relative amount of business. three days of this, J. M. Duncan.who cold weather with. consequent s-nallor,
and Clyde II'r
Darling to idea in view, and the one he had developed it to and
he persuaded the affiant. Tiller is also chairman of the athletic year has just returned from the Dover demand.
leave. He says further that Darling committee. that idea, he assumes and last year came up Plant City sections, reports that The local exchange has had a wider-
sent for him the day following the time is assured at the next of the bank. He is number seven. around Dover strawberry plants were distribution this year than eve be- '
A good
Times story and told him lie thoughthe meeting which will not begin until general manager of '! The directors have under consider- injured about twenty percent, and fore. It has shipped cars to var'ons
had done him (Hammark) an injustice Tuesday night at theFireman's Cypress Company, at the present time the question that the next ten days will, in the markets from Minneapolis and Portland ;
In his affidavit and that 1M eight-thirty hall. The hour was made acquainted with the the advisability of increasing the opinion of growers with whom he 1 Maine to Houston Texas. TheFlond. .
appreciated what Hammaek had done account of the important ceolana. He owns a stock of the bank to 50000. talked, show even greater injury to Citrus Exchange is openingnew
for him the night of the episode Mr. late meeting on of the Kissimmee Athletic ranch is a They assume control of the Mer- have been received. It is expectedthat markets every week and fs selling -

Hammack says he tried to persuade association at 7:80 the same night grower a member of and Farmers Bank with every! the northern sections I to more smaller markets than
Darling to leave, and he finally did the Chamber Of Commerce which Commerce and of of a successful future. As dinarily do not compete with central I'' heretofore with less fruit going to
leave, shaking hands with him as he at Legionnaires want to attend. Scout Advisory whole, and as individuals, they are Florida until March or April, but. auction. About 80 percent of the i
left He says when Darling sent for many Considerable Legion business is up I George W. Persons, 'their resources toward the which this year came In at the same season's local citrus! fruit has been q

him and he accompanied the messenger consideration and there la something i I vice-president came of the community along time this section started production, shipped already with approximatelyhalf
for ,
to home and! too. from Georgia nine best banking lines, and are bend will probably be out of the marketfor of the grapefruit c op. The ,
said about stew
Darling oyster
about thelinguun statement wad when It comes I lesources at that every effort to maintain a home at least three or four weeks. This seedling oranges have practically all +
is tight
stuck to hill story at first but, when Tiller a the info to what form of four hundred dollars always! in the business of should have the result of boosting gone as well aa the tangerine The
told of the magasine, admitted that amusement to getting aside aa from getting the ;borrowed. Today he which leads to progress prices more noticeably than .has yet remaining grapefruit, the June

he might have been mistaken about stewed will be but ---- --- ---- ------ --- - ---- - - -- -- been apparent, and the probabilities blooms of the seedling oranges, and -,
provided
the gun being there and cocked. So oysters smile. I are that the growers will get cheering the Valencias will\ constitute the oat-
he smiles knowing
there was another Cause! for ilk/Ter, Post Commander a Nelson Makinson THE CURB ATHLETIC ASS'N' TO returns. Local strawberry offerings put for the rest of the year. Marsh
ence .f opinion as to deta'U. But all members to be present, as I have been somewhat lower than grapefruit and Valencias will s'a-t la
those are not the )kind of thanes that urges all ex-service men who are usual this week but not so much re- another month.EVERYBODY .
are of uppermost thought in Klssini-I eligible well as for-membership. Let'llo! IS WELL MEET NEXT TUESDAY duced as Secretary O'Bannon of the

I -.--.--'- i Growers' association, had feared. INVITFD TO

mee.While everyone is taking things There was a highly pleasing program -- Little damnge, if any, was done to COURT OF HONOR TONIGHT:
good natnredly, and cooly, as before rendered at the Christian Opened Tuesday On Articles Of strawberry plants in this vicinity.
mentioned, the stories of the Times church on Sunday morning by the is Scout for
The need of rnin not so gre-vt as The Boy Court of Hon'T
nevertheless are cutting under the Woman's Missionary Society in With Fine Incorporation To Report ''n the'! Plant City section If anpareit the scouts to pa's their tea's w"I be
skin of all the respectable people in. memory of Dr. A. L Shelton who was FindingsThe Iv reliable reports are true And On- held tonight in the court h"f 'II
the klan, among the antl-klan following killed at the Tibetan border February out
ceola county continues! to turn o'clock. This is a very i->tc-" ins
and among the neutrals, for they 17. 1922. The meeting was opened fln" large brrr'es.' The chief dn"ng* teremony, and the peop'e of Kim-
f
are giving false impressions. The by singing "Shall We Gather at I' Fresh vegetables temporary officers e'ecfed lit done in., O'reola was to you"bean* mee are all invited to attend "')me
first day aside from the story of the the River?" and followed by scrip- red strawberries, organization; meeting of the K'simmee and cucumbers. A few ptchn' out and see the boys make g>od
main events which was legitimate in ture reading by Mrs. L. H. Gedge. A : Darlington avenue by Athletic A<*ncintion last De-. beans we-e damaged so much as to
started the false impression Nelson err Tuesday morning !' who were delegated td*.w
popular opinion, splendid paper was read by Mrs. be classed oa lost, while, others sus-
ani C. C E'-er
Rev. J. A. Scott ,
according to the. beliefeoneo Makinson, "The purpose of the ly when the curb articles of incorporation f'r thrllIoclaton tained twenty percent ini-ry andsome !
the above-mentioned Shelton Memorial and the proposed bow to the public. will p"<""ent repo' ti-e'v. Melons se.*.i evanpel'st and sirge- whi h ve been
escaped :
pIe who have the welfare of their orgmnlratlon.: W. II. McGarvey and wives of Kissimmee n next Tu sd-.v, ni<**.>t at 7:30 at the to have been: nipped about ten per- spending several meeting weeks in a' K h"ssn;: F st s (

cities at heart. The impression was Rev. W. B. Young, visiting members to return the bow. of C left for M Iton.
left that Oseeda county was in a who knew Dr. Shelton personally Thursday showed' ; The time is getting verv rear whet Monday morning 3w the eMd, -tveather I Baptist, where church they, will c nt'''' t yesterday elf-
of regardto
frame in opening day's ,' b-
usual
highly excited gave some reminiscences mice's champions Vp s' be-'
writer In Kissimmee when just s-rvlces. These tw 'ien
minI!. The lurid of the Times their association with him. Mrs. row morning will find team should he put in 'he AH\ offlc', evangelirtic
fore the r"is
daylight rwe nmenthermnmrter have made 1 lirge nil" beof "
a
staff told how Darling was In hiding L. S. Provin then followed with an did assortment of good numerous ether matt-rs alon dropped to 81. T"<"<''trlivlieht -'v their in Kissirnmeo. ad
In some desolate' pine barrens his interesting paper on Doctor Jellus'School. County Agent Wilson trlefuUnfit need attention. If i I' during stay
higher
but enthusifsti'ud
was one degree accorded -
friends fearing for his life. That While the offering was being' 'ed with the the hope of Pat Joh I'o to 33giH nb u' have been
showing a drop their work.
kind of talk does get on some pto- taken, "In the Sweet Bye and Bye," j He believes that as rr,,'<<-'. -r d the other firers! thaf eight in the rrcrninp with contlu1' iences in
I
ple's nerve and it is entirely possible was rung. A program of like character I customed to the very large attend'mcm.y b' "fi '.e i"'me't't"i '" nfte'-wn'-ds Mnnday -
that believing all the stories they was given by Christian churches i! realize its regular Everyone interested! i Is urged to also holds the record fo.- coH".' ---.t
had heard from agitators that some all over the United States and it I'I forth, great stimulus especial notice of the t'me' a" 'nrin.the rl"v the maximum registered PROGRAM
did fear dire catastrophes. The day was very impressive to those attend- agricultural industries is necessary to call the rreefin-* a' 'I being 65. .
following the first story in the Timea ing. cal soils are adapted rarly !honrn' al'"o-'nt -t' "" m'n Sunday, February 25, 4 l>. ",. ?
Darling was at hia home however, that the general thor conflicting affairs next week. t

and Wednesday did not he seem was to on fear the for streets his life.of CHAMBER ADDRESSEDBY -= ample seasons.It .supply of time'-is 7130:-next-Tuesiiy n ght NO-FETTHlGTAW I Broadway. Band Stand

Kissimrree and nobody noticed any of is understood that -- -
n' 1'RR YOUR CAR
the wild terror stricken folks dock being taken to provide NEEDED IN r-OUNTY KISSIMMEE CONCFRT BAND
HAMILTON
ing bullet at the Times story might L. A. for the growers since BEFORE MARCH FIRST I ct
lead some to' believe would happen. I demonstrated their J. n. WOODBECK. ConductorMarch"Triumphal"

He '*ras, with two friends of good Drive ronize the market It Pursuant to a city ordInance p*>..- Pat John :ton Ex"r'"c: '! ;:; "t! Hi" t! -
physical statute; Messrs.. SIever and Discusses Lake Shore established affair and i December 6, 1922 all owners and ___.___,_ Locke
Fleming ''whom some people ..aldwere1 As Part Of Bulkhead mee's vegetable-eating of automobiles or ether, Views On Ho r And Cat- Overture "MorningNoon and .'

>>OdT Ruarda but If they were remember Tuesday it vehicles are required: to regis tle No-Fence Law Night In Vienna" ____Sn'.H J ,
seemed 2to; feel they,were Job Proceedings Iv, every same with the city clerk at the Czardas Hungarian Melody._____ .:
needy' ') .the. general atti Saturday. 1 ___ _Houllsel.au. "
udgffng.by HalLOwing in county last
i at ; The mectlnar: Orange
.
. .Nor has any untoward ..venttraaplftd Washington's birthday the Armstrong PetTY. .( : to the non-arrivM of the week: f- the purp'ts of dis devotedto ''
Chamber or Commerce: WM .. .____ :.Ste'i! >hae. "
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tq'cau.. fear; Everything : \ '01, I). C.. magamln' *. : lstTatlon tars the regular five-day local option as nppl'ed. to a rvvfenc 1Brrows "
A lIarnl\ton. -
is running' along smoothly' execpt the an address-by L; ; the house at'121 :: < undercurrent of, that ". the the Country Club and elsewhere on. ., extended to March 1 after The Lotus FlowerShumiacl.
sorrows will\ spend some time : been which is decidedly' osrtinent tr qws-
.'r-eV a the sub teet of a; lake ahore boulevard. Soprano Polo -The .Holy' City., (t9f y
TlmnjfcM.vBeen: fit,,to"; give .He is doinf magazine date the ordinance will be rig tions, affectin. Osceola. While the ?
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biacl--p the ar.d He ots*.. .T*. r" o--d, t"bot a veryjIX'totW'\ ; -- "**-' ' 1 requestMr)
around
|.n county ,:. O1foreed."c. majority of the .enti -Florida. ..Mr. 'erty'
l For :last tt'ghVs paperist-Ui::: .. '"
tr } ,14rin-esa.ee0n.the s !Tsubject. :i ? ." -\:.. .''MarchMajeatio" .-.v-U-f: .,,;asa_..!
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TWO II THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY. GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1923 ,
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0IX poo---- (( (.., WEEKLY CITRUS REVIEW: orangrei and grapefruit. Is very ROo4 ':t,'
.:. and the fruit itself: generally I* Ii.,' \

) PULPIT SUGGESTIONS I ? BONNIE 'BELLE- : HEAUTY SHOP* The weekly citrus "review by ol F.the L. ing satisfaction. '"
office
Issued from the'
-> Jlrs.; W, S. Grnhanv Skelly as '
EXTENSION
,
WORK CHANGES
' ( American\ Fruit; Growers says
from Or. Norton's Sunday Sormoit., A: ivrfoel SallHfnntloii nunrnlit'i.' i..j. i. <. Orangei/ / : Approximately seventy COUNTY'S -FARMING METHODS '.'
MctliodlHt ChOrch. .j._jrAiiiSs. '(jaiv ai'KciAM'v. : ( 'v' percent cf the Florida orange crop .,
.- ---- result the romaining The, first agricultural extencioaairent !
h now' moved. As a >
0- 'Phone 2.11 105' I'ark Ave, f.: Text: "Let us 'go' on to perfection. *' are in utrong pOKI.I employed by county.Ky,.

VOLt I,1I<,b. 6th vhfljiter, ]1st ver c:, .............,............,.... ............_.._........... . ................. .* tion. However oranges, 'Califoinia's shipments in 1 1917!> found farmer there dill
i Every!: day is a fresh bfjrinmnK'/ :J.- I of navel oranges, recently }have rourag-ed over its agricultural conditions.
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L't.uM! "go pn." to mrre knowledge.OiKtinn :==. =_.:= ': increased, largely. For four day Crops were poor, there woe

| knowledge liva at the .foun B.DlfcKERSON I 'I "dill1"cbruIII'Y/ 11 California's navelJHhipir.eiits practically no live stock being fed as"'
Editor .
:dation of Cliirntlan I'lu.rRdl'r.ellirc: / J amoui.lctl la a total of5)I)'> ; sufficient feed could not bo grown; n.
Aasista -the sinrcre -m-Hk' oft h1"word htt'yt"'may (1r.\"Tlr.'l'Tc-ilr: : \ U"1tl.'u.IH: c ears. The ocnnffLmarket; / : him Leon clover hud been! grown in the county .
* avow Vi01X-bv." I -- / timing the past week ,11I(1'' for more than 20 years. Soil tests
strong
THE] i:' 1 Let UH "//to on" to richer exncr- ,,1 I ] nv, ,",1. 'llilt'k t nnl or SlumM I'l.iMli rliiam \ -" INII I good fruit well' packed will (Ifoittinuo/ chowcd that good crops cf clover!< "
|'ii'iict-s.! Kilo wund "ye will feel( 1>'(,("1 1i Itciilv
i and ye will pray. Every day of tho I : : mi \I K ri nr.iTi. ': 1 Ciapcfruit: : Thoic, has. been" H cjnUideiable "t(,"(,. Fulton county contains' no
The year rcul'd l Li* mudo to brinjr us richer -,--- -- - strengthening in tlie i'l- rock of any kind and its' farmers

publish -- ..Xpl'li.IIC(.... of every Christian deIlijChl. v. m ;I H-- --w. -J.-: STEKP: ''lUll )' anil demand for j'lIlwfIUit. vC'ere unfamiliar with tho use of) linti;
mee v 'Co; d nualily fruit" has cmitinui'ii, inI but n peisislent campaign demon.strating .
the ha f Let us "If 0 on" to"" higher\ attninnii'nts. : KRIBBS & STEED I strung: depiiind" ,' and I there) lias been/ aI the effect of its. use and tl.e
cur at I Pray and will aspire.Firrt i t that if orIdmaiy vulue of leguminous! crops both for
had you II I .n,1 *',um..JIITM. at l..wI I considerable" recovery on <
ango Atlornrjw
are important but .. d'ute manure and for feed, which theline -
bino principle I Kl luh..n. '. I'lorlilil' ,, ''pl.hty.| To iippri\iinnte-: Hi-ecu
I there aio things still higher and nobler I 1 Krnrrnl ....'(I.T In nil flnlI .. .nd II\' liflv-lwo 1 percent( of t the I Flor'da' made il possible! to grow," has
wa ..ESTBY to attuin-personal intimacy with I nllril" | !Milieu' ( ,.iirls.c l. ,nlJ)(>fru'l cup. 'has moved. With UK, ,revolutionised, farming. methods there
they Wein v i ( Christ Hie indwelling of the Holv ---- -- ------ --- ---. ---- (c nsideialile( : amount of fi uit still "lejmainmg OMI-1,101)) of the 1WO': furrm r,. '
the TEST 1 Spirit power in prayer growing st-n- I"\\ .iniiNsTiix= ; !I' I \IJIT: : / I"i ices. may be l'XII.d, t"l i I port, ing in t the lust. census from Fulton
was nzctte < 1 j itlvouess' Id !*in-into the mystery <.f ''he giiveil'e.l! l.inrely by the vol) '''"' olFlorid. t county were feeding, ITvo stork,
< Ihinll'< 'lIk!:' these tho Christian should JOHNSTON & 'GARRETTATTORNKYSATLAW .) ..h"1/I1\'III11/ : If t Ihev reiiiAin. fiml" I tin- "ulI Y'" hay and forage,
high Instiircd with a noble discontent to ;; ; within the limit of cmiMiining ,' rop' \\ It.-! valued at over $360,000.; A

with t( for a third of a century the name ,'nt!>I'. ( ifllu10, 11 and I 1-: ()"ccol.i! i.inU: ,| city there i is 'evi .ry outlooU! fm, "pU"1 -II'I'> made' in Ihe .spring of 1922'!
Calumet has stoc. as t"e< ctnblemof I Let us "go on" to J' largrr uxeful1 : I factry\ priceTfMigernii -. shi ucd !that one acre out of every
1 <. Know aii'l will feel. Fel liuildmg.K 111111'1,1 I i i\ the' seeded to
p ever, you [ s The <|iiitlt\: of in county wax red
time iwe the best baluujj: ; powtier.; Its land, you will pray.: 1'ray anil you wil I! I I>>| MM 1:1: :. df the tangerines: armiiii,; in I IN'inniUet i lover" , alfalfa. or sweet clover and

shone .steady.{ G-owth! of tYtvor; among ''aspire.: Aspire and you will woik.I .-- - --- i'i."ini'I , < h.ipri'Velik'd" ,, a high le\c'! I "I i SKI percent" of the 25,000 acrespli.nled

of American hci'scxv'!: *. _*' Ii.. reached I Lei us work for! Jod UH never before .--- - I of Pili" '"., bi'i'Hii e nf drjnc's' I lepmt-, to coin' hl,1I/ "(II.tl'h crop" ofs
i this )''''11'. Iflli-e.\ N'l '.'' !n-! <. in iiuinjr sh pM'eiit-. Finn, juicvI >y hean-i. Three t thousand tfna! of
ei'.ir.'B
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such. : iHtit d.c sale
pi oportons .icLv ofCA In.o.\TI\ii 1.IlnC-\S'I-; |.|I' "n. :. N";. 3 j IS 1 t tI I 'in'i-'ini'.s ale in MM v I'M lk"it! demand I lime;' weie u : ; : CKNTKU;:- '
THThe I tr. '' ". ". I ill''i irri.it! many inuiKetA : I !':'JJ!: al"II':1 n result, of this work
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;* 1 INTKKKSTS; <: \1'.11 En HUKF.; \f II" ,. '_ .1 't.i I IL1 IMI 1 " little nore :.Ir'H -i\I\. pel''rent of I accottling, to repoits of the United: 1

High .1 C1.J'i.'i'I1I'E; T --.- -, DR. B. L. W1LKERSONiu i "e t'lal rilriM croii of '.'I..d' l ln-" tiU::.<" ,depaitment! of agriculture, the '
Ih' ,"III"" i'f t 1)0.) vi-io.i..t! "11 itvirKnhl
look in .. xst ,',o.t., I the. [imp "t tniii--' e.u h ...f ,.1'- fin' nu-rs of the county have rest reil.heir
ilev I Ii 'i'i tivitW-H. ihe
pn/ < !1.1! in ri: jn :\ i isr'
.gchoothingi 11.'I1II"d' Sfiteilepiu i I't-s and i'i.in'| fru't I b ing ,a < gixeli / credit ami are (paying their
,11IU"I of \
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The Economy nrt"iU'J] 'i POIYDER WI' tin/ -nt nf iivi 'ictilt' '11" i I' ".'IIIIi.a ., '. '" "I" ','/ .. I : '. > 11 : 1 hove. With all danger of fler/e debts. aii'' improving their home c nditions -
tempt .. the i' acticiilly! (I'll t 1'b. i id.i gmwi'is' iiiiiii and have started u largi*
FIIIIICI*
uccei i b : '1/2 time ;is much .1: tliut of any o hvr t>ranJ. lepi-v cntaf!! iM- tn II' rin exiellint! |i i-ilnm[ pal !I'cuhi 11Vi amount of puie-lned poultry and live,
fi Nt n.t"11! tup In the French( / mireliant
sport) This is lha best. proof cf its bupcrior' inai'iie. ; tiainlng' .ship, tlie ..lacillii's '" i < tbo quantity' of lute bloom fruit on stockvoik.! .
leticH.us Jj merits, --of the wholesome fo<>ds th.it, it ."(\vay" ('artier. After the close of th- Auto LicenseIni.mi. i .ihe trees be tutisidtro'd... : :Much of this
noi produces of the cconomi'ivl; '>:1J imliili; "|.j rcvulta ujir" tho Frei'rh ,naval: ,, authorities! iniiuguiiiteil !It.. 1 liloorn fn.it! is of as good ,if not I'loiida tanked, twelfth in the nationwide
less stablto such ingredients )iiiup of naval 1 officers. aboard( one of 4 I'oiintant' work.Uoem sliipinints aie properly ilintrbuleii campaign for the |>eriixl 1 from October
' re' ai have been oiiiciallv: approved by the United merchant slips plying the lians-' I'!, StJite! r! Hank ISuildiii, : truin' tins, time on, si, as toavoid 1. 11M<>. to September :HO, 1022. At
stand i Stales Food Aulh rili... Received highest Atlantic! in ordinary coinniei'i-ial linniness. I nn> i on.sidi'ralilirush In the I the close of that period there were
biggeth? awards at World's Pure Food Exposition,!Chi. | One nf the duties of these iflirors JESSIE__D._ 1 KLEINMANDR. : _ : markets at une time. Ih,'"> I is apparently 72: Floiida. members enrolled in the
cagoi Paris Exposition, Pari,. France. Has more / wns to rei'eive lailiu we itherripoitK iiiiUniii; ,n tlie way of a most t tIt campaign, and there were 7,231 animals
in a than the ordinary leavening strength therefore lireadi'HSt by .radio fiom cnn'linental - : learmmean R. J. DENNINGDKV1IST tii-rn-lal( business is.. eveelli'iit allover this state. The campaign has been
you use Ie... The preference of a nation be stati / cause it is the most dependable of leaveners f.m .ships. lit .sea. that were1illui ; the "UII"t, t the demand,, fur. oui con lucted! for more than three years.

> regardless of the price you pay Buy it-try \\ ); In i onimunicnte, weather i beivation.s Over the l'o-toffice.I1'IC1 .
Toe It always use it. to !the .Iuciiies/ Caitier. Jtttnted .
| ; <; lli >l K.>. n t" 12 ;li". 1 3o In I
to dt -- .. houis. The ilata thu< collectaboard \ {tsidcnce 1'lione 17-1-

spiritWe ,arE WORLD GREATEST BAKING POWDER '" .ship. wi'le ihaited! and analyed Office !Phone lot;)/
Vcant iItl1<' < tiniiiry( way by met.
; t. (inilngists, and, I fmoraM.s!' and adirex - -- -- -
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the i \ sent! out In the neiKhbin" ve i-
11. II A Killl > IIL'.MH.I'l 11.1 I' SIMMH.NS; I'' \ MlillltlSMN: ): .111.! ing '
Some . Is, IIldIl1/!) then in' the Mifc nnvigit-: I II *

port t inn nf t heir i nil --i1. ,
![ Beat F Fertilizers Insecticide Sprayers Poultry Suppliei '1 liev jitlur liuieau UM* xisiti'd! btlie > ATT<1HNKV-AT-1..V\V= "'

2. Honest Goods Fair Prices Prompt Shipment o! ''J'I' 1:1: charge/ of t this.. piojei-t.l I I OKI'IC.'HSWinter

Aak Your Neighbor-He Knows :iiul, ) niaiiditail( > wt-re, ranged' /: till Park Florida
UET NhW FALL PKICKLISI': HKFOKK siudyinji, t tlw ship at i-ea with re]>ortlfit'in t I
6. )IJI'YINU; ; .' Anierlenn; stutiniM 1.1"1'' - __ __u _______ .__, __

E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida !these.. rtiuld I lie, 1)h/ ,'" up. It 'is picas. ':..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ':..:..:.':..:..:..:..:.':..:..:..:..:.
.int to mtntion the leiidly.. and( eort'lal .

I ,; i el.it ions.. that have dexelipeil: ,m ..;. TIH\In\1.\HBI.I&IH\111': : : (; 1 1: :::
inline. lion with this wirk; and quite ':' ( 'O.Ml'A.NY.: TAMI'A .:.
Gazelle "Want Ads" Do the \Work "lecintly( K.; I !. Howie, "chief fiirocasteiif \ .;:. _ .'.

.. tinweather! : l bureau. : \t.... exteivlc I Iin '::' :M o :N; t. .M I iNT: s .:. ..
:: iin'tation, i, tu tj.Ki': p.i-saye: on the v

-- _. .-. .lu-ii.'i'| C'lLii-r. at the "1'ine "I'( hi-i, leUiin M I I l ,lowilei. ,. A to I ,lance I'uini her ne\t "!''I'\ .:... .'.

II = -- -- to the I'nited' States. in i..di" I i 1 yr.iin'j; r.r :-.:.-:..:-:..:..,..:-:..:-:-:..:-:..;..:..;-:-:..:..:. :..:-:. I "
1 lint-liiiiid! .. mfi'i mat"itm ,,i- lo th.op!'- ,
'ration of I thin interest! HIT proj. > tt <>fniaintaining I What Maud Purina Represents

a fltating fOI'<'L..t. center |
ahoaid,, n vessel.. systeniatiinil .' CITY
I iinvigniing tin1. Atlantic.t : PURINA is the moat famous mule character In

t In coiin'Tti'.ni, with this i1 sit. ;Mi., MAUD country Moat everybody knows Ma.iul. Maud is

I Bowie will ulso. visit Lit;: hcadquartei! i an amusing mule. But her
I MEAT MARKET main intent in life ia to rep- "
I of KK'toorolofrical! services at
I l'Hi''iUid!
THE UNIVERSAL CAR with': '.'thel'di i.I'.t'ctors'' b the;f.ol'ein; In-.cop., : I horses. Maud has shown thousands;! oC horse and mule owners: .
F I .( 4M&X: < &\.Van 'lre" L-? ' Fresh Meed and why dry, tasteless oats, corn and hay do not produce the most
,
'K-S!I II II II II II "'IIX!!AAi'ul: 1 l untij'ro..Wint"l'eus' ngiibmeans ; < i ., energy and longest service from work animals. "" \.
of weather fort-casts the snfetv ,
of navigation: on the Atlnntic and I VegetablesPhone It is not the quantity you feed but the kind. Corn and oats '

: "tI her, ei ears lack variety and make it necessary to send mules and horses to
| Th'f- whole ""Ioj.-., l I- on1 M1 \\hi'li.* oasture if they urc expected to last long.
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I ,11011'" ,.ie 1 irrcntly! inteuted.' 44
The del< pn ("II. of r.nlio; ,c "inniun> Purina O-Molenc cupplies ihe< necessary: voticty to keep the
I ( nt ion h.ne made p i.s. th'p th" exln animals in good health and make them

sion of a \eiy, 1I1'I'ol'lant' "" 1'I." '. stronger The choice grains arc
I hose,) :it j-ea vh, <, |I"M i-tofure havelieen "'4..u<.*.:-:.*.>->>-:..:..:-><-;>.:.,><;.._* a special that put through
makes
them
process
. icalj absolutelv out of more ap
pract :. v
M. TILLER petizing. This process also makes Q-Molene
i
touch with l'iid: as s'ui as the r ships
111'1'.1! below the hoir.on.MIIUK more completely digestible. This, of course,

I Real Fstale Agency i produces more results. And you use much
: AND: UI-TTIH: : IKACHKS.N ln ! t I
less
I O.Molent than ordinary grains or "mixed
( \ : UK II VI II) I.N: II I OHIO I \ u "
feed.
I Realty= Bought nncJ fold.rented. .
A \,1\i t inilileonie. insect,,, ""r t'.," 11/"e Try a few bags and watch the excellent
.
peach' aliI I piuin is the plum c'jii'' 1, \ results.
'II"", \\ "1111- in' |,cai ,V-es. .111 ''e j "" I Taxes pilid) and Title' vcrifi Sold By

p.uli- of :MM" ,"..toli". They helmuT" [ ed for non-re-dcnts.: J ..
to the, Tb"'i'oiiKli ".sprnyintf; ,puking, up and i I I 1'irr. Life jnd Accident In

.''t '11'1' ill ,' diops anilf '*.*'' "'1I1'> die .Ir: inci". :7Indemnitv
FLORIDA
| lIat: i ''I|; a. the tontriil III":""" I Bond. '. FEED STORES
T ciiiculio, ,inaKt-s kiiripuiutices ; :. '
.e" t \\ o <
,,,, in the pcri'/hc-i.: mifoi' I leeiin "" '<,**<"5 c-,".,><:..>.:.<.+ >.),.',

;' ,I.I.IIKV- ",ml the ot hi r 'in u !i c'
r to lav its iKV'- .J! It. \\ IIholl. i->it. 306
'I'olej'i-t: "I'the' Klui'd, (e\i| i .111''ul.it'onivaTtn , I Broadway
: ; "'ie' :aie t\vi, Inn, 01- o cold ?
.: '
this wi evil In'tlis! : .''al... Tne" l the (1'11' he-( jn>t afti/ tin. TELEPHONE US YOUR
b'oninmi',' pe.ioil. iind Ihe, -i ,conn jnliefon. r I KOLATUM NEEDS
\ ( Prices Lowest in History they J lipin. The. em I;, nf the
I tii-.t, bioid arc laid in the
I of Ford Motor Co. ''pi.idles, , which 1 soon 0". The y'JlIII"'j Call Up No. 218TWO.ONEEIGHT

( optinucs" to livi in the pe.icii. ; until ,
full jrrown, when il enters the viouil: ' ,
Today,with many commodities still priced ,
lo K into the pupa slHi e. I
above the pre-war basis, you can buy a 11 'i.-, l ihei, efore, very impi.itant 'that I

) Ford car for less money than ever before th"ounjf" peach drops I he picked;' up I -- .
before these' weevils have had time to -- -=
in the history of the Ford Motor Company Kiinplete, their development' and enter -- .

the Kiound. Th,'.v should I he pickj j NW
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The Ford Sedan equipped with ed up once or twice' u week and treated i SPECIAL SEED OFFER

electric starter demountable rims extra in such a manner as to destioy the ..."" '""" "'".*
I.nr".n. "'I.ld. ,
irrubx. a? by buininjf or by thoroughly nuol K.w, .??,,.
( rim and non-skid tires all around, is with cookinp in hot water.ThoiouKh $1.00-15. Beautiful
Packages
Home For Those -$1.00 .
out doubt the greatest value ever offered cultivation, of the orchard Away From Home I 1.'P..ld.
will help to reduce I the weevil infestation Special .
; in a motor car. t us usually' the insects do not Attractively Decorated Mower Seed OflVritem. Specia, Garden gee| Olf'er'
< urn II"",.". <'. .. ..
enter the I'ound'I'Y deeply.The' I : lllnpr.lITTI. tj....
)( llr.n.v..
And you get the same quality depend peaches .should. be sprayed with Weekly Rates I I ;': ...ll.1 I'rtnnlBH.:*': ""'"I'kl"i",,,KI. Nl; II..... ,, Br ...HVHntt ....IC... .'t'.le.....

ability and economy for which Ford cars lend arsenate (dissolved in lime water T.I...... HB.p. 1).1"I, ....... I...... " /<- r'or., B.tWe .. ....r......
ral. .rbP... ..
) junt us the petals are falling. In I Phone 221 111111. (.1... ( .n..b.... Ok.a. .
Excellent t MealsNEID'S n..bl. ZI..I... "'Uu.. ...-
are noted-with all the comforts and con Florida all peaches arc not apt tobl ....... 0.10.... ""...... : ,

It t veniences that go along with an enclosed .t>,m at the same time, but they cheerfully advise you WHAT WHEN and now To"plMt"
: hould be spraye-i i when enough lilosso'ms I ..
-- -- -- Writ for <;.
,
r ( job. i df Oar
have appeared, to set a (crop or,
( I better noon the first appearance of MILLS FARM SPECIAL

/ Let us have your order now for reason weevil injury. Two wet'k"J.1er\: the HEALING BATHS GI lnll' Germination and Price,, on Season.bU Seid.

ably prompt delivery. Terms if desired. peaches should be sprayed ajrain, and
a month befoie the fruit ripens. a JSHtM.SEED STORE

I third spraying should be riven. For Kecommvnded. for Rheumatism and '. T". Flerl.t, ..... .
M. C. the second and third spraying, 1'ro- all kinds of Skin J Diseases and Stomach JACKSONVILLE.
AUTREYI fessor Wutson advises the use of Troubles. 31 Weet Dunl St. FLoRIDA

-. I self-boiled lime-8ulphur solution to p_ O. Box 102 ,;
Authorized Dealer : each 50 rallons -which 1 pound of Also mineral water for drinking .f
lead arsenate haa been added. purposes. ,
Phone 165 ,
Kissimmcc, Florida i -- '
Jimmie Melton-I wish I could re- ___.::3
... \ I urrange the alphabet. CHAS. NETO Owner
Jimmie's, Own-And why '

. . I Jamea IJd put you.and I clone tol'.the.F ; Order.From First-Class Job Work Our Spicia )
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rld. 'Animator, /Phone .208 KlMJmme' Florida
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- THE. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY,FElmUA. 23, 1923 THBEK -
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MERCHANtS, : '0 a- FARMERS. BANKI_ :



OF KISSIMMEE I LIE I ;'

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the enlargement of its directorate by the addition of four well-known
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i men of Kissimmee and a president of another bank. It takes pleasure

I in introducing the following new officers and directors: ,: : : '


J. WADE TUCKER, OF KISSIMMEE---President .
Vice-President and General Manager of the Ev- I
erglades Cypress Company.

GEORGE W. PERSONS, OF KISSIMMEE Vic
.Proprietor of the Dollar Limit Store, member .
Board of Governors of Chamber of Commerce .
and City Commissioner of City of Kissimmee r
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MAR VIN M. MILLER OF KISSIMMEE---Director. .
Naval Stores and Cattle Man. .

F. C. BRYAN, OF KISSIMMEE---Director


FOREST Groceryman.LAKE, OF SANFORDDirectorMayor I

of Sanford; President of Seminole County .
Bank of Sanford. 0

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:,' These.and the,other directors; R. G., Minick; of Kissimmee 9 J.. M. Wills n,"' fl\\Kissimmeej, '?andLewis ,,<;,
,; Bryan, df Kissimmee make this bank strictly, .: '" i *:: ',4,'_0!"" )",


A HOME INSTITUTION _
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: which will direct its efforts toward development of business in Kissimmee and Osceola County Nrr
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rr, The officers and directors intend to make this institution the largest, strongest -

and most useful bank for the development of the resources of Osceola County. -

To accomplish this it will be necessary for all of you, good friends loaf this 1
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county, to, .

KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME '

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FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF OSCEOLA COUNTY 11

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This Bank ,Stands Ready to Co-Operate With the Citizens. 'to Thisf End I
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,!,I MERCHANTS. & FARMERS BANK of KsskiimoeJ. I:!;


:J ,WAEE TUCKER, President

:'! ,. GEORGE;, w. PERSONS 3, Vice.President.J.. M., WILLSON, Cashier .. ,,
,I:'!, ,R. G. MINICK F. C., BRYAN M. M. MILLER FOREST LAKE LEWIS: O'BRYAN ;'; .

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11 TIlE KISSOflCEK TALLBT GAZETTE. FRIPAY FEBRUARY S3. IMSVOL' {

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KISS1HHEE VALLEY GAZETTET appealed ,to and 'made member of, building, 'automobile buying Mving hip, made our crow a. supervisory I OgCEOLA 'COUNTT GIVEN' IS' """ /'

the best men IB the klan everywhere banks deposits and the like In this committee and put our officers at AB&AOC( BTX

country T hard work. Then they hang hugepresents'
beliered for the rood of the
they (Continued from Paire One
aT .Now the foregoing carries great on oar Chlrstmas tree chat -
"SUB KIMIMMEB VAIXHT GAZETTE. community that the' local organiza weight One of the most humiliating ted about the differences! between The people'who resent this mafalr''"

EVERY!: FRIDAY lion should return its charter: and .features of the prohibition problemat Turkey and "Dear old Blighty" for a publicity, who the commvnl-

KIB8IMMKIS.. : : FIXMUDA. disband. "Their usefulness, they be- this particular time is the attitudeof while, and then returned the command ty-reepecting compose all "faeUoas.are

W. I). KAURIS -. _,iPre.lde7itJO. lieved, had been hampered by accoaa- supposedly reputable citizen. who of the ship back to our captain. not objecting to any legitimate
a. VANS AflNKW.!: >...-Becr 'tary their make bootlegging possible by personal Soon afterwards came the French ,xpo e. Neither does The Gasetto.
tlon of entirely to
acts foreign
ALLJSON T. KItENCU-...._...EdtturNVHMCRIP1iOat patronage.. These men stand well delegation, using different methodsbut It respect a newspaper' which under.

M"'I'BS purposes and ideals.' New emditiens\, in the community and would Indignantly in the same spirit, and 'all wondering : TURKISH takes to expose any condition which

One Copy, One .-..r--.._._|J.OO had arisen, therefore, which were resent any suggestion of .un. why we too were! not out capturing VIRGINIA is detrimental to the common good

One One Copy Copy, Three Mix )Month Month_ I...60Knt (10 detrimental .to the best good .of the patriotic act In continuing to indulge .other ships on this the one' BURLCY But it does object to the methods w

community. And, while clinging: to their appetite at the expense of the day; when the highest ranking; officer "sed at present. The Gazette would
Editor) ( re their ideals to giveup
they were ready
me, Florida' ucund-cliuui matter) number in community! !
AasUtaf'jiiia.'r.r any every command of those in his service for some of the things which- have'
-' the machinery which left open tm- maintain this selfish attitude serious I
JTHE All communication! ; irxcppt from au- as a symbol of Christmas! 'hilar- happened atound Osceola county. As
thorllfd corr<>npoiulnt,{" must be stoned combattable opportunities for discrediting difficulties in the enforcement of the ity. Not wishing to be behind. times, stated' editorially in, this issue it be.

] y4 Rejected matter by the will. writer.he returned If their organization. law will ''continue.: It is, therefore avery we launched a motor boat, colll"ctda j lievesth; <* existence of klan and antlVlan -
hopeful story summed up bv theLedger's dozen of the most comical, of the :
called! fur. We believe this action was the factions are deterimental to the
The correspondent in the paragraph crew and took entire possession! or'' good, and should both
common be'
one to take We Relieve it is above
public roreiun Adv rll"ini| h'.itre..mtfitlv. right I quoted ; for when those' the Urgent British battleship in the dissolved. But it would like to
knee V L TIEAMERICANI'kL':: S.. SSOCIATIOM still the right thing to do. Knowing who are susceptible to shame square harbor, but left the impression that 1 lh the ha .r their acts with conscience it will be '
many of these men who are reputedto Americans as a rule are oppiensiv! r 1 wthout: unnecessary defamation
I'
cur at FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23. 1923 be klansmen and knowing themto I easy of enough humans to control called the lower order "- sober and melancholy. (Author's 'I I m,. abrurd statements. Absurd statements nor

had a be of the ideals "bootleggers. note: The British seamen received AMIRIANTefuII7d1ml ? Yes. Look at last night's
b men highest men I Northwestern; ( Christian Advocate, 'I 1
no ego wa;, t 'KU KLUX KLAN KISS1MMEE: : who would sacrifice, and who have December 27, 1922. an extra allowance of rum on Christma8 Times, full of them. Take Dr. Wlnn'a
pt
morning we .received none '
---- ; case in another issue The Tim, man
they vWe . - Kissiminee has had a' lot of unpleasant sacrificed, for the good of Klssirnmee LANE SENDS MORE INTERESTING all. Small wonder that W: failed tn I I We arrived in"' Constantinople againthe says the story .he heard most was
and Saint Cloud and Osceola county, demonstrate our nation UM ben"; peopled and received that professional jrtalwusy J was
in the y notoriety this week. It is tenth of January responsible
was n<{' we believe they will take such action. ', NEWS FROM GREECE I by. comedians and i.kesniiths.) i rush orders to be ready to leave for The "writer could not find
the kind of which is misleading '
.
publicity I Christmas.
after
Twudays we rereived who had / heard
cette For present! conditions regardless of Athens within eight hours. Over t1 single person ever!
high to the people not conversant t the intricacies which have brought !I U. S. S. Kane, No.. 235; U. S. Naval orders to proceed,. i to Tiebizord ''sixty thousand, gallons of oil were that theory advanced before/ The

with with the facts. From it the averagetrader them Detachment in l European Waters, and !stopped for a few I hours) at S'tm- taken: iihuai'il, several I boat loadof xtatcment may lie a comment ry on

High would jet( the idea that Osce- j into beingare hurting the com- I Via" Constantinople. Bourn on the route < up th-' Hlack Sot II i iI provisions, our collection of moil for the classof people the Times la getting

o succf c la county is terror-stricken, wild!, '; munily. They are hurting business. Athens. Greece, January 13, 1923 I coast.! At Trebizond fter a f'wclUYK' t the past t I two weeks and we left for its information from but evidently
in the niival .f t'oeinek
time taw /They are. making hnrd-builded Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette. delay : < Piraeus befon dark. S'ow' speed was they don't hang around-Kis
and unsafe, instead] of law.abiiing (:
Efxinos I'ontos
as steamer
weproeealed
she, achievements crumble. They are retarding -' Kissimmee Florida I nude thri.ugh the )Dardanelles which simmer and no. one ban been seen by
one ot m II county as one can find.\ The Interfering to round up sixteen hundred Mentered ,'mlthe next! motninTjsfter the writer from Saint Cloud who was
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average reader will i itot Mop t to oon- I progress. They are | Hear Sir: Sine my letter of December refugees, mostly with proper enforcement of laws tenth it be of furthprinlt'n.'t and them aboard,I under thesnpcrvtion a .
may put
elder that the particular) instance 1\IOln"'III. All ',.long the lmi>Uof ",.It. would like t i find! out who is
THThe which precipitated the publicity n'ns I they are tying/ the hands cf authori hoar to some of your readers to of the N'ir East Keli'f., .I'.:, I D.'rdiiiiellr' ,,, ); are" ski-U-t'HH, of le-poniible. for "the I Dr. Winn affair,
ties. They are discrediting\ men of of the continued 1 activities of thin escorted tinKf: '-in' s to (Ordon. tin". Although f" \Mii"" ot.-n-i1: things th it have thapprred
-hit Mink dining w dt.
brought upon|> himself by the man I part of our little fleet. it being f ( ; ...1' !
/ neressitry r o. \ It like to
would and
Highlookin !|Igo(1d, repute, they are. hurting wellearned ( hi, faim' rote" -\\ ,1\' .is hardly in ire! see;
who made the Our chip remained in Constantinople hips I be convoyed : i-i! ,. ..
affidavit by intru-ion, IIM 'p' MI tlvm, lill the. w.atlu-i'. w.iswill mill Jo all it can ti> help reputations. They are providing l- II i iivi.
for
the Christmas holidays during by some, neutral as: wellkcepior !! ;"' ,
.choo where lit' lit1 not scantedAlleged powv 8bul the itppiehension of (
Knew\ was and ninth, ', \\ .- pa'd opportunities for unlawful and! which period, we all had t their nationaj colts! h'ddenliile
: a
\ very.onoyable .Ilfl takes the law into his hands.
thing
; , own
responsibility for till eats: is i.houlll 'in n, I'haiii: k ii f -w hours '
temp to IK, believed in dangcimis! acts. Tliey' are causing time, especially on ChrintI \\ ;in Turkish WRh'I'.). At I ( )"ed"owe !h'ti-r mi 1'' b '.f' u-, dark pas.--d out into Hut ,it t des, not accept the theory that
S'inie .
.uct'e quarters heartaches.We I mas morning, when we became acquainted helped put seven huiuln-l t m inrefugees because an organisation is accused, of
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> ,I I i t the I bid." I IJs'I'elcng." | : / \rilwhc "
sport regardless of where the threats' with the queer but pleasing" aboard; in thin bitter tl" n cuing it the .organisation (thereforedid
!
reiogni/.e( the justice of thecontention \\i found, much mlld'rnlh..t..
letleR. originated. ;Many outside readers will practices and traditions! of both the a seve epidemic of small pus was it. That! the cxi'-tonee of the klan
us no not detest the twisted fiictv whic'i; ,' that the Ku Klux Klan is British and French sailois in honor of discovered] and many i pi*: ..on \\ rti W art" \.n. 1"1':11'I : t'i"' s'-ap'-rt, .duet, pn vide i pportunity for lawless
leee blamed for acts in which; it takes no the o'a sion. Hardly had we finishedour i put al"ird I, i before its ,discovery aft."' of Athens an.I some eighteen, miles nits i admitted.. That's fie main
leave a lying impression of I Osccola nine o'clock. breakfast when which all .!: ,lilt, f'r'ii that on the morning -
estabto i ":lIt. We recognize that some of the over hands aboaid the hip, nu. j iity. tensor' why tins' paper feels the klan
re county in the columns of the Tamp j i opposition. and, much of the agitation our Fide came a capture party of the berinj.over two thousand i. had lo be of tintwelfth: I end uiiimdiattlyassume. should /go out of IoUM lII'M. in this
standthis Times when its! reporter grow to the | most strange beings/:, we had ever !: imnied iitely vaccinated. The lifxino .! our duties. here; hI we-vcr, cominiinity.
against the klan is for )personal rea seen; at their head! l'onto, then we are all given ample opportunityto
lengths of misrepresentation' ,.xhihit-I| was an enormous went on to Samsoun This stalled! out to lie a news story,
sons. We recognize the difficultiesin and ludicrous mock officer, painted' con'o.1 I by another destroyer. where visit iind see the many interesting. I il'
ut
ed In Thursday's issue. And the n'.1! wandered! off into the expression
In a the way of disbanding the organi ,I I up for the occasion wearing about II''anoth..i thousand refugees were taken point about Athens. ";',. -xpei-t to of convictions.. The main ideais
learnmean gultiuit mental state, teem leudiiiK zation. We know ,some of the people six pounds of /gold: lace and braid and ubn.ird after which, she sailed for remain here, about a week. I before. re"uniing that Kissimmee n"v'ris In amore
such sensational stuff is carrying three '' cruise, which .includen the'
of
one exaggerated greatswords, while'I ConsUiPtinopli fofnficr - will "crow, that certain elements ,, time
one of belief that his cocked hat was decorated with the I before her trip. to Atln-iis.) the ultimate putt> i-f .1I.xiialrII! i i, \11 her.we will, nrnd; than it I IK at this writing. The

T OsCeola county is. Inwless.Osceola will think they have "bluffed the legend "Admiral Fu Fu." Following I ilfstilialioii cf the refugees. l b e gi\en a chance to -e'f' th- 1'yra- '- stories in the Times are hurting Os-'

to d county is notlawless.. It klaimmen out," we know that some him came his personal bodyguard This. is the j general plan followed in niid.s.. Sphinx J ., (111111+ onilm, and Egypt/ ceoln's reputation and l Florida's rep

people will think they have "laid consisting of his. lieutenant ( who was the evacuation of the Armenians and in general as well IK a visit to Cairo, utation. The sooner )people, quit talkIng -
spillWe has been done an injustice by the down." i incidentally really a lieutenant in Greet:
highly colored reports by the thread the Hrjtish navy while the admiralwas fact is that there are always, in I ISamsoun visit to .lei, usalem; t then by way of'Heiruth lie the relief.Tlutl's. wood( advice.
eoun To send back the klan's charter ;
the of imagination which runs throughall in real life a seamen under him), especially due to the direct j Damascus and ;Mcrrina back The writer will take it right now.
Somsal. sensational reading matter. now' under, the circumstances' for the' and a half-dozen wild-looking aborig route to Sivas and into the interior, to Constantinople/ taking in all a full I

good of the community will not belying inca currying huge clubs. Following several thousand waiting! for t transportation | month fur the circuit. Our duties will j KEKEKAII LOIMKS; !: TO MEET
The
Ku Klux Klan i.s pictured a? down! I j clcselv were the admiral's "fiddlers which\ cannot lie found. of course' I be of paramount \import-,

2. creating a reign( of terror in this It will be three" with queer-looking and queer- In all the ports which we hale' viited I unce. neve'ltheless, it is a wonderful I I The Rebekah Lodge, No. 42, of Kissimmee -
a patriotic, high ideated
county. Outsiders might believe that sounding noise-makers; his "harem," the crew" has been welcomed opportunity which has been extendedto with the Kebcknh\ Lodge, No.

danger to life and property exists ,community-building honest step to specially provided for the occasion, ashore and have always found new j us to S.Mthe t many wonders ofthis 2:1.: of Saint 'loud, will hold an open

4fi. from the Klan. Residents of take Mr. Klansman, you will then and a dozen others of his retinue. .sights and customs; the fact is that' the most nm-ictit portion of the booster mc'c'lInon/ Friday night,
Kissini-
fi.8s' have all the law-abiding citizens with Altogether they were an impressive- although Samsoun and Trebizond globe, and I shall be pleased! tn write March 2, at the Od.l Fellows! hall.

mee have a fairly good, idea of who I' you in your efforts to support the looking !Right due to their ridiculous only perhaps two hundred ar"'j') again upon our return to Constantinople All Odd,! Fellows. Uebekahs 1 and their

.are Klnnsmen here. If current belief'! instead, attirement and crazy antics. We apart and are both in Anatolia thereis and tell of some of the places friends, cordially invited.. ,
+)+* as to personnel is true, stomc of, and laws of opposition to some: were rather puzzled at first but were a wide difference in the customs of and sights. I Secretary.If .

many Jof J the very best men in the I! law enforcement because of misunderstanding assured that it was "quite the usual the two places' and throughout; the Until then remain -- -- - --
I and misrepresentation.ou thing don't you know" whereupon Near )East we find, something; new Sincerely yours, I you want the lowest' price on
communiu-belontf\ to the organization. \ quality| flour, come to the
they took Independent
complete the
will huve all true Americanswith possession of and instructive in every port. LOYAL L. LANE.
No sane nuin who knows these. men I I Grocery.: C
I in stand for 100
you your percent -
would for a minute consider" them
Americanism. You will deptive,
eaponsible for nor acquiescent" in,
I III
s, undrels. of the opportunity of do-
Home of the thinA'R'whidl rumor Ins.
ing things which do
they now can
claimed have taken [lla't.. No think-: I and blame.
on you.
ann Ing man would for a niomeit believe'
i For the greater good we believe
for that those men, many of whom linve/
tend I you should "pocket pride" in
been active worker for the public your
To.p i favor of the common welfare the
. good, are guilty of, or sanction, sending -
with Sc threatening notes ,to .other mer 'J good of the, county, and send back'your .M-ICIlfflN TIRSWe

( charter, .
t hant+ In the cities of this'. J I
,( :, : ,} !;,.county::1'' !* Mr.'"Anti," we' believe .the same at. '
.$ij Dut \thtlyi'tftf\ ;;theJblame! fu h_ t
.m :, ;' ." daltardly trlrkse and'! the unUunkJn3'f p titudfjshouldbel I\, + taken 4by3you.i. ; Webelieve
"' ( the klan should send back its

BWallow Then there the flories is the whole nli-kliin o'ga-' I.charter, and we believe you should'disband 1 are going to give you the benefit of the. I

,
otoJu '' as nn organization and J /a.:; individual II
be lion. )tide( too ore g.nmen;| c >n- .
,
cientlouM men intcre- tii in t",- n'.' uals.,; opponents to other individ old prices on our stock until March 1 1923.

fare jjf the .'ommunitII">, |P \i-\i d l land "

Join Co curled as are the k'tuwen.' Tim- '' iijjrro;Mfc with"Neutral us. we feel sure you III HERE ARE SOME: ROCK BOTTOM PRICES ON WORLD'S QUALITY TIRES AM) '1'l'BERMICHELIN'S

two factions ui<> created" lu- f.-. --
For the sake of the communityourbusineises
tions of men who sliouM\, I be pollen r
our good name, our homes,
together for the common food I. l hilt
IctV all throw. down all affiliations

0 opposed of to their each community.Last other to. the iletriment uhich right or wrong in themslvt'sare . OLD PRICESBUY MICHELIN'S NEW PRICES

not conducive to co-operation, and
summer. these t too factions,,
e the common /good.; With the !good
were somewhat bitter, and wild stogies -

were circulate'! This paper finally i, men in all factions pulling together NOW AND SAVE MONEY EFFECTIVE .
I the undesirable man will havelittle FEBRUARY 12 1923
refusal to print matter from i ,
[I chance to establish himself here, !and
1 either side, as the agitation was hurlIng ''
'all of us together can soon weed him Hing- : Regular .
the city and cau"innothing'/ hut I'''! out. The individual who is usingeither Size Shaped I Oversize Cord I I I Size I (L-a.rle. Size Shaped Ring- ,I Oversize) H"ulnr b'abricTuhes \
harm. Saner heads both using Size
prevailed, ,j side of the controversy for personal Tubes CordsSoft (surds.. lords <<< "asinK;

sides quit agitating, find Ki".lmmt'c'l ; ends will soon show himself up. Bead Clincher Type Soft
Bead
went forward. Till now no mention Clincher Type

of the Ku Klux and "antis" has been I! Together, as good citizens of Once- 28x3 I J$2.401 I I I 28x8 I $2.40
ola county let us run down the harm-
made by The Gazette Hut the time: 30x3 2.45
I
$10.00
ful influences support the laws of 30x3 2.45 I
has come when we cannot keep silent $11.40
for j city, state and nation upbuild the 30x312.70': $15.50 $12.75 12.75 30x31/! I 2.70 $16.90
i is $14.25
f again agitation threatened, an'] i I
agitation, not constructive, causes ,I community pull tOA'ethl'r'in construc- 31x4 3.45 15.00 :Ux4 I 3.75 I 16.901 I
tive efforts of all\ kinds and make
more harm than the thing which 'I .
Straight Side
i Osceola county a better place in Type Straight Side Type
started it. Until recently the I
community -
has been busy working\ together which to live. I II I II 30x31$2.70: $15.00 30x3!_ $2.70 $16.80] )

to take advantage, of On'01x15 < I A HOPEFUL TREND | 32x3Y:! 2.90 $23.35 18.90 :32: 3.20 :$r25.9 II 20,9031x

wonderful riurrc*, t lo rear the, I i II 31x4 3.45 26.45 .1 3.75 29.80

1'i cjty which can be, and which will he. ;| of The Public date Ledger has a significant of' Philadelphiarecent : arti- 32x4 3.70 29.15 22.50 32 I 4.20 32.80 25.25

But outside publicity has come, unfair le of 33x4 3.85 30.05 23.35' '
;l ( from the pen a speclfl! 3:3: 4.30 I
publicity we believe, unfortunate pondi-nt upon the changing : 34x4 4.00 30.85 24,1532x41 / I 33.80 25.95
attitude'I.1 I 34
publicity we know. We say "unfor I of the non-prohibition public 4.50 34.80 I 26.90

tunate publicity" advisedly. Why ? I tin Eighteenth Amendment. ', 4.75 37.70 26.45 :J2x41, 5.35 I 42.40 29.80
narrating at Icny'h' a conversation I ,
!Because it has mode harder the thing ;! X'i'ong: si.-vernl business, : men of bibu ( 33x41/!' r 4.90 38.55 :j3: ; 5.45 4R40

, which the best men of the Man find lout proclivities who were udmitlnR. I 34x41j., 5.10 39.50 a.I I 5.65 I 44:50: I
of, the "antis" I their h nntaticn nt their
und of the "neutral* growing con | 35x41j.. 5.25 40.70
I 3: !)
5.R5
and violation the I 45.80
have been working to bring abi.ut. s; '!f-indulRerice law I
I That thing is harmony or folk! wing paragraph closes the \letter. I 36x41/;_ 5.40 41.55. :31i{f) n.lO I 46.80
co-opera
Ii I Our discussion, reached a conclusion 33x5 .70 46.95 .
,i tion. Achievement of result was! well\ somewhat along these lines: Tr.if- I 33x5 6.55 52.80

under wny. For n long time n factional '!'f Ticking with bootleggers! /\ is gradually 34x5 I 6.85 48.15 34 6.70 54.40 I

feeling had; .1 been apparent. coming to be regarded as not quite 35x5 6.00 49.30 35 I 6.90
Cool clear-headed judgment held the thing As liquor stocks carried 55.50
Klan members !]lilt home are exhausted\ a great many 37x5 6.30 51.85 37 I 7.25 58.40
r '> sway. had realised citi/eni will never break the law to 36x6 9AO 86.00 I
t the light' in which they had been replenish them. The supply of cocktails 36x6 I 9.90 88.00

placed a false one they contend. Nfln- or other drinks at banquets etc.,

participants in either faction had recognized is already becoming; an exception
that rather than the rule. The carrying!/:
frequently the klan had
flasks, at first looked upon as "spor .
been blamed for acts for which it was ty" is not nearly so widely indulgedin

f fi' not responsible. "AntU" recognized by decent people. Public sentiment MAKINSON BIG HARDWARE

thin fact too. If we are correctly informed toward professional bootleggersis
changing and severe sentences are
end we believe we are, a
now widely approved. In short the l
movement ha been on foot some time whole trend is distinctly toward less

1 4., to disband the klan, and the "antis," and less drinking among reputable NEAR THE DEPOT KISSIMMEE' '- I .

# in thli eomm nfty. Reputed klansrn citizen' PHONE 123'* .

.fl'fc&T '.tateet that while they had Incidentally, have.you ever stoppedto '
consider how far the closing of the .
- ',' -
fa no waftIo.dced the Ideal which
: saloons hM
..,. helped to boom home
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: J B :.. n EATHER-REPORT, .: Public_ Schools AGRJCULrU AL POINTERS' ',

", 'QfAdal Bunetln of dally tern. '. . Fifth Month TE'I5OODAYLABORERS5oo

3."Dished perata're' b7, and the preclpltations ssimmee fur-Cooperative '.. Jean First Grade: Freddie Lorente, LEO H. \WILSON.. COUNTY AUKNT: W.A. !

England Russell
Mrs. 'J- J. McCranie of J cK/.onrin., "".. U. S. Weather ureauStation Rogers, Martha Mae Ta'l Brier<)r,, James Kath- Sure was hard luck for growers In

yiHit.ed Mr.:J.. Z. RobOTwn, Sunday for the 'Weelr'finding. errn Parker Ordia Bass, Riley Bass. Florida to have their young tender

85c : Friday, Februa'tJ'' 1923: milard JerJan, Blanche Cotter. Marguerite beans, cucumbers, tomatoes, and other ,
Shaves, I5chalrcut. ; children Johns Gertrude small vegetables, nipped by the
00' Miller.Evelyn
KC; at CI1Oflarber_ Sh p. 18-tf 00 Date Max.Kin. Prep., Newsome, Martha 'Glenn O'Bannon, frost. We are in the same boat .so ,
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Saturday Feb
|,eo II. Wilson, left yesterday for 4 Sunday, ,Feb 18..63'17.61 40 81 .00.00 4 4 Polly Yates, Virginia Hall,. Benjamin strongly advise that you replant at

Barlow/ for a few days! ,,n official. 00 Monday, Feb 19 65 4 Cooper, Starke Frierson, Cecil Ship- once so you can come in for the early:
83
.00 man,- Charles Fortner, Azalea Win- market. No doubt that farther north To set tomato plants and pick beans and peas.
"sinelMl t Tuesday Wednesday! Feb 20.66 34 ..00 4 frey, Rhudine Vickers Florlne .Dan- in Florida, and other southern states,.

Mr. and Mrs. L. C.. Tyler (Rather- 4; hI'nidy' ,Feb Feb 22.71 21.70 38 !.00 Ida, Adelaide Wagers, Agnes F. the recent cold'wannore- severethan ---'Wages $2.00 per day. Free house rent.
87
ine Derbyshire) are gueitm of Or. and 00. .00. Richardson, Eunice Mabel( here in Oaceola county. Growers "6DON'T
Friday Feb
..rH. erb'shlre. 4, 23 -75 39 .00 McLaughlin, Vera PMllipsl iorothea here for that reason have even more -
Readings are made at 8:00: a. Belle Katz, Lessie Johnson Iris Al- than .an even break, for many fieldsof
In. for the preceding :WRITE-BUT COME AT
ONCE
Try a real Spanish omelet.. at Du. > twenty-four beam and cucumbers that were
fonl'a! Cafe.. SMv. > hour. *. 4 len.Second Grade: Kathryn Smith advanced, suffered little if any from I
,ALLISON T. FRENCH. Gladys Pope Lottie Partin. Fleda the frost. Just open up that furrow, "- :

and Mra. Carpenter, of Los 0. Cooperative Observer. 4 Milar, Emma Sue Millard, Beatrice right over the beds you had fertilized, .

Aneelcii, California, are the ruetts of 4 444444.4 .44.e.. .. Luesing, Hazel. Hall, Verna Dur- and plant your seed again.- Cultivateto :

.. Mr.t. Frances Neeper, at 405 Clay rance Dolly Cooper, Hildegrade the best advantage, and rush up
W. B. YOUNGMOORE
Ktrocl. _____ Miss ElizabethDonegan has been Chapman, Virginia Carter, Flcanna 'your crops. Constant stirring and J
kt'd.akflnshlflg at MInick's visiting Miami friends.See Burrows, Donald Phillips, Musto working around the plants will conserve .
Expert 60-tf Burrows, James Parker, Katherine mol"t re. and hasten the maturity

Rrxall Druic Store. Bennett's special ad on this Butler, Rosalie Carr, Ellen Geiger, of the crop. HAVEN FLORIDA i ,

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson page. Hilda Hansell Margaret Merrill, For' diseases on your truck crops <

have sold their .home--ono: >ner of Mr. Leolcn McCullough, Martha Lee Wil- spray or dust with a fungicida.: Bordeaux
Urnck and Lake streets to>> B. Diker- teturned and from Mrs. J.M. Duncan have k rson. Edward Haync, Hubeit I mixture as a liquid spray I
a delightful visit on Keene,, Thomas Rightmire. Albert saves your crops from diseases if you ,

en. ______ the east coa at. Skinner, Harry Watson, Billie Strat- I, use the Kpray as'a preventative, -- -- -- -- -- S
K:!HO where in this issue will be The Mid-Statelecorators ton. I, rather us" a cure. Bettt-r spray at

found the announcement of Misilihiidya four more large (,are lertlical constructing 1'hird Grade: Louise Darling, regular periods and keep out d'sases 1 \

): ' spring millinery opening, for signs; one for Chapin & Cull. electrical Woodrow Duggar, George Key, Rene ,that will run through the'field in several -
Krula'y" March 2. supply house one for the Lake- Ledl't-tter Harry John--Navp; Hubrt I days destroying the crop. -
view hotel ; Smith Edward White, Howard) Watson -I Leaf eating insects on the foliage
I If you want the lowest price on Newnham ;all and one for Lowey &* DeKhela Alderman, Olive Baw-,can be controlled bv the use of Dad A1OTcEw

i ,Iii )' flour, come to the Independ-* of Leeeburg. en, Edna Barclay, Dorothy Mvers. :arsenate Bit a liquid spray or as n "T I E.

-it Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Stilwell, of Margaret POP!!. Rosalie I Hilton, Thi'lma ,ilutH. )For sucking insects use blacV II ;

"I Hill ami her daufchter-in-law, Mount Vernon, Ohio are spenditiRTI Yntes, La Rue Cole Hernicc Mc- leaf 40, about one part to lOt partsof
r" of Narcoon, !. ut- I winter in Kiscimmee. They intended Karland, Virginia I Hannah MyrtleKortner water.If t
:Mrs.. Victor Hill lawn Tues to stay but a few day but are Sollio Barber, :Marvel 'K'ng your land is BuitubK1. for gruin I
t i.riU-l. I the Bullock party so charmed with Kisximmfe, especially Leander J mith, Ted I lln-tzel. Cecil crops, by all\ means plant it to some ,

day. Broadway that they Minx Mitzi Diets, of South Jack- the winter.If Jrade; : Sadie Alvey, 1<'1'SII. farmer, your farm inot complete: I ..- -'- I ,

otivillp. is in Ki$nimmee visiting her I"eq Young, Mary .Francos Smith, if you are not producing' or pint' ,
..nrciits, Mr. und Mr. A. A. Diets at you, waittlit. lowest i>ric! on !Margaret J c'r"oll.fay! \Mritr. \\A-H- 'of the J1'Rin the stock will consume .
( home in 1'inedale. quality flour I'ont,! t hc' Independent Tie Joiiu!*, Inez Daw-son Mildred luring the year. On our farm as

( In- r Grocery. I ('arr Jlurpuret\ Whidden, Lois Whid- I boy, we cultivated ten acres of "I NOTICE is hereby given that ,
Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. den Bonita CIlwr. Hc/sxie Quirk I 11)lunlc'd'Iv.t beans in the ,middles! .1i
II"rrls. Gazette office. 14-tf City tax Iookswill clone Sat urclay, I. Matthew Davis, Jack Ncwliy., Rodney I| about I two acres of sweet potatoes

March :HI.{i A penalty:! five per cent Corr. Jane Pugh Frances May Cur-. I, an acre\ or le'K in peanuts, tluee or the tax books of Osceola Coun'f'f
Mr. and Mrs T.! N. Huffman of wiH l he added if not paid by that date. ,. ibid Higtlon" Juanila Hall FlorenceMcCorquedale four aries of covvpeas mid when it
vii-itinR Mrs.'' Huff- J. R. (;illa'it, city clerk! and, rolled-ir. I|
Jacksonville are Billie Pell, Allen Da- came time to plant corn again: we always )
,-".n'" parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. C. 10-tf ViM Allen, Williaini', Guy Watson, I hud corn left over from the ty will close promptly on April t
Norton. Robert Hole, mbe .1. .1. Griffin llilK I' tt
MIKK Kula Render, of Lu( .ranlCc. previous ""'01'. On our farm, w'j carried t
"rt Butts Eat? Ktelnman Susie Mac fed
and
; horse of our own,
:Mount Miss Verde Irene schools Ingram., wall ntudont in Kis im-at neorjftu, is, the)Kpfixlint guest" of Home Mrx.I I timf I II. C.inKifthiinniee : St Hill a!iintr.O IIe.ntli..John... Yodel'Rightmire.Fifth Paul. Milar. the preiu-her's one horse off and! on during I First. All\\ taxes for the year .
Ilryan. the fed and marketed about
her Stanruid. MISH Render in plt'8HI"JIJynmf'mb'I'.d year 1 .
hire over Sunday visiting par- (;irade lIulc.lukc'\ JuxepVi sold
: 40) bead of bogs that we only fr
< IIlft. Mr. and Mrs. I.. II. nltram. teacher) in Onceoln here! UK high former school, and munic i inreceiving Jeffords. Jan. Eurl I.upfer, Jr., Hu"-I six cents! per pound dressed had at 1922 not paid by that date will :

James Watklns.: of Portsmouth a cordial welcome from her sell! Swain Oliver, Carbon, 1 llorii !<", least two or three hundred chickens : (
Kmimmee I'hyllic England, Alta Ruth Over. i turkeys. Several l milk ; ,
(- )hio. Is with upending Mr. :and'Mrs.a few days W. D.in Sees, many; friends. ..trr t. Doris I Keen Marie McFarland twenty-five cows puftured during the winter on be delinquent and subject to

nt 811 Main street. City tax hockn will close !Saturday: Lloyd BIIRK, Herbert' Ilass, Harry beans, nnd the only feed we had to
:March :SI. A !penalty of five I per cent Hert Dale, Johnnie 1 Driggern, William I buy was stunts and cotton seed meal
Have your Sunday dinner -at Du- will be added if not paid by I that date. Img, Arthur SnodgrusH.Sixth / . for our cows. This farm was a pay- sale. In writing this office relative !

Pont'a Cafe "In the Heart of KisHimmee. J. R. Gilbert. city clerk! and collector. Grade: Eunice hiss. Betty I! ing farm. So many farms here in -'
." ]OtfJ. Mae Sny Tin
Mr. and Mrs! C. n. Thacker and) <.... Si'am.' .Jr., came down fiom the I'Xward Champagne Dfuee! lenman them !!o. You have the soil. What ,

>ah*. of Auburn Indiana, are domiciled university for the week-end. accompanied Ralph May.: Harold SteinbaiiKb need, is the push. Call on your
in the apartment recently addedto by his mother, who has been Frank Sihmidt. George Sigler, Arthur you county agent to push you off. This description of your property

the G. W. Best residence.If B.nrfin.r4om.! .. time in Gainesville Fowler, Clifford Chapman, R' g- in in my line.. and it will be a pleasureto
with her on. They were accompaniedby er Brower, Christine 1'hillipH Eugenia lend aKRistance.Our .
you want the lowest price on- Mix i *. Margaret Brunson who went Oliver Peter Makinnon. motto for the citrus grower and enclose postage;

quality flour, come to the Independent S to Gainesville to attend the several Seventh Grade: Kdith !lIaise JOHCphine !:, this season is ("\clean \bright fruit.

Groce>ry. friitcrnity dances. (:,ifliii, Ruth Stewart ))ollulJWulkI' Thorough pruning, cultivating, fertilization -
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Walter Co. -- Franklin. Edwards Bennett and above all\ else, for
Kats. ,
Meadames Edgar Kisximntee Business College offers! O' l\lInon. I' .
But -- - ------
ble and Roy StarMrd who are mak thorough preparation in bookkeeping, Eighth: Grade: Fiance ftailey, bright fruit, spray, spray spray. ," \
ingn e.tftHk trip through .Uva .Mgh' graitt'rtenogrftphic woik, touch Edwin Hume spra "Bt the right time or just save

r.orlh, are opecteJ, home Sunday. typewriting, spelling, filing, business! I Ninth Grade: : Catheiine Denning that expense and apply it to fertilizer -I

Nellie letter writing, etc. *x I Jeunette Griffin, Ruth llerzberg, Julia -I and other grove piactices. Spray
and Miss ; !
Mrs. W. L. Paulk -- ing at the right time will certainly H
their Americanism Ladles of tho i iChrl..tian Ledbettor, Christine May Geneva results. Ycur first
Best displayed The Aid ISocil'ty give you good
22. "'"P'" Miller', Ethel Owen Ina )'ha)', Irene I BANDY
yesterday<< February by ? church will have a cooked spray now should come ten to twenty
ihree flogs in the school lunch 24 beginning Sponco.Tenlh. after the bloom provided '
large fond tale, Saturday, February (:Jrade Katherine Miller days you
room. at 11 a. m.. at the old Central -i : have diseases as melaiione, jgcab, or
______ Eleventh Grade: Elizabeth G. Mo-;
drug store room. There will be withertip,. and insects as scale orhitefiy.
If you want the, lowest price on for that Sundry Icy, Dens Snodgrass.: to 'use U i bcr' TAX COLLECTOR
sll sorts of good things : The spray .
to Ole Independent .Twlf h Grade Afthlr! Simpson,
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com
flour
quality ,
S dinner pies, cakes, etc. The deaux oil emulsion, a combination
Lewis F. S. Ledbetter
Grocery. Christian Endeavor will nlsu lellfipm..1nl1dlf I Campbell. pray for insects\ and diseases.! .Prepare -

Miss, Eilr.abethConard' ; visited her candy, of various, kinds.' Lewis O'Bryan.UNIFORM,' ," ,- '\ as: :3 pounds lime, 3 pounds blue- It< '
hotel Sat- I.IUUAGtluWH stone, 50 gallons water and add 3
the Graystone
mother at
Miss Conard Is The worker's; council of the Meth- --- quarts of oil emulsion. This la a" surespray.
i rday and Sunday. nchool Or- idist., Sunday: school, held its regular Cnpper's Weekly gives the following !! Try it this "plin
senior\ in the Cathedral mr.pthly meeting at the Hungalow.Tueuduv fuels. in support of the bill recently FOR HAI.l'V-Vulcnn fireproof unfc. In- i I rlla and truck farming live stock
I lmdo.; evening. Excellent reports( -- - .Hid* moHHuri-rni'm llxlft 4n<*hewvlKlit. poultry and dairying Hend for free
introduced by Senator Cappl < lUll' pounilx. Mm (l. I'1.I1.ma. mimpli' copy or 25 cents for three
tux borks will! close Saturday were brought in from all the denart- cure uniformity i in marriage U'Ut! I 120 llnu-k HI reel 10-i'lx niontlia. Yearly Bubitcrlptloii, Jl.OU,
City of nvt''' rent men14' <.f the school, and Rev. W. ..C.Joten divorce customsthroughout theUnited liar.year... $%,00. I'ubilnhnd twice
i. pt'r
!March S A penalty :- interpnting talk on ,j-1 .tI Af.I' ftno nr..R., giu'aI ia.asturaIi. : a InQlllh.d.h'ra" The. .Fartnar andl4toeknan
will be "1lte.1! l if not paid l by thus' clat. gave an Stoles: "uit .a-ar. HL 1'\.1\ 1,1' 'Iul..., sSIa- I No. ID Kcwnnii, .Street,
.J. K. Gilbert, city clerk anj collector. the duty of the teachers, impreSKintrupon l.'l.ODi: ) giiU, 15, legally married. Too dose a shave? si[i lid p.- > re \\ mite S P. XVIIll.iniH.Wnurhulii. Jnekounvlllu. Florida. 11-tfo
them the importance of promptness : ; I .
Florida. K-tf
10-tf I r.O.OOOr/ rls. tH.; legally married. -- --
and l eing an-eximplc for their! t.OOO( () boys, 15, legally married. TKI-KORAPIIY. -(Tloth liallwiiy and
nl.rk-j MENTHOLATUM KOH SAt.KHuff OrpliiKtoa. AKUH fur C'nmmerclal.) Touch Typewriting
A new nnd beautiful line of pupils.Kcrria. :H.OOO( ( boys Hi;, legally married. ImU'hliiK. from lilue rlldion\ winners DUBliioaa-Pensniannhlp Rallway-Bta-
wear at The Hat Shop. Mrs. J. I 1). I -- No minority age limit for. mal nag comforts and heals lit the fair. I'rIeto home petiple.1.0l tloii-AKency./ Quickly master un-
Woodbeck. ) sti-ain White Leghorn eirgslor In 17 stntex.Legal C per Hi-ttlnar I ( setting, $1.50 for 15. Orders takn I'nrker. Phone IKK 7tfvFOK rutcK to new atudcntK taIl or
---- I mairiage for girls 1-!
age ; .
write T1IK TAMPA HUH1NKHH COL,
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Mr. Lena Van Puzon, her sister- I for day-old chicks at 20ceach or for boys lf, in i) states. 8ALK-One Bets Electric Wall 1EIi. Telegraph Kept.. Tnmpu Via.
in-law, Mrs. Mack, and Kreamer Van ; $1K per hundred. G. Y. Rant KisKirn- No prohibition of mariinge of (ee- I'late.' practically new. At a reasonuble 1. M. Hnlton J'r ..ldoJlI. t-4tc
]>uror, drove down from Orlando yesterday -I mee, Florida. ( Filling Station Saint ble-minded in 10) states. prIce. Apply Valley Oa- --
QIlAPlii
and the afternoon visiting I Cloud road.) mette. T-tf. ADAPTED BUNCH bring
spent of
Inherited diseases of children
paying/ returns eighteen month after
old friends._ Mrs. Woodbeck's--Hat Shop Was ascent murriu es. now legal in most states, r Good digestion! r FOR SAI.R.:: I"or'It..n fiirnlahedrtoome "Inn tinA'. Plant nil acreage' and -
anal No TrcnpaB. Cards 10 Im Independent. Dest commercla.1fruit '
If you want the lowest price on of beauty Tuesday for the open- cost ${iOOOO,000 a year. they regulate the system/ Cents each at The Oaxette otlIes.C Invpatment in south; fruit
quality flour, come to the Independent ing and was attended by a large Divorce not obtainable on any pleain I t4I 4lf brings hlghent prim. We Introduced .
number of ladies from Kissimmee and one state, is granted in another on ----- -- tln-HO grapes Into Florida and
Grocery. mere evidence of bad temper on the I FOR HALF!-Fine residence property.Apply lucy huve been dolutf, well ten saSlimIS. -
vicinity. The window was artisticallytrimmed DC KINGS PILLSLf al tho office of The VnllevOaictlo. Other adapted fruits also; tree
Mr. Oliver P. Taw will resign his with leghorns in blue anTI part of either husband or wife. KlKslinmte.. 3-It lilucbfrrleH. blackberries, flfra. peacb-
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position an instructor in bookkeeping salmon color and inside were noted constipation (, ...a. etc. Full Information; free catalog .
at the Kissimmee Business College. tome beautiful creations. A large It ban. been said that about all many FOR RENT :. Adapted Nurseries Tampa. Fla.
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March first, but will finish the term lavender and purple hat of horse hair people do to conserve our forests in
FOIl HKNT- One hulf I of thi HuH Cluh
to shoot woodpeckers. The trouble in -
with those now at the school. braid trimmed with clover was unusually house, which ha. recentlv b4-on re 8KCON1J HAND HOODS bought aold
that too many of us rather have and repaired. The Casino. 44-U
pretty. paired. Partly furnished. 165 per
Complete line of pattern and tailored -- "fresh grass" for pur cows right now month. liicllidliiK garage AddreHH '
hat now on display at Mrs. J. D. I'':. S. Lawho'n, of Haine. City, has than for our children to have timber noli Club. KlKslmmev. 6-tf Cures :MalariaChillsand
Woodbeck's Hat Shop. succeeded Mr. Brooks in Tison's bar- with which to build houses next gen 666
hershop the latter having resignedto eration. LOST 'I Fever, Dengueor
Like who has been --- -- --
Mills Susan S. accept a similar; poriticn in Pat- - - : Bilious Fever.
LOHTA pati rut noi"o //Cla..lle. with
Cole at
II. C.
Mrs. I
vifiting Mr. and rick's barber shop. Mf". Lnwhorn will the namo 'A\\en"\ on te] one* bridge.
their apartments at the II. C. Stan move his family to Kissimmee at an Return to air,. Lander 316 Church ,

ford residence returned Friday to early date. BENNETT'SSPECIALS treet.. IlItaI.tb8tT41I.i
Jer- -- -- --- -
hnr home In Sommerville, New ,.
pencil. Ihani'Iaimrai -
sey. City tax books will clone Saturd-iy. fi *' ..IIrll\.1( l tin head Klndo'please ,, i AFterEveryMeal
_ March :31. A penalty of five per ce"l\: .,. FOR SALE return to Jazett e olilec. 11-ltx I
C. Rush. aceompcnied by Mr. and will be added t if not onid, by tlm' dite. I -- -- --- -- --- --- - ---- --- C
Mrs. W. R. Rush. Miss VioH !Ruh I J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collictnr10f I-'Olt S.\I.IO--Ahout thirty K llBolT IIlu"Aml",1 "" "OI-lT-Ah"UI 2'" ,nillen Holllll.. of < >f-
I phttfioura, r a lilwrk, t -atv'l or b-ivr LHtlvwan
and Rilph.
and the twins. Robert "> for \\ .-tster'.. UiiHbrMtf'o:, *) 81'u to 1011\ e pleki-d It uan...1 l lrnrrlnl .
]loft Tuesday for a tour of th? eas'roast : ---- IntcrnnUonul I Hrtioimiy.. Will t;Iv i south trawllnit\ In 11"V; i WRIGLEYSI
return tomorrow. City tnx bockswillei'ao. Satu'div.Mn -- Ford czar', with time limit lICK l-'lnd-
:. They expect to I or ace-p L dirft.rtuii'O.I If f any I lna i '
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.ch :11. A penalty of five DP cent I Hull. I ISMI1DFLm.i'IirtIit. __ _*x ir jilt iih \'e nt Cuxrtte offlce1121Y -
? will be ,,""eri if no* piid by t},,,' d -.teJ. -
hock-m-c1"'Ie: ... SATURDAY FOR 8AII--A ItiI \ SIKlKSV: .- li.ivi-
City tnx Saturday U. Gilbert city clerk anj coil '('t. just bought it troll, riilouri, Ntm I K o' WANTED I Top oil
Mn-ch 31. A penalty of five per re -twill io-tr Army Muimon IHM Ntiot-H In l>r ] 1 II cnh meal

be added if not mid by tha dit 10( Ibs Supar___ ____ _______95c: to the ,...hlie' illroot.' Trie.12' 7T.Thcno : W.\NTKI.i' -=---AnpnrHKim- - :- f.Tn ;.-: dMiiti I with a bit oi:
J. R. Gilbert clerk and coil ct'r The Kinp-'s Daughters, of the Me hod'st fhotM n ri lee nollil Ic tt.m ,
city uoU'tl \\.1 t "] \ .1 l V\'lll |iiuood: pre fur Sweet In the
heu\ double IIIK
with M< fioria
10tfProf. church met at the C1isp'eTfrse 10 lbs Fancy Kicc_________59c I rr< lI..I. '110,y UIH'TS nr<> of Ie., ,'"> tan I <'11'1111. rip set-d U'-iltir I I' NwllAi ;
-_ and en'oved a very hnnpv so- chrome leather itfllh !>ellouH tun.-...'. ] ipku. .'101'1"... 11-ltr ol WRIGLEY'S.
P. W. Cnr; ;, principal of Cocoa -'ehour on Tue..d -' Aft -1"100'1. i" 10 Tikprs Washing I'owcpr.-39c| thereby mnk.luv lhi-n wit-r.m, <. th-ough K'jis'mmco rmnl. I ..hoc>H anHilllnic vt-ry ,r,H'RIM s. nnv xpt It satisfies the
schools panned mectin was very i" plpi'a-t .. ci nittl'TH' coil maca-aid "... Will
5 Rose Bud ChcrriesI9No. .t" advlso >om i to O'd-'i 1.ne"
last Saturday, with a !'run of onve-"ition "id diffe-ent po't of oz I to Insure your order l" lnv illlpd THHIXIK pay SOc each. J. M. Wllluon. 102)t'ANTHMorc ) sweet tooth end

hi** .Kcbocl"oils.. The t "r+y had atp *-- "mt' ement he'ng' the cVef satires( o' 2 English Peas..____.lOc I tire 6 to 11, all widths. I'ny I \ people, ) to give Iheli-- I aids digcsiiojuPleasure
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Lakeand.},, .'v'dwhe' ,xnd thnS' pres-nl a-11 It'"I! Glass! Jelly _______________lOc Kho'ii money. are ordtr.not BHtislartory.Monty refund TIll U If lee .cream not only lcc&us'th'y -
_ . ant3'dIW.
njwichei flee It. but because It Is Rood forthem.
wHo" -
in s N
themselves decHinj 8. RTOTtEH CO. 1441 Ilroadway w
Mr*. 0. L. Gross of '619 MabbettFtrnet. were the b...*, A'to..et>jer, it 2 pair Men's Sochs--------19'. York City. 11-tfc '-
who won Bverel prizes:: at the was a very enjoyable occasion. LaJics IIoa __ _25e Fi'P 1114.'II-l! hpcl""s"rlnlf and mattrees MAN to mtahllsh) p"rmn- _
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Oseeola County Fair, and two lit the _JJ pir- .x : t-"washing---rmv hlm ; I rilw cent weekly door d-jv! rjr of corr....- sh. ii, ;_ '
Tampa fair carried' )'..1'e" h'blt. t" WOOD! WOOD! woom"WOOD! P,. .r I foui-')urnT nil stOVe; 4 Koanc-Splc. <;xl.art. to familytrnrte. Wia. hPCI. -
.*, -::::-- 4 poxltlon requires aome selllnKahlltty. -
OrtQwd* last week: and! won fen flr MlvanUed Iron chicken coop F.B. Attractive -llverv! sr-
pa.iI.f.n from eleven entries-of canned Pl ..r vrrrd": fffr ".""e" blanks, WE APPRECIATE YOUR Bow, 7Vine itrett. _._ Itx I furnished.' Orand Union Tea.wagon Co., ,,, f h r
gooAft, She got' first prize for bet now 190 Moec! 1 ,-lnC'''. lIv.f f,- Houthern Sales Office, Washington
B t.F -New JJT4V4 Fisk cord
canned sal*. C. '. tc v:7:
eom .English JlfI"si .rrots.. be'n.. _tovewond. p"s4nted f"l') 'It".""! J t -
- for $!t.8St./ 12-l.eh for315. Jl'OR BAL.IC-Who want a Na.hlr'; MSCELLANEOUS!
IB-lnch
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watermelon pickles a"d pr erre : < ....
tovrln oar In A-l ::'
and erange "ftraw", .S"a .!.> rot fc: yonr w1nte"nl, -" n"w. A'l 4.1IROAD3Y sKIS8IMMEEv.4 .*,.. first fm the a.,1 t #oU $% iL < I J. Uonln.. - 444t, -.. I ;.U..rthl..eltT'" 'Utx.ii 'and Btocknua whlcla... eals ,with,att.r ,
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Editor.01!_____-..,__.__Fred 'Lupfer. { :MUSIC DEI..ART.M.KNT: : SPLATTER -
Assistant Editors_.Alberta Bronaon j \I1\ .-- ,jl
-- The Oxceolu High School at the An, 'announcement made to the 8'1- q .101,
VOL Ileportfrs! I present time sounds. almost like u phomore clisss: Han anyone seen any ": ,',

Twelfth Grade _- -__Arthur Simpson ''conservatory of music. Milts Wagner thing tf a fountain pen, boat by a-So _
Eleventh GI'ade..Joannn Hitchcock 'ill trying out voices preparatory bfo"II1I11A' phomore girl, half full of ink?
Editor Tenth Grade.l. _____Eleanor Rosen the ]High School Glee Club. -..&..
Aesi. Ninth Grade.Vivian Flovd Miss Heals, toot baa been doing much Youel Johnson, a' poor' helpless' little -
Music Uepartment.Ettamay. Suhl 1!ensemble work: We hear \ and Freshman, 'persisted in laug-hinr:

.. I'duos in preparation for recitals at aloud during one of Miss WyckolT's
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Till (j sonic later date. On Monday next, fctudy periods.

The attendance in our high school i February f2fi, will occur the' secondof Miss Wyckoff (exasperated) "You-

The has been very good thin year and the series of the monthly joint recitals ol Johnson, the next time you laugh _.
publish let's keep it that way; do not give I given by members of the ex- I'm going to send you to the office(

mee V up and quit school just because you i i pi'essioh and music; department' The just as sure as' my name la-is-is ...
the ha have lost <|uite a bit of timelnd! have public is cordially invited to attend. what it is."
cur at fallen behind in your woik. With : Realize the Differencethe
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had a just a little determination and effort, The school board appropriated Mixed Pronouns ,
ago, b ran make work. If you men( y for singing/( lessons for the! The conclusion of a Freshman English
you up your pupils of the high school.! Miss Ada read follows This ,
as :
po wa. quit you will never make it up and paper ;
will lose out entirely. Make your 'I j Wagner, our new high school vocal time the bear lunged over dead. lie easy-riding Triplex New Departure bearings in

th'weVin grade each semester if possible, but |,.teacher t has been a faithful pupil of mopped his brow and said, "Gee, that ,, :. Springs (Patented) of the front and rear axles

the ) if you do not pans: the flint semester'swork i,!|MiSH Waterman for several years, S3 I sure was a close shave." I h Overland-its bulldogtbe all-steel body'and
.she will continue the work started I
by
was n I'mellter' I
zettehtgh and try harder the second You II |I Miss Waterman last year. One of our I Il I "A hexagon is a triangle with six .. motor that does not pump baked enamel finish of, the .

rto it.bring You up owe your it to average.yourself, and can to l aims is to have a Glee Club; another 1] sides.! .:-. .- bil. Overland-its longer lines, -

with your parents Jt is hard( work hat( 'in' to I be itbl to furnish our own mus- I "Columbus did his arithmetic" problems : -the twenty-five and better higher hood and lower seats. ""..
High does it. j !io for COnll11(>f11'(>mentOur' first j on a fire shovel of
'c the
i I j I ;: gasoline mileage Drive an Overland and realize -
p sac lIM-actice I was time q I eight-thirty/ o'clock. This practicewas Eleanor Rosen-"Oh, \Mr. Cason.didn't ;( y .Overland-its Timken and the difference.
SENIOR NOTES "
it back ?
ever put on
shH
you
we ... not largely attended, perhaps the ..
one ol'SThe t -- cold weather was to blame. The few One afternoon Mr. Cason took \Miss :: '
considering and ,j \
After
carefully t 1N 1
who did come, began work in earnest. Shockley and Mrs. Smith to the fair.
TH eliminating many subjects their the Seniors I Come on, Freshman girls. [Let's learn. While he was there one of the men
have finally picked essay |'to sing! that had an exhibit at the fair cried,
| subject for this For many I
year.
Hijrhlookin years Mr. E. Nelson Fell, of Warrenton I The girls' basketball team has< disbanded out, "Kring your wife and daughter" I
right over here to see the big hog.
Virginia, a former resident of for the year. Although we ,
school Kisginimee, has been giving a handsome 'I won't get the championship from our The Freshman: "Continual ver- ,\
thing mednl for the 1 best essay onI 'I distikt this year, we me going( to dancy and unbounded cheek" ,' -.r;, ,

tempi chosen subject written by any Senior have it next year. Our team this Juniors: "Be wise today, 'tis madness .' J'
succe And so this year the < class of year was practically new-some of Touring r1c'
to defy. ;
sport '23 will write on "Prohibition, a Success I the players played, their first game Seniors: "Wearing all that weight (-.1"'... -
reties v or a Failure." this season Our team had a hard of like flower." I
us no' - -- I knock in the rush of the season, because learning lightly--, a ::!r Peal rev $S2S Gape $795 Sedan $860 AH ?,ka6aLT.L*

less a SOCIETIESThe ( one of our best guards broker Coach Cason (during a "first aid /....
eetabto i her hnjrtT.! Watch us next yeni'! lecture to the Biology class) "ThenI ::: ? a the Oval nd mlvtitUtmtnl hi Ae( February ITt Saturday Kvtninf FottLUPFER

re members of the Lamer Frenhie I had to take the poor ]little dog's leg " w

etandthis nry Society were guests of the Litt'I"1 Prayer off just above the first joint to stop '(':! ('. .
Oh, brains which ,
give( ur we so need ,..;,
W.. Grady Debating Club of the poison from spreading. ( '
Oh, give u.s bruins, we humbly plead; "t. .
i
ceola high school in the school audi- .
And give us on this! day ,
in a very Mrs.! Makinson (In English history
torium last The
Friday. meeting wan
learnmoan called to order by the president, Arthur The knowledge for which we do pray. class] ) : "Raymond, what" is the meaning -

Simpson, and the following subject of improvidence?
The to is Grl..k.But
History, us ,
Raymond (awakening) : "Did you
was! debated I:
we, through it, do wisdom seek "
ask what Oliver Goldsmith read ?
T tospirit d of the Ruhr district is justified." Ate hard-but this is nothing: new. A Latin Tale
; Those takingthe affirmative side Ninth Grade Latin class thought
& PILATIIERKISSIMMEE
We were Milton Graham and Vivian The Seniors are so wise that they I that if this were a model piece of +
eoonl Floyd, and the negative, Ulv Chap- With Sophs and Juniors have a way, Latin tranrlation would be f'asy-:
the i man and Homer Keeslmg. The debate Of acting in a way ideal] Boyibus kissibus sweet girliorum. FLORIDA

Sorajportj was a good one. While the To thow importance that they feel. Girlibus likibus, wants somorum.

1. Mrs.judges Malunson were making their decision The Hapibus hearibus loud smackorum ,..; --,--=...:..": ---:--:.=." -: ,= :-_ : :; -:= --':.-:!'_-= --=-- .... -..,._. :..j
gave a reading. So let us feel importance, too- Kickibus boyibus out of the doorum. _ _
judges' decision was in favor of the I As Sophs and Juniors seem to do; u .. .

affirmative. For though we are just Freshmen --- --- ,----
green
----- - 'I I AUUT4AN'REAL KISSIMMEE PLUMBING
The Freshman knows not and, S. B.
6. Geometry Problem We wish for knowledge, too. Amen.A. knows that he knows not. I
9, Hypothesis: Given a dog and a G. The Sophomore knows not, but SHOP
bone in a refrigerator knows not that he knows not.
Conclusion: To prove that if the Fiiday afternoon during the last The Junior knows, and knows not
dog approaches the refrigerator for study period Prof. Shaver taught two that he knows. Nothing Too Big
I the bone at a right angle he will be Sophomore boys the scientific art of The Senior knows and knows that ESTATEand
a "purp-In-de-cooler"-I-xchange.: I I II scrubbing walls. I I he knows. I Nothing Too Small '

-.- ---- -- .-- -- __ n_ ___ Stearns1 Electric Paste

.-_- I I. nnnffnlMd M th e j"n..r>.n>..iititnrralnttor
l.EGIONrNOTES !\ Reunion has the money to bring his will be revived in the northwest by I JAll Work GuaranteedTo for DM. Mto, Ants
I AMERICAN 1, loved ones to St. Paul, his home, he members of the American Legion of FIRE INSURANCE Dork. ........and Wktortmci.
I I(says, and his comrades of the Legion South Dakota and Minnesota next Be Satisfactory pnnl WKrtoUino trrlnr to kill I i.ti
. Conalder i iOwslev i believe they have the influence to cut summer. ,, with powdn.... liquids or .U7 .ziartmMiMl
pMtNrsU1MHReady
Demands That Congress the immigration red tape so that the At a recent meeting held at Flund- 5 Broadway : Telephone 143 for Ua_ .ner than Trap

annlfor demand Adjusted that congress CompensationA take some (!'reunion can be -effected.-- reau circuit, S.for D.,the Legionnaires of formed a 11 Darlington Avenue JI.OX.. I'a. 1V-OS. baJa, $1J

und action on the bill providing for ad-i I With the state bonus bill signed by horse-racing purpose promoting -- SOLD KVKRYWHKRB:

Ten justed compensation to veterans of j' Governor Davis, the American Legion ment for the, people sports of and entertain-I 1 k I. -- -- --- ---.. - -- ----
Sch the World 'of Kansas is the a 1 i1
war was made by Alvin proffering use of near-by towns. /rlfJIilA"VdJ i
win tw, Owsley national commander or the its organization\ for the distribution, Madison Representatives from I
American Legion, in a recent address signing and collection of application South Dakota, Brookings towns and FIandr *u, PUBLIC SALES S'cra Ir- 666.
'I 1 blanks] for met with Minnesota / )
all
ale ,t ; to members of the Rotary Club and ex-service men. State veterans from J )
:the ,f.,', ;'i' .j 4.C; Legion post of Rochester. Congress j I Adjutant ].Frank Samuel today sent' Pipestone and determined Slaytoon und lakef..J.) 111i .
a \\ \" he said, should pass that 011or\1 \ re-i I j word to all Legion posts within' the three days of running races to, put mile on IT- /time/; ts a Prescription for Colds,
the Sect it, and not let it hang fire any {l borders of Kansas to stand ready to and a Fever and
a quarter derby, various LaGrippc. It'sthe
nets
0 longer. help the men and women who wore and minor sports. We have purchased 122,000 pairs U. I Dr.KING'SNEW ,

The American Legion stands the uniform. define| The circuit will in Klundnau. S. Army Munoon last (shoes, sizes ftVfe' L DISCOVERY f most speedy remedy we
T quarely behind the French in col) Subsequent legislation! will June 12. open to 12, which wait the entire surplus I-Know
Joif I the\ The week of June 19>> will t'c j.m',_ fout-k: preventing Pneumonia. -
of the bonus / : syrup
letting reparations from the Germans scope payments but he at Slayton, June block of one of the largest U. S. Government .
," Commander Owsley said, ad- it ill certain now that every Kansas 26 Will be at shoe contractors. -r--rrr..wal.a I
cokings/ July :a! at Pipestone and I
ding iiMM. woman, or who
coin : boy served in 10 at Madison. -
Several
"Ask President Harding why he the American or any allied army will may be invited into the other circuit towns and This shoe is guaranteed one hun'lrc I i -

ordered the American troops home receive the gratuity. I the same bunch of horses and other percent solid leather color dark tan

from the Rhine. Was it in protest of Legion! Official ( talent will be used these bellows tonKUldirt( und waterpro f.
I the French move into the Rhur district Opposes, Unrest ril't I I places.The The actual value of this shoe j is $/oo; )(>

JIIet ? Those troops were left thereto ed Immigration Ii Ohio department of the American (Owing) to this tremendous buy we ('.m
0a preserve world peace. Why were With more than a quarter of a mil- I Legion in supporting a (lull, in- offer name to the public at $2.9-3;
they withdrawn ?" 'limi workmen unemployed
Commander Owsley's stand on the ;' Spites does not need unrestricted immigration which provides for physical education Send correct\ size. Pav postman, on

Ruhr Valley question is based on a to argument its labor" sup, for all school' children. Under, the delivery' or send money order If
tiF recent resolution adopted by the Le I I sly according to Charles W. Powell, i present law. physical education is shoes are not as represented we wi'l'!I
tiI. gion's national executive committee dir itor of the national Ameiicanomniission provided 1 for the city schools only I! cheerfully! refund your in o n e y
which charges that the German have ( of the American lA-gion, -fhe ;
Legion men ate eaper to ohtuin the promptly upon re''I""t. acfdbone of
wrecked their financial who spoke at a recent I'I '.
system to Legion/ meetin same' benefits: fcr all schools. They ,, I II r
I.a avoid i' in Louisville.Mr. .
payment of reparations. tate' the fart that ; -- -
from 25 to :30 p. ricnt
: Powell stated that his unemployment I I ( of those

The has San announced Francisco, ''that board plans of supervisors have- census conducted figures were by the based American) on a board'in l Ohio were that examined universal physically bv drnft disqualified I! NATIONAL BAY STATE SHOE CO ci &eMasfic Writ

proves
been physical
completed
for the creation of a crmmihsion through questionnaires education i is .
war memorial for which $12,000,000 addressed to all state chambers. of ___h necessary.In ___ 296 liroadwa. :New York, N. Y.I .
has been subscribed. The board authorized 1 commerce and, to stute official, of thl'Legion. the
acquisition: by the city of'' South Florida negro buildnur at the recent The great covering
1 Fair chaits picture! ca-
territory adjoining the civic center on "The results of this cemus dirndls! n
i it I which the negro home in Leon county before pacity and I
memorial will be built. The refute long I
ninny arguments in favor of and years
after
the
k work of the local
,, memorial will consist of an opera lowering the bars against alien ini home demonstiation negro S. of service of Pee Gee
house, an art museum and an Amer- 'migration this agent. The business Mastic -
'icnn year, naH Powell men of that countv have beenso A5T'I G Paint are due to its
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I Legion building. The 1923! :! national "There i is an organized movement a ; % Zinc
t crnvention of the American Legion foot among certain employing interests impressed with that home improvement ,d "' PAI NT content, ground in pure Linked
will be held Francisco i work of the; local agent Oil
in San to repeal the and White
next'fall. ,....,tl1.t for present three per Amanda Parrish. that they hove given Lead making it a
limitinn' Double
"
'
immigration
on it their moral and, (financial USE Pigment Paint.
the sup
Colonel plea of a scarcity of labor. The port and.I '75
Theodore Roosevelt, additional negio homes SANITARY DAiRYCo'S
SILVER
prominent GRAY
American
member of the Legion wants to bring tin." have been made "model." Pee Gee Mastic
American Legion Paint i
true conditions is
of nfftir before MILK
planted n tree to the I"It"1Ory of thecountry. ---- -- ------ -- -- - -- 6-ICE CREAM' teed to be absolutely KUUanI'I'
We -
not
his nre alr'mixt"' hiltWI' ',
brother Quentin in
the '
yard of' do not feel that the true business must give entire.atlsfaction.' {
the public school where No better
they were I or i I
interests more
rtudcnts as hays when th.eifather of the country will be forwarded economical paint laThe made at
', price
liv any
wrs prcudent.It . bringing in nil the cbenp
|i foreign labor: that Europe, '

Roosevelt was vii many>itej the years school.since lie Colonel sat. in 1 \filv We want to see American, inn sun industries 'I I cost of using Pee Gee Mastic -

Ms scat a moment and told the' class mnnnid by" Amt, .rieun lab ''I'I1t I II 4 11 I'alnt' Is small
i i a Iivmi waICe. I'llal{ value, and "e"a
how he
used I
to pull I the of
thesn
queue \ Referring to ( I your
j of the (Chinese minister who silt certain pleas fo niiieunskilled !, I I !There's a Pee Gee property
ahead of him. The tree labor a" "lommyrnt." Powell y I! Paint Product
was planted torI .
declared ,
f I, h could For
bring! forward
the every surface
American
Jjy
Tree Association : that needs
I Every
"1/lli"ti".to I u I Purpose. protectiOD
prove that in the, coal against
-- -- ] c :, PIIONK) : Till; MILKMAN wear and weather use
industry alone, three -
Legion Fights to Admit Soldier's I JIlin'I'e i = --- .
Relatives \ struggling to make n living on work > ie : : I
I The enough for just two.Tie .
American Y.- (jion is winking I
"
here with Sennt '' American ]Lemon is /g /
r Ki'llog of :Mimics( i I pio-!
Jf j ts to admit the ndmi-sion into this t] Ann- 'Iran;" said Powell "We arc We
i i absolutely neutral j manufacture any size Get UH on the wr! mi I
ill
country of the relatives of Louis Kos economic dis- I I

j : men, an Albanian by birth who served P'lto, bprnose cur membership,( ismade I tombstone. Buy direct andsave tell us to deliver your I II Ask us for FREE'
inthe war. Kosmen'a mother up from nil sorts r.T occupa- milk Hverimornmff.. I II $r -
1j 1I I two brothers and fiancee are in Och-, l lions, employers and lab >rs : ; agent's commission. It'll( make jour shopping I Faint Book and tW ..

ridn in the Serb-Croat-Slovenc state. I Hut we feel it our duty to I'Ik"1, Write easier and you'll know c9eor Cgfils. Varnishes-Stains Enamels
I Eighteen years ago, Kosmen bade i American people, that the I us a line.
\ his family |lof this country is already, you have u milk of splendid I I
good bye after his mother onc-tnr.! I II wholesome I
had placed a rifle in his hands and foreign hv birth or extraction. Unrestricted ' LAKELAND qualities.ANITARYDAIRYCJ i
t.1, told him to go forth and avenge the I immigration would Europonmr.c MARBLE AND I OSCEOLA
death of his father at the hands of this country in five years I HAUDWAKE) COMPANY '
f the Turks. lie served in guerrilla morn. That is a condition we do not
bands and desire." GRANITE WORKS/ Kissimmce
was captured by the Turks Floridaw '
find condemned - -- I i,
to 'death but
escaped I
by; bribing the jailor. He made his I American Lrtrion Revive horse G. L. BLACKBURN Proprietor SIPYJs a4 aur(17uIZni m u ',

way to'"the United States.'' Raring f ., r
\' I j Horse l racing, the sport 6/ kings, Lakeland, Florida = c

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THE KISSJptMi.' v1fin; : ""'- i .. .

=- : : : : GAZETTK;'; FRTOAY; FEBRUARY. is. 192k S SETBIr

.j'' .. . . . . . + . .t NOTICH; OK gPECIAt LIIG1I1LATION.: ,

.- *. YoU : MOTICH or SUIT. >I 4J4>>: 4>4)4>i 4>4>>z 4>4> <>4 ii. 4>> >.oooiio: : i
AnI! HItRWBY-iiV.fl. I -
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Legal .Advertisements I will at the next aeaslon notice that In Circuit Court,'Oso.ols County Flor- + .

5- .. Uture of the State of Florida of the apply LirlB.for. Ida. Town ot KI..lmmee. City IAtThont Complainant INCOME TAX FACTS'Continued I Rheumatic I
twinges-ended
: +. . + + + + + . .o. the from passage running of lit a ltt1n law prohibiting holC' ver.u.1 to. ;4S Inc. or x.loy'! + J -_ .

OF MASTKIfS BALK ty providing for O.eoola Coun. + . . .o..o..o..o. .. + + .o..o..o. + + The basic of (
!'Ct'rI'IQ Impounding of said Tie I cause most rheumatic pain >
hog. .nd Sale thereof and ) Htale of Florida., to all partie. lot ( from last week.) ' l
IIV; 'IrcuItCGuTt' of the Sovon owner of said hog. making tereated In the above described I *Is congestion.. Apply Sloan's. It sUmu-
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In I peible for any VT.he. Town of KlMlmmea ,...nlh Judicial' Circuit ot that State ofii.riiiii damage Caused hy hogs, running at bait ,
.. In and for Oscnola County, In larite. A copy of said proposed law lnt.'iuted."uit' "Salnat said property for the year 1922 is determnedI I lates.clrculaUon.breaks: up congestion? I

"" M-iy: Ni'lllo H. Cole,. Joined "'byI.r can be seen at my office! In tht hank o( the.eoll..ctlon taxea. of thedellnquent by a person's status on the lart day J .pam relieved/ .
liunl' """1. ('. IJCOLM.. Complainant, 0.c9ula County UulldlnK. Klanlmtn, municipal appear YOU In said are hereby come I of the taxable) year, December 31, if L I k i
W. (Ooodma. .,t aI. It..po..d- t"lorida.. PAT suit on thu ::3 7 I "
v.rMo".1" JOHN3TUM.9t: 6th dny of March A. 1). 11123 the return 1 is made on the calendaryear '
.Is '
"lit',.. !,? that Kiinicluauroi. \ pursuant Notlcu to a. final hereby deer. I S -. --_._ Court Witness and the the JUdg""al and Clerk of said I basis as most are. If on that Sloans liniment 'e .
thereof
Jnld" il I In HilM cnuse. on tho lat day ot l\Io'rlt.'l 0)1" 9IJID. I U h day of }February. Il on 19(3.thla the date he was single he. wvst file a return -
uviiViiiiiy *. 1). H'8' 1 shall" offur fornil if his "
J. I.. OVtaK8THE13T: j net income for 19"! wjs .
.. . .<>illo outcry for cusli '? Circuit Court Oacpola County. Mor. Clerk Circuit:: Court. $1,000 or more and he in nllvtcd on- '-IdllspcUn/ ,
tho hlKhest bidder at th. Ida Town of KI."ln"ncoo );
hu.d to <:UY. C'omtilalnnnt. (4.lreuCoui-t
) Heal -
) '! '
lo-St ly an exemption of $IODO. If h, wa1' ( .
Iroiit .1.0)1' i'f tlxi Court House In KIsIlnii" vcraunj .L -- .' .
),H-oula County Florida, durum I..oti J, 4 & 1J.\ H Woodairi !\4>TI I'K OV 81 IT. married on December 31%he is gnnt-: I
.. U" 'h,i,iul' hours of Hulo, on UK61, h, PcI,. Ulv.. of Lot (5 K. 1.. I Con: (] ed the fxe pt'on allowed a ma-rl.'" 1 1I1 H 1 .;:fiI :t Yii ;j ,d t l11 ( >-. I
. A. P. 128 tho (follow-In Add. I
dlI', .f \1.fth. In Circuit Court. Onceola County Flor for the
St., "i,, .1 'iui. .|x-rly Hltuutti In Usuvoliiii4iuii 'I'he011/ lito of Florida to nil pnrllia. In.t'r.t..1 ida Town of KIsHlmmee City: Com I person full yeor( $2,501) if hi' ..
,,,I,, > riorldn. to-wit : In tho alxjvo deMci'/flu.d ifroucrtj plalnniit. veisua; income was $5,000 or less! nnd IP oooif ; 1
'I'h', Smith half (HV4)) of Lot Hlxfil :. Tho Town of KHHIIIIIUI| | t'ltv' H< K I H'fi'(' N. of 101'" Cur of Illk If his net income: exceeded 5000.I "
( I if I lilock "1C" Of HolMTl linns'fllitiiui . ha a Inatltutid null iiKnlnHl/ Hald' prop Hun N (3M,'. M 7..'. H 42 %'. W. I The hridc; >'s income however must be i
,, lo tin- Town of KlHsim- erly (for the collection of tillOClllKIlK'lit 7 "," i. ,Clt\', 1 Kloilda ncc-orrtliiHT to ( honrili *inunlclpHl I I luxe*. You mo I hii.-l by oi.miiinnil '- rhi I M:it.. of Floilda to nil part; Ion In1. considered with that of he- li'isbi; d '
IiI l l-lut of Duttl. Addition duly < til, .I :.IIH,! 11 rordi-d It liolnif t"hii till '.I la>' of Man. .t. 1.). I !'I2SltnihH "irt\ Tin Town of KlKHlmmm: city:: married couples living to' ctheA
KITH' '- l I""t or 1'111..1 l tif lund _conl \\ ("is.,. Judtre nnd Clerk of sulilunit has ItiRtltiitid I HUH nuahiHt aald piopi widcw or widower whole( d'',"' .1 III
\0 5"I in t lie said. J.V.. Uooilmxiti ( anil tI ii.. .Heal I t Ii.'ruf on thin I tin 1 I 1)' for the n.ll. <'tlon of .1 lie delinquentinunli spousp
i, | rili: I llcllo Uooilinuil. by J. MunNn'i l. Hth, day of Kehiuarx A. I 10 I I"'I2.J. '. I ul Ipnl, i IIIM-M )'on ate In"n.hy commuiKli before the end of the v ITaw\ l I"sso'' i .
.1 li. ii nit wlfo. Minnie I M i... ovnii 'I'III':1'':": d lo anpiar 1 III still| | Hull on thc as a .single person Dlv-rcees and ... I
\\ ,011",",. Mi. r<..h ;?Hth. 1921. bv Win". Clerk Circuit Coot ',I Ih la\ ot i Mulch 1 A. l II. I 1'I23ltnihH 1 persons separated by ni':tual c-vse-iV; ,
,,iu, 1..1, l Iticonli-il In I liucd Hook. ll'lnult t'ourt 1i"II'I 1) li-2i( :!' I \\" tin. Judue nnil. Cleik of Bald also .. clai-s' d
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< |I'.i I (VI! In IhiIKIIni of ( In- -- ----. - -.-- "Court and the Meal. th) <.ieof on thla the na sinjr'c p"it.Tis.) Go d f : : i it
( I. I""'s itl flrrult( i ouit of ONCI olai %O''II": OK "*t'.r. 1 I4lli <)a\ of Pehiunix'. A. II 11I21.! i I Similar) eo'idilioii: exist w"'h 'e i our

,- ..u'''i, \ 1. lul'Ida. to which rcfiri J. L. IIVJ2l( ( TltKUT. j I spc-ct to the h?a.1 I of: n *:l"'lh. If
i Juii'wln iiiiidtHaiti. lot l- I In Clr.-ull\ I I Cmirt, 0..1") I''I)', Kloi Clerk Clicult Court ''II i ," ,iiit 1 IK.Inn (III (lie Hoiltln'iiHli. . 1.1"- Tnwn til, KlHsllllMlt I ... ,'11' '1,111iliUuuit. I IClKtilt I" Court S. nil Ki-21' t'nr. suppott \ :t .
, .. "; " <-"-> Fpd !p-p is cnti'led only to the .
tit HUH,
.. .MI., .I Ih. :O'lh"1 M quirtiii : -- -- --- -- .1. is the basis i of
., /H. 24J' of Uln.U y I. anil J 1 111 u of : ()'l'Jl1 I $1.000I''ntjnn..
ST,i > ,'tioIi 22, ToMlishli|' X& )Hulltli. > Ol Ml" IT. A mAn who hns n .t.
I. ,,: ,,. .'I I KllSt Kohi-it" .I Iho"" Adtl I dependent child, not men1-lly or phviVnll -
TinSlut, of Pli.iM.i lo nil In- I In Circuit I Court. f>-eota
r.lAAX I K. MAVISAn pirllis rVinnly I FlorIda :
ppi-rlnl JII"t'r, In <'h. .ir l I: Illl-s I H i ,."is I..r Complainant: 8fiJtMIIKi ban I IIIMllt..II..1 Hull. nmilMKl snltl pi'up' Lom I to 3 I no. of Ulock I II of the taxab'e year, cn not claim the .1.
,city fur thi'roll,.< tloii .r t h.- ilvllniiutniniunlolpnl K A. Hoi IIISOII'H Addition. $400 credit for .}
I Dread
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: u!<' MtHliifS!' !HAMS' tuxes. Vnn art- h'ru'l.y l ,'..m. The /stale:( of ,lorlda to oil partleH IntiliHted a dependent. '
nianrit-d to lipptiti" In nuld, ,suit, on tin- I In tho above flem-l'I ih.'d propel I To avoid penalty, income tax!: returns is the

I .. tin. ('Ii .'iitt Court of Mi. Ht-vi-n- nth day. of Marl A I 1)I. 1112.1WllnpHS (: tv. The Town of HlKRlmmcn. Cii Y I must. be filed with the colli-ct'-r. ; .
i ih .Iu.lldlll t l I'lirult i>t Hi.- :stnla. ofi ( In- .linlui. nnd Clerk of H.ilil, hns Instituted. Hull nimjni't said piop- j of irtcrnal revenue for the district in .. Best
I i ,ili In .. lid rut. osteal ('iiuny. Ini C'liurt and lli- st'al ",,'ro..r nn this the i'rty for the collection of t the delinquent I which the .f- and
S, ""i,11 \ T N. 'lark.. i'oiiinlulnuiit 1 14th day of F..h"A.. li I. 19JI: :I IJ niunldpul to Xel.. You Ate hen'by commanded taxpayer lives or has principal -
.. MIS Ioltll..b Mitltx ul Hi H< siond- I.. IIVKIISTUKKT): : : to appear' i In salil I 1 suit I on I Hi" I place of business on or before Cheapest
s I.'orrl imiriNotice In h.*'ri fo)' Clerk Circuit ( uui. I. 61. h day of Mar.h.. .t. Ii 1421VltneKH : ;, midnight of March 16, 1923. ..
tin) puisuiiiit lo fliuil dirnKl (Circuit Court St-al) m-2t:!' \ ihn JudKe nod ""'I'k of said Where ,
< 1\ iSIi u additional time is required Food.
court and the Heal I thereof I I'I
on thin the
..l IS r.'il l In thin raumon Ih,' IRth dnyf
1 1\tIll i: 4 tl" *HI If. Hth mliiy of I"I'lruu.ry. A. l II. 1K2XJ because of illness or absence of the .
A l II. IV2S I shall offer rur
> inunry. to which is
added in
nI. L. r VEHHTHF.KT.: : taxpayer from home the collector correct proportions,
NHI! and ....1.I\ Public tiutcry fur ...h \
I I.i Circuit I 4',ui It. Oscetila t'ount)'. l J'l lorda Clerk Circuit Court.I I
I in hand to t h. hluhi-st lilddvr at the Town of Klaslmme I <. Cll) Com- ( Cleiklnull. Court ) 10-2t may grunt upon application before pure wholesome leavening. There is not a
I r.tit door of the Court HOUNP In KIsin the return is due March 15 ..
ilalnant.. an extension -
veraus, ,
"lug ?nit.ih f.*.. .legal Oscenla. hours Oiunty of saliwit. Florida the dur-Mh l-ol 4 of Hlork 11 of. It II. I'. :\4>TI4 .K OK HI II'.. of not to exceed 30 days. If particle of cheap material in it. I.

l Ii. I'roulfht"0111 It.... an accurate return can not be made
nf Mnrrh A 1913. tho following
.I..y. The Htate uf Florida to all parti.-H In- In Cliruft. I ,'.Ill rt. lHc.ola County;, FlurI -
.I.. h, illx-d I'ro..r> situate In Osecoliiv crested III the above deacrlbed |>roprty I Ida Tow n, 01' Klsslmniee I I Clt 1 >'. ('oni- I within the :80 days extension period BLISII MILLING CO. Seymour Ind. ,' )
< ,unl' '. )'. Klorlila. to-wll Tb.. Town of KlaHlmmen' City plalnnntersus i ; a request for a further extension
1 (lie Kouthwont Quarter of thnNorthvam has Instituted suit iiKalnnt al.l Lot t or lilock Y of \\ A. I'at- be
Juuttrr (CHW'4 of NlflW. prup- .. must made to the Commissionerof ....O..O.O.O ..OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OO..O..O.O..o ,
.h'k'.1111.1011.. .
city for the collection of the delliuiuentmunlcluul .
.Sf-rtlon: Twenly-llvf Ufo). Townhli Internal Revenue Washington D. .
The of Florida
taxes You art. herety i'ommanded State to nil parlies lu
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| Twcntv-llvf. Ufo Mouth Itange.'J'w.ntyeigh : to appear; In Miild' I cult on thu'&th rested in the. above described property C. Collectors have not authority to

( < Z8) Rant. ContBln- day of March A. I>. I92JWltnesa The Town of KliiHlmince City grant an extension exceeding 30 days. OOO.OO.OO.O.OOOOOOO.OOOO OOOOO..OOOOo"O.OOOOOOO. I'
.. ..
lcn
.1 Korty ac-rrii inn or
has Instituted suIt HKHlnst, said
tinJudge and Clerk of nald prep-
KIA.IH .. 1>AVI (. Failure to make a return on time t
Court nnd the seal thereof on this the erty for the collection of tho delinquent
An Hprrlal Mimt,'r In ChuncvnyKUrilHH I 4th dH) of February A. li l')2tJ ) munUlpul i lua..". You are hen'l.v comnaiKled subjects the delinquent to a penaltyof
A HTKKII.: U OVKItHTHKKTClerk : lo appear In said suit on thi' $1,000 and an additional penaltyof ForInsurance
-. I.. 11.'r. for foinplHlnant I fi&tNOTH Circuit Coui.I i. 61 th day of Marth .\. H 1623llniSH 25 per cent of the amount of tax
- -- ----- -- '
(Circuit Court Hen I lo-St \\ I the JudKiand Clerk of Mil lii.
'K TO I'IIIoU.TOIU' -- --- -- C'ourt and the seal therocif on this the14th due. If the failure is wilful however -

TeOTI(1: or MI IT. I JH) > of F.'tirua ry. A I II. 1923 or an attempt is made to evade Service :
I. 4 earl at ... ('ousty ....... ()...... .1. U OVBltHTHKKT. the tax false :
t.....,. fair lOr .' ...... ''n Clnult Court. oxceola. (Count>'. 'rh.r- Clerk. Clr.'ulI'ullrl.. offender is by liable filing; to a return and the
--- -- Cl Circuit 'ourt 10JtOTIfR imprisonment
1,1 ik )
tla. Tow of KlNHlninno < lt)'. Complainant ("
111 rr Kitntp of Marthn A. tl<.lir.Ti veraus.; to a fine of not more than $10,000 and

i I.. nil CrodllorN. I..-KAI,.m. 1 lint rlluili-eii. !...ta S A 4 and K 17"H' of I-.I 4 I :> OK lillY.In (costs In addition to II penalty of 50 i Phone 222LUPrLRS'
und all l*.-r.<.nn liavlnir lalnia. or and all of Lot II of Hl..i k I It of c. cent cf the amount of evaded.
'l.rmandi aialnnt mild KutntoVftu : per tax
Cnrson'a. Add i Circuit Court Osct-olH County Kloi' I.
nnd pu'h of > (ou nr. h*.ri.by noi The Htate of Florida to all pail Ie" Ineresled Ida Town of kla.lmrno CltCom A deputy collector will be m Kis-
nod: ond r.qui..t( : t<. preiicnt on\ I I In the aho\e fleHcrlbi l proprty. plaliianl. versus.Ml ; I simniee to assist local people in filing
I limn 'nnd inantlN. which >"'.II. 01i .. The Town uf HtKNllnmoi 'it) llloikK C At I. of :l11t1l1..-.. '" their returns: next Monday Tues ,
!th. r ur you. may III'v.. MKaliiMt tli, haM Instltiltid suit iiKaltiHt. said proprty Addition INSURANCE AGENCY JI
slnlr of Marl hi. A. ll,'lur. d <'ram-d. .. for the colle<."Ion of the delllKjuentlunlclpnl Tin- Stallof i"l.ii tilt lo nil I"t/'II.'H In- day, and Wednesday February 26, 27
I iio i of Oifiii. 1'ounty ..Florida to the ", I I taxes. You Ii rm. hereby coinmunded -li-Kted I In the iiboxidPMMllitd I piopert and 28.K.SS.S.
,nidi., .mluin-d A.lniint.tratin uf nald <..- , to appiai In snUI suit on thu'tth >' The Town of KisusIllliIli'e'Ity ---.+
i .il.... within two. > ,,ar. from the dale la)' of March. .\. l II. 1U23lttienH has liiHtltuttd suit iimilnwl. Hit 101 ,propel FARMER I
I I' ll'Of \\' the JudMTcnnd I'leik of enid 't\' fill. .til-. .rnlliM Inti or t In- dellii'iuiiitniunlrlpnl GIVES ,
l atrd lx-c..nil.or Z"'l1h.I n 1122. 'ourt and the seal thereof on I Ii Ic tU4lh .. .. I laxen. .... ate h. n.b). i mimatid U UNIFORMITY ARGUMENT f'
lll'OII H HICH1KU.Admltililllitor : lIly> of Kelituarv A. .II 1423! *.d to appinr" . In H.ilil suit on t h'Oth FOR PURE BKKDS
KlHHlinmi-i-( J I.: OVF.HSTUr.KT: dnof Mc ret,, A. I H I. 1'I2.1IIIKHS ( -
4 tt Clerk Circuit Court \\' tinJudue and Clerk of xulilCouit h'its ,
I --- ---- -- --------- Circuit Court Henll IV\ .21 and the Mt'al th,retif on IlitK tinMtli In t'(Iur.diuI< ( study cf the
p NOTII' OK KIN A I. UI..tl.11.1';'. - - ---- - d>") nf Fibiunty, A. li 1i3 utility value of pure-bred live stock o
NO'I.14 K Of Kt ''1'. .1 1 L. OVKKSTHHKT I thronghont the importrnt live stork :;; See The Sensible Signs
j in lift IoUlt) Jud.... Court wf Osewln --- Clerk Circuit Court
CoUllt'I..rhl.... III ,'Ir'ull I'ourt. O..11t I '..UIII\'. l"lurill (t'I'ull Court ,Si-all) III-2I( sections of the country, the UnittHStatcH Q 1.1

,. Town of KlanliiitiKClt'' ):. CuniInlnant _ _ __ __ __ n ------ department of ntjrKulture recently at theMIDSTATE tII ,
III Re KHlult. of Cli.irlvsV..id.. versus; I I !KOI'M I': OK M IT.In I received interesting!' comment :>- "4: .

dt-ccusi. Lot I .>f Block .\ of Kulxlt HUSHAdd I frcm- farmer in Pottawntomie
Notice Is hen by gh.'n tn nn whom 1. I Circuit,i Court Osci-ula County. FlolIda. a county -
t mut..I1..rll Ihll on tliu Zilth fln\, Till. $*ate of Florlila. to all partleH In1'r""I..t Tow II of KIsslmniiM. City Cum- Kansas. He has used pure-breH! DECORATORS
..r lItll'r..h. A. l I' 1K21. th<- uiid<>rslKin-d. In the above deHtilhod prop- plalnant versusAll : I 1 sires with all classes!' of animals 0"<
will. apply to the lion. T. L. Conn rty. The Town of Kiimlmnice. City K of A. ('. U II)' III Dlotk II 'his farm for 20 Q
.1 I mint? uf the "h..,'" entitled I ctmrt. .slt1lnir has Instituted eult atfalnut Hiild prop. of Ho....' Addition. I years.11ns Next Newby Inn
an Judge of Probate at his office .rty for the collection of the delinquent The State of Florida to all PartIes Interested Kansas farmer says that his
tn the County court house of OsceolaCounty municipal taxes You are hereby commanded In the above described prop- father before him was an exceUen'
nt Klsslmmo*. Klorlda. for our to appear In salt! suit on the erty.. The Town of Klsslmmee City judge of live stock, so that he him- -
Mini dlsrhnrite ns ."..cUIOI''' of the ".- ilh day of March A.' l), i 1 JWitness has Instituted suit against said prop- .
tiLtS of rhnrlenV.. Ward der..nand. and the Ju.l"tI and Clerk of aid arty for the collection of the delinquent self "grew" up with the idea of better' --' .
that nt the sum tIme -we will present Court and the seal thereof on this the municipal.. taxes You are hereby commanded -. stock After > 20 years' exper enc* .
cur flnsl accounts as executors of the 14th day of February. A. !>. IK1S3.J. to appear In said suit ou- the with pure-bred sires he has found 4 .
aid. estate and ask for their approval. L. OVKH8TIIKKT. ., Cth day of March A U. 19ZS.Vltn that
the offspring of sire .
Dntrd January. 8. A. I). IKIJ. Clerk: Circuit Court. \ es. the Judge and Clerk of said pure-bred :,i: _
ItOIlT. II FKHTI'UKU.' 'Circuit Couit Heal 1021IMtTltH ( Court ntid the Hi-al thereof on this tbe is fully 25 percent better than the BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
('. WAYNK WAItli > - ---- 141 h da> of February. A. I I. 1 923. average offspring obtained from the
i v ultirs ..r the last. will and trstai OKii ,,,. ..... .7. IV OVKRSTHKKT. use of grade or scrub sires. He at-
">"' of ChurltsN' %Ward dt.i-fu.tl. Clerk. Circuit. Couit.
6t Circuit Court. Oaceola Count ) Klorda c'lr'ull Court Heal) 10-Zt tributes this superiority in the case CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS'

-- - - Town of Klsslmniee Clt)'. Ci""- ---- of beef cattle, to the uniform size
NOTItW TO ItKIllTllliM Inlnanteisus, ; !\ NOTK: OK ML'IT.In obtained in tho young growing animals WOOD BRICK STONE
-- lxt 1 to 10 In. of lilock 8 of ----- ,
Is (.pert .f ... fammtT: ........ 01. N. .... Hnss He. Hub. l III" Itlocks 1. Circuit Court. Osreoln County, Florida their better feeding quality
...._..,. ".... .f .....r..... il 6 (I. 7. 8, 9, 10, 14 &. 16 of ItosaAdd Town of KlKHlnimi-u (.It>", Complainant :: and also to the fact that their uniformity STEEL, STUCCON.

versus; and quality attracts the atten- F. BASS JACK: BASS
In rto Estate of The Htate. of Florida. to nil parties In- Lot. 1. 4. 0. K & 9 of Hlock 14 of of
tion This farmer estimates
Sarah. A. I'rcvntt. l>ec,<-aacd. crested. In the above described. prop. N. F Mass Ito Hub of Blocks 1. :I.Ii. buyers. 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue
'I'., all Creditor -Katvca. Il I.t..lbut.. rty. The Town of Klsslmmve City 6. T. H, 9, 10. 14 1C of KOSH Add. that his pure-bred horses and
and all Perilous having dalmii qr ins, In.llul..dlult against sold proprty The' State of Florida to nil '- Interested poultry are earning 60 per cent more
Domnnda aK.ilnnt ....Id Katate: : for. the collection of .the delinquent. In the above described I prop- for him than his neighbors arc earning -
-
Tou. and t-ach of you. are hereby notified municipal taxee. You are hereby con,- .'rty. The Town of Klsslmmee CIt' I -
and riiulrr. tn pn. .aent nnyhilm nnnded to appear In said suit on .the '' has Instituted suit against said property wjth the use of scrubs.i I II ---
< and demands which you. or .th day of March, A. II. 1923 for the collection of delinquent i This farmer speaks favorably of' -
Ither of >'ou. may have agaInst the ...- Witness the Judnre and Clerk of anldourt municipal taxes. You me. hereby roiniianded good work being' dene by calf clubs
I nti' of Mirnh A. Prnvatt. deo.<*aa.*d, later ( nnd the stal thereof on this) the to appear In said suit on th' and that GAZETTE "WANT ADS" ARE WINNERS
he takes inviting
.> Cncrola 'ounly. Florida to the un- 4th* tiny of Febiuart. A I II. l iWt3. r,'th day of 1II..rl'h. A I) 1923. 1 says pride in
iJerplKn Kxrf.iit: ..r. of silld .*tntu.. J. \I. tiVKKHTKKKr: : : \\ltlHHK thiJudtri- n nil ("lerk of said high school and vocational agricultural
within twonr. from. date hon-of. Clark Clicult ('ouit. full.it and the seal th<'reof ..n tills the studies to see his stock and .
Dalril January 24t'i' .A. I I"iIXJ Circuit Court Heal) 10.( !! lltli day ol K..biuarA. l I. 1HS3J in the rnHi
interested
( K. KIM Him. I, OVnitSTKKKT: | petting boys
-- --. < x'O--> "> Hfr< >4Mc. -:'->')O'XOI -'> '':-: > +
'. lit I'zei'utor.rtorl !?.NO'Ilt OK !HI' .'. Cloik Clicult ('001' t. i impressing on their minds. the vMne '>< >OXo-H--e-
- - ( (Clr ult < ourt Heal 1"-2t of right breedingnntlright feeding
) K I.'UII II'llI.tVArIO.' In ('limit,, Court 011..1..11..1-1.-.. -- --- --- --- ----- : r. pinri's J. n. PIIIPPS .
S.I( hol I No I U I 61111DiMmrlmi 'Ida Town of IsHlniiui',' ClCom) ",,0" '14 i': dIP 'NI 1'1' I i it

IIlal.,1. verele. I PhysicianSurprised"Iiearin I BROTHERS' GARAGE
nt of tin. Intnrlor U H l.indirtlro Lot 1 >4. of A. (' I. It\ of Him,'k III Clicult i Coin 1'1 OHctiili County, Florl.ln PHIPPS
fit < iiiti. H\llle. Mi .Inn 211, 1'iXI I of W. A. !"lrlo'k'A AiM Ton'n of iHSlmnifc',' I Clt\ Complalnant _
Nt'TII"' I .: IM I lul.h\. .-h. ii till, .loiMi Tie Slntiof. FlorUlil to all "patties Ii,- \ t"i'RUH.l.otH :
i. il or i hl>is'I I ,lull, ,."i'. 1.1.1' w IHIon I u I 'Ated I 111 t tu,e en boy p .10.,110..1 I I propirfv 2. 3. k. & K of Hloik .\. I of srmp ood 1 r"..i'lts fi' m GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES
I I'. onilxl, :'III. "I'M"' milili, ll"inHie ... The Tow n of H: iHHimnifCt( \ Id.In, it I II....... Ail.) : the ,n'so of Mavr's. Wnnde'fu' Ro.1
.til ( nti\, . :No iilfuIIl4.! for Lot I I. t'0".1 I i Ims i Instituted;;I suit;I attaint, I : *! Miild' I propilly : "-I h,' :stii., nf Plorldn 'lo nil part"1111 IntriHleil c.ir'pd! , | FISH TIRES HARTFORD BATTERIES
I t I i' i-hro-ir-i =
try c
I.r""h". : ( 211I.: IC.iimi! 3'') K'lull fur" tin' colli Him ."1,1" i i Mi'rldlan hll": III..il nolle" 't p:ij tux.*H. >"nu HIP lifiitiy i- itniiiunditl \. The Town. of 'KlnMl'nm-o ClthiiH \ of ind] pc'ition mid gastritis I was in :i: nUlu' I
..r InKntloii' . to niaki/ TinViin, I'roof to nnpiitr, In Mtlil. ull tin tile .InslItuti,, suit nrralrist, s.ild* prop-, r'-'f'-d in. yvftnthe- I fi-s' d .,. '." ;{k LOCATKI IN SPIKK'S )) G

in ".1 ',it.llHti <'I1lmI"- .the land. nho\ till il i) of :Muic, A. I' 112TWltiKsn rt\' fnrth* ....1\\ elton (if .Ih- delliKiuentmunicipal pjitientvs; rolipvf; i of pis t-nuhl'l ln 3.t: PHONE 171 KISSIMMEE: :, FLORIDA
.1"Mr'I1" d. In.font (*"'rk Circuit N.url the JudKiund Clerk of Nail. I' I taxes/ You are I luiehy timimi.nilid -
.it. K inHltniiieoFlol (Ida. on the 3ld, Jy, Court and. tinstul hereof on thin the I to .inpi' n r 'In Nnlil"ill' on the "-,il w '- soon able to e-'t r.H-s'ios, : nip -' .->< :-.; :..:..>-:-:..;.-:..:"-..:-:--:..:. :-.:..:-:-:..;->.:-: *'* ......:rt-:<"> -:.<--t: : ; :>
.if Mil! II. I l)21! I Hill( day ..r I'i'bruarA l > 1"'12:1.;! Mh; 1 :dnv; of Miirth A l >I. I \.i3Hn.px -nn.' th:rgs I h. urd net pale i iOCP"
t'l.linillit, IIIIOHI" IIH wltrieHR. J. IM OVKUSTRKKr. \\'( / Hi. .In.I.<. ni-il d'....k of sail \. I I' r"'in"\os tve r'ltniihV
Malt! II I ,,ml. of 1 K iHMlinmeA. I'lorldt. Clerk Circuit Court, Couit' nnd the s.al tlnieuf on thKThc '
l It '"Mln1l".. Florid. of 'l-eiiriia'.' V 1 ) ni'uoiis: fro1" thi"i Ir.'i j n' r'ac' nn' 'i
{ .J I II.IIIIM( f>f I < (Clri n't Court Seal) 10-21 14lh day 2' ,
li-inl,,. 1\1/l1o< ., .ml" or I KliiHln.mi <., .Tim. hlaWlllli I - - ----- -- -- J." L Vl1tST1tFM1': I !. n'hv.l tn" i fi mnrt n vln.-lj <*.ji'lc*(*
NettliH. of KlHKenim.' VI.'i'III." :\'III"|.j ((I" SI I.... Clerk Circuit ContClri r--!"* ic1 II n" 'om"r". 1,1'; '''iri *n I _
Hoirr \V. DAVIS. I ( 'ult Court Heal ) 1()- 10..11 t Rt'ml: P''I! e-lts. :n-1'd'nnnTnd,. BANQUETS AND DINNER
i MX ItcKlati In clMiilt,, Cuurt.u.epila 'ouiit>', Khir- !
i I r"ft1; (">**o do.r* vTl';)' coriv-n" or mon
-- - -- -- - - -- -- liln "luwn of KlMHlnimiu Cit y Com* ]> K ()m'Mt' IT.In .
1V4.TI..IJ 10 ('HKItl'IOIIH plulmint. \.i.relic: Ie" efpln
.-- --- I Lots. ;S and 4 of Hlork. 4 of S (Mrcull I Court OHC<.nln.. Count.)', Flor- :store, find dri-gori.ts ('\'.'rywheI "". .
... ... .roln H. lila' Tfiwii of KIsHlmmee Complainant ;
In (oiirt of ( bptcu.y .d""' 4 111. K Cos SUrVey > -
.
I "...t,. state of Klorlda. 1'hiHtate: of Horlda. to all ,piutli-s t In- \ i.t MUS, :I
"I'
DAIRY I !ill\ FN; | HAVE: BIt
,
-- -- t.riHteil In the above described prop- Lots 1 lo Ml' Inc of H'oIf of '
In ro Knlatiof ftly The Town of KlHHlinniei* Ctt\. N. !I" Hj-rs, it.. Huh of Hloiks I 2. I TIME:
llyroiS A. I'ntten. DcceasodTynll '. hal Instituted suit nKMliiHt said proprty r,. A, 7. K. U, in 14 16 of Koss Add I I The new management of the Graystone Hotel Dininjr; Iloom offers _ _

--..:!:! 1 I frolllora. I( UcKnteo. l>l 11.t rll.utc-c < for the collection of the delinquent The Slate of Florida nil .part Us liiteiewted The nnnnnl! mePtiT- of the F'oridiDciry unexcelled service for Banquets and Private Dinner Parties.A .
--;and\ nil I'erMona having Claims 01liimandH inunltlpul taxes. You lirA hereby com- In the. anov ilescrlh. d prop. Association will be held at
RKalimt Raid Hatatemi. : mandi-d to appear In call suit on the urtThu Town of Klsslnimi. 'o ('it ,
>" nnd each of you are hereby no- Mh eliy of March A. 11 1 J3WltneHH has Instituted Mult aKnlnst, slid property We"t Pnlm '',,-'c". Mirrh 20 nid 21 good supply of tSe best foods obtainable always on hand.
tltlid and required to present any the Judge and Clerk of said for the colli.ctlon of th" doMnnnentmunicipal Include"ts to be discusspH

ilulmn/ and demand. which you. or Court and the Meal thereof. on this the taxes You are hereby commanded core: R.**"!II! dairy/ farmers' the
lither of may have: against thu Hth day of February. A. D mil to appear In said suit on the .
you SPANISH DINNERS SOLICITED
dairy cow will f "rl the f""m'y und e ORDERS FOR .REGULAR
i late of Byron. A. I'attPii. deoeaacd J. L. OVKKSTKKKT.Clerk : 6th div of March A II I 2SWitness
late of Onceola County Florida to the Circuit Court the Judge and Cleik-nf said ucate the k'ds-' : the oirninnr nowr 0'
tinderalKned Ifixecutrlx of said estate. Circuit' Court Heal) 10-it Court and the aeal thereof on IMs the a gncd cow and what, are we pom" I
within( from the date hereof. ---- - - -- 14th day of Fehruarv A I) 1A23J .
two
yeara to Ho bou' the tick.
Dated Jan. 211th. A. I). 1 11KTHBL. NOTICR OF ""..1\1. I... OVER8TRKKT.. i',I I
F. AMK3. Clerk Circuit Cou..t.'Circuit Among the" attractions will b" a
8-8t Executrix.loT1cE NOTICE !I. hereby. given. that puruant Court Seal. ) 10-Jt: banquet tende"ed to all dnirv-

-- - - --------. to a Final Decree entered on the present, bv the cHizens: of WANt Pn1'"
of January. A U 1911. In the NOTICE OF "lJ1T.
!: TO CRBDITOnS Hth day
Circuit Court of Osceola Countv. Florida In Circuit Court. Oeceola County Flor- Bench on the evenin "f Ma'-cS 20 YOUR OPPORTUNITYAcreage

la Court .f (....tr. .tat. .l m.rt... the suit of Town of Klsslmme.City, a versus; I I : and the fi'st public sl..
In re Bstate of Municipal Corporation.. Complainant.. Lots 1 to 10 Inc. of Block 7 of i I.1 I of Guernsey cattle in the ""te. which ripe for sub-dividing- groves or farms or homes, on Atlantic ;
JAMR8 I). KISHKIt: UHCKA8BD va All parties interested In the tract N. P' n.... Re. Bub. of Blk 1. 3. 1, Ocean- and Indian River across river from Melbourn., Bridge '
To all (:Fe ltor. Ixicateea, DIstrlbBrtee .f land hereinafter described. Respondent (. 7. S. 9. 10. 14 A II of Roe Add. I.I I will be held at the Ixuu hate>e4 Dairyon {
and all Person batrlnir Claim) or *. that on the 6th of March. Th 8..tll nf Florida to all .parties In* afternoon of second day vrhen. connecting ; Extensive development now going on near this acreage

Demand ....In.t sard Kstate: !I A D. IMS. durlnc the legal hour of erected. In th. above daorlbd prop Ixtr-flve animtlswi1! h,, auctioned In parcels to suit from 1 to 150 acres. -,

You ana .aeh of you. are hereby: ..- sale at the front door of the CourtHouse erty. The Town of 'Klaalmmee City tn the hgh? ..>st bidders. That dnal- Some sub-divided and fully improved advancement sure. Jneet loea.tlon .
tilled and required te preewn any In Klsslmmee, Oaeeola Count,. has Instituted suit against snld property '
claims and demand whlok :you,. or I I Florida. I will sell at public outcry, for for the collection of delInQuent so w'II' ptarV" the opening of the Palm on' East Coast. Demand now on for this properr.Write .

either* *f yon. nay hare airAlnat ttMfetater ens-h tn hand to the hlrheat and beat municipal .taxfea, Iou are bereby commanded -. Pch Count Fair. phone or call for plats and prices. Get iq on. .ground floor.
of .:Ia..... IX Ftaher. d.*eaj .4. bidder the folloavlna; tract of land alt to ttvpear 4n said ,anlt-.on the Secretary Traer says that all Jtirv
lOIN tint In Klaelmme, Onceola Oruntv ith' day of March.. A. DL' J3. S
of KIln._.. o.n.ola Oountyi _
"?.orl.... 1ft the undnrelicned ICxecatvr ,,-Ier- Wltnecar the lodge 'and ClerK of aad', ;' farnHirs are evpected. to, bring ..their
of aaiA' .petite, within two ,...r. from. ..;. |: ''8. of NK Oor. of B1o.,k.. Court and tho aeal :lher o-on. this ;the '( ",1.__n'pw4, ch'ldren' tc- the ronytnt'on 1 1 lJp"! S' Qmp3r.tMELBO11RNEIFLOflIA S
the ..xU.J hereof. '. >- SUaIod.ur.J. T of Robert 'Baas*' Add. Run W |t* 14th .day of February.-. .- A. TX 1'H, f o that 4hey-can enjoy a little/ outing ,
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY CAZETTE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1923 ,I..:'

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1X II .NO-FENCE HOG LAW { concerned." I do not believe that therein ..A..' ''I I ,
I ) AROUND T I c. CI :; ,
0
1 TOWN :
Woman's. Club Notes NEEDED IN ,COUNTY any area in Osceola county nt this : '
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( time that would warrant a passage: S

I J MRS PAUL STANLEY of a no-fence law.. It is true that the i Mrs. Celeste .1. Flip:

'q | Club!>> Keportcr., (Continued from Pti.ro, Onel 1 cattle around Home of the towns. have An atmosphere\ Sf lonlme's per'vndcs :

-L-,_ laws it .is1 pointed out that practically! been ,a nuisance pecplo and have the vicinity of the Baptist' 2.

ninety percent of Osceola territory' ''a done a certain is
"It. with deep regret and tmbarrasnmcnt \already) under fence( and that certain but those matters are handled by time I I services conducted by Rev. J. A. Scott

that the executive board of (! areas which a'rp. not used at all except' : city 1 ordinances and the peoplecan. and C. C. Elsey, nightly.: tho church '
the'oman'* Club' announces that 1 I filled with attentive i'stenors' and
for pasture would becomo pure get protection in that way Tile majoiity was -
again the club came out "in the? hole. I luuste under a stiict state-wlds: no- however' of these the inspiring old hymns our fathers
cases arc ?
in the /econd nuniber of the 1 'cC'II'n j fence law for cattle.I ;: not the cattle but are the dairy dang sent forth an enthusiasm! wli'chimpressed !
i range
course which it has put on here thU I' pin1 < mg.
drumming the surrounding neighbor, :
pditor I Local people are ; up cows from individuals living in or pc
winter. It was because, of :I'd4 i e hood. All too it did tlvfrerviccg
i, much more enthusiasm for the proposed -''joining the city limits. I Moon, seems, ;
to feature" "high c'ass entertainments '
'
'. no-fence law for( hogs than While Osceola county, as I fay, has end. Kissimmee is noted forits ( I
the club consented iortake I
that to
un .
they are for the law affecting cat.t e. not advanced, enough in trucking and churches. Their structures art
this count' of three pl orniiTnees. andit of the hog j 1 ,I I imposing iind In value '
THE} 11'at Johnston proponent fruit growing to warrant the passageof surpass money "f'
rcems that to a certain e'cent it* control law is In better'position those usually found in cities cf this J S
; prcbabjy a
i I ( a no-fence law, I do believe the I
efforts have not been appreciateThose .!. j' to discuss the relative!: merits time ii here when we should pass a | ttiz.. However, ilnily are they Itvkvti The attend this last )
faijirig to of the two laws. than most anyone no-fence hop law. I have been more i i and nightly are they darkened w ula:
publis number mi*''e I a great treat but I FRIDAY MARCH 2nd 1923 ul
auditonu.ns
else on account of his wide experience or less interested in range hogs ftr we languish! for want of
wee V there i is cUll an'tht number whie-h i ,
: with cattle and laws. Believing and community cel1t l"s. .
hogs public {
the past 27 and I have to
the hacor will be presented on Tu'sdallIrch: years up I
i that his views on these matters S t
at 13: -Mae Shmiw.iy Enderly, harpist. { the present time never made one dollar )- Again have stressed the nee.1
would bc of interest to the leaders we
had a Press dispatchcc J.giving an count of of The Gazette this asked out of them but they have cost 'of enlarged quarters and increased> :x( A most exceptional exposition of i2. '
{piper several hundred dollars besides
ro, b thin! artist. lirearm in her praise.and I hfs me I facilities! for our public school work.
Johnston ideas the
:Mi
to on
no waVthey now i i i" the time for the club grille follow:1<;)the injury they have done to my Herbert Hoover truly said "The lace (- Hats Hats i :
subject and he responded as : and to Pattern Trimmed and )
vWe wO.t'n: and ( t tin"1" of ;"5i1flCO! tocome 1 Front experience I believe that.F1Iri.18 pasture my neighbors. moves onward on the f et'uf 1 little f2!
. furnish Ian ,' my I I In ou* county approximately nine- (
fciuaid! ami
a for "t.llt.ewidr ) children. There is no phase of Kis- .
is not ready a ? I
in thea audience lint! lid'!> makeup th- de- r'no-fencv measure. My reason for ,' tenths detirc of the owners no-feme of hog fenced law. territory We- ..in'ml'e life as important as cuv Millinery Novelties for Spring, I 923, ;
was n4 alreaih' incurred.At a (
jficit
school pia lit. We neecl the lake .shore
efniu.n
I this is that there is n vast arch
EetteMhigh -a meting of the t'fub, a v<,."\' find the hog today destroying, not I boulevard
I land that Is not being! used by 1 we need an audit.orlum, awaits
i the field) crops' hut that f inspection.
only on cur your
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t > ,
impoitant t committee'' un appointed : the owtiejs and which will not be : \\ e need larger rocms for publv h1 .,
with viz.. a committee' to -()!UIt n<. .\. hooks, I! ranges! hogs are tearing up the grasson 1 brary etc., (.te., but surpassing all .
the
used foi sonic ; to lome At
i vais hundreds of
High for the library" It WHS the? plan of I I u'e"by aoit-s dining the seaI i other n."tllO comes !the school e -
tune th s land is being uipment.
P BUCttme the ,executive' board .x hen appointing Iircsint son that cattle need the grass, and,
I As have saul befoio, itn a f
we
I cattle owners, and in this mannetis
there i is left th( rattle. 1
awe / this committee' to havi them so jdl no grass' f9r
piodiujng something of value even .long. long trek from beyond the? ail- .iIt'issS8au4's/i//inerySEore/ /
ahi, books old boots I that It. is impossible to fence these hogs
to replace aie ;
I though the ,,-nuc' produced) does | .road on the ..outh-1o; the oil '1 1111{'.'
one o' out beenusp hlto' take into
out of date at t the library "and add! f | we crnmdeiatlon S
"ohrol building b<'si,ii' the Mi.lhnd
nrt to the owner" Should time n:>- I
the I lihnrv beside. .. Aftei\ tbo-e bti ks go: the price" of wire and, labor ', f
I fence' law go: inti .'..r".t it would, 'load ditto as to t the path ft on bond l
Ir
are solicited n ic-iptioi I will 1 I I I"" iri\c'( < an I this expense makes it ptobihitiM' . .
J ,
the A. ( L. and for' K' -
THThe force t the ('alit ))1 ownersho) hixcnot S > i >i iin ; (. / J"e'a\
nt which the Inn. r. of the)) ? books. and Then on t the largo 11"1"\ c1 to I the1 tl'l1Inll' 'Ii., ... (tQ.ofi ., .. ,:
sufficient p.i: stm.lire! to di -poslof the. i. thrtt the. Im sure o i ii nT ; .. y, \-J .:=:!I \ I
number' id I tm <' minii'ti'e';' will pi" eHCTlt e rio assunnce :
.
The I length and I I lnetidth. oC K ,
I their to'klld the 'i I land" I hatire s i midi
High tho .. , ope would be kept out 'f the fc-nccl I .. I
I Mis 1 f"lizI.th 1 I II'I'l' hi, I would (1I11tInt. r a ""in'null twoird. b'iild1nts, f 'i tin. II
now "
look inachoo egnn an' :Mis i A. \S'. W.nn' 11' V .h ir- injr usi I \bi Ii.vi. I im ill- 11 "nvi-IB: tb ,it I rad,",. in1ollth: ; ; I'
i id! .ind woii'd' mt, I bung anr. \eniie { one Kisi'mmrc I "nin '
'I) wI'; t'ti' f ,1- / should t the' ownois of t the. rnive lot'
f '
niiiiM
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nien e i ttW
:N'oith: Klssininife .
t to the 'fwiui) or urn oni ,cl) "c1. I'. t th s "i'h) a ce I tishui iiIiii.Zli : _
thing limin < Mid, I I I'V II keip" KIIII" "I1 aiiount I of thfir < xpi'is -
11- 1 t'n'" 1 : ;line! t -
I I1 "j*v I CIIII-H'I' t Ih.t I it WDiild, bo. a )| "" "I<'J'n1'I'] jioiil I.I t ti I.. ,
temp /Alrle.. inn" n. "Ho" .1 i d l ,\nl ,I-IMI. NiloilMakm 1 t" ad"'. I <' '," i i-I ii'i'i '1r ii'ini't: : Ih! h.. a i iiiiint i h a' h'1)' ) s<'himl,. <.in,:'i i n, ulu'n. malltlallt

succe f ''i''i. It"\\ id I }Hi/' : -nul, J.I S. I ,0 tint -. a ..I.f"1' exiry d.'. .
11.i o'nK' th! nn. as I i.t. it. that L:in t li i :api.//.(' and dinnstii t H.II'II\l'.
sport: ("jut"1' | hi- I'IIMM-MI I \\ ,ill | i' in i hcirc'eof Vheline;, s |1'1' in lookup aftci bun\
leticsua II. Mullock c' ,lid i i i fi\ r of ope n i.invi; ithat ,,i'd then I k anina'e 1I.u.1 mill '' ,
Mrs 8 < c n / ( ( 1 1'"-' e's a plan rOI'lI1111"I'1I1.\t \ win cI
,n.-t, Itu I 110,1"' of I 1i. 1 hl1l
-o : no The line !'irtx "umimttn ,. of thiWo ; ai'iuunts they !m\c, I ic'ccivi-l I fiu'itliL ', I t.." 1 i.\eial" I ne\\ books! mab')'' id t 'I ;
lessestabl( 'i'mi's Club uill i!! flII4"1 it t tin) ('li ip! hi i"1 di I lie I to use t the I.uul' him ho ir. thai t th) ,:\' wmi'il' hud, that thhoir 1 lu,' tin. imlilic lihiiiiy! .it the' ( 'h i
-f\\if( and the ; of p'iII H
mill'I I l Im
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ter I House on rui".d iv life.IPOOM alI iria/iiis; had lot produced,) tin in suf lie K.nlexcime : I I",nise. Kii-ii; mee h.'s) ro "nook\. " ,. I CITY TAXESNotice

to re r '!t.tO.( II'I./ .V. 1 11.1'! i .... c.II' inn' :in ..f 'PH'1 |ja'opli upon it is nit do rum" I I to 1>alII"'t'I p the account.I .itli.iitiM, ; than this io/V lull n,,,.t.tI t tI ''i
l'oJ to t.1 thnt it\ .lust f.,,' the
m is oHintr
standbig this dvpnitmint uiges" all numbeisof that be I do not In'li\, '" tint) this law "IIC.llloi! I IIn I lilt SOIIH mil"' w" w'.h tit) na I "" ,
I at laigc they I
K the) i,lub, tn I be pit' 'ent 1. .m so fur \ J piimittel to lift( to local, I optic II because if that: 'ualIM lIIiVhl "tll'll'h HIlt: Iat"ha'') ,
thisin . ,ilo I so I>" ,'all"e it I I is II minus of I pio-
i'a,'h 1f'1 tinnhns; nrrinei". elite! l weic tl'u ca>>e. down I in 0111 main I 1',1--, Ihal might/ thai there.' IIi t bus,.
dutintr be f. It 1 I
cheap) < i is aigued \
.
a I taming und inaliuitiveMRS that if i.tttlc. tin. I tunw IiieI If, is tin gia/ing' ", ,.t ion of "lIla, //.1 "' ''' "i-eiolimig: talIes! ZIi'Iupiie
: nu placid
i nt
learnmean in the iiuntx wnull I hot )have tVMite . IIHi" .
ni-tuu- (hut will, .. luti. mu..h we ( ' .. ; h 1111 i "It p..tiIIt'a!. I
S.\ BIO. II \S we II oi be; able' to oursch'snu.iinst .
piotec't thaI ,,
illighi"l'1'\ the
I In ttei i i ..m ft t I. ,.ind tluiili\I pic..1 1 luceIn always is hereby given that the Tax
;i I the bog c "'n though wiiwni'd ,,, Books
nmTIIIIIHEIT"I) ; : ( > \i 'It.t.l It thit) litte 'an//! ie"-t ''pflifll hut add li) tt.m
( ipi"T 'I !itun .
and' I bid r..II.1 I and WCK ,usIllg .,,1"11' .
"al
Toe up P t Iv lahrary fa'ilit.s
i alll.I \v > I I I., i proiluti "I un i i i i tui'ISI .
Itt .. Kli/abcth: ) SlId,..' I liln. .. ,\ OMM !tilt> I"'n! if till IlIT'1't \ -
ted u 11. I ni for the
., of Kissimmee
I 1 I i I 1.:1:I- \1 1 III City will Close
''I 'I I m 111 1 I V I . Saturday S
III tin l'l!i II.-I. Diel'aiint I ? I '\In" '
spinWa at tlu ( }>Mptti, /Ilituse. and tr'"i i I .1.. I/.111 .1 XClll , l ll. roo < ac i s iis'-oi latinn mm.i ,
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"s( lniisla\I ) andM nddi ,,1 |I.,.
I Ioon1 friend t I" all ,it hI"t"I"- |II.i1. I n i ss \
''', u. .it nuptial? "H ni I is 111., 01.i '1'' ( II \ \\IHI;K \ 11111/1'---.1-:1.; :|
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Rl her rwn an I < ;ii 'rgeV.,, ,11111'" t >M, .1 'I|pi.i-' on |111' i March :n. A of 5
,. penalty cent will be
I I' mIl )I'" ': added
i it !u.r- in i -ui! t tI 10 I I.. ( /: per -
birthd.ivteidi, Mn... ,i'd l I. .. \.11.\\11.,1.1'1/\ it.lining .i i lull life-, Hi \ ,
] ( % o' nil l '. l'> I h'. I b t I: xiiI'|, I I.. .
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induced? to ,dixulfv' 'hi r 'ii"' l I. \ i ,', tie \ ,ilui i'f' IIhl"\I"\ ii of ;,,', ,ili
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) g| loos. tiriiati'i, ,i\ (.instil, J I i.' iitwentv \.1 J ., ..' I'' t |1'1>li\Minl londitinn, b'lt' I iniphi( (i/ I I to all taxes not paid by that date.
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i lion null ion f i"oin h, i. ..d I 1'111'u i i >r i c .i''i'i i.1 I I In i" i", w I in' t ''I1',1 \' n \' I '' I lings i /( I 1"11 I u I wluii, m -.nIui..I.- I II.I
I f u is 'I\ tl I < < 't" ; .i'u u. I \\ 'f' 1 I'' |1"-, ** .
fill.Mils, wI 1 "Ill I 1' ?n'I I I. I '''\11 j ., d I Iin I If ll '.ll .. i I""I"i T I 1(14 is ri iIi\' ni' "I t tI t''I"I "
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a ,slitrht'' I Ir.KI'I\ i o1 th,, <. c .. lid I niiiation "" .,01, .tin"c ii) i n .if 1 t tIm S. ,,it '* ,,].: I \t.t S n :: pi "'"i 't\ .n i .1 i-i| ni 'I! nh,' \> ; n"s \\ Fiii-h i'.oni'i ru .Joh'l! i or'I., ll l iI .,
of w i --i it t i t t "h : s I"i iin. oi :s-iisii n I IMSI!, Ian
I I you t fi lendsNh! <> \\isli for .. "HI'.I'| t i I r |I'' as I i
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no 1 j. iuc 'id I tvn. i t'I9 i 1,1.S \\' i 11" .\ ,ml !I.J I
\ ou, $in im' m" .M, (I. 'b'"ipn hiMhd' V .\ 11 .. ii 1 l S i I J""t t.-. T"'It'h" is niict'iig If you d.i i |p.
i \.J 1 't.--- ; ".1'i ''uI t h. .
your fll" 'S. I ,imIM.1. w" ,i'l,I Ihki Im' I ,,lie tl I -I I '. .. .' ... _1 I ''"- 1.1-s. is 5-- i intO. i ".idi "phi ,inKi.ip'i I. ec (1,i\, ""II'i V nf f ut ur.' n..1' i e ,
a .1 i I m-i
I t > li'\f' the pli." ,im' that %v >. ti/ii' t! I vi.i 11 c sliilut :.oi h: tl- <.h.i.I "mI 1 I. ,,"I l.\ I u in mbt., t tin- d.itiMr ,'. Clerk and Tax Collector
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rrl hiH.id, f ki'''winir'; I thi' rltv. hut the I\0. It ,\ ." II :".'l II. t--h.: I)..JJ jf A. .

time; was lor -holt I to .IM"> t I'm.), dc i, tl.', 'prtiiit h" the oi' .i t t''o.' r v'. ', :er,,--- l'H/ :H t Sly ,(r''<.\ a'idi : ''. It. :\1.l Anga has pliu'd I ..itW S
i I.'d w 11 I I.riit' ,.! u in Z''ii', v i "u*> t tt tt t"th. ibl 'i's \iial
A.>TIIIII i vwtliL ( veiirood, I u.sh;; .,v"uir .. > 'i::1' I I..i nut (Ill tin, m.\I kit I :\1..1'.' s< inpns < f I the 'Ofti
.. t "\\ ni i 01 i I I" i 1Il"1 t I In, i i u, u in u .i I',' \\ all' \ of .
.. "Id"J.' Honk tIme ( ;iencuil Pel 1v'atill J .
# ,.i(' -do'I I I ., P ': Th"I si-' :\lr. .1, ""1)1111 ,\il>out this in t'u' ic'>.' is"uals < ; ----- .-.-.- '
T J 'A Riiberaon Mr. Alice I'nrkerMIKS ) 5(5, I Illd, t ti ll Ml fi I"It !J'IU 1, lilt* I'f I of \\"nIC'II'.. (lubs. '1'111'" i ilonlam : --"iJ

ann songs old), an I IM.W aiiangcd
Kliz.ibith
I
Koncp-jin. tIrV I B.! .'
1 d 1 !la .
i Dot th 2
t."f. t tn..t M tbrt
Mini I lor "
for .\ A e paitswomin's \ ic w
ti"1'
K Tinr.! .Mr-. ,
law. will, ,11 .' 1,1 itfiit t ti, ; eiadl .
\ I s Th..sIII 1 for fill" and htud) !
( be
U F. A. Nav>. Mrs 1'111'11tllll'V.: } Mrs lit 'n (of'a I.i gion\ man in F.ljai \ t m..1I I II
i .it on *in tit! s ati. I In In"\ I
Te M. Katz, Mrs. A. W. Bailey, Mrs. H. safe in saying that the parties: who HITI .<(. hud hi-Jird! no much ab:>ut JOO I acceptable to club.. _women. s7 'X' Ii. c>> XX1PSC>> X1

W. Unfce Miss Fiances Mrs. percent Americanism that he.
A. mightbe
ScWI \. Bay, own !).) percent of the cattle in the. The :Mothers Club possibly the
u' XV. Winn. !Mrs.\ Pen Ea tl31an. Mrs. qualified, as' an expert, ,on the sub
in of Woman's Club also
: are today favor has received
county M' -
"I ,: John McPhftlter.( Mrs" George Sigler! ( tematic ject. I H( ' :.f '. 'r< ':& ". I I
'ompulsory'dippln % several
of
( law. copies iiiterestlng Licensed
tie :- 'I,) MIssK.' L. Wl.'lIn'rfiu! II. K. Saw- I, The' Ic :,.,"Bobby:'. :' skithcboolwhiitwimsjt!, "{ teacherS SatJ entitleei an booklet Store and Chop Funeral Director .
eutt men ofuthe "tnl : To Ameiican Woirn"i'
A
th ? 1I'S'1 ,
Mrs.'S.\ ( B.Aullman. I ;. thoaJ :
yer,1 Mrs. George 5oi"e-'W'certain<< "] rmmf', ofi the I
rlea.lt3tleuls with I
'area
<< "Crentiyo Chem -
7 !" \\t1I\! ""'tI1*, v,' '"%' ) onStnvart : _..
: ,. n A $1 ,
ah "C.ardner. 1\[" A. M. M I't"I.'ley. Mrs. should be no-fence territory. In first man ? ; -- I 1I'' M. V. Boyer. Mrs. B. L. Parker Mrs. "George; Washington." replied Rib Xp.nu. All fmlrmmtHijrGradi '
ery instance where I have di:<<-us".dlhe : Copies for free dltti'ibution .-
Ellen 1e. Mrs. B. Barrett. Mrs. B.M liwith 'Oni'li..n.
matter with them will be found, lit th. Mount' I Ki..imm.e
they vernudiK Chapter .
T Hall. Mrs Allen. Mrs Thornton agnt'l/ to ,'i.\ .. to I h....,. areas> "Oh.) no 1k 'Ii.y, VV'ushtngtimlidn't ,I Ambulance Service at Call

Ju Mrs. W I J. I'aulk. a no-fence law without the) innltir being , come until I lung' ".tftirwiir1 I Adam, ''' St ( loud ,,"!..Ii..dto,1 began thiseek Orflc. 14 1 PIIOVBH: Hnlilcnc: Ttat

-- - - plated to :i vote.my was the first oman. \\' ) 1 the in,,, nag"III"lIt of H sihiol

.MOTHERS') CI.L'Il RECEPTIO.N 'I Jt is opinion this l" a "Aw, will," Minrtcfl! IJobbj' ill dmKU"t ]I[lunch "loom The P"relltT.dH'1'

Coii --- piopeinethod "of counti if vouVe. talking '
of handling It. We hate MMtoe nit ion IK controlling tin affair, this and
just ontertaimng inKlru.tivemeetlnfC.
All members of this organization had! a meeting in Orange county III about f..n.IJ''II..I.-: Aineruan I L"j(Tlon j': and various times they hnv,! se'itcoinnuttet's In view of the degree to which theadvertising

are invited to come and each is to which the cattle men, truckers, amiorange W..kly I here to investigate the and sates effort of the

briny a friend to a "memorv tea" at R'rOWeI'K artgetting operations in KiKfininiee most successful CITRUS EXCHANGE: Honda Citrus Exchange has been
togethrlen I '
iMinking of
\ the Chapter House Friday March: 2, what aiea to have declared! I ,plent wlIll'rlnd eat- plant hot !111I.h1for\ school) concentrated on grapefruit for several -

0g 3:30: to 5:30: p. m. ,I fence As far as O.sceola, t-ourity no-IK lilL'help ii to veKftiible bleak up a and cold.fruit duct will ( hilelren DIRECTORATE MEETS. : practically>?"r?, the P"nt situation.is

: gratifying to members of
---- -- -- - - - -- .. 1 Thursday "t- the Hanccik I se l""01. Tampa p'la., .. ..L. 22.-A tremendous the organization. A survey of the

Ii near Loughnian, the, p"I.t'lltll held a increase in the consumption of entire country, made

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII HIIIIJI""1/1"/ "1111I III III 11I11I11I111I1111 picnic, which Supt. C. K \owcII and Sealdnweet grapefruit is one of the ago, showed that less some than ten five years-
IIIIIIf percent
1111111111I1111I""IIIIf 11I11I""1111I1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I :Misslbina Smith attendeil. This mont noteworthy features of the current of the population then knew

-- affair is held nnnuallv and i*. called neaaon'g activities in citrus fruit' anything about grapefruit. A similar

= --! 1'"rents I lav. merchandising, according to the reports survey made
== S ::::::::i I made to the board of directorsof tiicates that at recently concluded i 111-
present from -
== The Christian )Knde: avorurs of the the Florida Citrus Exchange: at its to twenty-five twenty
I'reshjtirian church percent of the! people
ontvttained the | meeting yenterdoj. of this
Christian I'ndenvoreis: of ths Christian I A number of the territories covered ular country are more or less. -r.f-

L- : ehurili last 1'nday! ; night at the |' by sales representative> of the Kx-: The consumers demand of grapefruit.

WITH Chapter' Iloune Tht., .. wan lot of change, this( season's sales of Seald- has shown for Sealdsweet' .ranges -
'
__ __ MONEYE fun, merry gimi-s, snugs and del itious sweet grapefruit are running from growth a most healthy
during the
rt frebhiiuntwMis I 150 to lOt.) same period, even

One percent district in excess of tatyears. if the increrse h-u 1t_ _Fns.__'. T n.._". ..'..._......._._

The Bank With AND) E : S. II. Bullock ('Ilt'f tit iiied St..John' of reports an increase culur In propoition. It appears that Cvery

CHARACTER BOTH GONE : .. Guild; Oil her spacious lawn tically nearly 200 pctcnt. In prac- It consielerable portion of the or- f
of
every portion the
the country
Monday alternonn There were games Sealdaweet ange-buymg public now insists on
,
; YOU ARE AT THE POOR social converse, and the refreshing much grapefruit is moving having fruit, under the Sealdsweet

tea with 'aThl'II"\ social more freely than ever before trademark, which has
Ability (
J gathei : In the become a buy-
report of the
HOUSE I DOOR : logs yield several dollars in the* of advertising department - log guide, in hundreds of thousands.
,
feting, hut presented to the advertis ..r hom(.'-. The
= and greatei Jhan gifts of Hilv'r |- ing committee wide distribution l is
I lit the fuendly uneoc'iation. S on Tuesday attention indicated( by
= was called to requests/ for booklets
a widely ,
Willingness If you have a character and are honest - -- dicate article published xyn etc. described on the wrappers of the
The Methodmt Sunday school written by I>r. Royal fruit. these
I' I gave R. having been received frompractically
== : a portion of its last Copeland present commissioner of
S though >001' can succeed. Don't program Sunday New every state in the Union
health ,
you for
== to erve.' spendyour =_=: I i ro,iimemorative e.f Gei rge. Washmgtofr States ? York city and United and from several foreign countries.


_ _ _ money to get rid of your characteiflFDflCITCDJCIIDFR -, =- the) ;; (Oil Flags I Kim) were," was displayed! read by"Under Byron ,tate which senator-elect contained for the New statement York chang Dr. J., II.pointed Ross, president of the Kx-

that out to the directors
for I Amen and :Mr., Ovemtreet' ; an official tabulation of the to
gave mi nt
they Wednesday's
are indispensable to Your tel meeting the obliga
i ,
yenrly
f you. j ti-restiiig KiinmentH on patriotism. consumption in New York lion and
liLt
UJIIJ
SI1JUILU city of responsibility placed
seventy-nine upon
: Bank Account will determine your! station i I 'The .Misxii>naiy, Society of the giapefruit' ranks twenty-eighth foods shows that in the the ftandurd organization! for maintenance of

E Methi.diHt (burch lu-ld vc luinc. of Sealdaweet grane-!
a
soi '
in life literary
; independence in old age. Preparefor : ';ml program at its preHiclcnt's home fruit and oranges by tho existing fcv

l : ( :MiH .1 I. I I.. ()nerntrret's ) last :Monday orable attitude of the American pub

$ the future by putting your earnings in : ''aft..I'no"1.. : ..... W I>. Richardson> OLD FOLKS lie Ills 7 remark! were viVorowiVsecommdt.d

,== this Bank We I winter touiiMt bad charge of the pro NEED by business manager C E
welcome
I II = you to do business gram. K\ ang'llsm was the subject Stewart Jr.. and general sales man

I = I in genc-ial Evangelistic: work among.. NOT aeer Geeirre; A. Scott. There followed

'time Mexicans in i.itiei and rurul divtiut BE FEEBLE a detailed discussion of methods

J HERE. : was vt-ry inti'n.stirgly givi-n b\ to insure uniformity in gr.-de and

'" .-= -: I I ]Mesdamun Paulk Shaver liailej. you are "getting along in years" .ty-rk. Definite recommendations in .

=-: 1 Griffin and Sigl ler. MrK. W..hu1'l"on I IF yoU don't need to bit in a chimney: this connection were presented from ""

ably and sweetly comluctcd the devotional corner and dream of the days when the Sub Exchange Managers'" Asso-

reading and prayer. Mrs Me )on were full of life and Mtality. elation, which met on Tuesday. after ;

I Phatter read portions of the MethodUl Keep your blood rich and pure and no."' .IlII.1' from the advertising committee

,: \ dlMcip/ .me-, the reading of which our system built' IIi> with Ciudc's. of the board, which1 also was ,'

i IM iccjuired at all meetings. }IVpto-Maiigan, uul rut will fed In session that day. Some modifica

j Bank of Osceola I 1 A short playette, "What Shall We stronger, younger 1111.1 1 Incher than you 'tions of these. proposals were SUKirestod j

County Choose." given by MeMdumen Ovei have. for ears. Get it today and by directors and the entire!

street, Richardson, Paulk Persons watch the result. matter was referred to the executive j t .,

and Bronson, was effective. One of Your druggist lun Cude'a liquid or officers, with instructions to 'formu ,..:

p. ,.. .5 == the characters thought she had ful. tablets. as you lrefer.Gude's. late more detailed plans fop pre*enta- 5 \'.
filled) her tion at the March
religious obligations when ; meeting.
Houra9A.M.to3P.M.' .
5- 53 == she Bang in church every Easter-- I ; ,!.,,

"lEE. E cnce a year! Mrs. Alma Griffin Bul- Y.ar of experience 'teach that 1 *

s lock sang "My Task," a beautiful solo then It no iJ better means" of havin* i'-'

: __ __ very dear to many person Mrs. Pcpo-Manan fertile soil than bY> I)
IlilHnI growing leicumes '
i'I IUII ""IIIIIUIUIIIJI/IIIIIIIIIUlIIIII"'l/ I Young and Mr,. Peterson assisted and turninjr them into' the 0"" .' 4 \,
::1 "' lIIlIllIIIIIIIIIIIII UlU lUU llllllldllllnUIIIIII"1II1IIIIIIIIIIIUIII/Ill" / .I Mrs. Oyerstreet"' m serving refresh- Tonic'and(I Blood'EnricHer 1 "- tort Florida thDn". y Ntmet.1''I'hettet "j.

:.went*. '.... .
_ :1H1'e.a.7.: large attendance _1__ --, j weed.; ",' J>. '*. "uUi" .,rowneaa/nnd."r--! .. A b* r r'

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