Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 2, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01105
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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GROWERS ..PLAN'FOR NEXT SEASON 'AS.STRAWBERRIES' W. C. BASS. .DIED SUDI. WOMAN'S'' CLUB WILL : .

DENLY LAST :NIGff] :HAVE FINE BRYAN OHIO NAMED ;
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PASS THE 58,000 MARK Long Time Head Of School "8ystcS Lait Number- Of Lyceum Course '
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.' ,In Oeeeoia'CountT Passes: Away' J'J'Thllhd.y Help Make Up Deficit, AGEQ'. FOR KISSIMMEE TUESDAY
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.Night At His Home' ,If Warranted. Audience .Conies :

f : First Year As A-Berry Producing:Section Proves Very Walter C. Bass, native ot.'Illniminice The Woman's Club of ,_ ,

Successful ,In Face Of Market Conditions Unknown .. in this, and one of the most beloved men; which- has this year presented an March Sixteenth When New Form ,

r Over A Period Of Fifteen Years night at section his home passed at 3Z1'away Church las. admirers c.ptionally'fine of good'I.ceum music course in to.. ent Tak es Effect:_.,Has Had Wide, ''

street, from a'Complication' of hear mee; hopes the last number will ce :Ant) Done Big Things '
' Yesterday's shipment of strawberries .. Irregularities, according to physU, up 'the deficit which it has
from Kissimmee brought the AMERICAN LEGION RODEO clan a belief. lie had been indispose hi the presentation of the': city commis

season's total to 68,360 quart., count CANNOT BE SECUREDThe his during home the until day but was up and around two. This deficit cannot be contract with BAND. ''CONCERT AND
' ing only those which have gone from death an hour before' his to the attraction. themselves, ..Ohio, the PLAY ARE
three days wild west conte.tewhich about nine o'clock. ing1 to < POSTPONEDOn
who
the local platform by expreee. Other everyone was so the eommis-
the American Legion had hoped Born in 1868 where the present'site as to bear the -
first two but to
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conservatively estimated .ttenpereent'ofth.t
sales are March will
18. the
amount bringingthe to put on In Kissimmee this month of the city of Kissimmee is, he1 bas combination of, counter i'l..ipa. account death of W.4
total number' quarts' sold, in ha. 'definitely been abandoned. The been Identi9.dwith the> growth-of. which prevented the large sized for- Bass the band concert will.J>. omitted
lhe nm-half 'of 'KlaslmmeVs .sVret stock and contestants whom they had Kissimmee all. his life. For a Jeme, knees from attending which the Sunday. The band'e play "The Girl
hoped to term..of .)'.e... he was: chairman been meet- of the "
secure were unable to meet o- two"' numbers 'deserved. Flying X, in which Walter
year'of berry. raising,, well,over< 000 quarts.Monday formance, and have departed .for Al.. the present eaccenenee': of the-Oaecele the"deficit ..there, and the good Xrom'tnore was scheduled for. next Wednesday '
was the"xt day ef ex abama.. county schools is in greet-meeeDTe dies-,who; have .striven to have sli-nlfied ., the Casino has been indefinitely <
shipments locally, 4,640 ,quarts due to )his' untiring',and faithful endfavW. high --class amusement a...' *in adminis postponed., ,.
wing been shipped) to northern .. Beloved by all who knew hole.It." .' city. Some i f
markets on that day putting more COURT OF HONOR him-he-bor and all have
: a reputation for generosity /. is fortunate that the last '
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thaa eight hundred doilarr into drcu- and open heartedneu. It Is ber!!." to.be one which win .' The CHAMBER'TO WAR ) ,
latlea on the one day's bud....... in : said of him that he was never heard the" reputation' of the..first .tWI made and .Mr.
addition &he fery'large' number of HELD FOR SCOUTS to speak lily of anyone that he-el ouality. Mae Shuntwey Dow-ten, not
local easterners" supplied and those ways saw the best side of everybody tones to the high .. school ON THE MOS MJO'
sent ew\ by ddleapwpnoulnt.df the Saint in his speech. He was a member 'of terium .Oft'' Tuesday,. March Ohio Northern ..
Kissimmee -
-powers/ are the And Cloud. the board of stewards of -the- first with ''a'<. reputation ofr ...eta.....' has '
rsstrrn en account of the smaller int8.idral Scouts Pass Testa' And Methodist church of Kissimmee. Id addition to the' beautiful 'took special Request City Conmlcalon*. ."
financial yield than had been Mr.-Bass has. been in the cattle and ie .whjch she creates on the : along eciea era To Adopt"Model'' .;:
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keyed for, on Account of the very un.Tssael Receive PromotionsThe meat Business most of his life." 'He She has la;program which critics ifls, first '
... condition which they had to resigned from his long service'with lIoiIaCl... -"at last something ne !(';, end Ida Against Winged Pest. r
contend with this year, the net results county court roordpresettled' the-.ebool board last year to become 1,1), .pre eat1il. .Mae Shnmwey. :was Hw. .' ... \
lithe) strawberry experiment an inspiring scene last' Fridayaighl supervisor! of registration. One of I 'the happy Dr. H. 8. Geiger, city'phystciaa,- ,
,fcere, been .wore' than aatiafactery. when members the Kissimmee and the moat popular men of the county, the 'Wlman'.t1Club isRcing in the and1. chairman of the "liaesliin( .f itthataev
Tfcougfe sees of the growers has be Saint Cloud Troops of Boy Scouts his death came as a shock to; his 'thing new fine and different.: Its progress Commerce committee. against, the
cease iadependenUy-Trtch: .. have passed their. teste and received,higher . I urge number of friends, which num ram.is artistic and;'unique. governmental mosquito, yesterday recommended to ,
Bejvertheloea been put into circulation ....... In c the preeenetrsdtvar-; I included'practically .all the.real- Mngji to her-program not only residence the chamber the adoption of suggee ,. .
thousands' of dollars"which would have ious district ..officials 'of the Scouts dents ef the county. nwrtic'Talent of the highest order, given him.an tiona sent out by, the .state beard.. ef ,
gees>elsewh re had et.th. stwwbsr.ryeaeapttot and friends an4 .families of ,.the'.participating : Mr. KSM. is survived by his widow* th.'wftehery'of'a personality- ..... conditions. health relative te the repression of.,
boa-< < .' '''','''''7'7It',1JHaDI.. a4daugnter,Miss..Uelen Beset who'.. tivating i aa the ;program'itself .l for. him if not the total annihilation;! the, '
resuttant T ea",' .Qyhoe setond-class '.Taooutaelev .were:advanced attending. the'-Florida State College I IfS My it is "hard.to separate the for Kiesim 'mosquito.. A model ordinance was) ..... i.
hedy in KissUa-aee. to first-class scouts, and Vevn .. for Women at Tallahassee, aeon.. 1 aneitty; of: :this delightful : I 18' good in [viewed in which definite stdfe art
CIoodtlt.w are not available were awarded merit badges. Prey Walter C. :Jr., who was s orist-' from'her'art mad tell.whkh It is northern 'win* provided. to reduce the breeding places '
'Saint the time ding to bat The ceremonies opened;after with his father in business.,...his mother < so deHgfcta' and captivates. If'is 1 ,The for. of 'mosquitoes, and Dr. Geiger
at of press
that the enthosUam torhsrry ton Johnson, of Saint Cloud, sounded Mr*. G. W. Bat, of Jlnbnmeei. dicted& ,that she. tfUl net.I long. .is that he asked the chamber to g. .on'r.oord! .
it 4t. ,.known is less there the bugal! call, by the.sceute marchIng two sisters Mrs. :J. L. OverstreetofUelmmee on the-lyeeura platform, for other where be .. t A nMrtienwaj ,I."t;;
culture no Harry strong HUle down the aisle with the-..tIoaa1 ( and Mrs. J. M.. Paalk; fcs. Mreste'with .more money at for the city on unanimously ...... .*ot. eoly terequeet ,.
that In KUslmmee. l lsslmssa'yesterday colors and the scout -flag-; giving. the Cairo, Georgia; and two brother* cesnntnd will demand her time' Bleeoh .
braadt and Otto were salute. to the flag and'the coufeath Morgan. ( Bass of Lake' Wales, and "I<;/" same amount take office ....u from ... .
and they reportedthat of allegiance.{ The scouts then were I ftilwood Bass ef Tampa..'.: 'Kbahmnee ,has an unusual a veerleavea; pas'thla ordinance but also' tube ;;..
the arrowere are planning en to- seated la the court room and ae..'.. I Funeral services will be acid at the tsnltjr.'The' ladies hope .this', status .. pl'tbe principles ereof.t fhh4 :
far ahead with itrawfcerrlee af.aoobcft'n B. said short 'after Methodist church at 8 m, much property, It was points out.'t : ''
this .....D. Ayres a prayer p Sunday.. itj:will he well taken advantage higher ; s"
tear:! than theyv-did which i the examinations were 'eta. I'' \ him under, his various places which the dty; hasused t
SqJ'eI.th.., hawg'stot been ..euoeeesrnV ducted by Scout Executive Harold 1r: in) kin for dum : *1 t -
.' ji ngcagsounds.livepr'e
experience, @@RANCE'
.xeept' Is' .email, Boyd of Clennont, and Deputy Scout KISSIMMEEORLANDOHAVE .COUNJMO-: : tillle'alld 'win-. .vjded eomm -.."'" ,'.
though that number very ;
pest* during the -time betweea'thedvmMng
Commissioner Oscar E. ,Baynard,.oi of the year; j .
and iM y." a. w.Rafs tbeNwvhe have :: of the trasbrand the flllmg ,fro!
Orlando.- The jury was composed otiiE' .. shave .;
trade 1DCIa1J'1ri1I Mat**.this yar'aOxpmifuge Landlas, deputy.cout com-! BUSIESTROAD ,TORCADE [ ,. WB saJnl|, laAflTtn can* ,.seem te be-favorite a. ,;

.to I the penefitTestimony or $z 'of Osceola .county,.!. E. I ... :.. "1'. _' '.,.' ;* HBV' JRicttons! of the winged pests for the ','
\ ; of t'rtrr raertT1'-. scout master of the $attntCloud ;; Section .- secured the rearing their youag., ,
treseafl ever the RaW- .....'to agree. I II troop, and Major-vAdrian ,JSab- Road. Check. Shows This ppecl' In Kissimmee ; .a -account "Dr.- Geiger" po&ted out that .ihe to.,_z"1-
'-tteviansuaUjr-irarat'-ain .. .Ii I bitt,.-of-Kissimmee.Allisen>T.diattictx .ilasneh The.Most UsedOf<< Few\Minutes Route received and \ elimination.Jatiaosqaitee* was .. ,
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Iargly ) with Jbhe 'iJ "
= viceprsaldeijtrc&outy -J9' Oeegela e robabU4 but ; a "
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'tespr'tR'N''YrMl.d'h'' a.t. ,.aatas' judge om. ttdUOIUIr. v":' ... Parts Of State''There . ; "Hindred People ;- -Bryan, hed, li."tJaa lab .ben. boa \ ,
m-t1llla.--i6 It'tId1c: > yaar." >asraoemWy.iTheylpotat - { .
"' n'r.,i his knowl "I'J' DW. dliDDatloa, ;", .
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oat -1Aa\with; Ae the name 'of each scout who was' w.. automobile moving fTb.-jolnt: motorcade of the : '. work -aa a could' be effected? by the' ee forcememr' ,,
the irarm ether *bkh-boas 1 ''ftaI'" to' be examined for' advancement 1JI'-ri4a from every state.-in .'theUnionjexcept County 'and the Orlando Chambers usines. way, of'the proposed ordinence." .lie. ... > t
ed tha vgjewers in northern Florida, called a scoot, rose to his feet and tour on ,January 24, according Commerce' arrived in Kissimmee of honesty the.feet the" '
JUahamaTTexas. and Msisianahave saluted the court after 'which they 'to a traffic report.made-pub- schedule time yesterday: morning h. has al. ordinance itself would> hive little. +;'
come into the JMrbt:**nj_tli or ai* all took their-places before the court, Ito-at'"Tallahassee by the state, road lag met at the county. line by a duties fear remedial effect unlesa every .eW..... wJy i'
weeks earlier than 'usually thereby examiners, and 'Jury. while the district deartment! ?.covering-the check made local ears-and escorted to the Banks in his appointed himself ayhealth officer' to, 14-;;
doubling: .the.ordiDarJ'. IDI'PJy.-: "1c offtcial.'qulUed them'......rdmc by.it*, representative' .at,.23 'stations A number'of the band'bop played his executive look after\bi8 own premises, --and'to
conmgeat'lower ,--r : Tra the hundred-and one things pertaining throughout the state. It'was the first few pieces -of welcome after: '\ '' office see to It that no cans or other recep.' t
an the growers. realWe. tbe.xs pi.ba. to scout lore. Upon the conclusion time the"department had made sucha Dr. Sutton formally welcomed highly during tacles, or hollows or depressions which
Mnty of a recurrence of theae (condi of the examination the Jury recommended check. Each of the 23 stations reported visitors. Karl Lehman, the &,. fie was the could hold stagnant water are allow
tions.and."aN planning 'OD .going their advancement in viewof :: generally bad weather,,includ ng genius of the Orange &, that time ed to exist.' t
stronger into the game next .year the proficiency in the various tests. and slippery highways. The chamber, introduced Raymer F. ', super. While Kissimmee Is yemarkably
than thla' They are already settingnew The Judge-then conferred upon them betghth, of traffic:, according to canv ruire, president of the Orlando for. improve free from mosquitoes everybody
plants for next season's crop. in the rank 0f second-class scouts pursuant .*s, was on'state road number two, ber, wosRoke briefly, brining_ county, with present was.enthusiasticsily'In. favor .
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order to have runners for the June to the authority Invested in;him between Orlando and Kissimmeev he neoeesity "for '- paving; sewer : of taking steps to reach the1 Irreducible '
settings to make plants for next Sep by the National Council 'of the Boy where 1,626 cars were reported as "back country" and paying Mr. Dough- minimum. Dr. Geiger suggestedan
tember. Many' are planning to lime Scouts of America. Those who were moving north and south during the to Kissimmee's good citizens, .. statements "anti-mosquito day," such as the
their son in May and plant cow peas advanced to second-class scouts were, 24 hour period. The next heaviest he said he knew were all working a well known state board of health advocates, at
in June to prepare the best possible Karl S. Babbitt. Howard Elam,"Daniel traffic was between Miami and West ward the progress of the city that Kissim which time moving pictures and other
strawberry ground for next fall. Minx Arthur Steed, Alfred Wilson Palm Beach on the east coast where ts back country development. J. was re- propaganda could be presented, and
The growers who have learned to and Clayton Yates, of Kissimmee. 1,283 cars were chocked. Treat mayor of Winter Park, up a crooked educational measures launched. He
pack properly, or who have been able and Fred Randall Dull. Wilbur rice-president of the Orange had been showed where the Boy Scouts have
to find expert packers are reaping hedge' Charlie Howe, Kenneth Mc- BATTALION OF DEATH" | chamber, responded for the county. and putting been greatly beneficial in anti-mos r
their reward for properly packed Gill and Cecil Outlaw, of Saint Cloud. COMMANDER WILL DELIVER About fifty cars, averaging combine in quito campaign. by making "spot
berries. Five or six growers are getting The same general ceremony was NEW LECTURE HERE people to the car, were in the all the In- maps" and locating breeding spots of
higher prices from platform repeated with the scouts up for advancement ade. gleaned re- mosquitoes. The doctor exhibited educational -
buyers th.n.... those with poorer to flrst-cla scouts. The Colonel Dan Morgan Smith com- points to his posters, and left at the
packs,:the ,dUr..neerandn from tests in this case showed more advanced !- mander in France of the First Battalion HARTZELLS SELL OUT for the posi chamber a copy of an interesting;
three cents to as high as eight cents work and were testimonial of 85th Infantry, 90 Division, TO CENTER HILL booklet upon the subject for the use
,per quart for the best'pecked berries.Asterdays the high class training which' the A. E. F., reared in Florida will return are unani of the members and visitors. A committee
price/: fell as low as boys have received. Scouts who received for a short itinerary in the state R. B. Bohannon has bought \ their choice. I was appointed consisting of
fourteen Bents on jpieor" packs..while avery the 'first-class ''degree were: of his boyhood days and deliver his rell's grocery and delicatessen. unre Dr. Geiger, Mrs Wills Steed and J.
,few .of the best packs brought Richard BandyDavid Brunson, Howard popular and extremely patriotic new thereby hangs a tale of several )'e. he is to bo the M. Willson, to make plans for an
.twenty-three cents: Elam Garland Hankins, 'John address, "The Spirit of America," at desire reaching fruition. Mr. city. They "anti-mosquito day." .
':W:iT3.' ;M.klason has Juunber of buyers who have been!: Walker. Rudolph.Walker/Alfred Wilson I 9, in a community meeting at 8 p. m. I mee Several years ago. I liked it. have a free combatting the nuisance has been the
helping out, the local grower. A. and Clayton1'Yates'of Kissim- His subject, "The Spirit of America. I was especially\ pleased with will hold stocking of lakes and streams with
Rosen. has been the most consistent mee. and Earl Clavenger of Saint ." has been well chosen and will I roadway( pretty street as I'd efficient and Gambuaia minnows which have #
buyer during the whole .aeon, anda Cloud. One'of the tests in this classwhich be found no less thrilling than his"World' (or have seen, in Florida. The i ir the city's af dilection for mosquito larvae. Were
group of growers on the platform proved of the most Interest to War and Fields of France" saw of the city the better I liked be learned of this has been done, and the other
yesterday In the relatives and friends of the which has been applauded by thousands and I made up my mind I'd come confer provisions the proposed ordinance T
elation of bin efforts this theirtopes- scouts was. the"proficiency shown inbakinr. of his auditors throughout the tome day to live and go into him, it is be- observed eradication of mosquitoeshas
tablish permanent buyer The fu- .twl..... or bread wound on length and breadth of America. The ess. On the twelfth cf to assume been possible. The probabilitiesare
a stick. The boys had samples of wave of
Colonel's"address Is the opportunity came to..11 pro-
a judicious
the com-
ture is not worrying them as that these finny warriors will be
their culinary skill with them and hold of Kis ,
pounding of information, tore at Center Hill. I did '0,
JClssimmee berries have made a ,.reputation obtained for local residence and .then
for themselves. Producer. the spectators, examiners, jurymen, wit ana tactful appeal descriptionf :came her I I liked;this store, when co woe to the fellow who uses them for
knew this was a neeee.nt step and court all sampled them and extolled balancing of- thing patriotic of thepaat ,proceedings immediately, and now fish bait.
their producers.A of the and mine. Ill continue to run it does not
before, this section could take It* moral present, recon-
Prof.
W. Hill Creek
A. of
Shingle ,
awardedmerit '
number of I
boys were the lines but recommen-
.itructional for the future. His great same will soon add
of the berryproducing
place one biggest I
as addressed the
chamber
for As is usual on the subjectof
badges work
sections. Practically all of previously Fund of humor and marvelous descriptive bulk goods and feeds which will
good roads with particular reference -
completed. Richard Bandy Edgar accomplished
terest the
farmer.
ability 'affords his unusual talents

this section
the berries shipped from .1 to the Shingle Creek road to the
Beeland, Garland Hankins and Me. Mr. Bohannon for him and
as a platform speaker full play took over the
,
have carried, well, and .brought top ,Clare Lupfer, having previously passed isd his advent presents opportunity Tuesday' morning. I < He has county line. His argument was that ) 51
prices in the' aortbe1"ft'marketa. On the work now being done in the Lake
i the tests In civics, under the ex- Van hour ef intellectual feast His term of
some occasions they have sold higher lamination of Mrs. F. C. Bryan, of the appeal sliver toned oratoryand patriotic KANNER STORE HEAD a couple of Wilson section on this road .hould be
than the market. Altogether-the season were awarded merit in no posi started at this end Instead of the
vision of better LIKES
new America.
a a
has beeej thoroughly successful, badges for successful completion of The meeting will be held under the I .. until other as it would connect up with .
and indications that next year i the prescribed course in civics. Swimming auspices of the Anti-Saloon Leagueif Mr. Dawson, of Sanford .." he re paved roads and accommodate a
will asp strawberry acreage at larger number of people. The mem- .,
adepta who received merit America. Admission will be free: manager of the Kanner stores, was nothing won-
least doubled. barges in that department werer Everybody cordially Invited to at-: the city several days thla week. come from ben present agreed with him and a
In Spite of the lower than communication ordered written .-
prices Richard Bandy.-David Branson How- and. Dawson Is very pleased with the and was
usual a great many of the growers ard Elam, Garland Hankins. John neaa possibilities the city been wonder- to the county commissioners urging; 1 '
have more than broken,,, so far Sanderson Emerson Squires, Donald JUDGE KRIBBS ISSTRONG and expressed his entire my desire is that the work be carried on, m from_ thin!
and with the remaining two months and Rudolph Walker. Emerson with the business done by l and to help end..
of the season it Is expected that everyone Squires was the. only merit badreawardee FOR PEACHES branch store opened here a no prom. '
will'make some money on his for musk Preston Johnson months ago. In fact, he states, that I shall MRS. D. W. POTTER .'
crop; while some will salt away a of Saint Cloud, not only was awardedthe Judge! G. F. Kribbs was wearing abroad they are so well pleased with gets one DIES IN CHICAGO
nice amount.of "velvet.With prae- merit badge for bugling but was smile Thursday and his eyes usiness here that they intend to every dol-
tically everyone breaking even the highly complimented by the jurymen listened with the telltale sparkle in a new up-to-date stock Mrs.D. W. Potter, who has been In
first-' year In.the berry businessthe for his excellent work ,In sounding the which told that something interesting!' April 1, one that will l add I for some Kissimmee in search of health for "
outlook(r is very 'bright for making category of.bugle call. w. about to be divulged. And itw.e able Interest to the buyers of I county man some weeks visiting with her cons
this.'"season' famous for its quantity The spectators were treated to( avery interesting, and good news. It mee and vicinity. He is also dollar his, Mrs. Belle Modie and Mrs. Amen*. "
atnd Qua tT*of,strawberries' ,in.. years pleasing demonstration of the bowed a little bit'more what a county Ing I!: something of interest for during his da Wentple, of 319 Aderhold-died in "
.come/: *?*: V" scouts of producing fire when Osceola istHe people during ."eominlr week and super Chicago last Sunday morning. .
the matches are wet..or missing is the'proud possessor, or was, suggests watching for further over $60- Mrs. Potter's health has not .Inv !
:PERSONS SELLS'HIS adroitly performed with thebow: and at that time, of a basket of fine ripe ouncementi. construction proved and Thursday. she was ao-, '-. '
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.r. leaches, the first ot the season, and that companjed'to) Chicago 'by her dautgh-'.
,$ . ;V--*; TEN' CENTSTOREGeorge''W.'Persons sticks DV Emerson Squires. year
tlf. 'J ,.' .j, long In advance of the open Season WOMEN'S CLUB "WILL k : < .. of ditch ter, Mrs. 'Smith who( came to'KI.*;
has-sold' I Mi ten SAINT'JOHN'S GUILD on peaches. The' peaches were raised MEET NEXT way alt, the simmne from Chicago, and Mrs.,'Lola ''1...
cent .William MEETS NEXT MONDAY by Lou Seaman, at Kissimmee Park. the ays < C. Allen nurse. They arrives in;'
store, on/Broadway i to The Klssinimee Woman's Chit'
Pillar of Kissimmee., .,thechange barIng I Saint John's. Guild :will meet on was red yesterday'temoon meet ntthe Chapter House inspec Chicago Saturday morning and/M"*. '
law of
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on
Potter '
a the
been effected this week Mr..MiJar Monday March 6, at'$ at the with a visit'by a 'delegat+on ; passed away . followin-f.
.pvot
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day March 6, at 3 p.- m,' The '1( : y. ..... : ....
ha$.-Cperated.a.fl.anditen: tent home of'Mrs.: Rufus .Gloower':Mlaick. flf the fir'sq (,front'our' sister city ties board of the club is requested : gi

store. before, and plans on. an inoreai. Vernon avenue aDd Hnghey street ,All of Saint Clow, consisting of i' Mrs.. meet at<.2:30-p., m., ,A full .ttenda ; : by yearswfq Theyhave'? been .Spending1; the Winterht'.Knsimmeresi4jng
L-..-\ *<1 stock -and business'.commensurate members of the. Guild.. :-ace,'urged. .to !ouv Mrs. Zimmerman... Mrs. Nestt .. tboth'meeting; is desired.-*, ; "" being a I at'atheA."W.
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SIX HOME DEM., VTTV w v irww "v"wwT- .
.PREPARED LAMBS docking. In either r case the; .tail| FLORIDA 4aI4.C 1.ee 't S ,
; BRING TOP MARKET .'RJCESllecontl should be cut,at the first joint which ONSTKATION WORK LOOKS S BONNIE BELLED BEAUTY: SHOP u O-Mglern.f ra
occurs! about one inch from,the'b,dy. GOOD TO VISITORSProminent a Mrs. W. S. Graham O41 I t4 Thatlsbey $
/ (/ of a ;.orl'"n of government *rlcl If a knife is used the,lamb should be : : . l' .
visitors to the"South S. SntUf notion Ou rant -ed., Contain
| on sheep ratalntr.) the resting IVrfect *i h
tho feet ,
held with up rump Florida Fair were Mill Ola Pawl.1Ind 5 HAIR WORK A pJCIALrY! "fir
Docking( and castration of' lambs* ) on the top of the fence or upon Miss Beatrice Williams, the former t varietyWhat's
destined for the market material! the knee of the, person assisting in a home demonstration worker of Ga Phone 235 105 Park Ave.. Saaaoaaaoaaaew

increase their market, value becauseof the work. There is' less pain when the United States department of agriculture + .....aaaa'aloarc..sa
vow improvement. in..quality, accordingto the knife is 'used but there is more and the, latter a similar, 'i
and it is sometimes necessary -
,, the. United States department ol loss of blood worker in' Krnnce.
1 to tie a string around the demonstrationclub ,
agriculture.There home
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In speaking
for this. stump to prevent the lamb from losing B. DICKERSON ,
EditorA are several reasons exhibits at the fairy Miss/ Powe'lsaid I
Docking makes tho hind-quarters) of a large amount of blood. Thisstring : products ,
"I have never seen AND BUILDER
i$U be removed few hours CONTRACTOR
Jambs appear more blocky and derpand ! must a more beautiful or more artistically 4' ;,
it also adds much to the cleanliness later. When hot irons aro used it is displayed. The exhibits not only show Ill; Wooil.. Prick or 8tomAlso I :'
THEThe of the animals. Thus they ap- necessary to rest the lamb on a board. fine workmanship but also good taste IHirk-ln) 'luff nod J'I sh'I'lnlf.
attractive to the buyer The irons sear the stump as the cut I
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pear more of in the !selection of material an i Jit ifllACK SIR l'-.lor
lox
when they ;reach the market. Ewes! is made and this prevents the sign./ This work in Florida certainlyseems
which arc to be kept in the breeding blood. The wound will heal more "
to be on a high plane.
publish flock should also be docked ns a very !slowly, however, than when a knife !is I Both the visitors were especially O. F. KIUCBS W. J. STEED

nee ha V large portion of the undockvd ewes UHPd. plcim-d when informed by Miss Sarah KRIBBS & STEED I ( l
the will fail to breed. In castrating, the lamb should) beheld
home demonstration
W. Partridge state
cur ati Ram lambs over three months of in the samo position as for dock that, during the : j just! Attorveyi* and "r"uuBnrlAr *t Law II Jiwr
had aago I age tend to prothin and 1 develop ing. The lower third of the scrotum fueled agent 1000/ gills completed year projects'; HI..I....... Florida /

H coarse shoulders and neck, Thin- should be cut off and the testiclespullod in furnishing their own bedrooms.This . general pracllrr !. nil !plate. andU.lled i .
no wathey lambsare out. It is highly important t'enrle.p.Yr .
fleshed, course, open-nhouMered straight \ of the outstanding Slate.
one
v and that t the wound be washed they declare,
net of a desirable quality I achievements in this woikin --
We when they reach the market they are with an HiUiceptic) solution and that this JOHNSTON in the country.
discriminated against by the buyers the. hands and knife be disinfectedfor j l'ow.I1'hI18 returned from
Miss
was"aette < these features If the each operation. It is also necessary just & GARRETTArTOHNEYS.AT.LAW
because of JOHNSTON
docked clean for the I France where she helped! inauguratehome Mule Feed?
and ia
iambs are tatsrated to fuint quarters demonstration work. Already : the Difference
high when they are a few days old their Iambs; in order to prevent infi't t'' >ri I
with tlHiKh will not be retarded. On the of the wounds. 1 France has dune some work along Offices : J 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Dank --.--- -
growth
I In u _ __ I this line but' expects to do more, nowarranging
sued, other hand they will present a betterappearance GOOn CA'I'"I.II'IUCES WHERE to start live home demou Building. not the amount of feed you give your mules but the
and 1 if they have been
time a'I properly fed dill have a smooth, desirable TICKS HAVE BEEN: ; ERADICATE) ration agents. wurk. in KI' DUHI'. 10'1..11111.\. IT'S . Just a monotonous' diet of corn, oats with hay failsto
who has worked
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one shit oTH1 finish at four months of uf.t'e. The following article from the Fiance for three yearn, Is mukintr' a i supply work :animals with.a sufficient variety of diet to

Lambs command of good a quality premium in over this condition bucky "'lori' 11 Development Hoard should l study of the American system after I Milton t l-l." da! .-r I 1:11".1: l \ !la keep them in good shape. Mules fed in this fashion get ..
prove of interest! to Osceola county whiih (dievill return to France to I
and undocked lambs at the markets. "
: cattle men: put into effect what she learns! heie PLKDCER & DAMS plenty "to fill 'em up.
Oftentimes during the period when I Sadsden; county ill the only tick She' says that ionic has been done in I .-. I I II ITT"IlSI'YII. Picture yourself sitting down to meals of bread and water. j
market is receiving I
Jersey City
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1I she fever quarantined county in Florida demonstrating bttter farming t"...11lt.lt..r \ .:
lookischoo large numbers states, lamb of lambs from at thatmarket the I which carried on systematic tick I home I life in that country.Fnrm I ::1 i Sl.ili' +Hank.. lluU.lnix.' I II You would soon lose your health. If you could have plenty of

.eastern prices eradication work lust year, and l the organizations known us agricultural 1l I and fresh vegetables, health would soon come
meat your
fluctuate because of the highpercentage good ,
I
thing I benefits, are shown\ prices.. now being syndicates have been 'II"U' I I issl3ltll', ':a i:. I i'iiitii'I I I '
of unlocked\, and buckylambs I
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tempt ) which arc discriminatedagainst paid to our cattle owners H'ncr I J1iz,1 and_ ale 'ult'adv.: : functioning back.
succe, i by bMyi.ru seeking a high- tin federal oflk-iulH! authorized en I --- -= You don't need as big a bucket to measure out a feed of
sport January \20! shipment' of cattle from I \'mI;INLt .VM: OHIO VM: i'ou .1.1II
leticaus quality of the product.lambs improving intended l the for quality that his county to open market. in the I I I LEAD: IN: HKTTER-SIKES_ DKIV E I II II I Auto Liccnscscone { O-Molene as you do for a feed of corn and -
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United States. less O-Molene.
no n - oats. It takes much
leesestab market will help to stabilize prices, Cattle owners in quarantine I Kloi :I Kinmoic\ than a year the stat-s of I ] Tax Returns! or other accountant '-
according to members of the t trade {, I'I'I I O-Molene contains the variety of foodstuffsnecessary
been
icln! counties < -compare the following I Virginia and Ohio have unusually work. QI
represented tKeie. bow active the United I :! Stale Bank Building mules in condition.
to re and prices and fVgure just us shown by Room )JI, to keep perfect .
standthiage Wether lambs feed are quiet|well and easily make! much it ill costing them to raise ticks, : States department of agriculture icconli -- I You get more work from them. Mules like MQ
huudletl. They In on basis of "what they 'caa'get for. !', in imploring their I live stock by II 1_ _JESSIE D. KLEINMAN,
good gains in flesh, particularly O-Molene because it is made exceedingly appetizing
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their cattle in closed markets. I the use oi puro-bred sires, At the
Ii% a tt the hindquarters, .he region better of trig Oiv February 15 the following sales end of the calendar year U)22!) Ohm - : by a special process of crushing the .s
Thus
learn I high-priced ity of carcass cuts in secured n togeth&r aupl-; ware made in Gfcdxden county : (i)0() :I showed a total of 2,293 persons who DR. R.: J. DENNINGUESTIST select grains. O-Molene is being: used by
I cattiest t 6'/i cents perdlundredpound.live bad. pledged themselves In willing tn
man
with higher market ices for Netherlambs of the biggest mule owners in the coun- <
pi I weight; 108 cattle at 6 7.8 cents use pure-bird sires for all classes of many .
... Meat of this quality when'l_ per 'pound And 125> -cattle at $42: per live stock raised. Virginia's total was 1 Over the Postoflce.Jrfet !. t.v, because it is the cheapest in the long run. u/,
sold the retailer will result in. _
T by suimal. One made ,the stutjenie : in : 1KJUK8 ,
buyer' 1,03d. Early January Virginia; : 9 to 11.30: I.JO to I
to d well satisfied consumer und a future C that this class 'nt cattte would] filed with the department) 104 addi- 'ettidence Phone 174-
epiriwe demand for more meat of -the samequality. bring l %' to \U1! cents pound ut'' tional pledges in one day thus.
It is often stated that I lambs l per | pit--- OfBce Phone 15-
I I l oint of- Origin in quarantined i-oun- i I lug the 2,000 murk ami narrow in)r t.heniuigjn FLORIDA FEED STORES
noun which are to be shipped to live; maiket ties where systematic tick eradicationwoik I considerablyOther ' ,
before they four months old
the t are has lurt- been .ul1 erta..n.. I i states similarly active in this 1. C
need not be castrated. This is mini-
Sour a Alabama markets have taken the organized l diixtto improve their livestock P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNYSYATLAW
apo take as some of the ram lambs will bulk of. the cattle but since the quarantine ] are -bii-.kn, K"lItu'ky'IIh.t tillgttm ,It I
begin to the rert of the flpck
1. and to lobe worry flesh before this time.Furthermore WAS raised Tampa buyers have South Ciiiolina! fwd l Vermont. I 306 Broadway
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met sort of the competitive prices Current progress. of the' work in OFFICES I
the be ,
market not
mnv offered l by outside buyers, the-; n ml other otatei i-i shown lij a Winter lark Florida i ii
the the lambs leach
time
at
4. strong
this stage and they may b3: held back TO ....:Sl-ACT(;,\iSTHS: : I animal resort!. industry just issued, and by is the obtainable bUIf.'nu'of t I TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS

-. by the owner for several weeks for IN: ROADS OF MANS STATES request., I i :.*.:...,-:..:..,. ;.tH.+":- higher prices. During this time theram
- a a
lambs will not only rapidly lose Actual stresses in concretero.id I
in weight but if kept with the rest slabs\ und Hubgrude conditions beneath' Butcher Rejoices OverWife's !** ii itNERMtItBLE&6lLNI'1'Ea C'OMPANV( TAMPA; ; +' Call Up No. 218TWO.ONE.EIGHT

of the flock they will also cause the are to be investigated in many statesbv I ,*, aa
ewes and ewe lambs to lose flesh. the bureau of public roads; of the I I Recovery"My ( )
Neither docking nor castrating arc United States department of agriculture. 00 MONUMENTS=
dangerous operations if properly per A truck is now being '-- 00-
formed. Lamb should be docked with suitable apparatus includinggraphic I' wife suffered for five yearn ** M.: J. Crowder, Agent, KU.iimmee 64a

and castrated when they are from strain! gauges and an autographic and practically lived on toast and hot -
r. seven to fourteen days!., of see, us deflectumuter especially developed wnter. Doctors said she would! haveto -o rad'aaa'?
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there is practically no retarding IIf for the 'purpose. Data to bet'.11"ctt'll be operated for gall stones. A lady .O OO - -- -
growth and less than Is. the cnn"I will include soil and moisture i advised her to try Muyr's Wonderful >00 MU 0000..00..0.0.
ann when they are older. Lambs may be condition of the subgrnde, designof Remedy and after taking 4 bottles $ M. TILLER :
for docked and. castrated.l at the same !!slab direction and magnitude of over two years ago; she has been entirely .co r
nn time thus avoiding the necessity of j stresses, and deflection of slab under well ever since."" It removes J Real Estate Agency J

" : ; handling them twice. The operations j legal limit of loading as well. as other the catarrhal mucous from the intes- a
ad c. .l i".0 I should) ,performed ,on a clear, coot loadings. tinal tract, and allays the Inflamma- 4 FIRE, LIFE. AND ACCIDENT4 I II
" 11,:'morning and cantthe.animalsare should l be taken.overhoatcd ., This investigation is to start early tion which causes practically all 0ISSUH" CJo; .

I,,r y//,:that, not ,excited or Iln the !spring, und some of the south* stomach, liver and ,intestinal ailments -0-, INDEMNITY; = BOND! O % ,
ere '.[;. either before, or after, the prn states will he visited first. Valuable Including appendicitis One dose will -0- a tla .f
phato $,'J i work is done. .> I! information- should be secured as convince or money refunded. J. ,,55. o oooo .tooo . .oo. I
f. ;? >..''''':?'A sharp. knife ornomo type of,t to the strength of different types of. Roberson's drug store and druggists .
docking irons may be used ta do the design. everywhere. -

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new Willys-Knight models include

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commodious, fully appointed Sedan and a .

roomy comfortable Touring car. Both arc - I 44

powered by the motor that actually irrjiprovei) at your pleasure-go where you

.. with use. .' choose and when you choose,with
s.. tht Willm-KnifM m4vTttmtmtnl fee _
ftbrvmrt tith Sifunfcy ti/fiuxt Fan '. your family your friends. Enjoythe

TOUKINO !-..... tIJJS COUPE-SEDAN !->.... IlIti '. ,. boundless beauties of nature,the pure
TOURINO 7-pau. . (1411 SEDAN >-p.... . IMS .:"; NIW8Y I INN
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SEDAN '-p" . tl7S All >rtc,, f. .. 3. -01.4. ... excursion
I a rest by a cool lake or stream.


Home For Those Away From Home
I You can in a Ford. Millions have learnedby

f : ; WILL YS !S Attractively Decorated
ir : j experience that to own and operatea

r :I..' ' Weekly Rates Ford is not an extravagance; they

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derived from
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j''all Recommended kinds Troubles.of Skin for IJi Rheumatism ea8 and Stomach and- facts and figures.



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"KtBS.IMMBB'PALLEY':GAZETTE. fttlbAY MARCH. **
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TO. K1331MMEE.. PASSES OVERWfllaa' : than Bajtrd nine of not director toss, than. ,Tbe tbres'norrrnor.offlm of the ILl HAROLD UME. YIP. SIMMONS; D. ,A. 0 I ISO! JR.,'

AGRICULTURAL POINTERS *.....tarr and Treasurer be held ., ,. dItT! < Fresl_ :
: A. K.COl'nter' resident 59GOOD by. one person The mal Director Beet FertiliwrtUomett laucc1 es4, $prayers. Poultry SappEt*
of KU imm.. tor.. the hall be elected jit the annual stockholders >
1.1;0 H- WILSON COUNTY AOICNT years died last Friday afternoon meeting to be held In the City Goo \ at of Klsslmmee, O""oe Avs o'clock: following paralytic on'the 2nd Monday In January of cacti ,Ask(Tour Neighbor-n. Kmowi .

Now that more grilnlcropp. fine .trokduring hit evening meal the year. beo-lnnlnir In the year 1924. GET' NbW!; FALL -PRICELI3T BEFORE" BUYING. .- j \
Be previous Tuesday. Mr. Until ht. first annual meetingof the ;
McCool i
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woo you plant corn this pring for almost seventy-three years of age.was stockholders above mentioned. and until are elected the. officer and E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO, J..ck.o Tin.. Florida .: ; ,

Jour etock Iteed. If your soil I. adapted Born at Ashland. Ohio April 27 qualified at the first election the ... I Il '"

to grain growing make the 'armnav he moved to Beaver Falls, Pennsylv, I860.. CIGARETTES officers of the corporation shall be -- ___'_____. -_- ._-__-._ _'_ -l-. ,. ._ .1 'i I

plant more for stock and plant, but corn.never Not neglect only nfa later* ,his"J -'heath failed' ago him Tin and years he 8eCretary-Treasurer.I'at First Johnston Vice-President President. ; The Irma Perole stockholder Holcman.Oliver Get. Your .Job Printing from the Valley Gazette ''f

planting l Home sweet corn for home came to Kissimme. where he has hall meet In the City:. of Klsslmmee

consumption- 'the winter Osoeola County Florida, at the officeof ,, .. -.- : !
spent every year since icy --' -" - --, J""n; r---' .
this corporation
the 17th day of
It will bo a good idea to, ho* out that time;:..;JUr.- McCool was. a MMa. March A. LJ. 1821. for' the purpose of i

the weeds in the berry patch now a member of the Beaver Valley Com- adopting by-law. and' completing the "J.: 'w : TIIo.pso.1: : j 1
that we have had ra1n..nd conserve mandery 84, Knights Templar and organization- of thin corporation,
ARTICLE VI. !
moisture for the plants. The also I
the a Shrlner GENUINE!: The highest amount of Indebtedness ,
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prices of berries are better. Pick yourpatch Mr. McCool was the. Inventor t f the to which this corporation hall at any
clean on picking dajs 'Bo there McCool Typewriter and the McCool "BULL"DURHAM limo subject Itself shall be Five! Hun- Licensed funeral Director t.
dred Thousand Store and Chapel
Dollar ( .
will bo no waste from soft berries. Blind Stitch Sewing Machine 'blcb Is ARTICLE VII.600,000.00) .

Can your cull berries. Let's keep extensively used in large tailoring The names and residences of the Incorporators -0"A. 5tec_, Sysp "le.' S.k. II R-J Fee I .

right in behind the strawberries. establishments both of which prod- of this corporation together Stewart AN".. Ads: ,* 1 "
TOBACCO with the amount of stock subscribed "
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certain Hind
this a sure industry ucts ,
Hake were handled
the
by Acme Keystone for by .each are a* follows: /Cusimms Grate Anbylnci'Senlci at Call'i--i
Osceola High
for county Company, of Beaver Falls 8har..s .
Some one is going to get pork hungry which he organized. Among his Tat Johnston KUslmmoe. 1"la.IIO Ofnoel PHONES Residence: TS ,
many Notlv" Is hereby nivwii that Percle Oliver Klsslmmee, !
here. Buy high grade stock forrcedisjr patents were the wo, the Fln..M.ZO
profess and ma- dornlg-nort., Intend to apply to theUovnrnor Irma Holsinan, Klimlmmet.. Fla _.20
purposes We are in needof chiftery for making cold drawn steel of the State of Florida" for PAT JOIINg1O.I.PERQiI0 ; _ i
more puts bred hogs and farms ehvfting met tubing, for the produc I..tt..rll Patent Inc..rporatlnll.odt"" OLIVER. ,
producing grain and forage crops for tion of vMeh he organized the Union Company Incorpornted copy of" which IRMA 11OL.ZM.AN ,>,
ff"w noHel charter in hereby attached.n .
teedhig the stoA. Mr. Farmer lefs_ Brawn Steel Company about thirty \ the 12th day of March A. H IH2J.: STATE or FLORIDA, ) n ai+ .
get interested in this type of farming. years ago malting. the leading Industrial PAT JOHNHTOIST ')81f. :
Bmld you a good smoke houae and plant of Beaver Falls. Carrying 1'1<:HC11o:: OL.IVKI1.: COUNTY OIl' OHCKOIA > '

fill it up with cured hams. Call on ; bit ability as an organizer far IRMA HOLZMAN. On me this, an day officer personally duly appeared authorized before to- : .

'thv county dent to secure the light ther he later orghnizc-d the McCool I'ItYO1El> niAKTKn'oF WCK>DTIXCOM1 administer oath. and take HCknowlcdfrinont NOTICE !

kind of stock for you. Tube ''Company which was afterwards __ ANY. 1N(*OHPOKATE1> --- *, PAT JOHNSTON. 1'KHCIIO OLI- TAX ,
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Have yon given the citrus grove a purchased by the United States Steel 1 The tindt* .. ( d,- aitHoclatothfinnolvpH VEIL known and to IRMA me In HOLZMAN.be the portion personally! described

. spring application of fertilizer It Corporation. Among his many inventions together for the purpose *offormlntr In and who executed the foregoing ,
will help feet the fruit crop that the was fin automobile tire. n corporation under and 4hyTlitue Article of Incorporation and ; '
trees are puttjng on now. Keep the For .>f the laws of the Htute of Florida upon being duly and severally sworn ,'.
some ars Mr. McCoei
y has and under the following propo.....l each for himself or herself acknowledged .
I acme harrow' going this spring to boon retired spending his summer. Chn.rtr. before me the execution thereoffor ,

ktyp<< down grass and weeds, and in 1'enhsylvat.m and his winters at AUTTCLH! I. the U.8 nod purposes therein expressed .. ,
nhove ftTl hold the moisture. Keeping Kissimmee. Twenty-five The name oC thin corporation shall .
years ago be WOOIVTKX WITNlfiSH: hand and offlrlal seal J
COMPANY INOORPOKATKI my '
the weeds cute and conserviag the he bought the property known ac ), and its principal place ofbuakntiaM nt KlHsiminee, OHCiola. County Florida .
moiHturo Will enable the trees to get K&ftsimmee hark which he retained until I hw in the City of Kluwtmtno this the lot day of Mnrrh. A. V). IMS.O :

the full benefit of the spring application until two years ago lie was the ... toimt of OMCtU'Ia. Florida, with CJAIWKTT.. :
branch In suck lace vr platon NotaV>' I'uhllc. foliate of Florida NOTICE is hereby given that !
: ef fertilizer. father
of three d"NI
sons and a slaughter. in the i Cnit tal.s or In foreign; countrltH My <'oinmixHlon expire, .\u/ Ual. 1S25. .
......t fail to "spray' the grove 10 to only one
20 day after the bloom for melanona A. McCool: Jr., whet with Jna AUTK'I-E II. '
Osceola County
the hooks of 11
ucnb. other diseases and insects with wife makes his winter home in KJBsimmee Tho ho general tianimotcd nature by Maid of tin corporation bYtHttU'imto The following signs can be purcIted \"- tax ,

the Vordeaux oil .emulsion. This spray rn Emmett street.Short hall be to buy wit. or inanufart'iifbrit at The Gazette office for lOc each:

will bo used a great deal over the funeral services were conducted 'k and pM\ln Mock of ull kin Rooms For Rent; Furnished Rooms will close April
citrus belt this spring by growers '1'01\1 the Emmett street borne and nature whati>o% wr And to acquire For Light Housekeeping:; No Trespass promptly on 'i !

who want to produce clean brijjrtrrvit. Sunday afternoon by :l>r. W. HDrcRcK and own Ithrr 01 ]lease direct guy*. or machinery Indh''cll ncrrsunry In- ; For Hire; No Smoking:; For .

after which the body wae e..ldJ..I...**.... and to ercmre. and own Rent; For Sale. e First. All.t for the .,
es
-------- shipped to Ashland Ohio where in- patents sod fortnulau .h..n."r ftanu. year
may be SOUTHERN COLLECT: "MITESA t<>rinc ful of Maid ,* for
I operation UHI HH or
Hos.orary pallbearers old and de- the protection of the Interests of the 1922 not paid by that date will I
day that is a genuine national voti-d friends of the 4tec aftcd! wore within' .r..ratl..n. ; to rnRHUtt In tin ,
holiday, George 0iington'a birthday Judge T. M. Murphy, Judge G. F. busluesa. ..r. and to ontii Into rontrartufot

was celebrated in 'appropriate KuH. Mr. J. J. Tucker and! Mr. J. B. tug' th and' itraiHnR c.malrurtlun laving of. pnMK roads.. build htwrhH -* be delinquent and subject to 7

inner at Southern ( 011..1laMt HnK Active . . .
pallbvarrrs were Me w \ n' MI ot IM alit Hlil* w MUCH; to buy.
Thursday February 22. The en- srH. J. McPhatter, P C. Buttorff, J. ..ill 11I110...:..*, lease Knd d"\ clop IUIM.M
d-avor to secure the spirit ef the 511.EY.I...lu..1 a u*'"i.nil i,al .'Mtatel.UHlB ,.
was
Wade Tucker S. L. I.upfcr W. B. sale. In this office relative '
.HH and tit tmv and sell luitdM on its writing
notional holiday without formality Mkinon, and S. B. imard.I own tMmitit. anl on onitnlxrilon. to STEARNS"ELECTRIC PASTE I
and the results were plvimlntr. Gufts bVlid, 4ML own. )III".I' d.<.vrlop< "
of the occasion included all throe THROW land. ..u in d l h\' .t hit* *.orpoi atlon; in rarnvnlsMl IM MM siwrsntaed' exterminator furnish
who take their meals at the college OUT THE LINE miuuflulurr. 11111.1., tlmhi. i>,,\t"l for Cockroachus. Morbuc, AnW,. BMs and to taxes, please I ;
ator K, **i o.....11. H. tut',p*'nt in*'. iltnl .*r JUoe.
dining; hall, and aloe the day wtudents 1..1".1.! ., and. to I I.".H(*. hire. ow.11 and Don't.1Ite time trains to kill then pests'
who .attend. the college from Lake'I art us broker. f lu'|oi' or .k"c.ntn In II", with powders, liquid or SAT experiment description of ;
property
land. Eire Them Help, and Many Kiwtfmnue p.rctrnvc, mils. nitiTtufat U10 and dlapHit ''' i preparations.Ready ; your

In order to raake\-the; celebration I..opleo111 B* Happier I on of s-al l.r"I.'I and produi for U.a-Dorter than Trap
th..r.r and contntodltlcs.' Bondwires .
mere pleasing and effective, it was "Throw Out the Life Line"Weak And mwr4.nu.1 lue. ".*t. every kind ln<'lud- 2-01. box. ST... 15-o box 11.00 and enclose postage. '

conducted in connection with the evening kidney need help. big .....\..1 utoi**,. blaekentlh, ....I OLD LVUYWHLRLKISSIMMEE .
meal the dinner hour lasting They'ie often overworked they o..|>*.r.. Cool tiitd l11gdeuiiN aid! ""\V .
lon't mill .Tool and liitohrinontH of all sort: -- rI
get the poison filtered out of the,
from 6 until 8 o'clock thin. .
for purpose I*blood. to upctHtt and tondiift HAM lUll I... plan-
Asa distinctive' feature 'George- .i InK nilllK, and all bunlti.HM 11..1.1.,1, PLUMBING I "
Washington and bis cabinet repre1aented '| Will you help them? th.*r..i.,.. to bur. rat so. and aril I j Doun K Kidney Pills have brought'benefit and !)"*. Mtoclt ..r all UlndN, to purrhus. -
by students in costume. orrived |' thousand deal In b.*..f cud beef prodnctnlw : SHOP
\ to of suft'erlel'
the dinner hour and kidney I
during were ow u hold sad oll lauds for pantutt
Moated at a table to tbrninelven ,. land ."tll.1 ui UK'*'. to ow n. opt. rat '. ,
I KisKiiiunec testimony )proves their I* its.ti..., u. George and Mrs. Washington werechosen worth. Auk \c.Icwlurs) I prenm H. tanks andst"l'a Nothing Too Big
from the members of the your neighbor.i .. I
un iudlhh. >f \< tkind and toisl : BANDY
Senior clans and t'1If the other ) 1*. II. Parker coipenler, Ki !!*hmitnee n' ,rants and loll ""'r..II'oo ; tolii Nothing Too Small IC L

clasaea had two rrpreiwitatlres. in says: "Th, motion of the aw jtt II hundti. loi its ou'n .account :
.
| weakened my kidneys and caused or on coininlMxlon tnrpi. nt In**, rosin and ---
the cabinet This proved a delightful! lame ill kind of 11..1 Mtor. .H. tlinl .*r. and l laarirmliuml
hck.V11111
feature of the varied program. All I went to pick epa pinnlut'lH.; to .ruto Ktllln
op
AH Work GuaranteedTo
the young ladies of the tu'JentbcHycame timber I ''had awful pains ill th-: mud tnarliln>. for tin. nmiiiila'HIM ofnait3 : TAX COLLECTOR '

attired in colonial -costume as small of my 'back.. My kidneys! udl'" stores. jtrtxIuttH of curry doHrrlption. Be Satisfactory
tco the : ; 10 .r< tt Slid maintain tiink un.jw ,
did all the young men. Powdered frequently) and secret oas .at(-toon*...M for the utoi ..,,* i.f naval --.-
hair,rand other marks uf, colonial were scanty and burned in pnshinrr-. wctr4.and( <*,.ton and other .products j
times much In eviHeioee. ; I heard about Lean's Kidney Pills. and **. iMU4* wloraKo: or uait-houwc 10- 5 Broadway : Telephone 143,
were
and celplc ..".I..t. .aintt; to compound and
Another feature that added to'tho'' i 'one box' procured at- Roberson's rollnoln manufacture .. .. .. . . . _. . .
; to own, buy. - -- ---- -- - -- '-- -------
:
Drug Stole cured all the ;
enjoyment of the evening was the me of trotil well. alai deal In barrels heudli.RN' .;r : S
'
presentation stgdenta.under 'the I >lo.. ) \ .UM.<.... .lll) .. awj pllt'a and inittoilulM. of I .'
by Price f>0c: at all dealers.: Don't stroller 4ilnda4 4o huvt bell and deal In ,. 'u, .
direction-of Miss Caroline Droadwell, for kiilnev Kr.MMr>ca, . touched of expression 'of.-_ burlesque 1 simply ask remt'dYCl'tn"lm's' of morrliandUi; ""I...., buy: t' 'i ., I ..I. '. \ ,...
The Jolly Walters" In -which wait-"' Kidney Pilln-the .nnme thnt ....1.. I.*...*>, nra+taie. own. control hire '', '
1 Mr Parker had ''Fc,, t-rs of various nationalities were wen Mfrr. Buffalo N. YAt nlliwSts. ItrtdK. Iii"M* rv. .iiKln. Mirn .
'oOtumelIlJ | . BRUNSWICK:
attired in native ( pre- | . M, other i \.J"' < l Ira of nn a MM "if
'I - -- - -- --
ernlinq themselves as anxious Btidro a prize for the township' killing l II iiMHltortii i (lot., of the. 11,'<..III"I. <.r, "prop.i ii
in the The I i t\ 10..101. ""\\ IM d 1 < oniitt" )< d .r u tot, '
uly none pompunv I"\ the of .
largest number I.i"- ,
jropher.s i tin.lu..1 I 1.3 Hin'l' i *.IIII"I'I| \ i .01" Ipet t ti
ruing entertainment' closed with: the |I|I Hen Township won a pure-bred IIol i nooN ui i.ur pulIiiu in ..nti" i ion" PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS
"':tlnsf<: of patriotic airs by the stn.1 :!' nU'i/i bull bv Cavalier w""it h I Ihr 1 I'liKltMT-H ..f t'iv, ('on"11 ant (jut
given ,
| : e-i nt\
. nt An excellent wu '! Int In u,. still nt.... .Ills ..I, Inunt.rn. f'tlouI'
body. menu
iN. Iik. Its li>:2J: lion I..
I in gopher ramp '! /1. lli pal' IIUH ..r d"Intr t I. IHIMII,"' exT
'rranP6.l I bMrp.. R II AIJvi iiiiin, .. . 'Iri rt
,
nciordmsf to reports to the UnilidStates a rooueio t" 01 .1.i i 11* 15r'r' ii' ".1..ti.IM <
and tl'O doeorntlrn for tt>.lrs nrul din- of nfncullurp The h '. H*.II rt.'h.. "*.. nit -It-.il. in II-.I. 7 fie"
I ilftyartment --
ir-sr hall wore alan tnntefiilly HrmnRflbv l plduls>1 slit' ul>s r, 11'.tin and I :"'1) and l all "
gophersveri1 well cleaned saving .
white 'd up !: kinds| nf I gu-lullr prudurla| IM 1 iiii her the
nuptreRtlon, rl'd. ai '
the county 410,000 bushels of grn n ,11 utt H. f i nil U.a. hay nml I ui .i tn 111.1 l lto
Woo ro'or' scheme bfirsr attt'nct.'Dlv .811 a conservative: estimate. IInl i everyfarmer .10" utii,'i'ttl Iin"rrs bustH, .
.
pre lI cntod. The celebration was thor- Linden has the el/llI.tru'l.i o,, .1.1 ,./n i aft ::1111 I i,' 11''M 01,1
,,ouo-hlv enjoyed !by nil who attended in Township mint,,1 lug,, house i, puck." /hoys... an*,'
privilutro <>f breeding to the bull forK I. ..
: nnning I fin"torf r fruits" mont < and l I
A mire formal celebration of the I small fee charged to halo deft ay I Iv.'g.'ti.hl.s ...r.11- k111dstoi'. odtK.... tiu:
-cfa:: was that observed at the chap loxtrriups the expense of keeping him. The) I nlblru'Ivr n-rjtlll c and HI II tji ..It-,
I..r l
o in tho mominif. Peon W. I Is.( lIlHpOFi i Of 11)4 )pnulurls of "u.h
to be much benef
prize promises 'If -
delivered put K Iii" 01 t annul*, factor 01 fnrtor1 r
W Weber.? of the. college faculty to tlo dairy industry of the township.America's I .a, P"" itlllg 1 10."d, i tnk houn.M j I ;.1;
at that time a thoughtful end to II UI 11 Ml I'I Hit* ail, purrhnet.. I.Cf..*I1.1', invn I ; .'
interesting addrwts' "George Wash- hold fur lnat tnottt or tth.'1'\' .IM- sal.: -..'
Ingttfn and the Constitution." Professor 0 uiddlspoxlifluld. imke it.'l\ HIM'e111111tx ::1 1
upon\ Mot' '\KK. .h." 4M. Benda. arcnrlllc" i H i
Weber's discussion! wa* enj >.y6d -
,
,
01 .1,11"1.(ona ol such olbt rut'|putll-.
< and generally applauded. tlmm who lNeet er: win.i.<.trn, loi.al'1111.
..rh.Ir.'t..1 01 engaged *In or pui Nutim
WOMAN'S DAY AT CIIRISTIAN any om* 01 more kind of liilsllit'N'
puipnnoa or ohJertH Indicated 1..1" 01ownlim '.
CHURCH A LAS CI" liolsJIiiK RIM. properly' of any -. -
------ kind im'''iittom hi'roln or 'am ..01.,pot.atlon ..,. I
The Christian church nt Winter owning 01. horlln] : Htot, .kt 01 uh. 1, '
Haven nan kindly lOAned us their J a q mJ a4a a ; llg11llu11e. < : of any Such norpurulhal and' l"; I 1 ,,

pat:tl i l a l ,w lurks hil, .t the bends owners or otill 01
the uddrtsss in observance of "Wom-- I All the rights. po\\ tit* nn.I l pi'Itl I I. I
an's Day" for the Woman's M'xsion- .1.1 ,K*.H of nurnhlp 1 hoi.oof and lo ..\. J York
March. on Iwe nil and nny ollni. ; ptiw era I In.r.i..
ary Society on Sunday : ''uf. to .*..11. Mioi tK. .IK... ..u..I.. pit"t\m\ ...
This dRY should hnve been observedin hi"'o. Ii.a..". 4>r c on v*'>' tin* prop* i'ty otthlH .
December but was unavoid! ibly do- r <'or porn lion i.r nil putt .HUM.t.of at
In- will nod to l"v".1 (Ihr prn<.t-t.IM n' ,
: annual pleasure" and. In HU/ h niann i nn tint
Somo of our older residents w:11 rec. Ion dilirinlntd l hy th.. hIHWH. to ton. .
pleasantly remember Rev. NicoU. whoso ord of fire loss duct nay. ,purl of Its .Itiivi IIOFH mud l I I.i WHAT YOU HAVE WAITED FORLike
-snccesnfutly conducted a revival averages havo r.rilroj| nnd nut.IM.1.I ... at aild'Ii, .plat-1.sin
this Miit' nnd, othi Stnti tot _
churc'' m
Christian
mectine for the 104 IKH i't.tint i'ie, a 4 ma>' In "iiiinlnlLt' 01,
about "seventeen, years alto in the oU Hospitalstotally (I ueceenrI" for the *'a ri'ying' on of said\<\ scores of others you have probably been vraitlsj

opera hoti.... This rev1" '1 w" 1'- ,' oUMiiioHK. .. ol furtht.l IIIH th. <. ni...IM ofH and hoping-for a console type instrument, of unmistakable -

tended' with perhaps the greatest destroyed lettrnilnt ltd C "U poi. It In I loll tin, H dint.ltd. .i.*ucee5Nl13'.tton ami to Jiul-1 IM character yet occupying but little floor space. ; y

nnmttnr of nHdilions to the viimschurrhnji mont of 1 Ihr h..nr.1 of Iir'clors, .to il ". Such an Instrument is the new Brunswick "York" ilIus-" "
of' nny other ever hell 1 in Public interest demandsthat -l\f payment. for apittil "1.\\U Niil 10. tralicl" above. Splendidly proportioned beautifully/
.ur fair city. such valuable institutions 'erlbe.l l tor In moiio tn 'In pi'OM-, t\ ished it !lives to the traditions -
up set by other '
lahtii 01 ",'r\ lot' ut ,1111..111.. exquisite
should be insured r* a just
R NIcoU is forceful! end e oquent Brunswick
"v. n hen< fore tn t lu. ,1Iw"'II.. ..r .rj""LII\O"* consoles.
speaker and holds the attentionof against: loss by fire of t he hoiii, of hH hearers throughout his add'eis It Is also essential that Irons of nay k 1mtn W'"th""f'' i for the <|inppd Brunswick Ultona all-record repro- I
and only the best insurancesure -- tot t IM'IILIH'o of KM .purport H 01 ,,IJH..1.| durtr which tnahlts it to play! all makes of records;
his earnest
plpnsirc' personality -
by / .
nen. IIH lulling 'ritn new all' wood Oval Tone
aui t ( in* or t ont Amplifier; "natural-way" Tone
insurance should be .
.
forceful' eloquence.We rat IK lie two* n the sold 1 rnrpnrnllun' Modifier; automatically balanced lid and other
hiv purchased. Ask us abouta mid InII\'IoIIlIl'' other' ; exclusive
are Indeed fortunate to 01 cnrp'.tltlinNIn refinements./ It
thin with and Hartford Policy. any or Iho line H of huntncns. 01 th'Morporatlon measures in width only 35 inches I
talented man us a cpr-
<' ; to do anx ainl nil thliiRM height 33J4 inches depth 21v} inches. ,
dial Invitation is extended to the gen Insurance Facts-No. 1There that are 01 way bt ii-iHKUiy 01 propet.
eral public to come and epoy with us to he0..", fur the f ui th 'ran<'e of thtpurpoi.cn You arc especially invited to see the "York Also the
this splendid treat. lire MO efeTeilthe nt>oa< of this lorpoiatlun, or f' "-.urylnff '. many other itylcs of Brunawicks we now have onexhibition.
.......... of .t1 ""0 Into effort. tin powt H hoi In .
MRS. Jl. R. DALE
-
1.......... ..........: granted
Secretary C. W. B. M.MENTHOIATUM . ( ARTICM3 II I. The Brunswick Phonograph plays
l. _ .. The capital stock of the corporation
' Call aU make
7,; on this agency hall be one hundred thousand and of record.OM Brunswick
00.100 dollars, to be divided Into one Records play on any phonographWILDER'S
thousand shares of the par value of i iGa
one hundred dollars each which said
CARSOlTfARItR"The capital stock may be paid for in cash iR
or In property labor or services at a
lust valuation to be fixed by the directors "
of 4he company\at a meeting. call- ; STUDIO
ccl.for -that purpoaw uAHTICL.R .
Insurance Man"" I IV. .0.. Sto
r / The term for which thIs corporation ** raaamsR'l1aLAS a .- rwp.wlM."i/. / ball exist shall bstperpetnaO/, "'
.
... ttRtsVliRS1 -P."" .,.......luw.- -,....... --- 'j, AUTICLJ!: .V. b* 'J -et;,p. 'f., .!. ' '::::1" "le .., ,
-SH*>.n..rtray"lflserree;'YI, ... ;li1.Tlii'o! deen' of thl corporation"ihaAbe ..J O d ''' .J >
K Prealdent, one or more VJce-Pr* ,"..
'ldeatt A Secretary, fk Treasurer. an4 aI. "' ,- .: > .... .t
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.mB JISSDUlEB VALLEY GAZETTE; FRIDAY; ,AARCIi 2,! U2S


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R1SSIMHEE EDISON ENDORSES PROHIBIT1ON PERTAIH1NC TO CHURCHES'Prs '
VALLEY GAZETTE '
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six, Christian Science Monitor rtsriasi dwchR .t''
)
BUBU8HED BT ( 1. ' .
THE KX88IMMBB VALLEY GAZETTE! Of more than ordinary interest is it ''
- -. EVERY FRIDAY that Thomas A. Edison has put himself Y. W. H. Dresch D.D., Pastor THE SURPLUSAll > : : -

KISalMMBE.: FLORIDA.W on record al entirely favorable to 9:45 a. m.s'a: ,. schooL Prof. 'i
prohibition in the United States because D. j,
B. Shaver superintendent
v. HARRIS -.........Pr..ldent so strenuous are the efforts be- I
R. O. VANS AONICWSecretaryALLISON 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship.
T.. FKENCH-.......EdUo Ing made by those opposed thereto Sermon by the pastor. _
that they would have it appear if 6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor . .
.tJBScnr..ON.Year--------------$1.00 RATES possible that the )prominent citizensof meeting." TURKISH
On Copy, One
VOLliSSSSSS One Copy, Hz| Moetha.-------- 1.00 the country are lined up with them 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. Ser e BURLY .
< B iEditor One Copy, Three Month.---------- .1i0 against this reform. It is remarkable, mon by the pastor.

(Entered at the poitofflca at Klialmmeo however, that it should have remained Music by the orchestra. animal creation produce a surplus
Florida. ai ..cond-cl matter.) for the members of a foreign dele- 7:30: p. m.-Wednesday. Prayerand ,:

Assists All communication except from authorlied .. gation From the to famous obtain-inventor a signed,but statement, that he 7:30 Bible p. m.-Thur.day.study. Choir-. from the ant who l lays Asp: stores for the
correspondents must be signed prac
writer. was more than willing", to give one is,
THE Rejected matter by the will be returned I It after all, the main point at issue. Ills tlce.Visitors will find a cordial welcometo winter 'and,the squirrel who gathers nutS,.

The called (or. views words, were but those couched few were in but emphatic a few: a home-like church. to man who produces' the works of..civilization. .

publish THEAMERICAN Foreign ". PRCsaAJSOCIATION- "I believe (n prohibition. Sober First Baptist Omrtli ; Use this law. Save surplus..
your _
mee V America in the future will be a most ar .,

the ha FRIDAY MARCH 2, 1923 dangerous competitor in commerce of Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. 1 Start a Savings Account. .
cur at all nations. In the future it is either AntmCANT01A0cOto
had a sobriety or commercial'{ decadenceof 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Car- :

ago, b IF HE COULD BE INDUCED TO. other nations." son Farmer, superintendent. Classes
no wa; RUN Perhaps it is needless to add that for all ages. Join the pastor's class.

they vWe --- prohibitionists in America extend their 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the pas VACCINATION SHOWSWONDERFUL

(Miami Herald.) ,congratulations: to the members of tor. "The Pre-eminent Christ. RESULTS
in the the Baltic states' temperance delegation 6:30: p. m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional
was ni With Governor Hardee's term of who obtained from Mr. Edison meeting. "The Art of Meditation." "Vaccination is an outgrowth of

zette office half expired, and with the con this statement, and trust that they 7:80 p. m.-Sermon by the pastor. man's effort to protect himself from, '
Bank
high { stitutional provision that.'a succeed' governor himselfIn will find it of no little value in their "God's Last Word to The World." pestilence by using.nature's methodsof I Merchants Farmers .
cannot immediately 7:30
with tHigh office there comes the stirrings of European campaign. meeting.p. m. Wednesday. Prayer defense," says Dr. G. W. McCoy
--- -- --- -
r sac political activity looking: to the nam- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Free seats and a welcome to director of the hygienic laboratory of OF KISSIMMEE (
the United States health
time ing of Jn's successor, although the pri- HELPS COLORED PEOPLE strangers as well as those who belong ice. "Primitive man public noticed that l'rv-j
shJ. mary is yet a great way off. here.
we one at i Up to this time some five names Many colored people are taking advantage A church of the Bible and for the covery from a first attack by most i
have been mentioned as possible gub- of the opportunity which the people. diseases gave immunity against other

ernatorial candidates at the coming tate is offering through the general All who have joined the church and attacks; and some 2,000 years ago ho I

TH1amni state general election. In a few Instances extension division of the University have not had the Right .Hand of Fellowship began to inoculate his fellows with ,' :
of Florida for the small pox when conditions seemed I I e
more or less active campaigning by enrolling practical are requested to be at the
Highslooki ; has already begun, the correspondence study courses Sunday morning service. propitious instead of waiting for na- I j --------- - - =

avowed candidates being already bus which are given. turn to do it at some time when conditions it. Today smallpox is rare; many vaccinate. This stops the diteai -. 'I

echoo ily engaged in lining up their friends "No highbrow courses are offered," Methodist Church might be very unpropitioua. | physicians have never seen a case; after it has caused many deaths' and

thing ,, for the coming campaign. says B. C. Riley, director, "however, "Inoculations against small pjx j and, where vaccination is consistently has "branded" many survivors. Six-
the matter of there are practical courses that were made in India and in China as! I
which
All of brings many months
practiced no deaths from it occur. teen ago. in Kansas City, an
Rev.
temp the next governorship squarely before? can be taken by mail, which will help W. C. Norton, Pastor. early 8 s :300 B. C. .Later, when the Formerly smallpox was considered a epidemic of smallpox began, yielding
the people and calls for sober and the colored people to become better disease reached Europe, inoculationwent and
children's disease and it still is achild's 350 cases 12i: deaths; and a few
leticsus sport constructive thought on their part. farmers, mechanics, and all-around 7:00 a. m.-Unlon Sunrise Prayer with it, supplemented by a new disease--tthoro infantile and months later another started in Den-

no In great contrast to the adminis- citizens. The general school subjects Meeting in Bungalow. method called 'selling smallpox'-exposing school vaccination i ill neglected. Witness ver and yielded 950 cases and 288

lessestab tration made possible by the indefen- given include: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. L. a well person to contact with I the Philippines, where four or deaths. Such epidemics always end
sible action of the people Home six Spelling, arithmetic, letter writnig, Overstreet, superintendent. one ill with the disease so that if heI five after of neglectof the opposition to vaccination in the

to re years ago, the state has enjoyed, for penmanship, English1 geography of 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas survived he would be proof against it'j vaccination years ago, an epidemic years swept community-for a time.
tor.
the sound and conservative the United vii government, "Inoculation differs somewhat
I
two ,
is
years individual
standbig nearly 50,000 persons, a large percentage Smallpox an respon
6:30 m.-Senior League devo vaccination as devised by Jenner but
administration of Cary A. liar- history p.
of whom children Vaccination
under sibility. be secured!
the agricultural reading tional service. the principle is the same. Moreover, were may :
dee and there is no apprehensionthat Among
I at small
this ten of so an with such little
yearn age. expense -
of office courses 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by long before Jenner's day it was
he will not close his term are: 'I pastor. : trouble that there
in is
a with -the assurance of his own Elementary agriculture, soils, tillage 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. Mid-week known that an attack of cowpox gave In the United hates, well vaccinated 1 why should have no reason
learnmean of and prayer service. immunity from smallpox and communities show less smallpox anyone smallpox.
conscience and the commendation drainage irrigation manures ; records -
The
State Board of Health
the that he has governed and fertilizers, fertilizers and 3:30 and 7:30 p. m.-Frlday. Teacher show that men who had recovered rates-Maryland with one-tenth case> I supplies
people
Florida wisely and well. crop, field crops, types and breeds of trainer class. from cowpox had themselves inoculated per thousand population; Now York vaccine the state.free of charge to the doctorsof :

T Under his business-like administration livestock, feeds and feeding, dairy 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prac- with smallpox to make the with one-fortieth per thousand, and

to d the state has forgotten, largely, production! pork production, citrus tice. proof conclusive. Jenifer, however, the District of Columbia with 0.14 The Aftermath'
spiniWe its woes under a previous administration. fruits and citrus culture, and truck- 'as he himself says, 'placed vaccination per thousand. Poorly-vaccinated
The state has prospered, its Carutian Church on a rock' where he knew it states tell another story: Oregon "When 1 looked out of the window,

eoun affairs have been conducted as the ing.In addition are found: Commercial would be immovable. with 1.45; Washington with 1.72; and Johnny, I was glad to sea you playing

the wisest' and best of the state would' ourses, teacher's review courses, and 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. C. E. "Before the days of vaccination Kansas with 2.0 per thousand popula- marbles with Billy Simpson."

Bom I have them. other practical courses. For further Yowell, superintendent. conservative estimates show that one tion. 'We wuzzen't playing marbles, ma.
What Florida now needs U the assurance information, address the General Extension 11:00 a. m.-Sermon "She Hath third of all persons had smallpox and Some communities wait till an epidemic We had just had a fight and I was
spi.Z.. that similar policies will be Division, University of Flor- Done What She Could." Rev. RolandA. one-tenth of all deaths were duo to breaks out and then rush to helping him pick up his teeth."

continued; that under the hands of ida. Nichols, of Winter Haven. u__ __ _ _ ._ ___ _ '___ _ ..
efficient the state 6:30 Christian - - --
4 another governor p. m.- Endeavor. -
: will prosper and take its place among STATE UNIVERSITY SHOWS Subject: "The Refuge Psalm." Ps.

the other well-governed states of the<< I REMARKABLE GROWTHIN 91116. Leader: Lizzie Mae Math-
LAST TEN YEARS
fj erly.
country. I
If it were possible to enlist the' President A. A. Murphree of the 7:30: p. m.-Wednesday, Prayer

services of a man like Albert A. Mur- University' of Florida, has just l issued meeting. Interesting alnd inspira

phree, of Gainesville now presidentof this appeal to the men and womenof tional services.
the Florida State University, if I the state: Visitors cordially invited.ST. ANNOUNCEMENT
such a man could be induced to be- ,
in America in
No university an
JOHN'S EPISCOPAL
for the office FlorIda CHURCH
come a candidate equal period of time, has achievedmore
would be assured of another constructive remarkable than
administra development Rev. M. B. Ayres, Rector.
wise and' able the University of Florida. Within

tion.The Herald does not know that. I the last ten years the enrollment has 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School. iritis is to announce that I have purchased' from G. .. .. .
I I increased twelve fold, and is now 11:00 ,
President Murphree candidate.could It be does inducedto know 1252 representing: every Florida" sermon by a. the m.-rector.Morning Prayer, and W. Persons the stock and good will of the 5 and 10
become a
forf that were he to permit his name to eign county countries.The twenty. states and four for- sermon 7:30 p.by the m.-Evening rector. Prayer, and Cent Store, at No. 6 Broadway.It .
thousands of Florida citizens
used
be
,
Ten und would welcome the opportunity of I million state seventy-eight department is thousand carryingone Prayers 7:30 ,p.and m.-Address.Wednesday. Litany, is my intention to handle a full line of such goodsas
* i in the governor's, chair.
' placinghim
Sch \ of the affairsof dollars of insurance on the buildings are usually carried in stores of this (
administration character
win ti Kla tong and personal properties of the uni Chriif Church'Pentecostal :

t.h4l' university, of which he, has versity. This, necessarily Is less "" ;! ?!< and I will sell at the lowest 'J'"
ale keen president iince July 1; 1009,has) than the actual value of the buildingsand ( ) 'l possible prices. '. ;;.
marked him :s'a man of wonderful Corner Brack and Oak Streets \ I ., ''
tha It has brought him' equipment and" does not include }\ (You wlIf', find there are a great-many small articles
executive ability. '
'
;
the value of six hundred thirteen W. C. Howell. ,, .' "rtr r *
th In tough with many of the greatest acres of land in the university do on which we can save you money.
Sunday School ,
eiJu men of the country and he fully main. Superintendent Li '

measures up with hundreds them. of He the has been ,. Obviously, in the light of this mar- 10:00: a. m.-Sunday school. International The public is invited to call, look over the many bar-
in touch with young
the demand for more
velous growth, lesson. Classes for
Florida who have gained their all ages gains have to offer and
', men of academic buildings and dormitoriesand 11:00: a. m. Divine worship. we get acquainted.
education under him and who are ev- teachers have I
the need of more ,Preaching.
erywhere his enthusiastic friends. He become but I 7:00 I Yours to Please
coJe he the increased and urgent; : p. m.-Young People's meet- \ ,
is a deep thinker and possesses
the most crying: need now, and thereat ing.
vision. He is a Floridian of whom need of the past years, a need I 7:30 p. m.-Inspirationallong
in the state is
every man and woman that stands out above all the rest is I ice, praise, testimony, and
in fg proud. They will be more than A.proudto Mur- a religiou -8ocial building for religious I 2:30 p. m.-Tue day. 'serv-I
able that Albert
be to
say of stu ble class
instruction university ; Mrs. C. B. Higdon in
of Florida when MILAR
phree is- ,
governor
dents-a building dedicated to God' 7:30 p. m.-Thursdav. Praver. .
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the proper time comes. and to social welfare, a place where ice.
This would be glad to learn .
paper tho Holy Bible shall be a text and Communion services first Sunday I
of
what the sentiment of the people
eternal Truth inculcated, a place each month. Foreign Missionary offering I
would be the candidacyof
this state on
where social hours and taken
games recreation -I on second Suday each
President Murphree, supposing, always for young men may be enjoyed month.
that he be induced to
might under companionable supervision. "Come," "Pray" "Believe," and
the use of his name as a candidate
permit for the It Here, students pastors may come to "Worship the Lord in the Beauty of -- ----- --
governorship. ex- ,
-
Holiness." I
for them for
rooms provided personal -
pects a warm response to this sug
i work and conference with the men
gestion. of their respective faiths. This build- STATE-WIDE INTERESTIN

i THE 8UB-TROP1CAL FAIR ing must be upstanding: amongst all MOSQUITO CONTROL
the rest, for it will be devoted to that

(Eustis Lake Region) phase of character training that is !\ Never communities before in been history so actively.have Florida engaged --

fundamental and most important of I in planning and of FOR THE FARMER-FOR
initiating THE
Visitors to the Sub-Tropical Mid- all. (community mosquito control HOME .
pro-
Winter Fair at Orlando were surprised Since such a structure with such as since the
at the quality of live stock on exhibition functions cannot in the nature of therase grams anti-mosquito conference r
held the State
by Board
of
there. Doubtless the be obtained
surprise by state appropriation -
Health in
? of many people who have lived in the university and her twelve i I Daytona during last De-
i iF iH ir cember. Chief sanitary engineer, for SEED
Florida for 25 or 30 years wan asveat hundred boys must 'go to the peoplefor the
board
and
of
as that of those who were visiting funds with which to constructthis secretary the Florida Flower Seed Garden SeedFERTILIZER
anti-mosquito association
the state for the first time. house devoted to these noble create Field Seed ,
"Today there i is
Floridians seem to have only recentlycome ends. Surely every forward-looking being -
throughout Florida sensible
to a realization of the possibilities citizen of Florida will desire to havea a state-

of the live stock: industry in this part in this undertaking. munity wide consciousness action in this demanding line of endeavor.com- That Good Fish Guano Goat Manure
state. They are getting their eyes ---
H open and%none too soon. They have ALASKA FUR SHIPMENTS ,, From every direction requests for Hardwood Ashes Nitrate Soda
community programs are being received -
let the for
too long opportunity profit
REACH NEW HIGH RECORD the
daily at headquarters of
and knock unheeded. SPRAYS
Independence the State Board of Health.
Florida is the natural home of cattle That the land fur bearers of Alas-'.

and hogs, but the native breeds mutt ka remain one of the most important that Announcement the next meeting has just of the been Florida made Fenole Fenole Stock Dip Fly Spray

be gotten rid cf. The range stock natural resources of the territory anda Arsenate
of
association Lead
anti-mosquito would ba
may have been profitable years valuable asset to its citizens i is held in St. Fungi Bordeaux

if if't but they will never be so again. Purebreds thown by recent shipments of peltsof and 22. At this Petersburg meeting on a record March at-21 Pestory Pyrox Fishoil Soap
must take their places and land fur bearing animals. The Sulphur '
tendance of enthusiastic .
these most be fed and cared for as largest number of these pelts and the ardent mos- Lime Blue Stone Tobacco
I quito control workers is expected.The Dust
a valuable animal should. Stockmenare i most valuable ever shipped out of
becoming aware of this fact, andit Alaska in a similar period were ex- executive is committee of the association SPRAYERSLet
is thought the instrumentality of ported In the year ended November emphasizing the importance -

the fairs and stock shows that they 30, 1922. The total number of pelts President of this Porter particular meeting; as us Demonstrate the Best
states "This
have learned their lesson. A falr- ( was 395,247, and the value amountedto meet-

ing farmer will naturally become a $1800,000, according to figures ing 1923 will campaign be the and opening that gun communitynot in the Sprayer and Duster Made

progressive farmer. He .will unconsciously compiled by the bureau of biological ''
assimilate the ideas of the survey of the United States depart; launching constructive control ALSO
progressive stockman whether he ment of agriculture which has chargeof measures subsequent to the St. Petersburg .

wants to or not The old regime is the protection of land fur bearers unfortunate meeting will "indeed be an GARDEN TOOLS AND CULTIVATORSMAKINSON'S .

passing. Speed the time and wel- in the territory. More than half a community.
This meeting of the association I is .
come the day. million dollars' worth of beaver'and t
being .held in co-operation with th4
The states marten skins alone were exported and State Board of Health and this
in
leading potato org.S
nearly 1400,000
I worth of
muskrat :
production in 1922 are Minnesota, skins. Among other nitation expresses the hope that every BIG

i, Wisconsin, Michigan, New, York, shipped were. white valuable blue, and.pelts city town! civic and development ; HARDWARE '
1 Pennsylvania, and Maine, according foxes rained at Includ organization in Florida will attend. : ; i
$772,400.'
to the The is-"On.! "
United SUUs cry St. Petersburg.

'lri,a rrjLrnltur tae ranked*. Ie as;mi.fi follows: department Maine'New v six'.leading( of the ing blue Island !under Juri.frdm"bilof dl tUn.i) Pr1,of; --The"'world' JInot owe SUIT nan mliving NEAR THE DEPOT 'PRO }ii:, : lf"t.


:Y o..rc./: Mtnmgota..Michigan,, Pwuuryl-; 800'bul'ea..of and ..k....fisheries 0'. bda eltrpeary: mink; '223':. ;but it certainly'does owe him rte t + et scar.. ..Jaa''!!, . p", redr : '..
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ORB GOOD WORDS J.I'O&-' yUNIV3ITT 'I INs- Of PRKDATORr; : ,

LOCAL oy .FLORIDA v A .VENUE .
: WEATHER REPORT 41NIMAL8eTIELDJ. 'f ,

PE. .' Official Bulletin .of' Ernest Amos ; onrptroller' tin f TO.THKrlnr : .:..GoyERNME ) .. ... i
daily.ten. state of Florida;:has : r-"w YL kNc; rT't\ z Dt) eti
freratura b.Dd p d'pitatlona"tur. pledged his:loo* the 'bast yeaV an 'avence !
nished KJbsimmea Co- operaUoo to l heUniversituof? force of 266 hunters., trappers and '
of't
$1 at MCCAULEY'S S + SrmtlTUWither Bureau president Florida poisenelrs was mploylod unddjr the
$1.26 caps, Station fot' the week ending 'tn| th;. campaign to raise funds supervision 'of the Biological Survey

Sam L. Lupfer JT; made a bnsi- Friday, March 2: for. a.Y. M.C.-A. and students'acUvit' of'the United State.' department ,,of 500-DAY LABORERS-500'

'J\el8 trip to Mulberry Monday.See bulldbJC *t the UniTor8ly; of agriculture and many thousands of
\ t Date U- Wn.l'reI. O .Florida stockmen participated in the distribution .

Bennett's ,p cial ad on ,thlt Saturday, Feb 24_._67 43 .00 He writes Dr. Murphreei "1_ am of poisoned baits during the ,., -'" '

page. _. Sunday Feb 25.__,73 47 '.00.. thoroughly interested in the work organized drives aratnat ptrOdatory Monday, Feb 26____77 66 .M + you are doing at tha state university animals. Part of the men employed
Mrs. E. L. Livermore has purchased! *.Tuesday, Feb 27 ___82 65 .00 and I, am sending you my subscrip wars-paid by the federal governmentand set tomato plants and'pick beans and peas. i

s five-pasienger Wllya-Knijrht. sedan. Wednesday, Feb 2886 61 .30 .tlon.think that you will have no part by the states and other cooperating '
from JUnpfer Prather. '- Thursday Mar 1.84 60 .09 difficulty in raising the ''desired agencies, which contributed Wages\ $2.00 per day. Free house rent. i I

Friday Mar amount a*, it should appeal to every $1 8.405 to the work. Hunters are required .
a real Spanish omelet. at Du- 2':.___ 44 .00 ,'
Try citizen to In evidence the skins
turn as
Readings
made
are at 8:00 '
Pont Cate. ? m. fop the preceding.twenty-four a.:* "My observation" is that what we orvscalps of animals -killed when DON'T WRITE-BUT AT ONCE: 1 4

Mm. J. R. WaUra. of Miami, is In hours. heed Most\in .this,country U .to teach found Jn suitable,condition: .. Such .COME
visiting her brother and ALLISON T. FRENCH. 0 the doctrine, of' true Americanism positive evidence was obtained during
jClssimmee free and untainted from any other the; year. in the case c.t 80,986 predatory ,
laa. Mr. and Mr*. D. W. Al Co-operative Observer .
siater-In-
.
00404.004 creed! or Msnt, and I am ,sure you.will ,animals; ,'of 'which 687-;were large { "
derman. ______ . .0....... do your full share towards starting' pray wolves,' 27,185 coyotes,""'2,827 :

15c; haircut. 26c; children future citizens in the right path bobcats and Canada lynxes 173 moun- W. B. YOUNGMOORE J :
Me at Casino!; Barber Shop.' 18-tf! Have your Sunday dinner at DuPont's As William Jennings Bryan says: tain lions, and 114 bears. Bears are
; Cafe" "In the Heart of Kis- "Your' boy will be safe with Dr. Mur- generally' regarded as game animals ,

More rumors are heard about the simmee. phree at the University Florida" and are protected by some state laws.

Ghosts of Ifllo which are expected toe Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Eccleston of One of the campaign: men, working' Ne effort is made to take any except HAVEN FLORIDA *
.
) visible in Ktsslmmee some time in Huntsville Canada to raise funds for a student activities individuals known to be destructive
the future. Ontario were in building/ at the University of Florida, to stock. In addition to the dead -d
_____ Kissimmee this week at the Newby had an embarrassing experience -last animals secured it is estimated that "

_ Extra values in silk hOMo 75c to $3. Inn. They were very much pleased week at the time William Jennings not leas than 50,000 coyotes were .
with Kissimmee and natural
McCAULETS.: its beauty in the in with extended '
at l Bryan spoke interest of the killed connection '
being/ especially interested in its -
campaign before a wealthy audienceat poisoning/ operations, but their car- ,
10M' C. W. Birley of Cheltenaih central location as appealing/ to tour the Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach. Cannes were not found. ,{

England a cousin of Mrs. I?. M. ists. Mr. Bryan in his plea for support The killing/ of about 80,000 predatory

Meiklojon. is visiting the Meiklejon tax books will close said; "I am not going to embarrassany animals represents a saving of ";
Saturday
City ,
on tho island. ,_ March 31 A penalty of five per cent man or woman in this audienceby live stock and game for the year NOTICE--THE IDEAL GROCERY..
asking them to subscribe now for amounting to over $4,000,000 .Skins .
/
k6dak' at Minick's will be added if not paid by that date;'
.- Expert finishing. J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector funds, but if any are interested, there sold during this period yielded $34-' ;;
Rexall DrugStore. 50 tf
-
JO-tf will bo a man with nome subscriptioncards 202.75, of which $22,875 was derived. CIS
NOW OWNED BY R. B. BOIIANNOX A GROCERYMAN OF
, at the door. If you want to from skins taken during the same
E. who
Mrs. F. Woodward
recently \'
20 'YEARS EXPERIENCE. THE SAME UNEXCELLED SERVICE
underwent an operation at the Orlando William S. Jordan, of Washington help Just call on him for a sU 'KTip- year. ,
General Hospital it expected. D. C., formerly of Florida, has been tion card." "* WILL BE CONTINUED AS BY THE FORMER MANAGEMENTAT J
home tomorrow. spending ten days in Kissimmee at When the address, was concludedand RELATION OF LOW DEATH RATE ALL TIMES f.

the Newby Inn. Mr. Jordan was the people had started to leavethe TO Goon WEATHER CONDITIONSThe ?.

Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. mayor of Jacksonville four years before room a crowd began to form l low death rate in the United DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT .f .

Harris. Gazette office. 14-tf he removed to Washington. D. around the campaign worker. Some States in 1921 was not only due to ; '
K. Brenizer, of Green Cove Springs, people began to slip $20 and $50 bills widespread health propaganda and THIS DF.PARTMENT WILL BE IN CHARGE OF MRS. W. If.

J. McPhatter has just finished and C. F. Carter, of Lakeland were into his, pocket; while others beganto improvement in the food situation FARMER. WHAT MORE COULD BE SAID OF THE DAINTY .; .

painting his house and making other with him on a business trip. call for subscription cards, HO Mat but also to several other factors including AND TASTY PRODUCTS.THAT WILL BE TURNED OUT?
improvements which beautify his they might pledge their contribution.As weather conditions l
unusual -
home. City tux books will close Saturday, the seconds very "
Bmrnett street passed more people
the weather bureau Unit- TO OUR RURAL DISTRICT PATRONS !
,
March 31. A penalty of five per cent began to ask for subscription cards says of .. ,
St.utes agricqlture
ed
IVppcrell sheets, $1.50; gauze marvel will be added if not paid by that date.J. until the supply of 160 which the i department OF !
Further evidence of the weather factor A COMPLETE LINE SMOKED MEATS. AND BULK GOODS.
*
tissue, 80c. McCAULEY'S. R. Gilbert city clerk and collector. worker thought to be sufficient had
i
10tfI. born completely exhausted, and about I I Is presented in figures just released TOBACCOS AND SNUFF WILL BE CARRIED AT ALL TIMES I ,
by the bureau of census, which
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert left him wpn 100 people who wanted to .
Monday for Jacksonville where they I. P. Timmons, formerly of the Os- sulmcrihe. I I chows an increase in the death rate

were called by the illness of their ceola Motor Company, hoe gone:' to It it nifty to Imagine the feelings for the first quarter of 1922 from EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR t

daughter Mrs. Edwin Pound.It Gainesville, where he and Dr. J. H. of the campaign worker an, he looked 12.6 to 13.7 per thousand. The LOOK '

Alderman, of that city, have opened over the 100 prospects he could not weather during the first three rnontns Full of Pep Feeds-All GradesLOOK
will pay you to get our prices on offices as state distributors of the ,sign up at that moment. All he couldsny of the year wan abnormally cold in ,
"luw>ts and sheeting. Lowest prices of the country.
parts .
Motor. The ninny '
Gray cars. contract was "Call at office tomorrow
!! \\all. me
up my
I
at McCAULEY'H.C. The death rate for 1921 was not
signed at Miami recently with Vice- and I will subscription
send
you a -
OF OUR PRICES
SOME
President' the only the lowest on record In the Unit-
Mulford of Gray Motor
card that also
C. Rommell of Okcechobee recently so you may in ,
ed States, but was also the same
spent a few days in Kissim- who Company was of associated Detroit. with J. E.Mr.Gilbert Tim-, have nn opportunity" to j join this worthy value for countries and cities ,,'idelysepantl."d. Water .Ground Meal, per Pound . . . . . . 3c :
movement.
mee, visiting old friends. He stop- It would bo interesting
pod at the Newby Inn. monK in the Ford agency at 'Kifwim- This experience) in somewhat similar and valuablo to be able to trace out Hudnuts Grits, per Pound . . . . . . . 3c ( ;i
mee before its purchase by M. C. other in other
to hflppeningH
A new and beautiful line of neckwear Autrey, is now the Ruggles Track parts of the otatc. Pcopkare eagerto I the definite diseases connection and the! weather.between Thus specific -, Fancy Rice, 3 Pounds for . . . . . . . . 25c ,

at The Hat Shop Mrs J. D. dealer at Orlando. give to this cause, because it ''in England in 1921 when dry weather Lima Beans per Pound . . . . . . . . ..15c
much to the of Flor-
Woodbeek. means *<> state
City tax books will clone! :.Saturday. dia. was persistent, there wore severe White Bacon, best grade, per Pound..1Se :
Mrs. ;J. Winters left March :31. A penalty of five per cent epidemics of scarlet fever, and med.
W. Tuesday --- ---- -- I
afternoon for her home in AIlensvillt will be added if not paid by that date.; UVK-STOCK ORGANIZATIONSETS ical authorities had previously noted Smoked Bacon, Sugar Cured, per Pound. . , .25c,

Hliaois. after attending the funeral J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. a connection between scarlet fever .
RKCOKD FOR YARD PRICKS correlation studyof
10-tf and dry year A
and burial of her father Willis Bartlett. -
--
I the Binghamton, N. Y., records .
Wanted Information concerning/ A net return of 96 percent of stockyard and those for Pennsylvania leads to

Complete line of pattern and tailored the whereabouts, of Mrs. A. R. Kins- plies for a five-year period? is the belief that it is low relativity FOR tlreblg SALK discount.-New S3 Phone*4% tZ F"lak.. 11-tfo cord Bandies of old paperare for .*! ..

hats now on display at Mrs. J. D. man, nee Mollie (Mary E.) Hill. Mr. the! record net by a LitchfielMinn., humidity that is the important factor. ; at the office of The -<3axeHe; lOc.: '

Woodbeck' Hat Shop. and Mrs. Kinsman were married Feb. live-stock shipping association, according coupled l, of course, wit.h. suitable FOR BAI-K-Hurt Orpla ribbon RRa for. Better ge\ them .while;there U a atock. .
11, 1890 b, Judge Howell. in Kisalrn- /: to the United States department fic likfor; endemic prevalence of the hatehlnE.) from bluq winnersat \
the tale. Price. to home peopta.fl.OO Call at be
once they'll
L. OK.. Smith deputy colUotoeurf- mee asnt lived on the Kinsman property -" of agriculture. During: the po- bacterium. per setting of 16. Mr. J. N. ; never' cheaper. r
internal ..revenue spent Monday.. Tues. at Southport. Anyone riod covered, 995 cars containing 47- Parker Phone Iff. 7-tfe : 1
tey, and Wlednesday! at the Dayaon knowing where ahe lived prior to her SH!> hogs 12,011 calves 9,852 cattle, FILMS EXPLAIN TICK ERADICATION -

hotel helping folks lucky enough to'' marriage-or later leaving Southport and 3,113 sheep were Marketed at a FOR 8AX.H.and No For Trespass Kent. ?Card.urnt.bedRooms le

have to make an income tax return. or where she is at present is requested gross price of $2,277,667.12. Expenses Cents .each at The Uaaetta ofaca.
to communicate with the an- of marketing/ were approximately From 1,500 to 2,000 persons livingin 4I-tI WANTEDLIVE ;

Star Brand Shoes are guaranteed.Solid dersigned. If ahe is dead Information $88,000( thus permitting a net returnto rural districts, often remote from IIALF-Flne residence .
leather New styles for ladies' as to the place and date of her the farmer of 218951225. railroads and cities are each week FOR at the offlce oC The property.Apply Valleyaaxette

and men for work and dress. Call at., death will be a'ip' reciated. Armstrong Freight charges constituted the seeing/ government motion pictures Klsslmmee B-tf I SNAKES-Any J ,

MoCAULEVS. Perry .121. Mabbctt street, KJasim- largest : .. torn of marketing cost dealing/ with the eradication of cattle kind' except rattler -
Florida. 12-)tx being 38.2 percent of the total, but as ticks'. andrclated subjects. The bureau FOR RENT I
Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Car on\ of Reynolds meet --- the shipping point is only 80 miles of animal industry, United and moccasin .Will'SOe .

Georgia have been house Go to Kiflftlmmeo Business College from the South Saint Paul stockyards States department of agriculture hasa FOR TIKNT-Two furnished tt< New room York for each. ,' 4 4Vi

guoets of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anitas, for thorough preparation in high the freight charges .are considerably portable motion-picture outfit whichIs avenuo.light houeekeeplnff.> ., iY-tf : .
at their,home at Cape Breeze. Mrs. grade stenographic work, touch typewriting smaller than for an organization ata constantly circuit in parts of the .
Angas accompanied them to Miamione spelling, filing', business letter more distant point. The manager's .where preliminary tick eradica HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms, hath
tion-i ,
electric Iiirhta.. water, screened pON'It.op.n J. M. WUlson
{ conducted.
last week. being Preliminary;
day writing', etc. x commission and expenses, yard expenses / fireplace and garage; unfurnished -
.and sinking fund totaled $18- work consists in the explanation or $25 per month; partly furnished .
City tax books will close Saturday, WOODY AIm MOVEDI 170. Total market expenses, including the purpose and benefits of eradicat- "0. Will lease to good ten- .
Mar81. A penalty of five per cent freight, switching and war tax selling Ing cattle-fever ticks which in the ant. Adult. prefered. M. Matthew. . >
win! be added if not paid by that date.J. have moved my woodyard from commission, feed, weighing inspection past have taken an enormous toll 21 street.Drury avenue, corner Church IZ-ltx -

R. Gilbert city clerk and collector. 516 Brack street, to 121 Main street, insurance, and yardage, were! from the live stock industry. DependIng -
10-tf where I am still prepared to furnishmy $69.B70.19. / weather' conditions and density volt TtlCITT-Ono Loll of the Golf. Clubhouse GET RID), OF THAT
which hail recently been renalrrd. -
- customers! with 120 veneer blocks of population attendance from
ranges
nearness" to market is an important
Partly furnished. $85
The curb market continues to flour permonth.
15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch fuctor making: : possible the. return of 7f to 850. Showings are mad during Including frarase. Address:
ish during its second week. Moro of block., $2.95. Split for stove-wood, 96.12 percent of gross receipts. AH !: the day nnd in the evening. To ( nit I Club Klssimmee; 6-tf TIRED FEELING \
the housewives of the city are learning -
guaranteed full strand 15-inch for the motion
; the distance of associations from mar many persons government
that find the fresh market is an excellentplace of all $3.. 5; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your ket increase! and freight charges increAse pictures are the first ones they have LOST you feel run down and half ,
vegetables
to winter's supply now. All delivered. the central market seen. DO : all the time Are th
kind It operates on every Tuesday, Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12-tf expenses _. ....rte .- LOST-From stock pens at Klnsimniee you I. 1 I
Thanraday, and Saturday morning.Are form a larger percentage of the total KrMny. February 23(1, thren. large pale, easily tired-oo energy, no ;
of of mules branded left jaw with ambitijc.no"pep"lNoW
Import.inn . cost : marketing'tlie department on y
Advertising is of no more ...
cross cut In hair. Liberal reward for
you a K. merchant than gasoline is agriculture says. is the time to take Cude*
getPon.lfofothose to a Information that will enable ua to find
nhotiM see (and to an automobile. ** ----y-- them. Lnke Wales Naval Stores; Co., Ptpto-Mangan. It will brace you UP. ,
beautiful K. of P. Emblems on display According to the forest!! service of 1 .l Orlando. Fin. Phone No. 411. give you a delightful feeling of vigor

at Wenner-Sawyer'book store. In Gyellte.nth Judicial Oil-cult of the United States {Ittlpartment of ag 12-tlc and ambition. enrich your blood,build

12-ltx Florida. Circuit Court of u.o..ola Coun riculture there has. Aen a marked and LO'IT-About!' SV miles south of Orlando firm solid flesh and bring the healthy
ty. In Chancery mil to Quiet Tltl fairly steady decline in our national n black traveling bag. Lady color back to your akin.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Davis and Mr. ; J. D. Chunn, Complainant, vs. W. O. lumber from dVct I
WIck. and Myrtle 8. Wlcka, I> and Mrs. S. Thomas of Lake Odessa, ante. Order of Publication. It np- 000,000 board feet in 1906 to less than rnrrlod south. traveling In a new )youprefet
Michigan, winter visitors In Tavares peering by worn Bill of Complaintthat 84,000,000,000 board feet in 1920. The Ford please ear with leave time at Gazette limit tag 0111.Finder ....
motored to Kissimmee Tuesday to the defendant. W. d. Wick nhd decline in the production of lumber 11-2tx
Myrtle R.Vlek.* are rltlten of a.mate Gude.speptoMangan
viflH Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fuller at other than the Stele of Florldn. to- and the increase in population have
their apartment at the J. II. Gardener wlt the State of New .rk.t:: thattheir resulted in a striking/ dron in the per FOR SALE WANTED.
home address is I unknown that capita consumption of lumber-from _. --
they are over the Rare of twenty-one. FOR SALE:-Tomato plants See t
ji>ar.. These are therefore. to command over 500 board feet per person in O'>>"noon or Betts, at office of Oaccola WANTED position by a young girl
Qtty tax books will close Saturday, you. the said W. O. Wlck, and 1906 to about 350 board feet in 1920. Growers. x will care for elderly couple or children Tonif and Blood Enricheri
March 81. A penalty of five per cent tlfyrtJ.Vlck.. *, to be and appear to -- --- ; can give references. Address:
will be added if not paid by that date.J. the said Hill of Complaint on Mondaythe FOR BALE:-Six-room hou..., plastered "11. a. M:," Route 2, Box 12A. Kis
R. Gilbert city clerk and collector. 30th day of April A. D. 1923. or all modern conveniences. On simmee, Florida. 12-ltx
l'ro-Confe. will be entered
Decree brink street Will Hell nt n bar-
10-tf ag-alnnt you by default. Don and ordered I "'BRln with easy payments V. II. WANTED-More people to give their
__ this the ht day of March, A. IX BENNETT'SSPECIALS: Dow, 7 Vine. Street 12-ltx children money to buy "l urlty Maid'
Skipper RiChard of the good shin"Pttnrplnwell 1121. J. I. OVKRHTRFJKT.IMedirer leu cream not only because. th..yIlk"
," has recently received .A Davis. Cl.rk Circuit Court FOR 8AUK-Ooo<) farm horse about It, but because It Is rood for
Bolldtom fur J2-Rt . J. I>. them. t-4tc
Complainant. fvh iut nine years old. Address:
his civil service rating on his examinations (Copy of Official Heal). YatPH. tt Dllllnshain Hvenue IS-Stn '- 1
along dredging lines. Uncle MISCELLANEOUS After
Ham rave him a rating of 83 percent In the County JudKe'n Court. Onrcolj FOR S.\I.J,nurrod." Hock... isy-old
and told him he could now operateany County. Florida. In Prnbato In th<> ..hh.k.. 10! rents. each <'1'.I' 50 per IF TOU do any kind of farming In
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of W. Torideceased HRtllnif (Sod I ln lne strulnH. Mr.
matter of the estate Henry ) Florida you should read The Farmer
kind of a dredge! anywhere. Citation. THR KTATK OF A. H. Starr. Patrick street. I mllo and ytockman which. deals with. citrus Every
KlxmiUA TO: Nellie O. Corl; -hnrle SATURDAY from city limits. 12-ltx arid truck mrmlnit. live stock,
City tax books will close Saturday 11. Corl.; Kdward Hoebold. ; Nor M. S..o-. poultry,,and dairying. Send for fres
March 81. A penalty of five per cent bold; Calhoon Beebold; Catherine ......- FOR QUICK 8AI..K-Fi r one week" only sample' copy or 25 cents for three MealWRIGLEYS
bold (Bentley) ; Cordelia. 8eebol l.: Annie I 2 20c OotUas Stuffed Olives 23e : I offer the housu and lot on Mnl>- months. Yearly subscription. 1.00:
date.J
will be added if not paid by that C. Johnson; Frank Corl; O. M. MeCauleyi I 2 Large Bottles Rosebud bettu street known. as the KatherlmOreene three t'ubll.hed'twice
R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. Frank McCaulfyi, Ann Mo. tUierries .39e property for (2000.OO. l.nrif". a nrh."r.I, 2;. The farmer. and
10-tf Cauley ((011'.11). ; Charle F. Scarbougrhjiura : nlco let; six room house; barn; bear- Htockman. No. 10 Ncwnan Street
[ BhlMler; Belle auaaford.; Yards 24 Iba Pillsbury Flour____$1.25 lair ornnne grapefruit It'uavlorcb- Jacksonville, Florida. li-tfc
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Chsrl.worthIda Oeaford; den Scar- 6 pounds Sugar: 55c and and chicken runs. The best buy -
demonstration
1IIIIItI Albina home -
Smith
bough; Helen. Bcarbounh; Alice We.t- 1 Can No. 2 English-PeaslOc In Kissimmee. Pee J. M. Duncan. TELEGRAPHY-Roth Railway and
agent for Osceola coun'y, Interested, 12-ltx
other
lAU; and all persona Commercial.) Touch Typewriting
wens visiting in Palatka. Friday. With YOU ARE' HKRHHT' cited and admon- 1 Glass Jelly .lOc Uuslneas-Pensmanshlp, RaJlwar-Bta-
Mlna Slpprell local home demonstration shed that Albert Dlefendorf. ... executor 2 No. 2 Tomatoes-25 e FOR HALE-ARMY BUOKS: -We have tion-Aiiency. Quickly mastered under -
of the above eatate, h.. Died a 15 pounds Irish Potatoes_..45c just bought a tremendous stock 01 our modern methods for special
agent she made a business trip petition to take charge or iota It and Good Rice Army MUIISOII last thoes to be sold rates to new students, call or
tit Che afternoon 'to Interlachen. .themspent t and the North half of Lot 10 of 10 pounds -,59e to the public direct. Price $2.TtThose write: THR TAMPA BU8INK8S COU-
the evening with friends in this Block K of the Town Of St. Cloud. 0. A l lot of National Crackers, at, shoes are 105% solid leather LEGS Telegraph D pt.. Tampa Fla. and give
eeola County, Florida according to the per package -5c with heavy double solos) sewed and U. M. Hatton. President. ,-.t.. your
city, leaving on the midnight train recorded plat thereof, and In _ld petition nailed. The upper. are of heavy tan '- stomach a lilt
for her horn in KlaelmmN.-Palatka alao ..k. for authority to sell. We are closing) out a lot of chrome leather with bellows tonsue ADAPTED BUNCH GRAPES brine
Da',, NtjwwMrs. and dlpo. of same In order to carry Overall, Pants Hosiery, and thereby making them waterproof paying returns eighteen months after rrevtd. 1
These shoes sslllns fast eet1N see of
out the term. of the Will and effect are very planting Plant an acreage and /:11
) ;L.'Johnson: of .Sannll.L. a distribution at' the .**...t. of said a.tat. .- Notions at actual: cost Come 'and we advise you to order at ones be Independent. Best oomnjerclalfmlt 7 ....r.- ga ....".,.. ,
*.- YOU ARB COMX ANDBD to appear to see .... ,to Insure your order being fllled. The Jnicestment la sooth trait I tI I
Georgiareturned; 'horn* .yesterday In the above court on the llth ,y. .1.... are< to 11, all widths. Pay brings hlsThest prlee. W. Introdvod '--.
aMmp two...treaktrisit.: .'la, KisMfn,,*, day of, AprIl. A. D. i 1$13-and, show .,. .Postman on reaelpt of goods or send ,three crape boo) Florid and .r
K. vkrs.''''J.'' R..1Jbw.rIM.. oaua If any yon have, why said pe\J- WB APPRECIATE YOUR ..money. order. Money refunded If they have ba-doinw U t.ej s a- 1, ai1i. .. .......
field 1t .h aid not be mated.WITMKM ho s are set satlsfaetorr. THHJ U. seaL Other ado1t.d traits also! tree'
at Main street,." Mr*. ';Johne Jon. mr name-asCouiitr J dr. >Ii STORKS CO4 1/41 .BroMwayiHewly bluebeel/w. k>...It...rrie.. Oca. aeash.ee -. .\........W Iley,.
. B_d;Mm,ttaquefieMsVtiUd'tba ana the peal of the above court on. this .TBADB- i _TW '. '- \,.slatFall |nforsaatleoI. rre .atat .... "111_ ., ii"

; east coast- ,,rooter! as far south;se the Real[ tot ef sar r..ntF1'.f aaareh A.U;D.OOkfElR.mi. ., ,1. y--FOR"e. Btl.B- -" 4eo''acres' g..d vitalsd ;_ .* avyA'- <. *apt-. *4>;Nnrtt.H.s_ $. :-"ira'S1 *r3SAHW ,. 'If. .,. ..'J.,,,"....," '. .... .::" .

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4OLIJIdE 1. KI5SIMMEE, FLORIDA, MABCII t, 1 2J NUMBER 7 .
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t Editor., ...,_._.........jPred" iLnpfer. HISTORY OF THE JUNIOR CLASS RECITAL! Fire Remote -
Editor...-Alberta .Bronson is I \.t.
VOLW Assistant The present Junior class made its O. the sight of February 26, the ;:-

Reporters first appearance on the stage of High Music and Expression departments o . .

Twelfth Grade ......Arthur Simpson> School life in September, 1920",with presented the following program: certain, ,
Editor IfitchcockTenth an enrollment of forty. Their first' Piano quartet.
Eleventh Grade....JTpanna : : .Decay -- "
Assts -Gr de__" __,-Eleanor RsenNinth important step was the organisationof "Love by Moonlight---------Durand .. :
Grade:.._.... .Vivian Flevd i the class Virginia Lesley was Misses. Rivera, Floyd, Owen, and
Music .Ettamay Sahl elected president, Mary Sanderson, Herzberg. tW4'
Department
THE secretary, and Elizabeth Wring Piano solo ,

treasurer. Of course being* Fresh- 'Twinkling Stars" ,__Krogman
What kind of education doyo.
an men, they were at first somewhat "MusicalClock" .SpaWwine ; }
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The intend to have?.. Ten years ago if a timid and feared the
higher grades. Dick Woodwarcf :
publish school education
V person had a grammar But in a short time this timidity and Playette. INSUREvdth&lee
wee hard for him-to a -
it not get
the ha! was But times have .changed, fear left and they!' began to, feel more "The Lesson" ______ .Mary Atkinson

cur at position.ad new many firm require a college at home, more able Freemen down to Teacher__________ Magaret Peterson
had real work. These made Pupils-Floanna Burrows, Jack Ty-
a education. Every boy and girl of today
ago, b should make the most of the opportunities their!' debut in society when they entertained ree, Elizabeth Cotterman, Evelyn
no wa and advantages given !' their sister class, the Jun I Piano.
iors. From then on the Freshmen Piano solo.Cinderella .
they
vi them "The only assurance that we
Wein are not missing the one opportunity took a leading part in social activitiesof I ___________-D. Slater

weanBette the< port lies unity.in making" After the most graduating of every from op Next the high came School.the Semester Exams. Reading. Emma' Quirk. vdth&lee Utee Mastic P alnL.

the eighth grade every student should Everything was studr-etudy-study. Mammy's Pickanny._..Vivian Floyd .
The motto of
high i keep on and graduate from High Piano. --
with ti School, and then, if possible, attend ed to be, "He that studieth shall a-Dolly's Asleep_.R. E. De Reef }
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High| some college. Without at least a pass. Most of the class"did so, with b-Dolly's Dream.George Sparling

timeqwe n sn High 'School! education it is hard to brilliant In athletics mark.the Freshmen took a Piano'Duo.Carolyn Griffin. Decay is constantly at work. It begins with '
make. in the world. What
shf ever profession your way or work you wish to leading part, sending out some of the Serenade _______.--_ M. Moszkowski little specks of rust-a rotted spot-perhaps a crack

one o follow, learn that work sd well that best players on both the boys' andgirls' Piano I_____ __________Eunice Rivers that exposes the wood to the'elements-but decay once .

teams.In Piano II_____ ______ _
you will be among the!' best in your the ___Ethel Owen started spreads rapidly. ..
time. - Sophomore year, did this Reading.

TH1The glorious !class come up lacking Well Lochinvar___ _______Sir Wtalter Scott There
should is only one way to prevent this destructionthe -
THE SCHOOL ROOM SCRAP we say not! By now there Irene Spence
Hlsrh were thirty-five in the class twenty- .Piano. timely use of Paint and Varnish

look! Chalk, angry on a wintry day, seven of which were ,the pupils that a-in' Happy Youth______E. Rhode
schoo Did try to make eraser pay, had started the year \before in the b-Soldier's March______ Shuman Pee Gee Paint Products have "Saved the Surface" for

thing! The damage which to the chalk he'd i'th grade. The* class was so large Mary Frances Smith over fifty-five yoars. They will prove to you the best
done that it had to be divided in two Piano.

temp] As over the blackboard he hud l run. groups. In fact this was the largest Valse Polnaise__ ______ Lion Ringuet and cheapest insurance against wear and weather.For .
class that has ever entered the Sophomore Eleanor
leticsus sports! Chalk's argument was 'moot as fair year in Osceola High School.- Reading Rotten. house exteriors Pee Gee Mastic will give longest

no' As was t'ra8er'whot a pair! Once more they won honors in basket "nepentance"hnnRosalt'e Hilton service at lowest cost. It is an absolutely pure, double pigment paint

leesettab The two did fuss and fume about ball. Another thing which the So- Piano. containing a high percentage of ZINC ground in genuine linseed oil.

Until eraser began to pout. phomore class was proud of was the The. Whip o'Will'H Call..Paul Lawson and therefore has greatest covering capacity and durability. It addsto
| fact that that year one of its girls I Geneva Roberson. the look aDd life of your property and is tbe most economical
stand Algebra class came in to write I won the general excellence medal. paint for you to use.
g t, Just in time to nee the fight And 1 now we are Juniors. Yes, Junior I SENIOR NYfES

this Between the eraser and the chalk I with the biggest "J" that can The class of '23 is the largest Sen- For every surface that needs protection, whether wood stucco,brick .

in a Who squeaked, and jumped, and puff i lie found. We are small in number ior class since the record class of '19. cement or metal, specify

Iearnmean< ed, and balked. |'Ibut there are still twenty-eight of us, This year, if all goes well, seventeen
and twenty-three of these started Seniors will receive diplomas. The

Now chalk was winning, no it sec-mod. ; High School together in 1920. On this honored ones will be: Johnnie Bron- ..h
"Eraser's winning!" someone screamed year's wonderful high I school football son, Margaret Brunson, Winifred ,
To<| team, just think, every boy in the Denning, Lizzie, Mae Matherly, Katherine sn' n 'r
to d But when the chalk made one long Junior class played on the team. We McKay, Lauretta Snodgralls.I ,
spirtWe ] ,
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leap, sent out just as many good playersin Ettamay SuM, Katherine Tiller, Leah
Eraser:; took it with a sweep. basketbal'too. The captain of the I Wilcox, Louise Barber, Gordon Bul- I Iaf

the eoun girls': team is a Junior and some of I lock, Lewis Campbell, Uly Chapman tfttel
S
Som And now the dust alone remains, the bent player on the boy's team I Leonard .Hcrrick, Lewis O'Bryan, F.
Of little chalk who had no brains, arc also Juniors. Next year we shallbe /S.' Ledbetter and Arthur Simpson.
I
portl But if they only had behaved Seniors but we do not believe that : Varn/// ?,*-Stafrw-Enamel*
2*. The chalk's short life might have the glory of even that coveted honor I'I/ Algebra Problems"If '
o been saved. A. G. will o\.r-shadow tho pride which we an alligator with four wooden
feel in l"Ming Junior, legs can swim a gastank in three Ask for this beautifully

II Father-"What does this 60 oil I I seconds how long will it take Lake illustrated paintbook, or
I your report mean?" Student-"Miss Wyckoff, may Ispeak
; Tohopekaliga I to flow through a bean write to OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANYPeasleeGaulbert
S"Miss _
Student-"Why, I-I-O, that's thc .i blower?" I
temperature of the room" W'i-kotf-"You may come to I

{ mo lifter school for speaking) without A reading from 'a ninth ({redo English Co. Kissimmee, Florida
Mr. Cason-"What !is the flywheel / WOOIWOKATCOAtlanta
permlmlon.1 [, paper: "And while he was reading -I
of an automobile for?" I I Student-"Why, I wasn't speakinganybody. a newspaper he was shot throughhis LOUISVILLE DJlM
I Fay-"Its for the dies to sit ." ,
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J.I W. C. T. U. NOTES 'f ditional 2: That!school one building grade school be built 1 I .9 e moans foofaction! ..

PULPIT SUGGESTIONS '
) on the north side of the city, and one I j' ..
II (By Press Repoiter) grade school be built on the south _

ann At regular meeting al'lIelJ'bld on side of the city.Mis. From (lr Norton' RunlH'nn"n..

for Friday 23 : Willa Steed Mvtnodlut Church. --. -- - -- -
afternoon February some -- ---- -- -
ran very important matters were discussed \ Mr*. J. E. Lupfer, Each makes the forest. problem

Te s and a called meeting was held on j Mrs. Jessie Klein/nan, 2nd Chapter Acts: And they were of the year United States more clear
Sci lit lit.It i Wednesday afternoon to complete' the Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp, all filled with the Holy Ghost and be- says Col William? B. Greeley, chief oilthe : 'J .
: Mrs. A. T. Morrison, iii.T: ( '1 1I
Committees' work. .Resolutions were I Resolution Committee flan to 'speak with'ot.her tongues 09 PUBLIC SALES forest service, United States! department I 'r <
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eye : passed endorsing the building of two the spirit gave them utterance: of agriculture. The pr<)b' L I

: : ward schools and the enlargement of ITt.i'AR\\: ,' Jesus promised them the H,..Iy. lem has two main features Tho first
tha {
"the present ,, high school building'i 1to/ h..!,"l'1<. O.._ ffl'W.f'fW.lifl '"':!tI ,. 3 Ghost, the Comforter and they Wv-re'j feature I Is! the rising "cost of timber I //ri .

thgi ,meet conditions" now and in the ini- Frnnk- requested by Him to tarry in the upper \ products, which is* due primarily' to Halt'itr-ili' F .'
: \ Bartlett was born in f p
nfeuiate future. : room until they'wou) receive the from i imore I J
heavier transportation charges '
Frankl'n!: We have pairs U : tT
fot purchased 122,000 i1
t. county, Kentucky,
Many fine arguments in favor of innointing so that they would be ftte"ur..1 : -' and) more distant sources of i 1.. I ..' ,
Munson lust shoes sizes -
ward schools were presented by Mrs. F..I'.ar10.. 1S41 and died at Lis.! j for this holy work they ha to' S. Army 5'i supnly The second! feature is the unproductive .. ..::. . .
alJn '
.1' to 12 which the entire surplusstock .
was ,
iM't'hell; '
\ Ki.s
n m: slivet.! im-I I .. '
Steed l and dos When lie : -
I Lander, Mrs Hoyvr, Mrs .. ( trying hours camp and! l1ihtiC.'I of immensearea "
PI--MT' '' of one of the largest U. S. Government ; .
o Febu'ftrv W!, 1923.!
others. then. faith would !bc' the l-st' ., !
i put to of land which are not I1I11pt.dto t
shoe
} ? Another civic work tending toward! 'hewould/ net have the Savior to go ntrnculture
'_ 1'/ ', II. in the! ISi'iS she. I '
Coje / year ''o urd! lie utilized this instructed UBA
::hg Kissimmee more attractive is and
m '
I shoe hundred
is guaranteed' one
II o- inklo the Gr--at j'loyiiml-fn ]liH.! !
I the purjjiaw}l of 'the triangle I plst: l loaLk. tlnni\ to tarry: until they received J it
: f solid leather, color dark;; tun.
. union, !born tw daug'rffry | peiccnt
t were the! in
f J' i. important thing
} one you'hif"
of house. I
the school! hollows diet and f.
toi\4'ue( I watcrpio
died: 1910 and
'. I i M., who in |
)If want to spread" the
The W. C. T. U. not only endorses now. you The actual value of this shoe is $(i.OO QwpE'
*< -. .T. W Winter, who. resides! in
InT of this ground but! also ] gospel' through out the earth Y'\1 to this tremendous
the purchase Owing buy we ca'i
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AIh- "'ille. Illinois. :Mr. B-utlet uccpul the of the .
( J rives'!! ita support to assist in ecur-- int'-t\ t K'C.i\e( annojntjnjj! MJJpr:: name to the public at Jj$2.95
I, Omt us his Savior r.t the i
lit Gho t. The great for
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will Iy thing
f funds for its purchase, and one ]
ing I
-r: sponsor the preset) in every possible' I tift, church, and remained 1 a member\ If the ihuicli today has spiritual received power this Send'Oll''cl t.Ixe.: Pay postman> on MADt BYA TIU%
:
manner within its power. <>f tl.nt. denomination until his'' death. I IWnjn delivery or send money order. If '
The C. T.. U. heartily endorses spiritual power it will become strong/ wiM timj
.vy. I ) the Civil' war broke out he'' I shoes are not a? represented! we |
in the of the forcesof
the curb marketland'urges its members i : power combatting cheerfully refund o u r in o n e y
/ y
it. I united; with i iiie:, northern: army dUl"1'/1' c\< 'il. The spiritual power is l.ko :
to patroniri promptly request.
that conflict. lie I upon
ing bloody
electricity an exhaustless store always -
a.H
the
March 9
On Friday evening, rre.ibeiof the G. A. R.He .
on hand awaiting to he used.We EONTENTSiLD.5o14
Union will have a social program: at I has been in KisMmmee I I! : !
living !
this -
need
the Chapter )House to which the public to store up great physical af much
for tlrpost eight/ venrs. Funeral in our hearts anti lives '
refreshments is invited.! and There maybe will be forum music in / services were conducted in the (i iI Show power me a praying man or woman NATIONAL. BAY STATE SHOE( CO.

which discussions cf schools, parks, I Thompson Undertaking Parlors by | who talks much with God and I will v
and a greater Kissimmee may enter. I the Rev. J. A. Sutton D. D., who delivered l show you a man or woman who has 296 Broadway., New York N. Y.
I impressive add: ('S!!.
a very It would
Following is the resolution passedat great spiritual power. pay
in Rose hillcemetery
Interment observed
was business man to spend one hourin
: Ithe
!
the regular meeting February:
under the auspices of the
before geing to his busi-
prayer
RESOLUTION
A local G. .A. R. Floral offerings were s fl
nexs. It would to spend 10 q
Whereas: It is deemed for the best pay you
betutiful. Mr. Bartlett was loved by .
interest of the schools that additional or 15 minutes a day on your knees inprayer Is 0
accommodations be built; and the all who knew him; was a quiet| talking to God about your

question of a new high school is now neighbor to all his friends and will business. and seeking His help to overcome
l he greatly missed by his fellow-
/ the that -
problems confront
also the of many
being: agitated; question REST
friends around the band stand 1 and gist
each Spiritual
before you day. power
to
putting the matter a vote SAKINt7 POWO
nark. His daughter arrived from BY
theualifte.J electors of thcysub is! what the church needs today. Ev- "'e oauw
tax district! of the city of Kiuimmee, Illinois. Thursday, and funeral services I jery department of it needs it. Every LDA1MILK TEST

as to whether they favor bonding the conducted the same evening.: !'I committee needs to be charged with RY CO'S

tax district for the purpose of raising this great: spiritual power. I am no
"D"ar father, you have left U14; I &> ICE CREAM
for school glad my Savior is becoming more
: money thepropoled For third of the
Cod; has called you to his rest. I and I a a century name
day. am
buildings and having given the mat- more popular every
; May your sleep be sweet and preciousTill : that of the world have Calumet has stood the emblem
ter much thought, we members of the the blest" I so glad men as ,
W. C. T. U. of Ki,'8imm!)[', express we meet among gone in together: to get men to come of the best baking rowder. Its
ourselves endorsing the ] to churth. When this nation; as RI
heartily
as
ru building of now school facilities' ; nnd "Daughter, why mourn this loss, for | whole will take Christ for their Savior steady growth c.flVOt: among

Whereas: The Town cf Kitmimmee \ the lois jx Heaven' pram, | others will fall in line and go onItnxanl American liou-ewivc has reached
Father has left this sinful wurl! I of
Let
City growing/ so rapidly that a new | victory and success. us such ihat!
strife und ase"ndcd a higher sock this and' mount nna propottions t.vluy the sale ofCALET
high rcnool built at this tim could spiritual power
accommodatethe I plain.Hi I its win ITS of faith and love
scarcely be expected to upon ..
spirit returned to God who :? I -
five hence guv I I where we can lead i men to Christ and
city yen's : we recommend -
that the high school remain in it. while his body i is under the :I I in doing this Your life will be a satisfaction I

its present condition with the exception clay- a higher service to your fellow PHONE TilE MILKMAN -
Awaiting the tiumphet of Gabriel for
cf. building! an annex thereto for '| man. Help us each one to make
the Resurrection
Day.
Adequate school rooms, lunch rooms this year the very best year of our The
Economy S8&KBN&!
Today he is happy with Jesus and POWDER j
other have
home economics, manual training department life. The years gone, theyare .
and. loved ones who've gone on before numbered with the past, but we if 2'/. times a< much as that of any other brand. I
With the Heavenly Host in Glory to
Whereas: There should be built be there forever have a present-let us make the best Get us on the wire and This is the best proof of its
more. superior
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two grade schools, the north of it. C. E. H. I
en
one
t .. L. O. Y. tell us to deliver your merits-of the wholesome food. that it always
-- side and the south side of the
one on producea-of the
i thus the smaller children COUNTY COURT JURORSList milk every morning: economical and unfailing* .
'city, saving CARD OF THANKS sulu that are always obtained where it U used. .
from a mile and a half to two miles' It'll make your shopping
of jurors drawn to serve at the Calumet contains
walk, each side of town; at the same I desire to extend sincere court which easier and youll know only such
my March term tot county as have been officially the meted
approved
time relieving many mothers from thanks to my friends and neighbors 10 March 1923 have milk of splendid by .
ri convene at a. m., : you a States Food Authorities. Received
fear of an accident to ber little ones of father for their kindness 12j hearts highest .
find
my Hillebrandt
Doyle wards
! tr while pausing arid front the schools. Harry ,wholesome -attUties.- ri at World's Pure Food Exposition,Chi
i
sympathy shown during sickness J. C. Dibble, J. W. Sage, O. B. Young, Any'j ago Paris Exposition Paris France t
more
Therefore BeIt the
i Resolved'by and death of my father Willis Bartlett F. ) '. Edris-, W.. a Bass, Jr., E. )B. than aU ordinary leavening strength,therefor' r' '
.
!., 'members of, thsWvCr-T.fU. of KitSTinunee.in ',/' Havens David A...BASS. J.M....Parker, yon... .. The preference of a nation bat. f .
'. ,--' regular meeting Assemblds .1 \ 'J.rRs.. J./W. 'WINTER.1 . D. McAllister W- Aldetaasvzw j *. a / cause It ..the 1DOM dependable 4f all lavenslrr 'r ".
That--rtr do recommend andendorse > .. : *
., : V. *""" ** '." ?:Ft ." *" *-<,,,> ,.- ;"'\Xhradlea''of:,:pp.rireo"'saliat -' Thai" < Csutte'. ii ii J'Jaia"I 'department i *. j Is* j ffI1rylYtr tfNGI. ,i It rcgardle alvtraya of the M price yoar ay. B..y It rttp) ''tI r.(n7fti :. :?,, (t'H "

": -'It-1 The" "bonding, pf the. 'sub 'tax the) office of" The"' G&Mttetl1k., equipped to do aH kinds of job'hi prrnt- QUP ,, ,* Y/l': ) _it 4f{r>F3i'! )t s.r lId: !tf, tfd 'i1J47M': :'ri 1"., ., M"'.lrq} :; ': \'

district of thrcitr .Kisilmmee forth Better get them while there m stock. on short notice* and at nasonaU + .
l7>it
.. purpose, of.."lainC', ,.'lDoner. .for. ads. .Call\* "at".IK:.'; they'll ftercr 'b/cheaper.' pries. Wu 'make ,a peetaUf ..of WOl9"GII 'a-.JG..JIOWD: .t; .y

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Legal Adjvertisemeritd''e i .H TlCII '. :n tebj.'.yiTen 'that tinder I I.bwCaa Scrub Ground ra.b>_ePP8l'1 !"" SB 6 rx to.>.Built KxamTTaDietat21 earn lb.- .. I P;, 'na' A1n7 ''t" \'
t a..4 .hz..vI..lua./ of a Wrlt of .K.eoutlon II C. psate :> Chest '
'O'-A .Tal akl
0 ) ltl4pplySloali'slt
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tAl. 6rer;
IHued the : PenclC'' cold ?=
. aaweeeoeee on lith' day of February. 11 C.. Jplees 'mtxeeV 91 Boxes.-Gum ,
AU.. .
o.aeoeeoe Ills. In the .. 10 Oil '
.. U Spen- Castor 1 Dos
the fait 'Lamp Chimney NoS t:
Tt.Al.KfeOIJtoJ.0'! Will and IS Tooth picks 48. .. Mitchell Brooms : fresbwarrn" ,
NOTICB Or MAtTKlUg BAUD starts
.abeth Maxwell de- 6 Ce. Turpentine. ,"'
II
Pioneer
.' .... "' Complalnan., versus Waters II Po. Writing Tablets. "- TaftW.,Broom.Rowe Broom. blood coursing freely throwgh they]
In the Circuit Court of the Seventeenth Carson Grocery. Company 11 Dos. 'Pencil tablets. < Cs.. V } ,
C Spaghetti Med. SC:
I, ,Judicial in and Circuit for Oeceola Of the State In ofFlorida. lion the .t *" K'" x> ent.,' pending In ?i no.' 1 f.1II11" tablete.. 4 V. C. Spaghetti-Med.' 4*.. congested spotGongestion bmJcs upI
Circuit
County .
Court of the 17th, Judicial 18 French .Spices '
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Candy T.... It. ,
Chancery: Nellie B. Coin' Joined bher Circuit of, the 8tate .of Florida, In and 1} CsFr.ach's Bare! 14.J 9' ". V. C.Tomato Soup 48. h -cold vanishesSloaris /. '
D. COLE 'z'
husband C. for .
Complainant, .
c' County In "
that I .. '
J. W. Goodman .t al H Ground White P a PMt'2t.. Herring, 10 lb.34
Heipondnts on
venue * bruary/A. to
thi'i17.th.'day U. IS Ground Mustard St. Premier !Salad! Bmalt,
Foreclosurei Notice I. ,
: hereby upon and seliod the hereinafter S 18 '" Premier '
French'
cloves 14. Salad Large.
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given that pursuant to a final decreeentered described personal property. .a ." Ground I Noodles-. A14 / Liniment
this the JJ black pepper' (It) JOc, .
In cause on let day ofFebruary the property of the Kls.lmmesWhole. '. "
,,1 Pie Spaghetti 8. A.,.
'' Poaches10 to Cs. 4 .
A. D. I tU'J shall offer for sale Grocery Company a corporation 1 W-house 17 Macaroni B. A.: ,
II '
/
oa. vinegar -klils .
sale and sell at publlo outcry for I cash one. of the Respondents: In the said 1 Jordane,, 1 doa-qt. vlnegrar. B. ," .Tom. Catsup. S Do. 1E%(, Os. pain, ,
In hand to the highest bidder at the styled. cause, and that on the first Mon .f "; 4i domKal June W-house.: bottles ._ .. I
front door of the Court. House In Kle- day In April, being the Ind day. of 15 J. D' Jordan I gal to ease W-H II ** Thanksgiving' Pumpkin.' ..1',40.. ;
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Klmmee, Oeoeola County, Florida, dur April.-A.: 0."-1811. I will offer for sale 7 bbl Jordan Pints vinegar 6os. eVO* ft "" I I I I
ing the legal hour of sale, on the fth and sell to the hlll'heet-.nd beet bidderat IU Sk. corn. 14 Stokely Lye Hominy 1 Do. I- t
day of March A. D. Iftl the following the Klsslrnrnee Wholesale Grocery t Bbl elder No. S-ti(, "
qts vinegar 6
.It-scribed property situate In Osceola place of os. . . .. .
Company's business, located III 1i'k. Happy (:hop.. B Skipper Herring 100 I-bs --- ""*t -
County, Florida, to-wit; In part.of.1Lot *. of Block I of w- APatrlvk's 8. Dig U. 4 "' California Apricots S Do. No. ,
The South half (8 ft" ) of Lot Six Addition to the Town -of KIsImmee I a 014 beck. '.... .. . .. ......... ......... .......... ...
(I) of Block of Robert Ha..' City. Florida and situate On 115 Oat. 9 Dew Klst Corn No. S. y

Addition. to the Town of Klsslm Stewart Avenue between Emmett;: and 118..1. .S.... star ..hort..8" .. 4 ', Chill sauce S do. 16 Os.
men City Florida according to the Bryan Streets In Klaalmraee, Osccola eMfre feed. 5 Chill Sauce S doa. No. 8.
official list of said Addition duly County Florida. during the legal hoursof 1SS feed store shorts. 8 Individual P, .A Beans. r. i iiiii.
filed and recorded. It being the sale, all of the right title and In IT beet pulp. 16 V. Camps P Beans 16 Med. i
name Lot or Parcel of land con.v.yed tempt of the said Klsslmmee Wholesale 28 Alpha" Meal. 48 V. Camps P Beans 48 Small., .
to the said J. W. Goodman Grocery Company, In the follow- 178 (Sold proof; scratch. 3 Dairy Maid. Korn Kernels .w"f
and Ella Hello Ooodmaal by J. M. low! described personal property now 23 thoroughbred .. 10 U. Williams Kidney. Beans No
Wlllsoiv Jr., and wife, Minnie M. contained In their place of business, as IAS '' corn. I.
Wlllson. March IDth, Ittl by War. aforesaid. In ,Klsslmmee. Florida, vie: U8 Mlllo feed.; 11 '* Karo Green Label e. 'l'lmerely'

ratty. Deed Hecorded In Deed Hook. ISO Bales. Hay., AVK. 110 Ibs.2N 45 Oem ecratch.iS 15 ".. Karo Green Label 11. You 1.can't tell r'! j
4'. Page 1S. In the Offloa of the Ce Pink Salmon 4K1.T happy hen. 7 Blue Label Karo ..
Clerk of Circuit Court Osceola Argo Pink Halmon 48.1 1 happy ben mash. I BabyUem No. S Beans LIma. ;, .r
County, Florida, to which reference 14 'H ft M Fish Flake. 14. U'Orn.. ,4 Paris Corn No. 1. .' .. '
I
le herein made. Bald lot lying 6 Cod Hall 24. 4S bran cotton.. 16 ".. Paris Corn No. S.B '
by looking- at flour what the quality Ia.
and being In the Southeast 4 V. Camps Kidney Henna.V7 4 II scratch Pimento 14.S9 .
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter Van 8 >. bulk oat meal. > Eagle Brand Milk. .] :1
Baby Camps Milk. You can protect table against l inferior'flour
of Heotlon SI. Township, It Houth It ", V. Camps Catsup 14-Small. 6 to Jim dandy cow feed. j IS V. Camps Vegetable' -Soup. .. your -""". ,.
llange S. East 1 flnldor's! I..afKe catsup Z4. 18 Bran, In burlap. SI Orlll room'peaa, J 10 by usingwhich -
ELLIS F. 11AVIH.A I .. Hnlder's Hmall, Catsup !4. 43 Mica grit. 48 Heart's Delight Corn. ..
Special Master In Chancery. < Red Hot Chill 48. 66 Plllshurys 24 Ibs. 1 Box Billing paper.. 'j.
KHIIIKH 8TEED.Holloltors 21 Oysters 41. 8 Plllsburys 98 Ibe. 2 Floor trucks. i>
.for Complainant SltNOTICfO 17 Campbell's Roup 4$. 298 *. Plllsburys IS Ibs.IS 1 Bllllne Machine bead ,
1 Adding Machine. '
I Veal Loaf 14. C.: Ringer ground. r
Is :
1 Iron .fe. the
Or .MABTKIt'S .SALE 9 cayenne pepper.
11 Corn Beet Llbbeys 48-1
'. this 18 day of February A. D. 10
3'" Armour Bacon 1.11. 8 ground mace. ur.ted Best
In tee Circuit Court of the Seventeenth 6 Pure Pack Tripe 14. 9 dos Castor Oil.
Judicial Circuit of the Slate ofFlorida. 9 dos petrolleum Jelllo.JCa . L. R. FARMER: and
4 Sausage Meat Wilson 48-1
Ae Sheriff of Osceola r
In and for Oeceola County In 4 Apples 14 whole nutlntr.z 'ceuntr.Florida., ,4"h p-' r .
N. cartons By ROBT., '
Chancery. T. Clark Complainant, 9" Pie Peaches'e-10.' French mustard.
versus Oottlleb' Ments, e, ... Respondents 11 Florida Syrup 6-10. S cartons Epsom salts.S ; . lt-it Nt'F.ed
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: Foreclosure. Notion 1e hereby 10 MoUUees (Alisjator) I lb. bags of ball twine. :," .
1. trtrevlt Cesirt. ITth Jsidletsil .
Clre.lt .
given that pursuant t Ossealsi 1
Cesjaty. Florlea. Ck..e.ry.-
this cause f>n the 15th day 10 ** Htrlns Mean" ,If.I 5 II x SVt tubes. I .
., January.. A. D. 1HI.;t shall effer forsale Mix Vegetable. !4. 11 SO x Blowout patches Orlando Mortgage .C6..p.ny. ,' .. l. "
cad sell-at Public .utcry for cashIn II V. Camps'tall'milk.' S SO x S blmoroot'p.tehe.
hand te the highest bidder at the 47 '. Corn pride of the vullcy 9 dos No. 1 holdfast patch etock. a corporation > is the best flour we can make. You caD
door of the Court House In KIs- 5 dos No. S holdfast patch etock. ve. > '
front 11 Rlttere Beans 14. Frank B Lawton ) depend on it. Grocers sell it.
.Im"' ... Osceola County, Florida during 16 Potatoes. 4 Cs. grape-nuts NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE 'l'
hours of .al., the Slh 3 evaporated apples St.
the legal on 10 Apples .' .10.t. Notice Is hereby given that under .
day of March A. D. IHI the following Turn No. X-24. 14 M No. 1* paper bags. and by virtue of a fine decree of foreclosure 4 BLISH MILLING CO. Seymour,< I'".

described. property. jrituate la Oeceola. 4 ." Tom No. -14.. 28 No. S paper bags. entered on the 18th day of '. C

County. Florida.. to-wlt: of the 16 Tom No. 1.41. 12 "" No. SO paper bags.. February., Itll, In that certain cause . .O.O.... O..O. . .. ... . .O.,. . .. .. . .. .. ....
The Southwest Quarter 6 Palls Sweet M. Pickles K Oal. It No. IS paper. bags. lately pecjftlng In the Circuit; Court.
Northeast Quarter (8W\4 of NJII( ) 7 Ck. Dili Pickles J4-1V4. 4 No 14 paper bags -? Seventeenth _
Judicial Circuit. Oeceola _
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of Section Twentyrflve ell. Township < f Relish Sweet 14. Small 6 'l. NOl Z6 paper bam. County. Florida In Chancery! wherein <>

Twenty-five (Sf) South Range., 6 llullhead catsup large. 28 ".. No. 4 paper b._. Orlando Mortgage Loan Company a . ... . . .. . . .. . ot..O..O. ... .. ;
Twenty-eight tSS) East 4 Tr. Sugar & Honey. 20 No. U paper bags corporation, le complainant and Frank .
ing Forty acre.. more or less.KLX4U ( Sugar and Cinnamon. 8 No.' 1 paper bags I tl. Lawton Is defendant I will on the \ J
r. T>AVIS. 15 V. Camps Baled, large 4 a No. U paper bags First Monday In April 1913. It being "
A. Bpeclal Master In Chancery 7 Brown 24-1. 14 No. 10 bags
Hucar paper the Second Day of the month and a legal ,
KillI1HS STEED 6 Royal Salad Med 24 M No. 6 paper bags sales day during the legal hours lInsurance
bollrltors for Complainant. S-it 11 V. Camps Med 14. 8 ND.: I paper bags!. of sale, offer for sale.njxl" sell at the '
5 I'esert 14 12 No. 2 paper bags front door of the Osceola County CourtHouse :
NOTICE TO CRRDITOH I Toilet taper 6c slxe 1S5! Sk! PIllKt.ury 6 Ibs1C Klsslmmee Florida; to satisfy Service
II HOIIH Hud No. 6 matthi-H ." lleckers I HYZ Flour. said decree, the following describedreal ,
lej ('..rt .* th. <;...tr ., *. Oeela 10 Himin (:_."', aisle et Itertdaeter Hafo Home Matches, S06 ('..nlco 12 lha Flour. Osceola County Florida, to-wit: Lots t
1 Bed Stick MaUhes 288 ." t'amlco 24 Iba Flour numbered Seventy-one, Seventy-two, ,
In re Estate of Martha A. U..hc..r. 1 Drum Antl-Uerman !Insicllol 492 Hunllxht 12 Iba. Flour Rlshty-nln and Ninety of Section One Phone 222 % w

'To all Creditors Legatees Distributees 41 Cs Carnation Uarne.Ill 294 Sunlight 24 Ibe. Flour Township Twenty-six Range Thirty, .'
and all Persons having CUIms or Carnation Dab>'. 112 Oold Dust Ibs Flour according to the plat of the Seminole r" -.. IIILUPFERS' ii
Demands against said Kstntei M Jar Kubbere 12 nrosa to cane.. 184 fold Duet It Ib... Flour Land and Investment Company's Incorporated 'T -
Tou. and ....h of you. are hereby notified S Armour Corn Flakes I" Cream Meal. Plat of Section One filed In
and required 'to present any 10 no)'. Pride 48-1 M. 38 W. O. Meal. the office of the Clerk of the Circuit : INSURANCE' AGENCY:
claims and demands which you or 10 Ito)'. I'rlile 1J-5. 2 Ibs. Bakers ealt. Court and recorded among the public j
cither of you. may have against Jthcoetate \I Bo)'. Prldn10. Its Hk Common fine aalt. records of oaceula County also Lot .
of Martha A. Uelcer. "neceased.late S Hluo Label 24-ISx.. 98 Triangle salt Nine of Block "N" of the old town ofNarcooasee.
of Oeoeola County, Florida to the 4 Ked label J1V. 180 Ice Cream nail. according to the correctedmap .0..000..0..0..0..0.. ... ... .. ........ ... .... .

underpinned Administrator. of said es 1 Hed I...hel 12-6 226 Hunnnts Grits. of the said town of Narcoossee
tat. within two years. from ,the date 2 .' Green Label 14-lVi" 8 U E. Peas filed In the office of the Clerk of the ',"
hereof 7 Blue Lbe.1. 11-6 10 Hlce-Hondurous. Circuit Court of Osceola County. Florida
Dated December 19th. A. I). I 1SIIUOII 10 Ho)"'. Pride 14-IH. III Hire n K. on the 11th day of January A. D. '
R OEIURR. 16 loldpn My.: 14-1%. 1(1 Navy Deans Mich 11. 1'. 1890 situate, lying and being In Osce
Administrator. Ktsslmmee. Florida. 7 lllue Label 110. 111 Baby Llmalt.It ola County. Florida BASS C MPANYCONTRACTORS
...t 10 M Purity Oats IS Cs Pink Halmon. Terms of sale cash. Purchaser to CONSTRUCTION
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I Purity Oats $6. T 1H Pineapple Delmontv pay for deed.
NOTICM or FINAL DISCHARUJI: K Purity Urlts. 6 lllack berries I.. Dated this: 28th day. of February.. '. '
11 Clothes Pins. 17 Brick Halt. 1923. AND BUILDERS -' '
la the County .Juel"'..'. Court of Oeceola 5 Individual Corn-flakes.. 11 Flue 70. < W. .STEED.
'County) eTIortda.la II' V Campa PumpKIn III 21 Shrimp' 48. Special Master.
Old Dutch Cleanser t No. IS Mix. r.1ekl.... DICKINSON & DICKINSON WOOD,.BRICK. STONE,..,y4o ,_ "
Re: Estate ., Charles W. Ward. 46 ** Larre Van Camps Tom Catsup 10 No. I Mix p Solicitors for Complainant... 12-tt !
deceased. 14. I No. I Mix. pleklve. % STEEL STUCCO*: '

Notice le hereby given te all whomIt 10 Armo'urs Oats. large K. 1* Krout No. JV4 pickles. MUTER'" .ALE N. F. BASS .,_ .. JACK BASS Zi
may concern that on the 10th dav 1 Syrup Qolden No. .. 21 Ridge Farm Peas ., -t-rt.n--i---. !
of March A. D. IMS. the undersignedwill II Corn Flakes. Large. 170 Lbs Max House Coffee.SO Under and virtue of a decree of 322 Royal Street 51S Sproule. ,! .Avenue
apply to the lion. T. U Com r, 4 Puffed Rice .. C... Wilson Coffee, Bulk. 21 Ibs. foreclosure and sale rendered and entered - I
;Judge of the abovo entitled' enort. sitting 1 "' Ralston Breakfast Food 100 Lbs. buckles Coffee. on July Itth. 1921 by the Hon. . f._. . ,
a* Judge of Probate, at hie office 16 Aluminum Oats. 4t Lbs. Arbuckles Breakfast Coffee. Charles O. Andrew. Judge of the Circuit 0< .
.In the Count. tooart bona of Oaoeola I ,- Alar Syrup (-I*. t Ca. Uptons. Tea H. SI lb.' Court In and tor 1 o..ola. County, i.1 ; .tO. ;
!County at Klsetmmee Florida for our 4 .. Okra Tom. '14. 22' l es. Uptons Tea.,.. Florida; In Chancery In e. certain 00 to 0000.. 00000 ..........0000 0'" OrO io...... . ,

final dleeharge a. executors of the eetato 5 Alaira. Syrup 11-f. Cat M.Jlouse tea, "'./ibs. cause In said Court pending wherein e :
d......... and f. Do.. Co' F., PHIPPS t' ",- "- '' .1!: I.J .R.RIUf'PfJ.', .
of Charlee W. Ward 4 Soda 1 L.... a , "McCyrtntck;: -Teti ', John Wilson. Edwin R. Wilson: and'O. :! #
that ,at the earae time we will present a Hal Bode. ", MAX. House A. Lemroon, aa;, !:. the laet
':our final ''accounts executors of the. 6 Rk. Peanuts C40 lb. I *" ..//Lx. House Tea H Ib. f Ibe. will and testament 'ofTholnSs Wilson
MM ..tata'and ask for their. approval 1 Ce. Alaira. 41-1%", I *'. Max. ,House",Tea 1 lb. 0 Iba. deceased,'' were 'eeteplainablsand' ArthurH. < PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE

: Dated January I. A. D. ,'1911.ROB13.'FLTC1NR.. t Alaffa" S4-S. '. I' !' Mince ,, Meet JO/lb. to. caae.. ..' !. Donegan. Pat Johnston. ,' Klsslnrme '"
15 ," Shoe Polish S Dot. I "f- Mince Meat t4" gross..' J Cattle Company. One Noyes' and I REPAIRS ACCESSORIES i: .
C. WATNUWARD.Rxecutore 5 Shoe Polish 6 Uos.S I Pure Pack Potted meat William 8.- Potter were defendants ''GENERAL .and ,,
of CharUs) W.! War4. .eoeasmlMotion 5 Mustard. 38 H Roast beef S4. teethe highest and best bidder for cash FISH TIRES-HARTFORD' JJATTERIES .-
6t Snldsr'e. Beef 14 la of the. Court House door InKlsslramee ,
. .. .. I Strawberry Jam S4-K of 9 Corn front
1 IS '. Sliced\, Beef ttlass SVt" ox 4l'a Florida.between the legal :
TO CR9t1311O.W'tI. '' t '. Pork at Reana10- 14 Hoaoral. St Do. hours of dale on the Ind day of April LOCATED IN" SPIEL'S, BinLplNWJf; __,. .
-- JOe .1... (S Victory Vienna till. the following described real ee-
l"4 Pk. Crackers kjSpIMMEE.: FLORIDA
Cs>e H OIl .... C.ssRty .....*. 0eeeeIactp. 2< Cs. Pancake Flour Plltsbury. 15 Ceroles. 4S.J tate eltuateIn said Osceola County, PHONE 171. ,. .. ....'. .. .*,
..... OIl a'Le4s. 9 Ruckwheat., Potted Meat 41. rida. to-wtti . ..... . . . .. .... .. ... ............ . . .... .. ..
1* Pills Bran. tS Potted Meat. of Sections eighteen 411), twenty '. ,

In re Estate efSerb a Aunt Jemima arlts. I Tstleya. twenty-two (II), twenty-eight ', "T. . '1 .11 .w.. e....J:.n : ;....., ,... -
.A. -Pr.vattl Deceased.To 11 Jellle at... Os (O Lbe. TaUe) '' O. P. H- and thirty (10); all of section n n.-.r rA .
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all .. ; Dlstrlbuteee 14 Tapioca 24. 6 Cs Rum ford t-S thirty-two (IS) except the Northwest . .' : :
end all Persons havlnlr Claims or 8 Kelloca Bran. (0 Lt... Tetleys O. P. &. quarter of the Southeast quarter of
Demands against said Bstete: B .. Cocoanut 6 Ib. cane I to C. 40 Pkg. Butter paper. ee.ld section; and all of sectlqn thirty- AND DINNER '
Tou. and,each of'F... are hereby no- 6 Canned Cocoanu't 4.. IS Ca. Brock's white Wonder 1 gross, : four (,,),--all being'ln Township 38BoVth BANQUETS ;

tilled and required to nrcsent any >> LIbbY Beets 24. I Instant Postum No. 10. \ ,.Ran,.. ,1iff East. : ." -
claims and. demands. whleh you, or 6 Cocoanut I.' IB Ibs to cs a ". Instant Postum No. 9. JOHN>C CAUEL, .- PARTIES '- -
either of you, may have against the estate 11 French Mustard 24 1 Instant Poctum No. 8 12-t Special Master In Chancery.
of Harsh A. PreratL deesaeed. late 5 .. V. Camps Sifted peaa.t . IS ** T oatum cereal No.1.
.( Oeoeela County. Florida, to the un- v Orange Marmalade J4-18. s Postum Cereal No. 0. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
derslsn.d Executor of said estate. 4 .. Guava Jellle U." 0 Lbs Green Coffee.

within two year from date brreof.Dated 16 V Camps Hominy 24 80 Lbe. Cone Twine Im c.... ef the Cousity ........ Oseeela
January I4lh.G. F.A. KRIBBIt.4ft l>. ItSS. 6 Conquer K June Peas. 1 C." Calumet B Powder t-10 11>11. Coeaty State ef Flerlea.. The new management of the Graystone Hotel Dining Room offers
16 Heckers Oats 18. 5 Calumet B. Powder 36. In r<> Estate of
ecutor. 1 Pek. Meal. 2 Calumet B Powder 8 Os JAMES U FISHER DECEASEDTo unexcelled service for Banquets and Private Dinner Parties
31 Watervale Peas No. t. 17 Rumford B Powder H Oi. all Creditors Legatees Distributees
NOTICE TO CKKDITONS'Is 1 fltebblns Peanut Uutter pt. 44 *' Itumford B. Powder lOa. and all Persons having Claims or hand.
obtainable
foods
of the best always on
A good supply
.
8 Quality Peanut Butter. 241. 3 Royal B. Powder 12 Os Demands against said Eatat :
) Crt .f ... eo...,. J. .... lieu .. KleHdek "
I Stebblne Peanut Butter qt It Eddies Blue and required to present any
7 Luncheon Peanut Butter 12-fi. 26 ** Sliced Beef JH Olass claims and demands which you. or ORDERS FOR REGULAR SPANISII DINNERS SOLICITED
In r* Estate 0'n.ron 11 **. V. Camps Peanut Butter email 7 Thousand No. X Paper trays either of you may have against tb1
A. Patten Deceased.To 1/. 1 No. I Paper trays estate of James D. Fisher deceasi d "e
all Creditors. Legatees. Ulstrtbntuea 10 V. Camps Peanut Butter, large 6 No. 1 Paper trays lute of KIsHlmmee. Oicrola County t
and all Persons having Claims or "
11. t No. 5 Paper trays.
r
Florida. to the undersigned Executorof 4
_. _
Demands against said Estate: 9 V.amp.. Peanut Butter Med 1 No. t Wood trays said estate within two years from .n -- --- U -
You and each of you are hereby floe ,
14. 1 Paper Plates < Inch.. the date hereof '
tilled and required to present .any I '. Blue Ridge Coffee KO IhH. 2 Ca 60 Dos. No. S Burners Dated Feb 8th. A D un
claims and demands which you. or' 8 Blue Ridge Coffee 26 lb.. 10 Potted Meats H Os. JAMES M Wll/LSON.
either ef you.. may have atfslnut the .7 Kolls pnner 80 Ibs to roll Z910 Ibs 3 .Armowrn. Vienna No. 8. S-lt. Executor.
estate of Byron A. Patten oeaed, 24 Cheese 761 Lb. 50 Dos Kc Tablets.
late of Oscnola County, Florida, to the 1 Cubes Copla Cakes 16 lb. 9 Cs Hlrsch's pepper sauce.S .
Undersigned Executrix of said retat. 6 Raisins Cookies I. Lbs Air Line Honey 14 O*. SOUTHERN UTILITIES COMPANY
within two years from the date hereof 7 Lemon nla'ul71.. S Jordan's pepper sauce 24.
Dated Jan. :391ICTHZI.. F.1923.ES Can Atlantic 40 lb.. 22.R e to H' "" Root Beer Notice Is hereby given that. the annual
!: Cubes Oysterettes 'f Ibs 12 2 IH-led beef In tin 48. meeting of the stoekhn'd of
.-.t Rxeeutrlx.NOTICM '" SOUTH EKN UTILITIES COMPVNT
11 Cubes Saltlna 78 lb. 18. 21 Jello.
IK Soda Cracks. IK lb. 11. 5 lee Cream Powder will .be held at the office of the C-m. CITY
OK APPLICATION FOR TAX 6 SOxSH Firestone Tires. 11,0..' che... pany, Klsslmmee Osceola County lore, TAXES-
.* sr Pimento ida on Tuesday. March 17th. 1913IS "
DieteD 2 II x 311 Firestone Tires. 23 Vraft C- Che"...
Bxrner. No. Dos o'clock noon for the election of directors
--- 1 82 x 4 Firestone Tires S 1-15 to c.
Notlrn Is Hereby (Ulven That .JohnA. 134 x 6 Firestone Tires 51 Thousand Comet Envelopes for the ensuing year and foe
Ab "'rIl'Clr. nurrhaner of Tnx C..rtl- 140x8 Firestone Tire. S4 >)o.. Cob Pipes.8Gros. the trannactlon of any and all bueinesithat
'
Scale No. 1(11. dated the Ird day of 1 S, x 6 Firestone Tire. No. S Limp wicks mnv rnnie before the meet'n
June A. D. 1.... has filed said I certificate 15 C.. Octagon Larre.4O l-Oro Nn 1 L..mp wicks44riartonii New York. N. Y.. Febrinrv MOFFAT S8 1.11. \
In my office and has made application Toilet paper lOc. Snuff VI Oroaa each carton. T. W. .
for tax deed to Issue In accordance 4* Gold mint 100. Xl-Boxes Pldmnn Clrars. 18-tt S..eretary.Suh..r1hto
with law. Hald eertlfleateembrecce 22 Drundma's 100. 31 Special Cigars Notice is hereby given that the Tax Books
the following de.crlbedprop- S Lux 100. 10 Tempi. Sp..clal. The Valley iaxctte
erty. "dusted. In Osccola County., FlorIda N .. Lux 60. 12 Cs Peanut Bars or

to-wit: 8 Lucerne Bath 100. S MIT Stick nn r.. _. ..
Lot I Block "Y". Patrick' Additionto 4 Kirk's soap 1 Qrosst 4 Cocoa.' Btrs. ---- for the City of Kissimmee will Close Saturday,

Klsslmmee City. Rlnso. 10 Irons Prince Albert Toh
The wild land being assessed at the 4 O. Dutch. 10 Thousand Wevnn Cigarettes.
date of the Issuance of said certificate I Ammonl.-Ie umall.B 20 (""",01'11. :P' March 31. A penalty of 5 per cent will be added
In the name of Mrs W. C. Da.... Unless Honlmn Powder 20 Gross Apples Toh 10 lb.
said certificate shall be redeemed 6 >. 1-Qal Oil Cans 1 dos to Cs. 12 11-'......' Mule Tob 10 lb.
according to law tax deed will laiun 10 V Camps Label Soap. 2 C-iddy Red J. Tob. 10 lb. Nose stopped up?
thereon on the list day of March A. 12 Mascot. 1H nrorge Washington Tob. to all taxes not paid by that date.

I>. 1923. 5 Ullcerlne Tar. 3 Dos. 168. MENTKOLATUM
Clerk CircuitlCourt.Osceola 6 Lava. 2 DrnsM Tevnn1 Natural Leaf Tob
It Ara-o starch 48. 4 Cat W.ynnMn Natural Lenf Tob
County., Florida 1 P. Olive H arose. S Lbs. each. quickly clears it.
Br 8. H. IiULLOCK, D. C. II Olo Palm 1. 1 Cs Whnlr cloves 24
REAL) 1S-U < .> Palm Olive %Gross. 14 Dos Fdgeworth R. R.
1 Magnolia Oil qts. tO'Pkg Vanilla mints.

:NOTIC: OK BPHCIAl I.KGI8UAT1OBI. 11 Arsro starch /6. 1 Gross Cream Tarter !
r.
5 Kirks Asst Soap. 10. 1 Thonser"Y lee Cream Cones 1 I J. R. :GILBfRTj ;'

.YOU, ARm UKRBBT (given notice that 6 Wanders Lye. 10 Ca. Cracker Jacks. ... . .
I will at the next session of the Leirlslatnre 8 Klngrsford Corn Starch. I% Gross Stud Tob. 1 1chiuthinJibigr.1
of the State of Florida apply! for I Kirk's 41* aross.SI . 4 Dos. Toothpick Cut Plus 9..
the passage of a law prohibiting' hogs 1.4 Oil Sardines.. III" Vanilla Hxtract Hub No. 3 ,
from running at large In Osceola County 4 Muetard Sardines. '7" Lemon Extract flub No S.t :
F.itract: Pur. ".., L ,1
Lemon
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Lard.
pall 12-4
hogs.- providing and salo for thereof Impounding..and making of 9 ". '-/ Lard 33 .", Assorted Extract N<>. .. ". IL'w ......., tagesUat nttond, 3 ,City Clerk'! arid Tax Collector ;
for anydamaor'eaui IS "v Triangle Salt 1. 61McCnrmiek's' TSxtract" ; No. f.. F
ownerof.said hog reauoiwibte OH 4 VsnllU Extract H.,.',4., r ,...... \- iff'
Sauesse.t .
rwps "
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; >*tl "y h< irs runnlnif at 't :,, 4';'
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\ ,tare can;-bn.:. enen..t-.eopy: At m of"ofHce'ln/aAI4, proposed the RiMik law el.f II r>oa..u.a Wash I..irA.Boards. 14'BoxcII t. ...".. 1.4>fit>ne S1ork..rif.'v.RxtraevNo.. <_ .4'> : ,Lh'KJN c..j 1tpP ud. ..........'- ,-!;"J"" ..' _\""-. ...[;..-y< .-.. "n''> .-.',' .............. .. ,... ........ _. --,.'.:.. .is..
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4. <'an.' LArel 100.lha. It, Hard Balls.S \ .*
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leeseatab tore< t r S. Gilbert is going out of business and as placed his entire stock in the


big thle standin hands of the Southern Sales System, Inc., of Macon, Ga., to be sold regardless .;:


learn meanT a .of. cost. ;* andMr.rangements: ,are being! ,. made nowLto' re-arrange; the;stock '!:




to We pint d prices. For the next fifteen days we will have the greatest wh.irlwinJ'oF: ;:


the eourr Bonn i slashing' of prices and carnival of bargains you have ever seen or heard:'of '


.port before. You know that all classes of goods are advancing almost daily but this stock must 'be j:


1.o sold in fifteen days, so we are giving you your last chance buy merchandise bought on a low V

market before the advance, at less than, wholesale cost. So if prices and quality mean anythingto


r you, be on hand opening morning. '


SALES MANAGER.

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ann for The city limits on the south:i* where cal numbers.. The church orchestra Ben Eastman of ik'gtdn, arbor. Michigan ......... ........A. CAMPBELL :..,.
un 1AROUND 1 :TOWN [ the paved and brick 'meet-*em/ responded throughout the evening who is a devotee of Shakes NOTES
ToSc OY. weary trudge for a 8ix-year-oldi even with popular? numbers and everybodyhad peare,gave a very repleteamr: -finish THE WATCHER + Mrs J.-n..' Boughman and'children
Mrso"Ce1elte J. Fripp to our present high : : a merry: evening.. *, ed paper on the bard of .Avon. Mrs of Philadelphia, risitta : ,

wiele I Of course! much !g being1 said for 'One of the' most attractive ;social Yea. Aunt Frank; Mr*.'Van'-thizer, 8.division JI.| Bullock of has section'charge, ot and the on music'thisoccasion ... ...d... .......-.0 here are relatives"\'
.and, against; the two, ward schools. evenings ever featured in Kisslmiriee! was.the.ftrlt to respond to the 'lunch ) thlsA' Ima Griffin Pqllock O. You Curb Market! Bonn I To Mr. and Mr*. C. II. La*. b.,
i ,. De place to getta,da,cab, do on' da a son, on Friday ,
the| May these, discutsionn Increase in was 'the Washington Evening, Social, rooms' need'fo tumblers. "She called sang'lledlons from Ethelbert l 'Ne- February 23
an JMngth and strength so that when the held by the Presbyterian-- ladies at'the up next morning after reading the S. vms, Charles/ W1akefield Cadman, and 1 let 1 da: eel' an' da tomat' ydu eats Mr. J. T.'Reave Is aeriously III.* ,
rc: !
thiSJ ballot, to decide the matter it may Martha Washington in cos times she haa 'remembered- th (Wldrtn -' of whom sketches! 'of their The St.le111M home from a daft to her daughter. ,
be done intelligently. tome and Miss Alice Parker represented by sending: milk, puddings; pica lives posers were given. Laat she Changed Mr*. T. C. Turner, of Orlando. "- ,
ThJu Willis PawelT, who successfully' labored Betty Ross. Both were exquisitely and cookies Truly there is' but one ,T* be year in wax a lady fair Mr*. Robert Branson and ,clilUrea.,
1 for St. Petersburg Clearwater, : Charming in their colonial array, "Aunt Frank" in Rislmmee. Long Mrs. I Dolph Walk 'entertained) tlH'King' But'now\ she!style' she bobbed her hair; have moved to ). aaba... .
- New Port'Richie, and now Lake'county -' pouring tea. The program wan patriotic may she live. and never grow l lets. ,; Daughters at her homo on That she s best seeking how and where Mr. E. D. Campbell and KIM! Ola''f".;
the other day told the Chamberof beginning with a chorus i---r-_ Bryan find Clyde :avenues, last 'fOl'';- | can un-bob her hair. Campbell motored.to Orlando Saturday -
a Commerce! at Avon Park, "And singing ."America the Beautiful." The art, music, and literary section day afternoon. i The Right Per Cent to visit Mrt.: T. C. Turner of that '
say do you know what inquirers ask MUs Eva McCracken gave the Star- of the Woman's Club was given two -- ;, "Ono hundred per cent American" city. .
about most? Schools. church*?\, Spangled Banner in pantomjne: Eli very good' papers Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Paulk and "Ncllta". "tprang, a IB a mighty good slogan for
in health conditions and water. Thoseare nor Rosen, Carol Makinson and sev Mr W. L. Richardson' of Marietta, glad surprise on the lunch, 'r om patrons daily use [in this fair Land of the KENANSV1LLE NOTES i.,',
the first four." It is not difficult eral others, gave readings; Mrs. Burrows Georgia, gaye a well-prepared paper the other dny. This is what theylIt'.ved Free but it comes with "
Olr< to say In what is Klssimmee lacking. and Patsy Makinson[ gave musi on Titian and his paintings. ','Mri. to each child: meat sandwich, grace tram a booze fighter very poor Mis Albina Smith met with .be r ""'
who thinks
k , buttered roll, cookie, milk-and thento that the Eighteenth Amendment i is girls' and boy* clubs here this week. ,,
-- -- --- -- -- ice a
et every one an cream cone-given joke and deliberately She started the reed basketry. end'r
disobeys it. It
free. The attendance this week i not a joke, but pine needle work for the girlsand
|lie a I
great big
tlF IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1IIlIllIIlIIlIlIlIlIlIIlIlIIlIlIIlIlIIlIIlIlIlIIlIlIlIIllI lIlIIlIIllIIlIlIlIIlIlIlIIlIlIIlIIlIlIIInmlllllllllll> I reached 205. --- 10f sane legislation backed bv a piece majority arranged for a continuation of 'theirsewing ,-"
lessons .
!
Miss\ [ Albina Smith made her "cvery.onceInawhile" of our people. It has got teeth next meeting
= trip to Whittier |and claws too as hundred of violut- Miss Smith brought back the nI I f,
=== this! week. lara have already found out. No hibits which' Kcnansville had sent to ,
=== g ,---, 'can justly claim to be "One hundred man the fair, many Qf'which, won blue ;f
== l ribbons. ,', ",*
The departure of tho Stanley Bullocks percent American" who has a Tod
-Stanley and Alma and little none and a whl key breath, The boy. in their department are ,,
: Jo Berta causes much regret finishing a sand-table for the* prima ;\ "
throughout town. Mrs. Bullock has Bill Smithers Han a Cold room. The club has:built sev .
Ii Opportunity and !I given formerly her voice on all occasions lie told the folks he had the flu. eral articles this among which <
and is deservedly popular. But There was nothing funny in it, are flower taxes and a' dictionary '
( they list to the call of the waves' and lie kept the household in a stew, stand. J
== The Bank With : will dwell on Miami Beach. Mr. Stanley And they doped him ev'ry minute. REVIEW' ; 1.
the Bank A'.s has cone to Miami[ and Mrs. Bullock L WEEKLY CITRUS g
the will! leave soon. He 'howled that he was burning up, The
weekly citrus review F L.
f'or he had by :; Ii
of
a speck! fever,
Ability ,8J There are frequent rehearsals at They gave him catnip in a cup American Skelly as Issued from the office of the *,
> Mrs. Bullock's home, Hub rosa we And didn't pet him either. Fruit Growers *ays: ;.l'
-- Oranges: During the week
hear of beautiful chorus work solo past
\ and .1 parts-yes, and-Ghosts of Hilo. They Mid he was a baby still the f. o. b. demand for orange' was .
To raise such an awful holler. strong at price generally very eatJ J
Willingness Opportunity ta'kes off its hat to the man WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Then gave him a nice big pill. isfactory. The auction market vfur, +1
showing \f
!I to Serve with ,a Bank Accounty. Opportunity is : AT HANCOCK SCHOOL So large he couldn't ..wailer.r inclined to considerable be easier toward strength the"were end ;\--

:1 The Hancock school, situated When he got well of the week. The earl '- arrival 'of .
he
t again told
ready for the man, woman or child who is Loughman, very fittingly celebratedWashington's A tale that would sure surprise the heavier volume of California na ':
s birthday. As it wan Isis wife said 'twas ye." vel shipments were then just begin- *
for it. The ash-barrels of a common cold,
DEPOSITS INSURED ready history "Parents Day** numerous relative.. But the doctor said, "coryza." nlng to manifest themselves. 'The I'
and friends assembled from far and outlook for good Florida ,oranges,
are full of people who were unprepared for
near for a grand picnic spread at MKS. \ THANKS well packed continue Very Mtiafae- '.
Opportunity when it came their way. Have noon. HER BIRTHDAY FRIENDS Grapefruit ,
After dinner a good program was : Extra coed quality
you the cash to avail yourself of opportu- rendered by the children, which waR Please let me thank the many quality grapefruit etfs t
much enjoyed by allThe schoolroom friends who sent me their friendly) grapefruit has commanded exceptionally : -
nity when it comes your way? Why not was adorned with the work of greetings: and the generous birthday good price in the auction mark
aG the pupils, which called forth much gift last week. There are so many eta during the last week the f.',o. b.
open an account with us now? favorable comment. Many colored of these kind friends it is impossible markets being steady with good inquiry -
drawings, maps, and small boolilotH' for me to see them all, so( I thank but at generally'moderate prices -
showing careful work in tho way ot,, you by this means. Your kind words on fruit of ordinary quality.
penmanship etc, adorned the walls and remembrances made the day a Present steady demand with aOOtlnuatio
G ==== One large colored product map of the very happv one for me. of shipment. in reasonable
United States needs special. mention. ELIZABETH SANBORN. volume would indicate" a good recep
A royal good time was enjoyed by tion for well :packed, fruit' in. desirable '
CIVIL
all, and the little teacher deserves SERVICE EXAMINATION sizes during the,week. "e .
much praise and assistance in her FOR POSTOFFICE JOBS Tan er1n.*: The'remaining.tangrine *-/
6 + of Osceola I painstaking. efforts :Ain ,Ryan (at The United States Civil Service: of good quality'are 'now"ia.a. '
1Jppk County! tendance officer) and Mr.,Ryan from Commission will hold an examination very strong position. : ;;,
r for Severe over'mtlch"o'tMIfrcountry "
Saint Cloud Superintendent Yowell 1 clerks and carriers on March 17. weather \
Miss AlbinA Smith and Mrs. B. b 1I. at imn>ee, to fill vacancies in the handicapped'the.dlstributlW. .
: -l, Hall and daughter, of insImm ee, postofflce in this city. The examina of ;fruit and retarded the cooveqsent, 0.2

., n,, 'w,t ,\. ., flour' 9 jt\, ,.M' io. \.'3tra.K' 'P.iM.v' tti ., ."-tc i were" .* present.11 i i i thou quirements.is open to Application all who meet blank the,and re of first fruit part into of the consumption week.: 'As around the,'*e:t.bl tber -.i.7I'<.
{ ' s-'" !" ; : 'J.-' .. The commercfal11 production-of? full -, "ai bas
.j"' I' fie!?VC .JiiI'V it apples" information > rnoderated.consumption
: ** 'b '*+ i1. : ! including t I
'. -.,'. s it. . ;.: . ..X':. .. . . ; 'is estimated.hay" been',(about questionscan .be obtained,.from/the cample |l cr.aled.n4: demand.ha Developed.
1 r 15,percent pfthe-total''ropdn 19 22, secretary: !local cviil service boa.../at k.'prportknr, < ", ',,.,II. ...r
Ii f'M'I' compared 1921. according;with to aboutr20.pereenf United States, L1IIL4:::; J.lm llllll 1 11 { 'ofagriculture. ., e aeektap. fifth civil. .,.nlce, dJ, ;
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