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 9, 1923
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01106
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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; TO HELP OSCEOLA Noted Lyceum Orator And Evangelist A PROCLAMA TION Called-, To Son As He Fell In His. FAST

,Will Speak;, At Methodist Church ,. Truck Patch And Is Taken Home
Eight Days BeglaningMarch IS ', J1 .. Bet. Passes Away On.Arrival r
Will Shoulder,and Maintain Filling In Of City Property;
To hold' a series of meetings of I, A. S. GILBERT as Mayor Pro Tern of the City of Kissimmee, iCissimmee 'was shocked again Welnesday Foretells
Loughman Road and Fin- bv the that F. Between Docks
eight evening nws
days a city-church and at the
by virtue of in vested do declare proclaim and
authority me hereby
ish Melbourne GapMonday' end of that time to have the Chamberof A. Nave had suffered' an apoplectic: Beauty Yet: To ComeThe
Commerce of that city by a ten set aside Saturday, March 17 A,. D. 1923 as stroke while at work in his Mabbette f

Morch meeting of the to one vote, decide to have him come street truck farm and? had passedaway most .sceptical doubter as to I,
commissioners proved to be again for six weeks, for union meetings , ."MOSQ ro" DAY"for a few moments after he had whether the dredge will work or not
county one.of achievement for Is an honor not accorded every' been taken home. Falling he called has had his eves opened recently For
primarily roads,,, resulting in definite day to platform orators. Yet that is Kissimmee; and I respectfully request every man woman' and 'to his, son Paul who ran to him andcalled the filling in Is being done and being "
county. what happened to Dr. Lincoln Mc to.his:gardener.> Together they done that favorite-out ?
plans for repairing between and maintaining Kisstm- Connell; who has recently closed a? child in the City of Kissimmee to co-operate with the Health Officer bore t him to his car and carried him door sport so rapidly is now checking a up every

the Dixie and Longhman Highway and in getting series of meetings of eight days In and Police Department in the destruction of potential breeding to his home on Sproule avenue,where evening the amount of sand and clay
mee Orlando. be expired in a few monments.Mr .
Now .they are building a which the day's- work has deposited.
the two mile gap on the .Ocean-To-: big tabernacle and arranging a six places for mosquitoes.And : Nave, a comparatively new- The broad sweep of reclaimed prop.,
Gulf Highway completed. weeks' series him. comer to Kissimmee having purchased the
for. and
between light plant
eve erty
Clerk John L. Overstreetwas I further request householder to Inspect his own
County property here and identified himself *
Dr. ,W. C. ;Ndrton pastor of the lake testifies; to the workability of
in receipt of a letter from II., B. and + such rubbish vessels containing with the community a year and '
road Methodist church of Kissimmee announces premises and remove destroy the dredge and the.crew.
of the state
Phillips, chairman that the of a,half ago had made himself an Im- the
people Kissimmeewill in of.
Sidney RiChard charge
In which that official stagnant water weeds and otheA possible breeding places to the end
department portant factor in the city's recent .
have an opportunity to hear this operations estimates that between
stated that no action had been taken popular speaker without journeying that we may make Kissimmee {jlOO% Mosquito Proof." progress. He was a member of theboard four and five hundred yards .of fill
contrary to Tallahassee the department to the north for the occasion, though of governors of the Chamberof are being deposited every day. He
at Us' : netting in he admits that after doing so Orlan. In Witness Whereof, I hay hereunto. set my hand and official Commerce a director of Osceola has not worked the dredge to capacity -,
June of.1V21 that It would finish auch do's will thet Growers, Inc., member. of the troop account of the rep.
portion of the Ocean-To-Culf High considerably evenlnapopul.tlon augmented probablybe by Kis- neal as M.yor.Pro. Tern of City' of Kissimmee, this 6th day of committee of the Boy Scouts and a maining so far weak on spot in the overhauled ;

ways in Osceola: and Brevard counties simmee people when the big series March A. D./i928. "j teacher of the boys' class at the Presbyterian machinery. The. cutter shaft .is a
not to, exceed three miles, ai the starts. 1 Sunday schooL'' In the reCent pieced and spliced: one, satisfactory
bond issues were insufficient to com Beginning Sunday March 18. Dr. A. S. GILBERT charter election at which city for the old cutter but too weak for

plete. A later letter from Mr.Phillipstiald McConnell will preach at the Methodist ATTEST: As Mayor Pro Tern of the CityJ. commissioners. were elected he failed the present cutter. This shaft there \
that he was determined to complete church, both morning and evening by one vote in spite of his short residence : fore gives trouble and until the new
the gap (which amounts to loss and will deliver evangelistic addresses R. GILBERT City Clerk. of Kissimmee. of being chosen city commissioner one arrives and is installed, probably ,
than two miles) in Osceola county as every evening during the and was the first to issue a on next Monday full capacity cannot: .
soon as possible and urged the county week and again the following Sun statement full of his characteristic be achieved. '
officials to make arrangements to day. The services, while they will beheld nwwuwwwuwwrtna .. wn.ww...-. optimism urging whole hearted ahd The two shifts at work on the-
have the railroad aiding which' had at the Methodist church will be unanimous support to the victors in dredge for the past two weeks are ,;
been installed for the road building .non. sectarian and other churches the election.In making' an average of fifteen hours s
left where It w... From such Information have been invited to participate. PLANS UNDER WAY WOMAN'S CLUB NEEDS I the strawberry industry he play per day.:, RiChard I. in charge,of the
as could be gleaned it is Dr. McConnell is expected to address ed an important part helping to establish day shift, from 8 to 4, while .H R.'s
therefore thought that the state road the Chamber of Commerce at TUESDAYAnd the platform market in' the May holds forth from midnight until
rush this work in the FOR ANOTHER PARK YOUR HELP of the first strawberryseason.
department will : its meeting next Thursday noon. early days 8. The discharge pipe is now stationed
near future; and with the work goingon He purchased fifteen acres at the extreme corner of the
in Brevard county the long awaited KISSIMMEE BAND !MAKES Are of raw land on Mabbette street fill, farthest from the lake,, aDd
Ocean-To-Gulf Highway will soon HIT WITH REAL ESTATERS Various Organizations Your Help Means where he was stricken on Wednesday !' finding their own level the sand and..

be completed at least in time for the Boosting For TriangularPark Pleasure: Very Unusual sub-irrigated and tile-drained the clay are rapidly developing into Kis
next tourist season.A. Seven members of the Kissimmee land and produced successful crops simmee's future lakeside park. The
W. Kinney division engineer v band went to Winter Park Tuesdayto West Of SchoolThe Opportunity ComingIt In four months from the time the operators have killed two birds with
the state road department, wu pros play at a real estate auction conducted II land was cleared. He was an indefatigable one stone by getting rid of the hyacinths
ent at the meeting to discus: with by Ilornsby Brothers, of Or- little trianglar plot of ground, isn't every day that one can render worker habitually being in which clog the tube and At the
the commissioners a proposal made lando. The real estate men liked west of the high school bordered with assistance and yet at the same his field several hours before daylight same time providing a temporary
by the state road department by letter their work so well they engaged them cement sidewalks, centrally located, time have a mighty good time doing and working on his many interests "bulkhead" which conserves much of
to E. L. Overstreet, chairmanof for another similar trip to'Saint Petersburg and adjacent to the play grounds of It, aside from the pleasure which aU far into the night. the sand and slit which drifted back '
the board relative to the repairing Thursday.The all but the primary grades, -now ways come with service. But nextTuesday He organized the Perfection Orange into the lake when the exhaust was
and shouldering of the road to Lough- band play "The Girl of The comes into the lime light. The ownerof night residents of, and visitor Company and that of the city placed near the concrete walL
nan between Kissimmee and the Flying )C," *>ss been Indefinitely postponed the plot, naturally anxious to make, in Kissimmee have just that oppertuntt of Silver point,-pushing forward the This hyacinth wall -extends from
county line. The proposal oft !' A play will be presented lat- It produce a revenue, had laid plans The helping side of it work with tireless energy and accomplished the pleasure dock to the "mainland
department was that it should'staff Ir.' but the date has not been set.V'lTbe to build some small dwelling houses comes through the opportunity to assist really marvelous resultsin and bound the area to be completedin
over that portion of the road frit* . what la known as Federal Project No. been played last night was postponed With no street between. I which stands and always will stand disposed of his 'Interests in to Skipper RiChard-will be completed ;
2, thence south to the county line. en account of the Saint Petersburg the triangle and the adjacent homes for the betterment of the community these organizations.He within thirty days if the same luck
This would include the stretch. of trlpV and will be played tonight. The a condition would be created which, -an organization which, not only,, has was the organizer and mana\ continues sis.has been with the sew
road through the Reedy creek;" see- regular concert will occur as. usual on in the opinion ,of .'those interested, made good but which will continue. ing head of the Central Produce.! Cora-\. for the past two weeks. The fill is -'
lion extending from the fttlingLafa- would .Iwa, undesirable. On.:the to make good the Woman's Club. pany, recently incorporated'!to'cdOi* ready up to the pipe from:the welt
tion south of Campbell's to \bet ,. line. Under the arrangement suggested week was another greatly enjoyed make an ideal park and'playground. opportunity) to hear and see one grower as> well as a buyer and'orga the hyacinths. :'- -
the county would eaneel its occasion when Mrs. Arthur Cooper The idea appealed to more people of the fluent entertainments which istoday nizer. Probably no man in the community People who are' __hat''eptleat''
Ml of 91812 against the state road "repeated her singing of "The Holy than the:immediate.,reaidents. and the on the' platform an entertain- has more tangibly proved his as to the outcome of.the fllling--op-;
department for work already-ceat C1t i "'"Som.wheN A' Voice la CallI.J. last, meeting of the Women.--.Chris*j mot:-destined ,to pass on from the faith In,the. community of his adoption sratlons are now ylanninr 0S.the future. -'. '
cs late4'vvpesrtMsroad and tarn ever!. .pod "1hat'a, how ,1 Believe, In than:Temperance'Union'went oa tee*.. possibilities,*f present' day- lyceum than baa Mr.'Nave brnis investments It'is an ordinary occurrence to; w
-' tithe state the $800O now in OwweU You. Mrs. Cooper's i singing, ,accompanied ord -as endorsing.: the project for a co urses to more Ender Id company and other material. ( backing,of hear groups ,of.citizens laying plans.
enntJ"'. road fund asKa I.share of the by.the'band, wits so much park. The city council approves -of \ Mae Shnmway a reader of his judgment.. for thebest. use of. the reclaimed .
pe u obil. /, enjoyed'at.her.: firstappearance the idea to the extent that it has allowed plays a harpist par excellence, and He ,i was born in Attica, Indiana acreage.' ,The",suggestion most '*re-;
: the program was repeated on accountof .lights to .be placed there. And an unusual artist In Impersonations. October 26 1868 and came to Kis quenuy heard Is that the fill, as Soon
Iii:/ Kinney stated thai 'tbe'board insistent "request. the second I the sentiment is < had. .!.1I.ot.: Instructed: him to requUltlw time proved'as popular as''before., option has been secured by the the high school auditorium as the by his widow and five sons, to provide a park;
wtia material as would be More features of this.sort are- contemplated women interested in the making of last number of the lyceum'course Cyril W. Nave with the Atlantic Refining where the Tohopekaligan breezes maybe .i
necessirrVvi had that"If the,proposal t before the band closes-its. this park and the land.can be bought which the Woman's Club. of Kissim Company, in Brazil South enjoyed.lonJr with the beau of
was agreed to by the eountythat: ....on. ". ?f; for $1160.... fdt'I.' M. V. Boyer who Is met has provided this winter. At America; F. Arthur Nave, of Attica the water.' Of 'course ,the' plan of "
work would commence: as soon as d.* handling''the transaction, is givingher present a deficit i* the most tangible Indiana; Charles O. Nave.: student aLeland ,. having the band stand transferred to
Hvery of material could be. stetted.IHia..stimat. : EIGHTH. GRADE MAKES 'services, and this amount includes feature of the .course, Stanford University; Paul V. the new park is still discussed such
of the cost :::01' the $U, FOR PIANO, FUND' no realty commission. Some thoroughly enjoyable entertainment student at Osceola high school, a plan in no way interfering with the:
amount' of work'.to be done approxl- money has been paid in, and the com which baa been provided so. far, I.beJ'Olld N.vel Henry J. Nave, the ,0unl'4.t. park promoters.
i (Contlau4 on Past Feu' --The eighth grade has just comple.ted mittees of women are.soliciting fur m .llurl Now, comes the now in the grade schools 0 r
a'' candy sale which-netted them thel''fmrds." U-the-required amountis moat unusual and "different", numberOf mee., Mrs. Nave and Arthur Paul
M2 for their piano fund.*.The candy not raised by 'April '16, the date ofexpiration them aiL It presents th.twofold and Henry were in Kissimmee at the BERRIES SHIPPED
CITY COUNCIL PASSESA was*furnished by the Tonraine -Company of the option, all money opportunity to enjoy and to help. time he was t:kon. A brother, A. P. '. .
of Philadelphia, which company paid will be returned. But the sponsors The program by Mae Nave lives at Mount Victory Ohio.
- offered three prizes to the pupil for of the movement expect no such matte patriotic, : selection which quick- Funeral services will be held tomorrow "IN- FREEZER CARS' ;
HEALTH ORDINANCE the' selling. hazel .Overstreet won: calamity believing they do that Shumway Enderly opens with a dra- from the family residence at ;
first price with sales amounting to generous support will come to themin ens the pulse and stirs the blood of Church .nd' Sproule streets, after
$2 .20. Don Oliver sold $22.40 and their endeavors. the true American and makes his which the body will be shipped to his Carload Shipped' In Crates
Mosquito ordinance BackedBy won second, while the ,third went to In addition to the money pledges country seem more dear to him. It former home in Indians. ''In Refrigerator
Health Board Jeanette Lucas, for selling $9.60 various donations have been promisedof is a helpful and hopeful message and Monday
State worth trees and shrubbery to border the is followed by something "Just for BUSINESS WOMEN WILL Car 75,000 Quarts Now ;
Passed Tuesday Night two divisions Of the eighth already laid sidewalka. The park the children's sake" Then comes a HAVE BUSINESS MEETINGThe

grade contested in the selling, and I with the addition of these improvements new feature on lyceum platforms. The week has brought the total
'" Kissimmee took '''a definite step '8B proved winners, thereby getting and a few ornamental and use- Accompanied by a real old Irish harp social program of the regular strawberries from Kissim
forward in'its campaign for mosquito luncheons served by. 8A, the losers ful benches, can be. made another the artist sings some of the songs meeting of the",Business and Professional output in of this the first year of its infant -
its city beautiful asset to Kissimmee. When of the of "Old Women's Club will not occur mee
control Tuesday night when Roliff' has traded her lot and tells some legends industry to more than 75,000 ,
Mrs. E. S.
council at Its regular March meeting the Ina and the the required amount for purchase has Ireland," the Ireland of long ago. next Tuesday night as scheduled, on Last Monday 4,160 quarts
Newby passenger
+..p.. d'to a final reading and adoptoJ.V.the between station for the Mtlar place been secured, and the transaction The romance and witchery of that account of the Women's Club lyceum rolled quarts.for the northern markets in a
propused ordinance look*nr to'sward Fish Lake made the committees will deed the long gone day are lifted from the number. The regular business meeting in addition to some
mile beyond
eradication. of breeding places about where the a Rollffa are now moving, place to the city. This agreement is ashes of a dead and distant past and. will be held at 7:30 at the, Newby five hundred car quarts going forward as

-for"mosgsitoes. This ordinance is and expect to make their home. specified in the text of the subscription made vivid and real. Inn. usual In the pony _refrigerators.Prices .
one proposed by the state board of Ii list. Knowing that "all the world loves about the. sameas
have ranged
health 'and endorsed by the local It is further specified that all mon- a lover," and a bride too Miss Ender. W. J. STEED WILL BE the week before. Secretary: O'Ban-
'Chamber of Commerce; and is des COtONEL QAN'MORGAN ey subscribed shall'be .paid to How- ly presents a flashlight of the peasant of Os'...ola Growers heltaves. ,
signed to become. part of the statewide ard M. Katz to be held by him in life of Europe from the standpoint I non. from the northern
movement te-redaeo the whining trust until the full amount has been of the wedding costumes and : THE CITY ATTORNEYCity from his advices little better pricescan
I melody of the disturbers of sleep who SMITH TALKSTONIGHT secured and the transaction completed ceremonies in many of the European markets be a Easter .pproach.ea. .
breed in stagnant water. Tha complete with the further stipulation that lands. Real imported costumes are expected: as
ordinance is published tlaewhere: '--r should insufficient money be raisedto used, with thirty seconds for each Commissioners Will have,already
of the
Valiant'Commander Of The deal he' shall return Many growers
in this Issue'of The Gazette. complete the transformation. Universal acclaim is from'northern ,
Another forward move WAIl the decision "Battalion Of Death" At all moneys paid in to the donor. rendered to this part of a program in Retain Present Firm nurseries ordered their to set plants now to make-.June
of the-council to refuse the offer thereof. A number of donations have which no part is dulL As Legal AdvisorsKribbs have already set
of a buyer for the> city ditching Christian Church already been received and the committee In deference. to this program, and 1 them.runners.The outlook for next, year Is
of machinery consisting of Mrs. W. H. Farmer with desire to help all other helpful :
machine. Said a
be devotedto
r has reposed in idle grandeur in the Colonel Dan Morgan Smith, widely Mrs. B. 0'Bannon and Mrs. S. organizations of the community the and Steed, present city attorneys that a bigger acreage will
the councilmantc form culture th" year
under n
adjA- the commander in Franceof Latta working hard to secure local the American strawberry
middle of the indefinable area known as are very post of Legion
and of Death," and and to provide this of government for the town of Kissimmee in spiti of the practicallyunknown
cent to the lake for the put year the "Battalion the balance has postponed its regular meeting comparedwith
many people .had come to.the1 conclusion ranked as onvof America's foremost needed addition to the beauty, pleasure which was. scheduled for the same ev city will be appointed cityattorneys low market this. year as realize
the But the
new the nest. growers
heard In Kissimmee desirability Kiaiimmee.
that It'was an expansive ornament orators wjll be and ening.
of the city of Kissimmee, accordingto that the same conditions
be converted! at the Christian church at 8
into legal.and might tender. The recent suo- o'clock. The Colonel will deliver his WALTER. BASS GETS FREE MATINEE AT missioners-elect.information gained from the com veer contributed can the happen low marketthis....''n.. and ,.

cess of the filling operations coupled along with stirring" and lecture the "The reports Spirit of of America cities- FATHER'S POSITION CASINO MARCH 17 W. J. Steed, active member of the there are few quitters among those
the lake front however press far the duties are con- chance" this s
indicate firm so as city who "took A year. "
bv L. A. where he has given this lecture: "
the admirable suggestions talk the Chamber that Kissimmee's citizens who do Governor Hardee Notifies Son Of Deceased State Board of Health Speaker Will cerned, was highly complimented at This month Is the time to sot plants ,
Hamilton in his reawakened the not hear It will miss a wonderful op Registration Officer Of Make Address And Show Mosquito the last meeting of the council\ on account for June runners from which will ,./
of Commerce, having and His Coning Appointment Film On Official Moequlto'CaT of the effective work he has come the plants for next season'spatrh.
desire to see the bulkheading gen- portunity.Judge been doing for the past severalmonths Growers who want the association -
.v .oral inmprovementa on the waterfront the Houghten introduced of Bay City Colonel, Michigan Walter C. Bass received a letter Dr. H. S. Geiger. city health officer, in collecting delinquent taxes to rt plants for than nhould .
I time .t
completed. A majority one the words "He has the Thursday from Governor Hardee advising announces that plans for the official and other important legal matte's of vet in touch with Secretary O'Ben- 4
councilmen and the citizens of presentat Smith with of Sunday and him that he had been recommended "Mosquito Day" proclaimed by Acting the city. It was then that two of non ...t r,"('e. K'xulfmee. and Oceola
sincerity Billy
Tuesday's-meeting were would simple for appointment as supervisorof the councilmen who are commission county, have thin year proved they :
I .
inion that the ditching machine the eloquence of Jennings said registration for Oseeola county to Mayor A. S. Gilbert. for Saturday ers-elect imparted the Informationthat can prow strawberries second to none I' ,
shortly come into its own as the work! Bryan." The Bay City Tribune ful fill the unexpired term of his father, March 17, are going ahead rap the new commissioners were so and those who have studied the ones t
progresses. The councilmen therefore 'i of him afterwards "The speaker. introly W. C. Bass, Senior whose untimely idly.The well satisfied with the present city tion moat snv the industry should be ? r.
ordered the check of the tentative ur.d.ppta'- the.unique' death shocked the county last week. latest popular feature to be ad- attorney that they had determined to continued. In double amount: each .
buyer returned with the Informatlon duction.: : The governor wrote that this appointment : ded will be a moving picture matinee make no change in that'office under year, until this section shall become
(-> that the ditcher was not for sale..ICtty.Attorneys Tho lecture will be free to the publie would be made and that the and very interesting-' }discussion onmosquito the new regime which enters,its term the producing section which itssoilsmak ,, % ;
.Kribba.and ..Steedprreported *-.sad everyone Is'invited. necessary papers,would be forwarded control b representativeof of'oft\e. next Friday. possible..
collection of more than-six board'of health. It" . ,1 s
state have served
WALLACE BELL RESTING shortly. :the Kribbs and> Steed > as ''' '
thousand dollan.'In delinquent-taxes; f EASIER FROM ACCIDENT The new appointee was born''. In plAnned' to' have, the school children city attorneys for Kissimmee since '>.Clock golf"tea,and a general -rood.
&during the month of....February ind&RJV. ) Kissimmee and has lived here an his parade that, day headed by rthe-Xis. May'of. last year. ' : .k:;:' time will be.the order<< of the dnyTne-.
J...Steed who;:was present at the he attended Band**!' and a" daywhich 1'''.' I. '
-Wallace: Bell lit according to reports life except during the time sinrmee. Concert. at tIIe L' A.Hamiltonhorns '' ?'
Ida, afternoon .;
I '". meeting was' !handed a'few bouquets iihls, -morning/ resting easier at the state university at Gainesville.He should be of decided benefit' tocommunity MOTHERS'" .' >..;(,.'i Shoreaeres,'*. ;',adjoining 'the o't".
; ?for.hls good work, In this respect-for the.Orlando hospital l He was injur: has been associated In business the la anticipated., ,'Tbe"memory.TwMcJa- was""post.- Country;;Club.,at .a. garden "-party W ..
I; *'* put several nUua"w1th psrtietolar Wednesday when he was struck bypiece with his father and J hla large acfquatntance fMlssilelea 7 who J because ;of'-)b.Bu..ea1h; be ravers by. Samt JohnVGuild. Cars *. ft.'
called pond '
' 'eIU1tabe Bass was *
c. 'f felicitations the a< of;timber.. hurled)'from the throughout' the county home held At Chapter' House- on will be.;provided;"to takeeverybody, ,';",
be %
studies at, the state will
Chairman her
from '
, \ i shortest month'of the-year. '_H. ,'was '..carried'to.Orlandowhere'h eminently fits him for the position to In- who wishes to keyingtheof'Commevaabout Chamiher' *f:
Light and saw. college at,.Tallahassee .by the deathof Friday, at 8:80 p. m.. March 11 : EO': .
ILi Ksts.fhe him.. -
., M. shortly will appoint :
,t .'w.. operated upon, which the governor her ritatione previously 'extended: continue a:Po' .A- -
will t'tIUa."wltb
;l Power Committeereported that' after mdnlghtrby._ D e.-'Crist, and Blg'3IriBad.'staited: :to-1 mother;i her.-,ather two weeks, ,,before returning with ;:same.: 'eordlal: desire -of ac collection: wffl be tabltor th e wb.aa'a .
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.The weekly citrus review by Ii'. L. BONNIE DELLE .

Commissioner Thomas Eatill,, of Skelly as issued from the office of the < Mrs. W. S. 0- .. becauac:

Malaria ADd Yellow Fever. M Stnngtr To This Section: Army activities in the eastern and Oranges 'The demand has continued + / liAlll WOHK A ) : "h.
Will War On House Vet Variety southern states, will t.iake a. motor good with widespread distribution rl ty
tour through Florida in March and during the week. Prcies generally' 09 Phone 235 105 Park I ,:,\.
)L (Dy H. S. Geiirer. M: D, City Health will stop at twenty cities and towns have been very satisfactory with top + (

Officer.) for meetings/ and brief addresses to figures being realized for fancy oranges HoHo< <,,
Mankind i ill now enraged in n war the people. in some of the larger markets. ,
more serious than the late World The commissioner will arrive in Receipts from California the past I
Ii' War' with a loss of ten million lives Atlanta, from New York, on March I week were not as large: asfthey maybe \IT B. DIe K E R S j J 0.
-a war of mankind against insects.It I V, and will remain in the southern '! anticipated to be ...Iuringthecoin.. I

' is said on good authority that metropolis until March 14, to preside 'lag/ week. Last estimates from Cali- COXTUACTOK:.:..:..=! u !!.: : j.In j. '" ., '."
'II'he plague, carried and spread' solely by at the annual congress of the southern -'foinia. indicate totul citrus c.op of Wood, llrlck-- or fioli! . -.."
the rat flea, has destroyed more lives division of the Salvation Arm '. I that state is expected to reach GO,112'carloads. Uilflc-la.vliiH niul riast< ,,-. :,"
than all the the worl I has ever I '':' '
wars His motor tour in Florida will begin . Of thia orange nnd grupa'fiuit '
eeen. on the 16th, at Dayjona Bench!, and :sh'pironts' ;\ are estimated l at 48- :BBI niitcK M'I'III ': I I ',
Florida has n'' laxt become aroused! :
COand/ will end on the SJSth at. 7.VI: c,:i loads. Up to February 21 1 a
to the necomiitof. waging a most Diiyiona, Pulatku and .luc-kni rivillo. 'I total of 12,242 carloads. of (California 5;. F. KIUHB8 W 'I ;.:.',:
vigorous/ warfare against mosquitoes, ('ommisnioner' KKtill'n lb '' (lI'allhad. movo-l. This would .
the pest which in preventing her from he people will be anlicipalt.iith tne.iiKe!: leave: :'Ml.ftll\ cars remaining'lu: In"""( I KRIBBS & STEED I

occupying Sisterhood of fully States the which position rightfully in the great interest ns he in not only one I(i! )"rom Culifoinia. Prospects) are thai I %(*orsere ..d ounrieT If II f
of"the highest officer in th<- nrjrnnization I Ifrcfid Florida oranges should continue ,I KUnlmmrr EirldiiGeneral
belongs to her that of Health Cen-
but also authortv I Mo h(. takoil teudily at good ices. : .. II I
ter and Playground for the Nation. a Irec-ojrnize/ pi pr.<*ll *> In nil
>n noiiiil I and humanitarian ucti-I Giapcfiuil: Notwithstanding the I IJact |I !!I..<... < ..IIr'
The interest in eradicate.iihas
the niooquito 'h'. He I that l'.nKIlerahle"lulI.r) .
becnine iciii
\ a Sni'qt Arm > a I
become statewide and with this
In HIC in view a conference was, held in lny- .officer when a young iiinn> aid I hiii/ I Ixcrvcd It-iapefiuit remain tc be moved, the1 I' XT JOHNSTON::: O. .I' ;
the oigunizatioii, in important demand. is good.( With the tinij- fo'j! |
tons December 6 1922 and the
executive posts in England, ''seveie, weather in many of I the !large'ItnilikotK JOHNSTON &
Florida Anti-Mosquito Association AUI.tI"uI1a'l
h was organized. South Africa and Japan. I : ( )practically past the avouu.-- A TTOnNI YS-A T-LA Feed?
burning theMirirtion of nfTair in the ,of distribution for grapefruit, anonsidoiably I
has Kixpimmce.its share of owing these to its location ,1I..t..1'I'r. \ '.."!.X !"f, ''he United) (' increa!9'I. There coitt I Offlit10! : 11 and l 12, O (' ,
and has
0 pcbtx, Stilton. ho' for. ceveriil tinues be; ..ideiublc) discrimination Building.KI.SSI.MMII .
WJIH sears "ommi..iollt'r .: 0 ( z -
decided to take an active part in this I but
campaign and make determined effort of the central! ti-irilory I in I I the melt\ et of sizes, but dc..II"1 ,; : :. Ki. I the
0 to rid itself of the mosnuito nuisance with hcadutiarters in Chi"IIr'Vlt It ,able fruit ii* mwtinir.: .with a hay fails
this varied background! of activity :JMitUfaitory "nfeplion.Tjinju'rinix : I I
I as far as possible. : of diet
11'he and experience) it can( readily I be been : The supply' it nowpriKtirally I : to
There are three kinds of I ., ,
: mosquitoes } I [ Milt..n 1'1.\1: I mmlt.' I- 1 : "
that hit utteinncos on subject of na- \hauMcil. ittetittalts i
which' t get
here' in
concern us Florida! ,, / .
namely, Stegomyia/ Fn ('ialll. the ivos-' lanaI and intcrnattomxl, significanceare 1if (rood, >|ualitv fiurt" have been' at I I I'l.KIHiKH; ; & It.\\ ';,
quito of Yellow Fever, the Anophelch, / worthy of f\tiiioidiiiai\v I :and, Inirlin\ irt-s. I liot! ]<;!h p-mr tanifei ;ine-* ,
which carries in its blood the 1'las- I thmiiclitful. I consideration. haMIn outfit! only low pi ire*. KOI \ i-r'i'( : \L-L.l \; 'I. \ \ : :! ; : ; water.
I When asKcd to indicate, in a-Kiincv the I liilttncc (.f 1 t this; M-ns'iii, t tangerine, .. !
modium of Malaria and "ulox Fati- ,. IiiilIh.. : ;
I "1 I-- I 1.11.1.: I II : :: plenty of
00p gans, the last named heing I the ordinary -I I the I l Kuhjects be would .Iicu4ikit 1II1; 'wi'I:1 lie onutU I fiuiii thu re\iew. .
house mosquito and responsible I his Flriiila toti i-. I ire Cert for the cf I'IIjd :v l <-I i incut of I he lifiu'iul !husinc. s sit '
DengueFever. 10'1'- -
1 1CM tunatdy, Kissimmee at piesent, and "I ciiiinot ny just now I shall 4(0mj ( IloIli i i'n, me \idrnt,, (Cotton, iron anilsteel ===-_= == :::

:for many years back, has f. l>een fiei- \Iji'st to deliver ;i \\iuth-uliile, h.uc leaihcd i the highi-it lovi I - - I :: ;f: a feed of
from the Anopheles nnd Yellow l I"\ mt's-aJ{<', and i for I his leitson I am at I mce I lll.'d.! :! TinilfiiMiiil) 1 for in a u fit t-- ,I I \
nob 1'1'1:1.' "-rix:: < H-.II: \ : : ;
t-r carriers have novel [been discoverd i' |m--'tiit nttinir all the infniirntion I I II' tuit-il\ piodiuts\ .iserv 1 strongith; ; I
here. I': can about 1 conditions. s-ocial, spirit | cumulated unfilled ordci.t in\|\ I '
rid re The idea of entirely oxtei'minatiiu-, lual) and ",'onol1li-ln I th(- south. Also I lines reaching! i lonsiileinlile. i ft g u rem.. I P PI JESSIE I). I
should I am <'HU'ii\i,rinjf to jot mosquitoes not be expectedfor JTSTICE; OK .\( II II i :: .
they, .like the poor, are to be constantly from current activities. in ;New; Voik. no .small factor in assuring tin- I :
with us. hut the menace mil)' and vicinity that will be of interest buying power in the ('(.n! a be controlled by diminishing tin'number. to (the people down ltCie."fheie which i1 licneliciiil to nil "..tlI'OIl. I !
rnIn is one, meKsajji' I that I ('.in ';amIk'l fiesh fruits !

Mosquitoes hieed wherever there is Kind! in advance; that i is, 1 am not I II OR. R. J. ?
standing! water. The female mosquito going through Florida simply and I CAME"HOME[ ioliE{ I
must have water on which to deposit -I only to impart information. I "inten I I DENTIST

d her eggs. Breeding places include to Ionrn/ II great deal while I am down ,. Over the Postofflce.3FKICIO .
stagnant pools, streams and I there. It i lit H line thing for n man in ;' "Thu-e yearago I came home : 1IOUU8: 9 to 11.10.
rin ditches and tin cans, tin pails, buckets public life to get out of the forgi- Chinking t 2 of ::1! weeks, would be mv Residence Phone
barrels, kegs, tubs, sagging gutters cities, especially out of such centersas : limit to livt' I had! suffered forT> 174Office
!, rain barrels, and cisterns filledor I New York and Chicago, lit frequent rears from tolic attacks and oeverelier .
n partly filled with water. Even the intervals. He must keep in I and stomach trouble., I hap- I
waterpitcher in the spare bed room, touch with the thought and heart of I ipened' to( ,i-i-e an ad\eitisement of '
if it is! not emptied every two or three the I people in the .smaller places as Mnyr's Wondt-rful Kemeily and purjchased P. A. VANS AGNEWATTOItNETATLAW 'I
days, is a potential breeding place. well as in the cities. It is the only j I 1 a bottle at the drill: store and J
: Weeds in the back yard and on vacant way he can know with certainty what 'after taking the first 1 doxe I felt In-t- |
I lots must also be incriminated.To I the nation Its a whole i is thinking |t"-r than I had* for 15 I )" 'lIrlt. I am I r OKFICKS

II control mosquito breeding, the about." now in the l bet of health--thanks toMayr'u Winter Park. Florida I II ITl'KNER
I, breeding placus must be eliminated. Tile commissioner' Florida itineraiy : Wonderful, lU-medy.: It I'emoves I I II I IooHo
Destroy the breeding place and you I i.s a.s follows: March It';, Daytona) the ratarrhal mucus from the I
destroy the ability of the mosquitoto Ileucb and, ('(>(" )1171h; Miami, 18th, intestinal trcct nnd allays the inflanimation ( -
propagate. The remedy, there West Palm Beach; 20th. Fort Pierce I which causes practically nil 4
fore is obvious. The following statement and TitUHville; 21st, Deljuid and Or- \'|' stomach IA'er' and intestinal ailments. : ;; MARBLE &
from Col. J. Y. Porter, president l lumlo; 22d: Barlow and Tumpa; 23d: including appendicitis. One dose will 4 COMPANV TAMPA
of the Florida Anti-Mosquito Plant City and Tampa; 24th, Clearwater convince or money refunded! at .1. Z 4 0Co

Association, ,\ mosquito control campaign: "The Lakeland; 27th, Kissimmee and Sanford everywhere.SCHOLARSHIPS. 4 00
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individual householder is responsible! and the 23tb. Daytona, J Palatka, TN --- M. J. Crowder, Agent,
in 'great measure for the success of r and Jacksonville.' : (U.Uf 4 .
a campaignagainst. the mosquito I Inquiries from organizations in ;I :MAR SCHOOl. SUBJECTS .-
nuisance. It is not no much the mon these various places who have heardof FOR AnJI.T.'ITIZ"( H !
-I problem in civic the commissioner's tour through .. ... T
ey affairs that would ; !Men : .: .
be'-' conducive to a successful campaign private I sources!, and whose members ando11n of Florida over 4
as it is individual co-operation wish to hoar him l speak, are already i I 1 twenty-one yeam of age, who, because M. TILLER 'i't.!
ana effort. If every householder will being' received at the headquarters of : of misfortune or otherwise
I i
J ''constitute himself or herself" sanitary .' the southern division of the Salvation were unable to finish their grammar I. Real Estate i
inspector of his or her'premises, i Army, 39-41 Luckie street Atlanta. school education, can do so privatelyand
the problem :ii not hard to solve.! without embarrassment by taking Film. LIFE. AM)
correspondence study courses of' *. INSURANCE!
itchea' must be cleaned 'out and IN MEMOItlU.M.Deeply
pools of standing water drained --,.... fered by the state through the general 4 INDEMNITY UONDS
.filled in. The marsh around the lake or .J impressive and very b auV extension division, of the University 4 E
low swampy places within a mileand tiful in Its. simplicity was the funeral of Florida. A large number of .. .. .
a half of the city, ditches and all ',seivice of Walter C. Bass. held in the j j mature citizens are taking those ;
Methodist church, Sunday afternoon' courses and the age of the students
mall J bodies
;>> ..of.water: that cannot be :
Mawh 4.. iun I1S high( 1111 03: years. The I
arainea or nnca in must be sprayed,, S. B.
The of nil students
or sprinkled with crude oil or kerosene chancel and pulpit wore completely age taking corres .
every two weeks. The reason bidden by the piofusion) of .i pondencc .study courses is 28 yearswhich ,
that oil Is used in this Is. wonderully beautiful floral offerings shows that the general exten-
that a thin film spreads over the giving mute testimony of love ariiesteem I sion division in. reaching citizens I {
surface -
and real who, because of business ties and t
of the water and wigglers, (the a very it was: "I
Ust stage of mosquito development) to have the church KJ filled) with { family responsibilities cannot finish REAL ESTATEand :
.:.. their
friends education in
a number of whom other
I : which breathe through their tails, cam tiny way.
cannot get air through the oil film long distances just to be present. I A number of scholarships in gram .ILJ -

and therefore die and rink: to the As the services began Rev. W. C. .i iliac school subjects are available dur I
bottom. Noiton, pastor in charge, entered the ing March in every county in the ,f .
Our houses should be, of course, I church levcrcntly reading' the impressive !'tute. The list of subjects includes: FIRE ;

4: thoroughly screened, and the screens I words from Jchn 14th Chapter Spelling arithmetic, letter writingpenmanship .

kept in good repair. If it is necessary -I beginning, "I I am the way,, the English, geography ot -.
to have rain barrels or cisternson truth and the life" while the casket United States, civil service! and bis

your premises they should, he was borne forward by the active pall- tory.For 11 Darlington '
1? screened, or the surface treated with beal'ers-J. Wade Tucker, J. McPhatter -. fuithcr information, addressthe
oiL I D. O. Wagner, C. W. Griffin. W. : Genera] Extension )Division, University -

It has been found that a certain B. Harris, and M. M. Miller. The I of Florida, Gainesville.
variety of minnow the mbusia destroy honorary pallbeaicrs were It. C. IVteison. -I -
Mike- I hear that
mosquito larvae in great num I M. W. Ehy, I. L. Maronev, A. in a .shirt factory. you are working CITY 1
bers. If we stock the lake and ditches M. McCauley, G. W. Persons, H. M. Ike Yes heard
Pfann, and Geo. T. Si ler. right.
I with this special kind of
minnow. I I I Alike-Well, why aren't work- I
it will be a great aid to ditching and The choir sang "Abide With !Me," inK thin week ? you MEAT
drainage. Will There Be any Stars In My I ,
) I ,Ikn-Oh, we are making
Crown nightshirts
\ Every man, woman and child III and !Miss Adah C. WagneramiJ. this' week.-Gold -
and Bla
Klclmmee[ W. Tucker "In The Gar <-k.
; should join in this laud sang II
able den." These favorites of -- -- Fresh
., movement. If we can lid our songs were Mea.t
community of mosquitoes it will not the deceased and by his special te- _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
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, ,. -.: only add to our health and comfort, quest the lalitnamedVRII sung at his Vegetables
but will make Kixsimmee more attractive funeral. Uev. Norton read the 90th
I'sulm and his remarks bore I
.' to our northern visitors and tributeto '
: thus be of material benefit us well. the value of a righteous life. :

,' \.'1 Had Mr. Bass lived until March 1C. I Phone 44 .
0..0..0. -c. lie would have completed Kl .years of >

t .l Chamber Commerce/( life.Fourteen . a' :
years he served as' city I -
/ ;:.: t Notes- .1 I alderman many years on the county ,

U..1. nunROWB. Ru..r'lnryA school hoald and on the board of i

I . I Htewards of the Methodist) church. I
.. VVVVYVV99999999 f !t., The following information has rp- in church or state was the place he NEWBY Y INN (
cently been Chamber received ffom the Melbourne I held in the hearts of men. :

',. the of Commerce regarding This quiet, simple, modest' unus- ,
araffice over the Kissim- ,
. Ruming, gieut heaited friend of man
mee-Melbourne"The highway: who worked among us pel,'formed as _ _ _ Home For Those Away From I
I I ighway carefully and
ia open for traffic via de'our every Sure relief l''
public duly as if it were a private
through St. John's Section. Attractively Decorated I I
Point of trust and n personal' obligation. In I .
detour is. noted on road. Drive one all his daily conversation there was I' from rheumat pain! ,
south onto flat cars an-1 d-;q- ever uppermost the abiding uineiple'JAt Weekly Rates I ,
charged at Patterson ; I
Station three- Whether have
something good be S'\I id." This you sufferedfor
quarters of a mile from the !Mel- ifddcn rule and rode of citizenship I years! or are experiencing! Phone 221 Euellent. ;
bourne-KisKiinmee ..Il
High- 'ay. Charge inherent in all his
I- for transportation is conduct is the rheumatic pain for the first '
$1.00. simmee.le a 'Walter C. Bass wills! to Kis- 'I' time-Sloan's Liniment will ;

President J. Y. Porter of the t
Key bring you'quick sure relief. '
of letters and
.. West Chamber of telegrams
Commerce advises '
aU secretaries to be on the look out have come to the immediate: .families\ Apply Sloan's to those NEID'S HEALING !

for a young man taking money for bereft-from friends in all walks, of stiff, sore joints.' Its tingling ; \
securities or Insurance policies ta be life'exprelO1lng! terms of-love and endearmentgjfcr penetrating warmth brings! '-
delivered later one who "lived by the comfort Recommended : ,f.-.
J' ".) as a party obtained side of immediately Be. for Rheum U "h.I .- .
the '
several 1 hundred road, and was a friend of ... all kinds
j' dollars in Key Weet, man." fore rou': realize it the pain of Skin Diseases and
; .', but failed tq,, deliver the bonds or pol- C. 3. F. has disappeared. ach Troubles. k;

Jcies. 11_,'urges that the pepple should i Undef: the direction ofjtbe! :tfnited: Sioan'Linbuent will make : ; "_" .,: .
; you
t ronise A1aom1iterl t
firms and nidividuala whlhfJ'.ImCf" States l water for 1
biological survfl1foree *>f ..tealbe/ how unnecessary: it (is tq . ; : .
" .' .:r 264 hunters, trappers and.poisoners 'suffer,iron rheumatic pain todat __,l._ ._ 1 ,
... ')wr' '1 in Jnilnd1thAtMj.l) l >/ has' employed In the.west'and in,,1922 The:molt''.robbom and chronic tilled over_ 80,000' wplves wild fCaleId'tOOan'L1 Ii' ) 'i ifJik.
1bee11. degnste4.asM! ,cats : ;
4 .JCissiatm..... Iforth r',notkes ulto.D.J'" of-this. for. mwtin: bqnt' :: '' saved I ,!. 'IWtliiizfpJt;}, : : : IIJti.QWn? ; \, '"; \

:- event. ,,will) .beub1Iah.d'i&ter. ? I !The Jyer.skins stock.sold:)ivslneatovert f<<.000,00a. .....rbMte........................,,1>Ht eoa.s. Order .From q. : ,m ; h," '
' .... !! for '3,202/: ., ,. -- ---J;; .I'boni 208 \ ( ; :.;
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r .- I Florida 'CARD OF THANKS, I 1 .AIUIe. 4\, WM. IL OVKRHOLTZKXU: Klnll11-r irk\: ,
AMERItAJTESEGION I P 'Development ; :' This Corporation anal I havA luccea- ....... Florlda, 230 shares .. s ;
I j Board Notes I Wee wish to thank our many friends GEEMJOETHAT .lon by' Its corporate! ham rp.t..nJ'". O'' y.< KJtlQB8,! Kl.*lmme;;bi ,:Fiorina.. .: ;
for their kind r and i. to *xlt perpetually, 1 .hire. ,. ,l
I *'OWSLEYDENOUNCES WAR -The\ attention in our very 1 Article t. -K. w; J, StKEO: : Iclisltnmee?, Ftortaa, t .iIJ I i
adjourned meeting of the deep sorrow and for the beautiful, 'flRED' '1'b. business ol the corporation shall share. ''. "f
GRAFfER2L. Florida' Develo1ment Board'will be floral tribute paid to our beloved hus FEEIJNj b. conducted by,' a President, Vlcn- I IN WITNESS WHKRHOP wo have !
contractor held in the Seminole hotel auditorium band and father. J'mldent .' Secretary and Treasurer, hereunto our hand and gala, hU ;
profiteers and war who Jacksonville March 14 at you feel run, down and half- and such ether :ofnoeru andV ajrnt a- I the let day of March, A. U. 1933. ,-
fabulous sums out of the beginning MRS. W. C. BASS. DO all may from .time to time b* elected ,,r'ppolnted'knd WnL Overholtaer., (SEAL)
govrnmcnt the time? Are
made 10 a. m., for the purpose of consider MISS HELEN BASS. you thin. also by a Doard of 1>Urecierg 0. K, Krlbb CHEAL ; .
tho better
during warhad. go ing amendments to the by-laws to WALTER C BASS JR. pale easily tired-TO enemy no composed of not lea than three \f.: J, Steed (SEAL) I
down to Washington and .quare up', conform with amendments ambition, no"pep" (I) or more than' seven (7) membora. ." : 'JI
tho' American Legion will get af,. to the Now Is The 'number ef director?shall befixed STATE Av FLORIDA.COUNTT > j, .
After the
of"investigation .
to take Glide'sPeptoMangan.
charter adopted at the meeting on years and by the Stockholder III. the, bylaws .. )8ht. I
tor them and see that Natonal'Comid February 6: to elect district direc digging in the sands of Egypt explorers < It will brace you up, ., from tIme ,to time. and the. of'l OF OSPK6lAUK > '!o : J 1
was tho declaration of tore; and for consideration of have found the tomb of King give you a delightful feeling of vigor ..r.' shall .be elected or appointed. All IT KNOWN. That before me the . it
mander Alvin .Owsley of the American ether business any Tutankhamen who ruled the and ambition enrich blood, build .prescribed by the by-lawa. undersigned Notary Public In and forthe '1(, 'j
: which 'country *
might como-be bring Tho hold two offl State of Florida. County of Oo.rola !
same person may *
Legion<< at'a recent meeting heldin of the Nile about firm, solid flesh and the healthy .
fore an .meeting of the corporation. 1,360, B. C.; or 3,270 cea. personally appeared Wm., H Overholtavr. '
M uncle, Indiana.. .annual color back to your skin. The' following. named persons ..hatsbe O. K. Krlbba and W.' J. Steed. I I
Mr. Owsley mod an earnest plea I NOTlt OK APPLICATION, Your druggist Ma Glide's-Liquid : the offleer to conduct. bualneairof to m.-lcnown and known to be th* Individual ;
the oaf the Company until the Officer and In and who anbacrtned their 4 .. I
for the punishment of contractorswho Development beef and In .or solid,aa you prefer.' I \
dairy tho
County Judge's Court. daceola : Director of the Company who shall I Ibo names to the foregoing Proposed Char,1
he alleged stole millions of dollars cattle industry in tick free or work. County State of Florida In. H... Kin elected at the first election of<>ffl- {, tel'. and they acknowledged I they !
during the completion of war counties in Florida will be given rltorf: Johnnlo Itpbertu Iironaon, a GudeVtoMangan cars of said Compnny shall. b*qualified I'' executed .the same 'for .the purpoae t.; ,
contracts. He characterized the wide : WM. H. OVKRHQI/rKBR. ,Preeldegtand . therein expressed.WITNESS .
ply publicity through a series of ""
Notlcu Is hereby given to all whom Treasurer my name' and official seal
airplane construction aa the biggest articles by William Jackson, assistant It may concern that r. Mary I). Ilron. a. K. at Klanlminee In the County of Oace- i. 'j-
ft*,al 1 ]in tho history of America. live stock editor, United States bureau yon. ,'' n. OuaMlan of Johnnie Roberts P W J.. TEED.'r..flesident: ola and State of Florida on this th*' ..
"I know men and I can give of animal Dromon,. a minor will on the 11th day and Wm..HrOverholtser. O. V.' Xrlbb lit day of March, A. 1>. l ll.JHBBIH ),
you industry who has recently of April A. IX 1B23 apply to the lionornble and '\ '. J. Steed ahall be the Director. O. KI.KINMAK. .' ,!
their names, who profited a Hundred, visited' Gadsden Palm Beach, T. I*. Comer"Ju two hundred, three hundred millionsof Brownrd and Dade counties, by request tYJu.tA' Court In KIo"mme.1 In said be at the nrlncloal place of business of My.Comralaalon ,expire. 11.>1S-X4.. -4:L
dollars out of those airplane contracts" of the Florida DevelopmentBoard County at Ten O'clock A.M., or M . .. -.'' 1 the corporation: tb.'seeeud'Monday' Notarial Seal). .. a
noon thereafter na the mattur can be In April., lu rMfach ,iyear. eommenclnar
he asserted. to officials in Washington, that heard for authority to sell at private --r4 with th i -year 1913..fir not a legal holf, -- Pn
"Not a single battlo plane made by the achievements following eradication aalo the undivided one-alxth Interestof day and 4t a legal holiday. t he\ 0" the.
American contractors reached tho of cattle fever ticks be writtenup JohnnJ Roberta Dronaon. a minor 'LOGIC-AND OTHER THINGS.: next *uoeVslve business' day. ':
In tho following doacilbed real Article I. j"
front, though the government' made an and made available to the people In HaM County, IGwIt: entitle 1 Tale. corporation shall adopt an appropriate l7 .
expenditure of $1,051,000,000 In tho throughout the nation. All of Block Z4 of Robert Baas' L- By Red Itess seat and shall adopt by I t
prvluction' of these planes" His articles on Gadsdeo county will Addition to tho Town of KlxHlinnifo law* for the government. of its affair. r '
City being a part of the NIJU not Inconsistent wtlh these article of I ,
said that when the :
Mr. Owsley
feature the
govrtnet in price receivedfor of the NWtt of Hxctlon 22,-Township "Talent is of no use to t.h" man Incorporation and the laws of the '4.
,. started checking uo the war beef cattle as soon as the govern 26. South of Hangs 29 East who hasn't tho courage to use it."- State of frlorlda. and the by-law may
contracts that were in effect daring ment authorized interstate movementto AU4O.' : All of Block B of H II. Chicago Daily News. be amended or re-pealed aa may b.
two of the the first markets Duller Addition to the Town of provided ,In ,aalj by-lawa. 9toasEIectIc'5Paste.'! :
the years war open ; and the cattle feeding KIsMlmmce city, except beginning For a number 'of years we have Article 7.. : : :
17 00) of those resulted In the repay. operations by the tobacco growers ; At the N12 Corner of said Hlock 2, 'been haunted by the idea that we Th highest amount of indebtedness < .
mrnt of $47,000,000 to the treasury in that county to get high class run \\cnt 100( feet Hbuth 100 feet could write more or less readable literature Of lUblllty to which this corporationcan P:' e4 brmluaWeala RW ..
1 I3nat 100 fort and Noith ItMf ( at any tlmq subject itself shall not NIGII, AAta.1 .
of the United States and there remain fertilizer for their extensive production feet f
have ;
and screwed
we just up _
to I ho place of beirlnnlntr.AIJ exceed Fifty Thousand CI50.000.POUollara. \ Cockroaches and Wawrbun.Boot ,
nearly 135,000 more of these of fine quality shade tobacco. >: That part of Orange our courage sufficiently to make the waata Urn'trying to kill them pert t .
contracts to be examined.The He will correct the misapprehension Street l lying Kant, of the A. C. Ira attempt. If things we say fail to Article <. with powdara, Uaprepatatloaav < at sat! xparunanlal' I
speaker added that at the very existing in some minds that cattle Hallway which aultl Htriet wan strike R rellponslve.chord in.your The name and residences. of the '' > '
cll.d, by rvaolullim of city f'ounrll ubacrlblnK incorporator,. together for Usl ->s ttr than Trap.
moment. that the ex-service of have to be acclimated in Florida Ready
men breast we We will confine ,
of Kta lnim''m on fStli of April.. sorry. with the number of shares of the authorlced . i'!
iliis country were told that tho United before they can attain their normal 1922. out-self as closely as possible to gen capital stock aubaorlbed beach boa box. Ko,\ uboz.. ". .

States could not afford to pay tho condition, by quoting, official records. Petiteun: I will I .J'II"' dl upon eral statements and will make no are a* follow: OLD EVERYWHERE- ..
the for sale I ale In Bald .1
adjusted compensation that The bred Glenwood
proposed pure Guernsey, Court. allusions to known Individuals '
th' secretary Of the state was asking Fairfax, 48994, made official record "'alcd this 6th day of March A. D. as such, and the reading of.these ., :. wt
Congress for a loan of several millionsof in three and one-half year old clash 1123. articles in not compulsory. -

dollars for the protection of Liberia at Hcradon Virginia, of 6,246.6 XIUB):'" k IoIT"I:MART U. 1>. TSRONHOX CJuardlanBullcltom All we were saying, if you honestly .... ; v II

II* said that expenditures for pounds of milk containing' 808.02 !! for 13-5t I think you can do something well, CING1SY1. .
the adjusted compensation bill would\ pounds. butterfat. After completing ---- -- don't be afraid to try it. You can DR. W IS ray !"iI. '

rot reach the total costs of sixty days test she was shipped by freight to ftOTU to: OK NPHIItl.! I.EINLATIOi I never succeed if you don't make an ;: ;. :
additional warfare which Loxahatchec Farms. West Palm --- You havo "
was pro- Notice IM hereby given that I will attempt. everything tl rt :111
vi a tod by the bravery of American Beach, being seven tro",pa. calved four days after boinp: unloaded o.n\enlnr( In April.. 1KI3. and fail you have lost nothing, with
In closing his address Mr. Owaley ; wan immediately placed on official for the naBHaKe. of n. law requiring allcuiiMii the poHHibla exception of a few dol. '?
/ t 00
of :& to bo obtained by all '. 1
sale? that the American Legion would test and has accredited record as parties ilxhlntf. In the Lnlcen of Ottceolu tars. If you refuse to try you have 'r ,

never stop its activity along service a five year old of 11,177.1 pounds of C'ounly.o'I..rld..., with any other. device lost all, even your self respect, which P i a t
Knee, until every man who served in milk containing 58J.50 pounds of butter and in nnv other man nor than by nrrilnarv I ieone of valuable

the world war and who is nufformtr: : fat. Another cow on same farm month of hook Jul\and August line': : and declaring September? tho stona. *

physically' or mentally from its cf- has official\ record as a four yoar old en. a closoil season for commercial |1..hInur Ain't it the truth? 11ATOWnprltlrprltl .
frets "i* receiving tho best medical of 12,070 pound of milk containing: In the said! Ixkcn, Requiring nil '

rnrn that can bo had, and every sol 711.9 pounds butter) fat and holds the equipment parties prior for to ronunnrclal tint use of purposes nny fishing to HONOR ROLL

du'r'is housed and sheltered as he thampionphip for all breeds In the I'r"'ul the naino to the 8h rlff of Oa- Following ia the' honor roll of the '' a I
deserves." butter fat ecoln count '. for Inspection and a J
south except in Virginia ) :
Campbell school for the month of \
being the basis for comparison.The p.rrnlt to he obtained from auclt ofiicer ( oJ .
and providing for the contlaeatlnn February:
r.ONUS. LAW DECISION IS White Belt Hairy at Lemon and doHti'uitlon of all\ such nnhiuc First Grade: Valrca Adams Pear"Perfiitt Incessant couching; that .break vrnt lon- er-try Dr. King's) New .j ..
HELD VI BY COURT City ball two World champion in thatbrl'I equipment that may bo u..eIn. the Ralph Perfitt/ Wilbir Col (. !)liiscovcry good jlil amity :;
AaUl lake without ouch llceniin.' In. blowing relieve-oppress .
Columbia 2038
; Gm of produced pertIon. and permit first obtained A line, G. C. Finger, Maynard Scott. does not cough remedy.usi-'J ((,over half a' ,
Kit-service men of Illinois must 14,173 pounds of milk containIng ""P01 said proposed act may be areaat Second Grade: Della' Lcng?: Cecil live congestion the throat- century '1 ho safest syrup (orchildnin. -' ;. +
wait until at least tho middle of April) 6 9.10R pounds of butter in a my office in tho State:' Hank HulldIng Collins and Elmer Wlnn. these are the warning signals I \on'OOt..hIJf( .. c _i

ho for* they are paid thq bonus voted )yea; and Fcmdell 1961 13,477 lt-8t: KlBKlmmei. Florida W J. STEPJn.IUtTU't Third Grade: Mildred Adams, Myr- Do .not let your cold torment' druarfl.tauiruu. .' '/.... UipcuTAX ..., ."' . a .'M1

by that state. After a special effort prvincU of milk containing 685.64 tle Collins, Lillian Sharp, E'nfo Howard '
was made to get: a 'friendly suit' Into pounds ofbutter.Marcus : OK SPKCIAI.Notice 1V.GlftLATIO Jack Long and Edwin Scott ..... -. -- 1

the Swpreme,Court at an early term, | A. Milam of Miami boa a Fourth Grade: Robert Winn. __ -- ---- .-_ _ u -_ - _- -. _______-' ., !:".1 .
nnd pleas were made. Chief Justice herd' of pure bred Jerseys containingten apply at la tho hereby next easton iclvoii that of the no state will Fifth Grado: Theron Adams \ '1 1I
Thompson announced that no decision which have made the Reg. "
cows -- -
Legislature, convening In April Ilttl Seventh Grade: Shirah Adams. ..
as to the legality of the bond issue I I later of Merit,dau; and one bull for ,a. law AUthorlilnK, the City of Kin Respectfully t t i
would be made before tho April term | which has seven Register of Merit alntmeo to laaue bonds, for the pur ( 4
|>oa M n* mentioned In Hertlon ltOt W. II. WYSONG, Principal. I
of court The Service his credit.
RecognitionBoard to
General. Statute to not
which handles the claims of | ."The value of the milk and dairy fifteen per cent of the assessed . .r ".'
the. Illinois service men and women is products sold by the 70 dairies in value of all real and peraonal property NWTICM OK APPLICATION vow l.RTTIOHJS NOTICENOTICE : ;

still busv at work preparing the records Dade county during the year ended ropy within of said the proposed City of law Kltulramva.can Ivo ae.-A nat ! HATKNT. AnD. I IVr OflOHA.T1OW 1 r 1

I o that payment may be expedited June 30. 1922, has beet itemized to the offices of :Meairs. KrlbkH A : :

If the law U held constituSurmcrlbe I, County Agent J. S. Raimy as totaling Stood, City Attorney NOTICE I. hereby given that the undersigned . : !
t1onalo( $706,227. There have been 1,10 A. H aiLIlKUT. will apply to the) Oovernoi Ij"
J M. IIANflBtiU MaY'OI'1'1'0, TernPrealdenf of the Stake of Florida the 16th
into the' on day
,dairy cows shipped county .
Tem. of ,
Pro Clt y of A. IX l for Letter Pat.
for The Valley Gazette. during the past year. Coun..ll.U.'l ..nt.March Incorporating, 1021 IL '
. f !i-
under. the following; proposed Charter nt
and Article of Incorporation; a cop'
of which ham been filed In the orfle, n'
the Secretary of tho state of Florida.
Dated tilt 6th day of March. A.'l), miWM is .that '
IT OVKKUOIVTZKICo. hereby given '
K. Kiiinna :
W. i. BTMKU. '' . "
; the tax books of Osceola .County '4
-- will close promptly on

VW. the und IIOI..TKUH. (1 I.'. Is Ill itlki and W. JHTKM1 .
>. hereby ruiMoelate ourselves toff First. All taxes for the
*'thor. for the purpoHo of iM-romlnir
coi poraU-d under tin laws ol tho Stale
the following articles of Incorporation 1922 not paid by that dale will :
shall uonalltute and I/O thu Charter of r
nd Wff hP sFI the Bald. corporation
Pw: ] Arlldo I. t I
be and to
The mmo *if thin corporntlon Mh"I' delinquent subject
CO., ani" tho principal pluo of bualnoati 4
aliull lio In the City of KUnl. iniec. sale. In this office relative .;
Bounty of Osccolii nod State of l-'lor writing
Ida hut the Himril t>f 1)1 rectors may i '
eHtabllfih other ofdioH and agencies lit

/ /' 11I' other denlrrd.phi on' from llinu to tins tee maybe to taxes, please furnish .\

Article 2. ""
f t The general nature of tho bunlnotia ,,
shall to li..10.tranaaot.: hp ......1 ourporatlun description of your property :

r To plant. grow cultivate "rnduo-.
i k buy sell. Import export and otherwise
ucquli, dispose of and deal In citrus and enclose postage.
troon und citrus fruits and other trop
t ical and nnl-troplial fruits tr ....
r, f nut. vegetables and products; to carry -
on a general nursery I>U..|-">IH and
In connection therewith to raise protluco _
rt grow, buy. Import export aelltnido -
and deal In tree, shrubs plants
Hprouln.. vines ....d... bulbs roots
fjulta. and flowers. of all. kind,: to car-
ry on any and all kind of a crlfiiltuial -

M I / rI and to produce and horticultural, buy. Import aperatlnnn, export.,
I ( sell, trvlu and deal I In any and all C. l. BANDY
kinds of products of'the soil, to manUfa l
II turo. buy Import export, sell :;
I i trndn and deal In agricultural horticultural -
I l ) Destructive Furies and garden irnnl"rnenta. tools
I l and ti up|il Un >>f Mil kln fertlllxorH cultures chemical -
I t By The Million! *, sprays and whatever may be used
to enrich and Improve the soil and
d prot *.f I plants, trees and growths o"
1 Fiercely the rain-fiends doze your any kind an the products lbrreofto
t acquire buy sell. hold hire, lease, . .
house In their merciless clutch.They l'I' mortvnirc, "iilrdtco and otherwla.. deal - .
- -- '-- -- -
I I I / In all kind. of property, roal. personal -
rip, claw and batter it, rending its arM mixed; to Improve, manage, op-
sell. mortfraKO. lease. or otherwise -
i Joints asunder. They open thou- crate dispose of any property, real or J_ ter. T h. o ""'"n.pson
wood-and peraoiul. and to take mortKair. andaaalKitment
wounds in the
sands of
/ of mortgages upon theaitmo.
leave them to fester with rot and ; to do any and all other arts and ;
things and to exercise any und all Licensed Funeral Director
decay. other powers and privilege which Star and Ct opl
may be nocumiary and convene"* n. I
the expedient In connection with or In addition -_- A :11_"_ Symr.fh.Nc Serrk. I. R.1WIerJ v
Paint foils
Devoe Lead and Zinc to the business or bualn*Hen A
herein above specified. which a natural Sttuiart losses P' "'
I It totes
of the elements upon
fury co-partnerahlp or a corpora- '
person a '
Grade Anbulaaci Service .t Call
itself the destruction: that would tion of this character :nay luwfullvdo Kiamhnm.m High
e or exercise; and to do any ivrd all Of floe.I S4I PHONES Rldenc: Tl
j otherwise disintegrate the wood. of the bu.h'.... and doings above mentioned -
v/ enumerated er ref..rr.Bt to,
: t 1' either alone or In combination with
I ; Devoe-painted houses last sound 0 Individual*. companies. or other corporation '

and beautifuL/or &enerst OM. li The ,amount.*. Article of capital.. lock of this Get Your Job P Printing from the Valley 'Gazette, '

W. B. MAKINSON CO. corporation. shall b* Fifty Thousand
Dollar, to be divided Into -- ----c-------- -----.
Florida (060,000.00... (IOC) Share of the par t
t Kissimmee, Y J.f-Otr.- HuRdr.. 0190.00) Dollar HAROLD> HUMS II. 'P. 81)ON8., V..A.' MORRISON,JR, ..
each, which eald stock shall be .v Sraldn(. :Ylo. President a... Treaav., , ran New b fhiet E-j4 sad *!_ I*. P. payable la'property*labor or .rvleea, c ,
xalatx r***_ ." ugsa" .*..*.>..." at a )amt valuation to' be a..d br the t.... F......, ,. ...NdJd"rSpf.of. PN1 s.a. ,'ji 1:
Days Lind tt a Ti.. Ht1oN 1 .-tad. ' -"'+v' Inoor oraton, or by the Director*, aj U4lDNt Goads :...: flair PrfeeIj ,. li'rolsatBWpaloal( f
.. .
*, and
a meetlaacalled for uoh. purpo
lr .f14& 4i its .roi>''.' ".or or *rvtes.$ alas be 1i .f r. 'r r ,Aak Kdgl c..Ra .Ksowe ; paid '....1WIt... aplta> etooki**'* lea'aluatl.n ' lE'l"HW'P.LIt"'PJUCEUrr-BEYORrlrtrrnro., : , .

a. fLLb'y at ueh c rrop.rtr. labor ..r itM,4 ,( < . . . I _. .!l '
..n-t_ to be axed bjr the IMreettr .'
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BUBLJ8HKD BYTHE The Parent-Teachers Association (Continued from Pa*. One
KI8S1MMHH) VALLEY GAZETTE!! will hold a social meeting in the high Local Post Will Meet Next Wednesday mates 16,000, and would involve The Child's Future
EVERY FRIDAY school 'buUdinf next Friday night Instead Of Tuesday BecauseOf cancellation of $1812 indebtedness .
KISSIMMER, ; FLORIDA.W. March o'clock Not only all Woman's Club's Number and appropriation of the county's $3-
the teachers and parents are invited 000. or a total expenditure by, the "
.. n. HARRIS __._._........PreildontH. but everyone who is interested in the On Iccouht'of the last number of county'of $4800. The commissionerswere
ALLISON O. VANS T. AONH3W-.B KllKNCH.-. .=..TBIUorBVBBCRIPTION There are no membership dues or simmee Woman's Club falling upon Mr. Kinney'a proposal and his evi- ,
Editor RATES fees or other charges of any kind. the regular meeting night of the dent desire to see the work pushed for
Asia One One Copy Copy, One Hlz Month.i.Year--------------tl.00___. 1.00 The following day will be "Mosquito William T Makinson" Post of the to completion. They therefore adopted ,All-parents want to plan their child's'future.
One Copy. Three Month*________-4 ..COEntered Day," according to proclamation American Legion the legionnaireshave a resolution whereby they cancelled
by the mayor pro tern, and a state postponed their meeting one dayin the $1812 indebtedness of the state ., There ;is, :;:no .better way than to '...
TH ( .... Florida at ,the a* |second-dual>OBtorfle r at matter Kluhlnn0 ,)- health officer who will be present for order not to conflict with the excellent to the county and turned over the ,
that day will address the Parent- entertainment to be given at .$3000 in the state fund upon the start a Savings Account for him at .once.
The All cominunlcationa. except from 'au- Teachers at its Friday meeting. Congressman the high school auditorium. The reg- state's agreement to shoulder and repair -
public thorlsed rorr pondont the writer.must be signed W. J. Sears chairman of ular meeting business and plea lure, the road and to maintain it
by him take it and it
education committee will be Wednesday up keep up as soon as
mee Redacted matter will bo l returned Ifrnllod the congressional pulled off therefore on thereafter.The ,
the haeur for.Forlim will speak on "Kissimmee's need night at 8:30 instead of Tues- very bad condition of the Dixie
at for more school l buildings and short day night. The entertainment committee Highway between Kissimmee and Orlando he is able to learn. .This will be a. strengthand
had a THEAMERICAN Advertising PRIiSS k: ASSOCIATION pr.\.U. !I talks will be given by Secretary Bur- hasn't wised up the crowd as also came in for discussion, and
ago, bno --_.- .. rows, of the Chamber of Commerce, to what stunts are to be on tap Mr. Kinney promised his best offorts comfort all his days.
wa and Howard M. Katz chairman of but there'll be something doing. And to have that road attended to also.
they vWe FRIDAY MARCH 9. 1923 the county board of instruction. In there'll be scads of business to con- The Melbourne road or Ocean-To-
addition to these beneficial addressesa sider1. The legionnaires are disappointed Gulf Highway white technically
thewan EPISCOPAl. CHOIR WILL pleasing musical and dramatic pro- about not getting their big closed is passable for automobiles,
1 1in HAVE A NEW SOLOISTThe gram will be rendered including opening wild west show which they had roped according to report made at the.
zettehigh number by the ]High School Orchestra and hog-tied when the bottom drop- meeting of the commissioner, by
choir of Saint John's I' piano selections by DeRheta ped out and they're planning on means of a flat car, accommodatingfour
with church-is-congratulating1 itself on the Alderman and Lucile Griffin and a.. something else to spring on the unsuspecting cars which is being. operatedover Merchants and Farmers BankOF
playlet by the expression department. the
High addition to its ranks of Miss Kath- public.Thirtythree the impassable stretch, by
( ex-service men have contractors at a charge of $1.00 p:r
leen McConnell, of Washington Penn-
signed this
up year's membership -
we sh1, contralto sylvania. voice Miss which McConnell has been has a care-rich CLOUD WILL OPEN MONDAYW. and kicked through. with their car.The success of the day as a road KISSIMMEE"A

one o fully cultivated. When at her Pennsylvania II. McIntosh and E. II. Tinker necessary sine qua non. Appointive builder was further demonstrated in
home she devotes the greater have purchased the new pier"at- East officers have been designated as-fol! the matter of the Shingle Creak road') HOME INSTITUTION"
TH part of her time to the training Lake Tohopekaliga at the foot of lows: Service officer, J. W. Miller; to the county line. A communicationwas
Of a boys' choir of forty voices. Ohio street in Saint Cloud and will I athletic officer; W. M. Tiller; publicity - on hand from the Kissimmee ....
The Miss McConnell will be the soloist hold a grand opening next Monday. officer W. J. Steed!; flag committee Chamber of Commerce endorsing the
High at the morning: service at St. John's March 12. They will conduct a first i chairman, Joe Butler; entertain- suggestion that the county work from
looki ment committee, Fred Phipps, chairman this end on the Shingle Creek-Lake
next Sunday. The choir now includes: class amusement place, with dancing
.ehoo Mrs. R. M. Angras, director; Mrs. S. swimming boating, and fishing. Bathing Clyde Nelson, Sam Prather and Wilson road. Prof. W. A. Hill, of
thing II. Bullock organist; and Mesdames suits may be rented, or patrons Roy Prentis. The new men to signup Shingle Creek, was present to urge -- - .
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temp W. J. Sears; Howard Katz Arthur may bring their own. Dressing since the last list was printed are: this action. He stated that he had I
Cooper. John Puifh, W. J. Steed Ellis rooms have been provided and lunches H. M. Katz, Sam Story J. W. Miller, been present at a meeting at Orange. -- -- "" --- ... --- -- ... '' ...
eportIeties Davis R. G. Minick; Misses Patsey will be for sale. Joe Butler Carl M. Kenton,.William, Center in which a petition signed by .,- .,- ..- 11' ,,- J .
} Makinson Margaret Stanford Violet Joyland Beach as they have named Goldstein. Louis J. Schmidt R. Monroe CO Orange county taxpayers had been I
us noIess Bullock, Mayme Pilley; and Mexsrs. the place, will be open every day except Thomas. Tom J. Arnold, Robert drafted requesting that county to
L. A. Hamilton W. G. Hankins and Sunday for all the amusements H. Johns R. M. Angas and B. F. build a road paralleling the railroad BIG OPENING-JOYLAND
eetabto Basil Hamilton. Supplementing the mentioned. On Sundays, music and Cobb. track from the Osceola county line BEACH
re choir from the Sunday school are bathing will be the only features. to Orange Center and that this peti-
standbig Dorothy Bullock Buster Hanking, There will be a big free dance on ClTCOUNCIL PASSESA tion had been favorably acted upon
this Foster Hanking, and George Slnjrel- Monday night, with an orchestra. A HEALTH ORDINANCE by the Orange commissioner Ho ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
urged the extension of the Shingle
tary. player piano mandolin attachment -
(Continued from
in Far One)
a is always available and private Creek road to the county line to join
learnmean or so on the note for $18,000 outstanding this road and the fact
PERSONS WILL MOVE DOLLAR dancing parties may use that at any pwphasircd
time. and that it was expectedthat that this road would result in consid- MONDAY MARCH 12 1923;
LIMIT TO BROADWAY the note would be
The proprietors are making every met when du.i. erable business coming to Kissimmee ,
T endeavor cater Considerable discussion was in- which \M>uM otherwise he d'"!'rted to
to only to a high class
George W. Persons his Bulged in by the councilmen and the .
to d patronage and will not tolerate Orlando and other points. This roadwould'be
spiniWe purchase of the lease on the building rowdyism or drinking. The beach citizens present over the prospect of of the same value to Lake
at 110 Broadway now occupied by will be Monday from 10 paving' some more city streets. Theconcensus Wilson residents, as would the road New Boat and
open a. m. House for the
Grantham ready
ions Furniture Company and until midnight and day there of opinion endorsed! the from the Lake Wilson end by giving general
the the removal in the near future, of after. every self evident fact that such improvements them the same additional mileage public.
Somepo his Dollar Limit Store to the new lo should be undertaken. and would help also the larger number
cation. These improvements would necessitate of from Located East Lake
WOODYARD MOVEDI people Orange Center on Tohopekaliga where there is
His lease becomes effective a bond election and in view of
1. on have moved woodyard from and the territory adjacent to Shingle
2. March 15, and the transfer of the 516 Brack street my to 121 Main street the fact that Governor Hardee is on Creek. Chairman E. L. D. Overstreethad the finest white sand beach in the state.
tore from its present location will record as promising to withold his sig-
where I am still prepared to furnishmy been investigating the matter
4. take place between then and the first customers with 120 veneer blocks nature from all local bills which have ,and had found that considerable Open all Day New Dance Floor ready.
Of April. Mr. Persons says he will 15-inch delivered for $3.15; 12-inch not been advertised for the required trade comes to local merchants from
0w. carry a first class line of merchan blocks $2.95. Split for stove-wood, sixty days prior to their passage, the the territory which would be effected. Bathing parties can find Suits and everything de-
dise in the new store and will con- guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for council ordered notice given that ap- The commissioners decided to put a sired.
tinue to sell under the same plan as $3.35; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your lication would be made to the next force of men to work building the
now which he describes as "small winter's supply now. All delivered. legislature for permission to increase temporary road requested.
profits and quick sales." Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12-tf the legal limit of bonding the city A. S. Nelson and Dr. Jump Bring your lunch and spend a pleasant day with us.
n_ _H __.__ ___ ._ ___ from 10 percent to 15 percent of the before the board with a appeared request-

assessed valuation. It was pointed that a short fill and bridge be 'constructed Good Music and Refreshments .
out that this permission, if given by on the extension of Mat-

North Dakota Filling StationOn the city legislature to call a bond, would election nob obligate but would the thews street now, as, which wide detours detours would werenecessary Joyland Beach will afford a place for Picnic Parties
i enable it to be done should future
6 demand such action. conditions be over impossible which they very traverse soon as at the present land throughout the year. Enjoy the lake breezes ajidi< J '

Insurance policy covering breakageof will shortly be fenced and put into amusements.
ann 11; Main Street, Just Inside the City Limits machinery at the light plant and strawberry culture. The matter was

for un damage, as to well buildings as against through damage breakage to- referred whose district to Commissioner the road Hansell lies, with . -ft.... -ft"... -ft... -ft... -A... -.. _-
TeSc life and limb In the even of accident to act.
to power - __ _
machinery was ordered taken and Jesse Haggard the boardto - H
the boiler insurance which is about to requested
straighten a road in the Kenans-
GASOLINE" lapse .
was ordered renewed.
;, , villa district which now has an extra
(: Erroneous assessments for person mile or two in it because of turns.

a : ,,' : : ;" ,' } :{ John al] property against Louis Schmidt, Ills argument that Bert Arnold hada BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY '
thgi ,. TEXACO AND SUPREME OILS it' !(' r Arthur Bronson.E. George Alderman flnd large family of children to go to ; j
celled. Donegan were ordered can school over this road, and that he was ,
i.. consistently adding to the number CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS .
i The city council voted done
n ton bore weight with the commissioners
Jpco of twenty five dollars to the Boy as did Mr. Arnold's offer to devote WOOD, BRICK, STONE,
Scouts, believing that organization I his time and that of his team for ten STEEL
Groceries, Soft Drinks; Cigars, Cigarettes, Candies to a vital factor toward good citi days toward the work, and Mr. Maggard's N. F. BASS STUCCO JACK BASS
offer to clear the part of the
road which would cross his place. Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue
and Fruits, sold at small margin of profit. Try us.We'll PERSONS TO OPEN Commissioner Phillips was instructedto
STORE AT ORLANDOG. proceed with the work.

0 treat I W. Persons and L. B. County Agent Leo II. Wilson reported - -
you right.EVERYTHING. Tyree returned -
I : Wednesday night after spending for the county farm that the
1 1lr several days in Savannah and strawberry>atl'h had netted $100.11
Jacksonville, where have during the month of February. lie
also made a few remarks about hh Orlando Mattress
buying goods for their new general FactoryWE
for maintenance
ON THE SQUARE store in Orlando, which will open of the county'sautomobile
April 1. owing to its long periodof
Mr. Tyree has resigned his position service, calling attention to the REBUILD YOUR
with Frank & Company of Savannah fact that was to be traded in for
which he has held for another car it might be a good plan
to do so while there was somethnig FELT MATTRESSESBOX
I The new store will be located in the left to trade. The county agent is
H. C. HANSEN Church street bank building. now spoiling! a new Overland.Mr. SPRINGS, ETC.

and Mrs. W. II.
Mrs. B. L. Dixon Staunton
accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Phone 801
Briggs, of
her daughters, Mrs. J. D: Woodbeek Westerly 500 W. South Street
and Mrs. Geo. P. Rhode Island nad Mrs. Maxson of
Gardner motored to ORLANDO
St. Mystic Connecticut were callers on FLORIDA
Petersburg and
; i Pas-a-Grille Sunday Mrs. .
L. E.
returning Monday night. Livermore, last week.

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Barber Earl Barber and
I IyvzzvgKy Henry ,a r
WEATHER Partin;were hosts at a fish fry at
REPORT East Lake
Wednesday night which
Official was attenJed by between fifty. and
Bulletin of daily tem.,' ixty people who all had a good-time. .
( permtnre and
precipitation fur- There[ was an abundance of
0 Ash and

See Bennett's, special ad on this 0 nl.hed operative'byte U. Weather KiMimme Bureau Co- body tic. Barber's crab and admonition growl "Now every,. J
0 Station for was taken by ,,
pile 0 Friday,March week ending all. The fry was in the nature of a FIRE SALE
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. Mr. and Mrs..., J. T. Dillon left Kia..ll"Imol 0 *4 borhood.get together good time for the neigh ; t

Wednesday for their 4 Date Max.Mln.Prep: '

Lowell Ohio. 0 Saturday. Mar 3...78 46 ..00. Everfast voiles dross goods and : I
0 Sunday Mar 4.___.81 66 .,00 Iraperiea.are guaranteed to, never jf.;,
Good milk cow for aale.. Inquire at :. Monday, Mar 8.....84,. 63 ,00 fade. See them at McCauley .
Catettc office.: x ..Tuesda Mar __ '
v, /' 6 ..86 67 .00 '
-' 4'' Wedn'day Mar Mr.. and Mrs. Wilt of Eustls were '
I luli 7.83 61 'j03 4 $10,000 worth of' Merchandise that
Mrs. II. C. Stanford and Miss 4 Thursday Mar 8..79 47 .00 + In Kissimmee and visited the school t

Render are spending a. few days. on Friday Mar, 9.-.6S 48 .00 lunch room for a purpose. Mrs. Wilts "
. the cast coa>t.Shaves. 0 Readings are made at 8:00 a. president of the Eustls Parent- '

IKc; haircut, S5c; .children! !*" m.noun.for the preceding twenty-four" ** Teachers association the hot ,lunch which plan has] for inaugurated we bought. at a fraction of its worth--all 1,

25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-tf ALLISON school children. ,
p T. FRENCH. Having read of KIs- "

Mrs. Dolph Walker's mother, Mrs. Co-CIperatly. Observer. 4 simmee's learn successful plant, they calledto to at unheard-of'prices. Hurry folks

Brown, of Alberta Georgia' left forhop 400000000. 400400000 to bring methods.her executive Mrs.committee Wilt intends to go ,

home Saturday. __.
visit the lunch
room here.

Good milk cow for sale. Inquire at"fiazette Marc- tax books will close Saturday and get to this bargain feast.
office. 31. A penalty of Avis per cent Among the out of town relativeswho
X will be added if not paid by that date. came to Kissimmee, last week to

On Monday :Miss Edna Cay- J. R. Gilbert,.city clerk and collector. attend the funeral of Walter C. Bass,
non enrolled as a student of the Kisnmmee 10-tf In addition to' his daughter Miss
Business College! Helen Bass of the Florida State Colcge -
Mrs. J. M. Faulk of Cairo Georgia for Women were: Mrs. J. M.
Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. who was called to Kissimmee by the Paulk of Cairo Georgia; Morgan
llirris. Gazette office. 14-tf death of her brother Walter C. Bass Bass, of Lake Wales; Fulwood Bass, SALE STARTED TODAY h!
will remain for several weeks as the of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lancaster -
MT. and Mrs. Eddie Meyer drove to guest of her sister, Mrs. J. L. Over- of Tarpon Springs; Mrs Louis
Sanford Saturday and spent the weekend street. Kosscau (Blanche Lancaster) of ,

with Mrs. Meyer's parents. Clearwater; S. II. Sanbury, of Clear- .
City tax books will close Saturday water; Miss Lois Ovorstreet. studentat "
Hemstitching-any width and pi- March 31. A penalty of five per cent the Florida State College for
rnling., Nettye Newton, 314 Mitchell will be added if not paid by that date. Women, at Tallahassee; and Murray With crowds of thrifty buyers taking advantage ': ;
"Our Joe" Sears is back in Klssimrrro 10-tf at Gainesville. of this Wonderful Opportunity. '

after attending the funeral of T. C. Conway of Orlando, wan in BUSINESS .l
Steamboat Bill," at Washington.A Kissimmee Wednesday arranging for CHANCE -

the coming of Dr. Lincoln McConne'l, I have purchased the interest of R. These bargains won't last long. Don't put ,
and beautiful line of ncckvwar
new who will hold an eight days meetingat L. Kohler in the Mid-State Decora- The. Hat Shop. Mrs. J. D.' the Sunday Methodist, March church 18. here beginning ton Kissimmee.and Sensible C.Sign P. SHELDON Company of it off. Come before it is too late. ;J

J. G. Beit,' of Raleigh North Our goods are cheaper at the price -. -- - .
C.irolina, is the guest of 'Miss Sue' we ask, than cheap goods at cheap 1
Watson, at her home 410 Emmett prices. Com and see MeGA ULEY'S

utrcet. before you buy. ALL KINDSShoes

Hemstitching y width and pi- Mrs. C. V. Bcarden left Kisdlmmee _
rot'ing. Nettye Newton, 314 Mitchell Sunday morning for Miami to visit.
street. 13-tf her son Ralph, making the trip via rr
-- the "flat car ferry" on the Melbourne -
Mrs. C. C. Culp, former owner of road. She made dver '
the trip with
Rnv Alta on Church street has bn' her nephew. I... M. Mer hon. Dry Goods and Clothing. Nothing
visiting; Kisslnmee stopping at the

Oaystone. dinner at Du- March City books A penalty will of clone five Saturday per cent Knit A.\LE--CIH.a" Oaaollne. nKlno.. is damaged to any extent, but it is priced "

Have your Sunday will be added if not paid by that date.J. all kinds. of farm Implements; 1 Jersey -
Pont' (Cafe "In the Heart of Kit- R. Gilbert city clerk and collector. cow; 1 ycarllnK.; hvlfrr calf I
8im_." 10-tf mammoth Rood work bronsn hone;turkey laylnic. for hen brfcrdInu ; five- to SELL and SELL QUICK.KANNER'S ,

Miss Mamie Tiller returned last ; largo ortmunt of household
furnUhlnKK' 1 mile north of Klmlnn-
night from Fort Thomas Kentucky Star Brand Shoes are better bc- me. on Orlando road. Wm. T. Mc-
where she has been visiting the family cause they are all solid l leather, and UntiKhlln. IJ-Jtx
of J. J. Phillips.A Our prices are no more" than others
ask. See them at McCAULEYSDr. FOR ,SALE-Forty acre .of.. orange. '
land all her clearedHOUM
line of white hits at Mrs
new barn
chicken hoUHC STORE
J. D. Woodbeck's Hat Shop. J. M. Tibbetta of Boston will Three acre. In ocarina orange treta"M DEPT. :
be the speaker at the Christian a," care of Valley iatotte! ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bliss, Mr. and church: Sunday. In the noomin bU IJ-It .

Mrs. Jason Bloodgood. of Saint theme will be "Fundamentals of"Our FOIL HAI-K--Chandler car at your own
Cloud, spent Wednesday with their Civilization," and in the evening be i price. fl03 Mntihptt fttrort 13-1 tx:
aunt Mrs. Van Duxer. will discuss "America's Greatest
PeriL"City I 119
Complete line of pattern and tailored 345 acre. less than two miles of tho ,
city limit of Kl.almm"o at the nacrlflca -
fists now on d''.t>lay at Mrs. J. D. tax books will close Saturday. price of 116.OO acre. Till .
Woodbeck's Hat Shop. March 31. A penalty of ftye'peI' cent .. land U owned tor non-resWent. who lilt ,..r:.... 4 ., ..
will be added if not paid by that date.J. wants to U.ethe money for other
Miss. Helen Schmidt has Just re- purpose and this I... an unusual opportunity -
tnrwed to Kissimmee from a week's It. Gilbert city clerk and collector for some one to vet a bar ,
10tfA. Kaln. Addre. 1C C. SllKh. Mooro
visit 'with her brother, Johnnie Ilaven. Florida It-tfo
Schmidt' at Avon Park. P. Munn, who haa been confined truck FOR Apply BALE at-the Flno office residence of The proi>erty'l .
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to his borne the past several months with house-,Dandy farm Qasette. Kl...lmm ..
i for cash
Quality shows in Holeproof Hose B. A. Strout
I with cancer left Wednesday accompanied 'arm Asency Poatofflce ' $3 at McCAULEYS. by his sister, for Macon. Georgia I building aI"OR FOR RENT NOTICE--THE6 IDEAL. GROCERY
in Klsatmmee where he will enter a sanitarium 8ALJ? Jren. acre farm with' bourn.
Mm. J. D. Hames arrived Iostoffla building.Farm Agency. FOR UBNT Tao furnished room. for .. . ,
which in the treatment
Sunday from Columbus.Gerofria. It I light:; housekeeping- 12C. New York '
to join her husband. They :;. I ___,__ FOR BAI.K.-Oood milk cow, for cash. avenue It-tf IS NOW OWNED BY R. B.. BOHANNON, A CROCERYMAN OF

are stopping. at the Newby Inn. ,' Mr.'Bramhall, of Memphis, Tennessee Inquire at Qaiette. It FOR RI'.INT-o" half of the dolf Clubhouse 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE. THE SAME UNEXCELLED'SERVICE
who has been visiting friends in which ha. recently been 1'41- WILL BE CONTINUED AS BY THE FORMER
City tax books will clone Saturday. FOR SALE On'nKNT-7-rooin house paired. Partly furninhed. 166 per MANAGEMENT.
March 31. A penalty of Ave per cent this city for several days gave an interesting Corner MaJibettu and Bermuda Pti month. Including Karaire. Acldr....: AT ALL TIMES. ., a
talk to the students of the Alao S-roora house at lit: Mag-nolla Golf Club Klaelmmee. *-tf .
if not Raid that dite. .. .. '
will lx lidded by for nl l -tx
KlBsimmec Business College takingas DEPARTMENT
J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. LOST .
10-tf his theme the "Awakenine of The FOR HOMES. terms ranchoH, timber '
and out the three trax-tii. truck and -- ----- --------
- Mind bringing strawberry Karilfn THIS DEPARTMENT WILL BE IN CHARGE OF MRS. W. II.FAIIMER. .
., or to IX>ST--From mock. penH at Klsnlinmoe,
On table r.. B. Lamb captu'ed a principal points: study earnestness. HHAUTV CUMI'AMT lend sec JtorKK 1i-lu Friday' February 8Sd three. large WHAT MORE COULD BB, SAID OF THE DAINTY
:35 radon still and tea barrels of and enthusiasm for :your work. --- --- .-------- mule. branded on left Jaw with AND TASTY PRODUCTS THAT WILL BE TURNED OUT
mash in the Rerdv creek swamp last FOR SALE cruse cut In hair liberal reward for : ;
Strawberries ten cents per quart in Information that will enable u'tofllld
"" _V. About a mile and a half from field all next week at LiUpfcr tbfin Lake Wales Naval SloroH Co.Orliimlo .. TO OUR RURAL DISTRICT PATRONS .
cups .
the tiighway. FOR SAl n-flood farm homo. about I-'IK. Phone No 411 "
-- and Steed's strawberry patch, back bout ulna, yenrs old. Addrong: J. i> t!-UnFOUND
Save $1 on your Palm Bn"ch Sj't of J. E. Davis' house. Now is th... r''ti M. 82 1.1I11"lI'ham| avenun It-ttx A COMPLETE LINE OF SMOKED MEATS AND BULK GOODS.

by buying it at McCAULEYS. time to put up your jam and preserves I'llR----HAMS-AltMY HIIOKHWe have TOBACCOS AND SNUFF WILL BE CARRIED AT ALL TIMES

11-1 Ix Just bought it tr..m..ndou. .
muck of
nde.... who has bc-n Army Munaon FOUND Iniromol watch, with bronze
Mrs. W. A. B last ahuca to l>o sold .
the rneit of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hurbert Fleming, who has been to tho. public. direct. Price '2.76. fob Owner call at Gazette office.lilie EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
Me teh for several weeks returnedto quite seriously ill for several weeks. Three heavy.h. double art 100% solid 10lther'with KOOK '..

fee* home in Elisabeth Pennsylvania was taken to Atlanta last Friday and nailed. The uppers are soles of sewed heavy and tan WANTED. Full of Pep Feeds-All GradesLOOK
this week. the Piedmont hospital for chrome leather with bellow IOIIKUU ,
treatment. Dr. Rivers accompanied thereby makingthem waterproof IF YOU do any kind of farming In
CHy tax books will close Saturday. him and says he stood the trip well Three shoes are aolllnir very fast Florida you should read The farmer
nnd we' advlne to SOME OF OUR PRICES
you order at once and Stockman, which deal with cltru -
Mrr1 31. A penalty of five per cent and was feeling better when he left to Insure your order being' filled The .. and truck farming, live Block

J.will Gilbert added if city not clerk oald and by that days him than he had been for several sizes Postman are on 1 to receipt 11, all of good widths amend Pay I poultry and copy dairying.lend or 25 cents for for three freoample Full Cream Cheese, per Pound . . . . . ...35e'

10-tf money order. Money refunded It month. Yearly nubscrlptlon $1.00; Clover Bloom Butter Pound. . . . .60c
and Mrs. Charles Austin of Shoes are not satisfactory. THE U. three years, '2.00. Published. twice per . . .

Mr. and )I.... I. W. Shoupe of Saint Mr. Augustine, have been stoppingin H York STORES City. CO.. 1441 Broadway.ii.tfrt New a Stockman.month. Address No. 10. The Newnan Farmer. Htroet.Jackaonvllle. and. Pure Pork Sausage, per Pound . . . . . .'. .25c

Morgantown! North Carolina stormed: Kissimmee for several weeks. Theyare FOR 8ALli_1I00 acre. good pastern Florida. IS-tfo Best Breakfast Bacon Pound .35c
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They land near St- Cloud. For quick per . . . . .
at Ute Newby Inn on Sunday. much pleased with the citv sale
have purchased the J. II. SteflTee and very expect to remain permanently If IB\ 00 per aero. Florida Write. B D. Wllllamx.Vauohula. s-tf. WANTED man who-Part can do time a number work by of thlnira.young Smoked Bacon Sugar Cured, per Pound . . . .25c

property on Shingle Creek. Mr. Austin can make satisfactory and will try anything Phone 28SHHVN White Bacon best grade Pound 18c
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business connections.II. P'OR SALIII. For rurnl.hPd U-x per . . .

Oorrplete line of fancy and tailored cent Ronm..each and at No Troep.. Card.. HI Pillsbury's Flour, per Sack . . . . . . . . .$1.25
hat for' Easter, at Mrs. J. D. Wood- C. Hansen has opened a new Tho Oaett. ofare.e PICKERS WANTEO Ww will
need forty or fifty bean flickers
bedfa' Hat Shop. Ailing station on Main street just inside --- white or colored men. women and {
the city limits. He is also han- .,children beclnnlnflr about March ItCyprpin I
Hon. C. S. Acree informs The Ga- Inland Farms. Wilcox A . .
dling a line of groceries which he wll -- -- ---
zette that there will be a community small He Hood. IJ-llx ,
nil at a margin of profit. -
ctoan-up campaign at the Pleasant has named the Ailing station the BENNETT'SSPECIALS: ANTED-Man and wife to look after : o.t..O..tO..OOO..tO..OO..OO..OfOO'.OO.A i
IIW cemetery. Saturday. March 17. North Dakota filling station. 24-acre farm. CuU or apply elf
when everybody interested will get I I Main atr.t. 12-4tc

together to beautify the cemetery Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Kayton and THE J. R. Watkins. Company will cm-
grotiaAs. daughter who have been enjoying the Klesinmee., or gentleman agent In PENNY SAVEDIS

W. W. Msrple. cf Chicago, arrived A. W. Bailey home on Mabbette street I known everywhere Watkins and Product our .al.-are i ai
in .Kissimmee Stfnday lib 'visit his for several weeks left Thursday: for people make big Incomee Investigate -
in Nebraska. They thin. opportunity! Full particular -
their Lyons
brother E. T. Marple on Mabbette and valuable samples sent free.
street. lIe will probably remain in have been very much pleased with I to hustlers who mean bull ln-... A PENNY MADEThis
the city for several weeks, and will their stay in Kissimmee. SATURDAY. ONLY I write today. The J It. Watkin. Co.
Dept 86. Memphis. Tonn U-3t
sptfad two or three months in Florida. Miss Carolyn Fripn accompaniedMiss 10 Ibr Sugar __.---33.
Mn. Marple has spent several win- Helen Bass and Miss Lois Ovor- MSCELLANEOUS
tDra la Florida and i* beng welcomed street to Kitsimmee last FrIday from 15 lbs Irish Potatoes _____J9e I
bv numerous friends lie is manager the State College for Women at Tal 10 pkgs G. M. WashingPowder IF YOU do any kind of farming In
maxim it
is old but is
an true
of the development department of Florida you should read Th Farmer as
She returned with I .
and Stockman which deals with clt-
the Beatrice Creamery Company, of Sunday making the trip by automo- -------------___jje rUB and truck farming live ttock.poultry when it was first given.

4 wes Mftaffo: :tour, having Inhis just territory completed in conferferanee a two- bile. Miss at Frinp the and college.Miss Bass are Good White Meat per Ib.__17e I ample and copy dairying or 25 cent tend for far threemonths. free The place to save your pennies is at the 5 & 10

roommates Yearly subscription, '1.00;
with producers. MANY OTHER BARGAINSTO three) year. t2.00. Published twiceA Cent Store, where we have many useful articles at ,

BAPTIST ORATOR TO OFFER THE TRADE. mookman month. No.Address 10 The Newnan Farmer Street.and prices that cannot be .duplicated elsewhere.Call .
and look them, over.'. You will probably

D. B. Gray, head of the Baptist US.KINDS FEEDS. COME, SEE ADAPTED paying return BUNCH eighteen GRAPES months bring after find ,something you will need

tAT'bean Home Missionary Society of the planting. Plant an acre>.. and
W. will need l forty or
be Independent. D..t. commercial4ult
south will be in KUaiwrnee nextTueaday .
Investment In eouth: '(mil t -..
ploken whit or J men, i
; March 13 and will deliveran -
brings highest prlc_. W* Introduced ,
Wfrnen and'children,.beginninsrWbrat ,? address that evening at the, First these grapes Into Florida and
March lUthl:.;';' 13.1,: Baptist v hnreh<" ") .' .WE. APPRECIATE,. YOUR." jther have been doing well ten ,*ea- : ;
J fruits also tree WNLI4I.AM1VI.ILAR'b.
sons.> Otheradapted ;
( :: It is Mid that Dr. Gray's. A speaker blueberries, blackberries flta peach. ; ..
\ jtii ,I---v-. I ,** ,great eloquence and brings a ,- :"""'", ee. eta. Full' cata-
message- which; la not only.helpful but .o}' '\r:11's. ." (j ,ilog.Adapted: (N..rt.---.mP.r.. : .. .'t 4 .; ; .; ,Jill'J':6.J; IiOADW A '; ,: '.
CYPRESS ISUNO FARMS 'the ;": *" '': >f.- .1...* ***** .. .
;Jj Inspiring!. He I* accompanied on 6:JIBOADATKISSIMMKE. : \ < ' .r - .. ,,'

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Editor___._..__----_-___Fred LupferAesletantEi.Alberta SOPHOMORE NOTES' 'SCRIBBLINGS, THE" WALL'. I'' f"; 't":. ... *

.. Bronsoik.Reporter Speaking of variety, the Sopho- Professor stepped into the room ..,;-,:.,

'OLiter mores have it. For the past week And round about him spread a gloom. to '

Grade Arthur every wise- Sophomore' who takes ;For scribbled on the plastered wall .' I ,"
Twelfth __
Eleventh Grade --Joanna- Hitchcock Ceaser has been buzzing busily over The initials of one and all A
; brilliant alluring posters. On these : Stood out in letters undisguised ,
Tenth Grad ,_r-..-....,El !anor Rosen tobe *. ; ,
elarH white cardboard are printed not
of In--printing despised.-
Ninth Grade__ .__Vivian Floyd
? -u. blind
Suhl the words, "The Practical Value of And as Professor is not .
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Music Ettamay
Department rH
the' Latin Language in Advertising." The scribbling he quite soon did find. !tf
On the other poster, attractive advertisements Ills voice did thunder through' the ,J
Self-reliance i is a word that shouldbe of Latin origin are artisti- I hallh"Who :, ""
The included in the motto of every I cally arrayed, with their meaning scribbled on that plasteredwall If
bliea school. This word has many mean- and derivation printed beneath. In T" .

ings; it means to be independent; to. the Sophomore English class the pupils -, But as nobody answered him, Merit Wins New Honors -)
work for yourself to think for yourself
har are now studying argument. In He filled with fury to the brim.
atdi ; and to act for yourself Do not connection with this interesting Then after all his fury'd passed \:

go through life depending upon kind some of study, we are soon to show our ora- I And everything was calm at last, People have recognized in the new Overland a higher ,
o, b one else; you have the same torical ability in a series of exciting Miss Wyckoff said without a waver,
we'yw brain that they have--but you have debates that will put the "Henry W. "Harold must have, Mr. Shaver." standard of automobile value. Longer lines, a higher" ,:,;

to use it. You get out of things if ,just do I Grady Debating Class" to shame.Oh "Then Harold must wash it off. . hood, an-all-steel body, Triplex Springs (Patented) a .
what put into them, and you "
you You Seniors! Beware! Thisis "See that he does it, Miss Wyckoff.
economical have earned for Over-
will engine
not for yourself "
the study you never ,
just a warning to inform you gently Professor said, as from the room,
to nthe know anything. Form your own opinions but firmly that you had better He drew himself, also much gloom. land the greatest success of its history.AJvrrHitmrmli .
them least
and stick to at
treat the Sophomores with the respect '
you find that you are in the wrong; I( and deference due them, or'else When from the room, Prof had departed Ward f-r. WWp.Ovsrlai "r Tin $.", ,,.y 1'.., I
tthgh have confidence in yourself; you can ;'all the nice things that they have I \ trri

do anything that you think you can been planning for you lately, will 'Twas then that confusion started '

emir do; take the right path, and followit (fail to materialize. For someone said, with 'most a tear, ., ,. ,
neeh in spite of what people say. "1 carved mine up there, 'way last :';' .;'a .


ie oTH NOTES And someone else said with a groan, .." .,...." .. 1
Last Monday morning the school Ex-president, Eliot, of Harvard. has "I drew the skull and the cross-bone." J'';::'; .
made this statement that "Music .

1 was Presbyterian visited by minister Dr. Lander, who, conductedthe a retired rightly taught is the best mind trainer Then said the monarch, Miss Wyck ; r" )

The devotional exercises. The school on the list" In proof of this, T. off, <] $525)

ski was then favored by a talk from Dr. P. Giddings, of Minneapolis in an article "If such ,you did come wash it off, urlng
Lander on "Instrumental Music in Public "Now Harold, and get some
after which he gave a coupleof go! soap.
hoodng readings, enjoyed very much by j Schools, quotesfrom a letter received "To clean that wall there's little hope, t R..1.ul 'jJJ Corp f yp1 t Swiss $860 All/Wk-f. .. .. T.l... '
from friend who is head of
a 'But the think but
tho school, as it was a change front | just sane, today,
mpieee what we have been accustomed 1 to in the music department of MagdaleanCollege "Where there's a will, the is a way. 'f,
he Oxford, England: "Now try to free that dirty wall
chapel. One of the readings gavewas . .
sort "Ever So Far Away." The other I "All music of Oxford University i is "From figures on it one and all." .
tics ...... ...... -
taught in this college and .. ." ---- -
many So Harold washed ..
was a reading from John Hayes. quickly away ".J< _
Inoes prizes: nnd scholarships are offered to Figures thai marred the wall that ,H:.!;,ari U AL_. \
i The school greatly mourns the its students. Of these, a few are in day. I ..,.... r'. A 1'-; ,
tab death of Mr. W. C. Bass, who for the I music, but most in other branches' ''1'''I"5-e ..- '" I

re past sixteen years has been chairmanof Ten percent of the students of Mag- RESOLVE-

andtis the school board. He resigned last dalenn College tako music, ninety

I year to take the office of Supervisor' percent do not. The ten percent taking I To worry less and work more; DRIVE :AN OVERLAND AND REALIZE THE DIFFERENCE -

of Registration. Mr. Bass did a great' music also take seventy-five percent I To knock less and boost more;

laam deal of good for the school, and whatever l' of all prizes and scholarships in I To dream less and do more;
was done Mr. RUBS usually proved all departments. This rather amazing -I a-
To eat less and ----- w
can to be at the bottom cf it. Not only u> ord has been the average for more; '-..

did he help the schools of Kissimmee, I the last thirty years." I To waste less and save more; I II
r but the entire schools of the county. It was noticed here in our own high To grab less and give more; UPPER & PR A THE 11

.d We shall all miss his wise counsel i i school! at the close of the firht semester To sit less and exercise more; KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
olrife and his kindly interest. Our that of the entire number of high I ,
To trifle less and
has lost a vise friend, our s'hool\\{I school pupils enrolled as music students study more;

ran good useful citizen. To the loved all but two were exempt from To frown less and smile more; .
j : ,;.: -,:; --'lb- 7--Ji' : : """ -x.z2ftf-: ;;; -'':--.--'' Xi:;: ;: ,,,,:; ''';; ;
examination To less and - -
1e ones left behind we extend our heartfelt in one or more "ubjccts. 1 envy love more- I' .

omPo sympathy., We grieve with you. ------ And you'll fare pretty well! in 1923.!
Only Too Real .
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t ---
2. i Miss" Shockley was trying: very --- KISSIMMEE PLUMBING

Shockley-"Bob, please take''' hard to explain to the tenth glade: Wanted: sound-proof room, n

your seat." 'I'I Algebra class that the root zero was baton, and a tuning-fork, for the use SHOP

Bob--"Where do you want me to real. But several of the )pupils per- of the French class in learning the You too

take it?" sisted in arguing and saying that Marseilles-by the other pupils. ,
zero was imaginary. "Well," said -,--- Nothing Too Big
11.V. A rule is being enforced in the Miss Shockley at last, "if it was along Odd Question Isn't It? can have beautiful floors-
school now. It is that no pupil shall time from pay-day, and I had Miss: LiMtncr had lost one of Long Nothing Too Small

speak without permission, so "Be zero dollars, it certainly would beery fellow's poemg. "Ahem! Has any

ware, Macbeth, Beware." \ very real to me." one seen my "Skeleton in Armor?" 1

... .. All Work GuaranteedTo
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., SAYS THE STATE MARKETING \ IN MEMORIAM (e) donning and keeping ufftr Be Satisfactory ....
BUREAU clenlly free of vegetable Krowtfennd ,
other, obstructions, and stocking -
I Whereas: God in His infinite wisdom mosquito destroying fish
The English sparrow is such a nuisance lias seen fit to call)) home our belovedbrother if) Kllllnir or draining the untJuriK'tlun 5 143PuBlicSAILS:
in some parts of the country W. C. Bass who i of the litultli officer.u : Telephone : improves the appearance of the entire room
that mouse traps are now baited with (' ,, was iiI < ) Propt-r disposal, l by removal or
inn and it takes little work to keep well
so painted
honorary: member of the Woman's destruction I of tin Cans, tin boxes,
grains of and hundreds birds
orn corn of Missionary Society of Kissimmee broken or empty, buttl*s. nod slm- floors in splendid condition.
> are being caught. Send for Farmers' Florida for liar nrtlclt'ft likely to hold water.Section I

re5C Bulletin No. 493 entitled "English Resolved., many First .:years.That G. In ease the person responsible I The floor you paint tonight? ) will be ready for ,
: we as a society -
Sparrows' as a Pest/ issued free by deplore his death, and extendour which for the condition breed of premlsoH on I die in the morning with a beautiful surface that" will
the moequltoea or are likely
United States .
department of
agriculture love and sympathy to his bereaved to breed falls (lr .r".uae. to take necessary land hard usage and give longest wear without crack i
Washington' ,, D. C. family and we hereby! express our moftsure-s to prevent heir lag or ptfellng. ....1. will not mar and water will not ,t
<-I '
breeding within three day after no. dtecolor: Pee c.. Floor Faint. '
h An Interesting report of the peanut genuine admiration. of the sterling tlce In writing has been given hl"tIV y,.:) .ti
a oilrindustry'and,by-products'produced Cliiiatian manhood of Brother! Bass, the health officer or: within such linger .
therein is given in the United States'bureau which greatly endeared him to the timeafter Much notice aa may be
th of/ bulletin hearts of all; that we cherish with specified In the notice, the mild personresponsible We have purchased 122,000 pairs U.
chemistry No.
giJu I shall be deemed Kullv( of S. Army Munson last shoes, sizes 5Mi
1096. The peanuts are treated in the loving gratitude his long service to n violation of this oidjnanro. : and far ,
e same type of apparatus that hI"used !I God and the church and deeply" 1'- each day lifter the expliatloti of tlin-1* to 12, which was the entire surplus
in the manufacture of cotton seed oil. .'/tTt-t that he should be thus cut down s from the day on which HU 1, nonce stock of one of the largest U. S. Government v -
IH given him or for melt duiiftur shoe contractors. p.. Ce. Floor Paint (. s
The by-products are peanut oil cake, din I the midst of a. life .characterize: I Ii thi expiration of the !lane spi flflt' l 1ftth I made in nine ......ifulI
which is the product that ill recovered by unselfish devotion and glad! sacrijfiic ,. notice, AM tin* use. uuty b<*. Unit thepe.MOri color Ihst will karmonu e '
Coin life that will be regporiHiMt. fails or icTuses to This shoo i is, one hundred nth the color erlkem ol ,
after the oil has been pressed out or i I -a to u a guid- leather .
inij :star in the dnys that are to taUe I such .."'HHur.t h,' Haiti I person solid color dark tan, I any room ta the Loss
extracted with solvents oil conicand bellows
; peanut HpoiiHlblu 10 shall bo deemed '
!t KUlIt> of tongue( dirt and waterprof.f.Tlic Aik for FT. Paint Book
the tusks that to be.
meal, which is obtained by grinding i are a Heparntelolatlon! IK/ thin ordlnuoco.and .
I I actual value of this shoe is $f.())0.Owing and Color Card or urif te
the peanut oil cake and unhulled Ki cond. That a copy of these reso- In 'n rim such fHlluri- or I'.J| Sisal) of
; ,
rh, xpiiiisilili l 1. the health ( to this tremendous buy we can
Iu'l ions Lie sent to his ix'iaon <>rlu -
peanut oil feed, which is obtained by i, family. '" r Is authorized to lake' u<.resHaiMi > 'Offer to the public at I' Pcislee-Gaulbert Co-. lacLOUISVILLE.
0f grinding the residue that i.s left after Thud. That a page of our minutebook |is t'i precept the lifeeilliiK of mnsiUMOK same $2.95 M..uf actu.....

the extraction of part of the oil from j i I be dedicated/ to his memory. mid all lueeHsaiv ""'H ilirurfed KY.OSCEOLA. II I-
the whole peanut. A copy of the report j.I I Fourth. That! this resolution be bth" health officer,. for that purpose Send correct sizp. Pay postman, on j I i
shall 'be p delivery or
can be had by writing to the published in The Kissimmee Valley won responsible.Si money I i
Gazette.. shoes lire not as represented we will
United States Department of Agri- 1 ion, ii.' For the purpose of t thl.iordinance i
culture, Washington, D. C. MRS. J. II. McPHATTER. the person sponsiblc' ., for cheerfully refund your money
MRS. D. (',. McKAY. the condition of any premises! IH the, promptly upon request.
Every thoughtful observer is impressed MRS. C. E. HILTON.Alabama person UHliiR or occupjlnx the name; It-tf ,
or. In case no person IS using or oceupying -
with the fact that we are the "premises, the person who by
threatened in places with an absolute has the largest area in I..w IH entitled(I to the Immediate posession r ai
chaps in highway transportation. The I peanuts of any state according to reports ... of the need same; or. In cHse thepremises NATIONAL BAY STATE SHOE CO. Y ,
are or occupied bv two
rapid rate of increase in the number '
\ of the United States depart- or more tenants of a common landlord. ;r
of motor cars and trucks on the highways 4 ment of agriculture. In 1922 about or from lel'ounRI'I>Urtenllllt to n 296 Broaday. New York, N. Y.SANITARY .
of the country has brought 200,000 acres were devoted to this house occupied by two or more ten-
about a congestion of traffic that nits of a common landlord then the
I crop. landlord ; such tenant houe\er. IH ritxponslblo HARDWARE COMPANY
calls for some form of regulation. \ for the part of the premises
Thousands of persons are killed ev- An Otdlnance to prevent any collection which he occupies to the exclusion\ of Kissimmee, Florida
ery year and thousands more are injured I of standing or tlowlnu water In the other tenants: Provided. That. Incase .
not to speak of the whleh, mosquitoes breed or are likely the premises are occupied by the 1.
nY property to breed. In the City of Kleslmniee, tenanT under a yearly or monthly tenancy -
loss In large part by carelessness or I Florida defining such places, method or under a lease for not more
reckleness on the part of drivers. of treatment of such places, denning than a year or under any lease whereby
parties responsible and providing for the li-mor IH expressly or Impliedly
Campaigns against rats are being the punishment of all violators. obligated to keep the premises |In repair -
1E and the i694 i4444494G
carried on in Georgia and Virginia in 1IK IT EN\CTKI BY TUB
which thousands of man's most costly I COUNCIUSeitlor breed: or are likely to breed lanmlniftoh USE '
four footed pest, have been killed. I >-l. It shall be unlawful (orallY .. disrepair of the building or hull.lniCH DAIRYCO'SMILK 'I
person to have, keep, maintain or to any natural quality of thepremises Forinsurance
Rats in the United States annually cause, or permit within the corporatelimits or to any condition that ex- '& ICE CREAM
destroy hundreds of millions of dollars of City of IClsslmmee any collection hUed n.t the time when the tenant entered -
worth of food crops and other of standing! flowing water In : Into possession or to any thing!
which mos property. They undermine buildings, breed., unless such collection of during the existence of the tenancyor t Service
( chew water pipe, kill chickens and water Is treated so as effectually topn'.nt lease, then In such case, the landlord asG ti y. /,
birds, destroy young trees and plants, such breeding. Is the person responsible, Piovld- --
E indeed nothing except stone and iron Section 2 Collections of water In ed further that any person who has
{ j seem to escape their teeth.It which mosquitoes breed or an. likely caused to exist on any premises of : Phone 222IUPFERS'
I to breed are those contained in Inches, which he la not the owner, landlord (
., ,ponds, pools, excavations, holes deliiKSslons. occupant or tenant any collection of .
takes a long time to get the open cesspools, privynults.. water In which mosiiultoea breed or x -
1 I fighting fever out of the blood. It is fountains cisterns. tanks, shallow are likely to breed Is responsible, as
noW" more than four since the wells, barrels, troughs except horse well aa the owner landlord tenant or
ended. years troughs. In frequent use), urns, cans, occupant, aa the case may be. I INSURANCE AGENCY
war Everyone
hoped that the
boxes bottles tubs buckets, defective Section 7. For the purpose of enforcing
treaty of peace would be followed by house roof gutters, tanks or flush closets the provisions of this ordinance LET US SERVE
general disarmament. Nothing of the or other similar water containers the health officer or his lawful .....
sort has happened. There are more Section ). The natural presence of sub-ordlnate. may at all reasonabletimes YOU ,
mosquito larvae In standliiK or runnlntr enter In end upon any premises
men under arms, more warships in water shall be evidence that mosqultoe within his Jurisdiction.
commission, and more devilish en- are breeding there. Section. Any person found gusty.
i gines and appliances for wholesale Section t. Collection of water In of a violation of thin ordinance, as decrlbed We want to have ,
murder in existence than which mosqultoe breed or are likely In section 6 hereof shall be you
now, ever to breed shall be treated by such one punished by a fine of not less than one your daily share of this
before, in the history of the world. or more of the following; methods fie dollar ($1) and not more than twenty-. BANQUETS AND DINNER
shall be approved by the health offi five dollars (rte). good milk. Will you ..-
The butter market in the United cer.a Section e. This ordinance shall ben phone your order? It is PARTIESThe
r States has recently been strong ) Screening with wire netting" full force and effective on and after
enough to attract Imports from New of at least It meshes to the inch the thirtieth day from the day on milk at- its, full-creamed
each way or any other material which It l. approved. .
Zealand and Denmark as well as which will effectively prevent the Read a tint time In open session, best we want you to
l 'from .other butter producing eountri. Ing-res or egress of mpsqultoes.. and by nlmoutKconsent (the Rule. try it.
(b) Complet. emptying; every seven Dung" waived) was placed' Upon It.
...', During December") and January new management of the Graystone Hotel
day. of unscreened container, reading; and final passag-e and .unanl- Dining Room offers
; : d9'. ,overA00,00pounds of.batter were together with their. thorough .ry- mously pawed this ttt! day of MarcJl, unexcelled service for Banquets and Private Dinner tI"
from New Jag or oleaDlogv .. . NI : Pa I"d- '
hipped Zealand' ports destined ito ,A. D..UII., ., ... f Dy 1
forNewYork and San ( ) \1.10" a larrlolde approved and ,t ISI.HANSEu;, :., ,- .ai v.our9Wllkmanf' .
Fran- applied under the.direction of the t ,' teln. a A good supply of the best foods obtainable always, on hand.' J'
cfap.; me Imp rt duty on butter Is health Mflcer. AU.ah.Pre.1ientpro( .... .... ?.. .. ,;.f'Qounclr .. '. Y'd.
_ .Peeper'. pound:and ,the ocean freight i r(d) Coverlnc completely the iur'face .s 'J.' -Qn.nIllR'r.. ;, CIvic. ( -
r rate-;from _New:?,Zealand is' about 2c ' ..f th..watar' with,.kerooeto. "' '. J".' .day 01 March ifLt ORDERS FOR REGULAR SPANISH DINN ASOLICCIp eL".rJ
petroleum or paraffin oil once .v flUOALt"! ; ... fJ, ,OILBlIIRT. 7
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..-=.- J THE KISBIlIl TEE 'Ai i.i"G'1Z E''I'IC.FBIDAY' ,, MAECT..'.:U2S ,, ,..;., ,;

000000000 0000004 hO1' NOTICE or > .
s SALE, t DOB.: Horss Bmh*. .
4 Bilk t
t! t Dos Scrub JJ pepper Iba. '
Brushes. *
Legal Advertisements NOTICE I. hereby given' that under 8 Lb Can Ground pepper -IB Dos. .Bulk;( x.m.sage Tablets 1 Iba. ,
a, and by. virtue of a Writ ot Exeoutlon .16 C.. Paste J dos 14 Tablet ft PenciL
oraeaeaooaeeeeaeeeeI. 0 issued on the lIUI day or February, .3 C./Spices mixed: 91 Box. Oum. "
4 A. D. 1113 In the case or James. L. Castor 011. 1 Dos
Sp.l\ Lamp
Chimneys No. I.
rlrcef CMrt ITIh Jafllelal,, c.r. a. Exeoutor;: or the Last 11 Tooth picks' 48. I v
(Iseeola ( y 111da. I. C....." Teat.ment of WIll and. t C*. Turpentine. 11" Pioneer Broom Broom.
ceaaed. Complainant versus Waters 1J Des WritingTablets.. 1 Taft W.
ft House Broom.
Orlando. MorturaB ,Loan Company. Canon Oroo..y Company a corpora 11 DOB.Pencil tablets. t Ca, V. C. 8pajfh.tU'Med18.
''a corporation, J lion e' al,, Respondents pending In .11 Dos Bpelllnir tablet. 4 V. C. Spaghetti Med. 41. i.
the Circuit Court of the 17th Judicial 18 French' Spices. ft 'f Candy Yam.. 14. .
Frank. 11. Lawton, Circuit of the State ot Florida lif and ,!{. Ci. French.. Sage 24. t ", V. C.Tomato Soup 48.
NOTICM OK1 MASTER'S BALE. for Oceola County, that 6 Ground 14. I "' Herring, 10 Iba :
No!!Ire Is hereby given that under on the 17th day of lCebruary7A. U. It ,". Oround Mustard 24. 24 Premier Salad...Small..
and I by virtue of, a. nthee28th dayrof 1913. l levied upon and eel..eI. the here 8 "' French's clove 14.r II Premier Salad. Larva.. : on matter. described 6 to '
13 Noodle
( personal Ground black IDs S. A,
property a* pepper (14)) "
p.nding .ton that certain cause. the property of the Klislramee Whole- II 'f Pie Peaches 1-10 to a. 14 ". Spaghetti A. A. I
isti-lr the Circuit Court. sale Grocery Company, a corporation 1Y.hou.e II 0" vinegar, 17 Macaroni a A, <
"v'ntponlh, Judicial Circuit., O.oeol a one ofthe neapondenta said 1 1I..d.n. 1 doa.qtt vinegar I Tom. Catsup .I Doa 15V4 Ox.
Count. Florida, In. Chancery. wherein styled cause, and that on": Mon 8 rm dos gal Jugs W-house.. '. bottle (
<> MortKHK1 Loan Company a y.In April being the tnd day of JII .., Jp. Jordan 6 teal to ea.o W.H 11. Thanksgiving pumpkin I dos
,''>r miration' la complainant and Frank April. A. U. mi. 1 will offer for sale 7 J bbl Jordan rinta Vinegar t OB. N*, 1.
II IIwlon In defendant, 1 will on the and sell to the highest and beet. bidder 188 Sk. corn. 14 Btokely Lye Hominy 8)os; U SERIES 8'IVD DAKEJGltT.S1X SEDAN '1"0 ;"
Vlmt Monday In April. 1(11 It beingHi at the Klashnmoe Wholesale Grocery a Hbl qts elder vinegar 8' oa. No. 1H- .
/oI'ondJay\ of the month and a Is- Company's placo of bualnews, located. 113 34k. Hapl' Chop. 6 Skipper Herring100 Lbs. r .
Ml, .,.1 l ls day during the legal hour In part of Lot 1, of lllock I of W. A 89 U. 4 -California Apricots I Dos. No. Hidden qualities largely determine the value 'and :+1 .
,,f ante, offer! for sale and sell at thfroi .. Patrick's Addition to the Town of KIsslmmea 5 Old beck. J life of closed I
.I door of the Oacnola County Court City Florida, and situate on 236 >. Oats. 9 Dew Kist Corn No. I. a car.

HIIIIKI. KlB linnie.., Florida, to satisfy. Stewart (Avenue, between ICmmett. and IIHI red star shorts. 4 't Chili Sauce 1 dos 16 Oi. Beauty! of line and finish and refinements ore surface : ': "Jt
mill d.'ui-uo,, the following; describedr Hryan Hlrerts: In Klanlmmec, Oneeoln. ((17 single lead I ".. Chili Sauce 2 dos. No. 8.
i rUtt', .lluot"l lying/ and being In County, Florida during the legal hours 133 feed store aborts 8 Individual P A Beans. indications and important ones. But your satisfaction \ -. '
"ih? "lit orl inn iiii'ii-il Heventy-ono, Seventytworiulilvnlno . of the said. KI..lmm'eVhol...- 18 Alpha Meal. 48 ". V. Camps P Bean 48 Small. upon
and Ninety of Section One, Bale Grocery Company In the following 178 .". Hold proof scratch. 1 Dairy Maid Korn Kernels. . factors that are unseen-the in-built qualities that : i 1

'J'| .,w imhlp Twenty-six, IlanKo Thirty, described pnrsonal properly'now :23 thuioughbred. 10 U. William Kidney. Beana No. come from correct design use highest grade materials *
th. pint of the ', 2.
.,. ?nllMK I" HerulnolvI contained In their place of t>u"lnena, nit 16r. corn. .
,?,ml,, nod I Invi'Btmi-nt CQmpanv'a In- aforesaid In KIsHI"", ,,'e. Florida, vU : 266; 1111110 fopd. 11 > Karo Oreen Label. 0. and careful workmanship. ,, ":': ; .< '}I.'
.ri| rntPd. flat of Hoc!Ion One tiled In HO HaleH liny. Avg 12H llta 45 icm scratch. 11 Karo Green Label II. .
th. office of the Clerk of tho!! Clrrult 2ft c. Pink SulnioH, 48-1. 211 happy 7 Blue Label Karo 6. The 23 Series Studebaker Light-Six Sedan is a : ,\ I

t'.ut3, and recorded among the public 7 V. ArKo: PInk Salmon 48-1 happy hen mash.S8 1 .". Baby Oem No. 2 Beans Lima,, quality car. It is built to ondure--to give lasting f. J I
n,0nd$ of < >"-oLa ('onnty.alao Lot( 14 H M Fish Flakes 14. ruin. 4 Paris Coin No. 1.
Mi,," of Block "N" of the old\ town of 6 Cud flail 14. 42 bran cotton. 16 Parts Corn No. 2. satisfaction. ,; ;'I
oHHi-t. acrorrtlntc to the corrected 4V' 4\1 scratch. -6-'Pimento 24. '
;\ r. Camps Kidney Heana
.. ,' 18/ '' Raffle Brand Milk. The Sedan body is substantially built. It will last ;
11''up' of the mild town of Nnrooomiooilhil 1/7/ Hnb Camps' Milk 8 bulk oat moaL t' '
I In the ofllc of the Clerk of the 18 V. Camps Catsup 24-Hinnir. 6 Jim dandy cow feed 11 V. Camps Vegetable Soup. for years and retain its beauty and comfort. Evidence '. .
Court of Otireola County. Florida 1 Snlder's 18 Uran In 11 lrlll room peas.
el\iniilt Large burIal '
on the llth day of January A. I). I HnMer's Hiimll Catsup catsup 24.24 43 ]Mica grit 48 )cart's. Delight Corn. of its hidden goodness lies in the fact that down under _.. ,:I
"HI. situate lyinwr and being In Oocei 8 lied Hot Chill 86 PMlsburys 24 Ibs. 1 Box Billing paper -
,i l',: i Countyv. Florida 23 Oysters 48. 48. 8 rillsbury 98 lb. 1 Floor trucks. the paint and varnish,the pillars, roof rails and sup. .,' l ;

'1','rnts of sale cash. Purchaser top 17 ', Campbell's Roup 48. 29K/ rillsburya. IX Ib... I lillllna Machine porting members are made from specially selected ash. iN J
1 W
15 ('.. Adding Machine.
,,iv for deed.Iated t Veal Loaf 24. Khmer ground.
I this JSth day of February, 12 Corn Reef Ubbeya 48-1. 9 cayenne pepper.8 . 1 Iron safe. Four wide-opening doors make it easy for all pas ';

I '128 1 .... Armours Macon 612. ground mace 1ftraled this 28 day of February A. D. sengers to get in or out without inconvenience to each ':
W. J. HT" O. K Pure Pack 9 dos Castor till. '
Tripe 24. '
Special Master. 4 Sausage Meat Wilson 48-1. 9 dos. petrolleum Jellle.Cs. L. R. FAIIMRR.. :: other. A high-grade heater affords summer warmth on J i
As Sheriff
of Osceola
DICKINSON: A rm'KINHON. 4 < whole nutlnir. County .
'' Apples 24
By HOB CAMPBEL. D S. cold, damp days. The wide windows give bro vision
.solicitors for Complainant. 11-61 11'1./ .. ivarhes10.. cartons French mustard.
12 '' Florida Syrup 8-10 8 cartons ISpsum salts. UItI'IOTIK in every direction. :
'in the County Judare'e Court Oar.olat'.unly. 10 Molasaes (AllKator) 8 5 lb. bates of ball twine.432x4 .
OF FOR TAX Studebaker is traditional.
Klorlda. In Probate. In tho 38 Florida Syrup 14-21-2. tubes APPLICATION DEED quality ; :
iimttrr of the estate of Henry W. Corl.lerened 10 String Iteana 24 2 32 x 8% tubes. ,

Citation. THE STATE OF 6 .. Mix Vegetables 24III 16 SO x 1 blowout patches Notice Is Hereby Given That JohnA. 1923 MODELS AND PRICKS o. b. factories .f.
KI... .KinA TO: Nellie <>. Corl; Charlesli V. Camps tall milk. 8 10 x 3 blowout patches Abberger. purchaser of Tax Certificate ""'
; Carl; Edward Herhold Nor M. Hee-. 47 Corn pride of the \nllu>' 9 das. No. 1 holdfast patch stock.X No. 1919, dated the trd day of LIOHT- IX 6PSCIAU-8IX BIO-SIX! "
Calhoun Heebold. Catherine Hee- 21 ilos. No. 1 2 holdfast patch atock. [ L 6-r... / ,'W.SOH 8. ' ,'
held : Hitters Means 14. June A. D. 1.. 8. has filed said certl- -rmn.inw.fOH.f. ', - u W. D. ;
l bald l ( Mentley) ; Cordelia Heebold: Anode 26 Potatoes 4 e... grapenuts. floats In my office., and has made application f.Touring . .6 H. 1'. t
C. John.on; Frank torn; U. M. McCauley 10 Apples10.. 3 evaporated apples 34. for tax-deed to Issue. In accordance Toumac--- .7S _______,t75Roadstert.Pa ,
; Frank MoCauley.; Anna Mc- .,,8 Tom No. 1-24. 14 M No. 18 paper bans. with vlaw.. ,Said certificate Roadstwd-.). 973 _1250Coupe a s--Pro'- .fl7M {.' ,
Cauli-y (O"el)1 Charles 1" Scarboapch; 4 Tom: No. 8-24 28 No. 8 paper baits. mbrare-- the following described pr..perty. Coupe.R.-._ sa) 2400
Laura Hhlasler; Uelle Oussfordl Verda ,ll Tom No. 1-411. 12 "iNo. 20 (4-Pses.)_1175 C= :;i= "
paper bags. situated In Oaceola County. Florida (I.P_).,.._... ill (S- 15SO
I'lmrliworth ;; Ida O. .rord; Iden Scarhouxh I Pall Sweet M. Pickles 5 Uol.) 14 VJo. 12 paper baga. to-wit; 1104_ 1 So Helen Hcarbounh. Alice "" ..a.. T Ck. Dill Pickles 24-2H- 4" No. 14 paper bags. fLot S Block: "'", Patrick's Addition .' "J

fall and all other persons Interfaced 8 ...* Itellsh Sweet 14. Hmftll. 6 No. 26 paper baga. w L KUainmee CIty ..., "Torma to M_t Your Conr.nJ no. .i i
> that Albert Dlefendorf. as ..x... 4 ,Tr. Sugar A Hone)'. 20 ,' No. U. paper bans.S. data of. the issuance of said certificate I
utor of the above estate, baa tiled a I Rurarand Cinnamon. .". No. 1 paper ,",1Ir.. ta' the-hame. of Mr. W. C. Basa Unless '1CESSIMMEE 'COMPANY : ,1.
rt I.rn to take b halt of Ix>ts ( and 12 V. Camp. Salad largr 43 No.4 paper bags. said certificate shall be redeemed. AUTO .
9 North of lot 10 oflllork 7 Hrown Huger 24-1. 14 No. 10 papor bags. according law tax deed. will Issue .
I' of the Town of Ut loud. 0.- 6 Royal Salad Med.. 24 D No. 5 paper bags. thereon on the Hat day of March A. Kissimmee Florida \
i cola Coonty Florida, according to the II V. Camps Med. 24. R No. < paper bags. D. 1921. ; t tI
recorded plat thereof and In said |>..- 1 ." Desert peaches. 14 12 No. 2 paper bags J. L. OVER8TREET titian also ask for authority to sell| to Toilet Paper Cc .1..... 1811 8k Plllsbury 8 11,,,. Clerk Circuit Court t
tend dispose of same In order to carryout 11 Hose Hud No. 6 I matchea 14 Meeker 8 IIYZ Flour. Oaceola County, Florida. THIS IS A STUDEBAKKR YEA'
the terms of the Will and effect 10 Hose Hud No. CO matcheii2ft 12 ', Plllsbury's Whole wheat 6 I Ibs By H. H. BULLOCK D. C. '
u distribution of the assets. .f aald estate Safe Home Matches. !08 (Camlco' 12 Iba. Flour. (SEAL) 12-Et
YOU ARC;: COMMANDKO t. appear I ". He In the above court on the 11th 1 Drum Antl-Orman Inaettlcld*. 492 Hunllght 12 Iba.. Flour In Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of
day of April. A. I). 111. and show 41 Cs. Carnation I..irire. 194 Sunlight 24 lb. Flour. Plorlda Circuit Court of Oaceola Coun- r
ause If any you have, why said petition 21 Carnation liaby 111 Gold I>uat 6 Ibs Flour. ty. In Chancery. Bill to Quiet Title.J. ..
should not be arranted. 5 *' Jar Rubbers ll Gross to cnso. 184 Uold Dust 12 Ibs. Flour. D. Chunn Complainant vs. W. Q. Gaze tte"'Want'Ads" Do 'the Work k !
WITNESS my name a.County3udga: 1 Armours 'orn Klakes 46 Cream Meal. Wicks and Myrtle 8. Wicks. Defendant -
and the seal of the above court on this 10 Roy Pride 48-1 M. XX W. U. Meal. *. Order"of Publication It ap- ,
the lat day of March A. 1>. 111 10 ,JIO)'N Pride 12-5. 2 lb. linkers Bait. peering by sworn .BW..r Complaintthat H. :
(Heal of County T. la. COMKR.Judce'a 9 in))'. Pride 6-10 18a Kk. Common fine salt. the defendants, Wicks and
Court) County Judice. 2 ".. Klue Isabel 2(-134. 98 Triangle salt. Myrtlo 8. Wicks are citizens of State ; '
... other. than the State of Florida to-
JOHNHTON A OARHKTT. 4 lied Label 24-1 H. 380 Ice Cream .It.IIG "
Attorney. for Executor. It-Bt 1 Red Label 11-&: Hudnuta Grits. wit the State of New York but that
I Oreen Isabel 14-1 %. 8 11. K. ...... their address Is unknown, and that !
JIIAtlTKR.tI tlALt: 7 *' lllue Label 11-6. SO Htce-Hondurous. they are over the age of twenty-one .'l.l
10 Roy's Pride 14-IVi- 18 nice D..t. yearTb..... are therefore to command .
Under and by virtue of a decree of K .". Clolden By. 3/-134. 14 Navy Means Mich H. .'. you.. the said W. a. Wick and 11I1H
foreclosure and sale rendered and entered 7 lllue Label I.10. III Baby Limas Myrtle S. Wicks, to be and appear to
on July llth. 1111 by the Hon.Charlea 10 Purity Oats IKt 34 Cs Pink Salmon. the said Bill of Complaint on Monday
O. Andrews, Judge of the Circuit -. Parity| Oats 18. 7 2H Pineapple Dnlmonte. the 0th day of April. A. D. 1911. Or
Courts tnaud for Oaceola County.Klorlda. H ', Purity Urlta. 6 lilaCk berries 4-. Decree t Pro-Coufeaso will be entered '
.' In Chancery Jo .a .rtatal at .o" .Clots* Jlna. 17 Hrlck Halt. eghtnetlYou by default. pone; and ordered .
*..*..In said Court pmidlaar wkareln 8 '* fndlrldual Corn flakes. 15 Figs 70. this the lat day' nf March. A D. ;
John: Wilson' Edwin K. Wilson and O. It V Camps Pumpkin 14.1ft 21 ", Shrimp 42. 1911./ J.: L OVtBKOTREBT. Handy
A. Lemmon, aa Hxecutora of te last Old. Dutch Cleanser. 5' No. .JI MtT pickles. Solicitors Davta : ,Clerk Circuit Court.
will and testament of Themaa ,Tllaon.deceased tt Lance Van Campa Tom Catsup 10 ) No. i Mix pickle*. for Complainant ll-St
were complalnaata. and /Ar.lhur. I : ( Ml.. pickle (Copy of Official Boat). .' 1 t : .... .1;'].: ''\''' In.K' -': '
N. Doresanr Pat Joanatvn.. Kla4mmee I It M 'Armors bate, Large S*. 11 -. Krob\ No. lVfrp ckles.Sf J .No' wutelo .um"worlr'" ,. _. {>[tin .I"
Coihpany. . JtrOTICil TO' CKKDITOM :7. aSlidnr .. \
Cattle Ges 'Neyg.and a .tt.p-OOW.aNo. I. udg.Xrm Pea.. I k-::
William H.1 1 Fottvr. were ..,....a.t., the 12 r Torn .Flake Lr(*. J t TI'.b1L Max. Hou* Coffee 'lIbe'bllerilti'11L1d'I 'hettlN ifltb ,6.1; ,
nderalaraad will 0..... foc-aia). mad all '. "rftFv 8f ed Rlca' ' 10 -C*. "Wlleon Coffee Bulk. >(' Iba. I. C...... ot. the c-.17 ... O.e.da "'" >;*,:. .. ,.. -. V$ 1
to lha fal.baat and beet Udder >er aaah. S Ralston Breakfast :Pood. I lee 'ArbuekleOoffee.. .- .... S.o.aaty'ytal."bt fJ"hau.r. M tx rtJeavitilr -
In; front of th. Court llona. door. In '1. ""\, mlnom Oata. - 41 Lbv. ,ArbuekteBrealrtast'CoSe: *., Ettsleye -to ; ,1. -1 0'1t. .9'j ,, '''
Klealmraee. Florida.between.'' the legal I 1 "f' Alaca-'Syrup ,'10. t Ca, -iptons Tea 34. 26 Ib*, : ,. '" "f..rf" ] ;
houra of ...1. oa the and dar .f April./ 4 "< Okra .Tom, 14. I t* Lba. LlptonTA 14. .; A. Pr."att. 1) iid.4'i.: ". 1 ,d
1(11. th. following described real *.. 1 ." 'Alaca syrup IS-i. ,S 4 Cs...> .. Houae tear 31.1"tbs. idfcMntk 1\1'.J pC.." t'rib.t,.... ftread f' n
:' I .. "'.'''__ b N CI J.... I a
tat altajal In said Oeoeola Ouaty, 4 toda 1 Lb. t ;;1 NQCI'T"'k. Ma 61 Do... or. Ja'th t I A
I Demand ..-aln.t.at4 st ales r
Florida to-wlli t N Sal soda ',; I .& JfOlUlarT. "
I .. ,
twenty .'4',1 < "I'Maxttleash.a': "'1 Tog: and *, are:) .lie"K4 j -.4
All of Beotioua Ichtean (ll), ft 8k. Peanut (40 Iba. 1 10.- b." ,< ult'1l9'i' at .
nO. twenty-two (IS), twenty-elcht I C..*.'Alara 4...1.... > .t Maa.Lb (II) and thirty , thirty-two (It) except the 'W.rt...... '11 .- 'Shoe. Pellsh t Do*.' > ".' Mlnce.M. .i. : gro: **. either o.ou. may have Bataat$ the estate c..p. f ..
I -t "|M>*. ... .1." I \Hv*. I .Vur..Pack:- of Sarah A. Preratt. d.oe...... la f ....t. .... .'
qua.alit e ; ostbfat..pratot I PlW-Pol .h 11 Do.W .. ,4 ". Pare J-aok Roast beef. .f Osceela Count,. Florida- to- the u.e.derNgn0d . .J. n
-Tour .(>4)._-all belnaIn OWNblpSouth "** I -- It 2 Roast beef 14. v.3uleestov: .lek ,.stater, Food. 'Ii.t
ewb.berry .
Ranee IX .IDaat. 1 .' W\ Jam I4-K of Hot, 9 Conyof'34. Wkhlu : t/.J..ra' from dat.' ,* ereof. '
JOHNUADML 0.1" ., It "BHtea'"Beef tilaas"SU or. "'. Dated January 14th7A.. 'O.' I911.Kxctitr.. ; T
It-It Special Maater la Chancery. I 1 ., Pork ft Bean10.. 14 Bosoral. S4 I>oa. '0. F.+" .. "MaeFJtl(;.. reet t'li> yfltl6\ ;$",;"" ,

Pk. Cracker Ice .1... 62 Victory Vienna T-lt .; ? .
+ ilx4 bi1Q. rI"' ". tlit milL 0'i :-
NOTICH 0. FINAL D1SCAR03LIn : 1..4 C.. )Paotak Flour. Plllsbury. 15 Cerole 44. } 1
Muokwheat. 2. Potted Meat 41.S3 NOTICE' 0. IIrJ1QAIiLIDOI.: Tl Jtt i
th. County Judge's Court of 0oeola M Pill.. Bran. .. Potted Meat. : 'soto.'tk6t' 1 -, ,
Florida .. I (Y.oU"A.n IIMRKBY' given '
County. 1 Aunt Jemima Orlts. I
.. "MJLuNG 'ro.84'i16oiartQ' :
11 Jellle 14.14 Oa. Lbs. Telle)'. O. P. 34. l.wlll'a4y.taa4, >* 10"0' IhLastshature .1BLISU ..
In R.: Estate of Charles W. Ward.deceased. 14 M Tapioca 14.Kelloits 6 Cs. Ilumford 4-5. ., pI the Sta or Drohlbiting', tor .n/ )J,"* n'., '. III .. udLa-< ... 0' _.... h ,
3 Bran. 60 Lbs. TetUy'e O. P. U. the >} of a.'1.w' Hoff. U .. .. . . .. ... .. . .
whomIt .. rromru.nAI..t larce.lo.4> aolaO>uii.. .... ..... . . ....!t. . . .. .
all .
Notice la hereby given to B Coooanut ft Ib. cans < to CII.I 40 fkT.: Butter paper. {
may. concern that on the lOth day Canned Cocoanut 41. 11 c.. Brock' White Wonder 1 gross. ty. providing for impounding of' said
of March. A. 1>. 111. the ....,*..laDd 2 Libby Beets 24 R Instant Poatum No. 1ft. hogs and .ae thereof and tpekingowner '

Judge will apply of the to above the Hon.entitled T. court L* Coiner alt- 11 t "" Cocoanut French Mustard 1.8 1C 14.Ibs to cs. N 1 "" Instant Instant Postum Poatum NO.9.Ne. S damages of said caused 1e.poMdble.forany bognnnlna;' at to .... 6 It., o.. .... ... i'. i fit. .... . 0 ... O'.. ...... .

tine; aa Judire of Probate at hl. office a V. Camp Sifted ,,.a.. 12 Postum cereal No. 1. large.. A ropy of said propoaed lair S. H. PIIIPPS '
In the County court house of Oaceola I Orange Marmalade 14-lt. 6 Postum Cereal No. 0. can be seen at my office In the Bank of C. F. PIIIPPS I
County at Klstlmmee Florida for our 4 Guava Jellle 14-11 Oa. 130, Lba. Green Coffee. Osceola County Building Klsnlmme,
final discharge. aa executor of the estate 14 V. Camp Hominy 14. 80 Lbs. Cone Twine. Florida. PAT JOHNSTON. PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE.I
of Charles. W. Ward deceased and -II Conquer K. June I'eaa. 1 Cs Calumet B Powder 4-10 Ib*. t-tt
that at the same Urn we will presentour IB Heckera Oats 18. S Calumet n. Powder 38. \
final accounts .. executors of the 1 P.k. MeaL 2 Calumet B. Powder S Os. Advertising Is of no more Import GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIESFISK
aid estate and ask for their approval.Dated 11 Watervale Peas No.2.I 17 Ilumford H. Powder H OB. ance to a merchant than gasoline is
January 1. A. D. 1629. Htebblns Peanut Uutter i to
Quality Peanut Mutter 24-1. 5 Koyal H. Powder 12 Os. -
C. WAYNE WAUU.ICxecutora 11 Luncheon Peanut Butter 12-2 18 Teast. -
of the last will and testament 6 fitebblna Peanut Butter qt. 22 Eddies niue IN SPIER'S BUILDING :
. of Charles ,V. Ward deceased. 7 Luncheon Peanut Butter, 12-S. 26 Sliced lice 3% Glass.
I-PI 11 >' V.. Campo Peanut hotter small 7 Thousand. No. 2 Paper trays. J i: After Every Meal $ PHONE 171 \ KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ', I
a6. 3 No. 1 Paper truyaB A. o.o.o '
JVOTIfH TO (CHKDITOIIHla 10 V Camps. Peanut Uutter, large No. 2 Paper trays. 00.0000000000000000000 OOOOOO'tooo.O'ooo.ooooo I
12 6 No. -6 Paper traya.
la foart of tke fmrnmtr Jadsje. >MeolaCouaty 1 V Camps; Peanut Mutter, Med 1 No. S Wood trata !
..... ef Florida 24 1 Paper. I'latoa 8 Inch I
6 Blue Ridge Coffee 50 II>MIt 2 r... CO Dos No. 2 Burners. WRlGLEYS'Cbew II
In re Estate of lllue Ridge Coffee 25 IhM 10 Totted Meats V4 Oa
Byron A. rotten, Deceaae 07/ Holla paper 10 Ibs to roll 2910 Iba 3 Armouis Vienna No. 8. I
To all Creditors, teiateea.. niatrlhut. 14 Cheese 7SS Lhs. 8i Horn Re Tablets. t
and all I'eraons havlnic Claims or 1 Cubes Copln Cakes 25 Ibn.B ft Cs HI men's pepper Haur
Demands ugalnstsald Kntatn.: KalMlns Cookies. 39 Lbs 3 Air Line Honey 14 OB
You and each of you are hereby notified 7 Lemon Illacults 72. 3 Jordan's pepper sauce 24. your food
I and 0 Required to present any 6 Can Atlantic 40 lbn 12.V I ft! Hires Root liner.
c-lnlms and demands which you oreither Cube Oyaterutten> 66 Ibs 12. 3 Dried beef In tin 48. well then useWRIGLEY.S
of you, may have aicalnst the 11 rubes Saltlna 78 tba 18 21 Jello to ii7T'Ax.Es.
estate of llyron A. I'atten, ,deceased 18 Soda Cracka 1S6 Ibs. 12 2 Ice Cream Power.
Ate. of Oaceola County "Florida to the 5 litxlH Klroatone Tires 5 loaf cheese I aid digestion.
undersigned Executrix of said estate, 132x334 Firestone Tires. 21 ,' Kraft Chf"eai.-Pimento Che'so.
within two years from the dnte hereof 3 12 x 4 Firestone Tires 2' No. 1-25 Dox to cs. .
Dated Jun 29th A. 1 11. 1928.KT11BL 134x6 Firestone TWR.I 21 Thousand comet Rnvrlopcs. It also keepsthe
K AMEN I 411 x H Firestone TlrlT.. 24 DOS Cob Pipes. .
teeth clean
8-Jt Kxccutrlx.MUTICH 1 16 x 6 Firestone Tire. 3-Oross. No. 2 Lamp wicks.
11 ( ... Octagon: LnrKe 2-Oroas No. I Lamp wicks.44Cartons breath sweet ,
TO CHKDITOHNla 40 Toilet paper. lOc. RnuffH Gross each carton. '
48 Hold Oust 100 31-Boxes' Sidman Cigars keen.
.J...... Oaeeola! appetite that the Tax Books
Teart .r the. faa y 23 Irandma's 100. 31 Special ClgarB Notice is hereby given
feaaty, State e( ..'.rl.... B > Lux 100. 10 Tampa Special.
In r.. Hstate of 8 faux 60. 12 Cs Peanut Bars The Gnat American
JAMES I). FISHER UKCBABED 6 Lucerne Hath 100. 6 Bile Stick rtars
To all Creditors, Learateea, Ulatrlbutee.H 4 .. Kirk's soap 1 dross 4 .. Coeoanut Hllirs for the City of Kissimmee will Close Saturday, | ,

and all Persons having Claims 01Demanda 7 Itlnso. 10 Dross Prince Albert Tob i,1, ..
against aald Estate: 4 O. Dutch, 10 Thousand, Ke> no Cigarettes.
You and each of you, are hereby notified 8 *' Ammonia-26 small 20 Camel's March 31. A penalty of 5 per cent will be added , g ,
and required to present anyclaims B Honlma Powder. 2i Groaa Apple. Tob. 10 lt>.
and demands which you, or B 1-Ual Oil Cans 1 dos to Cs. 12 Brown Mule Tob 10 Ih 71;
cither of you. may have against the 10 V Camps Label Soap. 5 .. Caddy Red J. Tob. 10 lb. .
D. deceased to all taxes not paid by that date. 5
estate of James Flatter It Maacot. IH Oeorge Washington Tob. Save 111 '
late of KlsBlmroee, Osceola Count, 1 Gllcerlne Tar. I DOB 844. :J
Florida, to the undersigned> Executorof B Lava. I Gross Reynolds Natural Leaf Tob. I .)3;
said within two year tram 11 Ara/o starch 48. 4 Cat. Reynolds Natural Loaf Tob.

the date hereof. I P. Olive H Gross. S Lba each. :? n.' ,.
Dated Feb.. 8th. A D. 111. 11 Ole Palm 1. 5 Ca. Whole clove 24
JAMBS M. WII.LSON. ( ', Palm Olive <4.Gross. 14 Dos EdKeworth R. R.
I.IL Executor. 1 Magnolia Oil qts. 40 Pkg. Vanilla mints. ,
_. It Arvo starch '0. 1 Gross Cream Tarter. H'- ; '

OUTHKHif COMPANY: I Kirk'. Ass, Soap... 10. 1 Thousand Ice Cream. Cones ,.. ii. 'R GILBERT !
a. f ", Wanders Lye. 10 C* Cracker Jack :
Notlot la hereby: given that tb* annual V ITtlnirBford; Corn Starch. 1 Gross Stud Tob. t
I meeting of the stockholder of t "-Klrk'a 41* ....0... 4 Dos Toothpick Cut ... :
SOUTHERN UTILITIESCOPAleY.. .31A OU .,....1.... .. Vanilla Extract Slit. No. a NOM ? I ,
will fa* held 'at the o'llc..tlle COlli.L 4 ,Mustard Sardine 17" L/ pany Klaalmmee. Osceola County. Florida I 11-4 Lard. 24 to Lemon Extract!: Pure No t, '
on if -._jtCard.. ', 15 *', >As ort4l Extract No. S. MENTHOLAIUM : CityClerk.'and'Taii'Collector't '
II o'clock noontor.tben.ldctios.fs4 director It > ..Triangle Bait 1. II ', MCCorm)ck's Extract No. i.. . .... .. .. .
L for'th* ensuing yar. and for 1 ..'tCan.aKLOlt.eausa/e.' I" Vanilla Kxtraet No. 4. t, ciao; 2R Ji .I .-.t' :'
the. tranaaotlon of any and, all buslnea a1 A "",.. I h Lemort Extract No.. ,.4 cl""ear. it.. (1.. r
tbaLmay.pome: before the mtlovn ,U Do.vWahBo.rdsr' 11 Box. ** of lockers ''H'r; >..Jit i r", ,+ .". it I :4yrh )It t'< ,t< ,;),..;E1/I f-t.T': 'erns' j 'It ..';.-.f 114 M
I New 1"9rk. N"Ta.1I'obruary., : I.... 4. Ca... Lard 100 lb.JOllet *. .11 ." "' ,,Hard.:Ba11s. M
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AJditorAeel.von Til. i S.: GILBERTS': C1MG: OUT :ALE ,

The .

the cur mee public had ha at asgo STILL GOING ON .


the wa the ein Plenty of Good Bargains for you to Save Money On. Don't miss this chance to

was high with naette save- \ on every article you buy. Here are a few Specials for Saturday and Monday:

n sec
time .
we sh ,

one o 6 yards of Gingham for $1.00 Lot, Ladies' High Shoes worth $4 to $8 for $1.49 ...

High THl They 8 yards of Outing Flannel' for $1.00 Don't fail- to attend this closing out sale where "

look school 5 yards of Colored Linene for $1.00 prices are slaughtered and where every article is ,

thing* ,

tempt ucces Men's medium wt. Onderwear worth 8Se, at 49c to be sold regardless of price.

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den, Mcetch: Owen, and Beat; and of our love we cherish fond dream Commerce, or the S. H. Bullock There was a large attendance. Tot
0 rw [ IN SOCIETY'S REALM,. :Misses Smith, Caldwell, and Best. I I-__ AROUND TOWN T for the development of the I'arent- home. (Guild is {planning to assist in every
1 4- ---.4 Teachers Afisociation. Every parent, way to raise. funds for a parish horn.
MUSICALE AT Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp every teacher, every well-wittier of Today, March 9, due to the incipient --
THE NEWBY INNA the school,is eligible for membership.Come arrangements of Miss Albina Smith, The W. C. T. U. recalled their social
BIRTHDAY SURPRISEFOR very interesting informal musicale Great sorrow and saddened heartsare let us work together for the there is a motorcade to Longwood. schedule' for tonight because of
MRS. FRIPPA was held in the music room of in several Kisgimniev homes, but I common good of our common schools. near Sanford, to visit the Key Stone the lecture by Colonel Dan Morgan .
few of the friends of Mrs. Celeste the Newby Inn last Saturday night with James Whitcomb Riley, of the We hear there will be a social for all and other poultry yards. Leo Wilson to be given at the Christian church.
J. Fripp, who have been for when Mrs. Newby, assisted by her departed: inclined to attend, under the auspices and his representative groups prob-
eral associated sev- sister. Mrs. Nell Warren Zurn, of Or- "We cannot say, and we will not say, of the P. T. A. on Friday night ably 'will join Miss Smith and her Kanncr's Big Fire Sale started to-
with years her in so the pleasantly Mothers' Club, had lando, was' hostess to come twenty' They are dead-the are just'awaylWith March 16, at the school house. Lets club workers for the day's inspection.Last day. X
guests. a cheery smile and a wave of make the rumor true. week Miss Smith visited the - -
of her
great pleasure giving a
surprise on Thursday evening in celebration After the introductions the partici- the hand, poultry yards of Charles Francis,
T of her birthday.Mrs. pants found their seats and Miss They have wandered into the unknown St. John's Guild Lawn Party near Interlachen. Of course there are
annfor land, The St. John's reason for these excursions to poul-
L. H. called in Kathleen McConnell, Washington, Guild will hold a ,
Ingram early And left us dreaming how very lair try farms via-the securing of poul-
Pennsylvania, possessor of a won- lawn tea party at the Hamilton home,
Te und* the evening at.-borne to and insure the Frfpp'sbeing of the derful contralto voice, sang "Mifu- It must'< surely be, since they linger( near the Country Club, next Tuesday try prvdacU at reasonable prices, etc. Specialising. in Disease of theStom.l'h.
there. Office fully
any, with a feeling and expressionthat afternoon. The public generally is equip
Sch party assembled it Miss Jean Caliwell's held her audience throughout.Mrs. And you, O, you who wildly yearn : invited to enjoy these social hour In the Chamber of Commerce win- with X-Ray, Clinical
WilThJ residence, later going over in a ZUI)1'and'' Miss Patsy Makinson For the' old-time step and the glad .with delightful friendships.Any day may be seen the prlr' ribbon Chemistry Laboratories for the
'. body andj'taking:: Mrs.. Fripp'.entirely, rendered some fine and greatly I 'return, secured by Osceola clubs at the Tarn scientific: diagnosis, and treat-,
eleth by lurprwo. ; '' > appreciated selections very while Mrs. S. Think of them faring on, as dear. party or parties wishing to attend pa fair. ,The money received by club ment of diseases.Office .
a r'tj.iff-,;:in"1 Mrs. J.2J2." ; Lupfer w'as at 'h.r' best 11. Bullock with, her violin, and Miss In the love of' There as.' the.lore.of conveyed will in be boat met by at tho Basil dock-Hamilton to be, members for prices is being put intoa and Res..406 S.Iowa Ave.
humorouaj! 'recitation, which
a ) Here. purchasing fund for'' .
Margaret Brunson at the more poultry.Mrs.
piano completed if automobiles '
thfl'i brought forth air;encore equally as th Refreshments Think of them still the same, 1 say, or are preferable,these/ PRONE IK ,
good. Mks. Fripp r-was |In her'"Hap nerved; ? program.. They are not dead. They are just rides will bo available (without : Rufus Glover Mintck enter-
were t.cleve
el charge in either case) To make such Lakeland
piest' and-lfnerriest mood'and the fun those away.A. tained St. John's Guild Monday afternoon ,
Among wereIr.:
present arrangements, telephone. Chamber of
at her
and laughter were continuous.: olJfa.Bel'lt home on Vernon avenue. --
Jneo 1 the' hadl-'the: and pleasure friends on behalf of and}Ia'*:'Mrs.Robert JIa>M.ry Angas Hartzell, Mr., and Mr.Mrs.and L.'King, one of Osceoln county'smost _. ---- -- - __ ____ __ .t
guests unable to be James Hartzell successful truck kind-
Professor and Mrs. growers!'
present to give Mrs. Kripp a tokenof Parker, M.' lunch
Rev. B. Ayres, Miss Vjo- Iv remembered the school room
I Iin love and appreciation, and wishes let Bullock, and Messrs. James Hopkins :this week by leaving a crate of exceedingly -
for future joy and happiness.' Ice Frank C. Smith, and Charles fine, crisp celery. The .
cream ana cake mysteriously appeared Kerr and Wallace Dunlap,of Orlando.A. Mothers Club and its work has been C.LL r ,-is
and all enjoyed a very happy time. one of bur hobbies, and its off-spring,
I The guests were: Mesdames' Lup- S. Gilbert's I big sale i is still going the lunch room, has been and is now
fer, Ingram, Roberson, Paulk, Cow, \
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