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 16, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01107
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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TROOP NEEDS ,HELF'FundsMust Open- .By. Mean of Detour...And Keep 'ASSUMES CONTROL CHAMBER' LUNCH Hawaiian Operetta Will Feature A CHANGE TODAY '

Cast of Exceptional Voice And t
Flat Car . .
For Automobile
.. Scenie Effect And.Dance
Bfe Raised Tc 'Due to the the New Commissioners Sworn New City Manager and Next City Council Passes Into
enterprise of Union of Kilo
Maintain The Troop And Cypress Company traffic between In Last Night: 'Manager ,- Week's, Lecturer Address operetta"The Ghost which Kisslmmee," Hawaiian has been The 'Has.-Bee. Class And j{ ,

Furnish It EquipmentSome I Melbourne! St. Cloud and ,,Kissimmea Doughten Appointed 4 Chamber of CommerceA waiting for for some time will be Modern System Begins (lIt
f is not being Interferred with in the presented at the-Casino theatre, next

time Kisslmmee raised s least. In fact the road over the detour The Thi , Friday night, March 23,.by the choirof
ago is Town of Kissimmee was. largely attended meeting of the was an unusual scene at the city
hundred dollars to eat a troop of Boy much smoother than 1 II that! City of Kisslmmee i*; Th.t..ollr new Chamber of Commerce yesterdaynoon Saint John's Episcopal church under hall last night, For it marked the
started in the city. Since that portion of the !road which'Is now the direction of Mrs. S. H. Bul- 1
Scouts address folks! enjoyed one of the belt luncheons passing of the councilmanic form of
time the troop has been organized closed. Quick service is given by the After final adjournment of the cit3council (those rood chicken patties) lock. Those who have been privileged government and the inauguration of 1
and has made very rapid progress,. train crew at all hours of the day ornll'ht. at 8:45 o'clock last night which the ladies are serving and to witness rehearsals for the operettasay the commission-manager system. The
It has been characterized. : by a district and the auto tourists seem to City Commissioners A. S. Gilbert! heard some very good repartee in ad- it has very beautiful scenic effects councilmen met to tie up the"loose '
official of the Scout movement ai ,like the experience of being transported Howard M. Katz and George W. Pert dition to meeting: the new city manage with principals and a chorus of exceptional ends of their administration and there ,
"as fine a'bunch of boys as I've ever across the St. Johns river on sons were sworn in, the oath being, !'. voices. A number of solo was genuine regret 0 n the
seen" It has made remarkable pro. .flat cars. The entire distance coveredby administered by W. J. Steed, city at B. B. Doughten who today assumes dancers are In the production and a part of.the holdovers as the pleasant
Seven months after its formation the detour is about seven miles, torney. office as city manager for KUsimmee, most entertaining presentation is ex associations of the past few years
gress.
eleven boys passed the testiat .two miles of which is handled by the George W. Persons was chosen was introduced by President Kate pected., were sundered. Just before the final
a Court"of Honor held at the county ,railway. temporary chairman and ahd limited to one minute's speech The' operetta is by Paul Bliss and adjournment was taken the band
court house and became first clan I Owing to reports sent out several of a' mayor-commissioner proceeded on account of an out of town speaker the scene is laid Inc glen near Hllo conceit, few 'blocks away, was in
scouts. To those who ant familiar ;day previous to the opening up of with, A. S. Gilbert being chosen to being scheduled. Mr. Doughten used in Hawaii which is believed haunted.On ,progress. The filtering strains of a
with Scout lore that achievement this detour that the cross state road that office. In a' brief speech Mr.: up his minute and a fraction of another nights of great storms sounds of melody came into the council chamber .
means something. It means that would be closed many tourists traveled Gilbert accepted the office and pledged ,I but he said a half hour's worth. beating .of drums are heard and the and one councilman remarked:
those eleven boys have become pro. the long.distance around in get. his best judgment and endeavors i"I shall assume office said the manager Inhabitants believe the ghosts are I"That's sad music, isn't it?" Twa
flrlent in a large number of things ting from the east to the west coast. in the conduct' of his office towardthe "with the Intention of carryingout holding their revels. At. one time the "swan song"/ for the city council.
which make for their better citizenship But since the Melbourne Chamber betterment of Kissimmee.A an aggressive policy seasoned after The Great Storm on the anniversary I There was little business to transact
when they shall reach the stag Commerce has sent out notices to the resolution was then adopted ratifying with sound judgment. The day of of the Feast of Laka; a little as the council had kept every-
chambers and motor clubs all along girl was found in the glen strangely/ to date. As usual
where they are to be voters. The and confirming the contract entered miracles is past but the opportunityfor up
Scout of today Is the best citizen of the line the usual number of cars are into February 26 with B, B. achievement still lives. I have dressed. She has been brought up as President Hansell' of the council asked
again resuming travelpver the Mel- became the sister of the Princess of Hllo and if of the citizens present
the future. Eleven "tenderfeet" became Doughten, and that gentleman been most grateful for the splendid any
second class Scouts at the same bourne-Kissimmee short route across Kissimmee's first city manager. feeling of friendliness everywhere these feasts always strangely stir wanted to address the council. But
and this means better boys anda the state. -Melbourne Times.PARENTTEACHERS His bond for $3500 with the Royal manifested to me in Kissimntee and her. The operetta is based on these there was no response. "If you do"
time better city. From angle every Indemnity Company of New York the pledges of co-operation. I shall legend and the scene Is 'durln the said Mr. Hansell. "do it quick. There
every STATE endeavor conduct office t progress of this Feast of Lata. won't council in a few min
of was approved. to so my is ,
which has a troop Boy ..
city i I. made better. The ideal of CONVENTION NEXT WEEK Kribbs and Steed were unanimously to merit.the support of this chamber. The Princess Leilani 1.\) played by utes." While a good natured ripple t
Scout They ..tandforhone.tf voted the appointment as city at- I approach my duties with confi- Mrs. Sam Story Kuulel by;Mis Margaret of merriment overswept the crowd '
the Scouts are high. Mrs. Alexander Akerman one of torneys. The commissioners then settled dence." Stanford, Mnlle the sorceress, Councilman Rosen in an up-stag business
cleanliness, helpfulness, and Kissimmee's former club women has down to learning the rules of the After these and other remarks from by Mrs. Arthur Cooper and Kealoha, with a handkerchief pretended "
,
civic righteousness. recently been appointed state press the Little Sister by Miss Adah Wag- to
game with the city attorney holding Mr. Doughten the chair requested Dr. weep.
> Perhaps the most important factorin chairman for the Parent-Teachers as- the "rule-book" and Interpreting the Sutton to introduce the speaker of ner. In the chorus are Miss Alberta The council ordered a warrant for
the development of the the national Scout ociatlon. From her comes. the following charter. The duties of the city manager the day. Dr. Sutton did that little Branson, Mrs. U. J. Burrow, Mrs. $150 drawn in favor of the Klssim
movement ha been notice: as defined and those-of the thing starting out with a string of Ellis Davis, Misses Dot and Patsey mee Concert Band, which was due on h
scope of the organisation. Unified "The state convention of Parent- commissioners were discussed and six cylinder words which:had some Makinson, Miss Kathleen McConnell the city's pledge A few minor matters ,. i
system and training has redoundedto Teacher association will be held in designated. It was brought out that reference to the excellent luncheon Mr*. R. G. Minick. Mrs. Harold Sme- of detail were taken care of and -
the benefit of the individual troop Orlando, April 11 and 12. It Is hoped the city manager hal full authorityover which had been served but which dal, Miss Margaret Stanford and then out-going' councilman, and in.
and the individual scout. The national that a representative from every P. all the city employees, that his baffled the reporter's scribble. He Miss Katharine Tiller. Mr. it W. coming commissioner, Howard M
movement I.I divided into district, T. A. in the state will be present is the duty of seeing that the ordinces introduced Dr. Lincoln McConnell Meiklejon is the accompanist. Solo Katz addressed the members He ;
and the district council is a vital essential and all associations are asked to ap are enforced that the mayor-: who will be in Klssimmee for an dancers are Bottle Mae Snyder and spoke of the pleasant relation the
to the individual of the local point delegates. A pleasing program commissioner's duties along this line eight days aeries of lectures beginning Inez ,Pngh, and a little folks' dance councilmen had enjoyed and compli '{
troop'and the scout. The baa been arranged, consisting of addresses lie in passing sentence for infringe next Sunday in a witty speech that of the Lei-makers is done by mented the various members upon
natidnal and the district councils auto rides, and other good ment. The city manager must present which' was replied to in kind by the little Misses Smedal Alderrnan and their respective achievements. H.
no i.st therefore be maintained. things." facts to the commissioners upon eloquent doctor.Dr. Burrows.. paid his respects to Mr. Rosen for hi*
Kissimmee owes a greater debt to which they shall bate the tax assessmeats . McConnell dwelt somewhat upon vision regarding the w.terfront7Ork,
the district council of the Boy Scoutsof BASEBALL MEETING this latter duty devolving the psychology of salesmanshipand OFFICIAL SKEETER and the things accomplished there.
America than do cities as a rule. solely upon the commissioners. An- the psychology of cities' growth. He congratulated Mr. Hansell on his ;
When the scoutmaster was 111 and other point brought out and thor- "The growth of a city depends great work as street commissioner. He
was taken to the hospital the district NEXT WEDNESDAY oughly agreed to by all the commissioners deal upon the spirit of its citizens. PROGRAM TOMORROW complimented Mr. Clark for his excellent -
officers setpped into the breach and ON is the provision of the charter Some towns in Florida are not growing work on the cemetery and .
at their own expense came weekly that the manager is under the direction very fast while others havingthe sanitary committee and thanked Mr. '
to Kisslmmee and put the troop in Athletic Association Will of the commissioners only by' same soils and practically the Big Parade By School Folks Gilbert for his kindly consideration
the class second to none of equal virtue of orders issued and policies same geographical location, forge firing his incumbency a* president of
strength and time of existence in Meet And Start ProgramFor defined in meeting assembled and ahead. The life and virility of its and Free Movie and} Talk the council until his recent automaticassumption

which it now is. The district officers This Year's Team that the carrying out of policies shallin citizens determines the growth and At Casino In AfternoonH ; of the mayor's chair.
took the Kisslmmee boys on their no way be interfered with, by SII'ge.tlon size of a town. Some places the people *' ":.A "S. Gilbert out-going and Incoming -
camping trlpslwhere: many of the attainment or order, in any other man themselves keep in the way of tomorrow-at! *./&: also made a .few remarks,ia .>
were recorded which, cmdivision. .tlX1tt but for the baseball season! ner. The responsibility is left with the city's' progress. The grouch is The mayo'procl.lmed" officer similar vein, thanking the out 'O&!'*

It' quota of support to the With big league teams playing In the manager his U the credit and his largely responsible. I believe in Kis- "Mosquito arranged Day.a The city The health school- and expressing hope and belief that ..

masterleas, the local troop achieved ramous parts of the state the old fever is the blame. aimme because everyone I have met children will parade.program.The band will they' would: individually support the 'r ?
really splendid result' through the City Manager Dough ten,.annosaeeito *Ha&to.havfaitb in it.Iasi..to boost commission a* they had the council;
U getting in the blood. Next Wednesday play. The state board elf health,will
And then the Town' of Kiaslnm
aid of the, district organization. all the city employees who were. if beli ving.
Tb. district organization must'be night at* the Chamber of prevent that all of them should Continue "There is a, new spirit of democracy. in have Kissimmee.a moving picture The. and Chamber speaker of City passed into the great beyond

maintained. Osceola county Is one Commerce the thing will come to a on a* before until further no It is toot one of tolerance, one of Is behind the and the'city council became history.
Cammerce antimosquito
-in th. central Florida head. Everybody who realizes, the stated for City Attorney W. J. Steed made an i
of six counties tice. He has to applicant allowing' someone else do so and so, the officiais.The .
.
division. It'. .ota os support to the amount of good -advertising which positions that he will familiarise.him with a spirit of believing ourselves program Scouts, as are city to do their excellent address to the councilmen ?' '

district i* smallest of all the coun Kissimmee got last year and the year self with the departments, the department just a little. better, but.with the spiritof bit Boy The Woman's are Club going W. C. T. U. in which he characterized them as''
ties. If debt to the district i I. the before that et cetera'ad innnitom head, and the work of the 'you are as good as Iam' and 'I'm Parent-Teachers association, well, the best working council the city ha*
......teat. If* citizen will respond to should turn out to that meeting. .Individuals, before taking any actionin as good as you are.' It Is because of organization in the ever had. He expressed I appreciation,
the calL The proposed charter for the KIs- regard to them. the spirit of the new democracy that city practically is backing every the move. And the of the work of H. M., Katz, who bad
No one needs to be told ,the beneficial ilmmee Athletic Association, which it i The formal meeting'broke up ands chambers of commerce exist, the get- movement is going to be of value-to a few'moments before complimentedthe
... re.ult..to be obtained from the was decided to < incorporate will be goodly number of citizens were on ting together idea the spirit of co Kisslmmee. The city Is fortunate In others, a* chairman of the light

physical f the tide eft,the presented and discussed. But the hand to pledge their co-operation and operation. The day of the everlasting that it ha no malaria-carrying, or and power committee. He congratulated -
todthe well wishes to the com- him upon the fact that the light
addition Idealistic main idea is baseball. There seem extend their cynic Is over. Today men believeIn yellow fever carrying', mosquitoes,
various factor of development can to be' even better material this year missloners and to Mr. Doughten. themselves, and they believe in,the and comparatively few of the house\ plant ha no bonded indebtedness,.
be so segregated. The, boys, should than last. .A good many of the old- other' fellow too." pet variety. But as long as it has that It is owned by the people of Kis-
have equipment. They have made timers will be on the job, and there's I DR. SUTTON WILL DELIVER Dr. McConneU's speech was flavored some it Is interested in getting rid of simmee. He congratulated: the coun-the
good with a basket ball team. They tome new material going to try out. CHAUTAUQUA LECTUREBy throughout with a fine humor cil as *' whole on "the fact.that .

need .equipment for a baseball. team. It look like a big season, and another spec is 1 request -Rev. J. A. Sut- which was good for his hearers. He all.The moving picture will be shownat change, that in it no was way simply means passing a repudiation into ,

They need other thin p. Kluim- championship team. ton will next Sunday night deliver mentioned the mixtures of speech Indifferent the Casino theatre at 3 o'clock. modern form, and that everywhere -
dependent on the people of There'll be Sam Story behind the I his former Chautauqua lecture, "The sections of the country and The admission is free. A representative a more feeling of satisfactionwith
was a
mee. Kisslmmee is a better place because bat, and Bob Buckels", on the second Intermediate Stage or "Where Are told why it was that the southernersays .of the state board of health will the work of the councilmen. Heexpressed y .
of them. It will continue to itring with aspirations for the same The Dead From Death To Resurrection "You all." "It is," he ..id. "be tell interesting facts about mosquito satisfaction the ,
great
be better because of the exlatence"of place. C. Young, who has pitched a ," at the regular church services cause the Bible says 'The GraceofGod control. The picture deals with the unified spirit of co-operation which
the Scouts. Its ultimate improvement food game 'heretofore Is here again at the 'First Baptist church. be with you all." subject and is said to be highly en- is manifest on all sides, and the fact
when these boys become citl- and Sam Story' says:Stratton Story tertaining. The school children will that those who opposed the change of
Benz cannot be measured. Will YOU ,Ie likely to forsake the duties of the parade from the school house un are now heartIly
help to maintain the troop and the financial'Institution on Thursday afternoons ELOQUENT SPEAKER BRYAN PLEADS FORUNIVERSITY Church street to Stewart avenue and governmental in acord system with it, and pledging
district? to show that there's a full down Broadway to the theatre headed He paid especial
their
co-operation.
The other night at the,meeting of ledged battery In the family. Strat- HELP by as much of the Kissimmee Con- tribute to J. R. Gilbertcharacterls- -,
the city council the.councilmen voted I ton la said to have team and something HERE ALL NEXT WEEKDr. cert Band as can be spared from the ing' him as one of the most" faithful
twenty-five dollar toward the ,fund. on the ball and can be expected jobs of the respective members. which the city baa ever
They did this because they believe the to 'supplant the straightness of the Presents The Tonight the meeting of the Par- had.employees To him he ascribed as much
Boy Scouts are asset to the city. I bulk for the curves of the box. Lincoln McConnell Will Eloquently ent-Teachers association a state official credit to the councilmen for the

Councilman Rosen. said. ."Put me Holmes Prather Tom Leslie Gordon Talk At Methodist ChurchOn Need For Religious And' will touch on the mosquito ques- excellent as financial condition of Kls
down for five d llara." City Attorney Bullock, aDd Bob Grant, erstwhile, tion. ai the time.J. .
Mid the' did for infield Interesting TopicsDr. Social Building At U simmee present
Steed seine George will have some competition M. Hansell T. N Clark, and A. "
City Commissioner-elect W. berth from Tony Rotundo and two B. B. ADAMS BUYS OUT Rosen councilmen and J. Z. Rober-
,Persons. Canon Farmer was present newcomers, W. H. Jeffords, local insurance Lincoln McConnell lawyer In spite of very short notice and BENNETT'S GROCERY STOREB. treasurer having served
,and 'he contributed five dollars.There ,man and J. L. Kline a former preacher chautauqua lecturer and I an unseemly hour William Jennings son their city community faithfully and well,
are probably a hundred people three I league base ball"pl.yer. traveler who was the pleasing speaker Bryan was greeted with a good house B. Adams has purchased the in what most people believe has been ;
in Kisslmmee who believe in the Boy Kline Is a first and Jeffords a third at yesterday's Chamber of Com- grocery store at No. 6 Broadway administration Kissimmeo
I Scouts five dollars' worth] If they baseman and both are said to be merce meeting will speak at the last Saturday afternoon. 1:30 at from T. R. Bennett. the best had finished
modern times
back their belief with their checks 'there.. Sam Prather Leo Wilson Methodist church house all next the Casino theatre. He was intro Mr. Adams came to Kissimmee last has had in of office.
the money will be raised. and Archie McLean are expected to week beginning Sunday morning and duced by Congressman Sears and told .August from Cartersville Georgia, their tenure
The mothers of the boy wi'l help. have to fight for their jobs in the continuing through the following Sun- of the need of furnishing a place where he has been in the grocery business MISS BOBBIE BOWMAN t. ;
Everybody will help. And Kisslmmee gardens too. day. A big afternoon meeting will where the religious and social need for twenty years. He purchased WILL MAKE PARACHUTE '
will quickly and easily raise its quo- There's lots of material and lots be held at the Casino theatre Sunday of the boys at the state university the property at 224 Bermuda avenue, DROP SUNDAY ,
ta.' Dont wait to be! asked. 'Send of enthusiasm but there isn't lots of I afternoon at 8 o'clock which will be could be met. Florida State University from J. V. Trego and has been growing
your checks to Carson Farmer. If ime. Getting late. Everybody turnout : over In time for the band concert. lie is outstripping all the universities strawberries this winter. .He took Miss Bobbie Bowman known to ,
YOU cant give flve give foor. If not Wednesday and get things started will speak at the church every after- in the country In proportion to charge of his new grocery store yes-' the aviation world as "The Little
four, make. it three. Give a dollar if noon and evening next week. the population of the state and is al' terday. Lady" will make a 3000 foot parachute -
can't give more. As this is being Dr. McConnell addresses are said really great institution destined to I drop from an areopUne Sun-
you hasn't even different lines than usually be greater. "The training of the afternoon at the aviation
written the campaign to be along.. I day
been started. This starts it. And be- JUDGE COMER HANDS presented. His meetings are not mind must be accompanied:" by training ONLY TWO MORE grounds from a plane driven by Sam
fore it hal started the voluntary contributions revivals as that word is commonly : of the heart the great Commoner ' Taylor who was a familiar IIpr.throughout .
listed below have been used but he says they are designedto said. "I am sure you will respond SUNDAY CONCERTSBand the south for the past
made. Next week The Gazette would OUT ROAD SENTENCESThree stimulate thought and awaken to the appeal for funds with year according to the announcementof '
like to publish the names of five those who maybe laboring under the which to build a religious and social Eddie Fairbanks. A few week
the church has no building at ;(Gainesville: to build a Fairbanks made the first para
that
hundred dollar worth of subscriptions impression Season To Close On ago
Of Stills for the home. These days the Kis-
to the Scouts. Then it Possessors real philosophic foundations beneathIts substitute chute drcp of his career at '
Boy
McConnell was formerly there is a tendency to overestimatethe Thursday March 29 As simmee aviation grounds wounding
would all be over and finished in the Are Given Fine And Three. doctrines. Dr. the he
Infidel and he therefore is mind, and underestimate himself in the cheek as cut loose
the
which cause an
short space.of time Months At Hard Labor keenly interested in those who do not heart. Not that too much is given Funds Are ExhaustedNext from the Since that time belies '

i* deserving.Here's list before the drive see the truths,preached by the ortho- to the mind but too little is given to been doing/ a lot of stunts including -
the tne Three negroes from Narcoossee dox minister. religion. The science are very important Sunday the Sunday after one of hanging by his toes from
starts-your name should' be on Jim Williams, L. Shaw,.and Will Hill, Among the various subjects announced but the most important that: next Friday, and the Thursday the upper plane to the ship whichhe
Hit next'week: science is the science of how to live. after that: put those date. down in with other
____ entered pleas of guilty to the chargeof for his meeting* are, "Why will do Sunday many
City Council ___________ $25 The highest trained mind must have your memory for those are the remaining -
W. G. Hankins ____________ J5 ) unlawful possession of stills in was the Bible written V "Doe man for band concerts this stunts.
direct it dates
something' to guide and on aviator will
W. J. Steed ________________ 5 special session of county court last need divine guidance? " A Rosen A..__.._____.__..__ 5 week. They expected;ito pay Their fines destroyed" the Old Book! Who was to college and given> a highly trained Band. It had been hoped to extend Saturday afternoon when the stunts will
.
Narcoossee. day
Carson Farmer _._-.... ... 5 ; and go back were to somewhat spoiled Jesus The'Chamber of Commerce was so mind do go wrong they go wrong far the season this year considerable\ be done. They have agreed to do no
Geo. W.,, ___ 5 : expectations do the ignorant. Give month of April but a J
worse than in the vicinity Sunday morning -
Persons----- WComer. They with Dr.'Me- flying
-- however by Judge T. favorably impressed -
:_ ___ 5 people
The to number of who pledged money
to the fine, before its members them a home give them a place In order not to interfere with the b
Or. II. 8.. Gelger____________ 5 5 all had right the opportunity$50 and cost pay. But theydidn't ConneU's yesterday talk that it accepted his invitation develop the religious life, give thenf I. have failed to "come across" and theremainlnl' services. of the ,churches. ,
Merchants Bank' ; with what
.& Farmers to their hearts asweltBya funds together
to opportunity train.
Narcoossee.For voted
J. W...(Thompson ........__. 6 go right back to nice to attend aa a body and, of the boys expect to make on their two CHICKEN -OWNERS-ATTENTION
Chamber
S, L. .Lupfer _._...____.,-- 5 the, judge also, pss.ed'out three months a at make Thursday night paid high tribute to Dr. shows, will suffice for this month on-. "
Howard Kat -.-.____.______ 5 little sentence of Commerce night. Marpbree..prelldent of th*'State University Iy. .All owners' of chickens Inside the
Makinson Hardware ..:-------5 lard labor. He also hud a his few remarks thingsto About twenty members of the .:and.to Mr; White, the Y. M. The mid-week concert next week corporate limits of the city-of'Ki*-';'

....N."Ba There isn't any law; against. say the'' substance not of going to'break King's Daughters Sunday, school class I C. A..secretary! who accompanied him will be played Friday instead of simmee are hereby notified that'th.-1
giving than five dollars 1 being: "Fine are '.Whit distributed Thursday on account of the band ordinance prohibiting chicken run rr -
.
more l'am determined to seethe of 'the Methodist"church were enter on the trip., Mr. enforced.' ::4'
this thing up.r afternoon at the pledge cards to the audience. play in Halne City on the regular ning at large will be rigidly
MI.. 'Georgia''. Edroundaon of:Or- law enforced. Anyone of .white charg-,or tained Chapter)Tuesday,House, by ,Mrs"Howard An-: The Us.; of th* Casino was donated night The play was originally dated' ?> ? 8.,B..p0 GHTEN, -'
found guilty ;liquor *
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4OLO1'ELIf1t( UnTO 1 I'm .talking} ,It..the Smith*: and the MARKETS .W ANt WELL ..... , . .t. _. . . rt ''

Jonenes and the Browne, Who'a running FINISHED 'YOUMC LAMBS :5 BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SHOP $ e 1"" (
BE A BUCK:PRIVATE
the The born
country? foreign <
: Airs. W. S. Graham
: bootleggers who 'would cell the constitution (Third of a special government'series. > II I-

Leader Of -Battalion Of Death" In .of my country for their on sheep raising) z l'prr."t Kntlnfactlon ouarant..d. : ((1, .

France S.y He's Fighting For traffic' revenue? No, It's the Americans Lambs in the farm flock should be HAIR WOItK A SPECIALTY

Constitution Of HU Country j not those who say we cannot ready for market when about four : ;0; % I
enforce the constitution of America. months old according specialists) of o Phone 235 105 Park Ave. .% I

"1 am just a* proud of befog, a buck "Some of these interests say they/ the United States department of ag-, o.OOIOt.O..o.OOtOe6'OOOOO. I
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VOLt private in this war against th cnemtes didn't vote for 'prohibition. Did they rleulture. Reasons for pushing, the

of my country as I was to be a vote for the law against murder? Noon lambs as fast as possible in order to 'L1t1 -

ES2ET3 Colonel {I\, the war in Ennpe." here, unless he's served In the market them at this early age areas \ \. H
Editor ] So spoke Colonel Dan Morgan legislature or the congress ever voted follows: B.: DICKERSON I
Smith last Friday night at the Chris market DUI'LDER /'f' .
Aasiit for a criminal law. The constitutionhad Average prices are higher CONTRA CTOR AND _
tlan Church in Kicsimmee. An-i as the prohibition law written intoit in the spring: and early summer.

one listened to the man .vho went the only way it could be changed, Lambs will make more rapid and In Wood Thick or Slono.': Also I ,

Till :from sergeant to-Colonel, ind, wound by a two thirds.vote of congress. The less expensive gains in flesh while lok-lajlnu, and IMait/prlng- j I _
ed himself, saw nine hundred of his than when older. 1 _
legislatures! ot'ery state in the Un. young: they are 821 IIIIMK HTHl"'''''* _
Thepublish men fall from German bullet, he ion but two ratified it. lye *.een men Less labor and less pasture will be / -
could not 'avoid belief in the colonel'ssincerity. : die for that constitution won't you lequired for the flock. _
To him his n.ltiio.i i h* Lambs marketed in the W. J. STEED _
give> up a drink for it ? early part O. :F. KR1BB8 .
the nee)hi 'warl He doesn't like war, )hut when "The little Jew who took back my of the season escape the heat of the KRIBBS & STEED ,' I /.
he did what all Americansdid //
at var- ame nios,!afro for reinforcements when we summer and the ravages of the stomacJi ,
)cur ada only in a more *pectac.iar! way were surrounded by Germans died worm: and other internal para ..Uur..,.* sad fo.._1ora at Law /
b H than moot were privileged to do, and for thatconstitution, saying: 'J 1 helped. sites. This is very important, say the KlMlMMrc. KI.Hd. -
ago, fought It. Today he says Iho no wa
v; of his country arc fighting: the for which men have died is in most instances the weight of lambs I'Bllttf. II..... Oarl.. I'

they Wen basis of all that means Americanism laughed at by 'the bootlegger. no he remains practically at a standstill 7/// S.

the 1 they are fighting; the constitution of can make a little money. He drags/ from mid-summer until fall. If they PAT JOHNSTON: (I. P. QAUHETT

wa n the United States, and he'. figrhtinir I the constitution in the mud so he become infested with stomach wormsas Live
Horses Fed Longer
zette them. can make money-the dirtiest crimea is usually the case in the flock they JOHNSTON & GARRE1TATTORNEYSATLAW Right

high After a prayer by Rev. Du i il lauter I man can commit. The rich man will lost weight during this period The Veterinarian's' Recommendation

with < "Colonel Dan was introduced l/y who buys from the bootlegger! also and a large number of the animals Bank
Osceola
Dr. Sutton, and his!! opening worls Offices: 10, 11 and 12,
violates the constitution of his die.
high folkn coun may Horse Owner-Doctor, there's something the matter with
characteristic, "Howdy Building.
a eve were try. The young sport with a flaskon In order to produce lambs of desir-
time q he said I'm powerful" glad to 'be back his 'hip violates it. The fashiona able quality and weight for the mar- KISSIXUMCK FLOflIDA'I this horse, he's no good for work anymore.

we ehI home in the south! after which he ble' woman who buys it and serves it ket at this early age it is necessary to Vet rinary-How long have_ you worked him ?

one o paid his respects to Mr. and Mrs. J. to her friends violates the constitu feed properly both the ewes and Horse Owner-About six years. -
X. Duncan' Doctor Rivers and other tion. No matter whom he is if he lambs. The should be :
ewes broughtto
't rlnary--He'll all shot to pieces.
old acquaintances before he launchedinto his 'I :Milton i'ttt'i') l| Kill I'1:\\ I:1:1
puts appetite above his constitution the lambing season in good flesh
his of the evening, "The Horse Owner-I it was the hard roqds. .
THThe[ speech he ought to be wearing stripes in so that a large! milk flow is assured. / PLEDGER & )lAVI.tT'FlRNY.tTL : guess
Spirit of America. Veterinary-No, you're wrong. The trouble with this horse ,"
the penitentiary. It has' been found that it is not esscntial '
High "The Spirit of Amerca is rcfo'ni t.hepi'it. of "The question has censed! to he 'Do !' to feed grain to ewes suckling II I ): \ \\' is he hasn't been fed right. He's been fed a monotonous diet of oats

look in of America reform.was The to first show great the worlJ the you believe in prohibition ?' It is a lambs if they nre on rood: partuic*. i I I I :<11I10' linnK; HullHimI t I and corn with hay,which fails to supply\ a work animal with sufficient

choothin bigger(/ question! now 'Do you believein If the pasture is short however, in ', I cf him in good shape. If feed this
URelessnc! of kings. IVople ai'l I itouldn't 'I I :. 1'uiiiiitv I : variety diet to keep you
the (institution of your country? if the ewes nre on dry feed the dailyaddititon KI IIo>:MMMII
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tempt* 1j (' be done. But it was don- That'* mv reason for being/ heie of 1 to 2! pounds of gunii I I II horse right from now on you'll get a lot more service out of him.
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accei Government !became n method of j:;- When pr hlhiti..nlme into the constitution per head to t their ration I is -HilvisulileiTbe City horses,becau they are fed a monotonous diet and never
\vhilo sendinghim
for and
port! mjr a home man, instead a of using him till I it meant war on liquor I lambs should be taught to cut at -- -- - ---- -- II get any green pasture, are generally out service at 7 or 8 years of

letics.ui he was gone and then taking! another said, as every American citizen who I us early age' as possible. They will I 1'V.ltl.lc-. Ti.Ni:; IIn\I'1i!: I 1:1:I: I II age. Horses that are fed right often live to

less no member American of the reform familThl'; wall 1 the nt abolition '\-tKreat I 11 tion believe-should his say,country'A II right und Uncle l'onltltu-Sam, j I'I I they usually ale begin'fiom I nibbling 10 to 15>> at days f'd'lwlI old. A ,I JESSIE I). KLE1NMAN |1 1I I 30 years of age.I .

establ the if you say war upon liquor I'm going ci'eeri should l be piepnred so that thcan ( y recommend Purina O-Molene because the
I'm of
to r \Confederate'l.tersn.of slavery. ," he nsseiteci sun! n, to'he'Ip win it too. It i-n't the f 01eign '. get away from the ewes and theI JL'SPICK OK PEACE variety foodstuff in this well known horse

tandfblarr old southern l horn bootleggioi' I' who's lunnini; I best quality of alfalfa or ('lover hay l feed is put there to keep them in good working
with of
good
a ring the (untr> it'" those who believe in should be kept before the lambs ill : u vM:: '1.1 is \ lJ. < -i..VIMSI :
"and I horn and bred in I condition. It is ration. Horses
thisin pride, was law uml older, in then constitution, I this ciecp. Thev should also be giv-; I a complete U.
other
a l Virginia southern, citizen but like 1 thank every God there good is ''in JcsuChiit, i who are running!" the : e>n small\) jimounts) of such feed,I as I thrive on it. They produce more work and

learnmeant/ no more slavery. The thir'j great ('QuntT')'. di't; a list cf the bootleggers : ci ushed coin, oats or bailey with a DR. R. J. DENNING live longer on O-Molene. Put your horse on

reform typifying the !spirit' af America caught: over a period of ten days little wheat bran and cil meal. I It i-' DENTIST O-Molene feed and watch the excellent results -

in helping to out the and you can't read it out nlnud, you :I: inipcrtiint that the giam l he clean amilfie in only a few weeks.
was our wipe "
might: sneeze it. I I h and that the troughs are kept Over the Postofflce!
T German militaristic system. Law enforcement came in for the clean After the lambs have leainul OFFICE: HOURS: 9 to 12.10. 1.10 t. i For Sle by
ted Here the speaker digressed to pay liniel'-! attention He -poke) of the Residence Phone
to eat they should l he given! twice-
spin tribute to hm Woodrow commander-m-thicf Wilson whom in attitudes of judges who gave small! daily as much grain' HS they will e.it.within 174Office Phone 158
Weoun ,
the late
war,
fines, or none. "Have vou that kind ,. u few tninut.s' time. ,
he rharacei ized as "my woun ied bud of judge If have ought I I FLORIDA FEED STORES
the knowq a you \ou If the general practice outlined
dy. "The soldier no ,tlory in
Sompo lie his buddy fall, he can't to forget fnendships. forget huiih above are followel I l>y the farm flock !
war. sees
him and affiliations, forget! politics! and clpit ,owner it will be very easy for him to P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNETATLAW
he must step over fight(
fltop
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1. Even he another man the first chance > ou get.I put his lambs! on the market at an l
on, the fight's the thing. as
I wpuldn't tl ust that kind of a judge I j eailv age with sufficient weight and I
there in his heart the 306
fought wan Broadway
OFFICES
America and in a horse-race! The bootlegger! condition to satisfy the buyers and I
'Oh God. to
2.h. to prayer all the world give eternal peace.' The doesn't mind fines, he'll make that to assure him of good I'eturns. I Winter Park. Florida I ,
much more. lie doesn't mind the penitentiary I
head of America's armies nnd nuydidn't he'll go at it again when he TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
lie elected
want war. .vas on KEEPS CHILDREN i
gets out. Congress ill going to allow
a slogan of having kept! us out rf war, I '
0w. them to be deported, for the big majority e.
but when war came, tike every tiue foreigners unnatutilized. TURNER MARBI.E& GRANITE I
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are
he .ind WELL AND STRONG :
American
fought it, history is
record his White or" black, pea-gieen I or yellow, <>> COMPANY, TAMPA CallUpNo.218
beginning to name as one;
the bootlegger' !should be shown nomercy I "3. +
of the great Americans, in the litt pale, impoverished blood
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He's an to the tonstitutiort MONUMENTS (
enemy THIN TWO-ONE-EIGHT !
with Washington and Lincoln. children trail, backward )
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of your country and mine.. ;
"When war came we <)uit prnyit.ic; /: I > .
"Some people who taught' at our s M J. Cro-wder, Agent, Kissimmee
for and I for Gude's creates
peace, prB't vctoiy. Pepto-Mangan a
constitution is failure O s> = -
prohibition -- "
Each one asked him elf, 'Wha; tan because say occasional a I bountiful supply of pure, red blood, "OO OO oo.otOOO'OOOOO. -:
they see
I do to help win the war?' To the drunken man on the other an side of the ,, restores bodily strength, brings back - - __1____.__________ -._ f_ - 1
men in the trenches the politicians street. If didn't have color to the cheeks and builds firm, ... 'O'OO.Ott."Ot.OOO'
we
said, 'Nothing is too good f-jr you.' prohibition ell-rounded flesh. I :
ann When they came ba.-k, all\ ih.- politicians : you couldn't sec a drunken man on For over 30 years Gude's Pepto- : M.TILLERReal i "
for the other side of the !street you'd be : '
could remember was the ''noth I Mangan has been recommended by .iz )j1t
TeSc'In ing.' too side."This.busy dodging those on your own leading physicians aa a tonic and blood J Estate Agency % I. ;== .,

"So the third reform shewing I etmcher. Your druggist baa it-
great e) 1S
. .wlele the spirit of America, was gelt'i-g lid is a is war.against It's the no playpretty.It of. liquid or tablets, as you prefer. :%: FIRE, LIFE. AND ACCIDENT e)
war enemies
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of the Idea that might makes right > INSURANCE *

: i" We are now in the Midst nt ,the other your country felow's and job.mineIt It's i isn't and the Gude"sPeptoMangan INDEMNITY BONDS -.

fourth, the reformation I)l tho personal : yours o <0- SEDAN
tha ",',. habits of our citizens.he hCJiti- mine. If,the average American won'tfight ; \ : oooooooooo..to..o..OOtoo..
f for his it's/ IB!
country
ment is and has gone.
changing, changed.At
iiigi isn't a fight for a little while. The ,
one time almost' everyIody) took man Ill the late war who said 'III fret Tonic and Blood Enricher
his little drink. So'ne it d dit .
men > S. B.
in and f fight a few I AULTMANREAL
with'you
scraps I )
hurt, they lived to lc 0!ltl. flat every but I won't enlist,' is like the man I
man, woman, and ,hild this -- -
in audience -
Ju : who won't see this thing! tii 'ouch: to
knows hus -
somecnc whom it -
its linit-h. You can ('ac:, he'p! hy k
hurt, whom it hall ruired. A stierin I
one of the slaughter house* .i i.e'i J to helping. to replace the money which | DR. R. LEFFERS M. D 'IJ ,
Je down the and thr-n is being withdrawn by wealthy donators I ESTATEand S -
go( runway lump
whose business' ,
political or interests -
the fence. He wasn't hul-lieroil! the have been interfered with. Specializing in Diseases of the .
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others'weie.. They .ut iiim a gate- Stomach. Office fully\) equipped
P\e seen men the. hill and ,die
a /go: up
at the end of a runway and ',>r fifteen for their looking I II with X-Ray, Clinical and Blood .1-

: years he led the others to the, slaughter I than some country of you did when happier I paid Chemistry Laboratories for the FIRE INSURANCE __
They named hi"l '.lml.ii' Jscari- scientific diagnosis and treatment
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that! -
But this is and
var, you've
pot
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2 ot. Ask him whit h' thin.iof; ,''to of diseases.
e furnish the ammunition.. I neersaw
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hutchers, and he'll say, 'They're all -
,|: a German who was moie right, they hurt
.never me. a
Many I I eerous: to than ill the'
country
my .11 Darlington Avenue I
; Judas I scar lot today says 'I don'tbeat bootlegger." :' PHONE 15
, my wife,, drink doesn't hurt me.: 'L
but what about the other fellow who [! STATE DAIRY MEET ;NEXT Lakeland, Florida .

does? You don't lie in the gutter, I I WEEK AT WEST PALM HE.VCH( '- -I I

.' Mr. inking-moderately Man, but I .
what about the other feilow who The opening( address! on the pi o raln CITYMEATJARKET

i does? Drink doein't hurt you. perhaps ,'- of the Florida Dairy Association annual -

but what about the lad who J I meeting in West Palm Beach I

sees you and fellows your example ? March 20th, will\) be by 11, L. Brown,

It is a personal responsibility which extension dairyman, Gainesville, on

we cannot escape. The hiirhe- up you "Iairy Progress in Florida." \luring ,

I are the greater is your r .ponKiblli-1 the two year. period beginning January I I

ty." .1, 1921, when tick eradication | Fresh Met t and

., "What brought about the change ? j j work in Palm Beach county had practically

tt It was the knowledge that liquor was been completed, the production Il VegetablesPhone

a habit forming drug. Every person I of milk increased :350 percent. -itii- ri .'.o. DTNOI ?

.1 lI from the preacher to the pick The discussion will be led by James j -. -

pocket, from the mother the highest I'H. Bright, of Miami.

type of womanhood, to the scarlet j I C. T. Hire of the American Guernsey I'', 44 A Still
Greater
woman, each has a friend who was breeders association will discuss small : Uatue

ruined by liquor. The change' first {dairy farmers; V. C. Johnson of ..
became manifest in local option. Then i I-Hrwinore has for his. subject: "She'll I i ij - Never
the states took up prohibition, andfinally i j Feed. the Family and Educate the America's annual record before has a Ford Sedan been j

it was written into the constitution I Kids" Slate Marketing Commission- I of fire loss sold at such a low price. "

of the United States. The liquor/ ionei' I. M. Rhodes will give an address averages

men say it was slipped over on the on marketing dairy products. Never before has there
I boys in France, but they know, and J The afternoon will be given over toa 156 PUBLIC BUILDINGS NIWBY INN well-built been such a

I you know the men who put it into motor trip for all the members and Ford Sedan-unproved with

the constitution were all elected be- their1 wives and II banquet will be tendered totally destroyedIt finder upholstery, window
regulators
fore the boys went over. America to them that evening.!'. Speak- ,
J did not win the war with a drunken ers on the second day's program will is exactly as important that Home For nose Away From Home with many refinements in chassis

mob but it helped win the war witha include C. H. Willoughby\ college of a public public official see\ill to it that construction. .
insured
God-fearing: sober American army! agriculture, Gainesville, on the "Value that he property as Attractively Decorated
"Prohibition was written into the of a Pure BreJ Sire;" Mr. Fitz- inThe insure his own "uild- This is the family
constitution of the \ service rendered by car which fully
an instrument to which patrick American Guernsey
this Rates meets
every officer from the president himself breeders association on "The Earning hand agency with working hand in Weekly every requirement of economy
down to the Power of Good The Hartford Fire comfort ,
individual voter a Cow; discussion and sturdy
Insurance service.
must swear. Not even congress! can led by L. R. Caldwell. Highland !gives you not only Phoie 221 Excelled Meals

pass a law changing it. Every law Farms Lake Wales; Burdctt Loomis, service.insurance but fire prevention a'NEID'S So great the demand

that protects your property and home Jr., Highland Oaks Farm Pierce on --- will nis that deliveries

depends on it. I'm getting tired of "What are we going to do about he Insurance Facts be almost impossible. List

the SchliUes and their ilk telling ua Tick;" and discussion led b> J. C. De- Tfc record .f tb. vrat lire Is.aura.sc your order now make
a small down
Americans what Bevoise Jacksonville. HEALING I
we
cannot do in ropa.Ie. .( lisa Praarlaieo BATHS
America! I'mnot talkingto them, Election of officer. will conclude the was a rrvdlt "(. AiH.rlra.. payment, the balance on easy terms.

program and the members will then .
{this
go to Loxahatchee Farm for luncheonand Call on agency Recommended for
Rheumatism .
and rlI'W "..,. _. ...... ..
to the .
public sale of 65 pure bred all kinds of Skin Diseases c
and Stomach f 'Ms .....,. -
i1 Hands and high grade Guernsey cattle during Trouble. .....Aip. -
chapped? the afternoon. CARSONlARMER I

MENTHOLATUM I II. Footled Also mineral water for drinking M. C. kUTREyAuthorized r ,..-

purposes. .
"The = Dealer ;,} '
ieal* uickl and. "How did you get your mustache ,: Insurance. Man"'ev. -- ,

into this ,condition?" asked the bar- 'PkB. I*. ("AS Phone 165 1 1eo

ber."Guess I'll have to take it. off." << .. '"..epe... "r"..t.r.' NEID, OwnerOrder Kisslmrneeoj'S)
"All ri4bt. I tried to steal kits FroJPhone '
a I'i $r..dsdlY P. ": '
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from a'C'rl who >was 'chewing rura."i I I -.d-, y.,: : .:::.
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AMERINSTESEGIQN ]
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BQiNN'ai'sa
'Alacclan Veteran BtaDd'Commend Legion '

Alaaeian veterans of the World
war, many of whom were forced to ,

THE :WONDERFUL VALUES, OFFERED ;,BY, subjected serve in the to German German army military and propaganda were- Ideal and Delicatessen
Grocery
,
for more than four years,have
written to National Commander Ow ,
ley of the American' 'Legion,' com-
A. S. mending him on.:the stand taken by 116 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE''
.GILBERT the Legion In support of France's action
in occupying the Ruhr valley in
an attempt to'force Germany to pay
the reparations agreed to in the
treaty. The organization of Alsacian peace You are cordially invited to visit our store and inspect

ex-service men is composed largely of our complete stock of and Goods.
men who were inducted against their Staple Fancy
wills into service under the German
militarists, or who deserted from the We aim to carry the best of everything that the
kaiser's army to serve under the tri-
color of France. market affords, and our prices are reduced, to the "
Arthur W. Kipling, commander of
the Legion in Continental Europe, minimum point. We give a money back guarantee t
forwarded tho letter from the Alsa
clan group to Owslcy, with\ translation on every article that we sell. You can rest assured 'I
as follows: -
''The veterans of the Alsacian that what you buy from us is clean and w1f lesom '
--- Group of the 'Union National des
Combattants' who served in the
French army, or despite themselves! Respectfully, Ia
in the German army, meeting in con-
vention at Strasbourg on February 4, .
IN HIS CLOSE-OUT SALE MEANS A BIG SAVING TO 1923 address to their comrades, the
veterans of the American arMy, the

YOU, IN YOUR SPRING BUYING, AS EVERY ARTICLE IS assurance the support of which their they deep were gratitude recently for R. B. a

rood enough to bring to the French BOIIANNONI
TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS government, acting in full accord
OF COST. NO OLD STOCK. with the Belgian and Italian governments I

in the action engaged to ob- __ ._
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I BUT EVERYTHING NEW. NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE tain from Germany the just repara- I----
I tion of violated rights. I
to that the com-
"They rejoice nee
YOUR SELECTION, WHILE WE CAN SHOW YOU A GOOD munity sentiments which united the BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
American and French on the battlefields -
continues in the hearts of all
LINEOF DRY GOODS, SHOES, AND NOTIONS. the veterans. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS =
"They 'ui gently beg them to resolutely -

( continue their counrtymen their campaign as to by the educating WOOD, BRICK, STONE,._ ;.

essentially pacific character of the STEEL, STUCCOJACK
ends sought ,by the French govern- N F BASS BASS
ment to obtain payments due from 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue tt
the disloyal and obstinate debtor." r'I,

WEEKLY CITRUS REVIEW -

The weekly citrus review by F. L.
Skelly as issued!! from the office of the
American Fruit Growers, says:
An outstanding: feature of the past Orlando Mattress FactoryWE
week has been the manner in which
Florida citrus fruits have outsold ,citrus :: -
offerings from other sections in REBUILD YOUR
the larger markets.!! As!! comparedwith
California navels Florida or- COTTON, HAIR AND FELT MATTRESSESBOX
anges have obtained a substantial
preference, while grapefruit well outsold SPRINGS ETC. ,
Porto Rican grapefruit living ,
A. S. GILBERT in the markets. The present strong
position of the Florida crop is reflected 'Phone 804 500 W. South Street
in the fact that to date prac-
tkally -fourths of the total oiFlorida's ORLANDO, FLORIDA
!! crop has moved. Based up-
45 MAIN STREET PHONE 35 on the authentic estimates, approximately -
1PWW06600 I eighty percent of Florida's .
- -- --- -- ----- ;
oranges have gone forward and only --r- i
I abcut twenty percent remains to be ,
shipped. Careful estimates also show
that'about sixty-five percent of Flor-
dia's grapefruit has moved and only
about thil ty-five percent remains for

__ n__ .. _______ _ _.. shipment.Granges: Inquiry bas been good: TAXNOTICE : F
..o.oo'ot.ooo..o .oooooo ?4-0w400'00440 'KISSIl\IME-E PLUMBING and prices. have continued very stea-
dy throughout the last week with a ,
$ C. F. PIIIPPS I J. II. PIIIPPS SHOP strong tendency toward the close. ,,
Indications ate for an increasing demand .
PHIPPS*' BROTHERS' GARAGE for well packed fruit. '
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Grapefruit.Notwithstanding heavy I
GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES I ,Nothing Too Big shipments, grapefruit closed the last x .. ." !

,' Nothing! Too Small week, in strong position. Offerings , .., ,
'
FISK TIRES HARTFORD BATTERIESLOCATED .. were freely taken at prices most satisfactory I INOTICE"
and inquiry<< increased largely. '
is that
IN SPIER'S BUILDING Provided daily shipments remain hereby'given !
All Work Guaranteed within reasonable limits, it would
PHONE 171 .KISSIMMEE! .FLORIDA. . J ap- 'I
this timeon
.....o..o.oooooooO.OOto.. oO..t.OOOOOOOOOOOOt I To Be Satisfactory pcac should that grapefruitfrom I>--In-Tin Incioaslngty the tax books of Osceola County j

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- -- -- strong position
1 Get Your Job from the Gazette Market develi pnients during recent will close promptly on April
'Printing Valley I I 5 Broadway : Telephone 14.: weeks will ovlv serve to emphasize
the desiiabilitv of careful gradingand
- .-- .- good packing The discrimination First. All taxes for the
which the markets have shown in year
this respect, paying for fruit, they regarded -
the) prices a" more given desirable for fruit) often less double well- 1922 not paid by that date will

prepared, clearly establishes the desirability -
of putting fruit out prepared be delinquent and subject to
according to the requirements, of
the buyers. There is an ample
purchasing -
power in the ,country and a sale. In writing this office relative -
willingness; to pay ton prices, but on-
ly for what is wanted.
to taxes, please furnish


>>ftptt1cf! description of your propertyand


rAsltyourdnlggistftr ?;}... II enclose postage. ;

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This house-one of the fin. Dr.KING'SNEW I ,
DISCOVERfjtejjmtl :
est in Toledo-was painted several ..
{/cough syfifAfter J .
with Pee Gee ' .
yean !go Mutiq Paint.

Instead of repainting it,.the owner had C. BANDY
washed at two different time. Tb result
rnrlsed ." ... the experienced psi.. ... M the Every Meal .
past Mood this rigid test perfectly.Only .
TAX COLLECTOR
a paint that produces a tile-Ilka 1filo
.each M Pea CM Hastlo Paint can be sue-,! I n? sn >Jf i' p u,. WRIGLEY'S
ruefully: washed. I;. I, : i

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This exceptional durability of Pee Gee IJ., ----
Mastic Faint .. the result of purest and highest Top oil each meal -I
genuine grade materials.Unseed Oil A full and 50 White%.of Lead Zinc ground soe Into la tea; 0. with a bit 01'sv..eet J T T. "J'I h:: JD:1: P S O X1L

the making: mt Pee Gee Mastic Paint. .f In the form r.

of WRIGLEY'S.It Licensed
Funeral Director
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It is the most economical paint for you Store and Chapel I Ian
to lie. on account e f lie great covering capacityad satisfies the
of service, A Si.e.u Sympathetic, 5.r.ic. /. Re"JereJStewart
long yetr* sweet tooth and
At*us lot FREE faint Books and Color Cards of. Aaumtm All Patnni It

j*ever? urfac that need protection' specify' mitt to Peatlee-Cautbtrt Co.,Inc..Louisville,Kg aids digestion. Ki..imm.. .' High Grade Ambulaace Senrica at Call Y ti

Pleasure and Offce} : Sl< PHONES residence: '73 i
benefit
combined. N

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OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY H. HAROL.D HUME, :M P. SIMMONS, V. ,A. .MORRISON,JR4 f
President Vic rre.ld.nt &.. Treaty j"
, , Kissimmee Florida
: Best Fertilizers Insecticides' ': Sprayers Poultry($applies' :

I. : Honest, Goods Fair Prices Prompt. Shipment.
.. .. Ask: ?our:Nelghbor.-N.'' Kaogi.'t" '
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F09' THE KISSWIMEK VALLEY 'a AZOTIC' FRIDAY;' MARCH 1*. 1t2S

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NO-FENCELAW'" STATE SKEETER MEET' 'CAMPBELL'NOTES

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE _.

(Orlando Reporter-Star.) WILL BE IN ST. PETE Members of the home demonstra-


THH: KI86IMMEB BUBUSURD VALLEY BY GAZETTE. : state-wide The Sanford"no-fence Herald lawN predicts will that be: Annual Meeting Of Association To, don Poultry club Yard who at visited Longrwood the Keystone Friday, WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU'

does not
VERY FRIDAYKZ8S1MME. passed in 1925. Bob Holly Lay Extensive Maim- Which Will in with Miss Albina Smith
company
pose as a prophet. But he has as intimate Mean Much To Whole StateIn "
!. FLORIDA. of the sentiment were Mrs. E. E., Brown Mrs. W. J. .
'
knowledge
roil w. B. HARRIS _____...__...Pr..i Q. VANH AONKNV..______Secn-tary what his business or political: status.: ing prepared for the annual meetingof E. Perfltt. Mrs. N. LJ. Right and children : -
l"HJlNCH.udltor
ALLISON T. : and Mrs. E. D. Campbell.

iltor4$1a SUB4CHIPTION HATES Any the state man who knows reads that the the newspapersof sentimentii the, to Florida be held Anti-Mosquito in Saint Petersburgon Association . Mr., and Mrs. J, E. Sharpe and children We solicit your account, whether large''I

On. Copy One Yeai1.- __________1-2,00One no-fence law. March 21 and 22 spent Suday with Mr. and Mrs. .
overwhelmingly' for a represents an "small.
Copy Six Month!.._________ 100 J. M. Sharpe of Center Park.
One Copy. Three Month*__----_--_ ..8"Kntered It js a race.between progress and poverty educatIonal outline in community hy who has been .
Cattlemen are making no mon- giene. Many talks of interest will be Miss Ethyl Roberts Whether a Checking orSavings Account .. ,
Tin ( : nt thft postofflop at Kls"hntntf They are simply in a rut and given by community representatives seriously ill, is improving.Miss .
second-class. matti-r) ey. and Curtis
,
Florida an have not the foresight to get out of it. actively engaged in control campaigns Rilla Campbell it will be appreciated.Our .

The :All communications except from au- Kissimmee the center of a great in their respective communities. In Campbell, of Saint Cloud spent Sun-

blise thorllcd correspondents' must. be .IKII- cattle industry: has suffered muchin discussing this program. Dr. Porter day with' \Mrs. W. L Campbell., Bank is large enough to handle
ed by the wrilr.UcJeet4d Mrs. J. E. Bowen and dllujt'ht..r.Mrs. : ,
Vo matter will ho returned IfCHlUil the last ten years. There was no president of the association says: Philideloh-1 business to advantage and secure
J. II. Boughman of : your
ha fur.L such thing: its prosperity there. But "This meeting' will prove an opportun. your ,

rata In the last two years men have beentiming ity for the various community work- la, are visiting relatives. at Kathleenand for you the safety you desire,. but it is not

a I Foreign Advertising Km..entatlvTHh. I attention to gardening andto ers to meet and become acquainted Alva.
QUfalW :AMUR-ICAN-.-.PIU.S- :",,:' OCIA lION- strawberries: and Kissimmee today and discuss the vital problem which Mrs. James O'Birry and childrenof too large for us to give your account our

shows more and prosperitythan fundamentally is alike in every place. Miami are visiting her fatherJ.T. attention.Merchants
progress personal .
Kthe FRIDAY, MARC 16. 1.923 it has shown. at any time in ten The meeting will be a practical schoolIn Reaves who has been" seriously ill.

I vears. New homes are being built. mosquito control work." ONLY TWO MORE

] WHAT IS LUCK? winds are being cleared up and put Among speakers: of prominence will SUNDAY CONCERTS

>an Into cultivation. Bank accounts are be Dr. W. J. Buck of Brewster polk

iterh The Saint Petetsburg Times recently I being increased and the country' county who will tell in simple language (Continued from Pue Duel

published an editorial by Edwin I around the city and the city itself what mosquito control has for last month but various circum-

theo E. Naugle: entitled "What IR'' are taking: on new life. The cattlemen meant-te-the great industrial plant of stances made postponement? \ nocpss-; and Farmers BankOF

Kb Mr. Naugle l will he remembered are not playing a losing game.But the American Cyanamide Company.Mr. ary. The play "The Girl of TheF'y-
? Cine Luck ? !< the rich farm lands in that country George H. Clements of Bartow insr X," accompanied by the band and

as a former editor of this pa- are producing so well that a new vice-president of the association has chestra, will be taken to Humvx KISSIMMEE"A

per and his friends will enjoy reading lira of prosperity has set In.' consented to prepare and deliver a City Thursday; March 22 for a one

these words from him. Those who prosperity, too comes from the farni! talk on "How to Direct Community night performance at the high school

do not know him will seldom find bet- I and garden lands and not. the woodsI Publicity 'Camnaicns." Mr. Clementsis auditorium. The band will play a HOME INSTITUTION"

THJThe I I cattle. a newspaper. man of prominenceand brief conceit at Loughman while en-

ter readinR. We take pleasure in Cattle have a place in Florida. The
printing it, as folows: I cattle industry can be made to pay, if and one who knows how the auspices of the Woman's Club .

!& Luck, someone has said. i is a very I I properly handled. But the industryi to effectively handle the subject as- of Haines City. I'

word if put a "!''' before it. I i i a disgrace to the state as now han- signed to him. Colonel Turck state "The Girl of The Flying X" will bu

hoof good Lucky men hy you the same leasoninfr, dled. A lot of scrawny cattle full health officer will forcefully detail ireipntcd at the Casino theatre in ._ .
in f4mpt and they are. of t'hks is no recommendation to the the urgent needs of the State Boardof \issiinmec on Wednesday, March 28, -- -
should be plu< ky men
Now and) then fortune I neems to I state nor a credit to the man thato'n Health while Mr. Simons secretary and the production is being looked .;.:..:. .

ce have favored men who made no effort >4 them. A no-fence law will engineer of the State Board 'forward to with keen cnticipation. '

ortjCM themselves to gain it, hut, these mean that there will be better cattle. of Health will tell what advance- Considerable rearrangement has I

but the exceptions: which prove Men will fence their grazing lands ments have been made since the Day- I been necessary on account of the de-I

the are rule. I and dip their cattle against the tick. tona conference. Miss Elizabeth Skinner paiture of Bert Ainsworth who hll.11 THRILLING AERIAL STUNTS

tab Cobden wrote: "Luck i is ever waiting They wil rai-o a better grade of stock president of the Florida Federation been directing the play. The band

for something to turn up. Labor aiul"1 provide rough feed for a short of Womens Clubs will tell what I has been exceedingly fortunate, however -

yemd with: keen and .utrone will will( pel lod in the winter.. When men vet the women are doing in the campaign.An in securing: the services of Wil-

turn somethinjr.eyes Luck lies in bed. to operating in this manner cattle for interesting exhibit is being arranged liam Triplet, us director who with SUNDAY MARCH 18

1 ISirnf rc and wishes up the postman would bung lietf purposes will be profitable justas as part of the meeting. Dr. Mrs. Tiiplett, aiirvod in Kissimnu'e ,

a him the news of a leRacy. Labor turns dairying: is now profitable where Wyman of Saint Petersburg has pre last !Monday for the purpose and has KISSIMMEE AVIATION FIELD

out at six o'clock and with busy pen men follow it intelligently. pared some* interesting displays Dr. been conducting daily and nightly; rehearsals -

>anT | or ringing hammer lays the foundation Within five yeais after the no- MacDonell of Jacksonville has also since.

of a competence. Luck whines. fence law becomes effective we will arranged a display. Arrangements are Mr. TripleU aside from being a EDDIE FAIRBANKS will hang by toes from

Labor whistles. Luck relies on chance not be apologizing for Florida beef also being made for the children of finished artist and a master stage: director upper

Labor on character" by selling; it a few cents lower than Saint Petersburg to repeat a mosquito -I'' enjoys the distinction. of beingone plane and do other stunts. MISS BOBBIE BOW-

d Bulwer too, knew that observers western beef though western beef has playette they recently gave before of the most widely traveled members -

in often mistake rood fortune to he but paid a high Height/ in reaching: us. It the citizens o/ that city. ,I of his profession. The Travel MAN will make 3000 foot

0Un the result of chance, when he wrote: will be much better business judgmentto I Club of America in annual session; a parachute drop.

nothing from luck and the have fewer hoofs and more beef on HALF A LEAGUE ONWARD at the (;irand Central Palace in New
"Hope :
Unm probability is that you will be so pre those. hoofs and of a quality that will ( Pensacola Journal) York last March placed him riKhtamonjt' Passenger Flights $7.50()

pared forewarned and forearmed ('Ofljt'te| with the western pr<*duct Back in Washington a lot of senators : the foremost, with far more

0 that all shallow observers will call than to continue to advertise western are putting on an air of mysteryat than a quarter of a million miles on

1. beef and apologize: for the Florida the President's proposal that the the American continent to his cred.t.
lucky. FREEADMISSION
2. you"I never knew," Addison thought product. Progressive men are seeingthe United States now join the Lcagvie Mrs. Triplett herself a finished i -- FREE
whole of Nations judicial court and act as I character delineator and
hard-working light/ and this i is why the musician,
"an early-rising prudent
4. man, careful of his earnings and state is (tying out against the present though they were at a loss to understand I has constantly accompanied her husband +_++OH_+_ O 0.. 0 Co 0 000 OO 0 0"H"0"fl"0. ***.-.

5. strictly honest who complained of xhoit-Highted policy of a few cattlm'n. ('- the President's sudden change for twenty-five years. This ; n .
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bad luck. A good character goodhabits of heart. I genial couple have devoted their efforts -
Out here we don't pretend to very almost the FOR RENT
)e wholly to productionof
and iron industry are impregnable _ ,
ill- WIIT WILl. 'filE LEGISLATURE: wise in the statecraft but we can "community plays" during the
to the assaults of all the! F'ifl 1I":1'ln.: : hzilfofth.
huh Club
r4 luck that fools ever dreamed of." I 1)0' give: those senators the key it thePresident's past two years and the theatre loving houpi,. H I hlc'h l I"IN ri-rrfitly hi'..n rralr -

Emerson joins these other minds in --- abrupt move toward the i I public of Kissimmee are assureda |' <'d. "..rllv fuml.hod. |fft per
Many Florida people at this time Just talk the folks back month. Including
to
declares league. presentation of the band's play, under ocar.lI'e. Addrem
the attack upon luck and in: aie beginning to wonder 'What the home. The President and his advisers their direction. and with their "<>lf ,'hl I'. Klmiltnnicp ,.|( .

I "All successful causationists men have they agreed believed forthcoming/ session of the legislaturewill have heard from them. [ character acting, which will compare "WANTED

being ; but do in the way of affording: reli..fhorn When they took office. President I| favorably with professional compa. .
by
not luck
that things were by ---
-- --
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the cattle tick. If it sees fit the and his cabinet member, nies --
Harding \\ \.NII.II: : : I
law-that there was not a weak or state-wide I l-i.Kltliin |h> >"UnK mall
cracked link in the chain that joins legislature will pass a dipping probably intE'rpreted.thel.r. _7,000,0001. T who wurkvil hla way throunh commental -
law cr it can amend the present 'majority as a ground-swell for isolation JUDGE COMER HANDS HI ho..I I \v,.i tel' n..at hand.
the first and last of things the law giving 'it OUT ROAD SENTENCES I'ml)-rxtniulN. ilutil.li. ..,,,1 hookkMpInjr
live stock sanitary systematic wasn't at all. It was a .. ry -
and effect. FOR SALE VNi.ulil I. IKIII..HI
cause and faithful.
which if prosecuted
r Chance fortune and luck are mere- dipping wil eliminate the tick within ground-swell for discontent. Only now (Continued from Pas One) Foil J.-lIu'k*. llHlchliinliK", Flo A'.1'1"'"" "(' '' !"I"" U3. Kl..lmm....
vigorously administration leaders itIt
ly words that have been created to are waking up es, not expect leniency by pleading 2.611 si tllnK III.by duck. 5u< Purrtirrd I'HeNT.nOlrl
a to the fact that the ground-swell of may
name a something. which seemed un- To year.do the jpb in such a short time public sentiment, in America is against guilty. "If he's guilty he'll Buffer.I MusciMl MuHiovIe.ii. lurk prlie Kami.winner.Lonpnootl.Florida. Short. V,'..\Ir.. II. M Hudson.in do 1'ln..I.house work.
explainable.Finite Kl
the penalty. -
will of course "a a big task but it can isolation. 14-2lc Hlnunce, Florida
that I 14-lt
minds have faculty.
months of Regular term of county court opened ,
that. Six
be done even at Talk to folks about Not one
What they cannot 'explain by ordinary systematic dipping will put Mr. Tick in' dozen you. with the this week Monday with a long FOIl, RAL&--flr Exchange..: For automobile ,HAH1).__Comfo'rtahla home In coun
3I rules, they classify under some person a agrees list of minor offenses and some civil 8'4 lots all at to fruit;! gar try. Can aeromlnodiUe on. or two ,
new heading. When man, early in : Out of business and if once the great handful of so-called irreconcilable' senators "morning Alonzo Green age and small house: corner ).' nd18Y children. !II 1'.. Ordas, Klaalmmao. '
majority of Florida people decide they in Washington that America cases. Monday and Jllabh..tt.( KlsslmmeoVhu1, Morldn. 14-lto .
his career on this ,earth saw things I want to getrid of him, six months should sit idly by and "let Europe pleaded guilty to passing a worthless have you l<> offer' ,1)Vi, Short. I---'' '"I '
happen apparently without cause or check and fined dollar and Lxintcwooii, Florida. 14-Ztc IF 'YOU do
the preliminariesand T'tat' was a any kind of farming. In
ought to arrange stew in her own juice. p :Jicy
effort he called it luck. Man's finite / Florida > should .
in read Th
costs. Gage Davey was court on y.at Farmernnd
for the main bout.Governor
mind would not allow him to see behind I net ready doesn't help America and it certainly two charges carrying concealed FOH R.I.F.T.: .. n"W 5-room Inintfn- Stockninn. which deals with cltt -
the veil. Hardee has gone on record does not help Europe. It i h neillitr lows Hill h Karaite l..tR 5IIXISII I IIIPInn us ami Iru.-k f.ti iliiig. live stock
for tick eradication. He wantsit wise nor generous nor American. weapons and unlawfully carrying a l inkl water KiitSNi'd- nun ".11 I lioultry mid iliilr> ins H,.nil! for free
Handed down through the-aicen has of the -main--Qe- pistol. Upon conference pf the attorneys ion t.ullt-lii thlnn rnliliirt .and. 1 lion, HHtniiji' <'i\ ",2. ,-.nts for thrcnini.titlm
come this word and this meaning. To-I markel-up ag one PAIR'o' TWINS for the defendant prosecuting . IflK Im.inl, nhadcH. tlf.<..ttlc light Ih) \.nrl> ..uhe.-rtpiin| 11 00.;
administration WHO WANTS A ? ..... ..
of his .. ..
day it is generally accepted! as having coriplishments tut.M Ilinl. .i itth ,"\"<'r\fhln C co"'Til..t. u. $3,4e. 4'Uil4,4ccd4wle.c _
and if this becomes a fact it will be attorney, the judge and disinter anil up, to th.. minute.I Hniull pavimiitli I H ",,...nlh ,\d.nss 1'1\1'| ,Kuriner and
a place entirely separate from Who will good hom for ested counsel. the nolh SKiikman : :.. .
the achievement that has provide a cases were < u H .mil 1*-rttiH ,1..S' t hnim* forHIII .N ntv nan itt reel.
any other set of circumstances but I greatest in Florida during the one or more of the homeless or orphan pressed, and the ammunition and pis- i 111'111'' 'r,' of OMIICI. Uli IfixaiiMi JnrkBi ii\" II I". 'I.ld.I 11-tfc
that writer who sensed the need of a been put over / the I .".-t. Mtf.KOIt ---- ---- --
that boys or girls under the care of ;, tol which had been seized were .
of I order-I WSTP.II'Iu": > ,
I administration governor i "'"I Wlf'
any '
---- ' I..ok after24is
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new letter to change the word! into of Florida ? returned .
had. Childien's Home Society I led to Roy Darling:, ro' f ii| in "',"II
Florida has ever I "r lit
the state of 1'1 t I 1.I'I I loud Hiiiull J I ( spply
'ltr
back I rhi-np .
another touched the real ,
thouht, Board The Receiving Homes of the Children's owner. Judge Comer announced that \1.,111 air' t 1I.41C'
Sec.
Give the Live Stock Sanitary \lnnlll I ( ;i.'i-n I It.itx _
of it all. Luck if you will is pluck Home Society at Jacksonvilleand there were good reasons for noUn I II I -
working Till- 11-
and
kind of law a / ;;
the I light a : J \\aiklim' .
'' Cotniianj'
will
and energy labor and thought cause and the tick will Pensacola are filled to overflow I pressing: this case but served notice 1'I.ANTMM:' > SiiiiSItoHflf: : : \ pliintxII' I" '"% h.d emIt -
fund! '" "
of I.z' "
.200,000 .
"mAII 111
and effect even if to the shallowness! { before the boll- ing with boys and girls of all ages: 'that hereafter any one and every one t... Z:... $1 :Mi; pi-r I thoUM.iliil., pap.i KlHHlmitn I .. XV.itkliid Products agent
arei
of man's mind they may be invisible.' leave Florida long (ruin tiny babies on up to fourteen violating the law in thin respectmight ) a. I.UK> IIIlJrr"v".1| ..... .1. llu- ,Irk; 1"'r.' .' ,"n.1, | our sales-
.. .
| weevil. HK<' MioitN I Kami. I.HIIK v\o. .1 I 1'Mit141'ti 'l.ei.plitimk., |"I"| I Inii.ni.
Things don't just happen. Success can years of age, and each day is addingto { expect the penalty. Frank Sei s InvestlKIII. -
Once free from this pest we thin ,
isn't spontaneous. Fortune doesn'tfall then invite dairy farmers and the beef the family of children to be cared i I bring pleaded guilty: to the charge/ of ..Iu, ,. ami. Miluil.li opiK.ttiinitN'"' simples, Kull sent partlc-fret,

from the heavens. Luck is not I all of the Union to foiso, thai the Society is absolutely I motor speeding and was fined $li and I II Fllit :SVI.i\ : Miinit ...Ioht"hit.: .. I.. Khull I.. huntliTM Mhn tn....n business.
raisers from
something different something; separate parts all because compelled to secure homes for the i costs. ) ,.1111.-.... anti ii\ ., ciiiUinlH. al \\ rite' t.l'''It, 1'h..J It WatklniTo.
and come to Florida and that isn't Considerable Imrualu. A leo low Ifi-font skllT\ II nipt Mi :Mi i Hi|>lilH, Trim U-ltx
interest _
apart. __
order that developed
their children on hand in room over .
II. ,
and -
they'll come bring lluclmin 1'ln'dRI. KIIninir| | '
Back of everything that is, lies thecause. capital and before long: those areas can be provided for the new children I the case of the Crescent Paint 14-2t MISCELLANEOUS
And with that cause stand Company C. W. Bruns. By
coming in. An appeal is especially versus _.
scrubby
,
the small --
side side labor and that now range FOR SA I. '=-A 111.I 'i. 6-100111. .
'
by pluck energy mutual consent of the for f-otl.iki 1F
tick-infested four and five hundred made for homes for boys and girls! attorneys with lights" wnti-r an.l bath on "u"\ \1111 ii". ."" kind 1 of 'arming-
thought. from six old to twelve and the""J5laintiff and the prosecuting attorney Klo.l.ln ) .u should read
Th
will be" carrying years up l>\nifiitn 8.'i' the owner J. .1 Farmerr
Analyze the next man you thinl. pound specimens, and bred fourteen years of age as there are I Attorney Colvin Parker of KlrhurdH. 4H3): \liu-I at rc.-t. 14-tn S un.1,, Sttekna" which deals with cit
herds of
lucky. Analyze your own good: or ill high grade pure more of these older children needing Saint Cloud Rat in this case as Judge and tru'k farming, live stock,
poultry
beef cattle making it unnecessary to 1"'('" M .13 II..im-hi,1.1 nnd dairying. Bend for tree
fortune.If ; Ad Litem. The jury found for the anil I klKh'nJohnmni. ... .
homes than younger ones. i iiainpl. .P) or 25 rents
call for western importation wl4en furnltun- Olive iHt ':. i ILM for three
you look deep enough and search wants sirloin. The Home Society is anxious too paint company and assessed damagesat \\'.- Alltd11 .tr..,-,. 14ZtxFOH montliR... Warlv subscription. I 1.00 :
persistently you'll find the and one a good Mir. y.Brs. 12 III"
cause to find homes for several pairs of $250. Everett Bass pleaded guiltyto Published twice
the of what We can produce the pastures and N.\"I': -"h"RI' C.II.OIIHR ,, a month. Addii-an Th.. Farmer and
destroy mystery man- reckless driving nnd fined cigIiii
brotheis and sisters and for trios and was $1
feed. for good cattle, in Florida kln, nf farm ., Mo.kmnn N.. I"> Nrwnan Street.
crops Im"I"II..nl. I I.
:
for lack of better term has called .
a and costs. A directed verdict of not Jniksoii\lll.' .
.
of whom the Society Florida
children
quartettes I I 11-tfc
luck. and good; cattle we will have when we "Y cow. %.arlliiK< In IfiT cnlf 1 1KiMMl I.
:' free from the tick. Instead is very anxious hot to separate. guilty was brought in for Charles E. work hunt In) log heiiB. tu i.mnminitlh AI1APTRI.
are
-xxx- once Johnson, who was charged with tironzo turk.s ,' fm, l Irp-i IUTNCH onAPES bring
There are two pairs of twin girls ; aggravated ,,
.ii One of the principal subjects for of requiring good cattle to subsist entirely assault. Johnston and Gar- IIIK large BHHortnionl of house'hol.l l pnyln.rUllur -'Khten' months att.'r -
criticism tourist visitors is the on the wild range farmers will each pair being ten years of age. The furnlnhliiKH I nillp. ninth of Kl...lm. ,. plnntinK Plant an acroaan
h
by our rett were awarded damages of $250"in ,.,. l..d"I"'nI"nl
Home ,. HBt
and cultivate Society never separates twins To condition of the road between Melbourne develop improved pasture under conditions and earnestly their case against S. B. Aultman.A l.nuKhlln. .11.I n::2txFOH : fruit '"v-stmont In south : fruit
feed that in the next any brlnirs highest
and Kissimmee. This crops so prk"RV. Introduc-
objc- hopes that two good homes can be large number of cases were nolle | 'l Ih., ,..,
tlon should be removed by next sea few years we will not be able ta: tell N.\ LFJo'orl> ,.er-e "f Tr.mu. ,. Kinpes lirto Florida and
lI son.-Tampa Tribune. our' visitors that less than ten percent found for these twins at an early date. prossed. Innil. ull ten ccd.,: 20 arnnlHi....<.l .II.,..s'. iia'it.'! been doing well ten .....-
I ---- --- nuk0 'h.'r
of Florida i.s under cultivation. All the Society asks of families' to linrn, Hiul ihlrkfn IICIUB.. ndnpted fruits also; tree
\ You said it! Osceola has just about cffer their homes to these homeless! FIRE REGULATIONS Three artPN In lifarlnu oran i, tr .s "I'liiehPirlc-s... \.... fo'ull blackberries ns. pflAch1' -
I Neither will we be obliged to admit ,," 'IntorlllAtlolI
"M l II cine of Valley U.iieii; .' : free catal"K -
completed its work, the state road department that the total assessed valuation of children/ is that they be of good character .Adapted' Nurseries
The attention of the general public _ 13 :2F < T"mp.'lIfi!
) has promised to finish the our state is less than five hundred and financially able to provide a is -- ...
rcspectflly invited to the matter -- -- .
< lit SM.R-Tn.t of .l.Tn.l .:;.Tahilut'34B -
comfortable home and
reasonably education. -
gap it is responsible for in the very i millions of dollars. This may scorn I of co-operation with the fire depart > Hrrm li BU this" two mil.B of tin- %o'rIi'I4)14' AI..U..I.." I"tlt .5110I -
to be a large sum but it doesn't Applications should be sentdirectly ment. ..1\\ \' limits of KlNKltmi$ ,,. 1\1. t4i' II "I'IJo" I'\(; ( IIil'l'I0lt
future I Everybody) is requested to refrain III I hiKIM
near and Drevard is t alI'
working. :% i'll '.
ira
to Marcus r. Fattg the State rifle i 'U liii4: :
i'f amount to much when ] with from |1,10'" of llTidll:; .I"'i- acie Tills a 'II C IITFU
( compniei ill front of "
Long before next Sf'ason. we'd say. that) I Superintendent 42S St. James Building driving or Innil. IH CIH noil. l>y ..lll-r. Hlilfiit win, 111': TU" III'' KI"'J."I'N'
of ( .
western state of the 1TY.TII
a
otherwise .
same the ,
.
path of the ,,
f < -XXX Jacksonville I"loriila.MI'TI'.tl obijtructjng wants to un II mom, \ f.or .,.II h., '
I size as Florida that has .1 total assessed fire truck when going to a fire. Also. plltpoBi-B niM. 111 Ix I Ix Oil iitMixii.,1, ,.,, .
TilE TOWN - . ,,.. \1.1.i \\1I1I I I IM I IM: 't V"
., ': valuation of fight/ billion and : I un.; SETTLEfTPU you are requested not to drive over portunllv\ foi Bm on.i t-, e''t| ?< |h.II, :-,1.; ., I la h'r.,." gis .. ('ONC"F.RN'
,
p11,1 A1Ir'aa 'hul CIt
It rMl: \ I h. .. Ih"
five Mr
and then hundred millions of dollars Good the hose when laid by the fire depart .,,, > "''I.'IO".H H "r ( IS.- '
Every now you will hear <)MPILVITH MRS. BAIRI) lla\' Florida I:: t f.L . .. "11) ot KIt..lmIII -
..
cattle nnd "I' .
'S
hogs ,
some. chap trying: to tell what is the / arc responsible for ---- ment. Your co-operation will be ap -- -- - - f I. lii ''
the
the eight billfon dollars IPifff Fl lit" .Kl ,. Sinte ot Florida' -t Us" .....Von1"o
1f matter with the town. ,-ence Kixsimmcei Florida preciated. \ IiniiIy 5-a.' 11'111'1.I r", ,,, h.. held In the
; because! with cattle and with hiiUKc, for ,-HKh I K.: \ Ktrinit: Y"Kr It A. D. 1'23. fOr .
good
f hogs March B B.
12
There isn't a thing the matter witb 1921. nOUGHTEN 5'ii'i ,\gl-nnv. i'eI.fIi,',. special or IQ..1 act ratIfying -
approviig
the town.A come the kind of farms that build 111'1.: Tiller AR'ent.Life City Manager. -- -- --.-- ---, -liiiitnlu- --. x ,1 ,.. lol.lIntr anal! .-on lrmlnth( Ch..r-
\ town is made up of the people substantial cities and towns, with Mutual Insurance Company of ,'Olt S.t I. ';-Tn ncr,. form with I I I I h..nis.. ( ..'\.T'"'""' '" voted " by the eili.x..n. -
good schools Holland manufactured 167,437: tons 19IIII.! Jo\ Strout Knrin,, Ih. Tow "' KlHslmmeB City.
colleges and universi New York.Kissimm'e. tK"l'V
in it and if .1
there : I h.
the '
is anything Ion .I.' '
ostofnre In
of vegetable oils in of which 1,1" 1111".. al.l .. rk'7' 'nhl' (.ltv on the
matter it is with the Florida. 1922 day '
people and not ties.We ] ?L teeember A. D. IMS.sJlm. /
with the town. have the land, the climate and Dear Sir:- 64,442 tons were from cocoanu'.s all -'OH SAI FJ-Oood. milk cow f.r ,nsli I It"' Ie. ".. Charter of said Town of
.
If ;you know of any mistakes that the opportunity all we need is a Iflw I acknowledge: with thanks receipt of them imported. Cocoanuts grow Inquire at Uaaetto. x 1".I'.ft., special' rity bill Rnd ,In provide'that

that we can work with.-The Farmer of check for $5007.03 from the Mutual in Florida but we have no mills to will
being made to those
are' who foil
go are RAI.F3 OR RENT-7-r.m ,TsT rni. J'VlmJ.t" "* recorded In this
making the mistakes and tell. them and Stockman. Life Insurance Company of New extract the oil. The Dutch manufacturers Corner Mabbetle and Kerinuda ho Hts Clerk of Circuit Court of

about it.Dont York in full settlement of insurance with 77 members are organized Also 3-room house Rt 21i MagnIia .th County of Osceola and State of
The other day they arrested five carried them the I into *n association known as the for sale' Morlda pursuant to the provlalon. of
take and by on life of late 13.2t" 1t. U.
time 8.
up :your own my 1553 shall b. .
prominent Salt Lake taken knd .c'cept..d
City men for husband. I Vereeniglng Van Nederlandache Clie-
the
.time of other people by telling FOR SALE-IOO the amendment. adoptedfurih.e
them, smoking cigarettes In public.: They This claim was paid promptly and fabrikatanten (Association of Netherlands land nr St. Cloud.acres For 11'00(1 quick pasture sale and In and by said .special so bill will

If want to cure disease ought to sentence such unregenerated to my perfect satisfaction. Oil Manufacturers.) U.OO per acre. Write S. D- Wtllla.n. provide that .n 'he. proceedings -
: ,, yon a' you wretches to become Waucnuis Florida. with reference to the adoption of
priests of the 8-tt
treat the sick not Respectfully ;, .ald Charter
his friends
person, Mormon church and make them HOT1CK FOR BIDS amendments thai t,. and
.aDd neighbors who are in good health. the sup TILLIE BAIRD FOR 8AL1D. Jl'or Picas Jl'urnl.1J.d are validated, approved and nflrmed.
port full quota of twenty-seven (Adv.) Graystone Rooms and No Trespass This the hUll day of Msrcb..A. 1>
HoteL Scaled bid
.So. ifyou want things corrected wives will be received by the vents Carda, I' 1122. __, '.
aplec The
punishment should .Mb at Th. "
'
Board of County Commissioners to awtu of lie.. .
straight to thoM who am at fault up
jro
Mid talk to them.. W fit the crime by gosh!-Florida Chief. Specific"Young InstallIng ten a. m, water Monday, April 1. 1111. for 41-tr A.M. 8.M.OLBBRT KATZ.' ., ;'

"The rest of us haye something else AclYer\iafnl' is of no more Importance man" said the stern boss, square. Specification system on mar\;001"HOUM be FOR 8ALB1-lI'tne rSsldsncs prop.rj,.; a.' W, P&RSONS."jl
? "one of the you il' ladies m the office had by applying to Clark of the Boa.rU. Apply at the otft.e 01 The Va11. 14-at 1If / _- .
.nct.we.dOli't.waftt.to.-both.
> ..
< to-a
4 merchant' than I 0. *,.. 1t1..1
;; .. -.. "* .. rssoline, is eqmplalned **** "SHrW" ber... .,T E. l.. I>>>. OVKR8TREET.!: Chairman. _!_ __ .-u :
& -Fernendth 1Mdet: 1.f'- U "" -, "' ** :
te .. you haY n.ch.rtia.t \
.4. a'lztomobIls.1 r' : ch . .! .by-! : -,*+,(OY RSTRE" ', Clerk. SECOND 'ooaa to te1it
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......... .......... KIS8IMMEB- BUSINESS WOMENGET '
5.-
Loc a LOCKED UP IN ORLANDO w
oOfficisl
,.. o" WEATHER' REPORT :
I Away from home and incarcerated 1 .
,t : .Bulletin of daily tem..0 Such was the sad fate of a number r .'
.
-': .0 4 perature and precipitations fur-,* of members of the Kissimmee' Business "
'" 4 nlshed by the KJ&simmee Co- and Professional Women's Cluba

" 1 Good milk cow for.sale,, -Inquire'at( 4 operative U. S. Weather Bureau night last week In Orlando. Nixon .
Gazette office x 4 Station for the week ndinf that sad stuff! Nothing sad about STORYAST
4| Friday, March '16: (t, '

Silk hose, .76o.up to $3. All colon, 0 -' '.e Four cars full,;of the members of I II
at McCaule,'... ,. 4' Date Max. Jan. Prep. the organization went to attend a I,
4 Saturday,"Mar 10..71 49 .00 meeting addressed by; Mrs. Lena Lake
Mr*. C, W. Griffin spent several 4 Sunday, Mar 11..84 55 .00 4 Forrest, of, Detroit, president of the r
days in Tampa this week. ., Monday,,Mar 12..84 '62' .00 4 National Federation of Business and

milk for sale. ( 4[ Tuesday, Mar 13_:_86 69 .11 .4 Professional Women's Clubs at, the
Good cow Inquire at
J Wedn'day, Mar 14.88 59 .04 0 home of the Sorosis club in Orlando.
Gazette; office.. x t Thursday, Mar 15.73 J>5 .00 0 Mrs Forrest spoke on the ideals,

Home-made pies at DuPont's Cafe. Friday Mar 16....81 66 .19 aims, and purposes of the clubs.
4 Readings, are made at 8:00 After the the
Have you tried them? a.' meeting party re.
4 M. for the preceding twenty-four paired to a drug storo to blow them-

Mrs. M. Katz and Mrs. A. T...Mor.r 4 hours. seTves'to refreshments, that is, most
llon were in Tampa l[II last week. J ALLISON T. FRENCH. .* of them did. A few of them, for some
-- Co-operative Observer. 0 reason or other, chose a restaurant. I
Yea the ladies of St. John's Guild 4444440444400044000Mrs. T.he'drug tore/ was the one in which
are making costumes for ghosts-the the excitement' occurred. The cub reporter -

hosts; of Hilo. Leo II. Wilson left Kissimmee getting scraps of conversation -
for a visit to Miami here and there was little at loss .
Wednesday.M. a a ,
Now silks, voiles, etc, for Easter
to understand
what did
just < happen. !
dresses at McCAULEY'S.New C. Autrey .
spent Wednesday He heard, "Locked up- everybody
York Life Insurance Co., SamL morning in Davenport on business. full-got money from pocketbookS

Lupfer, local representative. Utfc Klim will delight in and every other available place-hun ,
:you, especially "
gry, et cetera. Thinking he was on
Mrs. J. B. Byrd of Dowling Park, your favorite recipes, for it is always the trail of a wild story he hung
uniform. For sale
i is visiting her sister. Mrs. Malcom by Midway Grocery *- around.It .

M Overstreet. T seems that the hour wan late,

White' Easter slippers for ladies and I fresh want pulled to buy carrotts.new English W. J. peas Nel- keep later open.than the The locking Orlando up drug part I ,stores came

'," nn.! children. McCAULEY'S. on. when close for the the management night. Kissimmee started participants to- BEGINS MARCH 17 & CONTINUES 15 DAYS '

Furnished Flat for B
rent. W.
: Latest reports from Mrs. R. S. I. nay it was only ten o'clock.
11 arris, Gazette office. 14-tf Floyd, who has been seriously ill at The "every body full" talk they say

Miss Helen Bas will return to Tallahassee the Orlando General Hospital, are I referred to the cars, no story there.
Monday to resume her studies that she is improving.J. The money part wasn't' for bail, it
EVERYTHING FOR EASTER AT MONEY SAVING PRICES. WE HAVE
in the state college. wan merely to pay for the eats. Story
II. Rinard, of Birmingham, is fell flat.
Celery, lettuce, and berries on ice. visiting in Kisoimmee. The length of Anyhow, everybody reportll'good/ TIlE MOST ATTRACTIVE LINE OF NEW GOODS FOR 'THE EASTER

at Bohannon's Ideal Grocery. his stay is indefinite, as he says he time. Those making the trip were: AND SPRING SEASON EVER SHOWN IN THIS TOWN. DON'TlAKE
will stay until he gets a good rest. Misses Kathleen Bcarden, Lucy Buck-

Shaves.:; 15c; haircut, 85c; children. lie ia stopping at the Dnyson. eln Louise !Hens, Irma Holzman, Ed- THE ERROR OF BUYING UNTIL YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE AND
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18-tf -- ith Miller. Elsie Norton, Percie Oli
The coming of so many good thingsto ver. Estelle Persons, Rhea Phcrigo, COMPARE OUR VALUES.
Mrs. Wfilla Steed's illness in sourceof Kissimmee this week ban some-
Helen Sawyer, Albina Smith, Virginia
much regret to her many frineds, what deciminated the crowds at any Smith, and E. 1.. Wenner, and Mesdames -
who hope for her speedy recovery. one place. The Woman's Club lyceum M. V. Boyer, F. C. Bryan. H.
number the Passion
width and play pictures, M. I Deyoreo, C. E. Hilton. Bessie King, OF YARD GOODS IS MORE COMPLETE THAN '
Hemstitching -any pi- lectures, social teas, etc., have been OUR STOCK
B. C, Miller W. E.
San
Newby
Ruby
Mitchell
roting. Nettye Newton 314 well instructive.
street.t 13-tf entertaining as as derson, and Willa Steed. EVER BEFORE: 'YOU WILL FIND OUR VALUES IIIGII AND THE

Leave order at Bohannun's
Ask for information on the New l deal Grocery your for anything you want IN MEMOKIAM! PRICES LOW-WE OFFER<: GOOD ORGANDIES AND VOILES FOR 30c,

York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- to eat, and Mrs. W. H. Frrmer will\ Peacefully resting in a bower of
39c 50c, 60c, AND UP. COME DOWN TODAY AND LOOK THEM OVER
fer. 14-tfc prepare!; it for you at the right price.* floral tribute lay all that was mortalof ,

the late Frank A. Nave last Sat-
Many friends are pleased to know I Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dann and family {
urday morning while Dr. W. II. }
that Mrs. F. A. Nave and family will of Miami, have been spending the! Drench conducted the last sad rites.
return here within a week or so. week at the home of Captain and
ATS. Clay Johnson. They; will leaven The pretty little sun parlor of the Women's $6.00 Beaded THE NEW .. MEN : Your SummerHat
and Nave home wan distinctively Mr.
rot Hemstitching ing-. Nettye -Newton any width 314, Mitchell pi- Lake a few Okecchobee days for, on their the home steamer, via Nave's own little "den." This he furnished Georgette Waists, to go McCALL PATTERN is here Come in i 5 '

street. 13-tf according to his own desires. sale at
Lillie. on 15 and look them
This little nook he dearly loved and $4 over.

Get your Easter slippers hose and I tax books will close Saturday, I in it he loved to meditate.At each . "It's Printed"FOR We have the low
dress before the big rush, Marc the clone of he price
(roods now 31. A penalty of five per cent a busy day was
at McCAULEY'S. will be added if not paid by that date. stricken in the field but he was carried SALE HERE and the high price ;

Mrs. M. V. with friends J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. to thin little sun parlor fr0111when..e
,
Coyer ho joined the immortals." And from
made business trips to Tampa, Mon- 10-tf) 400 Cards You are invited to visit $500
!there his body lay in state until takenon Safety ,
and to Brooksvillc Wednesday.The 5 C $1.00 to . cMen's
day ,
table its the
Strawberries for canning: or long journev to family Pins 2 Cards. . the new McCall Pat
leading life insurance companyof use, lOc per quart at the field, or burial ground in Beulah cemetery, ,

; the world New York Life. See will deliver orders for 24 quart crates. near Attica, Indiana.Dr. tern _ _ _ _ A
Sam Lupfer, sgent. 14-tfc Ve pick Mondays, Wednesdays' and Diesch in hill choice and beautiful Department.
Fridays, or will fill special 1 orders any remarks contrasted the life here

, Have your Sunday dinner at Du- day. See Nelson Realty Co. -that of tears of sorrow, tears of ..-Women's and Child- 75c Ties reducedto
Pont' Cafe "In tle Heart of Kissimmee. disappointments( tear of lonlmess .
." Klim is just rich, sweet milk, with with the vision John saw written in rens* Dresses ; about 60 I I 50c, $1.00 ties for 75c
the water taken out. You mix Klim Rev. 7, 9:17-th. great white throne 49 Cents for a fine

Merritt Schaub, who has been with water and get milk. Midway "Where God shall wipe' away every to close out at bargain Grade of Women's Un-

spending the winter at the NewbyInn Grocery, distributor. tear from their ,eyes. prices. Some big values '
ion Suits about 75c
went to Tampa Sunday for a few'YL A quartette sang "My Heavenly -
I The Ladies' Aid Society of the ,Father Knows," and "Some Day We in this lot.'VOlIEN'S'SIIOES. value. 'I MEN'S SUITS
Christian church, will hold a cooked ,Shall Understand." .
The best of delicatessen goods, food sale on Broadway, Saturday, Saturday afternoon Mrs. Nave and : $16.00 to "$35.00
cooked by Mrs. W. II. Farmer at Bo beginning at 2:30. The Christian I three sons accompanied the body
hannon's Ideal Grocery. S Endeavor will .also sell home-made north where interment took place Palm '
candy at reasonable prices. $11.9,5
Star Brand Shoes are the best val Mcnday. Thread 5 Cents. 150 Beach
ues. Ask your friends..they are wear Mr. and Mrs. G.R Daflonwith Many hearts were quickened by this A complete, stock'of
ing them. Call at McCAULEY'S., their two children and Mr. and Mrs. grief which touches' the family so White Canvas Pumps yards of best Sewing
I). O. Lester. of Cleveland Ohio. deeply and also causes great sorrowin "
Mesdames J. D. Woodbeck B. L. spent Sunday on an automobile' tripto the Pie.hyteiian' church in which and Oxfords. The pri- Thread.

Dixon, and George P. Gardner mo- Saint Petersburg Tarpon ppriigH, every number of the family held MEN'S SHOES
tcred to ,Orlando jon_Jjusinessj.Wed! !, andClearwater _Tbex: : sport "a d nl- membership and in \\'hiehIr! {'nd ces. are right.
nesday. dy time except for four blowouts!! Mrs Narorwetciumlapwehoolteach.ors. l -
a
In the public interest in geneiuKJosimmee We carry In stock the
When you need milk-a cup. a tax books will close' Saturday, feels the great loss sustained EASTER TOYSA
mmrt, gr a pitcher full use Klim. Marc 31. A penalty of five per cent in the death of thin indefatigable | famous FLORSHEIM
Midway Grocery, distributor. will be added if not paid by that date. worker and leader among men< Come here for Bar-
lot to from. and SELZ SHOES.
-- J. R. Gilbert city clerk and collator.104f. and public affairs. in big pick
New sport sets, neckwear and nil ------ -- gains ).
the latest creations in millinery, ut KHSOM'TIO-N: : Dies, 5c pack ; Chicks, rr

Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck's Hat Shop. O. L. Bolin, of Lime Rii7J| Win.. The board of-dnectoiof- Wut onI SHOES 2 for 5c, and 5c and lOc.
--
spent last week in KlMmin at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eastman, of I Hull Manufacturing: Company: believing Women's black Shoes At !
Newby Inn lie came to Florida bur one- Baskets, lOc each ; Rabbits MoneySaving -
left Thurs- it personal and pulilu' duly to
Denton Marbor, Michigan, / u
his. health. but is so. fa\'orMlJlv impressed -
day for their home. The Eastmans with the country, he have spent' several winters in Ki to(: purchase property here in the near late Frank A. Nave, hereby resolve Pumps .
bimmee and have here many friends. vicinity, and later rat-.ke hi<< home that. please the children. i iCHILDREN'S
Whereas: Frank A. Nave ha-, recently
The best investment you can make here. born tailed from our inuta to +
--- w
is a New York Life Policy. Better the Great; ,
Beyond passing away vt'rysutlitl.nly
The Baptists of central Florida will We have the
account. See Sam over
than a savings on Starch 7, anti gone
held four institute next weekat Women's Black and
leys'
14-tfc a
Lupfer. Whereas, : Ho was u valued i directorof HATS shoe stock and made
-- Orlando, with Dr. Sampey, of '
tax books will) close) Saturdny.Marc Louisville: Kentucky, as! lecturer. Dr.J. "tltson-II.111 Manufacturing Com- Brown
31. A penalty of five per cent A. Sutton will l>e a tercher of one pany Whereas, anti He greatly esteemedand Pumps !> 6. up We 'are showing a nice some real reductions.
that date.J. of the classen, and will leave for Orlando was /
added not :
will be if paid by
loved by all his fellow directors These close out at cost
R. Gilbert city clerk and collector. Monday evening, to remain and all itluis who knew him-ever :: assortment, of pretty

10-tf throughout the-institute.--, ready to help along any worthy en- to us. hats, from
25
The Methodist Missionary Society A, L King generously remembersthe l<'I'Jlri i.e; ulwajs smilingoptimistic, $2 GET OUR PRICES
will have a social program at !>irK.SiltIer' school lunch room with another cheeiful; mi untiring laborer and agood $1.00 to .
home on Mabbette street crate of celery. Mrs. Paulk' and MII" mnn, now therefore be it

next Monday. Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. Best hope to prepare chicken pilau] ResolvedThat: Watson-Hull Manufacturing Corsets 1
, will be hos- / Company offer every possible $ 00
Puulk and Mrs. Sigler soon' for the children Anyone haying 1
.
aid\ Hiiil! consolation to the licreueil -
receivedue up 1 lot Men's Felt Hats
tesses. culls as tc henswall ,
fumilv that the loss. of Mr. CHILDREN'S SOX
I if he f>r she dOI.ate"the
appreciation
need Nave i is great loan to this Company
flew much milk do vou everyday \ for this a
? (Hard to tell. Be prepared by culls purpose. iu"':l to the community, that a copy of $2.00
19c 25c: 30c :35c 50c -
Grocery. this resolution be the ,
having Kllm on hand. Midway spread upon
Have meals with us this sum
your minutes, of this Company a c pv Brassiers *C Were $2.50
mer-while your folks are awn v' I 2 and GOc.Children's .
Nave nnd to C
mailed to !ill re.: a ropy
City tax books will close Saturday, I Electric fans will keep vou cool. mibli-litd, in The KispimnieValley up .y
The Heart of
"In
Mtrch 31. A penalty of five per cent Punt's Cafe" fIlI'l Gazed,

will be added if not pajd by that date. !simmee. ----- I Done) nt. of Cueof tin Company ntKisimiiHw

J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. City tax books will tlo 10-tf March 31. A penalty of ,five per cent nuetmur of the Hoard this the 12th 18 Women's pretty Summer Union
will be added if not paid by that ,tatt' I till\' of :Starch. lOJ.'l! : :! OVERALLS
Mrs. Dolph Walker will leave for J. R. Gilbert, city (clerk and colt,-etor. Watson-Hull Manufacturing Co, Bungalow A p r o n s SuitsBoys'
Tallahassee within a few days fur 10tfA. Boa It! of IJilectors. $].75 value on sale at-
rest recreation, and to be near her K I P. C. Watson worth $1.75 or more, on '
daughter Miss Carolyn who is a student and Helen 1 Piesident. sale ateach. I B.. Boll of Port Tampa, $1.25
at the Florida State College for -jevernl! Howard G. Hall, 3> I 00
Women. Bell, of Georgian-Haunt nnJustWando the Socretaiy-Tieasufet: . . 2 up, at low prices. pair'LYLES
days in Kissimmee .
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Use Klim in any way that any milkis past week visiting, their brother, W. KNIGHTS 1 : OF J rVTHIAS
used, for cooking drinking, to make W. Bell, who was so seriously In lured WILL HAVE A SMOKER
buttermilk or cream cheese. Klim is at Lawson & Bell's sawmill The -
just milk. Midway Grocery distributor Inmost reports from the hospital at E. W. Donham, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
Orlando where Mr. Bell is being will add,C1I" the Knights of Pythiasat
treated are that his condition is much a smoker to be given at the Castle

tax books will close Saturday Improved and hopes are now entertained Hall on next Wednesday evening. V. STORY & CO.DRY
Marc 31. A penalty of five per cent for his ultimate recovery. March 21. All members are urgedto

will be added If not paid by that date. be 'present.
Howard
Commissioners-elect I .
J. R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector City place
10-tl Katz, George Persons and A. S. Gilbert In
with City Manager B. B. Doughten There are some folks
.
St..Patrick' lawn party held Toes. and City Attorney W. J. Steed, Who roast their town GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, ,NOTIONS :,
Bartow Tuesday to study Most shocking.
day afternoon .at Shoreacres: the drove to
Hamilton home well attended. various phases of the commission-
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- Editor___,...___..-.__Fred Lupfer SENIOR NOTES' RESUME OF BASKETBALL: SEA. hands and the "White Collar Men." But what we started out to say is,'we've got a large
Assistant Editor__.-Alberta Bronson ''SON The, man who, sits in an office all day
"Ain't it a grand and glorious feel pushing ;a pencil is inclined to consider stock' of Fishing Tackle of nearly every sort approved ,
: F. Reporters ing" to be a Senior After eleven GIRLS the laborer beneath him, and the
i.L Twelfth, Grade _.___Arthur-Stmpsofr. years" of.toll and struggle with History The girls of the Osceola HighSchool laborer in turn. is.inclined,to ridiculethe by experienced sportsmen. We have a good

: Eleventh Grade.- ___Joanna Hitchcock ,. English, and Mathematics, to were anxious to start athletics "White Collar Sissy," Yet both 'line of WINCHESTER Rods and Reels, Dowagiac,

- Tenth Grade_________Eleanor Rosen enter on a year when you know that so they started practicing basket are vital fcctorg in the world's .pro- and the famous Al Foss
, q k Ninth Grade...._______Vivian Floyd you are about to reach the goal. You j ball early in the season. They played gress. and South' Bend Minnows
'J. Music Department ____Ettamay Suhj know that you have broken throughthe well In the beginning and it lookedas You cannot say that the crankshaft Bait We carry Dip,* Nets, Minnow Buckets and
The line and are away for a touchdown if they would win the majority of of your Flivver is more, important
'i Another joy to the Senior is the}&'amcs. But later on they beganto than the left hind wheel, or thAt Bass Lines tested to 30 pounds, and Thermos Bottles t
Jblij' Which are you, a pessimist or an that he can stand by and watch the lose and then they lost all hope. the cylinders are more importantthan that will "it" cold'' if the is hot.
optimist? Pessimists!! ore people. who lower classes working to get wherehe There were reasons for the girls los- the spark plug: If any one of keep day i i iDON'T
always look on the dark side of is. In the spring the young Sen- ing:, for they were young players, and the vital parts in missing, all the oth- ,
d thing We do not always care to iors fancy lightly turns to thought were outclassed by the other teams. ers are useless. LET YOUR WIFE
(0,ja jai associate with these people for if of "Skip Day." A day when! the Sen- Some of the girls were loyal to their The same rule applies to Koc'e'y.:
) '" they have the slightest thing wrong logs just don't appear and it is rum- team and school and were out for The transcontinental railroad and the I
' with them it is just grumble, fuss, ored that they' are somewherenobody practice every day. These girls Panama Canal could not have been roast her brains in a hot kitchen this summer while
groan. These people like to fuss! justto knows where-enjoying themselves might have made a little bettershowing built without both the pick and shove'
I'' Uttt. hear and enjoy themselves, not because -i to their heart's content Oh i/ they had had the cooperationof men and the clerical staff! One group you sit in a cool office, or front porch. We offer

-- it helps them or anybody else. you Skip Day! the rest of the girls. During the without the other would have been as four kinds of Oil Stoves and all are leaders of their
rte On the other hand, we have seen
season a total of eight useful as the pistons in an automo-
I Ith r pIe who were always smiling. They JUNIOR NOTES frames, they losing played six and winning two. I bile without the connecting rods.! ]dndVe have the marvellous: Red Star Detroit
enjoy the of others and helpto
company Last the Juniors had BOYS I How then, can one group cf men lxconsidered > Stove that furnishes all the heat
I igh ; make things pleasant. They speakto Friday a very interested Vapor you want ;
The boys being in foot- more important in the lift
save the others us they pass by, but if pleasant surpiise. All day they went l I of the world and it under the kettles.
than Then
someone refuses to recognize them around with sweet smiles for every- ball this year lid not start basketball another We nftist\ puts right up we

seT they do not get angry and "lose) their one and in the best of humor with until after Christmas. They startedoff have the financiers, engineers, clerks, strongly recommend the New Hibbard with Kero-
11e head." When associate with this the: world. For why not? Carol Ma- the season fine, and played well, laborers, farmers, dreamers and office 1
" kind of people we we cannot help but diiHon had paid the Juniors what she I winning the first four games in the boys, With one group mUsing the gas Burners. If you want a stove that'will get results ,
district. Then the interest of the Wheel of Progress would become s'a-
mile with them. In this day and owed them! boys waned as they could not get tionary, or at least be dangerously when you have a big baking try either of the
time cf and trouble it is best
to smile worry and let the world smile with SOPHOMORE NOTESMiss ],enough substitutes" out to practice I slowed. above. We also have in stock a good line of the New I
with the "varmty. But those who Even the much ridiculed lie-flapper
you, for trouble.worry is not gointo/ prevent Wyckoff's room is now gaily did come out did not stop because has a use. lie is something withwhich Perfection and Puritan Stoves. Take your choice.
ok' decorated with posters made by her did. stuck and showed the less fair I
some They more or sex can
rhIn "Laugh, and the world laughs with Latin classes.) The Caesar and first I what real loyalty to the school and compare with n real man. .
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Inm you year Latin classes made very attractive team is. Some of the students were Ain't it the truth
' Weep, and alone.
you weep the "Practical
ones, illustrating
to
iced For the sad!! old earth, must borrowits Value of Latin. in Advertising." The unwilling to fuss practice when yet the they team werewilling was SOUTHERN: C'OLLEUE; NOTES

port mirth, Cicero class made them to illustrate, losing. This not true -
tic But has trouble enough of its own." "The Percentage of Latin Words ship. Remember wan, high school sportsman-stu- At the recent meeting of the members Osceola Hardware Co. :
i of the board of trustees of
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'snn.I ATHLETIC NOTES Used the Different Languages. dents, always stick by your team till Southern College held here definite
All of the ,
posters are now making the last. They may be down but they ,
rtaP.art Now that basket ball season is over Mix Wyckoff's room very attractive. are never out. steps wi-ic taken to range for funds
.r the high school is getting ready Tuesday afternoon six high school to make possible the beginning pf
for track meet. After we have prac- pupils contested to see who should l be THE: WORLD wok: on a greatly needed new building

ticed for several weeks, we are goingto the lucky gill to go to Tallahassee to This world is such a funny place, : for the campus, a dormitory for s
have an inter-class meet. Then compete in the State Declamation Just a lump of gravity floating in men. A belief was expressed that a
,Ira after that day the two track teams Contest. Each contestant delivered space, practical plan to this end h3,1 I been

will be chosen. The girls' team will her I speech very creditably, showing And it is inhabited l by many men, too, devised.A !. ,
lea be sent to Tallahassee, and the boys' much training and work. The Sophomores Who sometimes feel jolly and sometimes plan in question is i to make avail
team to Gainesville. These two are very glad to announce that blue. able as soon at possible, by the end
T teams are going to need some strong, I the winner of this contest is one of Then there is wind, and water, and of the present month if it con hi r
sdnlri keen, competition, so everybody come their number-Miss Eleanor Rosen. food, done the sum of $400,001)( ) which is toIle I HAVE PURCHASED

out. At first we are going to prac- And live things, too, both bad and underwritten by members of the :
1eozei tice Just once a week: on Thursday; TUB SUCCESS] : FAMILYThe good, board of trustees and others throughout : .

the place, the football field; the time, father of success is work. Yet no two things are e'er alike- Florida. It was announced thatthree
ne Just after school. Come on, ('vprybody The mother of success is ambition. What causes day, und what causesnight members! of the board would) ,
and make the track meet underwrite $150,000() of this al-o'nt' if
a success Some of ?
the
boys ,
0poi' That's a challenge, high enthusiasm, co-opeiation.are perneivance I The .seasons, too, are a puzzle game, twenty other friends of the "lIere the entire stock and good will of the grocery store !
school!! The oldest daughter is character. No one knows from whence they would each underwrite $10,000. With ,
L Some of the sisters!! cheerful- came this amount assured the work of constructing of T. R.
are Bennett
A chicken pilau is to be given in a the dormitory for and will continue to conduct
ness, loyalty.! courtesy, care, economy And so on, and so on until the end, nun may a
few weeks by the athletic association I, sincerity, harmony. From whence do we come and wheredo be undertaken.Bishop i
in order to raise money to send the The baby is opportunity.. we end ? W. W. Amsworth! of Ma-
two track teams to Gainesville and I I Get acquainted with the "old man" -Athalia Guffin.SPLATTER" con, came to Florida to confer with
to Tallahassee. At this pilau there the members of the board of trustees '
will be able HIGH CLASS
J land you to get alongpietty GROCERY
STORE
are to be few behalf of and to
most
a speeches in well with the lest of the family. delayer a inspiring address -
athletics and the school, after which f .-London Opinion. Calories ale measured by yard not only to the trustees, facul- I
"ie football and l basketball letters I I sticks. ty and students of the college/ but also -

re to be awarded. Watch for the Bright Son "Father, I passed Science is a sympathetic investigation. to ninny staunch friends an'l 1 pat-
announcement of this pilau and everyone Caesar today." ions of the school who were prejfnt. at the same place.

come and have a general good I Father (reading newspaper)-"Did Saturday was the faithful servantof Bishop Ainswoith impressed upon the
time. ,the speak?" Robinson Crusoe. minds of all who heard him!! the fact _
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elllCc:ness as n good, then, \> hen pt- Christian. view of life. With the Florida is its young men nnI I YOUR PATRONAGE
m I PULPIT SUGGESTIONS '/ tinned I, often develops evils grate| as Christian evening and the morning: young/ women who are waiting to be WILL BE APPRECIATED i

orm I I.I'! rrent u-. those which it J piopjse'l I to constitute day. This life is the vesti educated and to be mculdeJ into iL
cure, and they say: What is the advantage bule1 to immortality, it is the time of Similitude with Christ.
re 1 From Rev. Ayres' Sunday Sermon, of caring for any project ofbettering shadows, of rain, of trial; the tim Southern college was representedat L
3cxl St. John's Episcopal Church. mankind? All are blunders. when we must walk by the starlightof the interesting exercises dealing B. B. ADAMS
Let us live for ourselves 'an/i faith because the sun himself is with the Methodist Centenary, which !
ten: :5-uAnd The Evening and the laugh at the enthusiasts] We wrnelt withdrawn;, the time drenching were conducted Friday evening in

Morning Were the First Day. and drink, for tomorrow we may dews, and many an ache and chill to Jacksonville, to which center 'repre

ttf, How different in their mode* o'f'recki'oninsf ',' die!..- V"; ,'!..;.. -'f\,\ ," -, ,' "' rhh ) are God and man, or rather, "'I'have"'seen'an; account: of life'' In ing in -the darkness, and of nothing leges of Georgia went for this pur-

how different are the inspired and the ,New Caledonia by one of the banish- seen distinctly but only guessed at; pose. A feature of the pageant con-
P.i profane modes of counting! {''j communards, of 1871. The soil i is it is a time! to call forth patience, and dot ei in connection with the meeting I I- -. - .
Man's day begins with morning and too thin there for cultivation. There ...tLa fastness, a time of self-restraint) was the representation by students of : 1I44504444p44pOppq :'

11Ja ends with the set of the sun and the was nothing for the convicts to do. find self-denial, but above all, a tine Southern College of an interpretation
creeping on of shadows; it begins; Visits of vessels were rare to that of hope, of earnest looking forwardtill of the peal of the college. The students - '
with the spring of light and vigour lone Isle, and news did not often the day breaks and the shadows who tock part in the feature HOOOHH coi And hope, and ends with the decay of roach from home They had nothing flee away.It were mainly members of the choral '
light, exhaustion and disappointment to occupy their minds in the present, is to the Christian not a periodof class of the department of voice, who :
God's day begins with dark- land l no gleam of hope for the future decline, but of advance--of spiritual appealed under the supervision of ,
ness and draws towards light, begins lightened their dark existence. Herd- growth whilst the outward man Professor Louis Alberta, of that de- MILAR'S SYTS
i with gloom and ends in glory. Out ed together without interest or expectations awakening on His spiritual faculties, partment, and of Miss Caroline : STORE :
0 of weariness and despondency lie they became gloomy pess- which look for their full satisfaction Boardwell, of the department of ex .

r leads man to strength and joy. I, musts. Their greatest happiness was not here, but elsewhere, not now, but pression. : "
The Christian sees progress, not to be alone. A quotation regarding hereafter. He looks forward, notback.
r them Nays, "When rainy weather The nation's lumber shipment in : ,
Instead of
decadence, marked on the page of sinking ipto sad recollections ,
history, he beholds man advancing forced them to remain under the insufficient of forever departed youth 1920 was about 2,070,000 carloads .
b by slow degrees towards perfection.In shelter of their huts, they and pleasures that can no more be and the 'average haul for each carload "
one place a great stride forward is sat with their arms folded and their tasted!! he presses with eager hope to 485 mil s. According to the best estimate
1 1c made, then may come a backward heads on their chests, trying to evoke the life in which he will really live in of the forest service, United The place to buy, at prices to suit We
1I step; but still the whole body has ad- images j of bygone scenes in France. the plentitude of his powers and States department of commerce, the your purse. ,.
vanced. The Christian is no pessimist -(I I The man who broke the silence taste of joys that fade not away. freight bill on lumber for that year have a large stock to select from.
I ; he is an optimist, ever hopeful ) brought on himself a stream of abuse. was $275,000,000. A fraction of this
and confidant, and cheerful. He looks 'His interruptions produced the effect DECIDE YOURSELFThe sum, says the forest service, wisely Special Prices on Aluminum Ware and Toilet
back and sees the human race strug- which is experienced when one is invested each year in forest protection We Soaps.
gUng onwards, overcoming one, and' awakened out of a pleasant dream to I and rehabilitation would grow have Palm Olive, Colgates] Kirks, and other
c then another obstacle, and pressing I unpleasant reality. Not everyone Opportunity Is Here, Backed By I timber where it is needed, reduce the good brands to select from. .
forward, with sure insistence towards who wished was able to command Kissimmee Testimony I nation's freight bill, cheapen lumber,
To him the golden I happy remembrances of the past. -- I and release vast amounts of railroad ALL
perfection. age I, Don't take word for it.Don't lOc SOAPS for 25c. '"
lies, not in the past, but in the future. Many had become enfeebled and our ,equipment and labor for unavoidable
wanted coaxing and to depend on u stranger's state1 1 Coal] and iron begrown .
t He looks back to the age of rudeness goading oper- transport. can not 4..J \
:, ate. When it was stimulated intoworking ment. but timber
and notes the stages by which man I I can.
Read
Kissimmee endorsement.
order it was flickering and --
has advanced; he knows that the race \
E has not yet attained, but is strivingto uncertain One fine season the pro- Read the statements of Kissimmee

attain, that high level where it will scrips attempted to found circles, I citizens. S .
; where they were to meet and recount And decide for yourself.
be in perpetual sunshine I [
J There is a heartless view of social episodes of interest in their lives and Here is one case of it. WILLIAM MILAR I
end political life very prevalent amusing anecdotes. But this was O. S. Thompson, painting contractor CjUSE
). among the cultured classes of the soon given up. When the story teller 224 Bermuda avenue, Kissimmee, :
present day. There are men who did not break down for want of mem- Bays: "The turpentine fumes in the 6 BROADWAY
boast that they stand above all poli- I ory he was discouraged by the inat- paints weakened my kidneys and .
tical parties because they despise rll tention of his brother exiles, who caused lame back. I was about down SANITARYDAIRYCO'S Ooo'oo.oooooooooo.oooo
.; political efforts for the advancement I I were brooding over their own misfortunate and out and when I tiled to climb a MILK & ICE CREAM oooooooo"'o.oooo".oo.oooc
und improvement of the natural life adventures ladder severe pains took me in the
they scorn all zeal for measures of These communards were men who small of my back and nearly took my
i social improvement because they : had broken with religion and who had breath away. My kidneys acted too ---- ,

deem humanity unworthy of the ef- :MO longer Christian hope to cheer and frequently and I had to get up at
, fi fort-why improvo those who do not i brace them up, or they could not hive night to pass the secretions which Tt y lM11R SENSIBLE SIGN MANUFACTORY
sunk into this burned in passage. I learned ofDoan's
i M appreciate it? These men are with- deplorable condition.
out earnestness because they lack This view of life was the heathen l Kidney Tills and after using ANY SHAPE ANY SIZE
hope for the future-they lack hope view-that the morning and the evening three boxes of )Dean's I was cured '
' because they lack faith. At one time, I / form its day. The morning of of the backache." Mika M ELECTRICALLY ILLUMINATEDC.
they will say, the greatest promiseswere vigor, hope, life, love, pleasure, end Price GOc, nt all dealers. Don't
t made if public education waspushed. ing in the crumbling away of health, simply' ask for a kidney remedy-get /
, Education was to regenerate the dissolution of the elements of Doan 1'1' Kidney Pills-the same that P. SHELDONBANQUETS
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the/ race and it has done nothing of happiness, the gradual eclipse of Mr. Thompson had. Foster-Milburn ATTENTION, I I I
the kind-it has promoted aversion ta: light, and then extinction in Co, Mfn., Buffalo, N. Y.
FATEHRSSanitary
manual labor rand instend of develop The morning and evening make heir
ing the mind of the masses has aimp- day. From early youth is only death At least two-thirds of the figs imported .,. ,
ly tended to further: demoralize them. to look to, and therefore the rosebud into the United States come ,
;; So it is with every 'proposed panaceafor"general must be gathered whilst they from Greece and according ,
, '" the to reports to the Unite States department .Dairy milk is
evil-it is pursued with cup of. pleasure must be emptieil
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I.. .' in haste before Daralvsis .ph. u,. of agriculture. In 1921 total the milk for your folks. AND DINNER

' ...,. tongue, the light must be revelled-in;: : imports of figs amounted to 38- It will benefit your baby.
,: li1 ;>- before the night comes which endeth 706,000 pounds, of which 74 per cent Your wife and children PARTIES I
\ rFF came from Greece and Turkey. t
all.This will like it and it will be ',
is not merely a sad, but It is a '
II" .An ugly cut ? demoralizing view of life, it encourages -. good for you. I
;' self indulgence to' the J
utmost
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.. while self indulgence II I possible: Life Alive! new management of the Graystone Hotel Dining Room of-
... MENTHOLATUM In its heyday ii a time for getting liver Uls corrected with fers unexcelled service for Banquets and Private Dinner Parties: "

Jk; Il8 auto Lb all that can be got out of it, for old a'RAIVITARYDAIRYcvur9l
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age will curtail the power of enjoy I good supply of the best foods obtainable,always ,on hand. I

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mbi7ed' City of Kl.lram rlorUai
tr.atm.ntn ; auch places", method I and County.In any.tns.with
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I I. Clre.M C- ITth'aidl.lal a-tdt. tb. punlsbmrnt** responsible of all and vlolat.raBD providing for I month of July, Auarust and September FOR THE FARMER F FOR I THE HOMEkv
0e*.l*' 0..17.. Irl.eld., .. Cbtt.e.ry. a* a closed ..a.o" .for eommsrolalsh. -' :
IT. .ENACTED. BY THE CITY .i iOOUNC1U 1 Ing In the _I. Ukes. Requiring. all,*
Orlando Mortgage Loan Company parties prior ,to the use of any fishing
a corporation. Section 1. It shall t* unlawful fob I equipment for COrnmerclal purpose to t
'YL any person to have maintain prevent the..ame to the Sheriff of C-,
Frank B. Lawton ,,-r1 J cause or permit within tn. corporate I Peels County, for Inspection. and a I I I
NOTICE! OF MASTER'S BALK. limit of City of Klsslmme any col permit to be obtained from such of ft.oer SEED.
Notice I. hereby given that under lection of standing or Cawing water. In I ;; and providing ,for the confiscationand I
and by virtue of a Anal decree of foreclosure ; -* which mosquito. breed or are likely destruction of all such fishing i
entered ., on the llth day of to breed, unless such collection of I equipment that may be. used in the -- WW7 Flower Seed*
February ItSI. In that certain eauee water la treated :so a* effectually to. lake without such license inspection e Garden Seed 4 U

lately pending In the Circuit Court, prevent .of.collect ons and permit first obtain!. Abe
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit, Osoeola 8 et'on' ot water In 1 copy of said proposed act may seen I Field Seed II
County, Florida, In Chancery, wherein Which mosquitoes breed or are likely at my Office In the State Bank Build T
Orlando Mortgage Loan Company, a to breed are those contained In ditches, I ins! Klsslramee, Florida. I ,
corporation I. and Frank ponds, pool., excavation, holes, depressions 11-n W. J. 8TEH3D.aja I -

B Lawton le defendant, I will on the open cesspools, privy vault, I
First Monday In April.. 1>II, It being fountain. cisterns. tanks shallow- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
the Second Day of the month and a legal well, barrels, trough (except horse DICED FERTILIZER .
ante day,. during the legal hour. trough In frequent use), urn., cans, ;
of sale offer for Bale and cell at the boxes, bottle, tubs, bucket), defective Notice I* Hereby Given That John
front door of the Osceola County Court house. roof gutters, tank. or flush closet A. Abberger purchaser of Tax Certificate That Good Fish Guano nz
/ Kleelrnmoe, Florida to eatlefy *, or other similar water container No. 1119 dated the trd day of
said decree, the following described Hectlon 1. The natural presence of June A. D. 11118. ha filed said certificate Goat Manure Hardwood Aches
real estate, situate, lying and being In mosquito larvae In standing or run In my office, and has made application
Osceola,, County. Florida to-wIt: Lots nlnv water shall be evidence that moa.qultoe for tax deed to Issue In accordance t Nitrate Soda
numbered Seventy-one, Seventy-two, are breeding there with law. Said certificate
Eighty-nine and Ninety of Section One, Section t. Collection of water In embrace the following described property
Township Twenty-six. Mange Thirty. which mosquitoes breed or are likely situated in Osceola County Florida .
according to the plat of the Seminole to breed shall be treated by such one to-wlt: '" -
Land and Investment Company' Incorporated or mora' of the following method a* Lot I Block "T". Patrick's Addition
Plat of Section One flied. In hall be approved by the health. officer to Klaslmmee City.
the office of the Clerk of tti. Circuit The said land being assessed. at the SPRAYSFenole
Court and recorded among the public (a) Screening with wire nettingof date of the Issuance of aald certificateIn
record. of Osceola County; also Lot at least IS meshesto the Inch the name of Mr. W. C. B.... Unless
Nine of Block "N" of the old town of each way. or any other material said certificate shall be redeemed Fenole Stock Dip
Narcooasee according to the correctedmap which will effectively prevent the according to law tax deed will Issue
of the a Jd town of Narcooanee Ingress or egress! of mosquitoes thereon oh the list day of March. A. Fly Spray Arsenate of Lead
filed In the office of the Clerk of the (b) Complete emptying every seven D. 19.3.
Court of Florida day of unscreened containers, J. L. OVERSTREET. Fungi Bordeaux
Circuit Oaceoln County, together with FLORENCE: ; : : PettoPvrox
on the 11th day of January A. D their thorough dry Clerk Circuit Court
ing .
or cleaning.c Ovceola Florida.
County,
ole 1SSO. County.situate,Florida.lying and being In Osce- ( ) Using a larvicide approved and By S. H. BULLOCK. V.) C. Flshoil Sulphur Lime .

applied under the direction of the (SEAL) JJ-Et
Term of aale cash Purchaser to I Ip.y
Blue Stone
Health Officer. Tobacco Dud
for deed.Dated .
I
OIL COOK STOVES
thl. 18th day of February (d) Covering completely the surface NOTICE TO CREDITORS
of the water with kerosene,

im. W. J. STEED petroleum or paraffin all once every I. C..rt .f the Centr "'..... Oaeeela -
'Hpeclal Master seven day Cevaty Stat ef Florida.In T Meals on Time
(e) Cleaning and keeping sufficiently -
DICKJNSON &
DICKINSON.
Solicitor for Complainant. IS-Bt free of veltetab.lro..th. re Estate of ,1 SPRAYERSevenly
and other obstructions, mid stocking Sarah A. Prevatt, Deceaaed The coob.baJceaandrouts

In the County Judxe's Court Oseeola mosquito destroying' fish To all Creditor, Legatees. Distributees
County. Florida In Probate In the it) Killing or draining to the satisfaction and all Person having Claim or and thoroughly. No ashes,no Let Us Demonstrate the Best

matter of the estate of Henry W. Corldeceaaed of the health officer Demand against said Estate: smoke, no troublesome damper :
Citation. THE I STATE OK (II) Proper disposal by removal or You, and each of you. are hereby notified Sprayer and Duater Madeh .
FLORIDA TO: Nellie (>. Curl Charles. destruction of tin can., tin boxes and required to present any Let us show you what an intensely ,
O. Corl Edward: Hot-bold. Nor M. See- broken or empty bottle, and similar claim and demands which you or
; ; hot blue flame its poweiful burners
bold Calhoon Seebold: Catherine See- article likely to hold water. either of you. may have against the ea- *
:
bold (Rentleyt! Cordelia Seebolil: Annie Section 6. In caaa the person responsible tate of Sarah A. Prevatt. deceased late give. Handy levers control the heat -
P. Johnson; Frank ('01'1' ; O. M McCauley for the condition of premise on of Oaoeola County. Florida. to the undersigned
which mosquitoes breed or are likely Executor of said .estate in 1
Frank McCauley Anna Mc-
; ; to breed fall or refuse to take ghtiaytheXglasabull'cyeo ttheWfl3tank. ALSO
Cauley Offell ; Charles F. Bcarbough.! ; necessary within two year from date hereof si
measures to prevent their Dated January J4th A. D. 181SQ .
Laura Shlssler Ilelle Oussford. Verda
Charlaworth: Ida: Uesford, Iden Scar breeding within three day after no- F. KRIBB8 The baker's arch of the Florence .

bough fall, and, Helen all other Hcarbough.! persons Alice Interested Weat; the tice health In writing officer has or within such him longer by- 7-8 t Executor.' More HeatLess l Portable> Oven assures even baking Garden Tools

HEREBY cited and admenlahed time after such notice a* may be NOTICE OF ftPKCIAL LEGISLATIONNotice and weD-Drowned
YOU'AnF. tempting pastries, and CultivatorsMAKINSON'S 4
apectfled In the notice, the, aid personresponsible
Albert :
that Dlefendorf. executor Care
of the above estate, ha* filed a shall be deemed guilty ofviolation Is hereby driven that we will roasts. ,
e' take charge of Lota II and a of this ordinance, and for apply at the next session of the StateLegislature.
: 13nC each day after the expiration of threedays
I ; North half of Lot 10 oflilock from convening In April 1921.
of 0. the day on which such notice for a law authorising the City of KUslmmee -
1* of the Town Mt (Cloud
the I. given him or for each day after to Issue bonds, for the -
ceola County. Florida according to of purposes
the
expiration the time In
specified .
and In said aa mentioned In Section 1901O..n..r.1
recorded plat thereof petition -
the notice, as the case may be, that theperson BIG HARDWARENEAR
also asks for authority to aril falls Statute, to an amount not exceeding -
responsible or refuses to
In order fifteen cent of the assessed
and dispose of same to carry take per 1
such measures, the said
person value of all real and
terms of the Will and effecta personal property -
uJI.rb I of the aseet..f Mid es reponnlblshall be deemed guilty ofa within the City of Kissimmee. A
ARE COMMANDED to separate violation of this ordinance, copy of said proposed law can be seen
tate. YOU .polrn -
and In THE
each such failure refusal of DEPOT
or
PHONE
123
pear the above coutt on the llth at the office of Messrs Krlbbs &
the
day April' A. 1>. KZS. and show llcer I person la authorised responsible to take the health of- Steed City Attorneys
cause If any you have, why aald petl necessary A. H. O1LHERT. d
tlon should not be grantedWITNESS steps to prevent the breeding of mna- J. M HANSELJ.. Mayor Pro TemPresident .
and all
qultoa coats Incurred
necessary -
Judgeand Pro Tem of Clt y Council.
my name an County
b the health
> officer for that purpose -
seal of the above court thl 13fttOITHKHN
the on *
the let day of March A. D. 1'1S. shall he barged against the person .+ . .. .. + o' . . .4 .
responsible.
( of County T. L. COMER tTILITIKH COMPANY + <0
.
deal Section 6 For' tin' J puipoae of thin
Court) County Judge ordinance the for
person responsible THE WATCHER
JOHNSTON lit OARRETT.Attorne the condition of any .premises la the Notice Is hereby given that the annual o o
)'. for Kxecutor 1251JI"ITFII' person using or occupying the same; meeting of the stockholders of 11111' Yak

.SAL.23 or. In rae no person I I. using or occupying SOUTHERN UTILITIES _
the premises. the person who by will be held at the ofnrn of the Com
law Is entitled to the Immediate pany. Kissimmee. Oaceola County Florida '-
Under and by virtue of a decree of of the same. or. Ill c... possession thepremtaes on Tuesday. March Z7th. 1821 at The Ileptad
foreclosure and sale rendered and entered are used or occupied by two IS o'clock noon for the election of directors When the word) "heptad": bega'to
on July ISth. 191Z. by the lion. for the ensuing and for
or more tenants of a common landlord year trickle through the newspaper columns -
Charles O. Andrews Judge of the Circuit The
the transaction of any and all business
or from grounds appurtenant 0 key
<> a be
it at first thought to
for Osceola Count was !
,, Court In and } house occupied by two or more tenants that may come before the meeting
Florida In Chancery In a certs In of a common landlord then the New York, N Y.. February ZS. 19:3 high-brow for hop-toad. Later the
cauae In said Court pending whereinJobn landlord ; each tenant however la responsible T. W MOFFAT. idea obtained that it was the name ,
Wilson Edwin ItN'lleon and U for the part of the premiseswhich It-It Secretary of of a radio outfit but to success in making nice fluffy, uniform
A. Lemmon, aa Executors of the lAst some part
will and testament of Thomas* Wilson the other he occupies tenants: to Provided.the exclusion That. of Inc when an up to date dictionary was biscuits and pastry Is' p pBrew' pi

deceased, were complainants, and Ar- found to be the most. i
... the premises are occupied b>' thetenant consulted it was
thur E.Cattle Donegan.Company Pat Johnston Qua Noyeand Klsslmmee under a yearly or monthly tenancy harmless thing: in the world, "the
or under a lease for not morethan '
William 8 Potter wer.defendantsthe sum or number, or group of seven;;
under lease
a or whereby
year
undersigned will offer fer ..1.. and sell the. lessor I I. exprely any or Implledly I so nobody need fear the biggest hep- D

to In the front highest of the and Court beat House bidder for door cash.In obligated! to- keep the premises In repair . tad in captivity even on a dark night. ,
and the collection of standingor is useful to thoso who is the
Klaslmmee. Florida, between the legal Bowing water In which mosquitoesbreed I.. It extremely
-
hour of sate on the Xnd day of April I or are likely to breed I* owing to want to usg. an innocuous cuss word. Best rand
til.. the following described real cstale ; the disrepair of the building or buildings *
situate In aald O.eeol.'ulllnty. or to any natural quality of the The Morons

Florida to.wit I It premise., or to any condition that ex.isted Another word that is of recent origin Cheapest .
All of Section eighteen ( ), twenty
at the time when the tenant .
entered
(III). twenty-two (II). twenty-eight Into possession or to thins ( and now appears frequently is .
(It) and thirty (10);. all of sectionthirtytwo don.. on the. pr.ml.e."y the any landlord "moron." It ia a term used to indicate Food. ,

(II) extent. the 'Northwestquarter during the existence of the tenancyor who are victims of ar-
people
of the .. quarter of lease then in such case, the land It Is good flour, and good leavening, prop.
rested mental development. They are
section
section and all of
aid thirty-
; lord I I. the
Provided -
responsible.
person erly proportioned and evenly mixed. It
four (14).-all being In Township II further; that any person who has born apparently normal and proceed

South. Range II East. caused to exist, on any premises of much as other children until they takes the uncertainty out of baking. Grocers ,
JOHN 8 CADET
11-tt Special Master In Chancery. which he I I. not the owner landlord reach the age from twelve to sixteen sell I itBUSH 4
occupant tenant collection of
or any
water In which mosquitoes breed or yean and then their minds stagnate

Florida In Seventeenth Circuit Court Judicial\of Osceola Circuit Count of are' likely to breed I* responsible as est Cold? and they remain even to old age with- MILLING CO. Seymour, lad."THE ., { !

Bill well a* the owner landlord tenant or out any further mental improvement.
In Chancery- to Quiet TitleJ.
D. Chunn, Complainant v*. W. O occupant Section! 7.a* the For case the may purpose be. of enforcing try this method There are many morons, prominent ...........O..O .. ......... ...... ........

Wick and Myrtle HVlcks.: Defendants the provisions of thl. ordinance among, them being Bolshevists read 'r- __

Order by sworn of Publication Bill of Complaintthat It appearing sub-ordlnate, the health, may officer at all or his reanoirkble lawful That chest cold can be hogs,eat hogs, speed bugs jazz fans

the defendants. W O Wicks and and flappers.
Myrtle ft. Wicks are citizens of State times enter his In and upon any premiseswithin broken up-no matter how

other than the State of Florida Jowl Section (.Jurisdiction Any person found guiltyof stubborn and deep-seated it Kitwimmee An Viewed from the GHOSTS OF HILO"Hawaiian
!. the State of New York but that
a violation of this ordinance, aa described North"Upon
their address I I. unknown and that
In section. R
hereof shall bepunished
they are over the age of twenty-one of Apply Sloan's Liniment the map I see
by a fine not leas than one Operetta
year These are therefore to command dollar' Jtl and not more than twentyfive A town namcxl Ki .immee.
to and neck
you. the said W. U Wicks and dollars (US). tonight

-the yrtl.said S.Rill Wicks of Complaint to be and on appear Monday to. ill Section. 9. This ordinance hall be Its tingling, glowingwarmth There ,must be lots of glee FRIDAY, MARCH 23, CASINO THEATRE
full force and effective and after
the 0lh day of April. A. L>. 1123 or the thirtieth day from on the day on goes to the root of : Down there in Kissimmee.

Decree Pro-Confeaao default will Done be and enteredagainst which It Is approved. trouble. I t breaks up the con. Beautiful Scenic Effects, Exceptional .
you by ordered Read a first time In .session Next I'll missing be
open week. :
this the 1st day of March, A. D. gested inflamed condition.
and by unanimous consent (the Rulesbeing ; "
Voices Artistic Dances
Bound for Kissimmee.
.
ItSl J U OVBR8THEET.Pledger waived Relief ,
) waa placed upon Its Snd quickly follows.
A .
Davis ClerkClroultCourt.Solicitors Louisville Courier-Journal.
for Complainant: 11-tt reading! passed and final this passage 6th day and of March unanimously -, Get a bottle of Sloan's to Prices : Adults 50cChUdren; 35cReserved; Seats 75c i
or Official 1 Seal
(Copy )
A. 1>. 19IS
day. All druggists it. First
Spurn
carry
J. M HANSKLU Tickets Sale at the Tress Store.
" NOTICE TO CREDITORS President pro tem. of Council. Its effectiveness will surpriseyou. All right come on, and see all things on

la Cesirt .. t... CO-IB17 ......... Oeeeela Attest. : booming,
.
J R. Ohl ilERT. Clerk The are waving poinsettias.
Cady. Btafe .. Florida.In palms ,
Approved this Ind day ntt.f..rcb. 121 stuffy '
UalmcntkirispatnfFor blooming .
(SUAL' ) A. 8 OlMtKRT I
re Estate or IS Ct Mayor Pro Tern rh' min.tt-m.braise.strains .t colds The pines and fruit trees each tell
Byron A Patten. Deceased -
To all Creditors, Legatees. Distributees their story
and all Persona having Claims or NOTICE OF APPLICATION G'7rSla And everything is hunkedory;

Demand. against said Estate: And we'll even let you dance the
You and each of you. are hereby notified In the County Judges Court. Oaceola 4
and required to any County State' of Florida In Re Estate shimmy
claims and demands present or of Johnnie Roberta Uronson. a When you come to visit in Kissimmee.

either of you, against the Minor: Second Spasm
estate of o.ma1.f. .. deceaaed.late Notice Is hereby !given'' to all\ whom 0 who are living in cold intense i
of Osceola County Florida, to the It may concern that I. Mary D. Bron- you
undersigned Executrix of said estate. lion, p. Guardian of Johnnie Roberta Where snowbanks cover the top of CITY TAXES

within two years from the date hereof Kronson.. minor will on the 9th day the fence
Dated Jan. 29th A. D. 11113. of April A. T>. 11I21. apply to the Honorable Arise, comb the snowflakes out of J
ETHEL, F. AMES T. L. Comer, Judge of the County -
l-9t Executrix Judge:, Court In Klaslmmee. In said STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTEIs your hair i
County at Ten O'clock A. M. or as And ev'rything else that is hiding
NOTICE TO CREDITORS soon thereafter .. the matter can be there
meornlaftd the ;
M guaranteed exterminator
heard, for authority to ....1.t\ private for Cockroach-*.Waterbap8.. KB* and And come to this country well knownto i
!. reert of the r....,. Judge. Oseeela1tewnty. sale the undivided one-sixth Interestof X1ee.

State ef Flrt.. Johnnie Roberta Bronaon. a mInor. IV>a1-rat4tom trying; to kill 4hm> pest fame : Notice is that the Tax Books
In re Estate of In the following described real estateIn with .Kparlnmtalpreparation Where Ponce de Leon once left his I hereby given
said County towlf powders liquid o* any:
JAMES D. FISHER PMCHA8BDTo *. name
All of Block 14 of Robert n...' ;
all Creditor.. Legatees, Distributee
and all Peraon having Claim or Addition to the Town of KlsslmmerClty toady forUs>.Hitt_ than Trap Where the mocking bird's music fills for the City of Kissimmee will Close Saturday
Demand against said Estate being a part of the NEST ..... tez.sse: HUM. box. tiJ the air ,
You and ou, are hereby no- of the NWU of Section 21. Township OLD'sTV.tllYWH.niB And sunshine and moonshine every ,
tilled and required to present any XC. South of Rang S* East r'
claims and demands which you or ALSO: All of Block I of B. H. where. March 31. A penalty of 5 per cent will be added .
either of you may have against the Butler' Addition to the Town of Get a ticket one way, sure at youcome
estate of Jam "D. J"lahr. deceased J<1..lmme. City except beginningat
late of Klsslmmee ,Osceola County, the NE Corner of said Block 'i. ticket
GoodWALLPAPER You'll never want a return to all taxes not 'paid by that date.
Florida, to the undersigned Executor run West IM feat. South 100 feet
of said estate, within two years from East 100 feet and North 10 feet* home.
the date hereof. to the place of beginning.
Dated :reb. 'th, A U&.M, AI8OThat part of Orange Fox farming in Alaska utilizes ms
.fAMES S. Street lying Bait of toe A. C. I. tonal from salmon canneries that

I..t. ? Bxecutor.MOTICK Railway which said street was is Economical would' otherwise be waste accordingto W
closed br resolution of City Council
'
Ala' *P :CIAI> LBOISTATIOFT..TOU of KUslmmee on llth of April. tw M......'ab'J.y6r.I the biological United

ARH HEREBY given that Which 111 application will 'DO based upon Alfred Pe.U-prize"Wall P.-f heads state. and department tails of of salmon_agriculture.of which The J. R. GILBERT :

I: wilt at the next, .aTon of the Legislature the Petition. for sale now on nl. In aid) W .a w ..... assay ....I W-J p| the flesh is canned, are fed to blue ; ..
of the State of Florid apply for Co-irt. Irrw. 1 e.r are.ah M ...-whirl wI .
the paaaage of R law prohibiting hog Dated this 'th day of March A. D. Mara Iar way RaLLY ......rest foxes and is much relished by them. .. ,.
from running at large In OooeOla Cou.- 2132. Much of this food Is salted for pre

ty, .'provldlag for Impouadln ef aaldbecW KRIBBH A.STEED.MART BROWSOrT.Guardian.Solicitors . ,erratlon and some of it is smoked "
and vale thereof and making PJerce -& Kenton Many fox farmers believe that the .
lbIe for for Guardian IS-lt : City Clerk and Tax Collector
'ow..R of said hogs ree-MU> any ,
foxes .prefer the raw fish ,afUrLth4 '" m'
atlarger .tie' a
'damage claes.drby hoajk mnalng F1JORIDA ? ,
;
A copy of said. proposed law NOTICEI OV SrgQIAi. LEGISLATION I: mmi, r.. salt has been taken out of it by soak- .- .w .c-. 1,

can, be seen at mr: office In the Bank 010e0.o14 given in-r.' JThe farmingindustry which I .,. t ..1 d. 4. tt't. p. .1 w, fr v Y4
la that
I will
,, Notice hereby
C usty uIl4"a. KI..tmme"t : 'the biological
.
fostered
Florida. PAT JOHN8TON-, apply at the next *_lon of tM Btat. is be&r by

I t" IIth' Leglslatur convening, to ,April. 11*. .- ... surrey,, is thriving along the coast.- .y .'. JI' ,, .

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: MISS KRIT3 I Woman's Club Notes LEGION WILL PUT .
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tt' r Miss Frances Kritz, who is visiting I MIIS' I'M'- STAMKT I :Mra: Htitha' Tyson, wife of Seth Presbyterian Church
, Miss AmeBa Bourne in Georgetown, I 'lub' Kepui" -, I Tyson! died last Friday, the nnniol-,
,. South Carolina, was the honor Client I cute cause! being cancer for which !she ON A WEEKLY SHOW -- WISH Aiiii'8)ITII: '
e: at a delightful dancing; party given had been taken to Tampa and Orlan- Rev. W. 11. Dresch, D. D., Pastor I .

i 3. t Monday by Miss Bourne. There wn an unusually interesting do hospitals and the best medical aid PRESERVING EGGS FOR HOME
, meeting of the Woman's: Club held at obtainable secured. Wednesday Nights Will Be 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. Prof.D. USE
E. MICHIGAN VISITORS the Chapter House Tuesday after- .
Mrs. Tyson was born in Osceola I B. Shaver, superintendent
J' ENTERTAINED noon. A full report was made by the county, near Kissimmee, twentyeightyears American Legion NightsAt 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship. Why preHne.-During the sprint
t The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I chairmen of the several department! ago, and received her educationin Casino Theatre Sermon by the pastor. and early summer, when eggs art
II. Tucker was the scene of a very pleasant The two most important things accomplished the Kissimmee public school! She 6:30:: p. m Christian Endeavor abundant and reasonable in pnc, at
f" gathering on Saturday evening I vas that the club wenton was married to Seth Tyson on February meeting. tention should be given to preserving
! given in honor of Mrs. Tucker's nephW record as pledging itself to aid first of last year, and the couple William T. Makinson Post No. 10 7:30:: p. m.-Evening Worship. Ser them for winter use. Fresh eggs
ew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank the anti-mosquito fight to be inaugurated have resided at 722 Vine street, where of the American Legion has made up mon by the pastor. properly preserved may be kept lot
h Austin, of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. I here and endorsed the idea of she had kept a beautiful and well ordered its collective mind that it needs n Music by the orchestra. \ to 12 months in excellent condition
I Austin are guests at the Tucker home having two grammar schools-one in house. She was a member of club house.! It needs funds> for other 7:30:: p. m.-Wednes ay. Prayerand and used with good results.
I during the week. the northern part and one in the the First Baptist church of Kissitn- purposes too. At Wednesday night'smeeting Bible study. A good method and eo t.-A good

;. DINNER PARTY AT southern part of Kissimmee-and the mee, in which she was an ardent the amusement features were 7-30: p. m.-Thursday. Choir prac method for the preservation+ of effi
corresponding secretary was instructed dispensed l with and a full-every-mm-
worker. tice. is
by the of sodium silicate
use
r. TUCKER RESIDENCE to write the school board ute business held, which lasted or, ai
to that meeting
Funeral services held from Visitors will find cordial welcometo is
J' were a it commonly called, water glass
Mrs. J. Wade Tucker delightful
proved a effect. The meeting was then turned until eleven o'clock. The main discussion -
"1, hostess the Vine street home Sunday after- a home-like church. The present price of sodium tihcaU
to an informal din- over to the program committee and of course, was on the subjectof
at 3 o'clock, the! Rev. J. A. Sut
noon is about 30 cents
ner party at her beautiful suburban two vocal solos were delightfully;' rendered ton finances, and how to raise them. First Baptist Church per quart, and at
officiating. Pall bearers were: this
home. The price eggs may be preserved at
included Mm.
guests
by Mrs. Harold Smedal and The legionnaires are determined to
: Tucker's mother, Mrs. Judkins, and Miss Kathleen ;McConnell.! :Mrs. Wem- Sam Howard L. Lupfer Anderson, Jr., Jennings Prevutt, stand upon their own feet in money Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. a cost of approximately 2e per dotaa
D. McCallister,
It is not 'desirable
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tucker, Mr. and to use the water,
ple read an interesting paper on "An- Glen Rose and Fred Inter- matters. They want money, need it
Mrs. Frank Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- cient Rome Literature and Authors." Rose Harvey. badly fo.oood/ purposes, but they do 9:45: a. m:-Sunday School. Car glass solution a second time /
ment at Hill
.' f jamin, and Mrs. Rydell. Mesdames Morrison, Bullock and Mrs.was Tyson i is survived cemetery.her husband not want toCO out and ask: for it. son Farmer, superintendent. Classes Time to preaerve.-Eggs 'laid la '
Eastman, the hostesses of the after- father mother by They want to earn it and not bt:'g it. for all ages. Join the pastor's class April{ May, and early June have bc
; BAPTIST BUILDING and Mr. and
noon, served delicious refreshments.The Mrs. G. F. K. A number of methods of earning i it ] ] :00 a. m.-Sermon by the pas found to keep better than those UU;
Sessions
C.
CIRCLE ENTERTAINS a brother later
in the season. It is .
recommended
"
nvi c department of the Woman's were discussed. Several committeeswere tor. "The Uplifted Christ.
Sessions, and four sisters Mrs. C. F.
Mrs. N. C. Bryan and Mrs. J. M. Club, with Mrs. Ethel Starbird, Tyson and Mrs. I. C. Sallette, of appointed to investigate and l 6:30: p, m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional 1 therefore, that preserve
Johnston entertained the laid at this be
L Building las chairman, will meet at the Chapter Stewart; Mrs. P. P. Savage, of West I make definite reports upon the var- meeting. eggs season
Circle of the First Kind of
Baptist church at ]House on Monday afternoon at :3 Palm Beach, and Mrs. D. II. Sallette) ious suggestions. One decision wasleached 7:30: p. m.Sermon by the pastor"The ergs to preserve. Very ;
the home of Mrs. Johnson, on !Monday 'I I' o'clock. Mrs. Starbird has in mind of Crocked Lake. I which bids fair to not only Intermediate Stage;" "Where careful attention should be given to "
afternoon.No I several plans which will work for the furnish some funds but to provide Are The Dead From Death To Resur- the condition of eggs preserved. If j)
special program was carried good of the community and she urges CARD OF THANKS); quite a bit of amusement. They railed\ 1 faction ?" satisfactory results are to be obt Ued -1}
out some engaging in fancy work. 'all members to be there. Manager/: C. C. Jordan of the Casino 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer the eggs should be fresh and v;
After a pleasant social hour, delicious I The fine arts department will meet Words cannot express our deep appreciation theatre into conference and the outcome meeting. clean. Eggs that float when place /,
f", refreshments consisting of sandwich at the Chapter House on Tuesday for all the kindness and was that Wednesday nights, Free scats and a welcome to in the solution are not fresh and, .
t, es, punch and home-made candles afternoon at 3 o'clock. This is one loving ministrations given us in these beginning April 4, American strangers as well as those who be therefore, can not be preserved. Wbe
were served. A generous collectionwas of the most interesting and entertaining days and nights of our darkest hours. Legion Nights" at the Casino. The long here. only slightly soiled, a cloth dampenedwith
Mrs taken.II. Those present were: departments of the club, and Mr*. For all these and the beautiful floral first few dates will be "Amateur A church of the Bible and for the vinegar can be used to remove1' '
S. Geiger, Mrs. Emma 11. W. Boice, the chairman, desires a 'offerings we thank our friend! Nights where amateur offeringswill people. such stains Under no circumstance
Reese Mrs.
L. R. Farmer, Mrs. J. A. full attendance. be in should badly soiled be used for
1 MRS. F. A. NAVE put on conjunction with eggs
", !, Sutton, Mrs.: C. J. _Bryan, Mrs. C. C. I preserving if
And Family. good moving/ pictures, with probably Methodist Church ; put into the Jar who i i
Chapman, Mrs. T. M. Kiveri, Mrs. is. the dirty they will spoil and!
for ,
I prizes best amateur performers. washing r-
WOODYARD %
S. Hall, Mrs. N. B. Carson Mr Emily MOVED
I CARD OF THANKSWe Any amateurs in this ,neck of moves a protective coating which > '
Ransome, Mrs. Conard, Mre.. Annie Rev. W. C.. Norton, Pastor :
; },.,. '. Cumbus of Dublin I have moved my woodyard ,from the woods who want to show' their I prevents spoiling: ,
,, Georgia; !Mrs i
desire to extend our sincere wares before the should Water-ilasa "Hh4 Ute .1 {
516 Brack street, to 121 Main street footlights quart .
M. E. Miss ,
Waring .-M. C. I 7:00
Bryan, thanks a. mUnion Sunrise of ,.
and Miss Elizabeth where I am still prepared to furnishmy to our many friends for the get into communication with Jim Miller Prayer sodium silicate to 9 quarts of water
Waring. customers with 120 veneer blocks kindness and sympathy shown "usduring chairman of the show committee, Meeting in Bungalow. that has been boiled and cooled. *.1'
Mothers Club and Wonon's: Club 15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch the illness and death of our or the other members of the committee 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school J. L. : Place the mixture in a 5-callon crock ,
,' are receiving much literature as to blocks, $2.95. Split for stove-wood beloved wife and daughter. also for M. B. Ayres, Hunter Dillard, and Overstreet, superintendent. or Jar. This will be sufficient to preserve --
the many beautiful floral offerings.Seth Allison French.Arrangements. 11:00: a. m.-Preaching by Dr. Lincoln 15 dozen and will
Conferences soon to be held in Saint guaranteed full strand; ];>.illch for eggs; serve
Petersburg and Clearwater. The $3.35; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your Tyson. were also made to McConnell. as a guide for the quantity needed to .'
C, State Audubon Society meets this 'winter's supply now. All delivered Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sessions. present a first class dramatic offering 6:30 p. m.-Senior League devotional preserve larger amounts of eggs.
week, the anti-mosquito conference 'Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12-tf I probably a play in three or fouacts r service. First, select a gallon crock and '.
-' next week and the state conference -- The following signs can be purchps- about the middle of April. Contracts I 7:30: p. m.-Preaching by Dr. Lin.I clean it thoroughly, after which it-
c of social workers the following week. Bundles of old for ed at The Gazette:: office for lOc each: are being closed with William I coin McConnell should be scalded and allowed to dry.
j Y. Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mrs. M. E. Tur- at the office of paper The Gazette are sale Rooms For Rent Furnished Rooms Tuplett, a producer of note, to direct! 7:30 p. Wednesday. Mid-week Second, heat a quantity of water .
f f\ ner, and !Mrs. J. M. Duncan, will attend Better get them while there is ; lOc. For Light/: Housekeeping; No Trespass this play, and l it U I lievo1 that members prayer service. to the boiling point and allow it to '
the conference of social workers. Call at a stock. : For Hire; No Smoking/ ; For of the Woman's Auxiliary of the 3:30: and 7:30: p.m.-Friday. Teacher
f A once; they'll never be cheaper Rent; For Sale. .1.1i American 'Levionand. other Kissim- trainer class.l cool.Third, when cool, measure out 9

--- -- -------- - .------.- .- - - I mee people, will i try out for places in j' tire.7-30: p. m.-Friday. Choir prac- quarts of water, place it In the crock, ,
: k.: { J the taut in older that the best ,possible iI i- and add, 1 quart of sodium silicate,
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; I( l legionnaires, have determined, to ...r.I".r Christian Church Fourth, the eggs should be placed

=== nothing/ except. plays of high dUI<" in the solution. Be very careful to ,
.'. -- === finished a< tmg! ; in order that 10::00) a. m.-Sunday I school C. E. allow at least 2 inches of the solution .!s
-- a Legion<< play is advertised the Yowell, superintendent. to cover the eggs.

i .- will know it will get its mon- I I 11-00: u. Comrrjunion serv'ces.! Fifth, place the crock containing ,
I ey's worth and then some.A I f 0:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. the preserved eggs In a cool, dry
; ; "lalson committee" was appointed 'Subject: "Factors For Making The place, well covered to prevent evap-
; E The to confer with other organization/ World Better; How Can We Help?" dtttied Waxed paper covered over
Child relative to various needs which dove- Leader: Rex Montgomery, around the top of the crock
i I'' 1 ; tail with some of the Legion's inten- 7:30: p. m.-Song se-vicc, talented will answer the purpose.
E: : : o The Bank With tions. With a desire to have the legionnaires lOiny't'rs. and Dixie Endeavor Day Lime ml'thocl.-When water glass '

a hundred percent behind Pageant, all conducted by the Christian Ca1unot be obtained, the followingmethod .
f I !f' the is not long in deciding for the big red every thing which i is for the good of Endeavor. may be used In its stead.
i :l == in ap- Kissimmee they want to see the proposed 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday, Prayer Many consider this method entirely
': t = pie preference to the small one. How === athletic field secured a com meeting.! Interesting and inspirational satisfactory, though instances are
Ability
long will it take you to decide the advan- munity center where large\ congregations / services. known where eggs so preserved. have .
= can be seated for public gatherings Visitors cordially invited.ST. tasted slightly of lime.

't AI'11 === and tages of saving your earnings by putting = a building for county agricultural JOHN'S Dissovle 2 to 3 pounds of unslaked
F them and home demonstration: exhib EPISCOPAL CHURCH lime in /5 gallons of water that has
== Willingness == its. They want a boat house for a previously been boiled and allowed to
=: fishing and canoe club. And therefore Rev. M. B. Ayres Rector. cool and
allow the stand
i I = IN THE BANK they appointed a committee to -- until mixture to
= to Serve sug- the lime settles
10:00: and the liquid ,
a.
definite m.-Sunday School.
=_= gest plans for procedure is clear.
; along their 11:00: a. m.Morning Prayer, and Place clean, fresh eggs in a ,
= own immediate lines! clean
Will you decide for comfort independence which would best lit in with and sermon by the rector. earthenware Jug or keg; and
,, assist pour the clear lime
, , DEPOSITS INSURED rest in old age or for fear of poverty, dependence This, committee the plans of consists other organizations.of Allison sermon 7:30: p.by m.the-rector.Evening Prayer, and vessel until: the eggs are water covered.into the At ,
T. I
=- toil and work in old age ? = French, chairman; W. J. Steed, II. M. 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. Litany, ( least cover 2 the inches of the solution should :
>= Prayers!!, and Address. top layer of
J; Katz, J. Nathan Bryan, and J. C. eggs.
Sometimes
s Buckets. a pound of salt is used

: 'j = YOU ARE THE! JUDGE Wednesday night's meeting wenton Christ' Church shown with the that lime in, but experience has the
general practice
{i $ record as favoring the organization (Pentecostal) lime without the salt If more satis
k" i i.
You must decide of a Woman's Auxiliary of the Corner Brack and Oak Streets factory.
can't be
t you neutral. American Legion and a committeewas -- Using
I.
J 'f; = e This Bank is in a position to give you best = with appointed eligible to take the matter up Thos. B. Buckalew, pastor.: eggs properly preserved preserved ergsFreeh by either clean of
women of the citylooking
" results. TRY US toward proper organization: there- 10:00: a. m.Sunday School. these methods, can be used satisfac-
of. Regular meeting'\ nights for the 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship. torily for all purposes in cooking and I
for the
4 -- local post were set for the first and Sermon by the pastor. table. When boiling preserved -
-- -- third Tuesdays of each month, with 7:00: p. m.--Young People's meet eggs/: a imall hole should be made
in
the
special i ing. shell with a pin at the large
meetings on all the alternate
Tuesday 7:30: p. m.-Song service. end before placing them In the water.
nights for the next month Praise
while so many plans are under and testimony. Sermon by the This is done to allow' the air in the

i. Bank Osceola per Annual year dues, and wero an effort designated will be as made way.$3 tor.Communion services first Sunday pas egg prevent to escape cracking when heated so as to

County i to get every exserviceman in the each month. Foreign Missionary of BOY SCOUTS PLAY '

I Ia city Letters to Join were the read local! from post. Mrs. S. B. fering ing each taken month.on second Sunday even AUGUSTINE ST.TOMORROW)> \,

1v' ==:II Aultman and Mrs. A. W. Bailey, ble 2:30:class p. m.Mrs.--Tuesday.C. Women's bi The Boy Scouts basketball team.;::fwill r .
Hours president and chairman of the tour ; B. tligdon in charge. tangle with from
9 A. M to, 3 P. M. = 7:30: the troop team
a p.
teay committee, .m.-Thursday. Saint '
== respectively, of tha prayer service. Weekly Augustine tomorrow fJ .'
y Kissimmee Woman's Club Scouts expense '
thanking -hav to meet the- f:
=
"Come .
the Legion for postponing its Tues "Pray, "Believe." a Saint Augustine, trip. and I it"le '

.1 day night'a meeting on account of The Gazette's hoped the people' of 'Klsdmmee will ;

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