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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 23, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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ALL OUT FOR THE SPECIAL McCONNELL CHARLES F. PREVAIL;
WILL
SERIES FOR'SUNDAY Y ENFORCE LAWS WIGGLERS CAUGHTIN NEW NIGHT POLICE BOY SCOUT FUND '


BASEBALL SEASON "A Happy Home''"."A"d How To Wreck AS HE' FINDS, THEMCity THE ACT: SHOT '
irWiU Be Dlseassed Three Times ; R. E. Malone Resigns Post Because ON THE INCREASEOsceola
Sunday' ,Of HI Health 'And Will Go Back ,
Methodist
Business Manager Elected At. Church To Former Company At Tampa
Manager Laid Cards Interesting Film Depicts
Dr. Lincoln McConnell, who has County's Quota and
And'Sam'Story Chosen been filling the Methodist church every On The Table But Called Tha Various Stages Of Charles marshal F. Prevatt was appointed Funds to Equip 'Ball'Team
night
Wednesday ,
Captain night this week with his eloquent br.City "I,
Temporary addresses ..For A New Deal' Pestiferous Skeeter Manager .Dooghten in the Needed Imfnediatcly
seriei
a special
lecture U. E. Malone, resigned.fir. -
of three -
Making plant for immediate atari of "The Serpents of Edenor on Sunday"A, entitled.. City !Manager B. B. Doughten madea Tho", of us who thought we knew Malone has served K'ssimmea It's to raise
the baseball season Wedneadanlght'. Home and How "Happy hit with the people. of Kisslmmee all there was to know about mosqui- in the capacity of night policeman the easy enough mone1'for
To/wf.cK" it. The Boy Scouts if if havathe
meeting of the Kissimmee Athletic who believe in ordinancesas toes fund since April first of last and has you
enforcing we had another year
first of the series will occur at the guess time to go and ask.for it. The
elected business '
Association a manager
they stand at Monday night'smeeting coming last Saturday 'afternoon at made many friends by his efficient
regular morning .service the second trouble is that the members of the
and appointed a temporary bate at 8 o'clock Sunday and of the Commission but the Ci.. 'ino) theatre when A. C. Newman work. Recently the night work\ baa troop committee for the Scouts and
ball manager or field captain to get the third at the regular afternoon evening serv showed a disposition to remedy injustice Sowed: a film U'wtratoig; the been troubling him and he Tuesday the women who are interest31 in financing ""
the candidates out for practice. SamL. ice. This series of lectures is which made an equal hit with various" stages from "going-to-be" to presented his resignation to the city them are loaded with (
Lupfer Jr., was elected business tauqua series which has a chau- those upon whom existing ordinances. "1.." Mr. Newman is assistant!! : elite' manageM! -. Dought asked him many other things they'can't ao
proved im. get
manager to assume the mantle of impose hardships. sancta*/ engineer for the Florida to remain until he could secure a sat. around. And '
mensely popular' wherever It has been one or two of them
Johnnie Schmidt, and instructed to< heard and has to- its credit untold J. D. Jones, owner of the Broadway state I.ard of health r.-d he s'lowtd "l-torxu"lcceMor.! : the .night marshal : have been ill this week.' That's the ,
proceed with getting a diamond and numbers of happy homes building formerly known as the intims'e .acquaintance with the In. agreeing to stay until,the first reason the, whole amount isn't raised
to report back at next Thua.day'smeeUne Bronson Building and W. G. Hankins sects as well as kno-.ll'c'ge of thou of tho! mirth if necessary but urging by now. In only one instance has
ai to the amount of money "Grouches and Their Cure" will be representing Saint Johns EpiscopalChurch history which indicated that he had his Immediate release_ _or'der.lhst one--refused contribute ,when, any-ask
needed this to finance the team the subject for tonight's meeting, or been he-might resume his former witha >-
year were each before the commission leaking up on them and finding job ed, no far as the records show But
prospect for raising the money and "Quit Your Grouching. This is a with the desire to build additions out all about theit- family tree. Tampa furniture: company. City. Mighty few have been asked .
i recommendations regarding' sate( of! fun lecture, highly amusing but with which seemingly were contrary nee a mighty Interesting: talk to Manager Doughten appointed CharlesF. There have been a number of voluntary -,
' season tickets and car spaces. many mighty good pointers. Dr. Mc- to existing ordinances governing the tv> hundred and fifty schoolchildren Prevatt on Wednesday and the new contributions- yesterday's

Selection of a permanent managerof Connell saidust night that the peo- structures inside the fire limits Mr. who'were there to greet him night! marshall took over his positionthat meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
the team was deferred until var- ple he'd met who live in Kissimmee Jones wanted to complete a garage and a large number of citizens -wh) 'night.Mrs Allison T. French chairman of 'i
ious people suggested could be com- don't ,need this lecture but' some and storeroom in the rear of his building are interested in the state-wide rr'os- Malone expressed himself aa the troop committee spoke briefly on '

municated with., some favoring the grouches might be coming through ,.and Mr. Hankins wanted to finda quito eradication: program.Mr. very much pleased with the cooperation the subject. Most of the people there
field captain and a non-playing manager the city and it'll hit them! Anyhow legal way to build a stucco Sunday Newman proved to be an interesting he hat> always had from Kitsimnice had already contributed but four men '
others prefering a player-man- It is ranked as one of the most amusing school room at the church. It was speaker and his t.lk was people and says he. hates to who hadn't, came up immediately .

ager. Sam Story, who has pilotedthe and "helpful of the lecturer's "re- found that present ordinances enforced very instructive! He talked uiHcr- leave but must get awa -.._from pighlvork. with a '"put me down for five" or a t
team in former successful sea- pertoire. to the letter prevent both the standaMe! language instead of using He asked that thet people of check. Five hundred dollars ought to Abe
sea agreed' to act as temporary field Thursday night was Masonic East- contemplated buildings .see planned.The acient.i captain to get the candidates out and era Star and Chamber of Commerce city manager had called the com- has no malaria or yellov f rer carry to then for their treatment: of him people who intend subscribing. To ,-.

inaugurate the limbering up process light[ those organisations attending mission together to discuss the question ing Prospects for another winning team in a body and occupying the main but did not attempt to "pass the the eo:>1mon variety. Some of the Mr. Prevatt was a former night don't wait to be asked. Just send .
look exceedingly bright many of last body of the church. They do say buck." points he brought out which are in- marshal under Mayor Steed having your check to Carson Farmer treasurer l

year's players being on the job andsome that there were, some Chamber of After outlining the situation he terestiiir to people who are cooperating served as deputy under his father and it will b. gratefully acknowledged. '
new material with a reputation Commerce members there who hadn'tbeen said "Gentlemen, my function is to in the campaign follow: former' Sheriff. F. Prevatt and on ." : 'it
in Kissim'mar : to church for a long time but that the Is idle account'' of his experience and wide to' .I '
.having taken up residence see existing ordinances are MMof"uito control no dream, Below is the subscription list t
i durini'the year. no one, was heard to wish he hadntCHAMBER enforced. I cannot allow .these he said "The results in the Panama acquaintance with the city should date. Won't you get your name 'on

A telegram warn read from J. B. gone r. buildings to be-constructed, as the or* Canal gone are well kown and herein prove valuable' officer.. that list before the publication In

Boas, manager' of the Palatka .baseball dinance on the subject is against you. Florida! i'errnd l Miami, Have next week's issue of The Gazette If d
association inquiring whether COMMERCE However I think the ordinance is unfair demonstrated what can be done. BIG BAND PLAY you tan give more than five well and
Kissimmee would favorably consider and should be repealed and a There are about thirty families of good itni be received. If
a semi-pro six team league to be composed -' more workable one passed. Until the mosquitoes in this state, only four' of ," you can't give joyfully .. will be as '

of Kissimmee. Leesburg Ocata, 'BACKS NEW SCHOOL ordinance now in force is repealed which are dangerous as disease car- NEXT WEDNESDAYGirl sincerely appreciated. Help the organization '-
Live Oak. Lake City, and Palatka.. there is nothing can be done for you." riers. The dengue fever carrier ( and help the local
The proposition was turned down for. Turning to the commissioners he said; breeds in containers furnished by They've made a good record: for K1.t t

this year inasmuch as the. organisa I Thursday's Meeting Resulted "If I am correctly advised it is per. man and seldom flies more than 300 Of The Flying X Will simmee Kissimmee ought to help
tion locally Is not yet sufficiently de- missable for me to recommend ordinances. yards, from its breeding places. If them. 7
veloped to finance such a series. In Committee To Recommend I therefore recommend to you you had dengue" fever you know it Be Presented At Casino The list of those who are already ;'A i

Pat Johnston, president of the Kis Best ProcedureThe gentlemen of the commission that the was probably given you by a mosquito For Benefit Of BandThe on the honor roll follows: ? i
simmee Athletic Association,. pre- I' building ordinance relating to the fire which bred in some tin can or
City Council __________.____$25 I
sented the proposed charter for adoption urgent need for more housing limits be repealed and another one other receptacle- aside from natural benefit performance of the celebrated W. G. Hankins .____.____._ 15 ?'

and incorporation, which, with facilities for the Kissimmee schools passed which will effectively serve the" p breeds olI. The yellow fever mosquito. four act western_ play entitled W. J. Steed ______._______. 6 I
minor changes, was adopted. Mr. came up for consideration needs of Kissimmee. In the case of Mr. also in man-made containers. "The Girl (f the Flying X," to -ha presented ._ .___.____- 5 ,
Johnston and the other officers, Iii. IX rhurtday's meeting of the Camber Jones his proposed building would Again, there is the malaria carrier; by Kissimmee home talent at Carson Farmer _.._.,.....- 5 a

Kate and J. Wade Tucker, vlce-presi- of Commerce. The subject has been really decrease the fire hazard, and breeding in woodland pools, in the the Casino theatre in Kissimmee. on Geo. W. Persons ...__...... 5

dents, A. T. French secretary, and liscussed befoie, bet when new bus- the church's building would be fire edge of the lakes and quiet streams Wednesday night March 28, bids, fair The Gazette ?.._,.....?_.. 6.TO. .
Sam L. Lupfer Jr., treasurer, were ness was called for J. E. Lupfer proof but not according to the specifications among the grasses where the little to bei a very unusual offe q.'>!Thf I II. S. Gelger....,.:...__*.. 6
instructed to proceed with wanl.d'some sort of action. lie urg- in the ordinance. This ordinance fish cannot get to the larvae. The play is a good one and every 4 f'off 4*1 'b;1 Merchants 'Farmers Bank. 5

ing the association, whose purpoettj >drav. : discussion in order that something he continued citing certain alt marah'mosquito is not a health being made to give it a productionthat J. W. Thompson ........... 8 i' #
to be fostering athletic teams, providing might be done to "start the ballrolling. sections of it, "was evidently baaed menace but ia very annoying. You do places it on a par with: the foremost S L. Lupfer __._._??._____ 6, ;
athletic fields and arranging ." upon an ordinance for larger cities not have it to contend with here in of professional productions. The Howard Hats6Makinson ; l

) athletic entertainment for K4 *immee President Howard Katz who is also where similar conditions do not ex Kissimmee. The common house variety players have been selected with great Hardware6 ''
.
and vicinity. president of the county board of ist. '' arries dengue. Only the fe- care and are'under the able directionof I Judge T. M.. Mnrphy-a't'; :: : 's-- '
The association will. meet next instruction, called attention to the Mayor-commissioner Gilbert and male of all the varieties does the bit- the noted character actor William' Prof."D. B.' Shaver__..._..._ ,5 1
Thursday night March 29. at the different views as to Just what new Commissioner Kate were both favor i'.g. >The yellow fever carrier fliesa Triplett. John L. Overstreet..; ...----, 5
Chamber.of. Commerce, to hear reports tidings are needed. lie said he had able to the proposed change.one callng mile and a half from its breeding The leading role, that of a big John S. Cadet ._I-..__,. 5' ,
from Manager Lupfer and to been that who attention to the necessity of not place, while the salt marsh Mosquito, reckless oughtert. '
told some persons hearted, more or less : cowpuncher B. B. _.. .._.. 6* e
transact such other business as maybe wanted north and south ward school passing an ordinance which might increase with the aid of the wind has been. has been entrusted to A. There'll be plenty of room for,YOUR \\I b !
necessary. louses had stated they would not vote fire hazard and the other known to go as far as forty' miles. Sheldon Button supported by Miss name next week. _- " ,", pp
for school bonds unless their particular specifying no changes which would "There are four stages In the life Lucy Lupfer as the heroine. "Zam

OSCEOLA CLUBS FOR plans were adopted. The unpopularity increase insurance rates. City Attorney of the mosquito, the egg stage the bra" a difficult"heavy," will be played P PARENT-TEACHERS "tTALK' :
of such an attitude on the Steed stated his belief that the larvae, the pupa, and the adult., The by Walter Griffin while the sherff '
.' PURE BRED POULTRY '
NEEDS
part .of any Kitsimmee citizen was present ordinance is unfair and su.... adult lays from 60 to 200' eggs whichin falls. to F. Byron Ames. Senorita SCHOOL .
"
the rested that in drawing the new ordinance i about 48 hours hatch into 'wig. Mexican nymph "
t easily seen as meeting progress Koema, a sprightly ,
>f rlse Money Won Tampa Fair To ed. Mr. Katz urged that the question the whole city should be placed glers.' All these wigglera' breath will be Interpreted by Miss Margaret .Overcrowded School ROOMS And The
:'Reds, ** Ultimate Expense To The be studied with a view of determining within the fire limits, with issuanceof I through a; tube in the tail and all Brunson.. The comedy character a I Need For N.w Buildings Dis. ',

;Individual Poultry Fancier Just what ,was the beat for Kis- a permit.. prerequisite to building. but the larvae of the malaria carrier hilarious, happy-go-lucky: stammer- I cussed. By SpeakersKissimme's 4V
\
The city attorneys were instructed to stay in the water head down, coming is in the handa '--, < ,
5 Money prizes which were won by immee. A motion was soon passed ng exponent of mirth I
take"up the question with the boardof to the surface for air. When oil is school rooms are' overcrowded
the county home demonstration department which provided for a committee of of Allison T. French, who Is assisting
confer with the fire underwriters and have a model put on the water it forms a film of the and the housing faeUitle.entlrel1' .
and the club boys and girls, three who should the band in the role one of original .
which their and for the ..
at the Tampa fair will be used to school board, the school trustees the ordinance for presentation at the prevents breathing cast who has removed from inadequate even piesent
April meeting of the Commission.Pat they die. The malaria wiggler floats needs, according to the unanimous
help stock the poultry clubs with county superintendent of schools,and. Kissimmee. Mr. and Mrs. Triplett ,
Johnston appeared before the in the water parallel with the sur opinion of a hundred and fifty parents "
the the schools "Mom.
to principal of city in( as "Pop and
according
thoroughbred birds a appear
commission with for information face. Th4 mosquitoes remain in the and teachers who attended the ;
Miss Albina order to be able to make definite recmmendations a soonest Beautiful 'special scenery has been
decision announced by
larvae stage from ten to thirty days meeting of the Parent Teachers Association
to for ,
demonstration for : which everyone could as contemplated plans provided for the production a splendid -
Smith," home agent
the depending on the weather the warmer last Friday' night at the high
is get behind. keeping dredge busy when the ,orchestra will supply the musical .
Osceola county The plan to apply '
Shaver" asked to present fill is completed. He stated it is the faster they reach the next all retreat schooL
Professor all
this to the purchase of the was setting, and in a rare ,
money and the birds which will be peak on the subject and gave some its desires to have some filling doneon stage. Then comes the pupa stage shell long to be remembered, is promised Howard M. Katz, president of the
settings
purchased by the club members thus data regarding crowded conditionsand his lake front property, and his in which the larva is in a little The play was to have been presented 'county board of education gave a few: ; ,

reducing the ultimate cost to all of need for more room. The enroll- willingness to pay a reasonable like case, which it inhabits for 48 at ;Hainea City last night under startling figures regarding the sit.
the members. ment this year in the city schools ,. amount for the work should the city hours hatching out into the full the:auspices of,the Woman's Club of uation as' It exists and pointed out

...ID&erNt.in the poultry clubs isgreatly 811. Unless some-provision is made be in a position to do it. The matter fledged mo qulto. This is the critical that city but owing to conflicting engagements 'he utter impossibility of taking careof
Increased. since the\ various next year it looks very much as if was discussed at some length and left ,.time in the life of the infant mosquito. for the auditorium there. the inevitable increase next year.

lain .f this While local clubstarfvery the city schools would have to have to the city manager to work out plan I He has to stand on this pupa- has. been postponed. It will be pre- Overflow rooms are in use this year +t
year.
like little until .his
nnsat's-! case. a boat, wings Aerodome and have been kept on a "wali
few entries in the poultry two .sessions which is most \ sented at the Loughman pupils of
dry. If the water is rough he falls
he said. list" because of inadequate prom
factory, tomorrow night ng
MiseUsB of the Tampa fair they pull-
off and is drowned. This _
accounts
determined The question of Thursday afternoon DYNAMITE CUTTING visions for seating them. According
.ed-dewn prices and are -
some
for the fact that the breedin '
mosquitoes !
for consideration. to the Southern Commission of Ac.
to have complete entries nextyear. losing came up SCOUT BASKETEERSTRIM ;
of the The I baseball) season is at hand and ,. stagnant and still water the adult credited High Schools no class room
.
In teals
.motorcade pursuance was conducted programa. by Miss it is difficult for the team to arrange COST OF DREDGING having an instinct which her not ST. AUGUSTINE should be made to accomodate more
to lay her eggs in moving or rough Three In
grades
Smith a few days ago to Longwood, II schedule until the date for Thursday -1 I than thirty pupils.
where Mrs. Neimeyer's Keystone afternoon closing hell been de- water. Boys From Saint Augustine Ditto the public schools of Kissimmee have

Poultry Yards and J. A. Bistline's ermlncd. The sentiment of the busi- I Experiments With Explo- Mr. Newman snowed, in the movIng To Kianlmmee In Truck Only To forty-eight pupils in them. and almost
overwhelmingly pictures the wiggler stage and aU too large for satisfactory ,a
visitedby ness men present was I : are
Silver were
Miss Wyandotte Smith, Mrs.pens M. V. Boyer, against closing the first of April sive Tend Tn Show In- the hatching stage where could plainly Be. Beaten_By A S6-10 Score training. h,

president' of the Osceola Poultry Association but the first of May seemed to meet creased Efficiency be seen the mosquito coming out Congressman W. J. Sears formerly
their Inasmuch the of the and balancing himself on KisBlmmee's red headed boy scant
and fifteen other women with approval. as pupa superintendent of public instruction 4
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The trip proved very instructive business manager of the baseball uf'e.noon and aga'n Mon- the "boat," without "rocking it." basketeers walloped the Saint Augustine for the Osceola county schools, and
F'idiy ,
and helpful to the poultry club mem- team is rxAv making arrangements Mr. Newman stated that 'after the troop's team something awful for a long time chairman of the congressional ",
bers especial interest being shown in for the season and would therefore da, fifty pound charges of dyna-nite state mosquito meet (which was held Saturday night. The Saints were a committee on educationat

the proper methods of feeding, and tome ill touch with the sentiment wore' "sho" at the water front in an Wednesday and Thursday of this good bunch of boys too, but Kisslm- Washington told some very inter- ..,
caring for the pens. Mrs.- Netmeyer about closing the matter vas refer- epedment; i to determine whether faster week) there would be fifty cities in mee's were better. The local lads gota eating facts regarding the purchaseof I
red to him to make definite recommendations Florida in whirlwind start which must haveflabbergasted buildings '
school
has more than a thousand birds work could bit done, and more actively engaged mosquito the present primary \
choice White Wyandottes and BarredPlymouth as to what action the pay fighting work. He advocated passageof the northerners or the old Methodist church and ?
Rocks, and her success was Chamber of Commerce ahould take dirt moved. The experiments seem the mosquito ordinance (which the something like that for they didn't the pane\ then in mind for expansion.

easily 'understood when the care she n-the chatter at the next meeting.A. to be a su 'eS8. City Manager Dcugh- Kissimmee council has already passed get close enough to see the tail) lightsof He emphasized the necessity for car ,

gives her birds was noted. Mr. Bist- T. French chairman of the troop ten, from preliminary study of the re- ), inspectors appointed to see that the score after that, the comp rying out those,-or other plans in the -0

line specializes in a fine strain of Silver committee for the Boy Scouts, spokeon ults, believes them to be. He esti- the law is enforced, and general co tometers finally registering ten pointsfor very near future
and squabs and Miss the need of raising the money for of the Women's Club the visitors while the Kissimmee of the
Wyandottes, Secretary U. J. Burrows,
this county's district quota, and for mates that the cost of placing and Camber of troop caught 66.
Smith has a letter from Mr. Riggs Commerce Boy Scouts, Chamber of Commerce, spoke regard-
poultry Judge at the Madison! SquareGardens outfitting the Scouts' baseball team firing the charges and the cost of the and other civic organizations in a The red headed talk is a little bit Ing the necessity for co-operation between -
all who intended material are offset by the saving in
his summer urging He There boyon
and Boston Poultry Shows publicity campaign. emphasizedthe : exaggerated. was one and teachers as exemplified -
,parents
In' which he says the -pen of Silver contributing to send their checks to electric power made/through the les- necessity of Inspecting one's own the team without a fiery dome. in such organizations as the iParentTeachers
Carson Farmer immediately. ened load on the power plant. After to. that containers Richard he and Richard V 1'
Wyandotte. exhibited by Mr. Bistlineat premises see no Bandy was Association. The
the Tampa fair' was the finest he each charge was fired a very noticeable harbored stagnant water, and urged Bandy had his eye on the basKet, meeting was presided over by Mrs. v' a

had ever seen at any- show in the Preparations are being made at the increase in the amount of that ditches be cleaned rainbarrels shooting most of the score-getting W. E. Sanderson president of the as-
country. Florida College for Women to enter- and and clay deposited in the fill was covered, and pools oiled. throws. The rest of the team took ociation. Mrs. Arthur Cooper, and,

Miss Smith, in her efforts to secure tain and Instruct for two weelt.April evident The strain on less.the machin- Between 250 and 300 school children care of the field and then with Ban- several of the high school pupils rendered P

the best stock possible for her clubmembers ( 9-20)) mere than a' hundred William considerably with their teachers, paraded dy parking himself in the vicinity of musical selections and sandwiches +
and at the lowest initial home demonstration club girls\ from A. Joiner superintendent from the school house to the theatre the home hoop shot the ball to him and punch were served. '
ofthe that he
states
cost, also'visited the Blue Pond Poultry 28 counties. This is.an uau.ual'event able to light pull plant the entire, load with was one via Church Stewart, and Broadway and he did the rest This was the regular quarterly

Farm .of Charles_)!rancisat' In- at Tallahassee, and get' bigger' and engine, thus reducing the cost of electricity bearing signs relative to the carrying Emerson Squires and Clyde Harris meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association y

terlachen recently Mr, Francis has better every year. almost hal The charge ,'on, of the ._11 the best birds, not only in loosened the and sand for ,'- sifter a turned --ankle by scheduled for an evening toward
clay an area
.Iii.wa .and the south but in the the association bas not been as acve Squires and Art Bullock taking .
and Mrs;W P Longworth left the close of the school
hundred
exhibitor as,.heretofore-but i with the ,tea of some twelve square feet ", Squires' place. Later on Garland year. M,
andU a frequent
,
and ,the ,cutter operated with much for D. C. after.peadtne'
=CrY.ahow..'all overthe; -United ewed interest,manifested lately, and Monday Washington Hankins (also not In' the color '
Smith's with her less vibration and strain on the mach the winter. in 'Kissimmee. after SMALL TOWN PESTS
He has excellent strains of Miss efforts. boys scheme};i took Sqllb. ., place, hand ,
___ .Jlocka,*.Rhode, Island Reds, and, girls clubsv. >the .indications are inery.E. wile her they. dicovw, over this entire a Saint Augustine boy had run a "
Aaeonasand White Leghorns; in ad.dttfoiifto that,.the association .will.go forward REMINGTON ,OPENS MAIN : Iect1on'of': Florida; including both test for consistency of their head. The He-Flapper U Paw's. Pet Pest, '

L y .the .new. breed,' the J.r..eY to .greater prosperity ,than ,has ''ever STREET FILLING .STATIONE. asi.aad: west coasts; ieeking's .per material In some sort i of a, collision though, the Girls think''' he .1. ;Just ,t
BLClants..rU.tbas) madVMlMSmithy been knowntinlOsceols9eounty.; :. The which left Squires, with a wound Darling. ,When Paw: looks ;at' thisCookUDusterhe ;.
\ some--very' reasonable..prices price money won by the 'boys and Remington has :Installed:a :visible roaaent location,:and on, theirr, ,turn stripe under his jaws Dick Bandy ', he'd

, ,on his;best stock.:in.order to..asher tI girls is already-furnishing' the no gasoline filling station at his stated'r}Jtheyr fMndpoplaee-: t played right-forward. and Bob.;!Buckets wishes remained .'
''
'iij II getting the'jmre-bred; VclubsBunder lens .ofa. number of thoroughbred: "Square, Deal" grocery.store on Main pleased J them.'..'we aft/KisslmnM: *; -th.left on*.' i,', an JCM Bachelor; betre:
r J .. : .' -: ,V" -% < flock. Will '.Tpon'a.boys, who'won .ttVaextto the city line where he The boyr:expect ;(to sojonrmto. members'when Paw was lmow1Ia,
"left\nU ta. Intention *
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LOGIC AND OTHER THINGS' t-fiONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SHOP ii; '
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Ff'ERS
:Ciltre> DR R. L ::.: It: D. Red Mrs. W. a'Graham" *

T. W. IT. hDreeD > ./'P.etof Specializing. in Diseases of the 1 :By Rest, : P rf.ot ftatlifaetlon;;:; Guaranteed.
Stomach. Office fully equipped i HAIR WORK A SPECIALTY I
I 9:45 .. m.-Sunday.eboo1. Prof :With X-Ray Clinical and ;Blood The pitcher that goes too oft' tothe -
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i D. B. Shaver superintendent Laboratories: for the ",well-" O Phone 236 105 Park Ave. o\II ..
h' 11:00.,, a. m_Morning Worship Chemistry It gets broken. 0 0
;, Sermon by the scientific diagnosis and treatment .. oOO OO"0'ooooooOO 0'06
pastor.
.: of diseases. But on the other hand the pitcher
6:30 p, -Christian Endeavor that stands on the shelf eventuallygets
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t meeting: Qffice'slid Res.. 400 S. Iowa Ave. broken, too
!' 7:30 p. r-Eveninft Worship. Ser PHONE 15 The one breaks while serving some B. DICKERSON'
mon by the pastor. useful purpose, the other while resting -
j ly Music: by the orchestra Lakeland, Florida in supposed security in a safe CONTRACTOR AND BUILDERIn

't' 7:30 p. 'm.-Wednelday. Prayer place. Wood. nrlck or Stone. Alsonrleklaying
\ and Bible study. Yes, we must all return to the dust : and Plastering. '"
Ij 7:30 m..-: Thursday. Choir .
l. p. prac- from which we come. We are born to 321 BHACK HTUKMTO. "
t f' lice! die, no why worry about the mannerof .
" I/1 Visitors will find a cordial welcome our death alt'coming' sometime
to a home-like church._ lIrn,(t uil {,r \): some way, so why not get as I < F. KHIBBS W. J. STEED ',

L f? First Baptist Church Jdl G .Ip1" I.'fI r,- ;; I much out of life as possible Is it not I KRIBBS & STEEDAltarmtrm rte' Jj' /, \\r
,I I; ,'r'\ better to meet the grim reaper while ,
i Rev. J. A. Sutton D. D. Pastor. engaged in the battle for existence sad .toe./
'f' Kla.I..... FI.r'..
i\, I, I than to die "Dec,> pillowed in silk and
l. r, 9:4(5: ( a. m.-Sunday School. Carson Combat it will: scented"downThe p old man with Gc.er.l prmrtlff..tm.. .n...*........ 5.5V.hed
l>.. Farmer, superintendent. Classesfor KING'S i the scythe is sure to get us, the best 8. I
,:. all ages. Join the pastor's class. i jas well as the least of us.
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11:00: a. m.-Sermon by the pas NEW DISCOVERY I Take care of yourself] protect yourself PAT JOHNSTON U. P QAnRBTT
tor. "The Gospel For This Age." : ] don't take a chance, and "Your Live
c 6:30: p. m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional thtjamiiy cough syrup pitcher/ will break on the musty shelf, JOHNSTON &: GARRETSATTORNEYSATLAW Horses Veterinarian Longer
-. __ meeting. I and mine by the rippling stream." The RecommendationHorse ."
"i, 7:30: p. m.-Sermon by the pastor The boxer who lets the other fellow Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola ,Bank .
,' , "The Question of The Ages." i do all the leading loses on points Building.. Owner-Doctor, there's something the matter with
; T! 7:30 though he save himself from a
: p. m. Wednesday. Prayer may .
he's for work
this horse
> rf meeting. I knockout. The one who steps in and KISSIMMEE FLORIDA no-good anymore.
i I' Free seats and a welcome to swaps punches sometimes frets Veterinary-How; long have you worked him? -

: ,:. strangers as well as those who be. I knocked for a row of ash cans, but I Horse Owner...-About six years.
long here. he nuiually the glory of the fight, and us- :Milton ]''''dlt..r KlIlH. 1,*, linos Veterinary-Hto all shot to pieces.
h A church of the Bible and for the he has the crowd back of him. 'I Owner it the hard roads.
was
" people] I Ain' it the truth? f PLEDGER & DAMSATTORNEYSATI.AU I /brae guess .
Stearns' Electric Paste I i Ii Veterinary-No,you'wrong. The trouble with this horse
Methodist Church SAYS Tlljo; STATE MAHKET1MJ. is he hasn't been fed right. He's been fed a monotonous diet of oats

exterminator I. romanl.ed' for u Ram the, Mk aranlMd. Auu, BUREAU: I State Bank' HuiUIInK and corn with hay,which fails to supply a work animal with a sufficient -
Rev. W. C. Norton
Pastor. torkrow'h...and WftterbuviDon't I The Biadentown packing company I :; Fl-OHll'X I IRIFKIMIISE variety of diet to keep him in good shape. If you feed this

I 7:00: a. m.Union Sunrise Prayer with) powdor waste time liquids Urine or any to kill experimental these pest recently shipped 1000 cases of :24! I horse right from now on you'll get a lot more service out of him.
Meeting in Bungalow. preparations, I leans! to the ease, of canned grapefruit City horses,because they are fed a monotonous diet and never
9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. L. Ready for Use-Better then Traps to San Francisco. California
I out of service at 7 or 8 of
get any green pasture,are generally years
: Overstreet, superintendent. :Sot box. Sto ivos. box. 11.40 docs net allow Florida: grapefruit ,in
11:00 a. m.-First Lecture, "The SOLD EVERYWHERE | its natural condition to be snipped in- "riT.MC RTENOURAI'lllittJESSIE age. Horses that are fed right often live to
:- Serpents: In Eden," pr. Lincoln] Mc- I I jta that slate but it cannot keep out \ D. KLEINMAN 30 years of age.I .
Connell. I the canned goods. recommend Purina O-Molene because the

. Serpents 3:30: p. In m.-Eden.Second" Or.Lecture McConnell."The Good I, "Diseases of the Watermelon" is I JUSTICE OF PEACE variety of foodstuff in this well known horse PURINA

6:30: p. m.-Senior League devotional the title of Farmers' Bulletin No. HANDLES: ALL CLAIMS j feed is put there to keep them in good working
service. WALLPAPER 1277, i sued by the U. S. department I : condition. It is a complete ration. Horses M0

7:30: p. m.-Third Lecture "The of agriculture, Washington, I). C. It I thrive on it. They produce more work and
Economical discusses and given control IS lEili
Serpents In Eden Dr. McConnell. is measures
7:30 p. Wednesday. Mid-week for wilt, loot knot, gummy stem DR. R. J. DENNING live longer op O-Molene. Put your horse onOMolene : -
prayer service. L.I M.y..Ji M" $...."... .1 blight, ground rot, anthracnose, stem DENTIST feed and watch the excellent re-

3:30 and 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Teach Alfred Pests"Prizt"Wall Paper end rot and minor diseases. and contains Over the Postoffice. sults in only a few weeks. <
er trainer class. and WIN .. how a convenient descriptive, key to .
you muiy good1'.II OFFICE HOURS: 8 to lice: 1.10: t. I For Sale by
. 7:30 p. m.-Fndny. Choir prac n.k.P.pen Un I ten work furnish REALLY al pnrrt which w" iti I "til these diseases, by means of which Residence Phone 174-
tice. 'his field. Office( Phone 158

Christian Church Pierce & Kenton I -- I FLORIDA FEED STORES
The 1922 report of R. E. Rosa

,;< 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. C, E KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Florida tate chemist, has appearedand P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW
Yowell, superintendent. contains much information about I I
11:00 a. m.-Communion services. fertilizers, feed stuffs and citrus
r 6:30 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. fruit laws."Celery OFFICES l 306 Broadway
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Subject: "Educational Missions At
Winter Park, FloridaI
Home and Abroad." Leader: Cather Growing" is the title of
ine Farmers Bulletin No. 1269, issued I

1W. 7:30 Denning..p. Wednesday, Prayermeeting. .: 11'11' ; 4r.I I free riculture.{ by the It U.is S.full department of informationfor of ag- TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
Interesting and inspirational
all O
growers. 0O

Visitors services.cordially Invited. Production of 1,184,000,000 poundsof > TURNER COMPANY MARBLE, TAMPAMONUMENTS GRANITE: 00 00 Call) Up No. 218

i m I i U cane sugar during the year ended 000 000 ,
nl I IIII
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 1 : September 30, 1922, is indicated in 000 > ( TWOONEEIGHT
reports from Hawaiian sugar mills. 000' )
. Rev M. B. Ayres Rector. This is 13 per cent more than in 1921, 0O M. J. Crowder Agent, Kissimmee

and a larger production than the average 0 0
Palm Sunday for ten past. Nearly all .O.O.OOOt ottt OO -
1111 Il years
10:00 ICI
a. m.-Sunday School. 'iV j i the
produced in Hawaii is
sugar shipped "
11:00: a. m.- Choral Bucharest. .. fr.
to the United States. .000000000000.0..00000'
,Sermon by Rev. James Slidell, of II II Iljy

Winter Park. I, ) The gold production in the United I M. TILLER |
7:30 p. m.-Evening Prayer and States declined
from
in
$101,035,700
sermon by'' the rector. li l llllj li 1915 to $49.096,000 in 1921, or 51.41 t Real Estate Agency f FORDSON TRACTOR OWNERSBELOW

"I(. Holy Week per cent. The -silver production in 0
,> ; .. '.". Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the United States declined from 74- FIRE, LIFE, AND ACCIDENT *
II .. ...,,fs j" fp0:00: a,. m.-]Morning, Prayer and Li ?ep it handy 961,075 ounces in 1915 to 53,052.441 INSURANCE O "
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'' tany. for bruises-strains ounces, in,.1921, or 29.2 per cent. INDEMNITY BONDS <
, 7:30 p. m.-Monday. Evening prayer 4 000
and confirmation. Rt. Rev. Cam Sprains -bruises painful Uncle Joe Cannon,of Danville, l\l.\ t.OOOO.OOOO..OOOOO. .. IS A LIST''OF FORDSON TRACTOR <'
eron Mann, D. D, Bishop of South turned retired to private life by the close of '
Florida. ankles -stiff, sore !the 67th Congress on March 4, 1923, OWNERS WHO ARE OPERATING FORDSON

Wednesday and Friday 7:30 p n.E muscles-no family can I after 46 years of service, in which he S. B.
a, >emng prayer and sermon. avoid them. "[ lends. His career hat been notable AULTMAN TRACTORS IN OUR TERRITORY:
I That is why millions keep i I and the parting with the members on
Carat's Church i Sloan's handy. the last day was an event, democratsand

(Pentecostal) I You will soon find Sloan's I republicans alike doing him hon Jim Long . . . . . . . St.. Cloud

A t Corner Brack and OaK Streets is more useful than any other or.May He 7. was 1836.born General at Gulliford Isaac, N.Sherwood C.-. REAL ESTATEand Robert Reidel . . . . . . . . . . . City

Thos. B. Bickale\7, Pa'tor. I item in your medicine cabi I of Toledo, Ohio, who will be a Everglades Cypress Co. . . . . Loughman
net. It breaks the member of the next congress, is a
up congestion Ernest
year older. Granger. . . Kissimmee, R. F. D.
10.00 a. m.-Sunday Schocl. I that causes the pain.

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. Use Sloan's to protect you When the new mayor of Palm City, FIRE INSURANCE C. D. Christ. . . . . . . . . . Orlando

.1 Sermon 7:00 p.by m.-Young the_ pastor.P4ople'e meet- ,I from pain as you would use Florida was sworn into office a few Lawrence & Steve Partin, Kissimmee, RFD

) ing. an antiseptic to prevent in days ago the ceremony, was precededby - Katz & Cadel . . . . . .
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I fection. At prayer from one of the local ministers. . . . City
7:30 p. m.-Song service. Praise druggist's.1:
1 1 'fi' and testimony. Sermon by the pas- TArn 1,eor your ,Srwx'r! 11 Darlington Avenue P. Phillips ((3)) . . . . . . . . Orlando i

tor. Sloan's I311imcnt-ki/1c4 4linr It la. said that in states and coun- i iI F. A. Stroup. . . . . Kissimmee R. F. D.
Communion services (fret Sunday Forrhrunitlim,hrnlw..itrain>.cheit colds ties free from cattle ticks the cost I II I ,
t" '', each month. Foreign Missionary of- cf milk is lower than where this pest I F. E. Lockwood . . . . . . . St. Cloud '. :
4 fering taken on second Sunday evening exists. The cow is the mother of F. C. Betts . . '
each month.r CITYMEATJARKET . . . . . . Kissimmee ,
prosperity and health. It produces :
2:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Women's hit the best known food and drink. Champion Sub Division . . . Kissimmee 1 1
ble] class] Mrs. C. B. Higdon
; in charge. Geo.
& 7:30 p. m.-Thursday. Weekly I I "If you can retain your hat, your Bronson & W. S. Mosley, t

;, prayer service. : footing and your temper these days i Kissimmee R. F. D. \
"Come" "Pray" "Believe." you are doing about all that could be ,
'expected of a mortal in the month of W. W. Eldridge . . . . . . . Loughman :'

'e.\; \' Without the cultivation of theeart.h I I March." This ill a quotation from a Fresh Msatt and: I W. E. Frank . . . . . . . . Narcoossee
in all
man is, countries, a Save paper printed up in Illinois where in
age.-Webster. March the weather is a very uncertain VegetablesPhone M. W. Eby . . . . . . . . . . . . .City

d'' r I I art proposition, full of danger/ for C. H. Funk . . . . . . . Hilliard Island
people exposed to its rigors. Tourists I
from the north who are now in EJ-: Keen . . . . . . . . . Orange Center
I Florida should take notice and 44 I
until all risks are gone. stay Bill Tanner . . . . . . . . . Kissimmee

Burns and bruises9MENTHOLATUM Methods of and T. F. Redwood . . . . . . . Shingle Creek '
producing handling -
I YOU get more milk so that it wilt be clean may be O. N. Lee . . . . . . . . . . St. Cloud
,smoother taught in schools as well as other H. w. & A. W. Johnson
features of farm . .Shingle Creek b
cools and Heals. going better distribution practice.
I of load long The -- O. A. Thamas & Son. . . . . Loughman
t I It citrus fruit shippers of Kis- NfWBY
t I, er-lasting tire car- simmee have a pre-cooling plant and INN Gabe,White . . . . . . . . . . OU Cloud
\' cass and curb and the experience is that more fruit goes W.- Bell .
to market in good condition and . . . . . . . Lake Wilson

.: '" rut-resisting sidewall brings more money than that shipped Home For Those H. W.\ Wilcox . . . . . . Kissimmee
strength in the under refngeiation. The plant paid Away From Homt
3 J WHAT IT MEANSTO new Goodyear Cord for itself the first year. Kigsimmee J. C. Dibble . . . . . . . . Kissimmee

",'- t': Tire with the beveled too is beginning make a record asa Attractively Decorated H. A. Hunter . . . . . . KissimmeeLet
BE "RUN DOWN""RUNDOWN" shipper of strawberries.
All-Weather Weekly Rates
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feeling is a dan- Tread. It's the English\ newspapers are severe in us put one out on your Farm. We will gladly

f' A ger signal. If you neglect it, greatest tire Good- denunciation many by the of French the invasion for the of reason Ger- Mote 221 Excelled. Meals give you a demonstration'
are leaving the door any obligation
you wide on
mad. We that it increases
ever the ill and
1 to dangerous diseases. year feeling
open Build yourself up to health and have your size now prevents Europe from getting downto your part. We know they will do the Work. Let

I strength with Gude Pepto-Mangan. in stock and business. English trade has drop us prove it to
give you.
It will purity and enrich your blood, ped off millions of dollars during the '
' tone up your nervous system, and help you real service. last few months and American exports NEID'S HEALING BATHS .

: 'you eat well sleep well and feel well. A.C..rfj..Ir SenrfM. s,.,.,t have gone down to low ASK ONE OF THE ABOVE OWNERS
a point.
4, Gude's Pepto-Mangan is a time-tried D..I_. eel, .r.I -
'tonic,. recommended by physicians for "..w1 G..dr..r r4.. ...", The India cotton crop for 1922-23 Recommended for Rheumatism and
':I L'r r, over 3O year*. At your stDude's 6ow.rte-.enal...of is placed at 4,348,000 bales of 478 all kinds of Skin .Disease and Stom '

J. ,liquid or tablet, aa you prefer! pounds India department\net in a final of estimate statistics by. The the acb Trouble. -' M. C. A TREY

; crop last year totaled 3,735,000 bale*. Alto mineral water for :
: ', LUPFER & PRATHER drinkingPurposes.
) "" : : :Acream'thi TeanU placed at 21- :
I II 119,000 aerea, confpared with 18,436-- ) _
Ppto MranTosi : I last DEALER, r I .,, i
yvv :year ,
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COOP flCAR i : era NElD-pwncr{
I *If 1 r/' : !tandBlood isricher, if If :yea' nare roonu'tot rent.'a ,mall ?: .;. : ,LINCOLN FORD] FORDSON
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.' advertisement; in our, cUstttUdaeoluuu.iriU tOrder from , :;
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For ;Sale at: a Sacrifice LIDO, U., :WILSON_ COOKTT' AGENT There have been so requests ,. ti. F

I have found an ,excellent, orange for strawberry recipes lately that the
\ and rrapcfruit ,bloom over the coun- following' are repeated: Grocery and Delicatessen
ty.. How maay growers have jnade Strawberry Preserve Y
ir for the
preparation .spraying alter 1
bloom U off to ,control melanoM, citrus pound berriespound au pro
-No.' 1., Select '116
scab and other diseases and in. large firm, ripe fruit BROADWAY KIssIMMEE.
sects! one of the heaviest losses to Wash and cap. If po..ibleWhen removing !

the citrus grower is the injury incur caps, pull out the pitchy center .Jim 'Dandy Laying Mash, per l00.Lbs. . .., ,$3.75 .
i of the berryThl* makes an
.- 0If you' wish to produce'elsan _bright_ aperture through ,which' the syrup Blue' Hen Scratch, Feed, per,' 100 Lbs . "f. .$250

245 acres of land situated fruit and the tree free diseases may easily penetrate.. Place the fruit Schumacher,Scratch Feed JOO Lbs
r ; just two miles' keep from In an alluminum or porcelain-lined Yea .per . ... ,$3.00
and insects, follow the bloomin ,
sel and add the sugar. Hold the vessel -Jim; Dandy Dairy'Feed"per00Lbs$2.90>
north! of;the city limits of Kissimmee. The ten to twenty days with bordeaux :
oil emulsion. This spray mixture is : about. three inches above an..Jn- Red Star Sweet' Feed, per 100 ,Lbs . . . . . 2.45 ,
tense flame and the
by shaking vesael
main line of:the A. C. L. R.'R. made by mixing' bordeaux with oil .
,runs ,through emulsion, giving' you a combination. keep its contents constantly agitated Race Horse Sweet Feed, per 100 Lbs. . ... ,$2.20
this property and it within spray, that will prove more .efficient. until the heat has extracted the No..1 Yellow'Corn S
runs' up. to than if used The juice\: from the fruit and melted the ; ; ,100 Lbs. .$ .25

about twenty rods of the Dixie Highway. strength is a separately.3-3-50 bordeaux general mixture sugar sufficiently to form a syrup; No. 2 Oats, Sweet Feed,.,pex.jQQ'Lbs'. .' . ... .2.50,
to which add S of oil then place the vessel directly' above
you quarts Mascott Shorts Sweet Feed 100 Lbs. ;
. .$2.50
emulsion. Watch bloom and the flame and bring to a boil. Boil per
Owner will sell, ii.taken'Jmmedlately, at when find the your ,, rapidly for 8 minutes. Cover the Cotton See Meal per'100 Lbs. '
you petals have dropped . . . . . . .$2.85
vessel and t set aside until the fruit is
the sacrifice pace oT $10.00 per acre, but .where. ;start the the infestation spray. of diseases plump and; partially cool (about 45 Cotton Seed Hulls, per 100 Lbs . . . .,. . .$1.60,

you must' acts qulck. Where can you buy and straight insects lime-sulphur is not bad after, you the may bloom.use and minutes seal.). Pack in steHlized jars Gold Medal Flour, 24 Lbs . . . . .'. . . .. .$1.20

You need not wait until the bloom is It is not wise to attempt to cook Pillsbury Flour, 24 Lbs. . . . . '. . ; . . . .$1.25

such land for double! this price? The land entirely off before you begin the time more by than this two method.quarts The of berries product at is a Self Rising Flour, 24 Lbs. . . . . . . . . . .$1.25

. is absolutely clear of encumbrance at spray with the Acme the limesulphur.Use harrow every. weekin uniformly satisfactory.No. Dainty, Flour, 24 Lbs. . < ,$1.45..12 Lbs.... 75c

the grove to conserve the soil mois Make a syrup of 26 ozs. of Prices the lowest to be had on all goods in store
this prlce'the terms are for spot cash. ture. Now that you have a good sugar and 5 ozs. of water. Add 2 Ibs our ,
bloom, you must use every available of washed capped and stemmed
mean. to set the bloom. The harrow strawberries. Boil until it reaches!! R. B. BOHANNON
break. the evaporation causing a 222 degrees F., or 106 degrees C.
dust mulch that prevents the mois- Skim pack pour syrup over them .
ture from escaping.The and process 5 minutes and seal. .
recent cold wave that sweet No. 3. Cover 2 Ibs. of washed
over the southern states no doubt capped and stemmed strawberrieswith
gave the truck growers another set 26 ozs. of sugar. Let stand ov-
back. Growers in this section will er night. In the morning pour the
ADDRESS gain by their loss. Cucumber, beans, juice thus obtained in to a preservingkettle
tomatoes, watermelons, and other add berries and cook to 220 BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
perishable crops growing here will\ degrees F., or 106 degrees C. Skim,
find a ready market. Rush your crops pack, pour syrup over them and pro- CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
R. C. SLIGHMOORE with cultivation, fertilization, spraying cess five minutes and seal.

and general care. Side dressing Sun-Cooked Strawberry Preserves WOOD, BRICK, STONER
,. fertilizer on these crops where you The berries should be washed, cap
have sufficient moisture will bring ped, stemmed, drained and measured STEEL, STUCCO
HAVEN, FLORIDA your crop to market much sooner. Allow an equal weight of sugar foi N. F. BASS JACK BASS ,
Bordeaux mixture spray with the fruit. For each two pounds of ber 822 Royal Street 615 Sproule Avenue ,
addition of black leaf 40 to the tomato lies measure one-fourth cupful of berry ...
crop, watermelons, cucumbers and: juice and heat with the sugar.
.. the like will prevent bacterial diseases !' Cook and pour over the whole berrief - ,
p -- - -- and kill small insects an the aphis. in shallow trays. Stand in the sun foi

Keep these crops sprayed every ten three or four days, bringing indoors ,
Gazette "Want Ads" Do the WorkDon' days for good results. each night. Dampness is a great foe
Use manure an your starting fertilizer to successful sun cookery. Allow 1hr Orlando Mattress FactoryWE :
for the strawberry plant bed. fruit to remain in the sun until it i is-

_. _ ._ 1 Getting late for your order for northern well plumped and the syrup has thick-
..oo.tt..o..t..oO..O. grown plants. The berry crop ened almost to a jelly. If the sun fail REBUILD YOUR
O.O..Ot..O OOOO OtO tlilli'
has been good this season, and we can to shine, keep the preserves in a coo!
make it even better by growing our oven. Pack in sterilized\ jars! and seal.
own plants, and have an early start Strawberry Preserves COTTON, HAIR AND FELT :MATTRESSES
this coming season. Not only do you
(French Recipe)
nave money 1>y growing your own Wash and the beriies. For ev- BOX SPRINGS, ETC.
cap
d nlants, hut you have better plants, ery pound of fruit taken allow % ib
have them when need them
you of sugar. Add the sugar to the berries 'Phone 804 500 W. South Street __ t
grow off fast, make early berries, and and let them stand for several -
waitfor when you sum up the cost of the season hours until a syrun is formed. Place ORLANDO FLORIDA
;
,
you are ahead of the game by
over a flame and bring to a boil. When
the over-head
far. down
Cut expenseon the ccntents! of the vessel have been
the berry crop that was necessary boiling for one minute remove and _ __
for grief, in the form of a batch of spoiled for us to carry this past season. Now set in a cool place to stand over nightOn 'H .
have the knowledge of makingthe
biscuits, but get acquainted with you make count. the following day again bring toa r
crop, so every move ,
boil and allow the boiling to continue
Save the BSrn r
yard manure glow a.
for two minutes. Remove from
legume crop on the land you expectto the stove and place in cool place 1
a un
plant, sweeten up the soil. and be till the third the
day. Again bring con
ready to make from the
more money tents to a boil and boil for three min.
is next You do that. TAX NOTICENOTICE
the crop season. can
utes. Pour the fruit into sterilized
Best Call on your county agent when he jars and seal immediately.
can serve you. lie Ie employed by
and the county and state with services Strawberry Jam No. 1
Cheapest absolutely free to you. When you" Over-iipe or crushed berries are 1 1'i
need bulletins on various agricultural washed capped and crushed. To each ,.
Food. subjects, call on the county agent to pound of fruit add % pound of sugar.
.
;t, supply you with that bulletin. Stir constantly and cook' until the .. - --
,{' proper consistency is reached.. ,
WEEKLY CITRUS REVIEW Strawberry Jam No.2' .
;
now.' It will make biscuits right.
your .. Select fruit, % of which is under.
Your grocer sells it. I The weekly citrus review by F.. L. ripe. Wash quickly so as not to have is .that
Skelly as issued from the office of the the berries water soaked.: Cap, weigh hereby given:
BLISII MILLING CO. Seymour Ind. American Fruit Growers, says: and mash fruit. Allow three-fourths
[
Reports from all Florida citrus pound of sugar to each pound of ber the tax books of, Osceola County
.........O..O..O.oo..O..... ..... .OO..O OO areas indicate that the bloom has been ries. Cook rapidly in a'' porcelain-line:!

-- - - ers very which heavy.have Coupled fallen upon with many the show,(OCt vessel, stirring with a wooden spoon. .-.. .
the the will close
Frequently move spoon across promptly .
April
t lions; during the last week, the out pan being careful to move the mix- on.
look for next Benson's crop generally ture from the bottom of it. Do not
it. haul to be very excellent: It is, of stir too rapidly or beat the mixture First. All taxes for the
course, too early for any definite anticipation A thermometer is useful in cooking year
of the size of the crop as jams. Cook the mixture to 222 degreesF.
-' j = there is! yet opportunity for many .. At this, point it should give the 1922 not paid by that date will
/ ,
!hazards to intervene, but the first requisite jelly test. Jam is thicker cold than hot
I a heavy bloom upon the trees,
and care should be taken nct to cook

has. been .met.Oranges: .The demand l has been i too long. be delinquent and subject tp .

stionir with prices! adjusting to new "BUILDING FOREST ROADS"
higher levels. Indications are that A NEW DEPARTMENT FILM sale. In writing'this office relative -
of mid-season
the supply oranges is
nearing exhaustion. Next developments The men, methods! and machinery
will feature valencias for engaged in building good highways to taxes please furnish
which there is already undoubted de- through the great national forests of! ,
, ---:-::--- mand but Valencia transactions thus the west are brought to the fore in
I far have been too slight to set a "Building Forest Roads," a new one- description of propertyand
23 SERIES B1O6IX TOURING CAR 175O price basis.Grapefruit. reel motion picture just released by your

: Heavy shipments of the United States department of agriculture.
k Many people make the mistake of buying a car with- the previous ten days resulted duringthe \ This", picture is one of a enclose postage.
out enough seating capacity. previous week in a lessening of series produced by the department's

Then when they want to take their friends along, the the f. 0, b. demand and correspondingly office of motion pictures for the bus

children have to sit on someone'slap, the foot space is easier markets. High grade reuu of public roads.
grapefruit continued in strong demand As reasons why roads are needed
all jammed up with luggage, and everybody is crowded in the larger markets, but there ,in the forest, the film shows mineral .
and uncomfortable.The was less interest' manifest in ordinary deposits awaiting machinery for development -

Studebaker Big-Six Touring Car has two comfortable grapefruit. Due to the fact that so mature timber ready fo;
large a part of the grapefruit has sale when the way to market is opt ,
auxiliary seats that fold out of the way. It is a scenic .. removed from the
now moved, the fruit remaining actually en treasures
big, roomy five-passenger car except when you need it is in a strong position and the beaten tract, and the constant menaceof C. L BANDY
r for seven,and then it's a comfortable,convenient seven- easier tone of the markets as related forest fires. The engineers map
passenger car-something which a five-passenger car may be regarded as a temporary con out the route, the clearing crews cuts
can never be. And there is still room for the luggage. dition. a right of way through the timber, I:
The continuation of excellent busi- the dynamiters blast out what look U
Come in and look at the Big-Six Touring Car. No ness conditions throughout the country like the whole side of a mountain. the TAX COLLECTOR 4

matter how much you pay we don't believe you can amounting in many lines to a graders perform their function:
find:\ a'more satisfactory car. condition of almost boom prosperity, bridges are constructed, and finally\
provides a purchasing power ampleto the roads are given a surfacing, their
Its reliability has been proved in the service of thou- absorb all citrus offerings. Thereis "coat of armor" against the steady

sands of owners. Correct design, highest quality of an abundant ability to pay the traffic of future years. '
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materials and precise workmanship are evident throughout price, which therefore, is governed by "Thus," says the film in conclusion,
every detail of its construction. Equipment is the desirability of the fruit offered "are the national forests being open. .

complete-even to an extra <4isc wheel with cord tire, and pared the for manner market.in which it is pre- ed The to use.film" may be borrowed for limited J_ "" 'I-rb.c=- pSC>>XI.

tube and tire cover and bumpers, front and rear. periods from the department or

The name Studebaker is assurance of satisfaction. DEEP SNOW SEVERE ON ELK copies may be bought by authorized Licensed Funeral Director
institutions at the cost of printing. Storm mitJ Cfiaptl
Wardens of the biological surveyof ._ ,
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1923: MODELS AND PRICES/. o. b. factor;.. the United States department of --- A ",.......sy..ta.tky d r.k. I. .----1
agriculture started feeding the elk in, KISSIMMEE PLUMBING Stewart Aei... Ail r h'SdS '
LIGHT-SIX 8PKCIAL-8IX BIO-SIX Jacksons Hole, Wyo, tm January 23,
,-r..rdH.r.117' w.B. '-"-sdH.r.. ,,r w.B. r-ru.fOH.f... Itf W. B. following a heavy snowfall, whichdrove" SHOP Kiuine_. High Grade Aabnlaice Semis at CallOfdo.z

the herds down from the hills. 14* PHONES! Raldnee I
Tc.il--- .. _I e7 Tourinc Sim Towing.-.. .$3710P..d.t.raP. About 21 inches of snow fell in 48 :, T'
I ...> .7I R..dgat-P..,> use _) ISIS hours at the elk refuge and the war- Too A
I ec._. .'"._. ... ---j" )..:: *4 0TWms Nothing Big '
... that .
:
t I'' (1-. 14P.rSuosota >-1550 den in charge reports there are --- . .
......wwtsI7a s..a. ...... 17MI now 8,000elk being fed on one tract Nothing Too,Small -
and 1,800 at headquarters. the "* *.. IL .HAROLD HUMS: ;K. P SIMMONS. ,IV A.''.MORRISON.,,
to 111.., You tonr.rtprto. winter of 1921-22, which was the severest President. Y'** President ,,,,,8e! <;..., *,.Tf.... ?
I '
r 'KISSIMMEE- AUTO 'COMPANYKISSIMMEE *.< on record at the refuge in ref All .Work Guaranteed Best FtrliBzsn' 'lattcficMts ''SpraycnfJfsiJliySapplUs. r r,

I latlon to the elk herd, feeding wad \ Hosttst'GswU. . :-,., -t<:FalPri aK- =. -, ;,.,..,. IIET 11''
started over' two weeks earlier- Jan' : : :.). IToBe'Satisfactory, ,.A.'e.rN %8.c [is+s.rr \., .. - t

i t I nary 4. Most of these majestic cam* 'oI" " \, ( N>: ALLPRICETrI3l''BLrFORI:"
.
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PLUCKY HISS"TAKES' reach the edge of theW1nc, jand"as 'shdw"lne. searchers' her locality.
KISSMMEEVALLEYCAZEni DARK a',consequence gWfrtsalfelM-in her Parrish''' did *om rood: work wins- :
LEAP IN THE .
A ; from
V his toes
hanging J
rope so that;-after-in altitude of walkhiff!, ,
' 8000 feet had been made in a "no at- the wing and the undergear and riding ,
BUBU8HBD 8Y'THID find oneself In the midst Of a IS'iOPfiOPERMost '
., XUSUOrBB VALLEY FRIDAY OAZBTTXJOVKRT palmetto To field all and sides pine by trees forbidding,' hemmed mosphere"while air-she, the unravelled plane had herself.to descend The the aerial tail "hoasback.people made. good on TO SAVE: : ::

FLORIDA.w in on almost dark the insisted their promises, but would have madea ,
, ,_KIB8IMMBB. looking clumps of oaks, after dark, Though it was much better impression If they had
rather than disappoint
again
on going
B,. .r..hrealden l miles from anywhere, sounds as if it the put on their parachute act earlier, "
"JO.! O.' VANS AONEW--.8eoretar, might make any, girl nervous. Not crowd risking the spoiling of theblgge.t
ALLISON T. FRENCH.Edltor soMisa'' Inezetta Bowman, of Orlando A few of the several hundred peo- thus not : darkness. Somo .
' UBHCHIPT10N HATES known to- the flying world as ple who were on hand to witness the feature by to the collection \ '
One Copy one Year..............$1.0< "Bobby who found herself;"In Just leap went home; but most of them people who contributed "sore" rich of this country were born I' ..
. One Copy Six Month_............ l.OC Sunday night. When staid. It was approaohing seven- for the> flyers got over .. ::\ men ,
.......... that position and would be much-more '
.110
One Copy Three Month. the outcome, that were born is
When
found by Sheriff Farmer and ye edi- thirty and getting dark fast. inclined to patronize them on theirappearances' poor. The fact you poor
at the poitoffloe at Klaelm she nonchalantly folding up the leap was finally made it was too '
(Entered tor was
would good should rmain'poor.
nee. 'Florida. as econd-claa.. matter.,) her parachute, stopping at intervals dark to see anything but two black if they and hake,then no.reason why you ..
earlier con-
+ All communication except from au- to try and draw a long breath to reestablish - spots, one the plane and; the other their promises to Parrishand The first step towards wealth is a: Savings
tinue carry passengers.
must be,damed respiration which had been the chute. Sheriff Farmer had his
tborlied correspondent, tho sure and
by the writer. somewhat interfered with by her collision binoculars on the plane. and realized Miss Bowman are new to Account. This Bank offers you'a :
Rejected matter wilt be returned. II that the wind had been misjudgedand game, and they, as well as Sam.Tay.
branch of
with broken a pine Save something
a -
triedto regularly
.S called for.' the leaner would land far far lor, pilot, and owner of the ship, safe opportunity.
she ,
tree as alighted.
themselves to the wishes -
Foret-,n Ad..rtl.ln, ReprsentetMt. 1 WSlliam Parrish, or Eddie Fairbanks from "home. Jumping in his car he accomodate regarding non by placing it on deposit where .it will
. THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION | by fly-name, has been doing speeded out past the cemetery and a of the community church services, and interest. .)!'I
with draw
interference
\ '. the parachute leap from the side of mile or so north of it, playing? his
:: FRIDAY. MARCH 23. 1923 the plane, getting out of the rear spot light into the cute oaks in fin(' other exhibition ways made without an effort to put-
; seat and dropping over the side. But, about the locality the was last 'on an disappointments
the
If the first week under '''a commlslonmanager this diminutive miss, who made the glimpsed) while Sam Taylor, pilotingthe but lost a few friends by '
;, form of government i is! leap Sunday, was not long enough to plane, circled over 'the girl to delay

x an index of what can be expected, allis .. IDAHO PETITIONERS GET
fg well. Once more the spirit of cooperation NATIONAL FOREST ADDITION Merchants and Farmers Bank
i r which has done so much lorI : President Harding has signed a
Klssimmee during: the past year has ': proclamation adding more than 250-
cf I, been manifest. We haven't heard sword I 1I I'000 acres to the Lemhi National For. OF KISSIMMEE"A
f.' except optimism. It's a comfortable I set in Idaho. "
\ feeling: to know just where to 4'...:i I I This addition., according United to a States reportof -
I the forest sorvicer HOME
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.'-- _goand to- -whom togo- whenyou! department of agriculture, is the result INSTITUTION"'t
t want to do business with the city, instead I i of petitions made by associations
ivr of finding: the matter at hand I Ii I in the state of Idaho who asked! for
of the stock
in the
protection use
lit(i must be considered by various com Get ranges which were being overgrazedand
!1' mittees. denuded by nomadic bands of
-XXX- sheep driven in from distant points.
The meeting last Monday night of ct L. Your The petitions resulted in a specialact -
the city 'commission looked good from of congress on March 21, 1821:! ,
a number of standpoints. Looked like authorizing inclusion of certain ooooo ooo ooootooooooOtOOOoo ..oooooooo.'oo.EASTER .
described lands found by the secretary -
t.' a regular business concern! Same N\ I! Suit of agriculture to be chiefly valu-
people sitting: on the commission as able for the production of timber or
had been on the council, only not so 1 ,I the protection of stream flow. CANDY SPECIAlS--BARGAIN PRICESEaster

many of them, but there was more Cleaned NotU-t--* In hfreby Iflvcn that the umlrrHlKneil -
actual work outlined than we remem- 1). Andr.will%I p.apply Judge to of the the Honorable 17th Judicial 4' Specials: Assorted Chocolates, 2'X.' lbs., 98c
ber seeing at any council meeting. Circuit of State of Florida, on tin 21 s1 Springtime Chocolates Pound 75c
Just the difference in the amount of day of April. A. 1>. .1H23. for IxttrrHI'atent per
For l'I'oll.rollng'KI""lmm". Athletic Fruits and Creams Pound . . 50c
Tempting
e
4 work an individual can do with proper I Aeaorlntloa. n rnrpnrntlnn or anlaed per
\' tools and without them. Two gent I >nn. not to !>for*. rannrtcti'd profit., The by K'-m-ial unit .\I MMlwl.lIun I>UNnf .|.-- Easter Eggs . . . . . . . .5c, lOc, 15c and 25c
of i'' shall !... to .provide. iithlrtlc II"IIM
,Itlemen appeared, at the request Easter end fosttr and ,-ouraKt outdoor. athtlrn. Liggett's Variety Box $1.50
i, ,the city manager, who had to have l<- .
their requests denied. But they went II .P\T. l I' JOHNSTONK. HAT/: : Hollingsworth Candies (The Unusual Kind)
:i' away smilnig, and feeling and believing J. WAI 1'1.; TIVKKIl.A. .
T KKHNrH!:( Norris' Exquisite Candies.
that action would b
,,. would ultimately, and as soon as possible -- -15-5t-- ------ Park and Tilford's (Made in Paris France) . $1.50
of
make their desires possible
t NOTM': OK AIHII'II'I'II"TltI'nll:
attainment. Under the council KIN it "ISI'llSIIGF:
; system
: the same question had caused a H H"It I. tae Court of nwaty ........ Mate of Specials for Saturday, Sunday and Monday

) little heated argument. Under the I ,, I I Florida: tlaeenla.a". Biggest and Best Bargains In Fine Candies That I
commission system everything was In the KMHte or E. 11. Mnllo)'. deiMnmdNHTIfH .
< IS HKHEHY 01\''';:'>:. to nil have been able to procure in Six Years.
harmonious.
whoin It may ,concern that on tho :2Mh
-xxx-attitude toward Looks Like New"said day to the of Honorable May. A. 1>.T.1023.J. fomer.I shall Judge apply:: One Cent Sale During the First Week in April.Prepare .
The city manager's i d said: <'ourt. an Judtrt, of Pr-obnt. for
enforcement of laws was clearly demonstrated :my Anal dlsrharRe: an Adnilnlnlratl I
iff the eHtate ot..1 i: I). Ma1I.drerasnd.. ..
in the matter of the fire Mrs. Jones, "and the neighbors wouldn't .and that my final at )the accounts name time an Admlnlntra-I will prevent R. G. MINICK 771. :R SoIWoooooooooooooo

expres.ly i believe that it was really an old dress thatI Irlx approval.Dated of said. estate mid nnlc for their .

of I had cleaned. You could have done the same- March 22n<1. A. I). 192.1.OUIIJA .
v hand, was in reality for the good MALl'OY McKEE: oo.oooooo oooo.o.ooo..o..o.
the community. Realizing this, was 1\ thing, John, to an old suit of yours instead of 15-91 Admifi rat rlx
there a disposition on the part of the \ that have "
.
on. - -
one -
buying new you -- --- -- -
manager and the commission to wink
4 at the lawT There was not. But I "This isn't a new suit," laughed her husband -

K there was very evident the determination "It's the one I bought last year, but I
to change the suit to fit the I
k wearer. The fire limits ordinance is had it cleaned atKissimmee

t'a hand-me-down, and now we're going -
to ,have a 'new tailor-made, and I Dry Cleaning

ti an overcoat thrown in. But 'while Forf.Easten\i; ,, :' :)
' we have the hand-me-downs we are i and Pressing Works "" i" . :, : "

'yF pot hanging them out of sight for the r, }j/"/''\ t ,!lt\cr l:tb,4" tighi \! \ I..i.:4
'V" \
: time being and wearing a barrel. i 111111" I If '
Kissimmee has long needed a change I
; in this particular ordinance. The
.; pinion expressed at the meeting wa"
that the whole city should be in the

.' fire limits jurisdiction, and building 0040
permits required for any section
s Looks as if we'd have button' on that f
I new suit Instead of nails to hook our i

t it ;suspenders to.-xxx- Casino TheatreKISSIMMEE

f:. There seems to be no division of .

i'', pinion as to the need for more
. .f, school houses. In fact there isn't any ,
\; r doubt that we need all the buildings Wednesday March 28

t JF', ;which various exponents are urgingThere's ,
: ti r;, { no question but that it is a

!"r f 'fong, long trail a winding, from the
I ; south and west portions of the city i\

! .. to the present primary schools, and KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND You can step into our store right here in Kissimmee and find a
j )' to the high school and grades as well.
':.,, Everybody is agreed that more equip- wide range of New Styles in Men'sVomen's, and Children'slow

1 v" nent is needed by the high school. DRAMATIC PLAYERS
shoes for Spring and Summer wear. Also a big line of
I ".i" Perfect unanimity of opinion exists
!. I r (Regarding the need. But it's a differ- : Presenting The Western Comedy Drama of Thrills, Men's Palm Beach, Mohair, and Tropical Worsted Suits, made
' ; ent matter when we get to figuring on :
A'," what is needed most. It's going to be : Laughs, and Pathos Up in the newest styles and colors, at a higher degree of quality

s/ '_ a hard en u h matter to get any of and at lower prices than in many of the larger towns. .

f them.results. HjrW IJ.to-operation seems impossible will bring that :. "THE GIRL OF THE FLYING X"- 'fw

;' ? any citizens should take the attitude :
1 that they would oppose any improvement :
i in school conditions unless their Uuder Personal Direction of William Triplett

' Q particular recommendations are '
adopted. However, it has been stated :
,. that this attitude has been expressed. : CHARACTERSJIM

: ",,- We don't believe it is seriously contemplated EDWARDS, A Cowboy_____--___MR. A. SHELDON SUTTON

F ,. The spirit of co-opera. : SPUTTER, With a Stutter____--______MR. ALLISON T. FRENCH
tion will soon smother it out if it is. : ZAMBRA, A Mexican Renegade__--__--__MR. WALTER GRIFFIN EXCLUSIVE AGENTS SPALDING SPORTING GOODS
The Chamber of Commerce has beenInterested SHERIFF HOLMES, With Something to SayMR. F. BYRON AMES -

d in the school problem for : COL. BAILEY, A Ranchman--_--___________--____MR. TRIPLETT
,, some time. So have all the women's : ROSE BAILEY, "THE GIRL"...___________MISS LUCY LUPFER
"' clubs. Committees have been apr KOEMA, A Mexican Nymph________MISS MARGARET BRUNSONMRS.

pointed to. study" the question. That's : BAILEY, A Western Mother____________..MRS. TRIPLETT w
the big idea-study the question! If :

.the committees undertake their duties :
; in a spirit of finding out just what is BEAUTIFUL SPECIAL SCENERY
test for the city and the kiddies, instead ;:
,.... .. --
of nonew -
"my way or_ everybody :
will be satisfied and! Kissimmee CONCERT ORCHESTRA -
will take one more forward step. And :
ln a, little while) we can get all the ;: Fred S. Gilbert ,

things we- need. \ THE DRAMATIC TREAT' OF THE SEASON ;

' EASTER MILLINERY .,OPENING Fr
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA .
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9 Mrs. Woodbeck cordially invites the General Admission 50r Children 25 Reserved Seals 75c \
+ ) ladles of Kissimmee and vicinity to ; :
attend her Easter. opening, Tuesday '
r' March 27.'" This showing will be novelaDel TICKETS ON SALE, AT TRESS ;STORE /
in th4l'fOl'lll; ', of a party, teat being u----) :

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J >WEATHER REPORT er dress, at)McCsnicey'a."r 1' I 4'nSat ; ..

t,3) 'Official, Bulletin of.:daily tem: : Frank M" Hampton '*nof A. B'urk ..

Pfratara and precipitations''fur. city' councilmen of Okeechobee/ were IL

h nlshed by the Ussimmee Cot -. In Klssimmee Wednesday and ,Thursday .
Berth collar, at McCauley's.: operative U'' Weather Bureau on business for their municipality. f
Station for the week endhg.0 Mr:. Hampton lived near this city
Beautiful leghorns trimmed with + Friday,. March 23s 0 over twenty years ago, and found .
shot taffeta, for Easter, at "The Ilat -' 0 many old friends who were glad to .
Shop"" ldre..J. D. Woodbeck. 0 Date Max ton.Prep. see him again' 1t'! I. .
",", Saturday'r Mar 7"-85, 68 .00. "
.
Kalman Nyikos> U In Klssimmee Sunday, Mar 18.87 62 .04 .0 If you 'wan); the best values. in .
:from Burrenland, Austria, visiting Monday Mar 19___89 66 .03 shoes, get Star Brand. In hose. get PAIR
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs..A. t .Tuejd'y. Mar .20___88 51 .00 Holeproof. Ask -McCAULEY. .

A. Dietc. Wednesday, Mar 21.74 53 .00 We can supply Easter wants
J Thursday, Mar 22..8S 65 .00 your
To save on your dry good in dress materials, trimmings, hose,
money Mar 23
t.Friday* 8* U .00.
_ and shoes you will have to visit A. S.Gilbert" J Readings; are -made at 8:00: a. and shoes, at McCAULEY'S. ..

Close Out Sal. m. for the preceding twenty-four The county assessor's office Is avery

C.< Rush, who has, been spending hour. + busy place these days on account SHES
part of the winter here with relatives, J ALLISON T. FRENCH. of the recent ruling of the su.
leaves for Springfield, Massachusetts, Co-operative Observer < promo court regarding listing prop-
by auto. .4 4. 4,44 .....e. . erty. According to this ruling all
property must be listed by the owner
You are the loser if you don't take A. S. Gilbert's. Close Out Sale still with the assessor before April first
advantage of the slaughter prices at going on. and if the owner fails to do this his

A. S. Gilbert's Close Out Sale. Eat at DuPont's Cafe. You'll hnd property. Hence must the be grand Hsteas rush to"unKnown. the- Priced right down to the Rock Bottom. If you

Robert Krit and Harvey Crowder us "In. the Heart of Kissimmee. court house in order to keep from want a BARGAIN in a Good Pair of Shoes this storeis
spent Sunday in Tarpon Springs. They 15-3U relegation to the unknown class.

drove and returned there in Sunday a new Ford night.touring car Miss Kathryn Wyckoff spent over Good milk cow for sale. Inquire atGazette the place to get them. We have placed on 3 tablesin
Sunday with friends in MaitlarK.
Furnished Flat for rent. W. B.larrU office: x center of Shoe Department 437 pairs of Women's
Good milk cow for sale. Inquire at
\ ,-.Garette office.. 14-tf New York.Life_.In.urmce.Co..Sam
W.-W. Marple, of Chicago who lain Gazetteoffice.. -- xMr. .Lupfer, local representative. Utfc Oxfords and Pumpsbrown;; ) ,' black, white; -at 'prices-

Kiatimmee visiting his brother, E. and Mrs. Arthur Donegan motored William E. Couldery, of New: Glas- Men'sOxfords
"i .?* T. Marple, left Sunday for several to Tallahassee Saturday, and cow. Nova Scotia has purchased the that will move them. Also on sale 100 pair of
days' visit with friends in Tampa. remained several days. residence of A. D. Marston in Pine-
Everything to go regardless of dale, having taken poses IIi on immediately. and Shoes at Bargain Prices See the Shoe
Fadeless silk tissues and Everfast The sale was consumatedthrough
materials are guaranteed. Fast colon cost at A. S. Gilbert's Close Out Sale I |the local office of E. A. Window for these Bargains.

*. Ask McCAULEY. Mrs. Fanny Powell, of Rolla., Missouri Strout Farm Agency. Mr.. and Mrs.'
Marston have taken rooms in Kissimmee -
is
in Klsiiimmee
again visiting
The leading life insurance company her at 15 Mitchell street, where they
daughter, Mrs. Howard M. Katz.
of tho world New York Life. See will remain until the middle of May,

Sam Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc For Rent: Two and three-room after which they expect to go to Okla- 9 Pair No. 1834-Women's . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $2.90
Half for homa to look after business affairs.Mr. .
Mr. and winter Mrs.visitors W. L.who Richardson have been, months.apartments.Call 220. price summer* and Mrs. Marston. are very fine 6 Pair No. 1920-Women's . . . . . . . . . . . . /. . . . . pair $3.85

domiciled popular in the Thomasson home returned Gordon Bryan returned to Kissini-! people friends who in their have two made year a great and a many half 15 Pair No. 1971-Women's. . . .'. . . . . . . . . . '.' . . . pair $3.00

this week to their home in mee Monday night aften an at-scnce! residence in Kisnimmee. They are 4 Pair N o. 1918-Women's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $3.85
Marietta, Georgia. of several weeks on business interests devoted to Kixsimmee and to
will -- especially In I in New York City. very Florida, and expect to return. to con- 9 Pair No.. 801-Women's Oxfords . . . . . ; . . . . . . . pair $3.00 #
Klim delight you,
your favorite recipes, for it ia always April 1, is Easter. Get your nw" tinue their residence in this city as 16 Pair-No. 1761-Women's. . . . . ". . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $3.60

uniform. For sale by Midway Gro-* slippers and hose before the rush, atMeCAULEY'S. matters soon as pending.they have settled business I 8 Pair No. 396-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $1.79

cery. 13 Pair No. 523-Women's. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . pair $2.95
tax books will close Saturday.Marc ,
Mrs.James James Jr. 11. Dillard visiting, and Mrs.little Dil Mr. and Mrs. I. A. dough arc making :31. A penalty of five per cent 2 Pair No. 1843-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $3.85
are
son weekly trips to Tampa, with Mrs.
lard's parent, Dr. and Mm. J. J. Clough's daughter, Elizabeth Cotterirran will. R.be Gilbert added if city not clerk paid and by that collector.date.J. 12 Pair No. 1294-Women's Brown Tie Oxfords. . . . . . . . . pair $3.00

Ktrect.Richards, at their home at 403 Vine , visiting a-dental- KpecinliKl.: 10tfdlr 6 Pair No. 1879-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . pair $2.95

the Now things for sport wear at Mrs. 5 Pair No. 4672-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $4.19
bent in
Sugar cured butter, the Woodbeck's Hat Shop. Cal]: a.-vJ *ap

market. at .Bohannon's Ideal Groceryand them. 3 Pair No. 1302-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $2.95
..
Delicatessen. William R. Rush---has added >'onsi id- 7 Pair No. 524-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $3.25 1

George Dayson is swelling with crahly to the looks of hill :Main street' 9 Pair No. 2026-Women's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $1.98
pride these days over the installationof property by the erection of two arbors -
new refrigerators and sanitary one on Main stint HII-! the: other + 5 Pair No. 522-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $2.79 (

food containers at the l Dayson hotel on Lake. rtt {5) Pair No. 800-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $3.00 '
and cafe. --
The best investment you can make 11 Pair No. 1966-Women's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $3.93:
tax books will close Saturday, is a New York Life Policy. Better
Marc 31. A penalty of five per cent than a savings account. S< e Sam 5 Pair No. 1840-Women's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pair $2.85 k
will be added if not paid by that date.J. Lupfer. 14-tfe FOR SALE
R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. -- FOR $.\I."K-"Or 1 KxrlmiiKi Un.. 2-t". MANY OTHER BARGAINS TO CHOOSE FROM, WHERE WE HAVE
Nnuli tim-li Sec I Chlppn llrotli T
10-tf Two weeks more and chance .
jour
will be lost-HO come now to A. S. QarnKit 161UKOU ONE PAIR OF A KIND LEFT
For Rent: Two and three-room Gilbert's. Clone Out Sale. -H.M.K--1-toii-' Ford tiuck. 4 now r,
>> apartments. Half price for summer. --- fires. *2..0.'I.e.. W. 1>. Simmunii.Ilouio ,0-.....
4 months. 0.11220. William Camller, of Atlanta was! t. Ito t
in Kinsimmee Wednesday and Thurs- )
Frank Woodall was a passenger to da)', on business. lie left yesterday TOMATO blur IIIKMOM'M 1 1'I.ANTH.. Orlando Monday morning by aero- afternoon for Saint Petersburg, ex- IlKMisaml A. L. King CvpremilKlan.1.
plane. making the trip with Sam Taylor pecting to retupl to Kissimmet later 15-ltJt: SALE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTH. ;

who piloted the plane during Sun- Poll HAI.K-Pint* I'orto Rico sweet potato i
day's performance. Pimento, Swiss and Limbiireer): plants, ll.r.O per ]..OO;: $t.no ror ING, MEN'S FURNISHINGS,. ETC.
cheese, at Bohannon's Ideal Groceryand (00. Joe Itedleor. 1108 Mabbettetract.
Shaves. 15c<< ; haircut, 35c; children Delicatessen. --KlMlmnifO. lS-4tz

?5c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18I -tl H.\1.FJ--or' will trade for an automobile -
FOR ",
/ ,, .
llr. who recently -
I I B. I. Wilkerson good VOHP plHKu. flrnt rnMconclHIon. j
Mrs. .'.' W., Hill, of Narcoo88ee,left removed from Kissimmee to Miami, At''!): 'Mnrcton. 16 Mitch MONDAY SPECIAL SATURDAY .
SPECIAL FOR FOR
. Sunday, for Colorado, to visit her Is opening offices ,In ,that?city,,.in ,,,the ,ifll street or,IVsO., Ho: <47, Kl. ltu- .
daughter, Mrs. Buckley. Mr and Clayton building, which has just been mee. 15-Ztit: 'I.,
T.'Crochet
100 Cans Talc O. N. Thread
Mrs. Victor Hill drove to this city remodeled and renovated. J'OTl H.\J.E--Or Exchange: Nice house Colgate 1 9 c 2S C
with her where she took the train. In KlHHlmnii'f. I'nrk : also two 5-ronnt Powder ; .can . . . . 3 Spools for . . . . .
For Rent: Two end! t'nne-foont, buuguiuss In bent tthlenc1. Ket'lluiiof
and pi- Klxnlnim''nil r>20(' MnblxttcKtieet
width for
hemstitching-any npartt'lents. Half price vummel'month" . If.-Stx
coting. Nettye Newton, 314 Mitchell Call 220. _.
direct. 13tfRt. ).'l lit $.\LI'- -Duc-lis. )liatcliliiKKKB...
Mis.] Alexander Akeimnn came toKixximiricp 1261 II+ nettlnu liliIllrkH.. DIUPun i
Rev. Cameron Mann. I D. D.. Friday afternoon to attend bred MuKrovte ptico wlnnerH. Hhort' in
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese. of the Mothers' Club U-a, and .while Klorldii Mu r l- luk Farm. Ion.w"od.14Uct

South Florida, will administer the rite help called on some of her: many LYLES V. STORY & CO.
of confirmation\ at Saint John's church friends.Hemstitchingany. rut t ;; \I i.t I'-"O": KXI-IIIIIIKO, : V"r. autoniobllct -
Mondav night, March 2fi. The service --- 'I'd loin, on sit to finlt. Kar-
width, and pi- RU"- and' xiiiiill IIIMIHI. cotner" Klinlliinnil \
will begin at 7:30: o'clock.! Miibbtt... K lMHlntniei. .) '. \\ hahu
cotintc. Nettye Newton, 314 Mitchellstreet. \ .' you to offer U. \V HlioiI'OI I,
tax books will clone Saturday, 13-tf 1.,1., II"t Ida. 14-2t'
Marc 31. A penalty of five per cent ------ --- DRY GOOnS SHOES CLOTHING NOTIONS
will be added if not paid by that date.J. Harper R. Casler was! in Kissimmeo I Inwlt{ S 1 .I,10-with Tno garage new: lotH 6-o..MI 611x180 liuimu-; hot e
visit with
R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. lout Week for an overnight and i-i>'M water glnseed-Iii sun parlor -
]o-tr bin parents Mr. and Mrs M. D. "Cas'' built-in chlnn rnblnet nod lrr>nIIIK BROADWAY KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
ler. Mr. Caster Junior is Pullman board itlladen. eli-rtilc lltrlit ftxturen. -
"The Palm" from .. tin I .* bath; everything, com|plat"
A beautiful basket of flowers was conductor on Royal 11.,1111' to the iii nUto. Small payment
neon at the Baptist church Sundaymornlnll' Detroit to Jacksonville.Ask lon and ternin. ALSO homo for
having been sent by Mrs. Mali Inquire of owner Ito llryaiBlreil
for information on the NewYel'k 14-tfc
W. L. Thorndyke in memory of her -
.
.
Sam ----- ----- _.
Life's latest policy. Lup-
: -- --- '"------- ---- -
who passed on in .. I
daughter Wylena, I'I.ANTI"II! : > MKlflOSUonele 1 plants
March of last year. fer. 14-tfc 12 for i!.',<.. 'I.SO per thousand. pn|>nya. WANT A I.O.\X-01'8Ire to secure n ter planting. Plant an acreage and containing ladles' clothlnfr. Finder
larifiluiproefl, need, fur' packIIITH loan on trove nod farm properly, he. Independent. Best commercial please notify Mrs. W. A. Brown t.
Friday: Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Van Horn of Hlu>it'H "'.'1'.11. LoilKWOod Kla142U. for one year or more Need It to pay fruit Investment In south: fruit l.akeVale... Florida Uox 206. He- w,
Pure pork 'sausage every Ontego Michigan, end Mr. and Mrs. loan to bank as they will only curry brings highest prices. We Introduced ward. 15-ltx '
. and Saturday: at Bohannon's Ideal Ward McCall of Kalamazoo, calledon loan 3 months at a time. Lock Box these grapes Into Florida and
Grocery and Delicatessen. FOR SAL.H--About eighty white L.PKlinrii IBs. oUKhmnn. Florida IS-ltx they have been doing well ten seanonn. The Gazette'a Job department U
Mr. and Mrs.! J. D. Woodbtclc andMrs. pullet and live cockerel, ut u other adapted fruits also; tree
Spaulding. music Gardner, for a few hours, Tues irurHlii. AI;MO. new, 16-foot skiff II. lj\l)Y WANTISI-To take subset'IptloiiM blueberries blackberries, ll/rs/ peaches equipped to do all kinds of job printing -
Professor Roy 11. 1111.....". Plnertnli'. KI".lmm. lor Iho Orlando MornliiK etc. Full Information: free catalotr. on short notice and at reasonableprices.
teacher of Niagara Falls, New York, day. 14-2tx tinel In Klnslmmee.. Straight .... Adapted Nurseries, Tampa. Fla. '"*
H. Wether- '. Hell-I Bl-tf _ _ _ _
and Mrs. K
is visiting Mr. Itcplse" : ( I-: Scr( 'ton. care "" 1 -
books will close Saturday .
his first winter in Flor- City tax FOI: -C.\! Lgnl<<-. fi-room cottnifn.with -
is
bee. This Bundles of old for Bale
March! 31. A penalty of five per cent ItKhMp, water and Imth. <*n utV paper are
. ida but he is so well pleased with his will be added I if not paid by that date.J. pn'tIlt'III. Pee the owner. J .1. HtY WANTKfJ want a bright hust- I LOST at the office of The Gazette; lOc.
sojourn that he intends coming early R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. Richards 403 Vine street. 14-tfc llnir boy in deliver, the OrlandoMollilllK I.Oo1T-Nult case between Klsslnilnee Better feet them while there Is a stock.

next year for the whole season. 10-tf I..f{ HH.IHousehold' And Icltch..nturnlture. ply: C. 1<:.H-ntlliel Seretton In, cure KlKSlmmee.of lasctte Ito. and iinlius City Sunday March II. Call at once; they'll never be cheaper. '
Olive K. Johnson 1231v..t IS-ltx
tax books will close Saturday, L. L. Brown, lineman for the Kis- Mltfhrll Ktl-ent. 14-2tx _______ K
Marc 81. A penalty of five per cent fell IF yotr do any kind of rAr.nlnl'In'
ftimmee Telephone Company I
will be added if not paid by that date.J. FOR HALF.-T..n acre farm with IIOUHA. Florida you should. read The Farmerand
clerk and 6ollector. about twenty feet Saturday morning,; $9011. 1:. A. fltrout Farm AirencPoatofflce )", Htockman. which dials. with citrus
R. Gilbert, city O-tf when his climbing spurs tore from a bulldlnic. x and truck farming live stock 1
in which he.was work poultry and dairying. Mend for free I
eucalyptus tree Easter Comes
and FOR RAI.P:-Clood mlllt cow, for rash sample copy or 25 cents for three Early
Goorge W. Persons moved his Dol- ing at tho corner of Dillingham : Inquirl- at Oasette. x months. Yearly subscription. H.Oil;
andis Mabbette. lie struck on his hip but ------ three years 1200. IMibllshcd twice
lar Limit Store as per schedule aside from bruises was not injured.See FOR BAI.K- SOO acres good pastureland ) a month. Address The Farmer and '
now in the new location on Broadway noar Ht. Cloud. For quick: sale Stockman No. 10 Newnan Mtreet.Jacksonville. This Year
in the former Grantham furni- Miss Bandy's new Easter mil- .r>.oil per acre. Florida.Write R. I>. \VllllatnHWauchula. 8-t. Florida.. ? ? 12-tfc A'rl

ture location. He closed the store linerv advertised in another column WANTRD--Man and wife to look after
Monday night at six o'clock and opened of this issue. FOR 8AL.B) For hens Furnished 24-acre farm. Call or apply: Ill .
Tuesday morning in the new Rooms and No Trespass Cards.. 10 Main street 12-4tc Sunday, April 1, will be Easter, and you have no

store without a .hitch in the proceed- Miss Martha Cook, and her" sister, cents each at The Usstt office.Ct-If THF. J. R. Watkins Company will employ - time to lose in selecting your new spring hat to

ings. Mrs.! Byrns, of Jackson, Michigan ---- u lady or gentleman agent InKlHslmmte. .
old-time friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. FOR SAI.E--.ln.! residence properly.Apply : Watklns Products ore wear on that day. .
hats. We have a callers at the Bogue at the office of The Valley known everywhere and our salespeople .- '
Easter suggests A. Bogue, were 3-tf 1
new, and complete line and will be homelast Tuesday Miss Cook Is Oaiette. Klssimmee. this make opportunity big Incomes.! Full Investigate particulars !- We are showing all the latest models in at-

pleased to show you at "The Hat spending her vacation seeing Florida. SECOND HAND OOODB. bought Bold and valuable samples sent free tractive millinery for all occasions. Spe- '
Shop." Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. She Is connected with one of the lalge. and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf to hustlers who mean business.
Write today. The J. It. Watkins Co., cially bought for selection and
of Jackson. your repro-
banks FOR RENT Dept I*. Memphis.. Tenn. 13txMISCELLANEOUS
C. E. Sereeton, circulation manager ducing the newest creations of the best de
of the Orlando Sentinal was In KisBlmm.ee Everfast dress goods, and newest FOR.RENT-One half of the dolt Clubhouse
yesterday on business. con- patterns In draperys, are guaranteedto which has recently been re- signers. Moderately priced. Exclusive new
McCAULEY'S.tfia. paired. Partly furnished. 'III per
nected with hi* newspaper. Inciden- never fade. Call at month. Including garage. Address: IF YOU do any kind farming In models just received.
tally he was inquiring about the high Golf Club. Klsslmroee. -tf Florida'you The Farmer
Scout baseball team, F. A. Nave and ions, F. Arthur and Btockraan which deal with citrus
school or Boy toward arranging game Charles, Paul and Henry, re- WANTED. and truck farming, live stock Visit! .our store today and try them.on.MISS .I ;
with a view Monday. Charles poultry and dairying. Bend for free
with the :Orlando boys' team which turned to Klssimmee Stanford w second-hand refrl .tmvt*: copy or IK cents for three . .":1' ;': ." -
last Nave has been attending; fdk. know Yearly subscription, fl.OO; ,
won the city" championship year.City tor for store Let me months. I
University, and will remain In Klssimmee what you have. B. B. Adams, No. < tbre, year. ".00. Published twice I
tie will close Saturday until I next fall, when he will Broadway. U-ltc a month. Address The farmer and B''AN..il) y
books
: studies in the west. F.Arthur'fola.e Btockman No. 10''Newnan. Street > ,
his ,
March 81. A ,penalty of Ave per! cent resume will Vi ANTED-One hundred live crown Jack.., nvltl.. Florida. 11-ttc . ._
iI that date > continue to operate V. foxes. WyTBairM J j . ,. .
"" ilIbe added jtf not paid by y. Ship ; / '- . l' -
and other truepatchCL "ph. ADAPTBO BUNCH GRAPES brine '
coU.etcrr. thTNaye'tUe-dramed . . them to me G.Ot D..IIf'. ; ford.
clerk lend .
J. etty montbs
E.. Gilbert. ; : ;- T .er, OeorirU *.L 1M. l.-Jtx: paytac sterna clfhfeea a(* .
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-am THE J1SSI1I1IEB.zE'rrE FRIDAY, "ARGg4, MM "..; -:. 1>*..


FLORIDA.ADOPTS . ........................ .............. ........U


III.: ; HIGH SCHOOL GAZE TT E' TRA VE .:rROYISIONS Deal &atio1JJ "


la'' One Of Twenty States To Adopt Square :

l' MARtiI' 'Travel Regulations For People
< :VOLUME KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, 23, 1923 NUMBER, 10I With ContaiiOM Diseases NORTH
CITY LINE
_. AT -
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(I ,, Uniform the
4' NOTES provisions governing
Edltol'-------------hed tapfer SENIOR LITERARY SOCIETY travel of persons suffering from contagious ..-TEXAS OILS AND GASOLINE.
t .Assistant Editor.__.Albert* .Bro lOa .
diseases force over -
are now in
After twelve years of long hard The Lanier Literary Society met in
Reporter. n. work, graduation is beginning to look the auditorium last Friday, 'March a large part of the United States. ALSO. .-
,,
I Twelfth Grade__.Winnifred Denning a little nearer, reality. We Seniors 16, and as it was the time for electing' Florida as well as Alabama Georgia, GROCERIES COLD DRINKS 'FRUITS
Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky Louisiana, ,
at last after four' class meetings officers the ,
n Eleventh Grade.....K.therine[ Miller have new following were
Tenth Grade..Mary Iu1s 13nodgrass and_f ny_ri.ff t-yi_-'unions. elected:. President,_Margaret Sigler; Maine- Maryland,. Michigan, Minnesota CANDY, ETC. '
Griffin 'selected invitations.: We have also vice-preiident, Mae Winn secretaryand Mississippi, New Hampshire, "
Ninth Grade_...Athalia ;
Music Department_. Ethel Owen chosen ipur class colorsgoht'andwhite treasurer, Ethel Owen; critic, North Dakota South Carolina, Ten- QUALITY AND SERVICE OUR MOTTO
nessee Virginia West Virginia, Wisconsin .
,
; and our class flower, the white Miss Leitner; programcommittee,

iJ ,A* we now have an excellent library rose (although!: the "old ring"" still Miss 1-Shockley' chairman Joanna adopted and the Washington Standard Railway have already Sanitary Fancy Corn, 2 cans . . . . . . . . 25c .. f'
cries, "Dog Fennel or Die. ) Hitchcock, Ettamay Suhl Eleanor
about ,
be careful .
returning -
l we want the bodice to as soon as we are Only ten more weeks of high school Rosen and Christine May After this Codeapproved by1 the conference Fresh Eggs, per Dozen . . . . . . 25c

through with them. We are given life for us-but alas: I only two weeks : was the following program of the State of North and Provincial America: health and later authorities Corn Flakes 3 Packages . . . . . 25c ,r''
the privilege' of using these books in which to write our essays! B-t in i Life of Emerson___-.-.Den Snodgrass ,
1 dd'ehould show our appreciation of spite of all the work and grind we I Rhodora ----------....Janet Graves by the United States Health Service New Potatoes, per Pound . . . . . 4c t
this by seeing that they are look forward with eager anticipationto Vocal Duet________Lucile Griffin and in conference with the health officersof

returned.privilege If anyone sees any of the all the Senior social activities, parties : Ruth Herzberg, accompanied by the of United the code States.has also The been essential incor- Coal Oil, 5 Gallons . . . . . . . . . 85c t tAll
picnics, tamps, and so on. Johnnie Bronson. part
t' them
I' the books librarian lying around who will, return see that they to Boston Hymn________Julia Ledbetter porated in the United States inter- Crackers, per Package . . . . . . 5c :

are replaced And let's take care of JUNIOR NOTES Current Events .________Ethel Owen state to quarantine travel from regulations state, to which an- 24 Pounds Good Flour . . . . . . .$1.25 t
apply one
Jokes ...._ .. Sanderson
them nice not Mary
books, keep by uu
class had
our them. If by mistake The Junior not realized other. White Bacon, per Pound . . . . . .18c
abusing any pupil home until this past week that they were FRESHMEN NOTES The code looks to either the prevention -
book let
taken
has any BO popular among the teachers. Wednesday -- of travel by infected persons or GIVE US A CALL : LAST STATION NORTH
it. The pupils _
him be to return :
sure Miss Last Thursday the ninth grade render 1
Leitner was not pleased to the taking of measures to &
need the book. They are here for with the Junior English lesson so she planned to serve a picnic dinner on such travel harmless; to the adoption: -.,
your pleasure, profit, and improve- asked the majority of the class to. remain I the grounds, but black clouds beganto of such general provisions as may 00040000FirsCIass UU 0 oooc o.uu 0 0 000 0.0000 CI 0000000. 0 'Otoo.
them be' in the libr-
ment. Let kept after school. But as something gather so thickly that they were render unlikely the transfer of Infec-

'r ary. _ _ _ _ unlooked-for happened she had them !afraid it would rain; so instead of tion to travellers by towels, -, --- - -.- ------- /
I wait until Thursday. Mrs. Makinson having the picnic on the grounds, cups and other objects of genera
DEBATING CLUB kept most of the class Friday and went over to the Methodist bungalow use; and to the control of food and

r r. r Last Friday afternoon the regular said she was also going: to keep some I where they. had both a good time and\ water on trains so as to protect them t Job Work Our Specialty 'a

1 meeting of the Henry W. Grady De- more of them Monday afternoon. dinner. from contamination by the secretions
bating Club was called to order by There is no other class that the teachers of infected persons.

the president. After the roll call and like so well that they have to MUSIC DEPARTMENT Prevention of all travel by infected ._ .. ..
---
--
a. the reading of the minutes the following keep them after school, so the Juniors persons is so difficult as to be imprac -- -
4 On Monday, March 26, will occur .
debated: think they have a cause to boast ticable. Persons in the early stages .
subject was
Resolved That George Washington of their popularity. But Miss Leitner the third of the series of joint recitals of measles, scarlet fever, etc., may TOURING$490.00
: '
e told them that this boasted given by the pupils of the music and their before othe-
is the greatest man America ever popularity complete journeys GRAY AUTOMOBILE
expression departments. The public F. O. B. DETROITA
produced. On the affirmative side was no doubt notoriety. is invited. i persons or even themselves know that
again cordially they are ill. Persons who have been ..1
( were Park Doughten and Alvin Re- One of the most brilliant affairs of .
diger; while on the negative were NOTES exposed to some acute infection and light, economical five-passenger car of pleasing
school
-- the year is to be a Senior recital
Earl; Babbitt and Harold Wilson. Con- Last the school even persons who are already ill of. embodies modern mechanical
Wednorday morning : I given by Margaret Brunson, assisted ten travel without regard to the appearance that every
sidering the fact that this was the was visited by Rev Norton I Dr.
nn by Mae Winn, of the class of
first time these boys had ever been McConnell. Rev. Norton conducted I'24, and others. This recital will take health of other passengers. Furthermore feature, and sells at a price never before ap-

on a debate, they did very the well. time.They the devotional e'rci".e3" after which I (place the first part of April. It is sons ,why there infected are sometimes persons good should rea- <, proached for equal quality of material and work-
will\ do better next
possibly Dr. McConnell talk
a "Superficiality. )
gave on the first of its kind
I thing ever givenin
While the making their travel l; fcr instance, it may be advisable Its of and featuresof
'. judges were He started oat. comparingsuperficiality the Osceola High: School, and it manship. ability performance
I
decision the critic made her report as to take home to its! parents a |I
one of the d.scanes
to the debaters and the attitude of as promises to be very interesting. We child suffering froni; measles both for comfort reflect the engineering refinement of
of He told us what high '
children. a of
surely ale proud our Seniors.
its owit nuke and for the sake of the
the club. education was worth a day and! also Work has begun in earnest for our the higher-priced; car.
I
II children whom it in If
The judges' decision was in favor what a college education was -vorth. | I visiting. no i
commencement exercises. We
are -
'I 1 of the affirmative. The d..bahhad going provision is made for such cases theyare II. P. SUHL Agent Osceola
lie told us that the four main law to make this commencement the County.
taken much time Mr. Oason very apt to travel secretly and
!
not so of learning' were: I' t JI
bent that has ever been witnessed by without .
I safeguards.The
gave a talk on "Value and Preparation ((1)) Attention. ((2)) Concentration. the Kissimmee people
the
Code forbids
of Debates. (3)) Classification. ((4)) R'OIl(,< absolutely
travel of ill with of the
.tin'l persons any
lie discuEiieJ a number cf
SPLATTER .
Stop! Look! Listen! things that we have not room to men five major quarantinable diseases: .

Here is a chance for any Latin tion. W(> cannot say how much the I :Miss. Leitner-"Vivian, what is a pl Quc, cholera, yellow fever, typhusand I
student to exercise his skill in trans- visit of these men was enjoye I htop-waU-h ?" smallpox e first four because BANQUETS AND DINNER
lating: byl I Vivian "That's where they are not common and when oncentarted
the !school, and we invite them it says-
1: "Si tu me ames, tam ego te visit us! again at an early date. Always I stop and go." (One of the signs a have enormous possibilities of PARTIES
amen, multiplicabimus a duis nos- welcome. 'traffic, cop uses.) epidemic spread and are very disturbing -
: trus amerem." I' to the public mind; and the

2: "Ama me, ama meum camen." Jeanette Squires, after testing the Teacher-"The old saying that fifth smallpox, because in the pres- ;
8: "Verus Armo est aurum simile strength of a transformer figures ,women marry men to reform them i is ent imperfect state of vaccination, the I
Difficilis portiri, et difficilis tenere." that the further the switch is pushedin not true." possibility of transmitting the disease The new management of the Graystone Hotel Dining Room offers -

the stronger: the shock. Pupil-"Why, have you tried it?" from patients cannot be entirely unexcelled service for Banquets and Private Dinner Parties. t
Teacher-"Name some animal and I avoided under travel conditions.

tell how it responds to grayity." Lucille-"May I speak ?" Fresh-Was Longfellow a funny A case for instance, of measles, typhoid A good supply of the best foods obtainable alwayi on hand.
Pupil "The snail. Response to Miss Wvckoff-"No, Lucille." poet? fever or tuberculosis, bringsno
gravity is what makes it crawl so Lucile-"Please, I won't say a St'nlor-Sure. Didn't he make new factor into the public health
slowly.'r I II word." I Mmnehaha?Piedmont Owl. and while it calls for protective ORDERS FOR REGULAR SPANISH DINNERS l 'SOLICITED

measures against traveling patients! I
I ------ -- -- - _
', does not warrant their absolute exclusion 1 I I
00000004000000004rP0 I condition of the Rosypunk canal. Instead HIGH SCHOOL BASE- from trains.
01' of being a beautiful ribbon of The essential protective measures .

4 THE WATCHER O, water) delightful to look upon it is BALL MEET IN MAY vary with the ways in which the diseases aa44444 ooooo o OOtOOo OOO "OOOOOOOOO".*"*
4 overgrown with hyacinths and weeds. are transmitted. They may include J
0000000040000000000A j Ille remembers well what it cost in Walter W. Rose Trophy And Gold isolation in a separate compart- 'c. F. PHIPPS J. II. PHIPPS .

labor, hot air', abraded feelings ami, Baseballs For The Winners Of ment, care by a responsible attend-
The hearts of many loyal Christians verbal pyrotechnetics. In the former Tourney At Rollins College ant, disinfection of bodily discharges PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE
1; were made sad recently when days he had visions of this lovely - disinfection of eating and drinking -
the supreme sacrifice of the atonement strip of water being the parking The Florida State Intel-scholastic : utensils and means for carryingout GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIESFISK
t was made the subject of a mov place where the ships of Lake Toho- baseball championship will be playedat these provisions without gross
ie show 0, the shame of itt! pekaliga bearing their valuable cargoes Rollins College, Friday and Saturday contamination of the ear TIRES '- HARTFORD BATTERIES
ace. would tie up but now in his dis May 18 and 19, eight teams ,

The Road Hog couragement'he can only say in the participating. The Walter W. Trophy There are 140 different farming LOCATED IN SPIER'S ,BUILDING
Breathes there a man with soul so 'Words of another "It might have will be presented to the team problems now being: studied co-oper-
! dead that he won't splutter with been." In order to relieve his feelings winning: the championship. Good baseballs atively by the. United States depart- PHONE 171' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

wrath when he meets a road hog? Of to -gome extent he offers the following will be presented to the ind'vidu ment of agriculture and the state agricultural O.OOOOOOOOO.O OO O.OOOOO OOOO.oooO'OOOO"OOO'OOtOO" .
all the swinish breed there are none words to be I members of the winning team.
sung to the air, experiment stations. These __ ___
more hoggish than he who roar I "Maryland My Maryland with ac- The baseball championships, playedoff studies deal with soil, crop, animal
along the middle of the highway and I compuniment on the jewsharp; for the first time last season is disease, farm management, pests, and Get Your
Job
.regardless of the rights of others I one cf the big events in state high other common problems. Printing from the Valley Gazette.

drives everybody off the pike. Once in The hyacinths are blooming now, school athletics. The best teams in I
a while he meets another of his own Rosypunk my Rosypunk each of the seven high school din I -.-
; --- --
kind and then the splinters fly. The They make good fodder for a cow, tiix-ts of the state, together with one
things: that they say to each other Rosypunk my Rosypunk; team chosen from the state at large
w are true, but unprintable,, being mostly But I'll be switched if I can sec will: \ meet at Winter Park this year.

a recital of each other's pedigree What good on earth you'll ever l>e Uaitow high school "carried off .high )
from the creation; and from the ani- While lying there so tranquilly, honors last year.
p final names they mention one would Rosypunk my Rosypunk. The Rollins club of Winter Park ) *
Infer that each believes that the oth- will entertain. twelve players and one 1fIiettcc

er has not evoluted far enough. Someday The bulkhead fill\ /goes on apace, official from each district beside
I hose chosen from the .
a great reinforced truck will meet I Rosypunk my ; state at large.A .i'
: a road hog and then-bang! After It surely is a busy pace,
Poor Place For A S
\ the collision a grease spot on the KoHypunk my Rosypunk;
)' highway will mark the spot where Hut what hurts more than all beside Two gentlemen of Hebrew extraction :

the swinish one stopped. Moving: Thy shallow water can't provideTo were shipwrecked, so we are told.
picture rights made known. on appli- swim a catfish if he tried For' two days they floated around on .ee

cation. Rosypunk my Rosypunk. a light raft.
IJ * Near the end of the second day one tf1p

I ','Jewer see a seat hog scrooched Thy waters shine in sunset glow, of them cried: "Ikey I see a sail."
down in the end of a pew at church Rosypunk my Rosypunk; "Vat good does dot do us?" snap- ; Down !in Eatonton Georgia

or a lecture lie is selfishness per- I'in mighty glad that it is so, ped back the former salesman, "Ve ,
4. sonified. Then the usher kindly re- Rosypunk my Rosypunk; amt got no samples." you'll find real proof of the 1 .
: r
quests him to move over bit and And the
a we can see people smile splendid
give somebody else a chance to sit, And hear them laugh for half a m'le. wearing qualities of Pee Gee I

he looks up with an expression of But I feel very sad the while, tUSE Mastic Paint. It waa used there some i r
',\ pained surprise, but doesn't budge. Rosypunk mv Rosypunk. nineteen yean ago on the home of Mra
From his blank looks one would take T. G. Green who writes
the ;
Trim for an imbecile who couldn't tell POUN DM ASTER'S JOB letter: following i Ij:j>
Y the bark of a dog from the bark of TI :i
a tree. When the aisles begin to fill IS DISPENSED WITH _..."Mr hove WM p.Ut.d with PM Ce i|.m.
.
t with people seeking a seat he still -...1.......__ 7"' ase.d 1 we.t Loa.......
refuses to move and don't care a Beb Harris, who has been serving SANITARY DAIRY CO': Th. bo_WU1 U b.la 1MM4.p.Mlld to..t cw.dti/.hbostl.....-. \-'

heptad how much discomfort he ci uses the city for the past few weeks in the -ch a lone Una tuu .l>..*... .me. It .... ,
others; in fact he seems to enjoy capacity of city poundmaster, was notified MILK &- ICE CREAM I P_>1M Deed... o.. room. la which ._ Gee ....iBMrtr .* t.;

: it and about the best' the usher can Tuesday by the city manager tfltkm MID. but I twalv want*II yearn fr.....o....to. to rip.mod, _
make him do is to move his feet over that his position with the city would 'I

a trifle for folks to stumble over aa have to be consolidated with another. The eat durability of Pee Gee
t they crowd by. There are fourteen In a general plan of economy the city rea""L l IIH Pain Ie due to Its 60 of Zinc Mastic

known ways to deal with the seat manager, after giving considerable III, la pure Llnaeeel ou and White Lead _lfJ'Ouaci
i hog. First try to reason with him; study to the matter, has decided to MOa Double Pigment Paint. kIp. II S
r. + that will probably fail; then look revert to the former procedure of having
:
i daggers at him and get everybody the city marshal also handle the ..r.111k". .. e i1 W-' {h's ;,' -- P- Gee Mastic' Paint produce a tll..|Ike lisa

c sitting near to do the same, when duties of the pound master. Ha...l which aucceaafuUy treetop the elentsoq doee trot
crack: peel chalk
or oft.
that fails, call two real
men to throw N.. r. G. usa
t.j him out of the window. If that is Quarreled Since ..,...,...c;.. Th. high zinc content circa P_ Coe Mastic Paint
' ; f done the other eleven ways may be Wedding DayMy ATTENTION e Its unusual covering and -wearing capacity. It Is
omitted. If he far te
is an old offender reverse ky most coaomlcal: paint you can .... ;
the order and throw him out FATEHRS
first. stomach and liver trouble madea I for interior wails and ceiling, ass P.. Gee FJ.t- t
t. * regular grouch of me. I was sore koatt the 1oder.. sanitary durable. flat oil tla4i.

f' It Might Have Been at everyone, including my wife and Coos to 24 deep.rleb 'Yel'Y.ty..,solon.

r The Watcher !is worried and distressed we quarreled every day since the Sanitary Dairy milk is u. For laatfB* Anita and bert otectioo,
wedding. She is a dear little and /or rxxs rtnt Boob .pacify
over the prevent dilapidated girl the milk for your folks. .v. /1st w
'I.. I know it was my fault. Mayr's Wonderful It will benefit your baby. e and Cf* CarQi p g'i'
Remedy was recommended for -- ---- --
my stomach trouble, and since taking Your wife and children: .
4 1 it I have :felt like a new man. My will like it and it will be .'
wife and.I now get along beautiful good for
ly." It 'is a simple,. harmless prep- you. 1-WI'
iIJTV rarrnqg jcel'J / ; aration that OSCEOLA HARDWARE ,
1/ removes the.. eatar- COMPANY

f.; ,'J.,.IMENIHOJLATUM and rhal allays mucus from the InfiamatatfonWhich the intestinal, tract '. Kissijnmee; Florida ."u In 1 1ftml

i 1 causes Wetlcally' all stomach,"..UVI1'.nd ' f
J'ireliieviea'' =
a d Varnal'.rhar lS a ;
intestinal. ailments, 1 including ap "" .. fnrEnmtiarsar
7/l4intz .
( -
pendicitis. One 'dote will convince aur i 1r -- - "'-.- . -- -
i or money refunded. J. 2. Boberson, 9 ; .:. ,.-" *_pwNlrt C*;Ui L** vlBa, fry.n ,::

i per s__r y ,........ t.--: ... -,' u4.4nla ta..TUpben , \
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Won *-standing .r.- oWln.' water' ,. tlena-r r(e :*' = . "" It '
[Legal Advertisements I to which* mosquito, breed, or are likely parties tVsjCoui .i.n the Lake of I 1., ---. .'
breed In
the ,City of Klsslmme )'. FlorldfTwIth\ any ot... ti
Florida, 4.anlb.ucb plaoea JD.tb04 aDd In My ..tbjr manner\ than

li...fiee ......... .parties f.treatmj cSaaonstple o f cane pla***; deflolag dlnary? vo" ". I I ;

.,....,.1'._ Jsiatct. CtmHtMortr the putOaWsVent. of all violators.providing. foi/ Sa months a loa4 .t and.::>

C..1sty..s1.iN., laCr..egy1ado BB .*bIACTED BT TilE ,CTTT ing'in'th. .t. ,

.....;,Lo&ll shySectionpptson 1. It COUNCIL shall.be-uiUawfut for(( equipment'parties prior f.,,j commercial*'01 any" )
rporatla
... CompanT'l 'to have, keep, maintain, present the same to the Sheriff: .
ink B. 'Lawton. cause, or permit within the corporate ceola County for Inspection .. ,r 7
.
limits of' t permit to b obtained ,
NOTICE OK MASTER'S BALE! City t> KUilmmee any collection from ..
of standing or dpwlng water In cer; and providing for the
.
fotle*virtu Isbereby. f. final g riven that of undarby which mosquitoes breed or are likely and destruction of all such .:i,..
4crs for
** to breed, unless such collection of equipment. that may b* used ";".". '
.ur.. entered lnth.Uertala on th* 11th _day ofuaryvlUS water 1* treated so as effectually to said lake without such 4 .. tr
cause prevent such breeding .. spection and permit first .
ly pending In the Circuit Court, Section 1. of said ;
Collections of water In copy proposed act may
ntcenth Judicial Circuit, Osoeola which mosquitoes breed at my office In the State ,
or are likely M
inly, Florida la Chancery wb.r.lnbdo to breed are those contained In ditches, Ing. Klaslmme, ,,Florida* ".' ;" .
Mortgage Loan Company, a ponds? pools, excavation..,. holes, de IS-tt W. S, j't .,
oration, la and Frank
complainant presslona, cesspools vaults rFr
,
open privy ,
wton la defendant, I will on the fountains, cistern. tank., shallow NOTICE! OK APPLICATION ; 4'I
litMonday In April, 1921 It being. wells, barrels, troughs '(except horse CIAt.'' APT RATIFYING ("
Second Day of the month and a I. troughs In frequent use), urns, cans, AMBIVDMHKfTS TO THE (: I _.aY
sales day, during the legal hours' boxes, bottles,. tubs, buckets, defective OK TI1H TOWN OF .
ale, offer for aale and ..11 at thet
door of the Osceola County Court house, roof other gutter, tanks or Hush closets CITY. Favor Well Earned
or similar water containers. Great
fee decree Klsslmmes',' Florida,, to satisfy Section a. The natural presence df TO ALL WHOM IT MAT ijf.
1 the following describedestate mosquito larvae In standing or running Notice I* hereby given that
situate Florida lying and being: In water shall be evidence that mosquitoes Commissioners of the City of rr '
ola County. to-wltt Lots are breeding there. mee, will apply to the . '
bored Seventy-one. Soventy-two Section 4. Collections of water. In the State of Florida' at Its ... [ore' people are talking.and thinking and,baying the
|hty-nlne and Ninety of Section One, which mosquito breed or are likely be held In the year of A. D. 1 "
rnahlp Twenty-six. :, Range Thirty to breed shall be treated by such one special or local act ratifying lew Overland than ever before-because it. is letter 1a..
Seminole
rdlrtir to the plat of the
or more of the following method as ing, adopting and confirming

porated id and list Investment of Section Company'One IHed. In-In shall be approved by the health. offi ter sen Amendment of the Town. voted of on* by /us-and at the lowest price in its history.; All-steel .;-

.
i office of the Clerk of the Circuit cer.a) Screening with wire at the election held In Maid
netting
art and recorded among the public ot at least 1* meshes to the Inch Ixteanth.dy of December A. : ly finished With baked enamels Triplex Springs] !
orda of Oscnola County: also LotS each way, or any other material amending the Charter of said ,

of Block*. according"N". of to the the old corrected town ofIreoossF which ingress will or egress"effectively of mosquitoes.b prevent. the. proposed Klsslmmee special City bill and will In and (patented) give easy riding comfort.: ;rt r-fem.V4

of.the. said town Narcoosseo ( ) Complete emptying said amendments as recorded
In the office of the' Clerk of thecult days of unscreened containers every seven office of The.Clerk. ...of circuit \ "i.1
Court of Oaceola County; Flor-D together with their thorough dry. the County of Osceola and Jl DIMS iUrvTrf***. ** fc iltftk'irtk ftbrsty 8.;**/ led ; I
the llth day of January A. :
on Florida to the
Ing or cleaning. pursuant
,'eltuate lying and being In Oao- (e) Using a and R. 0. 8. 19SS. shall b* taken t -. tf. '" ....... I
County Florida. applied under the direction of the cepted a* the amendment *o .': --f.<< f-i I
'erms. of sale caah. Purchaser. to health Officer. and In and by said special for deed. (d) Covering completely. the *ur* further provide that all the ..; .
ated this Slth day of February fare of the water with kerosene, ings with reference. to the .. : : ."
i. petroleum or oil said charter amendments shall .w ..
paraffin
once every I
t W. J. STEED are validated approved and '" lj
seven days .
Special Master. (e) Cleaning .. sufficiently This the ICth day of .. :.:c., Hi, .

'llcltora DICKINSON for Complainant.A DICKINSON. 11-St and other free obstructions of vegetable and growth stockIng 1911. A. R. OJL : 1.: .j; i.!.'

mosquito destroying fish. II. M. KATZ. I :rs 5 .u,. .II ....': .
the County Judire'a Court Oiiceolalunty II) Filling or draining to the satisfaction Q. W. : I '."' ,".'" '
Florida. In Probate. In the :'
14-91 .; '
of the health officer. e.. I
of W. Corl. ,: ::1JIMti.
tier of the estate Henry disposal by removal NOTICE OF APPLICATION .

OKIDA eased 'Citation.TO: Nellie THE U. Corl STATE; CharlesCorl OF broken destruction or ,empty of tin bottles cans, ,tin and boxes similar or, DICED lift .tMiltt Wl CtfH tW .la Htat / t* .. TiltAi FJb ,
.
; Edward Beebold: Nor M. Mee- articles. likely to hold water. Notice Is Hereby Given u.. _' -i .
Id Calhoon Seebold: Catherine Seed A. Abberger, of
; Section II. In cue the person purchaser
(Bentley>)>; Cordelia Seebold; An- for the condition of premise responsible ficate No. 1.29. .. the trd )
on !
i C. Johnson; Frank Corl; O. M. Me- which mosquitoes breed or June A. D. 1918? his: filed Ao
are likely .
,."y; Frank McCauley; Anna Mo- to breed falls or refuse to take necpeecary ficate In my office, and has LUPFER & '"" .i
.
(OfTsll Charles F. Scarboug-h; PRATHER .
for
.uley ; measure to prevent. theirbreeding plication tax deed to Issue
,nra Shlasler; Belle Oussford; Verda within three days after cordance with law. Said ..
arlaworth: Ida Oesford; Iden Scar- In writing has been given him notic. by- embraces the following KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA t
_ugh; Helen Bcarboua-h; Alice West- the health officer, or within such longer erty, situated .In Osceola : ;? i :
111 and all oth.. Interested; ida, to-wit
:
U; ARE HFItEBYcited: rpersons and admen- speclfled time' after lit the such notice notice, the said as may person be Lot 1 Block "Y", Patrick's DRIVE Sli QYERLAND :AND REALIZE THE DIFFERENCE..

.d that Albert Dlefendorf a. exe- responsible: shall be deemed guilty of to Klsslmmee City.
tor of the above estate, has Died a a violation of this ordinance and for The said land being assessed
titles to take charge of Lots I and each day after the expiration; of three date of the Issuance of said .. .
and the North half of lot 10 of days from the day on which such notice In the name of Mrs. W. C. 4
lock It. of the Town of Bt Cloud. Osnla iS'Klven him. or for each day after lei said certificate shall be .
County. Florida, according' to the the expiration of. the time specified In according' to law tax deed
corded plat thereof and In said pe- thereon on the (1st day of HILL
the notice aa the case may be, that the GETTING
lion also elks for authority to sell D. 1911.
person responsible falls or refuses to
ad dispose of same In order to carry take such measures, the said person :1: L. ': ENTRANCE II a
Bt the terms of the Will and effect responsible shall be deemed guilty of Clerk Circuit Court.Oaceola
distribution of the a.seta of said east I ,
County
a separate violation of this ordinance
TOO ARE COMMANDED to spar By B H. BULLOCK. Of Rock Arrives And i
and In each such failure I or refusal of Ojus
In the above court on the 11th the I e the health of (SEAL) Immediately Placed Under 1)1- I I B. B. ADAMS
y ot April, A. D. IfSl. and show rPi.c I ;authorized to take necessary
of Manager DouJtl>ten
If said NOTICE TO
have -
use any you why petlon
steps to prevent the breeding' of mos- SPECIALSi
should not be granted.
.
qultos, and all costs Incurred
WITNESS my name aa County Judge by the health necessary officer for that - I. C..rt ef the C.mmtT Judge. carload of ojus rock which was ,
Jtnd the seal of the above court on this shall be charged against the purpose person CSaay. Slate .. "' by Councilman T. N. Clark ,
[he 1st day of March. A. D. 111. responsible. the of the '
old council
(Seal of County T. U COMER In re Estate of passing ,
Section e For the of this
fudge's Court) County Judge. ordinance the purpose Sarah A. Prevail. .. Tuesday and was immediately
JOHNSTON *: GARRETT the condition of person any premises responsible I. the for To all Creditors Legatees, hauled to the cemetery end ,' 15 Pounds Irish Potatoes . . . . . . . . . 38c

Attorneys for Kxecutor. l-6t or person. In using no or occupying using the same; and Demands all\ Persons against having said : under the direction of the city Sack Good Shorts . . . . .. . . . . . . . .$2.40 +
case person is or ocuu
This rock
You and each of .. was designed
MAHTRH'S BALK law n .1 entitled: : I to.,the the..I Immediate person who possession by tilled and required you which are : ; a road from the brick high 1 Gallon Alaga Syrup . . . . . . . . . . . 75c 4
.
Under and by virtue of a decree ofreelo.ure.snd of the same; or. In case thepremises claims and demand I to the new east entrance to the 2 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes. : : .25c
sale rendered and en- are used either of you may have . Hand-packed . .
or occupied by two
and far
tate of Sarah .. as beyond as it
lion. A.
Bred on July llth 1)1I. by the Prevail
,harla 0. Andrews, Judge of the Clr- or or more from tenant.ground of a appurtenant common landlord to a of Osceola County Florida to reach,and was part of the plan Small Size Van Camp Milk . . . . . . . . . .6c
nlt Court In and for Oaceola County dersigned Executor of said that of the
cem
house occupied by two portion
'lorlds. In Chancery In a certain of a common landlord or more then tenants the- within two years from date , .a -started by Mr. Clark. 1 8 Pounds Snowdrift Lard . . . . . . . . . $1.45 '4
whereinrJohn Dated January S4th. A. D
I In said Court pending
cause Wilson, Edwin It. Wilson and O. spojislble landlord; for each the tenant part of however.the premises I. re- O. F. wild jungle which graced ( T) Good White Meat, per pbuhd . . . . . . . . .17c
A. Ltmmon. as Executors of the last which he T-tt ,. . of the cemetery farthest from
occupies to the exclusion of I
win and testament of Thomas Wilson, the other tenant: Provided That Incase has disappeared that portion I 10 Packages Washing Powder . . . . . . . .38c

'deceased', E. bonegan, were complainants Pat Johnston, and Klsslmmee Arthur -- tenant the under premises a yearly are or occupied monthly by tenancy the NOTICE OK SPKCIAI. li'I!' resenting one of the most l.eatt.1 10 Bars (small) Octagon Soap . . . . . . . .39c

Cattle Company Gus Noyes and or under a lease for not more Notice I I. hereby given that appearances of any part of .
, William 8. Potter were dHendantsythe thana year or under any lease whereby apply at the next session of and standing as a testimonial of i Good Bulk Ground Coffee' . . . . . . . . .25c
undersigned will offer for .ale and sell the lessor Is Legislature,' convening In
expressly or Implledly work in beautification
' to the highest and best bidder for cash, obligated to keep the premise In repair for a law authorising the City car. 2 Bottles Olives . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,.25c
In out by Mr. Clark as chairman (f
In front 01'the Court House doer and the collection of standingor slmmee to Issue bond., for
Klsslmmear Florida, between the legal flowing; water In which mosquitoes nose* s* mentioned In committee of the erst r
hours of sale., on the) Ind day. of April., breed or are likely to breed I* owing to General Statutes to an amount council. The lots in this oec-j YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED ;
Itil, the fallowing d.seribed'raal es ceeding fifteen cent of the .
per
the disrepair of the building, or build. have been staked off alld the
, t.t. situate In said Osceola County, I ings or to any natural, quality of the value of all real and personal .
Florida, to-wlt I premises, or to any condition that ex- ty within the City of .. entrance not only provides easy
All of Sections eighteen (I.>)>. tw..ntr.-two. CSS),- twenty-eight I lered Into possession or to any thing at the offices of Messrs. relieve
' JO all of section. congestion during '
(It) >)> I the toedCity Attorneys.A. .
done on premises by the landlord
thirty-two (II) except the Northwest during the existence of the tenancyor B services ia any part of tho B. ADAMS:
quarter of the Southeast quarter of lease then In such case., the landlord J. .. HAN8ELU Mayor City Manager uJht"n B.
aid section; and all of section thirtyfour It- Is the person responsible. Provided President Pro Tern of Clt y consideration various inethv I
(14),-sll being In Township
further; that any person who has of supplying water and thereby
South Range 11 East.
caused to exist on any premier of I beautification No. 6 BROADWAY e
JOHN 8. CAOKU of the
cem
which he Is not the owner landlord, SOUTHERN: UTILITIES t
It-it Special Master In Chancery.In occupant or tenant any collection of which with its wonderful natur

Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of water In which mosquitoes breed or Notice Is hereby given that I could eani'y! be muda one
likely to breed I. nual
are responsible as meeting of the
Klorlda. Circuit Court of Oaoeola Coun. well aa the owner landlord tenant, or SOUTHERN UTILITIES Moat beautiful spots in the
ty. In Chancery. Bill to Quiet Title I occupant, a* the case may b... will be held at the office of I Plans are under way to se
J. D. Chunn, Complainant vs. W. G'I Section 7. For the purpose of enforcing . Klsslmmes. Osoeola a permanent sexton for Rose
Wicks and Myrtle H. Wicks, D..nd-I the provisions of this ordinance ida, oa Tuesday,- March I7th. I and to out continued im
of Publication.
ants. Order carry
the health officer or his lawful II o'clock noon A'for the .
pearing by sworn Bill of Complaintthat I' sub-ordlnate. may at all reasonable rectors for the ensuing year .
W. O. Wicks and
the defendants time. enter In and upon any premiseswithin the transaction of any and all
Myrtle 8. Wicks are cltlsens of aStateother his Jurisdiction. that may come before the ... ASPIRANTS

wlt., the than State the of State New of York Florida but that too of Section a ;violation t. Any of this person ordinance found, as guilty described New York N. T.T., February W TAKE POSTAL EXAMS THE: DAYSON HOTEL AND, CAFE:

their address Is unknown and thatthey In section 6 hereof, shall be tt-tt ..
0'tw.ntyon.. and two took the
are over the age men women
by fins of not less than
punished a one
..ara. These are therefore to com i dollar ill) and not more than twenty- NOTICE FOR \ IDsHesled service examinations Saturday has just finished equipment with sanitary and up-
the said W. O. Wick. and
Rand.you 8. Wick., to be and appear to I five Section dollars. $15)This). ordinance shall ben appointment as carriers and to-date food containers and ice boxes which would
bid will be received There
is for
a carI
Bill of Complaint on Monday vacancy
the 10th Pro-Conl..o day of April.will A. D.be ltt enteredagainst orDecree I,' the full thirtieth force and day effective from on the and day after on ten Board a. of mo.County Monday, April.. 2, ... I I at the present'time in the local do credit to any big city. The public is cordially

you by default. Done and ordered which It a i Is first approved.Read time In open. eBlon. Installing water system on I The young men taking invited to call and inspect them at any time.

this the let day of March A. D. and by unanimous consent (the Rules. House sueae4'. Specifications were: Combs Young,
I.... J. L. OVERKTltEIT.J !: being waived) Its had "v apnlylne- Clerk of the has been acting in that capacity
was placed Snd
upon R L D.
> Davis. Clerk Circuit Court.Solicitors OVERSTREET the of Sam G. R. DAYSON Proprietor
for li-St reading and final paaaage and unanimously by J. L. OVERSTREEt resignation Lupfer,
Comflalnant. passed this
(Copy of Official : A. D. 1923. 14-lto Graves, Hunter Dillard, James

J. M. HAN8KLL. Uly Chapman F. S. Ledbet- Mk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS President pro tern of Council. C. A. Williams Joe David and

I. ('*.... e, the ('...tF Judge Oare.lafsvs.tr Attest J. :R GILBERT, Clerk. Campbell. The young women
took the examination for
..
State Florida. ap-
Approved this -2nd day of March. \t23.RMAL .
( ) A. 8. OILUKKT.It as clerk should a vacancy

Byron In A.re Patten Estate Deceased of Bt Mayor Pro Tern. After were Miss Ola Chapman, and 1

To all Creditors. Legatees, Distributee White of Tampa.
and all Persons having Claim. or NOTICE OK APPLICATIONIn examination was conducted by

Demands against said Estate: Elsie Norton of the local postal
the County Judge's Court. Oacitnla Every
You,, and each of you. are hereby no-
tined and required. to present any County' Slate of Florida. In Hr. Ea Twenty-five applications had
claims and demands which you or tate of Johnnie Roberta Bronaon a made less than half that number
either of tn.y have against the Minor: the examinations.
state. of Byron A. Patten deceased. Notice la hereby given to all whom Meal .
- --
late of Oseeoln County Florida to the : It may concern that I. Mary D llron- OFFERS FREE CITY TAXES
undersigned Executrix of said estate ton, aa Uuardlnn of Johnnie Roberta
within two f..ar. from the date hervof HronHon a minor, will on the 9th day COURSE IN BOOKKEEPING
Dated Jan 19th, of April A. D. 1911, apply to the Honorable
T \'Er' J.9lM s, I IIIt T. L. Comer, Judge ot County grove men, young busi-
Executrix. Judge's Court In Klsslmmee, In ...Id
other citizens Flor ,
Bounty, at Ten O'clock A. M. or as men, and
NOTICE) TO CREDITORS soon thereafter as the matter can be desire to know how to keep:
heard for authority to sell at private can secure a scholarship
I" Ce.r. ef the Cavaty Judge OsecolaC sale the undivided one-sixth Interestof correspondence course in book-

..*r.re State Estate e( Florida.In of I In the Johnnie following Roberta described Bronson.real a minor estate through the general exten Notice is hereby given that the Tax Books

JAMES D. FISHER. DECEASEDTo In said County to wit: )JJf.flp' and give division of the University of
All of Block 14 of Robert Bat '
all Creditors, Legatees. Distributeesand if is made dur-
all Parsons having Claim. or Addition to the Town of Ktsilm- stomach a ., application These scholarships enti for the City of Kissimmee will Close Saturday,
Demands against said Estate: mee City being a part of the NEVI
Too aad each of you, are hereby notified of the. NWV4 of Section 12. Township rlrr'g1/ia. ... holder to free instruction; /'
and required to SB, South of Range IV Eait , ... the student must for
present any pay March 31. A penalty of 5 per cent will be added
claims and demands which you. or ALSO: All of Block S of a H.Butler's' /west" In ._ books etc. Scholarships ara
Addition to the Town of
of have the
either against
you. may ... in commercial arithmetic
estate of James' D. Fisher, deceased, Klsslmme City except beginningat offered
late of Klsslmmoe.:! Osceola County the NB Corner of said Block S, % English shorthand and to all taxes not paid by that date.
Florida, to the undersigned ExeoutoJ run West 100 feet South 100 feet Help t* .i. .
of said estate,'within, two years from Ea.t 100 et,and North 100 feet
the date hereof. <., , : to the place of beginning 11M ,'.*.!.*. :*UB*| applying for a scholarship age,
Dated ..D., l M.-\.' '* ALSO: That part of OranteStreet .. lIMa" and statement of previous
FebJAMES asaltpe .
M.; WILLBON.lt ; lying East of the A. C. L.Railway .' '" should be given.. 'r" .
! .. ; :\ ,t, fair a..cnator". which said street wae, farther information address '
closed by resolution of City Co,"", f
Il iraciAb UCQISLATIOH. Wl ot Kisilmmee on ISth of April General Extension Division, Uni
! OTlCE.or.', f 1ItI. of Florida, Gainesville Flor 1-
) J RNCILBERTCity'Clerk
.T U' RJI HEREBT given notice that Which application will be based upon .
+
:
I II will at the next aaToni 01 the Legls'lature the.Petition' ,,(or sal now on file InSatdCourt' 1 r
' ,
I the of the of State a law ofFlorida prohibiting apply hogs for Dated* this Ith day of March A. A reports is that Hen- ;1

1121 director ot .
passage Chamberlain
from at large la Oeeeola County .Seri "
MART D. BRON8ON Commission b "
paovldlnr.for Impounding,, of said Crime an- "' '
hogs and thereof and" ptakisgowner KRIBB8 801l.tUlrII* STEED.,fOi'!Ovar41all. QuardUn.H It-It ) for.the statement tiaa&.u.. and Tax Collector; ',->
teraey
of Mid hog .f murders in Chicago have ." .v'
: -"*
damages ""..u... atlarge. ,,4 .4*"e M !w1'
} .d .law NOTICH or PBCIAb LEOIaL4TIO1I 61' 1A'ItuM"Atat _. .
'
of
,A., Copy- s "" "
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. .........; Seen at m7'': ofOeoeela'County Hotiee ,.'. .Win s' :;of t"pro'IbiUo'rnd;t "lor "- ."" ."..,- ; , -:2.: ";,..._ 0 ...., .
...._. Is) 'hereby. given ''that X \ ; dQcIbI.1 i zobberY'. pc1 '.burg-1
\ o '':apply at th,!' xt's.gkion.t th'.slat. '
reepeuslete'A decreased.-
:it'* have substantially
la I.ItI.
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F EIGHT THE KI3SIMMKB VALLEY GAZETTE: FRIDAY; MARCH 23. .1.2Ji ,

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f . ,. HONOR ROLL SHOWS 1
I AROUND TOWN"Mrs. t 1 Woman's Club Notes GAIN SIXTH MONTH '

I .
\ Celesta J.. Fripp king PAUL, STANLKT,
y .
< Yes, you can get almost anything Club Reporter., .. Lixt Of Pupils In The KUnlmmee ,
you 'want in .town except. a country ; School, Who Record! Place '
h dinner. This rare treat some of ue Arrangements have been made by Them. Oa 4!_.r Roll Grows *
., had at the W: L. Wfetherbee home last the president with Rev. Roland 'Nichols ,'f,:
: tr' week. Wetherbee home, "Sea Breeze," of Winter Haven, whereby he hat The sixth month of the school year'
i ; I.- near a minature sea, indeed. Cool consented to come to KJsimmee on showed considerable increase over the STOPHold ,
I and restful! '' Such a spot as in Florida April 6 and give one of his famous fifth in the number of pupils whose '

:'I' abounds ,, lectures at the Casino. Dr. Nicholswas record entitled them to places on the .
in Kissimmee about twenty years honor roll. This roll is bused upon .
Beauty lies in the eyed of the be. ago when he conducted an avangrelistic the factors of attendance,' promptness '
i .- holder, we are told. Possibly music meeting with wonderful Juccssa scholarship and deportment I
/' is attuned to those with ears to hear, and then again he' was In Kissimmee and is a coveted honor by the pupils .
r any way my little friend, Gallon, only a few weeks ago and' made a from the primary grades to the last
brought me the other day, his 'week- splendid talk before the Woman's year in high! school. The list for the
'.I,I, I ,i old chicken to admire, saying; "You Missionary Society of the Christian sixth month follows: ,
knew I had it didn't ? You heard of Christian
you church. He is pastor the First Grade Felda Sessions, :Merle
it singing! Winter Haven and Burin :
church at :?
T f __ 1Ianllo'II, Catherine O'Bryan, Eliza-
the is the lyceum platform -
) The Florida State Federation of summer, lecturing in on the/ large cities' of beth Muller, Brownie Carter, Betsy
;
i Ij Women will send five to Tallahassee will be May, Inez Padgett Ruth Forgus, Ag
I women the east. It a rare opportunity Your and Wait
I to lobby for the passage of for the people of Kissimmea, to nes Everett Nolan Margaret RichardsonVilbert James, Money
Stelfee
\
;,ji certain bills. One of these is concerning hear one of his famous lectures. It I Il Clay ,
I the Bible being read in our l is hoped that there will Le a large! uttendancc. Ropers, Thalati Shipman, Jean Knjr-
Bertie Pad-
land Robert
Lee
public) schools. The Dallas (Texas) Joiner
1 News tersely remarks: "Some of us j The fine arts department will meet gett,. Richard Croxton, Freddie Lo-
.: need to be reminded that legislative at the Chapter\ House at 4 o'clock renze Keese Johnston Harmon Yates
permission is not to read J Tuesday afternoon. An interesting Joe Shuman, Ordia Bass, Carl Bowen,
necessary
'I' the Bible in the home." is being prepared by the Wilbur Johns, Willard Jordan, Oscar
program
chairmen I of the several departments, Kighlmirc, Gay Tison Lum Rogers,

i. Mrs. George T. Sigler Mrs. W. L. and a most enjoyable afternoon is Avolet Austin Blanche Cotter Johns, Lucille -, I Something Big is Coming
r Paulk and Mrs. L. 11. Ingrum were anticipated.At Durrance, Marguerite
hostesses for the literary and social the last meeting of the Woman'sClub Eunice King, Gertrude Miller, Evelyn .
meeting of the Methodist Women's Congressman W. J. Senrs very Newsom, Hazel Smith Elaine Brown
Missionary Society at Mrs. Sigler's kindly )presented the club with a Virginia Hall Iris Allen, Azalea Wintiy -
home on Mabbetto street Monday afi\ I i large number of packets of flower f Rhudine Vickers Florence Ian Next Week
'
ternoon. Mrs. M. A. Clark was leader {I needs, and the same were distributed I Ida, Adelaide Wages Agnes Richardson .
Eunice Phillips, :Mabel :\I oLallgh.Iin -
of the program with "St. Marks j to the members present and very
Wesley House in -New Orleans" as ,,much appreciated by them. However, .' Vera Maltby Dorothea Belle i
topic Mrs W. L. Richardson read'there were quite a number of Katz, Lessie! Johnson, Louise Buss,
an interesting paper on New Orleans, Ir |Heft, and it is desired that all rackets I Cecil[ Shipman, John Kelly Roberts
A 8 and valuable information was given hers of the club desiring these seed, Rodney !Sharpe, Benjamin Cooper,
i r I' in readings and talks by other memo I ILCr call I at the Chapter House and the Andrew l Iemoine.Scrond .
!!. New Orleans, we are told is | name will lie given them by Mrs. Sunborn. tirade; : Kstelle. Arnold RuthStl'ph'nKOn ,
I Elizabeth: Smith, Kath-
I probably unlike any other American < Watch For ItWait
i city. While cosmopolitan to the extreme j, There was! n meeting of the civic eryn Smith Gladys Pope! Emma Sue:
"J' yet to the extreme is it entrenched ..department Monday .afternoon culled :Millard, Buutrice Luesing, Hazel Hall,
l in the religious thought and by Mrs.: Ethel Starbird. Another Ruth Dcyoreo Verna Dunance.Ilildcgrade ,
customs of its early settlers the I met ting will be held on the !>th of Chapman, Virginia Car-
I French and Spanish immigrants. The April l. at which time some splendid ter, Fiona Burrows James Barker,
Catholic church; through its fine organization plans for the work of that department :Millard Tysno, Musto Brunson, Ed- i For It
has made it difficult forProtestantism I, will be made. ward ))riIlKeJos. Donald Phillips, LeoMansell
r to !gain foot hold. The club will give an Easter festivalon \ Raymond Sha.Voodrow I
j i the Saturday afternoon and night Tindall Jewell Simmons, H. A. llcss,
t t, : Very enjoyable was the social tea before Easter at which time there Ned 1'Vrtic, Thomas Richardson, Betty I
held at the Chapter House Friday I will be an Easter egg: hunt for the Newby, Margaret Merrill Hilda !
afternoon when about forty children and 1 ire cream and cake and 1Ial1lt'll.) Ellen Geiger: Marian Carson : Sharen It :I
members and friends of the :ladies-I strawberries for sale. Further announcement Rosalie Carr Katherine Butlei..
Club-gathered as guests of - will be made of this in\ Billie Stratton Thomas Hightmire,
ident. The meeting was social next week's columns, Harry Watson Leolen McCullough.Third I II
and entirely informal. Regrets were.. Grade; : LuRue Cole, Thehna I !I' I
received from several who could not FAMOUS QUARTETTE Yates, :Margaret Pope, Edna Barclay, I II
come because of illness. Mrs. Aker. I I DeKheta Ahll'rJnuIIIo'ri.; .. Le Yow- I -
:. h man vice-president of the (club came TUESDAY AT NOON l'1I. Hubert Smith, Rene JA"dhet\l'f. I I II
from her Orlando home. She is much I Alvena Yates Rosalie Hilton Dorothy ) Ij

.i I interested in the state. federation Silver Quartette Will Play At The Myers, Olive Bowen, Jnconetta j
work and gave us much information Aultman Edward White John :Muller
Band Stand When The !Salvation
?, About things we cared to know. Mrs. Army Motorcade Arrives ,, George\ Key, Marie Jones Chris-
'I f. Akerman in one of five women who tine Largent, Bernice McFarland, H
\ ; ;.:: will go to Tallahassee to. lie ID securer -- Eula Simmons, Myrtle Fottner Flem- I DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
Commissioner Thomas Estill. of the
passage fo the following bills: ing Brooks, Ted Ilirlzel, George; Rteffce -
1-An appointive Board of Educa Salvation Army, with Mrs.! Estill will : Emorv Tyner, I Leroy Burroughs,
.f tion. (, peak next Tuesday noon at the Sallie Barber, Virginia Hannah', I Helen -
t Broadway bandstand. CommissionerEstill
l' 2-A department of Public Wel- Hansell.
i is a world famous figure and is
fare. Fourth Grade; : :Margaret Peterson r
i 3-A Children's. Code Commission j second in command of the Salvation Mary Frances Smith Elizabeth Buss, I
Army in the United States. The visit
?" 4-A The informal Better Marriage Law. intermingled I of these officials is a part of a Motor Quirk Emma, :Mary Woodall Barclay Leslie, Benita Joiner Cooper Bessie J
program was (; G. W. PERSONS
Squadron touring the couth: this winter : COMPANY
Mae Mildred I-
; with jests, fun, and some Margaret Whiddeii : Lang, :
talks in serious vein. (I I 1 I The silver which Carr, Ruth Yates, Kstel ijirtzel, ;
Mrs. J. E. quartette accompanies Sadie Alvey, Frances Young, Jack
musical
Lupfer gave .
them is said to be the best in

readings.The matter of school buildings was! |I the country. Major Allen the musical i- Jack Newby Tyree Bill Tindall Rodney Matthew Carr Martha Davis 1I 1-I '1

discussed by Mrs. Leitner Mrs. Lan netist director with Sousa's was formerly solo cor- Richardson, Paul Smithwick Frances .
Band in New
der, Mrs. Morrison, and others. The York City and other May Dale Padgett, Donald Brown I _n' ------ - .- '- ------ I,
the
members -
s. ladies pledged themselves to think of the quartette- bear enviable Allen Williams Guy Watson Allen Robert Lee Bass, Lois Jordan Susie Mac able to ue the regular city street WOODYARD MOVEDI .1
seriously as to Kissimmee's needs' Holcombe, Cecil Gresham, Davis Stallings Beatrice Yoder
reputations. The is Florence; force, eliminating the for
public cordially necessity
concerning school Hilbert Butte Billie Bell, Annie have moved woodyard from
equipments today-i invited to attend the speaking and Brown, Bill O'Bryan. John Rightmire, expert engineering assistance my
; : and future days. The Mothers Club I the concert. Rev. J. A. Sutton will ..- -- - - -- - I Fifth Grade: Oliver Carson, Jas. !I I Mr. Doughten contemplates 516 Brack street stilt to 121 .MaIn street,
as a whole, is almost unanimous for preside. Earl Ltipfer, Russell Swain, Mabel repair where I am prepared.to furnishmy
.. :, ,' the two ward schools.' Fansler, Virginia Barber, Bertha' ing of a number of bad places in the customers with 120 veneer blocks ,

t -,!,! of February 10, which "The Bi ler, Carol Griffin, Alvis Hubbard 1oIi1.1 streets already paved, including the I 16-inch, delivered for $3.16; 12-inch s
: .. A pamphlet read' concerning the says ice Bass \ softening of the right angled curves blocks, $2.95. Split for stove-wood, 'l),
? !? ? ble in still the world's best seller, AGENT. WANTEDin Doris Bass, Phyllis Jo the o'
. on highway leaving Kissimmee I
'. immediate', effect of the centuary the demand last year being so great land Marie .McFarland Alta Ruth :j[the south. on guaranteed foil strand; 15-Inch: for <-;
I, movement shows that during the that 30,000,000 volumes were printed Overstreet, Doris Keen, Hazel Kick-i! $3.35; 12-inch for $3.16. Get ygUrwinter's
three years 1920-1922 more money yet there was a shortage of 00,00l! ( Kissimmee for the lighter, Raymond Dayson l Richard --- supply now. AU deliver
has been invested in missions home' copies needed to meet the demand." Hilton, Preston Patrick Lloyd Bass ( Subscribe_ for the Valley: Gazette Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12-tf
.
3 and foreign than in any previous fifteen At close of "Notes from the Fiel1"I Orlando Morning SenI I Chailie Bowen, Hilly Smith JohnlStewart - --- -- - -

I, years and gigantic results havealready' a social hour followed, which was HIM licit Bass, William Lang, !
i been attained. When we consider I much enjoyed. I Delicious refreshments. tinel. Reply : Hurry Bert ))111... I
I, this together with what the of ice cream, cake and ho: toffee: I Sixth Grade; : Elizabeth Steffee I Il
Baptist, Christian Episcopalian,Presbyterian were served. Favors of and l Delia Flemming, Eunice Bass, Tholnui ,
,, and other churches have accomplished napkins of green and white green, were C. E. SCREETON I>Davis Betty May Snyder Alma In Time for Easter Selection,
? I in their intensive drives suggestive of spring time and) St. i,Shuman l.eVerte Bit I'M. Henry HI at-
I we are somewhat prepared to under- Come the
1 Patrick's Pay.Subscribe ton Edwaid Champagne, Bruce IK-n- --
; Care Gazette I
stand the increasing demands for the man. Owen S'mmonx; Arthur Fowler
t .
.
t r'' Bible, as told in the Literary Digest for The Valley Gazette -j Ij Ruth Bass, Geneva, Bowen, Ethel; .f <..

Jones, Eugenia Oliver.

:I. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ''Franklin I Seventh Eilwaids Grade; : ,Stanley Bennett Chapman New Arrivals in Footwear
I IIII111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 O'Bxn-I
; IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII (non, I Dick> Stanley, Hazel II ( ,
fjtHJ
-- Quirk, Edith: Bass, Wilhelmina Carson -
: == -- Josephine Griffin Iluth Stra ih, '' for .
== I Styles Easter
--- -- i Donald Walker Cassic Partin (;e.I .
|nevu Roberson.
==
== Eighth Grade; : Edwin Barnes.
,; == -= Ninth' Grade; : Catherine Denning. and After
; Geneva Miller Ethel: Owen, J IrenoSpeiie

: I =_ I !Tenth) Vivian Grade; ; Floyd.Eleanor Rosen. .

IF YOU HAVE MONEY I Eleventh Grade; : Fay Lucas, Janet I

t The Bank With Graves, Joanna Hitchcock ElizabethG. '
T': O Moseley, Theta Phay, Mary !Stan
'f, = the = I ley. Our policy of having a limited quantity of
= Twelfth Grade Arthur Simpson '
it == Ability why not invest it where it will bring you === Lewis Campbell, Lewis O'Bryan, .F. many styles for men, women and children,
S. Lcdbetter Ettamay Suhl.
e =:::; and something and where the principal will = rather than "over-doing" any one style because -

) 1 == == HAWAIIAN OPERETTA I o it is
r be safe. popular gives the
'" you
opportu-
=
Willingness o AT CASINO
TONIGHT j
nity to choose shoes for the family from :-
to Serve DON'T SPECULATE .: ''(;IIo>otll Of Hilo" Will Be Presented I a ;

7 ( 'I' By Saint John't. Choir With Ex- large assortment of clean stocks at a reasonable -
5'' )
i == c i-1 lent Chorus And Dances /
on something that is uncertain and loser price. j

1 = DEPOSITS INSURED your money. The investment that offers = The operetta which the ladies of '
= the choir at Saint John's ys
s. the greatest inducement in the of interest Episcopal
' i ; = way = church will offer tonight at the Casino
i is unsafe and should be avoided = is notable for the excellent voices .1
I == of the cast, as well as for Rome of
We
I pay interest on time deposits and you O the. finest solo dancing being Your
e presented Buy Shoes and
== can draw the principal out at any time.Bring = by amateurs anywhere today. The Hosiery "
principal characters
a in tonight's ,
= "Ghosts. of Hilo"
are portrayed by
'. == us your money. == Mrs. Sam Story. Miss Margaret ATWiIii's
== Stanford Mrs. Arthur Cooper and 'i
:::: = Miss Adah Wagner.One ,,- ,
= of the pleasing features will I
= be a dance of the Lel-mnkeri, by the .,
= little folks while liettie Mae Snyder '
o : and Inez Pugh will be the solo dancers. -


i /1' Bank CITY. MANAGER--- REPAIRS '

of
, / Osceola County >= HAD BOULEVARD BREAKSThe SHOE.CO.

early part of the week saw a .
1 1i few improvements In some of the :
f ":)2 paved streets of Kissimmee. A num- ORLANDO
i 53 ber of bad breaks in the brick on the FLORIDA
Hours 9 Ai M. to 3\P. 'M.I Dixie Highway, on that portion which

i I. north Main street in Kissimmee
ril
I .j s-J t -
i Y' have, been repaired by the street department -
under the direction of The Home ,of GOOD
City ,,. .Shoes, ;
J ,
snager Doughten. His civil engineering >jtr t i ":

t11IiJIIIIYIIIIW'' IIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInlllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllglllllllllllglnnili ( ability i.!!serving-the -city 'conomTcaJly II "'" '. .
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