Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 30, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01109
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'. MANY1MPROVEMENTS ;' Whose'Poems Are Mistaken Foralley's GAME IS APRIL 19 ,, Beginning Next Wednesday the Local WILL LOCATE HEREWill ,

Will Lecture And Enter. ,. MOSQUITOtCAMPAIGN Post Will Give Away Groceries
tain Next Friday At Casino And
Other
Valuable Articles --
New',Boiler And Oil System Practice Will Start Next Devote ConsiderableTime
The people who have read Harold '
Being Installed And New Bell Wright's "The' Sheperd of the Monday Afternoon With Health Officer And Make Something dad, something for In North Toward
Hills," "The of Barbara mother, something for the kid brother
FacilitiesThe Winning Sam Story Captain Sanitary
Storage Worth or any of his other books, SurveysThe and something for little sis- Developing Markets ,?

Kissimmee Ice and Cold Storage welcome who the opportunity those to know the Hey folks, the old baseball Sea Kissimmee troop of Boy Scouts the maybe line-up something as anticipated for the dog. by That's the F. M. Chute owns, a hnudred
man made books possible acre
Ruby avenue son is abcut to begin to tart to commence 14 on the job in the state-wide
Company's plant on Harold Bell Wright was "discovered." big William T. Makinson; Post of the bearing apple orchard in WUtervllle,
improvements whichfit I The first game will be pulled program looking toward eradicationof
is undergoing American Legion. Kings County Nova Scotia, and shipsten
when homeless friendless and
a unknown -
,
nicely into the general getting off 'on Thursday afternoon, April mot luitoes. Last Friday night Dr. .thousand barrels of
Beginning next apples
"better and better" scheme of things young man, by a gentlemanwho 19, three weeks from yesterday, two II. S. eiger, the city health officer 4, and Wednesday April ,He also has twelve acres of strawberries a year
him his continuing -
took Into own family ; every Wednesday
weeks from next Thursday. Get the met with the troop and outlined] to
'
in that section of municipal progress.The but his winter
until is
sent him to college and found him his something else happens, the le> specialty rhu-
observer will note signs of something date? That's it. them some necessary work to be don, barb. This he
will season has
publisher<< That gentleman wa.RoI.nd gionnajres give away valuable articles shipped i
as he the pl.nt.on You birds with batting eyes for which the city has no fund. The
going on passes A. Nichols. All of which your At the Casino where they seven tons of rhubarb, the season
the out of focus, and with glass bays over to be of service Im-
workings
eager
his way to Inspect you your will conduct running from the first of January
Roland A. Nichols. a "country store" in conjunction until
of the dredge, and If he stops to tak arms. and whatever other kinks the mediaLly "hopped to It. Saturday with thL latter_part oiMarclu.
,. AH of which. is by way of_saying A good movie"bill. The
winter ba.-Ieft.ln. thlll.othe. a;large number-of them divided Into
what It is all get ,
fa you
a second look sees tbat'w.ben the people of Klssimmee are after a club house and they don't In addition< to his experience as a
of the a go date in your noodles-Monday, April group working different districts of .
about. In the rear plant I want to ask the practical and commercial he
public to themanything grower
to the Casino next Friday night to give
2 after the after tomorrowlThat's the c'ty, made
concrete mixer and .- .Julmber.of, day day sanitary surveys has this
year acquired new knowledgewhich
hear Mr. Nichols in his famous lecture BO they are going to give
workmen have been kept busy build: "The Man Worth While" they the date- for the first practice.and "spotting" breeding places for mosquifoen. the public something. This is just gives his opinion added weight.He t
.
ing an oil tank with a capacity of 17t. will know they will be listening to a you men of last year's team or one of the many schemes they have came to Florida, last fall and
hold future fuel. the year before or other old Thai; scout training\ proved to be
000 gallons, to the man who is not a theorist but' who any up their sleeves to raise money- looked over the various strawberry y
The old wood-burning system is being endhis year so long as you haven't had a of decided value in this survey, and they'll raile. while havea sections. Believing that Kissimmee,
from his contact with humanity money you
replaced with oil, and the Installation experience in the business world, j leg amputated or any other catastrophe they carried on their work and made good time and the lucky once of being a brand new producer in this
of a new boiler is completing a knows men. While there Is a deep happen to you, and you ambitious reports to the health officer which you will get a whole lot more than line, offered excellent opportunity to
Babe Ruths who want to the might have done credit to honest-to-
which has wear
program of improvement inspirational purpose running through your money's worth. The whereforeof study the possibilities and get in "on
been going on for several months, all his lectures he puts into cow-punchers uniform this season- goodness sanitary inspectors. Not it is that beginning on next Monday the ground floor," he' located In this
the net results of which will be a considerably his knowledge that the element practice of entertainment get out to that practice next Mondayafternoon. only did they report places which : everybody who buys a ticket to city on December 26 and began buy.
augmented output. The were potential breeding places for, any 'of the Casino attractions ing strawberries. I-e- has continued f
blended that not
must be so (
completion of the oil burning install while it serves to illumine his subject, Last night's meeting of the Kis found the pe -is, but in many cases they including special- nights which may buying throughout the season, .and '
ation is expected within the next six the audience is kept alert and expect simmee Athletic Association decidedall the mosquitoes themselves i bo given by other organizations) will making trips to various -strawberry
these momentous questions. The they ought in many samples of be patches in addition to his observation -
ty days. ant. His humor is natural and ir- I given coupon tickets. Keep thecoupon daily
of that there water taken from reinedditches
concensus opinion poirl-y
was
The old high-roofed storage room restible, his impersonations true to and pm it fast to something at the platform lie Intend
for two modern should not"1 be any season tickets sold old receptacles, and with a safety pin it to return to Canada next week and
has been discarded life, his narrative and dramatic powers may get you a
but that the usual of getting sion, \::hich contained the ,
the system sack of flour. in view Qf his wide experience and
rooms, one for ice storage and thrilling and his voice deep and depre..j I On Wednesday night
the in "wigglers.
other for cold storage of fruits resonant.To money monthly subscriptions there will be drawings of these cou- his being a part of this first strawberry *
should be used augmented by an auction These sanitary inspection
and the business in Kissimmee his conclusions
Eight lucky who
other pons
meats and perishable. illustrate his "The Man Worth ones are
sale of the be mace weekly the scouts who
by
inches of stone a coat of asphalt While," which he will give under the parking spaces on present with the proper coupons will should prove decidedly en*
desirous
side lines. The plan is to auction are of assisting Dr. Geiger
four Inches of cork, and a coat pi auspices of the Women's Club next get the goods.In couraging to local growers. ,
and the citizens I I
these places off at the first to of Kissimmee to minimize "
game "There is no question In mind ;;
In ,
plaster make these rooms modem Friday night he recites several of his the highest bidder his to have and the few mosquitoes infesting a few weeks the Post will put my
Mr. Chute, said yesterday "that the
In the cold storage character which have on one of the finest home
every respect. original poems, this and talent hers
to hold during the season. A committee region, to ca-cperstu will
agricultural advantages of this section
room, overhead bunkers have replaced often been mistaken for those of est-to-goodness plays that Kissimmee
was appointed to start the customary the sanitary engineers of the state
are unsurpassed. Kissimmee has i
the old kind, and a dry. storageroom James Whitcomb Riley. with board of health. or Florida has ever seen. William
results which one doesn't stop This lecture i. theWIoman'lI papers circulating a placeto Triplett whose the greatest future for trucking of ..
being given by directing abilities
,
the
sign on the dotted line the amountof During week several people
admire unless he's an Eskimo for the benefit of'the shown last any place I know. The few experiments
too long to Club real the backers will kick have told various members of the were Wednesday in theband's
money hereabouts in tile drainage and
f' Lyceum fund in an effort to make up play has been engaged to direct s
through with each and every month Troop Committee that they intend to
irrigation have demonstrated this to y
Interestingthings some of the fosses of the winter's ly- this play, and a presentation of
There are a number of for five months. Last year some subscribe to the Boy Scout fund complete satisfaction and when
around ice ceum course, which course, while most a most interesting theme, with some my
to be learned1 an gave five a month, some two and a whioh is now being raised in Osceola 'that practice becomes generally
plant. For instance, the writer was' excellent In every number, nevertheless half, some one dollar, some more I county, but that no one had been to real acting in it, may confidently be I'm sure this will be the greatest prevalent ,
surprised to learn that freezing: lost money.THURSDAY. some less. That's the thing the fans see them about It. A number have expected.COAST. trucking section in Florida.. The

doesnt destroy life, at least not will expect this year. All businessmen voluntarily come to committeemenand soils are as good as any I have studied
quickly. Both J. E. Davis, one of the CLOSING I present thought well of the plan made their subscriptions. Thereare LINE WILL and a greater variety is possible
proprietors of the company, and L. B. as they realize the team last year undoubtedly fifty people more than most anywhere else.. "
Jordan, manager of the' plant ..flnnthat was a very decided asset to Kissimmee who intend giving the boys five dollars "The strawberry grower should not
a fish may be frozen solid in a BEGINS NEXT WEEK In.n advertising way. The toward Osceola county's share of ADD NEW FREEZERS be discouraged because of the low }
cake of ice kept in that frigid attireraent committee appointed was: Earl Lup- expense and toward the scouts' base markets this year. Front all I can

for !'three or four days, and per chairman Rodney Snyder ana ball team but have not been ap- '\\1<, .::. : learn the conditions which broughtthe ,
thawed out whereupon he'll wigglehis Seventeen Groceries And C. C. Jordan with Mrs. E. D. Katz proached. To such the committee Will Have Complete Double low markets, primarily attributable :
tail and speed off none the worse and Miss Lucy Lupfer requested !would Bay they will doubly appreciate to the mild winter in northern "
for w.arl! Both these gentlemen s'y Markets Will Close On serve on the committee likewise. That the donations if they will send them Track System From The. section which have been able to corn' '

they havt witnessed the experiment.It Thursday AfternoonsThe committee will get t. doing businessin in voluntarily. Carson Farmer is East To pet. with us in our usual out-of-sea-
Florida
brought up the question of germs, the immediate right away quick treasurer for the Troop Committee, ton period can scarcely happen again.
in'waterblch might be impure. Th 'of the time for beginning and all the folks in town are expect and checks should be made payable. I fear no over-production._'And.JhereII
.inquirer,-had.always supposed that. ( the-uual.cu.tom question of closing the 'ed to start figuring how much'they'dput to Jura, The", Tampa Tribune of last Tuesday :one very important ""point which '
the teexing.would just'about put .th.ftDiahln& themselves down for when tho (The list of subscribers to date Includes carried an authorized statement the strawberry grower doe not
touches to germs but, If 'a atone on Thursday.afteraoona came committee calls and to practice signing : regarding improvements of the Atlantic
at last week'. meeting of the ; want to overlook. That point I*1 the,,
up Coast Line which is of
fish can live frozen, he wondered Chamber of Commerce, when the their John Hancock's 'on the City Council! ,____?--.....__|26 all interestto fact that the low price this year,
Florida fruit and truck
about various unpronouncabl germs.!" baseball season was under considera I aforementioned dotted lines. J W. G. Hankins_________.____ 15 growerc. have created a vast number of, new
This is the beauty of the plant such. tion. At the meeting considerable opposition The team to be met for the open-- W. E. Sanderson.._____.__--_- 15 "The The article follows: consumers who formerly felt ,unable\
as the local company maintains. Even developed to beginning the Ing R.roe hasn been signed up yet, W. J. Steed ____-:..:::::.... B. Line management of the Atlantic to use berries in the north. The e'"taste" '
If the water should be impure to start closing on the first Thursday April but it was suggested that the manager A Rosen ....__.____.._....* G Coast Railroad Company has authorized has been established, and the
with there's 710 impurity when It becomes as the proprietors present of stores, try to arrange a game with one Carson Farmer __._...-...__ 5Geo. expenditures aggregating number of future users decidedly in
Ic*. The Ice has all been steam. other'than those handling foodstuffs of the college of the state for the W. Persons ........... 6 $26,000,000 and facilities in providing improvements creased. However I've found no pess
Coming out of the deep well suoh as big send-off. The manager was also The Gasette to overcome retrenchments imism. hall the '
felt that the closing period 'would _......... B the Practically grower
has mad Klssimmee's water famous thereby be too long, and would result instructed to get busy with the old Dr. H. S. Geige.-...;i.... 5 made during periodof I've talked with intend to go in for
{
the and to for the Increased ,
converted war, care .
It Into the boilers is fountain and inform Leroy Leslie than
passes In business losses which could pen Merchants sit Farmer Bank_ 6 berries even stronger next year
business the
Into steam, condensed back into die that the bunch wants him to come J. W. ... resulting from this. .
not be made up. There seemed to be Thompson ....... 6 of
the served the
tilled water Just like-well, Just like back to Kissimmee and play ball and S. L' growth territory by "Next I'll be of them. Fm
a readiness on the part of these merchants Lupfer ..._._..._...._ 6 Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. year one
the days B. P., and then frozen Intochemlc.lly to begin the closing 'a month act as assistant manager to Sam Sto Howard Katz ___________-,.. 5 "These consist of coming here to purchase a place and
pure Ice. The "raw water later, In May however. ry. They wished the captainmanager's Makinson Hardware ._-_.... 5 improvements become a Florida berry grower and
ice," made from water which, has The men and those conducting job on to Sam, notwithstanding ; T. M. Murphy________ 5 grade reductions, double tracking, trucker. And on my. way I'm going if
grocery Jude and with
not been distilled hasnt this advant- meat markets whose business the fact that he didn't throw his D. B. Shaver______---- 5 protecting throughout automatic to stop for a couple of months in the i
age. According to Mr. Davis It\ Is would not be so seriously impaired bonnet into the ring, so he said he'd John L. Overstreet...__.____ 5 signals and interlocking also northern markets and build up a regular j.c
easier and cheaper to produce, has have this week gotten together do it. The business manager, captain- John S. Cadel-------------- 5 plants. Vast improvements are trade. The marketing facilitiesare .

about the same amount of refrigeration -seventeen of them-and made manager and president of the association B. B. Doughten_____._______ 5) being. made Additional at the terminals and tracks stations. the only thing we lack. Re ;,

but, in addition to Its chance their decision to begin closing on the were instructed to get sealed James M. Johnston-_-_____u 5 and tracks yards yard built from practically every house I rave y''
for harboring Impurities, does not first Thursday of April. Next Thursday bids for uniform for the team. Leonard William. __._nuu 5 passing are being shipped berries to are that these berries '
last so long And having in mind Don't forget the dates, next Mon- and existing facilities of this natureare when properly packed, compare
afternoon therefore, will be the While most of the subscriptions have
.
various expenses which confront one first closing 'day for the following day for the first practice and Thursday been 915 or $5 and the committee sible.being In making enlarged these as rapidly improvementsthere pos favorably, or better, with those of ,
in the time th.' questionerwas April 19, for the first game. section producing them. Next
summer store: R. S. Floyd Bass and Bron- hope to raise an amount to equal a will be used 30,000 tons of new any .
glad the local plant Is the kindit L. Grocery hundred five dollar the year I believe the growers will coin! ,
son, S. Hagerman, Midway subscriptions, A. C. L. standard steel rails. The Atlantic -
"
JOHN'S GUILD
i u. He wasn't afraid he'd swallowsome G- M. Taylor F. C. Bryan Co, ST. impression should not prevail that Coast Line is also constructingnew money. As Mr. Chute turned' to
fish but that "lasting quality". WILL MEET MONDAY make a bid on some more berries, he 'Ii
'lied C C Davis, T. II. Galloway. B. B. only subscriptions of that amount are shops and in other shops modern .
business a big appeaL Adams, R. B. Bohannon, R. ,{. Bowen acceptable. "The sky's the limit" if machinery is being installed. added "And I'll be one of them I ....
II. Kissimmeewbolesal. Saint John's Guild will meet Mon- want to give and if ;
George Remington you more, you "A list of the new motive power
: LAST BAND CONCERT Grocery Company H. H. day, April 2, at 8:30 p. m., at the res- cannot afford to give five dollars any and rolling stock being purchased, CHURCHES WILL HAVE
Jvely, A. F. Fleming'and Son, O. D. idence of Mrs.' G. A. Singeltary on amount from $1 up will be appreciat and to be purchased, by the Atlantic
Porter and Martin's Market. Emmett street.PARKER Coast Line Railroad Company consists -

SUNDAY AFTERNOON every These Thursday store have at noon agreed from to Aprilto close IS ELECTED ad.PARENTTEACHERS of train 95 Ipcomotives cars 6331, 101 freight steel cars.passenger UNION TENT MEETINGS .4J

September inclusive.ST. MAYOR OF ST. CLOUD STATE CONVENTIONWill All of this new equipment is expected';, f'.
Kissimmee Concert Band to WINS to be in service by November 1, 1923. Reverend-Frnk Grant Will ;
AUGUSTINE
Donate Final Easter Concert RETURN SCOUT GAME Geesford 'N_ Out Arrowsnith By Be livid In'Orlando On April "The additional double-tracking now Conduct Evangelistic -t
One Vote For City Treasurer, At Eleventh And Twelfth With Four under way and contemplated in this
As Season Ends The basketball,team of the Kissimmee First Conceded To Be A Tie Association Joint Hostesses program totals 250 miles, and will Campaign In May .!'.
troop of Boy: Scouts journeyed to :complete the double-tracking of the ,
"Seasons com and with Saint Augustine last Saturday for a L. M. Parker, preacher and president I The president and one delegate for road the entire distance from Richmond The local executive committee formed
them friend we've love"Such return game, losing by one basket. of tho Saint Cloud Chamber of I each twenty-five members of every Virginia, to Jacksonville, Florida to direct an evangelistic campaign
i* the mood of the many hundred The first game, a week before at Kis- 1 Commerce, was elected mayor of Parent-Teachers Association are expected 643 miles. Thus the Atlantic In Kissimmee in the near future has 'ojr,1 j,:
people who have for the last simmee, resulted in a 56 to 10 victoryfor Saint Cloud Tuesday, by seventeen I to attend the stat. convention Coast Line Railroad will be the only announced that union tent meetings i
three months been listening to one the local boys. I votes. B. E. Gessford won the treas- of the association which will be held I'' completely double-tracked route be- ,will be held during the month of May
of the finest band in southern Florida Fay Lucas and Bob Buckels are urership by one vote and G. F. Bul- in Orlando on Wednesday and Thursday tween Florida and the East. beginning the last Sunday in ApriL ;'f..
on Sunday afternoons and Thursday aid to have had a hard time to- keep l lard was chosen sanitary inspector by April 11 and 12. Headquartersfor "In this connection, it Is interestingto i '''r.
nights. The season is ended. from being drafted as bell hops in a only four votes. J. R. Hight was the convention will be at the new I learn that the Fruit Growers' Express Dr. Frank Grant of Jacksonville,

Th band concerts are to be no more : hotel en route. They, with Richard named-street commissioner by a large Angebilt Hotel. The four P. T. A'e.of Comoany which- operates refrigerator I who comes highly recommended will be as the an :
voter Orlando will be joint hostesses. cars over the Atlantic evangelist and a speaker .
this Emerson .
that is Bandy Clyde
no more season. Squires, '
The Easter program is being donat- ris, and Arthur Bullock with Har'j In the election report filed the officers The program will open Wednesday Coast Line Railroad, and! now has speaker for these meetings, and was :

ed by the band boys and will prove a lanklns in charge, made the trip to certified that Gessford has received evening, April 11, with (-the addressof 11210 refrigerator cars in service, is in Kissimmee last Friday the and executive Saturday ''
memorable farewell: Mrs. Arthur the northern city. 24S votes and G. P. Arrow- welcome and response and an address arranging to add 3000 new refrigerator conferring with >'
whose vole has charmed the smith 243. a tie but on recount by by Superintendent Sexton Johnson cars to its equipment. These new committee.: Dr. Grant will bring with ;
Sunday Cooper afternoon audiences on two SEE OLIVER' TWIST: the canvassing board Gessford was of Orlando, after which an informal cars will be in service as soon as him L. L. McKinnon as director of
occasions during. the season, will ap- IT SHOULDN'T BE MISSEDThe found to have one more vote than reception will be held. Thursday practicable, and will largely facili- music. The executive committee in ':i.
Sunday and sing again withthejband. Arrowsmith who was a candidate for morning beginning at 9 o'clock will tate the handling of the steadily increasing charge of the campaign is Dr. W. II. 1

She will render ArthuSullivan's '' famous moving picture pro- I reelection.The be devoted to reports, and luncheonswiil perishable freight. shipments Dresch, chairman: Judge. T. L. Comer ','
"The Lost Chord" and duction of Oliver Twist which will appear 1 total votes were: For mayor be served at the Delaney Gram- moving out of Florida." associate chaIrman. Sam L. Lnp-
t
Faure's "The Palm" An excellent at the Casino next Monday and L. M. Parker. 804; W. H. Millsom mar School and the Orlando High fer Jr., secretary, and J. L. Over-
instrumental as printed Tuesday afternoon. and evenings is 287II.; S. Davis 16. School. Thursday afternoon comes' a street treasurer. i
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elsewhere In this program issue, will completethe not only a picture well worth seeing ; For treasurer: G. P. Arrowsmith round table discussion two addresses I The committees for the campaignwill !
concert.i but it means a whole lot to Osceola 242; B. E. Gessford 243; II. A. Coble, and a motorcade through Orlando PROGRAM be announced later. '
high school. The girl. track team 108. ,
and Winter Park Mrs. F. B. God-
EASTER APRIL 1
SUNDAY
want to go to Tallahassee, and For superintendent of streets: J. Financing !
JURORS SELECTED frey will speak on "Starting and 4:00 P. htBroadway VESPER SERVICES AT #
should Gainesville boys' team wants togo W. Embrey, 46: J. R. Hight, 840; C. A School Lunchroom," and : METHODIST CHURCH
to and should By ,L. 211. THE
the of go. ; Madison Mrs Alstetter will discuss"The Workof
drawn Following.to..noe-are'*.t the name spring..t.rm'juror of going. to see 'Olirer,Twist .you help For sanitary, inspector: E. M. .AuUrtson. ; ,the Opportunity. Room." it Band Stand The Methodist '''choir, will give a
.Sireuit curt ,for Osceola cownty.which'convenes ; the two high' school' JCU teams, and you 237; G. F. Bullard. 241;' J. A. Thursday evening ,of Vesper Service Sunday evening. April
'' 01l.Mond.'Aprll'9t ',' should>'ao..' ""' '! ;7' Eperson, 113. resolution committee will heard KISSIMMEE CONCERT1 BAND If at the usual hour,,for service t A

i t' Mik.. Peterson;'Wr;A.< HntfELiK., I COT -JANYCENTIPEDES; For bond trustee;..I!'. R>,Seymour, and action taken after an address by .. ..-.e.- --. '- -, I splendid' program ha.been(arranged:
Crowder.Young Tlndall Spencer Ty- <456.< i '' Dr..,O.L': Wood] FlorIda J.D, WOODBCCK.Conductor:; and'every one I who Ma' attend 11 la,
treasurer Concrete
'I '.>ron: ,Onlla Bass,Josh Fergerson, .3.E.:: ,'Attlanee Int }*L11i.1.y. Story** store Th, street superintendent on "Some,, 'Thing the,. promised a C pleasant vffcrrish. Alberta Arnold B.C. Miller, this ,week makes one,wonder...ifihe and sanitary inspector are also P.'c. A: Can Do,"* - March=; Colossis XolumbU___; cordiall)' invited to be.present.' *
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Lewis Baas, G. C.'Outlaw, J/JL'.Wea. though< everybody; in town content member*;of the .city council-for.' .".th .: Members of mil ParentTeachersAssociations ... ...," -- .--"... ---., ..t--.r . '. ',. ,)' '
< 'flock.of:eentl. next. two years..i!>_ : :1i, **"*, ,ir 'may. ; the RaymonLOverture AT METH.' -
; Mlnnlck, L A. GoW .. ... G; plated. outfitting. .their. tic, E arpnizatlos .: .;:._Meyrellea EASTER PROGRAM
aLronson a F.. Sessions 3. Co Grit- tede*.... ,When .th. "' sale. started It ;PABENT-TKACHBRS .WILL1' .j* state and national, ,by Persian Moonlight Walts. K.L. King ODI8T SUNDAY SCHOOL
fin c'-F."ohnaob-W.-Ito.BaIlock. J. didnt look***.there wer* enough feet I "-MEET NEUI"UVRSDATI ending ten., eente to-the state treasurer. The 'Sunny Sooth-:Selection oft '
.:,i>owB-w' ', 'Floyd-Y.tea.,1.' }( Bar. In ,Kisslmm' tot wear all the shoo I: .- r ,.Xra. Harrjrrv; ; Hoyt,,Riverside .Southern Plantation Songs.Lamph .,A'.beautiful:aad appropriate Easter ; ;
clay.B.-Funk J. dltt. 'Jo Ta 'fora: -.L." '!Brn t'Shiver apply:started, .golng-'down-,rapidly., T aehr,- Association win be held at is.btate-tDHrts i jrhalrman/. Mr.* Arthur 'Cooper*will ing--4', Sunday. acbo.l'for'Sunday.". > ,, 3cat
f' ;, Charles easjjJE.Illrontywm4J. bow*ver'when' the 'prlcu"* on'.tWip :the httbcbo -building Thursday.'AriTo'cloek.'TAll ', V""Th Lost ChoTd".Arthur: ..saiD..... .the ....... bar. .USvuTail; 1 :;;:,.
>!cry/B.'F.Cobb: ; Jr. D.'N.DaYl.; /@ werenoticed.. '.The big redactionthe.. A rih A. ;; person 'J.'C. 8.uA'eNci' *u broken,leg ..ad-rTM'Palmay".'. .;,*-.Aby Fanr atr.asemberabip of'ths''toreband" : i '
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......,. : ? H Kenyon Maintenance, .,,-_.' II.00V BON I BELL 1JTi SHOE''
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T j f ; "C 'ftfv'l.I'nYl.1nissioners! R Lttfm. R.r A Huekbe.' Malntenanoo. ,_. I'.01 W. 11 ;4 I,
j' 1'\ ) 1F Hill IJasa. Malnt"" .''' ee. M 10 M !

4l The Board ofTcSooJitV Comm..lll. o.... Specializing In Diceacf" pf the )W ..C II Tanner Williams.'MaTntenanoo Maintenance ..._. JII.OO S.00 Perfect Satisfaction Ouaranfeed.HA1II .

s \ In and for Osceola. county Florida, met Stomach. Office fully tryalpj! .! Tode Peterson. Maintenance, .. 8.00 4 WORK A BPKC1AL.TT I
I at 10 a. m. on March 5, Hon. B.' t, U.Orerttreet A H Kennell. Maintenance. __, I.00 ,
chairman J. M. Hansen, with X-Ray..CIinica a ? Phone i35 105 Park Ave, '
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r Jane Clements Maintenance. .. 8.00 C .;. -'' .. '.;
, H..O. Partln. A. F. U..., R. Vi Ptollllp*. Chemlttry Laboratories for. JIe Frank Kvana.. Maintenance, ,. ___. 8.00 O 0 '' ,
( Johnston aod O.rr n, ttornv. '. tor ,
a > scientific' diagnosis and treat A P Munn. earn Mrs IJtrl: < kland.. 800
..' the board, and J.' t. Overatrert, llerk.belnff : ment of disease Fog Peterson, Maintenance ____ 7.00

L' -_- ..... present. railed l. ler ..!. Its Mrs. M Ilroimon Maintenance. _ fl 6.00 Oil
The bosrd-was -or< -Office and Rea..-406&-I.w* Av4V- H Atonspdoca. Maintenance. _. .
chairman and the minute. of the February R U LlvingtonAlalntenance' _. D.OO: ----- B. D1CKERSON

I meeting rend and approved.Measra PHONE 15 1*. M. Robinson, court library. 2f>.00D

A. 8. Nelson and J. 8. Jump A Bass, care of paupers ____ (10.00 COSTRACTo"RA AND BUILDER
", presented a petition signed by a number Lakeland FloridaAmerican M Katxs 8on supplies home. It...

< of the cltiiens' In Plnedale ."..lIon, H H Floyd, cow feed Co.' home. __ II' .80 In "O.I. Brick or Stone. Also --- ..... '. ,.
I I eking the board to grade Malhew It O XII nick medicine ( 0 home ,4.40 JJrlek.la'lng and Plaaterln -
street In' I'lnedale from corner of Benjamin : W K Hansell gas & oil On agent. 20.80kuprer . ;
I ,," Funk property running west one - &l'ralber.Ko.&oU __ __ ..111 BHATK 1TRKRT p-- ..:::== -.. ........-..
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, ,1 quarter of -mile. After the gentlemen. of New \" H Maklnstm (, .. .... __ 4.26Osceola 'J' ? .
4 had explained to the board the need Surety Company Hdw Co. supplies. ___. 3X65 '
I of th" road Coinmtitttloner H. C. Par- York as surety.The 1>. A. liana, expense' Co home. __ 1475 I ;? "
i I board look recess until :2 p. m. __ <3. F. KRIBBS W. J. STEED ; .
k tin made a motion the matt'r b referred ( I. Handy commissions __ 01 \ 4 ; %;::, .
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board met at 2 members
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'Ii to Commlnsloner J. M HaniellMotion Valley (beat-It,. letral add and
was seconded l by Commlsiloiier being present.The assessment roll ._ -. ._ __.n___ 21.00 KRIBBS &: STEED '.
.... carried clerk presented and read letterfrom \Ven lier-8awyir, supplies ._ .. __ 465 Your
A. Oaai, and Work from Mules
the state road department re Telephone Co 2 months rent __ 2<(.9(1ater Attorneys, sea ro...el.ra .. I** More
W. A. Hill fo Khlnitl.' Creek, reported R..rdlr."uRd between Kisstmrme. and \\ & 1-lirht Plant, ________ 27.SOlr Kls.i.s.ee. .. 1".1'1.
there need of a road ruimlnir ,
was J""l'lIman. A. W. Klnne
,f. from shingle: Creek to Orange Center Mh division, being present explainedthe 11 J IMnnle O Chunn. examining S. nKupfer Geaersl srsetle I. all Sta1s midU.l8.d
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that the Orange county people had Inltntlon of the state road department In..uran"e'K" N' Ins. _ 721 ' '\ of mule owners are not getting the best
agreed to open and maintain a road with reference to the above rond I -
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Judge Cornel, 17.75R'
to OiunHt with Omeola county. The After a thorough discussion of the trllpp'r'.II'en. Twork from their mules or as long a service because
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K Hnnsell} iras & oil 6.11'1 i PAT JOHNSTON Q P. GARRETT
.. clerk. then presented a letter from the I jnntteibv' the board with Mr. Kinney, Florida Feed Store, cow feed. -_ S.t5Kt of improper feeding. Most people figure mules are'Just
r' Chamber of Commerce of Klualntmeeoaylnx resolution
I r., 'r; that body heartily endorsed thmovenxnt <. the proposition bonrd passed of road department. accepting to takeover : .. Cloud Cloud Tribune Tribune. legal warrant add book' __. IlU.USSt. I1! JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW I naturally hardy animals and don't require such careful selection -
t and would urge the board road from south line of federal
M. Cloud Tribune warrant book. <*75
F to take such action as might be n..claary i' 2 south to of feed.
, aid projtil No; running _. .
Mrs K II. Uuy. Maintenance in oil '
", ./ to get the rond opened Upon Polk county line aid resolution' be. Offices 10 U and; Iz. Osceola Bank J
Fog Peterson Malnl..nnn.fi.i'l/
f i v--, : a motion of II. U. I'artln. seconded by log! upon motion of Commissioner J. Mrs UAallers.; Maintenance 1".uo A balanced ration not only puts mules in better shape for --
A. F Uaas and carried the matter wasreferred seconded Commission Building:
M HannRll S. duly bv I
< I' to the chairman of the board !.r .1. F. Uass, and carriedH ,' A Mrs M I.M Chauncey Ilrookshlre Maintenance, care of 600 KISSIMMCi:. FLORIDA work but keeps them in better health at leas cost.

''i <' I O. O. Haggard of Kenanatllle' reported \V. Stark representing. J. J' Clarrncu Thompson __. 1500Peoples
; : the ned\ of a change In thepublic Stark, reported tax deed obtained Hank. of Ht Cloud- ,--I Ion- l.omi' :mlPinples I Dry tasteless oats and corn lack variety and are not easily ,
..1 i t road ROlner; Into Kenansxllle.Haying against' Mr. Stark'a lands was bused on Hank of St Cloud. Int.. 13.32J
I of bulk from loaf of bread
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,.. !; there were a<', eral sharp. curves tax certificate under a doubt nxstssment II Stark. refund taxes ___ ___ 22.32 digested. You could get plenty to
\ which were not nocmsaM, MrMaKKHrd 1 Mr. Clntk reijuesKd the board 0 \Ashton, forman of roads 0. _. ion.milan Milton Pledser Kills F. lmtiv :. fill stomach, but wouldn't you do a lot better work on
L li' asked the board to authurliehaiiK' to refund him the amount h>' had paidto Hrown. convict 1 1 guard ____ 15.MO' I your
,' In the road trod he also agreed get his title cleared. ., which amount Mrs \dn llass. care Dan Ilrown's PLEDGER & DAVISATTORNEYSTT.A well-cooked: steak and fresh vegetables ?

with the board to allow the road to KO was 12232 Upon, motion of. Commissioner .. child _ __ _ .._ -.. u. hU __ to nn I
through his laiuln' without charter forrlirhtofwot J \I.: Hanstll. duly st t ond d. byCommlasloner George Sulll\tint. road work Iilliti" \\" the variety to keep .
Ii 'rhe clerk then read .V P. Hans and .11'1'10..1. I O-Molene supplies .
.1 a \\alt>i Has, ,amp took _ <....OM. ..
letter .front C 1.. lialiin. n prt'.. ntatl>'o the clerk was instructtd to draw a Frank Itaino, rand wfrk ___ .n.__ r.II( Itll' State Hank HutldlnwKissi.MMni mules in good working condition. -
; of the I'oMnnlltlMted Land C,unpnnalna \'. I warrant .. I I
Ixit ii** Nurse. road l work ___ __ 44 oo PURI
, t .' ; they would: be plcaseil to "allow The halrman naked If bond of. .1'-1 Hud Petersttn. load work _u 4Kuo ; : ':. J Lnll1.I .\ O-Molene has less waste and is
the road to run through their l landsCnmmlMloner pies Hank had been. made. the (teerge Hruimon. rood work r.2.11 I Ii I Because
1 'II' P' .. "rr R \". 1'hilllpi hnd I advlsttl the hoard: that Peoples: Hank i Shone Clemmons. road work n'__ 4'!) no.Ilni I more completely digested you feed much I less MSl.LEHE
4' explained matter to the board COI1lIi' had derided I not to qualify, unless the ClemmoiiH. load work _ _ rJ: rI l '
iii..*...nvr A. h. Hass made a motion board' would reduce the amount of the I Hill {'rum road work .. _._ _ jl 75Hob I by weight than corn and oats. lss
;, that Mr Phllllpi be authorized lu make bond as hoed by the bon rd from $17.- \\at.'.... load work ---------5 !Nl

.u<,h change an w as necosaar Mn- J OMO.... to $15.on".. Upon motion of Com. .\ P llass lnsie| <'tl m of roadsaoa /i 1 rriiMC STKNOC.HAPHI I Order some O-Molene today and watch :w: -=-
ml..lon..r.\. Hans seconded byConlmisaloner I
1 lion was seconded b> Conimisslom H duly OHttol/i lihw ('o. road supplies 151: .4dM ;
I U. Partin and carried J. M Hanstll and tnrrled. Katkft Sons, "uP".n_ 256! ; \ JESSIE D. KLEINMAN the good results
; C. \\llllams reported condition of I thetrlerk was Instructed to educe .\ C 1. II It. lial due on freight_ 15.0.1J I
I A P. Munn who has been taking care the. Pt'oples Hank that If they ;Y-t ItotterHon medicine. _ _ __ 44. Sold b, .
of Mrs K. Htrlcklaiid, and sating he would ,deposit |15liiiil.. . governmentbonds I JUSTICE OF PEACE
I IL' A K Jllbcrt ..h"'a. __ _ ._ _ 111.
t wan not able to continue to with the comptroller of the __._
It S Floyd mule feed 34.010;
L'' .. her and asked the hoard to take come I state of "Florida the hoard would accept Ijiipf*.r k I'r..Ib'r. gas Co. truik uu S 17 II.VNI>1I3S A'.... CLAIMSDR.
I" action to rflltve him. The board, aft- It. The said hank to carrythe I, It K Floyd HupplUs mad camp :II *'5 I
I having ennaldered. the Comrt. I funds designated at Januarv meeting
' .r mattf F c' llr 'un ('0. mule feed nO__ nil 17 FLORIDA FEED STORES
r mlastoner A. F. ItaMK made a mutton with the addition of the rtvtnut fund F C llran Co supplies. lamp._ I'H.! JlOftteola

1 that she be pieced| on the county I The clerk reported that Jessie Yateslied Ud. c... supplies" __ I.JO R. J. DENNING
$ home Motion wan' ronded by <"ommlaaioner made complaint of having to take. W II MnkliiHon. supplKs lln 20
II. of Frank and that unl., DENTIST
U. I'nrtln and carried care Evans ss OI--------
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': llansell gas and M 4N
The clerk was then. Instructed tu write the board would allow him ..om.Ihlnlt J C _ _ _ i
29.1,0
Griffin r"Jalr.
} the daughter of Mrs. Strickland of for his. trouble he would have to turn \\" li Mann road work----un 1760 Over the Postof Ace. 306
Broadway
Ii' their action' him out. Commission J. !M 1I..N..1Ith..n Joe Johnston ..ur\'e\'lrlll'. ... VI.40 OFFICE HOURS: i to 11;so. i:to tRecldNiee 1
Leo 11V llaoii, county agent, made mad. a motion that Frank sane J I.irBtn.-t. release foes.-- i..o.. Phene 174-
report of receipts. from strawberriesfrom be sent to the county home. Motion II o Partln road Inspection _. 750
county home showing $11 7.1. : was duly seconded by .C-ommlsJilnoer II. .1 M MatiSfll. road' Inspection. 4.00 Oflee Pho. Ill
t. f also of balance hand O. Partln and carried.
report on from It V Phillips road Inspection ._ lo.00 TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
the amount allowed for county fair of Bill of Mrs M. Uronkshlre for careof Homer Partln road work.-_ _ 6n 00
$84.06.C. Clarence Thompson. 115. was pre-
Arthur Partin. road work35.00
r V. Johnson, representing Adraln sented. The clerk presented and read .
Matter 25.00It
Barclay road work !
,,. < Babbitt reported lots I and 1 and all letter from superintendent. nr Insane V Phillips pay roll. _-__ .00Ullmore P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBTATLAW
: west of canal of lot 1. section It.oarnshlp Asylum saying that I. A.'all..r had sulllian road work. ._ 200 Call Up No. 218
: >' south SI not recovered sufficiently to releasehim I
t- range salt, as V. I. I> Overstreet. Inspection 00 !:
havlnabe.n sold to the ..'.t. for unpaid and that Mraller. had madeapplication Fred Ollbert ..ho..". ____. _u. .. 16. taxes for the 1916. and for help Upon motion of
year ( TWO-ONE.EIGHT) !
J II Smith road work-------- .00 .
the beard to recommend. the ... aubae-I I A. F Bass, duly seconded, by J. MHansell \\. H Itobcrts. road work _ C2.60 WUttr Park. FlorWa
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tion of all tax certificates and and J Sylvester road work- _.__.___ 45.00.Tack I IS
quent omitted taxes for a flat sum of to pay bill of Mrs. Brnokslilre Iniiil road work ______ 4R.00 S
469 and clerk' costs, upon the grounds. and to draw' a. warrant to Mrs I. .V. n .
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N C Itrlght. road work 10,00Frauds
u .Ot.OOtOOOOOGOOOOOOOfOO. . ii HAROLD HOME )I. HIMMONfJ., V..A.. MOR 180N. R.o
that the aaaenmd valuation on the said Waller for 110 per month during school
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road work 5600J
Uro'n.
President Vice President Bee. TPeehry ,
lands at the date of the sale and for months i
I K Roberts, road work ______ 611.01J / o O
subsequent omitted jears was rxcenIve The clerk reported request of A. M ___ __.
1. Chauncey for additional htlp The K Ilromi mule feed n 27.70 < TURNER MARBLE; GRANITE Beet Fertifcera LuecticiaVi Sprayers SepsBetPresapt J
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Lewis Johns. work bridges 2H1 37Homer
Whereas; c F Johnson appeared before I I 1 board being advised of his serious condition Tlndall road on work. ;____ Z2.60 COMPANY, TAMPA Honest Good Fair Prices SalpaMat

the board on behalf of the ownerof ., upon motion of II o Partln The Texan Co. asphalt. _.__ _ .. 1i1.6Z 4>
Ask Tevr NeI&hbor-D. Knowe
the following described real estate: duly seconded by A F. Bass the hoard Maul. OJus Co. ___._____ ____ _._ 6.00 0 MONUMENTS 1-
Lot. S tad S and all west of canalof agreed to allow Mr Chauncy *20 "
per
Jim Peterson road work. ____ .. 6.00 "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING.
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lot 1. of section 18. township :1* month and the clerk was Instructed to C L Darker road work _______. 6.90Fla. -
south range 31 east, and asked for arecommendation draw warrant for such amount Kast Coast It K rental.319.x2 M. J. Crowder Agent Kissimmte E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jacloearflle. Flails
a for the cancellation )I Tile matter of Installing water on tho 0 e
T I. Comer judge juvenll court 12 5OJ
of all tax aald landatogether north side of ihe court house vnrd
was
j9 withUsubsequentagainst 1. Ilronson .speeil cop ifL mo 62.60I. .. . .00.00..0.00.0000000'
,r I \ omitted taxes taken up. Upon motion of ,J. M Han It Farmer servant to Jail,. 28.oo '
( for the payment of (tat' sum of $611 l and sell, duly seconded by H. ci Partln and l lI n
....rk.. cost, upon the grounds that the carried Ihu clerk was Instructed to L R Farmer capturing F. Hhren 2500 .
I I 1. It Farmer feeding prisoners 1S2.6fI . . .. .
; assessed. valuation on the lands at the l I get prices on the work to be presented i..O.
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I '' n Farmer cost {'o cases 21.10
date of sale
; and fur subsequent omitted 'to the hoard at their next muting $ |
Milton conviction fees KO.oo
ledger
,, t )<>ars was excessive.. On I The tax collector's report showed, .
1 f } of A. F. Baa, duly seconded hv! mouo"l!I, amounts, collected as follows: I.lcen.... 8 U Story game warden60.00
I'artln, the W M KoKers. ", It. Co. Judge _. 3.90 Real Estate Agency :
followingresolution was and for poll tax. 148.
,,12960.
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Ruffle RoKerv wit Co. Judge _. 1.90
h, I rIVER
i passed: Report of county depository showed
"f'4" Be It Unsolved. By the. hoard of ''balance: In several funds as follows:, Frank Rogers, wit ('o. Judice. ._ 1.*OJessie. O .l

'\\.I "County. Coinmlixloners of twceoln.. '''Revenue fund .....,.#.tw,t>.. S7'.44IFIne Kllenman cost Peases. 940 FIRE LIFE, AND ACCIDENT'0O B A
II. Peoples Hank Itt. Cloud, loan. _..'on.oo
riCounty.SKlorlcla forfeiture INSURANCE 4O
,{;,, : That we re< imm"ud !, and + W'.f: : l-!: '- n.nRo.d . .
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*to 'Comptroller of the State of and -----.J/6195.00! ; : Peoples Bank $L Cloud. Interest. 6Osceola INDEMNITY BONDS a ,

, Florida, that tax certificates and subsequent 'Special road ...________,__,j,__' 1045068 Hdw. Co. freight. ___... 171.ISPeoples 0 4 S
omitted taxes b5 canceled. Tick eradication ..._. ____ Hank St. Cloud. Int. __ 610.00
I upon h 3420.61'Publicity Osceola Hdw. Co cement 4724 .. . . .. . . ...
a. lots 1 and 1 and all \fut of 0,1I' -- -_ -_ -_ _n_ __ ._ 431.119'Fair un
!'.: 't. of lot I. KettloiulUi XgwiXhlp t6 South. ''' .. _ __ __ _ un._ _.n 24.08Potld Taylor Lumber' Co lumber __ _ 22229
Range 11 Kast.l fe Fla K It U demurritnici. __ Co.00Vllilna
upon payment of i warrants were ordlfd tan
the flat of and clerk. smith. cnnnlntc. aicent 10O.OOTheie
I sum ICO 0..1. celled from the stvernl fund" us fol .
I Commissioner A. F. 1111"". after hay.Ing lowsRevtnue: bring l "" fu rthe i 1ucb"as. Hit S. B. AULTMANREAL

the _ hoard adjourned.Altrst .
reported condition of Mrs II Fund 157fi S8
Overstreet
H. Ouv, made a motion that the hoard Fine and folftltlire 614.3D J L ClerkK .
f allow her *10 per month during school Special. road _ _ rln.noPublicity L U Overntre .'halrmunIOrl'C'1

t month.. Motion was duly seconded b> _ _ __ _ h Mi,00' 'U. '11':8".0" \ '\
'. ;jj: Commissioner H. O Partln and carried The following wanants weri. > xamIned N
The Hoard. of <% Coinmlnslnnersof .
;, >unty ,
appiovtd and oidejed piMF t 1
f 'f f k, Commissioner H. O. Partln. after C..r.1 H..,..... Osceola county. "Florida met In special ESTATEand 1'
r having session at III a. m, March 10. Hon.
'' reported condition of Fog Peteraon. f. U Ov istrtet. ('ont.------ $ 1..0.
I I I t:; made a motion that he be allowed )- 'J' !M Hansell Commissioner. 4 Oil Jo;. K U. Overstreet chairman. J. M.Hansell 1
II O Partln. A. F HUSH and
" y til per month mitlntennnci, 'H D Partln. Commlssloin _ 11.211
I Motion was duly seconded. by Commissioner A F Bass.Commissioner __ n __ 1 12.00R H V PhllllpH. being. present also J. ,
I ;.. . .t. F Ileac, and tarrleilL '' V Phillips Commlsalonei 14 0s L i\ialreet. clerk
1 5 .,o H. Wilson. county agent I e- J L Overstrert l'I"'k. ---------.1 I nil The board, was called to order hItH > FIRE INSURANCE .
. .ft. ported his car In need of repairs.; the Johnston & Uarrttt A 11\'''. _ ill Oil halrman. and they: proceeded with
, }1 n f I. board. after dlftcusslnir the matter ad- 'Milton Pucdtter. Pros Ally 11.33 businias.
k : vlsrd MrV ll.on they would 1r1\. ...II.I T L (Comer County. Judge; 25..0. HonV J. Henra came before th' - $ cir

.' gate condition of old caT before acting L It Farmer, tare of Jail-.._ - 12.nil hoard and brought up the matter of
i.I "i tap: ,J. .;. Johnston Bled corrected estimate J 12 Haas. janitor _ t>5.OO resolution passed b>' them at Jnnuitrmeeting. >'
:' ,' ,;I of amount of brick received from Leo II. \\UHOII. count ). agent. _ 11J\1,ooH recommending to the comptroller 11 Darlington Avenue
y, f, the Southern Clay Manufacturing; Co', .\ Bass. foreman "0. home u 61.00 the cancellation of taxes 1FQB.
against lands known the L J. Jonespiopeity
( /J for Melbourne road and estimate of t'hamhi of Commerce rent loot .as /
IF total cost to date of Melbourne road. t'hamh of Com />II. Cloud rent 30.Oil on Main stn. et Mr. Stars re.purled -
I.I Each of which were. ordered spread on *Win 1 U'b.','. Commissions. 21512TTHE that he understood the n'solution .
t' the minute. had not been "r..III'.d to iliarr

. ; t' Estimate on Mull and T>'son creek - DETROIT '

[ J &1', bridges filed with the board MhowlriK I CITYMEATJARKET
I .i t2Ol.ST. due Lewis. Johns for Inborand f
, I e& fill.It due TAylor Lumber C'omp..nyt
t, for lumbar. Also estimate of demurrage I I]
., .1" r-' on cars lirltk\ to .Melhouine) ro".SI I ,',
". 1n the sum ..f >GO.
I. ,j I Bill of Oju Hock (Cotniian. for rock j
\ for repairs to Melbourne road foi 1.America's .
I. ( :k' }4H.*7, and Texas Company for iiHphiiltlrepairs , 4L1I -
't 1. :: on Melbourne. road ..162.. t'I i I I Fresh M : a.t an {
! f' motion .
r; on of .t. Rasa dulv itectnidiMl
; {,"", t by II (>. Pnrtlii th" abate lilllH were
"I'' ; ordered paid. VegetablesPhone

," f' Upon motion of A F Mass. duly seconded :
l>)' II. o. Perth bill of 1E..
I Hansell for gas and nil to n \. HRMMsuperintend d CwJ
t '. nt county. home for Iff.10. 44
was ordered paid.
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, Notary bonds were. examined and approved TOW-'-

.. follow ,
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t' I" Hood of Miss Ernestine -. -
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5 i' with United Slater Fidelity and '1 anty Company aa surety; bond of J. Wren. Fordson Often
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!"e ml;. .' <} Mlth American Surety Company I' .I the new Goodyear of fire loss averages Does More
of Ne-w York as surety: bond of L. H
, 6 \:', (leda-e. with United States Fldollty and Cord Tit with

II ; ,:: Uuaranty 'OInpan as surety; bond of the b'.v.l.d All- 156 DEPARTMENT>> STORES In a Day Than Six HorsesThe
t '.(, 'i Miration story, with United Slates 10'1- fWBY( INN

delity and Guaranty Company. a> surety Weather Tread are
I" 1 and bond of I E. Dlefendurf, with
: i features of ...cluI totally destroyedLarge Fordson substitutes
motors for
r I hrely. d.. muscles. \
Goodjre-ar

I 1't ", } RUN DOWN PEOPLE I i sign and construe: face a buildings constant of fire this danger.nature Hone For Those Away, From Hone The Fordson substitutes trqctor wheels for the ,

should benefit thecountry'
tlori They by
-..mi-flat of
Attractively Decorated! legs man and horse.
bent insurance servo
benrelexi .
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NEED RICH BLOOD ice. Suppose you let this agen-

l prorod rubber compound cy tell you what a modem insurance Weekly Rates The Fordson takes the burden off flesh and

.1 X/OU never heard a doctor say heavier..w.I .- policy includes and blood '
and .
'", > tr. ', Y "He is all run down, but hu blOOd I wall and reinforced what you may expect besides Phone 221 Eicetleit MealsNEID'S puts it on steel.

.* i*pure and rich." i sure indemnity. ,
l tread Mock. They It allows the farm r's I
1 ; The best tI-'q-t.he biggest thing energy to be devoted to
I U, rqul Insurance Facts
ii :, that Gude' Pepto-Mangan doa is to in'nor.r4Wag' :" management and
not
<1 'purify and enrich your blood. Then ., amoother. -run: The ..,.",... .....> reY_' ts> per merely oper tJon. It s

'. 'r, .' fhfsM wc&fyrun down dragged out alarand 'greaterCUPPER .. .).at ...1_. .r.
.1. I'' 'i feehngt will dtsappeae, and theoidUmo /... ., .
Vim and "pep"' sane: back again. Get .c11 nomPe- .,' There's '
y b
r '. Gude's Pepto-Mangan today Aa Cwb:.arSd.ak. Call on this agency, Recommended for Rheumatism a; story of savings! made :possible;

r 'At your druggisu-..liquid... UbJeU. I ==r ;:,i. all kinds of Skin Diiea* s and Stom-and by the Fordson. Let U3' teD :your "Write. "

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MOTHS CLUBThe ...... '

.ScfcBam Spray Fftrarala i .
Question has been frequent
Schaarra lUrdol II..... Scl '(. . aa to whether the Mothers Club 1frJI'.J1'a
,0r.Iw..". f.e N i-r.r.S..e 1'..) continue its activities.'The club 4a
SdumUm: .811...&kOm t Copper. organized about fifteen year .

''Dud and Purer Sprayers All Kisdi It was federated eight years . ..
There are many of its members of ,
All Iweclidde Mslerlal. Ne,.... cherished dearly the years- of

In the.past it has been necessary to f i .never associations'been any discord in which or'there fric- :; I .

e : --materials sprayers or.dusters from different : .> in.anyway,and"In which years \ /1;
worth-while things have been
To-day you'may, cUrefrom Schnarr, .. At the close of the.social tea S.top.i NoWf, .
local dealers quantity of materials and afternoon 4' business session :
any. .called in which it was decided to Cut the hard-packed phlegm-end en colds and transformed snKflJnir. :J
membership in the state fed- that persistent flow of mucous coughing: children:and grown-ups ,;
Niagara&! Dusters r in whicfr'-dues are paid be- 'soothe that tired,' cough: *racked Into happy, healthy bclnui. Lot Dr. '
From the Hand Blower'Gunforemall From the present'date, to continue the in* chest and throat. Kiss's. Mow Discovery thqfjd (a..hkwrdlawilyw..nnrnpdrivstliroldpolsane'' .'ft

acreages up to the large Power and pressed air : in d child layettes welfare and otherwise to complete help For 50:"for years all\the this family dependablaremedy has broke from. King'yours' Now r alom.Discovery Yourdrumrfi'tcarriesDr. -in.!M on It. ., .

Traction driven dusters. era for all linen chest for Miss Smith to of-
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any assistance which the club can t 'f' I .
Schnarr and .Schnarr-Nia ara to the Parent-Teachers Associa .
ion, or any other organization, in
Manufactured in Florida and available from carrying on its principle: "Ev
distributing. potato mean that you get to help, nothing to hinder.", <
best results and lower average Meetings will be subject to call,
the.prayer of each member is the r

February let price list, including spraying and I creed adopted by the. state i
fications of sprayers and dusters ready for : li
The Club Woman's Creed '
us, 0 God from pettiness; let .
J. SCHNARR .&. be in lit
; us large thought, work,

Winter Haven ORLANDO, in us deed.be done with fault finding and 1

,Specialist in Sprays, Sprayers/ und love of. self seeking. .
.- we put away pretense and meet '.
ESTABLISHED 1906 each other face to face, without ''1
self-pity and without prejudice. :,
\I be never be hasty in judging ;
and always generous. ;
comptroller: because the board was Informed I or of registration, with E. D. us take time for all things; makeus ,
that he had imarruraa ni" claim.to them. W. J. Steed, being present ed and approved.The -us tc put into action our bet ..
slated that he drew the resolutionfor chairman, of the board ter forward and :
impulses straight
Mr. Bears, and that Mr. Bears had of the cleric. whether the Peoples ,
not misrepresented the matter to the of Bt. Cloud had made bond. unafraid.
board as they had been Informed. Mr. clerk then presented copy of that we may realize that it is ;
Hears then presented and read in the written. to the comptroller of the the little things that create differ- ..
presence of the members of the boardcopy of Florida, saying the sad| bank ; '
of letter written to Hon. Rrneat Instructed Atlantic National ences; that in the big things1 P: i' .
Amos, comptroller regarding the matter ;Jacksonville to deposit with him life we are one. ) .
; which stated that he Intended to 000 In Liberty bonds, and the .; may we strive to touch and to
deed the property to the city, provided National Hank of Jacksonville know the heart of
he authorised the cancellation of taxesas posit With him 15.000. making a great common ?
recommended by the board of coun- of tit.000. J. M. Hansell then> us all, and 0 Lord, let us not for.
ty commissioners. Mr. Bears also read motion that the clerk take the get to be kind.
letter he received from J. M. Johnstonreintrdlnir up with the comptroller and ask.
his claim.ofT board after to advise the board )" Kissimmee is especially rich and
h.Eeag statement Mr. Sears and receipt of the bonds that ho
that of Mr. Bleed determined that the receipt of bonds and that he ,! in its number cf fine and
matter had not been misrepresented to copied them as Motion men and women who are I
them. seconded by II. v.e mrj,1I and among the octogenarians, ,
The clerk presented. estimates "
Commissioner M. Hansell then
not to families
come
many J<
stalllnK water nortb side of
made a motion that the clerk be Instructed on
to mall Hon. Ernest Amos court house yard. UM follows: distinction and rare privilege of
comptroller of the stale of Florida a W. H. Maklnson Company three members who have pass
copy of the resolution a. passed by stallation as per diagram; $409. the 80th milestone.In .q
the board, with Instructions that heKrnt two taps with 160 test uf hose
such relief as he thought Just O. .U Bachelor full Inalalla Charlottesville, Virginia, recently,
and right. Motion was duly secondedby per diagram, )411.1/1. For two an evening meeting in the Presby. ter
Commissioner H. O. Partin and with 160 feet of hone for $1 SOsceola church, was gatheicd a vast. k
Hardware
carried.A. I emupan that the "'
-so largo even
stallation as per diagram $SS4.
K. Rills ram before the board church with all its avail
two taps and 160 feet of hoan
and presented copy of proposed special I All bids received' being over could not
school
Sunday rooms-
Act of the legislature of the state ofKlorlda.
Commissioner J. M. Hansell 4
to grant the kcvural countlrsIn motion that all bids be. rejected the throng, scores were
the state to Issue Interestbearlnwtime The pastors had :
that the clerk be Instructed to away. city .
warrants. Mr. Kills stated that
tise for sealed bids to be r..c..h' l *aside their own church services
itch legislation would be of great advantage ,the board April 1, 1923. Motion
disposed their people might congregate to "
who
to any county was -;duly seconded by Commissioner
to take advantage of It. The /iHuss and carried. the 83rd birthday of Dr. y
hoard. after hearing explanation of I tipnn motion of A. P. nans, dose. L. Petlie, brother of our
:Mr. Hills '(assured him of thelr'appreclalipn londed by J. M. Hanntll. action on revered
beloved and greatly
of his Interest and agreed to .
take It up at the afternoon ....salon.Thd posed presented special by. Mr.act Ellin or the was.\ .....' E. P. Caldwell.A .
board took recess. until 1:30: p. There belnjrno "Twrther bu.""'" beautiful program was given in
rn. fore the bo"rd. they adjourne of him who had been 03 years BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY\ ,
The board reconvened at 1:20: p. m., 13. U I>. Ovvrstrevt. Cbnir ." Christian service and for 45 years .
sill members of the board being present Attest: J. U Ovorstrtet. Cl. rli
except, II. 1). Purlin.Uond ( continuous pastor of Charlo'.tes- CONTRACTORS AND,BUILDERS
,
of W.'L. Klekllter as 4".1Jt"aherlft' : I 'If'Jrbu "have room* to rent, a large, influential Presbyterian 1
.. surety, with, was Candler examined Lumber and approved.Company advertisement 1n our classified The local daily paper and WOOD BRICK STONE I
F'I ,
,
I Bond of W C. Bass Jr.. as supervis :I eons will fill them. Presbyterian of The South
.in Richmond carried full STEEL, STUCCO :. w .

.a .._ r.r... I besides editorials express N F. BASS JACK BASS I'
fine tributes and photographs of 322 Royal Street 615 Sproule.Avenue :
remarkable life so filled with de
and Christian love. Dr. Petrie
made honorary pastor of the
at this date, having an assist"

?.,for ill--. the, remaining! .,, |,.., years.in.., n
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IP ..-e4.- Lrrrerynrw r 1 1--We--are very I3y-much Red,,--Ress in,favor--- z of-the-1 .T.A X N 0 r J CE


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dress for women. If the mem :.'t
of the fair sex want to wear try

and comfortable knickers ,. I ...
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riding, golfing, or roughing it .
any manner, far l be it from us- to '..,:
or even to think it unseemly. 4 1\
can see no reason why an individ
should be hampered with awk- NOTICE is hereby given that'i-'i
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skirts simply because that per- :
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happens. to be of the feminine the tax books of Osceola County ,

The thing which we, in our mas' u- ,4
.J ignorance, cannot understand, is

lot a of sweet some young one's hard thing earned will spend jack will close promptly on April e, ,1

a hiking outfitide' of silk satin,
All for the
some equally pretty but. fragile First. taxes year
which will be ruined at the

.%4e ,I are.contact.going with camping outdoor. orhiking life. When,: we 1922[not paid by that date will '1

r on comfortable clothes which will
.,+ ,, I the wear and tear of such use; and
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be delinquent subject to
e .' e some of our manly beauty 1
serviceable clothing. But the ma
of the delicate sex don't seem
aglee with us in this matter. Is it sale. In writing this office rel- :

that our idea of the fitness
: 1i things is wrong T Or is it true that ative to taxes please furnish.;
is, after all, the chief con- ,
with women? We have

9 i, forced liked upon to believe us alt that the truth but it: may description of your property ::1

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Woman, thou art incomprehensible!
& Ain't it the truth? and enclose postage.
The esteemed but occasionally .;
(though seldom)misguided gentleman .j!

11IV ti s"P'JL 'r r' fu :. presides over the editorial sanc- I (I ,.
THE sanctorum of this newspaper say) ,
Q" gr' ; 0' ]- some of you readers object to .,
J' 1 crack and things we tell\ you. How about ,.
in ? Do you or do you not T Y



I bk' F' of Into disease these, i ir it IT STARTED SOMETHING"I C. L BANDY ) j.

: {&; ' follows : have not said- anything to you,
r have been saying to others and
its journey induced many to take your med.
;
tie : and be convinced. Mayr's Won TAX COLLECTOR
h per r Prevent Remedy is correctly named.
I 'kr auto a 'coat removed stuff from me I never
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could be in human being .. .. -. '
kn. : Finish to a t
j t+ : I feel like a different person. The .
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>i 't;; ; Store the ., in my right side'disappeared at .' " t I '.> .. .... .- -..- .\ ,

,''V. B. : nc ....which' operation four doctors; also said the would bloat- .,':,"..-. """ .'; ...., -.-&.&cIp: c>>]I2,. 'f.\ -.i....

T.. h. 4' and indigestion." It is a simple, 1 .. ,. .._ 'i,
...,preparation that removes a
catarrhal mucus from the-.intes. Ckmpul licetnsed:Funeral,: Director' Y yw
Use a Store mnJ ,
\ ,. +Lsi.Nv 'aerGtor'IBsirwal : tract and allays the .Inflamma w
which causes practically aJl.stom -ea-- ; A. :5fec, 'Mt,,dxrrrg.tisQa df I.. 'It.. ...,..,' : I
Datro. Auto Lo.tier Ur..V1 ; JfR 'A"I>. -- '. ,' /'
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and Intestinal .
trouble liver "
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ieva AltepTooDr.a1.J1 y :tt : On >' I.f4.-j t '.1J'vt'a: ,.. ;,t .. a.-.j.'
"t ,1'btclud.iDe appendicitis. "" .. ,
wOl convince or.montjruwfUnded. I'"'I ;,,,d V. .HIp'InH"AIIIII1.nf" i' 'I'-'t hl'It''' t r
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THE KlSSWtMBB> VALLEY GAZETTF!.FRIDAY,,MARCH '''.ItJ "

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BELATED ARREST EPISCOPAL OPERETTA" ,h lt
KISSMMEEVAL'LEYGHZETTEBUBU8UBD( ROVE$ A.BIO SUCCESS
IS INTERESTING ,
The Ghosts of ,Hilo, presented by ',1."
k : BY To lavertljtfti 'wine members of St. John' Guild last Fri.
Deputized
'* r ,THB: KIBSIMMBK: VALLEY! OAZET'J'mEVERT : Man Affair h Arrested On Charge day night at.the. Casino, proved a
I
FRIDAY Woman In, Cue great success' in every way. '
KJ8BU1MEB., FLORIDA. Preferred By Easter
__ The principal ,characters had ex .PrepareF"or
4: w. B. HARRIS ..-...?...Pe ld.nt Associated Press dispatches Mon. ceptionally good voices and their personalities ; ; I
f ,{ E. O VANS AaNKW.SecretaryALLISON carried the story that Guy lIam were well suited to their ...
T. FRENCHBSCR1ITIOJ *__. ..&.Edltur day : ",
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j" ; mack it out on $1000 bond, awaiting roles, Mrs. Sam Story :,., ,
f. RATI April term of the grand wither sweet voice andgentle ...', ,d I ". -
action of the charmingly -'--
One Year..............<3.00One .' ., :
One Copy which will investigate charges manner, made a very good \
.._ ....... 1:00 jury .
, i Copy Six Month - i''I't
..._. In the Winn affair Princess. The Little Sister was .
, One Copy. Three Month-_... .50 that he participated por ..., .
t, j of last January, preferred by hayed by Miss Ada Wagner, who '. ,' .
:t. I "; (Entered at the.. postofflce. at. Kl..lm- Mrs; Maud Vockrodt (Dr. Winn's captured the audience by her ,acting; .,
I G r mee, Florida a cond-claa matter.) nurse) and Mrs. Lela Strewing, of and singing, enhanced by her very : ..-- w .
, ,__, i. ..... ,. -.Jut.-4H>mmunloM4. - .>cept teamthorlxpd .. .au. Saint Cloud: It is understood that attractive-- costume. Mrs. ArthurCooper's I .. ',7'.'" ,, .,:", .-" -.--. .. .,
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'be-.l_ned held .
orrewpondenta must the charges are that Hanmiack : role as Sorceress was "
.. by the will writer.bo returned It a gun on the two women, who accompanied splendidly .acted and her rich voice ,
Rejected matter
: 1 culled for . Dr. Winn, after he had charmed the audience. Mrs. Cooper .---. .t
.._ left hu car to inquire the whereaboutsof made an appeal for the band. It is /
? For.i n Advertmlng: k or iN nt.tlv! |I a supposed patient, after which it to be hoped that the public will respond '.c'J)
THI.AMERICAN""PRESS ASSOCIATION! is said the doctor was taken some to this generou ly.
I distance further and whipped. Some of the best voices in the city "
? k 'I' FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 1923 Speculation is being Indulged in by were in the chorus, which made a AIy.

I J. ? a large number of Kissimmee people very artistic background as they ..
Hammack was deputizedat and danced all
PERSONS.NEW STORE CROWDED who knew sang delightfully "
t the time to investigate the case, through the-operetta. .
r 1 Yesterday morning presented one as to the motive for the arrest, more Those in the chtfru* were Mesdames ... f,....
I of the most crowded scenes ever experienced than two months after the affair Is Burroughs, Pugh, Minick, and Davis; b.
f- I '\ /\ in Kissimmee when the alleged to have taken place. It will Miss McConnell Alberta Brunson
'' doors were thrown open for the Dol- be remembered that on the Sunday Katherine Tiller, and Patsy Makin.
I lar-Llnut-Store's aster aale.f afternoon In question a telephone call son. Mrs. Sear. and Mrs. Smedal
I ., -- From front to back it was next to for the sheriff, from Saint Cloud,told helped materially With their rich so You step into our store right here in Kissimmee and find a
t impossible to crowd more people in. that Dr. Winn had been whipped and prano voices, singing with the chorus. can
I Lots of pcor/re-\vere there to see the that Deputy Sheriff Bob Campbell To Miss Margaret Stanford is due wide of New Styles. in Men's, Women's, and Children'slow
store in its new location on Broad- deputized Hammack to accompany the credit of the success of the chorus range
way, but.most of them came to get a him to Saint Cloud and the scene of work, at which she worked faithfullyand for and Summer wear. Also a big line orMen's
shoes Spring
chance at the large number of bargains I the alleged separation of the doctor energetically. The results show
t on display. The first men and I Ii from his companions. According to her remarkable ability and her efforts Palm Beach Mohair and Tropical Worsted Suits, madeup
i, i the first women were given presents witnesses of the interview of Camp- were very much' appreciated by thosein j
; free. On Saturday morning: the early bell and Hammack that afternoon charge of the production.The and colors at a higher degree of quality !
.. \ I' comers among the boys and girls with the two women who now preferthe I two solo Hula dancers Miss in the newest styles ,
- i are to be given presents. Banners charges, Mrs. Vockrodt called Inez Pugh and Miss Mattie May Sny- in of the larger towns. "
' : hanging from the ceiling provide a Mr. Hammack by name, said that she der, were very graceful and clever. and at lower prices than many
: 4 very attractive salesroom. did not recognize any of the men in Another Hula dance was given by
the affair, none of whom was masked five little girls, DeRheta Alderman,
! j GEORGE W. BRONSON DIES but that *he would recognize the Floanna Burroughs, Inez Pugh Bo-
two whom she claimed: detained her nita Cooper, and Dolly Cooper. This
I George W. Bronson, one of Osce- in the doctor's car if she ever saw dance was cleverly trained by Mrs.
ola's oldest and best known citizens Sheriff Farmer reportedthat ..
i them again. Burroughs, and was one of the hits .
died Monday afternoon at the home she later told him the same sto I of the evening.Mrs. .
of James Bronson, near Shingle ry. Now comes the arrest nearly i I R. W. Meiklejon at piano, accompanied
II Creek station. Mr. Bronson was 78 three months later, on a warrant issued by Mr. Shrigler with
\' yearsold, and has spent practically by Justice of the Peace Porter, drums, kept the music going at a
t 't all his life in Osceola county, having in Saint Cloud, and the bonding of I lively gait, and the musicians crown
with his parents, to what was who waived preliminary
r come Hammack ed themselves with glory. "
a' i i I then Orange county, where he lived tearing, for appearance before the The stage was decorated by Basil EXCLUSIVE AGENTS SPALDING SPORTING GOODS
I
till his death.
grand jury. Hamilton, Captain Grant, Captain
}. I lIe leaves, besides his wife, five A large number of people, who Meikleioa, Gordon and Arthur .Bul
I sons and five daughters. Funeral service know Hammack to have been m his lock. Mrs. Arthur Donegan and Miss
I
.' I were conducted Tuesday afternoon restaurant the afternoon the whipping Margare t Stanford cleverly attendedto
1 by Rev. John O Campbell, at is said to have occurred, are discussing -: the make-up of the characters !
Pleasant Hill cemetery. Interment the question, theorizing; on -
was under the direction of J. W. the; reasons for the "frame up," as BAND'S PLAY WENT
Thompson, in the presence of a largo they call jitWOMEN'S OVER BIG WEDNESDAY'
concourse of friends.WOODYARD.
1 CLUB WILL A splendid triumph for the band
MOVED ELECT OFFICERS TUESDAYThe boys' dramatic players and the big-
gest surprise of the season, to the audience .
; I have moved my woodyard from annual election of officers for seems to be the general] expression ,
616 Brack street, to 121 Main street, the Kissimmee Woman's Club will occur -I of all who attended the performance -
where I am still prepared to furnish at the Chapter House meeting of "The Girl of the Flying: ,
,' my customers with 120 veneer blocks Tuesday, April :3, desire. m., and a X," at the hands of home talent, given I Fred S. GilbertKISSIMMEE
15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch full attendance is I at the Casino theater, Wednesday
block, 295. Split for stove-wood, The Executive Board shrdlu shrdl night, under the direction of William
guaranteed full strand; l -Inch for The executive board of the club will Triplett.
$8.36; 12-inch for $3.15. Get yourwinter's meet at 230.: I From first to last the drama un FLORIDA .
rU supply now. All delivered. INEZ CARSON ANGAS, folded itself snappily and without a
If m Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12-tf Secretary. hitch, each and every character arising -'
I to a strength and finish that was
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wholly unexpected, while the musical
9 1, program rendered by a select nine- '
piece orchestra under the leadershipof I I

r Mrs. George P. Gardner, added' .
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greatly to the enjoyment of the oceaion. .
Common Sense Wins I and trusting, made the moat of her i'.
I In the characters of the play, Albert opportunities and contributed largelyto
Sutton Jim Ed- the success of the program. Mr. WE SELL
wards," a bashful-though soulful- and Mrs. Triplett, gave capable portrayals -
cow' boy, and played the part with a of the "Cal," and "Mrs. Bai- I TEXAS OILS & GAS '
I' punch that shot straight to the I ley." I _
heart. Walter Griffin, as "Zambra"the Rube LaMonte, ever ready to assist
Mexican, rendered a forceful portrayal Kissimmee enterprises, contrib CAN'T BE BEAT .
of a difficult role and succeeded uted a between-acts specialty, in his ALSO. : '
Common sense always wins. For it,means admirably in making himself usual well-received line. W,. E. j
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} h simply keeping learning thoroughly hated. Allison French DRINKS, FRUITS, CANDIES, GROCERIES
your eyes open, supplied the comedy: In large doses S. II. DEGROAT DIES IN OHIO AND TOBACCO1' .
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from experience and. exercising your best and as "Sputter," a big hearted, hap I 'J

". judgment. It is the kind of common sense py-go-lucky fellow of the typ'cal Many Kissimmee people will be j I AT CITY LIMITSNORTli'I 5.
western type, brought forth many death S. '
...' : saddened to learn of the of
that made Savings Banks in the first place. button-bursting rounds of spasmodic; 11.[ DeGroat, which occurred at his : SQUARE DEAL STATION
laughter. Byron Ames gave an ex- home in Ohio, March .
Youngstown
It is the kind of common sense to which the I
cellent of himself the
account as 20. Mr. and Mrs. DeGroat have been
Savings Department of this Bank appeals "Sheriff," and succeeded in getting I numbered among Kiailmmee's most

away with the sour-milk biscuits. Of I popular winter visitors for a number ___ ___ _ u_ __ _ ____ ,_ _
the lady characters, Miss Lucy Lup-i af years, where they staid at the
fer in the leading role, appeared as Graystone hotel, and Mrs. DeGroatwill
1 '. ;'y: :. Fj the bright winsome daughter of the have the sympathy of a large '
Y 1 ranchman, and injected into the parta circle of friends in this city. The IFirst-Ciass Job Work Our Specialty {
personal charm that was irresistible Immediate cause of death was paralysis.
1\ while Miss Margaret Brunson as .

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'' simmee Sporting Page-Personal and Society Pages-Kis: CIRCULARS. ARE KING BISTRIBUTED AND THERE WILL. BE A LIST OF MOST OF ITEMS TO BE SOLD, IN:THISLE! ,,\E:

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'FOCAL WEATHER REPORT ,Getting' to be regular old summertime r ; I "
4 again. Read last week about ,
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0 Official Bulletin of daily tern.perature . ton of dynamite being used to break Ii". '
0 and precipitations fur- 0 an lea, ftpw"on'the Delaware river, Y

0 nlshed by the Kisslmmee Co and here KUslramee Katz,Brother.advertising 4v,

0 operative U. 8.- Weather Bureau Palm Beach suits and

Bead Nelson Realty Compan"sda..lfled 4 Station, for the weeV ending *' other trick raiment for hot weather! ...

add. 4 Friday, March 80: .. Some weather! Some sale! Heard
4 hM-vat, 4 fellow ask one of the Kate 'brothersif
In-
Miss :Ruth Adman of Marion
diana arrived in Kissimmee Tuesday > Data Mix Mta. Prep. 0 he had a suit which was tough as

to visit her cousin, Mrs. Edgar K tz. O Saturday, Mar 24..90 66 .00 OO sin thin as blazes, and "cheap as the J
dickens and he had. All kinds of
Sunday Mar 25--.8S 62 .00 *
Furnished 'Flat for rent. W. B. 4 Monday Mar 26..82 60 .00 + comfortable clothes and' men's East. '

Harris. Gazette of c.. ,14-tf Tuesday Mar 27.89 64 .00 er bonnets there.

O Wedn'daT, Mar 28..90 64 .00 + milleIfth Easter Sale
,Mrs. Ethel Starbird and little son 4.'Thurada ..-Mat'29..87"b9 :60-. _:'Thatowsgtveiinore -
spent the. week-end: with the, A. S. FrldayjTfar- 5o-78; : 63, .00 listen to music at milking time Is the

Starbird family at Apopka, 4 Readings are made at 8:00 a.:'O positive statement of, Dr. C. B. McN017 -

Mrs'.:Byrd Spillman Dewey' of Orlando .*/m.hours.for,,the' preceding twenty-four.' *O Training, superintendent School Kinston of the N. C.j Caswell; after

was in Kissimmee Wednesday several weeks experimenting with ,n
ALLISON T. FRENCH
visiting, Mrs. Minnie Moore,WiUson. 4 ,,>! Co-operative Observer. ,.* phonograph in the dairy barn where
several
of
scores animals are milked
The leading: life insurance companyof .00.0044da40404040 I daily. One cow Butter Girl gave PRICE

the world-New York, Life. See during one week with music 344.7

Sam Lupfer, agent. 14tfcJ. A. S. Gilbert's Close Oat Sa .- still pounds of milk as against 333.4 -
pounds of milk without music. In
going on.
B. Starky, W. II. Belcher andB. three weeks with music there was litJe .

L. McMullen, of Saint Peterabjrg Mrs. G. N. Combs and small daughter variation then the music Was
were guests at the Newby Inn 'last Jane of Oxford the and that week Butter Girl
spent stopped COMPLETE
week. week-end Ellene visiting Mrs.G. fell to 316.6 pounds of milk. He is continuing HERR YOU WILL FIND A SELECTION OF SHOES,

City tax ,books will close Saturday B. ,Woodall and family. the tests.iar.el.. HATS, DRESS GOODS, SUITS AND NOTIONS. THE PRICE IS

March<31. A penalty of five per cent Eat at DuPonfa, Cafe. You'll find LOW AND TIlE QUALITY HIGH.
will be added if not paid by that date.J. u. "In the Heart of Kisiimmee. --- .---

R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. 16-8tx
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, M. B. Shelton 'of'Daytona Beach and from_-Mrs-a W week's: IL-Stroup stay, in returned Dalton Friday, Geor- : 100 .yards-pretty ssu< the Inn Sunday

topped Monday,at being Newby in Kissimmee on a gia tier where sister She attended the funeralof hams, .per yard . . . . . 39c $1.00 per yard; now .10. .85c 1

business trip.
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Ask for information on the New
One week more' and your chance York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup-
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Gilbert' Close Out Sale. fen Women's and Girls' Pretty WE SELL THE


was Mrs.in L.Kissimmee Lockwood.in of connection Jacksonville with grove.Special Nelson bargain-Realty-In Company.fine bearing* FOR AtH-strert.FOR Jersey SALE cow Apply X-lto 1Mabjkette Belts, . . . .25c, 35c, and 50c McCALL PATTERNS I

lodge work laat week stopping at Otis Masters Harry Dale.. L. L.
the "Newby Inn. Davis, Terry McDanlel Aubrey Kill- FOR HALE--Good pair of mules at a
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reasonable price. Bee B. H. Dougtitan
ngsworth, and J. C. Hood Boy Scouts city manager l'-tfc One lot $6.00 Waists ,to closeI' 150 yards Thread
Sha.... 16e; haircut 35c; children! from Saint Augustine were guests at Sewing ,. .
26c; at Casino Barber Shop. 18uMi. the Newby Inn last Saturday. I FOR HAL.K-Fine Porto Rico sweet potato .

plant. 11.60 per 1000; ".00 for ." out at, leach . . . . . . .$4.75Boys' Spool . . . . . . . . . 5c
.. May Morse state home dairy Seven and a half million dollars' 600. Joe Redla-rr, 1101 Uabbett
has been in Klsslmmee this street. Klsalmmer. It-UK
specialist donated to the One Cent Sale division
week visiting school clubs with Miss for 1923. All next week at Minick's FOR HAL.K- Or will trade for an automobile -
Albina Smith. Drug Store. g-ond Voiir piano Drat claaa .
condition. A. D. Marston IS Mitchell -
street or P. O. Box 447. Kl..lrainee. Dress Pants Special Boys' and Girls' Union
To save money on your dry goods ,
New York Life Insurance: Co., Sami. 15-2tx: 300 PAIR OF SHOES

and shoes you will have Sale.to visit A. S.* Lupfer local representative.\ 14tfc I per pair . . .$1.00Girls' Suits . .'. . . 49c up
Gilbert's Close Out FOR BAI.K-Or Exchange: Nice home
Mrs. F. M. Souders entertained Mr. In KlHBlmmeo Park; also two 5roombungalowa L jzjLjjMMj ONBARGAIN > i aS
Marion Farmer has been In Kissimmee and Mrs. Finnefrock, Mr. and Mrs. in bent residence section l
of KIsBlmmee. Call 620 Mabbettestreet.
since Tuesday having come up Hats at Reasonable -
Shrigley. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin, 16-Ztz
from Miami to visit .his parents, Mr. last Sunday In honor of Mr. Souders Prices Women's Silk Hose +
and Mrs. J. J. Farmer and his brother birthday.One FOR KAI.K-Two new 6-room bungalows TABLESAt
Carson Farmer. with garage'; lots 60x180; hot 75c and $1.00 c
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and cold water; g-laaned-ln sun parlor -
Cent Sale at Minick's DrugStore built-in china cabinet and Iron-
The beat investment you can makeis all next week. log board; shades, electric light fixtures Men's Dress Shirts,
'a New York Life Policy. Better nn.> bath; everything completeand Reduced Prices
than a savings account. See Sam up to the minute. Small paymentdown with Collar and with- Greatly
Lupfer. 14-tfc II. Stanley Bullock was a visitor in and tertni. AIXO homo for One lot Wash Skirts to
Kissimmee this week on his way to ,,,.Ie. Inquire of owner. 120 Bryan out Collars-

Mr. and Mrs. William Wohlhuter and from the Arthur Donegan casein street 14-tfc LOOK THEM OVER.IF close out for . . 79c'

moved from Loughman to Kisiimmec the federal court at Tampa in FOR 8AL.K-A nice 6-room cottage, $1.00 $1.25, $1.35, $1.45, Were $1.50.
this week and are occupying the cottage ' which .lie was a witness for the gov- with lights water and bath. on easy. WE HAVE YOUR
on Rose avenue recently vacated ernment. He left this morning with Richards.payment 403 See Vine the street owner. 1A J.-tta $1.50 and up.en's ,

by Stanley Bullock. i Mrs Bullock and little daughter, JoeUerta STYLE AND SIZE
will FOR 8AlK-Ten acre farm with house '
for Miami, where they
tax books will close Saturday make their home. They, leave a host I'ostofflco'!lOO. !:. bundltlM'A. Strout Farm Agency $1.00 Union Suits YOU SAVE SOME Bungalow Aprons
Marc X
31. A penalty of five per cent of good l friends in Kiafrimmee who -our price . . .85cREDUCTION REAL
added If not paid by that date.J. MONEY. $l:OO. '
will be sincerely regret their change of res- FOR HAI.K-Good milk cow for cash.
R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. Idence. Inquire at Gaaette.. K II

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FOR HALli tOO good pasture
acres -

Mrs. T. M. Murphy returned to E. W., but Donham who originally has recently from J Cincinnati urrWsrtlpt - land$5'00 near nor acre.8t. Cloud.Write For H. D quick Williams sale 'I OfW.O ON ALL NEW SHOES. THAT RAVE ARRIVED 'J

Kissinune '.Wednesday, from the nlssffnmefi, gave Wauchula, Florida. S-tf I
Florida Sanitarium at Formosa ? opefly"in IN THE PAST FEW. WEEKS. SEE OUR SHOE BARGAIN ,
talk befote the Cham-
an interesting FOR SALE. For tent rurntshed
where the was taken by Judge Murphy ber of Commerce yesterday regarding Room us It TABLES FOR. JMONEYrSAVING, PRICES I
Sunday for a few days' treat- a big fish called a Rhino-aarn- cents ea aroTie; Uasatta ao''ft ... ,
utfFOR
ment. some-kina-of-a-cuss which was captured -

books will close Saturday In Florida waters, and wJiich. he 8ALB/-Fln residence property. Men's Summer Suits, made by one of the best -clothing companies. Our

Marc 31.tax A penalty of five per cent has Pennsylvania be exhibiting points. His from was Miami whale to Apply .at Kisslmmee.the office"'of Tb' ValleyOascite. S-tf Price . . ., '.' .. .'. . ., ; . .. .. . ... . .... . . . .$11. O and $11.95
will be added if not paii by that date.J. .
clerk and collector. of 'a fish story the specimen he discussed SECOND HAND OOOOS. bought, sold

R. Gilbert city IO.tf evidently having been Jonah's and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf Men's Summer all sizes and kinds priced $2.25 $3.00 $4.75
Pullman Car in the days beyond re- Trousers ; $5.00 -
FINIS LITTLE FARM 7 blocks from .
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Woodall were call. court house, containing two acres; ,
the hosts last night at a birthday extra tine .land; nicely Improved.
ST. JOHN'S, IIAD FINE $3.000. Ternm.SO MEN'S SUMMER HATS-ALL STYLES AND-PRICES -e.
their HarryWoodalL
upper in honor of eon PALM SUNDAY MUSIC ACHKH LAND with 40 acre orange -
A few of the Immediate hf,hrta grapefruit: itrove. IV acr":H 10% REDUCTION ON ALL FLORSHEIM SHOES
frienda of the family were presentand Mrs. Harold Smedal's solo, "Unto of tine large bearing; trees, ",
land
splendid S.OOO
orange ; nurserytrees
greatly enjoyed the event. Thee O -Lord" rendered at the morning to extend grove; Z acres tancerlnes :
service-at Saint John's Episcopal ; n. growing Into money I!
tax books will close Saturday, and paying, \ Brood returns. Best
Marc 31. A penaBty of five per cent church on Palm Sunday was deeply of reasons why this property ran be I

will be added if not paid by that date.J. fond appreciated of good by sacred many music.people who At the are Table had. at six-rial terms of bargain payment.and It on r.v.1

R. Gilbert city clerk and collector. night Service Miss Kathleen McCon- pay you to Investigate. this If In position LYLES V. STORY & CO. j

10-tf nell sang "The Publican" by Van ,do? reoolli to make modern a rich home Investment.SIX 1 blocks. ,

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson, sons, Water a selection well adapted, to from court house, $376(1. This Is :

Ed and Fay Lucas and daughter, her fine contralto voice. be rood had.property and sortie terms can 4"il

Janet Lucas left Wednesday for their Saint John's choir under'the direc- TWO FIVE room cottages with city
farm at East Liberty, Ohio to make tion of Mrs. R. M. Anus. with Mrs. water, and one with lights: one not SHOES ;
their home in future. During their S. 11. Bullock as organist, is Raid now completed on Inside: paying good DRY GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS
to be one of the best Episcopal i-hurch Interest on $!600. Will soil to quick
residence In Kissimmee they have buyer for 1760. Time without Interest BROADWAY KISSIMMEE FLORIDA J
choirs in southern Florida.
made many friends who regret their on part.
WK 1IAVH, the bargains and guaranteesquare
departure. FORMER KISSIMMEE GIRL treatment.
ALL KINDS of Florida homes and In-
tax books will close Saturday, MAKES GOOD AS ARTIST vestments. e e r
Marc 31. A penalty of five per cent NKI.HOV REALTY. COMPANY

will be added if not paid by that date.J. Mrs. Cornelia Ann "Billy" Clam log. Adapted Nurseries, Tampa; Fla. .t.oot. OOOOOOO"OOO''O'OO 09 O' O OO OtOtt'ooOOO
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R. Gilbert, city clerk and collector. pitt, who will be remembered in Kis- FOR RENT 61-tf

10-tf simmee as Miss Cornelia Morrison, is FOR HRNT: -To responsible party. S IF YOU do any kind of farming In A't
attracting considerable attention this rooms of hou.... No. S24 Bermuda Florida you should read The Farmer. I
Nelson Realty Company report theaale winter in the artist's colony at SaintPetersbul'lr. avenue, for summer season; reason- .and Stockman which deal with citrus Your Dimes Last Like Dollars
of the Thacker 20 acres on brick The Tourist News last nM rent; nice shade; preferred and truck forming live stock
of to M. II. without children. See Jos. Sihnw.14st. poultry and dairying. Send for free .
road two miles east town
week published her photograph and sample copy or S6 cents for threemonths. I I
Mole, of South Onrolina, price $3000. the following sketch: Yearly subscription $ i
Mr. Mole' has a family of 13 members Mrs. Clampitt was the artist who FOR RKNT-One half of the Golf Clubhouse three scare $1.00. Published 1.00'1 I
which has Teeently been re- The Farmer AT
additionto month. Address
and will be a splendid a 21
the States edition -
made the Festival of paired. Partly furnished. 165 per Htookman No. 10 Newnan Street
our citisenship. cover drawing, generally conceded month. Including fcarnge. Address: Jacksonville. Florida. 11-tfc
to be one of the best ever used Oolf club. Klaalmme.tl ?
tax book will close Saturday by a publication in the south. In addition WOTICM TO CREDITORS '
Marc MILAR35&10CENTSTORE 1 '
WANTED.IF .
81. A penalty of five per cent Mrs., Clampitt has ably illustrated ri. Cevrt.' .f the Ce.. will be added if not paid by that date.J. '
manyof the articles which YOU do any kind of farming In'r State eC Klerlan.
R. Gilbert city clerk and collector. were printed in the Tourist News Florida you should read The Farmer
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10-ti and "Stockman' which duals with citrus In re Instate ofV.. O. Ra-ss. Of'c..a..d.To ,
during the winter. Dlstrlhut..eaI ( > i
and truck farinlag. live stock, all Creditors. Leg-Hires.
An automobile consisting of Mrs. Clampitt is truly a Southern poultry and dairying. Send for free' all Persons having Claims or Drop in and look around our store. You can always ;
party girl,having been born- in Alabama and sample copy or It cents for three I Demands against said Estate: "
Mr. and Mr*. Louis KalbftjU. of Pa- in Tennessee and Florida, months. Yearly subscription $1.00; You. and each of you arc her..bynotUI..d find something need and the price will :
latka; Mr. and Mrs. C. E.:Ufftn and brought up three years $1.00. Published twicea and required to present any you .,
of Tallahassee After graduating from the Onceola month. Address The Farmer and claims and demands which you or
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buchan high school she studied art in Boston Htockman, No. 10 Newnan Street. ''either of you may have against the surprise you. We have many useful articles j ','
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cas- of Jacksonville. Florida. 12-tfc estate of ,V. C. Bass, deceased late ofIKls.lmmee.
of Knoxville Tennessee, etop- under Vesper Lincoln George, one I Osceola County.. "Florida to
lJadY-I fist week at the Newby Inn. the most noted art teachers in America ANTEo-Jolan and wife to look after I I Administrator of said which will cost you more if bought elsewhere. !'
/ studio in Bos '' ..tat..' within from the date
and later opened a !4-acre farm. Call or apply 311 two years
take ton. She was an artist on the Main street. lS-4tc 4.ereolDated \ '
You the loser if yoli'don't
are P March 7th. A. D. 1923.
advantage of the slaughter prices at< Youth's Companion staff for five Till J. R. Watkins Company will employ 'f WALTER C. BASS Admr.
A. S. Gilbert's Close Out Sale. years. Several years ago she returned a lady or gentleman agent InKlsslmmee. 15-.t KtsslDimee Florida. i WILLIAM MILAR t
to Florida and opened a*studio In Watkins Products areknown .
T. Gilbert Pearson, president of Tampa doing a large amount of high make everywhere big Incomes.and our Investigate salespeople - I NOTICE OF SIIKH1FK-H ALK. ,

the national association of Audobon class commercial work. Later her this opportunity! Full particulars Notice Is hereby given that under "
Societies was a Kissimmee visitor two children occupied most of her attention . and valuable samples sent free and by virtue of a certain execution '. '
to hustlers who mean business. tested the 20th day of February. 6 BROADWAY
this week. He addressed .the Chamber and it has been only during
I I1'H, Issued out and under the seal of .
Write today. The!! J. Watkins Co., "
of Commerce yesterday, giving the last winter that she has taken up Dept 86 Memphis Tenn. 11-ltx: the PI r CM It Court of Marlon County '
some most interesting data on bird her art again In earnest.In .- Florida. In that certain case wherein ..o.o..o..t""O""t"O"'O"'t...

preservation, and urging the"'establishment addition to being/ a skilled illustrator FOUND I['J.1 H. Spencer doing and business W. R. Pedrlrk.as the as Ocala copartners ....t..oo.oooo..oo..D..OOO.O..DO.OO..ooo.... *t "

of a state game commission Mrs. Clampitt is an interior Gas Engine Works was plaintiff and if:
in Florida. Lack of space resentsresume decoritbr' or'note.' During the past 'OUND--Bar pin, at Tress" New. Stand. ''O. D. Rove _g.defendant. I have levied C. F. PHIPPS J. H. PHIPPS f' .
Call
Of, him remarks .in this issue. ..eekl.ahe baa. decorated the Yacht there. 14-ltc, upon and will on Monday the 7th.day '

Club, the high school auditorium and MISCELLANEOUS .hours of of Mar.aaie. IMS.offer for between sale and the sell legal to PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE ;

M v'and Mrs...R. L. Stamp with Mr. Huntington hotel, in connection $ADAPTED ,BUNCH ,'CHAPES brio 1 the 'his/best and best bidder for- cash
and Mrs. J. H. Stump,.were in Kit- with the Rotary Conference',festlvi- D month af-- the following described" personal pros : GENERAL REPAIRS\and ACCESSORIES, is 4"
tsrplantingPlant r ;, .
the an and towlt:- .. '
and acreaga ,
Thursday ties also-designed .Rotary
to ,' : \
aimmee:from Sunday' -
visiting their sister;' Mrs..A tt; Smith. float lit the Featfvatof'' States parade. !fruit>. Independent., Jnvestment',...Bestcommercial-';: !Motor One'No.T-paasenjrer HUlfl.. the Buick_me touring'oar to be; oidto : r FISK 'TIRES HARTFORD ;BATTERIES :; ; i ?
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The Stump brother Ilv. in'Valdosta, Mrs.'damptt llrso lies had considerable ,jo't brt. s hlarhest prl_ Weintroduceed < satisfy said.. judgmest'and+'coets.'ef c ,
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decorating the Initeriors w into .. and ..10.. .r. ; ;' )' .. 'BU1I.DING< ..A';;,. ,$
and are both mberaf the Rotarian axpenenctt tbe x graph ;)L-vrorld iF" ,.,..2 ; ,J-1''f' L'R. VAR1R16R'' ,' ,COCA, DIN $PIER'8 ; \ ...,
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attended of homeshaving 4 beautified\ ....they nave been doing ten eea- -t -'< ? '1
doubl".quar1eU8.,harin..Jut ,. rults also Bhertff oroaoeola County"Flerlda.- 1.1. :1-
Other treeJ' KISSIMMEE.1FLORIDA
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the"Rotary Clnb' convention. .a1BaintPetersburg. soma of' the, show... :...places ef, ta4t.edt.>, blueberries blaekberrtea. n_>pemon- Br, Rebt." CalD.1'. Deput. lIherStt.J't. ' {i'

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. 't VOLUME 1. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA MARCH: 80, 1928 ,NUMBER 11 ,

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r Editor.( J .__-_____..___--Fred Lupfer MUSIC NOTEs ,APRIL FOOL NOTES As 30011, '
Editor___.Albert* Bronson
Assistant Have you heard about the Senior 1-The faculty have decided to abandon I
u l Reporter Recital which will be. given at the 'all monthly testa. is flow, inaccurate, unsatisfactory ,instrumentfor
a
Tuesday 2-Mr Shaver has entered and I II' .
Grade...Wlnnlfred! Denning school auditorium evening track In comparillon'with
Twelfth baking powder
a Gradei.Katherine Miller April 3f at eight o'clock, by Miss runs to and from school to keep i measuring
G, y Eleventh.Grade__Mary Louise Snodgran Margaret Brunson, assisted by Miss training.> So tar he is champion -
Tenth Grade ,..i..iAthaHa GriffinMucic Mae Winn, of 1024<< Well, if you are of the pole vault.I ,
: ;
Ninth DepartmentEtbel- Owen at school and her all the talk in the 3-Mrs. Maltinson announces that she .
school rooms, in the office and on the will G'' r The ability to pay attention is one grounds, you surely will not miss the of charge.4Hamilton .' >rRheumatismQuirk Breadis
of the greatest faculties that -the hu- event. There will be many surprises Brown pot\ twenty-five the .' .
which all awaiting.No demerits in e
and everyone we are anxiously for eating peanuts relief
Beetand
man race possesses
what all these class
imagine
e Attention is the one can English '
cultivate it.
' should of the mind to any object surprises will be. . 5-Miss Leitner had to send for Mr. The quickness, the sureness
; plication has two ears and The following program, which was Shaver to make the Freshmen be with which Sloan's brings relief Cheapest f-
ji of sense. A person '
mouth therefore if he pay given in the high school auditorium quiet. has made it the standard
,1 ii only one ; the things, last Monday evening, was greatly en- 6-Earl Babbitt bas cut off his pom- Food.
attention and observes go- for rheumatic pain
t_ joyed by all who attended. padour. remedy that be made, ',
around him he should learn twice the best flour and leavening can (
ing Sloan's to that
; Program 7 Miss Wyckoff has resolved not to Apply
would otherwise. A scales and mixed by
balanced
i, as much as he weighed on finely ;
Duo-Two pianos: send more pupils to profes- sore, stiff joint or aching
do any x
fl person also has two ears but they them 1' Le Premiere Valse__________Durand. sor.8Caroll. muscle. The pain that has machinery, a ton and a half at a batch. It l Is
him good if he does not open
no what is being Dena SnodgVass and Eleanor Rosen. Makinson is going to try a seemed unbearable disap- just right. Ask your grocer.
attention to
: and pay than Sicialiano ____________E. L. Ashford fat-reducing diet. so
ai Attention is more consciousness with
aid. consciousness concentrated Theta Phay. 9-Miss Shockley has resolved to let pears amazing rapidity. BUSH MILLING CO. Seymour, lad.
is
; it
;: Sloan's breaks the inflammation -
S under The Mocking Bird.Mathilde Bilbro the pupils omit the problems up
1, law of, voluntarily limitations.applied Shakespeare Katherine Smith problems they consider too hard. behind most rheu w4Qfifi00fiS OOCtOOOo ooooooooooottO.OOOOOOOO.O.....
y its ;Reading-"A Very Bad Case"___ 10-Russell Edwards has signed the
statement a matic pain. It to _.
: goes
the following
? quoted'They say the tongue of dying men ___ ________Evelyn Piano contract with Jenny J. Jones' source of the trouble. It -- -----

4 .r, We enforce attention attention like is deep a great harmony.thing", In Piano the Solo.Boat,.._____________II. Morris ll-Mr.Midget Cason Show.is going; : to quit ten- scatters the congestion that TOURING .$490.0O '
repeat
a Evelyn Sutherland. nis, it might make him thin. causes the pain.
GRAY AUTOMOBILE
but few people realize it. Try prac-
Alt tfmmiti SliNJI.'I.SJo.m. F. O. B. DETROIT
tlsil11rpayinlt' attention and then note Bird's Spring Greeting.----Preesle 12-The pupils have reformed; theyare tarry '
L r t i- difference. Elizabeth Waring studying hard and their IinimentfrMrfFor />/
i .. ".. the Little Tin Soldier____""__.Daniel Rowe marks are soaring. .mbraf_.sjtrajlnsj.chest. cold .A light, economical five-passenger car of pleasing"appearance
The Seniors were very much excit- Richard Hilton. modern mechanical -
that embodies
.
ed Tuesday evening and after asking Reading. APRIL FOOLdon't every
t', : many questions we discovered the Over the Baluster..Katherine Miller I think that it's any fun feature, and sells at a price never before approached '

'' r.t" reason. invitation They had: received"The Sophomore the following The Piano Rose Solo.___________ Mathilde Bilbro To say things that aren't true; DANGERS OF A COLD for equal quality of material and work-
e Class cordially invites the Senior Raymond Dayson. To scare you most to death and run, Its of and .features
; I J Class to a party, given in honor of Arbutus_______-____M. A. E. Davis And"April they Fool yell!back" to you: Kiasimmee People Will Do Well To manship. ability performance
; the Seniors at the school house, Friday Lucille Griffin. I Head Them of comfort reflect the engineering refinement of
evening, at 8:00 o'clock. Everyone Reading-"Joe's Crime"________
I is requested to dress to represent ________________Florence Savage I never would take an old purse Many bad cases of kidney trouble the higher-priced car.
And tie it to string
I : the title or a character of some book." Duet-Katherine Smith.and Mary Francis For what could a possibly be worse, fc result from a cold or chill. Congested II. P. SUHL, Agent, Osceola County.

SPLATTER Solo-Wild Rose___Marschall Loepke Than to jerk it"and sing: kidneys poison-laden fall behind blood in and filtering backache the, I J

Edna Kritz. "April Fool headache, dizziness and disordered ___ _ -- ---- _
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II Coach: -"Have you had any experience Venetina Dreams_______ B. Anthony kidney action follow. Don't neglect a
with work?" I'd never pin a funny sign ,
j. ,: gym Margaret Waring. cold. Use Doan's Kidney Pills at theImf'sign ,
Student "Yes, I've danced with On passer-by
t, Reading-What the Lord High Chamber any ; of trouble. Follow
I lots of dumb-bells.-Ex. lin Said_______Eleanor Rosen And watch him till the note he'd' find, this Kissimmee/: kidney resident's example BANQUETS AND DINNER .

> Teacher-"Take this sentence "Let Valse ______________________ Guilitt Then loudly laugh" and cry: Mrs. T. L. Comer, C21; Mabbette:
"April Fool!
f Ina Phay. ... street says: "Dean's Kidney Pills PARTIESThe
t the cow be "taken out pf the lot. Simplicity______________J. R. Morris have been my standard kidney reme-
What mood No, never could I such things do,
..' I Pupil-"The Cow."-Ex.Th Dena Snodgrass. As fooling people BO dy for the past fifteen years. When
Scottish Poem --un______McDowell ; 1 took cold it settled on kidneys'and
a,1'I' For what I say must all be true my
I ancient Greeks one of the most I Edith Miller. I'm know caused me to suffer misery in the
And this
Musical Reading. sure you : small of new management Of the Graystone Hotel Dining Room of-
intellectual of nations, were distinguished "April Fool!" A.J.A. my back. I flit miserableall
i for their small heads. No I Slumber Song. over. I tired easily and was ner- fers unexcelled service for Banquets and Private Dinner Parties.
'I' .' wonder some of us have such large Reader-Rosalie Hilton. Accompanist, Practice Makes Perfect vous and subject to headaches and
heads, but of course there are excep- DeRheta Alderman.Scrapin' _ Doctor-"You cough more easily spells of dizzinenn. I always used A good supply of the best foods obtainable always on hand.ORDERS .
__
tions to all rules. The Frostin Joan's Kidney Pills when troubled
DishLa this morning.
i
________ Rue Cole with these
attacks
---- ---- Patient ought to; I practiced and they promptly
The night was dark nearly all night. -Ex. relieved me so I felt fine in every FOR REGULAR SPANISH: DINNERS SOLICITED
(, The coast was clear, One of our intelligent Junior boys way."
"' When out of the barn, thought that King George V. and The average Freshmen is like a Price COc at all dealers. Don't
I, Came Paul Revere. Lloyd George were the same person. bottle of cream-thick at the top.- simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan I
He Jumped in his Ford, .
p r. Exchange.One s Kidney Pills-the same that
And gave her the gas Minister-"Do you ever attend a Mrs. Comer had. Foster-Milburn Co., ,
The dam thing exploded place of worship on Sunday" of the said the Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y. I Get Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette
The darn thing exploded, Boy_"Yes, sir. I'm going to her famous words of Nero were: "Keep
f.,1 \ He lit, on the grass.-Ex. t house now.-Ex. I the Home Fires Burning." .. .- .- .
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BIRD BANDING'ASSOCIATION"
FORMED : .1

I In connection with the bl d-&.nd-
ing work of the biological survey of
LARDEvery. the United States department of agriculture -
1,338 mallards, black ducks
and trapped and banded
,-. in November and December at the Fire is Remote
.. .. Sanganois Club, Browning Ill.,;by a
; : .Housewife uses Lard. We have a large member of the bureau. A large number ,

r It). \. supply of'o' l'.own make of Lard-and to convince already of returns been received.from these The birds information .have. ''I'j.: : Decay is eairte, .
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furnished by the returns regarding I :
the of Kissimmee that there is i1m ,, : ,:
"I ,F' people, a the movements of these migratory : ''I,l'f\\f.. *+ '\.A3 .. ,"
f : vast difference in Lard I will sell this high birds 'will be of much value to -' "; .i"",' .
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those interested in bird-banding work.A
t quality Lard, Saturday only, at 15c per pound. new inland bird banding association -
has been formed in the central
1 j'' :, Limit: 5 pounds to a customer. states, which co-operates with the INSURE
11 biological survey in this work. Particular -
{i' T_ attention will be given bv it I
to a study of the birds that follow

t i We carry a full supply of Fresh Salt and Cured the Mississippi Valley flyway.

J: I Meats, Veal), Pork, Lamb and Beef, and our .I KISSIMMEE PLUMBING

't. ;>1. prices are always right. Saturday, we always SHOP
vrith&lee
9' Mastic
ft' have specials: Neck Bones, Pigs Feet, Pig Tails, ee PaintDecay

1 I"' Smoked Sausage, Frankfurters, Bologna, Boil- Nothing Too Big

: : ed Ham, Vegetables; and we also have a full Nothing Too Small

( ,: line of Canned Goods. Come in and get your is constantly at work. It begins with

J All Work Guaranteed little specks of rust-a rotted spot-perhaps a crack
-f; I Meats, and buy a few pounds of good homemade that
I the wood the
to elements
;i exposes -but decay once
; To Be Satisfactory
Lard at 15c per pound, for Saturday only. started spreads, rapidly.

f ", Yours for Mutual Benefit, 5 Broadway : Telephone 143 r There is only one way to prevent this deltructioD-
.
the timely of
\ use Paint and Varnish.
tt.
: Pee Gee Paint Products have "Saved '
f '1 S. L HAGERMAIN eew th. Surface" for
,: ; over fifty-five' y...... They will prove to YOU the best

I :l ? 1I and cheapest insurance against wear and weather.For .

I 4' 107 BROADWAY PHONE 117 (house exteriors Pee Gee Mastic will give longest
e.
,'- us : service at lowest cost. It is an absolutely pure, double pigmedt paint
SANITAAYDAIAYCO'S containing a high percentage of ZINC ground In genuine lined oil.
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and therefore has greatest covering capacity and durability. It adds
MILK & ICE CREAM to the looks and life of your property and is the most economical: .
paint for you to use.

For every surface that needs protection, whether wood,stucco brick

i N. : TIRE PRICES ON THE ADVANCE 1 1AM cement or metal specify


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': r I Here is an opportunity for you to save 20% on your M n M nn I,.

: ('i; ; Tires at Gilbert's Service Station for 10 days on

;' Goodrich Fabric and Cord Tires : i

.. ATTENTION '
30 x 3 Fabric, Sale Price, $ 9.00-List $11.55 FATEHRS afntLens '!

30 x 31/2: Fabric, Sale Price, 10.00-List 13.15 1
Varnl.sbe.s-stg/ns
32 x 4 Fabric, Sale Price, 19.00-List:: 23.85 =Enamelj
Sanitary Dairy milk is
Silver Town Cord the .milk for your folks.It Ask for thin bautlfuliyWu.trated' .
tbook.o.
5 ; 30 x 31/2 Cord, Sale Price, $13.50-List $16.95 Your; wil]wife benefit end your children baby. w'rlu to OSCEOLA- HARDWARE COMPANY /

,32 x 4 Cord, Sale Price, 30.00-List 36.10GILBERT'S will iik*'Jt and it will be Peaslee-Gaulbert. Co. Kissimmee, Florida
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0' &A 1r.adeJa.ih.Cl..loo... :
q Florida, deflnlng such places; methodof thaD yw.r.. 7.r
treatment of .. ,&} definingparties '9101 Ali 'laorlarln.the . "
....... ......... responsible and providing for rlAugust, a... September I Il

It c...., 1T S> J*.tlal a__.. the punishment of all violator' lIIoDt"lt.of kSEbbp, or commercial fih-

F..!. !. 1'7.NalbaQb.a..yy.Mortgage . BB IT ENACTED BY THECITT Ing Ia the' s 4d'Uke*,,. Requlrlnsf. all
COUNCIL* parties prior tv the use of any fishingoeglpment.tof
,'. Loaq Section Ic It aKb unlawful for commercial> purposes to l .
oration > present the 'same to the Sheriff: of Oseeola. .
compallJ"I' any- pereon to have, keep, maintain,
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--, "'.. or permit within the corporate punt tqw :' Inspection, and a ,
k D. Lawton. limits' or City of'Klsslmmes any collection permit to be obtained from such officer .
TICS OK MASTER'S SALE of standing or flpwlng water In and Pro"'ldlnlt'.sor the confiscationand .
0.''I* hereby then that und.r which tnosquitoesbr.ed. or are-llksly alt such fishingequipment
rlrtu of a final d.crs of forentered *- to breed, unless such collection of that may":: be usedla the

on the Itth day of water Is treated so as effectually,, to said lake -withoutsuch license Inspection ....
Kit In that certain caua and .
*rr, prevent such breeding permit first obtained. A
pending In the Circuit Court Section >. Collections of water In copy of raid proposed act may be seen
nth Judicial Circuit, Ososola which mosquitoes breed 'or are likelyto at my office In the State Bank Build. '. _,f
Florida, In Chancery, wherein breed are those contained In ditches, Ing, Ktaslmm, Florida r'N
lo MortaagLoan Company a lltv W. JT. 6TBBD. l '
pond, *, hole,t depression
atlon, I. complainant, and Frank *, open cesspools, privy vaults,
ton I. defendant, I will on the fountains, V cisterns tanks, shallow NOTICE) 01" APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL .
ondar In April. IMS. It being wells, barrels, troughs (except horse ACT RATIFYING CHARTER
and Day of the month and a le- AMENDMENTS TO TUB CHANTER
troughs In frequent use), urn., cans,
Ues day, during the legal hoursofer boxes, bottles, tubs, buckets, defective OF THH TOWN OK. KIMIMMKB
for sale and Bell at the house roof gutters, tanks or flush closets CITY. r High In Public EsteemThe
nor of the Osceola County Court or other similar wat....'eontaln..r.. : Y
Klsslmmee, Florida, to satisfysore. Section 1. The natural presence of TO ALL, WHOM IT MAy'CONCERN; ,.
., the following. described mosquito larvae In standing or .running Notice Is hereby given that the City r
state, lying and being In water shall' be evidence that mosquitoes Commissioners of the City of Klsslm .
la .ltuat"l' o..ld&, to-wlt ,Lot. are breeding there. mee will apply to the Legislature of new Overland leaps, to, the front by giving more '
red 8evenly-one 8e"ent.two..nln. Section 4. Collections of water In the State of Florida at its session to .
and Ninety of Section On., which mosquito breed or are likelyto b* held In the year of A. D. 1111. for for less' No other car'at or near its price has an all-
Chip TwentyRang.Seminoleand breed shall b* treated by such one special or local act ratifying, approving
IlnK to the plat Of the or more of the following methods as adopting and confirming the Charter steel; 'body, with baked enamel finish-or. Triplex '
Investment Company'. Inrated shall b* approved by the. health offi Amendment voted on by the cltl-
Plat ot Section One died In cer. -..-' -- sens of the Town of Klsalmmee City. Spring; for'greater riding comfort
-
idee of the Clerk of the Circuit (a) Screening with wire nettingof fit the election held In said City on the or so many
and recorded among the publicU'of at least It meshes to the Inch sixteenth day of December A. D.' 1111, Timken bearings Order insure
now to
Osceola COUDtT.S'also Lot each way or any other material amending the. Charter of said Town of early delivery.
It Block "N" town of which will effectively prevent the Klsslmmee City and In and by the ,
Lssee, according to the correctedBf Ingress or egress of mosquitoes proposed special ,bill will provide that .
the said town of Narcoosse (b) Complete emptying every seven said amendments svs recorded In. the 1 etas fur H'iltyt-Ovtrk4 A4pni..."" in Tk.Sttnritj Swtmlmf Pert
a the office of the Clerk of the days of unscreened, containers. office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of .'
t Court of O.r*ola County Flor-' together with their thorough dryIng the County of Osceola and State of
.. the 11th day of January, A D. or cleaning Florida, pursuant to the provisions of
situate, lying and being In Osce- (c) Using a .. and R. O 8. 1991 shall be taken and accepted 'die New
unty.. Florida. applied under the direction of the as the amendments adopted q6J
of sale caeh. Purchaser to health tnce... and In and by said special bill will
or deed. (d) Covering completely the surface further provide that all the proceedings -
54 this 18th day of February.W. of the water kerosene, with reference to the adoption of -
petroleum, or thltU once every said charter amendments shall be and ,
J. STEED seven days. are validated, approved and confirmed., 1 I .
Special" Master. (e) Cleaning sufficiently This the ISth day of March A. D. - -
_JNSON & DJCklNBON.or free of vegetable growth 1918. $
for Complainant. IX-St and other obstructions, and stocking A. 8 OILRRRT. 5.
H. M. KATZ. burin
mosquito .
,, County Judir1. Court. Osceola (f) Filling or draining:: .t.t"h. satisfaction G. W. PERSONS. I.
Florida. In Probate. In the of the health officer H-pt I
Cr of the ostat of Henry W. Corl. femovalordestruction NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
led. Citation. THE STATE OF disposal of tin cans, by, tin boxes, DEED: i. s.*_ tltl It.N,'" IIZS c..,. ITII All prkes f. .. .. 1'.'.".

J.DA TO: Nellie O. Corl; Charlesirl broken or empty bottles, and similar I r
: Edward Beebold; Nor M. 8e- articles likely to hold water. Notice Is Hereby Given That John : r
Calhoon Seebold: Catherine S...- Section 6. In case the person responsible A. Abberger purchaser of Tax Certificate 1
(Bentley) ; Cordelia Beebold; An. for the condition of premises. on No. 1929 dated the Ird day of
1
Johnson; Frank Corl; O. M. Mori which mOHqultoes breed or are likelyto June. A. D. 1(11 has filed said certificate .
Frank McCauley; Anna Mo- breed falls or refuses to take necessary In my office, and has made application LUPFER & PRATHER
p r (o<<.n) ; Charles F. Boarbouvh; measures to prevent their for tax deed to Issue In accordance
Bhissler: Bell Oussford; Verda with law. Said certificate, '
breeding within three days after notice KISSIMMEE
worth; Ida Oesford; Iden BearS In writing has been given him by embraces the following described property FLORIDA
Helen BcarbouKh; Alice Weal- the health officer or within such longer situated In Osoeola'County, Flor
land all other persons Interested. ; time after such notice as may be ida to-wit: DRIVE AN OVERLAND AND REALIZE THE DIFFERENCE
Lot 1 Block "T" Patrick's
'ARE HEREBY cited and ad so en- specified In the notice, the said person Addition
... to Klsslmmee
that Albert lfendorf. a* .- responsible shall be deemed guilty of City.
.*of the above estate ha filed a a violation of this ordinance; and for The said land being assessed at the
on to take charge 01 Lot. I and each day after the expiration of threedays date of the Issuance of said certificate j
4 I the North half of Lot 10 of from the day on which such notice In the name of Mrs. W. C. Bass. Unless -
K of the Town of St. Cloud. Oa- I. given him or for each day after said certificate shall be redeemed
County. Florida according to the the expiration of the time specified In according to law tax deed will Issue
ad plat thereof and In said paj the notice, as the case may be, hat theperson thereon on the list day of March A. PREFERS FLORIDA FRUITTO
also ssks for authority to sail responsible falls or refuses to D. 1921. THAT OF CALIFORNIAOnce
Jlspose of same In order to carry take such measures, the said person J. I* OVBR8TREET. ..ea l.iv.nd ,& Lisa n-e(1 ,t1O'1II'trl/!
ID* term of the Will and effect responsible shall be deemed guilty" ofa Clerk Circuit Court, more cornea additional testimony -

,trlbutlon'. YOU ARE of) the COMMANDED assets of said to ap-e.- separate violation I of this ordinance, By Osceola 8. H. BULLOCK County Florida.D. C. to the superiority of Florida'
and In each such failure or refusal of
., In the above coust on the 11th the person responsible the health officer (SEAL) IJ-St, citrus fruits. This time it comes B. B. ADAMS SPECIALS ;
lot A. D. 1911 and show
Is April. said Is authorised to take necessary NOTICE' TO CREDITORS from Iowa. E. T. Marple of Katz
.hold If any not you be have arantedITNE88 why. petl- steps to prevent the breeding of mos- Brothers' store has just received a

my n.m. a* County Jude qultos by the and health all necessary officer for costs that Incurred purpose - !. C..rt .f the Cosiest .I..... OeeeelaUMty letter from his daughter-in-law. Mrs.H.

th* coal of the above court on this shall be charged against the person State ef Flerldsu S. Marple, extolling the Floridaproduct. + ,I
1st day of March. A. D. 1 SS. ,
responsible.Section The
of County T. U COMKR.fm . '. For the purpose of this Sarah In A. re Prevatt.Estate Deceased.of : the letter is following self explanatory paragraphfrom NEW IRISH POTATOES PER POUND____.________..____._5 eVAN
Court County Judge.fNBTON !
)* OARRETT. ordinance the peraon responsible for To all Creditors, Legatees Distributeesand "And. speaking of Florida I ameqclosinl' CAMP MILK (SMALL SIZE) _____._..___.___._________Ie

eye. for Executor. IIIt.AIJTICR' the condition using or of occupying any premises the Is same theperson ; Demands all Person having Claims or a check for fruit. It has ALAGA SYRUP, PER GALLON _________________,??______.....7&C: t

or. In case no person Is. using or occu- You and each against said are Estate hereby: been some time since our box was 10 PACKAGES G. M. WASHING POWDER__.____-_____-____.*
no '
IALSder C'ln'f th.8reml.e., the person who by tilled and .. or/ou. present any I empty but we have delayed ordering. 2 20c SIZE OLIVES FOR____,____._______.._________________

and by virtue of a decree of of the same the: or.immediate In cass possession the claims and demands which you, or Last evening'we had an especial hanger 2 20c SIZE CHERRIES FOR_________________._______..._____25e !y

blurs and sale rendered and en- premise are ud or occupied by two either of you may have against the estate for citrus fruits and 3 PACKAGES POST TOASTIES_________________.___._-__-__,25 I
of got a couple
Sarah A. '
Prevatt. deceased late
I ontjuly llth. till by the Hou..les ;
more tenants of a common landlord. 2 PACKAGES LUX ... ....
O. Andrew Judr of the dr.I .' or of Osoeola County. Florida, to the undersigned of grapefruit and a few oranges ------------------- ----- ------ ---- '
.Court 'In and fo.-o.c.ola County. or front grounds appurtenant to a Executor of' said estate, (California products) and sliced and BEST COMPOUND LARD, PER POUND_: ________..____.___Its
more
cia. In Chancery In a certain house of occupied a common by two landlord or then tenants the within two years from date hereof. sugared them ar we always fix the GOOD SHORTS PER SACK___._______ .._.,_______._____$t4ft .

I In said Court pending wherein Landlord; each t.na.t..Jaow.v..,. 4s responsible Dated January, 24th.O. F.A. KRIBBa D. 111. I Florida combination.but ok the GOOD YELLOW CORN, PER SACK._.______.__________.4__Wi5 ,
R. Wll.on'and O. my
'Wilson.mmon .Edwin. Executors of the last fo"'h. part of the premiseswhich T-lt Executor.! difference'in tastel 'Or'rather,.to 8-POUND-BUCKET SNOWDRIFT LARD___._____?______.___IMS l

ad istamst of Thomas Wilson the other he occupies tenants: to Provided the exclusion'That, of Incase be correct-I-should say there .....n.t CHASE A: SANBORN'S COFFEE__________________.__._____.:_4Se

...d, w.r.) complainant, and ArDonetan. the premises are occupied by the NOTICH OF SPECIAL, ,I.HaiJI.ATI taste it made 24 POUNDS GOO DSELF-RISING FLOUR..__:.___.-_:i: __,____$1.20 '
only
Johnston Klsstm- .any' very sour, so
II. Pat \
.'Cattle Company Gus Noye and tenant, or under under a :yearly a lease or for monthly not morethan tenancy Notice Is hereby given that we will all of ui just that much more hungry We have a job lot of Hosiery, Men's Shoes, Silk Thread;

Bam 8. Potter were defendant, the a year, or under any lease whereby apply at the next session of the State for some of the ONLY citrus fruits. Laces Ribbons, etc., and a big lot-of all sorts of Toilet Articles ,
ala-ned will offer for Sale and *ellhlghet the lessor Is expressly or Implledlyobligated Legislature, convening In April 1.1S. too many to mention; all to go at one-half the price.
e and bet bidder for cash, for a law authorising the City of Klsslmmee '
-
to keep the premises in repair CARD OF THANKS Call in and look our stock over.
,_>nt of the Court House door In and the collection of standingor to Issue bonds, for the purposes '
mm.., Florida between. thelegalI towing water In which mosquitoes as mentioned In Section 1101 friends FAIR TREATMENT AT ALL TIMES i
I sale, on the and day of April breed or are likely to breed I. Owing to General Statutes to an amount not exceeding To the who so lovingly manifested .
the fallowing described, real *si the disrepair of the building, or buildings fifteen per cent Of the assessed. their sympathy In deeds of AND YOUR:TRADE APPRECIATED '
i altuat .In said Osoeola County. natural of value of all real and personal proper. kindness and beautiful during
or to any quality theremises flowers
to-wlt ALL' SORTS FEED STUFFS A SPECIALTY
Mds :
: or to condition that ty within the City of Klsslmmee. A .
any exited the
l of Section eighteen (II). twentyt R at the tint when. the tenant en. copy of said proposed law can he seen hubandpassingnd away of .
17 twenty-two (SI), twentyeightr tered into possession or to any thing at the office of Me...... Krlbbs & our beloved we
|r thirty (10); all of section don on the premises by the landlord Steed City Attorne,... express our sincere love and grati
y-two (SI) except the Northwester during the existence of the tenancyor A. 8. GILBERT. tude. -
of the Southeast quarter of lease, then In such case, the landlord J. M. HANSRLL. Mayor Pro Tem. B. B. ADAMSNo.
section; and all ot section thirty- Is the person responsible Provided President Pro Tem. of Clt y Council. MRS. F. D. CHANCY. h

(14)Range,-all II b..ln.In East. Township Zl further; that any person who has Ut. NORA LEE CHANCY.The J\\
caused to exist on any premises of
Special Master JOHN B.In CADEL.Chancery. which he Is not the owner landlol'4.occup.nt. SOUTHERN UTILITIES COMPANY \aid cow is the best grass specialist 6 ;
or tenant any collection of known and she BROADWAY:
water In which mosquitoes breed or Notice Is hereby given that the annual puts her unqualified
(Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of. are likely to breed Is responsible a. meeting of the stockholders of O. K. on carpet grass, a

rlda-Clrcult Court. Dill of to Osceola ConnInChancery. Title well as the owner, landlord, tenant, oroccupant SOUTHERN UTILITIES COMPANY grass that is doing its best to helpFlorida's
Quiet .. the .case may be.Section will be held at the office of the Com stockmen out in their
X Chunn Complainant, vs W. O.ks pasture
,
7. For the purpose of enforcing Klsalmmee, Osceola County. Flor- 1
and Myrtle 8. Wicks Defcnd-, of this ordln- r.ny.; on Tuesday, March ITth. 1123. at problems. ,
i Order of Publication. It a p- ano.. the heath officer or his lawful 11 o'clock, noon for the election of directors
ins? by sworn Bill of Complaintthe sub-ordlnate, at all reasonable for the ensuing and for 4
may year . . .
defendants W. Q. Wicks and
times enter In and upon any premiseswithin the transaction of any and all lbusinessthat
.tie 8. Wicks are oltlsene of State
his come before the mehtlnir.

. r the than State the of State New of York Florida but that to- of Section a violation 1.jurisdiction.Any of this person ordinance found as guilty described New may York. N. Y.T., February W. ..fOP'FAT.28 /1911. THE: PAYSQN HOTEL AND CAFE ;

ft address I I. unknown and thatare
It-It
In section 6 hereof shall be Secretary.

a over are the ag therefore ot twentyoneThese to cora- punished by a fine of not less than one has just finished equipment with sanitary and s
._ you the said W. a. Wicks and dollar (tl) and not more than twenty- NOTICE FOR BID MENTHOLATUM up-
tls tt. Wicks, to be and appear to I fivedollars ($III). to-date food containers and ice boxes which woulddo
Section 9. This ordinance shall b* Scaled bids will be received by the
' said Bill of Complaint on Monday,
SOth day of April A D. ItZS. or In full force and effective on and after Board of County Commissioners up to quickly soothe it. credit to big city. The public is cordially '
the thirtieth day from the any
tee Pro-Confesso will bs entered day on ten a. m., Monday April t, 1913. for

Jnst' this you the by 1st default.day of Done March.and A.or-D. which Read It a I.first approved.time In open session Installingwater square. Specifications system on may CourtHouse be invited to call and inspect them at any time.

J. L. OVRHSTRKKT.Saer and by unanimous consent (the Itulesbeing had by applying to Clerk of the Board
waived) was placed upon It. Xnd F. I.. D. OVKFTSTRKKT.' Chairmanby
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tc Davis Clerk Circuit Court Notice Is hereby given that the under. G. DAYSON
for U8tpy reading and final passage and unanimously J. L. OVKRBTUKKT.. Clerk. R. Proprietor
pllcltors Complainant. passed this Ith day ot March signed will apply to the Honorable C.
of Official Seal). A. J>. IMS. O. Andrew. Judge of the 17th Judicial
J. M. HAN8ELU Circuit of State of Florida, on the Slat
NOTICE TO CREDITORS President pro tem. of Council.Atte.t day of April A. D. 1933. for Letters
: ItItcJ After Every Meal Patent Incorporating Klsslmmee Athletic -
rt ef he Judge OsreelaC
e Cmmmtr > J. R. OILBERT. Clerk. Association a corporation organ
'. .*)B'y. te ef FI.H*.. Approved this Snd day of March. 1232. ised not for profit. The general business -

(SEAL) A. 8. GILBERT to be trammeled by said Association'ehall to
(: In Kstate'of
re be to provide athletic Holds
lilt Mayor Pro Tern.
Fatten Deceasedill and foster and encourage outdoor athletics -
Creditors
Legatees*, Distributee. .
and all Person having. Claims or NOTICE OF APPLICATION WRlGLEYSChew PAT JOHNSTON.
mends against said Estate: DIn H. D. KATZ. 4i
pu. and each of you, are hereby no- the County Judge's Co rt Oscaola J. WAHK TUCKEtl.
and required to ... any County State of Florida. In Re. Es A. T. FRENCH.
a and demand which you., or 1:1'or Johnnie Roberts Bronson a RAM U lAirFKR, JR.
of you, may have against the 16-6t
!t. of Byron A. patten, deceased Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt your food 'I

of Oaceola County Florida to the may concern that I, Mary D. Bron- I well then aseWRIGLEY'S NOTICH Of AUMINIHTHATHIX FOR CITY TAXES 4
signed Executrix of said estate, son as Guardian of Johnnie Roberta FINAL CIIAHU13
iln two years from the date hereof Bronson a minor, will on the >th day to --
led Jan. I8tb. A. D. 1913. of April. AIX 181.. apply to the Honorable I. the ('*.rt of r... ETHEL F. AMBS.' T. Lt"Comer. Judge of the County aid digestion.It 0_'. :...(r.
Executrix. Judge's Court In KI..lmm..J In said -

Count at Ten O'clock A. M.. or as also In the Kitste of K. D Ma Hoy. deceased
NOTICE] TO CREDITORS soonthereafter .. the matter can bebeard : keeps NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all
i for authority to sell at the teeth whom, It may concern that on the 28th
.art ef the C....,. ...._. OsreelaCeeaty. sale the undivided one-sixth clean day of May A. D. 123 I shall applyto
"' .*.*. .. rierlda. of Johnnie Roberta Bronson a prlvat.1 breath the Honorable T. L. Comer, Judge
sweet Notice is hereby given that the Tax Books
In re Elat ofMES In the following described real of said ,Court. a* Judge of Probate, for \
D. FISHER DECEASED 'In said County towlt; appetite keen. my final discharge as Administratrix I. i
11 Creditor Legatee Distributee I All of Block 14 of1 Robert Bass- of the estate ol B. D. Malloy. deceased '
nd all Persons having Claims or Addition to the Town of Klsslm TJUGr.. A--iu, and that at the same time I will pre-i for the City of Kissimmee will Close Saturday,
being
mends against said Estate I mee City a part of the NHK sent my final accounts as Administra
_. and each of you are hereby no- of the NWt4 ,of Section 11 Township ....".. ... r'lftaNlt. trix of said estate and ask for their -
and required to present any 16. South of Hangs 99 Bast.
and demands which you. or ALSO' : All of Block S of a H.Butler. approval.Dated March Stnd. A. D. 111$. March 31. A penalty of 5 per cent will be added ,
of you may have against the Addition to the Town of QUID MALllOT WcKEE.ll .
of James D. Fisher deceased Klssinme..City, except be.'nln" t Administratrix.'J : .
For Klsalmmee. Osoeola County at the NB Corner of said Block I. that date.
to all taxes not paid by
la, to the undersignedJ Executor run ,W.el "100 ftj South leO ft reel, ,
d estate, within two years 'from 'Rae" roe f..t'.nd North 10> feet,
ate hereof. ,. to the place, of. bealnalnssViao .
Fb. $th.'A IX lit*. -.j ;":That part of Orange
S SS JAMBS M. WILLSON .Street fylnaBast of the A. C. I* 1 Iwelin "
Exeoutor. Railway,..,which said 'street ,was
,dosed by resolution *f City Council .

..'or' .PlllCIAL L10anLATloK.p I of .Klssjrorae' on Ifth of'April. '. '

,. !1 "HERKBT- .1...... notice that. Which'applies-tlorTwi'll1.bT,-bascdTvpon .. ... ... .. \ ; .i ji I" :R1-j: CILBEILTltp'Cleik' :

: ih" next _10", of the I aalsth the r..o: tab sal. now on al.I In 84.'Dat..s .
rX.. .
Btat. .< Florida apply for this ith'G -" ;STn.NS' ELECTRIC:PASTE
of JI.rcb.'A. D.
.ar* *>f law1 prohibiting bop .
lu" lAc .ty'r ', . _
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(nlnsT at lars.la Osweoia r 'learskbi! '' '
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K TIGHT THE, KISSIMMEE VALLEY,GAZETTE...FRIDAY. MARCH,80?IMSWoman's !',
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Club Notes COLLEGE TRAINING 'l

\ '" 'S .. I' WITHOUT A COLLEGEMarine .- THIS
PAUL, SALE i
; MH8 STANLEY
; J Club Report. I : A GLEAMING ;
I ,' Entire
Providing Technical the a''
; ',. t : Mont Instructive and entertaining Courses Who Corps Cannot For Ambitious Afford CollegeA Youths. GLOWING We Captured IS THE TALK ;

WM the'meeting of the fine arts department t .
TRIP TO !
of the Woman's Club, which.woe special drive will be 'conductedby I COMMUNITY
Y held at the Chapter House the Marine Corps recruiting: .Uu I
BARGAINLAND
ji- 'I' s on Wednesday afternoon ''tn the art tins in Georgia Alabama, Florida, COMMUNITY;
'
4 \ [ department, where interior decoration Sodth Carolina\ and Tennessee during/ We Broke All Selling Records. i
II> was the. theme, Mrs. John Pugh" read. April, In an effort to get in touch ;
.. "', ' ; 'y"very Interesting' article' on 'Hall.a with! all young men desirlous pf bet. !
: ways That Promise Hospitality. tering: their educations at the expense, .
This was followed by a most excel of the According to a recent "
government ;
lent paper, read and composed by announcement by Capt. George: We opened this Big Easter Sale, Thursday with a Rush. With four ;
Mrs.. Alice Parker. Mrs. Wemple,
j Bower in charge!: of Marine recruit- .
for the music department, read a very tag in the southeastern state, with vital factors "Truthful Advertising "Meritorious Merchandise r
,
: .'' interesting article) on "Composers headquarters at the postofrice building : ,
I. of Sunday School Hymns," and the "
in Atlanta.
t.. program was concluded. with a splendid The Marines have many things to "G. W. Persons' Reputation, Slaughter Prices.
l' talk by Miss Orpha B. Ellis, a offer the young man who is fortunatein .
winter ,visitor who told of a visit to all\ examination and '
getting by
" at the Tarpon home of Springs the noted, and artist the magnificent Innis-, thereby ranks of gaining this popular admittance branch of to Uncle the LOOK WHERE YOU WILL-READ WHAT YOU PIEASE--YOUR( MIND,.YOUR (EYES( YOUR f FEET SHOULD TURN TO THIS STORE :

) exhibit of his pictures at Saint1'etersburg. ''Sam's fighters. While travel has always -
I. i. !\. I Miss Ellis had on display appealed; to the average!: American .
., ;1 some of her own pictures which youth, the present day demandfor
were indeed beautiful and wonderful. men with educations has caused .. !1 Members of the club are eagerly many young men to enter the Soldiers
i i looking! forward to the lecture to be of the Sea during the past year AND Easter Sale
given: here on April 6. at the Casino with the knowledge that after four Opening
.. Roland A. ,Nichols, of Winter fears of travel coupled with the mastering -
\ Haven. For the six Dr.
i past years ; of one of the many free courses -
Nichols has divided his time between of study" that they will be able to w
I I : the evangelistic field and the lecture return home better fitted to resume
AT THE- f
r MOW{ GOING Ott :
-, platform and his lecture, "The Man pursuit in civil life at greatly enlarged .
.... : k Worth While" which he is to deliver: wagex.
'_ ," here is full of entertainment and in- In order to help ambitions youths
,. spiration. It is hoped Hero will be a who had entered the ,Corps, the Marine LIMIT STORE :
large attendance. Corps Institute was established DOLLAR
,
The regular monthly meeting of '.
at Washington D. ( two years ago .
,. .. the ('Iub1m be held on next Tuesday and this institution with its corps of '
afternoon at 4 o'clock. At this meeting skilled instructors are helping! these
the election of officers will be
st'a !soldiers] to learn a new trade or
", had. An entirely new list of officers
be stationed
study no matter if they
"ill nominated and it II' earnestly in China, the Come downbefore .
't' far-away Philippines
SPECIAL-SATURDAY FREE-PRIZES
{ 'I i requested that all of the members of down in Cuba, out on the rolling Bens i : f
I t the club be present and cast their as members of a Marine detatchment it'smorning .
t f vote to show that these new officers aboard I
some battleship or in some
I will receive the unanimous support of at 9 o'clock
.t barracks! in this country. As soon as
j' the members. I a man enters the Marines he can too I late.
I : The executive board will meet at then be enrolled in the of his '
course FORDS AND GIRLS
f 3 o'clock and all members of same choice. These include radio, electricaland we are going to sell
are requested to be present. mechanical engineering cotton

> "OUR JOE" WILL ACT AS grading, poultry husbandry, and oth- 40-in. extra fine qual- Sale lasts
1 "GRANDEE" IN ST. AUGUSTINE er courses. Captain Bower sent out :
orders to his, recruiters to answer all Saturday MorningGET
\ An Associated Press! dispatch from letters as soon as possible, and he ity White Organdie at 10 Days ,
Saint Augustine says: will be glad to give full information
: Congressman! W. J. Sears!, of the about the wonderful opportunities offered -
, fourth Florida district will serve asa by his service, to all who will yd lOc Only GET HERE EARLY-SEE
.
I "grandee" in the Ponce de Leon write to, or call at the Atlanta office.IOtTGIIMAN .
celebration here April 3, having accepted -
;' the invitation to ride with A. PEOPLE VERY
..: I. M. Taylor, recently'elected to Imper- CORDIAL TO BAND PLAYERSThe
sonate the discoverer of Florida, who

',\ ; +(r. bas provisional the of privilege his own national of,retinue.selecting guard the battalion personnel -- Concert engagement Band!: Dramatic of the Players Kissimme under DAY BY DAY IN EVERY WAY THIS SALE'S GETTING BIGGER AND BETTER \

\ direction of William Triplett, at
3:. from Jacksonville, in commandof
Loughman last Saturday night, was a
; "j Colonel Raymond C. Turclc together -
: with the regimental band from decided The play success., "The Girl of the Flying .
Sanford, will constitute a portion of X," was given a splendid presentationand Don't Follow Dollar Limit Store Opportunity' is
the military forces participating!: in
\ received
the re-enactment of St. Augustine's was enthusiastically by the CrowdBeat -- Screamingat
what was said to be one of the lar 'estaudiences
founding and the change of it
flags assembled in the little 'em to ,

i I Col.casion.ican commander Turck. representing on that: historic the Amer-oc- city Each for and any ever every similar one event.of the "Thespians" get this one big G.! W. PERSONS: CO!- You. Take Advantage , .!

of of .
measured up to the full re- surprise
ARTHUR DONEGAN IS quirements of the occasion and the your life fEW LOCATIOt{ -Grantham Furniture Co's. Old Stand THIS SALE
SENTENCED" THREE YEARS program moved merrily and snappily\
4- along from start to finish, precededby
Arthur E. Donegan, convicted of a public concert by the band and
; fraud in connection with the failure with its excellent eight-piece orchestra -
t of the First National Bank of Saint supplying music between acts. .
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'f Cloud, was sentenced to three years A very happy and much appreciated EASTER SHOWINGS OF '.
J .in the penitentiary by Judge Mack in feature of the visit and one that SPRING
'S .. federal court Thursday morning. A. added greatly to the general enjoyment JfllLLINERY
a i :z. : aW.. Gustas and Paul K. Weaver, who was the cordial welcome which The showings of Easter millineryat
j ,, were tried jointly with Donegan,were was everywhere, extended to the Kis- 'bbth Mrs. Woodbeck's and Miss
_' 'l .r, acquitted, the jury. '. simmee folk*. Dandy's stores the past week attracted I I &aste.7Iz
:(f ,,\ L& Donegan s attorneys gave notice of The "Airdome- delightful an4| much attention from the fair sex. caf you ..Atuslook your 9Jesl
J tJ i '+'1i << appeal and a 60 days' stay of execution well equipped little pavilion-of, rustic At both places the latest models
1 t: was granted for time to file mo design, was donated for the! -occasion were shown, and Mrs. Woodtock introduced :: l+ ,
; tions. Bond was set at 5000. by S. R. Fields who with genuine a novel innovation by serving -
t 1 '. Tampa Times. public-spirited hospitality refused to refreshments to all her visitorson ,. .. .
accept monetary whatever '; : < .
payment -
i t' any Tuesday. '
,
x CHAIN GANG OP SISTER '6
from the band boys and who extended
CITIES TO HAVE GOOD TIME to them a hearty invitation to HACERMAN HAS PIG TAILSS.
I i Osceola Lodge No. 71.. O. O. F.. ,"come again."
i i of Kissimmee, entertains St. Cloud Mrs. Clarence Tolar in charge cf: L. Hagerman says he has pig J + awp
', : Lodge No. 66, tonight at Fraternity the advance ticket selling campaign feet and pig tails. He (foes on to say
i ', ,1 Hall. A large delegation of St. Cloud and representing also the interests of he has a lot of other things however I
e brothers is, expected to be present. the Woman's Club of Loughman so he isn't affecting a new style of il.; > a .. \1 1ff 1t
Program for the evening: speaking worked hard and with the assistance men's coiffure. lies making a spe- ... ;
1 smoking and eating. Every Odd Fellow of Mrs. G. W. Stewart, received from cial price on lard, Saturday and listsa ""'f )
,'1 in Kissimmee is cordially invited the proceeds a substantial amount few other things he has in his meat '....;: }

to be present. for the club. I market. "' ,.:':.. .I.
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