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: April 6, 1923
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01110
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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FOOD AND CLOTHING -J APPOINTS' SHAVER Is Elected dent 'Of Kissimmee Roland A. Nichols Lecture 'Under PLAY WITH WORKWill GOOD SCOUTS

Woman' Club At Annual Election Auspices Of Kissimmee,Wom...'. ,
Of Officers Tuesday Afternoon" Club Well Worth While Too. I
Held First Country Store Principal 'heap xiiinted And Play' Baseball As Well They Are Also Good To The -a

Wednesday Night And, Is School' Bond Election Is president Mrs., Nelson of the Makinson Kissimmee was Woman's chosen celebrated Roland A.lecture Nichols"The will Man.deliver WorthWhile his As Helping'Dr. Geiger In Scouts And Give Them ", 1.

To Do Same Each Week Called:For St. Cloud. Club at the annual election"t officers ," tonight at the Casino theatre Mosquito Eradication A Nice DonationThe l
held Tuesday afternoon at the Chapter under the auspices ct the Kissimmee
The "Country Store"; of 'William T. Professor D. B. Shaver was' reap. House. Other officers chosen were: Woman's Club. The lecture promisesto The 1 boys: -of the Kissimmee troop Business and Professional j
Maklnson Post of the American Legion pointed principal of the Kissimmee Mrs J. Z, Roberson first vicepresident be one,of the best opportunities of of Boy Scouts are real boys, even if Women's Club held their April meet '.;
which\ held jts "opening" last schools at the April meeting of the : Mr. George T, Sigler second goody ear. Everybody likes to hear a emphasis has been put on work and ing Monday night at Fireman's halL i
Wednesday: night wasn't a very pay County Board of Instruction last vice-president; Mrs. Alice Parker speaker, particularly when he scholarship and merit badge tests andso The gathering was scheduled for ,Al 4
ing proposition* as the water carnivalat Tuesday, and Kissimmee schools will recording secretary Mrs :John Pugh has a good voice. The speaker tonight on. They are helping the mosquito ligator Lake, and was to have been a i'
Orlando took most of Kissimmeeout continue to maintain the high stand- treasurer; Mrs. J. M. Duncan corresponding answers both these qualifica eradication program which Dr. "weiner roast," but Jupiter Pluvius ..
of town. However, the store lived ard of the present administration. secretary; ''Mrs. Paul Stanley tions. Furthermore the press reportsof Geiger city health officer; is conducting decreed otherwise with his reign and ,1
up to its promises got its merchandise Bond election for a new schoolhouse reporter: Mrs. S. B. Aultman and his lecture indicate that he Is any / and the _women of the Business rain. Ergo the indoor doings. They
on the market and is. pre. in Saint Cloud was authorized Mrs. L. II. Ingram, members executive thing but monotonous. Humor is and Professional Women's Club as had the weiners all right but Hot '. '
to do business at the old stand by the school board following'a petition . board. sprinklrd along his lecture which well as those of the Kissimmee Wom- cooked according to Hoyle.. Instead )
every Wednesday night from now on, signed by more than three hundred The out-going officers were: Mrs. leaves that comfortable feeling of an's Club told: each other about a they were prepared at the Newby, ::1
:with the exception of the 25th of this electors of school district No. 1. S., B. Aultman president; Mrs A. W absorb!ig some mighty good ideas number of things the boys had done, Inn next door; and, with solemncholy .?
month. On that date comes the biggest The petition was circulated and the Bailey, second vice-president; Mrs and being? tickled at the same time. refusing to take money for their tread, the "March of the Dead .Dogs" "-
and beat home- talent play which signatures secured by the Saint Cloud Haynes": Brinson recording secretary In this lecture Mr. Nichols gives services. Some of the'' teachers are observed to the scene of their obsequies. ",
Kissimmeto has ever witnessed, according Post-No.'80 of the American Legion. with Mrs R. M. Angas secretary pro his hearers some' of his original poe reporting great improvement in ,
to the legionnaires. The bond election was authorized for tEm; Miss Elizabeth Donegan treasurer I it isn't what is sometimescalled school work of the boys who are However, there were things of more ",
Eight prizes were offered last night Saturday May 6, and an election : Mrs. M. Kate corresponding "poetry." It is the real article. scouts.! But all work and.. no play serious vein under consideration first. .::1)
and were distributed to the holdersof board named consisting of H. J. secretary. Mrs. M. D. It has often been mistaken for that makes a Boy Scout a dull scout, just lTia said that Mrs. Paul Stanley being .')
the lucky coupons. Little Donald Hillebrandt t;. F. Outlaw and O. R. Mrs. Ingram were the two additional of Jamqs Whitcomb Riley and any- as it does any other boy. And it a good booster for the Boy nC:
Brown was called to the stage by Bleech. The bond issue to be voted members of the executive board Mrs. one who can successfully be mistakenfor looks as if there would be sufficient Scouts, started the fireworks with a ..
Allison French and Hunter DiHard upon is one of $45,000 payable Inthirty Ingram being re-elected. Mrs. J. Z. the Hoosier poet can write. response<< to the fund being raised to suggestion that the club donate to "
of the Legion committee and drew years, the first ten, with Interest Roberson was re-elected first vice- Tonipht's lecture presents a double : pay the county's allotment to the district the fund now being raised. Then Mrs. ;
the numbers from a borrowed hat. to be retired one each year for president, opporti-nity. It is not only a chince fund and leave a little over for F.' C. Bryan who knows boys from '
The first prize offered was a sack of the first ten years three per year' the to hear a most entertaining lecture athletics Therefore the boys are her long experience in teaching them : 4
the best flour obtainable and was second ten years and five per year Mr. and Mrs. R.Persona had as but it also is an opportunity to assist 'I I getting busy with their baseball in the Kissimmee schools paid tri'
won by R. O. Darling who afterward during the third ten year period. their guests Sunday at their home-on the Wb+nan's Club out of the deficit team.. bute to the Boy Scouts, characterize 11
donated it to be sold and the proceeds Considerable interest has been developed South Cohnson avenue, Mr. and Mrs.G. which it incurred during tha winterIn Moat: of the other scout teams are ing the improvement in school work ,:
given to the Boy Scouts. Ten pounds in Saint Cloud regarding the W. Persons of Kissimmee and Mr. brin-ring to Kissimmee people a already in the field. With the mate- of the boys who are scouts as re, "-
of Snowdrift lard was the next drawing matter of location; some advocatingnew and Mrs. Frank Bryan, df Tampa.- first cl-ss lyceum course. There rial in the local troop there should markable and telling of. other good
and went to W. II. Whatly. Both primary schools and others a Lakeland Star-Telegram. should be a full house. be a championship scout baseball things they had done. Mrs. Newby I
the flour and the lard were purchasedfrom new high school. The matter was team as well as the regular championship and other women took up the same ,
the F. C. Bryan Company. finally adjusted In the decision to Kissimmee team. Practice theme and the president finally had
"Country stores" usually are operated build a new high school when the CHUBB WILL PITCH WOULD PROTECT THE started Wednesday afternoon and to call a halt lest the enthusiastic 11
upon a basis of donations by the bond election carries -and to devote about twelve of the scouts shooed members vote all the remaining funds
merchants who thereby get the advertising the present building, which now houses for the Initial try out. Every Monday In the treasury to the Scouts. They :r
which their roods bring to the high school to the grade FOR 60W PUNCHERSLeroy FISH AND TURKEYS Wednesday, and Friday, has been did vote twenty dollars from the club t.
them at the theatre. This year some schools. The petition was presentedat designated as the time for practiceand funds and as uidivSdualto, however, ,
of the merchant. offered the same Tuesday's meeting and the authorization Scoutmaster Ayres expects to and that's one of the reasons why the ,. .
thing, but the legionnaires decided to made at a special meeting Leslie Secured For County Commissioner Says have a good schedule for his team as headline says they are good scouts ,.
buy the goods instead. The merchants Wednesday attended by the board Assistant Manager And Illegal Hunters ShouldBe soon as they get in shape. and is the reason why they are characterized .->;
are therefore selling the goods members, Messrs. Katz, Brammar Checks for the Scout fund continueto as good TO the Scouts as i*
to the Legion committee at cost. : and Lanier, Superintendent Yowell The Middle Sack Severely Punished conie in, and half the needed well.A. *
A three dollar shirt and a pair of I and J. S. C r del, attorney for the I'' amount has been raised. It is ex- nominating committee for officers "/

silk stockings were the next two board. I Lawrence Chubb who is well knownto Nothing very exciting occurred at I pected that another week will com for the ensuing year wall *y jj
prizes and the committee announcedthat At Tuesday's meeting steps were Kissimmee baseball fans by virtueof the regular April meeting of the plete the drive though it isnt reallya named, consisting of Mrs. F. C. Bryan -* 0' : '
the goods went' to the holder of taken to Insure the continuance of his occasional for the board of county commissioners. drive-it's a walk away, everybody Mrs. George Gardner and Miss ,(&,'
the coupon regardless of age sex or the high standard of the Kissimmee cow punchers and appearance frequent day In regular business but one or subscribing at the least suggestion.The Kathleen Bearden. The ,by-laws of ?'
previous condition of attitude. The and Saint Cloud schools as well as against them has been appearance signedup two:! sentiments were expressed unofficially committee has relied upon voluntary the organization provide that officers 'J'
shirt to little boy who was that of the country schools. A reso- and hasn't cannot hold than and
went a for the season to shoot 'em for which met with considerable subscriptions, cone more one term "J,
holding Donald Brown's tickets for lution was passed providing for the Kissimmee. He is on the ground now popular approval. For example the out after it,* and when one of hem a' complete set of officials is ,to be f*
him after Donald was drafted to do continuance of the high qualifications and with the rest of the team is llmberiifg commissioners were discussing the ,does make a suggestion be invariably elected at the May meeting.. .J't
the It was straight, all of teachers, and increasing those of at the Mabbette street ball conclave of county commissioners at :gets a check. It is known that slot Miss Violet Bullock was elected &
right noting hatched up about :It, the; country schools. It waa the senserfiihftameeting grounds.up .. Tallahassee this week to consider more people want to get their names corresponding secretary to fill the un- '
but the shirt was way too big for + that preference be legislation affecting county officials, on the five dollar list many of whom expired term 'of Mrs. Paul Stanley, '
Donald. However, Katz Brothers given to teachers who show an Inclination Leroy Leslie Is back again at too, et cetera, and some one asked what are waiting for someone to ask them: resigned. Mrs. G. -W.'Beet appeared. ,
from whom the shirt and hose were to Increase their efficiency and will play his old position second measures were especially proposed It is hoped those people won't wait before' the club in the Interest of a
bought will exchange it for a properfit. from year to year by attendance at acting also as assistant to field for oonitderation.' CommlBfuoner R. until they are asked but will send babr'clinic: .to bet held,'la :Kissimmee: .I>.
The ,white ailk stockings took summer schools or by other similar captain Sam Story. 4 V; Phillips then hit' A verbal bulls ,their cheeks to Carson Farmer right ,the-near future asking the club's
sev.rat. ;drawings before the holder method of training The resolutionsalso 'Practice postponed from Monday eye with his declaration "I'd like to away. If ;you: wait until you are asked co-operation and financial assistance. "i'In
could be identified. There wasn't anything provide' that whenever vacancies on account of the rain began in earnest see a law passed which would finea might be missed If you don't Now about that Scout business ;
the matter with the so-er, thectockings shall hereafter occur in the teaching Tuesday evening. Owing to the 'man a hundred dollars who is I feel rOil to give five dollars whateveryou there was another' very important'' %.I
but the holder of the number staff of the high schools of the two fact that practically all the playere caught-in the woods with a gun during can !give will be just as grateful. matter considered. It is known that
called, was not present or else cities they shall'only, be filled by are home boys who are working in the closed season. There are ly received. George T. Singeltary for some time the club has been contemplating -
didn't think tbe"d" or for some 'teachers who have completed a four- Kissimmee the practices are not called some men who will kill more deer and sent In his check for twenty-five yes a playlet. It was decided
other reason didn't claim them. The year college course or its equivalent... until five-thirty. The grounds have turkeys now than were killed all dur terday which helped wonderfully. last Monday night that this playlet i
fourth drawing aa. coupon and that two-year courses, in recog- ![been put into shape and it won't be ing the season and they oughtto spirit exhibited by Mrs.. Minna Taw should be given at the Casino theatre
holder, and J.- R. Gilbert, Kis- nized normal schools and high school long until the cowpunchers get backto ,be stopped open by a severe penalty." seems very prevalent. She wrote: I In conjunction with a picture, for the
.simmee's city clerk came to the plat- graduates be required .for, various theirold form. .. Inasmuch as there has been consider "Kindly accept enclosed check for the benefit of the Boy Scouts. That's all
form and received the hose.. Two more other county schools.' The text of the The drive for support began today. able of late that a few men Boy Scouts. Wish I could send ten I:to: the merry and from the'Information -
prizes purchased from "Dutch" Tress resolution is not available at time ofgolng The committee la calling on the various making rumor practice of out-of-sea- times as much." which has leaked out it surely ?
were next. The five pounds of candy to press, but will be given, In citizens.. and business men to are son shooting a and a whole lot of Condemnation So far two $25 donations have been looks as if the playette would fill' the
went to.Mrs. John Clay and the Le- detail later.COMMITTEE. I sign up for the usual monthly donations . expressed tot them the received two for $16 one for $19, house and the coffers. As nearly as
gion committee didn't eat, any of it, i to the ball team. There isnt commissioner's remarks gilt; a lot of and twenty-four, $5 gifts. There:area could be ascertained the ,.atfai."wU1.take .
either although it looked mightytempting. CHAIRMEN NAMED much difficulty anticipated in raisingthe approval.He lot of $4 $3 $2 and $1 ones coming the form of "The First Day At
The year's subscription to FOR UNION REVIVAL MEETINGSThe I money' particularly among the in soon. The Scouts will also have School," and there seems to be a cast x
John 1 business all :realize what went on to advocate a closed from of flour for the various
a magazine was drawn by Phay men, as they the proceeds a sack parts arranged which \
and he chose the Youth's Companion. general committee for the Kis- a lot of good advertising'got season for fish in this county stating given away by the Legion's country is destined to cause the S. R. 0. sign \,
The next article couldn't' be namedby ainunee Union Evangelistic Cam. !. last :year from its winning team. his belief that when the closed sea store as soon as it is sold. to be hung up early. "They say"that /
the committeemen in charge. It night wlil begin April 29, met Prospects look as bright for this year son in Okeechobee is in force that n The subscriptions not previously a number of cute little boys will be n
was either a doll or a cat and it last at the Methodist Bungalow -I as they were last, and another scorebook great many of the southern commercial published which have been received seen attending their first day at *
cried or purred when held just right. and selected the chairmen for I l full of victories is confidently fisheries come to Osceola county during the past week include: school, and they also say these little *
It was a nifty present, however, and the various committees. I expected. and "bleed" our lakes. While he George T. Singeltary _____$25.00 boys will be recognized\ as Misses y'4
went to a legionnaire with the right Judge T. L. Comer was Business Manager Sam Lupfer an- would not advocate a closed season Business and Professional Wenner Sawyer Norton Uolsman a
coupon ,T. B.' Bowen whose youngster chairman of the finance committee; I nounces that the auction of parking for hook and line fishing he does want Women's Club _________ 19.00A. Hess, Oliver Mrs. Deyoreo and oth- ?Ji
"tickled death" with it. Mrs. S. B. Aultman chairman prayer places will take olace at the opening to see a closed season for commercial ers. Mrs. Newby will *
was to S. Brunson____________ 5.00 rumor says r?
This prize came from the Wanner- meeting committee; I. L. Mooney I game, April 19, the proceeds to go fishing similar to that of the Okee J. C. Buckets ________u__ 5.00 be a little Swedish boy. An attrac- 4
chairman personal work J. M. John I the general The chobee section. This question has tive of 'tis further 5j
Sawyer store. The last towards revenue. U. J. Burr'OWSuuh 6.00 pair twins said,
real honest-to-goodneas, blown-in-the. ston. chief usher W. B. Harria. chair- fever is getting into the blood again been discussed by the local sportsmenand Johanna Rengel ..___.... 5.00 I will be portrayed by Misses Tress "lt::
which man publicity;' C. P. Sheldon chair and it looks as if record breaking commercial fisheries in Kisnim- and Persons "Millie and TUHe.? .J
bottle beaded lady's hand bag I a Mrs. Minna Taw_________ 5.00L. as
came from the W. E. Sanderson Jew- man tabernacle committee; J. L. Ov- crowd will turn out to see the cowpunchers mee and there seems to be a practical H. Tress______________ 5.00 The rest of the evening was devoted ,
e1rJ' store and would set you back eratreet. chairman lodges and clubs land their '' first victory two unanimity of opinion along this line. Kissimmee Woman's Club. 5.00 to games et cetera, where advertising /' "

i about ten simoleons to buy Leonard committee; A. S. Nelson chairman : weeks hence. The county farm shows a net profit Mrs. C. Buckets.______-__ 2.50 contests were won by Mrs. ,
1 Jeffords was the lucky coupon holder. music committee. I on its strawberry enterprise. Miss Lacy Buckels______.- 2.50 Bessie King, a peanut rush awarded ,
..Next Wednesday night the legionnaires 'The executive committee has ob- I CITY FORCES WORKINGON County Agent Leo H. Wilson .report I to Miss Kathleen Bearden, although' "ii
c look for a crowded house. The tained permission to use the govern ,I STREET IMPROVEMENTThe ed the total receipts to date amounting CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR :it is said the peanut she rolled skidded ..:},f
flow will be Conway Tearle in "The ment lot at the comer ,of Church to $245.05 and the total expenses PAGEANT NEXT SUNDAY an art exhibit where the members ,
Referee.; and another good list of street and Poeseil avenue' where a I street under as $164.50 leaving the county's official passed around the bier and I
prizes will be given away. Attend large tent will be erected for the II the direction city of City department Manager ,Dough- initial strawberry enterprisewith Everybody is cordially invited to viewed the remains while Miss Per- 1
ants at the Casino shows during the services. tPn t have this week made considerable a balance of $50.55 with a little attend a song service- and Christian cie Oliver made wonderful demon- :
week will be given coupons which The general committee and other improvement in the streets in the more yet to come. Endeavor pageant "The Dream" 'strations with pickles and Mrs. Dey ',<
are to be deposited in the box on interested people are urged to attenda Church, Mabbette Pussiel, E. B. Haven appeared before the conducted by the Christian Endeavorand :oreo was accused of being a member
'Wednesday night and the holders of meeting on next Thursday night at viclnitr.of The brick on Main board relative to having a special choir, at the Christian church at of the "Black Hand" aggregation. .
the numbers will get the goods. the Bungalow at 8 o'clock at which street has been repaired from the road district created in the Lake Wil- 8 p. m., Sunday April 8. The pro- Aesthetic dancing had its share with ,i'.pan ';
Wednesday night April 25 comes time the committeemen will .be assigned city limits! to Broadway and for three son section stating that a petitionwas gram is as follows: interpretive dance of the Spring r
the Legion's big four act drama "The to the various chairmen.The blocks on the west side of Broadway.It being prepared. He was instructed Song by the audience. Song executed by Miss Phor who ,oj
Port of Missing Men," in which Miss series of evangelistic meetings in the intention of the city mana- ,to appear before the board againon "The Lord Is My Shapherd by the was it-eomebody. with decided emphasis
Dot Makinson sister of the commander will be conducted by Rev. Frank ger to continue the repair work on next Saturday morning when a choir. on the "spring." (. q
of the local post, will star in thepart Grant of Jacksonville assisted by L. the brick roads cf the city as fastas special meeting of the commissioners Scripture-C. E. Chapter (Romans Authentic reports say that only I t'
originally_ written for Marie L. McKinnon singer. A large union 12)). two men were present these being
possible. (Continued on Page Eight)
Walnwright. .The ,cast will be com- choir will be organized. for the cam- Prayer. "Messrs. Gallagher and Shean at -
paign. Solo Mrs. Sam Story. "
posed Kissimmee l.glonll.ire..ndlegionnaires' -- three o'clock in the morning. :
wives or sisters and Quartette. ",
will be directed by William Triplett MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEATH Gazette's' Section Song, by the audience. E. E. BROWN NEW PRESIDENT ':
the noted character actor and pro- OF NEGRO. Magazine Solo and chorus-Mrs. Deyoreo and WATSON-HALL COMPANY ,
whose in Loughman choir.
dnctty winter; visit presence makes his services The 'badly mutilated body of George Reading-Mrs. H. N. Makinson. E. E. Brown was elected president t
on possible.a Mr. Triplett directed the Daughty negro who was :reported to Will Tell Florida's Story Song by choir. and Raymond V. Lanier viee-preai-
band's play of a week a and the have been hit by a train on the Okee- Solo-Mrs. Smedal. dent of the Watson-Hall Manufacturing ;
forthcoming production in iris handswill chobee. branch of the Florida East Pageant, "The Dream.; Including a Company at a special meeting of. 'h 1 I
it fs believed eclipse all home 'Coast line Sunday night was broughtto Illustrated Magazine Section Will To Boost The violin solo by Miss Madge Rivers anda the board of directors last Saturday.
seen'In Kissimmee Sunday nighf by Deputy Help musical reading by Miss Margaret Dr. K.. D. C. Watson's resignation as ::
talent Kissimmee.dramatic' offerings' ever' 'Sheriff John- Bronaon. The train crew State As A Whole And Will From Time To Time Give Stanford. president and E. E. Brown as vice- '
_._ __ and Commissioner sole Charles N. accepted and the a
reported hitting the man Clarinet Phillips. president were ti
HIGH SCHOOL TRACK TEAMS I Phillips' and Deputy Owens Northern Readers News of Kissimmee's Progress Song by audience.C. election! followed. Mr. Brcwn's election i e
RESPECTIVE MEETS I,of Kenansville t to the,scene anJlater fi. Pledge and Benediction. was to fill the unexpired term
ATTEND turned the body over to Brent Beginning with the next week's issue graphs of men and women who are while Mr. Lanier will hold office un- "
The girls' track team of Osceola son. It was first reported,that Daughtv that of April 13, to be exact doing big. things for their respective FORMER KISSIMMEE PEOPLE til the next annual meeting of the ,;
i High School left Wednesday for.Tal- had been shot by another negro The Gasette will present its readers localities and for the state will prove PLEASED AT CITY'S PROGRESSMr. stockholders.The .
.4 lahassee 'to compete In'the state meet McBride; raid his' body placed on the with a monthly magazine section. inspirations to other men with asgreat I salary of the president was .
.Sanderson .accompaniedrth tracV. County'Physician Chunn examTned.'the.eorpse -- This new departure will be illustrated possibilities though possibly and Mrs. Tom Townley John fixed at r week from April 2.
J rs.'girls W.yE. ehaperone.TThe.grlaposing .Monday; but could and will .tell the story of latent. Difficulties overcome in one and Vernon 'Townley," spent a fewdays 1923. an J25 both the new officers 'assumed ,' 1
as Florida's Latest photo- community will suggest solutions of "In Kissimmee the past week their'' duties Monday. A 'vacancy '
". the. team:which wade the find .noeYldeneetJ< of bullet wounds. progress. I ... ?
tripCare ..X.therill..YoaeleyVivian; McBride is'befog held "far' the_ grand graphs and well written articles will problems elsewhere.. looking. the town 'over'.and seeing I was declared in the board of -
";r.t.' and Eunice Rivera Jury.! gT&Mi t keep the readers informed as .toi the The publication of this magazine their many old frienda.,-..>, I directors oil account, of. the recent i a
Yloyd' member-of -, tremendous development the state, section: is merely following the policy John and Tom operated a drugstore death of P:A.,Nave,' this vacancy to ,
'L..l:the 1J!eanor'Roaen;she beteJ was Osceola a ,High's ..:..'W. C. T. U. SOCIAL which is going* on so rapidly that the which The Gacette has tried to .main- here for ."ernl'yearl, moving be filled at the next regular. meeting. '
i" party, In-the-state declamation W -- ---- "*! i average man cannot. keep up.with the tain for ;years, that of giving its read- about twenty-seven years age to- Mi- of-the, board. .t-A., '. ,."''' / ""
II S :representative' The next meeting of. fw.. C.. T. changes. erathe, best obtainable service. It and where ; they,.''Were*wonderfully : Director. Johnb.; ,; .Edwards, > 0Vero f'' - .!contest. -, v for .Gainesville: U..,will held Friday evening April The magazine will be attractive in believes l that the innovation will beef successful.r' Both. are now reputed to ;;and C- E....Dayvanlt of- PernJJI
,forth..tate'' meet those 18, at 8 o'clock. ;, .iu' d appearance and: will, contain! good ,decided value not only to the stateas be millionaires owning large. ,holdIngs broke.were abeet'and copies of the e' .
'yesterday .. Dresch U. articles which will be' whole this immediate. in and Tnsla, Oklahoma. 'sent to. them.
1. ReT-W. H.': w speak on sound goodreeding a ,but to sec Miami minutes were 7ordered .
fcnakinr the trip' I.-8'Ledbettbr. "Our Schools of ,TomorrowMrs.. .J.E..Lupfer for Floridians as. well as for tion.,'As,Florida progresses While4they> ; many r --.-... ,
lock, Uly Chapman; with Fred will ..give a, nC.1."LIat. prospective FloHdiana.It! .will W the 'tb.'citiesr i ,of grows progress.The'converse changes "after .'Mrs.'J..M. Paul,of Cairo'Georg1a.who ,, .,;
;and Emerson' Squires; ? the Little Children Play.:L: There will constant :endeavor, of, the editor..teImake .Is' also true.- they expressed themselves astonlahed has been the. guest\ of sister J.!
: ,XJupfer' the declamation-contest, entry.H. be' .' good time ,for every one..,,.Full ',each;: succeeding ,issue .better .additional,service will not ln-r at the growth', and'development (otKblimme4fr Mrs; J.. ,LvOverstr ": ,.forsveralweeksretorrted'S.barome: '

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: ", 1 NOTES i DISEASE OF CfTRUB Daily and on a prodigious scale the I 0' W. 8. Oraliaai '1. 'keep. 'em In 'I' 'ap

i. 0 serious disease ..f citrus industrial miracle of the age is being e $oor c.ndltlon
The most .' wrought at the huge River Rouge: :, I'.rt.'t FI&tlst otlon O".r .nt.pd.II '
., . Writer. .1" pp...ti.n.To is said,, to be melanoee. Its annual plant of the Ford Motor Company at. : AIR WORK A SPECIALTY I i'i
7 t' American Legion toll in Florida mounts into the hun
Detroit and the dreamof
half-century 4 Phone 235 105 Park Ave.
\ ,What reviewer have termed the dreds of thousand of dollars. .
the world's most metallurgists
. ''Ii ''y\ "inside story" of the American Le- Investigations )have been carried on has come true. expert 4 OOOOOOOoOOoOOOOOOO.ti +
t 1-, grion has been told unofficially in I by the Florida Experiment stationfor
. { graphic detail in a book called "A many .year in an effort to de- Henry Ford's new and outstanding'
y, i I.' History of the American Legion," termine the best means of controlling triumph, it is declared, is the unquestioned

,1 ----'W1' Marquis James, of the melanoseuMuch has been learned in demonstration that his shortcuts B. .D1CKERSON.
lr ; e f,J staff of the American Legion Week this conneettoTt and''much-'haebeen [ -to_unparallelled low cost quantity - '"
saved the who followed the production are based on scientifically CONTRACTOR AND'BUILDERIn
I I. ly.. There is a foreword by Alvin growers .
.. 1 Owsley. the national commander. advice given.! and universally correct fundamental Wood, Prick or Stone. Also -
i Light is thrown oi\ chapters of the But more has been learned recently principles, rather than per Ilrlck-laylnir' and 1-lusterliVe. ---' -

Legion's history 1 about which little Specialists of the station and certain sonal magic in a special field. t' '_-.'. _... ..
I S2I nit \('K STHKRTQ. : _: ..- -
1 hitherto has been publicly: known. ccunty agents have been follow- The River Rogue plant, begun only ::"

e .. I Restlessness among 2,000,000 idle ,ing particular line otf investigation I'I'I five years ago, Is at )present scarcely -:::-: ,-- '.
troops who wanted to home Inspired during the last' two or three than half it is W. J STEED -:: : ...... .
i t 1. iro I years. mote completed, yet F. KIUBnS < ....,......./-;;..- ::;:;>;:;.- _...
of "bolshevism" have much Information
speculation I They gathered: new i today the throbbing heart of the KRIBBS & STEED
and counter-measures' led to the train and this has been printed as'' world's greatest single industry

4 of events which are responsible for |Experiment Station Bulletin 167. Tile and, in many. respects, it is Aftvr..,* Had roM..rl.rn at Low More Work from Your Mules 'II
r the Legion, according td Mr. James. i i men who did most of the investigating -I the greatest industrial works in the Ht..lKiM.>*, Florida

t : ". Theodore Roosevelt was prominent ii I I and wrote the bulletin are O. F. world. It was launched as a master Ofmtrml prartlr. !. all *<.<. ...
these early Legion activities.. His I Burger, plant pathologist, and E. F. enterprise of the automobile manu- cued. st.t. Cavrt.
preciptous witndrawel from active Oebusk and W. R. Briggs, county facturer's plan to control every step of mule owners are not getting the best

participation in the organization'saffairs agents: of Luke and Manatee of his ,industry from primary raw PAT JOtlXSTON a. P. t1APItETTJOHNSTON THOUSANDS their mules or as long a service, becauseof

'. is explained by Roosevelt's desire In this bulletin it is counties./: /materials to finished automobiles and improper feeding. Most people figure mules are just

1 to disprove. an early report that that melanose be controlled by spraying tractot's. & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW naturally hardy animals and don't require such careful selection
"; the .real object of the Legion was to the trees with what is called "bor I The scheme was to ellm'lnate-W ;'t'I1nd' "--u
1 Q advance, his public career deaux-oil" from a week to two weeks ,' of feed.
ds I i The general staff of the A. E. F.rt after the blossoms have dropped. It speed up manufacture of parts Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Oscc61a Bank
I 6 ( just as parts were conjured to swarm A balanced ration' not only puts mules in better shape for
was cold to the projected Legion: but is also, recommended that dead woodbe Building. I
r ,I j. ;s a staff 'colonel. George A. White, of pruned out of the trees during. the pioneer into complete plant in Highland automobiles"Park. the K1SSIMMISE: FLORIDA I work, but keeps them in better health at less cost.

I rt ri\ f ., Portland: Oregon, disagreed with the.majority. dormant season. In some of the tests '
. -I. He went A. W. O. L. from conducted a saving! was recorded of Part of this 'plan was to combine I Dry, tasteless oats and corn lack variety and are not easily

: y' G. II. Q.. .and .toured France arousing 50 cents to the box of fruit. toke ovens, furnaces, foundry and i I digested. You could get plenty of bulk 'from a loaf of bread to ,.
' y interest in the proposed caucus at All about the preparation and US'Sof steel mill into a single: consolidated Millon 1'1'hc..r I im K 1\\1. ,
fill but wouldn't do a lot better work
I stomach you on
'I I your
unit the first'time
in the of
i' -- history
bordeaux-oil is in the
enlisted explained PLEDGER & DAVISTTOUNKYSATI.V I ?
well-Cooked steak and fresh vegetables
,J, bulletin. It may be had free upon metal working. that such a projecthad i I .
1\ March, 1919. The delegates waived request to the Experiment Station been undei taken. .\ = 5
O-Molene supplies the variety keep
iii rank and transacted business on a Gainesville. Further it was the scheme to pour
1 basis of absolute j I slate hank Pudding I mules in good working condition.
r .' equality a detail molten iron from the blast furnace I II !
I . which laid all concerned liable to trial PLANT CORN ANI LEGUMESTOGETHER : directly into molds and in the single I ,wsl\uiii: : :: :. FII(1I| > PURINA
; by court martial.
t t Oppci.UGii;; : to the Legion in the high silicon castings which couldbe more completely digested, you feed much less aMOLENE
four million dollars the
'" United States, Mr. James states, was ftDK
machined thus elimjnatin the I
than and oats.
weight corn
I --- by
: estimate of the velvet bean of
;, ,'. came from three sources' Politicians crop .slow and costly steps through the )pig i I L SS
r of both parties were opposed, fearing I Florida last year. That did not take iron IItule.lfetallu"jl'i. i-rm.ic HTINO \ -:it Order some O-Molene today and watch w:
f into consideration the increase' in fertility '
'1 the "Soldier vote the radical elements .
; h and mechanical
t. of the soil, of experts \ JESSIE I D. KLEINMANJUSTICE I the good results.FLORIDA.
j ;t feared a conflict with their I a fertile heard pf it, smacked their lips
\ J : plans for a revolution; "big business" I the crop. If this more soil and awaited-skeptical. Today they Sold by
I were added to the actual value of the OF PEACE I II
ior t objected agitation for adjusted
come to the River
Rogue plant to seeand
beans and hay,the amount would be I t
r :
1 compensation and feared an expose marvel.A 1I\o.III.I-S: \1.1. I'I.\I\IS:
r! of war time profiteering. much greater. And if the value of all I
little I
If more than L
I a ago pouring -
Political opposition brought about the other leguminous crops were added of metal into I11bl J'ear from FEED STORES

,r "1't'T an acute situation which might have reached., a still greater figure would be the blast furnace began in a !small DR. R. J. DENNING
spelled disaster in connection withPershing's '
Last! October fires
way. lighted
i f But how much will this year's velvet
j. ; triumphal return in September under the second furnace. DENTIST
l.i.' \ 1919. Mr. James relates that bean crop be worth? Not to mention -
And now the Over the
l{ f after the general had accepted an Inf' other such crops-peanuts, cow- come to witness the mirage\ Postoffice. 306 Broadway
daily OFFICE HOURS t .
and : to 12.30.: 1:10: t I
beggarweed etc. Certainlyas
t. vitation to address a Legion mass II peas 1,500 tons of molten ore and Iron. Residence Phone 174-
/ : meeting at Madison Square Garden, much as last year's, and probably mixed in scientific' proportions andchanged '
I \ New York Mayor Hylan appeared on much more. in a single operation, in the -Office Phone 158
f' Florida farmers should not fail to TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
ri l, a the without platform speaking and urged him to was leave a take advantage of these leguminous world's largest foundry, into superb

1'I I Pers'hinll' The velvet bean is the most castings numerous enough to supplyall t
; "political (
I meeting. stayed, crops.
" the automobile
' 't however, and has since become r.n active popular with the greatesnt number of needs' Qf the Ford Motor Call Up No. 218'TWOQNEEIGHT
I Legionnaire. successful farmers.) It has become There
; an ever moving procession of I
I !' t Mr. James also describes the attempt customary to plant beans among the newly fashioned molds OFFICES
I \ of radical leaders to organize corn. The Florida college of agricul- whirling to ( )
the pouring stations endless Winter Florida
" ex-soldier ture recommends this. At what time on conveyors Park. I IOOHOO
support to overthrow the thence back knockoutand I
r past
,; government. The Legion'' opposed the they should be planted, or how thick
' cleaning stations and
.1 revolutionists and the fight culminated they should be planted, are questions barrels, to a huge machine shop tumbling un- MOOO H. HAROLD HUM M I'. 8IMMONS.Vlc L>. A. M dim I SON. JR,
, : in the massacre of four unarmed which vary with circumstances. How ; der the .same roof where most of the 4 President.. 1'rrildcnt S.c. Trcam.Poultry .
Legion men at Centralia Wash. it is fact that the beans are
"Big ever a
castings are immediately machined < TURNER MARBLE & GRANITE 4 Bed Fertifixtrt lasectidoM
business" Sprayers SvppBctPrompt
interests tried to induce not planted most cases -
prepared for final 4 *
Franklin D'Olier not thick the assembly. COMPANY TAMPA Honest Goods Fair Price
to resign as national enough to supply ShIps .at
Nothing in the industrial 4
commander in humus and beans desired and which news of -
Li. 1920 and to repudiate the Ask Your NeI..lIor-n. Knows
: generation with *
compares this MONUMENTS
the Legion's stand for the soil needs.
compensation ( feet which 4 4 "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING."
manufacturing is
on a .
according to Mr. James..I I Some farmers pasture their corn
scale so immense that it supplies the 4 M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimmee + E. 0. PAINTER J.cluoBrilR
Mr. D'Olier's refusal was an evidence and beans to hogs and cattle. In this FERTILIZER CO. FUrida
entire .
needs of the +
of great courage, he says, adding that i I i case the beans may be planted in every foundry automobile works. world'sgreat'st 'OOOtOOO'O'OOOO O OOOOOto.i .
it cost the former commander, who i ia is row and at the same time the
wealthy man, a great deal of money : corn is planted. If it is desired to Through this swift transformation'
ti of ore into machined castings on a 0 00 00 00 o """
harvest the corn, plant the beans after a
>f the has considerableheadway prodigious scale is the most spectacular i : *
cron gained
I M. TILLER lb I/7
y 5,000,000 PRAIRIE DOGS and in every second row or undertaking at the plant, there
POISONED IN ARIZONA are many other reasons which have r
DRIVE every third row and tho vines will : Real Estate Agency
a led engineers and experts to declare _
; not be so heavy as to hinder the harvesting -
'. Field +
operations against prairie the River Rogue plant "the most significant i
of the There dozens
I corn. are *
dogs and ground squirrels in westerns and vitally important development FIRE LIFE: AND ACCIDENT
6:; states are. being conducted by, the of methods of planting beans and on in the world today." INSURANCE' 4 rcic CHASM

I I'; t rt' ,: biological survey, of the United every farm conditions' ere slightly .From Ford mines down in Kentucky INDEMNITY. BONDS <
different. Therefore, methodis
.i no one 4 4 I.
States department of agriculture, suited to all conditions.But I. : and West' Virginia which send .0.00000.0.. '
1 f with a view to the complete eradica 1 1I coal on a Ford railroad to the River fflrrtzat /
" one point stands out unde-
; t don of these rodents in a systematic as I Rogue plant, and from Ford forests
the velvet bean (or other _
I jbatuble
t any r
. manner over great units of land. and Ford mines in Northern Michigan
r. From 75 to 95 percent of the animals good rotation legume)plan improves should the exclude soil andno it. sending timber and ore, there is a S. B. AULTMANREAL 1 -

} ti -are usually destroyed by the first constant demand for machinery find
.' poison treatment, and eradication is j Beans and peas are good feed and locomotives. From the tractor plant

t r.., completed by later applications of I I the money most crops economical and. in addition, furnish and the Highland Park plant and
nitrogen (as
poisoned grain and carbon brcnches all
bisulphide thevOI'ld
over there is
i I< plant food) known. Their culture
: I I
or other fumigating agents. Many a never failing call for parts and ma I
r means prosperity. ESTATEand
i 't counties throughout the west, previously I,I chinery. And the River Rogue plant 1 ,

l ''f': ,";' heavily infested have been j 1 Nowhere in American life i in! waste has undertaken to supply, from pri: i- t 1
.w j:; thus cleared to a point where only an more conspicuous than in our forests mary raw materials, all the needs of
e occasional animal can be found,while this .
and forest products, says the annual expanding industry.A
; ; some counties report complete eradication ,: report of the forest service United power house soon will house' the FIRE INSURANCE
tp I r of prairie dogs this year. A I II. States department of agriculture. In world's greatest turbine engine, be-

I.. j prominent stockman in Arizona wrote all the stages of manufacture thereis ing built by the Ford Motor Company --
.,< i ; recently to the department: I appalling waste. American business itself. The locomotive repair shop is

: J "On June 25, 1922, the last prairie I has begun to see the vital importance rapidly being expanded into a locomotive 11 Darlington Avenue
.1 dog was exterminated from the -
count of better methods of manu- and car building walks. -
i ties of Cochise and Graham. This was j factuiing and using wood. The for Under construction at River Rogueare - -

'w', the result of three years of united est products laboratory is solving the a cement factory, a paper mill, I: !
{ effort on the part of over 800 stock- problem of curtailing waste. and a glass: factory, all designed to I
," men and farmers co-operating with - meet the need. *4 the Ford Motor I
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r, two experts of the biological survey. r Company.A CITYMEATJARKET

n r'I, An area 120 miles long and from 10 rI great new building now houses
R J to 20 miles wide was actually cleared I two 10-ton electric furnaces which : 380I

l+ :, of this pest. Three years ago, when make steel, and will house a 50-ton v
I visited this district, I rode through electric steel furnace-largest in the

'd ., ,a.\ miles of prairie dog infestation, and world before long. This monster i qs *. a.DKTROIT 1
bare denuded lands lay on every side. I electric furnace, to he operated on the
t . Today, after these pests have been 1 Service Station conductive health has challenged Fresh M : alit and 3

exterminated, the grass is knee-high, the attention 0 flan. men of Still Lower
i, fat stock and fertile farms are to be I I the world and promises to make steel- VegetablesPhone i A Hauling Costs .
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seen on every hand, and ,
p a prosperoo'tcommunity making industry just as sensationally'
is in the making. * as iron-making has been made Ie: {
'; Q at the are open to every line of business
It is estimated that the increased 1 1I River Rogue plant.

'j forage now possible will support at I Every day at River Rogue 2,000 44 because of the present price on
i least 60.000 (instead of 5,000- tons of pulverized soft coal
are roasted
dogs -
i the
s ( Ford
+ 000 prairie ) and farmers are into 1,500 tons of coke. Lust year One-ton Truck. This .
.;.' now growing alfalfa and grain on can depend the oven vapors yielded to the broad - dependable form of motor delivery
ground which' -
i formerly was so heavily acres of towers, tanks, condensing
infested with prairie dogs that it I coils is in
centrifugal stills and decanters, general use where-
. was impossible to raise i anything/' Cord Tire with
7 billion cubic feet of
,t' the beveled All- pounds of ammonia sulphate gas, 17,766.000, 4,751.- ever hauling atlow cost and good
Harmony is
I in those homes pretty where likely everybody to reign: Weather Tread' to 000 gallons of tar and 3,650,000 gallone ,- NfWBY INN speed is essential.

? t ( helps with the dishwashing. give you greater of motor fuel. All these byproducts -

; - mileage better service are used In automobile making
-- Original installation
--- in
r except ammonia sulphate which is your service -
,and longer wear. sold for fertilizer. Home For Those Away From Home
;. costs little
HELP YOURSELF These advantage. One of the astonishing things of so and the sub-

:: i iIF are due to the semi- the River Rogue plant is that although Attractively Decorated sequent saving in delivery cost is

GET WELL flat tread,a new im- 22,000 men are employed
FAST so that
',, proved rubber com- there, few are even seen outside the Weekly Rates great further delay inputting

you been ill it pound,heavier Ida- buildings.veyors are covered The inter-building and con- a Ford One-ton Ttuck to
seems invisible
i1 you woand as as Phone 221 Excellent'
ai as if never get your wall and the rein' the army of toilers. work is needless extravagance.List
r' strength back you need the won forced block of the' .
derful strengthening and rebuilding After years of investigation and
: -.- qualities of Glide's Pepto-Mangan. new i beveled the best tread.It digging' in the sands of Egypt explorers your order at once- -a 'small

+ ,. It has helped thousands of invalid tire have found the tomb of King KISSIMMEE PLUMBING down Pa convenient
ir s, and convalescents to back their Goodyearerer built.BUFFER Tutankhamen, who ruled the country .. ,easy

1.,6 strength, pftemwell 3FFf eat well A.C..i.r tL.J..fg.' f the Nile about 1350 B. C., or 3,270ears SHOP terms: , ...
z sleep wen, well! D..d.. .. ..,..aSJ ..= ago. The Interior of the tomb .

Ak. Your druggist has Glide's PeptoManian .-.I.."."-G..ey._-It ra..J consists of several large rooms filled J9wd-Pero .ever lass sa tar ,

r -liquid or tablets, as you pre-- I "<::,. wltb>treasures valued at million of. Nothing Too Big h ...,1.......* to,....._ 4tt+",'ty ......1 I
Ier.... foliarLittle. 'known of him his- :!: i -. ,
tori Df. yet -it I. seen that the coun Nothing Too"Small ''';'; M. C. -,."i'"
; A' Dude'sPeptoan' & RATHER try* was kept 'poor and the people ::: AUTREY .r ,
.' toll led'that he>might live',in splendor .. J ,
I 1. ': and:.was buried in the same'way. All Work Guaranteed t 'AuthorizeDealerr' a'.1
; 't an.rOJtiO : '. ., ; ''I 110 gained. the',throne byi marrying ; ; '165
'rPhone "klssimmee
I II Princess Ankh-Nes-Pa-Aten, daugh Be'rSatisfactory .FloridaV l

... / ndBlD JEnricJ.n.; GOD ARyv. t.r'of King Amenhotep IV. i'Better ," -. _..- .. :\1)"i< .... 0( _, ... .
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be .
a lira farmer' Florida Hhan a V V . ,
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......... .......... THE AGRICULTURAL ;

.. CREDITS-ACT; .OF 1921 f '

J THE WATCHER' J Statement Secretary of 'rlcIaUurt"HenrI' '
C. Wallace. : tveryt ingNeeded l Spraying and ,Dusting

.....t.... $ii.o.o1 .

ABOUT On the last day it was in ....(oJ Schaam Spray, r.rarab Sdmarr.Niaiars) ....... V.S S ,
congress enacted the Agricultural Sckaarr. }tUrdeJ M.... Schaarr-Niajara Dtttoj Material
is is n
Sneezing the gentle art of blowing Credit Act. This act designed to
,a tickle, out of the nose. It it give the farmer the sort of credit he C.*ScswamLtaeSislahtr'SaUiaa "PerBaryAraw..aISFe.J..ia. .
universally practiced by mankind needs to produce efficiently and f r.n+.....nlut.S.IGda.t-lritati.ei Pmi

from the humble Wop to the illustrioua market' in an orderly way' the products ,, Dud u4 rW.7* :Sprayers> All Kiad ** S*.*.***** aM Dos Mixtures

high-brow.- la regarded a* of the farm. It is an effort by .All luedicicleMaterw.: .. \
/f.4*Dh saw. (/ *J W/Wv<* !<
one of the inalienable right. of mankind congress to meet a need which has .-

; and although not.apeclftClaUy been felt for at least fifty earl' The In the has been necessary to secure certain spray ordust
mentioned In"Constitution'of the I act may not be perfect. Quite pout. .
United State there are 'aectlont: bly experience will show' the need of materials, sprayers or dusters from different sources.

which interpreted properly will cover amendments from time to time. But To-day. secure from Schnarr factories warehouses and
the cue and guarantee the free exercise it furnishes the, basis for a system of you may ,
thereof. When a fit of sneezing : intermediate credit adapted to farm local dealers"any quantity of materials and-

is about ta occur there will be a .conditions and farm needs. Also it ."

look of suspicion 'on, the face 'of the 1 should bring about a reduction in the Niagara&! Dusters Sprayers '

victim, the features will contract and osrmcmcMTosA00Dttt interest which farmere must'. pay for l .
twitch nervously like those of .a money borrowed. JandBlowerGunforsmall From the small knapsack, or com

young man learning to sing tenor,, ..... The act Is divided into two parts acreages up to the large Power and pressed air to power spray ,- -- ;i
and ..palmodlcintake In the first, it provides government Florida
there will be a sudden Traction; driven,dusters.' era for all ,requirements. '
of the breath, then something agencies for handling agriculturalloans. : $

will give on the inside and an I' In the second it authorizes the :.
way Schnarr and Products
explosion follows. Sneezes vary in I' organization of private agencies under Schnarr-Niagara&!

intensity from the delicate "ki-s'nt" 1 LOGIC-AND OTHER THINGSBy government supervision for mak Manufactured in Florida and available from local stocks or nearby 1
Miss to the "achkoocheeoshchoodarntheluckr ing loans -on live-stock security ancon I
of the dainty ) of the Red Rees farm commodities on the way to distributing points mean that you let unequaled service,

hard-boiled commercial traveller. market. I I best results and lower average prices. :

somewhere, at sometime If you are a devotee of the great The government loan activities will ,
Somebody other, said something about god Jazz you will not agree* with whatwe be carried on in connection with the February 1st price list, including spraying and dusting acbeclal..ped.. "

touch or of nature making the whole have to .ay. In fact, you will undoubtedly federal land banks. At the present : fications of sprayers and dusters,ready for distribution, send for free copy.. (

one akin and it' must be so, for condemn ua as obsolete, time the country Is' divided into I .6

world looks pleased and sympathetic pre-historic, puritanical, and any oth twelve districts, and in each of these i J. SCHNARR &: COMPANY. ':
everybody time a fat man touches er unpleasant thing you happen to districts there is a federal land bank :

\ off heart every felt sneeze that makes the think of. Wherefore we make haste which makes land mortgage loans, Winter Haven 'ORLANDO, FLORIDA Larkins -,
a rattle. On the cars the other I to assure you that we are none of these twelve banks being directed bya "
windows travelling man exploded a 'these; neither are we in favor of central federal farm loan bureau in Specialists in Spray, Sprayers and Spraying 1

day "Ah a wooshl" with the accent "blue laws" or any other unnecessary Washington. In connection with each
mighty restriction the of of these land banks there is to be
the last and everybody I on pleasures\ any $ es .1
on smiled approvingly, being one. We are, however, a lover of tablished an intermediate credit bank

that he had got it over I I:good music. Also, we are willing to located in the same city with the landbank .
glad one lady who was I let others enjoy their jazz, even and under the supervision of the 11SC1aiTtJR
with, except and fled to the though the immortal Bert Leston officers and directors of the land bank. credits act will be sufficient to meet

afraid of end germs of the car and closed the I Taylor has said that "It would sound The federal government supplies each the needs.
extreme act of delivering a well I I just right at the headwaters of the of these intermediate credit banks This Agricultural Credits Act of
door. The often makes the Conjro." with a capital of not to exceed $),- 1923 is one of the most importantacts

developed sneeze undignified and even I We entered a music store in Chicago 000,000. These intermediate credit passed by the last congress. 1 It B. B. ADAMS SPECIALS
sneezer appear Just that the hay one day and asked to hear a recordof banks are authorized to discount mark an earnest effort to provldethe ; ,

ridiculous. Muller suppose raked so industriously I Hoffman's "Barcarolle.] The salesman farmers' notes which have been taken farmer with the sort of credit he .
that Maud of those ultra modern banks and other financial institutions It
caused the judge to give put on one by must have to carry on efficiently
had Quarter section of I Jazz pieces rf which we have been and then can carry such notes is not class legislation. The results ,
off an undivided house sneezes It speaking. We admit that it had a for a term of from six months to will be helpful to business in general, 3d.A.yo

one of hh court his dignity, she I slight resemblance to the "Barcarol three years. The banks may also ]loan because the effect will be to'stabilize

would have disrupted dis-illusioned\ and .le, but, ye gods! What a difference direct to farmers' co-operative aso- agricultural production and market- i a
would have been to at her I I Hoffman must have turned over in elation: under conditions set forth in ing. Lassen's Perfection (the Flour of Quality)
not left for regret gnaw I I
his at least times. We the act.
heart the rest of her life read, and then didn..crave t stay to hear seven the finish. The Theseintermediate credit banks: GLOOM BUCKETS 24 Pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.21
have :
the account might introduction was sufficient. may i issue debentures which will have Memo Self Rising Flour, 24 Pounds. , . . .$1.21 ,
"Maud Muller, on a summer's day. I Personally, us you may ha\: r been back of them the fanners' notes (Jacksonville Journal)
Raked the Judge instead of the hay." led to I believe bv the foregoing: we which the banks have taken. The idea The New York Times record. wit Best Grade White Meat, per Pound..17c : f

Quite likely the act of sneezing has don't like jazz, but wo have Je- is that these debentures may be sold joy the coining of a new Western 10 Pounds Blue Rose Rice . , . . . ... 55c : ,
in the history :;sire to take it away from tho e who to people who wish a safe investment. phrase, "Gloom Buckets," for all the

played of a our prominent country part, in a negative' do. Keep it if you vicni to, II,1we' They sic exempt from taxation, just army of pessimists from the eastern Compound Lard, per Pqund . . . . . . . 16c. !

that the immortal think we voice the sentiment of nius clovers ns the bonds<< issued' by the federal part of this country and from Europe Palm Olive 8c 4 for. . . \ 30c
way of course. Suppose the world over when we l'iiY- land banks are exempt. The interest Soap, . . . . . .
had loosed one of who, ever since the war, have gone UJ:
Washington while crossing' PLEASE don't jazz the classics.: They charged by the intermediate credit and down the earth prophesying cal. 15 Pounds Irish Potatoes . . . . . . . . . 38c
his majestic sneezes don't belong cm the dance floor. Thereis hanks not exceed by mOle than
the Delaware river on Hessians that fateful who plenty of music ( 1)) written for ono percent may the! Interest paid on the soothed lamities by and an crisc unfaltering Sustained trust in and the Dasco Club Coffee, "The Best" . . . . . . . .42c
night were sleeping in 1775.ns a result of eating dancing, without desecrating the workof debentures issued, and the farmer fundamental soundness! of the world All kinds Feed Stuffs at Lowest Prices '
the masters.! who borrows must not charged an
In it would have and of the United States of
mince pie with awake a kick and the whole Ain't it the truth ? interest rate of more than one and particular, the westerners and middle i tome in and see us for lowest prices on our entire.
been jarred chang- Yes, Felix, the intelligence* of a one-half percent above the interest westerners let the Gloom Buckets '
course of our national history ratio the intermediate credit line of Groceries etc.
flapper is in inverse to charged' by the ,
ed. This is at least as reasonable alto rave but refuse tc be alarmed by;
quantity of artificial complexion u!<('d. bank.
affirm that sugar makes rhubarb Also! the intelligence of a cake-eater No doubt some time will be required them.The Times takes up the for Your Business with us is Appreciated.
it in. cause
pie sour when you don't put is in inverse ratio to the length of to get this machinery In'' the West after this fashion .
with full :
Well, anyway, let's all go on the sideburns smooth woikmg order. It will be just
of heart, giving our neigh _. "Such extremes/ of pessimism defeat -
------ -- business. It
purpose and keep like building up a new their own end. They (the

bors ing out advice of,Jail paying by obeying taxes the Voleted A Banquet That Was Almost a should the not benefits be very will long be ,apparent however, and until Gloom Buckets) surely well are overstaying .- ,B. B. ADAMSNo. .:

accomplish their time, as as exaggerating
Act; by doing so we may the farmer will find that he can borrow -
something not to be sneezed their role, when signs of Improvement -
Tragedy"Three to
needed capital for a period up
are written large on the skj 6 BROADWAY
at - three years without having to pay an "
Judged by any sanei measurement ,
RED SPIDERS KILLED BY I years ago at a banquet\ I unduly high interest rate, without i the recovery since the war has been
DUST : was stricken with acute indigestion.' having to renew his note every ninety all the
SULPIIUR astonishingly great. Nearly
.. .
without be.
Two doctors wOlked'onr me' for an days or six months prophecies of disaster have failed al-! - --- - -
Red spiders begin doing considerable hour before I came to. I had had ing in danger of having to sacrificehis : most. as soon as they were uttered. oot OO oo.ttt .oo
damage In various parts of the severe colic attacks before! but nothing crops or live 'stock because. of a The prospects are brightening every . !

state in March and April. They injure like that. No doctors'or medicine sudden financial flurry. day in spite of the blind who will not .
unless con- : help until a The second division of the act authorizes "
a variety of plants, ; rave me permanent see. '
trolled by sulphur dust. Peas,beans, friend, who was at the banquet, advised the organization, under a The best of it is that this is all true. HAVING PURCHASED:

strawberries, citrus, cotton, violets me to take a course, of Mayr'a federal charter, of national agricultural Perhaps the reason the west as a
are Wonderful Remedy which 1 did with credit corporations, those to be
and camphor, of domestic plants, whole discovered it a little sooner
liableVto attack. wonderful results." It is fimple, organized by private capital. They than some other regions is that it i I. THE STOCK OF
Infested plants become gray and harmless preparation that remove. will be under the supervision of the further from the immediate

dried up in appearance and finally the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal .comptroller of the currency, Just as centers of away disturbance and so has al :
and die. Such plants, tract and allays the inflammation :are other national banking mstitununs. /
turn yellow better general! perspective. But in any
particularly the under sides of their which causes practically all They must have a capital :fase gloom will not help matters. Pessimism Dry Goods and Notions \ \

leave., are covered with a web of fine stomach, liver and intestinal ailments stock of at least $250,000. They may always defeats its own end. M

silk under which the minute yellow including appendicitis. One increase collateral trust debentures up It in well that the unscared west hall

mites can be aeen with the naked dose will convince or money refund to ten times their capital and sur- vision to see this and sufficient faithIn OF A. S. GILBERT WILL HAVE SPECIAL BARGAINS
who have ed. J. Z. Roberson and druggistseverywhere. plus. Such corporations will proba- -
eye, according to experts its own luck And that of the world
studied the pests. Under a good I lens ,My be organized in the western states .to laugh the Gloom Buckets out of -
one can readllv see the eie-ht-legged' -- -- I where the live stock industiy In important countenance. ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
adults which are from red to green I A COUNTRY GIRL:S .CREED I and where nQw cattle loan

in color, the bright red east egg,off and when the |I I am' glad that I live in the country. !i companion addition are to in the operation.In provisions. of the TIMBER-CUTTING AGREE-' COME TO MILAR'S 5c and lOc STORE AND BE
white skin which
molted.were I love its beauty and its spirit. I rejoice act designed to furnish the farmer MENT ]MADE

the spiders in the things I can do as a country :much needed intermediate cre'ilt' certain
These spiders belong to a group CONVINCED THAT WE SELL FOR LESS. '
mitee which includes girl for my home and my neigh : changes have !been made in the Secretary of agriculture Wallace ,
called spider- ,
borhood.I law under which the federal land has approved an agreement with certain ,
The best
of citrus.
the rust mites believe I can share in the beaut.yaround banks operate and in the federal reserve owners of private timberlands in "
remedy for any of the group is some. me; in the fragrance of the act. Provision for the establishment California by which the methods of
form of sul her, advises J. R. Watson crchardfl in spring; in the abundanceof of the so-called permanent cutting advocated by the forest service .'

entomologist of the Florida experiment our harvests in autumn; in the ,organization of the twelve federal will be applied to a heavily timbered -
morning- songs of birds and in the land banks is made by providing' that tract of land.
of controlling the spiders. glory of our sunsets.! I want to express :- three out of the seven directors for According the Forest Service, I
Professor Watson says: of"Use its either I this beauty in my own life a* I each bank are to be elected by the the association' owning the land which VV. loll I L, A R 1'1
free compounds -
sulphur or some
lies within the boundaries .. >
and happily of
'natuially as as the orange borrowers from the bank amt i three a national -
to control red spiders, applying trees bloom in spring and in to be appointed bv the Federal forest will cut only those trees
it in the form of apray.I
dry or a June.I Loan Bureau. The seventh director marked by forest officers, and all
Free sulphur is one of the best con-1 I' believe I can have a part in the Farm who will be the president of timber operations will be in conformity >fr + <' + fr ++ 0 0 0 0<
troll for this It is somewhat'Blower I
I courageous spirit of the country. This the board, will be chosen from three with forestry principles.
in its action than some compounds 'is the spirit that sings and croons 'in persons who have received the highest : In addition to preserving the seen 'OOtt't OO O' 'tOOOOOOO'OOOOOOOO OO'OOOOO'O OO'OO'<. I
of sulphur, often taking two 'the brook that runs past our school I nomination vote for this position ic beauty of the area, this method of +
or or more to do its work, cutting will maintain the land in C. F. PIIIPPS J. H. PHIPPS "i',
remains house. It dwells in the tender bud I. hv( the borrowers or stockholders] in a
but it active for long-time
a aniiusually that swells and bursts, and in the the bank. condition of forest productivity.
frequently two- or three weeks, seed case that imprisons new life till Heretofore the maximum amount PHIPPS BROTHERS' GARAGE '
kills the mites. I
and it pushes through the dark earth to I which might be loaned to any individual Subscribe For the Valley Gazette

be"Sulphur driven into can the be applied citrus trees dry or light. It sounds in the nestline 'pete! : by the federal land banks has _ -- ----- . -- --- GENERAL REPAIRS and ACCESSORIESFISK 1"
of the meadow lark. With this has increisod
courageous been 10000. This been -
strawberry beds by means of a blower spirit, I, too, can taee the hard Also the for
duster. In strawberry patchit : I to $25,000, purpose TIRES HARTFORD BATTERIESI'l
or things of life with gladness. loans be made 1 I
be hand shakeninto which mortgage may After Eory Meal .
applied or
can' by I believe there is much I can do in had been broadened to.include the repayment LOCATED IN SPIER'S BUILDING :
the vines through closely wov.en
cloth my country home. Through studying of any existing indebtedness.The s& PHONE 171 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA :,
or a perforated can. I .
the best to do every-day Federal Reserve Act U' amended -
way my .
"It is advisable to mix sulphur with O< work I can find jqy in common tasks by broadening the definition of WRlGlM ,
The lime
hydrated lime (3 to 1)) may -
done well. comrad-
Through loving what is called agricultural paper. \
be made 32 (4 gallons

by adding pounds
ship I can help bring into my home making it include the grading and ,.r I
!) of water to 100 pounds of quick
the happiness and that are always processing of agricultural productsby
peace "t
lime. Mix the lime and sulphur thoroughly. -
It is best to apply the dust at so near us in God's out-of-door co-cperative marketing associa
night or early morning in order that world. Through such a home I can tions. Heretofore the federal reserve I :Top off each meal BASS COMPANY
help make real to all who pass that banks have not been permitted to dileount I with
itmaJ' stick better bit
a ol '
way, their highest ideal of country agricultural paper for a longer CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Advertising'is of no more importance life. period than six months This period I j sweet In the form

to a merchant than gasoline isto. I believe my love and loyalty for my has been increased to nine months.A Lot WRIGLEY'S. WOOD :BRICK STONE '
..... automobile.: e. country home should reach out in service large number of state banks are ,
to that larger home we call our net; now members of the Federal Reserve .It satisfies the STEEL, STUCCO

neighborhood. I would wholeheartedly System, some of them because 'h sweet tooth' N. F. BASS JACK BASS "
j give my best to further all'that is their capital is not large enough'.to t and 322 Royal Street GUS Sproule Avenue
beiatr done for a better community. I meet the requirements of the law. aids digestion.

would have all that I think and say An amendment to the Federal Reserve . t -
do is carried thia designed Pleasure and i -- --.--
and help to unite country people Act in bill
: ..' ." near and far In that great kingdom of i to encourage small banks to benefit combined. -- -

'r neighborly love which the Master Join the. system., A. bank which has J_ "" b..C:>>"""" 'pSC xa\v: \;

came to e.t&bU.b-tbe Master who capital equal to sixty percent of the,
r S1iat1'r' iik1 ap1Lra knew and cared' for country'Ways and capital required of national 'banks / -.' .
I s'ter' '
country folk*.-Iowa Ext. News (ad. may now be admitted, if withJn'a re*, U { DfltdwJvrrtM ,
.. ... ,
J_ .. . ..." R tfJIer:
.' I -- far ...ut,IIJae.- pied. -Florida). sonable time the capital.will'be .increased -' FOR Slarm. ;miut CA..I.
.. 'to. with tlte. ,'-.,
r 'Qoaaa.eebs.aad W.tsaertte. r"'a f" correspond capital '
tl tb +e : ,-The following signs can be'pnrchas- required of oatlanal banks.- .," . THE k -ape- ''A 1fa.e yes :':-;''' /.x4alr.1'_ .

d -R -. .,; d at.The Gazette office for JOc ..chi The life! of'the,war .Jlaanc, .corporation ? e : .SgM/AaL4..sMM", .' -, ;:". i ,* >?"
.I T.e.\ Rooms' For. Rent:" Famished .Rooms ,la extended::- to .' February29: e'L 1 : ;;Tsmtns' :vt a .
\ x1-ii. '
Ff! 1/ For.Lurht Housekeepinjr No Trespass ; ) *Wfl p i
", .. ; :: ; 1924V the.expectation/-oetar.tkar i, i : by: 'tiraajx/s
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." .. ' -, t., ;,For.Hirer; Nrf Snzagas ;' For the; new ,creditVfaaflltie, / > .>gUONrs l' ::8 ialau .. ::,...."".. ,_. "' \ ..... *:.For. .>SaleX, .j'e j providad. endertbk ; {te |terat' r. } .
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4. v' --
r. :. BUBUBHHD BY 'Washington, D. C.-. -The George
: .. .. "/ THE KISSIMMKB VALLKT,GAZETTE Meeting Devoted Chiefly PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Washington Masonic Memorial Asso. SCHOOLF'OLKS.: {
; .' EVERY FBIDAYKI8B1MMBE. To Routine BusineM 'With More ciation plans to raise the sum of
".',:,1' : : FLORIDA. Echoes Of The Loose Cattle Rev. W. H. Dresch, D. D., Pastor four million dollar for the great memorial

:. VT, B, HARRIS _un.....PrcildentH. Tuesday night's meeting of the city 9:45 a. m.-Sunday schooL Prof. temple it is building' on I including the ,,,
t, O. VANS AONEW..SecretaryALLISON D. B. Shaver Shooter's Hill, just outside Alexandria -
.r ". I T. rltENCH__..--...-.. Editor8UBRCRIPTI6 commissioners business was matters.devoted A cblefty'iroutine few citizens 11:00: a. m., superintendent--Morning Worship. Va., and in plain sight of the BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,

*!' HATES Sermon by the Capital City. Three million will be -
t before, the body with pastor.
;.' 1-. : ODe Copy One. Year.._____,_.---t.00 appeared but .6:30: m.-Christian Endeavor used in construction it is explained, an'r ,.
r One Copy, Six Month..'.......... l.OQ various suggestions and requests p. the fourth million being an endow- .. .-- ,
Ii.. One Copy Three Month.____ ___ .60 for the most part it was like the directors meeting. ,' - THE .
% ment fund for the upkeep of the ALL TEACHERS
I of a business concern meet 7:80: p. m.-Evenlng Worship. Ser .
.1 (Entered at the poitofnc* at Klnnlnlmee the building.The '
: with the general to con- mon 'by pastor. "
ing manager
> f FlorIda. us arcond-claH matter.) sider his recommendations. Music by the orchestra foundations for this huge tem and ,

All communication except from aUthOrIzed W. G. llankins came to the com 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday. Prayerand ple are already in place. The cornerstone !
1 correspondents mUst be gn- missioners with a proposition regarding Bible study laying will be held early in No I 0 ALL TIlE PUPILS
\ .. I
ed by the writer. will
vember. Large delegations comeon
..t- Rejected matter will bo returned It the ditcher which now reposes on 7:30p.. m.-Thur day. Choir prac I .
that occasion from section' of :
,j called tor.J the lake front. lie could use the tice.Visitors every are invited to see our
'r ditcher at Loughman at the lumberyard will find a cordial welcome the country, fully 50,000 being expected -

:.,. ( ;; AdvertlMng, 'r..e"I"v.1 I and made his proposition for to a home-like church. from the) various jurisd'ctions, NEW ELECTRIC SIGN.
!y. |Q--ret.v. ICAN f'IUS ASSOCIATION 1, the Everglade Cypress Company. lie jn addition to the thousand from '.
,';, ---- offered to take the ditcher make, the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Washington and neighboring coun- Fourteen changes each week.

;4 repairs, mount it on a flatcar
i FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1923 necessary, keep it in good condition, use it Rev. J. A. Button D. D., Pastor. great building is one of a number Get the habit of reading it! !

approximately three days a week and now building and proposed which
The at the office the 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. Car- when completed will put Washington -
1 platform express keep it under cover the rest of
son Farmer superintendent. Classesfor D. C., and its environs definitelyin
time return it whenever the city
has been a busy place during the last all ages. Join the pastor's class. the
wanted it, and a monthly renta. lead in cities of the world
two weeks. It has given a suggestion His 'HvouldLlikfi-pay ditcher 11:00: a. m.-Sermon by the pas- which are architectural treasure
company tor.; "The Source of
Successful Serv-
for three months he said, but would houses. Merchants and Farmers Bank -.
.: : as to what will be, when we get return it; sooner if necessary. The ice. The Episcopal church has taken
6:30: m.-B. Y. P. U.
I p. towards the balance of
more. confidence in ourselves as a matter was taken under advisement. steps raising
, .I meeting. the ten millions needed to complete ..
Seth at the meeting
f. v trucking section. During the past two with a surprise package. lie had 7:30: p. m.-Sermon by the pastor. St. Ajbans Cathedral, which will rank OF KISSIMMEE
forward by "A Bad Woman and a Good Man." the finest edifices devoted to ,
; ;; weeks there have gone I been charged with some taxes for 7:30 among
p. m. Wednesday. Prayer worship in all the world.
; 3450 personal property a couple of years! "A HOME INSTITUTION"NOTICE
shipments only, hampers meeting.
express The offer of the American Arts and
ago when he was a sea-farin' man on
of beans, something: over 200 of the good ship Lily and was the non Free seats and a welcome to Industrial Association to erect hereat
l ; strangers as well those who
as be.
in the no expense to the government except -
possessor personal property \
200 of late .
cucumbers and nearly long
: 'r city at the time,. he said. The commissioners that of a site, a $30,000,000 industrial -
of the Bible and for
celery and early squash. The straw investigated the matter the arts palace has been reported -

.. dwindled and{ and decided the assessment was erroneous people. favorably to the House recently --
berry shipments have and cancelled it. ETHODIST CHURCH by committee on public buildings

there are very few moving now, only A. :M. McCauley also had troublesof and grounds.The .

having been shipped I his own, which were satisfactorily Bev. W. C. Norton, Pastor. Sons of the American Revolu-
about 3600
quarts adjusted. When he had purchasedthe tion are making plans to erect a home

,.1,: during the"two week period. Cucumbers bankrupt stock with which he op- 7:00: a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer here which will compare with Continental

i start | ened his store he thought he was Meeting in Bungalow. Memorial Hall, the home of
are just getting a good { getting it freer_ from incumbrances: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. J. L. the D.I A. R. I !

: in this section, and next week will see but lately found that the taxes were Overstreet superintendent. An appropriation of $150,000, conditioned

A mixed car I i due upon it. He didn't object to paying 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas- on the Red Cross raising a
t- some heavy shipments. the taxes for the time he owned tor. like amount, for the erection of a me-

of cukes, squash beans, peppers, and the dock and fixtures, but was willing 6:30 p. rn.-Senior League devo- morial buliding commemorating the The undersigned banks will] close at 12
i :
I to forego paying them for the tional service. services of American women in the o'clock
V'' peas is expected\ roll next Monday. : time he was not the ouner. This 7:30: p. m.-Preaching by the pas- I World War is authorized in a bill noon each Thursday, commenc-

i Thereafter carloads of cucumbers will looked reasonable to all concerned tor. favorably reported! by the senate ing Thursday, April 12, 1923, until fur- -
''and he was allowed a diminution of 7:30:: p. Wednesday. Mid-week I committee on the library.
be the'rejrular order of things. And ther notice.
taxes for a period of two months anda prayer service

: again the old cry comes up, the need half. 3:30 and 7:30: p.m.-Friday. Teacher I
I Mr. Thacker didn't fare so well. trainer class. ECHOI.S FARMER GIVES TICK- BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY

:; for more acreage. Growers are be- lie was anxious to get relief from 7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir prac- ERADICATION EXPERIENCE

;. ginning to realize what this section some taxes' on his lots opposite the tice. I MERCHANTS ANI FARMERS BANK
high school which he has been allowing "The cnly way to convince a mann
: \ can and will become as a trucking I the school to use for basketball CHRISTIAN riH'RCH | a tifk-infested county that he

: center. We have this year demonstrated and which the fair committees used I I should dip his cattle," says a Georgia

;t 'l do with stiaw-' for a round up. lie was emphatic in 10-00, : a. m.-Sunday school. C. E. I,[citizen____ L',__"is, .L to show. .. him how it will
1 what we can that he had Yowell. superintendent. pay mm in me enu.
! / explaining no desire to - ---- --
f/, '. berries and the outlook for next year keep the children from playing on '11' -00: a. Communion lIoerv'es.' I The truth of this statement was I VOLL'SIA HOLDS CHEAT POULTRY -! BREWERS MAKE MONEY

: his lot, but inasmuch as the lots were ; :110 p. m.-Christian EndeavorSubiwt I brought out recently when federal SHOW j JOING DRY BUSINESS
;, is that an even greater acreage will I used for this purpose he thought it "Wise end Unwise Uses of agents were' sc>securing affidavits in - -- ---
Ii. The'Lord's Day." Leader Mrs. connection with the killing of Federal The pace in poultry raising in this A recent
: be planted. The past two week's shipments the city's responsibility and puggept'pd : G. I meetingof the shareholders .
"U ]lessoning of the taxe. The city R. Dayson. i.Inspector LO<,'kl'idge in Echols county state is being set by Voluxia county of the "St. Louis Breweries Ltd.."

.', of beans and the next two figured it was the school hoard's business fc:00: p. m.-Song Service and Pageant Georgia. according to reports coming!: from I which was held in London with Sir

':: week's output of cucumbers, should and the school board ha ;' !
": funds for that purpose and Mr. deaxor. an Echojs county farmer who was at persons having visited and observed I what unique report from the
: .. have the effect of stimulating acreage Thacker was out of luck. He suggested 7:30 p. Wednesday.. Prayer one time opposed to tick eradication what is going on in that part of the man is which he stated Romt'I I

I on truck crops as well. that the commissioners. and the meeting. Interesting and inspirational -,, but later became a staunch supporterof state. American prohibition law !la
services.. the dipping law. So important is the poultry industry
5 -XXX- school board! consider the advisabilityof disregarded and that the country is ,
Last the directors of, buying these lots, and the matter Visitors.cordially. invited !| Good Prices: for Tick-Free CattleIn there that a county-wide show is flooded with alcoholic liquors, but fur.
Friday night
rented there. the course of his depositions he being held annually. The show for ther asserted that his

the Osceola Growers met for the first Holmes Prather came before the ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev. told of a visit he had once made to a 1923: wan held February 20-22, at obeying the laws and company still was
commission i I'I near-by county that had 1>a.tona. In her official/ for making
on a not unfaqiTCar: sub- recently report money.
since of Nave
time the death A. ,
ject. Our old friends the loose cat- :M. B. Ayrea, Rector. been released from quarantine. Here that week Miss Orpha Cole, home He is reported in the Financial
and in the course of 'the meeting tle, were again the subject under con- : he saw some cattle buyers from At- demonstration agent for that county. Time' as saying: "So completely ii

r adopted resolutions which expressed sideration. Mr. Dow was not present 10.00; a. m.-Sunday School. --1 lanta who had 'just bought 43 head says: American prohibition disregarded
and it didn't sound like old times. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Prayer of cattle and paid $18 to $20 a head The shaw was a success in every that alcoholic liquors of description
:t their sense of loss to the community The city council a few months ago sermon by the rector. for them. He remarked to them that way. More' than thousand people are freely every obtainable-

In hia untimely Mr. Nave boosted the price for allowing loose 7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer, and he had a number of cattle that were attended. Over seven hundred birds throughout the length and breadth of
t } psang 'cattle jn the city increasing the sermon by the rector., in better condition and the buyer were shown, including. every variety the land. In fact, It ia .
I meant .much to the .agricultural development poundage fee in the hope that the 7:30 p. m.-Wednesday; Litany,]told him they would pay him the of chicken raised in the county besides to say that the country I la literally flooded with true ..

f t. of Oteceola ,' Ills higher tariff might cause fewer depredations Prayers. , and Address. i sameprice:: _for his cattle. The buyer turkeys, duck, geese, guineas, liquor (laughter) * e Our results
,pounty.k ; upon gardens and flower ; .\j': : ; : inquired where the cattle were and peafowls, pigeons, pheasants and ban- from brewing therefore have

'I ': example in taking the largest step beds. Hut the cattle men.whom Mr. 'cIIRlSrs CHURCH when told they were in Echo! county tams. There were. also exhibits. of ry poor indeed, but fortunately been ve
, Prather (Pentecostal) the buyers informed him baby chicks. we- 11
; represented they would
are, accordingto have other
in this immediate neighborhood toward string. to bow.
I his statement. finding just as Corner Brack and Oak Street not pay him !iO cents a head for his "Six trios were shown in the boys' .in first of all the interest our invest There

. ( tile drainage and irrigation of difficult to keep the animals under Thos. B. BockalevPa tor, cattle. and girls' club section besides an exhibit monte from accumulated funds on and
e control as they did when the price They informed him, however, that of homemade brooders and self- also rentals from
trucking land has already had its was lower, and he urged a reduction 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School. if he would build a vat and dip his feeders. The boys were required to are considerable. We properties have which

". good effect. Several growers are in the poundage fee. City Attorney 11 I ::00 a. m.-Sermon by pastor. cattle and get a permit to ship them i make those instead of the caps and installed ice plants and cold further

H making arrangements to StecJ made a suggestion that sounded 7:30:: p. m.-Inspirational Singing, they would pay him $18 to $20 a aprons the girls made. Substantial from which there has been a substan storage
prepare like a very good one, namely, that Praise, and Testimony. head. cash prizes were offered on the tial revenue. We have in
: their land in that manner duiing the the cattle men employ a man who 8:00 p. m.-Sermon by pastor. Program Under Difficulties equipment contest, as well as for the fixture department which addition a

There is should keep the cattle out of the 2:30: p. m.-Tuesdays: Women's Bi The farmer returned home built a best trio and best male. Two schol times supplied in former
; coming summer. probably pound thereby saving poundage fees ble !study. Pastor in charge. vat and dipped his cattle. The vat arships to the club short course were with beer fixtures our numerous saloonn

! .1 nothing of more importance toward uiiil, putting(' part of them into the 7:30:: p. m.-Tuesday: Bible Study was dynamited by his neighbors who awarded in poultry work. ment. That department and other equip-

the i salary of the man. No definite con- Sermon, by pastor. weren't yet convinced of the value of "In one booth demonstrations were voted its has now de.
; building of the
up prosperous liusions tick-free cattle. lie then drove conducted in a general joinery -
were reached.'CAN'T 70:! p. m.-Thursday: Weekly his egg preservation and and fixture
t Ir-. ,county which the past year has indicated. -' Player Service. cattle regularly every two weeks, candling. An educational exhibit of nice trade is being business and a very
.: : FIND' GOOD CATTLE Communion service first four miles to another vat, for he had eggs was also a feature of this booth. done and shows a
: Sunday satisfactory
It is to be that margin of
hoped a large been convinced that there Graded and profit. The re-
; IX FLORIDA COUNTIESJ. : each month. Foreign Missionary offering was no ungradedeggs were suit of all this has
? number of the growers of the county taken second Sunday each market for ticky cattle. shown in contrast. Wholesale and retail American been that the
, F. Pittman cattle for company Is able to show A
buyer a packs for
month marketing in
at evening service. the
!. will coun- after
: : Mr. Nave's charging:
example and !livestock Thomasville depreciation
company at Come ty were shown and these
All welcome. were compared taxes and
I f'y the community rejoices that his sons',, Ga., says that it is almost impossible UNIVERSITY MAN MADE CIVIL with the Cuban and Chinese 000." interest on bond, of $191-

f "- are carrying on the work where their >'to find good cattle in counties in the MANY\ RARE FOREIGN BIRDS IAN All TO WAR SECRETARYFlorida's methods of marketing. A series of Sir Charles Eve -
; father left noithern part of Florida. In January I I postern illustrated to the people the the stated also that
; off. IMPORTED DURING 1 concern had
Mr. Pittman had car-I PAST YEAR realizedconldrabp|
f an order for a i first civilian aide is a superiority of the home-produced profit
1 :i. load of etro- on the sal. of I'\Pft..I.... .. _-1"..
WEEKLY CITRUS REVIEW ticky cattle each from San- University of Florida faculty man,, over the shipped-in or stored egg. that '- -- -
ford and Palatka. The men who want- The importation of birds from Europe according to word just received from Much poultry literature subscribed retire arrangement had'b4njna eto

> The weekly citrus review by F. L. ed these cattle: stated that they woulda Australia and South America the adjutant general), Robert C. Davis for and many conference was in- The_whole some of the outstanding bonds.

. Skelly as Issued from the office of the great deal rather buy tick-free cat- for exhibition purposes especially in who states that Major B. C. Riley poultry work were held. dence of report i Is a striking evi
f: American Fruit Growers, says: I tie, but that they could not use them zoological parks and private aviaries director of the general extension the way In which even the

, .t. The volume of California orange : as they had to take them into tick- has shown unusual variety during the division of Florida has been appointed WHY owners of an English brewery have
- shipments recently has been infested territory where tick-free cattle past year. Many rare species not of- civilian aide to the secretary of QUALITY IN in prospered because of the prosperity
. I heavy. For the four days of March would be likely to die. The class ten seen in this country have been re war for the state of Florida for a SIRES IS SO IMPORTANT the United State which 1 la ad-
. 22, 23, 24 and 25, it reached a total ':of cattle wanted was fresh cows to be ceived according to the records of period of four years, and will have\ -- result of prohibition.
J;t.: of 1,104 'used for the biological of the Although the Hire and the dam contribute
. r cars. Best estimates of CalIfornia dairy purposes. survey United charge of the work of fostering the ALASKA GRAIN CROP
oranges remaining on hand as i' Mr. Pittman was unable to find States department of agriculture voluntary military training of civil- equally to the heredity of an TEST STANDS
; of March ,'them in which inspects entries animal. the influence of the srre' in a
31 are 5,000 cars navels, South Georgia and went consigned to ians. Mr. Riley has accepted the
:. 2,000 cars seedlings, ruby bloods St. down around Tallahassee to purchase importers and exhibitors and endeavors pointment since it will not interferein ap herd or flock is much greater than Alaska experienced in 1922 the

I Michaels and miscellaneous and 20- I them. lie could not find them afteran to prevent the introduction of any way with his duties as director anyone of the females because in most unfavorable season for
000 cars of valencias. California va- extended search throughout a species dangerous to agriculture. of the general extension division. practically all cases a sire is the par- production of since grain
i: i lenclas may be expected to begin a 'large section of northern Florida and Among the unusual birds received Citizens military training camps ent of a much larger number of offspring of any federal year agricultural the establishment -

;: moderate movement the last few days was compelled to give up the order. may be mentioned a number of kagus will be held at Camp Meridian Anniston !: than the dam. !experiment stations in the torrlrnrv
h. In April or the first of May. I Referring to this experience Mr. Pitt- from New Caledonia of which seven Alabama and Fort 'Barrancas Figures kept by the United States in 1898. A late spring was- followed

Oranges:; During the past week man said:: "I wish they would cleanup came in with one large shipment. Pensacola Florida again this year department of agriculture, representing by an unusual number of cloudy
t- ; the days:
. the increasing movement of Florida Florida. It would be a great thing The kagu is so rare that a few years for young men in the Fourth Corps proportion of males to females and much rain' In July and
"'. Valencias produced something of a for this country. It is what southern tfto there was no specimen in the Area who wish training. Florida on more than 8,900 farms in 46 which kept the August insteaJof

discrimination in the markets agajnst Georgia needs more than anything. United States National Museum or in young men will be allotted to these states dhow that tho male has from maturing. Heavy crop growing frost
I the scattered shipments of mid-sea- Florida is the natural outlet for our Philadelphia. There are four of these I camps and plans are now being made 18 to 30 times more influence than "tter. part of came
son oranges still arriving. The mare good cattle. Florida buyers want our birds at present living in the national to send out information and applica the female, among all classes of animals | to have August and werlt'thought

I ket for Florida oranges remains cattle. They see that we are raisin? zoological park in Washington D. C. I tion blanks to interested citizens. It in determining the character of very earliest destroyed all-but the .;
:\'.' : strong with good inquiry and no a better class of both beef and dairy In this same shipment were included Is expected that the state's quota will the offspring.These tests maturing grain Germination ,

r.; ,, prospect for immediate change of any animals in South Georgia since we 6,000 love birds the brilliant, little be materially increased over that of ratios are based on more experiment station made recently by the
Importapee. have been freed of the tick quaran- green grass parrakeets used for for- last year because of the than a million head of breeding however at Matanuska,
"*.. : Grapefruit | tine. But tune telling.' splendid stock listed with the indicate that there wil be
,' : During the past week they can not buv from us Other rare birds imported showing made by Florida department plenty of
'f..I". :' .' the market for Florida grapefruit because! tick-free cattle will not live in the same consignment werea who attended the last young men the "Better Sires-Better Stock." grain of fairly good ,
camps quality for
i ,. ,, showed little change. Good grapefruit 'I! in Florida's tick-infested pastures." Ducorps cockatoo from the Solomon Many inquiries have already summer.been The figures show that on the aver- Among the Bowing next spring.
I! continued to Islands, entering this received age farm where pure-bred sires leading varieties developed
command good country for the at only
',: : ,"i prices with only fair prices offered I I The 17 cattle of the Florida experi first time, a Bourke .l'parrakeet, a Captain corps Donoval area Yeuell.headquartersand are kept there is one bull to 18 cows; by the station, according to
\ for fruit of ment station that were entered the black I Corps I one stallion to reports to the United State depart-,
at cockatoo
ordinary Fiji
quality. There a shining parra- Area C. M. T. C. Officer, will I be in nearly 20 mare;. one ment of
i was an increase in inquiry for grapefruit Tampa fair won 32 ribbons, among keet a New Guinea bower bird and a the state early in March to make boar to 13 sows; one ram to nearly agriculture, Siberian No. 1,_
I". '. ; toward the end of the week butapparently which were five grand championships. New Guinea manucode. Less rare, limlnary plan for the pre. 30 ewe; one buck to 25 does: and a spring wheat, germinated 85 percent -'
, L'i' there is no reason to expect Professor Scott in charge says that but interesting, were 4,000 zebra campaign.The recruiting one rooster to 21 hens. These figures : hybrid barley No. 28, 87 per:-

I,, I fr any change right at present in the experiment station has practiced finches which have apparently fared show at once the economy of begin cent; hybrid barley No. '19, 51 percent -
' .e hf, the grapefruit market. what it has preached, that almost any better than the love birds that enter- ning improvement in animal breeding and a selection of Finish black,
.V.J1t t 1 -, Easter week, which end with East- Florida farmer can achieve worth ed with them. creamery at Grove City, Pennsylvania with the use of pure-bred sire*. oat, 74 percent- Romanow sprint:

i ': ,er.Sunday, always is a period of large while thing with livestock Among other unusual bird now to supervision, which I Is operated under the The history of the nation-wide wheat gave 32 percent and Kherioi '>

, (_ ., I :. ., nun; consumption in the north. The Last be seen in some of the zoological of the United State de movement for better live tock how oats 42 percent germination. 1 M. r''
4 I ha. year may have been a hard one of agriculture during the Alaskan farmers for*!
put week been '.no exception. for the garden may be noted the Cassin macaw ever that the use of pure-bred females cut their'grain
-,. There should'be some benefit through burnt his tarmer.Drou&hta may have and two Bolivian parrots a past year adopted the practice of sup quickly follow the hay .lAst It 'i. 'reported, *nf t
:. crop, or flood have plrlnaIce cream manufacturer use of. excellent .
,7 4 the effect' thE has in cleaning up drowned them he may black guan from Venezula, Philippine ready made mixture with para-bred male. More than 'one- I l found< It tock .tofeed/ i(4 ,';
; stocks on hand. However' ; may have sworn pectoral rail. 'Wow for making ice third the
the week Guinea plnUiead- of female .
) following Eacter ordinarily! i* never' to torn another furrow. But ed pigeonthe'enmpalmated. crfeam. This method _relive lUte more than live clock and "A' file of. bulletin from !the statth" <
a two-third
when of
per. God the
_i8 104 of du1JDeu. tend the springtime Morton gooae. mall manufacturer of the work and female college of agriculture and from Wa. i'
/ud ,Inftctirity in the the Ba7l'OHlla. parrot, gold ana poultry lilted-la the ', ,
{ bird and the trouble of btter-lre .
t produce flowers. .If* also patting the mllk ream and cam' Ingtfn 1* worthmore'otmeht; t mfv
tnde'ao lory
that green and the
Im ,
treat arc themtelve *
emr end I'rineeal..Aleun--
new hop and thr,. ingredient, pun-bred This bUll *
new courage to together, In eu than )
dra ant..Ou..lltI.r
1' provement in.:market pan-afreet. proper promise : i
condition hardJy lunch :
bla noblMt crafteman .. .oftha I -" tr'-t'e : proportion,; and lepro1n more rapid'. 'Improve. 4y-ne'- '
! "
anticipated tl. very popu. *ucce fuI fa.rin.r.The'C
may oSLQ ment in the
: . immediately. eetecL, ,, l. :k' lar. The.. ""mix'!?' &ualltl';ot the <
: : country wflf-
; .. \ 8ubMrflMfor ; ,ready for .fre s. Iegsof'gyft' Oe.lBerill, : '
TnVVaDey live '
than .
.[j ..', ,- ,1, .. .. ; J ,, ;I ) qa ,tag when received ,. -,1f- pure-bred sire )
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........ .. ...,.. ........ STATE CITRUS CROP' FOR' BALK-Or' Rentj A nice 1.1'_
4 "x 4 oettar. with. IlKht. water' and bath : : '. ':' ..
LOCAL, WEATHER REPORT -NEABLY-35,000 CARS oa=ay payments or will rent to- a of! ; 4 ,II
: : mall Tamil y. See the owner J. J. : 1 1
Richards, 401 vine Street. IT-tfc :
PE .. Official Bulletin of dally ismperatur Florida Citrus Bxchaage Reports '
0 and precipitations; furnished Ttte> Total 8 ....*ta To April I' WANTED. I ,
0 by: the Kissimmee Cooperative First..At.84,742 Carloads
U. Weather WANTKO--To hire wheel chair. "M.
S. Bureau
OU cloth, 40c-:atMc CAULEVS._ 0 Station for' the week fDdiDc.; Shipments Florida citrus, fruits, W.:' Qasette. !TltxIP

Paul X. Wteaveroof Jacksonville, 0 Thursday. ,, .April 6: up to April 1, totaled 34,472 carloads, YOU do'any kind of farming In
|was visiting old friends' and relatives O according to reports compiled by the Florida you, should read The Farmer .
Florida Citrus Exchange Orange and Stockman which deal with clt-
t la KUslmmoc' last Saturday. 0 .Data Jiax.Ktn..Prep.'* \
rue and truck farmlnr live stock Gall re
totalled carloads.. 'Phone
04 Friday,. Mar. 3018.63 ..00 shipments 20,892 poultry and dairying.Bend for free
Byron' Ames and Walter Bass played 0 Saturday, Mar 81..73 64 .00 0 while grapefruit shipmentstotalled 'ample copy or, 2( cent) for three
[ with the Pythian Band at Orlando Sunday, Apr 1..7 69 ..OOAO 13,680 carloads During the last month Yearly subscription ".00; ':
[Wednesday night at the water carnival Monday, Apr 2..68 68 .11 0 week of March, shipments totalled 1086 ,- three month.year Address. .1'10. The Published Farmer twloea and )

Tuesday Apr 8.80 82 .00 0 carloads; or' 620 cars of grapefruit Stockman, No. 10 Newnan Street ,
Wednesday Apr 4.88 63 ,.00 and bib cars of oranges. -Jacksonville. Florida. U-tfc \
Furnished Flat for rent. W. B.Uani. 0 Thursday, Apr 6.90 67 .00 0 According to latest ,estimates obtained -
.. Gazette office. 14URUbe O l Readings are made at 6:00 p.,* by the Exchange 76. percent MISCELLANEOUS. ,
of the California navel crop has been 4 J'
m. for the preceding twenty-four *
I Lament says that R. R.: YOUR BIO OPPORTUNITY the
marketed. Navels still to be shippedwill
hours. + original J. H. Watkins Line; best for !
f Johnson and his bride took a wedding
ALLISON T..FRENCH. run heavily 126s and larger. over Bfty years. known everywhere.
I trip to Narcootaee Wednesday to via .
Application state charter haseeivmade Kvery product a seller and repeater.
[it him, Co-operative Observer..* Territory open now In Kinntmmee .
. ..... .. ......... > by tho.Avon Canning for a live hu.tler. Be flr t. Write ii .
I John Holden left Tuesday for his >. of Avon Park which has been today for tree samples and particu .j'
irganieed: to hearts lar. J. R. Watkins Cu., Dept 87.
I I home spending at the Mount winter Ayr at the Iowa Franklin, after Fulwood Bats and family of Tampa for citrus interests inf Highlands ._Memphis, Tenne *e.. ,.lta I,

[hose. ; were in town over Sunday, visiting county.. The new company-Is to be Il" YOU do any kind of farming In
John L. Overstreet and family.Mr. capitalized at $150,000. The plant iso Florida you should rend The Farmer :hfl
I New silk and voiles Just arrived atMCCAULEY'S be l looaled in the old'B&cklng houseof and Stockman which deals with clt-
and Mrt. W. J. Bloodgood: of the Pittsburgh-Florida Association rUB and truck farming: live stock
STORE. Missouri weeks poultry and dairying, Send for free
are spending some
resent plans call for a cannery withan ample copy or 25 cent for three
I Rev. J. X. Sutton has announcedthe with their aunt, Mrs F. J. Van Duzer. annual normal output of 60,000 month. Yearly $..00;

[ subject for his Sunday night'seernnon The best investment you can make cases. The canned product will be three month year: Address$2.00. The Published Farmer. twicea and I IThe

t as "A Bad Woman and. a I. a New York Life Policy. Better marketed by the Florida Citrus Exchange Stockman No. 10 Newnan Street .

[Good Man." than a savings account See Sam name. Active under) operations. its, Sealdheart arc expectedto trade Jacksonville. Florida. 11-tfc "So the People May Know"

I Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bowen left Sat.; Lupfer. 14-tfc start next season. NOTICK OF SIII RIRF'a" SA1.K.

I bras for their home at Orchard Ne. Roscoe Roberson is in Macon Georgia In Circuit '
I Court for the SeventeenthJudicial
after spending"- winter in AT ST. JOHN'SSaint
I where he expects to remain; several I EASTER / Circuit of the State of Florida Valley Gaiette's desire is to
Kiaaimmee.f .
months, attending school in John's Episcopal church observed In and for, plaintiff.Oaceola va.County.Oaceola CharlesAnderson Cattle print all the news all the tine but 11-

f Shaves. 16c; haircut 36c; children pharmacy. Easter Sunday with Choral Company a Florida Corporation and unless items are sent la by plisse,
[ 25c' at casino Barber Shop. 18-tf Eucharist at the morning service. Arthur M. nonegran. defendants: To card or letter we cannot hope to gee .
; Mrs. Claire H. of Arthur Jo;.
Coryell, corner The celebrant and the Donexan and nil whom It It alL If you know of Item of i
preacher was may concern: Notion la I hereby given any
Lake L and Aderhold streets left Mon-
Professor D. B. Shaver drove to news The Valley Gazette I be very
Rev. James Slidcll, of Winter Park that under and by vlruto of a certain
[ Gainesville yesterday to attend the day for Chicago, to spend the sum- assisted by the rector, the Rev M. B. Final Judgment recovered In the above. glad to print it. .
conference of school principals at the mer with friends : cave by the said plaintiff against the '
Ayres. raid defendant, entered" on the. 14th Club Society Lodge' Church or
state university. Miss Elizabeth Bickerdike, who was Special Easter music was renderedby day of November A. I). 1917 In the School notes; people going 'away or
the choir, composed of Mrs. R. M. sum of ,'81.11. a* shown In Final.Jud..mcnt
'Indiana visiting called to Chicago several wet'ks'.go coming back] marriages. deaths or
[ A. W. Gustus, was Docket No. 1, page 119. andunder
old friends here last Saturdayand because of her siater's serious illness, Angas, director; Mrs. S. H. Bullock, and by vlrut. of thePrit of birth., Items concerniag visitors, .
for )as returned to Kissimmee and is organist; Mrs. W. J. Sears, Mrs John Kxecutlon: Issued on said judgment building operations, real ut.teI..,
Sunday, leaving Monday a laving several repairs put on her Pugh, Mrs. Arthur Cooper, MlaselJ'arR'.ret dated the 1st day of September A. 1>. neighbors snoring. In or going ont, and
visit to the east coast.
1920.: the undersigned Sheriff of O-
Stanford Makinson
Main street property.Mrs. Patsy andMessrs. ceola County, Florida bas heretofore in fact anything that will make. The -
If your silk hose do- not wear long Violet Bullock, Mamie Pilley levied upon and will, on the Rule Day Valley Gazette more interesting to its
enough, try Holeproof, at'McCauley's. Allen who has been spending :. U. J. Burrows, Basil Hamilton In May. A. D. u!>23, same being the 7th readers. .
day of May, A. l n. 1921, between the .
. the winter in the Lamer] home on. W. G. Hankins. These were
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. SiVton, with Church street, left for her ChntU-noo- assisted by the Sunday school choir, legal hour House of door nalo.In Kisslmmec.In front of Oscroln theCourt The Valley Gazette's motto is: "So )' ,

about) twenty young people of the ga, Tennessee, home Wednesday.Mrs. consisting, : of Inez and Jane Pugh, County. Florida offer for sale and the People May Know. and to that .
First Baptist church, attended a B. Lander Mrs. Kate West' und Dorothy Bullock Mary Melissa sell to the highest .and best bidder for end we ask your co-operation. ,

Y. P. U. rally at Orlando last night Mrs. Allen, are sisters. Hanking, Mary SteTeef Foster Hank- each 10:. Iouegnn the interest In the of following the said deiicrlbedproperty Arthur
ins, George Lee Singcltary, and located In Osceola t
County boost Kissimmee"
Albert Bearden, who holds a responsible lion. Joe and Mrs. Sears ?eft Mon Clayton Yates. Mrs. S. H. Bullock Florida. \'Ix: 'Help us
position with the Southern I day by automobile for Gai.MOsviJ rendered two beautiful violin solos, loOt 24 of Cape Hrree Addition to +
Utilities Company, at Sanford, came Mrs. Sears is visiting Joe junior, at "March of the Priests," by Mendelssohn Florida KlHHimniL-e City, Oscvola, Count,

home last Saturday /or a brief visit I the university while the congressman and the "Ave Maria" from Also: The H% of the SH of the
with relatives.Eat I went to Saint Augustine to performat Cavalleria RuKtirana. Mm. Arthur N\\'. of the HW 4 of Section 14.
1 the Ponce de Leon celebration, und Cocper for an offertory "LeadOn Township 25. H. n. 29 E.
at DuPont's Cafe. You'll And to Jacksonville business. Also: The N\VU o f the syor
on They expect -
O Eternal Eduardo
King by Section 21. Township 26: S. It. :29 I K.
us "In the Heart of Kiasimmee. to return Sunday night. Mario. Also: Tho DH: of the N\V i of
15-3tx -- At the evening service Miss Section: 27, Township 28 8. R 31 Jo:.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Frszure and Patat'Makinson Also: The NWVi of the NEVi of
Theodore Hart, who played baseball son, John Fr azure, arrived Wednes- Rang "Redeeming Love, Section. 8, Township 25. 8. R. 29 to:.
and the choir Rang special Easter Also: The SWVi of the N" '4 ofSection
with the Kissimmee team last year, day afternoon by auto from Miami,
hymns.: 13 Township 25, H. R. 29 Jo:. .
was in KUsfmmee Thursday comingup for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Saint John's decorated Also: Lot fi6 and '7 of Plnrdale.
from Fort Meade to visit his aunt, W. B. Harris. They left today for was beautifully being a sulidlvlxlon of Hei-tiun 29.
Mrs. D. W. Alderman.Roscoe New Orleans, accompanied bji Mrs. by a committee from the gu Id. TowtiHhlp :2+1 S. H. 29! to:.
: Palms, ferns, Easter lilies and other All of the ...bodf""crlh..d property y .
where will attend the
Harris they white flowers used in being situate In Om-eula Count). I'lor-
were profusion,
McLean, of Cocoa paused '
Confederate Veterans' reunion. liln.
through Kissimmee yesterday. Old I producing an artistic green and white This the 6th day of April. A. n 19:13.r : First-Class Job Work Our f fI
residents will no doubt remember his' Pat Johnst', attorney: for the ensemble. The congregation Sunday It. FARM;H.
father, the late Reed McLean who board of county commi""iomr and Is said to have been the largest in its As Sheriff of Osceola County, Florida.17-61 I "

lived here in the 90s' A. F. Bass, commissioner, !left Mon- history
day for the annual state meeting of! On Good Friday the impressive .
Your new straw hat and Palm county commissioners. Through the Episcopal Good Friday service was .' j
Beach suit is here, at McCauley'a. efforts of, Mr. Johnston the next meetIng held at 10:30 in the morning. The 1 ,
to be held some time daring the Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D., Bishop '
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCool. Jr..
summer of next year will convene in of South Florida, conducted the
are planning to leave their winter service, .assisted by the rector. At
home on Emmett street next Wednesday Mr., and Mrs. H. C. Cole, who have the conclusion cf the service the Bishop .
,*for their summer residence at been spending.a few months in Kis ,administered the rite of Confirmation
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. simmee living at the H. C. Stanford 'to a class of seven; consisting of Detective

of some of the devotees residence, left Monday night for their Mary Melissa Hankins, Mary Steffee, Agency
Upon request home In Newton, New Jersey This Dorothy Bullock Arthur Bullock,
of dominoes in the game roomon (genial couple have made many friendsin' George Lee Singeltary, James Gar
Darlington avenue the city commissioners Kissimmee who will be glad to land Hanktns, and William Foster .'
have decided to finance the

club room for another month. are welcome coming them back back all next right war.The, both 01>'' Hankins. DETECTIVE WQRK IN ALL ITSIBRANCHES' r i

them being much impressed and
New York Life Insurance Co. Sam very
L Lupfer, local representative. Utfc pleased with Kissimmee. Judge Krihhs suggestn that perhaps "
some of the high school pupils .
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Billings, of Tarpon Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Caller] entertained will try their abilities in translationof "

Springs, and Mrs. Mary Trexler, a number of their friends, the following:

of Baltimore, with her little son, among whom were several winter "I Sabilla haeres ago. E. D. Vestel, for the past several years Chief of Police of Orlando, ,
pent Sunday In. Kissimmee visiting tourists, at dinner at their home on Fortibus es in aro. I

Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Burrows.Mr. Bermuda avenue, last Saturday. Hev- Nonce marl thebe trux, has opened a Detective Agency in Orlando, and his operations will cover the
en different states were represented, Votis inem -pes an dux."
and Mrs. Harry Meetch left those present being: Mlas Emma middle part of Florida.
Monday, in their car, for their home Bnches of Saint Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. .
Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. dunn, Mrs.
expect near reach New Pennsylvania.Bloomfield, They Mrs Parish of Formosa, Mr. and Mrs. A representative of the Agency will be ir. the City of Kissimmee ex- \}{

Meetch's old home tomorrow. and Charles Charles Rcthrock P. Whitford.and son, Kenneth, 1 'rdverti plaining to the business houses the protection that Vestel's Detective Agency :;

Ask for information on the New has to offer them. .j.j
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- .

fer.Mr. and Mrs._W. S. Potter, of Hobe There of the will club be Tuesday an important at 3:30 p.meeting m.-, Both Criminal and Civil work is handled by the Agency, they also look ,:

Sound, have been spending this weekin April 10, at Mrs. G. W. Best's home after winter homes while the owners are-away. The charges for services of ';
Kissimmee, guests at the Gray- on Verona street. All members please
stone. Mr. Potter la here looking after attend. By Order of Committee. FOR SALE this Agency are reasonable and all who have detective work of any kind or t
his property at Edgewater
grove SHRINE BAND CONCERT Port BALKOrudo Aberdeen Angus investigations of any nature to be made and desire the work done in an intelligent ,
Mr. and Mrs George Taylor James SUNDAY AT HAINES CITY bull nice individual. Grade Tunis
Dietz and Miss Theresa DIetz, of rum; several much OOWB. F. A.. reliable and efficient manner, are invited to communicate with theAgency.s
I Struup: Fish Luke Ranch Ktsslmmer.r.4tc
Jacksonville, spent a few days in The Gazette is informed by Isaac '"
Kissimmee the early part of the week Van Horn that the Egypt Temple offices, and one'of their representatives will call on you. r..

visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs Shrine Band of Tampa Is to give a FOH RtoNT-\t Melbourne Bench, \

A. A. Diet, of Pinedale.. April concert 8, at at Haines 3 p. m., and City that on Sunday Klsalm-, ocean mauler fflUHSfd-ln front bedroom po..h.lvlnl'furnished: large screened cottage room.and 2.3 The Superintendent of the Agency, Mr. E. D. Vestel, has had eighteen t

The the leading world-life New insurance York Life.companyof See mee attend.people are cordially invited, to baths. well servants furnished room apartment.and ,Karaite.Alno 4. years experience in Police and detective work and has handled some very 4., l

BanLupfer"agent. 14-tfc WOODYARD__MOVEDI room people, who with desire. garage ta .to.....d rmpoimlblo the summer baffling as well as important cases both Civil and Criminal in Florida. He .
at the bench from May 11to
R. A. Perry, formerly of Kissim October 15. T. O. Conner. Mfl- is well and favorably known not only in Florida, but throughout the South. ;j
mee, but now with the New York Life have moved my woodyard from bourns teach Florida. 17-Ilx .
Insurance Company, at Eustis, has 516 Bi ack street, to 121 Main street, FOR SAI.K' Aftritctlve nlx-ruuni and Mr. Vestel is a member of a number of Secret.Orders, among them being ;.

been in Kissimmee for three days on where iL am still prepared to furnishmy bath bungalow on the lake Hide and The Benevolent and Order of Elks The O. W. The P. O. S. of '
customers Protective W.
business, and in conference with Sam with 120 veneer blocks fronting" Tampa-Jacksonvlllo lilurh- ,j

Lupfer, local agent for the same company blocks 15-inch, $2.95.delivered Split for for$3.16 stove-wood; 12-inch way mont In HelKtit nice residence HarKaln nuctlon lit 'SHOO Cler-;; A., The Jr. Order of American Mechanics, and The Odd Fellows. He is a ,
K"''d tc-rrrm. Uox 168. Clermnnt Florida.
guaranteed full strand; 15-lneh for 17-1U- leader in The American also The and Mr. '
Some of the tourists who have stopped $3.3112inch\ for $3.15. Get your Legion, Forty Eight. Vestel. was ;iJ

at the Newby Inn this week are: winter's supply now. All delivered. FOR 8AI-K-Fine, Porto nico sweet. po in The Government Service for several and served Over Seas duringthe ,'1,<1\\
R. Hubbard of Milwaukee and Kis- Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12-tf 600.tato plant Joe Redlger fl.60 per 1108 1000; Mabbette$1.00/ for years

aimmee Park; John Dudley, Charleston Street. Klnnlmmee.. 1S-41X World War. Fe received a number of letters of commendation from .:;
Illinois Paul W. Grafton, Baltimore
; Mr. and; Mrs. II. D. Tasker and LARRY McCUTCHEON DIES FOR$>()6.HAI' >!:fJ". A.Ten Htrout acre farm Farm with Agency house, General Officers of the Army while serving in France, and is now a Majorin ''

son, Syracuse, New York) and L Poitofflco '1\\
bulldlnar. x
The Reserve U. S. A.
Houston Virginia. Funeral services were conducted at Corps, ,
Rose Hill cemetery Monday morningby FOR 8AIE. For pent I"urnl.htHI y ..
Star Brand Shoes are solid leather:, Rev. J. A. Sutton, for the infant Room.e'bd oT erefateCa( -, .10oenU ,.
oface.41.1f Practically all the business houses in Orlando are becoming members f
and well put together. That's why son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCutcheon -

they last longer than other shoes .t who died Sunday afternoon at of Vestel's Detective and it is believed hundreds of friends of
the same price. Ask: McCauley. the home of his parents, east of Waft, FOR SALE- neo residence' Valley: ,
the of The '
resigned his at the age of one year and nine Apply Kl..lmme,* Mr. Vestel that Vestel's Detective Agency will be a--big factor in Detective I h
Johnnie Schmidt months. Arrangements were in vjI.
- position with Katz Brothers at Avon charge of .J. W. Thompson. SECOND HAND GOODS bought Hold work in Central Florida, both Civil and Criminal.. All work is handled by I
The 44-tf *
Park and has returned to his former and repaired. Cadno. .

position with the J.Z. ',Roberson lee SIBBERT VICKERS FOR BALK- 00 acre Rood pastureland experienced and reliable operatives, and in a confidential manner.
Company. Everybody is. glad LOSES LITTLE SON hear 8t- Cloud For quick sale .
him back and lots of folks are wolf '8.00pe r acre. WrIt. S. D William. -
during what he'll do when, the )baseball John W. Vickers,four-year-old; son \Vauohula Florida. 1-tf
of Mr. and Mrs. Sibbert Vickers,died
garner begin. -, ,. at the ''home of his FOR' aAI..IO-.Exc.Ueot. orange ffrove, ,' : '
Monday parents. at _erldoe < price) term. '
'w: (H.'jTuniUcliffe, .of..Saint bond at Aderhold 'and ,Bass streets.-?; ,Fun- ''Come let' u* .howyou -and''Introduce t ,* ;The offices gf'the'Agencyare, located at No... 126. South Orange.Avenue, '
and SaDford..r.wu.a; visitor, one M eral seyvicesowereheld .Tuesday.aft-! :yen to the own.rr.fBee$ at rear -* : \ ;,y. r'

last week,' fn KIssimiaea.. He. and ernoon F.therW.. .,,th. .family B.: Golden' beaie.Jfcy,' and" th the* MOUKRN'', one for IIIX*elUnr.ft,nOOK. ':".Aoua.hielose" ;:*II\-\., :Orlando, Florida.. ,i;>; : :I gt IifPhoineNo.99O.\ ;: ;: ;. "'" ,, a" r.
MT& dowel fromSasfordto4vote'.katM. Rev. cheap.-- : ;
tmnlcllffe Very -
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; accompanied by"the 'TWO ''!: 'bargain: .. _' ." ...... .. 1, > w *
Saint'pon4eleetlone body wu: parenti '* I
; and' as is' his'custom" attended -> ?of."ttw; boy to wniacwoche, SJlVJIIRA1-fJMALL. favorable terme. truck. ---farme.- "el' 'eU >. v* "b'I- I- .. .. .
.' Georgia baWirDeenI\ prepared' for ,-- lYr
to a little business in KUsira 1"1.t..ont easy njaymenta.r

mes.nd.greet.d; ,.,)ii. ..friend*;:. ,./ 'j,? 1';.. .m.t,... ,, iTb.. . ::' -"";, .''r.J ''..'I.I", t'--i.'j11ELOi'17REA. ,.. b4--w c.arANTt" '. 4 .
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NOTESThe Collins six were'absent) o nl oq"s '
day: CoIIiiuv,Lillian' sh.
SCHOOL GAZETTE Leona Lamb Elmen-Winn,Jack %
Ii FIlCH school at Campbell closed withan and Delia. Long. "
R : I entertainment Thursday evening, l )\
ti including ice cream and candy: and a For three or.four yean the value of" ,

L APRIL 1923 NUMBER 12 picnic Friday on the banks of Lake farm livestock has steadily. d.el.....
;t w VOLUME 1 Tohopekaliga. A splendid dinner Experts say it, has about reached the '
,,w .AMt- -- was -prepared and the sawdust pile lowest point of the swing from the'

Editor ___-------------Fwd Lupfer SENIOU-SOPHOMORE PARTY MUSIC NOTES and the lake furnished the amusements to low and back to high again The
f'C Editor..AlberU Bronson AH had a good time. man who invests in Florida livestock
Assistant Friday night, at 8:00 o'clock the The first Senior recital of the Music Four pupils were present every in the next year or' two, if he glues

;: Seniors and Sophomores appeared at Department of Osceola High Schoolwas day of the year: Theron Adams Mil- it proper. attention, should make, ,moll .
,. Reporters the school house, representthe very successfully given last ,dred Adams Elsie Howard, and Cecil, ey.

( Twelfth Grade._,Wlnnlfred Denning character of some book. No one Tuesday evening by Margaret Bran -- -- -
would have recognized our dignified
Mae E. Wlnn
I' son 23. assisted by
Eleventh Grade_.__Katherine Miller teachers if they had caught a glimpse '24,, Lilian Prentis-Cowger, '24, and O .0000040tO OOOOOOO.O'.O..O..tO.t. ,
Tenth GradeMary Louise Snodgrass. of them that night Miss WVckoff Edith Clare Miller '20. The audiencewas I

Ninth Grade_________Athalia Griffin was'd"Rse-d to" represent "The Woman very enthusiastic and appreciative -
l ___Ethel Owen in White; Miss Shockley "Alicein and enjoyed the following pro-
; Music Department____ Wonderland;" Mrs. Makinson frezfeChestCbldsin I
'" "Tut-ankh-amen's Wife;" Mr. Cason gram
I',, MEET "The Man on ,the Box;" and last but Overture Mid- ummer Night's short order

INTER-CLASS not least, Mr. Shaver was dressed to Dream______ by Felix MendelssohnThis Whenever you feet that

Last Thursday the entire school lepresent "Oliver Twist"Everyone quartette opened with four tightening in the chest that fresh stockof
1 was dismissed at 3:00: o'clock, so that joined in a number cords transporting one to Fairyland. deep-seated irritation thatis A
and all of the good old-fashioned frames "Slide the fairies
I, all of the athletes, Then came the scene of ,
could Sally Slide; "Spin the Bottle until the sure forerunner a
'r spectators who wanted to do so, dancing and frolicking; followed by
C I go to the fair grounds to attend the about ten o'clock. At ten o'clock the Duke's Theme. Next was the chest cold- of that high quality
inter-class track meet. About 3:45 the refreshments were served cake scene of the Workmen where you Apply Sloan's tochest and
1 the "work" began with the boys' shot and vanilla and banana-nut ice cream and could hear even the carpenters' ham- neck. It breaks up the"con-
put. Those" placing in this event were: covered with whipped cream, mering. Then the children enjoyed gestion: and brings instant
cherries. While
G. Bullock, first place, 36 ft. 7 in.; topped with every- hearing the braying of the donkey. I
Graham, second; Campbell, thirdand one was busily employed in eating This was followed by a love song. uelief.: The penetratingwarmth
Chapman, fourth. Immediately following the judges-Miss Margaret Brunson, You were transported again to the of the liniment restores -
j' the shot Mrs. .Makinson, and Mr. Cason- heard normal circulation
this was girls' put. fairy scene and lastly were is the '
\ There were only three contestants in awarded a prize to "Miss MirandaSawyer" the four chords with which it opened. 'and reduces inflammation.Don't .
Eunice Rivers for the .best
1 1 this event, so of course they each ( ) This quartette was played by Margaret let chest cold BestCheap
carried off an honor: K. McMay, first costume. Brunsoji and Edith C. Miller your and r4;
place 23 ft. 6 in.; W. Denning second After several games the guests piano I, and Lillian P. Cowger and develop. Wherever con.vellion
third. Then heartily expressed their thanks for causes pain-use Sloan'LYour
; and J. Squires came Mae E. Winn. piano II. eatFood.
the boys' discus throw the first the enjoyable evening gave fifteen Miss Brunson's first number was', druggist has It .
Graham at 80 ft. rahs for the Sophomores, and depart. Sloan Iiniment-7frMi/i/
place being won by Andante from Sonata No.2. Op. 14by
3 in.; second place by Chapman; third ed to their respective homes. L. Beethoven. For rheumatism,b"I-.tnoiDI.Cbeit colds will be found at good grocery stores this

bv G. Bullock: and fourth by Camp- Then she gave a bright and startling -
HENRY W. GRAnt DEBATING week. It can't be excelled for biscuits e
u.In the second event for girls selection requiring much agility?
the discus throw K. McKay again CLUB SAYS THE STATE: and
I of the fingers. Danse Negre, by; pastries
held first place with a throw of 40 I The Henry W. Grady Debating Cyril Scott, a most famous English MARKETING:> BLIREAtl'Experiments

ft. 10 in.; second and third places Club hold its regular meeting in the i composer of today.; have shown that the BUSH MILLING:> CO. Seymour Ind. ;
Barber and J.
were held by 11. ninth grade room last Friday. The Then followed a number by the
Squires; while the fourth place was Hubject for debate was Resolved: I Senior-Junior chorus, consisting of: use of acid phosphate does not pro- oeoao>O+Co O 0+40.0 0 0 0 00 U 00,0.0, UOO 000000 00 00 0 00000 00000 It ,-
tied by E. Rivers and K. Moseley. In That U. S. should have immi sixteen pupils, directed by Miss Ada duce acid soils contrary to the opin-
the baseball\ throw for girls, H, Bar- gration. Affirmative: Jack open Simpson, Wagner This number, the favorite ion of many.-Agri. News Service
ber carried off first honors by a serenade by M. Moszkowski, was so :
Lewis O'Bryan; negative: Lewis In the number of telephones in use,
throw of 91 ft. Others who placedin beautifully rendered that the audience -
Campbell Fred Lupfer. the United States has more than all
this event were: K. Moseley, W. This was one of the best debates demanded an encore. countries of the world, having 64 per .
Denning, and L. M. Matheiley. By Then Miss Bronson played boat Orlando Mattress FactoryWE
that we have had this year as the cent of the total of 16,000,000. Germany -
this time Coach Cason "
subject was very good and J was argued song, "Gondoliera by M. Moszkow- conies second Great Britain
we had us'd.our, arms enough so we
by our best debaters. Both third Canada Fourth nnd Fiance
arranged for the boys' high jump to I[brought out many good points, and was followed bv Valse Chro- fifth.
come next. Again G. Bullock\ starred bv B. Godard. and
matique, played
backed them with good But --
and won let place by an easy jumpof the rebuttals, both negative and affirmative ,,verv artistically by Mae E. Winn. Chevon, the new name for !goat COTTON, HAIR AND FELT MATTRESSES
5 ft. 1 in.-at least it looked easy The closed with impromptuB
has been
were especially good. The program meat recognized officially
the way he did it. Second place at judges decided in favor of the affir- Flat, by Fr. Schubert. This numb by the United States Department of BOX SPRINGS, ETC.
4 ft. 10 in. was held by Chapman, mative.. After hearing this debate er was ,greatly enjoyed by all. Agriculture. The new name will be
Graham and Ledbetter while :3rd!
; -------
\\e believe that our debating club will used in all department publications
place diger. at In 4 ft.the 7 girls'in., was standing won by broad Re- be mentioned in the future us the FRENCH PARTY where.the name "goat meat" was usedbefore. Phone 804 500 \V. South Street
place wheie certain oratorsgot
jump V. Floyd won 1st place at jf ill; K. ..lo-cley, 2nd i-lace, (> ft., 1 Visitors are cordially welcomed to delightful time at Mrs. Makinson's A story has l been going the rounds ,,
)n.; W. Denning. 3rd place 5 ft. 6 attend our meetings we meet last Friday night. The conversation that a shortage of sugar was near
j. in.; E. W. Moseley. 4th place 5 ft. other Friday afternoon; in the every ninth was tarried on almost entirely in This is said to be a speculative
r 6 in. All of the \luck (or perhaps grade(| room at 3 o'clock and always FI'ench. but since the speakers were scheme with the result that prices
skill) in the dashes for girls was with ,have good only first ;year "Frenchmen," their have advanced. It is an old game,
four girls: V. Floyd, K. Moseley, H. programs. French was not the French spoken in but usually pulled) off about the time
Barber, and E. W. Moseley. V. Floyd LITERARY SOCIETY NOTES "Old Paree." the housewives! begin to preserve
,a won 1st place three times in succession Those present were Mr. and Mrs fruits.

running 30 ;yds in 5 seconds; The Lanier Literary Society met .Inkinson, Janet ,Graves, Margaret
I' 50 ydi in 7 seconds and 75 yds in 10 again last Friday afternoon. The Sigler Vena Snodgraas, Madge Rivers Pedestrians keep to the left. When
seconds. program was as follows: Mae Winn, Delia Ledbetter, the traffic laws require that motor
The principal champions in the Song-Nellie Woodall and Jeanette Katherine :Miller, Robert Buckets, driven and horse drawn vehicles keepto LAWN MOWERS

" boys' races were G. Bullock, Graham, Griffin, accompanied by Johnnie Emerson Squires, Clyde Harris, Hamilton the right on public highway,
Chapman, Ledbetter and Rediger. G. Bronson.! Brown. pedestrians should always walk on
s. 1 Bullock won 1st place in the 100 yd. Debate-Resolved: That the pen is The menu consisted of sandwiches, the left side of the road. In this way

dash making the run in 10V4 seconds. mightier than the sword. poulet, salad fruit, ...aaumieres oliv- the pedestrian will always !lace the I
By this time he seemed to have a Affirmative: Eleanor Rosen Kath- IeI'll. the frappe, crem glace gateau. vehicles which travel on his side of
habit of running so he came out erine Moseley Kimbrough Oliver; bon bon, moix. the road. Safety first and all the f
ahead in the 220 yd dash in 26 sec negative: Mary Louise Snodgrass time. ,
ill onds.. But in the 440 yd. dash he be- Eleanor Overstreet, Lucille Griffin. Student' Prayer MORE RAIN-MORE GRASS GROWS
gan to feel sorry for the poor junIors The judges Elizabeth Carter, Eunice Now I sit me in class to sleep, Senator Fletcher has taken up with
who were trying so hard to win, Rivers, and Katheryn McKay, I pray my chum my notes will keep. Secretary Wallace of the United .. ; ,
so he rested during this, while Squires decided in favor of the affirmative. If I should snore before I wake States Department of Agriculture the ,.,...
took first place making: the run in 65 Vocal' sclo--Madge Rivers accompanied !- Poke me in the ribs for goodness sake. question of the government Investi- .
ii 7' seconds. by Mae Winn. Amen gating the growing of,rubber trees in Keep it down with an Eclipse Mower, 14-inch, 16-
Florida. Any one who may have

,- --r- knowledge of this subject should inch, and 18, inches wide, with 10-inch: wheels. Lever
'" PA'STURE" OO'iN '. write to Senator Fletcher. The ,United ,W'"
, .f I Florida Development GRASS FOR WASTE LANDS SHOOTING WOODPECKERS TO States is the largest user of rub- adjustments for Cutter Bar, which does away with
: Board Notes CONSERVE:> FLORIDA'S ber in the world and all of the crude

", 0 --co "If! nature's hint is taken by Flor- FORESTS! products is imported. all troublesome set-screws and bolts; self-adjusting

United States Senator Coleman T. ida's stockmen, they will have good! Eggs in the big: markets are judged These
du Pont of Delaware recently stated pastuies on much of the flatwoods of A man who was enthusiastically interested by weight as well as uniformity in bearing; self-sharpening. special features

" ";" in an interview that he, with other the state within a few years, pastures! in forest conservation t topped size, color and shape. Extras, which
wealthv capitalists will invest mil- which would equal if not excel! the once in the middle of a speechon command top prices, should weigh over have been fully tested out during its 17 years of

lions of dollars in developing the cat famous bluegrass pastures of Ken that subject.' Shaking an accusing : twenty-four ounces, but above
tie industry in Florida as soon as the tucky and Tennessee. finger at his hearers, he shouted, twenty ounces, are rated as firsts, and success, and no purchaser will) ever be disappointedin
'r' cattle fever ticks are eradicated and "Have you ever noticed abandonedmill "I venture to say there is not a man do not command such high prices as .,
a stock law enacted, but they will yards completely sod-covered? in this audience who has ever lifted a extras. Seconds run under twenty it.
not put any money into the cattle I Or lanes, roadsides and railroad embankments hand to prevent the destruction of ,ounces but above "eighteen. Those
business in this state under present through the fatwoods: areas our forests. If there is an exception that run between fifteen and eighteen
5 tick infestation conditions and open of the state similarly gnus-cov; let him stand up." ounces are classified as pullet eggs.
", range as neither is conducive to developing creel? The grass found thriving in A thin, earnest-looking man stood "LET
an improved cattle industry. such places is Carpet graai. No, nature up. He carefully laid a' paper on his The growth of the parcel post has US DEMONSTRATE"MAKINSON'S
planted it there. Why does it do chair and nervously fingered a corn- worked a great hardship on the rural

. c' The need for production of more so well there? Because its requirements cob pipe. Looking directly at the routes, and it is fast becoming a prob,
timber has recently been given attention for growth are met. speaker and with a slight trembling lem. It is a service of great convenience -I
1,0, by leaden in agriculture and "What are these requirements? in his voice he said, "I've shot woodpeckers country people but its growthis
: industry and the hearing by the reforestation Warm weather moist soil, sunlight, and I think that ought to causing/ delay in the delivery of the
'b u' committee of the senate. constant grazing and trampling, and help some." mail. The original purpose of the
:X held in Jacksonville on March 20. freedom from fire. And to hear specialists and officialson parcel post was to bring the farm and
i brought together representatives of a "The old cow is the greatest grass this subject one is inclined to believe city closer in the shipment of farm
V', number of interests who outlined recommendations specialist in the world and sh/j puts that is about the extent of the products. But this service is practi-
for a national policy lier.unqualified O. K. on Carpet gras. efforts made by the average citizensof cally nothing, while the great mail
.,','. i f. of reforestation. "Since the cattle approve of the Florida to prevent the laying order houses have monopolized the .
.. t Senators Fletcher of Florida; Harrison Carpet grass!! and nature is pointing waste of its rapidly vanishing timber service. 2
j of Mississippi; McNary of Ore- the way to success in growing it and. supply.
!; fron; and Couzens of Michigan, were man has seen to it that the supply The worst enemy of our forests is Every farm, garden and lawn in
c,. V;; the committee members present of seed is available to southern cat- the man who persists in burning the Florida should undergo a campaignthis BIG HARDWARENEAR
::'" If, Senators McNary and Couzens were tlemen why not get a supply of seedyourself woods, be he cattle owner who wants year with a view of improving the
FI, much learn and 'new for his home and the farm in both appearanceand
very surprised to of the help nature and the cat grass' cows, or turpen-
I' It,. rapid growth made by some species tle by planting part of your idle flat- tine operator," one public official who practicability. Nothing contrib-
y, of pine in Florida when given protection woods-lands now growing nothing travels over much of the state, re- utes so much toward beautifying desolate 1
'. ' from fires but they could not much more than WlreJll'aS8-to this rently remarked. "The man who and bare spots as planting vines DEPOT : PHONE
,p., ", comprehend why the business men in most valuable southern pasture burns the woods ought to be arrestedfor and flowering shrubs and trees. In
:' the state are indifferent to the 7"That much he who this the home can be made "a
so uncontrolled grass arson, just as so as war
burning of cut over lands is what W. E. Stokes, grass sticks fire to stores warehouses or thing beauty and joy forever." By
t,' r' by the cattlemen resulting in mil- and forage crops investigator of the residences. There can be no essential all working together like a trick of
lions of barren of Florida unless it magic, our state can be transformedihto -
acres now being experiment station has to say difference is in the In-
".' ., trees or having only a sparse stand about Carpet grass, a grass he de- tent. However to make up for the "Florida the BeautifuL"The

( of second growth pines. clares should cover areas of this state moral difference the man who burns estimated wealth. of the United
The people of Maine are very care- like the pine forests did a quarter ofa the woods does very much more dam States is 260 billions and our national
- ful to protect their forests and rut century ago. Speaking of the planting age than the man who burns "houses, debt is 23 billions--or about 10 TIRE PRICES ON
over lands from fires and consider of this grass Professor Stokes : in almost every case, certainly in the cent. The wealth of Grea t Britain per is THE ADVANCEHere
t their timber crops as one of thea' says; : ultimate." 70 billions and the debt is 38 billionsor
. t state's greatest assets. At the Festival "Sow seed at the rate of five to ten Continuing, the official said "Anyone about 53 percent. The wealth of
: of States held in St. Petersburg pounds to the acre where the native who visits the state's manufacturing France is 58 billions and the debt is
V on March 21, the Maine winter population grasses have been burned off or close plants which use wood in their 61 billions-or about 87 percent The is an opportunity for you to save 20% on
,j" in that city entered an elaborate ly grazed and keep constantly pas products, and who will then make a wealth of Italy is 22 billions the Tires your
, float in the parade. On one side tured down. Seedings may be made at study of what is being done to reforest debt is 18 V4 billions--or 85 percent.and at Gilbert's Service Station for 10 days on

was this message: "Maine's Forests; any time from April till July provid- will soon realize that a very serious The wealth of Belgium is 6 billions Goodrich Fabric and Cord Tires
I protect its water power; harbor its'I ing there is an abundance of moistureIn problem gigantic problem- and the debt 4% billions-or 80 -
fish and game; support its industries; the soil. is fast approaching the lawmaking percent 30 x 3 Fabric Sale Price
stabilize: its agriculture." On the opposite "On large pastures where its suc- bodied and the agricultural developers $ 9.00-List $11.65

:: side of the float WI1S'this statement cess is not fully assured it is well of this state. Every month's delay "Preparations of Fresh Tomatoes 30 x 31h Fabric, Sale Price, 10.00-List 13.15
: "Agriculture and recreation to restrict seeding to small select now means future years of tim- for Market," is the title of Farmers'Bulletin
e ore a good combination for Health areas; and if these are successful ber scarcity."The 1291. just issued by the U. 32 x 4 Fabric, Sale Price, 19.00-List
Wealth, and Prosperity." seed will be produced which will be problem is essentially a stats S. department of agriculture Washington 23.86f'
""-9' distributed by stock o other parts of and national problem but individual D. C. This new bulletin gives Silver Town Cord
The Australian tomato
weevil (De- the range. It is killed down only by livestock men, lumbermen ''turpentine specific suggestions as to the best
+e .kt by alantha the United noeiva Lea States) has been found oft the severest of our frosts." men and other may do much to prevent methods of getting this popular vegetable 30 x 31,4 Cord, Sale Price, $13.50-List $16.95
County agents are in position to further waste and deatruc"tlon.'Stop from the field to the market.
number' to be established at a assist. farmers and stockmen with burning the woods; stop cutting Shipments in 1922 amounted to 26,- 32 x 4 Cord, Sale Price, 30.00-List 3610, ;
of.point alonathe ofMississippi
coast their pasture problem. Call upon timber as though we had unlimited 000 carsa gain of 8000 cart over 1921. nGILBERT'S ,-
in addition to the preyIoWLnland roura. quantities of it; plant a tree forever The,publication should be of value to
Infestation It is now reported one cut down' these roles. all and of :
are tomatoes
growers shippers
from .fiv "JlUtinct The I.a'.cD'a catch of catfish which if observed bjr ally will help to Producedealers and student of marketing 5EPCE{ STATION'
'Harrisoncounty! in Stow county In Lake. Okeechobee is estimated at solve the problem. r. problems likewise'will-find nit $ ;:
InJackeon :
one county. JD- 7,000,000 .
,' .. 1"4 pounds and moet of :the much:, helpful a. materIaL. ;Florida ,
-o.4i( ,the{original introduction catch was shipped,to DOrtbenH un.. -If yon lure roams to rent' a small)! ships more'tomatoes thane' any otherstate 1. 41 ,MAIN'STllEE.': ,( '

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.. THE KissaociaB VACLKT: : GAZETTE*FRIDAY; APRIL. ,':Ihi ., ', V IH

........+ ....... .. NOTICS3 Oil' .rPLICATlOIW In Circuit. Court 'for Seventeenth- LEGUMES BUILD UP SOIL and C.
Judicial Circuit.$ the State of FloridaIn I .. privileges onan with'h'
j GOOD CITIZENSHIP t tBy r eqait
AdVertisements In thai County Judge's Court, Osoeola and for'tit. County of Osceola. IB FERTILITY lit .
'i Legal 'IAn County State of Florida. In Re. Estate Chancery* M> Hr Bullock, as Receiver Just stop and ask'yourself, Hrt Citxen -
of: Johnnie Roberta Bronson, a of the mate Bank of Klsslmmee, an A source" of fertilizer that !f. '.!1- '( G. C. News Sme) are in the
Mlnori Insolvent Florida Banking 1 you, fll.en..a.It
+.... .e. ......... Corporation. way* Sufficiently abundant cheap anddepmd.ble xent "
Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt Complainant vsv A. F. Bass and Ada has been found at least Whe Am.rlc was) first colonized, .
that I. D. Bron. Bass, his by Do do all the I.
may concern wlfe-Respondents. Foreclosure you things exported
Ordinance to prevent any eolleotlon son as 'Guardian of Mart e Rob.rtaBron.on. Of ..ortlr..... Notice of Master one farmer of this .Ut That source people came t .the great new of dal .
required ?
of standing or flowing' water In a minor, will on the tth day Sale. Notice (. hereby given by the undersigned I.! the growing of legumes; such country from Europe, almost exclu o you
which mosquitoes breed or .1'01 likelyto of April A.. D. "1.8U. apply to the Honorable a* Special Master heretofore planti as velvet beoru sively. .At the most of thecountries Do you accor t your neighbor all
breed. In the City of Klsslmmes ; cowpeas, pea.nuU tt
such methodof 'I.'. L. Comer Judge of the County appointed In' said cause to ,carry out t. had a religionof the rights prYleg. that he la
Klorlda, defining place; Judge's Court In Klsslmmee, In said the term of the final decree herein entered beg-g-arweed and soybeans. Tho o Eurp to as and fel-
'treatment of such and places; denning- County, at Ten O'clock AM... or as on the Ith day of April.. A. D. I farmer, u William Jones of. Alachua state. .Tht .y, it was a requirement entite nell'hbr
parties responsible providing for sooif thereafter aa the matter can be 1921, that pursuant to the terms of said county CMr. law that every citizen eitzen'D
of all violator. '
the punishment
heard for authority to sell at private final decree I shall\ unless payment a i .- Jones that while should belong to the National Church, ? .
sale the undivided on -sixth Interestof provided for In said final decree. j doubtfuLYou
Jonnnje Roberta Bronson. a minor.. mad. prior to the Sales Day offer. for farmers are 'worryIng about his fertilizers and a person failing to.o beong can but do ?
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for In the following described. real estateIn sale and sell In front "of the CourtHouse I he is growing hid own. ThereIs thereby committed a crime of you .

anr person to have, keep maintain said County towltt Door. Klsslmmee Oscedla no doubting and fraying for fer. and the punishment, was-, deathL most Ask yourself. .
cau.e. or permit within the corporate All of Block 14 of Robert Bass' ty, Florida on May Tth. A. D. coun-I Yo can not fool your neighbor t
limit. of City of Kl..)mm.e any collection Addition to the Town of Klsslm Lween the legal hours of sale to thehighest til soils and good crops this year usually by torture it therefore there
of standing or flowing water In mee City being a pert of the NK1of and best bidder for cash thCrefor next year or any year With him. Just England was on. of the first countries to be f notbll;
which mosquitoes breed. or are likelyto the NWK of Section *2. Township the Interest of the Respondentsas grow plenty of legumes and turn a to begin a laxity of the enforcement gatned by fooling
breed unlea. such collection of 25. South of Range 19 Bast. same existed on the date of the execution Tbeefoe. an.wr yourself truly,
water I I. treated. ao a. effectually to ALSO: All of Block S of B. H.Butler' of the mortgage. foreclosed In 1 good portion of them back into the of the ecclesiastical crmin.llaw you : you have .
prevent. uch br..> I. Collection of water In KlsslmmeeCity. except beginning cau."b. 1910 or as same has accrued -I says. country, no longer adhered the any p.rlcl.r,
which mosquito. breed or are likelyto at the NB Corner of said Block I. thereafter.. In the following described -! This farmer that several yourself if you more
explain Church of but had
breed are those contained. In ditches run West 100 fset. South 100 feet. property .located. In Osceola Rome improved or less, to your family, your
pond.. pools, excavations. holes, depressions East 100 feet and North 100 feet: County, Florida. to-wit: East Half of ',. years ago he became interested in on It. as they might say, and the improve yourel. if
open. cesspools. privy vault., to the place of beginning. Lot Four and Lot Five less the North !. the work of the Florida experiment; or revised church was called countr G1 you imprv.
fountain., cisterns. tanks. shallow ALSO: That part of Orange eight feet of Section twenty-one. Township station. He had noticed that where of England which it is upon yourself, became a true
wells, barrels. trough (except horse Street. lying East of the A. C. I... Twenty-five South of Range Thir! citizen the United States.
troughs In b'-J, urns. cans' Railway which said street was ty-one East according to correct map : velvet beans had been grown on the said, differed but little from the o

boxes, .bottles. tubs.t : O, defective I closed by resolution of City Council of Narcoossee. filed In the Office..) of the station's land a year or two before, I Church of Rome, but notwithstanding OTTON: FARMERS
house roof.gutters, tank. or flush closets of Ki..irnmee on 18th of April Clerk of Circuit, CourtofOsceolaCoun. the crops were muc'\ better than there were agreat many "relig1-
or other. similar water. contaIners.seCtion . 1892. ty. State of Florida ALSO: all that : WARNED OF "PATENED"BOLL
those where beans
. on adjoining land | ious persecnttdnsAs time went
3. The natural presence of Which application will be based upon stock of cattle now ranging In Osceola'
moiqulto larvae. In standing or running the Petition for sale now on file In said County and adjoining Counties. In the had net been grown. Noticing this clong Protestant churches began to be "REMEDIE"

water shall 1>e evidence. that ntfqultoes Court. following marks and brands to-wlt: he talked with specialists of the experiment -j formed among those who would not "Cctton farmers should be cautious
are breeding. there.. Hated this 6th day of March. A. D. Under slope upper bit In each ear. station.
align themselves with the Romaa
Section 4. Collections. of water In IU3. I about
Branded J. X. The terms of the saleto Investngtheir hard-earned
which mosquitoes. breed or are likelyto MART D. BRONSON. be. cash with the requirement of Immr;.liately he put what he had Church which was perhaps fostered weevil poLe
breed shnll be treated. by .uch one KRIRBS A: HTKKD. Guardian. payment In cash or deposit as In my seen ar d been told intj practice on as much by King James all otheragencies money prprietar bl is ,
or more of the following methods .. Solicitors for Guardian. 18-" discretion. best at the time of his I & sons. recently -
seems OWN farm. He now explains that j together. Therefore.. by far
shell be approved. by the health. ofll- .led by Newell, director of o
the making of bids. This the Ith day Wil.m
c'er. NOTICIa 0' APPLICATION FOR BPMCIAI of April. A. D. 1911. soil wi! ich six years aoro scarcely a great majority of those early ('ljonista l- .f Florida experiment
(a) Screening. with wire nettingof ACT IIATIKYINO CIIAHTKHAMHKII JOHN S. CADEL grew ton bushels of corn to the acre j coming what is now the Station. ,

at least 1C meshes to. the Inch >'!'MISIVT4 TO THH ('IIA"T. n As Special Master In said Cause. now gr, ws twenty-five bushc'.s. Ask- 'eastern part t the United States, the statement ,;
each. way or any other material TOWN OK KISSIMMUH JOHNSTON GARRETT. ed to his formula for improvement "Many parie.. says
which will effectively prevent. theIntercuts grlyIIE Counsel for Complamant. lT-4t give soil were those Who had therefore been "are' of the farmerspiesent I

or egrets of mosquitoes.b Mr. Jones replied: I persecuted ''on account of their religious urgent need for some means i
( ) Complete emptying every seven TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCER: "I never unless absolutely unavoidable belief, or for imprisonment for
MASTER'S .ALRUnet..r of the boll weevil and
fighting are>
days of unscreened. containers. Notice I. hereby given that the. City the same on the "j
grow crop debt.
together with their thorough dryIng Commissioners of the City of Klsslmmee. advertising and selling pre .\ation.
or cleaning.c . will apply to the Legislature of and by virtue of a decree offoreclosure same litnd two years in succession. When the Continential Congress do- and weevil 'remedies' af various '
and sale rendered and entered bl
( ) Using a larvicide approved and the State of Florida at Its session to Maybe rorn one year, then cotton the |'I the of the colon ..
under. the. direction. of the on July llth. 1921 by the Hon. 18rec independence
applied be held In the of A. D. 1823. for
year next thin peanuts the third On {
health Officer.d special or local act, ratifying, approving Charles O. Andrews. Judge of the Circuit year. was composed of the posterity( According to the statement this is
) Covering completely. the surface adopting and confirming the Charter Court In and for Oaceola In County certaincause some of my land I work in truck o- of those early settlers who having re- history repeating itself: these thingshave 4

of the water with keroaeno, Amendment voted on by the cltl- Florida.In In said Chancery Court pending a wherein vegetab''3 crops. But regardless of 'membered the reasons for their bcinif been sold to farmers for the last
petroleum or paraffin oil once every of the Town of Klsslmmee City. what I I
tens each plant onthat i
Edwin R Wilson and G. grow year in ideals and the .
seven. days.Cleaning at the election held. In said City on the John Wilson. America, cherished as such 20 ar persons selling them
and keeping sufficiently sixteenth day of December A. D. 1921 A. Lemmon aa Executors of the. last lent 1 some leguminoi-s! cropvelvet things as free relgion. free speech, have usually made a "clean-up" by '

free. of vegetable growthand amending the Charter of said Town ofKlsslmmee will and. testament of Thom.'I1.on., bea-is, peanuts, cowpeas or beg. I free free the right to the time the farmer has had time to
and Arthur press, '
were complainants
other obstruction., and stockIng and In and the which I to turn at .chol.
City. by garweetl- manage 'I
mosquito destroying flsh.if proposed special bill will provide. thatsaid E. Donegan. Pat Johnston Klsslm- into I own and enjoy and if they find out through trial and experiencethat
least half of these various
) Filling or draining to the sat- amendments. as recorded. In theoffice mee Cattle Company.. Gus. Noyes and crops owed debts which they could not pay, the preprton. are worthless.
lifactlon of the health officer. of the Clerk of Circuit Court of William. S. Potter were. defendant theunderstgned the soil. This provides fertility it constituted no crime. So when tho Some even claiming;
will offer for sale and sell
e",) Proper disposal, by removal the County of ,Osceola. and State of Then I keep the land from washingin
of after the Revol that their particular is
to the highest and best bidder for cash. Union States
destruction. of tin tin boxes.broken of ; was. "qre" atra.tive
cans Florida. pursuant to the provisions winter
winter I some cover I
In front of the Court House door In ; grow j
to the weevils .
War effected
or empty bottles, and similar R. O. 8. 181 shall be taken and accepted utiona a we I
the land and this. the
articles likely to hold water. .. Amendments. so adoptedand Klsslramee. Florida between the legal crop on keeps and all the states com vils literally fall over each I
Section t. In case the. person responsible In and by said special bill .....111furth.r hours of sale on the 7th day of. May. fertility in the roil. kep it from W.I writen Union became obligated getting to it and eating it. ,
1923. the following estate .
for the condition of premises on provide that all the proceed.ings This is the I
which mosquitoes breed or are likely with reference to the adoption of situate In said Osceola County.Florida. away. land. The way thereby, and it had all those ideals "Such claims are as attractive as ..
have built experiment
to breed falls or refuses to take necessary aid charter amendments shall be and to-wlt: up my guaranteed to its people It is Interesting they are inlltloull. for no one dr ;
All of Sections (IB). twenty how.
eighteen station showed
to their confirmed.
measures prevent validated and
approved to
are to study the question of citi- say
(20). twenty-two (II). twenty..IhtU
breeding within three days after no- This the 15th day of March. A. I).
tic In writing has been given him by 1923. ( ) and thirty (10) ; all of sectionthirtytwo HONORABLE STEVE DEMANDSTHE renship using as a basis, the United the weevils will not be dlaovere.

the health officer or within such longer A. S. GILBERT. (12) except the Northwest "IUGHT8- CATTLEMEN States Constitution. Let uS see whatwe Dr. Newell's statement e .
time after such notice a. may be H. M. KATZ. quarter of the Southeast. quarter of see: farmer should remember, however,
specified. In the notice the said person G. W. PERSONS. said section; and all of section thirty-
responsible shall be deemed guilty of ))4-9t four (14),-all being. In Township 18 Considerable comment among the There were, at the date of the that thousands of experiments made

a violation of this ordinance; and for South. Range 11 East state press is current over the speechat adoption of that Constitution, a population during the last 2 years ,baY fale

each day after. the expiration of three ItOTICH OK SIIKH1KF-8 MALK. '17-5t Special Master JOHN S.In ,CADEL Chancery. the recent cattlemen's meeting, of of a little more than three millions to disclose any substnc mo

days Is from given the him I day or on for which each day such after notice Notice Is hereby given. that under fOnDER I Hon. C. S. Acree representative of in all its territory. That is to tractive to the weevl. tha growing -

the expiration of the time specified In and by virtue of a certain execution, OF PUBLICATION Osceola county in the. present legis say by an .overwhelming demand cotton Uni. .
the notice aa the. case may be. that the tested the 20th day of February lature. The DeLand News reported those ideals were written in the Constitution "The of short .tpl4
person responsible falls. or refuses to U21. Issued out and under the seal of In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth this follows: cotton will find by the
speech as that founda.tion
take such measures. the said person he Circuit Court of Marlon County. Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida then and upon the 'Florida method' of boll ,.
of Osceola In Chan The spectacular speech of the program the to stand we weni
responsible shall be deemed guilty Florida. In that certain case wherein In and for County. of Government ,
a separate violation of this ordinance.and J. H. rlpencer and W. R. Pedrlck. as copartners cery. G. F. Krlbbs. Complainant va. was that of C. S. Acree of Kis- have to a population of more control, develop during ,
In each such failure I refusal of James B. Depler et .1.. Respondents.. grown he of ,
or doing business as the OCala simmee who pleaded for the returnto and have can percent a normal
the person responsible th. health officer flan Engine" Works was plaintiff and Foreclosure of Mortgage. Cancellationand declaring than one hundred milon. and do it for acost not to
the old order things crop
Is authorized to take. necessary. () IX Rose was defendant I have lev- other Relief.. Order of Publication. obtained the being the
steps to prevent the breeding of mosuoltos led upon and will on Monday the 7th THE STATIC 01" FLORIDA TO: JamesB. that; the fences are contrary to nature : greatest country in the world. There exceed $1.76 an acre. Certainly this

and all necessary costs Incurred day of May 'Jr between the legal Depler. and Fannie R. :?: r'V his and will never permit a greatindustry must be something in those ideals would be a better investment than
by the health officer. for that purpose hours of sale for sale. and sell to wife. Lewlstown. Illinois;; be built. Mr. Acree was buying some cure'
shall be charged against the person the highest and best bidder for c..h.the Horn and Blanche Van Horn his wife.Laming. to that merits special study, and to b which he 'p.tnted' and abut
responsible. following described personal property Michigan; Henry. R. Edgar forceful and swept the audience with much cherished and admired. ,
Section I. For the purpose of this to..It- and his wife.' Mrs Henry R. Edgar, If his enthusiasm. He said that "grass hag no endorsement other than that
ordinance the person. responsible fur One 7-passenger Buick touring I car he be married. Ill Bagley Avenue De was made for cattle, and the wood From the standpoint of an individual of the seller himself."
the condition of any premises Is the Motor No. 411151. the. same to be sob4to troit. MichiganTou are hereby commanded can't we readily recognize a grave responsibility Particulars the
person using or occupying the same; satisfy said Judgment and costs of to appear In the above. entitled was made for cattle, and you of the concerning Ford .
on us
01'. In case no person Is using or oocu- .. < cause on the 7th day of May A. I). put> cattle in prison and make 'emrow. .eitzen metho may by
.ylnll' the premises, the person who bylaw t.. It. FARMER. 1911. WITNESS the Honorable C. O. Put up a fence," the enthusiastic United States. First: support State Plant Board of Floridaor
is entitled. to the Immediate pos- Sheriff of Osceola County. Florida. Andrews as Judge of the. above court. declared "and the cattle and defend the Constitution be to the Florida Experiment Station, .4
cession of the same; or. In case the By Robt. Campbell Deputy Sheriff and my name as Clerk thereof and the. speaker we can truly be called citizens.Do .
premises are used or occupied. by two IS-St. seal of said Court at Klsslmmeo. Osce -on the inside will run up and down for it We do not always do both at Gaie.vIe.
or more tenants of a common landlord ola County, Florida on this the 4th day the fence and those on the outside we do
or from grounds appurtenant to. In Seventeenth. Judicial Circuit of of April, A. I). 1921. will do the same thing until they it, and some never do. We have two MAKES PRACTICAL OF
house occupied by two or more tenants ,Florida Circuit Court of Osceola Coun. Circuit Court J. L. Ovcr" classes of citizens of the United FLORIDA AND TS
of a common landlord. then the ty. In Chancery. Bill to Quiet Title. ) Clerk of Circuit Court. starve to death. No sir, we got Native and (b) nat. CATE
landlord; each tenant however I. re- J. T>. Chunn, Complainant .,..* W. G. Oaceola County, .Florida. rights and we ought to stand up. for States (a) br 'p
sponsible'for the part of the premises Wick. and Myrtle. 8. Wick. Defendants. W. J'. Steed them." uralized. The born man or handled And fed ndei'ex '
which he occupies to the exclusion of Order of Publication. It ap.pearing Counsel for Complainant. 17-4f woman may be lawfully a citizen, but Wen same conditions how will'
the other tenants: Provided.. That Incase by sworn Bill of Complaintthat his conduct and demeanor may bs
the premises are occupied by the defendants., . W. O. Wicks and In the County Judges Court. Osceola STATEMENT Florida range cattle compare, when
tenant under a yearly or monthly tenanoy. Myrtle R. Wicks, are cltliens of a State County. Florida. In the matter of the such that he is in truth and in fact tni.hed. with Tensessee cattle? What '
or under a lease for not more other than the State of Florida, to estate of Henry W. Corl. deceased. Notice Made under Section SI. Chapter 65", not one. The person having; been in actual This
than a year, or under any lease where. wit the State of New York.butthattheir of Application for Discharge of Laws of Florida. showing theamountof in a foreign country and emigratedhere worked out prnt '
by the lessor I. expressly or Impliedly address Is unknown and that Executor. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY taxes charged to the tax Collectorof of and in problem was frm practical
obligated. to keep tha premises. In repair they are over the age 0'1 twenty-one CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given by Oaceola County Florida to be collected must declare rr standpoint in 1919 byC C. Pitt- '
and the collection of standingor rears. These are therefore. to command the undersigned as executor. of the estate for the current year, A. .D. 1833.: writing, a desire to beme citizen, man, a cattle feeder at !
flowing water In which mosquitoes 1 you. the said W. O. Wicks and of Henry W. Corl. deceased thaton !and the apportionment. of the. same. to And after continuing to lve here the Ga. A representative Tom..Yilez
breed or are likely to.breed IsowIngto Myrtle 8. Wick.. to be and appear to the 9th day of June. A. I). 111I3. theundersigned ,, the several funds for which taxes havobe..n of time required law by a'' o Unlt
the dIsrepair of the building, or building the said Bill of Complaint on Monday. will present. his final levied.Aspertteaeaeat. I II length States department of
or to any natural Quality of the the 80th day of April. A. D. 1913. or port to the Judge of the. above I ef Centy P'sCs proper decree upon taking oath of cently obtained the following* detailsof
premises. or to any condition that existed Decree Pro-Confesso will be entered. and apply for his discharge a* re-I I November 1st A. D. 102.T allegiance, become a lawful citizen. of I the test.
at the time when. the tenant entered . against you by default. Done and ordered tor and the release. of his .. 0.1 I United States but it is said that I
the Mr. Pittman brought to Thomas
Amount Assessed ________ua./lII'I.u/ '
Into poanesslon. or to any thing this the 1st day of March A. D. from further liability on the Executor's
done on the premises. by the landlord 1911. J. U OVERSTREET. : Bond executed by them. This the 2nd I Amount Collected. __________ 4 97.7fl. he almost never becomes such in the I' vllle 5 carloads, containing 105 head,
.during the existence. of the tenancyor Pledger" & Davis Clerk. Circuit Court. day of April. A. D 1911. ---- true sense the word. of Florida rang cattle from
lease then In such case. the land- Solicitors for Complainant. lS-8t ALBERT DIEFENDORF. Balance to be Collected. ______flS.f71.4S The person o who esteems the Constitution I At the Same time he bought Arda
I lord Is the person responsible. Provided (Copy of Official Seal). Aa Executor of the estate of Ceaaty Reei
further. ; that any person who hsscaused Henry W. Con dec..d.JOHNSTON To Amount Assessed. _______Ia .r.63.1? of the United States as loads, containing; 81 head, of Tennessee

to exist on any premises of NOTICE TO CRED.TORItI. GARRETT: Amount Collected. __n______ 7.118.84 piece of political literatureever .1, grade Shortbor., of one-half to
which he Is not the owner landlord. Counsel for Executor. 17-10t --- written by his daily conduct Shorthorn blood. He '
collection "'.. .... Collected ____SZ.,044M three-quarters .
occupant or tenant any of C..rt ef the ( .t7 ... Oeeeeia Balance to be either '
water In which mosquitoes. breed or ......t7. State .f FlerMa. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Flee ..* Eerfeit.reTo I I contributes tp its support by : fed these cattle at Thomasville, on
are likely to breed Is responsible as In r.. Estate of Amount ..ed _-_____U.IIIII.891! act word 01 de and never let. an cottonseed mel and velvet 1.
wfcll as the owner landlord tenant or JAMES D. FISHER. DECEASEDTo I. fear* of the Covaty J.J_. OseeolaCeaaty Amount! Collected ___n____ L"; opportunity so pass, is a true I Both lots were
occupant! aa the case may be. all Creditors. Legatees.. Stale ef Flerlaa. citizen of the United States, and can I conditions hale the te
Section 7. For the purpose of on- and all Persons DI.trlbut..j Balance to be. Collected$1074.60SpeI.l
forcing the previsions" of this ordinance. Demands against said In re' Estate of W. C. Bass. Decessed. Pabllvlty always be dende upon. He Is a' feed. When finished he sold the -cattle

the health officer, or his lawful You. and each of you are hereby notified To all Creditors Legatees Distributees To Amount As.ezsed$2618.10 man who hi hat to the stars at Baltimore and New Orleans.The .
sub-ordlnate. may at all reasonable and required to present any and all Persons. having Claims or Amount Collected. __________u and wi every opportunity, and 5 carloads of cattle net.
times enter In and upon any premises claims and demands which you. or Demands against said Estate: - Flord
within his Jurisdiction. either of you may have against the Tou and each of you. are hereby. Balance to Be Collected ____$1.074.40 believes it to be the greatest flag ted him exactly $ the entire
Section I. Any person found guiltyof estate of James. D. Fisher deceased notified and required. to present any fieaeral Wefcool' that ever was unfurled; he can talk 105 head. One carload of the best
a violation of this ordinance, aa described lute of Klsslmmee., Osceola County. claims and demand. which you oreither To Amount Assessed. _______U2.1'fI.tII by the hour about that flag and tell Tennessee steers containing 23 head
In section. 6 hereof shall be Florida to the underlined Executorof of you may have against the Amount Collected. _____ 10.55375 that it con
of the symbols netted him He made than
punished. by a fine of not Jess than one maid estate, within two years from estate. of W. C. Bass deceased. late of -- you most $980. more
dollar fit and not more than twenty- the date hereof. Klsslmmee, Osceola County. Florida to Balance to be Collected _$1..2.1 tains and what it represents, but never $1,800 profit on the three carloads of'
lIve dollars (fU). Dated Feb. 8th. A D 1921. the undersigned Administrator of said' Sob SeaoeJ UI.t>.ITo all for they cannot all be told by cattle.J. .
, Section 9. This ordinance shall be JAMES M. W1LLSON. estate, within two year from the date Amount ..... ________I2.71.11 in life time. Tenese F. Pittman brother of the \
_____ _____ 18JOS one person a man
J. In full force and effective on and afterthe l-9t. Executor. hereof. Amount n
thirtieth. day from the. day on Dated March nth A. D. 1923. Col..e.d He is a man who will take issue who fed these cattle showed the government -

which It Is approved. 'NQTICIil OK ADMINISTRATRIX FOR WALTER C. BASS, Admr. Balance to be Collected. __n I-YlTs; successfully with all comers, upon the representative the record of
Read a first time In open seslon. FINAL DI9CIIARUH 16-91 Klaslminpe.. Florida. Has Behnel IJI... No: I of the American people to en- this feeding experiment and en-
_____ $696.00 tb
and by unanimous consent (the. Rules To Amount AssesSed right
! being waived) was placed upon Its Ind ,. the C..rt .f Cmaty J..... Mate efKlerida. Amount Collected. ----- -- -- 141. .B privieg. guaranteed thereby tries of the sales on his bok. Incommentnp
reading and final passage and unanimously Oseeola (,'...t,. and of that same further on
passed this 6th day of March C. Balance to be Collected _____ S4S4 &'1 people to all laws enacted thereunder said: "The funny
A. D. IMS. In the Rotate of B. D. Malloy. deceased. aBb Mraoel 3 and
DI.t 1.
J. M., HAN8EI.U NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN to all To Amount ..". ______ .-8I.B18JJ or by authority thereo. cart of i was that the Florida steers
President. pro tern of Council. whom It may concern that on the 18thrYtho..f Amount Collected. ________u 4.1 would not hesitate to .slist their fooled aU. They seemed to be doing .. _
Attest: May A. I). 1913, I shall *Bply enforcement, be his walk in life great almost as well on their feed as '

J. n. ail-BEHT. Clerk. Honorable T. L. Comer, Judgeof __ Balance to be Colect..d ____-..U.n6.1 humble.It the Tennessee steers, and looked fair-
this 2nd of March. 1923.SlAL said Court. Judge of Probate for S.b or
Approved day as .1
( ) A. S. aiLUEItT.It my final discharge as Administratrix I USE To Amount Asaeiaed. ___.__.3.HII! is a sad thing to note the lack of Iv good to us when we bolt them.

it Mayor Pro Tern. of the estate of E. D. Malloy deceased SANITARY DAIRY Cos Amounj Collected -------- interest in these things shown by But they wouldn't take well

and that at the same. time I will present I p some people, who by selfish motives and dressed out poorly because they

NOTICE OPSrKCIAL.. LKOISI.ATION trix my final accounts as Administra MILKS* ICE CREAM Balance Sub to be Hekoal collected _B._S2,647t9 fear of lack of moral courage had been stunted in their early development
--- of said estate and ask for their Diet crtcism.
Notice Is hereby ",Ivan that I will approval. To Amount ...... _' __ SIll 71 or desire of natural by cattle ticks."

apply at the. next session of the SlateIxglslature Dated March 2rfLt: D.'J.,9E. Amount Collected ___--nn__ 2.141 disposition to violate their duty to ..
convening. In April. 1IZI, OIJIIA .
for the. passage of a law requiring a 11\-\ Administratrix- Balance to be collected ________SI 47 4* their country, fall so short of the 430,000 ACRES OF TIMBER

license of UI .OO te b. obtained by all ft.b ra*.l DI.t .S measurement of citizenship. ATTACKED BY BARK BEETLE
parties fishing In the lakes of OsoeolaCounty Notice. Is hereby given that the underlined To Amount ........ ______ '-" HJ4JJ go who does 1
Florida. with any other device will apply to the Honorable C. Amount Collected. ____ ..- not discriminate against his nelg'hbl board feet of 'I <
and In any other manner than by ordinary O. Andrews. Judge of the 17th Judicial -- Abut in the
hook and -Une; declaring the Circuit, of State of Florida. on the 21st Balance to be Collected .. .__ .n07.lf on account of his religious or p pie Happy .
month of July August and Septemberas day of April. A. D. 1913. for LettersPatent R.b Seaeel Diet. .7 creed, when the same des Camp bed region of the Modoe
a closed aeaaon for commercial fishing Incorporating Klsslmmee I Athletic To Amount Assesaed ____ _____$354.l5 conflict with or antagonize National Forest In California Is seriously -
In the said lakes. Requiring. all Association a corporation organ. Amount Collected. __.n_ ____ 9271 and guaranteed by Infested by a destructive bark
parties prior to the use of any fishing ised not for pronto The general business ---- rights priYleg'e.
equipment for commercial purposes topresent to be. transacted. by said Association Balance to be Collected __ ._--120.41 our civil government and Christian beetle according to the forest serv
the same to the. Sheriff of 0. shall be. to provide athletic fields Ss-eeL Read IUI. .I ideals and The Constitu ice. Unite States department of ag-
oeola County for Inspection, and a and foster and encourage outdoor athletics. ATTENTION. To Amount Aasessed __ ._u".49.1 5 In.tituton. people A preliminary ,
. t eual ricltr .a..r
b. obtained officer Amount
permit -to from such ---T ton.lar.nte
: and the
: and providing for the confiscation PAT JOHNSTON. FATEHRS other tat cntl,compl.te by .
and destruction all such fishing .E!. D. KATZ. Balance to be Collected ____S7.4SO.OO men herein were created andeuL ic. attacked t* cover
equipment that may be used In the J. WADE TUCIER.A. : : Spoel Reed IMa .S is to if a man wish acres, of which I
say a.
[ aid lakes without Auch license, Inlaaectlon IV FRENCH. To Amount A..e_____.._**2'11! Tht he has the same 1(30.0 owned. 150
and permit llrst obtained. A BAM L. LUPFER JR. .Amount __---... .41 b farmer, bt. .
loopy of said proposed act may be open Sanitary Dairy' milk is become such aa any other; taking an enormous' ,toll ft 1n

I at my office In the 'State Bank Build. the milk for folks. Blnc t* be Collected .._...S21.S4I.2 rpt he speak, .or write healthy trees from thto ",
llngKlsslmmee 'IOT'CIa' or SPECIAL LICO..T.elf your N ITo di t .
Florida. action
aP be) Ua that ; port recommends .
llt-ft : W. I. BTBBD.1CB It will benefit baby. A.8..1 .- I4.JJS4I freely on aabJe imeit
Notice I. hereby given that we will your Amount Collected .?..- .. ..--. I Il right equal Wt others; i he. by the forest 1. a prtfate.
Or SPECIAL EJBOISfcATTOM.rOTT apply at the next session of the State Your wife and children wishes member of .: ** 4.' '. . :

Legislature convening In April 1911 win like it and H will be Balance. to be CoHestyd ..__-...11.6 t bm, specific pur ?Infestation Is) ; brovgVt ia
fe bC
ARE wlvea'aottea jbat fop.. law autkee'ising.tbe City of KI..111I. .. .pS.I.I Reed lt o ef
the forester
will at the next session .f tin beglsaUire ... to lame bends, for the pur- food for yea. To Amount Assese .-._ .*r.llf.'T eth.1 business eactOat social -i the attention of at .
.f the State ef Florida apply for poaea aa mentloaed In Section 191 -.t Antoant ,Collected ..?.-. __ MU.SI h. tt California the .Wat
C passage.of a law prohibiting tiers General Btatstee. to aav amount note ." .' -.-- rUKo. ; U i similar -.te *. 0 ; :
Cf.the' ::to"'"",Collected ... UI.OI h w.b t ,
am' largetnOeeeeia Coaa- .ediag att.P.8p. cost. assessed 0 .U" SScatl-hi V where, in' the
.. .brovIdInffo7impoundlngtof( said value of all real and personal proper- Arr Jtce Tie* .sa J>a4ieai.. ,".J1" '.! ,.child i $ I Oe tt. ,
ogu .a4 aal."t"areof an: -, ak'II".r tr-T- wltbln ihe-Cltr of KtsslaUaee.A. : I: nt A'U4.1.; choice.- fc'".enjoys that jglt qual1y owners ."la O '
.f said ..... .......... .e fwauyag oopy: vf.sala taspoeed few.can-be- peon : ASaeaat CoU.. with his If be dmsW..4owoeship quired t et to .ef f-. .. :
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It""I CORPUS CHRIST SEA BREEZE has on the .open ocean. ,The heated In addition' there were fotmta
t I NORTH DAKOTA PAPER COOLEST ON TEXAS COAST air of the plain back of Corpus Chris Mexico two varieties of beans *9
Woman's Club Notes COMMENTS ON KISSIMME1 \ ti tends continually to rise, and thcooler how promise of distance to UMJ .
[ IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] baa been"received fron The sea' breeze at Corpus Christi, ML air flowinr in creates a juriou attack of the bean beetle'if i
MRS. PAi7L"'iiTAN1.ET, I ' A clipping 1' in Langdon, North Da Texas, attains unusually high velocities continuous breete. Although the Increased of them is a native edible white DM
Club Reporter. I a follows: it has been found by the representative saa, breeze causes a diminution known as ",yocoteN which it colrated
>.: MRS. KATZ GIVES kola"A as of the Kissimmee Gazette, of the weather bureau, Unit in the rainfall it haa its compel on a fairly large-scale in at*,
Most enjoyable and Inspiring wa. of Kissimmee copy Florida, contains ai ed States department of agriculture, sating' features in the fact that a sections, the other a wild brown
j i,I ,CARD, PARTY LUNCHEON the meeting of the Woman's Clul announcement of the opening of ai at that point. In marked contrast to more comfortable climate I. created. of the genus Phaseolus. The !ate!
Mrs. Edgar Kate entertained( Informally which was held at the Chapter Hous oil station in that city by H. C. Han- some of the southern sea coasts grows very abundantly along sups,
very delightful two tables o;, on Tuesday afternoon. After the routine formerly of Langdon. Mr. Hanson where stagnant conditions are fre- PROMISING PARASITE FOUND In southern Mexico climbing bbwand
p': bridge at a luncheon Wednesda:, of business, with Mrs. S. B. Ault son, has named his station 'North quent, at Corpus Christ the breeze FOR MEXICAN BEAN BEETLE other vegetation and the ratLi
: morning at her home on Bryan street man in the chair, Mrs. Alice Parke;: Dakota Filling Station.' It Is "quit becomes a fresh strong southeast entomology leathery foliage which it produce ]II
I/\1; A color scheme of pink and white"! .read a most excellent report of the< evident that liana I is not at all afraic wind in the afternoons,'blowing 20 to Efforts of the bureau seldom attacked by the bean beBy
', : was effectively carried out In the decorators social service worker's meeting at St to let folks know that he hails from 30 miles or more an hour and some- of the United States departmentof so that there is a possibility'of UUi
r- roses and candy tuft being Petersburg: Mrs. G. Wr Best chair, North Dakota. The also contained times continuing all night. Debilitating agriculture to find a way to con- bean proving' of value for hybriditbj
used.After several interesting rub.. man of the child's welfare'committee, a interesting paper item regarding calms are relatively few on the trol the Mexican bean beetle, whichis with cultivated varieties Ito breed
,: bers. it was found that Mrs II. S. told of a Clinic to be put on by the the shipment'very of 75,000 quarts of Corpus Christi coast, while the high rapidly spreading in the southeastern resistant .stock. ,a
Geiger made highest gcore,_and was state board of health in Klssimmei. strawberries in refrigerator cars tc wind movement prevents the dampness and south central states have ',I
awarded a mayonnnaise dish;- Mrs. at an early dater and asked the cooperation northern markets. Another item of and sultriness dreaded in other been rewarded by the discovery of a Com; peanuts and hogs malt, ,
Roy Starbird scored next, anil received of this club. Thin' was interest referred to the war being subtropical regions. very premising parasite. A repre oaying combination.. Take care of the
a pair of silk hone, while Mm. readily given. A donation to the Boy waged to clean mosquitoes in that The cause of this unusual sea sentative of the bureau discovered in coming crop of pigs plant plenty 01
Dale was consoled with a box of fan- Scout drive was made. The electionof section and thus up eliminate all dangerof breeze, which is the swiftest and Mexico a tachinid fly parasite that corn and peanuts and the fall ant
,,I cocktail,, creamed chicken in patties,, as follows: March 17 mayor as the day for all plained by the weather bureau as due the genus to which the bean beetle in dollars and cents. 't,
) beets hot biscuits Nelson Makinson, president of the hinterlandof belongs and seems to restrict itselfto
_ :new potatoes, buttered Mrs. ; citizens to co-operate with officials in to the topography
tomato salad, fruit parfait, Mrs J. Z, Roberson first' vicepresident the campaign against mosquitoes."The Corpus Christi and the contour of that 'genus. It was impossible fora .A soap and tobacco decoction, Pro
cake Iced tea and mints, waa served. : Mrs. George T. Sigler, second editor of that carriestwo the coast line at this point. Barren very high fatality among the larvaeor erly prepared and applied, meat
Those enjoying the \ice-prcsident; Mrs. Alice Parker, recording nice statements paper in big typealongside plains, devoid Of marshes' ', rise gradually young of the beetle in the Valleyof death to the melon aphid. This iniei
t charminghostess were Mesdames I'It'cretaryIn.' : John Pugh, very the name of the paper. behind Corpus Christi Bay, extending Mexico and at Cuernavaca. In the la a dangerous pest of cucumben: ',
t Geiger, Dale, Farmer, Starbird Co treasurer; Mrs. J. M. Duncan, corresponding These statements as follows: 'inland for 30 miles. The neighborhood of 2tX)0; living pupariaof cantaloupes, squashes watermelon
ble, Glasscock, of Kentucky, Smith of secretary and :Mrs. Paul 'Publishing the truth can harm no curve in the coast line at Corpus this fly were sent to the Birmingham and) other related, plants. (
Pittsburgh, and Miss pilley. Stanley, reporter. Mrs. L. II. Ingram action" and "Only wrongdoers Christi allows the predominating Ala., laboratory, and from thismaterial
just ', and
and Mrs. S. R. Aultman were made the southeast wind to strike the shore at the entomologist in chargeof Thorough spraying picking up
w. "-- executive board and dread publicity press gives. virtually the has succeeded in destroying drops and frequent cult)/
CASINO SECRETARY members of the be such an angle that it meets with laboratory
he to
"We think ought a pretty
1 IS MARRIED TUESDAY Miss -itner and Miss Deals honorary fellow to send of the no resistance from a land sure rearing; one generation from native vation are the control measures for
;. m'mbers.Irs.: S. B. Aultman good "a ccpy lace before reaching the coast It bean-beetle larvce.: A considerable I the insect pest which causes wormy;
R. R. Johnson, secretary and chief delightfully rendered two solos on the Martin Tabert story. referred therefore comes over Corpus Christi number of puparia are now being held peaches. Ask your county agent or
D h operator of the Casino theatre, was violin, accompanied by :Mrs. R. M. ,The Martin Tabert story with practically the. same velocity it in hibernation for the, coming spring.Ladies' home demonstration agent about H.
booklet issued Langdon
to is by
at a :
married Tuesday evening at 6:20:
: .
Anj'as.11'8.: : Aultman; In a splendid
i the Catholic church, to hiss: Helen address, thanked all the officers and Commercial Club, reciting the hillt-ry _h_ -_.- --, ,- .- -----------1"
: Raith, of La Crosse, Wisconsin, the (committees for the help they hadgiven of Martin Tabert, of Munich, North
Dakota who died in Dixie county
Rev. Father W. B. Golden performing
the andturnl'd
; her during pant year
the cereminy.! C. C. Jordan acted as Florida, while under private louse
3 the gavel over to Mrs Nelson from Leon a victim of the
while county
heat man Mrs'I was ma- Ault-
:Makinson; who presented MIR.
Iron of honor, and little Aeldgrytha heinous countyconvict leasing vs-
with bunch of flowers
f man n large
Jordan, flower irirl. Mr. and Mrs. em"in \rfjue in some pacts of Kloi
+ Johnson, both of whom formerly lived on behalf of the club ida. JV., HiKKinbotliani, a guard, I
also record
The club went en as
r ... La Cro---i, are domiciled at the is now under arrest in Dixie countychm'jCl'd I
I being in favor of abolishing the pitsent vith murder in the first degree -
residence of W. B. Harris nt ('apeBreeze
!leasing of the eonviit system,
: where they have started ; write following investigations which I
house keeping.The i secretary was instructed to ale alleged to have disclored that headministered DOLLARLIITREMOVAL
f o)n-ola county's representative to
bridal 'party was ntl"'lainpd thieffect.. u severe flogging toyoung
"' and :Mrs. C, Tabeit from which he never
It Tuesday evening by Mr: I Mr*, Roy Starbird chairman of the
1, C. Jordan at their home, the other recovered.
civic department of the club, is calling
for this
Misses Frances The system 'responsible
J guests present being
; I social and business meeting
r'1 Tress, Mayme Pilley, Lucy Lupfer that department for Monday evening stain upon the name of Florida,
'. Lucy Lupfer, :Mts. A. Tress. and MesI I,, will undoubtedly be wiped out duringthe
ut 7:30: o'clock, at the Chapter House
and Messrs. Lawrence present session. of the legislature.
{ $ Mrs. A. Trees, I All
members are earnestly requestedto
Tress, Bill Smith, and Leroy Leslie. Commissioner McRae started a fight
r to on against it several months ago, and

: r CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WOULD PROTECT THE the movement haM grown rapidly. At
, GOES AFTER A HOTEL FISH AND Tl'RKEYS least a half dozen bills looking to its
i' eradication have been drawn up by
, 'f
, t Yesterday's meeting' of the Chamber (("onttnu d from rICe und ns many legislators for introduction SALESTILL

;, of Cqmmerce, was primarily a will be held to receive the petition, I in, the present legislature. The little
! discussion of the need for a new and and consider the matter handful of men who still argue
first class, big lobbied, guest-aUra ting County Engineer Joe Johnston reported for the system probably received 1, hotel. Nelson Makinson, vice- a surplus of cement left over their severest set back by the pub-
I president of the chamber presided in I after finishing the road work on the lication recently of the pamphlet
, i the absence of President Katz and Ocean-to-Gulf highway, and asked above referred to.
'_ advocated that the chamber The administration is in favor of
vigorously : instructions as to disposing of it.
P .; really get busy behind somethingto This brought up again the question its eradication and the large: majorityof GOING ON-CLOSES MONDAY
look NIGHT
accomplish. Edgar Katz believedthe of a curbing in front of the courthouse Florida people confidently ,
: most important thing for Kissim- together with other needed im forward to action by the legislaturewhich '
mee to do was to take definite action provements. The matter was deferred while not righting the wrongs '
t toward securing a new first-class ho- for action until tomorrow's special which have been done, will prevent
, tel. Messrs. Steed, Aultman Stanford future crimes of similar nature.Boy .
,ti and Cadel each made remarks Bids meeting.were received from the Osce-: REMEMBER THE NEW LOCAIIOH-CRANIBAH FURNITURE GO'SOLD STAND
advocating either a new hotel 1 or remodeling ola Hardware Company and Kissimmee SCOt'T DAYS AT
't. the largest' of the present Plumbing Shop for installationof CASINO NEXT WEEK

hostelries I with the majority f ) of the water system' in the court house and of next weak
opinion in favor of a strictly new one. grounds no definite action being: taken will Monday be Boy Scout Tuesday nights at the Ca- GINGHAMS 5c per Yard-Extra Special for Saturday, 9:00 A. M.

time Everybody was ripe seemed to do something to think the beside 'I the matter lying over until tomorrow sino theatreThe toys will get a We will sell 15c Ginghams for 5c per Yard. Limit 5 Yards to cus
to investigate the feasibilityof share of the proceeds, and are outselling
talking, and a committee was appointed ,I various plans suggested.The / . tickets now tomer. No children under 12.
to take definite steps toward commissioners voted S20 to ,

making a modern hotel in Kissimmee pay the milk bill for the school lunchroom EXPORTS OF WHEAT DECREASEThe Dress 495. Sizes 16 40. One of the
a reality. The committee appointed half. of the amount being paid I Special- to largest dress

'f'' consist Katz of John, and S. Cadel M. chairman Johnston.; jy the city. The school lunch room United States exported 46- houses in New York shipped us this week 25 Dresses that formerlysold

Edgar It was decided James that the luncheon came No little in for merriment much praise.was caused by wheat 000,000 during bushels: the or last 24 six percent months, less of for $15.00 to $25.00, to close out for them. We offer them Sat "

i. ' meetings of should Thursdays be held, beginning Wednesdaysinstead Wednesday he fallahassee argument to as to the who, conference should go of to 1922 1921.than according during,to the, same reports period of the of urday, only, for $4.95. ,Think of it, some slightly damaged. None

..' April 18. ounty_officials, every\',member of the United States department of agricul i taken back-none exchanged. (Only, took us 30 minutes to sell 50

', UNCLE STEVE" HIRES board being most anxious to-let the ture. During: this period exports to of these .in Lakeland last week.)
TIIAT HE'S ON THE JOB I other fellow po. Good and sufficient China and France were more than M
t-i'" reasons why each could not get awaywere double for the same period of 1921; '
: The following; telegram was received presented. It was definitely decided but Belgium Germany! Italy. Neth-
t Tuesday afternoon: ; that Pat Johnston attorney for erlands, and the United Kingdomtook
White Oxfords and Another
Editor Kissimmee Gazette, the hoard, should attend and it finally from 23 percent to 54 percent Pumps shipment of those Straw
!If Kissimmee, Florida. looked as if the other conferee less than they did in 1921, and Japan Hats for Men.. Only
Legislature convened twelve today.T. would be E- L D. Ovorstreet or A. took less than half as much as in $1.39Silks (
T. Turnbull president of senate; 1-'. Bass. The choice was adjusted 1921. 98c
L. D. Edge speaker house. All members during the noon recess and A. F. Bass .
present and ready for work.' was the commissioner designated.The She-"What"is this dark hair doing of all kinds-We mention a _
:nyour coat?
Gazette's Job department Is He-"That is the suit I wore last few numbers to show you how we Received this Week: Big ship-
e'' Save all trees for lumber that will equipped to do all kinds of job print. /ear.. I expect the hair has been ont sell them de'Chine
Crepe yard ment of Sateen
;r make lumber. Use only defectiveones big on short notice and at reasonable ever since you were a brunette, ; Underwear for
for firewood. prices. learest." $1.69Taffeta Ladies to go in Sale Saturday and


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Work is No Longer Toil _- year, that sold for 75c per yard. Spool Thread per Spool

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