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 13, 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: VID01111
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
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g THE McCROBY STORE ; OFFICERS, YESTERDAY- Packing. : House- Secured' and Standtrd' B..IH" ,a -And< Professional Women McGOWAN SUIT 'STARTS THURSDAYFirst

Pack Is Being Sent To.Northern" Will Dance Among The Tables ,
-:. I Markets,h Mixed Car Lots Hf "
1' For A Worthy Cause
"+I Owner.Begins Operations lln Unanintous'ChoiceFor: The _; Jury Finds For DefendantIn Game Of The Season'
The rear 'efthe warehouses of the Millie and Tillie have passed.. to an
::t Kissimmee And ExpectsTo Officers And Ten Named Kissimmee Wholesale Grocery' this untimely! demise. The cute little boys $50,000 Damage Suit Will Draw Big Crowd To t

i Open Store'In. May For Governor's Board week presented a 'sight which madeone's who were to experience their first In Circuit Court Auction Of Parkings '
.It has been .
: *. mouth water. converted day at school have been granted a

'fk Another Impetus was given' to Kisaimmee Yesterday''was nomination' day at Into' a packing*house" for. cucumbers U. respite from the arduous educational After being out for an hour and All out for the first game of the sea. f,"

-.,* this week when the owner of the Chamber of Commerce. Nominees also in primarily while though the squash at the duties which confronted them. The ten minutes the jury in the $60,000 son! It's here at last or at least it's almost (.
evidence multitudes
"f the famous chain of five and ten cent were put ,on the ticket.which cars loaded expectant who were plan damage suit of D. R. McGowan here. It will be here sure enough "
'*!:%stores, 'with his 'various superintendt -. will be'voted wpon at the regular edge with of beans the'and building are being in addition. ning to visit the "first day of school"are against the City of Kissimmee returned next Thursday. afternoon when the II.
'. 4 ents. started definite measure toward meeting of May 2.. There wasn't potatoes disappointed.' But they should a verdict for The cowpunchers action
mixed load rolled for ,
Monday a car not be. For more timeawaits willCollege
*ft establishing{ the first McCrory store much Divergence of opinion regardingthe 70 barrels of a interesting suit was one of the best fought cases against of Lake
.,...; In this city. With the reputation for officers, all of them '''getting the Chicago 28 containing of 80 potatoes of 'them.They ever heard in the local courts neither land. Kisslrxmee played a little practice .:
hamper ,
If:fgood'business Judgment which, the nominations unanimously.- ; potatoes the will be carrie t back to the Bide delaying the court,or the jury. game with Saint Cloud yesterday
beans six and
squash, of
T* management of these stores has, Klssimmees J. E. Lupfer was -nominated for finest, cucumbers' one ever: laid days-P. P. when popplngcorb.Nattime Colonel.W. M. Toomer >for the plain for, the purpose', of' getting a line on r
future ts once again attestJ&ed president ; He rose to''the occasion .. .Wednesday the number of eyeson. encumbers for merry revelers and shapely tiff'and Cary: D. Landis for the city, themselves, trying- out new material "
,) !t by this concrete evidence: '. and hi. feet1' to decline -the nomination was about the same but 105 salutations I both made masterful arguments .to plus and so on, and are all ready for '
: J. G. McCrory, head of. the many but thehouse was calling for barrel. of potatoes-completed the cat. the jury. Colonel 'Toomer was associated next week's game ,with the, collegiate '",
:- stores .which, bear his name, arrived qu..tion.and he didn't -get very far Another ts loaded today. music'' permeated' the perfumed at.mosplwrs with Johnston and Garrett, for swatters. r H r
*,lin Kissimmee. Monday with his superintendent with hi. protestation. Mr. ,Lupferwas car Lightsey being is in ofthe Lf and lights burned low. Mr. McGowan, 'while Messrs. Land'sand Practically' all the stores will be' :if
Henry' charge
of construnction L. F. the' the strawberry and packing,. and thepatkinl' Carried back-in' memory that Is, by Hull- of Landis, Fish and 'Hut!.' closed for the afternoon and a record ....
; Klekamp and his inspector of stores, enterprise, which Is 'generally char house is a joint enterprise of Mes-. a.setting reminiscent of the old times, represented the city with Kribbs and crowd Is anticipated, not only because "
.', acterised "the best; thing that but minus: the undesirable features it. will be the start of ,
)I. B. Shelton. They Immediatelyplunged as ever Collins Wilcex, Steed city attorneys. Messrs. Gar- things again, .
srs. Lupfer Ingram,
,f into the work of inspection happened for Kissimmee," and the and other of the largest shippers. The which left/the bitter taste mingled rett and Steed appeared for the 'two but on that occasion will come the '.','
.1 and planning for the McCrory prop- non-divergent attitude of the largest old packing house of Osceola Growersis with the sweet. The wealthy water local firms. chance' to' get your favorite'parking
E.V4 rtles on Broadway and Darlington. meeting of the chamber for Many not to handle the and commandment by ,theeighteenth The suit grew out of an accidenton The system of designating '
I-?/The former location of the Stanley moons was that he ts the man to lead adequate and; the proprietors of the ,, will be succeeded May 23, 1921, near the corner of these places will be by' popular auction '
e Pharmacy will become the five and the Chamber through the comingyear. have for by less stimulating beverages, Vine and Bermuda avenues, which and the favorite places will go
ten cent store. The old state bank all present enterprise and small arranged to bring but the lights I the dancing girls, the resulted in Mr. McGowan's losing his to the highest- bidder. Be on hand .
Carson Farmer is the nominee for growers large ayeo and ubiquitous with check book and trial bal .
end the older city hall will be 're- their cucumbers and to the picareen right arm and Injuring his left. While your
:to modelled. In the case 6f the exdtyI vice-president, that also being a warehouse for standard: squash grading and pour re, will mingle with the working as a lineman for the Kiftsim- ance because some of those places are t
unanimous choice. John S. Cadel's strains of music, and the morning to cost i'
building considerable demolition will A small is made tocover mee Telephone Company he came in going you money: judging by
." ''precede considerable construction and'the name was placed In, nomination, or packing.this and the charge small benefits after the night before will not depletethe contact with a wire of the city light the enthusiastic talk of the people .,",
""' rear of the new building will be rather, was started to be so placed 0 by the carlot shipment grower and the refrigerator. company, carrying 2300 volts, which who are pointing out the'''hare my .,
used for a stock room while the front but he convinced the members that standard pack., The independent shippers The Purple Cat Cabaret will be the the testimony showed, had been fastened parking place is going to be." ....'.j.
t, will be fitted for Broadway he had served as president and as and the members of the Growers scene ef all the merriment. The Business to the top of the telephone com Manager Lupfer announced at yes ', ,
.. front will be completely remodeled vice-president so recently that other association both the facilities and Professional Woman's Club pany's pole by a telephone company terday's meeting ot..the Chamber of ,
are using -
and an up'to-dateglass front in- choice should be made and they allowed thus offered. Each man's shipment will be the proprietors, and the general lineman. Thinking the light wire was Commerce that the regular price for '"* 'a
''t sttfed.JaN'i/ ; ,r- /Tn T v him'to .withdraw.his name. marked under his own public will be the patrons. Bouncers causing induction on the telephonewire games this year is going to be thirty- f
.. o J: M. Willson .-tile'unanimous goes five cents. The team expects to blossom .i.t<
-Mr. KJekamp, Ole ..McCroryJ-! was the members nave not been announced. The Mr. McGowan unfastened the
structlon, roan; win remain in KlssimJme choice treasnrer.-'That's really all name consign though in th name grower of Osceola Growers location will be at Fireman's hall and light wire, letting it swing to its -out Thursday's '*lefts ;)
..m st of the time daring the remodeling that needs to be said about; him as "J. but receive, their checks individually the date will be next Friday April proper position, while he tested the new uniforms and a dazzling bunch of .\
Jwork.' !.'tWilllOn". "'and'' .."treasurer" have and direct from the northern 20. Mrs. J. D. Newby will be In chargeof phone wire. Finding no induction he cow punchers will show the fans how ':J.
Inspector, said he could not give the come to be considered as sort of syaonoraous. market thus helping to maintain the the program and the menu, Mrs. proceeded to refasten the light wireto the early season games are< -played.Yesterday's : ,If
definite date for the opening oft the ''terms. Growers which not George Gardner will rule' over the the top of the pole during whicha practice""game 'with \
,. new store but estimated.thaU the -FIve .mel bera of the board of governors at maintain sufficiently can music, Mrs. Lillian Deyoreo the decorator circuit was created by his arm. He Saint Cloud resulted In a 16 to 6 ''G.
Kissimmee store which will make the are to be elected on May 2, large present employed force a to distribute while Miss Margaret Stanford was severely burned and slid down score for the cowpunchers, the ..,at.
twenty-eighth cCrory.atore in Fler- and eleven _nominatiops were made i checks through the association will be directress. The chorus of the pole unconscious later having the fest being called off at the seventhinning. ,1
..4 open about the. The.list of menfrom whom, gb. five promptly and the' dancing and singing. girls will be led right arm amputated. Chubb demonstrated that he !
offices same
t DUa ofiilayhey ; wllI be chosen as "onai"ate.r yeater. remittance .. if shi pee.individually.Each by Miss Patsy Maktnson and will include Counsel for the plaintiff claimed had the goods on the old ball again 1f.:
day, are: Dr. H. S. Geiger GeorgeW. haste choice of Misses Vivian Floyd. Madge that the city was negligent becausea this : and Stratton Story, was r
NEW RULES TOrKEEP persons,.'pat Johnston, J. M. John- shipper in the-. city' to which the consignee ear Rivers, Dot Maklnson/ Kathleen MUler portion of the light wire was unin given a debut in the box. l
"' iton Bj Donghten, Leo H. Wilson, Perm Oliver, and Margaret Brun- sulated and'because the city permitted "
SCHOOLS' HIGH CLASSResolutions Holmes,Prather, Dr. T. M. Rivera goes.Rev. 10...- There will be solo dancers who the wire to unduly sag. The de- LEGION ,PLAY LOOKS .
.' Howard -M: Kate W. J. Steed andNelson and Mrs. IL. S. Rightsmlre, will be announced next week and a fense maintained that the wire had LIKE A BIG WINNER ,'
i Adopted By Couaty Beer Maklnson. Pat Johnston and and other friends from Daytona, droveto veiled dancer remains a mystery to been drawn out of its proper positionby '
-Which. -Aessire the Ce ....e'WPresent B.- B.. Doughten each presented a-plea Klsaimmee Monday to visit Mr. and pique' the curiosity Misses Wenner a telephone employee, and fastened Rehearsals Under Way For:TII:"Kg -2.
ExcellentStandards non-consideration of their" names. Mrs. M. S. Shelton. Mr.Shelton is and .Sawyer constitute the publicity to the top of the telephone pole Four Act Play: Which American .p.;
i ...As.before stated, theo meeting" was store inspector for the McCrory stores committee. __ without the knowledge and consent ofthe Legion Will Present "'.
..fTMentlon'" tnade ierlii'treeky.1..s.of thelargest- for.some time. And and was In Kissimmee on business Sa The cabaret being- instituted by city, and that the plaintiff contributed Boos .
The Gaatte.of the' resolution I !these who [were >'not there missedsomething. connection with the opening of their the dub for the. purpose of augmenting to his injury by his own' negligence Rehearsals for the ,American Legion '
a:|adopted by the County Board of Pub' : ;13. M. .Willson, ',iin< Intro- store next month. the funds of the Boy Scouts. in handling the light wire : play; a Broadway success of recent -, ,1-
' ,looking toward maintaining the high Howard A. Kelly, of Baltimorerreminded and by not acting as an ordinary prudent -I Missing Men," ,are movln&,'.merrilJ' ', '4
. standard. of the echoola of.Osceola his hearers that Klsshnmee- FINDS PAYING: USE GRAND JURY .FINOS man should\ have acted under 1 along, with a cast that promises to ,
Bounty.' Osceola High.'School has for at that time became in the same classas the 'circumstances. The defense based. develop very:-unusual strength: and ..' 2t"
*v the past decadebeen upon the aeered. I Paris and other European.. centers, their position' on. these;;points'and high. degree'of artistic n h.: s
.Mlted list;of to Southern Association,. in.that DjvJCelly's,.wditnces, .include 4 -FOR1ERRY: :CUtIS lIGHT :JftUf Bllls daimed'that there wouldhave been '}speaking of.the program,.,Director -.,..';
1 !!of>Colleges .which distinction Is'gi-'' those 'plaee.. Dr. Kelly spoke in .. ". . no Injury. had It not been'fot'tb. arts- a. en to high schools maintaining very vein which considerably surprised [ Exonerates of negligence of the plaintiff.It i ing delighted with the. progress thus {
. 7 high. standards.' Graduates from. high I some,of his bearers who had expected Strawberry Culture LookingBetter Guy! HammackOn was shown that the Kissimmee far made and is emphatic in assuringthe

, < t schools on this'.list may enter the .as one man said, "some dry' medical Than Ever' Before Charges Preferred By Telephone Company had made a settlement public a production that,will longbe
.\ southern colleges without 'entrance talk.", Thai/ learned and popular with Mr. McGowan before the remembered as a.distinct dramatic rr;
L examinations,. on account of the doctor,.however, was not "dry" and As .Crush Is Perfected The St. ,Cloud.Women, suit. was paying him triumph.- -" .- .-. 7" -
affiliation olr the Southern i Association was not ''"medical.! lie talked chiefly $500 cash all hospitaly and medical ,The.selection of;a play is an.item
, with .the collegiate .associations upon citisenahip.and what it meant. ..The 'strawberry business had'taken The grand jury finished its work expenses, and six months' salary, ef first ; the exercise: ,of .
'In other parts 'v C' Z e-eouatry, practically '-"The.important thing for all citlsens a long leap forward lately. A few of yesterday afternoon and made its which settlement in round numbers proper importance n this direction
.nssures.'thls-same -entrance tony to do'tJr this day,-when the life the growers were somewhat disappointed presentment to the court.: amounted to approximately $1400. means the battle half won. An ordinary ?"a the country of the country is threatened by propaganda on the first year's-berry campaign That body reported upon the usual George P. Garrett of counsel for presentation of a good plajr is
, .The high school at Saint Cloud also of various sorts is to uphold in Osceola county on accountof procedure of' investigation'of county I the plaintiff asked the court for four more satisfactory to an audience than
... all ,the. requirements' of the fundamental righteousness, by the practically unheard-of condi- Institutions,' made recommendations days in which to prepare'motion for an excellent presentation of .an ordinary "
. ,q'mMta v'Association except as to supporting constituted authorities and tions which brought low markets. regarding unsatisfactory bridges on a new trial. The case was heard by play but the Legion night
strength In the two highest taking a firm stand for law and order. Most of them, however are planning the Dixie Highway, reported the Hon. C. O. Andrews judge of the cir Wednesday, April 25, will bring forthan
lift' '! classes. With the continuance of Increased Dont joke about serious things," on going in for berries stronger this' county jail and the county poor farmIn : cuit court of the 17th judicial circuit excellent production of an excel.
Uw*'* attendance in that high school he said.; "The. eighteenth amendmenthas year than they did last realising excellent condition and commended I The jury was composed of J. A. Bar lent play. -
J It will in all but a :year had more jokes made at its expense that a repetition of this year's conditions ; Dave Bass, poor farm superintendent clay. Joe Taylor, Ernest Shiver D. The ,cast for "The Port of Missing
[ or so nnttl it .meet the full require than probably/anr; other part is extremely unlikely. And now for the excellence of his regime.It N. Davis, W. A. Hill and F. Byron Men" will be announced next week.
[ ,'. rent aJlO."'the grade schools of the of our constitution.. but I am not referring comes Taylor; Tindall with a system criticised conditions at the court Amea. The Legion's Country Store made th
f county aN alas of Avery high standsurd. 'to that-tIOlel.4" -AU-laws for which is already working, and which house. It thanked State' Attorney The circuit court opened Monday, its second appearance.Wec1Jaeaclar:
a; > The resolutions lIdopteCl, bY.the the common good are serious. matters promises much for the future, so Joseph II. Jones for his assistance April 9, at 10 a. nu, with lion. C. O.' night and another bunch of fine pris
<*;; J!*purpose of Improving the standards Dr. Kelly urged men to take their industry will probably go forward rases which had been presented to it. Jones, state's attorney; L. R. Farmer the lucky: numbers. Nathan Bryanpost' ,
)} ".*as..tIIey'.re.formaintalDInC those of religion into politics. He made the with unprecedented success.When In the cases of the State of Floridavs. o sheriff; and J. L. Overstreet clerk. adjutant, and Allison French. ofthe
the present although the adoption of distinction between that and taking the markets got so low that James Ellis for grand larceny, After a prayer by the Rev. J. A. Sut- committee, assisted by Hunter y i
..*i these, make politics -into ::"1"elidoa" ,';1U1Dta1n1nc there was little if any profit in pick. and against Cary Reed for the same ton the sheriff made return on the Dillard as custodian of the live stock, w..r
fcfor 'principlesefficiency and conseflquent that. If the horse is not put before ing and packing them, Mr. Tindall I offense, it found no indictment. In regular venire, reporting J. A. Par- officiated in giving away nearly fifty -
Improvement as to.standard. the cart. religion should,have its effect searched for an outlet for his berries. ; the two cases against Guy Hammack, rish and B. F. Whidden not served dollars worth of fine prizes. Luck
& The''resolutions thel "In political affairs.. It is the Hii patch was a little later than I one preferred by Mrs. Maud Vcck-: and all the other jurors present. The seemed to center arouitd Miss Kath-
.*, adopted by; church people, he said, who elect the some, and was in full bearing when' rodt and the other by Mrs. Lela court excused Mike Peterson B. Funk crane Wyckoff, high school teacher,
board are. as follows: bad officials, where:they..are elected, the others were just -about finishing Strewing, both of Saint Cloud, it also Mid S. B. Story. Eighteen names and she drew the first prize given
...V Whereas: 'The efficiency and success by staying away from the polls. He up. lie found a method of using the I made return with the. endorsement drawn for the grand jury, the names and another one later on. 'She was
.' of ;our public schools depend urged men and women to apply their berries for an ice crea"i crush which "not a true bill." drawn being: H. R. Crowder Young the recipient of a ten pound cream
I largely upon the education and train- religion not only in _matters of self would allow a substantial profit, and, I Eight true bills were returned how Tindall, Spencer Tyson Ordia Bass, cheese from the People's Market and n
J ing-of the teacher. employed; and, and family, but in. their social, com after trying' out the method easily ever. the defendents in two of which Josh Ferguson, Alberta Arnold, Lewis later got a triplicate aluminum cook'a
J n Whereas: It Is highly desirable mercial, and political relations. booked orders for. several barrels of are already under arrest. These Bass, J. H. Weaver, J. A. Minnick, ing set which the legionnaires
that the public schools be conducted the crush. were both indicted for murder G. L. Bronson, 'J. C. Griffin C. F. purchased from the Grantham Fur-' :
J by the very, best talent available for Rev. M. B. Ayres left Wednesday Mr. Tindall found that he could not one being against Joe McBride Johnson W. L Bullock J. O. Cow- niture Company. A man got the
the purpose; therefore morning for Tampa and Clearwaterfor only use all of his own berries, but colored, for the murderof ger, C. C. Davis J. E. Montgomery lady's sweater and a lady got the ?
4 Be It Resolved by the Board of a short visit with his parents, who would need a lot more. He is now George Daughtry, colored, whose B. F. Cobb, Jr. and W. O. Tanner.C. men's hose I W. E. Johnson was the y:&
Public Instruction of Osceola Coun- will leave Sunday for New York. He therefore buying all the berries he body was found on the railroad tracks F. Johnson was made foreman of lucky holder of the ticket for the X
ty, Florida That all teachers employ expects to return tomorrow. can get, paying ten cents a field quart near Kenansville two weekse ago. the grand! Jury, and W. L. Bullock fine lady's sweater from the Lyle'y the county and those who may for them. This eliminates the'cost of The other indictment was against clerk. T. J. rnold was appointersbailiff Story store, while Miss Lillie Hanson
expect to apply for york in the county packing and the 'cost of strawberrycups Levi Robson. colored, alias Levi Robinson for the grand Jury and that the half dozen pairs of men's
be notified the course for (graduation. ,'. for the murder of McKinly chambers. hose Gilbert' haberdashery. i
: ranboudhwillb ittohig year as he returns the cups to the body withdrew to Its from Fred
eoun consider h Be It Further Resolved: That It.t i* growers. Berries, _desirable-foE-them.iaaYail themselves the sense of this board that teachers are just as good for his purpose as year -_.- .- Lewis L. Taylor a damage suit of a fine Ansco 2A camera '
of the opportunities' to attend summer of inferior 'qurdiflcations'shall' not bs the 'lan..,. stock. Of- course decaying for $5000 in regard to payment of bought by the legionnaires from Wit
schools and tq, otherwise show injcreaaed assigned to teach in the schools of berries will not 'do, or those which NEGROLEGGER" CAUGHT money-resulting from insurance policies ders Studio and Murray Tanner (got
qualifications from year to the county when it la at all possibleto are for -any other cause; but WITH :THIRTEEN GALLONS the jury found for the plaintiffand the beautiful deer skin rug which a

*:yeaivBe.It secure the services ofpersons presenting ."leak, or, mutilated berries Thirteen was the unlucky ,, number, assessed damages at $1946.66 Nelson MakinEon donated for the Legion
Further Resolved: That ,the higher qualifications and that so long: as' they i are, firm for and Friday the unlucky day, for Garret plus Interest at 6 percent from July store. Mrs. Max Croxton got a
board in, future' win not employ or All trustees principals' and ethers transporting to' his;/factory, are. satisfactory Robinson, bootlegger. Chiefof 16, 1917, to date. ledger and Davis, live Belgian hare the mate to which ''
assign, any f teacher ,,or 'teachers !who connected with the publics-schools for his purpose.Mr. . Dr negro last night counsel for the defendant, gave notice is expected to be given next wee t
I Police Friday
hold less than, second grade certlflt -, the county be and they are hereby Tindall feels that this cold process between nine K&8ra.and ten o'clock found of motion for a new trial. The Next Wednesday's American/
cates based upon high school gradnaAi'tlon called upon to co-operate 'with the of making the "crash" will Insure Robinson and his car at the cornor of The First National Bank of Gainesville pun:; Country Store wjIH *ve- other 1'-
1 or its equivalentf unless it isi county school board and the county the stability 'of the strawberry Robinson and Orange avenues, with in its suit against W. I. Barber fine set of prizes, andwitt be put on
t'tound i .. the various superintendent "looking to the improvement business, by providing continuous thirteen of 'hooch." Robinson accepted judgment in the amountof In conjunction with Peter B. Kyne's a
*-yoaitlons 'without k the employment' of of the class of Instruction- use for culls the entire season, as wellas seemed in quarts hurry to depart, but the the face of the note concerned, and famous picture "Kindred Of.,The
? Be It- Further Resojved; That In Be'It Further Resolved: That it Is small berriee'otherwlee good, as the dollar bond which he forfeited without going to the jury. shows at the Casino during.the week.
.future this board will not employ orassign not the purpose of the board-to mint- seasons draw to a close. Growers who up a the next morning when his Thursday the case of Annie Turner Prizes: go only to holders -of tickets
: any teacher or teachers to any mize'the qualifications of a large majority anticipate,far better prices next year in mayor's court. of Orlando, against W. H. Wier, who are present; at the Country Storeon
of the below the.high ..choolt1eJltrtment.i of. our teachers, but to lay case came up ,the legionnaires ex-
, grades for fancy berries, are watching developments Another forfeited bond was that ofArthur replevin, the jury fOlVd.f r Wednesday
of,rthe .Klsdmmu'asd stress upon the lack ..f-qualifications In the new. industry with Clark of Orlando whom Mr. plaintiff on a directed verdict and pect to give away a valuable goat
I} '13t. Cloud schools who .))1old.1euUtan;:: of a number of them and to call upon considerable interest, as profitable DrifrKers arrested Sunday for being fixed the cost of the Studebaker car next week and a number of peopleare
first grade"certificates with I the addi- them'to raise their qualifications : . the Legions
f disposition -non-fancy",berries .dur drunk. replevined at, $550.; Levi Robson, planning on getting
:" tlonfof twRJear&, "eueeeedu)- teaching they;anticipate I teaching ',Osceola Increase the !
( ing the season will materially for murder by grand jury. goat ___ __ (
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training fn. poantyinth.futu e. *t '
experience 91 two years a f' jh. profits of the business, ACREE INTRODUCES entered a plea "guilty.
standard 'ri f'Dlal"! e1toolJvO"'WUd\ r. -secretary is hereby'' authorised A A BOOZE MEASURE S. P. Coates,. of Saint Petersburg, i
.perlence and training as'fn'' the opin- to place a copy of this resolution; Wh'is the masked dancer at the Mrs.'Wills Steed i. being welcomed I and G. L. Sourman of Tampa,were ,
lion of.the board wev4 .be.jeqf Ivalfntto the hand of! .every teacher and school Purple Cat Cabaret tr. TaUah; .aee. April 11.-It- woo tt be back tdo her' duties at the city hall and guests at the Newby Inn..:this,weekv, p

,. ., such'qualifications- except'in'the official m the county, and to make "unlawful1,.for a sheriff deputyor her other. activities, after, a month's
flat, second and.third grades of saidLm plans toward the execution of.the SEALED BIDS. a ? \ any. Other4. police officer in this state, iUn....,. '. '" ,\' ,." ;', 'l ST. CLOUDLOCAL iM a
...1Ie ls,'- tefccbers,I hAUS* statH prig. conditions heigei& ,
sf"th hgit chool:'year 19 :::11 ':; L.t";)!: liquor.under..-the .drastic'.limitations MASS MEETING ; - '' '' "
m 11}." t't fi.<.". J'It.' 1 '_ .{&O'r.I'pacIf: eonassle. impose 4. tapon-those. ngntbl'la; >> The Woman's"Improvement. Crab N
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There was a :young: fellow named
Them Grow \
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lie had the right key .
In the keyhole you Bee, [O'Molene cure k *p
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: "; KRIBBS & STEED It Takes Real Mule Power !

: Alloram and ,.oa...l.r at Law \t'

: : : HUdmnrr, Klurlda TAKES real mule power to pull a scraper or
; General prarllr l I. all !ats! <. ...
.j L: Ualtrd St.... Court* IT plow in heavy soil. But mules that have been fed r:

right can stay with hard work all day long. Justgiving
r.vr JOHNSTON .<]. r. OAIHtETT "
your mules plenty of corn, oats and hay to fill

1 4 1 t JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW them up, wont keep them in sound condition, because I '

i i C' these do not supply a work animal with a sufficient .
Offices,/ : 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank \
Bulldinc.KI.SS1.MMEC variety of diet to keep them in real working condition.. ;

_. FLORIDA A good mule feed must not only produce lots of a,

.;. energy, but it must be appetizing as well t

# I Purina O-Molene is a perfectly balanced ration.. I i ,
//n ( Milton l'l..d".r Kills 1-'. V"'I"> ,

i ,.- PLEDCEU & DAVISATTOHNKYHATr.A I Better still, the grain in O-Molene is treated by a special :. !

that makes it more di- }
1 process easily
; ) a sip '
L y pl >\
,, gested and exceedingly appetizing.Mules r

1 .t: H 'tV Stat- Blink llullJjDKKI I love it. You feed much less 1

: I I O-Molene than you do of corn and oats. I

}; \ I O-Molene is much nearer completely O MOw
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.1 . Call us today and learn more
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tj'; I JESSIE D. KLEINMAN 'I about why this is the best mule and
The head is then dipped once or twice the walls, roosts and floors of the ('
; f r I Home Demonstration Column : and after draining a few seconds, the houses. I JUSTICE OF PEACE : horse feed.
; I bird is released.Do There are several causes for mites,, I 3
not leave the liquid f! \:-tJLI'H ALL O..VIM1/
I' probably filth, carelessness in disposing -
J I :
\ t MISS! ALBINA SMITH any length of time in a galvanize of de'a'illmatter/ allowingnests I

1 t ---- tub, as it will discolor and injure it. to remain unclean from droppings f FLORIDA FEED STORES
; Chicken Pests Sodium fluorid is not harmful to / and a failure to remove bits of' I DR. R. J. DENNING
Lice and mites are the principal the skin of the bird or the operator.It broken eggs/ being the chief oneii. DENTIST
'1 parasites which infest chickens, and may cause a slight irritation if If chickens are given good dust I
." these pests considerably cut down the kept in contact with the skin of the beds always available and kept in Over the Foatofftce.
t : egg< / production. I'operator too long. Avoid giving treatment good condition, they can be dependedupon OFFICE HOURS: > to 11.10.: tae: t. I 306 Broadway
I In case the precaution of furnishing if the skin on the hand is brok to keep themselves comparatively Residence Phone 171-
: 1 dust beds for tie fowls does not en. free from lice, but left to themselves Office Phoa KB
meet with complete success, a commercial Whatever the method, care should they have no means of protection TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
; 1' S i lice powder may rid the flock I be taken to treat every bird in the from mites. Since mites are s
x ,: of these pests. Sodium fluorid has flock. When skillfully done, it effectually great menace to health, and consecjuently i iATTORNEYATLAW
,; been thoroughly tested :nd has proved kills all the lice, but a sin { to egg/ production of tho i P. A. VANS AGNEW '
\ most effective. It can be obtained ,gle fowl overlooked means a loss of flock, too much stress cannot be put Call Up No. 218TWOONEEIGHT
f ; ;i.. in two forms, the commercial (in labor and money as lice increase and upon the necessity of care and cleanliness <<: I l'I
) 1 ; powdered form) and the chemically spread rapidly from one to anotherin thus largely keeping the birds O.'FICESWiater (
J pure (crystals). The Jormer is pre- a flock. Whenever new birds are free from this annoyance and danger., Park. Florida ) \
; ferred, both because it is cheaper and introduced into a flock, do not fail to Trf'at mt.'n Thoroughly/ disinfect I'I I

. I ,\ because it i is more easily applied if safeguard the rest by /giving them the bou"e, roots, dropping/ board, : .. -. -. -.-- -
I the dusting method is used. the treatment. cracks and cannier with kerosene or coocoooo
Sodium fluorid U not in general 4 aa
1 ; / (Head Uce.-These arc found mostly 'I coal tar preparation. It is best to
: 'J but it can be secured from any TURNER MAHBLE& GRANITE aa
use :
with fine but
on little chicks at the back of the apply a spray pump
'. large center, through/ the local drug (head. They are not often found on simply washing with plenty of the COMPANY. TAMPAMONUMENTS 0a MASTER TIMERS !
/gist. The cost should be between incubator chicks. For treatment use disinfectant will do.Scaly 4a CON ACT

thirty and sixty cents per pound. grease, lard being/: best, but must be Legs is caused by a specie of 4a -
There three methods of treating 4
the are pinch method the dusting free from salt. A good precaution in mite. This mite burrows through the M. J. Crowder Kissimmee WATERPROOF. MAKES STARTING EASY.
: ,
method. taking off a hen and chicks is the line scales of the feet and legs, causing .. Agent, 4
method and the dipping
of ointment made of intense itching. Unless promptly GUARANTEED ONE YEAR
has the advantage an one part !
mercurial ointment and two parts treated, the feet and legs become
over* the dusting/ in that it re- vaseline or lard. A piece the size ofa heavily crusted over. It develops .. FREE : A :Master Valve Lifter. Worth $1.00
quires leas powder and would probably slowly, but is .0..0.000.. .... . .. iI
contagious. Simply
irritation to the throat pea applied about the vent of the
of the cause leas When using this : hen and thoroughly rubbed in, will ; dipping the legs in kerosene, taking : M.\ TILLER $ Ask Agent, -
operator. kill the lice upon the hen and the care not to touch the feather, is usually -
rrr j' placed method in the an sodium open vessel fluorid on should a I head lice on the chicks. effective in destroying the pest. I j; Real Estate Agency i JOHN,ELLSWORTH, 9 CLAY ST., r.

c. To avoid unnecessary waste hold the Alites.-r.::There are a number of ape.des Angther treatment is equal parts of o .
A .fr. 'It fowl over a shallow ,vessel or tray, of mites. Most of them are kerosene and linseed oil, rubbed on }FIRE LIFE AND ACCIDENT 4 Jacksonville, FloridaH. tt t
occasionally until the scales fall oft
bloodsuckers, the 4' INSURANCE
grasping securely the wings with one spending night on
.hand applying the material with the the bodies of the fowls! engorging and new ones are formed. a INDEMNITY'' BONDS 4a .
t ;,' .j ether A pinch should be applied to themselves with blood, then returning Depluming Mile are another'species a .. h' ___ _ :,
: Vo, the head the to the cracks and cannie of the of burrowing mite. The skin of .ooo.o'OOt..o..tto.o...
the / s ,
; following spots: .
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the birds becomes HAROLD HU" M P. .
rough and ,,
I neck the breast, the tail one on each houses and nests during the day. / scaly President. Vie President. D. A. MORRJHON.,
and the feathers Beo. Trea
off 4k
drop especially .i
:F thigh, one below the vent, two on the They are pests that seriously affect
''" .f the th e health of the birds, and, if from the head and the back. The Best Fertffinra .laNctIdJii.pry.. S. &.
t 'r p ,'. back, and one scattered over under measures S. B. AULTMANREAL PMllly ,. ;
, side of each wing when spread. I are not taken to rid the houses itching/ often becomes so intense that Honest Good Fair Prtc. ......_ 81 ip ssS '
\ I F When, applying, by a gentle pressure 'of them, the profits of poultry raisingare is the almost fowl pulls its It feathers is ontagious.until it Art Tow IWjrhUr-R' K_.. i
scatter the pinch as much as possible cut down to a minimum.
I I Unsanitary conditions and lack of BEFORE BUYING. 1
the surface. I In
: over searching for signs of mites,
:t Dusting can be done by using a one may overlook them if he has only dust are the causes. L O. PAINTER FERTILIZE CO. lactoamflh, FUtUa .
E ; shaker (a tin can with holes punched I in mind a tiny insect, red in color, A good treatment for both scaly ESTATEand
( legs and depluming mites !1M a salve
l in it). When using this method, an i They vary in color from almost white made

\ ,0.: ; I" .1, I may equal be amount mixed with of road the sodium dust or fluorid.flour i I' bright red Often according the only to visible age sign and four parts of be one pure part lard flour or of vaseline sulphur This and I Get Your Job Printing rro"m the Valley- G etteBBST j
should rubbed on the affected
1 '! For chicks and all newly
J young is a substance on the roost and FIRE INSURANCE
!, : t I hatched fowls, use sodium fluorid in ,i around the cracks, resembling pepper parts.A -.-- "." ..__. __:1 '
i: ti the powdered form rather than the and salt-cast off hulls during life's man arrested in Newark N. J., -- f;
'' I ,,' liquid. I[changex. They frequent nests and at the police station said his name
For a large number of fowls the merely+ change of straw (burning the was Smith. Asked to spell it, he 11 Darlington Avenue
". i I .' dipping/ method Is best and more economical I old) is not enough by any means to spelled S-t-e-c-k-e-r-t. Police remembered -
t and means a quicker, surer ;i i reach the trouble. The frames of the that an Edward Steckert was
i. r I ,:\ death to the insect. A warm day with nests should be thoroughly cleansedand wanted for escaping from the New
y ja no wind should be selected. If the I disinfected in a like manner Jersey state prison. It was he.America's .
I 'I ) operation is completed at least an 8"I .
I hour before the fowls go to roost, no -- I -- - CITYMEATJARKET
f> .,; .': harm results. As the dipping does I -L __ ...... .... ..
Ij f not even thoroughly' wet the feathers 6
t 'I 'r the fowls dry off quickly and the I j j II I .
' r t plumage is not even injured in ap- |
.1', pea ranee. I There is always pne Best in every town. The Pea
A tub should be used
11 i t' s into it tepid water by gallons measuring t):>> about I FrssK Msxi and: pies' Market is the Best Market in Kissimmee, and

q ", nix or eight inches of the top. Add !
we are making it better and better all the time. This
to the water three-fourth to one
1 : ,,' ounce (two tablespoons full) of the VegetablesPhone. week we have installed a Refrigerator Counter and

commercial (powdered), two-thirds a _
t other improvements that
t to an ounce of the chemically) pure, make a vast difference in

i.6 er : L -}. to each gallon of water in the tub. 44 caring for our :Meats-also in waiting on our customers _-
stirring till di"solved.A
t + As the proceed of dipping progresses .. and giving better satisfaction all along the
: and the water lower, keep adVd'nir: IT N the long run, the annual u line. We have both Western and Florida Meats
rec- ,
t- tepid water by the gallon with the
r proper amount of sodium fluorid. The A only way any tire ord of fire loss averages Canned Goods and Vegetables, Apples Bananas,
wings should be held over the back manufacturer can Potatoes Celery Pickled
'} rtith the Pigs Feet-in fact every-
left hand. Submerge ,
'I quickly
? {, i 11 I 1 :, keeping head above water, ruffling afford to give a"21pe- 156 Theatrestotally NEWBY Y INN thing that makes up a No. 1 first-class market, and

the feathers with the right hand cial discount" is to I our prices are always right.
j the
over various parts of_ the body. price the tire above destroyed

: : its worth in the first Buildings that are erected at a Hone For Those Away' From Hint Western Pigs Feet, per Pound . . . 12c
; . WHAT FUN Ills cost of many thousands of dollars Spareribs
place, or take the Pound .
. should be insured against . , .20c
: discount out of the fire. With this insurance should Attractively Decorated Pig Tails Pound
(v, TO BE HUNGRY! quality. Either go the constant service' both 'per ..

the way the I local agent and the insurance Weekly Rates Neck Bones, per Pound .10c ,
\SOU can't be well and hearty un- customer pays. company. Ask about
t Y lea you are properly nourished Better buy Goodyear this agency's service and Hart Pious 221 Eicjlleil Meals Prices on other Meats always right. Come fai and :.
'I"" cant be unless ford policies.
: r d you i it good. strong yourappetite Tires, and get I '. look us over. Get a nice Chicken, or a good Roast*. f

For a keen appetite, good di2'estionr Goody.arS.rviceandGoodyear Insurance Facts for your Sunday Dinner. You will be aatisfied'and'
a t .rich: red blood, and the "punch" andpep" Firs ,._......1 aBl KISSIMMEE \ will : .
Quality. rH set PLUMBING so we.
that goes with perfect health. ...., .h. MMt HarM State mm. Thanking you in advancewe..eirearYours ; ;t
ou need Gude'\ Pepto-1Han&an tune $..",.St.H..e ..""aI_ SHOP b
Take Code's for a short and 0..,.,* m MII..4 _
: difference in the _..4 c..._ r_ for MntuaMJenefit .
way you -I Call on this
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t Your druggist bat it-liquid or tablets

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AMERICAN One post of the Legion in Grand , . ,
I LEGION t Rapids Mich.,, in conjunction' with a \ !
NOTES 1 local newspaper' has successfully -

0 waged compaign that netted $1000 Everything Needed for Spraying and Dusting
for the fund, and another, the 'Advertising -
Legion Auxiliary Membership Men's post of New York '
i Increase has pledged to raise $10,000., Postsin Sdmam Spray Formula Schan.Niagara Onion

'MembershipIn the the larger centers will undertake SchBsrrs ferdol MnlsiraOr Scba.rr: -Nia4ar.DestiadMatetrisl.
American LegJon
within the next
Auxiliary Is greater by. 5000 city-wide campaigns Brl.far tf.>_!*>* S..pta.1 Far Efrre furpoit. BtnH for FtartJ

than at the same period last ten Without days. exception the privilege of '. Schnarrs. Lime SlaIbarMI.i ... Copper Lime IhulSalfodastNicotiseDnatAH

cording to Miss Best U..Wetheritolt, donation to this fund seems to be regarded Iliad and P.wer Stnjtn Kiwb,of Salphara and Dost Mixtures ' II ; l

national secretary, of the organizer as an honor Many of the donors ,AU Insecticide; ,Material M.J tion, ,which is composed of mothers, are disabled men , themselves,

wives veterans and daughters of, World war, (one ward of a hospital caring for In'the.past it has been necessary'to secure certain spray or dust,
veterans sent in goodly sum from '
The auxiliary ia now composed of its 30 patients) all of them interested materials, sprayers, or dusters.from different sources. 4

5690 units a train of 1175, units.over in the fact that perpetual care will Today secure from Schnarr factories warehouses and
you may
the date in Headquarters ,
same 922. be given to the graves of those whQ '
Indianapolis chartered 37 new died beside them while they, stricken local dealers any quantity of materials ,and-
units during the last week, it was an in battle were unable to carry on.

nounced. 1 Dozens of letters are received from Niagara Dusters Sprayers ;
Greater membership gains during? ADD LEGION__ __ __ GAL 2
the last seven days were" registered mothers whose sons sleen? u in France From the Hand Blower Gun for small From the small knapsack compressed .

in' the states cf the northwest. Min .... "Take this dollar from me for those acreages up to the large Power and air feprayer: to power spray -"
nesota chartered six units and South AMtIfmfostcteto in France," one mother wrote.
graves Traction driven dusters. era for all Florida requirements.
Dakota followed with four. Minnesota
"My boy is at rest there, and I wantto

leads in membership, followed, . help." She refused to sign, her- Schnarr and Schnarr-Niagara Products '-
in relative order by Kansas PennsyU -- -' - - - - - seJljt>tner than as "A Mother. Others ,

vania, Iowa, Ohio, Indiana, New gionnaires during the World war express themselves as adding Manufactured in Florida and available from local stocks or nearby
York, Nebraska, South Dakota, Oklahoma days. The Legion Post Paducah. their mite so that the grave of some -\
New Jersey, and Illinois An Ky announced a contribution of $2o l lad other than their own will be covered distributing points mean that you get unequaled service,
increase of nearly _JLwenty=flve per- within a few hours after the with flowers on Memorial I>ay. beat results and lower average prices.,
cent has been scored by Minnesota was broadcast and gained first pace A young author, who recently received -
over the same, date of 1922. on the official list of early contributors. a check from a veterans' mag- February 1st price list including spraying and dustin schedules, speciHcations "i
Close upon the heels of the axine for IL( lory-of his experience in __-----" of sprayers and dusters,ready for distribution. Send for free.copy.- ", -

Americanism Day To PrecedeRadicals' Kentucky potts, came the response of the trenches, wrote "Take this, it be- .
Celebration Wyandotte Post of Kansas City, longs to the dead of Flanders Fields J. SCHNARR & COMPANY \
In opposition to the yearly celebra- Kan., ,enclosing a check for $100. it was for them I wrote."
tions held by the radical element of Other assurances of financial support While the Legion- regards this fund Winter Haven ORLANDO, FLORIDA Larkins \ 4

the country each May Day, the American came from posts in Phoenix, Ariz., as peculiarly its own and the namesof "
Legion National Americanism 4Iouston, Tex., Detroit, and from the members of the organization and Specialists in Sprays, Sprayers and Spraying

Commission has designated the Friday general public in many, localities.' of the Auxiliary compose the greater ESTABLISHED 1906 '
preceding May 1 as "American- The fund now totals 8321.23, Including portion of the lint of donors, there
ism Day" the balance from the 1922 has been a splendid return from those

In a bulletin issued by Garland W. graves decorative fund. The Legion, outside i of the organization, and many ._ ._ -
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Powell, director of the Legion's in announcing the campaign, stresses contributions cf this character are included -
Americanism commission attention is the fact that the raising of a permanent among those received by the miss organized for aggressive pur- Unemployed members of the Amer.
called to the fact that there are many fund will obviate the necessity national treasurer of the American poses in order to promote stabilityof ican Legion in New York will assist I-- THOROUGH WORK..
revolutionary organizations over the of making yearly appeals for Legion at Indianapolis exchange and internntional commerce. in the reforestation of. waste landsof Fr
country working toward the over contributions. The fund will remain 6. That a news disseminating bureau the state, according tentative '
throw of the government. In orderto in the national treasury of the American Oklahoma Legislature Approve Plans be established by the federation in every plans announced by Albert S. Callan, How a Klsniniinee Citizen Found 't"
combat this element, the bulletin Legion, subject to expenditure For World Peace member country, with the consentof {commander of the New YOlk depart- Freedom From Kidney Troubles. ,

states, it is necessary to arouse the only for the purpose of decorating the government, to collect and issue I ment of the veterans' organization. If suffer, from :
people to a better understanding of I the graves of 32,100 war dead in Eu The Oklahoma' legislature has memorialized news to counteract bolshevism I Commander Callan is making arrangements From urinary backache:1':1'
the existing conditions. May Day for rope. President Harding and Congress and other dangerous movement. I for ex-service labor to be used Any curable disease

according to Mr. Powell, has | Many posts will raise their quotas to adopt a program for world 7. That an international court b- \I in reforestation projects in cooperation Use a tested kidney remedy. ,
been used by the "red" groups to for the fund by selling poppies! during pence, haled upon principles adoptedby established to outlaw war. with Dean Moon of the New Doan's Kidney Pills have been tested if.I
pour forth their destructiveness, tohold the week before Memorial Day. the International Veterans Federa- 8. To proceed an rapidly ns conditions -I York State College of Forestry at Sy- by thousands. }
large demonstrations and meet- I Legion national headquarters has ob- tion at its. recent convention. The permit toward complete disarmament -'Iral'UBe l University. Kissimmee people testify. )(p
Ings. to protest against the orderly tained n supply of 2,500,000 .silk poppies federation is composed of fifteen mil except police forces to main- I Resolutions asking President Hard- Can you ask more convincing {
processes of government and even, at and hall urged all members, and lion Hilled ex-service men. The American tain decrees of the world couit. ling to establish! a National Anti-Nar- of merit? proo t.

times wantonly to destroy propertyand patriotic citizens to wear the flowerIn legion is the member in the Un- i colic week for the purpose of instructing John C. Coble, retired farmer 912- .
lives I, honor of those who lie in Flanders ited States. Restrict Immigration To Halt l URig I citizens against the use of narcot- Verona street Kissimmee '
It Is to counteract these efforts Fields. A leholution abcpteil by 'the 1 legislature : EvilRostiiition ,' (ies and to urge their co-operation infighting "Some when I, lived says in: 11
that the Legion is directing its attention designates Hoy Hoffman, of Oklahoma I! / the drug traffic were adopted Michigan years I suffered ago from backache
to the nation-wide move for | Legion Fund To DerorafF GraH City, a member of the supreme of immigration would by the Henry' C. Srmngler post. of disorder. i
assist materially in America's fig1Gto : kidney When I lifted, a terriffic -
1 Grown of the federation OkIllhoma'
council to \
Americanism Day, Mr. Powell states. the American I Legion in Washington
end the drug evil, according to Gai- pain took me in the small of my
method the radical -, With the clone of the ,. indorsement of the federation' I recent .
This of combatting t-ampaign at n meeting.The back and about tkidney's I
just crippled
land \V Powell, National Americanism / me. My
element was authorized at the na- ''eight weeks away, one-tenth ol the principle to President Hardingand \ Airerican Legion post in Rupert acted too and
director of the Ameiican Legion frequently I
tional convention of the Legion in ani<5unt necessary has been rai'-eJ ''or to the veterans' organization.The i has plan for a new fair grounds: had to "
who asserted in a recent address in get up at night. The secretions I
New Orleans. j the graves endowment fund of theAmerican principles. of the federation 1 race track athletic and tourist park. burned in
about t
I that I read
I Lesrion, which is. to provMofor adopted at the I'st convention in New Indianapolis ninety-fhe percentof The features planned are to for a Doan's passage. ,
the "inieMlenicn"of the trade Kidney Pills and after using ;;:
Country Responds To Legion's Grave the perpetual decoration of the Orleans follow: apprelwmded I'memoiial for veterans of the World them cured.
for illicit in was My back was as
Endowment Appeal 1. That all international narcotics -
dead in agree-
resting place of American War
are ol alien birth or parentage.Powell sound as a dollar and my kidneys acted l''
American Legion Posts and patri- Europe. Legion officials are confidentas ments among governments like clockwork."
otic citizens in all parts of the coun- to the success of the fund, believing ] entire people shall. be open and .stated that the Legion will i[ World War Leaders To Honor Deadi Price 60c at all dealers. Don'tsimplcy ,
represented at the National Ant ,
that al> >.I .>ard" with full publicity. ,; .
try are responding rapidly to the Le- organized campaigns tire ove >
Narcotic Conference to be held in : Alvin national commanderof ask for a kidney remedy J
the 2. That treaties make the law between i Owsley,
to planned by posts throughout that
gion's campaign raise a permanent
Washington early in May and that hall, received Doan s Kidney Pills--the same ..+
and that and eubstantial nation. They must be executed the Legion,
endowment fund of $100,000 to country large -
pro- "the> Legion will all effort. to of Mr. Coble had. Fes tor-Mil burn Co.,
vide for the annual decoration' donations will be received "llh.n in good faith. supppit 'nn to attend a gathering I'
out the illicit traffic in the Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y.
:i. To territorial stamp distinguishedVorld war leaders to I.
graves of Americas war dead in the next three weeks. oppose aggran .
United States.He lie held at the unveiling of the mein-
vas dizement.
The to the
France. response request) AN OVERDOSE OF COVE. 'f
Scarcely had the appeal for funds been nation-wide. .A day's mail 1 at 4. To vigorously suppress. withinour \ asserted that figures compiled anal. battle cloister at the Holy Trin-
been .issued from national headquarters Ix'ftiP" hendquaitors .shows. letters own. boundaiics all persons and by government! investigators show ity church in Paris on Memorial Day. Miss Mary Tinrtey, public health inspector .
of the ex-service organization from Maine to Washington, from propaganda seeking to overthrow by one in every seventy-three persons I Invitations have been sent to Gn- of New York, said on her re. .",
than responses began to arrive. The Minnesota to the tip of Florida, with force government existing by the vrill fn this country is addictied to the : eral Pel slung. Field Marshal Haig, turn from Europe: ,..Ii,:
countries. of the people. use of narcotics, and that the United Admiral Beatty, Lieutenant General "The sensation
first prominent world war leader to not a few from foreigu I of the season "
contribute was Woodrow Wilson, who Contributions received range from 6. That trade relations be .suspended States will become a nation: of drug Damn Jacques General l Armando Europe is Dr. Coue. He is not in'7
was Commander in Chief of the Le fifty cents to sums of four figures. with countries maintaining,: arKJi1 addicts within twenty-five years unless -' Din and the Marshals of France. a doctor, but he makes !;:
t the' traffic is i'hecked.'Thl f I Memorial Day services will be held cures by means of auto-au g'estion. &
I most vicious phase of the traf fin all American cemeteries in France "Hegets you to say, 'Today, and I.i
r fie?Tic said, is the earnest efforts of under :American'' Legion auspices. The every day, I am getting better and
the drug peddlers to.develop their ey-' Legion is raising a permanent endow. better.' You keep on saying this, and
II habit among children.: The habit merit fund to care for the annual (doe- in many cases you do get better Yes,
is spreading among; high school and oration! of 32,000 graves,of war deadIn you even cured. ; 'Y'psr.! > w -
gramniarjscliool children' asserted, Europe..< .' "-,,,K"V'V* ; ::>*\'':'\,'' ,""', f; f1-; 1'''"I'' let,Coue story'on' the boat
and many of them are even now una- A bow-legged man ,consulted Dr. Cone
ble to do without their periodical American Legion posts in Los An- about his infirmity. The doctor said
"shot" cr "hniff" of drugs i geles county, California, own at least his cas'wasn't hopeless
"The immediate problem in connection : !I-I41J.OOO: in real estate and buildings! means.. by; any "

with the drug" evil in. that of There is a marked jrowtli: cf the ,'n. 'Your legs can be improved,' h. '! ;?
the middlemen who obtain the druir ncial and numerical strength! of the said. them
'Masfago night,
I I and distribute it," Powell) stated. Legion throng.01,t tl.e state. and before you go to sleep every repeat,

), JCmety-fne percent of the drug Iwd- mid day I
"ToiUpy air getting
II die is arrested are foreign lioin 01 of Boys: ilul.", i niemla-rn of which will less and less every bow-legged..
be culled "Spai: t"'nuiies": a'v l ei"g Repeat
s> > v 0 .vv ***U 11' ( '-A, '' <- I The American parentage! Legion lini taken II.:.,formed to nsiit the extension of circulation tins"Well exactly, the 150 bow-legged times.' man went id
I of the American Legion for a closed Reason: on immigration
i I \V'eldBasl'baJl and at -let;r home very" hopefully. He gave hi i*
isn .
I for" tile 11."tiv./ years us n !Weans I '
lairs a good massage, and as soon as
of ; equipment will be given us rewards
ojr"v ujnrr" rmhing the spiciil of the drug
habit for faithful, w, rk along thin line..Kiftyfou he was in bed he began to repeat Pr.
I __ 'oue's tragic formula. But he could
II u I
I Will Sell. I'cpnivHMore :' boys: enrolled a meiilieis not remrmher, how many repetition
than 2,500.000( ( )French poppies .. of the new Amenc-m Legion Bay: the -'.. - -- -- / \ '------i-WL : ; will be distributed l hy national 'Scout troop nt W*ttfield. N. J. re- be on the, safe side, he repeated the
r- -"- - I j headquarters of the American Legionto cently. The lads have udditionrl! interest words I.'jO;; times. J
- "When he ) in the morning
-' pohts in all parts of the county in the tioup because the tpoiiscis wo"tup"
I he knock-kneed. Weatherford
are legion men. was -
for ale prior to Memorial (Day. All
patriotic citizens are urged to wear the ( Texas) Herald.__.__ s

the poppy on May :30) na: tribute ,to tel Gndorsirg in Hoquiam building Washington of a new, ho-I Skins We'd Love To Touch:
the World war dead. Funds derived I
The bozo who calls himself "A
from the sale will he used for a per- I I An-.eiican Legion: post has bought a I clean-cut youth." *
bond in the financial I campaign which' < i
manent endowment fund to decorate ] .........
was: waged in the city to put the project ---
graves in Europe, for service and relief -,
work and for war memorials.American : over The post decided unanimously -
to buy the bond.
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Legion national headquarters
, has obtained a supply of 2.- Married A Gentleman
500,000 French poppies to be sold be- "Yes, my' dear," said an old lady,
fore Memorial Day. Funds from somewhere near London, "theie's one I
! this source will be used for relief work thing I'm thankful for, and that is II II I

I among veterans aiding of disabledmen. that my daughter" Lizzie married a I I STEARNS' ELECTRIC I PASTE
It t and for memorials for heroic war gentleman.
"And 'ow do know 'e ''tIer
was a I
dead. you [ I*nnxrnbMd M the guaranteed ntermtnktor
/ gentleman? said her (lien". Cockro cliM, W.Ie?bup. AnU Bata Mill
Endangered by the "Because I put 'im to the test," Iticr i
....1c. plied the old lady. "The first Don't mute Urrae trying to kill PMt e

/ ) fiercest fire that burns! V my daughter brought 'im home re-I "with" _powden"0118- liquid or any zperinwoUtl
gave 'im a cup of hot tea, and when Ready for Ueo-Better than Trap
After 'e poured it out into 'is saucer, 'e I 1-01. box. 150 l5-s. box. tlJO 1 VI
Day in, day out, the sun scorches didn't blow it like any ordinary fel- I OLD VMYWHBRK
lei 'e fanned it wish 'in "
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1I your house with fingers of flame. :> : - .. -
'' Its hot claws leave behind a trail EveryMeal

I of warped seams, deep cracks and

1 gaping joints... \ _S r BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY :
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!\\c i I Into these openings rush the enemies
f I f'I I 1 I II of wood to rot and gnaw its vitals. ,

,1 =: Helplessly your house awaits its WOOD BRICK, STONE, .


I Save it with Devoe Lead and Zinc
322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue
z zi r s.. Paint I Pat on a shield of oil and t. I,

metal that foils heat and rot and and give your . I. _ .. . _._ __
u ruin!. t K stomach a lilt. ./

-'t ,%tel.''--S 1 W. B. MAKINSON CO. } Provides -the bit olwe J. wKT. Thc=-"psC JD: :

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', "1 'THE' KI8SIMMEH BU13USHED VALLEY BT GAZETTE I I MARKET FOR STATE ,CITRUS enterprises One of the in outstanding Alaska is the commercial blue-fox SCHOOL FOLKS'

.. EVERY FRIDATKt881MMHJK. '- FRUITS, AND PRODUCTS industry, judging from the organizaItion ,

J KLX3KIDA. gathering recently of.O fox .- w'. .
-- farmers at Cordova, 29 at Petersburgand including the

'c. .' JE.W. Q.n. VANS HARRIS ACJNKW.-__._.......,........aucnry Pre.dent, I Orlando, April 11.-A deep water and taking out to other folks the 18 at Ketchikan., The three meetings .
.... ALLISON T. KHKNCH: _..*".._.._Editor: way in the St. Johns' river from Jack. thing they want to buy giving up were attended by a representative BOARD OF PUBLIC, INSTRUCTION
1 !Isonville to Sanford; Ocean going ves- all the time certain. and sure transportation of tho biological survey. United .
S11I! CHIITIO.HATES: ( gels from Sanford to the Sea-and at reasonable rates and States department of agriculutre, in '7 1 and
: One Copy, One Year___. _?___,---$2.00 I .
one Copy, Six Mouth____ ___--- 1,01/ thence to the markets of the world; carriers built to transport our perish- the course of an investigation of the ,
-; On. Copy, Three Month._________ .60 ''lateral channels and connecting links! oble products to consumers in any status of fox farming. the terri ALL THE TEACHERS
;" % Florida an second-glni tnattfr.) riorida from Jacksonville to the Everglades point' of destination in gooj condi- reason to believe the industry will de- "--' - and '
:. are the outstanding pointsin tion. I velop on a large scale. It is of peculiar : :'" .,'

All thorlipci communication, forri-DpuiKlontH except must frodi bo aiKII-|au- I I be program of the Florida Waterways "Co-operation and prompt response Value to the Alaskan coast, as ALL TIlE PUPILS
I I 1 ed by tlic writer.Ilcjfct : ,, Traffic League which is now to to the invitation to become members it utilizes the barren outlying islands

,, .'d mailer .will) lie returned If be vigorously and enthusiastically of. the Florida Waterways Traffic I which are of no particular value ag- invited to see our
j call. (1 for : are
cnriiod will for other
on. League, give these and many roculturally or any profitable .
I. Encouraged by the practical certainty other advantages." industry. Fox-farming serves to
: ,I'- For.wn Atlvertspri,, I ,.." .,,',..Uve of a favorable report from the "The railway shipping station today I link these islands with each othe NEW ELECTRIC SIGN..

.. f\ \ | 1li MRll'A-I'HI: . I.. .s- \ >C\\ \TION 'army engineers representing the in Florida." said President Sligh, and with the coast towns near by. each 'week.

: I United States, to whom the project "may conservatively be stated. as thc I The biological ,survey is of particular Fourteen changes
FRIDAY APRIL 13. 1923 was submitted several weeks ago, the worst in twenty years. I service to the fox farmer in giving Get the habit of reading it ! !
": ., officers of the Waterways League "The roads cannot furnish cars advice in regard to diseases of his animal -

,1:. : THE GROWTH; OF CITIES have completed plans for securing at enough, can't move them fast enough and the extent to which the Islands -.
least 10,000 members of the League. and cannot furnish the right kind <>f may be stocked.

:i" t ((Orlando: ; Reporter-Star; ) Official headquarters have been op- cars to meet the demand of the situ-
:: 'l,' The latest estimates givenout re- oned in the Orlando Mortgage Loan ation. CHILDRENS HEALTH IMPROVE:

yarding the growth in population of i building on Oak !street and from there "They are building very few cars. BY ARIZONA EXTENSION WORK Merchants and Farmers BankOF

. cities emphasizes the fact that our i:r the detail wcrk of the campaign will They are not spending much money Follow-up work in nutrition and
I toward be carried on. in repairing, enlarging or extending
settling rapidly
i population is
i\;\ ; I -8 the 'large industrial centers. I'I I.I Active officers of the League which present mileage and there is rem te simple home hygiene, done by extension -
t Detroit by her automobile industries -:, includes S. J. Sligh of S. J. Sligh & possibility of their undertaking for agents for women and childrenin KISSIMMEE
t .. has crowded into fourth place. Co., as president, Judge W. T. Bland, 'years either double tracking of existing Santa Cruz county, Arizona after
', : ',' New York with Its 6,000,000( pollyglot/ |!1 president of the First National Bank, ; lines or constructing enough ad- recommendations were made by the
population still leads. Chicago: comes I II |all treasurer, and Col. Geo. W. Knight ditional single track to be a factor in local public health authorities; has "A HOME INSTITUTION"Beth

next with 3,000,000 and Philadelphia of Sanford as :vice-president, are confident solving the problem of state trans. resulted in marked improvement in
: ifo-' with 2,000,000. Detroit will show that when the importance of portation. the health and general condition of
I .
near the million mark. the Deep Waterways to the prosperity "This situation, serious as it is, is. 1,272 children. This county has largely -
The report shows that eight of the of the state is brought home to its not understood by the people of Flor- a Mexican population, which was
. citizens the left almost destitute by recent bad
", fifty larger municipalities have replaced progressive suggested ida. ,
t "' their nearest rivals and that quota of members will be quickly se- "Yet it is the greatest argument in agricultural conditions.
I cured. the world for the whole-souled I The home demonstration agent enlisted .
two have lost their place among the i cooperation ,
: fifty major cities. Cities backed almost "It would seem to me," lIaid"Judge of the citizens of the state in j, the sympathy and interest of

': wholly by agriculture have eithit' Bland, "that every up-standing, pro- the great program of water-way con- the county superintendent of schools
t'". er had a stationary population or gressive citizen of Orange county, as struction outlined by The Florida and the county superintendent of public -
;;. made but small gains. well as of the other 14 counties with Waterways Traffic League.; health. A free school clinic was I Palm RowleyNOTED

f i i Cleveland is close to Detroit in pop- in the so-called zone of the deep wat "As I view it the Water Traffic organized, where the public health
it' ulation. The automobile industry and 'erways, would want to be enlisted as Ix-ague plan is the only solution of authorities and practicing physicians
; :I subsidary industries have helped the I'I'I a life member of the Florida Water- : the problem of how to get to market advised the parents of undernourished -
I\1 \ growth of that city. St. Louis has a ways Traffic League. I the perishable products of the state. I children on the beet course to be HAIR SPECIALIST
: steady gain and is above 800,000; Baltimore I "A channel in the St. Johns! river I II "Glowers and packers see ahead a followed. The extension workers
r'I I about 780,000; Boston 770,000; I from Jacksonville to Sanford-which I traffic jam of tremendous proportions i I followed these clinics up with suggestions HERE AGAIN FOR 10 DAYS
" "" { Los Angeles about 675,000; Pittsburgh | is the first link in our project-made with consequent entailment of great and the introduction of the
., < about 615,004; San Francisco 200 feet wide and 20 feet deep, would 10A"('!'!. 1 I i i hot school lunch, as well as instruc- I BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 16
i; :11{ about give Florida an open to world "The roads]' tions in personal hygiene.
''f, 540,000; Buffalo is 53(5,000.: I way are not able to handle 'I
.7 Farm populations have been on the markets! at all times and would mean the traffic offered them now, and I I Every rural !school in MariccpaI
, decrease while the cities that are industrial I quick development of a section just there is no prospect of their being I I I county Arizona, has a hot lunch for More hair in again in vogue

f' centers have giown. In fact now ready for unlimited expansion. able to take care of the vast acreage the school children every day throughI and most of the ladies gladly ,,' .
'1jI the cities have grown at the expense I "It would save millions of dollarsi !' of new gloves, new truck and vegetable I I activities of the women's home welcome the of hair
I \ I of the country. Young men leave the i to the state producers and shippersof lands-the product from which I I| demonstration clubs organized as a new style

( farm to work in factories. Were it citrus fruits! vegetables, and all will soon be se.king-and must find ',i I'e..ult. of extension____activities._ tress liobbed i hair is said to /4

, i f I, not for power equipment for the products of land, forest and factoryin broader and freer markets, a lower I i iIRESI'LTS HEALTH WORK BEING be completely presfte, and while
t. : farms whereby one man does the lower freight rates, better and certain parrying; charge and above all, a ('1'1'I I II I FELT last year it was felt that the
work of two or three, there would be tian.sportation carriers. t lain means,! of quick transportation In I less
f, i \ \under pi oduction on the furm. I I "It would give; to our development properly equipped carriers. I I The health campaign;:;; of the home hair the better, this year
,, It is a dangerous tendency in a n niw era, new impetus and would "Beyond question the plan of the demonstration workers of the state i{ it is to be just the reverse,

I, } ;' great agricultural country like America -I, open the gateway to millions of dollars Florida Water Traffic League to se- {I I continues to spread and reports of j Mrs. Rowley has a beautiful '
I': when farming becomes so unprofitable -' seeking investment in Florida's cure a channel 200 feet wide and 20 j the good being accomplished increase line of Ear Waves, Transformations -
that the young manhood cannot :..undeveloped lands. ol'vast potential feet deep in the St. Johns river be- in number steadily.
\i! I Puffs Switches,
t be induced to stay on the farm possibilities. "v-r-eii Jacksonville and Sanford, with i Miss Gladys Smith nutrition I
I.I. "I, because of the better inducements of "What the Waterways Traffic ultimate extension through canals. I has sent ,the, following con-specialist etc., made of real /Human litti r.

} ; , the factory and mill. This condition League seeks to do is so clear so covering!' virtually all the territory I Icerning this wotk to the headquarters She will lie pleased to have the
! :r will never be met until the farmer comprehensive) and of such tremendous from Jacksonville to the Everglades! cffice of the agricultural exten- '' ladies call.Combing .
';, has the same consideration that industrial importance to nil 'central east- ajid west from the Atlantic to Titus- ion division: '

.1.1 managers get.; The day is; CTII and tout he rn Florida that it villcalmost across the state, is thl'1 I "February 21-28 was health weekin Made To Your Order.
coming when we will get; a sudden should command the earnest cooperation most forward looking question in Jackson county. Work was done ii
\ jolt if we do not begin remedial legislation of every thinking citizen." Florida today the Marianna and Graceville schools. Ml Work Guaranteed atM.KATZ'SSONS

1, '0 noon. And it must be real "Co-operation is the word" said "A deep waterway for central, east- At the latter place 172 of the :357
. remedies offered. Remedies of the Vice President Geo. W. Knight, of el'n and southern Florida, with oceangoing children weighed and measured
J! joker sort worked out by politicians i Sunford. "Every man, every producer, steamers plying its waters found to be as much as 7 were
percent underweight -
1 Til only get us further into the wilder- every grower of fruit, every landowner i Iraded/ out-bound with all the prod-I j while at the Marianna

ness. eveiy shipper, whether larg- u | or 1'11l1l1l-in fact every person' havinnr and inbound, with the hundred<< and! 1 found underweight.
WO SOIL LIFE WITHOUT the best interests' cf Florida at heart,
HUMUS j one items of industry needed 'in our I 1 "The difference in the two schoolscan

.. hould become actively inteiested in daily con.merce, would mean a great- ] be directly attributed to the fac. ,
bI "Humus is the life of the soil. Soils i the effort to secure from cpngiess! (InapPI'opriation CM- Florida, a richer!
I, with little or no humus have but a i to deepen the channel population and state a larger thata year ago the woman's club of

,- h email amount of bacterial life in them. of the St. Johns river. development era surpassing -I j Marianna undertook health work in .' .. _
anything have
, j Bacterial life in the soil is "We we seen. their schools. The children were j u "
necessary I want ocean-going vessels to !"That's I -- -
, ;, : before it can be called fertile soil ''fly the Waters of the St Johns, bringIng working for a an consummation end to be obtained worth, weighed and measured, and physical j
I r ; Y l Fertile soils are the only kind that; in the things Florida consumesJ examinations given. This was followed )

II'' I". ti ,, produce profitable crops.:" That is 1 .., . ,., by_co-7eratlve__ action. ", ,s I up by the correction of physical AMERICAN LEGION COUNTRY STORE
j -- uu defects and the teaching of correct. i I
II ti" the war Ju M. Scott, vice director off ,, -- -
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, : q ;1' the Florida expqriment station, sums! J f'f'.f I t FACTS ABOUTCLOTHES' 't'.'*" IJUIIAL' COMMON SENSE food and health: habits. At Graced Casino Theatre, Wednesday Night
, i ,. up this subject. lie adds, "Nearly all yule no work had been undertaken ,
. ., '! : I soils in Florida would 1<1 be improved by To determine whether\ or not a ga-- ,i By Spuds Johnson until the present time. These figures I Peter B. Kyne's Story
Wonder if "
l the addition us farmers appr'I"atewhat speak for themselves.
of humus. 1 m 'it or nnv clothing material! i is!'
j Humus!' cn.n bo added to the) soil by "hat it i. claimed? to be, is a serious is beth dun fur us by thu wurk- "KINDRED Ol THIS )('ST"
1 .1. plowing into it thut "' the i rs of thu college of agriculturup Mistaken Identity
vegetable matter* c diih 'ciation( for 1 housewife when An
1 to Gninohville? Just Irishman, who had recently ar- Valuable Prizes Given
t : will decay in a reasonable hort tim" |Iii:\'mr /goods cause most of Away
i .' thu Profs wear white collars al rued in this) c-ountry, was strolling
Instead of C ), '
burning ofT glass und fl It'11) of doing this i>- by tlie >"
'\ ) weeds, time, there aint no cull fur us to think leiwurcly through a park when hosuddenly PRICES-10 and 25 CENTS
.. plow them under fn this Wol)', ; 1 chemical tests, mo*'t r'f mmotilvnid
: l' tlu',v ale a lot of'stuck. smart- discovered a parrot perchedon .
r' says Professor Scott you will conxe't / I by doth manufactuiers anddiiileis up .
( ;: them into humus instend of lIIok,.. ,I. l I I layover/ they I may I'e used :ies" who never git out and doI real ,I Hi-cause top it of the tallest tree. _, ''-". '-J--" .- .
i"" When a crop of grass and weed-, >s to c l ;k reitain, I extent( bv the housewifeit ; da\: w-jrk. Reckon! we al wants to i .. was gieen it was a beiuitiful _
.l.s.l put) on u whiti shirt collar '|I bird. in I'ut's, ('Yl'... I He climbpd
I } an \
1 burned/ the greater part of the fertilizing 0 )li'.ist. they are interesting I to her. an ti ,the -
,; 1 i t elements" go; up in the smoke) :M'1:1kn: LeNoir, district homed w'In'n we hay cuinpany an on I. from tree the until he was an arm's length; BLACKBIRDS EAT (:JUI(1WI'S;; l/cen/ considered, but the practicability -
'; i KM: when
; ; : 7 The who monstiation ly day is cuinpany day an SUntlllY'j parrot suddenly the is
t man carefully retinns to agent of the ngricultuinl )- patrol asked dcuhtedt The only method so far
: "What do
with' the ; :
:'J'. ; : his farm all! if the crgaPllnintttr/ extension division, hot the following white Profs, when it "Excuse me, mister Put yi>u said want, Hla<', which me attracted in found to alleviate the IOKBOS if the

.: :: available such as stable mnnul'<'. velvet to say about these test : I sJints and collars. I he hun iediy slid down, the life. ', us"I irnnu-iiKc flock! through the fall and I expensive !practice of) "bird minding"l
,i.'I bean vines, jrrass nnd weeds that "Manv cr -Mical tests! may I be Uf1\ I gu\ernor or senator, or prominent thought ye was a bird." i winter months, cause great damage; l This I is done patrolling the fields!
r )licouinuldtc\ upon the land! cadi)) year, '' mod! up by "laying that stren'r( CUl1?- | sil iz'n. or dirt farmer, or some to crops of mil j maize in the Imperial with shot guns chlinatho morning(
', is improving his soil. The man who lie iilkalio.s destroy wool I fibers, de- I i other" guy is always droppm in an I Such Luck-Such Luck |I Valley/ CalIfornia I Investigation- and afternoon feeding periods of the
; burns off all this matter each: year troy .si'k'! less )rapidly, cause linen tJ | nstm thu Profs !questions. Wouldnt In the friendly! ,darkness he seized | made by the biological survey of the birds, the main effort being to frighten -
I ,. reduces the fertility of the soil. This .swell and turn brownish yellow, and| you be ashamed of 'em if they were her Eagerly he'kissed her unre-sist- | United States department of .ngrit-ul-/ t the birds by the noise rather than

:' means lower crop yields, which i is an- cfiusp cotton fibers! to swell and turn i I I found al dressed up in overalls ? itig lips. It was at the masquerade. ture reveal an average destruction of to kill large numbers of them.
r other way of increasing; the cost of pule yellow. ('CI tain very\ c-oncen-I 4n dont think that they are overpaid Then the moon shone once more about r 10 percent of the crop over an

4 production. trated acids, such as sulphuric znIhydrochloric 1 either when they drive ur to through the clouds, and his courage area of 20,000 acres. This loss, with In one community in Desoto count
4 _ _ yore farm in a car. Their pocketbookcould lesser damage in
disappeared. '
I cause cotton to dissolve adjoining areas, and the home demonstration found
1 TEACHING CAKE OFMILK quickly, l linen less quickly, ando >l better afford u team of oxen "I beg your pardon" he stuttered. expenditures for protecting the grain, agent
iii .\ IN;; SCHOOLS quite .slowly."The I than an automobile. but we pepul demand 'I though you were my wife." totals about $50,000 annually. Poisons 25 vegetables suitable for making salads .

I I I housewife !should' remember survice an it is up to thu Profsto "Oh, John, I didn't think would cannot be depended upon for control growing right at the doors of her
llt : Methods of producing and, handling; that alkali soap is injurious to wool give it to us. ( Which they could mow me," she said dejectedly you, as she it has been found. The possibility club women. Easy to make salad in
milk go that it will be clean may l be and silk, and if used continually will not do if they were of ox-kart calli- moved her mask. I of employinatoxic gasses has Florida.

t. ; taught in schools, as well as other have a yellowish effect on bleached ber.) An if they drive an expensivecar ,
i :" features of farm practice. For the materials. it is fur thu same purpose that .. '
I -: benefit of teachers in farm communities "The they have to wear white shirts an
| following chemical tents I
I \ the United collars.!-to be redy fur thu cal- ? Rural America
States department of j (Irive2 in a book written for girls: by next a Great Community Farm J 1
I.-,- 1. agriculture has a bulletin on the use ," Kinme and Cooley: : ler. If famous visitors were joltedal .... .
of Farmers' Bulletin (002 Production '(a ) Place a piece of white cot- over thu country in flivvres they
4' : of Clean Milk, as a textbook. ton cloth and a piece of woolen ma- would carry away thu idee that it is ( '" -1" I '
78" TtC
Topics of study in connection with terial in small dishes. Cover with a a flivver sized station and college ...
: ;, are the reasons why cleanliness is 150 percent solution of nitric acid. The weve got up to Gainesville. rmz.n;,., f.
t v important; first, to the consumer because I wool fibers will turn yellow. The cot- Survice is thu motto of al thu agricultural ; ,
; : of its effect on the'wholesome.. ton remains white. If a piece of wool workers in thu state -an
t \ ness of milk as food; and second, the I cloth was mixed with cotton how with thu backinv!' an prodding of thu \

I i producer, because of its influence would the test prove it? man on the farm, this survice will be
r I the financial value of milk; bacteria f '(!u) Boil samples of cotton and wurth a lot to al of us in thu state.

l' and their effect on milk; health of I wool together for 15 minutes in a 5 Thu harder we prod and thu more we
f cattle and human handlers of milk; percent solution of caustic potash. co-operate, the better survice we will

I disposal of waste; how to combat Then boil samples of cotton and silk frit. _ _ _ ,,- # S
: flies; style and care of dairy utensils; I in the same manner. The animal fibers -
table and milk ho-uses; the processof will dissolve. ; the cotton will re Diplomacy _
l milking; and subsequent of YounaeixYfarold Walter was.
I care main. Of what use would this test
the milk. As a preliminary to the be? reading a book far beyond his years. _
lessons, a survey of conditions in the' '(c) Material made of cot'on and He looked up (he often did) and said:
i is advised "Papa, what does diplomacy mean?" ,
.. ., locality and suggestions linen and sold for all linen can be
for it are offered. Geography and ar tested. Place "Diplomacy, Walter, means doing j
; v i a fringed sample in a
ithmetic arc studied in their hearing i percelain dish. Heat in 50 the right thing at the right time."
ii k .p1, upon the dairy business; and written percent solution of caustic gently\potash a for The boy was silent for a minute. ,. e '
; work the Then suddenly he again: ;
on subejct can be used a% two minutes. Remove with glass spoke _
language study. The bulletin which rod and between a "Then, I suppose," he said, "I used j
dry blotting
j; :.- - tr papers. diplomacy last night. _
gives suggestions/ on teaching the The linen will be dark yellow In color _
subject is Department, Circular 67. and the cotton white "How was t.hat'l" asked the father. -.Jk
light -
or yel- II_
low.' "Why, when mother came in with '

rt- Circulating libraries are about to the castor oil last night I rolled Johnny i :
be launched In five Florida counties: Willie's Wisdom over into my place and then rolled -

: !4 r: and Walton Leon., Taylor Recently, Columbia several, GadAden hundred I, in' Auntie Sophie: "You look so nice him other back side.again" before she ,got to the 11E/ .);Ir"-W b: c.;)Iar1Ju.$ or: Doll";:,t0. : !ff

your boy scout suit that I am goIng Coubt, Texas, 1UJ0wu "
looks were donated to extension home mnnU7 n"Uder or the t\ollth,"' II' 'ha Cons-
to kiss has YJSIOIII
Willie. Lemons In of
you Etiquette
demonstration work of the state. The Voinlaublty, farm .AmeriCA all II greet
la and
alolll the'
Willie: "Go ahead 111 call it By Miss Vora Dence same geneini I IIn" -
for the toy Ii a..tho... -
plan necessarily malt Community employed
beginning de"eJoPIUeut -I
: throurhout
good deed for the .
place about a hundred books into the day. When taking a young lady for an Is tbs belt example of 80uu. eave 8pnlngs TeL
j automobile ride do not insist. that ..bepar d.'elolD1ent. In two
*. hands of each county home dem- : irons a deeertlf "fII,'. )'earsU cbanCed
A few rows of early uireet 'corn for 'IOIIt on a uud rood to
all the and oil
onstration' agent frho will see that planted in gas: at every -.1tb. eentr 0' the rich 8a"llIe Bottoms e prHPfJrOUI village In
I your tomato Meld will Pieture1
c' 41.. I tie/ books are, pioperI7dIathbnt.d greatly reduce the filling1 station. )If she want to boy a ... WOrked ut the jde., at Cars 8prIlIp. the show t.Ira, Martin Whet
damsgedone by new tire do Coullunnltr bou
occasionally not
.and ued.t ""- : mar :alId Ihtypeof lrnnglo'erR .uUt then<. _
> 'I ,_ tomato caterpillars. - ha'"hlrh' .n midf'"'" .. ,_
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. TUB' KISSIMMEE VALLEY, .GAZi-iRWAZ .APRIL ill. U3:' :Iit.iia. tt-T ; FIVBT*


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LOCAL.E j- .' ,,., 'il .' ,. . ".
: WEATHERREPORT. : At Mrs. B st'. home Tuesday afternoon t, . '. ,,' : ;: "!\ :
: ,' ,J
the club met in business sesion. .t Vb" :' ; 1>, \ ; ...:.. .
+, Official Bulletin of i daily. tern. > Mrs;, Owen was' elected vice- J PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH V -- ..- ,
perature and precipitations' furnished president, and Mrs. T.. R. Moseley, .:
Rev; W. ll. Presch, D. D., Pastor
by the Kissimmee Cooperative secretary. For seVeYal years Mrs. J .
t, at Dup mt's Cafe. 18-3t 4' U. S. Weather Bureau *1 J. E. Lupfer was chairman of ,the 9:45 a. m.--Sunday- schooL Prof. 5- -
I 4' Station for the week ending! child welfare and now Mrs. O. W. D. B. Shaver, superintendent. V V : 1

Mrs. J. A. Sutton left X1seirntneoz4day. +, Thursday, April, I2j .4'' Best and Mrs. Lupfer jointly have 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship. .
| }' .for Painesvllle, Ohio. to spend ,4' V 4' his work in charge. There is. immediate Sermon by the pastor. -

I the summer. .' Date Max. Mn. Prep. 4' demand for help in ,this line 6:30"p.. -'m.-Christian Endeavor 'Gal 'Phone'
4' Friday Apr 8:._.__88 70 .00 and members will be given sewing meeting. ,
\ Big',values In dregs shirts, $1 and + Saturday, Apr 7__86 ,56 .00 + for Miss Smith's linen'chest. for summer 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship." ,Ser ,
[up, ,at McCAULEY'S. 4 Sunday, Apr 8.__:1-88 66 .00 4' work. mon by the pastor. "

Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Bogrue returned 4 Monday,' Apr' 9____81 67 .00 Mrs. Best reported the cowing of Music by the.orchestra. -' .
4' Tuesday 10..83 60 ..00Wedn'day 4'
Apr Laura
Jean Ried next week-and the 7:30 p. Wednesday. Prayer
! to Kissimmee Tuesday, from Umatll- 4 Apr 11 _83 62 .00 + Babie's Clinic to be held in May. For and Bible study.
la where have been tendays'
on a
4 '
Thursday, Apr 12..89 73 ..00Readings 0' these affairs the club will
cooperate 7:30
visit to their daughter Mrs. F 1 p. m.-Thursday. Choir prac-
4 are made at 6:00 *
1 p. with other organizations to
, E. |Faulkner, 4. m. for the precedlng.twenty.four .* attain success. tice.Visitors
will find a cordial welcome
Furnished Flat for rent.. W. B.Uurl. . houra.ALLISON .Mrs A. T.' Morrison reported the to a home-like church.
.. Gazette office. 14-tf 0' T. TRENCH 0' civic work of which she and Mrs. 1.U. .
0' Co-operative Observer.; .* Ingrain have been in charge for FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

The Ladies' Aid Society of the 4' .4' 444.4 .4. . .... two years. .11. .

! Christian church, will sell cakes, pies, The work has been rather difficult Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D.,. Pastor. .,

doughnuts, rolls, and candy (all home New straw hats at McCAULEY'S and in some ways discouraging. Al- .
9:45 a. School. Carson
m.-Sunday -
| made) at Floyd's store, Saturday, beginning most two hundred dollars have been
Farmer Classesfor
I at two o'clock. W. H. TunnJclifTe, of Sanford and spent on the two lots-that, near the all superintendent.Join the class.
Saint Cloud, was in Kissimmee Thursday railroad and the federal Jot The railroad ages. pastor's
I i 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the
Quality shows in Holeproof silk pas
and attended the Chamber of lot has had much labor-hired "
[hose $1 to,$3. at McCaule 's. tor. "The Gospel in the Clou:!.
Commerce luncheon.Don't bor--expended: upon it, and many 1
6:30 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional
F Rev. C. W. Crabtree of Fort Gay >lants Ret out Sixteen dollars were meeting.
forget-Purple Cat CabaretFireman's
West Virginia is ill at the home paid for poinsettias and many plants 7:30 m. Sermon the
I. very hail April 20. donated. However automobileshave p. by pastor. .
f of his daughter, Mrs. Hull Bass, at were "Why Not Today?"

FEast Lake. His son,, C. R. Crabtree, Dr. William Newell, state directorof otherwise destroyed damaged many the and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer "So the People May Kuow"V

fof huntington, West Virginia, arrived agriculture, with Messrs. Drew and meeting. _
; Sunday, and is with him at the Smith of the state agricultural college Nearly one hundred dollars were Free seats and a welcome" to
the federal
lot. It
on was
; Base residence. made a brief call on Leo II. Wil- leveled strangers as well as those who belong V
plowed curbed croquet plotl
For lots of fun music and good son, county agent Thursday morning sailed to destroy the grass, and fifty A church here, of the Bible and for the The Valley. Gazette's desir/Is to
r print all the news all the time but
> eats come to Purple Cat Cabaret, See the Dancing Girla Purple Cat dollars expended for cement. Then people. phone -
unless items In
sent by
are ,
and dol-
i April 20. Cabaret April 20. curbing were placed eight
lars paid for croquet sets. The lot METhODIST CHURCH card or letter we cannot hope to get

.' Mrs. Clarence Tolar of Loughman, Aldus Matthews l is a new arrivalIn was kept mowed fairly clean but the It all. know of any Item of

left Sunday for Washington, D. C., to Kiasimmec from Homestead, Flor- aftermath of the recent fair was discouraging Rev. W. C. Norton, Pastor. news The Valley Gazette will be very -

J take a six month post graduate Ida. He got here yesterday and indeed. After the removalof glad to print it.

' course in music. During her absence started work this morning!, at the soda tents, debris lemained scattered 7:00 a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer Club! Society Lodge, Church or

Mrs. George Gardner is taking her fountain at Stanley's Pharmacy.See everywhere crocket wickets were Meeting in Bungalow. School notes; people going away or .
classes in Loughman, making the trip torn up and not since have we seen 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. J. L. coming back; marriages deaths or '

there twice a week. the new Paisley and Oriental. the coterie of old gentlemen basking: Overstreet, superintendent. birth., Item. concerning visitors,
silks and voiles, at McCAULEY'S. there in the sunshine or engaged in 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas. building operstions, real estate deals,
Good six-room house and nice lit- tor.
Alos 6-room mod- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McCrory, with their former pastime game. Civic 1 6:30 Senior devotional neighbors moving' in or going out, and .
| for
and Mr. and :Mrs. M.
. cm; close in. Nelson Realty CornPY. daughter means eternal vigilance. I service.. Gazette
to its
Valley interesting
; S B. Shelton of the McCror Stores About twenty-five dollar. of the : 7:30 p. m.-Preaching by the pas readers. more
party spent a few days in Kifeimmea tor. .
civic fund entered into the purchase
I). A. Bailey and A. L. Vickers, this week while Mr. McCrory was of curtains for the Chapter House. 7:30: p. Wednesday. Mid-week The Valley Gazette's motto Is: "S.
druggists and soda dispensers respectively making plans for remodeling his prop service. "
Seme the Mothers' Club prayer the People May Know and to that
at Stanley's Pharmacy, erty. years ago 3:30 and 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Teacher end we ask co-operation. t -
Thin your
school beautiful
tendered their resignations and wi 1 _ _ !gave the a flag. trainer class.
leave Sunday for Lee.burg. where Our prices on genuine Palm Beach pleasure it hopes to repeat some time
they have accepted similar posiOini I suits, and straw hats are just n lit- jut[ for the present the club will aban- tice.7:30: p. m.-Friday. Choir prac. ''Help us Kissimmee"
Ion all livic work and confine itself
with the CowUs-Eckles Drug Company -: tle lower. McCAULEY'S.WOODYARD *
wholly to child welfare. The Wornan's -
of that city. CHRISTIAN ChURCH
MOVED Club has a good civic committee. I

E. J. Whitner and Mrs H. M. Bartlett The secretary cf Mother's Club was 10.00: a. m.-Sunday< school. C, E I

his housekeeper, who have been I have moved my woodyard from instructed to send a communicationto Yowell, superintendent. I
spending a few months in Kissimmee 516 Brack street. to 121 Main street, the Woman's Club to be read at 11.00: a. in.-Sermon by Rev. Smith,

at 306( Mabbette street left Friday where I am still prepared to furnishmy their next business meeting-bidding of Wauohula.

for their- home in Westford Massachusetts. customers with 120 veneer hocks: them success in their civic workandthe 7:00 p. m.-Christian Endeavor.

Their many friends in Kiammmee IB-inch delivered for $3.15; 12-inch hope that }they may utilize some Subject: "How Can We Become Truly -
will be glad to welcome them blocks, $2.95. Split for stove-wood. of the foundation, work as ably done Educated ? Leader: MI'''. Deyo. 4.

back next year. guaranteed full strand; 16-inch for by Mrs. Moi risen and Mrs. Ingiam. [reo. .
$3.35; 12-inch for $1.15. Got your The Mothcts' Club anticipates a 8:00: ( p. m.-Sermon by Rev. Smith :

New York Life Insurance Co., SamL winter's supply now. All delivered. May )Pay picnicat Wetheibee's on1li1llard' 7:30: p. m.-Wedne-sday. Prayer I -

Lupfer, local representative. Utfc Phone 91. J. Donin. 12-tf ,* Island on May 2. meeting. Interesting and inspirational .
The club will alto celebrate Moth- "ervices.Visitors each month. Foreign Missionary of. FUlt RISNT .At Melbourne Hunch
The Gazette I is indebted to Representative MANUFACTURING COMP.VNY eis' Day May 1.1, in a memorial of cordially invited. 'ering taken second Sunday each ocean front furnished cottaire 3master

C. S. Acree, for copies of CLOSED) BY SHERIFF service to others. On Saturday afternoon month at evening service. ..B<. the House Journal in which we note --- previous to Mothers' Day the ST JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Come Pray, Believe All welcome. I I baths .servant room and Karage.
Mr. Acree has been appointed on the The Watson Manufacturing:: club will go to the Farm carrying Also well furnished npurtmvnt. 4
following committees: Enrolled Bills; color-in flowers Rev. M. B. Ayres Rector. rooms with garage, to responsible
lots bits of -
Company was closed la week by the' of sweets, TRACTOR MUST SHOW RESULTS people who desire to Bpend the sumnier -
Game; Miscellaneous Legislation! fcherirT on executions from three judgments pictures and oo\R-polsibly! 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School. TO BE PROFITABLE ON FARMIf at the beach from May IB to
Public Printing; Uniform Laws, and against them by three separate something even more materialistic. 11:00 a. Morning-Prayer, and I I October 11;. TO. O'ConnerMel, -
Pnblro'"Welfare.) Contributed. I bourne Beach Florida. 17'Ztx-:
I crfitois.::: The company's affairs are ______ sermcn by the rector. the tractor is to be profitable on
Star Brand leather shoes wear better : being held in obeyance for the time IMPORTED CANARIES::/ 8:00 p. in.-Program. the farm, says the United States department FOR BALK-Fine Porto Rico sweet potato
being to afford them an opportjnity, Sunday April 15 8:00. of agriculture it should plant, $1.60 per 1000; $1.00 for
for ladies m.Viclin
and .costs $2.75 up or INSPECTED; AS SONGSTERS::/ : p. 600.; Joe Hed liter. 1208 Mabbett
large girls.' Men's, $2.25 up at Mc- to make settlement. BEFORE SELLING::/ Prelude Handel's "Laigo'' make possible the accomplishment of treet. Kissimmee. 15-4UK
CAULEY'S. : -- -- Mrs. S. H. Bullock. at least one of the following things:

A CORRECTION During the last fiscal year, 1J4.547 Processional-Hymn 519, Choir and. A reduction of the number of work FOR MALE-Ten acre farm with. house,.
$100. K. A. Strout Farm Agency.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson A. Russell canaries were ,imported into this Congregation. stock on the farm; a reduction of the Poatotflce building. II;
stopped over for a brief visit with The attention of The' Gazette lias country under permit., The numberof Prayers and Creed. V amount of hired. help required the

Mr. Russell's mother, and old friends been railed to an errorn the notice canaries entered for the Christmas "Twilight and Dawn".-(Oley Speaks) farming of an increased acreage; or FOR BALE. For' Kent. furnished., ;

in Kissimmee, yesterday morning, on of ,tbtt' duth of A. M. Lit Chauncey, trade, though smaller than in year V Mr. Walter Lee, baritone. an increase In the amount of crop eent Room.each and at No The Trepas U *ette, 10

their way to Saint ePtersburg at-, which was announced a few weeks prior to 'the war was more nearly Anthem-"There l is a Friend for Lit produced. ,V.' '.I j *V '. .'-tr -
tend the satte bankers convention ago as the J pl1saln of F.'D. Chancy. normal than for some seasons past.A tie Children" Sunday.School Choir With the addition of a tractor to i

Nelson is now cashier of the First The item was printed as handed in large proportion of th? song ca- "Calvary" ___,._________Paul Rodney the farm equipment there will necessarily FOR SALE at-the Fine office residence of The property.Apply Valley.'
Natinoal Bank of Mcintosh, Florida. by a friend of the family and The nstien ate imported from Bremen Mr. F. A. Thomps, tenor. be some changes in the methods Ousette.. Kissimmee. $-tc
-- Gafcttte regrets the error. Mr*!. F Germany where they are collected i" Quaitette-"But The Lord is Mind of operating the farm and per. -
The leading life insurance companyof I D. Chauncey is the widow of the de- the Hartz Mountains from peasants ful" ( Mendelssohn ) Mrs. W. J. haps a reorganization of the type of FOR SALR--600. acre rood pasture I
laiul S( Cloud. For Bale.
near quick
the world New York Life. See coaxed. who raise. them. One of the function Sears, Mis. W. J. Steed; Misses, farming will be possible. Some sureyi $5.oi)) per acr.. Write S. U. \Wllltai*::!, (
Sam Lupfer, ngent. 14-tfe -- - ----- cvf the biological] survey of the United Mavmo Pilley and Margaret Stan \ of a number of farms where Wnucliulu. Florida. 8-tt -
-- W. C. T. I''T. PROGRM( OI.\PTKUIIOL'SK States department of agriculture is toinspect ford. tractors have been owned and operated -

"SquirrelVi8dom" is being! enjoyed ;!' : TONIGHT I 8 O'CLOCK all entries of foreign birds I Hymn 388-Choir and Congregation have been made by the department FOR S \I.E--Or. with llorlils.Rent wati-r A nice nnd!5roiimrottnite. tmtli.

by a great number of people this -- -- and mammals into the United Statesto Scripture Lesson-The Rector and show what changes take place on on easy Payments; or wilt rent to .I. -
week in front of the Merchants and :MURK prevent the introduction of undesirable "Tench/ Me To Pray" Miss TatsMakmson : y the average: farm under tractor con snail family See the owner. J. J.
Farmers Hank. An animated electric Scuptuie Rending and PrayerMI ; species. Permits for as many contralto. ditions. Farmers' Bulletin]] 129!)
sign i ntaining the wisdom referredto _ _ _ ___ __ P. Ella' Moore HI 17OOO cannries in different lots Allthern--"Th Son of God (loo: Changes Effected L by Tractors on '
is not only putting forth found n'lv l- :Music _ House, ( )rche"trKiNi'lmg : have been I issued! in a day. and single I Forth Tc Wai," St. John's Choir Corn-Belt Kainis i has just been issu- t.OOIl TIIINf.M TO 111'1'0 > .
:co about saving money, bu i ill alir _ - li"-HI"(Tin :SniednlRuiulmiT :; II shipments of more t than 8,000 buds.ijOffeitory-"An ,'I'1I Serenade," Mr J. eel.Vilh the information ,set forthin r'lVTTAtlKH",-lth I lluhtH! . on z,I.l Humnii\\iit*">''. Mie.'t.une i lliT\ .

used l<\ advertise current eyents of KooaKv] Hilton me common Wade Tucker; Violin ()Obblltrato this bulletin]] the mun who U trying with ttHt-i l but no ..10.. t. i..>, pavIIIK -
nopular local interest. Vocal Sln------ r, ()!n Each t-anaiy i is pi Ki<'ed i in a CIII tfby I Wade Tucker. tenor; Violin Obblignto. .- to decided whether to buy a machine I KIMX! 'liiK-rm. on JMin n' III cell
"Let the little Children) for C I Tin Tim.I x>n i"."I. :i Him).
Keadintr- itself at the point whet the birds an Mis. S. H. Kullock. will I be enabled] to determine KINK 1.11'1'1.1t..rlll.. modern home. 7
investment make
The best can <
you 1 hay"-----------.Mrs.: J. E. Lupfe Jra the rcoc: I. These cages are set in lIoxology-Choi and 1 CcnlCregalion.I upprox joint clv what influence the acrt's g.od land: flowing will; wry i -
in New York Life Setterthan :
a Policy. Vocal Solo_ .M rR. Susie Spier Stiedul tiers containing three cages/: one Sway j Benediction. tiHclor mlt have on his farm, and tin | a t'I ':t ROSY li-ims'
II'r, ;
account. See Sam
a savings Adiresa----------, Rev.V.. H. DresclOpen and seven the other; t then the tiers Re'es..ional-Hymn 40$' Choir and man who ulieacjy owns one will be : I Is atii-ii' 'hi 'ring .ruvc.anl .

Lupfer. 14-tfc Foium! -Led by Mrs. Celeste J. are placed one above the other, in a Congi ation. able to compare results which he has I &n'l anil acres pineapple>OUIIK' budded oiantcial l'arsnBrow ; .o3oofi

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCool Jr., Fripp. "package" about five feet high secui- Violin Postludc-"Ave Maria," Mrs. obtained with those obtained by oth- ) OUIIK' iurH,'i> tries; renl bargain -

closed their winter residence on 1<;01- Music _ .._ ____ __ _Rouse Orchestra ed by. .straps of wood and protected S. II. Bullock. ers. I Termn. best can b of,* hntlSFTVKRAL reasons. for .lllntf-

met street this week and left We.lnes Refreshments -----Freewill Offering by. canvas In thin form the birds reshipped 8:00: p. Wednesday.: Litan)'. PINK little truck farms ntI
day afternoon for their home in"Ben v- i Hostesses-Mrs. M. E. Turner, Mrs. and are fed and watered every Pi-avers, and Address. NEW. fSi FOR MOUSE TRAPS I bargain prices nnd favorable term
Falls Pennsylvania. Mr. McCoo W. B. Makinson, Mrs. M. Katz, day during their journey. An inspector -- r.( in' .
er Mrs. W. H. Dresch.TRANSLATION CHRIST'S ChURChPentecostal | '' InALT"lrA"n'
was rejoiced to find that this year's roes over the shipment whenit The mouse, trap has a new goveri.-
inauguration of additional Pullman reaches. port requiring the packageto ( ) ment job. Finding English sparrows
cars enabled him to leave Kissimmee SENT IN be taken apart and the center row Corner Brack and Oak Streets which have been committing I FOR RENT
FOR JUDGE KR1BBS' "LATIN" shown to make sure that only heal- -- seri us depredations on the immaturecorn
on the Tampa Special in a throughcar Thos. R Buckalevr Pastor FOR nF.NT-Cottn. 215 Sumn.r Bt. -
to Pittsburg, just thirty miles thy canaries and nothing but canaries and inungo bean growing in the n.."I>' remodeled moiK-rn. Iniprovettirrit -
The following was the first trans are in the consignment.It 10:00 ; School. experimental plats of the federal experiment tnnlde. und l out from his home. a. m.-Sunday V
latlon sent in to the lines! offered In For Stile: Rallroid sri boat ticket.reducd .
is further ascertained that each 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by pastor. at Honolulu Hawaii .,
week's issue The rate from KI. 'mnl'e to nonton. -
last of
Ask for information on the New the Latin t"Referring of canary is a real singer! bv placingthe 7:30: p. m.-Inspirational Singing! too wary to eat poisoned grain, Mna*. inquire witlil' 18 .Itc: -
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup to "epic" little cages in sunny windows in Praise and Testimony. the mouse trap was called into serv
Judge Kribbs' in your latest issue, i ice. In the the FOR rtRNT-Furnlehed houte. Apply -
fer. 14-tf< the importer's place of business. 8:00 Sermon, corn plats traps are
: m.- by
although my latin has grown some p. pastor. to 1I>Ir". M A. ('lark. }16 VeronaStreet.
Those that immediately begin to sing wired nartly-eaten earn. For baita
: 2:30 p. m.-Tuesdays: Women's Bible IS.Ita:
A. Rosen is all swelled up this week what rusty since graduation day I are marked to indicate that they may study. Pastor in charge. soft kernel l IH used. When the bird

over the fact that his daughter, Elea- would follow_ translate, the said "epic" as be sold; the silent ones are put aside 'I 7:30 p. m.' -Tuesday: Bible Study I attempts to eat the innocent-looking WANTED.AVANTKD '
nor. won the state declamation con- -n for a while, or with other singers until Sermon by pastor. bait the trigger is released and the V

test last week at Tallahassee. Nice I stry Bill ah! 'ere's a go they, to.o. have been heard.A 7:30 p. m.-Thursday: Weekly pilferer caught by the head or neck. -Ford roadster. Ford tour-
work. Miss Eleanor! "Ringside ob Forty buses in a row! Prayer Service. Death is instantaneous. For the Inir. and one ton Kurd truck. Iiall.,'.

servers" say that Fred Lupfer had No, see Mary they be trucks, unique and exhaustive compilation Communion service first Sunday mungo beans the traps are also bait. Grocery $t. Cloud. 18-2C

first place! cinched in the boys' con- Vot is in 'em; Peas and ducks. of the forest resources of the ed with soft corn and laid on the 'ANTEI-Qond we.-t potatoes. from -

test too. -Student of a yesteT year. world has been completed by the forest .. ground near the plants. one to ten thousand pounds at BalI -
The verse submitted by Judge servIce United States departmentof ----- I 1..1"'. <]roc..ry. !!It. 'loud. 1V-S
State Veterinarian M. V. Springstun Kribbs was: agriculture. This reveals among I The Gazette's job department Is

government expert on tuberculosis "I sabilla haeres ago other things. that DO far as our great Curb Market All Day equipped to do all kinds of job printing \V Florida YOU do you any should kind read of The farming Farmer In

of cattle, with C. C. Fish state Fort I bus ea in aro. structural and all-purpose woods- I ; on short notice and at reasonable And Btookirmii. which (deal with clt-

director for tuberculosis eradication Nosce' mari thebe trux. the soft woods are concerned we : prices. rUB and truck farmlnir. live stock
were in Kissimmee and vicinity last! Votis men pes an dux." must become self-sufficient or go poultry and datrylnK 8end for free

Saturday and the earlv! part of this Judge Kribbs says the translation without. If all the available Siberian Green Onion. Oranges sample*. copy Yearly or aubicrlptlon 25 cents for $1.00 threemonth ; -

week testing cattle. Cattle of M. D. i I.. approximately correct his only timber were put at the undisputedcall three years IS.00. Published twiceA
Casler, Ross Graves, Mrs. WaIler correction being, "I say, Billy, here's of the United States the yearly Green Beans Grapefruit month Address The Farmer and

Lee Rogers/. E. Thomas Pat Johnston a go" instead of the line as submit export would hardly supply one- Cucumbers Tangerine Stockman.Jacksonville.: No.Florida 10 Newnan Street!U-tfc V

C. M. Garrett, W. I. Barber, and ted by the "student of yester year." Fourth of our annual timber needs. Cab ,aJte Bananas

others, were tested. The officials reported There is an immense reservoir of MISCELLANEOUS
not a single case mall the A whale skull so large that it bad hardwoods in the tropics which can Lettuce Applet (

tests which had been proved to the to be sawed into eight pieces forhandling' be..used for limited and1 special pur- New* Lemonx YOUR BIO OPJ><)}tTUNITYell the I
original J. It. Watkins l best
Line forover
time of l last report. and crating, was recently poses and secured at mahogany prices. CeleryCarrots nfty , known everywhere.Fmery ; .
the shore of Alltak
found on Bay ; But the struggle forthe world'ssupply Fresh Tomatoes Beets product n seller and repeater. I
Kissfmmee; high school grid stars Alaska, by a representative of the of soft woods will become Territory open now In KlMlmmeo
will ,have 'the opportunity, of talking biological survey. United States department Sweet Potatoes Turnips for u live hustler. Be flnit. Wrltotoday <-
and and those
-WIth of the players that made the of agriculture, who, in more more jntense, nations Irish Potatoes Spinach for free sample* and particular y
on. was will fare best that prudently : FOR 'SALE . .. J. B Watkins Co., Depl S7.;
triumphant Rollins Ta 'teaJp.. ssi- I the, territory investigating! : the fox use"their..suitable waste lands for Strawberries Eggs Memphis.. Tennessee. 17-ttX!
ble during' the past football 'lleason farming Industry.' F'Iht aid'waa. given FOR BALE_Sweet potatoes; from one .
the center of the courteous growing coniferous woods. This ". hundred to live thousand pound at IF YOU do any kind ot farming In ;
J'Em"lEmery star by skipper of apasingshlpwbO'took1trto -
., ' study shatters. the dream of those llalley' Grocery itt Cloud. IS-tt Florida you should read The Farmer ,_t .
the Tar team, makes.* 'vislti to Kls- C near c -
who ieIyoq' ( importing the timber and Stockman which deals with Hfv
simmee'high school irr the interest of by''cannery, from -which'was BAILEY'S GROCERY FOR SALE:-' Ornde Aberdeen, Anrr rue and truck farming- live toekpoultryand ..
need when our own is ,gone., bull nice Individual, ,. Urade" Tum. ... '
Rollins .College.; Emery:.was credited possible to send it to the atat...; 'In ; dairyings .nd for.1. vamplecopy
ram: several miteSeow..." F.' ..A.Blroup . or IK cents fpr thr_:
,with a position .on the mythical',All accordance with a co-operative '.-The best. Investment you can' make ,-- Flab Lske.Itancb.KIeslmm.e.. month-"Yearlr aubscrlptlonh1.OO;
State' C llece.lerer'by< a.-.tiamberoltha droll was.tcnt to"the is- Jtew York"L1f& PoU Better .e,... ST.. CLOUD:..:; -- _' l7- t. three >y.a_ n....'- Published twlca. .-.

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I I( Editor___:,____?-..?____Fr d Lnpf SOPHOMORE NOTES TilE BEATITUDES A S
Assistant Editor......Alberta Eronion good name :
L Although the smallest class In high 1. Blessed are the poor In theme '

'. Reporter 8choj>l.'lthe Sophomores are of the paper, for theirs is the right of swip I .

L . Twelfth Grade__.Winnlfred Denning opinion that their class is the best. ing.. "Blish" is the family name ,'of '
Eleventh Grade.......Katherine Miller Eleanor Rosen, the vice-president of 2. Blessed are they that mourn.
Tenth Grade.Mary Louise Snodgrass the class. went to Tallahassee with for they shall break the monotony of '

E ,"'". Ninth Grade_________Athalia Griffin the track team, and won the state the class. .
Music Department_______Ethel Owen declamation medal -for girls. She re 3. Blessed are the meek, for they I [i '
I cited the same piece with which she shall inherit the teasing. .
won the declamation medal l here last 4.' Blessed are they which do hunger Bread :
The phrase "don't show superfi year. "The Americanizing of Andre and thirst after candy, for they leumaticpain .
clality" has been used frequently by Francois." The medal has not been shall,,be filled-with demerits.! is the .

the teachers lately. Some of us prob- received yet, but we are sure that it 5. Blessed are the merciful who less every yearSloan's Htstend
ably wonder exactly what they mean. will be worthy of the winner. Katherine have their lessons and lend them, for I
p The word Ruperficial. or superficiality Moseley' another member of the they are cheating their classmates. is rapidly making Cheapest \ ,
means the quality of being on the Sophomore class, won fourth place in 6. Blessed are the pure in heart, widespread suffering

Q surface, of being; shallow, not deep. the high jump. We are all very for they shall not cheat. from rheumatism '
This word exactly fits some people proud of Katherine and wish to 7. Blessed are the peace-makers, a Food.
: who are really shallow. It may be thank her for reflecting credit upon for they shall be called the ieachei's thing of the past. Millions Abraham Blish established America's First Mill) ; ;
'- applied to us in our school work in high school. Hurrah! pets. 1658 and the ninth of '
our Zip, Zip, testify to the n generation Olishes is '
,. the fact that some of us do only the Eleanor: Rosen! Elenor Rosenl! Elea- 8. Blessed are they whichi') <.-4 t can making America's Finest Flour. Order it from '
t surface work. That is, we do only nor Rosen! Katherine Moseley( Katherine for school, for they shall"make up the grateful relief it brings. <

!J l' \. what we have to; we study only that Moseley! Katherino Moseley! time after school. The moment feel the any good grccer. .
lesson which think we you -- -
part of the we 9. Blessed are those who cause
th: : t' shall have to recite on; and some of OF COURSE THE FKESHIESWOULDN'T trouble, for theirs is Prof's paddle. first twinge of panapplySloan's. 1- BLISH MILLING C9.. Seymour, bid |
i us even copy work and hand it in as 10. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad. Its tingling, penetrating -
.idi t .' our own work. Now let's not do this. for great is your reward at the end warmth gives instant ++0-00

., f." we' might think, we have the teachers of school, if you receive your certifi comfort. Before realize _. ._ .
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fooled and are "getting by easy" and "Seniors are bold, so I've been told. fate -
". getting out of lots of hard work; but But this I don't believe; Let lie before it the pain disappears.

: we are fooling only ourselves. It For Friday past, in Science clam, class mates your paper that they so may see your your Try it-you'll find many PAINTING DECORATING

% "r / does not harm the teachers, and what They could not Coach deceive. !Rood works and thereby fool them everyday uses for Sloan's.SIoan'i PAPER HANGING
t. good does it do you to get just a
selves into that
perfectly thinking
work. It does With them they brought, candy they'dbought IJnInient-illspain!
; smattering of your you they have an education. PIERCE & KENTON '
absolutely no good at all, let's learn --- I _pot rh'uma thoroughly or not at all;" "don't be To eat during the morn; KISSIMMEE -
I't' .: uperficiaf'' Dut Coach did spy, with his own eye, SOPHOMORE NOTES A POSTAL CARD WILL DO
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\ The sure's born. WilY NOT STOP THE
d candy, you're Come all ye debaters! Good old- .

4; I Yesterday morning With Mr. Cason, ouri lie took it all, our Coach so tall, time debates! anyday, anytime, in SALE OF REVOLVERS .- -'- -- =-- '
f t f sclehce teacher, his class of Mist Leitner's at 9:15. The
And placed it on the table; room : ( By Moses Folsom) if I should weighout RAT CAMPAIGN
,I 4 Freshmen made a trip to the city I might rest tonight, SUCCESSFUL
Sophomores and
are debating
i : electric light and water plant. The Then did proceed, the text to reaJ, they show exceptional now,abili- It is about time, in view of the frcjuent -: on my scales the death that you _
As well as he was able. debating; of the revolver in the handsof If sell half The biological of "
invite. I should the
1\\ I .. .I' how the electricity wan generated. The Seniors passed into next class. Wonderful debates everyday. irresponsible persons of both sex ton of poison, green or blue, in yon- I States department of agriculture'
, : 'r They traced the steam from the timeit And in the Juniors came: Everybody cordially invited. 4.s. to put a stop to the sale of these der hoosegow, grim and dun l'll spend< conducted an anti-rat campaign In ,

t t" 1 ; went out of the boiler till it evaporated -' Mischief found they, on that /seine Though you had better see death dealing weapons. Until the cit- a year or two, but you may go and Georgia during December, and followed .,
: in to the air. Mr. Cason said day, ;Mitts Leitner about that first. liens are disarmed it is useless to buy a gun, and none will question it with a similar campaign
L," Ii i that some of the pupils who had never And it did bring them shame. talk about disarming the nations, To you. AirOss the street they're selling which is in progress in Virginia u
p.' i taken any 'interest in the work at FRESHMEN NOTES allow the manufacutre and sale guts, the cheapest and the best, co-operation with the extension sery.'
t school, certainly were interested yes But since they came, why v ho can of these swift und easy implementsof and you may shoot the bears and rats ice of the Georgia agricultural col.'
, ) terday. blame WARNING: The Frcshies advise all murder, means a continuance of that do your home infest, and wound lege./ preliminary/ organization work,
1' : __ _ _ Them for their appetites; other> classes to keep up with their murdc-r, suicides and accidents. The"toting them sorely in the slaU, and send was done, and a state-wide publicity

t :. f ij Last Friday and Saturday at They took their seats, and sooi did English note books-Miss Leitner of n /gun" is 011(' of the !most them to their lent. AcrosH' the street campaign! was put on. The campaign
t ;. Gainesville our cinder stars competed eat, might want them. dangerous of habits [ it caries I journey then to buy a deadly tool; attained it's greatest efficiency at Atlanta -
( t i with some of the bent track men The candy with big bites. I with it the potential threat of I the stole. was full of half baked men, when the chamber of commerce
:,. in the state. Although we did not JUNIOR:' NOTESAt qui( 'kly becoming an active and actual und<1 little boys from school ; they purchased and distributed free of
I I' carry off the trophies of the meet When Coach did find, Juniois wouldn't clanger. '''bought their guns and bought again charge two and three-quarter ton of
1. \, I 1 our men made what we call a good mind. piesent the Juniors are very\ The concealed( ] l weapon is a constant i I and broke no law or rule. The sales- barium carbonate for poisoned bait
1 showing. Gordon Bullock qualified He made them all stay in ; lUsy selling Ice cream to make money menace. Its use is the cause of large I 1, men nil were Sunny Jims who did for rats. Satisfactory remits are reported -
.' \A\' for the final- in both the hroa-l jump But they did say in a clever way, for the .Junior Senior entertain- expenses in touit trials and the i innocent their work with speed and everywhere in the number of rats killed
. "And the shot put. Uly Chapman and
\, .) I'I Emerson Squires did their best, but Now folks I have or too inquisitive, the Juniors gallows helps to fill prisons, and car- drew II bead l, and someone idiot me tomlitiomt/ less favorable for then
most day
I the stars from other towns proved 'The Kreshies say every!" not decided what they will giveyou rica sorrow and distress into the in the limbs to nee if I would bleed." pests by eliminating source of food
I are so K'reen" for
.. too good for them, so they were But I do know, that this is I your entertainment. Don'tworrv"all homes of all concerned. The psychology '- Or. Hoffman, a well known statis- and! harborage and by the rat-proof
!so .i
things those who
eliminated from the finals. F. S. Led- We're not like Juniors mean. wait." come to of I the revolver i i.s to use it tican recently published! his annual rnnstiiietion\ or repair of buildings.
r( better ran the mile in good fashion when the mind htrom .*H excite*). I' reports on homicides in American cit It is planned to follow up the drivtt
:r and we believe that he would have : And all through life, through care Last FI iday morning the school was Most of the shooting affairs arc I i ie It is II depressing {'hron l.I... l Ile-> from time' to time nn required to con-
placed had he began to sprint a little and strife tisited by Mr. Patterson, a Presbyterian with ievol\ers. Hecause of ievol\era spite deterrent influent en, criminal trol the rats! effectively.MII .
4e .r sooner. In the finals Gordon Bullock : This motto, w<* shall, bear it; layman from St. Louis, MIH- tl1<<' crime wake('"" rolling on and homn ides continue< to increase in the - -----

,. ... took third place in the championship i 'Tis only this 'Ingnorance is LHl ,l broad jump. Those who have never And we don't want demerits. months in Africa, lookinguj> the missionary pay i the pli ico for the use of. these i'the annual rate of murder I lose 81 I 111 I lh". '.MllltJujRCH I ---- <''bU ri. Offf-i-ota,
seen the state track meet do not realize A. <;. work of the church. Mr. I'ut Plaything[ of the devil to I.. found I for inch I 100.0OO I I< ()(< population i I t i in I 1'CJO! : .iiiniMjil.. ..r, In lie" E..
!: ". how good an athlete a person hast lei'son (gave us a most interesting- lit a "bargain" in show wuulowt I of i to :Ji.'l, :t in I'.U'J I : : It is not shown by .- be to into the finals. Fifteen I every city. i'these stmiti'titthat mini: Mlii..I. '
even get When woman was made from' man'RI.ib scription of the of Africa which i prohibition
,., R I rahn for Gordon Bullock. parts I In I London, the 1 police ale not allnw-. I restricted! immigration have caused :Noll. IH li.-it-i.v" ui\.n I.. all ,.hom
.. someone pulled a bone.-Ex. lie had visited, and of his work there. a I U ,, ".iiiiiin. thai I. Miry P l BronUII.I -
iii. -- ed I to carry revolvers. To kill or' I eduction in the number. of capital Hon. ,CM (; \,, of Johnnie Itol"II..n. "' &,- "
wound a l policeman< in that city js a''IM'I crimes, ,on.. u Mlnoi. will. th. 161)1) day'
a- L I ious matter, as no is shown I I <.r \l.i. \ l P I U'! 1. ,.i.,,.Iv. to th. Honor
j pre\t-nt foot rot. High bjnKed trees * > > > > > < c- < : mercy Chicago:: has more murders every 11, lilT I. < '..iii.i. < I J...1.... of the Count ,
I .H d a rainy season will start, disease .) by the courts to a thug who shoots ,\'<'ltl' t than all Kngluml" or t 'meniula -. .In-) N t '"utt. ,h.,. Ilsainmae. In said
[AGRICULTURAL POINTERS]I .,n the trunk and roots.S *: THE WATCHER .:- lin officer. The evil doer of I.ond'in both ,countries having( many time ( ''iinl\ "I i .1'. t i.-CNxk A, M. or aa.Ih. .-
The giove needs' constant cultivation > has no11..'<1 of drawing a iwolvei Ion i more population. I IndianapoiiM! tin- H ,
+ : h nl, fin I '
I .lultfirlty I lo sail prlv'ate
I through the dry season.' ( a policeman because< knows," he more ideis than bus London Miinvnorthern at
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fin Keep ,
h LEO H. WJLSO.IJ: COUNTY A'JITL > < + > + < <*+ ++66 + + + unarmed. on.nlxth Interest
the is
acme harrow !going every week cities, he says, are retrogressing of Juhnnli- lIolo..r a llronnon, a illnot-
lV to- conserve the ,soil moisture. OBSERVING MOSQUITO( DAY The possession of a revolver suggests morally or administratively I In the following clenrrlticd real state

ItL' Now i is a fine time to' clear) out The Watcher .has killed a mosquito its use in a heated argument for their murder rates are increasing.The I In- unld All founty.or; KrnMlonnl co-wit Houth,: .>a.t Quarter
!l lth drainage ditches and make new, ones I STUPRBAKER: WINS SOUTH" He swatted him good and hard to resent an affront. The purpose ofrevolver revolver 'fit the instrument used I (HlCli ) of l4a-ctio,. Thirty-thr .
\' to enable 'of,, kh! MKRIC V'S.nACI VO CLASSI Till a Is to kill.I There) in no ex for more murders thnn from all ether (3J), and. I'Y" Vloo.l Tloctlon Thlr- u\
ample drainage
,? your, !Cj .alI of. the windows rattled ; ', '
a. ", : _ . ; '. ., cuae for manufacture or sale. A combined' Mod.of..the dt tyrlovr, ($" 11i Township Tw.-ny- '..Tl 1
land wt-upons ;
farm and \ : +
; pasture Dry now, And 1 the floor of the building jarred. druggist is not allowed : ;-" II U 1 (1'1)' .thJtan"e: Twenty.nlne '<'
.$. but it is only a short time until the A Studebaker Specil-Six, driven by Put he got him; he surely got him! without! to sell poison ies and towns of the country: allow' a UtI Ka: 8t, : >tAUu
z rainy season will start in, and you William.! T. Burke won the Gran Prenvo For over the dresser tall a prescription from a doctor; display in store windows! of revolvers All of Frlt..tlon.t.tJoo
will find it much easier to dig that of Argentine South America'sno f Is a splotch where that old mos.pjito hut any hardware store or pawn shop' ', and other deadly weapons .11I1'l ls >n- Tin.. ,' i ill,:< I .1,11), all of 8crtlen Pour '
'nii veil I the' ,h'ndlj.'llll mind -v.t{ Hi : Houth hair : j ditch now. important race of the year.urainst plastered I against the wall. no question \ille. .l-'loiida.. hastopped this puntice .- th.. :-1. i \\ r.i, quarter ( H\VH ). ofTo
F. A. Stroup, on Fish Lake makes:' I a field which i included, ,I some .aceSiooning. is asked. Why not put the Rale i nUll pci-ons huying i'evol\ei..s an1loiinnd '. nsli' 1 "- a fine rice crop every summer from ,"..f the world's highest priced J cars.M of guns under careful! restriction or I <| i I t to give H-HSOIIS to the police K*mtlil.h
a still I better t entirely] !stop I the sale? \\ |.,,li." ill.n, will I.. hnHi-il upon-
,; I 'sq which he has hay and grain to feeil ".'- rncc i is an annuol'nt held unilei The Associated I I'ress .dispatchesi : Walt! ;Mason asked forar".n why thewant I them, neil deileismust I'h., I'finioi. 'r.i.. Hal- now on IU. In, nM,
S live stock the year round. Mr. Stroup t the} auspices of the Argentine" An :I i\-S the amazing!' information, that a druggist 1'<'1 hUm 11 t generally plants about the middle of"" ) ('Rib.j. lie I liureau of social hygiene of New tto poison bears, nnd, was told-( \. ":' t II the polio-. IK ad I,|-iaHers.I Kxeiy i mi.i m iii I I ioih<'I ,Is, i' ,,.r Apin I ,\ I",
; Mayor first of June waiting until 'I )n,>- is the second in siirresMOII York) Inn 11.. l.iv< ,'s forbidding poison s.ik-H. city "hould follow suit. I li'J-l:
year \ sent
r City out
a large number he' said "arc- strict and tight IIntitlll'r. :1' >\;.
.... there is a good season and hal \.et I that Studebaker bus raced to of I .
r 'iu| < stionnniif i i s to t the ladies 1 KIIIIHSSTKKO I ( : : ( time will come in the fall uht-n) t here, Il-i'o'm the (,ran Premie. inking how many have indulged in ai I <- many kinds of jails where !Subulio,1 < r *the V'.illi-y Caret; i to '-.Hi'II.,IH rm' (

i is a let up in rain fall no thei--i-> no 'Ih'-: distance was from Buenos t lie pleasant" pastime. of xii'ioning'
:. trouble in saving the 'rOIJ'h\' nut .\ii p., ta; Kosaiio and ret urn about About : of rice (this 4 7(1(> miles-and, the winnt-r's ill t . -.. _.
try an acre summer as a time. I 1(145 (I but :!8D 'fess un to having -- -- -- - ------ ---.- -tIIII
I :) ". It. trial crop?, We need a._ grain i ropn '1'0.' .:.' ''. minutes? ;15; seconds <"I in the aforesaid "fpiitlo- ,,, indulg--j---
""' nere for me larmers. nice can oe I wenty-six cars werentered I planted where corn or other rron" t the race, including those' (* of tha fol! i I'ot out those questions, whether manor 0
: 1 would be rained out. Clear up your lowing makes: Studebakl-r, Packai'l', woman, burn-brow or I Hottentot? - -. -'w--...__
\t lands and for this I uu-61n, Ilinpan-Suiza 1 t..:.... . -e..i'-'
11 prepare paying{ Buick. Hud- went entiiely- l too far in their ambi-
I ,." c crop at once. A !good strain of upland .on. Lunciu Chandler and Paige. Beuai'se t ious< nosing into other folks' affairs -

4, t rice m what you want. I of bad roads, only 10 of the :ili By l the time the modern girl outgrew
; /. Have you s, tout your mother |1 (-ii'iants finished, four of which were s her little gingham diesseg and '
I tf plants for strawberry sets this fall? Studebakers. S loes her hair up in a wad on the top
, t' 4,._ A mighty good way to cut down on I A Lincoln driven by iVdro Malgo1-. "if her head along come some harp
I ; i the overhead is to grow your own came in ,second l, time 10 hours 17 nosed person in the name of science & ..

I I \. plants. The (Osceola) Growers, Inc., minutes, 29 seconds. A Studebaker and \vants... her to tell things she :

f' .1 ;.. i, will order your plants for you. Plants Light-Six driven by Farm ( ianflj. Aouldn't, tell her mother, her spooning ,
' I. ', ordered from Allen Maryland are was a close third, time 10 houis, 48 record, and by the Jumping Goatsof
i sure fine. A thousand plants set and( minutes, 35 seconds. Peghorn that's 'arryinathe thing
i-& R properly cared for will be ample for I The record made by the Studebaker too far! _

I' { : : setting an acre. entrant in the race is considered remarkable -
;, Save barn yard manure for your in view of the Stud"bAker S WHERE WILL YOU! BE!
J \ berry land and other truck crops. ( victory in 1922 and the rivalry that --
I :'- Manure will last you several l yearn. I bad, developed. How do you spend your Sundaye"nings'
IT' Commercial fertilizer is in j The race is far than ? j .
I !good its I more a test' of -S .
t '. place but nothing takes the place of "pl'd-it is a tent of sturdy construction Some good people take up the current "
"; manure for truck and farm crop and endurance especially under i issue of a Sunday paper, or a A Treasure of a CarThe
fl.' k Adds such highly illustrated magaijne, at the
\ { I : humus. bacteria, and a percent' driving conditions as! were en- or
: 1 of nitrogen that can't be added to the i' countered this year. The service to latest novel and gently deposit themselves -
soil in any other Aft have which the cars were subjected in any; easy chair for an hour -
,It ,, 1 -- our soil well supplied way. with(r you humus I greater than months of ordinary driving was- of "instructivereading.. public has a way: of giving honor where honor i is

., t. 'i'U Iand bacteria ycu are then i in position and strikingly demonstrates the It is instructive-most of that due. Certainly CKcrland was never more worthy.It .
,, 11 .1 :o apply commercial fertIlizer and j I II stamina possessed by Studebaker reading.A is
I i-A ',. get; the. mojt good. Commercial fer- I cal'. fellow reads all about the latest better looking, more-"comfortable: more dependable

f.. / 11r dead inizer worthless if applied to a I Hight Back At Him details scandal of in the high latest life, murder or devours, or pon-the anj more economical. \Vc believe it is the

To further' enrich your land. adding I, A very economic man in Iowa wrote I the to a manufacturer of crocks and grafters and we
necessary humus and bacteria for a patent medicine sluggers escape -
/ plant food grow a legume! cover crop which old for one dollar. lIe punishment. In short he readsof back it up to the limit of our resources.
this summer. Cowpeas, velvet beans I said : the seamy side of life, with the

p and beggarweed/ give us the best "Please send me a bottle of your seam gapping wide open and expos-
I yield here. Not only plant these crops nerve medicine" for which I encloseone ing its appealing hideousness. ffftck fer Willfi-OvnlamJ AJvtrlistmtmt IH Tkf Satmrjay Evtmluf r*.'|
for soil builders] (but save a portion I dollar. He learns a lot in that hour that
I c for hay. Grow more hay crops and "P. S.-I have forgotten to enclose has anything but an elevating influence fNew/
convert to the soil by feeding to live the dollar, but no doubt a firm of I upon life. '.
stock. your standing will send it anyhow.*' But there are others who spend

li Just a notice to citrus growers: He received this reply: | that hour in quite a different manner. ;,
? Have you sprayed your trees since "'Vb beg to acknowledge your esI They take the family to church
the bloom has set ? Lime-sulphur I teemed order and have pleasure in where they find other families and I !
c solution sprayed now will kill red sending you a bottle of our .nerve friends and neighbors. Sff4.
"p pider and rust mites, and hold in tonic-which we trust will help you. As a contrast to( the sordidness ofa
I'. ., $ check light infestations of melanose I "P. S.-We have forgotten to send week of toil and money grubbing, 525
S -J and citrus scab. Where you have had the medicine, but 'fib doubt a fellow they listen to the sweet music and 'Thurfng :
: infestations of melanose and scab with your nerve does not need it." digest the wonders of the Good Book
use the bordeaux oil emulsion and the better life it portrays, as the .. III' R.miitr ISZI C..,, MS All<< frttn / )P ,
for & c, r.Ieti .
'this i* more effective. 100 JVr.: minister speaks to them in the nameof ...) ;.1

I ;; _It i. always the right time to Brown is a good business man." the God who made them. '
-;: oat 'dead wood in the citrus prune "what" makes- you- tfcink so-and No eandle-no murders-no crooks JLUPFER & PR'ATHER 1:
Just what does GARAGEDRIVB
.: ho do to much
S Warrant -none of the side of life
; Xyour cut close and paint enthusiasm?, seamy to .
the Aii surfaces ,:i mar a perfect evening.
with 1
.-: a good tree.J "Why, h. bought>.. Rawl from a Another S .
.: Sunday evening will
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r'i4,44044tr .ii44444it ''i NOTICB. Of .RKRirW. .SALR.' Ma .V' ;

In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth MERCHANTS Report) of the AND' Condition FARMERS of the RANK' ( .... His Liking for Sweets fw VS -

1", Legal Advertisements :1 Judicial Circuit of the Slate of Florida .. .f Klsst__ 11''''''.. .
In and for Osceola. County, Charles In the Stats of Florida at the close of
Anderson plaintiff ..., Osoeola Cattle business April Int. Itll. -
.+. 0.440'4 000400x00 Company a Florida Corporation, and

Court for the Seventeenth Arthur R. Donegan defendants: To Resssrsse t "'i-<*;'.,>
,, !Circuit Arthur E.) Donegan. and all whom It Loans on Real Estate...*...111,481.11 E Ii 1
of. the Btals of Florida
:Judicial Circuit ,
may goncerni< Notice Is herebygiven Loans ...n Collateral SecurityOMfSr .
In and for the Count of Osoeela. In that under and by Vlrute of a certainFinal .- than Real Estate_. 1.117..1'AU I
Chancery 8. as Receiver recovered ZS.T7 HERE
Judgment ln-lhe.abevs other Loans and Discounts tB.
of the State Bank of Klaslmmee, aftIn.ol..nt case by tb. said plaintiff ,aJiTnst the Overdrafts -._........,... (67.11
Florida Banking Corporation, said. defendants, entered on the 14th Stocks Securities, etc ....... 660.00 .
Complainant Ta. A. F..Hass and Ada of AIJ.. In tf Jr J', u ..
day November, the Banking House. Furniture
.Baas, hl. ....It.. Respondents. Korvcloa- sum of 11.111.17 as .: :17iri Final and Fixtures fI.I.I.RO
urn of Moriiraire. Notice of Master'sSale. Judgment Dock.t No. 1, page 11*. and Due from Incorporated Banks US,567.55 ...
Notice I I. Hereby given by theunderalvned under and ,by vlrute .of, the Writ of Claim. and other Resources-. I1.6l.* i

'ae Bpsolal Master heretofore Execution Issued on said Judgment Cash Items _.._....?_.?_ 1.41'.81 '4
appointed said cause to carry, out dated the tat day of September A. D. Cash on Hand-_.__......... S.74S.16 1
the terms of the final decree n en. II1JO. the undersigned as Sheriff of Os
tered on the Crti day ,of 'April. A. I). ceola Count..Florida, ha. heretofore .Total:3114,001.06Llabllltle.
1913. that pursuant to the terms of said levied upon and will, on the Rule Day -' t
final decree, I a \all, unless payment as In May, A. D. 111, aamebeing the 7th 2

provided for liSvjalil final "decree Is day of May, A>_1J. UII, between the Capital Stock Paid In____-...115,000.0(1(
made prior to the sales Day otterfor legal hours of sale, In front of the Individual Deposits Subjectto .J
sale and sell In front. of the Court Court House door In Klsslmmee, Oice- Check-._..,-..._Ul.SS5.7Z ..
Hounc Door, Klsslmmee, O.oeola County ola County Florida, offer for sale and Savings. Deposits _._ 1.158.16 ,
Florida on May 7th. A, 1>. 121. between sell to the highest and best bidder for Demand Certificates of Deposits 1.831,00Cashier's
the legal hours of saleto the cash the Interest of the said Arthur Checks Outstanding 2.I6S.Z1Bills It
highest and 't>est bidder tor".." there- EL Donegan In the following describedroporty Payable ___.:...______. 11.500.00
for, the Interests Respondents located In Osceola County

as same existed on of the execution In Florida. : Total._j',_...______S174.091.0S
of the/mortgage-foreclo.ed Lot 14 ureese. Addition to State of Florida '
said cause, to-wlt. : the Z4th day of Klsslmmee City, Osceola County, County of Osceola. ....
March A. D. ItSO or as same ha. accrued -
Florida. I, J M. Wlllson, cashier of the above.named -
thereafter In located the following In Osceola dpeerlbed Also: The 8%, of the SH of theN bank dI. solemnly swear that "' G6q oar t F {I
property W K of the SW>4 of Section 14.Town.hlp the above statement Is true to the best t
County .Florida to-wlt: East Half oft ? y
16, 8 R 89 E. of my knowledge and belief.J. .
Lot Four and Lot Five leas the North Also The SW of
: NWU of the % M. W1LLSON.Cashier.. .
eta-htfeetof Section twenty-one Township . Section 11. Township 16, 8 R. 28 E. '
Twenty-nve South of Range Thl.t .- Also: The EV", of the NW% of CORRECT-ATTEST J
)'-<>ne East. according to correct map Section 17. Township IS 8. R. II E.Also J.: M. WILLSON.O. .
or N rcoo..e. filed In the Office of the : The NW4lW of the NEU of W. PERSONS
Cleric of Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- Section 3. Township 25. 8. R It SS :IU O.
ty. State or Florida ALSO all that I Also: The HW14 of the 'NII;... of MINH6'.et011l.;: J
stock'of cattle now ranaina-.Counties" Osceola'the i' Section 11. Township 16 & R. 29 E. Subscribed'and.sworn to batON me :
County and adotnnir Also Lots II and 17 of Plnedale' ,
1833 '
to-wlt this 7th day of April. 4u1M p
mark. and brand.
being a subdivision of Section XV. LEWIS 0-BRTAN. rrN. T
?. Under slope upper bit In each ear, Township 15 a R. JII E -
Branded J. X. The terms' of the Bale All of the above described property (SEAL! )_'Notary Public 4 ',
to"'be cash,' with the requirement of being situate in Osceola County Florida NO. It
payment In cash or deposit as In my Report
of the Condition of the
discretion seems best at the time of This the Ith day of April A. D, 1823. BANK OF OUCKOI.A COUNTY
the making of bids This the Ith day
the of Florida
at Klsslmmee In State
of April. A. U. 111. Sheriff of Osoeola County Florida.
.' JOHN 8. CADEt. 17-61 at the close of business April Ird. 1MI

I As Special Master In said Cause. In Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of a_._
JOHNSTON *, OAHRETT Florida. Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- '
Counsel for Complainant. 17-41 ty. In Chancery. Bill to Quiet Title. Loans on Real Estate------I 14.S14.00 (
1 J. D. Chunn Complainant vs. W. O. Loans on Collateral Security
a KOTICH or APPLICATION FOR SPK- Wicks and Myrtle 8. Wicks, Defend Other than Real Estate!: ___ 65.81401All
CIA ArT HAT1VYINU CHARTER ...... of Publication. It I other Loans and Dlacounts Z1MSSS4 oWI01MN't, pBDM1ti
AMBMnMIDVfTS TO THE CHARTER Order Bill of Complaint appearing 'Overdrafts .....__._______ 27.0' ww.0.w.
." OSTUSfi TOWN OK KISSIStMKVlTO I that the by defendants sworn W. O. Wicks and I United States Bonds________ Zf.lOOOO
---- -
CITY. Myrtle & Wick are cltlsens of State Stocks Securities, etc______ 13,000.00Banking g,1
other than the State of Florida, to- : House, Furniture '
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: wit the State of New York but that and Fixtures.__-________ 17.14.10 WEKKLT CITRUS REVIEWThe HOBO Deferred .. 1
Notice I la hereby given that the City their address la unknown and that Other Real Estate175.18:
Contmlssloners-of the City of Klaelm- they are over the age of twentyonerears. i Due from Incorporated Banks 12S.SST.44 'LOGIC-AND OTHEiyTBINGS A movie actor relates an amusing '::

toss will apply to the Legislature of These are therefore to command Claims and other Resources S.4'S.fl '' I weekly citrus review by F. L. Indde11t/that happened during the ,j
_____________ 2,726,04 **'
the Slate of Florida at Its sessiontobe the said W. O. Wick and Cash Items By Red Rea "
-held la the year of A. D. ISIS for\ Myrtle you.8. Wick.. to be and appear to Cash on Hand..___________- 0.'4f."t i Skelly as issued from the) office of the filming of a certain- play in which ; '.
special or local. act ratifying approving the aald BUI of Complaint on. Monday American Fruit Growers, says: the actors and actresses Impersonated ,
adopting and confirming Char the 10tb day of April. A. D. 1823 or Total$544,601.01Capital The week featured cocks and hens I
was by .
ter Amendments voted on by the citi.a. Being one of those much maligned .el'J'heaVJ'
Deoree Pro-Confesao will be entered The filM taken of
was out doors
... of the Town of Klsslmmee City against you by defaultDone and ordered UaMllttea i iI individual commonly said to live in I arrivals of California navels in
at the election held In said City on the ' this the let day of March. A. D. Stock Paid in______1 11000.00 I.i. lnflo cussedness, we believe wo are : the market. The prices at which and one day while the actor was
sixteenth' day of December A. D mi.amending taking a stroll he cam acres .'
IMS J. L OVER TRERT. Individual Deposits Subjectto California have been selling a man i
well at. orange
the Charter of aald T wn of ,i Pledger 4k, Da.... Clerk Circuit Court. Cheak....-...... 40Z.t".t7'' singularly fitted to discourse have been "cited by the roadside with his tats
Klaslmmee City. and In and by the Solicitors for Complainant. 13-'t Savings Deposits to..n..I : length on the proper training child : materially below the average burt'd in his handy. s
proposed speclsl bill will provide that of Official Seal 17,1411 paid for Florida. California shipments
(Copy :) Tim. CertlAoates ef Deposit "1.i
said amendments as recorded la the Check I.UI.n i continue He stopped and asked the Cause of
Certified For March 29
i. ofBoe of the Cleric of Circuit Court of ..'. .. Wait-t Before turainr< aside In heavy. the trouble '
II In the County .1u. Court. Osoeola Cashiers Checks Outstanding $.* .7i and ,
the County of Osceola and State off County. Florida. In the matter of the Bills Payable ____________ None disgust consider one thin Have Sol 81 April 1 California orange -111 tell J'OUt" said the nun. '''I'!' I'
Florida, pursuant to the provisions of estate of Henry W. Corl. deceased. Notice Notes and Bills Rediscounted None you ever played chess or checker T I shipments amounted to 807 cars as of the I
f. shsU be taken and accosted one patients at the asylum.
: R. O. 8. IMS. of Application for Discharge of Have watched some one else against 502 cars for the corresponding
., aa the amendment so adopted Executor. TO ALL WHOM' IT MAY Total______-.._______164.. _..01.0* you days one Yesterday the doctor said I was well ?t
and In and by said special bill will CONCERN Notice Is hereby given. by State of Florida playt Then you know that the onlooker year ago. and could leave In a day or two. But 't

further provide that all the proceedings the undersigned ... executor of the ..- County of Osoeola e. can see certain thing which Oranges: Florida Valencia showed what do you suppose I saw this morning l'
: with refsrenee to the adoption of tate of Henry W. Corl. deceased thaton I. L. H. Oedge. cashier of the above- I the player doe. not. The Game of slight gain in price during the Boosters
am.ndmenl..hall be and T and hens six feet it
said charter the th day of June A. D. IMS, the named. bank. do solemnly swear' that I
are validated, approved and confirmed. undersigned will present hi. final report ,the above statement Is true to the beat' Life i., in some ways, similar. Being week fancy stock reaching the high high and just like humans. i
This the Itth day of March. A. I). to the Judge of the above Court 'of my knowledge and belief : on the outside looking in, as it figure of $&01 per box delivered. The That talklnIf I get away' from )

1131. A. 8. 01LBKRT.M ''and apply for his discharge' as Executor L. H. QEDOE. were we are able to see a few things. average prices paid for Florida oranges this hole in ten years I'll be lucky." ra;
and the release of his bondsmenfrom Cashier.
which the insider do not.
M, KATZ.U. generally were very satisfactory -
further liability on the Executor's
W. PERSONS. Bond executedby them This the 2nd CORRECT: TTESTCIIAS.. H. BROWN.N. Considerable observation and study the market closing. with strong All Fauitwell, Pa, is eating chicken f
14-.t day of April. A. D. IMS A. PERRY. convinces us that the chief reason i
for breakfast and
ALBERT DIKFENDORF. L. H. GEIKte.! for polled children is failure on the tone.Grapefruit dinner supper
MASTER'S SALE A. Executor of the estate of Director : While there was in between meals these day. John \Ii

of Henry W. Carl deceased. Subscribed and sworn to before me part of the parents to enforce their some slight' increase in inquiry for East, farmer, recently! found a gold 'J
Under and by virtue of a decree commands. When tell childto
JOHNSTON OARRETT.Coun..1 1923.PERCIE. you your Florida the week '
this 8th day of April. grapefruit during t in the of chicken he
foreclosure and .ale rendered and entered craw a 1
for Executor. 17-10t the
, OLIVER. do something, make sure that the situation remained kited . '
on July llth. 111. by the lion. Public generally un- :f
Charles Andrews.' Judre of the Circuit NOTICE TO CRKIMTORNla Notary order, command or request is obeyed changed. Somewhat higher prices .'
Court In and for Osceola County, My without being repeated. Also do notgive for the
were paid fancy grapefruit
f' Florida. In Chancery, In a certain ('..rt .f the/C...ty J...., OseeelsVmaty. a number of unnecessary orders. delivered Nearly Died .on Birthday
cause ID said Court pending wherein state .. N7.ridaIn I h. sal.Report of the Condition of I To be properly trained child must high figureof $8J>6 being ,
John Wilson. Edwin R. Wilson and O. paid. There was .an increasing demand -
A. I emmon. as Executor. of the last i re Estate of W. C. .B.... Decessed RANK OK PAINT!the State(' of Florida. recognise and respect the authorityof for ordinary grapefruit but no '
Saint Cloud. "On last months'ago.
birthday eight
will and testament of Thomas Wilson To all Creditors Le..t_. Distributees it's parents. To give orders Indiscriminately my ,
I at the close of business" April Srd 111. marked change in .price. For the
deceased wsre complainants, and Arthur and all Persona having Claims or without having any Intention I had another close call. We had .'t
R Donegan. tat Johnston Klsslmmee I Demands against said Estate: to present! at least shipments of grapefruit just finished dinner My stomach be- 1
Cattle Company Qua Noyes and I You' and each of you are hereby Reearees of enforcing them or re- of ordinary quality seem to be ,
to hurt minute later I
William 8. Potter. were defendants, theundersigned notified and required to present any Loans on Real Estate--3 11IU'.IOLoana peat the same order several times, ample to take care of the demand gan me. a 'j.
will offer for sale and sell claims and demands which you, or on Collateral Security tends to undermine this respect. unconscious. Three doctors worked f..
to the Ills-host and best bidder for sash :either of you may have against the Other than Real Estate._ 418.US.'I Could the authority of a The consuming markets have dem on me.. I was soaked with a cold
In of the Court House door'lnKlsslmmee. All other' Loans and Discounts *.IU.IZ you respect .
estate of W. C. Bass deceased late of onstrated for ,
when. I The
large absorbing to.
Florida, between the legal Overdrafts .... ,---NoseUnited Business superior if he told you to do power sweat came next
Klsslmmee. Osceola County. Florida, to ------- ------ .
hour. of .al.. on the 7th day of May, the undersigned Administrator of said States Bonds -j._ '.171.1' : something, and then did not see to it citrus fruits. Up to April 1 California week telling a friend about it and he
the following described real estate County and Municipal : had shipped approximately 4 aevised 'Wonderful
IMS. estate within! two years from the dalehereeii Stale then trying Mayr's
. lj.t.... that it was How can .
situate In laid Osoeola County I. Bonds ..Furnitureand who In 000 cars of oranges more than for Bellied,. Since taking a course of '
{ Florida to*wit Dated March 17th, A. D. 1M1. Banking House. I you expect a child reasons a
time in the of medicine hare been able eat
AU of; Sections eighteen (II), twenty WALTER C. BASS.Admr. Fixtures-. .441.0' i much more simple and direct manner corresponding season your I to
(!0). twentytwoIS), twentyeightUS 15-'t )Klsslmm. Florida.. 'Due From Incorporated Banks 101,144.14 to do so? .r 1821-22. Florida orange shipmentsfor anything. I hare no more painsor>> a
) and thirty (JO); all of ..ectlonIrtytwo Claims and other Resources 160.14 this the same period showed an increase bloating and am feeling better than 1
(SI) except the Northwest NOTiCe ADMINIBTRATmiX' FOR Cash Iteme ........-. 1.1 Zo.lZ is the secret of proper child "
quarter ef the Southeast quarter of FINAL PISCHAPtOia Cash on Hand______..____. Il.tSl.ll- training: Don't give too many orders of approximately 3,600 cars for ten yeses It is a, simple hamsleu -
aid section: and all of Section thirty- I Accrued Interest ..__.-.____ 816.7 but see that those you give are this season as against those of the preparation that' f"the y
four (14).-all beta*; In Township ISSouth. .. .... ('_" .. c....,. *.*..*. State *t I, previous season. Thus the markets eatrrmveu3 from the intestinal t.

Range SI JOHN B. CADET. ......... ....... v.-.t,.. : Total-____________|S1SK.16 obeyed.Parenthetically we might say that hare absorbed about 7,500 cars more tract and allays the inflammation

IT-it Special Muter In Chancery. In the Estate of S. D. Malloy deceased '! EtesUltlc I the same rule applies to training the of oranges to date this season than in which causes practically all stomach

NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN to all Capital Stock Paid In-.-_I 15.000.0 so-called lower uJmala.AJD't the previous year. Daring this same liver and intestinal. ailment, ladsd-
ORDER (MrpvMJCATioifIn whom It mar: concern that on ths Lush :- .000.00 the truth t time they aloe absorbed approximately -' Inc ..,...Id&18. One dose wins convince -
day of May A. D. list.. I shall applyto Undivided .ProSt. (Lew Kxpeneee I it 2,000 cars more grapefruit than, or money refunded. J. Z. Boberson -
Circuit Court for the Seventeenth the Honorable T. I* .Corner. Judgeof '. and.raxes Paid171. F and
Circuit of th, State of Florida said Court. as Judge of Probate form Individual Deposit Subject Bubscrls fer Tbe Valley Gacttt during the season before. druggists, everywhere.
Judicial for Osoeola County. In Chancery. )' final discharge a. Administratrix to Check- 171.S0..54 ." I
O. F. Krll b.. Complainant vs.Janes of the estate of B. D. MalIO,. deceased, 71,414.31Certldaates .
H. Depler st at. Respondent and that at the same time I will present Time of Deposit 47.4110 -
Foreclosure of Mortgage, Cancellation my anal accounts as Administratrix Certified Checks S6.SS --- -....s... - elp
t, and other Relief. Order of Publication.TUB of said estate and ask for their Cashier's Check Outstanding 4,'I0.76 .
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: James approval. '
U. Depler and Fannie R. Depler, his Dated March Und, A. D. IMS. Total.____.n_________(318,014.16 1 ,,
wife. Lewlstown Illinois: Frank Van OUIDA MALLOY McKKB. Stats of Florida. LUiG0oat
Horn and Blanche Van Horn hhi. wife.Lansing. lt-t Administratrix. County of Osceola ... I 55EI .
Michigan; Henry 104..rjand I, O. R. Bleecrt, cashier of the above-
his wife Mrs Henry R. Edgar. / Notice Is hereby give( that the undersigned named bank do solemnly swear that
he be married. IIS Dalfl..y Avenue De will apply to the Honorable C. the above statement Is true to tlf6'bestof -
trolt. Michigan: You are hereby com O Andrews Judge: of the 17th Judicial my knowledge and et:: I he Best
manded to appear In the above entitled Circuit of State of Florida, on the list O It. : ECII.Ca.hl..r.. Uniforml, .
cause on the 7th day. of May, A. I). day of April. A. D. IMS. for Letter. .
1 1S. WITNESS the Honorable C. U Patent Incorporating Klsslmmee Athletic CORRECTATTESTJ.
"Andr......, a. Judge of the above. court. Association a corporation organ K. CONN.
and my name aa Clerk thereof, and the ised not for profit. The "general business WM. H. TUNNICLIFFE
seal of said Court at Klsslmmee, Osceol to be transacted by said Association O. A. BLEECH. '- I
County. Florida on this the 4th day shall be to provide athletic fields Directors.Subscribed
h of April. A. D. 1III. and foster and encourage outdoor athletics and sworn to before methis ."r. .
11th day of April IMS f
(Circuit Court J. I* Overstreet "
Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court.Osoeola PAT JOHNSTON GLADYS J SAUNPER8.
County Florida. R D. KATZ Notary Public. Expertness and Energy

W. J, Steed J. WADE TUCKER. r
Counsel for Complainant. 17-4t A. T. FRENCH.


Notice la hereby. given that I will NOTICE OF SPKCIAI. OUtLAT10N
apply at the next session of the Slate
Legislature, convening In April. 1IS. Notice I. hereby given that we will of the
for the passage of a law requiring a apply at the next session. of the State The unusual!:! success which has crowned the efforts .
license of SS5.00 to be obtained by all Legislature convening. In April, IMS, c American Fruit Growers"Inc. in handling sales for growers in -
parties flshlno; In the Lak. of Oscsola for a law authorizing the City of Klsslmmee : 'USE .
County, Florida with any other. device to Issue bonds, for the purposes DAmvCo, due to the ability to apply the energies of tins vast organization .} . ..
than by ordinary mentioned In Section '1901 .
and In any other manner as '
hook and line; declaring the General Statutes, to an amount not exceeding MILK ICE CREAM directly to the problems of selling.
month. of July. August and September fifteen percent of the assessed
a* a closed season for commercial fish- value of all real and personal proper '.... than 160 markets. '
Ins In the said lake., Requiring all ty within the City of Klsslmmee. A IT Experienced representatives cover more .
parties prior to the use of any fishing copy of said proposed law can be seen 1 Directing them are the foremost perishable experts aided by ,:
equipment for commercial purposes to at the offices of Messrs Krlbbs A
present the same to the Sheriff of 0.- Steed, City Attorneys.A. j the widest and most complete market information.
ceola County, for Inspection and a S. GILBERT.J. :.. I
be obtained from .uch officer M. HANSEL, Mayor Pro Tern. 0 '
permit to "
: and providing for the 'confiscationand President Pro. Tem. of Clt y Council. 'IT The distinctive "Blue Goose" and "A. F. G. trademarks appearing ,

destruction that nay of all be such used a.hln..qulpm..nt In the. ll-'t in conjunction with local brands on each individual fruit '

aid lakes without .uch llo.n.eiin-I EGGS IN NEW STL YE, Mta of qualitr connect dIrectly'with national consumer advertising. f +' ':
spection and permit first obtained. A

copy of said may be seen "George, you may bring: me two 1' "
fag mIctOrIlO. proposedState Bank: Bulld- fried err, some plain ham, a pot of ,'I .. If A business institution directed and manned by business men ,
l'it: .. Florida v.: J. BTEtIID. coffee and some rolls," said the nan ATTENTION.Saattaryr .. the American Fruit Growers Inc. is able to accomplish the results -

NOTICE' or. INNRIPTS SALSD. to the waiter.sir." r; ATEBRS it does very economically. That makes possible a definite

t. Is that: Ander "Yes.His companion said "Ton nay charge per box for selling which is quite low in proportion to ;
Notice ber.bygiven,
and by virtue ea -..rtala .xec_tl nC bring me the same. No, just eliminate the service rendered. '.

tested the 10th' dar--' cf February, the err*." ,
"f IMS. Issued oat and nnder tbe ....>*f r *lry milk to,; .

1.. the Circuit. In that Or certain'.f '''whereinJ. County.Florida. Inaliaom" UK waiter returned.j nne>,', the 'talOf' fetirwur folks; ; American .Fruit Growers Inc t a

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EnginelWork.esw_ plalatlaVMd.rx ay Tee, wife- and chOdron. /

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er just recently returned from Florida CIVIL SERVICE' COMMISSION'
I where they had spent the winter WANTS EXAMINERSThe :
Mr. Enoch is the- son of Mrs, Eliza-
; beth Enoch, of. East Prospect avenue. United States Civil J Service
He Is a former stato,collego \nan an} Commission has announced an examination
1 BRIDGE CLUB served for two years in the army:. ov. tl<(> ''be held throughout the

r' I WITH. MRS KATZEntertaining , erseas. country on ;\li\y 9., to. fill positions of ,
f J tho members.) of the (civil serxicc examiner (junior grade)
e t Wednesday Afternoon!; Bridge Huh. / I j{for employment in its own office at .
trr r, and other guests, Mr*. Edgar Katz If I Woman's. Club Notes j jI ''Washington. .-
---.- I IfJ11. The entrance salaries are froth
was a cnalmififr--hostess/ at bridge I
tea Tuesday afternoon" nt her homeon I I ) :. !'Club. PAII.*Itflpciter.. BTANusr I II j$1ct00( to $1200 a year, plug the! increase ...
Bryan street. The affair' vas informal I __ of $20 per; month granted 1)y..
,and was one of the most delightful cougiess. Promotion i is reasonably
affairs given in Kls"immee There was a roost enthusiastic' roped for those w ho0e\* services! prove i,
of late. meeting of the civic department held !satisfactory. .
t I The spacious porch which' surrounds'I' at the Chapter House Monday night, The commission calls especial attention 1 ....
l k the Katz home provided, the scene for with Mrs. Roy SGu'bird us chaiiumn. to the educational facilities I r-
this party Yellow flowers in basket! I Plan! for seiralimprovements were offered: in Washington Aside from,
and potted plants Wen used in decorating : discussed, the chief among them be- I: contact and intercourse with men and ,
the porch; tarrying out most ,: u i>](T: regarding/ the lot opposite<. the dl'I women in the government; employ ..
L 'I' effectively a color scheme: of yellow. pot. It was )planned to clean this lot who in many cases .Bland at the headof
a Marking the places were tally cards off, and nss'srn!' a part of it to ciulv their ,respective professions, universities 'THE' UNIVERSAL CARANNOUNCMINT
' '' done in attractive designs, and at the /! member of the department: to cultivate conveniently located in the
I conclusion/ of several rubbers, Mrs. and take care of. This dcltartment city suffer a wide variety of courses
--y M. D. Alexander was pjesenteu with will have a dinner at the Chamber leading to bachelors/ masters, ana
% n net of hand) made tea napkins as I of Commerce Saturday April 21, doctor's degrees. These courses are
1'I first prize Mrs. Carson Farmer a and it is urged that it be patronizedby arranged as to hours so that studies
pair of silk! hose as second prize I every one and be made a community may !be pursued in evening classes. ,
I.uL a among the club members, while Mrs. affair. The funds will be used The student who is in government
+ Fanny Powell was awarded ai first in be parts of the employ may thus be self supporting.Full .
' prize among the guests! a pair of city and panting the Memorial High information regarding the ex-
K. ? hose. Mrs. DeWitt Alderman was way.J. amination for civil service examiner,
11 ., consoled with a handkerchief for making and application blanks, may be secur-
low score. Mrs. Oscar Smith won J. BRITT DIES FROM ed from the United States Civil Serv-
: the cut prize. A delicious menu of FALL FROM AUTO TRI'CK ice Commission, Washington, D. C.
, baked ham, salad, olives, pickles, or the secretary of the local board of !!
,' sandwiches, iced tea and ice cream J. J. Britt"florist and gardener, of civil service examiners at the post office -
and cake was served. Randolph avenue died Sunday evening in city.,
Those enjoying this delightful par- a half hour after he fell from the .
ty, besides the members of the club automobile truck of his nephew, O.
I"u were Mesdames Burrows, Cheney, of D.. Britt, while turning the curve at COMMITTEES! \ APPOINTEDFOR
I i Orlando, Ford and Garrett, of New the fair grounds Mr. Britt was seated UNION CAMPAIGNThe ;:' OF" INTEREST TO
: b York, and Misses Benson, Pilley, and beside his nephew and as the truck
; Lupfer. Mesdames Dora Lee, Ger- I rounded the curve he lost hill balance general committee for the Union -
trude Katz, Oscar Smith and Paul 'and fell, sinking his head and causing '- Evangelistic Campaign, from
i',' .c ctan'i! y, came in later ns tea jruests. fractures of his skull from which April 29 through the month of May,
he died soon after being taken to the met last night and selected their com-
SURPRISE PARTY i homo of his I other, W. W Britt mitteos. Members from the Penti- Millions
." FOR THE NYES I It :Mr.'I B'ilt.waR! born (19 years ago costal church are" not all selected jet of Families
t t About twenty-five fiends I mostly I in Ci'autora county, Georgia He I and their names will be added later
members! of the choir of the Christian I came to Florida 22 years ago, living' The order for the seats to be use! I
church, assembled at the homo of Mr. lust' nt Manatee and later at Orlando I in the big tent were placed with Robert
; and Mrs.! F J. Nye: 421 Emmett removing to Kissinimev, about ten Reudel", Company. There will he
i, street, Tuesday (evening for u surprise years ago Jle was a guard on the sc-ating'.Mpacity for about 1000 and "
party in honor of MI'!,. Nye, and county road gang for a number of the committee announces that they I will build a car for the multitude"
in appreciation of the assistance she .t'arll. For ,some time he followed/ the will be good comfortable seats with -
has rendered to the choir. Mr. and profession of florist and gardener, and backs. The services will commence
I Mrs. Nye, with then /brother and niter until recently has been janitor of the I Sunday, April 29, with Rev. Frank Said Henry Ford in 1903-Read how the fulfillmentof
C. T. Nye and Mills Alice Nyc:\ Methodist church being on a month's Grant of Jacksonville, as the speakerand
arc leaving today fur then home in vacation at the time of his death. L. L. Me Kinnon in charge of the
'. Princeton, Illinois. They have spent Funeral services were held Monday music. that prophecy is now made possible through the
.J. several winters in Kissimmee and are afternoon at the First Methodist All committee men and women will
;, as devoted to their friends in the city church. Dr. Norton officiating, and interment meet at the Bungalow on next Friday
'" as their friends are devoted to them. was made at Rose Hill cemetery night at which time they will receive
Music and a general good time were under the direction of J. W. instructions and lay final plans for
f : enjoyed by all at Tuesday'a surprise Thompson.Mr. the campaign. The committees selected -
\, j party, dehcloua home made candy and Britt had never married and i is, last night by the general com-
} ,i/ orangeade. were served, and the members survived by five brothers and three mittee, are: Ford Purchase
t 'a of the choir presented Mrs. Nye sisters, O. D. and W. W Britt, of Finance Committee: T. L. Comer, Weekly Plan
{ with a neat gift of friendship and ap- Kissimmec, Rev. T. F. Britt of In- Chairman; M. M Miller, S. L. Story.
preciation. Among those present on dian Springs, G'orjrla. Levi! Britt of Music Committee: A. S. Nelson! *>
i I ) the enjoyable occasion were: Mr. and Atlanta, B. W. Britt of Pine Level chairman; Mrs. J. M. Johnston, F.
; Mrs. S. B. Aultman Mr. and Mrs. C. Florida, Mrs. II. H. Thompson Fitzgerald Byron Amen, Mrs. II. N. Makinson. For many years it has been Henry Ford's
personal ambition
N. Phillips, Mrs. B. C. Miller and Georgia !Mrs. Milliard Fin- Personal Work Committee: I. L. to

..:, Misses Edith, Katherine, and Re- cher., Maroney, chairman; Howard Hall, make the Ford the universal
hecah Miller; Mesdames. Lyles Story, (cellor of I/n pa ho, Georgia. Mrs. T. M. Rivers, H. W. Johnson. family car to put it witMn the
T. M. Rivers, A. W. Winn, and C. J. Prayer Meeting Committee: Mrs
Bryan, of Minneapolis; Misses Rhea CARD OF THANKS S. B. Aultman, chairman; Clark How- reach of the millions of people who have never been privilegedto
Pherigo, Catherine and Winifred Den ell, G. B. Woodall M. Cosner, Mrs., J.
r ning. Madge Rivers, and Mae Winn. We desire to extend our sincere M. Duncan, J. McPhattcr, A. S. Nelson enjoy the benefits of motor car ownership.
I and Messrs. Stratton Story and W. thanks to our many friends for the Mrs. J. F. Walter, Mrs. L. B.
t II. Wysong, in addition to Mr. and kindnesses and sympathy show us Higdon. L. O. Yohn.
; Mrs. Nye, Miss Alice Nye, and C. T. following the accident and death of 'I Lodges and Clubs Committee: J.
Nye. our beloved brother, and far the many L. Overstreet, chairman; Mrs: D. G. During the past fifteen years over 7,500,000 Ford cars have been
beautiful floral offerings. Wagner, Mrs. L. II. Ingram. .
ENOCH-McCONNELL O I n. BRITT.W. Publicity Committee: W. B. Har. placed in the hands of retail customers more than a million
WEDDING AT PITTSBURGHAn W. BRITT ris, chairman; D. B. Shaver, E. S.
item from the Pittsburgh Post hall Miss md half of
Pherigo. a them
within the
columns will BUYS 20.IWO.... past twelve months and
society be of interest to POUNDS( Ta be made Committee: C. P. Shel yet
the many people who enjoyed Miss SWEET I POTATOES LOCALLY don, chairman R. M.
; Moseley, O. E. there still millions
are of
Kathleen McConnell's singing in Kis-. Young, C. C. McCoskey.. who are hopefully looking
immee, this winter. With her mother Persons who lo not think there Is
: she spent several weeks in Kissim- - -- -- forward to .the day when they
a local market for good crops in this can own a Ford. :
mee at the home of Mrs. Newhouse, section """""-- .
will be .
pleased to learn that For Your .
Motor's ,
Sake ..
on, Verona street. The item follows y .
] C. A.
Bailey, .
} ; one of St. Cloud's local '. .' '
f '
I. A wedding of much interest to i grocers, has just purchased from'local And way ,\ I' \ \''''' \ :" I ,
x ? Washington people is that of Miss farmers 20,000 pounds of sweet- Try now the. 40 is open j'Ut'7'i'\ ; : i f .tf'J; ;j) y .
Kathleen McConnell and Russell M. potatoes. This goes to prove) our often' TEXACO GAS AND OILS
,: Enoch, which took place yesterday at made assertion that if will
i noon in the Church of the Ascension, raise good stuff, and it is persons b.injZ'lone, More Miles per Gallon Under the terms of this plan can select
Pittsburgh. Miss McConnell you your Ford Car
I is the that a market can be found. Mr. Bail- For sake set
daughter of Mrs. your own try our
Mary C. S. McCon- has
ey some time been aside small
, 1- :siell... and the late Ralph C. McConnell up a wholesale trade in farm working prod- Cold Drinks, Candies, a amount each week and you will be surprised how
'I t a former -well-known
., 1 I Washington. The bride is attorney a Washington of- one ucts,vegetable and this purchase at one time of ten from tons local, of'i i Cigars, Groceries soon you will own it. In the meantime your money will be safely
seminary graduate and well
people shows what Fruits
an Etc.
'.. '. JtfXpwn Jp-.iuusjca.1, circles,the being for awaits the.ptogresevftr) :opportunity>ne J' in this deposited to your credit in one of the local banks where it will
several director of
\ years Trinity mart of Osceola county. St. Cloud SQUARE DEAL STATION
: choir. Miss McConnell draw
I her moth Tribune. interest.
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Have You Started Ford dealer. He will be glad to fully
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