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 20, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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CHAMBER NOMINATES PURPLE YOWL THIS CAT WILL',EVENING I 'COW\\, PUNCHERS TAKE 'FIRST GAME, OF THE VOLUNTEERS'ERECT BIG WANTEDTO TENT DEER PARK MANWANTSAMENDMENT :}


SOME MORE OFFICERS, Baa ANI And Professional Women's *
SEASON AFTER A LONG Pole. 'Arrive For Evangelistic
'Cabaret ,Tonight Promises Good SIX-INNING TIE Big "
Eats And Lob Of ,Good Fun Tent And Top Expected This Week .
J. E. Lupfer Declines The _ For Tabernacle Union Meetings _
Hungry Stick a piece of blotting Would Have A
District
Presidency And Carson paper in your mouth and give this Southern College Puts Two Men Over The Plate In The Everything is moving along smoothly No-

Farmer Is,New Head menu the double-ol Chicken salad First Inning And Kissimmee MakesTwo and enthusiastically for the Union Fence Amendment to Bill
creamed new, potatoes,.'cheese balls, In The Next Evangelistic Campaign which ''will op-. Introduced By Parrish
Vice presidents frequently succeed bread and butter sandwiches. pickled Holding Tie Till Punchers Take Lead In Seventh en in Kissimmee on Sunday April 29,

presidents in various organizations, beats banana,split, Iced! tea. That's with the Baptist Christian Metho- William H.
but, int the menu at the Purple Cat Cabaret -- dist, Presbyterian and Pentecostal the Kempfer manager, of
it to unusual to have one Deer Park Stock
,succeed hi. ,superior before either is tonight at. Fireman's ball, given by Breaking a tie which had hung on out to Lesley Latt. grounded out to churches participating. Rev. Frank: I the following letter to Farm, The has Gazette sent;
Grant the
speaker !
the Business and Professional Wom since the second inning the Cowpunchers for the big meet. :
elected. Butthat's what happened at Holloway. and Banks struck out. Alvey I enclos: his communication .
-Ch.mber'of Commerce this week. en' Club for the benefit of the Boy took the lead in the seventh struck! out, Lesley got his bsse on ings, is expected to arrive in Kissimmee Acree and Parrish to Representatives ;: I

Lastweek the chamber nominated Scouts. Mrs. J. D. Newby is in chargeof inning of the first game of the 'season balls Holloway grounded: to Latt and will the latter part of next week and "Inasmuch as the no-fence: law
the
Earl Lupfer for president ,and Carson the menu and all those eats are yesterday afternoon, with Southern he .and: Lesley went out on double Sunday.L. open. meetings the following proposition is a live subject, I enclose 'j
Farmer for vice-president. Mr. Lup- included in the price of admission. I College and cam. out victor by ply;' 'Hoolahan. to* Banks. In the L.' herewith a copy of ,some remarks
fer' said he wouldn't accept, but the But the eats are only,a part of the' A nine to seven score.' The collegiansput fth inning, Wilson struck out, Sander series will McKinnon reach the singer for the the subject which I have addressed on ."
story. What goods a cabaret without over two runs in the first inning, fl.ed: and the city next Wednesday -
members hoped he would and let it out to Lesley, Hoolahan and to the members of the state legislature
anything but eats? the locals two in the second and both went will immediately start ,'
go at that. However he didn't. It out at first on grounder to work with in this and Brevard counties. .
the ,i
Thirsty? Take along desire aggregations scored twice in the huge chorus choir
became necessary therefore to nominate ( your Holloway. Crum grounded out to which it is Mr. Kempfer letter to Messrs. "
another president, as nominations for liquid refreshment to the Old third the four to four tie continuing Flood Story sent hot one to,Latt the planned to organize for Acree and Parrish under date of
must be made two weeks before Oaken Bucket drink,stand, to be con' 'until the seventh inning. Lakeland who threw him out at first and Leo meetings. Everyb dy who can April 14, is as follows '{
election, and the election is scheduled ducted tonight at the cabaret by Miss again took the lead by scoring Bankson Wilson did exactly the same. In the I music sing is committee urged to get in touch with the I "The following nmarkre prompt ,:v

for Wednesday, May 2. Irma Holrroan. Warning: Nobody a pair of local errors in the first sixth. Cole struck out. Dado groundedout the chorus and plan on Joining 'ed by notice in the daily papers of the i
: and
The nominations again were unanimous allowed.. to get pickled but,the beets. half of the seventh but was put a to pitcher Flood singled on a hot successful.helping make the campaign no-fence bill introduced: by Honorable ,i'
and therefore equivalent to Like music? Mn. George Gardner notch behind in the last half when >grounrer! over second base passed to chairman A. S. Nelson is J. i. Parrish. The Undersigned
of the us '
Is going to be on hand with her ten- Holloway's three scored Lesley second music committee. 'J
bagger on Ovcrstreet'a
election Carson Farmer being. the high infield fly The lag a considerable area of in .
"big' is range
choice, for the presidency. W. J. :piece orchestra. Nut sed. and Banks' error' brought Hollo- which Story missed and Lntt poaped:: in Kissimmee top"from expected Kansas to arrive both Brevard and Osceola counties, '"
Got sore eyes? Well, there's going home. In the eighth with Chubbon City the
Steed was nominated and almost rot way out to Lesley. Prather failed to beat would be classed as a range cattle
early
to be a masked dancer though there first, Rotundo's two base hit followed part of next week. The polesare }
out a short but
away with a plea that hi. nominationwas grounder fielded by the already here. man: inasmuch as I have my ''1
illegal. The members let him Isn't much advance information given immediately with a three bag catcher Chubb struck out and Ro wanted to Volunteers are range fenced, I am In a'neutral posi '1'
off, however on account of pressureof in this respect, and there are going ger by Alvey scored two more and tundo line flied to Latt. whoever help erect the big tent and tion in regard to the no-fence law I'
other public and private work. to be a lot of other beautiful dancers Alvey came home when Hoolahan Seventh inning, score still 4 to 4: is asked can to help in this undertaking Itatlon so far a* .individual inter ag '
This nomination of Mr. Farmer left and singers not to mention comely pegged! Lesley out at first. The Methodists Bank SlOt to first on Rotundo'x badpea. here of the communicate tabernacle with mem eats are concemed. Because of this, "
a Ju>le in the ticket in the vice-presi "waitresses" and other entertainers. scored couple more in the Wilson got to first on an error Messrs. C. P. committee I believe my view to be unbiased by 1
This I. a cabaret what else ninth on Rotundo's overthrow of Sheldon R. M. Moseley,
dent' pew. and another unanimous can you second by Crum and Rotundo' next error personal prejudice.
nomination was given to Sam L. Lup. expect; ?" Miss Viola Bullock ii "head Joa.e. but by that time the game I advanced them all. Sanders got to is O. probable E. Young that, and C. C. McCoskey. It "It is my opinion that no-fence leg _

fer, Jr. Jim Johnston allowed that waiter, and her staff Include. Misses was salted away in the i first on Rotundo's fielder's choice, and tent will work on erecting the islation by counties is open to 1
the precisely
the chamber should b.ve. woman Kathleen Burden, Lucy Buckels, Ed- smoke house.It cowpunCher.'j r Banks came home. Rotundo redeemed week. The commence tent middle of the the same objection as would ('j
will
vta-in sident _and nominated Mrs. ith Miller Estelle Elsie Norton Nellie Par- wasn't a bad game bin-self) by throwing Wilson out at thousand seat about a apply to state-wide no-fence legisla :
people the
nab. Persons.. Virginia Smith. one.of the cetson. j third. Hoolahan benches are belnf tion. Our
WiUa Steed woo auo aecimeo. air.Johnstonretaliated .. _forced, Sanders at _made now. They will be rood counties are unevenly de. ,,"".
with refusal to and France Tress mighty good ball, and other somes ot second, Kotundo neiatng his grounder. comfortable veloped agriculturally moat of -those-- "t!
accept the J vice-presidential ,nomination 'Miss Margaret Stanford the director it looking a bit sorry. Leroy Lesley Cole struck out. Alvey grounded out to announcement seats with backs accordIng in South Florid being very little developed -tl
ant) then,Mr. Lupfer' name was of the place whatever her at secondmade very good record for to Latt. Leslie got a nice hit over of those in throughout a large part of "i M
placed and stuck. proper designation should be, and the Punchers getting five put outs second base Holloway's three bagger charge.All committee their area. This is true of both B...- '
Then was not as Urge a crowd at Mrs. Gardner is responsible for the and three assists, with no errors,and scored Le ley. Banks juggled the to attend the members are urged yard and Osceola counties: in Osceola ,
the luncheon as the week before several program. Miss Louise Hess is in doing some nice work running bases. ball on first scoring Holloway on final plans. meeting tonight to lay county the agricultural development ]
of the regular boarders being charge of selling the tickets, and the Lttt the diminutive second Backer Crum's grounder. Story struck out being largely in the northwestern ,f*
guests of the State of Florida, as club had to order more of them after for the collegians, and Sanders their and Sanders, with a beautiful run, Geo. T. Singeltary returned home part and in Brevard county being ..
jurors en a murder trial and dining the first batch ran out. It looks likea center fielder put up fielding exhibitions pulled down a long fly of Leo Wil- Wednesday from Madison, Florida, confined to. comparatively narrow -
elsewhere. Then again, the change rip-rosring good time' and its an I worth anvbodv money to look son's. where he has been undergoing treatment strip along the coast The eastern '
from Thursday to Wednesday became unusual stunt. Starts at 7:30. at.The In the eighth: Dade struck out, in a sanitarium. part of Osceola county and the west-
effective yesterday and some members Methodists started the batting and Flood followed suite, while Over- em part of Brevard county contain :;
forgot to remember the change. NEXT WEDNESDAY IS with Latt singling down the third street grounded out to Lesley. Prather very little agricultural development ;r
That was their ill luck however, as base line and taking' second on a passed popped out to Latt who made an- STATE BEGINS WORK and are in their present condition esentially -
they mined another good feed and ball. Banks getting hit by the other spectacular run back almost range Und. '
a couple of talks on important subjects. THE BIG LEGION NIGHT pitcher and Wilson scoring Latt on into I center field. Chubb got his base ON "Fortunately we ,have developed ;.\\Ij;
a hot single over second, while Wilson on balls and went to third on Rotun OSCEOLA ROADS in this state a method by 'which the '"" ,
3. P. CarrU of Orlando, was sent to I -. and Banks moved up one on the do's two base hit. Alvey sent a hot citizens of any particular locality may '1
Kisslmmee as representative of the American Legion's DramatIc throw to the plate. Banks scored on liner past center field for three bases, Lane Paulk carry out their wishes in regard to '.,'
Florida Water Traffic League, and he Story's overthrow to third end Wilson scoring Chubb and Rotundo. Lesley Is Made Foreman certain matters which are of Interest "1 ;,
briefly outlined his mission. He u Offering Promises was caught at third by Leo Wil- grounded out to Hoolahan and Alvey To Repair Road To to them without injury to their ''l<

assigned to Osceola county with Crowd At Casino son to Holloway. Alvey groundedout scored. Holloway filed out to the re- neighbors who may not be so directly j '
headquarters In Kissimmee. to enlist to Cole. Lesley went out on a high douotable) Sanders in center garden. Polk County Line concerned in the matter .at hand.: I, ,.
the moral and financial support of .. fly which the little second baseman The first of the ninth, and the last refer td our special school tax rdistrictsy l. ?
this county's share of ten thousand, .Wedneiday night ot.,next week. Latt pulled down from out in center of the game, brought in two runs for Cheer up folks I Take heart," ye our special road and bridge ,
April 25, brinC'-forth the great dramatic garden and to Lakeland. subjects of mal de for the indication .districts t:
members of the Water Traffic League Holloway's long fly Latt and Banks singledand raer drainage district and almi. |
the purposes *which were set Post event of of the William T, Makin center was spoiled by a mighty pretty Rotundo overthrew second base. are that ere long you won't liar districts created to carry out the ?
son the ,
forth in last week's issue of The Ga- "The Port American" Legion, run and catch by Sanders.In Wilson scored Latt and Bank with a have to use Fathersill's remedy to ; of the people in any certain' lo- jf
of
Missing Men, with Miss the second inning Flood struck two sail over the waves between Kissimmee cality. In fact have
'cette. The league- is making a determined Dot bagger Sanders singled with a we plenty of ::j2
Malcinson sister of the war hero out and Overstreet two high and Loughmsn. For work baa precedent for similar '
effort a third action
to secure a 200 foot for whom !got bagger fly over which Leo Wilson in 're- ]s
cb.nnellrom Jacksonville to Sanfordto leading feminine the post rolL is named in the to left field Latt singled to left and made a beautiful try for. Hoolahan already started on the repairs to the gard to the trespass ef.live stock, a* *.%,'
insure water freight transportation Overstreet took third Sam Story struck out, and Loiter batting for Dixie Highway southward. practically all of the incorporated 2
via ocean going ..vessels and to Miss ,Makinson, in the play, will caught Latt stealing second, and I Cole. filed out to Holloway. Dade W. L. Paulk received his appoint- cities prohibit live stock running, at j%
further additional measures, looking portray the charming and quaint Banks struck out., Crnm got:to first struck out. ment the latter Dart: 0"f -la.t w.Ir'' as large l _within the city limifB Ih.. *":
to the development' of Florida's water daughter the sea captain, bright on Latt's only error of the game, Score foreman for the"Osceola county;road; city, dweller Is'entitled ,to protection' '
ways 'Mr. Carrie 'expects to remain and peppery, but dutiful-an' admira stole second and took third on a wild work, which will be under the direct from stray stock it is only just and
in Klaslmmee for some time to I.ble type of the true American' girl, 'pitch. Crum came home and Story Southern College AB R H PO A E supervision of A. W Kinney 6th division reasonable that the adjacent farmer "
secure a considerable number of members 'while the opposite "lead," that of a rot to first on a fielder's choice. Leo Latt 2b ......... 6233(1 engineer of the State Road and the farmer in any locality where
to the.Ie.l'Ue.Another ., civil engineer a likable type of the Wilson was hit by the pitcher and Banks Ib .___-..;431 10 0 1 Department,, whose headquarters are there is farming development of any '-
subject dear ( ?) to .the polished .American gentleman' is entrusted went to first, advancing r Story.' San W'ilsonrf: __-___. 502 0,0 0 at, Lakeland.' This week Mr. Paulk considerable,account should have the. '
hearts of Klssimmee was presented to the care of M.I B. Ayres Prather swung a third strike at a I Sanders, cf. ...___ Ii 1 2 5) 0 0 has a small force of men working on same protection. ,
by a young woman who made an unpleasant chaplain of the local Legion post. wild pitch and beat the ball to first, Hoolahan. ss u___ 4 1 1 1 2 0 the "vacant lot on Stewart avenue, "The remedy is very simple and- I Sa '
subject interesting. Ready Sidney N. RIChard legionnaire and advancing Wilson artd Story. Story Cole. 3b ___uu__ C 0 0 0 1 1 next to the Kissimmee Wholesale suggested ,not only by the example
for the shock? Sb. was talking skipper of the good ship "Digan- scored on Chubb' sacrifice fly. Ro- FlooJc Dadelf ____--?_ I S 0 0 0 0 0 Grocery making curbs, all of which, above cited but also by the fact so
"chautauqua." Readers who survived peut," will appear as the "heavy" tundo grounded out Overstreet to _._______ 4 0 1 C 30 for the stretch between Shingle much of our agriculture is localized,
that shock will be interested to know not a blood curdling villian but an Flood to Banks and Alvey flied out to Overstreet, p uu" 0 1 0 1 0 creek and Campbell's Station will be being intensive in areas where it I*
that the speaker Miss Florence Madden uncouth fisherman with m heart of Sanders. Lester, z uu___ 1 0 0 0 0 0 made in Kissimmee and hauled to I developed and practically non-exist- '

had some of the "never-again" PUNt gold, whose only wrong doing Third inning: Wilson struck out their final resting place. cnt in other large, sections of the .
people boosting for a chautauqua before If It is wrong to speak what he believes and Sanders got to first on Rotundo'serror. Totals _--_--_--41 7 11 24 12 3Kisatmmee The curbs are to be used in replac'I state. Instead of applying local option

the meeting.closed. She waded to.be .the .truth when his silence . Hoolahan smashed a hot one CownunchemAlvey lag.the broken: curbs: between the two: no-fence law by counties apply
right in to the subject with no apoio- would shield us trl no.--4s born through Alvey and got to third, scoring rf _uu-__ /5 1 1 0 0 1 soutnernntosc oriages over me aningie it to special districts. Let the voter ,
gins and told her listeners, and hearers of his sinceredesire to possess that 1 Sanders, and coming home him I Lesley 2b __un_ 8 2 1 5 3 0 creek portion of the highway, and on I of any particular locality (instead of .r
that she knew what she was up.pln.tth.t which is not for him. To Allison T. self. Rotundo fumbled and sent Coleto Holloway 3b u___ /S 1 1 3 2 0 to Campbell's. The brick in many a county as a wfo&Ie) petition fcr an j Q'
may not be chautauqua French historian of the post, fall first. The umpire had called three Crum, Ib ________ 4 1 0 8 01 places on this stretch of road will be vote upon the creation: of a district
terminology, but that's what she the comedy role that of an old seadog balls and no strikes on Dado when Story, c __uUu 4 2 Ill 12 taken up, the road resurfaced, and an within the specified limits of which It 11...
meant-and it didn't make a dif of with a weakness for playing Chubb settled down to business and Wilson, If __uu 3 0 1 0 1 asphalt grouting added. Rock is now would be unlawful for live stock; to "
bitterance to her what they had "Jacks" and a decided hankerln' for struck him out. Flood grounded out S. Prather ct_-=u" 0 0 0 0 0 on the way for shouldering and is run at large. By requiring, say tenor i:
thought previously. She was representing "Cousin Slmonson" the designing to Lesley. Lesley took his base on Chubb p ______u 1 1 0 0 2 0 expected to be laid down at Camp twenty-five (or whatever number "!'.
the Redpath Chautauqua. spinster who also contributes much balls and second on a balk of Over- Rotundo ss ____u.4 1 1 0 2 Ii bell's Station this week. Three foot of names might seem reasonable) on
which will pitch its tent D. V. and laughter to the play with Mrs. Trip- street's. Holloway and Crum struck shouldering will be built from Camp a petition precaution would be had ,'.
:the Kissimmee people V.,, in this lett .. the"" interpreter. Mrs. Nelson out. Story singled to left field, scoring Totals ___--___.33 9 6 27 11 9 bell's south to 'tho Polk county line, against the forming of innumerable Jof
vicinity sometime next February or Makinson, of the Legion Auxiliary, Lesley and took second on the t. Batted for Cole in 9th. making a good fifteen foot highway. little districts; and It. two-thirds "
.March with a first-class series of entertainments Ir cant as "Mrs. Elmer," a cultured throw to the plate. Leo Wilson's two Score. by Innings Two State Road Department truck majority of ,the voters were required \ 1
which will leave a pleas worldly woman, but with an InspirIng bagger scored Story, Sam Prather got Southern College ___202 000 102-7 are on the job with Mr. Pnufk, and to carry the proposition it would Insure "
ant taste in the mouth. Ten performances touch of kindness. J. Nathan to first and Leo to third on Cole's error Cowpunchers --___022 000 23*-9 he expects to have a force of probably the limits of any district being l
Bryan, adjutant, will be the Prather stole second and Chubb thirty men at work carefully drawn to '
or entertainments or eIIautauqu.mentll post Base on balls: Off Overstreet 4; very soon. so as exclude those
or whatever they're "waiter, and the other legionnaire walked. Rotundo grounded out to Struck out: By Overstreet 5, by Chubb All of the labor will be engaged local citizens who do not wish to be Includ- r
called will be given in addition to a in the cast is Hunter Dillard. as the Latt.Fourth 11. Umpire: J. E. Lupfer. Scorer: ly and materials are being furnished ed. In such a district the matter of .
.number of entertainments for the "officer." The ,remaining rose\ that I Inning O vent reel skied ,, E. D. Katz. by local dealers. border protection would work out in .
children. of "Old Captain Barton" probablyone The operations of the stat are' the a similar way as it now does in case :.
of the - - - - - result of the of the .'
Mrs. ;50n Makinson and Miss greatest character studiesof - ------ agreement made a few incorporated city, and would
Leitner both endorsed the chautauquavery modern dramatic literature, affords E. L. GILBERT GETS weeks ago between the county commissioners be much simpler than if county lines
DEMOCRATIC
highly and backed up their endorsement a wonderful opportunity{ for VICTORY and the state department were the border lines. \
with active work assisting finished acting, and wIll be essayed I THE LEGION'S GOAT CLUB STARTED HERE whereby -the) state takes!!! over the! repair "Mr sneepstlon In .rtaf. !. that- Mr .,'
Miss Madden in lining up men who br Mr. Trlplett, the noted actor and ->- and maintenance ot tne nignway P.rrish'sbin be amended to permit
would sponsor the chautauqua, Both director whom the legionnaires have Wins The Start' Of A Dairy At The Chairman Cordell Hull Appoints A from Federal Project No. 2 south tj' the application of the no-fence law
these ladles have'pledged themselvesto secured to direct "The Port'of Miss American Legion's Country Strre President! 'For National Democratic the Polk .county line, and the county by special districts: instead of by
sell the required number of tickets, lug Men." Wednetlll.y Night At Casino Victory Club of Kissimraee relinquishes ,its share of the 85 percent counties. If this were done I can see ,. v
or.have them sold and are urging the The play ,contains every element of of automobile license receipts very little basis for any objection '
public to support a chautauqua for the modern success, a fascinating plot I Elliott! Gilbert held the winning Laying plans "To Win In 1924," now Ut.'ita 'fund and. cancels the ;billagainst whatever against the proposed bill, as
Kissimmee.The I of deep heart interest, with a dainty number for the fourth prize offeredat Chairman Cordell Hull of the Demo- the state for $1412 for roadwork it would permit the people in the agricultural
chamber adopted two resolutions little love story entwined about an I Wednesday '''night' "country store" cratic National Committee, has appointed already done,. districts to obtain protec-
one urging: the abolishing of abundant vein of clean wholesome of the local post of the American Legion Sam L. Lupfer Jr., as presi- tion from the trespass of live stock
the convict leasing system and the comedy. A splendid orchestra under And thereby'hanJ'. a tale, and dent and organIzer of the Kissimmee HOME DEMONSTRATION A and to do it with a minimum of injury

other calling for larger appropriations the direction: of Mra. George .Gardner, thereto hung tail. Only |'t. didn't National Democratic Victory Club, > 'CLUB WILL HAVE to the cattlemen."
to the state agencies working i I. contributing its services to supply hang It'wiggled.. lit wasn't long following a month's correspondence .. 1 SOCIAL
'With Florida's! great citrus industry the music. A number of delightful enough to hang. And when Mr.. Gilbert since the national chairman asked the The Home: Demonstration" Club,' of ROLLINS COLLEGE
In'combating insect e.red: to lead his DrieS from local man to accept.
and lungus pests. between-act specialties will Introduced I Union
be Center will
rive Die socialat
*i ,) adjournment of the meeting by Miss Patsy Malcinson F. A. the stage it dragged lor'the prize Under the new nation-wide organi- the residence of Mr. Skinner a (Hil- HERE .NEXT. THURSDAY
Dr. 'II. S. Geiger reminded the members Thompson, and other hitched to the tail refused be led. ration plan, Chairman Hull I is appointing liard'K Island) Friday April 27' for '* I
,
of the American and had to be dragged'bv main ; Cow Punchers Will Tangle With
Legion's play Additional member. of the Legion's a direct representative of the benefit pf Mr. Children's
.next-Wednesday Dlt"t; and their reg drama players' company are J. C. strength and awkwardness. The prise I'' the national committee in every one Home in. ,Jacksonville.Fagg's Home made Another College .Team For
.II1.rcountry .. each Wednesday Backets, in charge -of. the' advance might have been termed "twenty-five of the 6,000 larger towns or countiesin pies will bo sold and a general good Second; Came Of.Season
at.the Casino. pounds,of butter" only that's not the United States and asking him time
ticket sale-Jim'Kliler..propa-ty man i-promised. The public Is cor-
; ; kind of she th'l Rollins College will be the
SIdnsyMeLaughin\ a frost was.Nathan to form a club of twenty,members, dially,invited to attend.EVANGELISTIC opponents .
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'COUNTY AGENT WILL HAVBTr: !',% advertising; Bryan and Hunter of the Kissimmee Cowpunchers
j ; Clyde 4hoo,'door man} R M.Angas, in order to enroll an army of 100,000 next Thursday afternoon at the Mab-
} -\C1TRU3 ; ; Wen the'storekeepers' thlstrhand
:: f FJEII.MEryJcsCountAgent Carl KentonN.lsonMak1nson!' Walter .. 3. Nathan inaugurated a little different Democrats ready for party survice at MEETINGS= bette street field, according to announcement ..
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: : Leo ',I?. Wilson lies ; Nelson' and ,Sana-Story: usher of tbj any minute. Mr. Hull continues: "I of Manager Sam Lupfer.

*lanneunced, two--citrus 'field meeting ;* Legionnaire*.front'other post have which] system furnished awarding more amusement prizes'for, also Democrat,want to utilize those 100,000 We want the,names'of all the singers ( There are still a number of park.'
to finance the
fov Wednesday.,' M*y'"IftV'On* etlng .nested ,the possibility of the local the spectators.. ,Instead of announcing party J by of the town who an. willing to assist ing place for sale at the grounds
ViH'b: *, Jield; In .grove ne r,Klssbntaee Legion' player presenting< the play what each prise wa when the popular subscription-so that we cantruthfully in providing music for the coming which were left after yest.tday'saue-,
? -..nd,the..othsr near Saint -Cloud.Tne la ,their1 cities,,and eM.tai* Mrgestion drawing'" made, he awarded them ustaGad say that the people'. party1a campaign, and hop that everyone tion. Forty-seven place were allotted
)" exact,bout and;locaflon.'for; .the** invitation; havebeenextended rein by .number".seth winner coming to by the people ti.and not who can possibly de so-will enroll at the Southern-Cowpwnchef:
k .:1ntructjv., meeting* WILLS asnouneeintor. --reaentatives' Gf.t posta;9n '(Orlandoth.m'to , the platform and picking out hi* lican/by privileged interests, a. Repub their name for this splendid work. game, the auction price.,Tanjriag, ,'. I
:, Representative' the State Lakeland,' "Winter >r.Ha ven;;]8aaford, priMl by namberJ. AD the prlsec'were. a1rea1jIn party I*,sustained.In ether The. plan, I I Communicate with >A;; r SNeUon; $9.00 down. Tho* who were 'unable.
operation
nent Station and btherbonty; DeLand, and'* Saint r Cloudinvitinr en the table Jn plainsight ( thepea State*. Chairman Bloftte Committee. iCommittee. to get to the auction yesterday may
except 1
-. a'ta ,,will rgh4.ibj'present: ;4o Mslst Mr. '. h,.!}!*.g ests ;'f(|h*,local : I.. (CmUaesd .5 Pee r..r). each* for eat each* .f hi club-* twenty president member to have give I . purchase parking a pace/'from"Haas' '
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t.-. TWO KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL 20, 1'23 ._ '- "1. '. ;, .
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'I ;;;..;-.06 ,aa4ol", 0, BOUNTY. '' HUNTING STOPPED Horrible 'HoochThere .. ,

t"'. a THROUGII RABIES OUTBREAK was., a young fellow'name! d I 1,I
f Strauss! ,
f : a THE WATCHER
,q-;. .. a 'Coyotes were responsible for practically Who got on_a terrible sauss,,.,
90 of the serious! t'uta .
percent He had the right key
'f' ., '!t' E! l' a0444aadb0 aeeba4e.a break of rabies in the statn of WashIngton a In the keyhole you see, ,, [b'MoJene cur keep,( ,yJi
in 1S 21 and 19.2'Karpe numbers a But the keyhole was in the wrong i I 1 them yyorklnit tj .
/ Advice of homes, cattle, and sheep d'-ed f Itt haw', . " ,:,
I have this advice to give1And frpm the disease, and persons who d "
t it surely Is in plac!, 1--- -- --- -- .--
r. were bitten were given: Pasteur treatment -
When you argue with a mule. All federal and state hunter I 1i i # OcoOtOOC0404000 t .

t Better say it*to* hit*! face.. J unpaged in predatory animal-i rol / II I! <> BONNIE'BELLE BEAUTY SHOPa )" )' 4 k
If" work in t)>P state were moved. t theeven Tune !', .MmV, S. Graham ;
'I' Hats Off to .the Student counties most nffecti1!, ''n tin to Re-tire 1 p' ----- .xJ'r
The students of Southern Colic;**' effort to stamp out the dN-Msi' and, j I ,..N..:,::J... <. I*.'rfct Catlufnctlon Ounrnnlpod v. ;;: :.
i' edited the Tribune Innt Tues TJ
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Tampa ... lUlU HI'CCJALTY
i prevtnt further damage to livesta; ( ,'k < tunic A ;> 'W-; ,
day. They swarmed 1 all over t1i! --
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and to hunan lioingt- 'A
1 danger: : / .
: Phone 235 105 Park Ave. ( .
had their
place and i things/ own way.s of the Ml .
I One interesting phase << m """ ,r
. Truth to tell they Kf't out just as i lion wan the fact that in'' l I.> 'si) \ >a OOv \' road" I UK the old 1 hurd.h i1'd I ,
a paper L.
hunters who formerly truppi-d I ''I' fur : r.
I it' :: push, ever did. It }iis cheering to know I'I and bounties d.scontinui-d, then ">1 perentirely H I i. F. KKintiSV.. J. STEED ... __ I
I: that there II'i su<'h a bright and capable ,
-
) dii
niton* on acccuntof tv n'per ,
bunch of young folk growing UP" 'I of being 'bitten by aallid; an niaK KRIBBS &: .STEED It Takes Real Mule Power !
4'
I in our state, hut 0, piercmjr Jhou ht; 1 I'he results without payment nf bounties Altor..,.. wad '-..._ .' at Law .
it that South riurnln'a : ....... :
"' proves great were'so satisfactory that there is KI. 'I.rtd. '
I ,; daily is edited no better than amateurs I'; and TAKES real mule; power to pull a scraper or
r general tendency among county G Brl frmnlff I..11 Slat a.<
-,, can do! .*. *.. i .state official* to discontinue, pay' IRI ; tailed State (.'.urt.. IT plow in heavy soil But mules that have been fed I

_. .f The 'all To Prayer I II I them. The Washington. wool growers right can stay with hard work aU day long. Just i!
and, other local association have PAT JOHNSTON o. !'. GARRET
I, ; Preparatory to the big Union Tentt (|strongly indorsed the work as or giving your mules plenty of corn oats and hay to fill, i
Meetings that will brpin :April 2f! the i iI
f > of JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW
.
the biological
nmw
' won't them in sound
I them keep condition because
Christian << all denominationshave Unite 1l up, I
1. the States department >f agriculture .
I been holing cottage prayer- in co-operation with the these do not supply a work animal with a sufficient i
,
, J meetings for the past two werka." Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank
ami '
state department of agriculture : variety of diet to keep them in real working'' condition. I
t These mectmes have t..n'c'rv- comforting :supported If'gl..lation'pro'idlng for i """""--.. BuildingKIS.SIMMEK. "

I';;: 1 and helpful to and it i is of an differing inspiring ) 'additional O- puatloYl-'bn the part of I : KLOUIDAMelton A good mule feed must not bnly produce lots of I
, sight tee
t persons the state. The state! increased its -
creeds all / appropriation but it be appetizing as well. ,
singing: together for l'Ooperationrom +- a energy, must ,

r I';;_' "Before our Father's throne, $17,000 to $2.r,000 for two year, and i iI i i Pertaining: To Churches I IPKKSB1TEKIAN I I Purina O-Molene is a perfectly balanced ration.
I II : I'li-Jgrtr Kllin 1" P.nlB
I We ardent I I also provided that surplus! digtax'j
pour our prayers; ,
1\\ I Our fears, our hopes cur aims j funds amounting approximately to -- 1 I PLEDGER & DAVIS Better still, the grain in O-Molene is treated by a special

' V.;,,. are one. 'between $50OOO and $75,000 should | CHURCHI I process that makes it more easily digested -
Our and ." : be made available for ill the ATTOKNKVS-AT-I.A
comforts i
our cares.K me predatory I
W. II. D. Pastor i
10 animal work. N'o '- j Hresch D., 1 and exceedingly appetizing.
> approp a- I
It would the cn'uulobserxcr
appear to et en :State Dank IulldlnrItIFslaiMIL I
:"'" that Christians are pulimtogether ; tion- was mad for the payment of I Ibounll I 9-l: ) a. m.-Sunday school. Prof. I Mules love it. You feed much less --
< -. In l.iruoln county the game I-). H. Shaver 1 :' : :, 1'1.'Ll'HII i iITIU.I"
better than ('\-1' before, and! coconut..lothtdiscontinued. bounti.- superintendent I ; O-Molene than you do of corn and oats. PURINA
( ';j 1..t tin, !succe of the :Mdx-od mt't.t.ings 11-00:( I a m.-:Morning Worship.
some twenty months ago will be and the hunter detailetl to this roast>' :Sern'on: by the pastor. O-Molene is much nearer completely 0 MOLEti
I I' duplicated if not exceeded! I tool\ .">ainniaK- Juim! r the first f ur ,;:30::\< p. m.-Christian Endeavor II I digested. ICED

.*. .*. .*. muiuh- ve\entet-n of these uere.uau'als me..tinA' : YS CUSS I
srGN'eILI'IiIitI : : :
.1 thrt ,'-Kjigtii! : : which had f been 7'W t Call and l learn
( TutsnkhVmen : ( p In.-F.n'ninv Worship. Sermon us up today more

, f Down ill dreamy old! Egypt; | :hv\ ai[.a'%-"pt'dalI'roa-I ly trapped, t.tIU"Ut"an iMlf' to 1 I\,"n"wII.-Ink' Mule by the' the pastor.orchestra. +1\I JESSIE I). KLEINMAN ; about why'' : this is the best mule and
I Have discovered the tomb of H ) ,
I" r Pharaoh who lived something likek ,,\ and poultry.i 7 :'to: p. Wednesday. Prajerand JTSTICE OF PEACE i iI horse feed.FLORIDA.
' t 3300 years ago. This tomb con itof Skins and >taps! were secureditont! Bible! study. I I
[ nearly {,t>' 0 amoral, rotluding' :!.ittl! 7:10 I : I MM"I.ESI.J.: r'1..11Mm: :
two large looms excavated, in thesolid j : p. In.-Thursday. Choir practice -
, l!
, ''io.>'otes 1O t..arIW, bvbtai, t'' I
rock and has kept its trt'ii"ute- t --
I t unspoiled for all\ those many ccntnrc i mounta l.o-i_. and 1_ vv_>_.If._ > Visitors will find a cordial welcometo r FEED STORES
les. home-like church.FIRST DR. R. J. DENNING
Only Ille of the rooms has been MHOME:: 1\'IU".t"II- a
r., entered, the one containing the royal! I I IN SOt TlIEH Sr\TK DENTIST I
r.", \ mummy is yet inviolate, but will be - -. I H.MTIST CHfRCHRev. I

;1 opened in three or four month The te.iM'i.1' -....!'.. in the number of J. A. Button Over the Postoffice. 306
D. D. Pastor.
L OFFICE Broadway
HOURS II
outer room contained many relics of hou-i,,!lil rtemtnit and change : to 12.30. l.SO t .1

[ f: the dead king; statues clothing, gems, j whi..h make for greater comfort in S>::4"a.. m.-Sunday School. Carson Residence Phone 174Oflee
I i'' pictures and flowers, but no fire arms; the home IS -ij.:> I in th- outh-rntate : Farmer superintendent. Classesfor Phone 158 !
; this latter fact may be taken as an au. rev ill .If i-\te' > ion "v'" all ages. Join the pastor's class. TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
.N indication that he was a peaceful ..1 .' th---L iiited ..
f' J Rtp< rt- t rec..t t. tat. 11:00 a. in.-Sermon by the pas-
monarch; anyway, draw own I of I
your department ag-icult\ire EIothat 1 tor. "Entanglement. '
: .conclusions. | during 19:?!. l.*''J water r' Ills long and puzzling name was : lighting !y.t..mt. 4'I'! locating meeting. : Up

\- roiled up in one corner and when((! plants and ';79! septic!: tank wire installed | 7:30: p. m.-Sermon by the pastor."A I OFFICES
'I. they had unrolled it they polled it j in these th- I II (
r' I states 'Ulln t'e in- Rewarded<< Faith: Winter FloridaTL'IlNERMARnLE&C.RANIFE )
. Tut-ankh-Amen, whi'h'aII the best ''fluenre' of extent r ... 'rl..rs. who also 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Park I ItOH
.a. they could dp without their glasseson. in'uo.ni I.!."')" h 'II-,.l. ;'ut! !o meeting. I

People differ as to how the name Sl'rt'n!' their ntirs, home: and q. ;.Ji Free Beats and a welcome to II J1AUOH ItUMK. M I*. HIMMON8. D. A. MORRl N."R..
-, should' be pronounced, some saying more to -.i>t.n .tnir tci'ieiTtrien: i strangers as well as those who belong 0 Co President. Vie President N See. *. Tr.a..
.t 1 that it should be "toot-agin-amen;" ing his been ior-tantli rct'l 'I.y evttn.wn 1 here.A Beat Fertilizers latectidtlet
> Sprayer S.ppLs
\ < Co PnIby
.: others that it ii "toot-and-come-in; workers. .kaU!
church
4 l imjioit- of the Bible and for the >
CUIJ AXTU'A! < Honest Good Fair Prices
Pr SaJpaieat
but I .pt
nobody really knows. The meaning alt protection ti? healt'' H.>'.i-,..wi\es people.
''to of the is also I a a Ask Tour
name very difficult eneralljrin tnrn.< ia'-tio I Neighbor-He Knows
It t to ascertain. Everybody knows the METHofIST 0 MONUMENTS: 4a ...
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making their )kitchens nose conen-l I CHURCH "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING.
-I: meaning of "amen," and the first syllable .
ient i installing !labor- .
< -g \ ?; 4 M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimmee E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER
"tut" is an exclamation denoting finishing floors -'0 they <>'tl! I l he easier Rev. W. C. Norton, I'astor. CO., Jsckw.TOk, Reri.
impatience and is said to be th. a o .
to keep; ilean. rest i "> ; washing, --
7:00 a. m.-Union Sunrise PrayerMf .OOOOOOOI OOOOOOOOOOOOOO.tO'OO'OOOO'O'OO..oo..e
only word that President -
Wilson
cuss -
and
ironing Other lacer better ,
oy >t'l in Bungalow. i4 -
ever used, evt'nhen dealing with and nlr
E-ouiDPne'nt.! the
improving 4.p-1
vexatious matters cabinet 9:45 a. m.--Sunday school. J. L. f
at
a meeting
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of various
p arance parts of the Overstreet'
superintendent.
or with the recalcitrant senate. uous t : }
This leaves th* mx&iie part of the ;i The reports "show, improvements of I I 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas : M. TILLER .0-
t name -ankh" to b* explainedPoefsi: : tor. Real Estate
? I SVI6 kitchen floors and 6,690 other 6:30 m.-Senior devo J Agency t
hly its meaaarr -.--eh, what- floor p. League
r of
; rearrangement equipmentin
*
tional .0-
service.
-, Ve, that' right yew guessed it first 9,130 kitchen 1,387 sleeping <0> FIRE. LIFE AND ACCIDENT O
; .,
time! A MB** tat begins. with anexpletive 7:30 p. m.-Address by Dr. R. li.
porches built; 7,643 club girls' rooms O INSURANCE O
Curtis Near East for Flor
.V and eaxi with amen lit surely improved and '4.730 .done secretary',,, , , 4 INDEMNITY! *
BONDS .
.a some handle even for old Pharaoh. living rooms ida and Cuba.:, :' ,I' "' ''I:,;'"' *,, i
over: ; 2.498 fireless cookers made or 7<30 p. Wednesday. Mid-week 4 4
+ :STORE SPRING EGGS IX WATER bought: 2,035-kitchen cabinets install-"' prayer service. OO'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.'
''t 4 ., GLASS TILL PRICES ARE HIGHER I led; 4.597 wood boxes! made or placedmore ''I 3JO.and: 7:30 p.m.-Friday. Teacher TOURING CAR
y conveniently: 419 wheel trays, trainer, class.
', Hens naturally lay more eggs in I 1,417 sinks and drain boards, 1,257 7:30 p. m.-Friday. Choir prac S. B. AULTMAN
t spring than at any other season. Asa washing machines, 282 ironeru, 3,63 i tice. :
L 1 '' consequence the maikets are usually i' ironing boards and 1,330 other pieces a

u' glutted with eggs at that tune, | of laundry equipment added. Flower CHRISTI CIU'RCH Better Than Ever Before
even though the price is low. I boxes were set! up and filled by 1fi.164( ( : -
- A worth-while suggestion is offered 'home makers, a stoking illustration ':'! 10:00 a. m.-Sunday;; school ('. E.

, a to the producers-as well as the con of the inherent love of beauty in every ,,,, Yowell superintendent. REAL ESTATEand liii At the l lowest price ever made, the .
: J' of heart. 11:00 I a. in.-Sermon by Rev Smith I )
N. W.
I <" burners poultry-specialist eggs by of the Florkla Sanbcrn Col- of. Wauchula Subject: ''Greatei. Ford Touring Car is even better f

I of who SMALL TOWN PESTS Than Solomon." I liii than before. The
w-ge Agriculture, hopes tog 1 one-man top Eli It

' I help t hv the solve varying, this supply.egg pro'-le.n caused'; The the First Henpecked Water Husband becuz he i I"alit a Pestof Do Subject 7:00:( ( : p."T,m.aininlr-Chretien for Lead..rlOhip.Endeavor" FIRE INSURANCE[ i iI t E I slanting windshield,improved seats. :t- tr;

Dr. Saoborn says, "if you are producing Nuthin' ner Say Nuthin' without first leader: Mrs: IInrrye.or..o.\ I III and refined chassis
i /:00/ :: p. m.-Sermon by Rev. Smith.ubit'.t - construction1.
r- eggS put most of them down asking his Wife. If the Pore Kish'd :
: 1 in water glass or incubate them. 1 no only Grow a Backbone, instead of : "Christ As" A Yokemaster ; have won instant admiration.
1 not rush them into an over-loade Bleating Plaintively about the Wife, And As A Teacher. Special music. 11 Darlington Avenue I n
I market. If you are a housewife with his Friends wouldn't feel So :Much 7:30: p. m.-Wednesday, l'rayemeeting r I Fl the '
Already demand ,
i i for this
model
I'I . no laying hens, purchase all the ergs like KnOt'kinlIim for a Row of AshCan Interesting und inspirational 't 1IHI
.
. \ prices you can are and again preserve high. for use when I every Lodge! .Night. 1'ervices.Visitors cordially invited. I Ill I exceeds curability to meet prompt 1

I I ,_ "Eggs can be bought in spring for: -- -- CITYMEATJARKET 1111 delivery. In a few weeks we will Ii
1 ST. 1
JOHN'S .
EPISCOPAL
t', ('HI'RCIRev. 1
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much less than at other
I any season }
J liii have to disappoint who tI, t ;
; So save or buy them while they are f M. B. Ay Rector. ; many are
res.
, <'hup -and put down in water lasR.M | holding oft. ,
I' f Preserving eggs in this way does not 1 :j 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School. I ..
injure them in the least. A fresh 1 11:00(
I a. m.-Holy Eucharist. CeleBrant
I+ -
;: clean properly in liii Order now to protect yourself. A (f fIII 't,
}I I egg kept water i an'd preacher. Rev. A. E. Johnson I
.,. ;' f 'r' glass months will later be almost as palatable six j Cnthredal school, Orlando. Fr sK Mat and I small payment down and the bal / f 11111
an a newly-laid t' gNt I, 8:00:( p. m.-Evening prayer and
'. Directions for preparing water sermon. Fl ance in monthly installments. \ "
VegetablesPhone IFcwtI
'I glass may: be had for the asking of 8:00 p. Wednesday: Litany .'
the Florida C.IIeof Agriculture, j and I 11
4L.1 prayers.CIIRIST'S 5; J rio fcnv Miwr easel *o low ...
I t Gainesville. Your home demonstra .a+a..,. 41'.e1 a.lafibr A. _..... N AVAI \
; of lion agent also can show you how .. CHuRcH 44 I
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I to prepare and use it. TNM ( Pentecostal)
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Corner Brack and Oak Streets M. C. AUTREYAuthorized
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Teacher How
much is two tiNes .
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, t four THE "apedaI dia- Thos. B. Buckalew, Pastor. Dealer N
t Johnny-(1.conic.IIYTwo( ) times A o0tjnt".I.tempting -
four are eight.TeacherWell. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School International ..
t but not when 1'lIft' : KI9 IH IKK. FLORIDA f

#'1 good. now, that's pretty you understand I 11:00: u.Lessons.m.-Sermon by pastor. NEWSY 0

:.. Johnny Pretty good h-, that' pays for it. Th the 7:15: p. m.-Young Peoples' Service. INN
,,4 perfect.-Cosmos. dealer doesn't pay pastor.8:00 p. Evangelistic/ Sermon by .

for It. Th manufacturer 7'IO: p. m.-Tuesday. Instructive

:; OLD FOLKS NEED cannot afford Bible teaching by pastor. HOB For floss Away, fin Him .

to. Chanc ar* 7:3O:: p. m.-Thursday: Weekly

! it come out of the Prayer Service. Attractively Decorated
NOT BE FEEBLE 2:80: p. m.-Friday. Women's Bible! i
quality of the tin. i( Class. Mrs. L. B. Higdon in charge. Weekly Rites

you are "getting along in yean"you .o, after all, you pay I Communion service first Sunday

I IP don't need to sit in a chimney for it. Non of the I 1 each month.taken Foreign Missionary offering Phil 221 Eicelleit Meals

7) $ corner and dream of the days when quality of Goodyear 1 month at second Sunday each
evening service.
you were full of life and vitality.
Tires is sacrificed Come, Pray, Believe. All .
, ever I welcQme.I .
Keep your blood 'rich and pure-and -
",- , ,ypur system built up with' Gude' to "special diacounu" I I Henry Ford has a winter home at KISSIMMEE
s' JYpto-Mangan.. and you :Mil! feel or anything I Fort Myers, near that of Thomas A. PLUMBING
stronger younger and livelier than you elM. Edison. He likes Florida, to judge SHOP
r .. ,have ,for -years. Get H,, today and I from recent utterances: "Florida
s j.-watch the result.w A. C..b.... 3gamed.._ has everything in the world .
O..a... .iid __ the northerners
: yb ;" I..Vour.. 'dais gist, has C,ude' -licjuid or' .a.r.d G..d,.. r... --.4 want and need. Whatever it ;Nothing 'Too
Big
'>><, *."you prefer ... .-_...." -...,." is that we want that we don't have at ; '
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: "* .home, we can find it here- and all the Nothing: Too_ Small,

\3iides' comfort of horn, too. .I figure that .-: . JAU'
LUPFER PlA men and more'will the northern peepie .
&
n AA migrate to tak..advantage'of'thepleasures 'Work Guaranteed''
:2 .. an M r, and .opportunities\ of"this "',. r' ', K Jiff
*>'.';!lj,Ja>- ; \ 19:,H -"t i, 'I', GOODYEAR RI. -'wonderiah'd....01.''will ':0(' course' .e' 'To uBeaat.S' :: ateafacOry ..
assure the futnre' ,f t.k 9rw, .. '
.. IDDdEiJric ; ; state as the .qr' ::1' - /r-a M W >
., JT k plaYgroundof-rAmelit'il.' *- 0 Florida 4it"t.t i ? -< !* _. st
?f--, 'o. j g 1- '.beau,California'all to"pieces." '. 1,5 Broadway,,,: Telephone 143 4j

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NOTES An (invitation for broadcasting 'an 1

o address at St. Louis, Mo., through tho Everything Needed for Spraying and Dusting
4 station "K. S. D," operated by the St:
.Chamber of Commerce Indorses
H Louis PostDispatch has been received. .
Wearing, Poppies Commander Owsley is to dedicate tho Spray Formula Schnarr-Niagara Dusters

An appeal that Americans everywhere new. Theodore Roosevelt high schoolon Schnarra Berdol Mnlsion Schnarr-Niatfara Dusting Materials
wear scarlet poppies on Mem. April 22,' and may use the radio .
QrtT Eorlg for Milanoit SiSchnarra Built
realfn' For Ers Purpof* far Florida
orial Day Via honor of the men who station on this visit. The station'hasbeen
fell la France" has been sent to the heard 800 miles south of the Lime Sulphur Solution Copper Lime Dnst-Sulfodus(-NicoliaeDust

nation-wide membership of the Cham- equator.On Hand and Power Spraveri All Kinds of Sulphurs and Dust Mixtures. 1'

ber of Commerce of the United States the first visit of the Legion All Insecticide Materials HIUJ.t..Pl rfd.;', Quick Dfllftrui./. UMi Mart too./JSchoarra
at the request of the American. Leg head to Detroit, he has been, invited
ion.The to' usA the well known "W., W.JJ" In the past it has been necessary to secure certain spray or dust ;
Legion has selected this blossom station, ( the Detiolt News as the
symbolical of those that blow means of addressing Legionnaires in materials, sprayers or dusters from different sour es.To.day .

In Flanders fields "between the-cros- that section. This is another of the you may secure from Schnarr factories warehouses and f
.
to tribute most powerful'.tatlons..
ace row on row, pay to country's
comrade who gave their lives. In Plans have been made by the com- local dealers any quantity of materials and-

communicating the request Elliot H. mittee in charge of the Memorial Day
Geewln, resident vice president of the tAAMcmcANroMecoce celebration in San Francisco this yearto Niagara Dusters Sprayers ;
chamber said: have the address of Commander .,
"With this request we very gladly Owsley on that day relayed by radio From the Hand Blower for small From the small knapsack, or corn

comply. It is our hope that organizations From a station there. acreages up to the large Power and pressed air sprayer! ) : to power spray- .
of business men will promotethe Several instances have been report.ed Traction driven dusters. era for all Florida requirements.
wearing of poppies on May 30." where state Legion organizations

Poppies will be sold by American are using. broadcasting stations as a Schnarr-and Schnarr-Niagara: Products
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Legion posts and units of the Legion method of reaching their membershipand
Auxilliary for the benefit of its grave j men who gave their lives in defenseof the general use of the radio by Manufactured in Florida and available from local stocks or nearby
endowment fund, for service and relief America in the World War.will be the American Legion is foretold by I distributing points mean that get unequaled service -
you ,
work and for war memorials. planted on the new high school campus the installment of receiving sets in
at Opp. Alabama, by the Gold the Legion homes all over the coun beat results and lower average prices. ;
Walter J. Kohle*, of Sheboygan I Star Post or the American Legion. In try.
Wisconsin, president of the board of> order to obtain a quick improvement February lat price list, including spraying and dusting schedules, specifications _.- A
regents of the University of Wisconsinhas of the sidewalk of Opp tile membersof March 26 was a red letter day for of sprayers and dusters, ready for distribution. Send for free copy.'W

presented his $60,000 home completely ; the pouts volunteered to give one the American Legion Auxiliary. hi
furnished to the Prescott-Bay- ,day's service each in constructing the I the accumulation of the day's mail,. J. SCHNARR &: COMPANY
ens post of the American Legion for sidewalks. -- all records were broken by the receipt
us. as a clubhouse. cf 7813 membership renewals for Winter Haven ORLANDO, FLORIDA Larkins
Five posts of the American Legion 1923. from about five slate depart-
."Sherman was wrong," Charles R. and representatives of other veterans' ments. Among these states were Nebraska Specialists in Sprays, Sprayers and Spraying

Speechley Philadelphia World War organizations will Join in the latter Iowa Illinois, Pennsylvania ESTABLISHED 1906
veteran, told American Legion com- part of May. Alvin Owsley, Legion and Minnesota. This shattered all
rude, when he received word from national commander has been invitedas previous records of the organization
,N
France that he is heir to a fortune one of the guest. of honor. which is already past the 1922 record .._-, _.
$250.000 there. Spechl accountedfor - ---- ------ -------- --
for membership by comparative state
his good fortune by saying that ment. Everywhere that Mr.' Bolles went WEEKLY CITRUS KEVIKVt "THIS, TOO, SHALL PASS AWAY"A
while in Paris during the war he res- The "Victory Highway, 3200-mile -- I l I.e was cordially treated. Receptions I
cued a woman who had fallen transcontinental road, will pass Legion! Promote Friendship Between and In his honor
young
banquets were given old +
F. L. mighty monarch In the day. of
Seine. through Indianapolis, the home of national Nat lens The weekly citrus review by
into the
off a bridge and the president of Panama, the Made offer of high honor wealth and
headquarters of the American More i Is being done by the America.i American minister and the Skelly as issued from the office of the 4
Owsley Announces Additional Nation. Legion, it has been announced. The Legion to governor American Fruit Growers, Maya: gold,
promote friendly feeling of AroHimeme Colon all received
al Commltte. Members road will be suitably marked with between the United States and Panama and entertained, at for him, and 1\11'K. I. The past week has shown a slight To one who would produce in form!'

Alvin Owsley, national commanderof shafts in memory of the war dead, to than by other one according widening of the gap in prices paid concise i
any agency Bolles, who him. lie for
accompanied his rt
A motto guidance terse yet
the American Legion, has announced be erected by many Legion posts and to Lemuel Bolles, national said that the foreign officials were for well packed, advertised oranges wise ,
patriotic citizens of the communities I and grapefruit and those offered for --
the following additions to adjutant of the Legion who has recently kind to him, and that they spoke A precept soothing In his hours for
through which the highway ordinary and off quality stock, but
permanent Legion national committee passes. ,returned from a visit to Panama highly of the Legion.
to serve his administration: and Cuba. Mr. Bolles quotes the 1! otherwise there has been only very Yeti one
that in his
A. W. Kipling, Paris, Interallied Legion Develop tree of Radio president of Panama Dr. Porras assaying Legion to Administer Fund For slight change from market conditions would prosperous days *)
Veterans' Federation; C. E. McCul- The radio as n means of dlM minR. that he believes the Legion Is Decoration of Grave prevailing for the previous week. warn.
lough. Baltimore, aeronautics; Edwin tion of information to American Lejjrion largely responsible for the continued The fund of $100,000 to be raise I I I Oranges: The strength in the posi Many the maxims sent the king, men'

E. Hollenbeck Philadelphia.. orphans' posts and ax a possible opportunity feeling of rood will between the two by the American Legion as a permanent tion of Florida Granges is slightly The day one; he chose "This, too, shall a
home; Dr. T. Victor Keene, Indianapolis for Legion members to hear the nations.Mr. endowment to decorate the more manifest as the visible supply is -
rehabilitation advisory board; ,(!I utterances of the national officer is Holies visited the posts of the graves of the American soldiers who further decreased and shipments' become pass away
Oh, jewel sentence from the mine of
G. V. Hays, Wilcox Arizona, mutual I growing in favor. Legion both in Panama and Cuba died in Europe, will remain in the lighter. Good stock in the desirable truth!
aid and benefit division; M. L. Walker One of the first occasions that the willie on the trip. He reported that United States and will be administered sizes is in an excellent po..ltion. -
: What riches it contains from
Balboa Hieghts, C. Z., and P. D. radio has been used by the Legion the functioning of the Panama department by a committee appointed under However, there is a continuing and youth! age "k?
was in Lincoln, Neb. where National cf the the Lemuel | tendency to discount heavily valen-
Carman Manila distinguished guests; Legion; being dup the supervision of Legion,
sublime
No measured and
stately epic,
,Harry C. Kramer, Camben N. J., Commander Alvin Ownley'n "key Boated by Cuba in its departmentalwork. Belief, Legion national adjutant, hat das in Ofi and 126 sizes. Peak prices
American Legion publishing Corporation I note" address was broadcast over the The legion': posts in both these announced. The money will be ral..edhf are not in sight for valencias just .
So ccmforts and counsels for all time
liaison committee; Wilder S. country, to be received by stations as countries Mr. Holies state, are vital contributions from the 11,000 Legion now, but the market is steady' and As these few words. Go write themin
Metcalf, Lawrence Kansas John R. far away an the Atlantic coast. factors in the community life. Excellent posts in the country" and added strong on desirable stock.
I Future addresses Commando' relations with i donated for i Grapefruit: The reduction in the your heart.
McQuIgg, Cleveland Bennett C. Clarkof I by the local unf to an amount already the of life
And make them daily apart
Saint Louis, Hanford MacNider, Owsley may be heard in this manner. government officials have been estal- same purpose by private bequests. volume of grapefruit shipments from your 4
Mason City, la., and Milton J. Foreman The Legion leader in to dedicate an.w Ilished in every case, he says. The National headquarters of the Le- !1 Florida during the last ten days has !
Has misfortune fallen
to
!
Chicago, sub-committee to investigate I I home for the Legion in Raima Legion! has assumed the job cf maintaining gion have been advised that there shown its effect in a gradual strengthening some ';your
> lot?
financial condition and distribution City Mo., on April 21, and arrangements \ friendly and sympathetic relations now arc :3 ,100 graven of American of the market, but inquiry remains shall absorb "'
"This
of final holdings of war have been made to have that between the countries in which soldiers who died abroad in the service -. dull and it is evident that shipment too, pass away, _
chest fund. I I address sent out by a powerful station pouts are established and the United! of their country. Of these 31,400are have been sufficient tq take the thought n
____ I! 'I care of the demand! for the time be And wait, your waiting will hot be in
| of that oity. l girnnai-es in five States, and is succeeding admirably in France and Belgium 140 in
I vain.
Memorial trees as a tribute to the states have been asked to "stand by" Mr. Holies reported. .1' Scotland 40 in Ireland and one sailor ing'at least. Grapefruit of good color a
Time gilds with
and with smooth skin free from
fold.
I is buried in the
Spain. Although government -
The iron links .
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greenish tinge or
of the United States has
established -,
: i The daj-k today, leads into light torrTCrrow -
cemeteries for its soldier ( ration is co.nmanding excellent prices I t1
and will\]\ continue to do so. I ;
dead, the Legion feels that it wouldbe
a fitting tribute to these heroes ,' According to estimate of April 7, There la no endless' joy, no endless"
for from theirformer there were about 5,700 carloads of sorrow tAre
representatives among i'
'I Why comrades at arms to visit the I navels and miscellaneous oranges remaining you upon earth's" heights, no
ican Legion, Robert H. Tyndall, will in California, which it is expected cloud In view? y
Go read motto "Thi
again
once
It is to this purpose that the income i to move by about the middle your ,,
of May. California valencias shipment too,
from the endowment fund will be
,dedicated. I. !! are expected to begin about Shall pans away." Fame glory, peace
.The national treasurer of the American j May first, and to be moving freely by and power, .' '. .' ,>
continue to sell citrus fruitsfor Legion, Robert II. Tyudall, will the time other stock la cleaned up. They are but little baubles of the
our I hour, >, ,
be the immediate recipient of the do*:: l Recently the markets have given ,<& ::.-
the in
Flung by ruthless down
slightly better reception to California years
nations. It is hoped that the fund "
'
will be completed in time to be available navels,' and prices have been advanc- the dust. -. ,
1 led somewhat on more desirable stock Take warning and be worthy of God's aw
less than they are worth? next Memorial Day. and sizes.COURSE. trust.

money HARDING APPRECIATES I Use well your powers while it last:,, '

)FINE FLORIDA FRUIT )FOR SCOUTMASTERSAT leave bloom, .
.'LOIUU.UNIVEIL IT\" Not blight to mark your footprints'
That President Harding appreciatedthe -- I to the tomb.
: thoughtfulness cf those who aid- A shoit course for Scoutmasters of The truest greatness lies in being
ed in his entertainment while the state will be held at the University kind a
We the cruising
cooperating who market fruits
growers our own
of Florida June 29 and 30. The
,
W"e along the east coast recently is attested The truest wisdom in a happy mind. j
,, through the Florida Citrus Exchange, continue to sell at top in a letter received l hy the shoit course will be promoted by the He who desponds, his Makers judgment -

e s:"" prices ; grade, pack, quality, and volume considered. American Fruit Growers. Inc. Boy Scouts of America and the general mocks;
I extension division:! of the University -
During the period of his cruise the: << The gloomy Christian is a paradox.
' president was! kept supplied with Blue I of Florida.I'rofessional Only the sunny soul respects its God.
B Your fruit, if you are not a member of the Florida] 'Citrus Goose oranges and grapefruit, '!-- : men, teachers, ministers Since life is short we need. to makeit

Exchange, continues to be sold in direct competition with ours, rangements to that end: having been and others who realize the opportunity broad; y
made in advance by Senator Frt-lmg-! for service and the value of Since life is brief, we need to make
lowering the prices received by all of us. being able to put on an uptodatescout
it
huysen who had charge of the |ir" trip., The letter follows: program for boys in their communities Then k"rn the old king's 'motto wellin
Practically every car ol fruit we sell has to meet consid- "THE WIIITE HOUSE, will be invited to attend the sight, "

erably lower prices offered to the trade by the noncooperative "Gentlemen"Washington, April 9, 191st. Kcoutniasteis shot t course of as the well state.as the regular I And let its meaning permeate each q
: The president has
and speculative marketing Training will be given in the essentials Whatever
agencies.We asked me to thank you cordially for comes, "This, too, shall 4
the courtesy which you have I oen for xuocessfiJl scout leadership pass away." a
are able to get better prices because of the consumer kind enough to extend to him and n great deal of practical work -Author
will he given in scout activities. :
demand for Sealdsweet] grapefruit and through Senator Frellinghuyseii.! The fine will l he I Unidentifled'i'
oranges, developed by., president is deeply apprecative of A program planned and

years of consistent advertising, and ojr reason. of our reputa- your thoughtfulness. among those who will appear are: I i
Captain Francis Gidncy, head of all
tion for fair treatment of the trade. "Sincerely yours training activities for Great Britain .
"GEO B. CHRISTIAN, JR., . L
"Secretary to the President. at Tendon; Chief Camp Master of ,

Every Florida grower, whether or not a member of the "The American Fruit Growers Inc.. Gilwell Park training center for all :

Florida Citrus Exchange, receives less for his fruit under' the "Wabasso Florida." scoutmasters W. Barclay, New in Great York Britain City, director; Lorne :

present system than it is actually worth. Why continue. the Automobile speeders in Indianapolis -' of the department of education and I a
held in jail without bail for general supervisor of all training activities :
are examination Steams' Electric Pasta
destructive methods which this result?
produce by the Sanity Commission of Boy Scouts of America; i
and L. McDonald, national directorof i li
Five thousand and more of us who have tried the coop- -- - camping for the Boy Scouts of xterminalrrofni..dorwRtheeaaraolass:
OockrocchM Wstortas
'
erative idea of marketing and have not found it wanting, invite After America. Don't wftitetlna trying to kill these:MM
I Every Meal Further information can be received with powder liuuldf or ear .xgeriii. Dt>l
the other Florida growers to join us in eliminating unwise from H. O. Hunter, regional scout preparation..

competition from the citrus industry.In executive Macon, Georgia, or the Ready for U..-B.tl_than Trap
General Extension Division Univer- a-o. box BO: i5-o. box li.ee
sity of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. OLD BVUtYWHBRE t
the Florida Citrus Exchange we have built up an efficient WMGLEYSCbew
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a strong organization which is amply able to secure for r 1

every Florida grower all that his fruit is worth, whenever the

present plan of selling fruit for less than its real value by; your food BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

many growers is abandoned.Why well, then DseWRIGLEY.S .

to CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS

not try cooperation intttad of aid digestion.It WOOD BRICK, STONE,

.. competition Why longer aactpt for also keeps STEEL .

your fruit UM than you ihotuld ,..cli",ta the teeth clean N. F. BASS STUCCOJACK BASS t

breath sweet, 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule venue
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TOUR KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. APRIL 80 .

,.....
,r.,.,.
IT WILL I DAIRY COW NOW BIG FACTOR :
SOME PEANUTS
GROW :
rJ E. L. GILBERT GETS .
3 : KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE THE LEGION'S GOAT PAY IN PROSPERITY OF OKLAHOMA .
""-
DUBLIBHED BT (Continued from Palo One) "The secret of success in growing of Oklahoma indicat- "
.1 for profit lies in plenty of A recent map SAFEGUARD YOURSELF
THE KI88IMMEH VALLEY GAZETTE and he rather she, was In peaunts the
.. goat!:, or good seed well-drained ing by marks 'o? various shapes
what fertilizer
EVERY FRIDAY sound and nobody knew and
plain ) 1 stations ice-cream
KI8H1MMHJE!, FLORIDA. ,- draw till inspectionof pared soil, plenty of. location of cream ,,
he she to
was
or made the win- lime where needed, and rapid, clean factories, creameries, 'pasteurizing*
W. B. HAHIU3 : ;; .Pre.ldTitB. the numbers was by from recent ,
a
cultivation to quote
established credit.
;. Q. VANS AONMWSocr.lary plants, and combination plants, shows Every man should have an
KIIBNCH________... Editor!: ners.The had address of District Agent S. W. Hiattof
I ALLISON T. .. . first number drawn which factor Ip.
the agricultural ''extension division, the dairy cow now as a big Whether he avails himself of it.at rare inter-
ah owner in the house, brought Capt. of the state. Formerly <-
BlllHt: 1IIITION HATES of Florida.Mr. the prosperity
One Copy, One, y"aru______i--____12.00 Bob Grant to the stage and he hunted University. Hiatt went on to that it ,-on account of the cattle tick: sucha vals, or frequently, it is of rare value.
One Copy, Hlx Monllm_.____._____ 1.00 out prize number one. This was a say impossible
. .. One Copy Three Monttn__.,?-.__ .$0 fresh vegetables. Number Is just as important to use care in development of dairying was ....
of choice
box activities
strain of but the anti-tick take
selecting a high-yielding There often times when being able to
Klnnlmmee two was awarded to Mrs. R. R. States' are
Entered at the pontofnon at it is in selecting a of the state and the United
.: Florida._ n._ Puon<1 l-clUHH matter)) | Johnson and she drew a box home of the ci hen seed from peanuts a high-producing as flock in department of agriculture for, the advantage of an established credit means much. f!
Robert Mach brought
All communications except from nu. gars. order tocuie maximum egg; pro- past six or seven years have resultedin
'i thorised correspondents' moat be signed '' I bacon an third prize. Then came num- duction. The planting -of first-clnss the eradication of the pest from .
toy the wrlttr.RoJerlcJ ber four with Elliot Gilbert becoming seed will help to insure the highest 43,255 squire miles, or about 00 per A bank account is the surest means of gainingan
Inrclurned .IfCHllcti
will .
.
iiintli'r
fur. the owner of the start of a CI! /I'kan yield without increasing the cost of cent of the infested territory.As established credit in your community. The
dairy. He didn't go to the How to a result of these strides Jin

|IT. run Advertising 'H ,refntu1lvnTHE H 1 I" take the kid, but, he too the kid little production.He said further, "The type:-or soil eradication the figures on dairy pro- bank is the logical place where information as

| AMERICAN: ? \.SSOCIAriON I home, and incidentally he toVllJJ best a'dapted to peanut "growing; Is a duction shows large totals, and in credit is sought and banker shouldbe
.. kidding.. Number five was won sundy, loamy one, preferably] with a 1921 milk and butter were imporantproducts. to your\ your
I by Jaconetta Aultman and she found well-drained clay subsoil, although During that year 9.9m.89: > your first reference.Merchants .
.
1923
FRIDAY. APRIL 20 a sack of potatoes! to be her prize.Kimbrough good results have* been secure! on pounds of butter fat in the form of

Oliver won number six very light sandy soils with no clay sour cream was produced, selling fora
AMERICA FACING I I and took home an alarm clock. Number I subsoil if a crop of velvet beans or little more than $4,000,000, and 9.-
AGKirill/rilKAL PROGRESS I seven was won by someone at the I some similar crop grew on it the previous 5-9.722 pounds of butter, valued at
.- '-r- I, Osceola house, but whether it was! than 10000,000
cf More
if ;
year, or an application $3,240,000.
"American nirricuHurc is about to i j Mrs. Julius Smith Miss Anne Shock- commercial fertilizer was applied t > pounds of sweet milk was bought for and Farmers Bank
enter upon a period of progress and( ''ley, or Miss\ Wyckoff, only the bookkeeper the peanut crop. Soil for peanuts making ice cream. Pasteurizing
Miss Wyck-
development, if..the many indications knows. Anyhow week should be thoroughly and deeply' plants reported handling 62,261,983 I
which point that way can be regarded off, having won two prizes accustomed the i'broken some weeks before planting in pounds of milk. The figures are from .'
,, with any confidence," recently declared -, before and being therefore order th"t all turned-under vegetable reports received from 26 creameries, OF KISSIMMEE
Dr. A. C. True, director of the I, to trading with the Legion's country matter may have rotted and the soil 44 ice cream plants, and 30 combination
I :: states relations service, United States I store, came forward and drew The her set led. The land should then be plants operating in Oklahoma or "A HOME
: department of agriculture, before a prize, a dainty condiment set. thoroughly disced before planting. just outside its borders and buying
feathering of agricultural workers at last prize, a year's subscription' for "Clean cultivation is necessary if from. Oklahoma farmers. 1
stand
..I'. ; the University of Florida.Dr. any magazine at Tress' news best yields are expected. Many farmers Before the cattle tick was attacked
True accompanied by Dr. C. B. was won by Mrs. Harry Piano. in the state
; session of I seem to have the erroneous idea in earnest dairying
Next week will have no INSTITUTION"k
Smith chief of co-operative demon. that peanut cultivation may be put was of very little importance.
the store, as the Legion'sregular ,
titration work, is touring the southern country off in yrder that other work may be
Wednesday will be given over
"
states! for the purpose of learningfirsthand done. -
Rome of the problems of to its four act play, "The Port of
This is all farmers should
I Men," for which tickets are a crop
agricultural college workers!! and to I'Missing include in their rotations. Besides being -
ascertain how they may be best rem- selling at Tress', and selling fast. a soil-improver it ,furnishes .a

edied. fairly certain amount of income, either -
CONTROL I DISEASE AND INSECT -
b In the course of his remark atFlorida's when Bold outright or when pastured
ENEMIES OF THE GRAPE
f' state university he declared
; to hogs for pork. Farmers will
y. that the extension work of the federal !.
mistake in at least
make no planting
"Spraying the bunch grape to control
co-operating with "
government enemies becomes few acres.
fungous and .insect a
the various agricultural colleges of
\ !
'. the country, has proved its value both very essential "as soon as W1IY THE VELVET BEAN

t', in war and: in peace. I 1 L.growth Lord,starts assistant" in professor of horticulture E.- SHOULD BE PLANTED ON Spalding's! BaseballGoods
"When the energies and resources
I ( of the nation were taxed to the utmost I of the Florida College of Agriculture ALL FLORIDA FARMS :
t
1 in
reply to a recent inquiry
during the recent World war, extension -
work in agricultural and homed from a grower of grapes. No better soil-improving plant than
!( economics measured up to the fullest I The letter continues: "Spraying us- the velvet bean is known for average
This ually will fail to cure troubles after conditions.It .
said. Florida
expectations, the speaker '
means that this nhase of our educational 'I i I they have developed, but it is the gathers nitrogen from the air III

system will live and function, most certain means of preventing and stores it in its roots, leaves, fruit
r', jtiouble; it is. the difference between well Just received'a large shipment of
that it is a fixed, definite phase. and vines, doing equally as as
f Dr. True said that too few men are success' and failure in the productionof any other leguminous' plant knownto

.', interested in research work, that the table grapes. the agricultural world.It .
I "It is not necessary to describe in furnishes a heavy growth of Balls, Bats, Gloves, Mits and all I
depleted detail the different diseases and insect
I,! vines and leaves which, when plowed
biuiuhcj of agricultuial education enemies of the grape' in order for you under, give life to the soil and there-

I work. As a result it may be expected i to prevent injury. The pants is dif- by stimulates plant growth in a remarkable other paraphernalia necessary in the I
i-rent from most fruit in that
:emphasic la general spray will control the more f r This heavy way. growth of vines and

research, and it may also be expected dangerous enemies. In this general leaves! shade the ground, thus supplying National Game. II I
that research workers will be better spray bordeaux mixture is used to I a need felt by most farmers.
\ control] fungi;! lend J arsenate to control It supplies the farmer with the best t

paid.Because of the growing prominenceand chewing insects and nicotinesul- I fertilizer element known-nitrogen-
Remember these
Goods
phate to control Hu'kingin".ct"" are Spalding
importance of agriculture the and at rates no fertilizer manufacturer I
speaker declared that aiicrs of "Observe the followindire.tiHII call approach.

broad vision are going to bo in uroat- for spraying: Its roots grow deeply, loosening the and THE !
Spalding's BEST.
"For anthraonose, black rot, downy means
ed demand in the future. soil so the roots of corn and other
Dr. Smith in his address following mildew grape berry-moth and various crops may the better reach down to
Dr. True, declared that the biggest other insects, spray with 4-4-50; water and plant food. 1 JI
and finest thing extension work has bordeaux mixture to which 1 tAr Tht velvet bean is recognized u. r
accomplished has been the stimulating. pounds of dry \lead arsenate have been ono of the )bc-Rt feeds for fattening
of farm and think mMcd. Spray a week before the fljwrr vines well
men women to cattle The leaves and as
along definite, determined lines, of en Nude open. as the pods, are highly palatable and
deavor. No progress cnn come without "Spray II second time with 4-4-:>0hnl'I..IIUX may he. pastured", through the fall and Fred S.
and the best in mixture which h.1I'e bp'nudd.J J Gilbert
thought thought winter, after they have fully mature
any field is that of the men and women 1'i pounds of dry lead arsenate< or been Killed; by frost.
',.
of that field; he said. ,pnd 4 pint of 40 percent nicotine sul- But cattle have no option on this
j phate. To this should be added also 1
plant for feeding Sheep
OPINION OP P AItENTy I pound of rosin fish-oil!! soap for( 2 I goats, hogs and horses purposes.are fond otthe r0

.. GVWING 'AC1'OUATCAMI'S, ,, ,pounds of yellow laundry soap), in vines and leaves. and hogs fatten . ,
-_ ," ,, l '''',>,,,'',.,',,order;,to make the spray stick to the well on the pods ..
'' 1!leavca.' "'This 'should be'
Over at Fourth Corps' Area head spray applied As a dairy feed, the velvetbeanmeal
quarters, an officer was studying 8 as socn as the' blossoms fall. This takes high rank.
Y pile of letters from parents! whos-! spray should be repeated when the This plant has few enemies and
sons attended the lf'22' Citizens Mili- fruit is half grown. In severe cases.t may be grown easily and cheaply.No I.
tarv Training ("unip. at Camp :Mc- may be necessary to repeat a third Florida] farmer should hesittte
Clehan! Ala. time. This third ] should ---
aNd Fort Bnrram-as application to plant Velvet beans along with his -
,; Florida. lie made two weeks after the "ec nl.Io.e ." 'orn crop, because the value of the
"Here are three more letterfrom :\ complete information conoern- bean crop is worth far more than the
Captain C-," he remarked to his i'-K grape diseases and insects and little trouble the farmer is put to ingathering
cssistant. "Lots of folks with son" their control may be found in Bulletin the corn in the bean vines.
in his company have written in about :3,, of the Agricultural Extension Division -

them; boys say he's the best ever. University of Florida, Gaines- ORABMERFOQIHEHOMSEED
Hmmm-guess he's slated to command \ille. A copy may be had for the ask ONE IN EVERY 7 HOGS KILLEDIN

a company again this! year." ing. 1922 SHOW TUBERCULOSES
"See that the supply officer arranges --- I
for plenty of fresh vegetables! |:OKI>E-<\rX( PREVENTS LOSS OF :' Federal meat-inspection records for

this year. Folks want their sons to :MELONS: FROM_. ANTHHACNOSE: the year 1922 show that an average
eat plenty of good food at camp. -- of one hog out of every seven, slaughtered -
Most of the boys put on weight last! The time is here when growers of in establishments under federal

year and we want to keep the good wntei'mt Ions must take utmost precautions inspection during the year showed Flower !Seed Garden Seed
work going." to prevent serious losses to lesions of tuberculosis. Altogether,
"Look at these' letters from moth- their crops from anthracnose. Timely :i9,411i,43t1! hogs were slaughtered under Field Seed1it.jirt
ers-not a kick out of the bunch of spraying with bordeaux mixture will federal inspection in 1922, and 5-
them. They write and tell us what control the spread of this din uso. HOfllil;l of them showed lesions of the
they like. They don't bother their The damage is usually greatest during disease. -

heads much about military affairs!" the last mcnth of the crop, for Hogs are infected principally by r I
bless 'em, but they do notice that the reasons that rains are more fre- following diseased cattle in the feed FERTILIZER I

.. i their boys come home better behaved, cuent and the disease has a greater lot and by drinking milk from tuberculosis Ii
and in the best of physical conditionto opportunity to spread. > cattle. Because of the short- -L1 ir"'I r- That Good Fish Guano
go back to school. Here's one tell. I|I The fungus causing anthracnose attacks feeding period of hogs, the tubercu- J.I II
,w' ing us that her son made the high' the vines, leaves and fruit. The lous lesions are usually localized; the I I Goat Manure Hardwood 'Ashes /

school foot ball team right off the markings on the leaves and stcmi are head and glands of the neck are most .
w bat, he was in such fine shape." ;i dark, irregular, dead spots. These: cosnmonly affected. However, it is Nitrate Soda
y "The fathers aren't alow to catch 'markings at first have a watersoaked estimated that in 1922 more than $2-

t f Bill's improvement in manner, either. appearance. They::: later, shrink and 000,000 worth of pork was condemnedas : -
t Bill came back from the camp a more !become covered with a pink sticky unfit for human food on account

" A manly boy, with a man's way of mass .of spores-seed-like bodies of tuberculosis. This is but a part of
1 looking at things. No sissy's get by When the disease is serious enough/ the total loss sustained by the nationon SPRAYSFenole
at the C. M. T. C. It trains a man the leaves and vines die prematurely, account of tuberculosis in hogs.
,1
,1 to meet and live among men on an leaving immature melons exposed to Animals! affected with the disease can Fenole Stock Dip
/ equal basis." the sun's rays. not make the best gains, and the dan-
r, I "Look at this bunch of pictures I There is but one precaution to take ger to human health is a factor always Fly Spray Arsenate of Lead
." there they are arriving at ramp, with to hold this disease in check and that to be considered.The ;
the C. M. T. C. labels on their suit- i ifs I as suggested above, to spray with vigorous campaign being con- FLORENCE:: : : : Fungi Bordeaux Pestory Pyrox](
; bordeaux :
cases. Look at the bunch at theswimming ''<1, the disease mixture 4-4-50 solution, before ducted for the eradication of this I Fiahoil Sulphur Lime
pool. See that bunch hik- actually appears in dread disease has resulted to
JngT! It was one warm day, and the the field. It is of little use to spray March 1, 1923, in 24,132 accredited up Blue fl'tone' Tobacco Dust
OIL
I I I for this COOK STOVES
road wain't too disease after the field is
any good--but do you once herds in the United Statea, In which
' .. know, not one of those boys fell out? thoroughly attacked, as the disease is more than a half million cattle have .,.
, s They came home singing" 'It's the persistent in favorable weather and it been: pronounced free from tubercu Meals t
s'' last mile'--ami man, you ought to I I lIs I almost impossible to hold it in osis. Every herd that is freed reduces on TimeTheFtorencecoob.bekesandroaata

have seen the supper they stowed check after it once gets a good start, the menace to the hog industry. SPRAYERS
away. How's that for a flash light? I particularly If the vines are abund-

r They're all sitting around talking it I ant. Early in the growing season the SMALL TOWN PESTS evenly and thoroughly. No ashes, no
over." lie turned to me, "How about I cost of spraying is comparativelysmall. smoke no troublesome dampers.? Let tJ..Demonstrate the Best

that boy of yours-isn't he seventeen i The Slow-Pay Peat has the Money
:yet? Send him along, we'll make a | From the middle or the last of Aprilon and will Pay Some Time but he just Let us show you what an intensely Sprayer and Duster Made

man of him for you." j I through the growing season it will Naturally Hates to Let Go of the hot blue flame its powerful burners

Unfortunately lie could not make pay to watch closely for diseased Jack. Merchants 'can't Pay No Bills diva Handy levers control the heat -

pood his last promise, as my only boy plant}.and, if any are found, to begin with Dollars that are Slow Coming perfectly. KeroeenesuppJyiaaI
is named Myrtle, and therefore can't !spraying at once. Or, if there is any to Work, but the Slow-Pay don't give
go to camp. question regarding the disease, the a Dern, hencfc! his Place in the Hall sight inthegItssbuII'e ; of the tank. ALSO

3'' But; the captain was right Citi1 grower will do well to consult his of Pests. The baker's arch of the Florence

, Kens* Military: Training Camps are I county agent or write to the Experi- More HeatLess Portable Oven 'assure* even baking Garden Tools
'fine' ..tuft'.- ment Station at GaInesville There are enrolled in the home demonstration -
clubs of tempting pastries, and well-browned
Duval county 234 and CultivatorsMAKINSON'S i
; It Happened Like This SMALL TOWN PESTS girls in sewing, 100 boys and girls in I Care roasts. '
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' .'Two thrifty. Scotchmen attended food and bread work Dam poultry, 11 ......
an The Frank Guy, who Always Says in rabbit 8 in home beautiflcation
8
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r Irish Freestat meeting. At the con What lie Thinks, is a Cheese of the in gardening, $ In canning, S in -
.r pantry
> .clusion' the chairman announced) First Whey and a Town Pest than : 2 in fruit and 1 In (rap*. Of I- :
doors and windows been
/"All have Which there is None Whioher. Here these 95 percent..... actually completed BUG HARDWARE:;
+ locked and' noone will be permittedt I i the Pest who Always Says What He the year's program with an ; I'' I

t *. leay until I< they"slave. contributed! ,(Thinks,and Met Up with the Chap average grade of $b. Thirteen girls . "
t* the cause." \ ' \. r""A I;who Always does What H. Wanta To were selected to: attend the annual) .N"E DEPO ;:'_if III -"\ rp.r'i.et! #' ., '11, ,,- '- t ... j
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minute later Hebrew faintedandtwo .;and the Rfsult'ls Most vAmphibuoos short coarse for ctohLcirU'la' Talla .,' .tJ"f i ; .... / t 'i ....\ .. I ..t.-\i, PHONa'123; "":1 .
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( pI;( KISSIMMEE VALLEY. CfAZETTEi'FRlDAVi} APRIL '' FlVlf r
1923
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440400040' 0004004000. : KISSIMMEE"CLUB WOMEN ;: His A Dry Home"The

L0 '' ' * VISIT SAINT CLOUD toast was drank in silence," -. ... .
..1'3lIPE11 o WEATHER .
REPORT
was the sentence on the blackboard.
"'-- Wednesday: alternoon'fourteen la- "James Halloway, correct that sen-
N'Special 0 Official I Bulletin of. daily: temperature ': dies representing the Mothers' Club tence said the teacher. AMERICAN LEGION SPECIALCasin.

and precipitations furnished and Women's Club motored tt> Saint Jimmy, wont;, to the board and

> by the Kissimmee Co- Cloud to enjoy the cordial, delightful: wrote: '

sale of human hair goodsat > operative U. S. Weather Bureau hospitality of the Saint Cloud. Women's "The, toast. 'was ate in silence" : : Tlaeatar: ; ; ,

M.. Kate's Sons.. 0 Station, for the weelf ending 4 Improvement Club. .

I Thursday, April 19; :. The library building headquarters '' .
Miss 'Emeltlne'' Browne visited with -- < of the hostess club recently built and Kissimmee, Florida' *; _

her mother in Campbell, Sunday: ,, 0, Date Max. Min Prcp. dedicated is a beautiful ornate1 structure

J; Friday Apr 13.__.81 66 .03 and for this occasion was exceptionally ' .
If you don't enjoy a good time, stay Saturday', Apr 14.84 68 .46. attractive< in itsf decoration\ WEDNESDAY 'NIGHT APRIL 25 'r-

away from the Purple Cat Cabaret.. 4' Monday, .Apr l6,..84 63 00.* of_gray moss and purple boganvilla. ,

Tuesday, Apr 17.86 59 .00 Mrs. Sue I... Hendrix. dean, 'we h
Mrs. A. H. Spier, and her daughter, to Wedn'day 18.80 68 .01 might well of the dvett The
Apr say ImprovementClub Legion Drama PlayersIn
Susie
> Mrs. Spier Smedal, are visiting: Mr. and .
Thursday Apr 19..80 41 .00 4 ; Seymour, president
friend .In Saint Petersburg: Reading are made at 6:00 p. < other, officers were in the receiving
'
Folks say the Star Brand Shoes m. for the preceding: twenty-four < line to greet the guests Mrs. Seymour a Master\ 4, Act American Play,. entitled


last and thev longer
CAULEY'S, and C. M. * Co-operative Observer. jn words of tenderness and affectionas FOR 8ALK-8weet potato:' from one _;;;J ;j. ...,.,........ ';;.I-.S.. ,_
'to the bonds of friendship and the
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hundred to five thousand pound at
Mrs. Lloyd Hettinger, of St. Cloud, united purpose of club women. Mrs. Bailey's Grocery. Bt. Cloud. 18-Zt Under Personal Direction of William Triplett ;i
was visiting, relatives and friends in. Ladies' attention! Don't miss the Fripp\was asked to respond and was
Kissimmee Monday. sale of hair good at Kate's. followed by expressions from Mrs. J. FOR SALIC--Orado Aberdeen Angus.
bull Tunis
nice Individual. Oracle
M. Duncan and Mrs. S. B. Aultman. ram: several mulch .......... F. A.Utruup ,
New York Life Insurance Co., SamL. Miss Albina Smith made her usual Then came the very interesting address FlHh Lake Ranch, Klunlmmce. -, CAST OF CHARACTERSEDWARD

Lupfer.local representative. 14tc occasional trip to. Whittier, last week. of Mrs. Ashe,. giving: glimpsesof It.He

manners! and customs of New Zealand Hold ELMER An American Gentleman__________M. B. AYRES j
SECOND HAND HOODS bought
Mrs. W C. -Norton entertained the Miss Mvrtis Whidden is in Lake-
as well as a cursory survey of its and repDI ed. The Cailno. 44tf BEN COOK who Times.
the land visiting her sister Mrs. Lewis "Proposes" Thirty-four *. ___*..__.
"
Methodist. King's Daughters at Shuck. political life. Mrs. Ashe, a Boston I ---------._-_---i.__._____________.:.ALLISON T. FRENCH
parsonage, Monday afternoon. . woman lived seventeen years in New FOR 8Al.E-Fln.: Porto HIM sweet po-
tato plants, ft.KO per 1000; ".110 for JOEY CLARK. a FI.ht"rman..uu.SIDNEY M. RICHARU '

Mrs. E. J. Browne I spent Sunday atCampbell's Dress goods of silk or voile, Pain-, Zealand with the, and in these of years understanding.observed i BOO.street. Joe KlnHlmrnev.Itedlirer, 1108 Malibrtte IS-Ux WAITER __u____-.-_______--_--_....-______J. NATHAN BRYAN
purpose
her Horace ley, Oriental and all the latests atMcCAULEY'S.
visiting son, ,.
New Zealand lens than a centuryold OFFICER---------------------------------- HUNTER DILLARD
*
Browne and family. FOR SALT TVn acre farm with house
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was the first to give women the 1900. M A. HI rout Farm Agency CAPT. AMOS BARTON (A Character' Study)_____MR. TRIPLETT ,

St. Augustine shrimp at DuPont's T. J. Ivey is in Athens, Georgia, franchise. New Zealand, through its 1'oMofllcc bull'llnit. x FLOTSAM An American Girl Who Loves Wisely and Well.

Cafe every Friday-boiled, broiled this week on business. former governor-general's wife. Lady .__.___..__.__MISS DOT MAKINSON
FOR SALE For Krnt. FurnishedRooms ----------------------
creamed, fried, or salad. Plunkett, gave birth to the Shepherd- and No Trespass Card, K''
MRS. ELMER A Society Woman with a Heart and Soul,..__
Furnished Flat for rent. W. B.Uarrls Towner bill principled. New Zealand
cents each at The' Uaiette offlrit.
___________________,___ MRS. H. NELSON MAKINSON
Mrs. W. L. Graham has one to : Gazette office.' 14-tf has no pauperism but does have the o-tr ----- --

Palatka: where she will visit Mr. and workers compensation aft, old' age FOR 8ALP3 Fine COUSIN SIMONSON. wh, <-Proposes-" the Thirty-fifth time,
reeldeneproperly.
Mrs. T. E. Bowen who was operated pension bill eight hour day and ___._____ ,_._ .._MRS. TRIPLETT r
Mrs. W. L. Thorndyke. Apply al the office of The Valley ----------------- --------- .
upon last Saturday at the Orlando many progressive measures. the development Onzrttc. Klmlmmcc. J-tf

Purple Cat Cabaret tonight at 7:30.: General Hospital, i* convalescing rap- of which the labor world

The fifty cents admission includes tin. of England labored for many, many FOR S'\I.-600 near 8t. Cloud.acre For good quick pastureland Rule. SYNOPSIS OF SCENESActs

eats. idly.Mrs. years. Mrs. Anne's address alone tR.OO per per.. Write S. l\ "'lIl1n....*.
Ried Miss Albina
Laura Jean made. visit well worth while \\uuchula; Florida. 8-tf I
our and II-On the Coast of Maine the
near
Beth Palm Rowley is here again Smith, and Mrs. G. W. Best were whlchaugment.ed by music of the ladies' ,
at the school lunch Tues FOR I-I.\I.E--Or RentA: nlr* 6ro.cottaicc. ..
with a beautiful stock of hair goods: guests room quartette, instrumental and "0- with liirhtK. water nnd bath Great Reef Lighthouse.Acts .

at Katz's. day. eal-the delightful courtesy and spirit on easy pnvmrnti: or will rent. to a III and IV-Palatial Interior of the Great
small family. Sec the own *r. J. J.
Mrs. Monte Tillis. of Bartow, and Sone one is in reverse. Several of fellowship altogether gave an RlrhardH. 4 31"" Street. 17-lfe Reef
afternoon of pleasure not to be Lighthouse.
Orlando ladies buy dress goods and soon
her young eon Monte Jr., is spending ,
forgotten.The RAltl.tlFOR! THH Bt'VKIlA
Kissimmee shoes at McCAULEY'S.
tlye week in visiting her ,
from Kissimmee includ-
stiftfrr Mrs. Leo H. Wilson. party HPMSN'PID:; 1 6-roum houno, modern
;
Mrs. J. L. Overntreet president ofMethodist de Mesdames Aultman. Bent Duncan -
,
I garage; clone In; pedal bargain at j Miss Makinson
Ask for information on the New. Women's Missionary Society Fripp, W. B. Makinson Medic 2176. KOnie (..rm". Better net bus)'; Between Act Specialties. . j Patsy

York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- attended the annual missionary Parker. and Parker, RotxTson\ Stanley F1VK-ROOM this In a real house NAP not finished. Inside 1 F. A. Thompson ,

fer. 14-tfc conference in Sanford, this week. Sigler! Thompson Turner, and city WIIUT. home tenna. $7 o.FOUIIUOOM '.
Wemple. C. J. F. modern and sleeping.
II. P. Suhl and son made a business Laides have your hair combing -- porch for rent. $16\ per month.
trip to the six-wheel truck factory, at made during the haft sale, at Katz's 4EALDSWEET; RECIPES HTKCIAI. HAKUAIN In H ten-acre farmon Superb Ten-Piece Concert Orchestra, under direc-
the lilxle lean
Highway. than nmile
Vero, last week. Mr. Suhl returned Mrs. Lancaster and daughter Mm, IN GREAT DKMANO: ) from city limits: new house: tion of Mrs. George Gardner.
home Friday and Orick will be engaged small cash payment, long: time to 'pay
In trying out the new truck for Carolina, are visiting relatives in In advertising Florida citrus' fruitson balancer. ) i'heap. Cunie let Ufl
Clearwater. Miss Lancaster recently show .
sou.SI'LEN1)II.
.
a week or ten days. the largest national scale ever attempted -
3II-AOHK lakefront farm.
completed a very successful. term of 1. the Florida Citrus Exchangt with good l ltilldlnf7K for Pent ,.lth..r General Admission 50c. : : Reserved Seats 75c ;
Good music good eats, good drinks, school at Shingle Creek. has thus far thin season maile.i out cash or Hhare uf ""01'1.." small :'
good time-at the Purple Cat Cabaret farm 2Vi miles from town. TICKETS ON SALE AT TRESS' NEWS STAND
: 75.000 attractively bound, illustrated ..
.
Fireman's hall. If you're good at guessinggurus PINfe LITTLE .'ftM .,1..,. In. well
tonight at
I who the masked dancer is tonight at recipe books, telling the housewives Improved' : well Nhaded. flowing well;

While climbing the stairs leading the Purple Cut Cabaret. of the country how to best prepare one acre of paMlire la |ir.\ lillllttKraaa
Sealdswert oranges and for two eown. Six room houae.aleepln .
to his office over the Bank of Osceola I grapefruitfor. porch : good )>ani. very; .L
.
Mr. and Mrs. Dell II. Sutton pres..rving.ThE'
exportto
County, last Saturady evening, H. C. cheap and on terma.
leave Kisnimmee tomorrow for hocks, "Florida's Food-Fruits" PI.ENT0001' Jl'1.OII">A IIA!II MNH=
Stanford and fell strikinghis
slipped
their home at Hastings, Michigan and "Home Uses for Juices of Scaldsweet \i I.St1Ite.11.T1! fOMPAM
right!!;; arm against the newell post "
between near Detroit. They expect to return Oranges and Grapefruit! are
and fracturing one cf the bones: WANTED.
the wrist and elbow 'o Kissimmee as usual next September. printed in issues of 30) and. IS pages --, Orlando Mattress FactoryWE

tebpectively. The recipes are for all \\'ANTgll-Jo'o'd roiidnti-r Ford tour

.' Purple Cat Cabaret tonight, Fire forms of salads and deserts' pies, l>iK. und one Ion Ford truck. llailiy'iOrocery. *
a man's .hall. Gcod eaU included inprice' The leading life insurance companyof .tikes hot and cold drinka. They me. St. Cloud. 1e.21WANTEI.Oond REBUILD YOUR
the world New York Life. Sec-
of admission. Fifty cents. only mailed out on the written request 4

Sam Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc of consumers or Healers. one to ten thousand sweet pounds potatoes, at, from Italfey's COTTON, HAUl, AND FELT MATTRESSES

Mrs. George Taylor, of Jacksonville -- The demand for recipe books thUjenson ( rocer).. St. Cloud. 18ZIF
Out-of-town at the NewbyInn ._
who has been visiting: her parents guests according to the Exchange, -- BOX SPRINGS ETC.
J. J. Hoester of ,
week VOLT
this do
are: any/ kind of farming In
in Kissimmee, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jacksonville Rev. Walter Smith, of has been far above the demand for Florida you should read The Farmerand
Dietz returned to'her home Sun- ; similar books during the previous Htifrkmnn.
A. of Wauchula and Mrs. L. Lockwood
day. She was accompanied by her ; any other season.. During the height and truck farming, live stock .
who willviaitjrlends'and Jacksonville. J:'F. and Harry Hart- poultry and dairying. Mend for freeample Phone 804 500 W. South Street ;
sister Mrs. John Muller, of the present season, as many as 1- ..
t!ll were registered there this week. copy or 25 cent relative. In Jacksonville $00 requests a day were received for month Yearly subscription ...OU;
also Reuben La ..
,.':;;. . aswas i Montp.. books. At present from. 400 to 511*0 three yearn $2."
' .Thai investment make Don't tell anyone about. the low requests are averaged' each day. Requests :- ,.a IoItot'k.nan."No.'t month.Address.The' ,<10 ')'Newnan Farmer, Street.jHcknonvlllo. and. "
best
you can -'"" loth nnin- for books have: come from eve ,
10n ,' ,
\ ,
Better price on lingerie : Klorlda.nM"" 12-tfe P' -n "In''h r"i'; "er4 w7pn've..nrnv; erne
is a New York Life Policy.' took iriuslins sheetingsetc.! at McCAULEY'S. cry state in the. Union' and every .
than a savings account. 'See Sam province in Canad, as well as nearlyall LOST ,

Lupfer. 14-tfc foreign countries!), including a few -- iF
= ;; ; ;; a
Euhc" La Monte has taken his cattere requests. from China, Japan LOMT- -Tine diamond 'act In gold daisy
Mrs W. K. Bancroft, formerly a "lii. betweruPilder's Studio and
smiling visage and chin whiskers Palestine, Australia. Egypt Chili
resident of Atascadero California Kolteraon'ft drug fitore. April 7. Return -
: ,
north with him for his summer's Scotland, Rumania and the Phillipine to day & Thomati' and receivereward.
but now of Saint Cloud, registered at work. He left a letter in the Chamber Inlands. e ,
this week. A tall-
the Chapter House of Commerce bidding farewell to As a result of the national broa l- -- - ---
cadero community plant MISCELLANEOUS! !
is a large friends In Kissimmee and of these Seuldswect
Mr. Lewis established us' many casting recipe" _
-
whoRe founder. ,
several thanking them for their kindness to officers of the Florida Citrus Exchange ,lIII'I..tl'Fh-\ViII the lady who I 1M I
House
here the Chapter him. his letter-head, which carries representatives!' located in all ( string for the Bilk American HHU

years ago.Every the slogan "The Man Who Handles parts of the country report there has lonulnir In MIsK Minnie Neal lined'
il'iilnir W t' T I' convention, '
day in; every way our business i The Wurm Oxygen." gives his summer !been u steady! increasing demand for nd It to MIK II. M. Hall. 316 pleases .Mal>-
address "Billboard! Cincinnati, Seuldsweet fruit and much better' bi'tle.
is growing bigger and better. as a . ..._ ___ __Xh. Call 'Phone
You. too may share the big values a.' Ohio," and his winter home as "Km- use made of it in serving. Hun the
Florida." Good l luck to cf letters have been received theExchange \
McCAULEY'S. immee, < you. by original J. I K, VViitklliH. I.Inc. best for
Rube! : from housewives, attesting! o\er till.a I'M. UIIOMII l very wlieru.Kery a
;
F. Byron Ames, J. L. Aldrich J. -- to the merits of the recipes.WOOWVAKI prod uet n s.i-ll.-r and repealer.
Nathan Bryan T. N. Clark, Sam I,. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frazuro, JrrlntFrazure --_ for Tei rlUiry opl-M" now I In KlHHfniinee
a llw hustl.-i. lie llrstVrlte
Lupfer, Jr., John L. Overstreet, Geo. and Mrs. W. B. Harris. returned > STARTS toilny for Iree samples and la."l<-u-

T. Sigler, and C. M. Sutton, of Loughman. Monday from New Orleans, IIISJTWENTY: FIFTH hue. .1. ItVatlllliH ('0" LH-pl. /HTMemplilH. P
attended Confederate TenncHKee. 17-Ctx
where they
are among the Masons who expect .
to attend the Masonic school of Veterans' reunion. They found t the F. E. Woodward who has devoted. IlS"tlt,--- ----d.---anxkind----of farmlnir In .

instruction at Orrando next Tuesday roads in the upper part of the state hU time during tin lust year und! a Florida you should, read The Karmerami

und Wednesday.The in such condition that it took them half to increasing lh.t'"i.ll'nt'e' facilities !Stockman u hit-h deala. with citrus -
about four days to reach Pensacola, in KixHJnunee, this, week began and truck farming lire stock.

best investment you can makeis where they left their car.and went by construction of his twenty-fifth p"Oltrand; copy ilulr or )25 IMBT.cent Send for for three fre.Humiile. .

a New York Life Policy. Better train to New Orleans. The Frazures bungalow during the last year and a lIIo"thll.'arl)' subscriptlnn. $IOO' Br
than a savings account. See Sam left Wednesday morning for their half. Most cf those he- has finished he three vent". I3.0 I"i. Published twice

Lupfer. 14tfcC. home in Miami, accompanied by Miss has sold) before completion.! Last wc..kbe a month., No.AddrcHH 10 The Newniin Farmer HI rept.Juckaonvllle. anilKtoekman. .

Angle Makinson; who goes for a visitto finished one on Sproule, next to I Florida. 11-lfc d
W. Goetha, of Orlando, is fitting the "Magic City." that recently completed for Vernon )

up the store on Broadway formerly Porter, and sold it to O. I). Porter, KOH HALF
occupied by Reed's bakery. Mr. Goetha'lI NEBRASKA FOLKS who expects to move into it by the f2 *OuH.Io'n'1Idroom house. ; plastered -

intention is to install an up-to- LIKE KISS1MMEF.Mr. first of the month.Wednesday large down stairs wide: beat ceiling upstairs;
rooms porch: fireplace:
date bakery:, which will be known as he began a bungalow closets; big corner lot. $500 rash. ,
the "Ideal Bakery." lIe is a former and Mrs. W. J. Bloodgood. who nn Mabbctto street fur Johnnie balance tu suit. _
worked have been 'in Kissimmee for sometime $Gio* .--3-ro< m house: good lot; wellRcreened.
resident of Kissimmee, having Schmidt. The northernmost of the

for J: H. Reed. like visiting Kissimmee"Aunt Frank"and believe Van Du-in three recently finished, or nearly so, Incliidlnif. principle$2O rash and$10 Interval.per month "So the People May Know11The 1

zer on Main street, near Orange: avenue, $45ii\ --Klnc three-acre lot. Just outside
When you think of dry goos, -shoes telling people so. Mrs. Van Pu/.er Mr. Woodward hall sold to Mrs. Ben clt) limits hard surface hlvhway.

or hosiery,. think of calling at McCAULEY was telling The Gazette about thorn Baird. This house is to be completed sloe cash bnlnnce to milt.
FOR HEST-'In. home; n Inrre rooms.newly .
and mentioned- letter they WN'ewriting inside the next two weeks. Just southof I decorated. Inalde and out. $40 Valley Gazelles desire is toprint
to friends in Buffalo county, Mrs. Baird's they are finishing the I per month.1CANTEITo.
but
all the all he
Dr. E. II. Curtis,Kissimmee who recently will Nebraska, ,giving their honest opinion inside for Roy Prentis's house. The I waltlnK.M. nrnt.:: Farmn. HavecuHtoniera unless items are news sent in by timer pone,.
in ,
bought a Mrs. Van Duzer
grove abcut Kissimmee.
other of the trio was recently boughtby : card letter cannot hope to
or we Cd
the Methodist V. not KH
at I be ableto
she
speak Sunday night said she thought might: the Schweikerts.
it aiL If you know of any item of :
church on the problems of the Near a "copy" of the letter. She
get
'I William Gallagher is thin week news The Valley Gazette will be very
East. Mr. Curtis is secretary for the did. The letter was written to Mr. into his the
moving bungalow at corner clad to print it. ,
Near East Relief organization for : and Mrs. A. C. Graham, of Kearney, of Bryan and Orlando the construction

Florida and Cuba. Last week he engineered Nebraska, and here it is: of which has just been! fin- Curb Market All DayGreen Club Society Lodge Church or A'

a baseball game: between the "We are feeling fine. Have beenin ished by Mr. Woodward. School notes; people going away or.
Boston and Washington teams at Florida since January 8. It is the coming back; marriages, deaths or

Jacksonville-- and netted $2000 for his best state in the U. S. to live in win I W. W. Baker of 328 Maple street, birth., items concerning visitors --

cause. ter. Beautiful flowers, fruit and vegetables is in receipt of some fine maple sugar age. building operations, real estate deal,

fine climate with lots of sunshine from,hU friend H. W. Wells, who returned Onion 0' neighbors moving. ia or going out, and
Now is the time to lay In a supply good air, and rain. So many old! to East Fairfield, Vermont, a Green Beans Grapefruit in fact anything that will make The "s

of shirts: New lot Just arrived atMcCAULEY'S. people, over 80, walking around enjoying short time ago, after spending the Cucumbers Tangerine Valley Gazette more interesting to its

Splendid values, $1* life. Nearly everybody goes winter in Kissimmee. Mr. Baker was Cabbage Bananaslettuce readers.

to $3. to church. So many retired miniatern. good enough to bring some of the
I : Apple The ValleT.Gazette'. motto Is: "So
: "The cost of living is less than in sugar to the office of The Gazette, "
Mrs J. It. Gilbert returned home the People May Knew and to that sa.
I i New Potato Lemon
Saturday night from Jacksonville, Nebraska. Do not have to buy fuel and It Is surely rood: sugar. Come end we ask your co-operation L2

where she had been for the put two to keep warm. Aunt Frank Vah Da- back again next year, ,Mr. Wells and ;Celery: Carrots

month at the bedside of her daughter zer is as .spry a* ever, does all her enjoy our climate strawberries a* .Fr..*... Tomatoes Beets .

Mr*. Edwin Pound who has been house work, keep Victor' youngest we enjoyed your sugarMr.! 'Baker Sweet Potatoes Turnips 'Help us boost KissimntBB11"' '
I Is
school. It
sends her to blank from .
i girl, and also exhibited a a bank
'' quite seriously ill, but now improving the right thing to live In a warm !in'Saint Albans, Vermont, which Is in ;;Irish:Potatoes Spinach ,
''Shewa.raccompanied, home by ." '
, her little > and M.... Pound climate when you get old. It lengthen \: the nature of an order blank for syr- Strawberries. '' EggsBAILEY'S .. 'V k
grand
will be down a* soon son as she Is strong your day In peace and happiness. up and sugar. The bank sending. :ili: ;:.' -vrVNWM.MNV e.7 I .. .,( ,;,'" ::.;
WeU ,call.and. see you ,when we get tbem to iU, customers, '.without cost t :, .
enough to,make the trip-; ,;f :/ home and tell you about our trip; We, to .the-7 1'J'0werst to. boost Vermont' ... 4

There is no. way*to" pisyourself have eaten strawberries ever since maple sugar. Industry;; ;; GROCERY;;' .. I ...: .t ;,

for a rainy day than to oak we have'been here. 'They last from ,, .- a G,..'414, .. ...'" o
December-to May.bent and flh.fish, Nothing but :harmony-honesty 'In ...... ., g. .. ..
fit -yourself with the proper business ; .. ,, J ua.;' n..Rk '1--# Ctea
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.1.,. training '.It,'will allow *jr6a"-to earn and"then'more (fine fish.' W dustry and frug.llty.pir."necessary'to'' j ,$T. CLOUD; ; .'i 'et' ( 4' -. . .! ; lb.

your 'way In the.world.. Attend ,the. .'" '. a. ',C ,,-Lovingly'At: i,make iiara great and haPPJ', ation-. . '
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' IiI KISSIMMEE V ALLEY ,GAZE'M'E. FRIDAY. .APRIL 20. 1t21
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HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTE PAINTING PAPER HANGING DECORATING

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VOLUME 1 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, APRIL 20, 1923 NUMBER 14 POSTAL CARD :WILL 1>O

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Editor...,...__......___Fred 'Lupfer that he showed th
Assistant Editor..Alberta Bronson electric light and water 'plant, explaining ht re's to the class of '23 COAST GUARD ICE PATROL REPORTS
or Jiavinpr the var-, "Oh, I BEST S A Y WISR IIIG II EST ,
Reporter* ious engines. explalned'f ass was And long may their "banner fly; nUCATIO AL GH'T J TO WEATHEIl BUREAU
unharmed life's troubled --
Ninth Grade..,...,-....,_____Ina Phay taken to the ice plant where they expounded May they sail -- reports are received by- theweather '
the making of Ice. After sea. i school principals, and In. particular Dally
'Tenth Grade__ __,...Lucille Griffin die High : United States department

Nor let their namca ever I bureau.
the class went students, are ial.yiiitf -
Eleventh Grade_____Delia Lcdbftter leavingthe ice plant high school
with hair so the Icepatiol
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there is of agriculture from
Twelfth Grade____ Kathcrine McKay to the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, and Now black Peggie to the fourth annual !good I roods service which has, been main
Overgtrect shown how newspapers are print- contest conducted under the ,
Music Dept.Eleanor cJ was each week. This tour was enjoyed The rriilo of the class is she. essay auspices of the Highway Kdueatlon tained for the last ten years by the

Students of our Osceola High by every member of the class, and wewish' Our debater's name is Jack, Backaches Board, according to the daily corlesporidence United States' Coast Guard in theNort.h
School do realiro that we have to thank those who helped to He's as bright as he can be. tops en* inquiries.The \. Atlantic Ocean. In addition to .
;
,
you
And Big Boy Campbell, that quiet its duty along the .steamer
scouting
only six more weeks in which to com make it so interesting. !' unique: subject, "The Influenceof '
child- at OnCC-so comforting lanes scientific observations are made
of work Transport Upon The KIIR'.OUS ,
plete this year's course Last Monday morning the school A real dignified Senior is ho; Highway Community" is at- nnd reported to the weather bureau
highschool Life of My
of complete our
Some educrtion us even this yjear. But do was vistied by Mr. Armstrong Perry While Katherine Tiller, to put it mild, A tiring day on your feet. I acting! more than usual study en the by the ice.patrol service
writer for the American Boy, American Is talkative as can be. lifting running up The ice-patrol was established soon
rot let our interest l UK- Some cf us a Stooping, I part of the students, and even church-
will soon go out into the world, others Magazine, and various other Now Shoes O'Bryan is a funny old and downstairs docs your 11.on and pastors are taking a livelyfTOrest after the Titanic disaster, April 14,

will attend college while still others magazines. Mr. Perry gave a very chap, back feel tied i n painful knots? in the 700 word essays beingprepared : 1912. when that ship wa. sunk by
and will be for sonic time interesting talk on "The Ambition of I'll swear he's a wise old pill. l the high school students striking an iceburg off the tail of the
are still yet striving for the goal of education. Young People," telling us that we And Ettamay SuhT I'll bet my cap, Apply Sloan's to those sore, cf the nation.by The best essay on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. Conditions

We are aware of the fact that could bo whatever' we wanted to be, Is pretty as any Jill. tired muscles. That warm, subject will rt.-eive the H. H. Firestone in respect to ice arc subject
(that is if we work hard enough for Now Beano Golden's a good old skate, variations from to
spring is here and many of us do not penetratinfj plow brings immediate Four Years Univeisity Scholarship to much year ( year.
feel like studying.. Keep up the good it.) In his talk. !Mr. Perry related He's the guy with the curley hair; comfort. Almost valued at.not less than $4,000( or Some years bring large quantities of
spirit and work hard! Don't let the many incidents-" of the ambition of And Lizzie Mae will rank first rate- I I annually. Information pertaining ice to this region; other years bring
spring fever get the best of you. boys and of the great success with As a poet, I'll declare. before you realize it the pain $1,000 to the contest has been sent scarcely any. In some years the ice

.. .- Don't quit, "don't give' up the ship," which they had met. We invite Mr. And Kitty McKay is awfully sweet, and stiffness are gone. to( each high school and to each city is held'in high latitudes; in others .it
the ship of education which will Perry to visit our school again, visitors A jolly companion is Bullock.she. Wherever congestion and county superintendent in the na.tion. drifts far south, and constitutes a

mean so much to you later on in life. are always welcome. .We always Then there's Geechie the pain Sloan's.Sloan's . serious menace to trans-Atlantic
Soon school will be out and then for enjoy the talks that help to carry us "ath-e-Icte"' causes use Rules of the contest provide that steamers.' -As the bergs "Vary considerably
a grand and glorious vacation. But on to our goal. Of the class of 23. is protection against be written on the assigned subject in location as welt as in ea-

'J'. right now let your motto be, a long There has been great excitement A. mjghty nice girl is our Louise 'pain. All druggists carry it.Sloan' essays. must net exceed 700 words in son, a vessel might sail on a course .

pull, a strong pull, and a steady pull. among the Seniors for the past week! And She Johnnie a one of Bronson the numerous can sing band with length and must be submitted to high; that was reported clear at the time
later collide
of her but
not later than May departure,
: Last Friday afternoon the Lanier They nave at last received their long- ease for rheaiBti m.bnlae tndii .cbe. .t coldt school principals. with ice which had drifted into her
P: and the eighth looked for invitations to the enter Against in the land. I 1. 1923.
Literary Society any in the of the Titanic.
. off Alaska comes thesewords path as case
fur
tainment to be given them by the From
the of the Henry Then there's Lauretta, a dignified
grades were guests of the contest. The object of the ice-patrol work
Juniors. The party this year promises of appreciation
its annual miss -
Club at
( W. Grady Debating ,
Commissioner are, first to determine the variable
Breaklaws the to surpass all previous ones and liked all of the class Dr. Lester I). Henderson,
mock trial. Mr. I. Much by
is anticipating a most enjoyable LOGIC-AND OTHER THINGS of Education, says: "This office limiting lines of dangerous ice and
" 'f' blind tiger, (Robert Buckets), a resident everyone And Winnifred Denning we must not I telegraphic announcement disseminate such information for the
; It\ of Bevo, near Beer, was accused evening. miss, 1 appreciates your of second to make
By Red Ress of the' subject of thisyear's guidance shipping; ,
of having in his possession one gallon For she is a bonnie lass.
A TOAST oceangraphic' and meteorological observations

: :. of moonshine. This violation of Now Uly is good in basket ball, -.+ contest. Immediately upon !:
: forwarded which are of value in increasing
;I . the eighteenth amendment was a very "Here's to Gordon our basketball A mighty nice fellow, too You made a mistake today ? So did receipt of your telegram we the !general knowledge of thesregions.
information concerning contest
1- \, interesting case for those who are champion, And Leah is liked by one and allShe's we. So did almost everybody else in the to the various high schools of A continuous patrol is mtintained -
' I talking politics. Those on the jury To F. S., who broke the mile run; good at tennis, too. the world. by two United States Coast
e' f were: Catherine Denning, Edna Yates, Here's to dear old Lewis Campbell, And there's little Leonard Herrick, Honestly wouldn't life be an awful Alaska. students Guard cutters capable of at
,. }. Carol Makinson Leonard Herrick, He's little freak I I Not only are Alaskan keeping
,:' ) ) The best boy under the sun.Here's a funny ; Lore if everyone was always right; Interested' but high school boys sea in all kinds of weather. Each is
,,, foreman Arthur Bullock Alberta Yet he write lyric highly
can a
1, ; to Uly our best vaulter if made a mistake
very no one ever for week'speriod
alternately two
', and in the Canal Zone, the Philippines on duty a
Branson Russell Edwards, Earl Babbitt. And he's always mild and meek. I girls
1 i And to Jack, our lawyer bold; There is nothing criminal about I the south of
; The witnesses for the state Let the dear have the white Porto Rico, and Hawaii an'kef'nly searching area
girls rose,
Here's to Leonard, our little poet making a mistake. History (or tradition the largest latitude 43 degrees for signs of Ice.
were: David Brunson, a prohibition He's worth his weight in gold. And the Golden and the White, i if you prefer to call it that) likewise eager to award win offered and broadcasting information to alf
officer, Leah Wilcox who was asked The boy is the one who always knows single educational
And last here's to Lewis O'Bryan, informs us that there has been only approaching ships and to the weather'
to take a drink of the moonshine. The Whose smiling dimpled face Exactly what is right. One since the world began who was in the United States.In bureau.

.': witnesses for the defense were: Mrs. Each Senior will miss as. he hurries The old ring must stick together, always right, and He was divine. The icsponse to numelous lequestt ---- ----
\ I. Breaklaxva (Margaret Brunson,) alone I I And never shall it part; crime lies in making the same mistake I for an interpretation" of the words"highway HOME-STUDY:
Mr. I. Ilelpum (Hamilton Brown,) In all of) his life's hard race. But clasp red, white, and purple, more than once. Errors are our transport, the mommoth TOURS POPULAR

., I and Clyde Harris. The arguments Now herc-'s to each dear Senior !boy.Here's I And dog fennel to its heart. lest teacheis, if we will permit them i new industry that has grown up since
the advent of the automobile, Thomas Home-study automobile tours are
between the prosecuting attorney Now we're out of the
going harbor
: to the things you say, I to be. WTien you make a mintako,
,. Jack Simpson) and the attorney for Hut o'erwhelra III. Mar Donald, Chief of the Unite I popular in the west and afford a convenient
(
Here's to the many, many times, I najght can us cuss if you want to, but don't grieve i
. defense ( Lewis O'Bryan Jr.,) were You've cheered us on our way For we have an excellent pilot.With over it. Analyze it, study the cause I States Bureau! of Public Koad 1.., hasprepared and agreeable way for agroup
interesting and excitin The Miss Leitner the helm." a definition for the use of ;: of club members to visit demonstrations
very When you are gone we'll miss you.We'll at and effect, remember it, and don't do 1
.. .. verdict brought in by the jury was remember you with a sigh; LEONARD HERRICK. the same thing again. Truly, if you I I students I participating in the essay home furnishings in household canned(equipment
i products
! that the prisoner was guilty. Judge May you stick to what you do in life.As follow this teaching consistently, you contest.
Campbell then sentenced the prisoner you do to "Dog-fennel or Die." | | FRESH NOTES I will soon arrive(' at perfection. Having I.I "Highway transport, or highway |I meal planning and preparation, and
to three months hard labor in the city L. M. M. 1 foi.ie all ye people who are broke ariivud at that remarkable\ state 1 transportation deal' with the moveI other phases of home management.

', rest room. Then the i court was ad I and join the Freshmen in getting free II of existence will immediately :I mcnt of pel Don* and things ovei the When these tours are well planned
journed. SPLATTER samples." For the past week the members long to be you old self again. .':'highways, und 1 has to do with the m'strun Ithov are very successful.
-- | of the Ninth English class have Don't your if stumble a worm i iI tnts rf transportation, the hijrh- | In Cascade county Montana according

" Last Monday afternoon Mr. Cason Judge Krihbs, try your skill on this I been trying. their skill in writing business 'I'is the only worry thing you that can't fall; down. I I' way and the vehicle, asell 1114 th- to an extension report rciceived -
took another one of his classes on a Latin Pun: letters, writing for free samiplos Ain't it the truth ? 'I services rendeied 1 l hv. these trannpor- I by the United States department
tour. This time the lucky (or unlucky Mea pater in silvan; (ilium tuum and canvassing all the stores I < tat ion instruments." : of agriculture, one person usually '
) class happened toe\ the lupus est. i[ that have free demonstrations. If Many piedatory animals are caught | This interpretation is being supplie 1 I arranges for transportation for
Physics class. Mr. Cason took them Mea mater BUS mala <,st. tl.e demonstrations will only last, we in their dens by government hunters 'all high schools. in an effort to ,give I all thane who dn not have" cars and

first to the dredge and explained the Equus est in stabulo, lied non e t.A I hope the Freshmen will eventually. who are experienced and sufficiently- { the students the clearest understand I helps line up the cars for people entciin .<.
.manner in which it operates. After Latin Student. get fat.cessities. fearless to work their way through ing"of tin subject on which essays I and leaving a home. Another .

... --_. -- -- --- narrow dark tunnels and attack are to be written.i hast charge of 1I'f'lnlthe housewives
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of the tour and
wolves, coyotes, or mountain lions at .1 making
ASHES OF FLORIDA\( rS has been making a survey of the Everglades if the Floirida legislature close quarters. They usually get the ;.i At 2<> principal points outside' of arrangements for the improvements,
and says peat exists there will create a new county and give it adult female and a number of pups. Washington the United States dei I special equipment, or other demonstration
(By Moses Folsom) ,;tii v-afct cuantiti"( "" That each acre, his name. Out of 1,791 animals taken in Mon i partment of agriculture is conducting to be viewed at a given time.
Do you read "Somebody's Boy Issued 'one. foot in depth, will yield from 200 tana during 1922 by predatory-animal experimental live stock work. Problems I A program is arranged! by another
weekly by the Boys' Home Association to .20 tons of air dried fuel. And It is the claim of C. H. Warf. of Orlando hunters employed by the biological in feeding and breeding of liVO! club member, whose business it Is to

of Jacksonville, and sent for the.-depth is many feet deep, besides that he produced $21,168 worth survey of the United States depart stock in the prevention and control announce the, program and see that
a year at cost of 10 cents tEach more than forty commercial by-prod I of strawberries, $2,795.00 worth Gt ment of agriculture and the state fish lof insects,' parasites, and predatory everything moves as planned. Ar.
number contain8'essays that are utts are tbtalnable.The' develop'mrnt peppers and enough lettuce on'' one and game commission 384 were taken animals harmful to live stock, and rangernents for lunch are in charge

gems. The closing paragraph". of one of the Everglades region in this acre' last season ,to bring him a-total In dens.. 969 were trapped, 144 shot, other subjects related to the welfare of still another person. :.\ ; ,
entitled "Spiritual Chemistry in the particular could be made to revolutionize of $25,178.12.. The strawberries I
191 poisoned and 1 snared. Dogs of the live stock of the United Statss
issue of March 31, just before Easter, the fuel l situation. Day by brought an average of 35 cents a were employed in taking; 138. Skins are studied. The stations have been; I The dead letter office in Washing
is as fellows: "Unless I am an erring clay the wonders' of Florida quart. The April issue of the Fjrmand ton receives
ore com and scales of all the animals secured so located that it is possible to study an average of100,000-
student of spiritual chemistry the ing to light. Live Stock Record of Jacksonville were turned in to the district office I problem confronting live stock men I letters every day. all of them (a"O-
lesson is this: You cannot ha'e with -- prints of th s wonderful record. of the bureau as evidence of capture. under conditions similar to the actual! | lessly directed, or misdirected. They!

out hurting yourself infinitely more ". M. Keyes, commercial survey - ----- - The number included 1,544 coyotes, conditions on the farm or range.! This are opened and forwarded to the: correct

than the object hated; and you cannot engineer of the Southern Bell Tele ORGANIZED FORCES FIGHT 55 bobcats, 56 wolves, :38 lions, 17 makes. the results of greatest value, address if found or if of importance

love without expanding in spirit lei aph and Telephone Co., who works TUBERCULOSIS OF ANIMALS hear., and 81 miscellaneous "nima!!.. because the live stock grower can np- returned to the writers.
ual stature and gaining in clear visIon. out the coming needs of the These 1 letters
company ply them' without groat modification. often contain money or
This was the conclusion after priJicts that general of Barnyard manure left exposed to other valuables.'
a percentage Tuberculosis of live stock is being -- - -- -- This work co ts th
W. S. Criswell, the editor, had described 25 percent in population may be ex- attacked on all sides. In addition to the rains and sun for a few weeks It was Abraham Lincoln who MI id ; government about $1,000,000 a year

an experiment. I I peeled in the southeastern states in the large force of federal, state and loses from 40 to 70 percent of its I "I( you intend to work, there' m no I I because many persons in their haste
1940 compared with 1920. He sitys: c-ounty veterinarians engaged in the I value. I better place than right where you arc." make waste.
A fourteen year old girl, Stella I
"The most startling expansion l is ex- nation-wide
i I campaign for eradicating
Rowell Fort !Meade 1'oH
of
co-nty.
1 pected in the state of Florida, where this di&tasc, there are thousands of
won the $50 prize as state champion the increase will probably be 72.i\) pcrnt aici edited veterinarians assisting I .
in grading and canning among the "" : then !Mississippi with 27.N per'ier.t \vith the
work. Records of the bureau
girls clubs. She had one-tenth Of HM '
North Caroline 26.8
: percent; of
animal industry. United States department
under cultivation which she
acre on
.Georgia 20.3 Alabama 23.5: Louinana
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of agriculture how
that
raised of mil on
3,160 pounds cabbage
I 467 pounds of tomatoes. She canned ,' 234: '; South Carolina 21.1 ; Tennessee March 1, 1923: there were 0,120( accredited
1H.4; and Kentucky 13.4. In
veterinarians in the Unfted
104 H quarts of the latter. Her sjlsJrom
1010 he figuieH that Jacksonville will
States. As accredited herds
the are established
garden brought $360.12gross
,, have a population of 250,000; N.ushjvillt -
from which she deducted $11.2H I the various states turn them
I 200,000; Savannah 120,000; and over to accredited veterinarians whotest
paid for labor and material, leaving
Charleston 10:> His
i .000; company
them annually at the of
her a net prifit from the one-tenth of expense
of 'I expended $10,058, 256 in construction the owner. This permits county,
un acre $348.86. I work in 1922, and in 1923: plans to state, and federal veterinarians to devote

The Recent biennial report' of Shellfish spend $11,298,000..:...__ all their time to herds that have

Commissioner Hedges says the "Uncle Ruben in Washington" is the not been accredited.
I The federal government in
keeps
Sponge industry of the Gulf coast,
title of a book just issued Charles
largely centered at by close touch with the accredited veterinarians
Tarpon Springs
,
S. Barrett, President of the National
and furnishes them
increased in total output from $590- every
I I Farmers Union. The various lobbies
month with information
091 in 1921 to $729,838 in 1922. Five regarding
arc handled without gloves, in fact soi
the disease and unusual conditions
grades of sponges are found: large any
wool, small wool, yellow grass and i many things are touched upon that it that may be encountered in the .
is hard to pick out the
distinguishing
I herds under
wire. The large wool variety lead*, supervision.
and the total of all is over 25 percent I I features. He does not hesitate to name The tuberculosis-free accredited herd

of the production of the world. I the men who are holding up ihe government list is increasing very raI;>>idly. The Success Without Mystery
nor does he make the mistake report of the bureau of animal industry

Across the Gulf from Florida is the I of arraigning men and systems just .published shows that on
Mexican state cf Yucatan, noted for lesponsible for the plight of agriculture March 1 there were 24,132 fully accredited
the production of sisal hemp from I without proposing a remedy. herds 260,034 once-tested When a car as good as Overland is made betterat -

which binding twine is made. There j "You must quit whining about not free herds, and 332,887 herd under in and when
lowest
the
price history- people
are monumental ruins in Yucatan con I getting a square deal. Go and take a supervision.

sisting of remains of palaces, mon I square deal. Mr. Barrett says to the welcome it with ringing praise-and call it the
oliths and temple crowned pyramids |I farmers in the final chapter of the FAREWELL TO THEE

conspicuous for their vast size, fine II book. He explains that this can be obtained OLD RAZOR BACK greatest automobile value in the world-there is
proportions and splendid carvings, 'as through the exercise of legal
in the tremendous increase in
rights and in naturally no mystery
elaborate as any in Egypt or Asia Mi an orderly manner. Mr.
Barrett is well known in "The introduction of blooded stock
and
nor. Florida is Overland -sales both locally and nationally.
the brood
eliminating
believes in it to the extent of owning range sow, ,
The Floria Sugar and Food Prod a farm at Pomona, in Putnam county. declares Agricultural Statistician Sam f
ucts T. Fleming, in his Florida crop report
Company's sugar mill on the President for April. Sit Ikt Ovtrlm4 Aiftrtiiimnt Im f*. AfrU lilk Sftmrimy Efnimf f.it
Palm Beach Canal near Lake Okeechobee Hording during his stay
is in opeeration, but the supply at St. Augustine, visited the State "Just the good news we have been
of cane is net ample just now to keep School for the Deaf and Blind, and waiting for," say some of the state's
I it busy: made a short address and shock hands leading swine raisers upon being informed
with 300 or more students, with Introductions ot this report which reads as
The Deland News and Lakeland by Herbert Felkel, editor follows:
Star-Telegram each on the day before of the Record. President Walker of "The number of brood"sows in
Easter contained page ads paid the school put the President's speech Florida has been decreased for several

for by the business men, urging. reader into the sign language for the deaf years and.this decrease, strange
to attend church on Sunday. pupils.A to say, is resulting from the improve $525
ment and development of the swine '1
The watermelon acreage of Florida tree t: the Maryland grove, 13 growing. industry of the state. It is urlng
,ia 1921 was 18,700; in 1922 it was 35- miles east of Tampa, produced Jn the : the natural result of the elimination
400.' It is thought the acreage of 1923 season of 1917-18, by actual count, of the common range hog. The farm 1.1_ "" .eM"" In. c..,. "" u Irlc.. #. .. .. rel.J.

23 will be h'ger' than ever before as a total of 10,200 oranges, enough- to I er who could 'Veep' a half dozen or
the-first/melons In northern markets fill over 50 boxes. This is probably : more lOWS and their pigs in the woods
*r* from tali'state. There will be few the-world's record. You can easily is finding it advisable and more proto .
hazards fa th.' industry, if good mel figure out the return at $3 box. I itable to own a smaller number of LUPFER &: PRATHER GARAGE.

produced. .and properly: mar- Barron G. Collier of ChicaaO, the : blooded sows with a greater. cash return ,.
iaN street car advertising magnaTe, who per animal from their progeny. j '
>- owns'a large acreage of,land In Lee The state has: 153.000 :1 rood '
) sows DRIVB AN OVERLAND: AND KEALIZC "
> Robert Ranson, the geologist and county: offers to build a rtmrt house i compared with 156,000 .a year ..eo and THB. . ._1.DJFPERENGB ,

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.. ...........( NOTICE or .11IIalr. PALM nvnct r'PALE. 11 sale, at the front deer of the 'Court! ......CIII"or BALE ,

'House, In Klsslmmee., Osoeola County I I I PROCEEDINGS OP WORLD DAIRY
Advertisements i In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth i NOTICE Is hereby given that pur. 11 Florida I will sell at publlo outcry for I Icash NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant CONGRESS WILL ;,'PRINTED
Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida. ,
scant to a Final Decree i
entered on the11th In hand" to- the highest. and best to a Final Decree entered on the
In and for Oseeola County Charlss' 1 day of April A. D. 111 In the bldd.r, tb. following tract of land sit lath day of April A. D. ItSS In the Secretary of Arricultur Wallace .
Anderson plaintiff ve Osceola Cattle Circuit I Court of Osoeola.County Fh>r> u.t. in Klsslmmee t3ec.ola
Circuit
Osoeola Court
000000000 County, of CfJUntYl FlorIda bag
0444 Florlua delegated to
Company a Corporation,, and"Arthur 'da. In Chancery Docket No. lfe6, In Florida vl.! In Chancery. Docket Ho. 1199 In Assistant StcreUry
urt for the Seventeenth E. Donegan defendants! To the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City, a Lots 1 to t Inc. of Block 1C. of the Cult of Town of Klaslmmee City, a 1 I Puirsley the administration of the spa..
Arthur H. Donegan and all whom It Municipal Corporation Complainant, ,S. A. Robinson's Addition. cia fund of $30,000)
.ult of the State of Florida Municipal Corporation, Complainant, provided for in
may concern: Notice Is hereby given vs. All parties Interested In, the tract Q. P. GARRETT All I
vs.
of Osoeola. In last
the County partlea Interested In the tract the agricultural
act (
that under and by vlrute of appropriation ;
certain of land
a hereinafter ll-lt
H. Bullock as Receiver described Respondnts. Special Master.., of land hereinafter deserlbeb; Respondents ;
Final Judgment recovered In the above "for, the interpretation tran.latlou.and
that the
Bank of Klsslmnaee, an on Tth day of May that on the 7th day of ,
lorlda case by the said plaintiffagainst' the A. D Itll during the legal hours of A. D. May discussions and the printing1 ;'.
Banking Corporation NOTICE Or .AI B.. during 'the legal hours of ,
said defendants .UJI. ,
entered on the 16thday sale
,
at the front doorof the Court .sale, binding and distribution
front
vs. A. f. Baas and Ada door of the Court of the
of November A. D. 1917. In the House, In ''
Klsslmmee
Sfe. Respondents. ForeclosItiraire. Osoeola County NOTICE I. h.-.n that House In Klsslromee, Osceola County of to ;
of pursuant ceexiinn the World's Dairy .)
sum I1.1SS.S7 as shown In Fln.lJud..m.nt Florida, I will sell at for
outcry
Notice of Master'* to a Final Decree entered the Florida, I will sell at public; for
bock.t highest on outcry
No. ,1, page IK, and ash In hand, to the and oestildder. llth cash In hand gress.' The act was approved Feb
day of to the
i Is hereby Riven by the unBpectal April ,A. D. 1.1S. In the highest and ,best
under and by ,vlrute of the Writ of bExecutlon the
following tract of land
sit- Circuit the 26. '
i Master heretofore Court of Osceola County Florida bldd.rl following tract of land sit ruary
Issued
i eald cause to' carry-out dated the 1st day of on September said Judgment A. D. late Florida' In. vest Klsslmmee, Osceola County In Chancery Docket No. 111.'< IIIthe in Klsslmmee, 0.0..01."UI",., The World's Dairy.'Congreas will .s.

the final decree. herein en- 110 the undersigned as Sheriff of Os- All Blocks O D of Mathew's suit of Town of Klsslmmee City a Florida, via: open at Washington, D. C. and devote ':

' |. 6th dar of April. A. V.ursuant Municipal Corporation, Complainant All B of A. C. L. Ry. In Block 11 ,
ceola County. Florida has heretofore Addition. of Ito..' two days. October 2 and 3 to the
to the term of said vs. All parties Interested In the tract "
levied and will' the Addition.O.
upon on Rule Day O. P.
i shall, unless payment In GARRETT. of land h.reinaftardescribed.. Respondents P. GARRETT: formalities ordinarily connected with
May A. D. 1(11. same being the 7th t-lt
Special Master.
In said finadecree Is I .U : that the of It-It Special Master.NOTICH the gathering of an international .
offer for day of May, A. ) 1 between thelegal A. 1>. Itll. d'.rl: le".raa' ur'i aa.fiernblage x
Kp th. Bales Day the I
hours of sale In front of the NOTICE OF SA"m. sale front at the Capital and to the dUcusilon .
In front of the Court Court House door In Klsslmmee. Osceola at. the door of the Court OF .ALIC.
1 O.o"ola Counon House; In Klsslmmee Osoeola of the broader aspects of dai
.' ICIsslmmee. Florida NOTICE County,
County offer for sale and Is
[, May 7th. A. D. Ittt. bae..1 sell to the highest and best bidder for to a Final hereby Decree given entered that on pursuant the- Florida I will sell I at public outcry, for NOTICE I. hereby given that pursuant rytnmclentifle: commercial and humanitarian. ..
?: hour. of sale,, to the ,, cash In hand, to the highest and best to a Final Decree entered on the '
"'h. the Interest of the said Arthur. 1th day of April A. D. Itll. In the On October 4 the dele
best bidder for cash thereterests N. Donegan In the following describedproperty Circuit! Court of Osceola County, FlorIda bidder, the following tract.of land situate 11th day of April. A. D. If". in the sessions .0 hr
:
in gateswill hold at Philadelph ?
Klsslmmee :
Respondentssted Osoeola Circuit
l located In County, Court of Osceola County Flor
ot'hhd.at Osceola County In Chancery, Docket No. 1188 In
| on or the ex- Florida vis: ida, In I ia' where the National Dairy Council
Florida Via: tho suit of Town of Klsslmmee Chancery Docket No. I 00. In
the mortgage foreclosed In City, a Lots 2. 4 6, of J. H. Woodall's the suit of Town will(
Lot Si of Cape Breeze Addition to Municipal Corporation Complainant, of Klsslmmeo City, a give a demonstration of its activities
I4th of Sub I Iv of Lot 65 F. I. I .
-to-wlt: the day Klsslmmee All < 0' Add. Municipal Corporation Complainant
City Osceola v. parties Interested
County In, the tr.etof in promoting national health by
ritSO, or as same has ao- O. P. UARRBTT vs. All parties Interested In, the tract
Florida.Also land
.fter. In the following de- > hereinafter described Respondents 1/-U Special ,Master. of land hereinafter educating the public as to the 'food
described
: The S%. of the 8% of the that Tth day of Respondents .1"
pperty located In Osceola NWVt of the SW % of Section 14 A. D. ItSS, d'.rlh: : the legal u:1.al. I that on the 7th day of May I, value of milk and milk products; On :

ride to-wlt: East Half of Township 16. 8 R. 1 9 B. ., at the front door of the Court NOTICE OF BAI,n.suant A. D. 1111. during the legal hours ofsale October 6 the delegates will reach
|nd: Lot Five less the North Also: The NWU ef the SW% of House.. In Klsslmmee. Osceola County -----. at the frdn door of the Court
Section twenty-on.Town- Section. *1. Township 25, 8. R. 1 toE. Florida, I will sell at outcry, forca.1t NOTICE I. hereby given that ,p"r- House, In Klssltnmee, Oscaola cr'nt0i I'Syracuse; N. Y., where they will continue -
-Ava South. of Range Thlr- Also:. The RU of the NW% of in hand to the highest and best to a Final Decree entered on the I Florida, I will aell at highest ou, to meet morning until October r
according to correct mapS Section 17. Township 18 S. R. SI E. the following tract of land sit llth day of April A. 1>. 1853 In the cash In hand to the and best 10. Afternoon. the National "
filed In the Office of the Also bldd.rl in Circuit Court of Osceola County Flor- bidder the following tract of land situate
The NW% of the NE% of Klaslroroee, Osceola: Count, "4u' Dairy Exposition will Its dis
reult Court of Osceola Coun- Section 3. Township 15., 8. R. II E. Florida, rls: Ida In Chancery, Docket No. U 4..lri Klsslmmee, Osceoin County open
Flortda. ALSO: all that Also: The SW% of the NK 4 of Lot 1 of Block A of Robert Bass' the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City, a Florida via: plays. Evenings will be,, left free for'group fl''
(tie now ranging In OtIc..I..dJ..lnln" Section 13. Town.hlp 26. S. R. S* E. Add. Municipal Corporation, Complainant Lots 1 to 10, Inc. of Block S of and association meetings. On
I Counties In the vs. All parties Interested In. the tractof N. F. Bnss R... Sub Div Blocks 1.
Also: Lots 68 and 87 of Plnedale. O. P. OARRETT. the evening of October 10 the
(marks and brand., to-wit: land S 5. 6, 7, 8. 1 congress
being a subdivision of Section 2', t-lt Special Master. hereinafter desorlb.dRespond- 10, 14 sit 16 of Ross
pe upper bit In each ear. Township 16 8. R. It E. ents, that on the 7th day of May Add. will hold an international banquet

t. X. The terms of the sale All of the above described property. NOTICE! OF BALK. A. D. 1911. during; the legal hours of O. F. GARRETT which will probably be the large .
sh, with the requirement ofpt being situate In Osceola County Flor- sale, at the front door of tho Court IB-It Special Master. gathering of dairy scientists and P
In cash or deposit as In my NOTICE'' Is I her..bClv.n. House In Klsslmmee, Osoeola County
that pursuant dairy leaders assembled. It" h
ever
en seems best at the time ofnst ida.This the (th to Final Florid I will sell at outcry, for NOTICE! OF '
day of April. A. O. 1913. a Decree entered on the I -LB.
of bid. This the '
D. 1838. As Sheriff of Osoeola County Florida. Circuit Court of Osceola County Florida bldd..rl the following tract of land sit. NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant sufficient to .print the discussions
JOHN 8. CADKL In
17-lit In Chancery Docket No. 1187. In Klsslmmee. O.oeol.'nunt), to a Final Decree entered on the which will take place at the entire
cal Master In said
Cause. In Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City a Florid.lla: 11th day of April. A. D. ItSS. In the nine
,.. GARRETT Florida Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- Municipal Corporation Complainant; Lots 1 to 10 Inc. of Block 7 of Circuit Court of Osceola County, Flor days' ..es.lonl.Secretary .
r Complainant. 17-4t ty. In Chancery. Rill to Quiet Title vs. All parties. Interested In the tractof N. F. Baas Re Sub of Blk 1. 2. 6. Ida In Chancery Docket No. )101. In Wallace Is honorary president

J. D. Chunn Complainant vs. W. o. land hereinafter described. Respondents 6,7,8,1. 10,14aiiof Ross", Add. the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City a of the World' Dairy; Congress
r APPLICATION FOR \ PKkCT Wicks andMyrtle S. Wicks, Defend that' of O. P. GARRETT Municipal, Corporation. Complainant
Association which formed the
was by
HATIF1IKIM VNARTKR ants. Order of Publication. It ap- A. D. IttS. d'.rlt"h: ; tle'r: ur':1 19-lt Special Master. vs. All parties Interested In the tract ,
[HUNT TO TIIK CHARTER pearlnK by sworn Complaintthat ' sale at the front deor of the Court of land hereinafter deecrlbe.j'Rrspondeats ; 23 national associations of the United :

TOWN OK KIBSIMMKU! the .. ta.RW..t Wicks and House, In Klsslmmee, Osceola County, NOTICE OF AMO. that on the 7th day of May States dairy industry to conduct the

Myrtle a Wicks are cltlsens of State i Florida, I will aell at public .outcry, for A. D. ItSS, during the legal hours'of meeting and L. A. Rogers director "
other than the State of Florida, t... cash In hand, to the highest. and best NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant sala at the front door of the Court of the laboratories the
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Slate of New York, but that bidder, the following tract of land situate "' to a Final Decree entered on the House, In Klssimmee, Osceola County, research of
hereby given that the City :hllr address Is unknown, and that in Klsslmmee. Osceola County, nth day. of April. A. D. 1111. In the Florida I will sell at public outcry for dairy division, bureau of animal industry <

mere. of the City of. KI..lmfP of- they are over the age of twentyoneyears. I Florida, vis: Circuit Court of Osceola County, Flor cash in hand to the highest and best is chairman of the congress
: rdI"I These are therefore to command Lot 4 of Block 0 of R. II. P. ida, In Chancery Docket No. ISIS. In bidder, the following tract of land situate committee.
o session ton you. the said W. o. Wicks and Drought's Addition. the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City, a in Klsslmmee, Os"4C>la, County program
| the year of A. D. 1.IS. for Myrtle 8 Wicks, to be and appear to O. P. GARRETT Municipal Corporation Complainant, Florida, vis:
r local. act ratifying, approv- the said mil of Complaint on Monday t-Zt -Special Master. vs. All parties Interested In. th. tract LoU 1 to 10 inn of Block IS of Apply a few pinches of sodium
,lag and confirming the Char- the SOth) day of April. A. D. 1911 or of land hereinafter described Respondents N. F. Bass Re Sub. of Blocks 1. 2. flouride to the old sitting hen and she
bdments voted on by the cltl- Decree I"ro-Conf..o will be entered NOTICE OF SALE that on the 7th day of May, Ct 6, 7, S. t, 10. 14 15 of Ross Add. will 1 her'nests.
|he Town of Klsslmmee City not leave A mixture
against you by default. Done and ordered A. D. liSS. during the legal: hours of O. P. GARRETT
ctlon held In said City on the this the lit day of March. A. D. NOTICE Is hereby. given that pursuant sale, at the front door of the Court It-It Special Master. of"mereurial ointment and vaseline

'day of December, A...f.'wx.liCity. 111. J. L. OVER8TRKKT. to a Final Iecrse entered on the House, in Klsslmmee, Oscsola County touched on her body; is also effective.
the Charter of said Pledirer & Davis Clerk Circuit Court. tth day of April A. D. Itll. In the Florida, I will at public outcry, for NOTICE Or SELECTION
j and In and by the Solicitors for Complainant 11-St Circuit Court of Osceola County Flor- cash In hand, ::1\ highest and best

special ndmvnts bill as will recorded provide In that the (Copy of Official Seal): Ida In Chancery Docket No. HIS. In bidder, the following tract of land situate Notice Is hereby given that an election Decides on Best life Insuruce I
the suit of in
the Clerk of Circuit Court oflaty Town of Klsslmmee City a Klsslmmee Osceola County will be he4 In Special Tax School
of Osceola and State of In the County Judge's Court. Osceola Municipal Corporation. Complainant, Florida vim: District No. .. otherwise known aa the
Florida. vs. All parties Interested In the tractof Beg 1116' N. of SW Cor of Blk. H Klsslmmee
to the provisions of County In the matter of theestate School District on the list "Five I wa. refused life
pursuant years
.. 1'1" shall be taken and ac- of Henry W. Corl deceased Notice land hereinafter. described. Respondents Run N. 41Vs'. R 78': S 41U'. W. day of May, A. D. 192$. at the Wlllson ago
of Application for Discharge of that on the 7th day of May 7.' of W A. Patrick's Add. Building, to determine who shall serve insurance because of my heart; symp
the amendmente adoptedand
by said special so bill will Kiecutor; TO ALL WHOM IT MAY A. D. 111. during the legal hours of ll-Zt Special Master. as school trustees of said district for toms. Doctors aald it waa scaled

provide that all the prooecd- : (HNCKRM! : Notice Is hereby given by sale, at the front door of the Court the two years next after the election from a presane of gas that came
Ih reference to the adoption ofjter the undersigned. as executor of the estate House, In Klsalmraee, Osoeoia County. NOTICE OF BALK. and to fix the number of mills of dis from stomach but their medicinedid
amendments shall be and' of Henry. W. Corl, deceased that Florida, I will sell at public outcry for trict school tax to be levied and, collected my
dated, approved and confirmed on the 'lh day of June A. D. 1923 the cash In hand to the highest and best NOTICE Is hereby. given that pursuant annually for the said two years. not help me and I was getting
the 1Mb day of March. A. U. undersigned will present his final report bidder the following tract of land situate to a Final Decree entered on the The following persons are hereby worse all the time. Three years ago
."- to the Jutljcf of the above Court :In Klsslmmee. Osceola County llth day of April. A. D. Itll In the appointed to serve as Inspectors and my druggist recommended Mayr'
ILni3RT. and apply for his discharge as Executor Florida via: Circuit Court of Osceola County clerk at said election:
A. R. e)
II. M KATZ and the release of his bondsmen Lot 1 H of A. C. L. Ry of Block ida, In Chancery, Docket No. 1"101'-1 I H. N. Uratton. J. McPhatter B. O. I I Wonderful Remedy.; I took a courseof

(I. W PKRHONS. f 10111 further liability on the Executor. 1 of W A. Patrick's Add. the suit of Town of Ktsslmmee I 17y.I a Vans Agnew. Inspectors; S. L. Lup- it and believe it Is tho best life

Bond executed by them This the 2nd O. P. GARRETT Municipal Corporation Complainant I fer ,Jr.. clerk. I insurance anyone can buy. It; helpedmy
day of Aitrll. A. I). 1V23ALDBRT It-Jt Special Master.NOTICH va. All parties Interested in, the tractof Ky order Board of Public Instruction trouble at once." It la .simple
land Osceola ; a
MASTKHf MALE DIRKRNDORF. hereinafter described. Respondents County Florida, April 2.
As Executor of the estate of OF SALIC. that on the 7th day of May. I A. 1>. Itll. harmless preparation that removes .

ar and by virtue of a decree ofpure Henry W t'orl deceased.JOHNHTON A. D. 19ZS during the legalhours of ,Attest: H. M. KATZ, Chairman. the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal '
and sale rendered and prill UAIUUTT.t'oun.el NOTICE In hereby .given that pursuant sale, st the front door of the Court C. E. TOWELL, Co. Supt. and Sec. tract and allays the inflammation
to Final
fur Kxocutor a Decree entered on tho House, In Klsslmmee
17-10t Osceola It-Ct
July llth. 1IZS. by the lion. County
Ith day of April. A. 1) 1911 In the which causes practically all stomach
Florida I 1 will sell at public outcry, for
of Clr-
O. Andrews Judire the
urt la and for Osceola County NOTICE TO CRKDITOHH! Circuit, In Court of Oseenla County Florida cash In hand, to the highest and best "OT.Cillo liver and intestinal ailment., including I ;,
Chancery Docket No. In
11811. bidder the following tract of land situate appendicitis. One dose will
In Chancery In a certainIn con
the suit of of :
Town Klsslmmeu
said Court pendlnawherein I. Cart .f .be> (....,.. Jsi4are>. Osee.laC..sty Municipal Corporation Complainant City a in Klsslmmee Osceola County, NOTICE la hereby given that sealed vince or money refunded., J. Z. Bob .
tl.lon. Edwin n. Wilson and O State .. Florida. Florida via: bids will be received by the Hoard of
All
vs. parties Interested and
|moss .. Executors of the last land hereinafter described.In. the tractof Lot. *. 3. S 6 of Block A of County Commissioners of Osceola County erson, druggists evef'7Wben.It.tem.nt :

testament of Thomas Wilson. In re Estate of W. C. Bass Deceased ., ,that on the 7th day Respondents of May Robert Ba.dd.. up to ten A. M. Monday, May 7th. /! of the .
were complainants, and Ar- To all Creditor. Legatees Distributees A. D. Itll. during the legal hours of O. P. GARRETT 1913, for Installation of water systemon circulation, ownership etc., man.agement.
.Done."at Johnston Klsslm- and all Persons having Claims or It-It Special Master. the North aide of the Court House required by
sale, at the front door of the Court the Act of Congress of August 14. r
'attlo Company. Uus Noyea and U.mand.Caln.t said Estate: House, In Klsslmmee, Oscpola County square. ItlS. of The Klsslromee Valley Uasette. v
jn B. Potter>> were defendants, the You and each of you are hereby Florida, I will sell at public outcry, for NOTICE OF 8ALBU Specifications can be obtained from published' weekly, at Klsslmmee Flora
Juned will offer. for sale and sell notified and required to r the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
present ida
,
any cash In hand, to the highest and beet for April 1, ItlX. '
NOTICE Is
niftiest and beat bidder for cash.Ait claims and demands which :you or bidder the following tract of land situate hereby given that pursuant B. L. Overstroet.. Chairman. 1. That ths, names and addresses' of i
of th..COurl.U..ool" In either of you. may have against the ,In Klsslmmee, Osceola County to a Final Decree' entered 'on the Attest. J. L. Over.tr.,... Clerk It-It the publisher, editor managing editor
nth day of April A. D.
ItZS. In the
m... Florida between the legal estate of W. C. Bass deceased late of Florida vis: and business manager are:
of sale, on the fib day of May, Klsslmmee, Osceols County. Circuit Court of Osceola County. Flor '
Florida to
; Lou S 4 of Block 4 of a Fla. ida In Chancery Docket NOTICE or BPKCIAL LEGISLATIONNotice Publisher-Klaslmmee Valley Ga.
No. IStS. In
described real the undersigned Administrator .
he followlns osiltuate of said R. It. Co' Survey melts, a corporation sUssltnmee, Florida.
In Bald Osceola County, within two from the suit of Town of Klsslmmee Citya .
.t.t"l years the date a. P. GARRETT. ,
Is
Municipal Corporation Complainant hereby given that we will "
_s, to-wit: .
Editor
A. Klsslmmee .
T French.
fof Section eighteen (II). twenty s Dated'March 17th. A. D. 1SZ1.:' t-lt Special Master. vs. All parties Interested .in,- the tractof apply at the next session of the /Slate! Florida.Manealn. . ,

twenty-two (OS), twentyslarhtind 1 WALTER C. BASS Admr. land hereinafter described Respondents I Legislature, convening April. 1913. Editor W. B. Harriav KlsImmee .
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NOTICE OPSALK.. : .
thirty (SO) ; all of section 14t Klsslmmee. Florida. that c.rl'.h: : ; 7th day of May, for a law authorising the City of KIsslmraee Florida. i ,
-two ( 1) except the Northwest NOTICE In A. D. 1921. the legal hours of to Issue bonds, for the purposes Business Manager-E!, 0. Vans Agnew
hereby given that
pur- sale at the front door of Court I as mentioned In Section Itol
sr< of the Southeast quarter of NOTICE Or ADMINMTRATRIX FOR tuant to a Final Decree entered on the I OIh.co Klsslmmee,' Florida. :
House, In Kleslmmee General Statutes to
an not
amount exceeding
lection; and all of section thirty- 1th X, That the owners are: W. B., II ..n..
FINAL DIMCHAHUB day of April. A. D. 1123. In the
Florida, I will sell at public outcry for fifteen per cent of the assessed .
P(SO.-all being In Township IIR.n& Klsslmmee. Florida P. A. Vana Auew.
Circuit Court of Osceola County Flor- I
cash In hand to the highest and best value of all real and property Winter Park Florida.
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SI Bait I. the revr .f ('...ty Judge glace of i da. In Chancery Docket No. 1190 In 'er.onal
JOHN 8. CADEI bidder the following tract of land situate within the City 0 ... A L That tile known bondholders,
Florida. -... Coaafy.In the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City, a In of said law
Special Master In Chancery. Klaslmmee Osceola County, copy proposed. can be seen mortgagees and other security holders w
Municipal Corporation Complainant ,Florida vis: at the offices of .....1'.. Krlbbs 4 owning or 1 per cent or
the Rstate: of R. D Malloy deceased vs. All parties Interested In. the tract Lots 1. 6. 6. 8 t of Block 14 of Steed City Attorneys.A. more of total amount: f of 'bonds, mortragea -
ORDER Of PUBLICATION whom mfr! !: that on to all of land herelnafterdescrlbed.. Respondents N. F. :Pass Ho Sub of Blocks I. 2. B. OILBERT, or other aecurltles are Anne .
It concern the SSth that on the Tth day of May, 6. '. 7, S, f*, 10. 14 IS of Roes Add. 3. M. UANBELL Mayor Pro Tern. Palmer Fell. \Varrenton Vlrrlnla.
{Circuit Court for the Seventeenth day of May. A. D. 1,!). I shall" apply A. ). Ittl. during the legal hours of 0. P. GARRETT President Pro Tern of Cit y Council. E. O. YAIfB AONBW. .,
fetal Circuit of the State of Florida to the Honorable T. L. Comer Judah sale, at the front doer of the Court ...It Special Master. 11-" Secretary. K
kd for Osceola County. In <'han.O. of said Court aa Judge of Probate for house In Klsslmmee. Osceola County.
F. Krlbbs. Complainant. vs. my final discharge as Administratrix Florida. t.will sell at public outcry, for
li. Depler. et al.. Respondents of the. estate of B. D. Malloy, deceased, cash In to the highest: and best
closure. of Mort atre. Cancellationother and that at the same time I will present bidder the following tract of land situate .
Relief. Order of Publication. my final accounts as Adnvlnlstrai In Klsslmmee Oxceola County.
STATE OF FLORIDA TO': James trlx of said estate. and ask for their Florida, vis:: .
pier and Fannie R. epler, his ,approval. Lots 41 to 45 Inc. of Lesley's Ad- I
Lewlstown. Illinois; Frank Van I Dated March ISnd A. D. 111OUIDA dition. r--
n and Blanche Van Horn. his wife MALLOY McKKE. Q P. GARRETT, !
Ins, Michigan; Henry R. Edgar f I 18-8t Administratrix. t-lt Hpeclal Master

L his wife, Mrs Henry R. Edgar II I I
a married 211 BaKley Avenue L>e- Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned NOTICE Or BALK. Gooat
t. :Michigan: You are hereby com will apply to the Honorable C.
Sded to appear. In the above entltl- O. Andrews Judge of the 17th JUdlel.1Circuit. NOTICE I. hereby given that pursuant '
cause on the 7th day of May, A. l>. of Slate of Florida, on the list to a Final Decree entered on the Uniformly The Bell -
|. WITNESS' the Honorable C. II day of April. A. D. 1113. for Letters 1th day of April. A. 1>. 1923. In the
(rows as Judge of the above court Patent Incorporating Klsslmmee Ath- Circuit Court of Osceola County. Florida -
my name aa Clerk thereof, and the letic Association a corporation organised In Chancery Docket No. 1391 In ..r
J of said Court at Klaslmmeo. Oscof not for profit Thu general business the suit of Town of Klsslmmee. City a

County. Florida on this the 4th day to be transacted by said Association Municipal Corporation Complainant I
prll. A. I). 12) shall be to provide athletic fields vs. All parties Interested In. the tract
.cult Court J L. Overstreet.Seal and foster and encourage. outdoor athletics of land hereinafter described. Respondents w
) Clerk of Circuit (Court that on the Tth day of May
Osceola County Florida.V. PAT JOHNSTON. A. D. 1S1. durliiK; the li-ical hours of t

J. Steed K. I). KATZ.
Dsel for Complainant. 17-41 J. WADE TUCKER.A. Selling Citrus Fruits I :

.. T. FRENCH e.SANITARYDAIAYCO'S. ; f :
ICH Of SPECIAL LEGISLATION SAM L. LUPFBR JR. : ;
15-6t I
tlce If hereby given that I willy v
at the nest session of the Slat rt'
stature, convening In April. IBIS NOTICK OF APPLICATION if[ A business institution administered by business men, the f

the.. of passage'15.00 of to be a law obtained requiring by all a In the County Judge's Court. Oscenla American Fruit Growers Inc. is serving a fast increasing number .


les. fishing Florida In with the Lakes any other of Oac."l.ty. d".lo.In Estate a 3 of growers solely because of its efficient performance. f ':r:::
Minor
any other manner than by or : 0::7;::t. tl
Notice Is hereby given all whom
hook and line; declaring the to < s ,

ry rod.J season, ufo'-:.commercial: fish It son.may as concern Guardian that of I.Johnnie Mary U.Roberta Bron- MILK 5 ICE CREAMY i Its definite, 'c nservative charge per box for selling; its. ,exten- | ?'r


In ies prior the said to the lakes.use of n.qulrln".U any fishing of Rronson May A.a Allnori,will apply on to the the 16th Honorable des re 'Irive market representation ; its large corps of experts ; ita,na- I .'-: r

T. L,. Comer Judge of the CountJudge's r '
ment nt the for same commercial to the Sheriff purposes of 0.County to.- Court In Klsslmmee, In said tional advertising ;; Its exclusive method of trademarking each' ihdi- jj, ;w:

County at Ten O'clock A. M.. or aa
i fit' to be,obtained for Inspection from such and offl-a soon thereafter a. the matter can bheard vidual fruit--each are factors in its success ; but it has achieved ihy |
i
for' to sell
authority at private
and providing for the confiscation business to all its activities.
.destruction of all such fishing sale the undivided. one-sixth Intsrest applying recognized principles ; 7'i
Dment that be used In |the of Johnnie Roberta Bronaon. a Minor. ,1 '
may I Ij
In the following described real V :
lakes without such license, InBon estate rt ? M !

of said and proposed permit first act obtained.may be seen A In ,said All County of Fractional to-wit Southeast: .Quarter i d j After all, the business of marketing resolves itself into jetting \ :;.

office In the State Bank BuildEClsslromee (SI),SBW and Fractional of Section Section Thirty-three Thir ,_. for the grower his due share of the ultimate dollar.; Sentii :t:::

Florida.W.. J. STEED.: six ty-four(JI) ((14)South.In Range Township Twenty-nine Twenty- ATTENTION nient has its proper place in business.but it cannot be a substitute f i'for

ICH or IHERIFF'S .AIOO.lice (SI) Bast. FATHERS accomplishment. '',. ::
Also: All of Fractional Section ,

Is b.r..bh.n that under Three (1) and all of Section Four I .
virtue of a certain execution (U. .xcept"th. South half (8% ) .t -
1 sy the lOth day of February the Southwest quarter BWU > of -

Issued .out and under the seal of Township Twenty-seven (S7) south, Sanitary Dairy milk I. American; Fruit Growers: me.lFn
Circuit Court of Marlon County, Range Twenty-nine (1') Bast. '
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In that certain ca. wherein Which application will wbnbr:1n the milk for yjur; folk 10 ._
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poses and W. R. Pedrlok. aa eodolns the Petition for sale. said It will benefit baby. ,,. :r. ... ; ]. ': :: r' : : :
CrOUsTww ;your Orlando Folittla t
business aa the Ocala \,
gins works"; was. plaintiff. and Dated tWs 10t.h day of April. A. D. Your wtf ,and children \. r"4?' ? $ ." 1 , p.lrtw :
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toss' was defendant J' have I."- MART" D." will'like It and it will be \ ': ,\ ,\ ''n, 1'(1( \ tl .; :, :
BRONBON. tw ,
and will on Monday-tb''7th ,it L ,' : :. \ tl \ U' .
KRIBB4 STBKD.
Ouardl.n.8oUdtlH' .
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May.. 1SSS between the legal :" v..l
gpod'for'you.' t ". ,/ .- r ; .,
for Guardian : .
It-It
I ... offer for sale and ,.ell tot '.
'and best bidder for cash : J

lowlnr described.personal.propbwlt 1f0'iCA,, Hr.'sH>P P,..AlJB. oi':
. B" t, .
-pa.OUelc- t touHnf.'ear. ; OstApelliP.'tal. U'"deiOok' cone at AHIT 1DAu Y .", ,,_ D rpeDCULU. ;;,,.

Ko..4111(1. tse _..... act be aaldotOseeola the.Ctt,. Po.... S'will Mil the follow "
h acid f d.aeflbe4bo.( to-wlt: One Boar i t' .
Juega.nly .
r .aqpo.tIH hog weighing about 171 pounds, marked v9lj'/iman" '# r- .. _v.hMwrrvajm.l.! ,, --M' awsMrar.aM; ... !Lt IIt"'liI', ..! 'Wr ;R.li

sfrd} .' J L' )LrFXI1N1a1ltiFj swallow.f.rk in' D\t.rMiE ,p. L ; .t"f" '...."..- ...{.,-...,1 .." , L" .-t, ''." .. L' .. .'" ,.." )' '.N "' '' 'I ,11' :...
li t t" .. : .. ... : ,'r 1" 1' J. .
County. Florida. .t ':< -C. H. & Ji ,, 10.) n' "" '" '" .1J11 11.J'1: In .111.1' I .
obtT' eb.J .rlt ',.Chief of PolUe." City et Klsslmmee. a .
Campbell. Ocpatjr, vl I' 1lt.. lit ', ." .. ._._ I .7r' '
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VALLEY GAZETTE. 'F ID..U. APRIL 20. .123 -
t t EIGHT _.'\. KISSIMMEE . .. ,

i -Donald---Cooper, all o( them Kissimmee ,,,I Ir

F.. : little folk, and Eugene'Meredith,
jlN SOCIETY'S REALM"
] Orlando.Robert and Gwendolyn Sutterneld, of' ,.

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,,; BRIDGE CLUB WITH I AROUND TOWN, I IA .
. : MRS' GARRETT .
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; i i -vOMrs.
; The home of Mrs. Geo. P. Garret t Celeste J. Frfpp
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";"\ was the scene of a pretty party when '
she! eatertained ,the members of the Friday evening, April 13, the rcgular j
: Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club, monthly evening nocial of the
and a few other friends, ut bridge. Woman's Christian Temperance UnIon
Quantities of bougHnvilla wero. utll'd I was held at the Chapter )House,
to carry out the color scheme of purple with Mrs, :M. V. Boyer, president. 1 Dr.V. .
and after playing several interesting . \ II. )Drench gave an address on lht
rubbers, Mrs. II. 8. Geigor was "Schools of Tomorrow," stressing thimn "
'.. found to make the highest score, M r". '.ediatc needs of Kiaiimnwe as to ,
II. C. Piano, the lowe!!!' for the cluli"members enlarged school facilities. :Mrs. Flipp ,
: and :Mrs. Fnnny Powell followed on the same subjVct, but
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, cored highest among1 the guest*. A dealing with the Schools/ of Tmnorrwirom \
ti"" delicious salad und ice courne was another standpoint, tmjr!
.[ 0 the author of ".Sohoo's; '! ...
'. served. Those enjoying hiip1'1"Ity I from John Dewey,
:,' of this I.'hurminJ( hostess, were, of Tomorrow," who for years was t
L besides the dub members, :MexdamcH 1''iI1l'ipllI! of model Hihool in Chicago
V" L. O. Garrett, of New York; Funny later teacher at Columbia Univerj j 1--
\, Powell of Missouri; Monte TiHK off Mty, and now in Europe making "urvey '
Eartow and Leo Wilson.C"l of educational methods ami! con I
-- ditions. Both John Dewey ana vanDyke .
: '. .
. MRS. BRONSON stress for Schools of Tomorrow
"" I ENTERTAINS CLASS the training ;manual work ai well
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,., Mrs. Mary U. Bronson entertained I as' the mindln technique. The Horace H' .
" ,;, her Sunday school class of tho First Mann School of New York, Francis V's

;\' I Methodist (church and a number offriends W. I'arkcr School of Chicago Gary . .
-. last Fiiday afternoon with afcwimming School of Indiana-yes, and Florida'sMontevcrde . t f.' I.to'
party and picnic supper at School cited theprogressive . 1: fI. ;'
were in : '..- t ...(-S
k Pleasure Beach at Lake Con ( .
way.
Ii" line. . I .. ... r. to. ; .l' ...
.f Those who \verc present on the enjoyable The W. C. T. U.e't, >r aggressive 1', _, I I..t.
i'.., f occasion were: :Mr. and :Mrs. yet duly ....conservative continues to . ....
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Barnes Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Walter preference for two ward .f'M. I
..... and express TfieNewMCCALL
L. Marter, and t'hiJdren1 Charles OJ
schools. :Much is said as to value of
:, 'i' Betty; Mr. and Mrs. Lei mi re and Mr. talking long) distances, hut one \ 1
" 1 \ and Mrs. Ghiotto, of Orlando; :Mrs. J.
i''mother ..aid! : "Yes, through quiet
W. Trammel!, :Misses Gladys; Griffin.Wilhelmina .
''U\'I nUt." or nhady lanes, but in these
Williams, I.oicttii SnodiKrais I thereincontinui PATTERN ;
I day" of speeding automobiles
Catheiine Tiller. I IEstelle
;' Sarah Bell, ,
,. us IKS-S of energy to the child!
and! .
Pirs-oiiK, Viigmia Smith ..
it In school its
on w \ in applying
i:
i. Johnnie Broiison, and :Messrs. t I"t-: j i Hlei'Iin"""* 'to watch out,' to say -
run Story, JimpMin 1 Roberts, Klliotl]. j i of tinanxious mother at "ifs ;
Gilbert, Donald Mixon, Egbert. Gilbort ; injr At tlie rlose of the informal noth'l printed"In ,

(l and Cailjle Hronson.MRS. /Hiimi' punch ami wafers were I

t COBLE ENTERTAINS l Jy :MeMlamc. Kat7, Turner, mid :Ma- II'
Mrs. Walter Coble ilumnmnhostess Kinsuii.By
1\its a /! ,
'. when she enteitamed at her iiiitains the ill\\nv the, the pretty HOULere, fr< ..h net t announcing: the opening of our new McCall Pattern Department, we feel 1
i' Chapter
home on Cl 1\011' nxenue. two tallies of |
, I bridge; <>n Thursday.. afteinoon. Pink I lecently donated by the W. C. T U,, that we are offering a wonderful new pattern service. :
,!" and white was the color schemecar As to the triangle lot for the pui
ned ogt in the decoiations for the ta chase of which the Union ii strixmg, .
All of are familiar with the old tissue with its
ble. A crjstnl ln!'Vit u-'th pink sweet continues nn unabated inteiest. Mesdames you style paper pattern, puzzling ,

peas, surrounded bv hud \aies holding Farmer. O'Bannon and I 1..a1 tll. perforations requiring translation, all of which is done away with in the I
of those faithful the 1'1,1"!
are
Radiance rose hwl<. made an at- e\er in
tract \'e center piece. After several lection of funds for payment: New Mc 611 Pattern-"it's printed." On each piece of each pattern are I'

spirited games. of bridge, it was Child Welfare clearly printed full detailed instructions.
found that Mr*. II. 'S.1 Geiger 'made I
Veipleasant was the meeting at
highest score, and was awarded a bottle
of E'sprit Ammon perfume Mrs. the inff Chapter in behalf House of child Wt.dnt'sday'en.welfare. Mrs-. We believe the New Printed Pattern will prove the biggest boon to women
t Harry Dale scored next and was 'I
awarded a bottle of E'sprit Amrnon G. W. Best had charge of the meeting since tHe invention of the sewing machine.

toilet water, and Miss Mayme Pilley ; and great expectations weic entertamed -

,' was Ammon consoled sachet with powder.a bottle Those of )E'spnt enjoying Laura Jean as Ried to the state coming director of Mrs.or Women who from experience have learned to use the perplexing old style

'. this pretty party were: Mesilames child welfare. Automobile trouble, pattern, will appreciate the simplicity and accuracy of the New McCall Patternhit's
however delayed Mrs. Ried's arrival
Harry Dale, Holmes )1'rather, Carson "
'., until after the meeting.Dr. printed.
Farmer Hugh Geiger, Edgar Katz, .
Cushiuan-Grig, of Spirit:
Roy Starbird and MiMslay'm..l'iIIl': "

Cloud,, gave a very interesting:; talk The many thousands of women who have never learned to will
" BIRTHDAY PARTY I'and Mrs. Adams, Red Cross nurse for use patterns

> > Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Phillips ent-r- : Saint Cloud, toH of her work, 10 the be able to practice wonderful economy with the aid of the simplified New
, ',; '. tained a large number of their young! evening passed l very pleasantly.: ". McCall Pattern "
friends last Friday afternoon at their I Grace Liggct of Saint Cloud, was also "it's printed.

J' home 603 Emmett street, in! honor of present. By request, our own Mixs --" ,
}. the birthday of their daughter, Eu Smith recited one or two incidents of You are cordially invited ,
n'" nice. The occasion was the seventh her work. to visit the New McCall Pattern Department. ;
: Anniversary for the little miss and Punch was served by :Mrs. Risers

, about thirty-five little folks enjoyed I If and her committee.Methodist L."Y'x..ES: 'V'". STC> CC ;
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: themselves with outdoor games, : ---- .
: songs recitations and other things : Mimtinnary Society
t- dear to the hearts of childien. Ice I Verv plefleant was the social meeting DRY GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS, CLOTHING i
held! at the Bungalow last Mon
(cream, cakes candies and cold drinks I
'ti; were by far not the least of their en day afternoon with Mrs. W. C. Nor. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
joyment. ton as leader of the pro r8m. There
Mesdames. ID. G. SutterfieM and was a full attendance and much mirth
Inez Meredith,' of Orlando, and Miss and pleasure> was combined with mis. .
Edith Miller assisted the? little girl's sionary facts. Hostesses: of Refreshments
parents ,In entertaining their guests. were Mesdames C. W Griffin,
Among those who enjoyed the birth J. McPhatter, and Gilbert.:, t I'-I'n ,,.

., day party were: Dorothea Belle Katz, '-- --,- -
DeRheta Jaconetta :MASONIC! : SCHOOL NEXT"WEEK -- ----1
Alderman Ault- 1 '
titles them to a place on the honor
ANOTHER BIG HONOR caret Peterson. Mae Lang. Leslie
and Aileen '
man. Patsy Johnston IN OKI..\M>0 roll. The roll, issued l ) Professor
as by
1 Ruth and Elizabeth Deyoreo, Betsy ROLL FOR THE MONTH Joiner Estel Hirtiel.; Mildred Carr, Club Notes 1I'
, I D. B. Shaver, yesterday, follows: Benita Cooper, Elizabeth .
May, Elaine Brown, Adelaide Wages, Orlando No. Balls"Sad'' I'I'Woman's
.. Lodge First Grade; : Ben Whalcy, Reese Alvey, Inez Dawson, Lottie BoJkt HUB, PAUI
: Agnes Richardson Mabel McLoughlin ., will hold nchool of insti' I BTANLBT
a urtion Continue Inspire
High ClasH School Tn
/ Johnston. Freddie Lorenze, ) right, I.oi. Jordan, Club Reporter.
Emory'Rronson Gladys Rlfrhtmlrc
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Louise Bass Edna Floyd, Martha next ,
Tuesday and
Walter .
Wednesday Class The
High Work
On .
Richard Croxton Bertie UJ4it> Mae ;Stalling Beatrice !
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''i';; Brownie May and Carter Betty,Newby Iris Allen Virginia JoBerta and Grand S'olt'of Ixwlge Sebring committee, member on u'Woik the, Part of-Their- Pupil 1M |Padgett Robert l-ee Joiner Jean Eng Paul Milar, Bill O'Bryan) John" YolSer.Right.. ?'Th. fine arts meeting will be lIeN''

: Gallagher, Eunice! Phillips, FlorineDaniels will be the instructor of the I<,'huol.A The seventh month of the Kissimmee ''I"nd. Thalas Shipman. James Rogeiii, mire. at the Chapter House on. Tuesdi,!
Rosalie Carr, Katherine number of Osceula Masons .Clay StcflVe, Wilbert Nolan. Martha Fifth Grade: Alice Basa, Phyllis April 24. This will be the last mart
county schoola again t.hows a IUIKC: percentage I''Mae Glazener Anna Bell Ama, Mar- England, Alta Ruth
t:.. Smith, Robert and Frederick Gilbert, arc planning to take advantage' of of the pupils attaining standards Overstrvet, Harry in* of the club fiacal year, and it ill
Igaret MtiineK Fleda Sessions :Merle Bert I)all'. William
Lang. Harold
Jiillie hoped that
M' Tyree Benjamin Miller, MelVitlf this oppoit unity to become more of attendance a large number will fcpresent.
ucholarbhip, deportment
1 Hansull. Catherine ElizabethMuller Webber.) Robert Mach .
O'Brynn
:-. Porter, Benjamin Cooper and proficient in Masonic work. and promptnesshuh en- Raymond .
I'atsy Johnston Brownie Schweikart Billy Smith -
," Lloyd Bass. The civic department, with Mn,
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-- Caitcr, lI"by1: a)', Margant Ricltuidson Clifford Fertic, Percy Myers, Oliver Roy Starbird as chairman will giv i
Avulve Aunt Blanche Cot- Carton Burton ,
[ in Holcomb. Joseph Jef- cafeteria dinner
:; } lIIlllllllllllIlllIllllllIIlillJlI III 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111II ,. tcr, Linille Iurran e, I,('0 nil Hansel), fords, James Earl Lupfer.John Phay Commerce Saturday at morning'the Chamber, and "I
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII :MaiKuriite Johns, Kunire King Gertiude Albert Rogers, Russell Swain, Marvin following delicious menu wiu be thai
.\ = Miller) Evelyn Newsom Marthu Watson, Virginia Barber, Bertha ed: Ham, potato salad baked beam
== G. O'Bannon. ,Hare) Smith, n..t..rtI Miller.
I
= 1 hot rolls
pickles, pie iced tea
vcoffee.
,. = == Allen, Onlin Bass, Howard Bass, Riley Sixth Grade: Thelma Davis. Edna '
;rJ == == I Bus*. Stanford Buckholder, Carl Jordan. Betty Snyder, Elizabeth Stf- j jA
i = == I Bower Elmo' Duggar Wilbur Johns, fee, Eva Tindall Jewell MiUer. Delia large ''contingent of Kisslmnw
= Madison Martin Isaac Rightmire, Fleming, I, Verte Bass, Wood fin Burroughs club women motored over to St. Cloo/
Loy Bell, Azalea Winfry FlorinoDaniels Edward Champagne Bruce Wednesday afternoon to attend i
. Rcnjamin: Cooper Benjamin Denman Marshall !Miller Ethel Jones, meeting of St. Cloud's Women's CW
'V'' == Imoine, Rodney Sharpe, John Kelly Margaret Yates. in its new building. The Kisslmnw i
ALL THE WAY THROUGH LIFE Robertu Cecil Shipmun, Merle Stein- Seventh Grade: Edith Baas Wil women were most heartily welcomewith
The Bank With = baugh Virginia Hall Louise Basi, helmina Carson. Jessie Jordan Cassie an address by Mrs. L. U. Zin>
.if, = Mabel McLaughlin, Dorothea Belle Partin Ruth Straub Caroline merman on behalf of the St. CloaI:'
the == Katz Eunice Phillips, Iris Allen, Adelaide Stewart, Josephine Griffin, Bonnie club, and responses were made f
The saving habit acquired early in life is Wages, Elaine Drown,,\Glenn Simmons, Donald Walker, Franklin Kismmmee by Mesdames Anltmsi
v- ===:I Harris Martha Bass. / Edwards.: Bennett O'Bannon, Dick Fripp and Duncan. A most pleasftv

'. V Ability a saving habit Second Grade: Kathryn Smith Stanle>', Hazel Hirtzel. Virginia Wil program was rendered consisting'!: */
r === Floris Sinqueneld Fleda Milar Beat liams. vocal and instrumental music and V
t and Teach the children to save their pennies. rice Luesing Hazel Hall, Verna Durranee )Eighth Grade: Frances Bailey, Mar Instructive and interesting Ulk-.
> Dolly Cooper, Hildegrade Chap ion Graves, Edwin Barnes. New Zealand, by Mrs. Aah a wint
: .I Willingness It is a valuable resource in old man. Virginia Carter, Floanna Burrows Ninth Grade: Catherine Denning I visitor of St. Cloud, who had spe*
g age. It is Donald Phillips, Raymond Ruth Herzberg. Geneva Miller, Ina a number of :years in New Zealand
. to ServeDEPOSITS Sharp, Edwin Grouse James Parker Phay Irene Spence.Tnth A delicious salad course was servd
l never too late to begin to == Betty Newby, Margaret Merrill Hilda Grade: Mary Louise Snod- and the Kissimmee contingent Jet.I
Hansell, Edna J ; 'Winifred Brooks, Lcroy Durham Hubert I Eleventh Grade: Theta Phay, Denu with their aister town club women,;
I INSURfD SAVE YOUR EARNINGS : Keene, Harry Watson, Thos.Rightmire Snodirrass, Mary Stanley. Those composing the party wen:
Lolen McCullough. Ellen Twelfth Grade: Lewis Campbell, Mesdames Aultman, Roberson, Frij!
Geiger Katherine Butler, H. A. Hess Arthur Simpson, Ettamay Suhl, F. S. Makinson Modie. Wemple, Park*.
Begin now and it will surprise you how == Melville Porter. I.edbetter. Alice Parker, Turner, Sirfer, ut

Third Grade: Eula Simmons, Myrtle Stanley. |
rapidly your Bank Account will grow. Fortner Lois Daniel, Cecil Alvey, L O. O. }'. MEMORIAL ...

Clifton Allen., James Chitwood, Martin SERVICES APRIL 29 MEN'S BIBLE CLASS i

Remember you can do it with our aid. Chit wood, Ted Illrtiel. George All Odl/ Fellows and Rebekahs in ELECTED OFFICERS
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StefTce, Emory Tyner, James Wages, the vicinity of KUsimmee and invited
I Leroy Burrows, Leander Smith, Harry to attend the I. O. O. F, Memorial The Men's Bible Class at the Fir
"". WE SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT. == Keener Sallie Barber, Elizabeth services at the First Baptist church Methodist church last Sunday reorganixed
j'.,, = Deyoreo, Virginia Hannah Helen Sunday and elected officers. Than
morning
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April 29. Th
= Hansel). Jocie I awrence, Bernice McFarland is the occasion chosen were, M. M., Miller. president:
anniversary of the
Hemming Brooks, Perry founding of the Order 104 ,J. MePhatter'Ieepre.lent; R. t
Davis, Manuel Galfigher, Cecil John- Rt>v. J. A. Button will. years ago. Peterson secretary: : and, treasurer
preach the
son.Floyd McCullough Claud Tyndall, mon ser and I. L. Msroney. teacher., *.,
Morris Lee Yowell, DeRheta Alder Odd Fellows and Sunday's'attendance' at'the Sondw
Rebekhaa
man Edna Barclay Jessie Mae Grif are requested school was, ofnf
to assemble .excellent ) erery
Bank k of i fin, Martha Mae Newby, Margaret Hall ut 10:30: .. m. at Fraternity and teacher but 'one J being pr**
Oscepla County Pope, Thelma Yates, Alrena Vlates, The anendance.waa: 226 and the

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Fourth Grade doU.ra -
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\ ta? IIl&lIz.Frances' May Pearl Smith- 516 I have. mTe Brack street to 121 Main
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-! Richardson Thelma 'D09 ;:
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.. 1 14 'Donafd-BrownAllennavla, blocks tar be 11'
$2.96.
Bill Jlndall, Jack Jad Spljt$ for, store-wood, Inponndad. r Supply1;,;of'. license
guaranteed,:fulj strand: IK-faich for .have 'been
i Matthew Davis just receiTed
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