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: May 11, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01115
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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DRIVE WENTfVEtf.WTJEASE ,TO THE!, BABY; CLINIC: CHAMBER" BOOSTS FOR-- O6UNnW1EL}( 'GETCOOffADVEBTISING 'FORMED AT ST CLOUD CHAMBER, COMMERCE

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1' { / *$ Saint, < Cloud. 'Clinic* "Saturday! And, THE ; BULKHEAD BILL *, ContynAgent. ,:Leo,.II., rWilson 1 Start, :uJASES1I1EIUCK$ : .

! .L ;Monday. And Campbell'. Station . .Important Organization- Eight I ,

)' immee'B: Share.Of; r-Thls ZrhWiaii7.1oi2ed And: KemansTille the Next baby Week clinic at Wfr Acree to Support,Th Contracts ',For' ;Special\ ,Ad ,,:,,bcl:: ; '....Jnth.J ...: Gracie."--.1'Witla.,',20 1.801-, -! Or Else-It Knew Who Could "

11< COunt '8" Quota' Pledged the Chapter ,House last Saturday. :Bill To Let Us Do What We In Osceola,Section Of !The.Saint a\5scen> CI?,uc1.Jllch'l8chool"which augured presented ex; Be Depended Upon To Do

1 And Most All Paid In (I Store disappointed mother dared Vote To Do With'$30,000 -'I The:Tampa Tribune ceedingly "well' )for the .future Tues The, Job'At' Hand '
not risk the little ones in the inclement daY''when 'Boy'Citrus Club" wa* .

In these day when raising money weather and very valuable' Information -, That b.feare two side to question .John McWhorter. development editor formed' from1'the 'membership ''of'th Ant the latter explanation sound ..

for public enterprise la a difficult waa thereby as missed.to the care A few of mothers iniant ,was demonstrated at. the Chamber of the'Tampa 'Tribune .appeared,. eighth And' ninth grade,>. The'ielub UI.-b* t.hiid' ws* .probably! true.
XinderUking it is gratifying to see a did and beautifuland of Commerce meeting, on Wed before the county commissioner at leone -theactivities of, the Extension -Carson Farmer was in the'thlt! at
,drive go over with comparative ease. come some very nesdaynoon when the matter: of the their- May-meeting'-Monday Division of the. Florida Agricul Wednesday'* Chamber.o"CcNtImeree
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;..This-w the case with the campaign the healthy local babies were and examined Miss Ruth by ?"bulkhead bill" was explained. ".At morning and told them what he was tural'College,', and was. formed by meeting the new officers which were
lor Boy Scout.funds which has,just Mcttinger) physicians state child welfare any rate after th*' explanation it doing in this neck of the woods. lie County Agent Leo. ...Wilson-with: the elected a week ago now being the'constituted
been under way in.Kiaslmmee. i Accurately tfe' kiddie expert. looked M if there had been two..side* exhibited the fin. Lake county editionof co-operation of II. C.'Harrell-Smith- authorities. .* And th.r-were
speaking it was ; not really Two of, but little cam. near being to the qUo tloD.I',although one side hill paper"'and explained that I ihe Uctghe agricultural teacher of ''theSaint some more of tho* apple dumplings
drlve;, because it came ...Uy.'.,Tbe perfect ill later,. 'life1 0 minor become defect serious which which had been rather prominent before wouldbe here for several weeks, getting 'Cloud High School. served at the luncheon..which made
'.Troop Committee I. competed of men might the; bill wa unders.toal "jes material for a similar section for Till the Close of the school tho-club everyoneowho'' ,there<'w4shAthe I
Who are extremely busy and 'th. mem. the wen children discovered and the parents of nscherly. faded aw* '." Osceola county. lie also suggestedthat will devote two eriodll' a week; of one, whorf weren't .,there knew*tow \ |
(bers thereof could not flnd time to were Instructed as to Someone ROt, the idea that 'some along with the several pages of en1 hour mr.d a half each'to the'study much they were missing by n .DII'
what Jnot, *
to do for them to correct tho ,
get out and olicit. There waa an oc- defeetf. body was trying to "slip one over" on reading matter which he would produce -} of' citrus Insects. Half ''the time of there. But, to get back to th.--.u)
-cailonal request made but '.moat of Some people, have the idea that. the unsuspecting and trusting public, that the county should take a these periods wi1be\ 'spent In the ject of the meeting: '
the fund was raised simply through baby their a with the result in the language of two-page advertisement, setting forth class room and the other half in,the Secretary Burrow read'a' letter
take
letting people know it was wanted. children cliniIkplaee if to lck.That' W. J. Steed, that "the Western Union the allurements of Osceola county. field studying the effect and opera.tion from'the go-getting Karl Lehman-4, of
,The Gazette published three or four they are dangerously did a good business and 'Uncle Steve' Carson- Farmer, and U. J. Burrows, of citrus insects- at close range, the i Orange County ,Beantincat'on'
all ,
it,
is
right but
requests and rave' the list of contrib Important 'to take too.them there more when was bombarded" adding to the discomfort president and secretary, respectively A special bulletin has been issued by Commission vraicn.h) stated r that
utors. Practically ninety per' cent they dangerously well. How of that unhappy gentleman' of the Chamber of Commerce endorsed the experiment station which will be Orange county contemplated plant.ngr
was voluntarily sent in through this that are bet When the little can lot.almce he most "lead off" on thvoting. the idea Mr. Farmer stating that used as a text book for the course the a thousand tree.along its highways
Easily
publicity.. This, of, course, refers -to fellow Ii 'Well you-think'he's. perfect In the House; with conflicting. the chamber would probably take an boys will study. this year, in addition to vines\ &DeSshrubbt'ry.
the city'* share of the county's regular in' of urges bulging his pockets. advertisement also. C. F.',Johnson of Latcr on the insect study will be ..H. intimated in the letter
quota. The additional money course.speaking But the n big physical opportunity eense afforded The fact of the matter as explain. the Saint Cloud Tribune, and Allison Supplanted with other vital 'polntl ofcitniculture. that ho'd -be""lad'to-'ItDow'whatOsceola ...1- -
.which was needed to outfit the lical by such clinics lies in ''being ed by City Attorney Steed at the T. French of the Kissimmee Valley'' The club will .take- up county w"*" olnC'J.to do .alono;
'troop was entirely contributed by the able to And the defects which do chamber meeting in that the city Gazette both boosted for the action investigation of diseases,. pro or.. that line. The nubject..baa been rfts-
Business and Professional Women's not know exist. you be commissioners are in a quandry aa to requested by Mr. McWhorter stating tion, and fertilization. Mr. Wilson cuased before but. hadnt. gotten,,very
,Club raised through their Purple Cat minor that couldn't They tell may them.so to what II the best procedure in the it to be their belief that no better advertising stressed the Importance of'the titru far out of tie discussion stag A
Cabaret, in addition to about twenty save life.you But their correction matter of the bulkhoading at the lakefront medium waa available than industry to Florida and the necessity D\Otlon.w. mad and quickly passed
dollars contributed to the regular might your ave the life of the child in The city property is almost th county section of the Tampa Tribune for the coming grove owners of the along with the aforementioned tmek.-
fund by the club as a whole and by year to come. Even if it l iant as filled in, and .on account of necessary which Mr. McWhorter is pre. state to have a thorough understand that beautification of the 'higa-
individual members. serious that the information which red tape and 1 probable necessity paring The commissioners ordereda ing of the many problem which confront ) way be referred the' Basin***'and
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Osceola county' quota of the district will will be valuable on-the of purchase of additional lands withno two page advertisement! thereby the grower. More-and more at. Professional Women' X9ub -wills'the
budget was $400. of which Kls- you positive aide.get Better babies i fund. to make the purchase, the setting the machinery in motion to tension U being paid to the fine point .that that. orsaaication.tak: Uk.
and Saint a national puzzled commissioners whit before of the game with increasing. profit. towaniI .
Immeo assumed $2 O need for that better are some lay some forty thousand people step beautifying the Highway
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Cloud $15O. An additional $100 was folks. And clinics mean "up a stump in the language of the the inducements the county has Leslie Wigginton wa elected president *. And that' the reason'forth*
needed: for the local troop expenses'' Miss grown is such: as poets. They do not want to throwaway to offer. of the club, Tube Bass 'vice- above headline.
in outfitting1 the base ball team and the Mettlnger conducting all are giving the- tho remaining $30,000 of the Another good move by the commissioners president, and Richard Atwood, secretary 1 Mr. Steed reported upon the Intro- .
opportunity
other activities. Since the drive to the kiddies over the best fund and at present they do not eee was the decision to match the The member who enrolled. duetion of the fishing bill and the j
give
started the University of Florida has country possible start in. life. what to do with it, under existing offer of the Florida East Coast Railway at the initial meeting were: Oaca* bulkhead bill both of which ar.dis- i |
announced a course for scoutmasters The Saint Cloud clinic for white clrcumntanceii', without throwing it to send an. Osceola county boy Tyson, Irvin Flint, James Thurber, cussed in other column of thU'iaiue
at Gainesville and there Is a great babies will be held Saturday from 10 away. Their business judgment tells to the short course at the University Juno Garner Fred Riggin/ Gordon I of The Gazette. Considerable, oppositton --
deal of interest manifested in raising to 12 and from 1 to 3. On Monday them further expenditures until remedial of Florida next June. Tho selection! Atchison Ford Dull. Harry MeNu! had developed to the Utter bill.
tnough additional funds to pay the .afternoon from 2 to 4 the coloicd ba- action can be taken would of the boys to go from Osceola county -' len, Preston Johnson, FredericV most of which, if not all-wasdae t*
expenses of the scoutmaster of tho blt'e come. Campbell's Station will not be sound. They have been wrest. was left to County Agent Leo II. Krause, Alfred Campbell Howard a misunderstanding of the purpose of
Kiislmmee troop at that school. I have a colored clinic Thursday afternoon ling with the problem for some time Wilson. The railroad sends one, the Kcssinger Edward Thomas, Charley the bill. Mr. Steed explained it in
Scout experts from all over the world from 2 to 4. White chUdren at but have not arrived at a conclusion' state one, and now that the county has Thomas, Clarence !Nourse and Frank full and declared himself a* absolute
will be there and the course could not IKenansvill* will be examined Thurs- satisfactory to their aforementioned I followed suit three boys from Osce Anon sherg. ly neutral in the matter, he hav.
help reacting to the good of the community I'day and colored, Friday.LEGIOrfWAlrYLAKE. business Judgm nt. It may be that I ola will have the'' opportunity, to take Mr. Wilson hopes to organize a ing acted upon the orders of the'com-
in case the scoutmaster at the majority of tho freeholders of the course which should mean muchto similar dub In Kisginimec soon. mission in introducingi it, and that It
tends. Those people therefore, who the city would have suggestions aa them individually and to the county was now "up to> the voters." Commissioner .
intended subscribing' (:. to the scout to the best place-to spend the money.In MISS SAWYER HEADS Howard Katz spoke along
fund but have not done so, as yet, sixty days from now they expectto Oliver Bass, cattle inspector at I the same lines setting forth that'the
may send in their checks for this additional I I'Names' know more definitely how much: Kcnaim-illc\ reported that he had been commissioners had decided to take
purpose if they desire and FRONT CLUB-HOUSE per cubic yard it \\oulcl cost to do out of luck in getting the stockmen BUSINESS WOMENFive this method of providing machinery
the ccmm'ttee will appreciate their ouch of the iHilkhoadiinr! portions of of his vicinity to make returns on whereby the voters could say who her -
notion. The boys are making good the ultimstH! drcnm. I'.ut Ir th.y fln-t I j I cattle butchered and shipped and asked the bulkheadim should'be done or
und will continue to do BO.Tho ,' Comrnittee To Present that thci cost will be proluljitivti they j I, instructions from the rommissionii New Applications Arc the money divert*! to atr-N f."Ji
money for the district quo'a ion't, wnii' to thtovv I the money awjy.TJmir The commissioners told hiii. the ; He and Mr. Steed both disclaimed any J*
in due now end while the major'ty of Plans For Club House hiunN nr tiorf. liowevi51 the Irtw dhojlil b(. rigidly enforced and i I i Received For Membership intention or desire t>> nn.h t ul .1!
tim! money pledtrcd! has been paid in, I I I To Be Credit To City noney was appropriated and nuthor- l'lj.S.t! a memorial to the county pros- In Live but wanted tin expression' from 'thevoter'as
[01 e h- B ntt. Those who made plodira : Ixed; only for bulkJwa !nR'. A, Cf60inny i rutgc.: ft'kin r.hjni to; call cttcnticn; of ;! Organization : to what they ,thought abut >
4 )lut have not yet paid them are Fuji! finite plnnri f jr U dub Jiouso oC : IJ"C 'P1c'ould r.theiro4 I It all Hto.-k.non that" this law mean -it, James M. Johraton npok.-in favoc -,>
their checks spent o.i lret paving but that IOUIJ! hut it i I MIIH Helen Snwyer of tie Wen- of the bi'l. end M.'Willson. who had
vmiectcd to send toO roiue sort wore cryslnllze 1 ot Tuesday -I \\ :said! and that from the pros- II J ,
< >utinUi U on 1-.< 'l.j night's meeting of Wil'lam T. :
: : : .: __ 1 I luiOHidcnt of the HuniiT
FIVE MILL'SCHOOLTAX I,.MaUInnon make when a Port it strenuous: vas of the definitely( effort Am"-rinn to drcideJto build I.egion -WANT/ J. Ml DUNCAN i iI FIRST PHONOGRAPHS 'j held year,Jut at Won its, an'regular Club'right.meeting for tho Mrs.for er.sVn'Lillian Mav. FISH GILL FOR THE

Tuesday

ENDORSED j I I a front.club bouse A number somewhere of different on. the sug-lake I FOR COMMISSIONER MADE BY' LOCAL MAN dent\Deyoreo Miss wan Pcrcia' chosen Oliver" as"vic2-prcai-letardirt'Becrctury COUNTYINTRODUCED' ::4

i coistions' { have been under conldera
Miss Violet! Uullock ,aa co-- .
a 'lion for some time, among thnbe -- j. (

Chamber of Commerce Goes Inlt) a down vi town i buIlding ,a com-. County"i.Commissioners And Local \iMade..' "Excclatpne"Has !responding 1Ju'kels;: tTelSUrerI.I'!:,secretary taudiJllissiLucy",;'', 7'17'"" ",..", ", ; Conservation pleasure: For

: unity house w \th other organizations Chamber of Commerce Tho club, which has been meting ,
On Record As Favoring and one near: the water's ege Go Unusual Features and Osceola County Asset la
at the Newby Inn until! the r -c"n.trnnhf..r
Increased Millage which could l he utilized fo- ca'iooyaCht On Record For urnilillsboougheounty. I Attractive Sale Price i' of that propeily, met nt the Passed By The House
clubs. The last
or fishing -- I rooms of the Chamber of Commec"wht.re --
Convinced that more money must named was the nioft popular of the.1 Hum lit on | Four beautiful phonographs CUM I arrangements had been trade The bill which has b en untie- consideration -
lit mode available for school funds if three when the final vote WTS tikon, county, and numerous other cuunlie.-:, '
; ttituto the t fust output of the K'ssim to have supper served by the civi by Osceola county -p* t-
the high standard of the Kissimmee and n discussion of possibilities resulted sco n to be right behind: James M. men )phonograph factory. They unmade section i of the K'ssinnnec; Womc'iV men for some time looking toward
r.chonls Is to be maintained, the in the fr'ati'rifa <">m'" t'p Duncan for the post of fish and gaim- by a Kismmtncc man and theyare I Club. The regular! business session conserving one of tho county' frrati.st -
Chamber of Commerce-. its Wednesday to thoroughly investigate the different commissioner, in case tho proposedbill constructed from native woods ,followed. assets namely its unexcelled fish
luncheon went on record as urging plan suggested and to present creating the state fish and game The "walnut" and "maho 8I1Y" machines Among other business matter ing, was introduced last week in the
the voters of the Special Tax definite recommendations' This committee conur.ission becomes a law. At least, are in irality /gum and cYPI'E'K".1 transacted the club went on record house by lion. C, S. Acne, represen
Si-hocl District No. 4 to vote for a is composed of R. M. AngaH, that is the way it looks, judging II. II. Shriglcy came to Kmn'mmcn; as endorsing the legislative action tative. The bill 'was diawn b) tAt
five mill school tax for the enduing W. J. Steed, H. M. Katz. Dr. II. S. from the large number of : last November to reside. Ho had looking toward elimination of the torney W. J. Steed, in conference witha
two years at the election to be held Geiger Joe Johnston, and Sidney Ri- ments for that post which are C:1dOt'HC-1 been here before, but thla time he convict leasing system, and appoint number of local sp-r smen wh-, are
May 21. This will mean an added Chard. Th4 committee was instructed ing. Total lack of came to stay. lie played during the ed a committee to co-operate with determined to put a stop to wholesale
revenue of approximately $2500, to report ot the regular- meetingon nearly as can be loomed, season with the Kissimnieo Concert I one from tho Kissimmee Women's elimination of hook and line and nxf 3
which in the opinion of the school officials May 22. hdu. dicates the popularity of Air. Duncan Band, handling either the traps or the Club to erdcavor to have all the and reel 1 fishing. Mr. Steed carrfMl ,,
and members of the board of : The need for a club was especially for the job. bassoon with equal ease. But back in stores close on Thursday ..afternoons the bill to Tallahassee last week'and f
instruction represents the minimum apparent at this week's meeting The county commissioners last Monday his head he was planning. lie had and to have the drug stores .alternate Mr, Acrfe introduced it, having it ,;
increase which should be made. on account of the recent sale of passed resolutions recommending lone made a study of tone waves and on Thursdays after tho manner of passed by the House on Tuesday. '
The! subject was broached by Howard ,the Newby corner. The Legion has Mr. Duncan to Governor Hardee for certain principles seemed to him to the ttrrangementa now in force with The bill is aimed to preserve hook \
M. Kate, president of,the County been meeting in Fireman's hall, but appointment, and Wednesday the merit application in the construction the three drug!: stores on Sundays. and line fishing and rod and"rel fialt,1,
Hoard of Public Instruction, and urged with the'changed ownership and cnt Chamber of Commerce did the same- of tone chambers of phonographs. The club donated five dollars to the I ing.Its sponsors point out that trap J
by Superintendent of Schools em plated remodeling of I these rooms Local sportsmen are apparently The lessons he learned 1 from the bassoon civic section of the Woman's Club. I fishing is the real detriment to. baa "
Clarence E. Yowell. Mr: KaU pointed , different arrangements must be made. agreed that no better fitted man for are now exemplified in the product and passed resolution thanking the and perch as the seine catches very "
out the fact that the Kisslmmee The men met Tuesday at Makinaon'shardware the position of game and fish commissioner of Kisnimmcc's newest industry. Chamber of Commerce for the use of fewof either. Instance are on record 1
schools are providing. a nine months' where they draped themselves could be chosen. For it seems destined to become an the rooms and t tables. The secretary where local fishermen have found
course for all grades over the- sixth, I over .nan kegs or parked on Tho resolutions passed by the industry of unusual proportions. It was instructed to thank the various favorite casting nooks completely depopulated 1-
and an eight months course for the tables after the large number of Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, is not an experiment in making a people who had assisted the club in I of all fish in a very few 4
lower increase available chairs had been filled Tern- follow: "home made the tho Cat the of
grades. He urged an talking machine it in a presentation of Purple days by use traps.
from the three mills tax in effect during porary arrangements were made: tf> Whereas, if Senate Bill No. 147. demonstration of a new principal in Cabaret which they conducted for I I The present bill prohibits catchingfish
the past two years to the proposed I meet at the Makinwm concrete Imnpalow becomes a law. it will\ be necessary construction of high grade phonographs the benefit of the Boy Scout fund a at any time in any manner in ,
five mills for the next two on Sproule street back of the to appoint game commissioner, and month ago. .Lake Tohopekaliga, East Lake, and '!
years following the election. Under I II. N. Maklnhon residence whlC'hdJl Whereas James M. Duncan, of 010- Emile Gold-tein. of New York, who Five new applications for member- I Lake Russell except by..hook .and ..
the present millage there are no be the meeting place for the 22nd.A e(4)ltounty., Florida in a fit and delighted patrons of the Business and hhip in the club were made at Tuesday's line or rod and reel. It also declares '1
funds for improvement, and what Memorial Day: committee. was also competent person for this position Professional WomenV cabaret few rnoetintr. a closed l season durincr the month of !
may be termed worse there are no appointed to make final arrangements by reason of the fact that he is one weeks ago who in one of the artists n The new president> appointed the July, August and September In all ,
funds for needed repairs. for the Legion's activities on of the native I'On8. having been born hcftfJ on Columbia records investigated -, following committees: Program: Mrs. the other lakes and streams in the I
,
that day. M. B. Ayres Phil L. Moore and rained in Hamilton FlorIda 1
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county
Superintendent Yowell presented the local phonograph when lie George Gardner chairman; Mrs. J. county. It describes the equipmentto
nome telling statistics. He showed find Fred Phipps were appointej for : spending a great number of was in Kissimmee. Hid appraisal I, D. Woodbcck and Mrs.! F. C. Bryan. be used, which in Ihj cas$ of seines
that whereas the ten mill tax on ,this importantcommittee.. i years in Hillaborough county and has should bear weight. lie told 1\11'.1 Finance: Mrs. W. E. Sanderson., must use a mesh of not less than 4% '
county valuations brought in a rev- I The Legion; went on record ax endorsing -, been in this county for about three : Shriprley that his invention producedthe chairman; Mrs. Willa Steed and Miss inches. All equipment must b.. In. I
flue, supposedly of approximately the Citizen's Military Training years. lie i I" a man of the highest I clearest records for distinguitthinff Virginia. S mith. Membership: Mrs.! I f.pected by the sheriff and a permit ba
three thousandof Camps to be held next August,: integrity exceeding good business i Duckets Kathleen issued to said The
$52,000, some two or the different instruments that he C. chairman; Miss ;( use equipment. \\
this is annually uncollected. Poll to which Kiftsimmee boys are eligible. ability very popular and absolutely had ever beaid. liearden and Miss Edith !Miller. permit will entitle the holder to ob. ji
taxes sometime bring in $1000, asdo j' Three hundred Florida boys will be fearless andWhercas. The Business and Professional i itain a license for each single seine, 'I
given the opportunity to attend these if he weie appaintod as Other ,musicians, in addition to local -
the hunting licenses the latter Women's Club was organized last [ net or other device (except fan*),
revenue standing' a' .goodchance of camps, and a considerable number of I such game and fish commissioner people who are thrilled over I September with twenty members. I(which license shall carry a non-rusta- .-','
decrease or elimination on the passage I high school and other local boys have I we believe that ho would faithfully I something new being produc in Since that time it has had a steady jhle pistil tn.r which must a* all ti -en ?
!: of the new fish and game law. already made application. ,enforce tho law: Kiasioimee who are strong in their growth and has made an enviable he attached to the device for which :
Nelson Makinson, commander andJ. Therefore Be It Resolved By The praise for the Excelatone are Mi. I t
issued.
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There must be paH out of these! revenues reputation among organizations forenthusiasm the license was specifically
about $43,000 for teachers' salaries Nathan Bryan, adjutant of the Kissimmeo Chamber of Commerce in and Mm. Evarctt Mills singers and and accomplishment. It These tags are to be eonaeei.tlv.lfn'ui1bered %
and $6,000 for transportation. local post, will attend the state meeting regular meeting, assembled this the musicians! at the tabernacle meetingsnow has taken care of a number of philanthropic and each license shall coat 41
This barely leaves enough for overhead of the executiv committee of the 9th day of May A. D. 1923 that we in progress in Kissimmee. Both I interests and co-operated with I the licensee $25. 4
expenses and leaves nothing Florida department, with the post respectfully endorse the said James, Mr. Mills and his talented wife em- other organizations in many activities I ,Trap, and other set devices are 4
for needed equipment, repairs, and commanders and adjutants, to be M. Duncan for the said position and phatically state that Mr. Shrlgley has for the good of the city. Entering prohibited in all lake of the county 4
Improvements.. held at Palatka next Monday. recommend to the Honorable Cary A. a wondedul/honograph. -"If I lived I upon Its second fiscal year it looks at all\ time Confiscation and destruction ,i J
Hardee as Governor of the State of one rightaway. I active of all equipment illegally
forward to increasingly
The ballotstobe used on-May-21 Mrs.He Cottingham-aad.daugh We tried records an .
his our own on
Florida appointment.
will have a blank space* for the desig tire,Mi**. Nancy Gene,. will leave to :them, and they are exceedingly. dear.' period with thirty members. Th retiring aNd. Is provided endorsement 'c oftM
Th bill has the
hare the *
.officer who piloted
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nation'of the be lerUd. n
millage'to for their" nome in'' Morganfleld.ICntcky
day to at the tabeloJnule
We expect use one I
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Both-Mr,,.KaU and Mr'Y.well urged ,e after a- most d.lightfuiwinter Frank-- Woodall leftfrf Monday for meetings the very near future. club sine, it* organization: ,until! new Chamberof. Commsre of both'SatatCloud .
that the numbers us* their Infloene* spent in-Winter Haven. JtflssGeergeann Butler,' 'New'/ersey-' ;- '-haairecently ." I are{ Miss lUtes Pheriga, president;i and'KiselMinee; th* dtCom.mlaaloe.abd'thaasajbnityot'thi. :

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"TWO VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY MAY 11. 1'2*

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EiSMflflLL VALLfci uAZETTtBOBU6HBD EVANGELISTIC SERVICES : < 1J* 4 ', J
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'' fund.. .Pub ads ,
_' publicity cJt7 mcaiM 1 "' \: ,> "- ?, ;,
Not only dais it to advertise ,
If vertising. pay ,
t BY, '
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4 rTHB XI88IXMK9 YAJULHY OAZBTTB but It coat to ....rtl... Such DRAW BIG 'CRDW.QS' TO THE ( TABERNACLE I r. LltmmJWorry

'. EVERY FRIDAY cost is in the nature of investment, Worry: and
'1 KIBHIMMKE. FLORID, .
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and not,"overhead. There have been r

W 11. HARRIS _____. _President in .
made the from .
-- expenditures ) past '
K. O. VANS AONEW -_...._.8ecrr'tarx ? Dr. Grant's Sermons And Music Of Mr. and Mrs. Mills i .
ALLISON T. FRENCH...........EdltortosaCRtP1loN the publicity fund, to which we are . '
Booster Of '' . ,. .,,,
RATS offering no objection,,but whkb have With, Huge Choru s Young People Making f ,

One Copy On. Year._............._.IS.OO not been such pure publicity measures Religious History In The City Of Kissimmcc :
One Copy Six )Month........._. 1.00 ?
ODe Copy, Three, Month......._. .10 M the present investment is. : \ ; \ ."
The expenditure. for Ingle enterprises .
I (Entered at the poctofflea at KUolmFlorida I Last Sunday night saw the biggest that a lot of wives In Klssimmee love "
11141' a. econd-claM matter) as are here referred to have and hurry are the two
demonathae
i crowd of people evergathere4toe their husbands and that a lot of Kisj j .
All communication except from authorized ' not been so great'in, the majority of gether'for a religious meeting in the simmee's husbands love their wives, '.i Ii!

corrrapondont munt be ala-it,.1 cases. Neither, as affirmed before, city of Kissimmee, according to longtime It disclosed some bachelor girls who' destroy. Cut out the hurry by having a
ed by the writer.
Rejected returned If have the purposes of the expendiftures local church goers Ushers say are happy also. The method of es- : '
mattarllwilforbe <' been purely advertising that more than a 'thousand people certaining' this domestic inform+tion I budget. Cut out the worry'by
so crowded into the big tent known as was in the chorus of a song. Mr. Mills making ,use
..I";; Advert -Rrores.rrtalve measure And real advertising I. the Tabernacle, and a considerable asked all the husbands who loved
of this
THE AMERICAN PRESS._ SSOCIAT10Ny! 1 needed' today In Osceola county The number were sitting in car parked their wives to stand and sing it, and Bank for your savings.
I. sums of money appropriated by many along the street and at the aides of then the other classifications.

FRIDAY, MAY 11, 123 cities, some of them no larger than the' tent, where the music and the 11 Sunday afternoon there will be a
t ..to preaching' could be plainly heard. At big song service! which is expected to
- Kissimmee Saint Cloud by
( r -- I or or

s The Chamber of Commerce-went on l bone counties, would cauae heart failure .

_ 9 :record as favoring a five mill school I to the few people who would huI .. '

N tax for the next levy. State to sanction the commissioner's .
I''latest move. The cities, the communities -
U of the school board Merchants
The chairman and the states which have made e and Farmers BankOF

and the superintendent of public in-' phenomenal strides irt recent: years .
struction told why the five mills are
tan attribute their success to adver

needed. ______ i I tising. And advertising a county 's KISSIMMEE"A

The school official, who are closer |i I means. letting the world know what

in touch with school affairs than the that county has which will meet the j HOME

rest of UK, know more than we do needs or desires of the dissatisfied I I INSTITUTION"i

about the actual needs., I dweller elsewhere. Mr. McWhorter's

[ pen pictures of Osceola county will, i
We all know that our schools are we believe, better answer this sine J

our greatest asset. We know further qua non of advertising than any earl ,'E, __ n._ - ___ _ '- _ ._ "

that our schools rank exceedingly measure yet undertaken by the coun-

n high. We want to keep them 'up ty. It is a long step in the right di-

U to the present standard. We want 'rection. Commissioners, again we I i

to improve them. 'congratulate you! I

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The money available for school* A FEARLESS LEADEROrlandoRp'rterStar I

under the three mill levy is bare'y

sufficient to carry on the work itself. ( ;; ) xh
; XobraKa once boasted the fur-I ) LAWN MOWERSMORE
There i is no opportunity for improve- '
p of a "peerless leader" to the i v ,
ment. There are not even enough Unite States' That peerless leader |

funds for needed repairs. Two mills became<< a factor in American pol.tics.
additional is not a great deal. Flondd is now exercising a certainproprietorship i I III
-- -- -- in that peerless leader. '
Five mills will give the schcoH It is even going several steps farther j
about $2500 more with which to o"k. It seems to have n fearless leader RAIN MORE GRASS GROWS
and tht fearlessand' the peerless
That amount in the opinion of the leader" have joined hands for .tit .

officials who know,, is the very least !V'.ul<'f-lup that portends good to

that will suffice tu maintain the p' es- I'loixla
ent standard The school deserve I Di, A. A, ;Muiphrit', president of

morn thou. we can (ri\c them t jin the L'nl\c"II)' of 1 Florida has a-sum- ', q* Keep-it down with an Eclipse Mower ; 14-
<'il a leadoi ship that KUl"im nation:i
I'' ent. Hut we should miiintnin; tin wide' distinction, Severalsieks ago. inch, IG-inch, and 18 inches wide-with 10-

1 present standards. !Muiphiii'; wrote .. total. abstinent t _
|pll There is little doubt that tlioselectors to uiisuK-i. the pol:t .,,1 l 'ff".t of tn.t

will authorize a TIM mill k\;, pledge., ignil! it. aim i.iailea c pi at'i, I Bar, which does away with all troublesome
who vote the ; to all thi unlvtt .:t.es if tie Unirstat : .-
on question on May Jl I
-"<:. set-screws and bolts
; self-adjusting bear-
Everybody believes it hiiilil he ln' ,
:e.
That 1 was a bold ,:up Tae p'l 1 tim1,!
; and it will be done. The question *:, ;""I"k-t v\ ..ull I say last it "t.tciy REFRA'IK:: GRANT ings ; selfsharpening.MAKINSON'S..
which is mor troulilsomc is bother Impolitic at this: mo1h(>nt. Tii.riib -

the people will get out and vote. ..t this lnoJl1.pt a well irfrnm.J O.i ti..I 1.-. 'I'i of the ><': mon a nun fill the t 'l1t. There will he no preaching .
Nothing is more important than the, :''mJ1.IIJ on. directed! f: om brewing'' it\ rf fvc ,,>''i went forward in reo but the meeting will be entirely
hetuiqjjiitor-J for the modit'Cat '
) tithe 'j";, ':, 'o' "- evangtUst's: inv lationK the
by Booster
schools. with
Nothing should be more important \ul-uad law. .. Che/rus songs) ,
Money i rum in? \ & e:"t t'i Mths the singer, am1! Bible readings, and other
on May 21 than to vote. It as i lot m this cainpa gn as the b ol f, V ', services,<<
til)
j i u v t "'umufic! :a*-s. ar which Mr. and Mrs. Mills are tea ling ,
behooves all of us to remember that 1"/.1. N'ew>.paj>er9 and magazines;; making a profound impression i on' the chorus of 250 people. HOW. CO.
young
thit! are .uscepuble! are spredory' ' ,_ .
date, and talk it up among our neigh iu..r." b w.: i tie ir >>emens The Sunday afternoon meeting will .
bors. ii" I" Ol'ug-.n.Ja for this campaign : in song 1 Mr tills! sings agreat begin at 3 o'clock.
In tie luce of tu ptv"r!,a!! c.pa- of these musical .
many sermons a. will be
i no Moni
m tlng
-XXXIt nization. the president of Florida Un-I -1 tJ),,,, usunllv "hit" '- on NEAR DEPOT PHONE 123
evp-yhodv 11 :, :: evening ai Monday will be
is gratifying to know that everybody t -::.',', an ui-t.tutn'n,, til! in its k'h': the audience before the entire number rr-.ed as test day for the hard working re-- ,

outside of the state does not; Before pants, makes the university LoU to set presidents an example of oi verseare surg. )Its 'Vii preacher, singers, nnd commit- I
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take the same attitude which
same Arr:;rjca, that parents or' bl"s of .
people; outside,, of. the state-.."'1m;: t.JINLbtK.1., ages will applaud,,' but which
and ,'hollyvendemni\ ; ondar" I' WP-under; N cgver "I will stuck II

oral i I i i1 and,u f specifically;!'beeaiiMyof* .| 'w et 'f 31'ces i willlfightintth3! I i .

disclosures) which hare been m&de n. Dues"not'a'manwho'is at the /
regarding ..
hC'.d: of state institut'on' '
a supported .
the convict i lensing system l 1 chances this ; ., ,, -
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< nag' in step : >-. ,.t "o'o
t 0 0. 0 0 0 Of > 'O" oo "tOot 00.0.0 0"
and the treatment of srtne of the Ih..t ;i.s exactly antagnostic to tlvViewing :1 q j" "

prisoners. While the 'jorty: fFlorida's I interests and the p'litie an*. ar A:
;'1'' I li'ications they control* Hut
manhood an.J]i womanhocd i< 'i:.
i- --1 J.all \\kit and see. Y.:
crying out for legislation which will, Sea far i-s! 1'loiidi is) onceined( Oi.Mjijlnee '. j
in n measure<< atone for wrongs which J has sole:led the ps.Lholofil : Y.s

were done through an tinahxe 1 ,,::,.J tini'. r'o-i. ,; has: not m:ide fm'ie ,' ) s
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"' -'If in enviable reputation in I t'uJ'f !\ -
apathy which tragedy has cured, and .
I : e,i"e":t of th" .Iy l law.: Abroad f!
which will prevent of such Dear I
iecmrpi Citrus Grower
'.c Inv> placed in the same categiiv' :
i roses ns that of Mirtin Tiibert, therein with New Y"ik (' tv. New: .II') ''''"Y11'\ 3
n tiny iny rT sutisfai t Ion in the Iit'y.( : Indiana where the law hasI.n :
knowledge that not one official of the ( i I;.:nind In rioinl tin i li r, Wednesday, May 16th, I will hold
Putnam Lumber ii-'t1 (hoot the<< fact that so many of ,
Company in whoseramp << two citrus
meetings conducted
I r' e rich sports. of the Uniti-cl, Slate-! by Prof.
young/ Tubert died, is a Flori-. h"vp'int.,1 here '5i
And have
1 Jlian. The<< HfilwatiVee V/omen's Club !been'<< ton considerate of the we wishes L M ,: Watson and Mr. Ayers from the Flor-

+ recognizes this when it asks the Wis- nrd the appetites of these peop'e! who ida

oon-n! legislature to revoke<< the lumber have* tot much time<< and money to Experiment Station. The first
waste for their own good and the : i:
company's chatter meeting will be
of held Wednesday
dl good society. But Dr. Murphrcc I morning
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Y -- In' this 1'1..1J'l'rhaps come nearer
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Considerable, momentum has been voicing the true-sentiment of the regular Ij at 9 o'clock at the Graystone Hotel,
citizenly of Florida than t"e 1I11'n j
, gathered by the movement on foot to :and women who are defending the? 1I Kissimmee. The. second meeting will

, If request Governor; Harden to appoint lawless conduct that has been xinntmined .
James M Duncan, now of K'ssimiiee' , in some localities. And while i he held at the City Hall St. Cloud, at

formerly of HilKborotig'i: ccurtv, on 1 roust officials have in part been neg
native of Hamilton county, us fis'iand lectful', find some few are undeni- : 2 o'clock. You can't afford to miss
(!liitnui.t for con'-piung l to defeat!<< the
commissioner, in case the opriiitions of the law, and because<< of : ;: these meetings. lie sure and attend
t bill creating! II at office l h et- 'mes<< n this riorida has gotten some unpleasurt J, (

law. The momentum is Mewed with nto'jetthl' move made by 1 .J&, one of the meetings. Insects, diseases,
natisfnotion In "lr Muiphree cones at an opportune
sportsmen and l
)progressive lime to offset the false! impression i, control measures by the use of
< citizens
<< of Osee-'la count v, spray-
that has )
gene out civn the United
They know what difficulties! till lie !States. 1friMr. i f 3,: big and dusting, fertilization, pruning, -
in the wnv of enforcement of the pin- This ndv. ::nceJ<< step taken by DrMuiphrec I

vi"ions of this Inw, and they know r will put tVpiesulents of i I cultivation and other cultural practices
oilier state universities: on record.Paients !. I j,
the kind of
irmn who will In I
needed _
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who ere pending their ---- wil Ibe
boy ----- taken
i on that job. Jame :\1. Duncan is that : up.
i- in' tri'ls te the.universitc's! : will hive n'I
, kind of man. Me has that qualitv in\ _nppoi.trnitv to t"at the sentiment and Mrs. Evarett C Mills I. !; --

I t which, nr.n call "executive nbilitv." and the bndcliom' of the<< men who I Ini }: (Signed)
and thnt chnrncteristic will mrmr' cur institutions' of highereducation. :Must UnloIII': sung on Sunday night : tN'men. Beginning on Tuesday there
in the he needed \ The majority| of the university I' and, his "I'm 1 Serving the Lord in My will be afternoon meetings every day p-
J m.n: who w.ll direct so many presidents i will sign thnt ( Own Weak Way. ," cf Wednesday'' << ''at ::1 and the regular evening song ::1: LEO WILSON..
:. district warilcim lie is fearless, and pKdge. Hut net nil of them Rome night. m.ule n lat ge, number of people [services<< at 7-10: with the )pieuelu.ig ,j.;.
cournfre will !ly> a necessary attribute few of them ire e-v particular about I'luirm. Each song went through following! at H.
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I P to the man who has that post. He pre ervinr their political influence inc (|' practically the whole category oT Every morning at ten o'clock the {: I
i; t plays no favorites and < ruin tninrters But Dr. !Murphreehas fins and near sins and the individual, church bell at the Presbyterian chinch, I '
' j !Who is familiar e'l'rybdy'I (given stiii'linr":' to Ploiida University : who didn't find some place where the I will be rung, and at that time all the ,I'
with the duties of and dignity to the state. i Christian people of the :
city are ask- '
| musical shoe would f fit Ii .
'I the proposed office knows that James With the fearless leadership of Dr. is probably od to pause and pray for the success .' ,

s' ]d. Dun8n',.kind of honesty is needed << Alurphree, and the neprless! loidersliip [ wearing wings. Sunday night showed ,i of the meetings. I Orr44440b'DO, SG T64 'G408400:'rvG-yf408t Sv408d 6400t484 t 0+N
if people are to have faith in the of Mr. Hryan, we shall be able to dry I. I .. . -
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the and -rI
Kverglades
other
'. (law aril in the commission, and (f wet up spot not conducive' to every good health T/he/ Candy Bridge to connect St.: I According to Professor G. F We r I SMALL TOWN PESTS SMALL,: TOWN ;PESTS f
Fl rfdlt'. ,
great Assets 4n .forest, and morals. Petersburg and ---- I
Tampa
I II across Old ber'of the state experiment station at The -
Mream, and lake be* Tampa I5av will be Stale-Joke Pest stil1'gets a The Gabb/ get lolicitlnf
are to tonierved|I ; six miles Gainesville-"Scab: is a aerious ,
The ginew oUI I enemy Cackta of the
:1"41 had .JIO' lonjf-and will shorten the autoipobtle of out Time wTien you lAst ,for Homeless 'Hottentots or Fona.Flplanders 1 1I
*OPSthe.. ; 9TernorUUqpk; with the Irish.potaip. Jt has been
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for
; your Pocketbook
Just
'' f avgt'o I II thelrs1apjpswere: no'more foolisl travel forty "mjlej between "tni tyocitiep.l that it alone reduces the' yfeld of aji'yoji' Were I. \ Invades Home and Sto
i- ,, r'hIr untgn' eandidaC1. than Starting
I ;-, "", :J }," ,_;.: '4" . Uie f'.V'Mt'Wh! t1j'llol'the"&plY; ; It will bethe. longest, ?rwf e ':'thO.R.ritU.t..litlihel.; .. pottatoes JJ on your. Honeymoon 'three,,1 with a too'great Begnlarity!; for
; ', 'Irtg' Jt t faeoti at Ji.TuLan4 'h'f in ; para ago and Never Fail. Mention .
!)I'Jlyin ior14aandona; Of }he }ongeekln arerfeettlrijr: Fed Up'VohJIlm.4i
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MILLINERY SCHOOL, 'J SAM" SMITH-KILLED. .. YT.Wlkare.e'M.tdlaa; Ia'08oeol& .-bllCte" I'
: ,, .pt.n..iesa/I5&OOO
: 'j ... cash..4 it \
.I &: ,HERE NEXT, WEEKMiss ,BY TRAIN. SUNDAY. The proposed location and .descrip, per month until paid. P., 0. x
Lion
L. :\' of the, to roads be and.. ,follows bridges: ..,,to Com'beconstructed ,'.' S'- ,

Blanche horn. State" Expert In. Aat4MBOblto In Wkich.U* Was Riding menclnsat the .North boundary. of FOR 8ALB-Freeh Jersey coW.

Hat Architecture Will Hold Hoso With Ills Son la 8rnck By No. 27 Township Twenty-flve (tf) South. JSRP!! **'** fTl.O'. W,' K,.Browne
: fecal Demonstration Classes At Crossing On Cemetery Road R.IlIf. TwnUr.*.vn can Baal"on the: West JCJh_.., It'lt
Happenings Section line between Section Two>> (11
and Three <|) run South along the. 'FOR QUICK 8ALBNecessity
Get our your old bonnet with SIIIII P. Smith almost,-instant between knows"
gray. was Section lines Sections Two no Law, and the Landed Interests of
the blue'ribbons on it, and hitch. old 1. (I) and Three (1). Ten'f10)'and Eleven "' the "Waters Carson Grocery. Co."
Dobbin' to-or crank op the flivver L. train number twenty-seven struck 4111.) Fourte.n Ot) and Fifteen must soDuncan. < Prices right; See J. 1C':
<< < ) and Tw.ntythree SlttaFOR
or old to there. Bring the automobile in which he his ,
any way get and ill). Twenty-six (II) ....nd Twen.
S. B. Aultman 'spent last week In (04404004.0040014000 along your sombreros and learn how son Joe, were riding, at the cemetery t-.n.. (17)._ -Thirty-four ,I4), B A LR.-Modern 4-room bungalow,
Tallahassee "looking. over the leg-is- .. to decorate' them with the latest road crossing near Mach's mil), T e and Thlrty-nve (SO) thence bexlnnlntr furnished! bath room; garage: : city
wrinkles in topology Fix up your son was driving the and according at the Southeast-corner of Section 14 lotsIt bearing citrus trees In.quire. .
'WEATHER car
ture. REPORT said .
pf Township and ,
: Range run W. J. Steed. lor BOIL (I. Saint
\ __ bonnet to make a'noise like an opera to his memory of the tragedy thenoe West atone the County line ,Cloud. 20-tf-4c
New York Life Insurance Co., Sam Official Bulletin of dally. tern- hat Anything you want to know driving In low when he approached earns being the Southern boundary of \,

L. Lupfer local representative.. .Ut/c O peratur and precipitation. furnished about lids f Come to the home demonstration >! the treck, and did not see the train said rods Section West' of$4, to. a point forty (49) SECOND! HAND GOODS bought sold
Southeast corner of Sec- and repaired! Th Casino. 44-tf '
4 Kissimmee department's millinery college until it was ,practically on them. It .
\ by the Cooperative 4 tlon J* of said Township and RaiiRa:
11 D. A. Bailey has returned to Stan- U.'S. Weather Bureau next Monday to Wednesday and struck the car en. the side in which run thence due North to the Southwestoorner FOR BALE For tent Furnished
ley' Pharmacy after three week. at 4 Station for the. week learn all about it. the father was riding and threw it of the East half of East half of Room. and No Trespass' Cards, II'
Leesburg. ending Miss Blanche Horn is the Millinery Into the ditch at the side of the track Northeaat Quarter of. said .section cents each at Tit. Uaaette office
: Thursday, May 10: thenoe due West forty (40) rod to the 4t-tf
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Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. -- 00 expert of the state home demonstration some distance) from 'where the collisIon terminus of said proposed Improved
Date Max. Min. 0 department, with headquarters in occurred. road. FOR BALE)-Fin* residence property.Apply .
Barrie Gazette office. 14-tl Prep. TOOBTHKR with. any bridges which It at the office of The Valley '4
Tallahassee. Miss Albina Smith, The elder Smith
Friday, May 4____81 63 .00 was practically may b* necessary to construct over any Gazette. Klsilmmee. 3-tf
Sam Summerlin, of Cocoa, a for. 0 Saturday, May 6..80 64 .66 county home demonstration agent, killed by the Impact as he died almost creeks crowing said roads. Bald roads
mer resident of Klsslmmee, passed 0 Sunday May 6..S4 62 .00 has arranged for her to come to Kissimmee -' immediately. Joe Sntitb :was milaeuousl *- shall. not be less than nine Ct) feet In FOR SALK' -MO acres good pastureland
and conduct classes in mil saved h and ". constructed of any hafdsurfao near St. CI.... For quick sale
from
the city Tuesday. 4 Monday 7____ / injury except '
through on May 87 62 .00 material which the Board of U.OO per acre.. Writ 8. D. Williams.Wauchula. .
-- Tuesday.. May 8-J.87 60 .00 linery for her club folks. The classes minor scratches. Mr. Smith's neck County Commissioners shall deem suitable Florida t-tt
Ladies' pure silk hose $1.00; men's Wedn'day May 9..S6 60 .00 sro not confined to club members, was broken and his skull fractured. for construction of hard-surfae "

'76c at McCAULEY'S. 0 Thursday May 10..70 48 .00 0 but are open to...any and all who care Funeral services were held at Rose i roads Bald brldfea. shall be constructed FOR RENT
4 to avail themselves of the privilegeof Hill cemetery Wednesday morning, : of pine and cypress ninety (90<%)
Readings made 0
at 6:00
are p. per cent heart material the flooring
Klsslmmee
in
J. L. Clarkson 'was m. for the preceding twenty-four Ohours. attending. under the direction of,J. W. Thomp, -to be with boards not less than two FOR RlCNT-"ew. bungalow 14 Mag-
Saturday and( Sunday visiting W. J. The'class will be held in what' usedto son. Mr. Smith is survived by his (3 In.) Inches thick. nolla street. Inquire IT 11..gn01l..

Steed on his way to Atlanta from 0 ALLISON T. FRENCH." be the dining room of' the NewbyInn wife, three sons, and a daughter, a ..The amount estimated as being nee- -\ l-tfo
.ary to pay for the construction of
Saint Petersburg. in the building recently purchased brother in KiasimmeA. William Smith, FOR
Co-operative Observer. aald rOAd. and brlriirei la the aum of RRNT-6-room bungalow mod
? by J: E. Edmonson. Mr. and Mrs. and several brothens residingelse. Eighty Thousand tH6.000.00)( Dollars, rrn. Very choice location: elos In.
children 0040000000
Shaves, 15c; haircuts, 35c; 000440040il. Edmonson have made the-room avail where. the cost of such construction to be paid Coolest block In town! fine shade)
25c; at Casino Barber: Shop. 20-tf able for these classes. The classes by issuance and sal of bonds. lak. br....*. TII.ulr..t lit South
The Vernon avenue. S1-IUC!:
/ placefor holding said election
Mrs. Guy Allen Is a new studentat P. Suhl and son, Orick made a will start at nine in the morning and WINTER GARDEN DOES In said territory shall b* at Mulberry .

the Kisslmmee School of Com- trip to Gainesville, Tuesday. and continue until noon with afternoon NOT EXPLAIN ABSENCE Rink and the Inspectors and Clerk appointed WANTED.
for said election are: J. A. Min .
sessions from two to five. It may be
merce. She enrolled Monday. for a brought back two Gray cars nick H. J. Schmidt, J. E. Parrl.li. ,' Inspectors -
that evening classes will be conduct THE J. WATKIN8 COMPANY will
and B. O. Hanoock. Clerk
hand l
short course. Chief of Police Drilt ers is sporting ed also, but that depends on the num- File Trleirram Twenty Minute Before The polls at said election will bop- e-t>loy a lady or gentleman agent In

You will find better values for less a brand new hat with gold braid ber of people who want them. Playing Time And Rend en from S o'clock A. M, until sun downof Kissimmee. Watkins Products are
No Further Explanation the same day. known everywhere and our saleapeopi -
money at McCAULEY'S.e and everything. Incidentally he'H I By order of the Board of make bis Incomes. Investigate
wearing a new uniform, too. CONGRESSMAN AND COUNTY The following telegram filed Commissioners, paned May countr. this opportunity. Full particular
at
was I and valuable, aampl. free to
sent
Winch returned to Kissimmeo J. L. OVBK8TRBBT.
Sunday Jay night for a- visit with his Mr.. and 'Mrs. A. L. Winch of 422 CLERK RENEW THEIR YOUTHNo Winter Garden at 3:40 Tuesday afternoon As Clerk of Board of County Commls- hustlers who mean bu.In.... Write
: sinners for uc,01lC ..nty, Florida.What today. The J. R. Watkins Company
brother A. L. Winch, at his home at Aderhold street, left Wednesday to that doewi't mean 'Vhat you "At last moment half players on Lie pi. 88. Memphis, Tenn. 11-41X
visit relatives\ and friends in Buffalo
422 Aderhold street. and Cleveland. They expect to get thought it did. It means (that "Our way will try stop them in Orlando we call Luck is simply Pluck IF[ YOU do n of farming In

information on the New back to Klssimmce the fall. Joe" and J. L. Ovemtreet were up at writing. L. Froper." And doing things over and over; Florida t ou.mould read The Farmer
for
Ask m last week. The particular and and Stockman, which deals with cit
Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- Gainesville Up to press time Manager Jordan Courage will, perservance and
fer.York "-** Mrs. W. A. Hill has returned to her attraction there at that time was )has received no further word. The skill- rus poultry and and truck dairying.farming Send live for stock free

home at Shingle Creek after an extended the Fathers' Day banquet of the A. wire wan received at the Kissimmee Are the four l leaves of Luck's clover sample copy or *J cents for three I'
Mr and Mr Charles D. Cole have visit to New .Orleans with her T. O. fraternity of which the congressman office of the W. U. Telegraph Com- Selected. months. Yearly subscription. $!...: r

sold their Bryan .te Residence and daughter Mrs..' T. J. Bnrson.. and.At and Joe, Jr.. and Murray pany at :3:49:I: and delivered to the disease h a three month.years Address 11.00. The Published Farmer twice and

are now Hying In on* of their new. her old 'home '..t.EufaulaAlabama.. Oventreet, are members. So far it ground' five minutes later. The .A serious, rust, or Stockman No. 10 Newnan Street.
bungalows on JlAbbettl'.treet. Mr. Hill drove' to Eufaula andbrought' may not sound like a youth-renewing crowd( of fans were disappointed. fruit spot This is especially bad tn '

Mrs. Hill home last week. stunt. But,when you get into the inside Money was refunded to all who 'wanted wet weather. To control, spray with ,.
Mens genuine Palm Beach suits you find that these respected it., About eight dollars was donated "4-4-60 bordeaux mixture: If the fruit ; y\

$12.75; punts $4.25, at McCAULEY'S. Mr. and ')II''. J.'M. Faulk, of.Cairo, gentlemen ,forgot all about dignityand to the club in admission fees is about ripe, spray with'ammonifteal ,. 1
Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. C; M. had one heck of a time. unclaimed. solution of .copper carbonate. MONET TO LOAN-R.pr..Dtln. 1
..
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green returned Paulk and two< children, of Thomas- "*A !little bird says that the Wa"h- What explanation does Winter Gar- .. ., \large,. at orpOr.tlon.It.Its disposal, making uDllmlt.d''mone ant

horn Tuesday from Tampa where ville. Georgia;arrived in Kissimmee Inirtonian used to getup',at rive den make T Nobody''seems to know. '0;,.." mortgage loans on. a, tea year basis
of '
they went to att.ndtbe funeral Wednesday by .antomobilo for a two o'u.lockin'the morning and make the ate attractive Interest'reteatdf"cone|-
Baseball ',( ..
Mrs. H. F.; AHree. Ycfltrfcay' ering an.ten.I. remodeling
Green's sister .
Mr. weeks visit-with. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. poor hard-working, students arise a i1" nw building operation, or >th. ,...
fresh shrimp boiled, Pawl!. at their home at 6 Brack so., 'Another little bird sayshe was At Fort Meade 10: Cowpunchers 3 ,financing of your present bualaeaaorcaulrlny .. .k

at You DuPonf can get Cafe almost, any' day In. street. ""' lust'', getting( even most with the of the boys and for ,I \OTll'.:-OK XI'KCIAI_:. .;LIWT101f.y .. 4.n'Ta ' be Klad'to: additional confer- with capita you l.1wJU ooafl. y
him
teen'ng up M '
the week. Mr. arid Mrs. R. S.- Roberts :have ; b dKtlally.: C. a Iloas. 1 West QhurchStreet.
awake all of the, night. The little : KI'ICrl.1. IIOAO>> t !ND RHIDftK D18- e Orando'Vlorida >" :,H-4t r
Farmer has been transforming returned from Tampa where they : bird wasn't as talkative about Mr. I THKT :Na. 4. vel'tt' ,
Carson I
have l been for the pastmonth, while the IFTOU dean)' kind of farming In
I his back kitchen into a neat from Oventreet but he did say A special elertlon will' \ be held on thn 'Florida you should read The ,Farmep
land attractive: sleeping p rd; -ovJI'e- Mr. Roberts was recuperating clerk of the circuit court had the time 12th day of June, A. D. 1113, in the fol- ( and Stockman which deals with citrus i
modeling on the Inside .of the house. un operation in a hospital Tn that of his life and he says no too. lowing described territory, to-wit: and truck farming, live-stock..
city. They were accompanied home All of Township Twenty-five .nd'd.lr'lnc. .*
information
the lines of ,
Continuing along ten rth
,
sample ,
South Range Twenty-seven Baat ..
-or t* cents
thi-tr son-in-law and daughter, Mr. copy
life Insurance companyof by which said feathered (1)( )r "
The leading of TnllahaaaoMeridian., In Oace- FOR SALE months. Yearly subscription ll."{
York Life. See and Mrs. Edgar Short and bab)'. eta Florida, Publ'.h.iIea
the world New messenger Imparted there was scandal County : three years. ft.OO. '
I agent. M'0 - scandal mixed in the for thu purpoav of submitting to the FOR HAL.K-Two Alrdale pupa, males. month. Address The. Farmer-and
Sam Lupfer John McCarty, popular rlectiician or near up duly quitllllrrl. rluctors, who are fr..<>- 4 weeks old. See B.. Q. Smith, at ,Stockman No.'-1' "Newnan; StreetJacksonville. ,
The Gazette is in receipt of some of Saint Cloud, was in Kifisimmee aaft'ahThey -do say that Joe Sears hold".... rcHldlnK .within. said territory Bank of, OIIee9'l., County. . ";;1'";" *.x . Florida. | 12-tf0
was' disqualified! That might .mean the following mlons: 0 '
Sanford. .
I this extra week fine from and' extra Mrs.VIIJ.large'Reynolds.tomatoes. yesterday where' he attended on hill way the from reunion of a' lot of things but In this case tuned he bridge 1. Whether Ulatrlet or No.4.nof Special embracing Road und the --- -.,.. ,. ------S- '" -- ;.._-:= __ , : :t

five of them Spanish .war.veterans. MK McCarty wu not only disqualified but maid t..ltor.nd created by an orderof t
She says she has acres ln.cntertalnlsis' against his own flesh and bloodl! The the Uuard of County Commlsslouersof
north of J nald.Sanford did herself proud ?" Oecoola County oa-oai-Auirust.IS.-A. IX >
t.j -.,.,... fr.. it th.'vete1'aDtl and there was ittlo bird wasxaskedfllow come 19>0 pursuant to an election held on
,
t Star" Brand 'shoes. Holeproof bos- not'a dyll 'mom.nt 'durinl' their stayin and he chirped about as follows" 'rats: August 14th. JIIO, shall b* abolished, AMERICA.IEGIOL000NTHDSTORE; ; )
it" and the .
a d .-If day cancelling- authority to issue bonds
lery, EVER,AST'7olleasulUngginghams. that' eltjr..... . .. J .all'gettingthoirsl'' ; In fact the pursuant to such election and order. .

;''at McCAtlLEY j .; -'Congressman""''Sears -address. the were visiting dads were getting right downto -Whether' or No.not.4,1 Special embractns"Road .the.ndDrld..e'DI.trlct < --> ,'ThtirsdaylNight j jl Lt r .

.) me best Investment you can make* Spanish rwar veterans in their 'annual the, seat''of the trouble in many same, territory and created by jua orderof : I C.astoat

ts .sVWew.. York Life Policy. Better. reunion last Tueadgy'at'Sanford.'Reports Instances.. jusf'as they used to' use the Board of County Commissionersof \ 7nM urnMnSfs Gal '
t
than .. Savings. account.' S. Sam are that the congressman's popularity the old ra or'strop''.tn r days gone by; Oacsola 122, pursuant County on t*-*.Februaryeth.n .election held. A.n. !! 'j'

Lupft'f, "' av. S..tfo ;'was attested.tobythdtvigorous Then" there ,were serious charges on February ,4th' 1'I1, shall. be, kbolUhed VALUABLE .
cheering b.got''u'well'tts? the presented against, some of the'meM- ; all,authority. to issue -
Mf- ... Matthews r.Potthattbe\ many: men present wild "spokeoutriit hers of the fraternity.- : One"of the bonds' pursuant to such. election and PRIZESwG1VEn''AWAYPIUgES.1OcAND: : ; ;

battery was ._tolen, xrom her ear',at meeting to. tell of. assistance he hodbeen4to.thenir worst of these was 'Against a'Kissim. .3.r '\\'n'b.;; .+.tt ornot* ,4 #ev the following described 1 .

.her residence.At-Drury and Church > :.;

J street, and ;that okherV.sueh. thefts member "of a fine family 'and all np clal. road and >ridge' district, to- "
wit "
[have. been reported.( t} 7 I'A MOTJIEns-DAY'CELEBRATION' that lie was charged with being the All of Township TwentyflvaSouth. ,

.' The best Investment yOU'ean'make'' A Mothers I Day. projrrarn'will be son of, congressman between and not Demoerat"anda know-- ... Range Twpnty-.evetla.t. .. .- -,...-. ".. ', .,

... a New York Life Policy. BetterIthan . given by the W maD a ,Club Saturday InC ,the ,difference There a were ...:. .
,, Republican
a ',sayings account. See Barn afternoon from 630 to '..>An appropriate chargesagainst some ,of theother

|Luptel'?+ Mrs-;. .,,. *.*-.tfc program will'be presented; on other' Seat'; being:
,,/ d 1e-...++. the lawn of' the ; t all .....
R..JODe.'who bas been visiting learned lawyer; lawmakerand ,
. MrfciJ.: a
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her son and daughter-, and ) th twwas ;fitting; 05 the bench' passIng ) >:. ) !I '

|Mrs. W. O:')laolln.;for two weeks, vS ti Judgment: where he was not Ii '1 ;

left Monday'for her home in Ixrais-.. I have'movedrnyfwoodyatd; from udged.( But when the case of young I )
|burg. .North Carolina.: 1. SI 6 Brack street' to .121 Main' street, Foe came.to trial the trouble.started. t

where I am still ,prepared to furnish The honorable congressman was disqualified -

. County Commissioner John M.:Han- my customers with 120 veneer blocks lie ease down from the !
sell wasfollowinghl\ : 'old trader of 16-inch deliveredetor. $S.16; 12-inch bench.' and another 'esteemed citizenof ,, ,

llocomotive engineering last week- re. blocks, $2.06. Split for. stove-wood, Kissimmee was made judge.in his .

Illeving the regular engineer on the maranteed full strand;'. ;N 15-Inch for stead the lion. J. L. Overstreet beIng SU'EVE 1;:

Tjog train tvthejC ndlerlnUI at Csmp-, 3.35; 12-inch for, $3.15./s. !. Get your the recipient of the honor. Thereupon -

'... ';I' winter's supply now'. All-..delivered. the legislator supplanted on the

+ '" and Phone,.81., ,J.,.Bonln. : ...d12tf bench acted as assistant prosecuting"
. ... and"Mrs.: tA": ilsmiltonj '
The
.fc
|Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Hamilton left Tuesday, and Miss for 1.0DGESrO,; ..ATTENDREVIVAL..--5- attorney sod was convicted'against ,his either own showing acn.' the !icT1FEI- irrn ;
Isabel Hamilton. v w. "
''The in legal proficiency of his daddy, or that '
their home In.Toronto. !'Basil Hamilton members of all secret'orders ,
framed
will' ''oin them "In' a couple of Kissimmee. haviDIt, been invited by he was guilty' or that it was
from the start, or that 'Our Joe' is I
I week."' Rev. Frank'Grant and Mr: Mills thelInger.
the winning side, or that 1 I i
,/ to attend the'services, at the nlways on f
S. B.,AnltmsnhW purchased' Cypress TVbcrnacle ,In....!, b dy. The Masons little Joe is getting too big for bi'"

Island from.II."W. and and members-v'i the Eastern Star Joe to handle or something" else I I B K '

I will add more citrus and banana trees Chapter will attend.Tuesday: evening. STRAUlTiffETSTHE 4- ,

I to that .productive farm. The deal May! 16; and the Odd Fellows a"d RUTH M .". : :

I was closed this ;week and Mr. :Ault- Hebekahs Wednesday evening 'May LEGION DOLL -.

I man I is now.1nPoa..on..t. 16. Al1.memberaoteach.ordet; arecordially
.'
j invited to attend. $ Given At I.eK'oi
Prizes Awry
W. G. Hankins spent the .first three Eight tt
Country Store Last Niprt With No! You Have Never Seen Pattern
business days of the connect week ,in with', Lake furnishing county on N'OTIC"H FOR:'PUBLICATIONSerial : Seventeen Dollar Doll A. One a


shades-for ferneries. Mr.\Hankins is We 0Ieoe.U. H. ,Land Little Miss Ruth Strauh got tV
Department of the Interior Like This !
very enthu.lastlc'about the fern business Office at Ualneavllle. Fla.. May II. seventeen, dollar doll at the Le-'iow

| ;.. a 31rida., industry. 1SJSNOTIOK Country Store last night, and settled
la hereby given that Jar
George W. Persons had his brother MaKKard. of Klaalmmee. Florida, who the excitement. D'Rheta Aldenna"was the dots-and-dashes used to be are printed in-
Geor- MI December 10. 1'18. made Homestead one of the winners and sh. came WHERE
G. C. Persons, him of Buena this Vista week. The fcntry. No. 01( (\4. for Lot 1. Section up all ready to get; the doll but wts so that you can read how to sew.
10 E., Tal-
Y4 .Town.hlr 29 H. Range
I Georgian, slays he'Ilk. this neck o.' lajiainee: Meridian has filed notice of'nlentlon disappointed as her drawing brought which In fact, everything you need to know about the, cutting
of silk stockings
Proof. her pair:
to make Three-year a '
the woods..onthe.; and whole ma* .locate.here" Jedg.l.kr3. later.Bring toatab1leh rlalm to the land above were much too large. However she and putting together of a garment is printed right on the Patternan '
[ family Court.
( described before. Clerk Circuit ?,an exchange them. Mrs. W. L. Jo'nw for the of the to show the
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at Klsalmmee. Florida, on the Ktb day .,.. .. .. arrow straight goods-numbers
Augusta Carl expects to leaven of June. 1923.Clslmanl '> flr winn* and < she rot

1 week-"for} her home in Hatfield( S; names aa wltneaaea: the Belgian hare., Miss Katherine joining of parts-words. always instead of perforations.
Mart Hunt. of Klaalmmee. Florida.tt. who is retting to. be a r.
(Massachusetts, for the summer Shesays Wyckofr,
Florida
J, ohn. of Klaalmmee.
[ she hates; to-'*'leave Kissimmee Jessie Manrirard. of Kissimmee. Florida iteadv customer of the Country Stnre.won It's
and wl1JJeome back in the fall,' and Willie Nettles, of Klsalmmee. FloridaWM the bathlne suit. Combs{Young the New McCall Pattern ;

'that she' hopesV the .fall willcome : a TANCRK.11ft :. -"",nt the box of stationer and JOT ,
.
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Acting R.KI.t.r.N'O'I'Ic.or
.;o'1o' yv""t'l'f'"f. ';- APPLICATION row TAX and Maklnaon.Allison who French helped'Nathan keep store:Bryan sug, The only Printed Pattern on the market 1 .

qi.' Martha Ordas has accepted a :s; pggnN rested that .he give It.to his girl evIdently .1 And even if ypu have:never sew .before' you can' ap2 -

.
$ .. badenoegh ,
f 'with the Lake AbstiactMiss thinking a mall carrier '
:'11'fa...... <>tda' tl.I. Herby 0."..... That Add.P..JCats to-do with letters without w predate theVonderf uT ease and clarity:of it. .'" 1,
C.rtlaoe.tekai1$1
g1'q u tad t l t" y o.e.olaHIiI ..pereka.er&te4.t'". 7th'day of'> Tax of Aunst.A.IX wrHinrthem.' Klmbrouglr Oliver an l f It'wiU'Gave'halfthe'time Spent-in-the.aewiug.room-and.. ,
School and baa'JoW: 1etecf : ,iue. has filed said erttftes.t IB ether fonaer..euate' :< got the bit '
la-eoarse afc t1Ie..JtHt--. of nj Joe.: end baa mad application can of airflUrerjGalkrgot i .t: is hundrc :'df women can take a safe try at the economy and satia- 't
" Scr1 for 'ed *. 'Issue In ac *>rda e* gnlnu : '
IComaierce.lt "' UMT bent CcU Ahaan .... dos of making their own clothes. _
abra ,1'
Uw. laid eertUleat s . / .
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4I - ,.. Vree trill.
9 : I..lIewlllll"'M4I ..n alt cane of -'L..- ftm "
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lire. ,3.&f> .tfotAgentrj. returned .wnaN. lIB.,',o.e..aa, OM..',.;..'Ft.....ridge, ,.ss.. I' 'TBuMdayt 'AmeHean Legleti 'r ie'r Aak to'seethe. /"Printed PMtterW"fat thM StOre :, ,:(
Saturday' from >[InierwIn.T.a.. "J,. .. .. "
Cedmlt Btereri"i.r wttI\.crer ..... otl.blS "' ,
,. she ltradad. .ennI 2t..I oat.% .1.Bnlt Raa_ell 3e.Eaat.B.etten .. Towaebip_.,r.' .:eel and ieef.l artlehs,, .u.., b' .....R LXLES:''Tt STORY".&tOMPANY.Y' )'14' .t

. 'n .1lJaeM elf .Th. ass land b.int 'd at bisaid.esMhlea Moa, e'te..m tbe ....:TMjpls.k : \a' ,Y. ;; .. (
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7Q Cl your FRIDAY, i \ 111 II 1 r .. / 51..39 Choice. xonr Y D! .
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,Commencing, mode. and, camel suede ,
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grey. poo. ; *\ Cglorsaretit;e. )
>: brown black :Colors brown and black (
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Fashioned Full 'Ladies' $2.25$. P Fashioned Full jjgdies,75 h.l. !

j* HOSE SILK 'LADIES .. HOSE 'Li S r t 1 ;; t J -
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Store.'the in Item more'bnEvery>' : ,
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- Hunters. Bargain / o ? | or '20'! of a4tEpUCTION. : et: thi .3.| 7.
skeptical most the even amaze will 1 \ g REMEMBER cK i
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that s g'thisaawaits3ou.n savt at available now ---T/- - f/ - -.r. ,.. ii< -i Ii I //j' ;/ \ -in Haned8 quoted item.not every of'bargains\ Jn b';(: ?t 'i; -
!Footwear very The *1VWfftW9frffit9mlifVWWf99Vitif 4 ''
best b attend.to. / *
-savfiffpifyoii in dollars are 8e0TJiere!: lIif;l :
.fortune good the: had h ever you t Event' .
; 0 50>0 of radius, a from>liKissiinmee1
DiSposal Shoe and Furnishing ing to! people the
BiggestCIoth-the be will this -BARIfGAJHS'wiirbring GENUINE by? '.jbadsed'up' ...[ 1 -
Standpoint Savings Genuine:a and advertising ,Oug J'tqld,Q. ;'
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.V 4 .18 BETTER THAN THE LASH
SCHOOLGAZET1'E 'Florida Citrus Exchange :
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1 R Tampa May 7.-.There was a general (Lakeland Star-Telegrtm)

4 V.- t decrease,the past week in prices In a' communication to thStar:
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; VOLUME KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, MAY 4. 1923 NUMBER 10 /due principally to the, heavy receipt "Can corporal: punishment be aboil
.. .. V. .. . The name of the new presld.nt'ofPoland of supplies .says George A. Scott ished Edd
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is Stanislaus Wojciechowski; general sales manager of the Florida Bryant '
s. #; '" Editor.: -..-....-.---Fred Lnpfez JUNIOR-SENIOR SOPHOMORESLast but that isn't aU there is against him Citrus Exchange, in hit weekly citrus of Polk county throw. valuable fight
on a topic of burning interest
4; Assistant Editor..Alberta BransonReporters ENTERTAINMENTLast :' he wears a moustache and chin whiskers market review. V right
: Thursday was a day looked -Eh what No. do your own lower now, the answer being: ia the affirm
V1 "All markets have shown a -
Ninth Grade __________ ..Ins Phay ; forward to by the High School Faculty tive. He saysj .
I : ,. ; Satiirday; night, May 6, a time the Seniors, and the Sophs. Antho pronouncing. .V tendency. The New York market:; There seems to be' home hesitation
V Grade___ .__...Lucille" Gnffln V V
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long looked'forward to as one of the broke at Friday's sale, when orange
classes Florida
dinner bell and the in the legislature
Eleventh Grade.____Delia Lcdbette rang A more disappointing thing than this half and the
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greatest events of yearcame prices dropped three-eights a state
_Katherine JMcKay passed through the hall they all tooka surely have never seen; at large on abolishing corporal. ,
:Twelfth Grade, __ lust and at 8:30: o'clock the Faculty \ dollar per box* California has been
,I deep breath for there on a table The flitting, shadowy tasteless kiss punishment in our convict camps and
Music' Overstreet
Dept.Eleanor and and fewfi'lendsassembled its navels in effort
Juniors Seniors a rushing an apparent
sandwiches salad, pickles,C'akes. chain as ,they are
were gangs
On moving
a picture screen. commonly
at the Club House and the and punch,. which the industrious Cs., to clean up on this class of stock called. These are institutions which,
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If it were not for concessions this /good time_started. If any one had been Sophu had prepared. After the Introducing New Character V Pacific Coast supplies are expected to should be built up to a. standard so V

/.. V world would not be worth living In. looking for a pretty dress of any description Preshmen and Juniors had passed Some people are so inflated wit.hl'l'oti..m continue heavy. Florida shipmentswill that they could rightfully be, called
where he
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maintain their
This may'sound unreasonable to some right hungrily down the stairs, the guestsof probably presentvolume. reformative institutions. There '
that they think they have a is
would"! have found it, Miss Stanford, : There indications of
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people but it .is the truth. People honor and the Sophs assembled in corner on all the wisdom of the prevnt are no only a small percent of people who
e, make concessions not because' our expression teacher started th: a general improvement for at least
always the hall to "lick the platter clean. ", day. Such a one is hereby presented \\Co have had experience in guarding pris.
they want to do so. but to be pleas entertainment" with a reading, "At When all of the goodies had been in the person of Mr. Alex. several weeks. oners. So far In all this discussion I
t the Matinee by Marjorie CentonL'ooke. rains the citrus
Concessions make friendsfor "Heavy throughout
ant. more eaten chewing was iwrved to have failed to article
gum sea an by
Smarty, who feels perfectly a man
V the competent
Everyone enjoyed reading, belt the week will have
people than any other thing in i'dd/ a finishing touch. instruct during a very of experience on the subject. I ban
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the world. Sonic people think that so MISS; Stanfoid responded<< to the en any beneficial effect on next year's crop
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heaven if act core. This time she gave 'Da'Mer; !before breakfast just how to run but force the shipment of some had two years experience. For the
they are in they can Ml'SIC J DEPARTMENT: may last month I have
: stubborn but they are not, for stubbornness I (cmia Girl; ," by T. A. Daly. V Followingthis --- the government. He has also con- early bloom fruit which has been held eighteen the situation. made a
Miss Heals music d"P1ft. ludt-d 'that the Eighteenth: Amendment study of
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hurting them and no one
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else. When we speak of stubbornness ment tiacher. gave a piano solo wh cii: Is a joke that it can be broken | "Florida shipments last week to- Can corporal punishment be abol,'
i lo Pup:Is of This Department: with impunity, and that whiskey is iahed? ?
was thoroughly enjoyed by svryOfle.Then and 540
do not standing for talud cars
394 cars oranges
we mean
up the fun the "Charade"in ; Take my advice und put in an extra rood for the human race. Take good I answer YES!-in large lettersT
principle's sake we mean real stub came grapefruit, a total of 9Jcars! as
& bornness. Wo find that persons who which everyone took part. There hour of praiti every day. for <'0111' look nt him, form his urquamtmiit. II compared with a total of 957 cars the I worked prisoners two years and in
for this, and, th' iii ncemint will!! soon behere.Th" fur you will net-_him! .'again. all that time I did not have but one
have were I week. Florida
r yield to I iciHonabk requests, prizes g\c .. . .preluding J shipments'for
I -- -- -- -- punished. The
more fru-nuv l ate. more plejsnnt and winners >ere: Miss Shixkltv! tluirlult the st'llsonre 23,079 cars oranges man man ran away'
I pupils of the high school lime At The Tabernacle next day, he being assigned to a team
t comfortable to associate. with thin. Hperron : J piizi'; Li-onard Hciruk, th IUII, Ifi.04i3( ; cars grapefruit, a tot.ilof
who ads as if he \\ l.h..d to 1 o\'s juire ; Mac Winn, the girl's 1111.nprh'il'Jc", hut neverthelessthiy The Union Evangelistic Campaign :U9.142 cars." VAmerican .. far away from-the camp.I '
say "There's a chip ou my shoulder, I pLtt': ; and 1 1..i i7ie Mae Matherly, tilt w(')e "so dissatisfied' \ that they is daily gaming momentum. l/axt' I punished the prisoners in a way
1 dare to knock it off. This consolation prize. have: been givei /I new pi'ivilegehich Sunday night ojiejuf the lar pi'st udnoes Fruit Growers I I will tell you about later. I was

", son acts you as if ho uwns thi u per.>ild, After the charades, a white r R- t they do hot, II '.rn to like.! This pride V that t'\'foru"lIeant.I.,1, for worship Oilundo May 7.-The weekly cit- "whipping boas" for six month;' ,

[ V people say he !b "stuck up".. a 'd.I lik.pi" the Seniorti) class flower) was hidden 1 Uge is that th,')' tony have the sc'ioo 'in KilniiTii'e; gut\ he < in lH<' lu, revt'w.by: K. I. Skelly, as issued three months of the time there was

nobody but him"elf. Take this advice and the one' who found it won a pr'ZP. ground all to t!WDI.\"O.tI. from iowunt bite tent 'llu> sung, ""Mniv; ( .I-o\\,.. frum the office of American Fruit not a strap In the camp. The other
this il June fourth for the grumm.ii. 'round nr' fulliny.! but for the three I used it to sharpen .my razor.
.. I make iia'onablo concessions! as Janet (;Iia\ V often as po-sil'hIt' and bo a fi, 't,'i t! t i inu'I''H mws t 111'11' spiead" that the r'hOOl'Uc: Uon has I In"'mi. Do vnfl.nno '1 isho\\ers %ve p'cnd' : a ii.I) MS if in an- : Til. xxeiks' \ shipments of Florida And they seemed to.take pleasure in

everybodj th<.' world will n'ipi indnjo "<.:it-" win"' n.idv They were, nnd V theii fur M t lik '11( thtir IH>W' | s\\ii I to that p1tlon' ; heM-rjl. I imjiiiiis / '_ ulrus was approximately the same as doing it and for my part it was a

i <- \' \'ou iiiou.. Y...,.. frt n'lwill tlll't.) \ t tc. I bo jr"oil. Two 'on ;51 ix .lit ir. .VI"'t. it compi-Ts] them 1''zt.I. ( went f""Wllre! for )pruvei? ". I I'mni iI the week before, while California I pleasure i to work with them.
ii) iiii>the 11) "pith of ihool'] '* i(1.ilt \"i I I U'nttler'n of oh' l'l'v.1ti I II it I Did men run ?
V! _;V. V I ::11,. you. biiuuse: )'o\l>\i aie a nbles uiiJ an hour tanknt OP t !point showed an increase of about 460 cars, my away
U hport." Stick ur> for, and stand out of the oth) i' two tables were dccoratd i __ I :a ipptui that tilt cliiirihcH arc n'lI '! x.lnch is largely due! to the opening No, they did not despite !the fact

i y'. for a principle if one is mvt>led, hut with white rosest oath )platewu I 1\\01 l king in harmony and )pn'''eiit I inir ajvolnl of their Valencia season. Navels will! that they had ample opportunity to

VI.V in matters of taste and of nlIor" importance n 'T:11 'rtifical rose basket filleJ! Try your link\: at icn.img this: I 1, oat to the foes of riglitnni, I be practically exhausted after thiscek do so. At one time I had thirty-two CV

: don't be plain naili,hlystubborn with mints ad! almonds a popper 1 as I and 1'1 ad und I ifi nesx. and that meansicU>rAn '\'. :( \% however considerable stock'i 'prisoners and was the only guard on

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for (,\'t'r'lOne. At each Senior's placewas 'm max but i. and will be biIOXVMI rrgrnt/ MatterIt California vblencias are still reportedto balance negroes. The camp averaged '
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Only a few, more weeks until ('om- a small bo'
t i mencement and then-Bewaie'! (J >'e with n. II. S. on the front of it. of Europe to loving each\ other since ) quality indicating that this competition for three months, One of the white

,. i i:, pupils of the Music Department for The serving( was done bv four Fresh Oh.. Caesar, wh n you did depart. the }>\\if war and things: are in a very will not seriously affect Flori prisoners saved Polk county JW> a' i

; V your trial is near at hand. Miss men girls. Jeanctte Griffin, Julia Led- Whenclimate never varies. uni.>ettle
r Beals, Is patiently( ?) drilling the IK'tter. Ethel Owen an Margaret Why, in your haste did you forget ettfH with, long, twistt-d names Out Oranges!: Erratic !fluctuations with. laying out the road bed a guacd's Job., i
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numerous pupils that take part in her Waring. They were dressed. in black To take jour 'OI11I11l'ntarlea-Ex. I l look! like! fish-woiinn sprawling over' I n net decline of 50 to 75 (cents featured The Secret Ues la The Warden

i annual recital, preparing thorn for with gold aprons trimme4 in white I the map are in a ferment like a p nt the week's auction maikets, lie selects the guards ,And is responsible -

that great ordeal. This is nlwa>'s an roses. Miss Margaret Sigler president Father why are the students carrying !of cider on a hot day. The people of'Czechoslovakia however this is not to be taken seriously to a great extent, for/ what .

important event in good 1 old. O II. S., of the Junior class made a most their Looks to elites today?7 Lithuania, Bessara as the lighter movement to- they do. He should Impress on the

I and everyone is cordially! invite I to harming tnast-mistrcsn.I and many They never did it btfore." bia, Wallaihm, Ukrainiu and tho wards the end of the week will no guards: their duty to their fellow men, .

V I attend. The date will be announced end bright were the toasts given, "Thev have examinations today."- I' Man gai8 arc gtttmg along about UK doubt cause a "''responsive demand on make them realize that their prisoner I

:r I later. Much merriment was caused- by evrybody's Exchange.She peacefully an a rut and dog under a I next week's opening.Grapefru ;. I IK one who has fallen by the way-aide.
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1 being so excited they responded --- -- I Uvmhtub. l'relli.knt Harding has been :I( Auction prices II remained Captain C. G. Fletcher was my warden ,
In ;; to their - How clear the horizon ill this I working oxitimc to keep this country -
chapel toasts. Princi-
Monday morning we had own afternoon practically steady, one well-known as good a man as ever held a
C I. with us, Mr. Mills the song leader pal Shaver and Mr. Katz, chairman I out of the shindy and quiet those I brand reaching new high levels for hand over prisoners.: II.' had hisTS

c, for the bilrl'vival that U now going of the school board, gave helpful. 'He"-Ex"Yes' I just swept<< it with my distracted folks, and that's nil light, Ihe season. while ordinary grades short-comings just as you and I have

II' on here. lie lead the devotional exercises talks. As the soft golden moon rose (V>e. j but there is another matter that is I 1, continued to meet an indifferent re- but he had the right idea about how

I and then gave us a very interesting lowly over the limpid waters of Teacher-V'uiat's; -the- plural of V pressing: for settlement that will require cptlon. F. o. h. inquiry remains strong to handle the men under sentence.

J talk telling us of a Booster lovely Lake Tohopekaliga Miss I. -it- child ? ; even more tact and dlplomaC''j with somewhat higher prices ruling. The first thing for a guard to learn

p Chorus that he in going to organize ncr bade us all a happy good m..rn- Jimmie-Children. than the European
V& which will consist of all of the chil ng. It was the day after! Mrs Teacher-Correct. :Now what" is jug a domestic matter must be attended lencias and grapefruit whkh are confined they should do unto you. This I

4V dren including the small (children Makinson, in it few appropriate 1 the plural of baby. V' to at once. The p"idf'ntI chiefly to the Ridge section, will consider very important. If you wanta
V\ the middle-IIi zed children and the dignified words. bade all a last farewell and Jimmie-Twins. should be advised l that immediate cc- practically all be shipped by the laig- dog toi follow you. snap your finger ,

children under twenty years of this most lovely party came to an II V :..tinn.i necessary that the people\ will fer marketing agencies which .should at him and he will wag hut tall as if

age. Let's all Join the Booster Chorus. end. Fl'Ohh I to Fresh II-And how are no longer; tolerate delay that he insure a judicious distribution and the to way "If you are my friend, show .

ii FOR SALE -- you getting; along. l being away from | "hould use both army and navy if careful grade and pack so necexsaryto it!" Give n kind word and a rmile. i
The most modern improved Teacher-"What was the largest mamma for so long;? | nee( ssarv to bring about a better un- hold the interest of the trade to and will have dog '
you a on
t voices of the French claMs who proposition ever undertaken 1" I Fresh II Fine. .lOIlctlfldiflgbOtW5cfl Mutt and Jeff i your
hare their I can put on my : |the end of the season. bunds. The dog of course does not
completed course of sing Student-"Wheeling, West Virginv soi-ks fiom eithci' end '.
now fulane. understand
I word but Instinct :
ing the;Marseillaise.itUyinVAYH .. the Ohio river." n"I'OnTM .SlCCESSCAIUiACFXS m1OWING your 'j
Ex.j
'" v on II ullal>a II o. 395,962 FORDS ARE DELIVERED causes him to go by the sound of your \
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; AT ALASKA STATION .
_ h _ ._. I IN U. &INFIRST. _. QUARTERSales voice. .Get the idea? Kindivess is.
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; V V I ji-: .: ..... AND TAXEs I ida taxed at two dollars per acre contributes friends back--- -in the--corn-growing-- - .The from gTOWiflWOfC1IIJIae1.fI1 seed maturedat'a neighbor.quantity -* of Ford cars and truck in great more than thing force and will and uceosnpliah'mach-brytality.. If. V

V ?' ,1 j I ,$1.80, or approximately 1 states, but it was looked i the United States alone for the first dog will respond to kindness how"n1uch
'It; %; (Tampa Tribune) upon as aventuresome i ing experiment station' isureported., t* ,
cent per acre to county engineering quarter of 1923 reached the 'enormous ,
", )Undertaking with'l'I' more will' human : I
) V a being r-
the United States depaitment of :
1E hear iafr
Y" you some! uninform.. work. doubtful total of 296,962 the sales '
-5 greatest '
: outcome In dollars and cents, spend* If there Is
ed" 0 .,1if&fiilIy& ignorant person cry.t{f )}Wheu the average Florida 'businessman Then the state riculture \>y. the .federal/'agrictilturul reeord.In the hlstoi y of the Ford Mo- any'placejn.theworld
agricultural which
oat a O.t"the added the exJ'l'I'IOIft1t" experiment station .*t, Fairbanks in a man or a woman tppreciafes >
weight to
smokes fifteen heburnujiUio for similar
a cent. cigar station began the: tel'. Company a period QfmODth. kindness
: developmentof : it U in
2dcgrees'of -a.prison
taX b ttcnvhich Alaska. 7Bofh'"tationa are wit1iine :
.
road; building jfives.: "
hJgb..ataX of Abe.,average strains 'of x-otn adapted to North .' This i is anvjncrease- of 135 tamp (where ther.a the
V Tak kthecountry] over highway taxpayer for seven day*.' Dakota *Ii il alt -. taxes 4s thanyiSipercfnt .r the The as soon .Seeds -of'other Vegetables> az4.crops out.Try i it And 'pe.; I'say
next time you are imposed to as results warranted it, the ; year whenFord ,retail deUveric's. totaled to the warden and
county have
] guards,
total d.ln; : Ui about kick on road building because of the havojbeen ,successfully produced. p 168.600.t' .' your,
tlHl chETp agents f"ullo1IdIi'jth dcmohKtrationk the interior of the 'T rltot'y.. Tunvp f V rules. and t stand bv them.' An ene
a cigar .
M week. "added tax burden" it entail, think in cultivation.and seed ,Selection.inl-, L Even theselatupendoui'! figure! do knows "gee" and "h ..,** .. Dias
Boa t> been rtspdnsibJe, of..these .ctaL..aDd seed especially$ of the :&rariety Pet-inot the _, \nrJ.i.
,then when theproper.thn.'totnt'1I indicate number of-sales
I. :iht preasinJl;.iOn the farmer the importCance orier will :tell wont '
you tha. all'
for b of thetotal V rowskl, is &roWneVIn' large:quantityeachryearv '0 f : toa
1. ,
in* : tout and1 add of corn: .In his cropping system. V whIch could have been made bad pro feelings of ,
ereaa xea sine-1910; and do- your' voice"and vote to.thd..l' : arden peas of-the .va- .duction" facilities been humiliation. puttlnC'Oft;; ,
,
your not only greater. Every I.
as a feed but as th'e
iDg' all a means riety Alaska have been reproduced stripes for the first time. He becomes -
,, highways taxes:r-velopnwnt of jour state through the for month dealer requirements have been
woW ut Jit. tie more thai offset the extension and lettering of its weed.'AncJ'conserving moisture controlling" 1 for. ajnumberof:; years" ,and. tbrouC'hseeel ''far In excess of the accustomed. to them In a. fewdays. .. "\ P1w
,grow, improving' the soil. During gompanaenanufacturing .' ....I
\ineie4: th other "takes., during the' ing selection at least two. weeks have Keep him around "elo'tocamp
> ability For dealers'orders
Vrq4.systern. the last few May
past year. V ,tf 'j" : yearn tho productionof been gained in t'arlmess of produc or in camp during that time, ,
j' : '' ' V V 5
I . reached l the
..In 1921, the total cost of all county V puis,.- GROWN AS/ A 'o.iy&IUGCROPIN .I creased.corn In in 1921 the state has rapMly In- tion. Paraley,:carrots, parsnips radishes :,.--300.000 Ford cars and enormous trucks.figure. of apply-the method I have advised and ,** r
to reports
according { and varieties of Annual you willhave d life-time friend.
engineers and .
assistants- 'was one BECOMES many : '
half oi r V N. DAK.N to the United States department of flowers seed abundantly in t.he'lnter-' i 'Following the expenditure of mil- Now ask How did I punishthmf a,
V- per cent of all the taxes. ..{. j North lions .of dollars for new machinery.expansion .me
agriculture. '
Dakota fanners .. ?
r.Th ior. Smooth brome lleed.r abundantly V
/average citizen who pays f 100. I t rllAn'y ; grass of
growing units and
eosNorth I manufacturing
in taxes, pays, fi.fty.eenti toward the Jn Dakota years ago planted some 18,000 acres.with tested and 1 ounce of hardy 'alfalfaseed enlargements In ever' human there are two beings
of
was A seed assembly plants 'Ia'
a novelty. while the necessary
corn, reports fer 1922 -
i county1: :engineer's office.' few .Medicago falcuta secured from an inner man and an outer man.
V A section acres were planted by an occasional show over 50,000 acres- planted with the South Dakota experimentstation to maintain the exacting high The ontor 'man ia reflection of the
quarter of lajul, in For* standards a
farmer with of
Ford
seed! received from tested II.d. manufacture
. .. . production inner
.
'" '. V in 1911 has been reproduced untilt.hre onan both by words'and deeds. ti
-- -; - -. .. hm been gradually increased I.
V mtfrc than a'Viozen Get hold of the ii.
- are now inner man by always ,
; Y. --- -- - '-- - --- since the first of the 'until
atl
_i Jf .. \ : acres of this!! crop at the Fairbanks I year keeping him under obligation to you. I '
the
: Is ;
'V'Ji present operating '
company on ,
- '" J1R ;t .. :10",,>" "'_ V .. station and l cnmdderable plantingselsewhere. .!I la schedule !Lo excess of 6,500 ( Punish. the inner man -not the outer :

V ... '& V : V ".. ".Ji< kelcttion made from a I I od mm and trucks day mah. how? By taking his privileges J

: ".. ... 'sample! of a few ounces of ,Spring W9iiU> reservation a 'amPlet-1 away from him. For 'Instance, if a ,
r. ........ 4 wheat received from Siberia'in 1141has' "'I now Man on a team does wrong take the <
I" put on vpredictions .
r proved '110, weU adaptc'd to the would .esm ;sw v from him and rtjf:' him i

F 1 f .t,: ; f'Fairbanks' area htat about 175 acres trucks year produced see in 3.000.000 the United cars States and .back ,with pick and-shovel for a few d' 7s

wer .sown to this one strain in 1922.: j days.. There are a) thousand different!
demand 'j
fi _ n n .,. i, increasing; for Ford products- w.ya't: inflict punishment. In exircme .
) . I T - - ;- - -- -- WUJ. indications\ are, keep produo- ,

. '. 666 cures MalariaChills and Ition 1ft :00 pacity'ra te for the remaind- c.-ases. put the .shackles on for

: . I 't-J. (>f the year. bring it well over the cnvday or oven t three-days." This giveshim .., j

: .1 Fever Dengue or RiiousFever. ; million and a half mark January I II II Ij time to tuedrtale.' N
next. maintaining the established I have loaned! my knife to many C
It the I ,
destroys
germs prisoners have
Ford and never asked then

: I -- 1 I I many cars l'rentagLof and trucks producing an all other usI what.they =wanted with.it. Please'_ .
; '
munuf.ictnrers combined. lilltt'n'to this: I .did not lose a knifduring <' ii'Si

1 LrI t' .. S. " the two yearn I wns. In tho- ,
iiti
I RUBBING JT IN (camps What does that mean CON

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riDRNCK! Confidence is. H great 1'"I
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,I I I Los: Angeles Times) thing ''and *o I say: to tht guard'corifh'ienee" ,-. "IHI

Th' "pomp and irrernony attending your men, regard then, !

.1 V USE V ,, V i( the opeuing' { of Parliament probably uggestiona.. sympathize with _them-:'
'attracts more attention In the House and they will tIIta'wttJl'YflU 4111 .Lakn -:-
i "Watch'0verland SAN 11MW DAiRY COGSV of Lords than do the words of the ()echobee freezes over. Burn "P 0I a

: ", ci MILK 1 ICECREAM [ King's speech but the last address and destroy all .the l leather-tin:" the

. j front George V. delivered' some' Urn worjd. One gunrd can keep flftf.prisoners Icci
V V ago, contained 110 interpolation such and* t good fl'lulb.iI.1m: V
Attention is riveted g .
upon Overland ns'iJt goes' V .i' 4. t as was once made. in a speech from n preache?'or". f'rl'l'hernn but I cia

V V* : \ irresistibly a atk.ead in . the thi one by. George IV. do' believe ia holding '* manup, in :
: thcgreatcsty.Farbf:; its.liistory.' jt.ii. "serted that when lid was helping him tovretain Ms dignity and
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'm' The enthusiastic"phrasc"Watc1i '."" ,, regent, c;orge IV/mmJ a hot with. hill 'nanoodey ; though jfyouftneHi Sra,
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{. : :-' : Richard Stieridan.tlba UramatinU that i% a'fJlrillglIip': V ralthHol t'-'an"'LOT5thrtest'of.thmse l I.

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J. Advertlentsil 'i Ceamty.1st the' State County off JiutKe's Florida.Conrt4 .;STATE kAJUCBTINO' *. --&fC..iND.: ; :0TBSBTHINC8By ;

tat, 01 ,Johaple Roberta Bronson. .' Red" *" .

.. ..4.e. e."i..... Minorr Notice Is hereby Irlven"1' alt 'whote\ I ,. B ss. t >' i 9-r r i s ,

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It may concern that I. Mary, D. Another exoxtoa. 'of boutlfarn, ne.prroes .
Nome ossfArrsnsvsitin .u.1IIo son ae Guardian of Johanle Graatiand 'Rica says .y
-- 4s underway the north. X-
..o.u.of Bronson.; a Minor will on the Bro.-I "After allJust .-
the Circuit th."B.ven of Mar, A. D. id, apply to the bor'is-reported scarce In the Indus playing. out this "
ienth Judicial Circuit of the State'pi able T.-L. Comer Judge of the trial the city with iU 'attrao- -game- -
Florida: In and for Oeoeola County* Inhanoerf Judge's Court Klsslmreee, In said centera1 ,Ana several more verses which, IALAIlTrY
: It. D.' Gina Complainant,, County at Ten> O'clock A. i/L, or .. tiona per wages .than on the arouse.the same thoughts. +
iersus Walter C. Ba., .t al. Respond. soon thereafter a. the matter can b. farm mayaccount for it. This ta .
rA.ftor'.u. isnt it the that
Ints. Foreclosure Notice Is hereby '' matter of southern farm game y
heard.-for authority to sell at prlvat. concern .
final than the ? Don'ty.u
liven that pursuant to a deore Sale the- undivided "one-sixth Interest counts more score
Entered, In this cause on the let day olliar. of Johnnie Roberta Bronson. a Minor i, ers. feel better if you play your best",
A .D. flit I shall offer for sale In the following described real estate and lose than If YOU indifferently
pubSle Grape of Florida play -
End sell at outory for cash In In amid County.towiU growers can get: .
and to the highest bidder at the front All of Quarter information about disease and insect and win? Would you enjoy the

loor of the Court Hou. In Klsslmmee. (811:%) 'ot Section Thirty-three enemies of,'grape nines by writing to possession of" the things you have

>sceola CountyFlorida In June ampbNng, on the the Ar.tondar' 4th (SS). and Fraotlona, Section Thirtyfour ., the State Experiment Station at fought for if they had come easily J '

June 113. during'' the legal six (II) (14)South In Range Township TweDt.laej Twenty* Gainesville 'and asking' for Bulletin A parable-The Man had sought

hours of sale, the following -d..crlb.d'rop.rty .(29) .. No. 35. F. J.' Zimmerman of Tampa long and 'ardenU'for a certain costly ,
situate In Oeeeola County., Jewel. 'H. had been it several JOHN
Also: Fractional Section'ti says: "Adapted bunch .grownin near
andf grapes
Florida.. to-wlti Thr.. (S) all of Section Four times but It had eluded his grasp.
Florida' three six
.-... .. AI' 'ripenfrom. to
((4), except the TJouth half (B", ) ot '
'Lots One ,11) Two (I) Three (I) the Southwest quarter (SW'*). ofTownship weeks earlier than grapes grown He had fought. long and persIstently. 0AV15?'
and _Four (4)) In Block Klght (I) Twenty-seven S7) South elsewhere in the country and thus and had endured much hardship only
of the South Florida. Railroad Com Range Twenty-nine (It) Kast. to meet with repeated failure. One
have the advantage of an exclusive
pany'a Survey of the Town of KI. .
Which will be based
application upon day a Stranger approached him on 9K i iE
slmmee City. Florida, according to the Petition for sale now,on file In said market and bring fancy prices for the
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the Official Plat Of said Addition Court. fruit which is placed on the market the street and presented him with the .
on file In the office of the Clerk of Dated thls 10th day of April A. D. Identical Jewel which he sought, ..,)- t.
from May to the middle of July. """ .
the Circuit Court Osceola Coun. j
1/27. whereupon be assaulted the Stranger e e.t
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ty. Florida.D.ee,4ptl.... Ms' KRIBBS eV STEED MARY P. BRONSON Guardian., S. W. Hiatt district agent of the the Jewel. { ya .X14;: ;.. \

All of Fractional Section Thirty- Bollcltors for Quardlan. 11-11 Florida Agricultural Extension Service Moral-IC isn't the result that Is .. 1Iw [11
Three (IS) lying; North of ShingleCreek '. "'-'.
says there is money in raising important. It'. the game.Ain't !ig,: ] ""
It ) theltraotlonal
(as now runs '
Is Clrevlt Cevrt. State ef Klerlda,.
r.8 peanuts. There is too in pea- it the truth T ": : .
North half of .....t..t... Judicial Clresjlt. 018 money f- o'1a1'reaWentlarttdarkbolllarg.e
lion In Town.hlp Twenty-rive,(t>) . ...tF. 10 C.I'). nuts in roasted form when the consumer 1
South of Range Twenty-nine. (21East ) Charles IL Orantham. Complainant, gets a little handful at the fruit 84 SEPARATE EARTHQUAKESFELT
14S moat always :lie i etIIIIdt1en4 '..... t,
Containing aore. more' vs.Ola stafor five cents at the rate of IN U. S. DURING 1922 .. *
or less.Jnder -, K, Qrantham, Defendant ' : .
Aforesaid the, the term. of the final descrlb.decree. It pt'iiI'.1edbyin: .v appendedto about fifty cents a pound. During the calendar year 1922 84 Among puUUbsrs and rumen many lessen sae In Dr. Albert haw:'

rd r.rop.rtrabove sold first the the aboveetatedcause The United States of separate earthquakes .strong enoughto editor and publish of eYI.ot!nsvJowa.strooc tadtModtmt
a. that Ola B. dranthem, tho defendant department )
lo satisfy the amount due under .theSecree a nonresident agriculture report. on April 1. be) felt by the unaided senses were 1C..NI. _,"|ldate. 'I*. .$ tnuvMttonaity known, and aaIdeI
and the property described a. of the r'd:: and Is a total of 1,030,238,000 pounds 1923.of) reported from different parts of continental : from his -dominate, : literary fosltlon' be U
described not be a..old Description unlesshe.aId'property resident of Douglas, Georgia that sin a frozen and cured meats in storage in United States. farmer ?a1'?"anti "P ratln,.two ''blc,/...... see In'Ne'Tort and

A does not bring a sufficient .um Is r.Yeh the to age ordered of twenty-one that the years'it said: this country compared with 1,174- These occured chiefly In Californiaand ,oo#'In Vlrflfila. In'l>emot'ratJc ranks,
to pay the decree.. Including costs. non-resldent defendant be and she U 599,000 aa the five-year in a section of the Central States .glnia' former Amtledor.to. KnjrUnd. U looked upon with favor asa
This the Sad day ELLIS'of May.F. DAVIS.A. n ISIS hereby required to appear to the bill Pork leads in quantity. Of average.frozen with scattered disturbances in various 'dsrtl.b rae """H?'** ''Mr. Dam u DOW attontej ,for sis*.Associatedrf.
of filed In said '
complaint cause on or 1.ne.'and Y.'nH..HAROLD -, aHimo
Special Master. In Chancery. before Monday: the 4th day of June, A. poultry 94,920,000 pounds comparedwith other states. Earthquakes of reported -
K HI BBS A. STEEl. 14 181, otherwise the allegations of the five-year average of 65,847- Intensity of 6 or greater on the _. -
Bollcltors for Complainant. Sl-4t said bill will be taken as. confessed by 000 pounds. Of' butter and adapted Rossi-Forcl scale but not accompanied
eggs
.ald defendant. M. SIMMONS.. D.
A. MORRISON.
demage -- .
appreciable
by occurred -
NOTICE OF MASTKR'S BALR. It Is further ordered that thl. order cheese the quantity was much less i'resident. Vice Presldsnt Sea. dk Treas.
be published once a week for Fourconseeullve than the five-year average.A in Arizona on June 15-17; in
Notice I. hereby given that under andy weeks In the. Klsslmme California January 31, February 5, Best Fertflixers lawctiddts Sftajm PsfJUy S......

virtue of a Judgeeof of the foreclosure Seventeenth . al plaid Gazette, a newspaper. publishedIn sick man in New York had eleven March 10 and 16, June 16, August 18, Honest Goods Fair Prices Presspt SJaI.-t '
made by the County and State
Judicial Circuit of Florida. In -This ISth day of ApriL IMS different doctors recommended to September 6; in Illinois, March 22- Ask Tear.Nelghbor-II. Knows e

snd for Osceola County, In a certain J. I. OVEHSTHKKT.: : him by friends. lie visited them an' 23; in Indiana January 11; in Kentucky "GET LATEST PRICELISTS "
rause therein pending wherein George Clerk Circuit Court each found a different disease and Inall March 22-23; in Missouri BEFORE BUYINQ.
V. Fox was complainant and J W (Circuit Court Seal.) prescrip March 22-23 in 31 E. Q. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jscksoavflla
tiller. Jr., as Administrator of the estate Lt W. NELSON. was given forty or more ;: Oregon January ; FWUa
of J. W. Miller deceased Marlon Solicitor for Complainant. 10-51 tions. Copies of these prescriptionsare in South Dakota January 2; in New
lie Miller. Oscar Bass, also known asHtull printed in connection with the York. December 8; and In Tennesseeon

Bass, J. M. Duncan ae Trustee In MASTER'S SALE magazine story of his excursion along March 22, 23, and 30. '
Iliankruptoy of the estate of Hull Bass,
TThe fit. Johns Cattle Company. a corporation Under virtue of .decree of doctor's row. The earthquake January 81 was PAINTING PAPER HANGING DECORATING
and George W. Mann, weree.pondentL foreclosure and sale rendered and entered of marked Intensity but the epicenterwas
I. as specIal| Master appointed on July ISth ItSS by the Hon. Dock Raising is the title of Farmers apparently in the, Pacific ocean,
In said' (,.u... Have takenba..e Charles O Andrews, Judge of the Circuit Bulletin No..697, revised to 1923, off the California' coast. Widespread PIERCE & KENTON''
of and will offer for sale beforethe I Court In and for Oeeeola County, de-
Court House Door In Klsslmmvo, Florida. In Chancery In a certain just issued by the United States ,' shocks occurred on March 22 in Arkansas KISSIMMEE t

Florida, during the'legal hours of sale,i cause In said Court pending Therein partment of agriculture, Washington: Illinois, Indiana Kentucky
an Jun.- ld.W-MI.. to the highestjind John Wilson. Edwin R. Wilson and O. D. C. It is suitable for general use Missouri and Tennessee on March 30 A POSTAL CARD WILL DO
:
best cash, the following A. Lemmon as Kxeoutors of the last, sent free.

'ounty.described Florida real to-wit estate Allot In Oeeenla the. deceased will and testament ware complainants of Thomas, and"Wilson Arthur and copies are Tennessee In Illinois; and Kentucky on November Missouri,26 and in __. _ _.. _ _"'_'h _. _ ____ __

B! of X:Wit, and the NW % of MB14! i& Done an.Pat Johnston. Klsslm- The State Marketing:: Bureau has Kentucky Tennessee, Illinois, Indi-
nd fractional NEIL of NEH4: of Section mee Cattle Company, Gus Noyes and had requests for its biennial report: in- '1T
II. Town.hlp 11 South Range 10 East, WilliAm 8. Potter were defendants, the from nearly every state and from, ana; but all these were of slight
and also the UK of NW'*. and HW* undersigned' will offer for .ale and sell countries. The interest tensity. BASS :CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
nf NBK of said Section 1C Township to the highest and best bidder. for cash. several foreign ,
IS South. Range 10 'East, and being the In front of the Court House door In in marketing problems is spread-
name land. conveyed to the said J W Klsalmmee. Florida. between the legal ing over all the world. A TWICE-TOLD TALE. CONTRACTORS 1
filler by L. II. Cohoon .t us. Oct. C, hours of sale, on the 4th day of June, AND BUILDEKSN.
fie Ira et .. May April ItSS. the following deeorlbed real estate Statistics announced by the national
|1.11.. James K. Hllilerdet me, situate In said Osc..ola County WOOD BRICK STONE
7th 117. and Myrtle LAarhtsey, et vlr, Florida to-wlf: automobile dealers' association One of Interest to Our Readers ,
eh 11th. 1.1 deeds recorded res All of Sections eighteen (11). twenty show that 35.333 automobiles were STEEL STUCCO b
ectively In Deed Books IS page IS (10). twenty-two (SS), Iw..ntyel..btII stolen in 28 principal cities of the Good news boars repeating and ,
look "Bit. page ID*, Book t.. paces ( ) and thirty (10); all of ....ctlontMrtyt..o' F. BASS JACK BASS
after
comparedwith when it is confirmed long
** and 196 In the office of the Clerk of (II) except the Northwest United States in 1923, as a 322 Street 518 SpronI Arena
.the Circuit Court of Osceloa County, : quarter of< the Southeast quarter of 37.554 in 1921. The total of the lapse of time, even if we hesitate to Royal
Florida to all of which reference Is saM section; and all of section thirty whole country is estimated at over believe it at first hearing, we feel secure J
here made, all of .Id lands lying and four (l<),-nil being In Township SS 60,000 automobiles stolen during the In accepting its truth now. The
elng In Oeeeola County Florida Deed South n. ar. SI Knet.
at cost of purchaser JOHN S. CADEL:; year or about 1,000 a week. following experience of a Kissimmeeman ;

LEWiS OnRTAN.Special Sl-St Special Master In Chancery. Is confirmed after many years.J. J. W5.. T,h'ompsosz.' ;
Master In Chapoery.PJ.EDOBR Some flocks of hens do not get'the I B. Dillard 212 Emmett street, V
*. DAVIS NOTICE) OK ADMIWIBTBATfllX wonF1NAL'DI.CIAROE really need for
water
II-tt I amount of they say: 1 was laid up for eleven
ollclters for Complainant.
:- __ I the body maintenance and egg pro-. months with rheumatic pains and the .

In the Circuit Court for the Seventeenth I. .... c..e. ......,.....,."..... sea KI' duction. Wben one dozen medium physician| said my trouble was 5t4 re sutsT a.,. Ucoised.,fmcfal-Directer: !

Judicial Circuit of the State of glories.In .., .".' ......... , 5..tr.In sise eggs contain about one pint of' aroughfvn by'the disordered condition : I _
I and ,for Osceola County.. .Ialll..a.1 - of the bodyweight -_- A Slsr.er.J/araA.lle..J.r.1s.I.; .U'frH .
and 66
William the ltstat i of H. n.Ma1loydeeeasedNOTICBJI8 : water percent of my kidneys. I was In bad he
iDepler.' Plaintiff, vs. O. ". "- < HEAEBi<-a1VkN. 4a vail, is water it -is important thata >> could be. I took almost ,Au Purses ,
n.y. Defendant Damages fl4>...*. Nohtlee ; shape as anyone Sf... .A.....
of JsjBtltBtlon of Salt .and Sum whom it may aoaoere r theten tha.19th. quantity of good fresh clean water kind .,f medicine the doc '
every .
day ot' &ay./4. P. >ats>,J ahalliisipplytss : the ICl..1 RIP 'F..I ABhliid Siniei it CiR 4
of of }
mon. Appear. The State. JI'Iori4ato a'JloDo..le.-1'...... Comer. ( should be' in front them as tor prescribed but didnt ret n ultl. TIM" !
juSge,
I William Q. Kennoy, No. .OeAe. .eriIcan of water cannot be over esti-, OtaoeiS4. : "ltil4eaai'y/l, t."ii
hate a of said"Court, as J'Ud..et. Probsiteformy value II began using Doan's KldneyPillsand : ; : .pBOMEa, ; .
"
Mlohlgaaoe l 4s t b.r.by.gtvvenrtaa4, to-oen-..i. ,' of ffco flnal eetato Ndlschsrge., III. 1>.as,M Administratrix 1loy d........, mated. _____ "they" brought Deans'good -reaaits .'and
me'feel
| made
- six boxes' of '
'i
cod that at '.l\t Bassettjni wlusent - is get- I
? department
ja4he 'The postofflcc
'attachment Institute
bjr was my final accounts .. Admlalslratnx -. much -better. .1 hop in time to be
[above entitled. Court Bald forth cans The beingentltl.4 suit of said Restate. and. ask tots.Ir tins'ntieaI.t.1111W1r..1tO.u.: i ge. entirely eared through the use ..rDoan' ; : ' / :, .
above set approval. ,,- i, ,S stamps from'on et .B>*OI I five dollars :'\' I ooI !;{ "i >
recommendthem. .
tke14 Wll.Ilam
mb tbb Inerc and I willingly ,
..(. I \
lwj SSnd. A. I> without duplicating portraits as <
.DII." 'n t .1 BI U. DatedOMWD iDtoHl.et ." ::, r t."'t1'
.
'" MAUX> ; > .
wittil4hi aeriesT '
.
_
Plat o1 *be prscnt
to the J i. the ease \ : : .:, :
loa of eai.mes Par I. lf.1l"'y -. pMhtlWetrairll.( the most artisticwr I _The above statement ,was !given :
are
Mo The new stamra May, 28. 1914! and on March 13 l 22.MrjDBlaid ;.
!
,
kf: dole nty.. 4: tOy"IC/ T isawd. 4lM TOW 2centstamp,: -S,
Os K.'i'. .J. Midi "Dean's Kidney Fills
-i- : 'teaI4' .
..=,3 at' ap ': .a114 Ab. 1 1 less already appeared.
..Qw.r' .4V .,. 0ki.U il have n ver failed. prompt'
loll 1pereok.l 7aaarly : tonne I
:
"' ''-Nmewl 5'\\ eat: t ',I. j' Potato Production in the South Is'Ah : relief torn kidney d I.always (

wage*! I aBS>iasJyitachlne'l. Its .' r.. of.w.;.C. I teed. tttte of en recommend them. X
1 pla-1'} | i lMyrros>,aid t let. Mrarm To Crepe the United Stitesdepartmentuef SOc, atalldealers.. FosterMilburnCo
issued by :
"n >U *e>ats located am 4 . 1206.
one II.'Ye naricultur WaahlnfjfD. .. 'Mfnu.rBmTalo.Jf. Y. .
t .alt.a i "jP
[ realILast" -.y&; t rc4" taiq.arter. ...! ...:..4 U M .sags pptbn . r1a1d &..oQo\ ."'C. It contains 40 pages and,' Call D'RB-

| flectionI .'> lot. UW.711pt -tie! "d ..one ta4u1.0' n.Ie nt. srbiI 22 uut tlOII.. I IHealth' TO. HATE FEWER
.8Ya-
we 01 .. ,..4mao9 >... eh..gp or 'EAR WORMS ON CORN
al. It a.and. ;
yell +.a..n- krK
I ee .. C u .p yr- 'For School Children- 'I

Ton Bre'herefcjappearIn. ., 'alJ pimme' .. c C\h. C lor'H4y tolb gently Issued ,by the United States Are you thinking of growing COI'II' .

th eft' e..e31 eatt.e ea .. sand. ..tend AemlaiM4t,- 14 Bureau of Education Washington D. this year, either as a garden or aa a
.
Lae JuiyxX '' "" .wtb ,
the daJ'; D.-' '
I ness -the Honorable C. 0. Andrews .s estate hereof.:.wUp. la tWq yopj..4lgm ,theldate, C., is a most valuable document. It field crop? Areou making anyplans

[ Judge of the ......Co.re.aodmyeaat.a ;: . Dated M.tcb.27th. "tr.. '192$. is report of the advisory committeeon to prevent loss to this crop :
Cleric: thereof on this the Sth day ofAp..I..D. WALTER: c..of'BABII. AdmKte t. : health education of the National from the ....-worm.? If not now is i-
I U,.. J. L. Overstreet. 1 1 Klesltnmee.. Florida.In Council. Copies can be time to preventing this.
.| ( : *" " ; had from, the superintendent of publications trouble says Prof. J. R. Watson entomologist ) '
Johnston A. Garret" '.v> County.the County Florida.In Judge's the' Court.Matter Oeeeola Of the Government Printing Office of the Florid -. pertmeDt .

| Coun.e1.1o. Oonn>.talrtaBt.1910t. estate of Henry W. Corl deOaetod.! Notice Washington D. C., at a cost of station ; ii

of Application for Dlscharjrn' of lOc each, and is worth many times This insect is the most injurious of :
NOTICE or AMMUir'ATioBf s) handled from T
RAVIKYINU GSIAHTKHAMRNIIMUNTSTU CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given' by: the price. The subject is the pests of corn. 'The e*;irs .
TIIW OHAHTKItOK the undersigned, ne executor of the estate from every angle well classified and which the worms hatch are laid mostly k
TUB TOWN OF KISSIMMKHI of Henry W.-Corl. dseeased thaton fully indexed. Every teacher should in the silk of the ears by a yel :

.. the Dth day of June. 'A. D. ,IIU, theundersigned have a copy. lowish-gray moth. The young worms M
hi. final
will present report
I TO ALL WHO1IT MAY CQNCERN 4o the Judge of the above Court eat first the silk and gradually make
Notice. Is hereby given that the City and ,apply for,1I'a' discharge .. Executor The Unites States department of their way into the ear. If the corn '
Commissioners of' the City of Klsslm-. and the release of his bondsmen agriculture Washington D. C., has grows slowly they will have time ta
'; mee, will) apply to the Legislature of from further liability on the Kxeoutor's issued some new Farmers' Bulletins large of the ear before ,.
consume a part
the State of Florida at Its eemilon to Hond executed by them This the Snd
be held In the year nf A. D ItSI. for day of April. A. T>. 1BZS sent free as follows: No. 450, Some it reaches the roastlng-ear stage.
iipeclal Or local act ratifying) approy. ALBERT DIRKKNDOrtF.As Facts About Malaria; 602 Productionof But. if it is forced to grow rapidly.

Ing adopting and confirming Charter Executor of the estate of Clean. Milk; '.701.; i3agworm; an Injurious It will reacH this stage before the "SO the People May Know"
Amendments voted on by the oltl- Henry: W. Corl deceased Shade Tree Insect 710
ins at the.rleclion.h.Id In said City on the Counsel for $xecutor. 17-10t Bridge Grafting; 932 Rodent Pests and eating ability. ,
Mlxteenth day of December A. D. IUI, on the Farm; 948. The Bag Doll Seed Therefore, to materially reduce the d
amending the Charter of said Town of NOTtTM OF KI.KCTKIN Garden
The
Tester 959 'Spotted the
Klaslmmve City and In. and by the ; damage from thin insect make The Valley Gazelle's desire proposed special bill will provide thmt Notice I. hereby 1II'1".nh"t an elictlon Slug; 975, The Control of European corn grow fast. To do this, proper print all the news all the time, but '
cud amendments. as recorded th will be held In Special Tax School Foulbrood; 977. Hay., C.PIII' 984 Farm fertilization, good cultivation and irrigation unltsi items are sent in byphone, j ti
office of the Cleric of Circuit Court of District No..4. otherwise known a. the and Home Drying of s and Vegetables if dry are neeel ry. / .
,
a year ,
,
the County or Osceola. and State of Klsalmmee. School District on the Slat the card or letter we cannot hope to get
Florida, ,pursuant to the provisions of day of May A. D. 1811. at the Wlllson ; 1191 Cheesemaking on This is the time to begin fertilization! It all. If yon know of any item of
R. O. 8.. 1961. shall: be taken and accepted Building, to determine who .b..tI..rve Farm 1198 Swarm Control; 1247 and cultivation. Start the crop right news The Valley Gazette will be very
as the amendments so adoptedand *fl school trustees of skid district for American Moles as Agricultural Pests and keep it right; do not let up. glad to print it. .
In 'and by said }'all eclal bill will the two years next after the election and as Fur Producers; 1250, Green
further provide that the proceed- of mills of district
-
and to fix the number
Inimwith reference to'tho.: adoption of --school t..x. to be levied and collected Manuring; 1310 The Corn Earworm. Acquitted Club, Society Lodge; Church or

said charter amendments shall be and annually for the said two years bad Judge--Sam, there's more uses fora School notes; people coins away or
are valWlat.dk approved an4 confirmed The following persons are hereby American shipyards 236 steel than to shave with. A razor coming back; marriages, deaths er r
tta day. of D: MXrch A. .D. appointed to serve as inspectors .and ships under construction ,April 1. razor d.lton.building '
birth. items concerning
,
: to ,
IMS. : elerkat'said election is a dangerous weapon carry
.. A. a G1ltnl>IRT. H. N, Bratton, J. Mcl hatter. B.O. 1923. Germany in:1922 constructed around. operations, real estate d.....
'H, .M< PE'11ttS01J8. Vnns Agnew,. Inspectors; 8. It. tupfer 1,353 ships or 64 percent! ,more thanin Sam---Bat, jedge dl. razor ain't no neighbors moving in or going out, and
Q. -W. Jr. clerk. 1921. In fact that will make The
1/-/t. By: order...Beard of Pubilo .lftatru- .. -i dangerous razor; it am a safety' anything to it ,
Gazette latereatlag *
lion, Oeceols County,, Florida-April S, An endurance dancing-4 erase is' rator.->-Tiger. Valley more

t :1oTICLfOFl $1ICI'19N t' Attest.:***' *. 1s. W TCATZ.Chairman.C. .W..piDIr"t.h. .country'-th..1'e4OI'd to readers. ..

Nolle 16 heeeby vatTBtmtfiat sW eleo-+ .14.2gwEIJ.Co. Bspt. and Sec. : date btMg-167,bours' on the door At The Valley Gazette'a smotto U< M8e -, ', l' '

lionbe held in 8pecl fTe ( School :,,.1I'lt sonMtJuefal.swork ,)hls,would havs i r- the People May Kaow.-,and to that I' ) "

District o. 7,) gas c. t1RA Rehool 3w 54 i Dls.tola the. '(,.'.'l.1! .. : J . .." been t cIe oa.te.cl ..by .'f.- t tS
Melt Sink'SpeclarTax- .Dal, Famhle This .
,, foolish. Another T crazy'1 man has ... '1-- "
trict County. "Florida, on Juno :. :
:;, 't .
4. At" ISIS at the Mulberry. Sink -mi. dropp5 his Jier cloYU, started another f Marathon "contest, .. 'K'iS ". : / '. .
,
Sob du...', to 'd.tergtge Brno.j 1we'Ii.dtaf..d- lid:, f.' : having played'tMpUuw to*,M hours. littaeIY . : ... ". IS 1 $i.e --, -ftI. ... '
,
' s>erv'triet' \; Bchool trustees yeer.'Mea'Mftef pf.WU' .tpq'Mbi I&ckeci& th1IM "p t c... .,.......... ':"' ,,. 'j.... .,''' ._., 1 J', .
] the two
.1. sad te Sc the- number Mills With "Ola. you kid!" lC.' AnitJaln Vowed'to' afsisUn boat ;., ;" '*:+ .... ." '. -It ,, ,. ,:I

. of 4 t soheol tax te be levied and II. less necr at ....... 4. 1180'An...u...Ifs .Qabu to hTl. -.. 'i- .< ,P! +-' J t'4('''.1Y """. '' 4 : o oe
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annaaUy, forrts at.hiR.7.a . taut ; .
loo z "" sir? ..... Lad ..l dafr'dp a. t t

wins yeraoaa are herby ap- .\o. ..... ..... ...... !(., IaDd1Dw.. a..Ia7."APId '" u. bona \Jtf"l ii lr. tfri.J Ifr,: .. '! ; i:.. r.c'.L ;;.1\: .,'!
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;, SCOT- KISSIMMEE,: VALLB,OA7th ITEy,, FRIDAY. IYt11.....lf/W/ : a

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-- ramp for tobertular ,patients at Srana *. ;,:' E .NAUCLE: 'QUITS : .
y
; 'j 'AMERICAN LEGION, [ Lake N. Y. lit| organizing a ,THE NEWSPAPER. GAME 4'e 'I \
TE benefit baseball game, to be held in < r
e the Boston: National Leajuepark, in E.. E. Naugle, who will be remembered
: w which a number of diamond stars will as one time',editor of'The Gazette -

?, Powell AUad.81 ngntg of 'Aad.w. err appear. Funds are to be-devoted to but for the past seven years .
Pledc.) the Jackson A. Matthews Post of the editor of the Saint Petersburg Times, II'
I" Th signing of .'ant1.war" pledpe y American Legion for the relief of has resigned from the'newspaper ed M .. ,

,:, ,. now being circulated by the Wom n's those who come to the New York itorship to becomeone of the Associates vr
.: Peace' Union and various organization ramp for treatment. Mathewson is of E. M. Elliott and Associates, <+ sit

:i;r': should automatically forfeit eit- a member of the Legion post which is the organisation which was under
_ IV" , ;\I, iienihlp rights in this country Garland composed of disabled
I1 .' W. Powell, national director of Time at the camp. Formal announcement of his resignation
the American commission of the I. R. tir.1 was -made Saturday night
American Legion, declared in a recent taw rte, Former sailors who attend the next .
s
,... ...
.' address before an Indianapolis Y.M.en.. annual convention of the South Dakota The Woman Is Right"Wife -

o legion poet."Government. department of the American ; "George, where have you 1 I
is established for thesecurity \ c Legion will believe that -they arc backIn been I"George R

of. the iroverned," said Pow the navy. The principal featureof I : "Gunning, m' dear, gunning i How
"'";'.'," '.ill, "and citizenship should be rejrafri. the three days meeting to be held I':" 1

ed in the nature of a contract between: alone of the best known summer resorts Wife: "Gunning for ,
t whatT"I
t the individual and the irovernment. of the northwest, will be n wat George: "Shooting crap yep-- I I Many
A ''contract involves the bestowal of er carnival, and many former navy shooting "
crap.
/
u benefit for a consideration. Tho ; men will have charge of events and Wife: "George, you must stop Will Live? -

government is established to guarantee I arrangements.lilinialure/ shooting craps. The poor littto things _
to tho cit'zen: certain l encftts> such battles, rowing and ('u.noe have as much right as to live"

as personal security, and the ojpportunity I I races' swimming and diving -------you- .. You can count those baby chicks now and mark
of engaging in peaceful activities vents. and last, but not least, casting READ) THE" GAZETTE
VALLEY ;
for personal advantage. In return I| contests for anglers] will be included up a number. But counting them three weeks later

the citizen engages to SUppI.tund" i'n that portion of the program. may mean a very much smaller number, unless you
maintain the government, Korjctfulness I LAnd the 'navy men have agreed to 1-0-0-+ .1

. : or disregard .of this obitirivtifini maintain\ u life saving corps Huiiiif'" *UONMB: BELLE IJKJktTTY SHOP ..;,.1 I start to feeding them right. Baby chicks' digestive:

the greatest menace to the !! the convention.Luke <;. Airs. W. S. Graham; .:' systems are .exceedingly delicate. Too many women
American state and to American uivi- :Mmlison.her) )<' the lon.'on- 1
lizntion: today." I lion j is to be Held has a large numberof l'<<00. IVrfYel. Sntli.Tiietlui- iiSrinl.'. ...1.! <<' I Iir.MU feed chicks on things they think are good chick feed.

,' Powell asserted that nnti.warple 1- cottages, and homesTneh:' will hi- .> WOIIK' A SI'1-X'I: \VI'0":.I As result the loss of chicks is large.
__.
1 for I'HIIM'S) BROTHERS fiAKAKK; ; ,.. 4. I
ICes now widely circulated sifrn.iture tUrtwcO.r\ to the Legion during/ ,
commit the Biirncr: absolutely to 1 I' ---. "mpptinjr. The, over flow crowd will In. > IMione 2.f:! 105 Park Ave. > :
refuse to ( share in sort ( .housed, \ in tents. < / Purina Chick StartenaWith -
gear any any .. .
for like amount each -----x-------: : :w---:
'I a year' it you . :
of activities. One who signs -
Buttermilk
war I ( )
| ,r< ,i'd it, one letter stated. Nearly" "&011 canes mf disabled) veterans :
refuse to -
such a pledge, he said must 3. F. KIllfJHS W I STEKl
take over the work at home of a sol j However, the Legion )proposes t.oI affecte/ l by the passage"' of (llif is the very last word in a starting feed. It
dier going to the front, he must even | raise enough money this year to remove recently enuctod :Sweet: bill halo b'en: KRIBBS & STEED i the knowledge of years' PURINA' ".
refuse to contribute to the Red CroHS I the necessity! of future appealsfor found in the ilex( ) of the San Frnnris.co <- represents many
A ttur.pa .Dd d'uu.aelora at Law
or even "turn aver his hand" to alleviate funds to decorate the JJ.-HVCR. Iftin offi,-e of the United States Voter- hl.a/muer, e'lurldaGeneral experience in poultry feeds. CHICK
the Buffering of a wounded l ",,1- $200.000) goal is attained, the tribute nils' Itun-au. A large number (of 111<'8"'
.
dier. / to the dead! I will lie I paid annuallyby 1'claimants, will obtain componsation! a" firupllcv*t.'I.rm (11 our Slate<.. ..d 1tnlted I Chick Startena and Baby Chick Chow STARTEKAWITHBVTTnUlK!

::,..th u p..rpo"Uun< i is anarchy pure the Legionnaires, in Europe from :..a. exult of the bill's enactment. Alvin 1 --j arc balanced to supply just the right
and said 1'ouell. "It would the accrued returns iif t the fund. 0" .I\', iKiiional' commander of IMfTUrTMMIT .
simple, I I fT JUIINHTON: II"' (i \ltlll:1"r nourishment to baby chick
]legion poets in I the stitr of Washington American "KICKS'
mean the abolition of government, the !Legion, an.II\ numberof .
y hale utilized u novel] )plan to'crumulute I I legion 'ml.'l's "Ifainl One of Starten os principal ingredients
for all povernment depends upon tIll'"upport ru > i | r passant'if JOHNSTON & GARRETT
of the citizenx. War is a : their. hare of the fund. < the bill which pnnlides for thi- extension ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW is buttermilk, which

_' W bitter and l..rrible t tiling, und I wish Postanil individuals: are" ".adopting ''II of time "' M-rvico origin in keeps the tiny digestive system.
with all my h<;art it could be wipedout grave in Europe at the rust t of $:2T!i ,'II>eh. of tiibt'ivular and nnuro-psy- Offices : 10, 11 and! 12, Osccola Hank acd ve. PURINA
I '
forever. But (anarchy in. worse, for each grave. 1'1"LlKesl','" led, hy' hiatric tiouliles.Interest. . Building. I BABY

for i it would bring more suffering/ to Spokane 'post with twenty-viirht urn [ Chick Startena
: Better still
I KISS1M.MKK, FUUHIPA. 1 CHICK [CHOW
] These of a total of 111 graves to L, cured! in cnmmunity uffaii.s/ has I
nonparticipntiunpledjfog
people. ___
more .
for of thut is guaranteed when fed aa direct
state..Minnesota CHICS
which strike nt the very by posts but. the American Legion: into u .. ( row>)
foundations of )jrovrrnment are tin-; --- ''prominent 1 \ place in the welfare( << of thelotted I-- -- --- - - I ed. You can count on more baby ___
exligateH Condition of .....
sign boards of anarchy." ( States.. Repeated Instances of pillion,' I'hilu." l-lliH, K l >:i\i-, chicks when you start them on
Disabled Veterans 1 unselfishness on the part of local] I I
Powell -attacked the of Chick Order for
promoters Startena.
Minnesota has begun on investig.i- I'LKDCKU; : & DAVISATTOHNBYSATI your
and those fit
i II posts are reported daily
Union and other
the Women's Peace .
lion of the condition of disabled ex- ---- chicks now.FLORIDA.
tin with the scheme of the Legion t III i iI
accusing .
organizations: of pacifists, / : AWSlat.
service men following charge-t made
I become of value In the
really to these -
them of trying to "capitalize] sentiment
by the\ Amen i'un Legion that 1,774 .
{, community about. H. "k lltillJIiiKKISSIMMKK "
Raid
to salaries. lie that
pay veterans! are fighting ]losing/ battle I Funds for a public playground] in I
all circulars for signatures are ac- with tuberculosis] because of the failure I It : )n.dlClUX
Ahhtaliula.! ] Ohio) in-
I were recently
accompaniedwith pleas for 1
money _, I
of the government to build a hospital eased when the Dewey Ilowlet1 FEED. STORES
contributions. From a pacifist maga- for tub.rcula.Vol'ld. war light
| Post of the Legion turned l
yine: he read a list. of eight suggestions : over a .
ers.
for carrying on the nonresistance fifth of the net proceeds) uf> a homer r-- -- - -
Of the tubercrlar
1,774 veterans
4 campaign, and pointed out that r talent! pciformanee to the fund. I I I'LTIII.KSTENo; IiHAt'. )ll'It" (
500 will die! unless] !\ the government I
I Another
L all of these contained requests for I instance of this spirit I
l lakes immediately la build 306 BroadwayTELEPHONE
money. steps) : an [I"monK Legionnaires of t the xanie.Into. JESSIE D. KLEINMAN
ude<)uate hospital, Staffed Kiiifr./ '. i< t that of the members of the ,
E Women To' Lead In InternationalMovements Minnesota adjutant of the I Ix'gion, Iris :jrhillicotho Post, who netted *7<>9 by' JTSTICK' OF PEACEM.VNMI.nS I II
stated following n recent Purvey conducted the sale of a special] edition of a ]local l I j
by the Legion./ Another" chargewhich AM.I.AI.MS US YOUR NEEDS
Montreal], Canada. The love for 'newspaper and contributed the money I I
home child)en and the welfare of the the state will consider is. t that 'itn the foinmunitv fund to provide,! _
community makes women leaders in more than 1,0(10( ex-service menuf- milk for poor children.E'strr .
.. Ift I "I'infrorn tiibi-iculosis, ,, and dcniolhospital DR. R. J. DENNING
the international movement for world --- I Call Up No. 218TWO.ONEEIGHT
' cannot only lire being K.II'iliced I'
peace and a better understandingf ire men 111"gi'n prioiilyon DENTIST
nations, Dr. Kate Waller Bar- through necN-ct! but also are I an onnorl, unity for ho nesteading276,000 .
public health their Over the Postoffice.
in cxufi-
f menacing (
rett, national president of the American ] in acres. Secretary Hubert )
: in 'tumitica by spefdinj: di'eni.e.Governor I OFFICE 110UU8: 9 to 12.30, l.lu to t
Legion Auxiliary, declared a Work has just announced the opening
Residence Phone
recent ''address before the MontrealWomen' Prcus ordered the investigation i iof tracts for entry by former soldiers' 174Office
after results of the legion'ssurvey Phone 158
I Club. I located as follows: 222.0OO acres' in
t "There cannot be rivalry among were presented to him. TheLegion ,lOwyhee c-ounly, Idaho; 24,000 acres
will seek obt.in the
women in these fundamental things to appointment | in Tlcavcrhead'! county. Montana! ; 1K000 ,-
for what Is good for"the children of of a state commission too | BOTCH in Klko and F.urekn''coun-> I "II
and there I P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW
to Washington paiticipnte
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<
one country is good for the childrenof ,Mios t i Nevada; 5.500) acres In Rio Ar-
another* Dr. Barrett stated. "In in the senatorial investigationif riiia county NewMexico; 1111'4..H\ < 00()
the United States Veterans' Bureau
the international movement women this. acres in :Mesa county, Colorado. I OFFICES
don't have to learn the A, B. C. of it summer. !, Two more departments of the Amerr .
Florida
-- - Winter Park.
//1 .. men have had to do." Legion/ To Assist. In Religious Life r ican Legion Idaho and Arizona, have I

;,, Dr. Barrett acclaimed the international A&xihtancc. from the American Legion reported a total membership equal] to '
t agreements which have come in magnifying the place of re" their total membership Pot the end of' '
00.<0 H 0 0 OOOO+H+C-
about wtween Great''Britain'and the ''igion in the army has been requestedby 1922. jnccordinff to records received at 0 000000404 RU ABOiJT '
I United States following the-'war In of the organir.ntion. -
.. Secretary of-War John W.-Weeks,, national headquarters. # TURNER MARBLE a 4
GRANITE
1 ,"which they have been held together, who has asked the'ex- l'rvlco .,. .
organization 4 f.
h ' J"" pot by psychology of fear, 'as some . -,--,----_.- COMPANY, TAMPA rG
'; to )participate: in a conference 4 4 1
4 \ -, \\4\ asserted, but by "the great cement of army chaplains to be held tin The average farm value l>f the 1922 4 MONUMENTS---- 4 IPMAz9:

Gf racial" instinct and social ideas in Washington, June 6 i to 8. The ob- American'1"cotton crop, estimated at 4 .:--.. 4p _

common. : ,lects of the meeting, according to a 9890,000 running bales on Dec. 1, M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimniee
.. letter received at Legion national 1922. vas! approximated at $1.192 -. .. _
s Wheeling, W. Va.-Protests against Weeks 461,000. The total farm value of the l r
from I.
,
f p the granting of United States citizenship headquarters Secretary 0 OfO' OO 000000 U 0 H'o.OOOO'OOOOO.O..o.OO. it l
are "to consider plans for more Interest I 1914 crop of lfi,90ft,000 bales wag .-
t; to more than fifty aliens will bo hf
$
liltoon0.:
of
;n made by Wheeling Post No. 1. of the in the general program -.- .-- ... .

I' :, the American federal Legion court.at the Legion May: term officer,of Dtoralitl'aining.community for contracts soldiers; ;to to recommend develop -- Citrus fruit can he colored] without I M. TILLER | I ,,

those activities which will injury to its! keepingand eating qualities ]
', I 1 t". will have announced to the that naturalization the organization of strengthen the" religious: program: for In fact, these qualities cane Real Estate Agency aFIRE ,
object
regular and stations and improved 1hl'r.'by-W K. Barger, at
f ; army posts
the aliens unfit for I t
4 because they are to .s'afeguard young/ men who arc State; llort. So('. meeting." LIFE, AND ACCIDENT *
enj _.
United
States citizenship. j .
r i toring the various training cnmps. { -- --- '- 00 INSURANCE *
I II
Among the charges made against a
i INDEMNITY BONDS 4
' '., number of the foreigners by the Legion Christy Muthewson, .star banelmll I 666 quickly relieves Constipation 4 4

.. .. That are they: evaded service during the player of other years, who has. l been I Biliousness, headaches 00..0000000..0.000000.

r lighting his way back to health at a i'r1r it I Colds and -- ---
; World war, failing to register during Lagrippc.
i1 ', the draft period.

:, That several have engaged in the S. B. AULTMAN

liquor traffic of whom a number have !
269
a : .. been convicted I in federal court or are!
'
r now awaiting trial.
r -
Washington" U. C.-The fart thinning t REAL ESTATEand ;- P.G.O. DTAO.Y'
I ranks of the Grand Army of the

i Republic will yield to the youngestveterans
i '. of the American Legion in I V> -PA
Still
I Better RunaboutNothing
\ observing Memorial Day soon: Colonel e
i I ; 1 John McElroy, editor of the National Nr'r FIRE; INSURANCE

i1 ) \o has appealed Tribune,to organ the of legion the G.;men A. U.to, r e.d..r rili.a.wbd. (....1 j I like the present low price for

I assume that duty. He says: All."..,Iwr the Ford Runabout has ever been
I ; 'If it isn't to be given over entirely 7,... '
t F to baseball, horse-racing and prix 11 Darlington Avenue I known. And for a Ford of'even

t ) ,\ rights, the younger generation must", I "ON'T make the I Ir greater merit, with slanting wind-
carry on. I would like to see a community America's annual shield
e f { of interest for the puip", "' L mistake ofthinkingthatGood record one-man top, additional carry

I perpetuating Memorial Lay in accord of fire loss averages CITYMEATJARKET- ing space in the rear and distinct
1 with its original traditions."
I __ year quality i is beyond 520 improvements in chassis construction.
i. Legion Men in France Raise Craven; reach. Schoolstotally

Endowment Funds your I Salesmen accept this Ford model as an
Goodyear Cord Tire destroyed
American
Legion Members in
) France who in essential part of their selling equip-
have
/ past years assumed prices are remark- 1 1 in often an exceedingly difficult

1 j : graves the of war task dead of in decorating Europe will all ably low, as the following construction.matter to Loss finance church fire Fresh M ; a.t( and ment; business houses buy it for their

r p p. i raise their .share of thee $200,000 en list; of repre- ; would be felt keenly. by representatives and hundreds of

;' r\ f'" dowment United States fund which will the legion in they sentativ sizes j Good judgment demands therefore VegetablesPhone thousands of other users will find
raise
to provide
eft f' for the permanent annual decoration shows t I that through fire insurance be secured it a still more attractive purchase

J i .f overseas graves each Memorial 30 x 3V'X Clincher $17.55 placed in a the good Hartford ag..ncynd 44 f than ever.

i ., Day. 32 K 4 Strlht Sid 36.10 I Fire Insurance Company. (
Robert II. %
r Tyndall legion national: Immediateordereare
treasurer, has received word from theta 33* 4 Straight SicU 37.30 Insurance Facts necessary if you

t- Legion post in Paris that the sum of 33* 5 Straifht Side 5&20LUPFER r'Iri -- * are to get your Ford this Spring. A

i ', 30,000 flue days francs by legionnaires was contributed in France.within A. c.. v..3..kv. s,.,__ irpnrtwl.mp.l.w.rkt.teEb v. -_.... >':. 1. iN e KISSIMMEE PLUMBING 1 ffmall down payment and the-balaaQle' ,

ry, 4tf '+ ;,This amount of onehaltof the total t .DeeJ....: ,w.. f.a.w1 G..4,r..rw.m .. I A media"e4.: .., see)..* >.....,,-" SHOP 0D easy terms. r sa.4h
,
4r '"' j subscription of the Amerieans/iin! ; .,.....,'.: ...j...J..AII-... j Call lo' ':this' ;; i
.
', France for last :year's Memorial Day eMw..I .I t .f.wLe/, .' lr" '-0,.ageing ... ....... > ur,
' activities. ('.....4-,, ,- . 1 ._. ..:"J : ";v ::',"I _!_ . r Nothing.Too,BIg., Aa/e" ttelrlA..e..4t...41gf1 ;
wI- -
a In the' United States the campaign i ; fi: ,,:t.; : : :Nothing iaalil An- yIt __,.... to't''
r ,, ia gaining ground. Contributions : 1-:!O : "" .. ..'"'
&IMIJR .. +""""' '' '
f: of bar the been received from all sections & PRATHERj? ,., . ,;'t.1. "'!""I." ft4E4 M ryVarkGwalteed' "4"'&.,"!l'J Pi. ,A UA: 'y .,. r 1kv
country. Letters received from _-. ."""" & . f4"4" '' sntP ts';
'" !'r'
ct } contributors the .' """,- CCs..all150'lr/MJIM ;; : """ v ... '
sentiment 1 'p'w' lane.4.1R8ara : ;; lL.a.-A ;;, 'Iilttl''' >/11'- Ii .
r tai, that it U a. privilege to assist in hon : ,, .. '4 "!""nUIB04&.iK11. beater . l1r'fw. <-'1..f
i;," & ioB e'Satlfi' .t tttq.f(
? : $ fl+-r r- i 'It n .t1's .
&AW ;
owing th. memory. of the 32400 war i 1 ...... 11 l .. '' "-4r". arPtl t'f" ,. .,. .
O oi .uf stt
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$ KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY MAY 1111U3. ,...... __ NINE
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TIYE.CAMPAIGN:PLANNED.::: :: ; TOBACCO.=EXTRACTS KILl:: :

:..S u .BFOKFroRlDADEEPi; :;:; :=-s :J::,t:w y, : JP s INSECTS,ON;MELONS 4--a.1I 1-. _- As .. ......,. .ag .4 x.-t. -a iri a4iA H .a .,.ta d

I Ki.JrAl The'' melon, aphis' ,"frequently calledthe . \ .... : :':l1rDrT 'lftGL; I.

WATERWAY_ .TRANSPORTATION,. l .""Hessian,' fly," a''' serious pest Jof
7 jf4* fe .
b Jfc
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4 1 '-*. -a.......... f V ... L cucumbers, cantaloupes, squashes! 1 : '
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"i -: 1' I. I ; ; watermelons and other closely related ., < a
on is to bet the Keynote S t: Johns tirer: and rapid currenta plants maybe kept in check by ,!n' 4
to' secure deep waterway. ereating'.ban and other deposits,, epraying or.,dusting with strong tobacco -' rrosperity .. "
'"
on for Florida. render the proposition from a con. j jstruction. reparations.foci. ,
,
stimulus i of the Florida ; standpoint most attractive. I J. R Watson, entomologist- .t ,
+ Traffic League all the Present'' steamer rates from Call i of the Florida experiment station, in ,.j
filiations and associations fornia to: Atlantic seaboard points discussing control of this,pest recently .. 4 h
kterested in a deep seaway !permit the deduction that Florida can said: 'ADVANCEMENT,OF KISSIMMEE Is'CLOSEST TO .THE' '"
8r JU markets<,to1Florida prod- 'save at least 60 percent in handling "In the past '1 buu.1 method of '
[manufactures are to labor all fruits and vegetablea via water." IANNCAICMTOSAltiDm dealing with an ,aphid outbreak was HEARTS ,OF"THE,' KISSIMMEE. BUSINESS "MEN..,' '\
0 ... and for the on. aim Based on only 18,000 cars there to.s ray with a soap and tobacco de. ",. ; , : r,
,the urgently needed ap- would be a saving of $2300,000 whIchIn i coctlon.. To make an extract, place In,'fact they stand ready to lead us forward 'In a great :
for a deep water.. channel itself would justify the expenditureto tobacco stems and refuse in enough meat' of civic expansion BUT"mo'I'
i and prosperity
THIS
" ' progress
.l fcJohns rirer. develop this waterway. water to cover this material and allow ,
"arrangements, likely the ? The average freight rates .on vege to stand over night or to simmer CALLS FOR CO-OPERATION ON TilE'PART, OF ALL OUR'
shortly, Interested; units tablee 'and citrus fruit by rail from over a slow 'Are for an hour. The CITIZENS. The actual of shoulders "
putting
our to the wheel'
? then all the 1 Florida points to eastern points is one solution should then have the color of ,
.i.to work .along, identical. dollar i per'>> package. strong; tea. Before using, dilute with and Boost! Boosttt! BoottUl!! :
t Rail facilities at New York Phila. ... ten times the extract's. weight of. I
Ip lines, truck and motorpereseproducee delphia, Baltimore, Boston,' and other water Such co-operation can be extended by 'indulging:: ta normal }business
winters Atlantic ports are inadequate, and "Black leaf 40 should be! used,, with transactions .
of congested.: The rail lines entering water, in the proportion of 1 to 800- ; normal business patronage and by so < merchants, wholesale orns New York are now developing a pro ---.---- -- ----...- 1000. Dissolve whale-oil or other bring about normal business conditions and PROSPERITY. FOR
> -all" are to work syste- duce delivery depot on the New Jersey DEEPER WATER FOR KISSIMMEE, caustic soap in 6 gallons of water. EVERYONE CONCERNED..
?:and in harmony to brings side, 'approximately ten miles RIVER ASKED IN MEMORIAL. If the water to be used for spraying
better transportation sys- from New York. < Is soft, use 2 or pounds of ,soap: If
Tanned. by the Florida Water- This will necessitate cartage chargeand Tallahassee} May 1.-In 'the house hard use more. (This soap makes Conservation is a food thing on many occasion but when it

>fflc League. will further advance the trans this morning Mr Acree, of Osoeola tho spray spread ) Add V4 cornea to hoarding: your finances, indulging in radical business
hip in the League is ex- portation costs to -the Florida ship I county, secured the passage of a memorial pint of black leaf better heat for fi .
f rapidly soonthe organizations pers.Steamship. to the congress of the United minutes When ready to use dilute pessimism or adopting a "scored-to-death" Attitude of commercial
d, acongress general plan lines can land all Florida States asking for an appropriation of with water to CO gallons. reu-enchment-then you are not only doing yourself an injusticebut
how necessary it is products right in the heart of all $300.000 for the "In applying the spray, use a nos
progress of central, eastern these,cities and they can be distributed simmee river and the-construction ofa zle of the Vermoral type with an elbow -I your own community, its adjacent trading territory and an'f
them Florida that the thannel at a minimum cost. set of locks and dams on said river. lie sure to spray the undet side the .people therein. Thus spending your money freely for what '
t. Johns river from Jackson- During the season 1921-22 there The memorial is as follows: of the leaves, because it is there thai
made 200( feet thousand cabbages the I you need becomqk a heart-to-harlt) proposition PERMEATED
Sanford be were several acres of A memorial to congress of the aphid are located. ,
,20 deep will be vigorously in Florida that were not harvested United Statesof America requesting "During the last year or so growers WITH THE SPIRIT OF LIVE AND LET LIVE. An opportunity t
y al.l.n . for tho reason ttiat'the freight an appropriation for Kissimmee,river have found dusting with some of: I.
turn will also call for active rates from Florida to the consuming in the state of Florida. tho tobacco-lime dusts very satisfactory to benefit, yourself by benefiting your neighbor. An 'opportunity. ,
_ nit of tributary lines as markets was more than the cabbage Whereas, .the Kissimmee river1 by for the: control of aphid. It is to serve and serve profitably.
the construction of lateral could be sold for. The freight rates the proper expenditure of funds can much quicker than spraying and usually 'f
the connecting of existing on this commodity is about $40 per I be made a waterway of great valueto costs less. For satisfactory worka WE ARE ALSO URGING YOU TO KEEP YOUR DOLLARS', 1
,ivs, and the building of var- ton. I the citizenship of the state of Florida grower should use a dusting ma
d feeders throughout the en. All the time that Florida cabbagewas I ; and chine." AT HOME. We are asking your personal support in boostingand ,!
I lon, which includes generally, going to waste In.the fields, because Whereas, to make this water course buying merchandise SOLD OR MADE IN
t section from Jacksonville, of exorbitant freight rates, shiploads i valuable for commerce and navigation "I.V ITS NATURAL STATE"St. KISSIMMEE. J JJo'or
east and west practically across were being brought Into Atlantic it is l1ect'SlO"rthat there b* constructed truly the Financial Asset' of any community ia the gauge 4
ports from Holland and Denmark thereon a system of locks ( Petersburg Times) used in
,
measuring its prosperity.
te.the Increase these assets and .
A Florida picture of eKpccia prosperity
waterway as planned there by ocean steamers.. and dams; therefore very
eason at all why Florida can The topography'Florida lends itself Be it resolved-bv the legislature. of interest appears in a recent issue of increases. Deplete them and prosperity shrinks. The newcomer j
llth the proper development of to the development of waterways the state of Florida: the Miami Herald. It is of a man in our city the business
; man looking for location the t
tterways, handle at least 40 as no other state in the Union. That our senators and representatives grcve island, showing the peculiarly ; t
of her citrus fruits and 30 Of the total area the land surface in the congress of the United pict of roots standin) capitalist for investment-ALL INQUIRE FIRST AS TO THE -11
At of her vegetable crop to comprises 34,71.600: acres while the States bo requested to uae every honorable high jungle water and the usual SIZE AND CONDITION OF THE COMMUNITY'S ASSETS. ,
t 'refrigerator' Bteamers. waterways and lakes total S7,9 l/)20/ means to procure an appropriation tangled characteristic of nv n.
relative cost of this improve- acres. of at least three hundred thou- groves. It is just such a pictvri1 till .'
: The habit of
<'because cf the absence of cost- There arc no mountains that will 'isand dollars (1300,000)) for the -purpose can lx taken In a thousand '!iilTerenplaces spending your money, folks, for.purchases in some J
Iccavation In removing rock, and Interfere with tho construction of of deepening and improving Kissimmee in Florida, includi'io: the< other city is only another form of BANKING THAT MONEY
Use of the low cost of mainten- lateral Canals joining up these various river and for the purpose of neighborhood of St. Petersburg. .
The cSpecial/ interest in this r'! *,resulting from the fact that lakes and waterways with deep building and constructing a system of; ,
is no appreciable current in the I! water. locks and dams on"said river i one lure i erred to lies in the fact that obligations of our people, to transact the commercial life of our l
the i island shown i is to be "..1TCSC'l'jin
lock and dam to be at Southport, one
( to be immediately north of Lake its natural Mate." In otliCv words city or to be re-invested'into improvements that make it more f

there money in truck farming 'some market for cattle at fair prices liitchiueha and' one where tho river somebody connected with the :Sunny; attractive.;
and the last the best tourist Isles! company of Miami h.n/ sufficient -. .
arlotte county? Ask any of the was season flows into Lake Kisniinmec;
heardof this section has ever had in it Resolved, further, that the secretary conception of the ultimate fit If every person living 'within the confines of Kissimmee will .'
:ers. The only thing we've I may be aaid with complete truth that of state be directed to furnish ness of thing'*--and the good bus)- think this 1 1BANK
them kick about this is matter over, atop and reason within themselves
year I this< has been a prosperous'" season to each of our senators and representatives ness judgment--to set aside and pre- ,
"they don't put in hundredacread I' Charlotte county, which, we think I in congress a copy of this serve this bit of natural scenery in PERSONALLY TRACE THE DOLLAR SPENT AWAY FROM .;1:
of ten-acre crops this year. I'j will be reflected! in substantial in- memorial under the great seal of the this country peculiar to Florida whet HERE: what of s
becomes It and-how
is haven't heard anybody its kind ia it personally affects them-
we creases in bank deposits over last state of Florida. rapidly disappearing; from
ing about not making money this I!I year.-Puntu Gorda Herald. '- localities seen by visitors. st'lvea-they.will certainly take a renewed pledge of Loyalty to
The fishermen have been doing I I I There It"h;; thing as luck in Every community in Florida should
"well, oranges and pineapples A good tree cannot bring foith evil cooking. Good cooking always means see to it that some bits of Flori ia the Business Men of this city AND STICK WITH IT.
;ght high prices, turpentine has fruit, neither can n corrupt tree b in? accurate measurement: careful mn- features are preserved in their natural -
sky-high so to speak, there is ]I forth good fruit.-Mathew 7:18. nipulation and thoughtfulncss. state. If all other mangrove

__ .. .. growths around Miami should lx
--- y- --- -- -- ------- ----- --------- ---- ---- - -
wiped out by subdivision developments OF OSCEOLA
this mangrove island will! OSCEOLA
prove of much direct money value! to COUNTY HARDWARE CO.
the peculiar development at which i iis it

located. Deposits Insured Hardware & Furniture :
If something similar is not done "
here soon visitors to Florida! w-11; boas, I
to go to some locality other than St. L. II. Gedgrc Cashier... Kissimmee
I'--.huJ't: ; to fird any semblance of 1, f
Florida scenery in its 'natural state'Would 1

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STUDEBAKER THE Shut Down Gas Works"My I"'ltEDS" GILBERT The LAKE VIEW INN l

',t, LIGHT-SIX SEDAN Rooms' : "
0 stomach has been so filled with and Apartments :
$1550 I gas for the last three years that j Haberdashery, Shoes
2 felt I could pretty nearly supply our Mrs. 31. A. Evans .'
town. I also had frequent pains in ,
right side in region of the appendix Broadway : Kissimmee KissimmeeLYLES ;
Doctors didn't help much. One day
my neighbor! told ne about what
: Miyr'w Wonderful Remedy had don
for him and I got a bottle of our
Iruggist. I can say it will do all and WENNER SAWYER V. STORY CO. .
more than you claim for it." It is n I COMPANY '

simple. harmless preparation that removes Dry Goods, Shoes,
the catarrhal mucus from the
intestinal! tract and allays. the inflammation Books, Stationery Clothing '
which causes practically all GiftsBroadway

\_.. stomach liver and intestinal ailments, : KissimmeeMACH Broadway : Kissimmee! 1
including appendicitis. One done will
convince or money refunded. J. Z.
Roberson, and druggists everywhere.
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-But You Can't Ride the Paint! SMALL TOWN PESTS BROTHERS For all kinds' of
on The Tightwad is What keeps the GARAGE PRINTINGcome
Ole Town from being Bigger 'n Better. -

Imitation diamonds can be made to look so real and sparkle so He blocks Improvements, Trades. Nash Cars, Hood Tires to the
out of Town and Never
brightly that it is difficult to tell them from the genuine. spends a KISSIMMEEVALLEY
Nickle at Home, nor Anywheres Else,
But try to sell one and you will find out its real worth in a flash. when he can help it. If the Tightwadbad Broadway : KissimmeeS. GAZE''TEPHIPPS ;
a Chance to kill Two Birds with
Same with automobiles. Weaknesses of construction in a closed One Stone, he'd still Want the I i Stone

car can be hidden, for a time, with paint and varnish and fancy Back! .
---- ---- -
fittings. But all is not quality that glitters. Talking about improving your land, L. HAGERMAN BROTHERS

You can't ride on the paint. And when you place such a car in the Mr. Farmer, why not give legumes a GARAGE
suffer chance this )'cllr? Velvet beans, c:>w-
second hand market, you a heavy depreciation because it
.:>eas or peanut are among the best The Peoples' Market f
lacked real intrinsic value at the outset. Use will never improve a
known for this purpose, and besidesare First Class Work
.
mediocre product. IH'ofitableC'ops themselves. .*

The second hand floor is the melting pot for automobile values. Broadway : Kissimmee GuaranteedM..KATZ'S

Cars are stripped of artificial values and only inherent wotth counts.
After Every Meal
Motor car owners tell us that the trade-in value of any Studebakercar J

at the end of three or four or five years of useful life is greater thanon
GRAYSTONE; HOTEL SONS
any other car built today-the percentage of depreciation is the "

lowest. WRIGLEYSChew Commercial and Dry Goods and Ready-

No wonder the Studebaker Light-Six Sedan is the fastest selling Tourist To.'VearI -

quality Sedan in the world! Mrs. Ben Baird

The name Studebaker stands for quality, durability, comfort and your food Broadway : :Kissimmee I Broadway : Kissimmee

integrity.Four. well, then useWRIGLEY'S

wlde-op,ning doors. Eightplush upholstery. Glare-proof to
day clock. Quick-action cowl visor and windshield cleaner.
ventilator. Attractive coach Dome light. Thief-proof transmission .- aid digestion.It Come To The STANLEY'S
lamps. Heater. Mohair velvet lock.
also keeps RIVERS' BLOCK PHARMACY

; .j the teeth clean I
,
KISSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY [,; breath sweet, I I I'' The Center of Town, Phone 41

KISSIMMEE appetite keen. For Your Trading'YQN'S'HOET Kissimmee : FJoridzvft .- I

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) coitfmr"$ WILL GET ,[
t ? { IMMEE-TEACHERS SAINT CLOUD SCHOOL GOOD ADVERTISING ,

e : 'INAMEDFORNEXTYEAR l BONDS VOTED STRONGElection 'I ' .. if'
.
Continued from par '1) Where ; 111
(
I Where
,.a I', '"r AH Of PrMent-Force- Reappointed Day p, edge ed By Mona':er ent time on the law. would be most lKA". N.NJR] '7 S. ,
'+ li Except Three Who Did Not Apply Boooters Parade And Bond Issue rigidly{ enforced. 'j .
One Vacancy Not Yet Filled Carried By Three To One Vote E. B. Haven, W. F. Ames and ''J. Your Moneyj Your 'Money -
.
t \ A. Minnick, of the Lake Wilson district
; \. Tho County .Board of' Public In- Saint Cloud registered Its convic- were before the board again in
I i struction named the teacher. for next tions about school facilities in no unmistakable the interst of the petition filed at tho Goes, urther' Goes :.
year-at its regular meeting last Tues manner last Saturday April meeting asking for the calling :DEPA'RTMENTSTOR

i I I day ofIn Kissimmee all of the instructors when the bond issue election carriedby of an election for special road and .\ .
,
t' this year -were reappointed except a more than three to one vote, bridge district. The petition has beenon .
I three who will leave their teach 300, voting/ in favor of them and only file for the proper length of time ,

'$ ing duties for domestic ones or for 92 opposed. and has, been signed by the requisite 111LEROADWAY' KISSIMMEE.
travel. Mrs.Nelson Makinson 'will The election is the result of a peti- number of free hold voters, and the I
r"' t devote herself to other<< than school tion circulated! by the Saint Cloud commissioners thereupon set the date + -

I t+ I duties as will Mrs. Clarence Eby. Post No. 80 of the' .. 1, t Miffs,. Virginia Tiller expects to spend calling for the election to build a new Tuesday, June 12, 1923. Inspectors!
'r.r' the year In the west. At Saint Cloud school house.! The post's activities in named were J. A. Minnick, H. J. 1 '
\ t some few changes will take place this matter were along the educational Schmidt, and J. E. ParrisN and B. G. The FULL VALUE
couldnot $ $ Store'
but the list of the appointees and Americanization lines adoptedas I Hancock was named as clerk.A : $
be obtained before this issue goes: part of the policy of the American resolution was read recommend-

to press. Legion ,all over the country. lag to Governor Hardee James M.

pointed Professor principal D. B. of Shaver the Kissimmcc was reap- rade Friday afternoon organized a and big/ put booster over pa-in ment Duncan as of state Kissimmcc fish and game for appoint commissioner We have spent a.lot. of time and effort to make this store all that it 7I

board.schools at The a list previous-of other meeting high of schoolteachers the the interest was of the bond election. In in the event that the proposed.law -- lo HI>-:FULL VALUE STORE. Come in and see the items' listed in '
commission
state fish and
this parade the various civic, and other game
i, at who Tuesday's were meeting'named for includes next organizations participated. There Becomes effective. The commissioners cular and also the great number of values we had' no space to I.v
year I endorsed Mr. Duncan
unanimously
'were in line the G. A. R. veterans
one will new one Mrs.Miss Makinson Helen Bass as teacher, who I the Women's Relief Corps, the American for thejob, and recommended his appointment You'll agree that. our values are extraordinary.FULL .
replace
.\ .., of French and history. Miss Almena Legion, )Boy Scouts, Saint Cloud to the governor. 0t 0n
Advertisement for bids for two
Band besides officials of the Chamber -
and ,
.' Leitner will bo assistant principal '
of trucks for road work'was authorized,
4 Katherine of Commerce and hundreds
teacher of English. Miss
und and after Commissioner Phillips had called -
school children progressive!
t instructor patriotic citizens. : up the matter which had been before VALUE SPECIALS PICKED AT RANDOM ,FROM OUR
the board since the April meeting -
,
mathematics.. S. Several architects had submitted;
'Anne Shockley .
and the for the trucks
necessity
Rri, ; W. Cason was named again as science proposed plans, and the whole com- had been shown.
teacher and athletic instructor.In munity had co-operated in the effortto fla
the grades Miss Virginia Tiller get the best possible facilities for We have just received a new and up-to-date line Ladies' Silk Hose $1.60 value, lat''.

'I I., did not apply for reappointment, she the educational phase of the city's FIRST PHONOGRAPHS qf Men's Clothing, which we are selling at a great now .........----....__._________
1 expecting to spend the year in the life. The result of the election in another MADE BY LOCAL MAN reduction. -

west and the teacher for grade 6A testimony to the value of cooperations Boys' Union Suits, reduced from 75e(, inIi

has not :yet been selected. Miss! Cor- (Continued from Paice, One) Men's black and blue pin striped Mohair Suits to ________ __ Iiti
nelia Lancaster will replace Mrs. - -------- --- ________,_______
:. "The sound chamber in. the of
Clarence Eby in the.4th B grade. The KISSIMMEE % 'OMANAGAINST :" cause regular price i16.0O tls
the tones and elimination of all $1 0 50
other grade teachers are: I : LASH SYSTEMThe mechanical pure noises. It rosulta in now ----_________________ Large Size Bath Towels with blue tlo

8th A-Mrs. F. C. Bryan. following letter in the Tarpon I clearly bringing out the notes of the border, one of our Special Bargains. 0I.
8th B-Miss Cleo Wooldridge. Springs Leader, written by Mrs. Helen different instruments in the record Our $18.00 Mohairs are now I.a I.e
$ 14 98
7th A-Mrs. J. W. Trammell.
_. Perdew of 21 Beaumont regardless! of how softly each may selling for --- -- -- ----- --- Blue Chambray Work Shirts, sold for ,
7th B Miss Makinson.
fith B--Mrs. Amy Roy Graves.; i is another indication of the avenul'\\ be t playing. The machine' of the $1.00, now ________________?-_-_-_ Ifsl
\ Floridian feels about the disclosures console type, twenty by forty inches. ,
I 6th A-Mrs. F. C. Edwards. average One lot of Palm Beach Suits, Pinch Back and sln
5th B-Mrs. Frances Snodgrass. recently made regarding! land standing thirty-four inches high. Stiaight 'Back; Tan, Blue and $2.50 ?Men's Work Shoes, sla
will play six and t half records '
4th A-Mrs. Ethel P. Arnell.I "Gentlemen treatment of: prisoners: I lIt one winding. The a aide chamberwill Grey; $18.00 value, now.__ $ I tt; 98 now __.__?---..---__________ $ i .
4th B-Miss Cornelia Lancaster.
,I a 3rd A Miss C. Bryan. "After a pleasant visit in your city accommodate more than a hundred Pin Check Pants
3rd B-Miss Lillie Mary Dale. am leaving; for my home in Kissim- I records. It is equipped with Gaberdine, Latest Cut, $$30.00; $2.00 value I '
o $
'" four needle all the $ 19.48 now __ ____
:. 2nd A-Miss Medora Russell. mee. cups trimmingsbeing .selling out at .__ ___ _____ .
( 2nd B Miss Elon Guice. "Before leaving, however, 1 wish to nickle plated.
Listening to this Kissimmeo-made Men's Work Sox 15c value
thank the Chamber ,
of Commerce for
I, let A-Miss Edith Miller. One lot of Men's Blue Wool Pants
let B-Mrs. Iris 0. Shuck. the resolution demanded in last week's phonograph one is impressed with $ 3 98 now --___ ___.___..._______________ -
1st C, and Primary principal- issue, concerning the murder of the the clarity and purity of tones in the regular value $5.00; nowOne __ ___ ___ .
v, I' Miss Emma Yowell. youth Martin Tabeit of North Dakota | highest notes of the violin and with 75c Silk Hose for Men,

teacher Mrs. G. G. Stef- at Clara Florida. Also the Leaderfor the in the freedom clear from surface scratching lot of Palm Beach Pants $ 3 98 now _____ __ ______________________.
1- the assistance promised for pro I I' distinct low and soft regular price $S.OOnow.; ____ _ .
j.I Music-Miss Myrtilla Beals. secutions. This article can't fail to 1 notes. There seems to be no doubt CHILDREN'S' SOCKS ALL SIZES AND osPI
t\ cast fine reflections on the fair cityof that as soon ns Mr. Shrigley has thepapers Lion Brand Oxford Shirts, Collars
I, (! I 98 SELLING AT REDUCED PRICES.
properly finished his $
I FORMER OSCEOLA GUARD Tarpon Springs."I covering attached; reduced from $3.00_ __ ..
want | patent he will begin to turn out in
to indignationas
1 IN TOILS FOR CRUELTY express my A %'EW. LINE OF LADIES'
large quantities which will DRESSES.
a native citizen of Florida that a product One lot of Men's Striped Shirts,
t such conditions allowed. make Kissimmee famous. The price $1.98 I CHEAP. ONLY A FEW LEFT.
j z: S. !M. Rogers, whose preliminarv "To think that are for the petty offense I' outof. the attractive features, $2.50'lluc; Sale Price___ ___ _ _
/ hearing/ was scheduled for this week | which, according to'the manufacturer PILLOW CASES 42
f utenlinfr ride train -
\ i nt Punta Gorda on whipping chargesin ; man<< far: from"a "home' on n," no money-n young will be about half the cost of similar Men's Nainsook. IJ. V. I)., Tapkis9VC INCHES( 50 C I'EI; PAIR tins
in Charlotte county, was formerly :n
type machines _
no fiiemls-should lie leased out R."I01l'n brand one-piece -- -- --
i I .._, _
P ;, convict guard in Osceola county. It ;
( "whipped"' when in no bo'lilv OUR ENTIRE LINE OF PIECE GOODS;
is said with that on account his services of cruelty.were dispensed i 1 1j I condition to stand the "hrutil"] treatment ; I ENGTH: OF WORKING SEASON\ 7.r! c B. V. .1 U., which we arc now selling I 59c CLOSED OUT AT A BIG m

1 j The charges involving him at this which ended his life. Why was UG<; FACTOR IN:" ROAD UU1I.DING! for -,- '
time the result of I he not released! when the money caiie ABOUT 100 PAIR OF SHOES LEFT Y"R<
are a grand juryM I I ili-w01kinl
from "home?" The "shc-riflf" surely 'Ihe[ !length of ( KCMIRCII Ladies' Full Fashioned Silk Hose FIRE s'J+
fol'owinet investigations SALE WHICH WE ARE ; .
presentment :
1 i ;is, a most important element in road $1.75 1
is fault. in
at AsI told
bv Sheriff Tippins and County Com- lady me i conduction and one in which there $:!.//j0 value CHEAP. s'A
Clearwnter f-hu) couldn't! Bleep after
mi"sioicr; Thompson of Lee county.It \ I ie"d'ng'; of this affair ..|lip considerable variation, according, tn I
is I
alleged that prisoners were forced -
the bureau. of rou'dn. of
"Tli' people of Florida must II..nclot'st l I public tieUnited . _
to work twelve to fourteen hoursa 1 States; dejmitment. of agriculture - ,---.........
out! PMt -
day and whipped for told no of apparent 'ante" will upon be freed protest from h'> such ourfair de ( which has. collected data from _ -_ __ .._ h ---- -.. ._ ,
Investigators
reason. 'all of the -- -- inV
statea.Deducting
1 pKxablu conditions. I
? ces where convicts were .'instan-j _ _.u_ | ) Sundays only there are SCOUT DRIVE WENT CHAM HER UOOSTS''on :: CHAMBER COMMERCE
they fell as many as 150 blows MIADE( SCHOOLS ala workingdays in the and Alabama
administered. year i OVER WITH EASE THE;: BULKHEAD HILL
FINISH YEAR'S WORK 1' Mississippi and New Mexico I PASSES ;

McCRORY REMODELING!\ IS All the grades up to and including :I' 800 report'of them.that grading Neighboring.states is possible re-on 1 Continued from page' 1)) (Continued from page. 1) i (Continued from pa r,4 in'I

SAVING FOLKS', MONEY the '!!Ixth,. of the Kissimmee: schools, part as follows: Florida" 'Ma; Louisiana i Carson Farmer'treasurer, as soon aspo not be done without an act of the been opposed to It before
{ t finished their school year Monday, 260: and Texas, 275. Contrast !, 'i"iblo in order that Osceola county legislature. And the legislature'will tion was m.del explained '
Because the McCrory$ building is morning. The (seventh and eighth ed, with these are Maine' with 110 j may, have bo*: entire quota paid up. not meet after adjournment of the tlon to It ch
s "; being remodeled: Kissimmee people grades, and the high school, have an- New York 150; Wisconsin, lG3und; I I Most of the pledges came in five present session, in'the natural course moved by the clauae_
w' ' will save money. The reason is that cther month.' western Oregon, 100. In 14 states dollar subscriptions. Some were for of events for tWO yearn moreIn: 'for the referendum vote.
when the remodeling gets': under way Superintendent C. E. Yowe'l says grading/ will probably be impractical more. The list of subscribers, with In their special meeting/ week ed that the bill had not !
j + in the part where Fred Gilbert has that in many ways this has benn the I I after the middle of November, anil in tho amount of their donations follows ago last Friday they were no nearer due publicity before it
I his store he'stot/ to make room for PMt successful year the Kissimmee some of them at an earlier date. : Business and Professional ji solution than the week before. Considerable I ed. Mr. Steed explained 'Ib
+" the work. This means he must make schools have ever had. The average I. Gravel surfacing can be placed in i Women's Club, $11C.C7; George T. pressure had been broughtto problem had been
a quick turnover on a lot of the goodsin attendance has been larger than in I I most of the states on from 120 U 200 Sinpeltary and the City of Kissimmee bear upon them to divert the funds the commissioners for
,.. his store, all of them in fact according the history of the schools. working days, although; 10( of them $25 each; W. G. Hankins and W. for paving. They couldn't assume without their reaching
\'I to the big two-page; advertisement Miss Marv C. Bryan has just concluded report a greater; number.In K. Sanderson $15 each; Bank of Oaola that responsibility: and they didn't 'l"Iualons. and the action ,
in the center of this week's her thirty-first year teacher 26 states concrete surfacing can i'<- County, $10; C. L. Handy, $((5. want to. They finally decided that j upon as the only way to
1, :' ( Gazette. lie is knocking off 20 percent of the third grade in Kissimmee, anti be placed on from 100 to 150 duyw Five dollar subscription were made immediate action was necessary to ers state their choice.
i M on all the goods in the house, Miss Emma Yowell her twenty- and in 16 states on from 1GO to 200 by A. S. Brunson, J. C. Buckels U. J. enable the voters to decide whether assure its passage he
, 1 1 and he lists' some bargains which eighth as primary teacher and prin. days. In 28 states the season is K 'iierally .Buirows Joljn S. Cndtl, B. B. Doughten they wanted to keep on with the j, patched to Tallahassee : o'a
i make good reading. ripal. ) over by November 1.'i Carson Farmer Dr. H. S. Ge'ger/ bulkheading/ or to pave streets. They |I after the special '
+ K ; James M 1. Johnston Edgar; Katz, therefore sent the city attorney to night.
-- - --- --- --- Howard Katz, Kissimmee Valley G'zette :? Tallahassee to get a bill introduces) / Everybody saw that the
I Kissimmee Wholesale Grocery, which would allow the present fundsto was an enabling act to let
''i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiILs Kissimmee Women's Club, S. L. Lup- l he diverted to street paving incase .decide what they wanted
r* { = fer. Makinson Hardware Company a majority of the freeholders j| John S. Cadel made a 0a+
',. = Merchants and Farmers Bank Judge should so vote. the Chamber of
==
=-= ,IT. M. Murphy, John L. Ovcrstreet, The bill\ was introduced by Representative the bill and wire
-- =- I George W. Persons, E. Vernon Porter Acre and then Mr. Steed Acree to that effect, and
'J == == I Miss Rengil: A. Rosen D. B. Shaver, discovered that there was oppositionto tlon be circulated by a tic
--- -- W. J. Steed Mrs. Minna Taw, J. W. it on the part of Messrs. S. B, mittee to get the
Lawrence and Leon- as to their attitude.
= -- Thompson Trees Aultman and Pat Johnston which objections '
== == ard Williams Two dollar and a half were concurred in) by J. W. amended the motion to a'b
: = == subscriptions came from Mrs.,, X( Watson, now of Miami who owns! signatures of both those +
1 t == == Buckets, Miss Lucy Buckets and property on the lake front. Mr. and opposed to, the bill, in
; ; === = Armstrong Perry and one dollarA. Steed thereupon asked Mr. Acree to as accurate estimate
j The Bank With = R. Dennis. hold up the bill until he could get an might be made of popular
= = The ease with which the money was expression from Kissimmee citizenry in the matter. The motion

, 1 == the = raised shows what the people of Kis- as to their desires in the matter, and ed, was unanimously
, -=== =- I simmee- think of their Boy Scouts. he presented the subject In full at the Messrs. Howard Katz
t 3'' f == Ability =-= Man after man said as he made his chamber mc-eting. Since the bill Yowell spoke in favor of
donation "I wish they had had Bov would leave the funds in exactly the tax belnif levied for ofV

,'. and A BANK ACCOUNT NEVER = Scouts when I was a kid," and. same status as at present, until voted in the. Kissimmee district,
\ age is to be levied at
through the generosity of the peopleof upon and changed by a majority v3teo
: f' .. == the and this the Kissimmee freeholders, May 21. The chamber
f === Wlltngne.s........ city county, pres- no objections ord atZ
as urging the
: = ent /generation! of boys will not have were voiced, and the chamber
r in their for
= to make that remark in years to passed resolutions endorsing the bill vote five mills
i-4 ': i = to Serve PUT ANY MAN INTOBANKRUPTCY come. Only one or two instances and appointed a committee to prepare for Leo the FI.next two years.
ii. were met by the committee where a and circulate a petition to allow for Wilson county
=
= -- request for donation was refused.St. signatures' / of both those in favor of II' minded the members of the !
i. the bill and those opposed. The bill, meetings scheduled lor'
f. Cloud is well toward raising
tip ; in the morning at the
i : : :: DEPOSITS INSURED its quota, having/ already sent in half as introduced, follows: tel in Kissimmee/ and
its share and the rest will soon be A Bill To Be Entitled the afternoon at the city

= forth coming. An Act authorizing/ and directing thl Cloud.J. .
/ .t. = I City Commission of the City of E. Lupfer presented
: s < = ( =- COUNTY GUARD NOT Kissimmee, Florida, to transfer all I endorsing James M.
GETTING MAINTENANCE money now in bulkhead fund to the I game commissioner in th cIp
I cii
B k'rM street fund. the passage of the ... '
iS't E. L. D. Overstreet, chairman of Be It Enacted by the Legislature of game commission law, and
} = / the board of county commissioners the State of Florida: ber, again unanimously, '
== has called the attention of The Gazette Section 1. The City Commission of Duncan for this important
==, = to an item which appeared in the City of Kissimmee, Florida, is. I
== Cn the minutes of the meeting of April hereby authorized and. directed to BAPTIST PASTORS

== == under disbursements! in the road and transfer all money that may be in the FORM rco'
bridge fund, which has been misunderstood bulkhead fund to the street fund.
I IrIBank Section 2. This Act shall only take
by some people. The misunderstanding
Dr. J. A. Sutton,
effect and
ratification
> issued one to arose Dan ever Brown two ,warrants convictguard by an affirmative vote of a majorityof Rev. B. AtchUon, of atb
went to Orlando
: of Osceola for. 145. and the oth.r.' to.Mrs. the dolrtTnalin:; d and registered the-o nlaatlon of Monday the +
voters of th. City of Kinrijnm then
County Ada BAM, can Dan Brownie; child **, ,
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