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 18, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01116
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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AWAITS THE. VOTERS' .ON MOTHERS' DAY University Growers Valuable Experts: Instructions Give ''The Local In Mba Economic.Madge Horn Department of The State Conduct Horn HAS, A. RAIN .PARTY)I THE TABERNACLE

Insect and Fungus Control Classes For Osceola' Women
I Monday Will Be the Day To Women's, Club and Churches Mr. Mills Starts Singing Seats Tonight Reserved For

| Decide That High Rating' Have Special Programs' Armed and with a choice a double collection barrelled of thing spyglass Newby The dining Inn presented room scenes of the of former unusual :. About Noah's Ark And Ladies'While the Men Are.

Will Be Maintained Saturday and Sunday as they ought not to be, three experts activity and accomplishment! Lightning Strikes To Do The Singing
from the extension division of the during the first three days of this ., '

Next Monday is an' important day Observation of Mothers' Day in state university spent Wednesday week. At almost any time during "Forty! days ft'rained," ling Evar Tonight, will be ladies' night at the
for the voters of Kisaimmee to face Kissimmee began Saturday afternoon morning telling the citrus growers of the) morning, afternoon, or 'evening, ett C Mills at the Chamber of Commerce ,Tabernacle of the .Union Evangelistic
Upon that day has been set the- olcc at the Chapter House, when the Kia Kissimmee how to change their! the casual passer-by,glancing throughthe ,luncheon ,tWednesday. That'i Campaign. Providing the rain allow
tion to determine what the nillag< simmee Women's Club presented an sources of these exhibits into things window, might have thought himself as far*s he got at that time Down the meeting to be held there the center -
for the achool tax ahall be in Special! appropriate program on the lawn as they should be. in "a metropolitan manufacturing came a deluge which looked at If his sections will be resented for the
Tax School District,No.,4, or the Ki. Seats had ,!been procured from the< Professor J. R.. Watson, entomologist concern for Turning out ladies' bon- tory'might .be about to repeat'itself ladles, and ,their masculine escorts,
simmeej district. Varioas, district ,In evangelistic,tent, which were carrier of the, experiment station at nets. Approximately twenty women wit the chamber rooms\for the ark. admirers, accompanists, and, In fact
Florida are voting the maximum ten to the Chapter House lawn by the< Gainesville and Professor Ed I. could have been aeen, with all shapes Of/couae there' weren't two cf. alkinds all those of the male persuasion will
mills The Klssimmeo dUtrtct could Boy Scouts, to accommodate the audience Ayers. specialist on insects and plan and colors of hats; in all''stages of of animals;there, .'80 .it'wasn'tin have to take to the aides. Dr. Grant
very,well use the money that such .a at this "twilight tea." Red and dlveases, accompanied by District construction- while a nice looking ., line for exact repetition, but?the Is going to preach a sermon especially -
levy would produ ". But, ieg rdl M. white flowers were used to decorate Agent E. W. Jenkins, arrived early; young' woman, whom the said onlooker ;, way the Prain "'deluged"'and the 'light.ning I written for the ladies though the
of wjtat might be' advisable- some I and each person present was given In the morning for two citrus meet. might have thought the "fore crashed U looked like an illustrated men are not barred at alL They are
thing re'essent'aL' And one of the ingd. which had been ararnged by lady. passed among them giving a songs Mat, Mills made another: urged to come as usual,' and what ia
most essential thing for the free- one.After ,"Home Sweet. Home" had County Agent Leo Wilson. Twenty word of advice or a hclpnig: hand. start, however; and:. finished the song : more they,. are expected to do the
holdf'ra-of the com nunity to consider I been sung by everybody; Dr. W. IIDreschdiscusBed"Mothe4hood.4ealin five growers met them in the morninj ,Again, occasional pilgrimages to the Mrs. Mills gave 'a very interesting singing. Mr. Mills has been asked to
in that more money in needed, la ab- |' at the Graystone hotel dining room trunk in the, room might have'remind- phonoiogue-that's'a good word- depicting have a men's chorus and he says hell
aolutely necessary It..prellent, higli i with.the old. fashioned and the modern which Mrs::'Baird had made available ed om" of an ''old fashioned "gral the siha"of lovelornmai J have it.
standards are to be,maintained. Thu I mother., Mrs, Evarett C. Mills ren- for the purpose, and heard much to sale.. in end. the size of her conversation duo I Dr. Grant says that on Suday night
dered -"Mother of their advantage. The afternoon meeting The activity the room which'Mrs.EdmortHOn .: he will
funds, available from the three mil! i Pearl Miss Mar ing engagement, immediately followed preach from the "most appall
| levy which has -.been in force during I garet Stanford read "The White Carnation scheduled for Saint Cloud, was had made available to the by a contrasting conversation with (ng 'and terrible text In the Bible."
the lust two yean, will not ," Mrs. Susan Speir Smedel unfortunately prevented by the rec WOmen of the home demonstration similar setting, after; the knot had Monday night -'will" be "Question
maintain present standards, {even'I sang "Mother of Mine," Mrs. J, E. ord-breaking rain which started about clubs which Miss Alblna Smith has been tied 'Mr. and Mrs. Mills were Night.'* Anybody i who wants him to
ing? to the figures which the I Lupfer read "My Mother's Bible," noon. been conducting this sear; wu. due enjoyed in some duets also. answer any questions are asked to
ficials hay. laid.before the and a high school girls' chorus closed The university men brought a bin- to the millinery achool conducted by The entertainment, or rather most mail or hand their questions to him
I the program with "Nobody Knows) ocular microscope with them and Mr. the extension division of the state un I of it. came because of a motion diametrically or to the executive committee from
Kissimmee people are proudf But Mother." A short social hour Wilson had collected a largo numberof iversity. The "fore-lady1'" was Mist opposed to what the usual now till the close of the Sundaynight'
their schools. Thjp people jut outside followed, with refreshments served by specimens of citrus insects and Madge Horn millinery) expert for the motion is In the neighborhood of one meeting. They will be answered -
the city limits are appreciativeof Mesdames Roberson and Steed.A diseased branches and foliage, which state, and the "grab sale" trunk washer o'clock. Instead of the customary "I the following night.
the school facilities which aru afforded ot- most Interesting program was were used for the Instruction of the own, in which she carried all the move we adjourn" some one said '''Imen'e Last Sunday afternoon the big tent
their children. Any one school men present. The microscnp.3 diaclcs necessary construction material for accommodated audience which
given at the Sunday hour al we stay till it quits raining an wasmore
either the townspeople or those in the ed excellent specimens of rust mit hats, from the underpinning to the
the First Methodist church, where a ? and there were eleven seconds. There than well repaid for coming out ++
adjacent country would fight to a man very large congregation gathered to white fly, purple scale And iha Florid: steeple. Many and varied were the were some "big guns" present-not In the afternoon. Most of the meet
if anything outside threatened the observe Mothers' Day. In addition to ted headed scale, in addition to specImens rreatiorn fashioned under her tutelage referring to the' barrage whicbr was inca have been abandoned in the aft
standards of the schools. And there'sDO of thrips cotton. cushion scale and some fifty women of Osce. I the tent is
beautiful red and white flower decor- : being laid down by J. Pluvius-from ernoons as too warm to be
doubt but that the five mill levy ations there was a large number of and the mealy bug. Benertdal. fungi ola county are possessors of hat the extension division of the state university comfortable when the sunshine strikes
which the officials know is the leas., huge bn elects' Of white flowers broughtIn were exhibited also, anr.ong them bng which, had they bought them, would and County Agent Leo Wilson It. But Sunday afternoon there were)
with which they can maintain present loving remembrance of mothen the red ascheronia, or red fun*. have cost them from six to ten times introduced them. a goodly number of people there to
standards, will pass by a big ma- who had gone on. Everyone enteringthe ous, the grey headed and the black the amount actuallv expended. E. W. Jenkins, district agent in hear the kiddies sing..And they sang!
jority. Ten people out of eleven vot church was met by a committee fungous for combatting nurpla scale, Misa Horn says the state furnishesthe charge of county agents, Prof. Ed. L. Mr. and Mrs. Mills had not only
. ing would mean a big majority. But of young ladles who pinned a flower and the brown fungous to use against materials at cost. Most of them Ayers, specialist on insects and plant aught them a number of songs which
that isn't a big enough number of the the white and fruit come frem a ten cent store, except I
on each person who had none. Sev- fly. Foliage wen diseases and Prof. J. R. Watson entomolcglat they rendered with surprising ability,
voters to leave the important matterto. enty-five mothers were in attendanceat on hand showing the effects of lemon certain building material the names' of the experiment station, but they had all learned the answers !
Everyone who is a freeholder in the exercises.The scab melanose withertip, Fronchinjj and uses of which the scribe's un- each responded briefly to invitationsto to fifty questions, and when askedthe
the district and who has paid his poll program opened with congregational and dicback. The speake-8 also discussed tutored mind could not grasp. Whenpracticable speak. Miss Madge Horn, millinery questions the whole chorus answered
tax and become a qualified voter for I I singing "Love Lifted Me" treatment measures ror gum- she purchases the mate- expert of the home economics them in inspiring manner. It. waa a
thia election should 'consider it not followed by the scripture lesson,, moxis and foot rot. rial from local dealers: in the communities branch of the university: extension sight well worth seeing with the r
only his duty, but his privilege, to go Proverbs Verses 25 t.o.:3: to the polls next Monday bright and I I W. C. XXXIj led in prayer and an program dealing with the fall!! She has the job of hat engineer to but that attractive young woman two hundred' and fifty children, and
early) and emphatically tell the world address of welccm /Iwas given by clean-up spray with oil:\ mulsion. to All the counties of the state, spending disappointed the' crowd by waiving. some few who might not .like the
I he will not stand for lowering thestandards John L. Ovcr treet, superintendent of Mil injurious injects. and leave the (From three days to a week in each her right to speak. Nobody blamedher term but here it is used to describe
, of the Kissimmee .schools! the Sunday school. Mrs. Evarett C.' tree fairly clean for the winter, whichhe : county. Recent! classes were conducted as the fury' of the thunderstorm all who were under twenty. Their
He can do that by .voting, and by Mills I II delighted writing in the blank space provided of her pianolOKues. the "Old Red ant spray to remember. The n.--rt ( Orlando for eight weeks but ordinarily Mrs. James M. Duncan addressedthe and answers to scriptural quizzeswere
I the figure "5." Nothing less than I Cradle," and Miss Irene Ingram re I important l ia that for rust mite, which she plays to three day or one week chamber regarding"Better Homes also an inspiration.A +
I five mills will do. Lot's show the cited "Mothers' Day" and Alta Ruth IK prevalent in dry weather which i is. stand. The courses are primarily I Week," which will be observed this record breaking crowd is expected
rest of the country that Kissimmee is OvefHtreet "Modern Mohters." Mr. usually necessary in May and Jur.p,. designed she "a home the women year from June 4 to June 10, outlining on Sunday night. There will be
I, not only proud of her schools but is '! Mills touched the (congregation with and for he-late fruit, in SFptemier and girls of the demonstration the plans for the week and assuring but two more Sundays of the eamaign -
interested in them. hU rendition of "If I Should Lose My and October. During rainy or wet clubs which the county agent organize 11 her hearers that there would > .. as it is scheduled to close on
Three trustees are to be elected 4,11,0. I'I Mother I Couldn't Buy Another If I weather, he said beneficial\ ; l fungi attack and (conduct but all women are be no collection taken. She urgedthe Sunday,' the twenty-iseventh.
| Those qualifying for the ticket Had All The World And Its Gold." the rust mite and the spray is welcome. I business men to decorate their '
I trustees, James M. lens needed. For melanofto fungous; Miss Horn left Thursday for Moore I Mrs. W. J. Fripp, of Kissimmee.
are the present The program( closed with the congregation ; windows and put on sale articles untilafter
Johnston J. L. Overatreet, and Fred singing "Home Sweet Home," he recommended thorou.rn pruning; lavett, and will spend next week in I which would tend toward better has arrived in the city to remain
end spraying twenty days nfler the Fort Myers and vicinity. that whoeverhad commencement at the Women'sCollege
S. Gilbert. I with Miss Johnnie Bronsdn. at the homes and suggested
Remember the date. Next Monday, piano.Mothers'. petals fall from the 1o l .oins, witi Mrs. J. Ringel mother of Mrs. O. homes which they thought were of her daughter and to attend from that the institution.graduation
Darlington Day was observed at the bordeaux oil.. If melanose is severe it "better" should enter them in the national
At the yvlllson building on P. Taw left Tuesday for New York, She is located at the home of Miss
avenue. Any time after 'eight o'clock First Baptist church, in the absence is always wise to give the tree;.i a via the Clyde Line accompanied by contest for the $500 prize. The Claasslenj. Demo- v
Tallahassee
in the morning'aDd before-sun.down. of the pastor, Dr; J.* A: Sutton. witha second spraying In the middle of May Mrs. I.. Dickey, of Tampa. Mrs. Rin- chamber passed a resolution endorsing crat. Daily
Before noon will be better. program of prayer, scripture, sing For citrus scab he advof.it vitray-- gel will spend the summer with her the "Better Homes" movement. ,
: ing'and recitations. E. S.- hall led ing with bordeaux oil or liuiQ sulphur daughter, Mrs. Harry Thompson; of John McWhorterr who is almost a Vote the 5-M1H School Tax Monday
S Vote Monday If You're "Qualified in the} Bible reading and prayer then during the bloom. Ridirewood, New Jersey. resident of Osceola county now as he
MIueRuth'{ Hermberg ana Helen is collecting data for the big Osceola
K [ ELECTION is. 1 Chapman rendered the duet. "My Vote Monday You're Qualified Vote the 5-M1I1 School Tax Monday County Section of the Tampa Tribunein 7 ,OSCEOLA GIRLS TO :
BOND : Mother's,Prayer." Frances May re- the near future, made a few ..re ?
cited "The Little Girl's Joy," Mrs. marks about the -effort to; ,have an- '
: t SEUOBJUNE-16 : Smedell sang "Mother o' Mine," and LOCAL. SCOUTS WILL EPISCOPALIANS GET other cross-state road connecting FINISH ATF. S. C. :W.

_. Mrs. A. C. Chapman read "Some Mime and Sanford agitation for !
Mother's Child." Ruth lIerzbersr sang which is now under way. Ho attended r
To Vote On Bond Issue'For' ")lother", and Wilhelmina Carson CUD ,HONOR COURT GUILD HALL .STARTEDBrick a meeting last week'where the Invitations Received For
+re gave "Jesus Saviour Pilot Me," \in subject was brought up by representatives Commencement ExercisesAt
[ New School Buildings In pantomime. James Earl Lupfer Jr. of Brevard and Seminole coun-
recited Mother's Prayer: by 'if'niedut't Four Kissimmee Boys Will Arriving To Begin A tie.*. He also spoke words about tiling -: TallahasseeSeven

he I Kissimmee- District "My Mother's Prayer" by Jessie Try For Merit Badges At Structure Which Will Be land, resultant land values and I
by of tilo drained areas' ladies who graduatedfrom
May Griffin and Dickie Waring. Mrs.J. I productivity young
11 I June 16 was officially designated E. Lupfer sang "Mother's Hand," Orlando Court Tonight A Community ServiceThe which should stimulate more tiling in the Osceola High School at Kis
'n- I by the County Board of Public Instruction and read, ,:'Mother's Way; Margaret -- Osceola county. : simmee will also graduate this yearfrom
't- last Monday, as the date I Waring read "Uncle Alex's Bad Tonight is a big night in Boy Scout goal toward which the ladles I Secretary Burrows announced that the Florida State College for
upon which the duly qualified electorsI Folks and Elizabeth Waring sang, circle The District .Court of Honor of Saint John's Guild have been working he had been in communication with : Women at Tallahassee. Local people
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I of Special Tax School District No.4. "If you Love Your Mother Meet Her will be ,held in the Orange county for the past two years Is about Melbourne that morning following an have this week received invitations
' { who are freeholders shall determine In The Skies." Albert Sutton sang and four item in a morning paper outlining the from the board of control, the faculty,
' [ whether adequate provision shall be "Tell Mother I'll Be There" and Mrs.A. court room at Orlando to be achieved. This week the brick proposed plans of the state road department and the senior class to attend the
ay | made for school buildings. The election Wemple read "Tired Mothers." scouts from Kissimmee Troop Number began arriving for the new Parish which did not mention the commencement exercises which will
[ is called to authorize a bond in. I In the other churches the day was One will be in attendance to be Hall to be erected just hack of Saint Osceola-tc-Gulf Highway, and that) he take place on the thirtieth of May.
due of $95 000 to provide funds to nc- observed with appropriate sermons examined for merit badges., The boys John's Episcopal church facing:! on had been assured that the contract Seventeen girls from Klssimmee ,K
-r. | quire, build enlarge furnish, and end music but no special programs are all wearers of merit badges of would be let very shortly for completion are enrolled at the state college. It
n otherwise improve buildings and were rendered. Sproule avenue. of the road between Kissimmee has been stated that the number of
+at school grounds for the exclusive use different sorts now won at the Coun- Saint John's Parish\ Hall, while primarily and Melbouine. Mr. Steed said that girls from this city is the largest, in
-s of the public free schools within the I Vote the 5-MiH School Tax Monday ty Court of Honor held in Kissimmee intended for the religious! and bids! were being called for now for proportion to population, of any city j
ve Special Tax School District known as seme time ago. Tonight they will get social activities of Saint John's the construction of the Brevard coun- in Florida. The young women who
t-{ the "Kissimmee District," SUB-EXCHANGE MAKES higher honors, in case they pass the ty section, exclusive of the part of are honoring Kissimmee thisyear by
n- The petition was' presented to the examinations. church, will be, according to the plansof the road in both Osceola county and graduating from the state institutionare
county board at"its meeting last week I LOCAL MAN OFFICER Alfred Wilson is up for the greatest tho church and guild officials of Brevard which hud already been .Misses Helen Bass Carolyn v
ed and the action, taken at a special I _ number of them. lie will be examined considerable service to the city of promised by the state department Fripp, Norma Griffin Muriel Prentis
'or meeting Monday the petition having Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange: tonight for proficiency in Kissimmee and its organizations. which bids were returnable June 16, Irene Reed Mary Singeltary, and
{' been filed the requisite time and signed Sets New High Mark For SeIUlOn'SShipment cycling firemanxhip, first Did to ani- and that the officials of the state de- !Mary Tiller.
at by more than twenty-five percent : ,Cadet] Vice President mals, craft in wood first aid, and Primarily it will be for the Sunday partment wore favorable to finishingthis
+le of the duly qualified electors residing carpentry. school rooms and the guild activities cross-state highway. Vote the 5-Mill School Tax Monday '
rat within the district affected. John S. Cadel of Kissimmee was Clayton Yates and Donald Walker but it will be at the disposal of all J. L. Overstreet brought up the
The resolutions adopted by theE elected vice-president of the Orange wilt strive for honors in first aid, community organizations such as the question of needed equipment in the LEGION'S POPPIES
county board together with the call County Citrus Sub-exchange. branch personal health and] public health. various women's clubs, the Boy chamber rooms to make things more
for the election appears in this issue of the Florida Citrus Exchange, at whiU J. Y. "Buster" Hankin will be Scouts and the American Legion for convenient for the ladies who serve ARRIVE FROM FRANCE
ill of The Gazette on 'page 8. H. N. 'the directors' meeting in Orlando, in line for merit badges in public social gatherings and entertainments. the luncheons. The board of county c
es Bratton, S. L. Lupfer, Jr., and( E. G. I Tuesday. Dr. C. R. Switzer, of Win- health, first aid, and bugling. The church and guild committees commissioners bad appropriated $500. Beautiful Work Of Disabled French
II Vans Agnew are named as Inspectorseat ter Park, was, re-elected president.L. The, personal and public health examinations want to make the hall fill a community to the 'chamber but the money had' Soldier Will Be Sold Bv Poet e
on said election. A. Hakes was named secretary were made by Dr. II. S. neolr'where organizations may not been available until now. He For Foreign Grave Fund
. and manager, and Miss Louise Allen Geiger of Kissimmee and part of meet without cost to prosecute what stated that this money was now available --
.eex TO FILE COMPLAINT assistant secretary. L.. W. Tilden, of thejr credits came from their work in ever undertakings may be for the bet and suggested that part of it be The memorial poppies which the
Tildenville, was chosen a* the sub- the doctor's anti-mosquito program.All terment of the city. used for this needed equipment. His William T. Maklnson Post of 1he4meric.n ;
sae AGAINST TELEPHONE exchange representative on the boardof relatives and friends of the The building will be constructed of suggestion was greeted with applause Legion will sell next week
directors of the exchange. Scouts are welcoM V attend the stucco over metal lath and will con- and the board of governors was ad- and beautiful. ?
arrived are
s Local Attorney Acting In Personal The Orange county sMb-exchange Court of Honor at Orlando and Judg- form to the general lines of Saint vised as to the sense of the meeting have made in France very by dissble'd .
They were
oe Capacity Aaka That Additional Includes the packing houses at Kissimmee ing by the interest and impreasive- John's church building. In addition toa that these plans be carried out im French soldiers and the national
' Complaints Be Given Him Orlando. Winter Garden ness of the county court recently the large floor where parish gatheringsmay mediately.Vote headquarters of the American Legion -
in Winter Park, Tildenville, Plymouth, occasion should prove of great inter- be accommodated there will bea Monday If You're Qualified has secured two million of
nt I am filing complaint with the Railroad and Geneva.A est to all who attend. stage dressing rooms lavatories: of them for sale prior to Memorial
Commission on account of the I new high record for a seasons' and a kitchenette. A large open fireplace GOOD LUCK. FRIPP .
+1 charges and service of the Kissimmee shipments was disclosed in Mr. Hake's Vote Monday If You're Qualified will give a homey touch to the Day.There is an official American Legion t
or Telephone Company! and I shall ap- I report a total of 705.000 boxes of NOTICE TO STOCK OWNERS assembly room which will seat good When you read this W. J. Fripp streamer attached to each which ;
preciate it if anybody having a comp fruit having been shipped since the sized audiences for entertainmentswhere will be on his way to Havana. It is will do away with the efforts of imposters -
plaint with reference to eitherof beginning of the season. This is considerably I am advised by the Board of Coun- the stage is used. needless to say that the "News" and to sell poppies for personal
these matters will communicate with higher than the previous ty Commissioners that complaintshave Construction of the Parish Hall is has been done before in some
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sol gain as
this
Ir; me so that I can present the facts largest! record and several carloads been received by them that the in the hands of F. E. Woodward, local its readers will miss gallant cities. The peoples will be sold in
about their complaints to the Rail. remain to be moved before the end law about live stock Inspection Is not contractor, who expects to have the dier for'the Commongood.Those Kissimmee on Saturday, Monday, and
road Commission at the same time of the season. being' 'complied with. building ready for use early in July. of us who came most frequently Tuesday May 28 28 and 29. The
with my own. The citrus growers and officials This is to give notice that it is a The edifice has been made possible in contact with him know thdt price of the poppies will be disere-
'S I am filing the complaint on my present:at,the meeting seemed unanimous violation of the criminal law to sell largely' through the efforts of the ,ladies is the vehicle ofa Honarv with the purchaser. AnT silver -
j own account and not aa an in their opinion that next sea- orbutcher: for sale any live stock unless of Saint John's Guild, who have his slender physique coin will-be acceptable, and there
v and I' simply want these additional ion's citrus crop-will break*'sll records the inspector for the District has been raisisg money for the purpose spirit that ia both tireless and will be no' restrictions against paper }
d2 statement so that the commission for Florida.. be.i),:*0tlfied and a record made by during the last two years. The funds dauntless, and his devotion to the ,
r4 may: be I fully advised of the situation him, which is also required to be re- put at the disposal of the church for cauae of the workers will never be money.The committee, appointed to an
bere.v G. P. GARRETT Dr. T. M. Rivera returned Wednesday ported to the Board of County Com- this end by the Guild have been augmented questioned. memorial service
w ,e from Jacksonville where he reada missioners. From and after this pub by_generous donations. of in- Aa editor he gave of his beat to range iMmoriaD l ,.. will report .at -
r Mr',ft. M. Angas la entertaining paper entitled.The Relation of a lication of this notice'offenders will divfcraaU III; th. churchj the columns of the Miami Central next* Tuesday nlght'a ,meeting at the :4 I'
,d her mother and sister, Mrs. C. A. Carson Local Surgeon the Railway Company" be prosecuted 'v to the extent"of the The brick work will be dons by Jack News and from Alaska to Miami, few Makinson bungalow on Sproula ave
,. and .Mrs. C- E. Dunaway, this before the convention of the law. MILTON PLEDGER ,. Baas who is donating the labor. for mtmlaav* a.better knowledge ,of this A hat been arranged .i.it
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; 'EIGHT KISSUl1\IfJ\ : :: VALLEY GAZETTE, \. nIDAY, MAY 18, 1923 114

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feed---------------- f.Ln! Hud Petersen road work'--. 81.60 j .

4 Proceedings Of The RFvrgusnn'x j Stole\ merchandlse ..k.14 Frank llurnov road work60.00. ,
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County Commissioners St Cloud Tilliune. leisnl itt-lntliiR 1.2.1111' 11 (' .)tRrth')',, uppllcp.-J---' .-a'1.11.851A' ? !; I 'I
Dixie, lilvrtrlo Shop.' worn--.r, 7.03Iupfet' < \ U Tel ('0.. ..messages.l'6 1.19
-- & IVnther. bal due .on, CatMlU-r Lumber. Oo., lumber.7$1,19
of conntv ntrcitts: 'H.___ ...,.... < (I.lfl It II 'Mtntclc. nted1e1ne.w1.20.
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The Board County Commlasion- idl lne.__ ._. *.1S
I}/lIt ,Ad. Much.\ Co., repair-? *} J' It Kobornon --1
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ers in and for Osceola county Flor li A linss care pnupvt*__r_.., -' <:'."* M Cats: Suns, md.....- -__ 8.11 ,
ida, met In regular session o'l Mon WHIIe HIIKB. worts ,on tXi.. horn 4ull>\ ) there 11/1",11'.. <3or/.(re, tj\II' -- 3.tH'' H !S F'loyd'eupplfea--------- 82.11
day, May 7, at 10 a. m., r-e'njr. Jlldrt'/ (:mll(>tniiniilty, \ .-VOM -..X1KcHVeM It 8 Floyd 'nifile f..ed....--.t, 81.GSA
: present E., L. D. Overtstreet.-; chairman 1. ?_,-"-.._-- 2.110 H OlllieU, Mhor*._.-_?- SMIO r e d
';' J. M. Hansell], U. 0.' Partin A. ? |I''ir T M Rivers.--,,,--.*.>-- :2l tllI K (1 1 Hrtan: Cn, wort-Men-?. * F Bass, and R. V Phillips; Johnston 1 l II" II Hrlnnun, do_. J*..- ?.?? 1 O Hr>'an Co, mule fc .
112H6Klllult :! Joe Jvhnnton. jmrvvyoi11S5 no
Bt Cloud l TrluutiB. 1 blutikR- county
b and Garrett, attorneys for the board, Time : FlKlier CoK-tiiaohlmt.-. .HOO Tom Ji-rnmln rond wont-' -3.40.
'. ? and J.< L. Overstreet, clerk. to Retire? tlsceola H ; The Board was called to order by (IWy rw) imvoln lldw C..? sal.I'II..II.---' :22liVnlkir loo \\* HatKn, road work- 41.75h.hU.ltsrba'
; its chairman and the minutes of the \ 1<)xaim '1LI< 01(11\\11., road wo.'I,. _. -. 2S.70
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i k llo.l < 'lIoll.. 800A '
It-cord bookn ._ l 00 K 1. II lUvrntreot. t"HII(
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f April meeting; read and approved. \ McQulddy. l'rlnllil| ('u, record F n.i. liiHpnctlon- 11.(111
John. McWhorttr representative of books _n-______. Sio.ooA Chas IVtiTHun. lund work- Si.So
the Tampa Tribune, appeared before II \\" n I Brew. 'Co., record hooks 1 tort no 1 1I Jim r taeon rond work: ___ __ Zt.RftO How 4
't. the board and asked them to take two \ \ c'rowder, (ll,mliir] pnuiier,nrrax' fi.on" V Ashl Oh pall out fur labor 1.10 r
'alta Ad. lach e.... n-|>/iilr.- 1000' 'rll\lor Lumber. ('o., lumber-_. M.ST
t' pages advertisement In the Osceola llond n.d llrldice F..d. A J ]>uvl<]xoii, traitor work.. 2nd.70
t county section of the Tibiune, the \ Id 1 W .'hhl...., ("I'emull -tloo.OO Fred K Gilbert 11111'1| J' r cost of which would be $150 per page Mrs Ada HUHB, rare Han Urown's H H Brow, mule feed--------- 26.1<5
Cloud child ._ .'u. 30.,0 J R ItobcrtH. road woi'k_ 6000'
i C. J. Johnson, editor of the St Pall Hi'own. ouiixirt' guard/: 4300: ,"' J Brown ruad work_ 56.00 Will Live? -
r Tribune being present stated that) in Aultir lla>...... fiiini cook50.00 N' H Roberta toad work__- C.6.00 !
t' 1 his opinion it was'vey 1 good advertise enter !Sharpe. road work -_ 17.110 N 1. llilKht.. road work u -_ __ n 2S 00
ment. Allison T. French, also stated (U..rK. llrunxon. road work __ in.T.O 'A J Len, road work_ _ 17.COV You can count those baby chicks now and mark
'.,. I..." "" NurHe. road work -_ BlifcOSilluH e \ Prune. lumber for rortd_- tl.B
that he considered it the very best advertisement Clcinnioim. road wurk35.40 X'llnt! Simmon. roAd work.--- 7.50Klan a number. But counting them three weeks later
the county could get. lllUi'M, road work__-_- 4.00 up
Carson Farmer president of theChamber Carl Thompson, road cork----- 700 may mean 'a very much smaller number,.unless you
said the Chamber . .00..*.. . . ... . . . . Jack 1-11,rn mOil*. road ..work __ CI.7&
I' of Commerce would takea : : Tall 1 Simmons, road work. _ X0.7SJack start to feeding them right. Baby chicks' digestive
of Commerce possibly
BONNIE: BELLE BEAUTY SHOP. Ilurtxr. road work5.75Isaac
f half page ad. The board fter considering 0 Mra. W. S. Graham O JtHlber. ron.} work-__.. 28.75LUllt..r systems are exceedingly delicate. Too many ,women

r '.'. Commissioner; the matter J. M.,Hansell upon motion seconded of Pertrct Satisfaction; (Duaranteed.HAIIl W II Rulllv& I'rll.lh..r,,". road, gas work20.00 and oil t.4" feed chicks on things they thinkare good chick feed. <

"i by Commissioner A. F. Bass and carried { WORK. A' SPECIALTY I O\II E M Partln Partin road road work work----------_ ____ 30.00M .40 As a result the loss of chicks is large. -

agreed to take two pages, the1Jf' PHIPPS BROTIIERS GARAGE W Rtmmonn, road ,,'ark..u 47(0
I/: .1.1" cost of which to be $300.00, the said Phone. 235 105 Park Ave. H V Phillip, payroll No. 6.. *1.7S
0 0 Purina Chick Startena
,; It V rhllllps. xuppllen_ lu5.61Mennl
amount to be paid when funds were .OOOOOOOO.O OO..O..O. A Scott MUiipllrs- _.. S.7G
Partin and carried
onded II. O.
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Whfc Buttonailk
? available. Woodward Lunibrr Co., lunilr Vt.lt ( )
,. The clerk presented bills as follows; the said resolution was adopted." a. r. KRIBBS W. 3. STEED R O Mlnlrk:' mullein-_ __ .50
St. Cloud Tribune blanks to countyJudpe Messrs. E. B. Haven, W. F. Amos a\ld HHI. road work. ,-S7: .6O !a the very last word in a startinc feed It.
and J. A. Mlnnick, all of the Lake Wilson KRIBBS &: STEED Alton 1'artln. road woilc-. >ulna PURINA
f' Dixie Electric Shop the of years'experience
knowledge
$112.95 represents many
; J I. Ov r tre. t. ri'l-a.c feeii. IS.00
for work in )jail 7.65: Lupfer and district were before the board Att..e nd r...._..... .t Itaw Joe Jullnll', ''''. < x. patrtililK road 74 OoU in poultry feed. CHICK
l rather Garage. for balance{ on county and asloed! them to call an election K....__. If l.rld.Ue.enl John, Tyson A Hull creeks J12C3 .

,I 1480.00 Dayson's Cafe fort far special road and bridge district as .......... 5..11 .<... 'adIIrat.4.tat. I nke \\ ales Natal Slurs <'u.. STAOTBUwmnumMM
agent car, ; asked for in petition presented atApril ea.rt.. xuppllrii __. -__ S2.7SOscioln Chick Startena and Baby Chick Chow
mcald to jury State v4. Joe McBride .
ll.lw Co. xiiiiill' 12.40uaceola
cabC, $37.50; Uupont's Cafe for meals meeting. The said petition H n \#: to jury in case of State vs. Joe Me- having been on file the required rAT JOHNSTON: O. P. GARRETT I...... In JubiiK, atl' nni* 1n0....>.. 1.>0.00llapp nourishment to baby chicks. IIoWrCJItC
period of time and it containing the ItruH.. coit\1 I It HI"II"| 3?.SO;
L:' "a' Bride, $24.55; Elliot Fisher Company Fine rind forf<.ltur fund tranHf One of Startena's principal ingredients -
; Machine for county judge $178; Milton requisite! number ''ef the registered JOHNSTON ft GARRETTATTORNEYS.ATLAW r ou .. _ JSort" .00 buttermilk which
is
\. PledRer amount paid} for detective free hold voters within the said proposed .'life ama. .....r'...."' ....... ,
at $10 Miss Jessie I D. Klien- district. Upon motion of J.M. T I. ('ono 1', Judge Ju\ hurt $ It CO keeps the tiny digestive systems PURINA
r services ; Offices 10 11 and 12 Osceola Bank J ItroTipon: ., Mp""l c'ov. 1V50O
U S. .. Hansell' end seconded<< by A. F. Bass : active.
for costs J P court, $8.76; .
i' man Ram St irKurt) \%/n rd l"11 Logo
Johns for work on Hull and Tyson and carried the election was called Building. J II .1.."..*. font In iaKiH 25 00XV BABYy
.} Creek Bridges $212.63 and J. E. John for the 12th day of June, 4923, A. D. KI SSI tEE, FLORIDA n :Mitk iMHOM' ,, hrulirooTil__ 125Irol'0rt'n Better still. Chick Startena QtlCKQiOWcwnno[
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intuit I. 21.56T. :!
{' '. uton for repairs to Melbourne road, and the following named persons selected R Ftilfmr/ Crdlug plson.-rs' Jur\ I7HG3 is guaranteed when fed as direct- ( )
Upon motion of A. Jo'. Bass ) by the board as inspectors: J. L It Foron..r. iio 5n.
; $74. font HitrinK < urt eeL You can count on more baby .......,
t., rFI I seconded by II. O. Partin and carried, A. Minnick, II. J. Schmidt J. E. Par- I' I. K farmer. ont spring court 121 87 Me.
the clerk was instructed to draw a nsh. inspectors and B. G. Hancock Milton Pledger 1:1118 F. l I'i\ln I. It Karm r. cost Id Jon) Fuur- chicks when you start them on
n)">' cni/ ? 15.111(i Startena. Order for
Chick
warrant in payment of all such biBs. clerk. PLEDGER & DAVISATTORNUYSATIAV : I. II Karini-r.: auto hlr. Jo.- MoHrltlf. your
!' C. F. Johnson reported to the Commissioner R. V. Phillips called gas"> _. 1 Ti.00 chicks nowPFLORIDA)\
; f-. hoard'that he owned Lot 13, 14, and up the matter of purchase of trucks I 1. I: I'.r".r." uu.hhHicreH In re-Mi-.
I : that <- 'STY CrWMIHH._GAL. TWO I llrlde and Fournej r:"inI u -- 1".5P
:. \ 15 Block 162 St. Cloud were
Mate Bank Building Tt Farmer H'nanl nt Jail 30.,0
for road work and after some discussion -
r sold for taxes in 1921, that the city 1 1K I. It Farmer root M I. ltr4nr14.15
e', had agreed to allow him to ledeem, by the Board it was derided that ISSIMMtE:; Ki.oiunv Mlltdlt "'1..cI".r. r the need of trucks was sufficient to 1 I II I\lr H ItiitiMon. H. r\l I I... fl Juror FEED STORES
: for one half of amount, aJl'ainst'thc: .
warrant the of trucks, thereupon M.. lit 'il.' .UK. 1 119
1; 4' Jots, therefore, he asked the board to Commissioner purcha-fc J. M. Hansell .iiKieol.i llanlwurc ('.'... nupfill-n 17 GO
\' j-, recommend the cancelation of all tax Milton I'l.ilt.r. <'onI idle ffB 70''.0..
:i, ....s State and County for a flat sum of made a motion that the board ad'rti'lC I I J 1. co" rMreet. cost ..fiuntfadtl.
!' for bids for two trucks the said PUBLIC: $STES''JHAI'II Ili-ult! nurt -Men 14362 :.
t" i.{?; $150 and clerk's costs. The ]}oard notice to be made returnable to ;May I. Jt Farmer, do 40JJ7 99 I 306
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resolution recommending lurtson's Broadway
1 ( passed a JESSIE D. KLEINMAN I's6 teals to jurors :
} such; cancellation. 21, 1923. motion was seconded by II. .f I 1 I' Kl.lMiuuii. court rp,,rtr 2411,0
o for O. Partin and carried. I i J II Kl Initial), cunt J I' "ft c.m.PtOpUft . K..G
{ Petition of Pat Johnston asking JUSTICE OF PEACE. ..
Itank, .
The clerk presented and read (;"'11- i>arP.ank witness 23570Sp.r4a1
. recommendation of the Board to I
)f ''i Comptroller for cancellation of tax c-ral Presentments of the Grand Jury \ \VUI.HS .AMCI...M.M1DR. : ofISCeula (''P..II..If>iinly, trnclo TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
f; ',. certificates against! ci"tam lots i in for the spring term of the circuit I. I HIM.. It aIc.. KiHHltiitnee Italiil, 12.U iI';
court for 192't: which I''portith the :Mss. Alhina Smith, (*... Ian. age Si*.onlt ,
f. which he was interested was presented / pert of tax ..oll..r. i.h< ndlaiDotmt I
the
1 I to the board by the clerk.] Thereupon report of investigating: committeewas R. J. DENNING Ile!! tfd for li(., ii*.". 12 dfiand Call No. 218TWO.ONEEIGHT
of
ordered the
/ on motion of A. F. Bass, sec spread on minutes fur .poll. tux IMiK Up
1 and carried the board. DENTIST putt, of (M t/ftv. d'I''h'If'' ) sl.oard,
ended by H. O. Partin request -
o Tin follonliiB lillln ", erimn. > 'I l lni the fiillowliiK .bat.iriitH In tli*. M\iru!
was granted and resolution .l>ro\4d. and ordered i>al Id. Over tile Postofflce. fu"d"IH: 1 I. 1Z3li. ( )
J 1 passed. < *.ral H.,... OFFICE HOURS: s to 12.20. 1.10 t. s .-" i IIU., fund _ . . | 6s/2.01.
The matter of changing the Justice K 1.1'' ('r. iHlr<.(I. otnnilHslon, r Residence Phone Flm and forfiltun H..h C7403
r 2 rmitlnicn ? IHIMIJ ', 174Office toad and lirliU'I 344JK d4Sp.
of Peace Districts! was! called to the .:M' Haunt, do-----nuu_ _n_ _ sox Phoa. ISi ..<.lal road l . 24MI ll.43Tli
attention of the board and a resolution H O I'arttn. do-. -_ _. Len: 'k ra.lU-niton . 7S7H.14
was pawed by the Board including ,\ K ItaBB. do----------------- 12."" l'ublirIll. _ un un 1921.49 1 :
pSrecincts Nos 1 2 : and I It! V "Phillip, Jo _- - i'S HO: I Fnlr _. __ 27.48 Orlando Mattress
election , 3,7 factoryWE
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.1 J. o\rMrH I. < I rk II'MMI HHrritiitH' u I. raneellfolio -
election : : P. A. VANS AGNEW .
10 in Justice Dis. No.1. and JohtiHton & Tinned. nllorm\H roo41. ( < d ?rum the ncxeial fund. an .:
Precinct Nos. 4, 5, C, 8 and 9, inJustice i Milton I'lcdKc, pr..M nll)'. .' .1::13.3! (. ,1I"\'lu" .u. __ __ ____ ._ __- $8110.* .
District No. 2, St. Cloud. T I. ('tiier, judK( __- 2". "d.. 1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW | Kim. and furteiture-------, 1.,7.WI REBUILD YOUR
J. It Farmer rare jail.------ i'.50 Read and brldgr----------- 4316: .07J220.
OFFICES /
n, The Board took a recess until 2 P J F. lIall8. janitor-------------- r.1i.I/O | I II Hpeclal road -uu_ _______ _ .oo I COTTON HAIR AND
M. L If 'Wilson county anent- UiiMirt i I Winter Park Florida Publicity _.... ________ '''.''0 FELT MATTRESSES. .
The Board reconvened at 2 P. Mall D .\.* Baas, foreman Co. Home. fii.UO I There being no further business be. -
members of the board being Chamber Commerce. half rent.. 80.00 fore t.be board they adjourned. BOX SPRINGS ETC. .
pres Chamber Commerce St Cloud I 1 E.) L. D.Ovcmtrert. Chairman, ,
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.r ". ;ent half rent ......................? :3000 .... O., + + Attest( J. L. O\ratreet Clerk. > ,t *
:. '.' Estimate of' County1"' Engineer. J. W 1 Barber,' enmmisslons235.12 . .

: \ .\\l . < .', E. Johnston on work ,. M.I.tcu.ce,'. ;1 0 TURNER MARBLE\ & GRANITE Phone 804
) showing Mamie Padgett'---.3i.: .y-:620.00 666 'quickly relieves Consti- 500 W. S uth' Street
. : Mr. L. S. Johns, contractor, B H Kenyon ,...._.__.___._.._. J5.00 0 COMPANY, TAMPA 0 .
t' t.s:1; \ $212.63 due Mr. Johns. Estimate of Fog Peterson ____._u________ __ 18.Oo pation, BiliousnessHead- ORLANDO FLORIDAOLN
:. work done by the engineer on repairs Hill HUBS Uuhun_______ __ 1000 0 MONUMENTS 0 ,
. Mm! II XVIlllatnx., _. _ __ in no 0) 0 aches. Colds and Lagrippe.
: to Melbourne road showing: $74 due Mm I. .\\allor. _ 1" (idin I
1y for such work and estimate of engin- Mrs nil (guy------------u.u 0'Mi M. J. Crowder, Agent Kissimmee n__ __ _ _
; eer showing the amount of cement W (' Tnnner __ \ mi .
e returned to Osceola Hardware Co. in Tude !..,trrnui! (sun. 44444044 OM .0.4400.o.O'O
J .\ I 13 Kinn.ll 400.1i
the sum of $249.92 were presented, (Mi 1 inmciiH, _ <.'IK''
1 't and the same ordered filed. Fi link), luaus? u "410. O.O. C'Oo.
. The clerk presented authority of I I.I \ I' !Mu nn ___ n ._. __ __ S (H" 4 :
Mrs M I ItioitHonimiil 600'(, 4 M. TILLER |
I. of Comptroller for transfer of money us I :-:' I Slontsdoen-----. --- - (> v/(. 2 (
.I ' requested at April meeting to Fine MlH' K: U l.l\'lllKHtOll--. Lou. J Real Estate Agency j.| .
nnd Forfeiture Fund, the Name we: I M l.erllnneoun
r marred f.lcd. n M I Hi.,Mi?. nun. for libiarvM _, 1 2'.00 1 1I K
j. I I, H M I ItrookKhf.. can- uflniinco FIRE, LIFE, AND ACCIDENT .>
tJ. Letter from Milton Pledger icgard!. <' Thompson --h___ I ", OnJ , I 0 INSURANCE 4-
't ing the condition of road fion corner t' I. llulldCOIIlinlMHUlflH_. _h "I'l 1 1:11'Ur :
! f 'of Bermuda \ mad. l.lKlit 1.lall'"I", 4 INDEMNITY BONDS *
iI' of Lesly place running west to 1
.;'. Hemitl, ,V Suwjii'. 8upilloHV | lil.T, 04400 <
Avenue, thereupon, the matter \ I II! M.iklnnon Cn Biipplli-n II 4n ; { oo..tt'OOG.. i
4> was referred to Mr. Hansell.? I."f.| r A- "I'rlithrr. MIR. Mini oil 77:? ---- ,
'r Pension Claim of Mrs. Elisa A. liuiHdl'H iTaintii', gas and. oil 1 12.e;.7W .

I. Brack was presentc'dandilme!\ examined .
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t' and approved. S. B. AULTMANREAL

Letter from Carson Farmer asking:

tk( u\, that the board make a donatign of r d fhe'WHeelMechanical

Jj $25 to the Boy Scouts, was read to I
;j.. the board. The board deferred action /

, of'. { on account of shortage of funds. ESTATEand

Mr. L. S. Johns came before the
-,,' board and asked! them to make him

'f an advance of $100 on th. work he

t\ was doing on the Bull and Tyson

Creek bridges, upon motion of J. M. FIRE INSURANCE
t L Hansell seconded! by H. O. Purlin and

carried, his and .
request was granted -- II 1 1II
I 1 the clerk instructed to draw u war-

; .r" rant for such amount. 11 Darlington Avenue
,' I-u S. Johns asked the Board to allow I I \ .

,!. him to open right of way on new road
i near Kenansville: No action taken I ] HEN you buy
1
f; a Mr. Leo II. Wilson reported l that GoodyearTireafrom

;.' .: .' the Flrrdia East Coast Railway Co. us you get a CITYMEATMARKET.
had offered a scholarship to gcXne
K :' : Osceola county boy for a short course quality i jiroduct, at

. '. ., in agricultural department of the the lowest price at .1
: University! of Florida, that he thought which that qualitycan

\ it would be good business for the _
i" county to give an amount sufficient be bought, and

, 'J to send at least one boy, aid! amount you also get a service fjsMsxi t ani The Phaeton

;,. i to be $15.44, thereupon J. M. Han- that will help you perfection in Lincoln con
i 0 self made a motion that the' request
i!'" 1. be granted, motion was seconded by get fi'Ofl'these tires: VegetablesPhone struction assures a higher degree of safety

!Jl!: i... 1' H. 0. Partin and carried. all the mileage built 3800

:-:1, ; l( Notary Bond of G. F. Kiibbs with into them .at the a greater realization of comfort, than
.
.g ; American Surety Co. of N. Y. as sure 44' I can be obtained from other
motor
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1' \ (,' ty was examined and approved.' factory. There's the cars

' Report of Mi'O Peterson' ( of regardless of claims. 1 F.O.B.; DETROIT
I'.: ; y Cattle net quality' price, price or
Inspector at District No. 3 was presented and service and of .
:, and ordered recorded. Ten Dody Typc*
Mr. Oliver Bass Cattle Inspectorat economy, too.A. KISSIMMEE PLUMBING + Without qualification the Lincoln is the

Kenansville reported that he had (......... SIHal. "..,.... SHOP finest automobile that
" i ; not been able to get stockmen to make / _... ,_,". C _n" r.o.n. superior manufao-
n. It n.1 CoeJj ,
:,t a return to him of cattle driven and lord. ivitH Ihm *....'":; AllVM.A turing still can develop.
i .r hipped, thereupon, the Board in- | .r Tr-J .nit ....,... ,

tw 7Btructed the clerk to .notify the counTy //. 1ft uf <*"It 6._...r.d..dc..dy..e \ Nothing. Too Big ,., .....- T- _. -_.

o : prosecuting attorney, and he togive Nothing Too Small y.lI ,.

., notice to all cattle Inspectors in I
i v; the county that the law would be en- LUPFER & PRATHERQO -

.,.forced, that all .xattla butchered, or All Work Guaranteed n y'- .
driven must be returned'for record.

Resolution asking:tfcat J.' M. Duncan ] .To' Be Satisfactory
be appointed state game and fish I

warden was presented, to the board. .

..Upon notion of J. M. Haniell, ec- 5 Broadway : Telephone 143 M. C. AUTREY:' 'I I LINCOLN FORDSON -:FORD. **"I KISSIMMEB i


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VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1'2S NINE


"KEEPING 'OUT BAD FOOD." [INVISIBLE PLANTS-AID FARMER 'THE' DARWINIAN'THEORY; !: -- --.- .

NEW: GOVERNMENT MOVIE Sounds odd to hear it said'' that cer' H (By Moses Folsom) -

tam fungi. are real friends of the With the world full of unrest and EDITORIAL
Protecting the great American appetite farmer or the grower, doesn't it T But 4e prc.!bjems of how to make a living and
against unscrupulous foreign now and then such is true. An example pay debts and taxes'engrossing tho .1
food exporters and preventing the giving evidence of this is contained attention everyone the theory ot
dumping in this country ,of impure in a letter from the Stato Boardto evolution has been' brought! to the Boosters 'i
food and drug Import 'la the subject its various; inspectors This letter front by an effort recently made in. ,
of a new United States departmentof reads; the legislature''of Kentucky to prohibit J "
agriculture one.reel'film. "KeepingOut "The Entomological Department lo- the use in the 'public schools cf 1
Bad Food." sires specimens of fungi found infecting books! making mention of'.the theoryof DID YOU EVER STOP AND THINK FRIENDS WHAT A >

The motion'picture visualizes one ,scales or whiteflies on native Darwin as to the origin ol man. GRAND THING THE KISSIMMED SPIRIT' 1ST How contagious ;'
of the important tasks of the bureau trees, 1t-. is suggested that hollies By the way; William Jennings Bryan
of chemestry, in administering' : the bays, magnbllias iVnd' kindred trees \is against Darwinism as a school it is and how proud we are of our city Do you realize If :)
federal food and drugs act. make good collecting whenever, study, and spoke in to i it
may opposition we would back up this Pride by our. Loyalty that we could be just "
show selecting
Scenes inspectors pleasure or business. brings you where before the Florida legislature.It .
samples from newly arrived food and such trees are growing. Hammocksmay will interest those who desire to twice as proud when we tot! "through-, AND THAT IS WHAT ...
drug shipments inspection of food prove good collecting ground. know more about the Darwinian theory WE SHOULD ALL DO.
cargoes: at the wharves n the floor" Send an abundance of material always 1.: and the Bible to read a book en '. 4* ',
of the customs apprailler's ""store and, mail directly to the Entomological titled "I Believe in God and Evolution If Jack, the little scamp has worn out those shoes you boughthim
laboratories,, the bureauof
of
and in tho "
Department State Puant Board, t by Dr. William W. Keen, professor -
chemistry. Many of the common Gainesville, being sure to give your of surgery in the Jefferson we are going to suggest that you buy your next pair in .

attempts at violation of the law' and name, locality where collected and Medical College of Philadelphia. Pa.. Kissimmee. If you are contemplating: building or, improving
detection shown. Scenes
their are
name of plant found cn whenever pas in which he says:
showing the seizure and destruction sible. This departent has already At'MLIcANTeucOo CIa "I hope to dispel the fears of some SECURE YOUR MATERIALS in KISSIMMEE AND CONTRACT

of impure food are included. located five different insectdestroying earnest Christian people that 'Science KISSIMMEE LABOR, If you are not confining all your purchases i
The administration of the tea act, fungi' two of which, are apparently and the Scriptures' are incompatible,
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the only existing law which regulates new. in a hammock in Central Flor- I find no difficulty in believing both to this city START TODAY. Try this awhile and see how '

the palatability of a food is also vis ida." +44444+ +'8'J 444404400p + Every year in a very long life devoted goodIT feels, to look yourself In the glass! each morning and be '
ualized in the film. Expert stRrp The Plant board cares for certainof to scientific teaching and writing .
are shown at the work of judging the these fungi (especially those knownto THE WATCHER .. has only strengthened my belie able to say! "Howdy, Old .Booster!" ,

tea imports to make cure its quality destroy whitefly and come scale insect + in .both.: To me and to many another
.is up to American standards. enemies of the farmer) in such 4404004404000404004 believer in Evolution the Bible is the To tell you the truth, fi'lends. if you could buy merchandise

"Keeping Out Bad Food" will be a way that they reproduce by million We've heard much of late about Book of Books. It is a precious man- at 50c on the dollar away from Kissimmee you still cannot afford
loaned to exhbiitors free for short and billions. Then when a farm or ual of Religion but nt a text book
periods, and circulated through the grove is attacked by insects, its owner dancing marathons now let's hear of Science. It lays down rules of -either as a property owneror. as a working person-to REMOVE
department's film distribution sys may write to the Plant Board and secure more about marathons! cf sweeping, I conduct. It is an inspirer of Chris THAT 50c FROM THE COMMUNITY.When .
tem. Copies may be purchased at a culture of a friendly' fungus dishwashing, and peeling potatoes- 'tian taith and hope. It ii the great

cost of printing.THOUSANDS which when applied to his crops will Why not? * revealer l of God to man through Jesus you do, you are knocking the props from under your own '
assist him in the control of the inserts. Christ." '
Law making' bodies property values, undermining the financial structure that forms
SAVED'BY Officials of the Plant Board explain I arc a treasure Dr. Keen has passed the Psalmist' ..
WOMEN WHO MADE HATS that it is necessary to charge a small When they do thpeoplc's; pleasure; period as time is measured in the our industrial existence! and thus remove from the working homes
Hut for compromise of ev'ry natureLet
amount of the actual expense of, raising life of man his. many years having of
our community JUST THAT MUCH
No less than five hundred and fifty the cultures. This charge is 75 ;, me recommend' * our* legislature. been spent) in scientific Htudies and SUSTENANCE, COM-
hats were made by as many rural cents, plus postage. A culture is sufficient -I experiments, and not political\ and! FORT AND HAPPINESS. ;
women and young ladies of this state to treat about an acre of trees. Alex Smarty has been bloviating common place theories and general! ..
during March and April of this year, around and airing his> feeling/ of opposition ties. WE WANT TO BURN THIS IN DEEP. You cannot measure
in cash saving to them cf tq the ttboriiacle meetings
nearly resulting seven a thousand dollars and in With very few exceptions, there is Hi; is quite: sure that the people ofKittMmmce Evolutionists )believe man was developed so-called money saving against the tearing-down process that involves
from cell i In
wasted farm in ) a microscopic
feed enough on
increased happiness in communities every don't need to repent anymore the from
whence it
community
an the United States to make the pork the slime of ancient seas, while\ others comes. THEREFOREKEEP
than himself, and he certainly
of 11 counties, according to figures I ,
and pork products consumed on that believe he descended' from 'a divinely YOUR MONEY AT HOME BY SPENDING :1'
and reports reaching the state I wouldn't think of doing such a thing. IT AT HOME.
farm. The hog is more efficient created pair of Eden. By the
work. He thinks that listening to sermons I
demonstration
home .
office of
farm animals in making he has acted during the centuries And to make times
The from the different than other singing gospel! songs having booster way good, property values high and employment F .
reports and cruelly
actual costs of the use! of the farm by-prcxljcts. With choruses and ringing the bell at ten I and by group individual I for all let normal
counties placed the of record recent and business transactions prevail without doubts or .,
the henthe hog will select and utilize during years, :
each and o'clock for be all right
from 65 cents to $4 prayer may
said hats that at they compared favorably the wholesome parts of unsound and far women ynd children, but u sure- even months, in this and other countries -,i misgivings.: "BUY WHAT YOU NEED FREELY. Money put in
very there is. deal of th
unmarketable grain!!', refuse fromtruck a good
I with "atort'-boht" hats costing I enough he-man like himself doesn'tneed beast in him.KegaidlcHH. I circulation comes back in wages, crop receipts Investments andin
and from the
,
by-products
indicatea crops i such things, he's good enough
from $4 to $iThill/) would /
i is
all theories
of
in why man PROSPERITY.
This hogs
dairy. one reason
ofready without them He won't attend the
each of about $12, or I
saving on hole. there is. beast "
used of As acme an
thousand dollars all are on puch a large proportion I treating but n cock sure that he
seven: March on and our farms. But the hop's principal'iwll; halve?n front sort in heaven when some devil' in man, so there is .som" HOARDING DOLLARS IS A GAME WE SHOULD ALL DIS-
the huts made during article of diet is i> corn, anthe\ secretary 4 i.ngel and some God in him !Man i h1
he has
April by these rural women. clowns are given out Ott hough COURAGE.: Spending them foolishly in another matter. But
of agriculture has remarkfi l that a veiy composite person. According!
Miss Sarah Vf. Partridge, tnte never prayed in his life and l don't in-
demonstration agent explains "our hog crop serve as a slew absorber -I| tcn'| .to. The saintly Aunt Jcrusha to common belief\ his greatest enemy purchasing requirements of living, indulging in reasonable
that home specialists in millinery have been for the variation in productionof loolvc-! i at him over her spectacles. is the devil. The: attributes of the amusement and sane investments SPELLS PROGRESS AND
to t our corn crop year hy year, thus shook her head and: sorrowfully said. devil ale composite quite as much aM
counties asm
pent to the various Only iionTiiBout the irregularittt: ;in earn t' the home demonstration agents. Pro-verbs evil is off the i i-
left cut 1 Iand: vii
prices. !( ; lime of the
11 counties could he reached and > Doubter who contributes nothing to the piosperous
left; and cut otf the V and il is left
months. Others After I he had looked in vain throughthe
will worked he reached the first later.two Miss Partridge Hi* Unlucky Thirteen New Testament: for the book of All in line and) we have dt'vil-cvil. conditions which can be made to always prevail.

photographs showing the The t'lIdjl'l'r-1 ain't never 'lid nbunco. Proveibs his little sister found the vile, ill. Avoid the devil and his trai *
displayed hats made by some of the women, and (. :. No matter: where I po or '"0' reference for him in its lisunl place of i ilK)) HARD TIMES EXIST MOST IN TilE MINDS OF PESSIMISTS.
(hero was good: foundation for her I works at, my unlucky Hunger! bobs! in the Obi! 1 T/!!>'niPiit., but when hehead As (to how life 01'igmutcd nobody Tale yourself i from this class. Wear the smile of optimism,show
statement that these hats compared up and dries me in, ome-'ow." it he owned and looked very know! Darwin, Wallace)): Spencer r'
Huxley Agassiz and others, advanced -: commercial courage and faith AND KEEP BOOSTING FOR
favorably with the best of purchased The Householder-"What do you unhappy. lie soon regained his self
goods. mess? What I is! your unlucky number complacency however and the last theories in which they did notagree KISSIMMEE. By BO doing we will have Civic Success, Personal
?'* heard of him hp was explaining to the but in the words l 'of Alexancic,
Word Macl.arcn Scottish divine and writer Success and a City to be proud of.
Action In Eight The< Cadger- "Thirteen lady Evangelist an I Singer just how they
Little Boy-Swimming Hole- Twelve jurymen an' a judge."-Ex could )become mere efficient. You we have the following belief:"
Water deep-Funeral toll. change. 1'e still haarhis nerve with him .el'l I "We believe that to Christ belong ---
creative power--that 'without Him was
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\Ve believe that from Him came all BANK OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA .

life at first. In Him life was and bad COUNTY HARDWARE CO.
its deep source. lIe in the fountain

of' life. We believe that as no being ...
Deposits InsuredL. Hardware & Furniture
come into existence without Hi_ ,.
creative power, so none continues to
exist without His sustaining energy H. Gedge, Cashier Kissimmee '
We l believe that the history of the .
a
world is but ,the history of His influence .
and that the center of the
whole universe is tho, cross of Calvary
." .? . , I'' FRED S. GILBERTHaberdashery TheLAKE VIEW; INN
ii4 ; a_ Tennyson, a premier,. English' poet, ''" ', ,
said: "The Lord let the house cf a .Rooms and _Apartments
.
1.1 soul and he Shoes -.-
ute to the of a man, ,
said 'Am I ;your debtor And the Mrs. M. A. Evans
Loud, 'Not yet, but make it as clean
as you can; and then 1 will let youa Broadway : Kissimmee KissJmmeeLYLES
better'Goldsmith."

one of a brilliant galaxy
of English writers, paid: "Peoples
seldom improve when they have no
model} but themselves to copy after." WENNER SAWYERCOMPANY V. STORY CO.

So God sent the Savior as an example -
y for men, of whom Benjamin Dry Goods Shoes
THE u SPEEDSTER, COMPLETELY! EQUIPPED' A8 LUSTRATD. $1835 ,
Franklin, the many minded man of Books l
Stationery
the formative period of the Republic Clothing
said "As to Jesus of Nazareth, my Gifts
$45,000,000 Worth/ ofir opinion of whom you particularly desire Broadway : Kissimmee Broadway : Kissimmee!
:, I think the system; of morals
and His religion as lie left: t them to
Studebaker Big-Sixes in 1922The us, is the best the" world eve.- saw
or is likely to sec.
And we have Henry Ward Beecher, MACH BROTHERS For all kinds of
public paid more than forty-five million dollars for new Studebaker a former well known and eloquent
Big-Six automobiles in 1922, buying;; mere of this model than of any American preacher speaking the final GARAGE PRINTINGcome

other car selling in the same price field. words: to the
Nash Cars Hood Tires
"Christ was placed midmost in the ,
In the entire world there were only eleven other automobile manufac- world's history; and in that central KISSIMMEEVALLEY ..I
turers whose total sale of all models equaled the sale of Studebaker] position! lie towers like some vast Broadway : KissimmeeS.

Dig-Sixes for 1922, and no other manufacturer sold a*, many cars of the mountain to ht'av'n-the father slope GAZETTE

Big-Six class. In addition to the Big-Six, Studebaker builds! the Spe- stretching backward toward the creation -
the higher slope toward the con- .
cial-Six and the Light-Six large volume.
,
summation of all things. The ages
Fot the first quarter of 1923, Big-Six sales showed an increaseof Before look to Him with prophetic L. HAGERMAN PHIPPS BROTHERS

70 per cent over the same period of 1922, evidencing the growing gaze; the ages since behold Him by GARAGE
popularity of this model. Big-Six popularity is the result of Big-Six historic faith; by both He is seen in
common as the brightness of the The Peooles Market
superiority. Materials and workmanship are unexcelled in any car at Father's glory and the unspeakablegift First Class \V orkGuaranteed
any price, and unequaled in any car at the BigSixprice.With of Cod to the race." -

Its long 126-inch wheel base, big 4>i-mch tires! heavy frame, Broadway : Kissimmee

scientifically distributed load, long Studebaker-made springs the Big- a

Six Speedster rides more comfortably than most cars selling\ at much --1 I After Every MeatWmGLEYS

more money. Its 3J6 x 5 motor delivers a world of power, plenty of
peed and a quickness of getaway hard to equal. GRAYSTONE HOTEL M. KATZ'S SONS .

The price is the result of quantity production.The Commercial and Dry Goods and Ready-

name STUDEBAKER is Assurance of quality. It has stood for Tourist To-Wear

high grade transportation for seventy-one years. Mrs. Ben Baird
Broadway : Kissimmee
Kissimmee
Two ratn wtmta complete with .,tab* torp-r--a IIcItt wit 11 ""ne.tenrioneovd.snd I/ Top off each meal Broadway :
tin cover Tta.ka.detrtiewr. ..."-......--tail liit>t.Quick-action ..
Nkial.vlatd bun--.fr.at .... On.cowl.-t..It..ht-d."lock. Aluminum; with a bit of
i pi.w rala.--4.' AutIc.bouad.running boarda with corrugated n.blwruh.lbeiw.rad
:: a4FpeoofrhorCo.rtssy maw....s-.p.d* Aluminum kick pl.tss. sweet In the form
| of WRIGLEY'S. Come To The STANLEY'S

It satisfies RIVERS' BLOCK PHARMACY ,
MODELS AMD FICKW., a. Ma M the

.:p.u.rlr LlOHTaMXtfmm. w aw w e ...P.rtrw.PECtAL-SIX.Iwwr 1. ..BIOKIXl 'waws; p,4 '" sweet tooth and The Center of Town, Phone 41 f

T....... . Mrs !swiss . urn T..... . 111,. aids digestion.
aaitw2 cw::',) .71 __.t($.....)use Spufclir. (>......)las-*' Pleasure and : For Your Trading Kissimmee : Florida
i ( .) . lilt u .}1 a-P 4 ins .Caap* __ . KM . MM . benefit combined.
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FOR SALE-Modern 4-room bungalow,
I COW PUNCHERS LOSE furnlalieJ; bath room garage: city -
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE lots; II' benilnir citrus hers. 111qulr' -
TO ORLANDO, INDIES I THE FORUM ii I W, .7. Steed, or ilox A3 saint .
Cloud. 20-tr-4x
BUBLISHKD BY "
THE ,,KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Independents From Orlando Have FOR SALE-FIne residence property. : and :
Worry
;f t' F vERY FRIDAY FaRt Infield And Turn First, SCHOOL HOUSE SUGGESTION. Apply at the office of The 'VulloUaiftt : Hurry
,
KISaiMMES, FLORIDA.; Inning Prospects: BackwardsIt Klsclmmee, 8-tf,
Gazette interested
Editor : Let an
W B. HARRIS ..'.....e.Preeldent FOR SALE-GOO Acres rood psstureland II -
+}, h ,0 E. O. VANS AfN19Nfay. .Seci.t.uy looked as If the affair was going citizen, who has the welfare, the com- near St. Cloud. For quint' sale
; ALLISON T. KKENCHu.EditorBUIiftCHIlTIO.V to be decidedly) one sided out at Mab- mon good and progress: of the community fIj.OO per ..at'r"'rlts' 8. 1>. WllllamxVnuthuln -, I
bette street Tuesday afternoon when at heart be heard: \ Florida 8-tf

,I Copy One V..aruu:/ HATKSOne _______f 2,/00 (tho Orlando Independents put in a The idea sought to be put forth, is 73 ACHEH: nrtJolnliiKthe hrautlfu! ,. .
One Copy Mix Month*_ l.tI"i pitcher who was excellent at missing the product of a more or less fertile Tucker home on Pixie ltghlvay( .
ryt ,',I One Copy, Three Month.________ ..toKntered I the catcher and hitting the grandstand imagination. with. excellent modern lionun<)
wire. But after Thompson's Just now there Is considerable agitation ..u ,.tllker'" cottage. tfterythinK first '
( at the postofflce at Klunlm- vines; Just the kind |' -rl\. 't"nilMUiro Worry and hurry are the two demons that
\ 'i tnre, Florida, a* necorid-clann matter.) two costly wild pitches and a dojaa-I over more room in the city rapidly In value\ Price
+ ,1 tion to first, Hurler Flesh mountedthe schools for the present and oncoming 116.000./ K vorahl. <> terms .at low i.ate

+ 1;? I AH thorised communications correnpondenla except. must rem be -sInA au-- box, and the visitors rode back to hoards of young America, who in of Interest on deftrrrd payni.-iiti destroy: us. Cut out the hurry by having a

ed by the writer.Rejected Orlando with the business end of the a few short years, will be at the helm 10 mllo ACHES north fronting city :limit I axle HlKhvuiy houao.very 1.
matter will be returned If Five times they crossed fie of here to take hold where we ; new
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score. things cheap nt ..6fiO. Kn.v r"'\ m-nt* budget. Cut out the worry by making use
culled for.GFonlwn home plate while the Cowpunchers leave off, and who will be charged! on the larger portion of price..

.(,'. *_ succeeded in roping! two lonely tallys. with the duty of improving upon whatwe SIX-ROOM Modern house and KIT-UK., .
{,' "{ AHvritl.Inf H. ireneniattve' I The Il d pendent, showed class in have done and if the communityshall east front; 2 blocks. from courth' "u..' of this Bank for your savings..
1 1! : .RICAKNIIeSaASSUI. '! : .!ATONFRIDAY. .. J square, only ,2611.> HKAU !SV4P.KINB .
.....' .. their infield, and right fielder Schultz hope to keep ]puce with the pro- LlTTt.K: 2-aclc farm 7 block
." got a hand a couple of times. one of gress of the world they must i iniprove from court house Biiuare.: nicely Jm,.
t:, MAY 18 1923 them being for a beautiful one hand what we shall be able to accom proved; fine grass. : rich soil: ppT( .*)i-
"I I of Adair's liner to extreme right ; plish. have did shade; flowine'v' 'll and good" I
-- I stop Not many years passed hulldlnKS. 27fifl. Trrnin Fineplat.. '
:y t "PATRIOTISM" GEM PItOM A field which looked like a ticket to I'' since the "Little Red School Houseson to> keep cow, chickens, and growtruck. .
I three stations.. McLaughlin, at first the Hill," were very few and far I

st.. MASTER PEN I for Orlando, covered a bunch of I between, and the more prevalent they 18 ACRES fruit m mill n tr"1tAwn, bearing .-
; Rood property nt fl S"O

'.,, "' The ;Memphis Commercial Appeal ,I local ground fans and Jiimwards.drew applause I..esler.ran from the his'lIeI1S0n's became, 'and the the faster more enlightened humanity progresses the FARMS NELSON!: and: city HK\l.T\property' ('MI'\\for nut: > I Merchants and
Bank
, this Farmers
is of the of
kj one !great papers chances accepted without error -' world becomes. We, as citizens, -
,'. country. Its editorial page is partic- I[ up into the thirties in this game, sometimes complain at paying high FOR RENT I
:"}' vlarly( strong, and an outstanding j land I Tony in left field played like a I i who ,'
II III. taxes but the citizen complainsabout
a ,,: feature of the page is a column con- I j veteran.; Chubb allowed thtee hits NOR RRXT: -Xl w bungalow 14 ?l -- .: OF KISSIMMEE
the of for
ducted Patterson under payment taxes public nolln ntrect. liTeiutrn 17 > .", I"-I'.
: Governor
by fatal third but finishedthe
in the inning school purposes is about as scarce :?:?
a the heading "Day by Da)'. His 'subject -
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with two.
rest ot the frames only I
would
aa the man who refuse the payment '
in last edition FUR RKNT: S-rooni "A HOME
Sundays wasPatriotism. I The flew cage" bungalow """ INSTITUTION"
" c "nress-moirul saw ,
, to himself, of a bill honestly < rn. Very choice location ; rinse. 1'1
! ; It is a subject on which
r.-' and will be service for the; first time at Tuesday'sgame owing him, when payment is offered. Coolent block f1: fttif Khad ,
have written
thousands 1''qu'.C
I after sufficient poultry enclosure Therefore in some way, there will be lake breeze, at 1C2: South I
I j: the theme of thousands in the future, tad been hung to the Vernon nvonue 22-3tv
protect
but submit that this extract fromA up provided; more room for school children !-
we sciili'i Manager! Jordan figured! heuidn't
; Patterson's article /: regardless of the costs. "
Governor covers want wire in front of his eyed WANTED. I
Now the idea
that..tll'l'e i : _
it so completely M nothingto
.
; .. be added: I as he says it gives him a head ache The present county court house is "'ANTI' "r'riinlnir.. uddlnir c.r l. - -
I believe America needs! more than abut.| ) the olheis opined they'd rather mere than five blocks. from the business Inn: after citrus groves I I' II Sllin. :j -- -""
risk that kind l of head ache than one Xldfilniniee. Florida 23-4tx
center of town is located in (
else ritual and ; an
. anything s:> leliRious '
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which might result if they tending 3
were -
regeneration/!: genuine f old-fasbiom d exclusive: residence section, in the ,\NTI'II-Stronjc young man' wsnlsolefin ; ; *"
w, love of country and a re-baptiFm I in to their knitting with pencil ands'on' middle of a city block around which )' job. HcciiMomrd to h.ii'if
)book when ycnubody tipped one work cnn drKi1! make of
unv ourA.hli.HH
there is lot of shade
the'at'rs of the old-time faith a as pretty tree l
'of 1' II Pox 211 2.1-llx I
'hulb's) hot The
ones. waserected
. Indeed. patriotism. and I ieiK) >u i ni.iy cage; ns could 1 be imagined. On the whole --- _
be said to be two flowers jio\Miif\ for scorer, press, manager, it is most beautiful] npit. This beauty Till: .1. ITK1V! : 11< r-n51P.\SVw111:'; I
and, "mogul )by E. IX Katz, :Manager <'niplov a Lnly or ci-tMleiii.in,
is lavished class. .iK.nt n1' ,
fide side )bo'ii, upon a of people
by on a Pintlet"m( ,
Jordan Director 1I I. ..ti,
Snyder, and The ttaictto. I )'neeI'ntluus "Croilutl *
) beautiful and each in the main who are too hu'yV.tll ,
divinely mou' ]< IHMVII ererrwlot. and' mil' sal, cii. *
business! uffuiis to it. The pie niiK.' lil .. ,. ', ,
beautiful in the pieseme enjoy ; """ In\ .11" II
,' If there ii one thing ulrnllonnituthe Score building is a good > it'!' true, 1M. oppoi r l'iill\ IU'II",111"\ LAWN MOWERSMORE :
: KInM
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01'11111110 A B 1 H 11 1'0 A F..lohn"41 but i is not designed fur tromf a"d \iln"!>]< "'I'I. ntnt. fr <. .>
other th.>t I the liible ' i" even tli.
1111"1. I' "h. 'a" llttHilH'M \\
::Ili ___ .j 0 /I (I I 2 0
quality of loyalty mid I l bcl.< yr it us u court house, and will have to be t..,IaTh".1, I II! V:,iMt'ps'' I',"",,..,.\
is 'i's.illy t true t that t the m.uivh.i Singgard s'r ::1 I 2 1)I :2 0 re-modeled if it i iIMI' to be made 11"1"t l'I'' | Ml''I."I) l., '1'. Illl 21 1 I I IIT :>
unnt
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Sdm1tz, rf _ ___ :Ii 1 it I 1 2 2Zdtzl' h __ _
. rei'oitnircs an ncoountuhility to God<; (comfortable This:; will Inquire| nn ,ippriiiublo '
,
.
If 0 0 Yllf d" ill.11kind of Lilli'
r! ,1 1 2 (0 I 'in ;"
the in ho liicuvt liurns the 1 nmiiunl of i'\pind tin.'. .. ,
is man \ p : I'lolld ." II 'unl.l' I II I ", I I' ,rand
:'old.l1Jp-hlJlI.: 110 ::1 I II If; 0 0'
t-teadiest glow of \p.lll'lot) ti."ni j and \\ lvpOS80sts > I I With upon"Miimti'v!' the ,note antnullit St..c. k "nnul i uli!, h d.' .n to \\ ''III 'I' .
the finest uttllbules of .1- ( Th 11,\1)1.) _:>11, dI II I 0 0(I 0'riot" I cnn !I., moiluk-fl after tinfoil: iwj I l\u sod, t iu, 1 U r. ,nlnt,, I,, ,, ,,1\ .. MliKltlinnltiv RAIN MORE GRASS GROWS
',,'. ::1 h ,j (0 i (h I ;, .j 2 iriMHiul i ;iinl, ,lihvliii.' S ,,"f.,, fi.H.I .
pendable citienship.Patriotism j injr" iilt-a and u-i d a' a "school ..
( X. ,I _ :t II II !5 :'J! lP6 '''I'h.| "p\ 01 1. "tt t 1..l I thlT I) !
i cannot 111' tntifrht like, n .- I buililmp nlllllt,,''h.i \1] HUllKl tlp1i!| ''"I ii 1 1"I '
' h. J1 I J (11 I II ::1 2 Rl'l.lOM' tl.O flu bl-tU'PIl tlnic eons. ?J 'Ml,. "I'll),]. .
; science, it cannot be !learned I and conned I il' the of- "-hi ,1 I To
I'hn\ ol; nn. ((1" _ II 0 II /I I 01 t ficvand the muit Ii month, ViMi, s" 1'ho I"i, in 11 I I9rn'Luldu
talc it is far brooder than There wouldI
bv nn\ mom. I .
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N;" I I" N.; nli.vl i "ft
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rule ;and. far deeper than any )r-icio I, :.111 ilMl.H !nee! spar, : LetV.eill till, .,Ini .KHIJIH l Illi. rim"id.. I '' -If .
I loj
('J It ht'ginH in the home, it expend, C'nl''plltH'h"JS ,, that I- now in the lourt room say, LOST
1,1. :-h _ _ _ :s 1 /I 1 :3\ 0Bl1l1 .
y : I .
with consciousness and becomes permanent iippinxiinatt thirty odd feet-so fuiindiad. 1 -- --- 'inch, 1G-inch, and ]18 inches wide-with 10-
,) J .j ] 2 2 2 (I i.iIST rin, ',
with time. :. Sq tht:, it could bo dnided. into i oil\ uv i .i It 'Mm sii' u
) J01o"1.: :;1. j 11 I (II I 1 2 flI Ion mi \ in t1'o i It:. i turn to 51> 1' Mi,',ii HI-
tl It has its .strongest roots in family thrc spans by putting in two floors inch wheels lever
t I w nanil i I. e''//1" i 1t.i'l'I I ; adjustments for Cutter
II. 1'rrthrr' If 0 0 0 I
t j 1 0IS. \l.ilvM-i-n _ _
t life, and without this there ill no od! und thereby have three ,-tories -- !
l''ilher, } '. tf __ 2 0(1 0 I 1gd.Ilr i the .,STVI tent. in ",1/ng/ nd I\"dl..hawl\ I
, for the plant to grow; 1-1 1 building above the base" Bar which does with all
a ,J e _ _ 4 (f1 I :'J! I" II 0 ment. This ullll flint. :;" "" on,"] \\lll p'Ia.n' wh" away troublesome
If there is to he a permanent broal( : would necessitate" ehnnping ,
,,1.1.1
it ,
ih, up" pIiiiKi leaxiri( I ;-iz'tt.
( _ 4 0 011 it(I 11 '
,I' ing; down of our religion, the1laws and I 1"1111111. h ] find indi ed putting in another! set offlc.- set-screws and bolts
will]i ItlAundrr' If _ _ ::1 II 1 1 0 0 of windows it's I ; self-adjusting bearings -
it institutions of our country, it true but that would
('hulI., p _ __u oj 0 0 1 ; 0 I .be'a nominal I MISCELLANEOUS!
&, t have its start in the disintegration of expense: compared to I ? ; selfsharpening.MAKINSON'S.
American homes the of the the cost of
I loosening: a new building. Then
? I Total .-. _:-M 2 e; 27 11: 2 put :MuNKY Til, I.CI\N= "< pr'-nen'htit> \ n''
in
ties that bind men an'l women in 1 some easy stairways and fire escapes .- forge c'01 porn t Ion Mltli unlimited
marriage, the rearing of children! i h Sconby InninttK and you have a school building money at its disposal makiilK' flint
Orlando ___ _ _
005 000 000
the belief that with mortgage leans on a ten bails
money can ever take nn observatory tower all year
com-
the place of character, that ostentation Kissimmec ..u____10} 000 100 pletxd.The. at attractive Interest rat.... If ronHldeilriK -
'Pitched in first innine. ; any extensive remodeling,
to two
and self-indulgence are the chief county jail is in the basement I new building operation, or the re-
ends of existence. Summary: Two base hits, Zeiglerfirst /!: ; of that building, which is the wrong tlnaiictnfr: ; uf your resent bunlnevnrvqulrlnK
on balls off Thompson 1 1. oil nddltlonal : i HOW. CO.
'
,
There is probably a heavier responsibility I place for a jail because of its being capital I will
women'than rhubb :2. off Flesh 3: struck out, by much harder he glad to confer with you (confi
now resting upon to keep it than
sanitary dentially. C. 8 Iloatr. 7 Went ChurchStreet
ever before in all the world's history. 'Chubb 10, by Flesh 2: left on base, if it was not there. Therefore, let Orlando. Florida 3141IF

i. More than the laws, more than anv Orlando 4; Kissimmee 8; double plays, the steel cells be removed, and con- NEAR
''Flesh Cox to McLaughlin Chubb to1Crumm YOU do any kind of DEPOT PHONE
farming In 123
care many may bestow, the women of vert it into a 'gymaaium for which Florida should ,
j you rend The Farmer
wild pitches Thompson 2
America are charged with a service) ; ; purpose _it. is ideal. and Ktocltmnn which deal. with clt
to the country which will make or '!hit by pitcher, by Thompson 1, by Now, we have no court house. Well, run And truck farmlnfr. live stock

f + ..,. mar its future. I do not speak ofwomen' 'Chubb 2, by Flesh 3.., Umpires Sam we wish it was so we did not need poultry and dairying- Send for free r..
I,. Lupfcr..JI'.and Screeton. sample copy or 26 cents for three
Scorer
part in politics, for while one,' but unfortunately, we have not monthn. Yearly .. ft.00
she has this privilege and the power I]jE. L>. Katz.EPISCOPAL, progressed' that far yet, and will three y......, $2.00. Published twicea ;

to use it, she can never escape the CHURCH IS I therefore, have' to have one. Where month. Addr.... The'Farm.r and

older burden placed upon her as the] mother of the race, with all that im I another idea.

; "Ues--the mother who not brings I On the block
only I Wednesday afternoon's rainstormproved facing the Bank of

P,. life into the world but with that life 1 to be one of the heaviest in the Osceola County, on Broadway, t;>ere -

the added care and the sacred service lecords of the local weather bureauin are some very old and inflammable

; '" of development. recent years. During the hour buildings. They very much mar the

k' Woman's highest work and her from 12:45: to 1:45 p. m. two and appearance of the down town district.
ja complete career must always be one nineteen hundredths inches of rain The people who own this property

Ti of consecration, for without worthy fell. The precipitation during the could doubtless be induced to sell it

i .", .- mothers there can be no home life 'rest of the day brought the to'al to to the county for county purposes at t / OSCEOM

"' . and without home life the l hlosscTm of 2.:i'2. Thursday's rain almost equalled ]- a reasonable figure. Take that block -

: patriotism withers and dies. Moving" it, the fall for the 24 hours ending and erect a modern county court e HIGH SCHOOL

a' picture shows and automobiles have i lat (0 ]p I. m. being 2.13. house on it, of which the county ,

their uses and pleasures, bfit would The crash which came during the I would be proud, and which will much

' not like to trust my country's future storm Wednesday, shortly after ono better meet the present day needs C Graduation

':. to men and women who have received o'clock was the result of the bolt thun the one we have.It .
( DayAYondaY
;, their training in citizenship and l'i. which struck the steeple of the Episcopal -i i is said that the deed conveying i

ideals of life from these. alone. !1! church. The "juice"I traveled 1, e court house square contains a

.' The householders and the freeh'iM-I |, down the steeple and through the reversionary clause to the effect that I June

i.' ers of America who are training their ,hoof over the prayer desk and organ: upon it ('easinlto be a court house 4 19513
children in manliness. and scattering plaster over the church. It ground, the title will revert to its ,

s ( ness who are inculcating SI.lf-reli-// followed the electric wiring in the owner. All this may be true but we V
; ance, who are teaching them church back to the vesting room can reasonably assume that there will -

:'>v' delity and real worth are lumped two switches, crossed. the be no -difficulty in getting; ; a convey- i

: ment and strength of life, that it i\ill' front of the church, and seems to ance of that reversionary interest. ,

-not found in envy of the rich or the have divided there part going( cut to since it is to be put to a better use,

mad desire to live bevond their means, the transformer on the pole on the as a M-hocl, house. Then should that

ffl' are giving more to their country than l street and running from there back be, impracticable, we know it is useless 'ijsfr s. -

they may knew. into the home of S. B. Aultman whereit to try to stand in the way of .

Like the workman who mixes the I demolished insulation and globe of progress, for it is an easy matter to j ,

mortar to hold the bricks! in the walls.BO one light. More of the charge followed I resort to the count v's rlcr-nf of *.......in; I

rc they are lurnisning the men anti l the wires to the front of the ent domain, by having it-valued "and .

women to the country who will hold j church where it annihilated the light conveyed for that important public (j1r

I'?'" together the stones of the edifice over the lectern and scattered large purpose, by paying; the county such
4 which has been erected on this continent pieces of wood upon the alt a?.' The reasonable value as the reversionary
rt and dedicated to a larger free wires along which the fluid traversedwere interest would amount to. otw.FOR

%; dom than this world has ever seen, to completely stripped of all insu- By this means we will eliminate avery

the reiirn of liberty under law.- lation. unsightly spot in the up-town
.
Tampa Times. With the steeple demolished the district and replace it with a thing of THE GIRL

church officials arc planning on rebuilding beauty, and likewise, furnish to the GRADUATE, a ringa;
Vote the 5-MIIl School Tax Monday that portion of the edifice present and coming generations of '" bracelet ; a wrist watch ; a brooch a neck-
;. We believe that the tourists visiting without a steeple and children an ideal school ;
rewiring in a building lace
t Florida should be afforded the I manner the church officers have considered worthy of our fair town and county. ; a string of pearls ; a string of beads ; a .,

t" motor privilege driven of riding in busllell.'or other heretofore Insurance covered Mr. Editor, what do you think T school pin ; a gold pin set ; a gold or silver
vehicles, over the scenic the building and the Episcopaliansare -One Who I* Interested.Vote .
roads of our state. This mode of inclined to look/on the occasion as pencil ; a mesh bag; a hand bag or toilet set

traveltvee the visitors a much bet- of good result. the 5-MiH School Tax Mondaydve .

a ter view of the development that is An interesting feature of the lightning -

going; on than\\\is'\ given them through bolt was the fact that in all FOR THE BOY GRADUATE, a watch ;

;,. }{.' the coach window of a passenger probability some lives were saved bv a pencil (gold or silver) cuff links
; watch
I train. In fact, the tourist who real- the storm coming just when it did. F. ; a

Jr desires to nee Florida would pre E. Woodward and his men were at chain ; a ring; a school pin ; a bill fold ; a

fer to see it from the automobile or work on the new Parish hall back of fountain pen or a shirt set.
bus, and he is willing to pay a higher the church and had gone home to din-

.. r'' fare for the privilege. But the owners ner. As they were ready to start back i ii

[{. of the bus lines, tome of them i to work the heavy storm broke, and t Our prices were
never
non-residents of Florida, should help each decided to wait until it cleared. 11I11I11I1111I11I111111I111111I11I11I11I more rear

to maintain the roads over which the Had the rain started fifteen min- .. sonable, but to encourage personal

busses operate. A direct tax of one utes later the men would probably gift giving at
cent per mil would hardly pay for have been at work and would have ThePersonal GiftPleases graduation? we are

their share of' the tip-keep, but it sought shelter in the church. FOR SALE ; granting a special 10% discount on
would help some in the counties where all
such
.. thousands FOR SALE-Pln* ppl plant, (10 a Most purchases.IIIIBIIiIIIIIUIIIIllIIiIlIIIIIIIIII .
of dollars are spent by the Bang Ban,II hundred delivered. In. Kleslmmee. I
people for road maintenance. Mel Prof. William Dehn of the University
Shaker Colony, Bt. Cloud Fla. ll-4tx
t bourne Time of Washington, has invented a
new kind of dynamite made out of fOR 8A1.HJ-Good ecood-ttand pla>et W.: E. Sanderson
Vet. It You're Qualified sawdust. piano, ,111.00; |* .00 ceh and $lt.eo Cos'
Boys hare. per month until l paid. P. 0. Box tor.i2etc .
nowaday
n many advantages Think of the high explosives that
we ,old.. fellows missed In oar could be mad. from most breakfast .Jewalera -
kid day but we didnt have. to put food i SECOND HAND GOODS.: bought old cnd.Clpfometrtitt :

on A bathltfir suit to CO }*wlmming...,... I I aDd repaired. The CaaJDo.tt Kl :: t :

,LeHbuJIa', . metrtial, I FOR RALB.aolld block of flv. lot In FOR BA B. For Il*nr. larnlshe4 SIMMEE, :-: ,FL JtiDA j
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.t Booth 'Xlmtmm*., 51 f_t aoh br: AOOBM an4 No 'I'rea..... Card, .
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f ,. y iI If Y..'.. ,I")* I..a; Bargain for caah. Apply cent each af The 'Oa ette 1 "
y Q.alled faoe.
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'I i 'KISSIMMEE"'VALLEY GAZETTE;TRIP AT; '(MAT 18.; '1923' "FIVE


,
fin Burroughs, Edwin'' Champagne, HALTING FOREIGN PLANT FOES
< Emil Duke Frank Schmidt Marvin SHOWN IN MOTION PICTURES
Tyner, Arthur Fowler, Ruth Bass 1

Geneva Bowen, Ethel Jones, Joe Den. "Halting Plant Foes" is the
ning. .'I HORSES & MULES FOR SALE
Seventh Grade: i ,

: [peal Happenings phine Partin,Griffin Bonnie, '

Dick Stanley, .' At a Bargain'- or will trade forany kind or'I
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- .. Jewell Stanley Cole Chapman, Ross, I Stock. ... Can. be seen at Pen at rear ofMach's
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: A Hirtzel Virginia] Garage.
Hair nets, 5c. at McCAULEY'S. ,444.404,4, .04444.4.4 Eighth Grade:. I
ion Graves.
Miss Irma Lucius of Orlando spent > WEATHER REPORT o Ninth Grade: I X>> ..A.N'JR: = : O'' 76T1 Ti
.
the week, end visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Floyd, Ruth
Leslie Squires. > Official Bulletin of daily tern. Ledbetter, : "
perature and precipitations fur- Miller, Ethel Owen I
New York Life Insurance Co., SamL > nlsbed by the Kissimmee Cooperative Spence, Catherine .
Lupfer, local representative. 14tfc; > U. S Weather Bureau Tenth Grade: Mites Ij -- -
> Station, for the week ..ndlnJr. Eleanor Rosen, are appeased by the American Asiatic Turkey supplies most of the '
Little Miss Margaret Strickland of Thursday, May 17: < grass. ; farmer to the tune of more than a dates imported Into the United States
Lake Monroe is visiting at the A. S. > -.::... Eleventh Grade billion dollars in annual losses. according to reports to the United,.
Brunson home.Furniehed 4 Date Max. Mm.Prep. 0 Janet Graves, : ; I "Halting Foreign Plant Foes" will States department of agriculture. In

Flat for rent. W. B. Friday, May 11____ 46 .00 4 Theta I'hay, Dena I ho loaned' to exhibitors free, for 1921 total Imports of dates' amounted
Gazette office. 14-tf > Saturday, May 12__90 74 .00 Twelfth Grade: ; short periods. Copies may be purchased to 49,000,000 pound, of which 26-
Harris 4 Sunday, May 13.92 66 .00 Lewis O'Bryan, F. : at cost of printing. 000,000 pounds came from Turkey in '

Mrs. Celest J. Fripp is in Tallahassee Monday, May 14___85 65 .25 4 thur Simpson, : j Asia and over 2,000,000 pounds- from
Palestine and Syria.
this week. She attended the press Tuesday, May 1591 64 ..01Wed'day. 4 1 SMALL TOWN PESTS
May 1690 65 2.32 *
Friday night. In .
banquet 4 Thursday, May 1789 66 2.13 4 Think This Over
The Advertiser who
Leather shoes, at McCAULEY'S. * Readings are made at 6:00: p. Tourist: "Say, J Stone-Age "The codfish lays a million egg,
m. for the preceding twenty-four high chimney" Sends out a Kid to rn_ Folkses Doorbells While the helpful hen lays one;
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Marsha, of Portsmouth > hours. field! and litter up their Porches with But the codfish does not cackleTo
Ohio, arrived in Kissimmee .00 ALLISON T. FRENCH. 4 Native: Samples and Circulars is, getting Publicity inform us what she done.
Saturday for a short visit. Co-operative Observer. < chimney. You see but the wrong kind, and the And so we scorn the codfish coy.
.oOooOo..oOo..oOooOo...... few cyclones here in more he Gets, the Worse Off he will While the helpful hen we prize:
Shaves, 15c; haircuts, 35c; children the last one turned be. The Stone-Age Advertiser wins Which indicates to thoughtful minds
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20tiMiss side out. the Rubber Stilts! That it pays to adver lse."

C. N. Phillips, assistant postmaster, _ ___ ______ ___
Gilbert who has been --- ---
Grace - -
with Mrs. Phillips and the children, - -- -- ----- --- ---n n
teaching at Mount Dora, has returnedto left Kissimmee on Tuesday for Day-
Kissimmee for the summer. tona and Saint Augustine. They planto

York Ask Life's for information latest policy.on Sam the Lup-New trip spend over two the weeks state.WOODY.ARI--. on an automobile

fer. "-tf c > MOVED
[ Lj
Mrs. Leo II. Wilson I is upending the I have moved my woodyard from "
week in Bnrtow. Mr. Wilson drove |I31G; Brack street, to 121 Man; street, .
there with her Sunday and spent the where I am still prepared to furnishmy
day. customers with 120 veneer blocks
15-inch, delivered for_ !?:3.5; 12-inch .
T'n'.new colors in all silk crepe de blocks for stove wood f THIS
$2.95. Split ,
chine, at McCauley'a.Mrs guaranteed l full strand: Ifi-inch: for 'D J 1jii ,

with $..35; 12-inch for J'J.ir: Ot; yourwinter's
: Roy O'Herry, of Miami
her littUsen, Itroy, i is viiiting her supply now. All d i.Jivered.Phone V i
\91. J, 'Benin.: 12-tf .
this;
.ster, :Mm.1 J. Nathan Bryan I l(

week. LARGE HONOR ROLL A cr

fresh shrimp! )>o>lel I, -
You can gvt I FOR EIGHTH :MONTH .:
lit DuPont's Cafe, aliiiost, anj day\ ''.1 =, .. f!; r

the week. 4. fire honor, roll! fu in '(.."1h it -- ".
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:Mrs S r I r.'tixor-: i; !left Ki i, imm.-: I month of the Kissimii.ii" >- ''1.", t'hi".1-. i i I', !'' ) *I.B. '
t
Monday for lietrlaud 1, Oliio > j jm : .
lu-r husbandvl'\ > hAs lori'U-i\ th,,-ro i'ibusiness. Shaver, is .if /ouw!! '
J'iif-t! Crarie: I I'oiyl.t-'\ "'.!'civ,
r
- John Kelly! Rol> .rts, L:< .n..' .. < .per f : : '
The leading 'life innuranro company Elaine:! : Blown Viifr"iu ]ll.nJ), Iris
of the world -- New Yolk Life. See: Allen, Azalea! "A\inf \', 1-.''o, -x, \Iir-)
.
14-tfc uN, Adelaide -. r 'nre-
Sum Lupfer, agent. Wiijri'A! ; I ,
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Itichaidaon', Eunice I'hi'l'i' :label '
Mrs. Royal, fit; Tampa City, ill Mc-l.iiuKliIin! ">ra >!:\t! t.;:,- i. othoaBelli
visiting her patents, Mr. and Mra.Jra Katz Leslie J..inn, \IlrrmotiYate $1.00'I
Bans, on Drury avenue, Cape Breeze I Rtc"c ihnston.! r-ct'tie; Lrcnzi -- Come .Do 1.i-: :J .
addition. >, Emory Broiiion, Rica-d (":'ox- JNJf

ton, Bertie Padgett, fiolu'it I:",- Jo'n- ..
Every day in every way llolcproof cr Jean Enftland l l, Jars: Rogers. ClayStcffcc '] <>
hose and Star Brand shoes are betU-i. Mae ; .
*" Wilhert"o"I1: :Martha
Ask McCAULEY._, Glazcner, Anna l Boll Amans, Mnrcaret 2 ? ;

I Mr and Mrs.. -William Gallagher, after : Bainoi, Kflda Si .l Ie"h. MsrloHnnnell : - - !: \ .
Elizabeth
spending their seventh winter in Catherine O'Bryan. -
Kissimmee, left Tuesday for their Muller, Brotvittjc In'fDt'ts! :
May. Inca:: Padgett. Veda Winfrey. .""
}home in Pennsylvania.
naki Kathryn Parker, Ruth Skinner, Ruth t .....yy... ... ............... ... .................._
The best Investment you can Fergus, Agnes E't'r..ttJargar
i i.* a New York Life Policy. Better Richardson, Beulah Wait, Stanford
than a savings account. See Sam Burkholder, Riley Bass, Howard Bass, ..
Lupfer. U-ttc Ordia Bass, Carl Bowen Robert Al I 24 ) EACH SPOOL HAS 150 Yds.
len. Agnes demons Avalea Austin,
MUses OIllo\ Alligood and George- Mabel Yates, Nellie Lee Yates, Polly! I \ .
anne Cottingham came up from win Yates, Martha G. O'Bannon, Evelyn. ............ ..:...a.a.u.. t u_a.:r..:..a..aaau.auaautaaaa, ,
-- --- - :
ter Haven and spent the week end Newsom, Marguerite Johns, Gertrude .J. I ,, ;< I \ .,. .i" .. .:.. '"\":'-<'!r"'!,':?". .'i'" .t" : I ,'" .; ..'1,;'
visiting Miss Martha Bell Harris. Miller, Lucille Durrance, Hazel Smith, '"
Blanche Cotter, Elizabeth Har.aell. :3 Yards (), Muslin'for Bungalow Aprons, now, each

The best investment you can make Leona Hansell WSlburn Johns, Gay
is a New York Life Policy. Better Tiion, Elmo bugger, Eunice King .00 $1 .00COC
than a savings account. See Sam Willard Jordan, Marie :Maitin, .
14-ttc
Lupfer. George Maltby.
Second Grade: LouSullivan.\ }a444aMM 44a4 OOO OO'OO 4444404444444444
Miss Mary Speir has been back on Ruth Stephenson, Kathryn Smith aa?;ra4

her old job with the Western Union Rloris' SinqueneM, Fleda Miler, Best Men's Dress Shirts with Collaror
for four days, relieving her brother, rice Hazel Hall, Verna Dur- ::1 Yards Goods, all New ,
the
Harry J. Speir, who was out of Luesinl'r
\ e Cooper, Ilildegrade
this sale for without Collar each only
city for a few days. Chapman, Virginia Carter Floanna ; ,

Lots of new voiles, silks satins, Burrows, Raymond Sharp, Millard
ribbons, laces, lingerie, ginghams( Tyson Woodrow Tindall, Donald Phil. .00 $1.00
cretonne, etc., at McCauley's. lips, Goidoli King, Bob Gilbert, Miinto
Bronson, James Plnkc'I'V.. C. Allen, ati'-aa.aaa{a .
Miss Alpha Wentphall, who has been rhomun Richatd-'on, Hairy Watson, }.}. .+.:-oo--:S 4a4 .c.+.:-_.++44++#.++++4+++-o-++ooooot)

teaching this year at Zollwcod, has Billie !Stratton: Albeit Skinner, Edward .
re'urncJ! to Kissimmee and entered the Haye, Clifton Baai! James Ladies' ;: ; Colors One Lot Odds and Ends in La
Kifsimmoe school of commerce, where House, Lorvnze Koss, Robert} Ward, .
she is enrolled for a business course. Ruby Clemens, H. A. Hew, Leolen Melville ed Colors. ; Two Days, only dies' Shoes; while they last Pr.
McCullough, Hartley Murphy, -
Eve>y day in every way it pays you Porter, Thomas Rip-htmire, Stanley -
to buy your shoes, dry goods, ana i Davis, Margaret :Merrill, Hilda .00 $1.00
men's wear, at MCCAULYI'S.Miss ; IlHii.sell, Ellen Geiger, Joe B.'rta Gal-
inher, Rosalie Carr, Kuthorine Butler -
Lucy afternoon Lupfer left for Kisaimmes Florence:, Winifred Brooks. sass- > N}}0440aarr0440tl Co ooooooo-44444444

Wednesday .Third Grade: Perry Davis, Cecil
South Carolina.to Raleigh From to there attend she commencement intends - Johnson John fuller, Henry John Extra ; only takes Men's Khaki Pants; Per Pair
going Nave, Hubert Smith ( liudo TvndalJ),
at Saint Mary's college, Donald Steinmnn Howard Watson, sheet now
which she formerly will attended.visit her former After 'tori is Lee Yowell, DeRhetA AlderenLuella ured $ 1 .00
school closes she
\ Doten, Jessie Mae Grif-
roommate, Miss Martha Gresham She ,***- fin, Dorothy Myers, Rosalie Hilton )per yard. I .00
Warsaw, North Carolina. hopes Thelma Yates Lloyd! McCullough,
Gresham back with her
to bring Miss Manuel Galligher, Cecil Alvey, Fleming aaa4444 Men's Pin. Check Pants Pair ,-
for a visit in Kissimmee. Brooks. Ted Hirtzel, Cecil !McLaughlin ;

Arch Masons George Steffee, Emory Ty- i '
A. number of Royal Good Quality
frqjn Kissimmee Chapter No. 10''at. ner, James Wages, Leroy Burroughs, tI> ; $1.0O I Ioo
Smith Sallie Barber. Elizabeth -
tended the 77th Annual Grand Con- Leander ,
Grand Deyoreo, Virginia Hannah.
vocation of the Most Excellent
Chapter Royal Acrh Masons of Flor- Helen Hansell, Marie Jones! Cecil '!>-Ineh \ ooooOtoooo.o..oooo
Lawrence, Bernice McFarland, Lorena -
ida, at of Tampa the local Tuesday.chapter Representatives were, W. J.- Phillips, Eula Simmons, Myrtle ported rr4 36-inch Creton in Assorted Col-

Ames, Fortner, Lois Daniel, Annie Lee No- t
F.
Priest, Byron
Steed, High
Captain of the Host, and Claude Harper lan.Fourth Yards for Suits; all sizes, ors f 5 Yards now, for only
Grade Sadie Ahoy, Mary
of Tampa, Past High Priest of the :
Kissimmea Chapter I Barclay, Benita Cooper, Mildred Carr, :
Elizabeth Bass, Estel Hirtzel), Leslie $1.00 '
Word has been received from F. Joiner Mae Lang, Margaret Peter
Arthur and Charles Nave, who left I BOn Bessie Quirk Mary Frances ,J:
Kissimmee by automobile on Tues- Smith Lois Whidden, MargaretWhidden
day of last week for Philadelphia, Emma Woodall Frances .'
that they made the trip in four days, Young, Ruth Yates, Rodnev Carr, i 1
arriving in the Quaker city on Fri Matthew Davis, Jack Tyree, Bill Tin-
day. They are working with the Atlantic I dall, Inez Dawson, Annie Lee Bass,
refinery in that city and expectto Lois Jordan, Gladys Rightmire Susie ).'.

return to Kissimmee about September Mae Stallings, Beatrice Yoder, Paul a ,or.; r :,",
first. Milar, Bill O'Bryan, John Rightmire,
.. Robert Holcombe Guy Watson, Walter DOLtiI1t

The many friends of Charles A. Roberts, Juanita Hall, *Dale Pad- r r t xi .
Carson, Jr., will be pleased) to learn gett t
that in an examination for license to Fifth Grade: Phyllis England, DorIs r'tq u t vtt
practice law in the court of the atate Bats, Alta Ruth Overstreet, Alice
of Arizona, conducted by the supreme Bass Charlie Bowen William Prath- ,
court of that state, he stood first in a 'ey. William Lane. Clifford Fertlc. i
class of seventeen. This is particu- Richard Hilton, Billy Smith, HaroldWebber H "o"
larly pleasing since in that class were Percy Myers Harry Bert :a 't
graduate from five university law Dale, Raymond Schwei'kart, .
schools. Charley""wM>t*to Arizona Barber. MatUcIa'Dletz: GririfMF Oliver G: -W. PERSONS ,COMA .

less than two yean ago ta recap* Joer. >>ansn, Carol ,-s 4' #d! '
crate his health and In the Meantime Carson, James. Earl Lupfer, Ruaaell r "i4 >ri -* ... ..,. .
devoted bin mental faculties to;the Swain Burton HolcomV Haley Duke, r ftQt sJ New.si; hd ', it. : ir'
study of law. It will be.six months Sixth Gra4ex"/nTielma' /(( Davia, Betty 'KlS$IMMEEII : ; ,. .;-.Jf.-' 'ORIDAt: .' .
| longer before be will/! have retrained Mae Snyder. ,''Alma: Shaman Elizabeth *-na. ,' .eyx : ., .I<. ,.' ,......r.. "" ... { tn- .' ;t ..{;.......,- J "'':' '''t; '
Ma physical health to' such at degree StefTee,*Eva. TindalLj Edna Jor-'; .... ,- ".", : .,;S/. - /. ,.,3Z .,
| a* to permit him to enter .the activePractlc. den> Jewell Miller, Delia Flemmin.j I
I of law -- J Le verte Bass, Henry.Bratton,.Wood.' .
'Ct. '" ..... *, ... '.. r TM Ml .A, ,, a n +? .r Ai""ri N., "- v V YAr ,.rf iOt-,\\turtl*Y ;whzII?*'''*< nr ****! ** ** *s.s' J ?
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six KISSIMMEE,, VALLEY GAZETTE .FRIDAY: MAY, 18, ,.U2SHIGHSCHOOL..GAZETTE


': CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES SPRING A BUSY- TIME} I LOSSES FROM SOREHEAD .

GIVE INCREASED,, YIELD BUT IS THE BEST TIME ;,NEEDLESS USE SULPHUR
I .rKOyiDE FOR LIVESTOCK
; I While. .there has been' an increasing : :1 Sorehead is a disease of the chicken

,tendency on the part of potato producers Spring is a busy time In Florida. yard which means mystery to many *

-.- ". .. .--- .- -- ." -, _. to use certified seed during: the Much truck and grove, produce has owners, although its treatment, con.
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-KISSI fMEE, FLORIDA, MAY 18, 1923 NUMEBR 18 last few years, the, favprable results to harvested, and shipped, and that trol and eradication have become
VOLUME 1 _._ that have been obtained is the season, when nearly all crops about as simple as that of many other
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....-- -' ,.,..,. -- - ,' - - - - \ from the use of such seed should encourage require most cultivation. It has been diseases that have succumbed to
to KIssenger
ended trip ,
Editor,.....*__....,__Fred Lupfer .. SKIPJMY Thus our there will a much more general use ofcertified said that farmers do more forgettingat scientific investigation.
Assistant Editor.___Alberta Bronson And the people red say bugs- seed, says the United States this time than'at any other seasonof This disease causes the death of
Reporters One bright Thursday evening That they have no them more all Department of Agriculture.. A num- the year, forgetting of things that many chickens, the stunting. of chicks
i 'Twas on the third rof l\fay- For we brought away. be done the farm then, that survive it and
need to
on reduction
ber of states/ are now producing certified a in tho
Ninth _________t.._____Christine May Seniors together L. >L M.23.
Tenth, Grade____.,__Rebekah Miller We /got ." fields with the average yield of Following up that very idea, W. E. number of eggs laid by pullets. Its
,Eleventh GI'adehuJane>t Graves To plan to--kip.a'day. LITERARY SOCIETIES:: the tatd; In New York state yields Stokes, grass and forage crops inves treatment now is simple, although it

Twelfth Grade..;._.Katherine Tiller The air was quite mysterious for ordinary fields averaged 103 tigator of the Florida Experiment may be. hard ,to understand how the
t Music Department_______Theta phay But we each had smiling face, Lost Friday afternoon the Henry bushels an acre, while the certified Station, reminds the farmer 'of the treatment is effective Dr. N. W,
,,1, And next day Miss Leitner found usNot W. Grady Debating/ Club was the fields yielded 223 bushels an acre In fact that livestock have' to cat everyday Sahborn, poultry specialist of the
one there in his place. of the Lanier, Literary Societyin Minnesota the yield in' favor of ths in the year, and that usually the : Florida College of Agriculture, speaks
'We are all very well satisfied with guest V meeting in the Hi!, h School 'certified need over that of the ordin. cheapest feed is homegrown."Set as follows regarding this trouble:
4 and think that we are Now: we had all planned leaving. joint and sufficient
our work now, Auditorium. The president called thmeeting ary fields was 10! bushels an acre, and aside plant a "Sorehead losses' have been reduced
,+ doing. our best. But about three At seven sharp you know, to order and we nil joined together in Pennsylvania certified fields cleft of yorfr fertile land to forage! f, in the last few 'years by adding flowers .
L f 'Weeks from now, some of us are going But it was nearly eight o'clock :in singing Auld Lang Syne. yielded 3 GIi;< bushels while the ordinary crops now," Prof. Stokes advises the of sulphur to the feed of growing

i r to little "Oh, whys"didn't I study Hut then, that's always so. We! had a reading by Irene Spence fields! produced only100" "bushels an 1 farmer. "Among the forage crop I stoc-k. At the beginning. of the season
just a bit Then it will The Juniors looked on sadly ((7)) after which Mae Winn a bc-uuti- acre. Reports from, other states that may be planted to advantage when sorehead usually appears,
f be too late. Now is the time to work; Voices filled with tearful rings ( ? ) ful piano solo. Several gave members of show similar increase in yield from now might' 'b- mentioned: sorghum, add 1 pound of flowers of sulphur to

vacation is the time to do otherthings. For the Seniors took the vtroU; the Literary Society! gave: a play the certified fields in comparison to Pearl millet] Brown top millet, Napier I every 1X10 pounds of mash. This will
If your grades are low, study And "skipped" to KessengerSprings : which thoroughly enjoyed. the average of the state. grass, beggarwesd: cowpeas and peanuts be helpful in several ways, one of
.'r and bring. them up. Don't give up The play everyone was "Cora's Callers,", and Certified seed sent from Michiganto / i I which! in "by keeping the birds in con
j because 'you think perhaps you can several-.corn-belt states for "A plentiful supply of green: feed dition to pass through the sorehead
'not hard enough. Anybody is The four big, cars were crowdedTo those acting in it'were: Eleanor Rosen, exp..rimental I
study oYr rough Eleanor Over- and demonstrational tests in for soiling' silage or grazing .will cut period more quickly and safely The
l..aFt. us ways
capable of making an that effort when at vaca- There carry were Gordon's, Leonard's and street, Eunice Rivers, and Elizabeth 1921 showed decided improvement in your, grunt or concentrated feed bill middle of May is the time to begin
Make your .grade so aside Johnnie's, Cartel- After the play came a song yield ever the local seed. In Iowa iiy at J'allt.a third, and at the same this treatment. Feed this medicated
tion comes you can lay your Jeuilitu the increase in yield secured from time keep your animals in good: condition mash to all the poultry that have
books and have a good time; instead And of coin He Kathryn McKay's.And I by four girls, Dena Snodgrass: -
while Jeanette Griffin, and this Michigan certified seed was 01.42 due to their laxative: toning. effect never had sorehead. Chicks that had
others ? Squires
of studying! all summer time., Then the fun'that we had goingI Margaret. Waring. Madge Rivers bushels, in Indiana 21 fields showedan not to mention the vitamine value it last year will not be subject to it

't are having a good: studied all through you cannot begin to describe; favored us with a violin solo, and increase of 63 bushels in Illinois of the green feed this or next year. *
had
, will wish you didn't But seventeen Seniors will tell you Johnnie Bronson concluded the program : 61 fields yielded-44 bushels increase "Hay for winter use as a supple- "If, in this flock to which you Ire
school remember, and wonder that why you That we had a joyful ride. with jokes. Altogether it was while in Ohio, where the great part of mentary feed is excellent and is veryoften giving sulphur, a case of sorehead
but :
the of the state is all that is necessary as a maintenance appears, add 2 pounds of sulphur to
planted
'Of all sad words of tongue or pen. Now don't get: so excited cne of the most enjoyable meetingsof acreage
with certified seed, the increase due or carry-over feed while every 100 pounds of mash. Sulphur
The saddest of these 'it might have For ire were not alone. the entire school year. Each
been'." There was Mrs I J. R. Bronson' number was good and bright. This to the Michigan seed was only 2.0 stock are net at work, while cows are should be given all summer at feast
Who acted as chaperone. concludes the meetings of both societies bushels. In two tests conducted in"Delaware clrv or while /green: grazing is scarce. for 100 days after beginning. in May.
adjourned for this the Michigan certified seed "A field of peanuts to turn hogs ""'hen sorehead appears, apply f(
MUSIC DEPARTMENT they are
;
a' When our cars "rolled l into Kissinger school' averaged 08 and one-half bushels more into in late summer or fall will" be carbolated. vaseline on the warts or'
We Seniors made a dash, 1 year. more to the acre that the homegrownseed. found an excellent fattening and I ulcers about the head. Talk with your .
,t:, J The people of Kissimmee are goingto And in less than fifteen minutesWe SPLATTERHe /growing ration where supplementedwith I county cr home demonstration agent
have a rare privilege given them made the water splash! Last'! season was a good one for a little corn Plant an ample about it."
: st.. next Friday night, May 25, at the and of certified acreage of forage crops to take care I
when there Vo all were goon so tired I -"My heait is on fire with love both producers buyers -
High School Auditorium, of Cf the soiling. silage, hay and grazing ANOTHER HOG SLAUGHTER
That we lost our pep and vim for you. My soul is aflame seed. The large production
recital of the very
will be "
,, t I a joint expr'ssion needs of all livestock. RECORD
and music departments. All And we got so very hungry, She'r mind; father will put certified seed has brought the priceso 1 your .
ti i should, l That we just couldn't swim.n you out-Ex.! low t that although reports show that It is impossible here to more than ,I '
t those that like good speaking Another monthly hog-slaughter.
I remind of these facts and to
of is being you
50 150
not miss this recital. Then too, it is the meantime soul kindly a premium to percent I''Ol'd"K" made during the month of
I some Prof. "What of the speech j i.- merely suggest! certain things to do
certified the
part
for stock
: paid -
the final recital! for all the little tot;, Iln.l spread lunch on the table, the word egg?" I i.s at ]least getting n little grower profitout 1'rof. Stokes points out. Hut, as he I :March l 192:1! : when 4,837,791 hogs
up to the seventh grade, who take And, then we ate. and ate, and ute, :tud"toun. sit iI''of.'hat of his wOl'kVhil... the buyer is .'x[1l11115. most counties in the Mat"have t werelaughtcr<4d in establishments
I
I, music. Everyone enjoys ,seeing/ "small able. updating under Federal meat in-
As "
long as we were
is its gender ? county agents who are in a -
r rI able to buy this seed at a reasonable : position
tion.
f them This
children perform, and many ( spr( number breaks the
\ will play the piano for you Friday, There were i pickles) pies and chi ken Student-"Can't tell)', sit; ('U'"1. to assist. or help you !get hush :(1 )best, prc\i(,iis record fur n month of
I I Eggs: sandwiches, and tea. I I'ror.-"I.. it masculine, feminineor --- ---- ---- information i i as you may desire.Nt .
; I night, while others will speak. The ;Mrrch. which was made in the year
) Cakes, (Olives) and bananas.U neuter? TKAIMNC: : ; COURSE) FOR :'of'RSESI : ,
older pupils of the music department ,I 1MK.! + I Iiy !'II"W.un.; -' it exceeds the
I I h feast ne'er did see I udl'nt-"Can't saV. 'till it's hatched. -- hho.f to 1 th.I .
I uciit'y object
11 you
|
will give; a recital lit a later dale. A< I; ? number' Killed in :March, 1922 by 1-14S7.ri77.
The offers
Orange General; Hospital
keeping of poultry in towns and citie*. '
I everyone knows our expression department And when. our! lunch was over.nd I'rof.--'V"I'I' I then I l lad, 't! Nurs- I "' or 41 peicent.
1 '
'
I i can ;\
my youtell Most: complaints: ; have been) against
the be t ) heaviest
this has boon < Thi of
|I slaughter
year \ the tia'h was thrown away, I I hogs usually -
I ) me the ca'-e ? es. Y'Hlllg ludieo. between ages of 18
| thewif.'u" rooster and the clisagreeabl"
' have had for time, si don'tmiss ] in the winter months
we some Thrntrola j /gut III motion Student "(','rtaiflly! The .shell mid II:!! College students er occurs ,
year ] odors. In rities. and
this final recital], but !he a' the : ""1"/ ''mid' 1' hogs ,
I And the tunes'that it would play! sir."-Ex. High School) graduates preferred.Wi < mole were slaughtered in
towns there arc regulation to
prevent
School Auditorium promptly at Federal establishments
High inspected
o'clock. Soon we went to witnessI have an uptodate100 hf't I hospital in-, ('o111Iul I 1 poultry '.eeping, but h of the months of December
8 --- -- I .ln I: do "Moonbeam: HanceuAn T.a'he0n( Latin" class: ) : "What ithe i- dully average of !33!; to 7.;> pitiints. it has been taid by'. tile I'. S. Dcpt.! of ing in 1 HI!('_11''9: and 1 .January in I'.VJ.'i:!, than 111
NOTES I j I thin the howling alley\ Latin race ? t (Our Surgeons and PhysU'mns Agriculture tlmt the flock) need| not
SOPHOMORE :March of l JI':1.! !: However, the monthsof
_ \ Where Gec'ch didn't have, a chance.ilhin ;I Puj.il! : "Its a i race l between a Latin air of the best and all classes are )be a IIUI.UII" There will be no nu>i- Dcvfinber) 1I22! ;! and January and 1
the teachers gout.-Ex. thoroughly New class begins
Now that school is nearing iu end, th. !>un began to hine, pony, /In.- June first. gjven. noyanci from odors if thediopping, February, 111r l! :!: show an increase: in

\ we Sophomores are setting down to ct'"" their was.iusi' a hint, of lain I !I.i\i- of :Snioiall remind u* We have a New Nurses Home whichwe board vards sir cleaned reasonably.dully and clean.the plumber I of bogs slaughtered of approximately
do some hard work. We are determined \\'" had,l our picture* taken Wfhi;iild I d,) our best; npprccintc and, enjoy Vl'rmuch.. ale kept) :110: percent over the same
to make a good record this j When we went to swim again. An :I. departing! ? leave. behind us All applications t should! be made to There is unless no necessity the for inte'i'liv-keeping. arooster months of the pre\)ous winter. These
.) I Although we are the smallest' : 1 :Note books that will help the rest owner figures show that an unusually large
year / Five ,.'clock soon I inlled! around. Direct IMS of i Nurses' Orange lencrnl hatch (chicks and in that case, the
number of fed and marketed
class in number in High Schoolt' :My how the time did I fly-! -Exchange.Student Hospital, Orlando, Florida. :233tcWe'll rooster should be disposed 1 of us soon hogs were -
to show our sister classes ----- ---- during the fall and winter of last
are going .. --" --- ---
smallestin ''And l (-\ ..nh'en proud Seniors ; (tIn Bible cla"8)) : "Prof., die as the hens have been set. A flock
that we are by no means the year.
So be careful Seniors Left KUsetiger with a sigh. ';'babies' talk in those, days ?" Say So without a male will produce just as

'Juniors quality, and Freshmen the Sophjo- 'And then returning\ { hone ward I, I'rof-\Vhy, no. What makes you "I'm"getting a good deal out of many eggs and what is more, the | After all is done and said there is
mores are in the race for good scholarship I With ghost stoiies'and everything, ask ?" this" said the gambler picking up, ifggs will be infertile' and will keep no better fertilizer, all things considered -

and they will show you who We sang BO many songs: that Student-"It says that Job cursed four aces better. I than barnyard manure. )1.

will win. I There was nothing left to snig. I[ the day he was-born." v -- .. -

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f "MARRIAGE PRIEST" AID I iSTK.M-KXIl; ROT OF WATEK- RAPID GROWTH IN PRODUCTIONOF
GROWER AND TRUCKER I MELONS( (' BE PREVENTED CERTIFIED POTATO SEED

Florida truckers and growers are One of the worst diseases' of watermelons Production! of certified potato seed How the American People have been

y urged to employ the assistance of i is stem-end rot. This disease has made rapid strides in the last
."marriage' priests," these being time- does much damage. in the field, but four years. In 1919 there were in
proved aids to the production of big. the .greatest loss occurs on' the way the United States but 3,750 acres'ofpotatoes

crops While it is not claimed that to market, unless bordeaux paste has that met the requirements eat Florida'
,Fi they, increase citrus crops, it is true been applied to the cut stems. Melons set for' the production of certified taught t t.cK GrapefruitTon
1 that certain truck crops are increasedby loaded in an apparently-sound condi seed. In 1922 tho acreage reached :: .
them. tionhave reached. market seriously'' 17,258, and the production of certi-
I This idea may lx met with skepticism i- damaged with stem-end rot. It i iI is a fied seed was 2,273,900 bushels.l In
by some readers who have heretofore 1 practice of buyers to press a thumb 1919. 43 percent of the acreage inspected y
believed that the function oft ..,ruin!>t the stem end of the melon and offered for certified.eet:
priests is not related to the growingof 1 I I while passing: it out of the car. If was accepted and passed; in 1920! JIMCCt5eal" .
t any crop. Others may fear that'1'soft to the touch, it is rejected. 52.75 percent; in 1921, 59,5 percent;
the dignity of spiritual leadership 1 is I A fungus is responsible' for this while in 1922, due to higher standard
f endangered. However, officials of the disease" according\ / to O. F. Burger, called for by the regulations, bu L 40 . -J
elate plant board hasten to announce I plant pathologist of the Florida Ex- percent of the acreage offered was
that the priests referred to in this peiiment Station. He say that whena accepted as good enough for certifi-
case are no other than the common I mall n is cut from the vine a drop cation.
, honey bee and that the term "mar- uf sup oozes from the cut stem, andit Canadian potato growers have also -
;: th! riage: priest" has been applied to thi-> is through this that the disease en- been making increased effort to

t '! faithful friend of man because it aidsin II tt-is' the melon. produce more certified need producing
,; ''F ft .s. the pollination cf certain flowers I Dr.), Burger, spcrhing further of this :309H( bushels in 1922 as com- years ago it was reliably estimated that less (than five .per cent

i( and, therefore, of their reproduction. :j trouble, says: "As melons are 'ucin pared to 234,551: bushels in 1920. of the people of the United States Knew anything about Florida grapefruit.

t, ... Scientists, who have studied the :loaded in the cur a man should recut The grading of certified seed pMaoes -
, iI l flowers, the fruit and the reproduction the stems so as to remove any.spore!! ,( is being given much attention in Grapefruit from Florida are now more or less.regularly eaten in about
,I of plants, say that some flowers are 'bet might have gotten into the dropof a number of the states and Canada y
if 'I "cross pollinated." This means that I sap at the end l of the stem. Witha where requirements are equally strictin twnty-five per cent of American homes, according. to recent investigations.

It .' it is necessary for the pollen ( flower ; brush he .should cover the newly cut all localities. Certified seed must
t ,!e dust) of one flower to be transferred I > part of the stem with bordeaux paste. live up to its name both in looks and Millions of housewives buy Florida grapefruit for their families and

i .. to the fruit-producing organ (pistil) This paste can be bought ready made, in results. It must be free from va insist that dealers supply them \vith grapefruit bearing the Sealdsweet
of 'another, if the fruit is to grow, and or it can be made at home. rietal mixtures, true to type, and comparatively -
vil '-versa. Bees are recognized I "The utmost care should be observed free from blemishes and trade mark.

//1' excellent: carriers of pollen from one to see that the melons are not mechanical injuries. The growersof
flower to another and in this way tianipled] over; inspect and treat as certified potato seed the inspection The introduction of Florida grapefruit to such a greatly increased
they have earned the right to be they are ting. passed into the car. agencies, and the organizations conducting -
I
called "marriage priests." How to Make Bordeaux Paste the marketing!! of the productare number of people has been accomplished by the educational advertisingwe

J In speaking of the relation of the* "To make bordeaux pasteplace 3V6: all equally concerned and sharea have done as members of the Florida Citrus Exchange.We .
bee to the farm and truck field, Frank j quarts of water in an enamel-ware mutual responsibility.

5'i Stirling of the state plant board, kettle and add 8 ounces of copper sul- the growers who cooperate in that organization, realized ten
i'
eays: "The bee goes well with fruitor phate (bluestone) and boil. While it
vegetable growing. Many Florida 'f: boiling mix 4 ounces of starch: with''' 1 S yearn ago that to absorb the future production of Florida grapefruit

citrus and truck men are realizing a pint of cold water. Stir the starch would require an immensely greateconsumer demand than existed.
how much the bee helps them. This until a milky mixture lesults. As soon .' QSANITARY
help is of two kinds: first, the bee as the bluestone is dissolved and the
makes honey to be eaten and sold," mixture i.s boiling, add the starch, Consequently, at that time we decided to systematically develop such

second! it makes cross pollination possible slowly stirring the mixture all the demand by telling the public about Sealdsweet grapefruit and educatingthe
Svhere it is" not natural. while. Continue boiling and stirring
DAIRY Cos housewives as to the food and health values they
"There are manv other blossoming until the mixture thickens into an .possess.

plants; such as, the Partridge pea, I even paste. The boiling should last MILK 6-1CE[ CREAM tF
common palmetto, gall-berry, honey- only one or two minutes after the This work we were forced to do by ourselves unaided by growers

suckle, and etc.; which grow in the starch in.added or it will become too outside of the Florida Citrus Exchange and under the very serious handi-
dtrus and trucking regions (as well thick to apply easily; it should be
F' es the general farming regions and bout the consistency of thick .paint. cap of ruinous competition from the fruit of our fellow growers who market

;' which add to the sources of honey It has been proved beyond doubt that through non-cooperative and speculative channels.
', ; visited and drawn upon by the bees. this paste enables the melons to ar-
But cultivated furnish much of rive the stem-end
crops in market without
We have succeeded mighty well the results of work the
the nectar used in honey making. An our making

\ instance Is: as much as 200 pounds rot."After each crop is harvested all Mlln_ M grapefruit industry a substantial one, with a future of promise. There

'cucumber honey has been made by diseased vines and decayed melon remains the task of the other the American
yet convincing three-fourths of
i colony of bees

,,; season and the cucumber crop was When a decayed! melon is found )n, people that they should also eat grapefruit.Why .
increased by the pollination. the field, remove it so the spores will ATTENTION, .
"Honey bees are responsible for .Wcreased not remain in the coil to cause more FATHERSSanitary
production of certain crops, trouble another year." not cooperate instead of

tor it appears that many plants cannot competing t Why not Join au
I produce' belt: Ift all, without Ople Opine for mutual benefit and profit ;
i come means of cross pollination. This is the season of the year when .

a a Clothing jb better than the bee for fish can't from see we fishermen's. proposition the milk for Dairy your'milk folk is.. D* F- wut y-r trao.tr.1i u* ....._ ..._0." that tile ..__.....

this purpose. However, the impression any angle.SOU It' will ..., absorb .11. pre.. *.. with..* r**..l.. .Tlm. t..a _**..tefcl. I....,
benefit
should not be obtained that cross your baby. ....... .! '11. n..... _...
Lean D* A Citrus ExhM. cod .. ..d.. .|M ......W..i trod.aearao.f. .
pollination is necessary in the case Your wife and children: m4 ...... .... .
Sheriff: "Have you anything to say kr ..t r FI (Commmtt g-rr .f s t.. .wem eso e1'
of citrns.. It has citrus been flowers pretty are well self-establishedthat before you diet"Condemned will like it and it' will be .....WI!. krt..r *rtt. the IkulBiM m*.mtg.t mt TaMswk 11.514.,

pollinat dP ." (on gallows) : "Yes, Iwant rood for you.ANITARYDAin'YC. .
to tell you men and women that
this Is going to be an awful lesson
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......... +..'...'. ..'t: NOTICIAOI".PIIICU.IIILIWfION.;,: .. OTICE'.lI'.: APPLl .T. Jl_
WEEKLY CITRUS REVIEW MANY CHANGES IN' ARTIC catch'is far under the average.) Herring .

f Legal Advertisements SPECIAL ROAD AND We. .IIRI... DC El DISTIUOT la the County Judge's Court. Osceola Florida Citrus Exchange INTEREST WEATHER BUREAUThe and *melt, however haver com
County State of Florida. In Re Estate in great numbers.In .

A special election will be held on the of Johnnie Roberta Bronson a Tampa, May 14. Florid* :citrus Arctic seems to 'be warmingup. contrast with the mild Arcticconditions : "

.. ....iO.l ......... 12th day of June A. D. 192$. In the fol Minor Notice Is' hereby given to all whom shipments, for the' fir.t time in history Reports from fUhermen. seal in the vicinity of Spitiber-

NOTICE! OK"/ MASTER'S SALE.In io, wins All; described of Township territory to-wlt: It may coneern that I. Mary D Bron passed the 40,000 carload' mark hunters, and explorers who sail,I the ger, present advices seem to indicate)
Twenty-five son. as Guardian of Johnnie Roberta for the season during the week
South Range Twenty-seven Bast past seas about Spitsbergen and the east. an excels of ics accumulations in the
the Circuit Court of the Seventeenth Bronson a allDo.t will. on the 16th day according to the citrus market
weekly
Judicial Circuit ot the State of of Tallahassee Meridian In Osceola of May. A. D l,2l. apply to the Honor review ern' Arctic all point to a radical [Arctic north of Alaska and North
Florida. In and for O.c.ola County. In County Florida able T. L. Comer Judge ot the County of George A. Scott, general change. in climatic conditions, and America '
Chancery. K. I>. Qulce. Complainant for the purpose of submitting; to the Judge's Court In Klsslmmee. In said tales manager of the Florida Citrus hitherto unheard of -.
duly qualified electors, who are freeholders County, at Ten O'clock A. M- or .. high temperatures -, '
Exchange. This volume
versus Walter C. B. et al, Respondnt equal the Such Is Fat
residingwithin said in that of the earth's
Foreclosure: Notice I. herebygiven territory. soon thereafter as the matter can be total volume of-California part sur ,
that pursuant to a. flnal decree the following questions] heard, for authority to sell at private shipmentsfor face. The weather bureau of the With Nan's cash Pa lit out for Miami. .

entered In this cauae on theist day otMay. Bridge 1. Whether District or No.not 4 Special, embracing Road, and the sale the undt..td..d.Ixtb, Interestof 1922: ,, though California's record United State department of agriculture Bpt in jail he remarked, "Now, where 'i
; Johnnie Roberta Bronson Minor. 1921 when reached
a wss
year
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.. A .13. .UI shall offer for sale shipments
is
said and created interested In the made IT"
territory by an orderof report am
In the
following; described real estateIn
sell at public for cash In 60,000 carloads.
and Florida
outcry the Board of County Comml..loner.of'Oae.ol.'Cottnty shipments
this
said County to-wlt OIL point by the American consul Nan said with a jeer."You're ,
hand to the highest bidder. at the front for this -
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door of the Court Houae In )Klsslmmee 120 pursuant to an on election August.held A. on D. All of Fractional Southeast Quarter : and. .on are now 23,476 can at Bergen Norway, as condition in in Jail, 'pa I fear." '
BE"%) of Section Thirty-three oranges 16,630 cars grapefruit a
Oaceola County. Florida, on the nret 'August '14th. 1*10, shall be abolished (II). and Fractional Section Thir grand total of the Arctic affect: weathr phenomena And pa sadly replied "Oh Miami.
40,106 .
In June. brine the 4thday car*
Monday same cancelling all authority to Issue bonel.pur.u.nt ty-four (14 In Township Twenty all Over the _rth.. Arctic ice condition -
of the lea-al
June ItSl. during "Florida
to such election and order. six (24) south, Range Twenty-nine grapefruit shipments are said .to be exceptional in Where Light Was Needed
hours of sale, the following 'described S. Whether. showed "
or not Special Road and an increase during the week
CU Bast.Also _
situate In O.ceola .County.FIrtda. this particular region. Never before farmer the
property A
Bridge.'District No. 4. embracing the : All of Fractional Section says Mr.( ScottV, review "while stingy was scoring
to-wit. same territory and created by an orderof Three (1) and all of Section Four or.aDl'e has so little Ice been noted. One hired man for carrying a lighted lan
At shipments about the sane
Deseripti.: the Board of County Commissioners (4) except the South half (Sl ) of were ocean-ographic expedition sailed a* tern to call on hi* best girt.
Lots One (1) Two (*) .Three (land > in the
of OaoeolaCounty February 8th. A. a* previous week. A total of
on the Southwest quarter (SW%).. of far 8129' ice-free '
Four (Mid B1ockKtht: (I) D. Itat.. pursuant to an election heldon 964 forward as in water The "The idea. he exclaimed. "When
went in
Township Twenty-stven (17) cats the
South seven
of the South Florida Railroad Company's February 4th. 1122 shall be abolished Range Twenty-nine (2,) East days Gulf Stream was traced as a warm I was courtln' I never carried no lantern -
of the Town of KI.- an average of 138 ears day.
Survey cancelling; all authority to Iu.bon4o per surface "
Which application will be baaed upon current beyond the I went la the dark.
slmmee City, Florida. according.
Orange shipment the week to. elfbtT.
the Official Plat of said Additionon order. pursuant to such election and. the Petition for sale nbw on ale In said talled S97 past first parallel. The warmth ..V..." said the hired man sadly,
file In the office of the Clerk of Court. cars a* compared with 892 waters make it probable .I
that the favorable "and look what
the Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- 1. Whether not the following; described Dated this 10th day of .ApriL A 'D., car the preceding week. Grapefruit you got. -Exchange.
lee
territory shall be created Into 1.923. 1 ," condition will continue for
.ty. Florida a special. road and bridge dl.trlcto.- MART D.- BRON8ONV shipments for the week totaled, 567 some time. Back Deer Oat
Hi :
nimtltfttm wit: ; cars as compared with 540 the
KRinBS can
STEED Guardian '
All of Fractional lection Thirty All cr. Township' 'Twenty-five Solicitors tot Ouardlan. 11-lt preceding week. Many old landmark are so changed Editor: "What. i. that man 80 mad
3.
Three CU) lylnej North of Sbl"leCre.k South, Range Twenty-Seven East ,. a* to be unrecognizable. Whereformerly about?" .

Fractional
tion. In Township Twenty-five (til The proposed .location and .descrip Tjnder.and by. virtue of"a decree of ; and there is a willingness ,noted found there are now often morames. poem about his little boy which started -

B.uthot Ran ire Twenty-nine CIt) lion of the i roads and bridges ,to be foreclosure and sale rendered and entered to take larger sire at slight reductions. accumulation of earth and atone At son, my pigmy. counterpart
East. Containing, 14* acres. moreor constructed Ito rfEditor
less.Vnder ber as fOllow.: Commencing on July llth. list by the Hon. With California many point where glaciers formerly .

the terms of the flnal decree, Township; at Twenty the North Bve boundary(it) South of Charles 0.; 'Andrews Judge of the Circuit steadily there shipments is little extended far into the sea they haveentirely : "Well, well we" ru* It,
In increasing
Court and forOsceola County "
foresald. the property above described I disappeared. The change in what' be to .
got ,
Range Twenty-seven/- Blast on the Fkn-f-. In Chancery, In certain prospect that Florida valenc'a' prices '
a
as Description A will be sold first Section line between Sections 'Two ,(I) cause In Bald Court pending wherein will temperature has also brought great Boy: Yes, but look and he )handed

to/ satisfy and the the amount property due described under thedecree a.Z.scriptIon and Three '(D.' run..South ,along; the John' WI..o.... Edwin It Wilson and O. soar to the high figures of, last changes in the flora and fauna of this the boss a copy of the edition in
Section lines between Sections Two season though they will probably
i A. Co mmon. as BxVctitors" the last
of the '
portion Arctic. Former the and be
H will not be sold unlessthe (I) and Three (I), Ten U9) and Kiev will and testament of.Thomas Wilson. maintain a good average as long as great which poem wa printed
said property described as Deeerlp- en (II). Fourteen: (H),, and :Fifteen' deceased .were ,complainants and Ar... shipments continue. shoals of white fish have disappearedfrom read: "My son, my pig, my counter "
tlon A does not brine a sufficient sukn I (1$). Twenty.two (is and "
) Twenty- thur B. Donea-an.. Pat "..hn.tonKI"lm; , Spitzbergen waters and the seal part.
the decree.. Including costs : "There has been marked tendencythe
to/ pay three (11). Twenty-six UI) -and Twen- mee Cattle' ( J and a
Company Qua N ores ..
This the 2nd day of May. A. D 1*!J. ty-seven ((11), and Thirty-four (14). William S. Potter were defendants, the' past week on the part of dealers n . ,
ELLIS F. DAVIS. I and Thirty-five (II) : thence beginningat undersigned will offer for sale and sell not to tock upsjwith. grapefruit. 'This
Master In
I KRIROH Special& HTED.oticltor Chancery. .the Southeast corner of Section 14 to the highest and best bidder for cash can be partly attributed to the public U. HAROLD flUME M P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON. JB,
of said Township and Range run
, In front ofthe Court House door In President Vice-President Bee. eV Treas.
for Complainant., Sl-4t thence West along the County line. Klsslmmee Florida between the legal demand turning to strawberries( cherries _

same being the Southern boundary of hour. of sale on the 4th day of June apples, and other early northern FwtiBssv iMectidde Sprayer PoultryPrompt Sapes ..
ftOTlCIB OF MABTKR' ''IIALIC.I said Section 14, to-a. point forty (40) '* the
I 11. following described real estate fruits that are coming on the market Honest Good Fair Price SalpsiemtBest
rods West of'Southeast oorn.r.or Sec- situate In said Osceola County
citrusdIstribution.
I Notice la hereby given that under and tlon 11 of aald Township and Range: Florida. to-wlt: which have served to curtail Ask: Tear Neighbor He Knows
by virtue of a flnal decree of foreclosure run thence due Nerth to the Southwest All of Sections eighteen (IS), twenty. Prices for strictly fancy
made by the Judice of the Seventeenth corner of the East half of East half of (10), twenty-two (It), twenty-eight fruit are about on the same level as "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING."
Judicial Circuit of Florida. Inand Northeast quarter of said section. (II) and thirty (10) all of section
for Oaceola County. In -. crrtnlnmuse thence due West forty (40) rod to the thirty-two (011) except the Northwest, they were a week ago, though' ,.receipt E.: 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER. Jacksonville, Florida
therein prndlna I wherein Oeorire"W. terminus of said .proposed Improvedroad. quarter of the Southeast' quarterof of this quality stock have been
Fox was complainant and J. IV.Niller. . said section; and all of section thlrtv- growlnir lighter. Prices for medium -
.J.... as Administrator of the _- TOGETHER with any brfdgea which Itm.y four (24).-all I being; In Township 28 grades have eased off/ with the lessened "
ttte of J. W. Miller, deceased. Marion be necessary to construct over any South Range II KastjJOHN "
It. Miller Oscar Bass also known a* creeks crossing said roads. Said roads S. CADEU demand everywhere.
Rull Base, J. M.: Duncan .. Trustee In aaall'not. be less than nine (I) feet in 116Special Master In Chancery. PAINTING PAPER HANGING'DECORATING
nankruptcy of the estate of Rull D.... width and h* constructed of any hard- American Fruit Growers. _
The St. Johns Cattle Coropunsv a cor- surface material which the Board of !. Clrrwlt Cn. state .r Florida.
poVatlon. and Ueorire W. Mann. were County Commissioners shall deem suitable 8eve..... "......, Clresilt, OMWolaCswBty. Orlando May 14.-The weekly citrus PIERCE & KENTON
respondents. I. .. Special Master appointed for construction; of hardsurfaceroads. I. Csissusis. review by.'. L. as issued .
In saId Have taken Held brldres shall. be constructed .
cause. Charles H. aranthara. Complainant from the office 'of American Fruit KISSIMMEE ''I
c-harKe of and will offer for sale before of pine and cypress ninety 90r/rj\ vs .
the Court House Boor In Klsslmmee, per cent heart material the flooring Ole B. Orantham. Defendant.It Growers says: A POSTAL CARD WILL DO
Florida during. the lesal hour. of ..1... to be with boards not less than two appearing by affidavit appended Continued declines ranging from
on June the 4ih. 1*J1. to the highest (I In.) Inches thick to the bill filed In .the aboveHtatedcause moderate on fancy fruit to .sharp on
find best bidder for a the follow.In The amount estimated as being necessary that Ola H (Orantham the defendant the week'saUctions. -
.. described real estate In OsceolaCounty. .U pay for the construction of' therein named Is a nonresident I-' ordinary quality featured '.
Florida to-wit. All of the said roads. and bridges Is the sum of of the State of Florida, and Is a ( ,.1
NES4 of NW14. and the NW14 of NEW. Eighty Thousand (180.000.00)) nllsrs. resident of Douglas. Georgia, that sheIs Florida shipments were 576 grapefruit -
and fractionalNK"4 of NK 4 of Section the cost of such construction to be paid over the age of twenty-one years: and :373 while California -
14. Township 15 South. Range 30 Rust by Issuance and sale of bonds. It Is therefore ordered that the said oranges, BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
and also the HKof" NIV'4. and 8W4or The place for holding said electionIn non-rrsldent defendant be and she Is reached a total of 2019 cars of
N.;.. of said Hectlon >*. Township said territory shall be at Mulberry hereby required to appear to the bill oranges of all varieties. '.
tl South. Hanwe" 30 East and being the Sink. and the Inspectors and Clerk appointed of complaint flied In said cause on or Oranges: The auction market opened AND BUILDERS ..-
CONTRACTORS
lands to the said .1 W for said election. J.
Mlnnlck.
acme conveyed are: A. before Monday the 4th day of June A.
Miller by IH.. 'ohoon. et uz. Oct. s. II. .1. Schmidt. :J. K:. Parrlsh. Inspectors l'>. 122, otherwise the allegations of fairly steady but the heavy CalIfornia -
1110. Ira Wetherbee, et ux. May SOlh.lll and H. James K Milliard.et ux April i i11th. The poll. at enid election will be open I said defendant.It prices down, and the week closed with I

117. and Myrtle Llghtsey. et vir. from 8 o'clock A. M, until Sun downof .Is further ordered that this orderbe price approximately a dollar lower.A STEEL STUCCO :
Frb 11th. I U I. by deeds recorded ri'Spectlvely the same day. published once a week for Four ,
: In Deed Hooks 11. page a'l.. By order of the Board of County consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmee i lessening f. o. b. demand was also N. F. BASS JACK BASS

Hook "RB." page 68*. Hook 4(, Commissioners passed May 7th J91. Valley Gazette a newspaper publishedIn noticeable due in a degree to the fact 322 Royal Street 615 Sproule Avenue
II and 1O(, In the office( of the Clerk of J. L. OVER8TRKET. mid County and State. that a considerable quantity of large .
the Circuit Court of Osceloa County. AS Clerk of Board of County Commissioners This 11th day of April, 123.
Florida to all of which reference is for Osceoln County Florida J. L. OVEUSTRNET, size fruit is of ordinary quality.
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here made all of said lands. lylnaand 22-6t Clerk Circuit Court.Clr..ult Grapefruit: Grapefruit held up u

being In Osceola County. Florida. Deedat ( Court Beat.) fairly well during the early part of
cost of purchaser NOTICHSOM PUBlICATION' L. W. NELSON. the week'one car reaching the record ..:
LEWIS: OBRTAN.Bpeclal Solicitor, for Complainant. St-St l J. .w.l. Th.c.P&= Z1
Master In Chancery.PLEDGER Serial IK*. SJieOM price 9)1.13. per'box on three sizes
& DAVIS. Department of the Interior U.? R LandOffice NOTICE APPMCATIO.V. FOR TAX; averaging rlghs, $9.79; goldens, .j.js
Solicitors for ZJ \\It at Gainesville Fla., May 5,
Complainant IIIn DICED $9.17; russets, $7.56. So far as is .

Jn the Circuit Court for the Seventaenth NOTICE IS hereby given that Joe Notice Is Hereby Given That Adele known this was the highest sale ever ."4 a..1 Licensed Funeral Director .
Judicial Circuit of the 8tatof FloridaIn Malll'<
and for Osceola Count James BD nn December 0104.10 IIU. made Homestead No. 100. dated the 7th day of August.A. The net <4Iecline for the week was -_- A Sijsor.. /1_,,,.,... 3.rric. ,. RssJ.r.J
pler. Plaintiff vs. William. O Xen- Entry. No. for Lot 1. Section D. llt. has filed said certificate In under
!-- -. nof7'i7 Defendant. Damages $1200.00. Notice 14. Township !* R. Range! 10 K.: Tallahassee my office. and has made applicationfor probably 50 cents last week's Stewart A_.... At! P.IsossXjssinu.
of Institution of Suit and Sum Meridian has Bled notice, of tax deed to Issue In accordancewith close. The f* ,0. b. inquiry continued
mons to Appear. The State of Floridato Intention to make Three-year Proof law. Said certificate embracesthe fairly good especially on medium .. High Side Anbilaict! Servict at,Call .
William Kenney No. (00 American to establish claim to the land above following described property situated sizes Marsh Seedless for
and storage
O.t. :
State flank Building LaminaMlchlaan. described before Clerk Circuit Court In Osceola County, Florida. to- Office: 14* PHONES, Residence Tl! .

and to all whom It may concern at Klsslmmee Florida on the nth day wit: purpo.e. _
i Notice I. hereby given that a suit ,of June, 1111.Claimant BK14 of Bof! Section.1 '. Township The unseasonably cold weather t
by attachment was Instituted In the name as witnesses: 17 South Range ft Bast.,'. throughout the west and north will .
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above entitled court said belne Mart Hunt of Klsslmmee, Florida. The said land being; assessed at the ,
entitled above set forth.causa The suit H J. Johns.1 of JCIsslmmee, Florida. date of Issuance of said certificate In doubtless retard the movement of .. ' . .. .
embraces SB the Interest of the said William Jessie "I.tr<<.rel. of Klsslmmee, Florida. the name of Ellsworth Trust Company.Unless berries and early fruits and should ,
O. Kenney In Lot t of Block 11 Willie Nettles, of Klsslmmee. Florida. said certificate shall be redeemed : create a more favorable condition for'
WM. a TANCRB. according to law tax deed will Issue .
according. to the Plat of the subdivision the present.
of Klsslmmee Park Osceola County 22-St Acting; Register. thereon on the 11th day of June,
Florida. and recorded. the A. D. 121 J. L. OVERSTREETV
among California Will Eat Florida
NOTICE' !! OF ADMINISTRATRIX FORFINAL Clerk Circuit Court.
records of Osceola County Florida In
Plat 'U..ok 1 at page 41; and also the DISCHARGE Osceola County. Florldi. Grapefruit
-- (Circuit Court Seal 22-tt
following personal propertyls: 2 .. the C..rt .fC..tyJdg.. State ..fFI.rI. ) Tampa May 17.-Canned grape- .

work hordes, 'and harness,; 1 I hay 2horsewagon rake ... Oaceelsi Us..). FEBRUARY WAGES FOR COMMON fruit will be Florida's only food prOd-

1 plow, : h: ; IK..d.! 1 lot of tools and the ROAD LABOR SAME AS 1922 uct at the "All-American Meal" at .
In Estate of 15: D Malloy. deceased
farm Implements located on the. Northwest NOTICE! IS HEREBY OIVEN. to all Sacramento, Cal., next June 4, when
quarter of the Northeast quarterand I whom It may concern, that on the 28th Wages of common labor for road foods from all parts of the United Call 'Phone

quarter the of Rant the half Northwest of the quarter Northeast of day of May A. I). 1S2S. I shall applyto work in February were practicallythe I States will be served in one gigantic 4'

Section twenty-five Township twentysix of said the Honorable Court. .. Judge T. L. of Comer.Probate Judire, for same as for the same month in feast to show the contributions of the

South IlaiiKe 19 East of Tallahassee my final discharge as Administratrix 1922. ,. various sections of the country to the .

Meridian. Osceola Count Florida. I of the estate of K D Mslloy, deceased. Averaged for groups of states the American table.Arr.ngements. ..
You are hereby commanded! to be andnpIear and that the time I will
at same present ,
In the above entitled causn on final Admlnlntrntrlx price per hour was as follows: New have been made by

the Znd day of July. A. D. U2I. Witness ,' of my said estate accounts and as ask for their. England 48, cents; Middle Atlantic the Tampa Board of Trade with the

the Honorable C. O. Andrews as approal 1. 10 cents; East North Central 34 Florida Citrus xchange to deliver \,

Judge Clerk of thereof the above on Court this the and fkth my dav nameAS of Dated March 2ind, A. D 123OU1DA . II cents; West North Central 29 cents; several cases of its Sealdsweet can

April. A. D 1923. J. I. Ovet street. IS-dt MALLOMcKEE.Administratrix. South Atlantic. 21 JJKt ; East South ned grapefruit? packed at Eagle Lake,

Clerk' of the abo\e Court.Circuit Central 19 cents; West 'South central to the Sacramento Chamber of Commerce .. : ;

( Johnston Court&Heal Oarrett.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS '. :24 cents; Mountain 38 cents; and Pacific in time to be entered in the 4 M,

Counsel. for Complainant'! 20-101 .. Co.rt .( the ('...." ........ Oseeolsi 47 cents. In some of these feast. Tampa was originally placed
('...t". State .l Fiends sections the figures are based on a on the menu for oranges, but found

NOTIC-R OF APPLICATION FOR HPIOflAI. In re Rstate ofV.. C. Bass. Deceased small amount of work done to the it was barred from shipping citrus
ACT IIVriPIINft ('''''RTF-R To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees season of the year. to California because of quarantine \I

AMKlWI TIlE>"tllS\TN!TOWN TO OF TIE KISSIMMKU CIIAMTKIiOF and all Persons having Claims or The price per hour for other classeswas laws. No other part of Florida. according -
Demands feiralnst said Estate:
CITY You. and each of )ou. are hereby as follows: Supet intendehts -7'J tor Sacramento authorities
notified and required to present. any cents to $1.11: forenie rr :Tto 88 have entered products for the great
TO ALI WHOM IT MAY CONCERNNotice ,: claims and demands which you, oreither cents; truck drivers. 27 to 64 cents; feast
I. that the City
hereby given
of have against the
you. may
Commissioners of the City of Klsslmmee estate of ,V. C. Bass deceased late of roller engineers, 35 to 81 cents; mixer -
will apply to the Legislature of Klsslmmee.. Osceola County. Florida to operators, 31 to 98 cents; Rteam- Dow On Shippers Advisory Board

the State of Florida at Its session to the undersigned Administrator of said shovel operators 65 to $1.19; carpenters Tampa May Representing all
be held In the year of A. I). 1923. for estate within two from the date
special. or local. act ratifying; approving 'hereol.Dated' years 43 to 76 cents; concrete finishers south Florida and the entire citrus industry .

adopting; and confirming the Charter March 17th. A. I). 1821 35 to 78 cents mechanics 30 to of the state. E. D. Dow traffic .
Amendments voted on by the cltleim WALTER C. BASS Admr. 61 cents; teams without drivers, 24 to manager of the.Florida Citrus Exchange "So the People May Know"The '

of the Town of Klsslmmee City 16-9t Klsslmmee Florida.In 80 cents; and teams with drivers 29 has been appointed to the
at the election held In mild City.on the .
sixteenth day of December A. D. 1911. the County Judges Court. Osceola to 112. In almost every case the Southeastern Shippers' Advisory

amendingthe Charter of said Town ofKl..immeo County Florida. In the matter of the upper limit of price prevails on the Board a group of twenty-seven shippers .

City and In and by the estate of Henry W. Con deceased No- Pacific slope with materially Icwcr who wilt wcrk with the. railroads .. Valley Gazette's desire U to t -

said proposed amendments special bill as will recorded provide In that the tire of Application for Discharge of prices in other sections. for the bettermentof .theC.r supply I print all the news all the. .. time but
!Rxecutor. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of CONCKHN: Notice Is hereby given by situation. This board affords ship-I unless items are sent IB by phone ,

the County of Osceola and State of the underslirned.. as executor of the estate Made a Hit With Dim pers their first voice in the car distribution -: card or I letter, we cannot hope to getIt : -
Florida pursuant to the provisions of of Henry W. Corl. deceased that matters and Manager Dow believe I alt If yon know .f any item of
It. O. B. 1988. shall be taken and accepted on the 8th day of June A. D. 1*SJ. the .
it will help Florida shippers to news The Valley Gazette will be very
as the amendments so adoptedand
undersigned. will present his final, report I
In and by said special bill will to the Judge of the. above Court "My wife has taken your medicineand get relief in their transportation prob--I glad to print it.
further provide that all the proceedings and apply for his discharge as Executor has been: wonderfully benefited. lems. The board will study production '

with reference to the. adoption of andthe release of his bondsmen. For over four years she has had trouble markets and trend of distribution Club Society Lodge, Church or I :
Bald charter amendments shall be and from further liability on the Executor: School notes people going or
and could
with bloating scarcely ; away
are validated approved and confirmedThis Bond executed by them This the 2nd and assist the carriers in the supervision .
the 16th day of March, A. U. day of April A. U. 111 eat any food because of this condi of freight in the southeastern coming back; marriages, death. or

113 ALBERT!: DIEFENDORF.A. tion. Doct r's medicines did not help states. Mr. Dow spent part of births, items concerning visitors, .

A. S. aiLHETlTH Executor of the estate of her and an operation was advised. this week in Atlanta attending an or- building operations, real estate deals
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M. KATZ
(I. W. PERSONS JOHNSTON Henry A GARRETT.W. Corl. deceased. Her brother, who is a druggist sent ganisation meeting of the board. neighbors moving in or going out, and
in fact anything that will make The
14-M Counsel for Executor. 1710t her a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy and it helped her at once. I Vote the 5-Mill School Tax Monday Valley Gazette more Interesting to its I
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NOTICE! OF ELECTION NOTICE OF ELECTION cannot praise your medicine enough." readers. .

Notice Is hereby given that an election Notice Is hereby iclven that an election '- It is a simple, harmless preparationthat The Valley Gazette's motte 1st "So

will be held In Special Tax School will be held In Special Tax School removes the catarrhal mucus the People May Know" and te that .. J' "
No.7 otherwise known the District No.4. otherwise known as theKi.simmee 4..
District as from the intestinal tract and allays .
Mulberry Sink Special Tax School District. I School District on the 11.1day I .I '" end, w* ask your eooperatlon.Helojs . ", ': .. ...t (.... !
inflammation which I.,
Osceola County. Florida on June of "J.y,- A. D. 111 at the Wlllaon the causes practically .
4, A. D. ,un at the Mulberry, Sink ,Building to determine wb shall serroSB all stomach liver and Intestinal ; : e ) $- ; ; ; ,J' :; 1
School Houae. to determine who shall school trustees t>f said district for ailments, including appendicitis. :/ S boflsjyfissjriHesf:
serve as school trustees Of Bald district :the two Jfears next after tile election t ,
for the two rears next alter the and to fix the .number of mills of district One doe will convince or money rsv ._ ... \ ... I t .,4 ."", ;1 i J; "' .5 : -Ui. :- Ii'
election and to fix the number of mills I school tax to, b. levied and I collected funded. J. Z. Robenon and drafererywhere. - .
be levied and annually for the said two yearn.jThe i.t i.- .f
of district school tax tq : claw : iSTEAIIS' ELECTRIC PASTE .
collected annually for the said, two.years. following? pe.are hereby : .
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to Inspectors and S \ ., S f \ .' ; j
appointed servo as a
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'The following; persons are herby appointed Clerk at said, election: Problems dealing with'eora growing < .. _....._ttll.. .."'.".....1J: I... 'ft;
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studUd \
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to serve a.. Inspectors and H. N. Bratton. J. McPhatter.. B. are being- by the agricnl' ;:If: a
clerk at said election" Va..en.w" Inspectors.; & L.Lupf tural .experiment stations of M state I
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J. A. )Mlnnlck B..-d. Hancock. .J.JohnBchmldt. r,.Jr.. clerk .o'J'- -- S.hail sse ,s so ..IM.a-t- fl' '''' ".nr -. ae _ .m5im'sei-
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and) 3 the Insular aoesosslons. Corn
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Clerk- By order Board of Publle Instrtfe loaF .
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II,. order. Inspectors Board of.; Public Haven.Instruction. tlon- ,. OsceolaCounty.. .:Florida April, .. b e.dir. adaption varieties tWac ::{ ; IU'I.tq'li! ;" -mj mrnmmUmHm nmUihtlr;; tiitUUHma! ;nnmm'tb1r'

Oecaola County Florida. April '. .At D. Attest*'*". "' M.'KATk ChsJrman4. and' rate and daM: of.seeding, and us* 1'I..--..JU'I'. .... :: ; t ,
111. H. M. 1CATZ. Chairman.- H. of fertiliser are the principal line ...... ..... .
Attest: C B Towel!. S_. C. EyTOWELl Co Bupt. and BeG. nartwH" .
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ENTERTAIN FOR 'ft II


\ ,., IN SOCIETY'S' REALM' ]I VISITING Mrs. Walter GUESTS Coble and Mrs Edgar/ '

: t Mrs.Katz C.delightfully, E. Dunaway entertained and Mrs C.for A. T][ EE: :L..a.ST .A.N"X: >> E-XN'.a.'x.: .: .. .

Carson of Miami, guests of Mr. and :

KRITZ PAnTY Mrs.,, R. M. Angas at bridge, Wednesday -
;. Miss Mary Ktitz gave a delightfulparty evening.,,. Mrs.\ Angas made the "T'HE END IS NEAR
for a number of her friend ofFriday highest 111.01'0' among tne ladies and

evening. of last week. Miss received a set of iced tea glasses

,Elizabeth Carter was tho' winner of while Mr.. Angas proved the point I

first prize in the )tames and Eleanor winner among the gentlemen and wm' Monday Tuesday Wednesday or
Rosen, second Delicious ice cream, awarded' a sterling silver pencil. If you can't come today come any
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\ cakes candies and punch were served Howard M. Katz' got a silver pencil '
Ends
I Those attending: the party "were: also .the consolation prize. The guest I day next week. This Big Clothing, Furnishings and Shoe SALE
Anne .
Misses Katherine WVekofT, presented
of hose was
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prize, a pair
j Shock ley, Eunice Rivers, Eleanor Rosen to Mrs Dunaway.A NIGHT MAY.26 AT 10:00 P. M.
Elizabeth' Carter Mary Louise delicious. menu 6f"chiclwi .v /ad.l I SATURDAY ,

# Snodgrass, and Mary Kritz. pickled peaches, hot roW(, stuffed

I ))DINNER BRIDGE-AT Those peppers present, and at iced the tea party Was\\'fll SClr\'eJ'1: READ [VERY ITEM QUOTED BELOW. DOLLARS OF SAVINGS ON [VERY. ITEM. [ENTIRE( STOCK. INCLUDED IN THIS SALE

TilE H. M. KAT'SMr. I iC. A. Carson, Mrs. C. E.:: Dunaway 1 I
and .Mrs.,( Howard :M. Kntz entertained :fir and Mrs. R. M. Angas: Mand j I

. It a few friends last Fridaynight ;Mis. H. M.: Katz Mr.. and Mrs. )1'/J, '

'\.' the beauty at dinner and fragrance and bridge"of. roses Amid) Steed. Edgar Katz and Arthur Simpson. ,, MEN'S SUITS ,LADIES; HERE[ [ IS WHAT YOU HAVE[ LADIES' AND MISSES SHOESExtra


cards in rhyme apropos designed: the I BEEN(( WAITING [fOR
places of the fortunate guests who WEDNESDAY BRIDGE rulm Bench Suits, in grey, tan and brown.Itvjrular Special: One big Jot ,of Ladies' and

I partook of one of the chicken dinners CLUB AT MRS. PLANO'S I : $15.00 values; d V Misses' Patent Strap Pumps. This fine "
for which the Katz home is noted. Most enjoyable was the occasion 15 Just received a shipment of
Pump would fast at this Sale if
J> 1 1Ii.! really go
.. Music and bridge followed and a I when Mrs H. C. Piano entertained the During Sale ___ __
box of fine candy was of the Wednesday After- we were to mark them $6.00; but becausewe
handsome members Kid
and neat pin stripe; White PumpsIn
: awarded to A. T. French lucky hold noon Bridge Club and a few invited :Mohair Suits in black have promised .)"OU the bfggest.bargains ...

r cr of the high score card. ,' guests at her home on Main street, 'lejculdr $20:00.lueR.: $. .16 15 low and high heels. 'Low that have ever been offered you in this vicinity
Those who enjoyed the pleasing Wednesday afternoon, at bridge. 1 1 ake them for, each will give '
I'j 1 hospitality of Mr. and -Mrs. Katz I The tables for players were in the heel white vre you $1 95
j were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Steed Mr. living room and den which were decorated Worsted Suits, in light and dark colors X5.95 your choice at, per pair J .

,4,/ and Mrs.' II. N. Makinson Mesdames with cut flowers. Several rubbers also blue with neat pin stripe. Every Suit pumps now .

; Fanny Powell and Claude Harper, and showed that Mrs. Harry Dale Han been made to fit perfectly and giveS Indies Plain and Beaded Satin Strap

\ .,g. Messrs. M. B. Ayres and lA. T. French scored highest. among .the club memo hand -'Od satisfaction. This great range of High heel White CiC.6 95 Pumps. The colors are black and brown
awarded
: f': TODAY'S bers painted and bud she vase.was Mrs. M.\ D.a Alex- Tropical Worsted Suits sell regularly for Kid Pumps now tidy These Satin Pumps sell regularlyfur

... SOCIAL EVENTS .- ander Hc-oreJ: lowest and received a '[5.00: and $30.00. You will find this of- $6.95.. During this

4 Seldom has there been so much on hand painted letter holder. Mrs. B.I 'ffr to be exceptional., 1 Sale, the price will be..__ $5.25

t. t tertaining in Kissimmec of social as this activity week. I D. Dixon and Mrs. Sam Ragsdale with this Sale, at $J 1.9 9'S'nurin :MEN'S: SHOES and OXFORDSOne
,: Following a week honor guests! were presented a Ladies black and brown Oxfords with low
?) j come three affairs today. :Mrs. Car- book and lingerie. A delicious salad 'I'hree'-PiccPFweed Suits in light In'ey and lot of Men's black and brown Oxfords(

j -rn Farmer is entertaining at a course wa, served ut the conclusion I fancy mixed! Tweed.! We can't say too and High Shoes Nut all sizes in this lot. or high heels worth $6.00. Every woman .
i luncheon this morning.. This should investigate this
bridge and of the game I much in fu\or of this line of Men's: Fine The values to $6. $4 8 5
I afternoon Mrs. J. D. Woojlbcck Those enjoying Mrs. Piano's hospitality are up fC offer. Sale Price, now._ .
i I Mrs. George Gardner will give a farewell in addition to the club mem- Suits. In fact every Suit from this lot will Your choice, per pair_ ___ Q4v J *}

party to their mother, Mrs. B. Uel K. were M.sdames. Fanny Powell, | b!>.. an advertisement for this store, and they iMen's.hlack Girls' low heel black and brown Pumps and
L. Dixon who leaves for her home in B. D. Dixon J. 1 D. Waodh 'ck. George 'i iI u-e bound to give absolute satisfaction inn and brown Calf Oxfords, in all

Michigan after a delightful visit in Gardner and, Miss Angle :Makinson. i 1 lasts and sizes. Regular $5.60 values. Oxfords, regular $5.00
suits $ 3 95
$25.50values.
Later in the afternoon assisted{ :Mrs. ('ry way. These are regular rellers. Sale Price
t Kissimmee. Miss Patsy! :Makinson have now eCHILDREN'S
l' I choice A Jt
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You
I I Mrs. R. M. Angas will "give a reception Piano in serving the guests.! i You can have can your $

I for her mother and sister Mr... ; I thtm for _ _ _ _ _ $11; t 1 45 for only __ __ _- -_ TTTf.J
C. A. Carson and Mrs. C. E. )Puna- MRS. EDGAR KATZ ENTERTAINSFOR
.J.' I way, who are in Kissimmee from Miami MRS. DIXON "i iMfs. :.Men's, and Young :M ns' Gabardine Suits! : Men's black and brown Oxfords, regular I

I visiting her, and who! are bent; : Edgar Katz delightfully entertained These. Suits we show with a great deal of\ f!>.&Miluett. All styles and sizes. We"are EDUCATOR

I greeted by a host of their old time Friday night, at n bridge I the for
pride, the styles are very latest advertising that every article in the store SHOES
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dinner ut her pretty home on Brjanttett
l lriends.-----J_ in honor of Mrs H. L. Dixon I :Spring and Summer wear. Their drape ia on sale, so we are including: our very
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Drown Kid and Patent Leather Oxfords and
t..>. NEIGHBORHOOD who has born the guest for'8\'erall I Mid fit are results of designing genius. finest shoes Your choice

'. p BIRTHDAY PARTY months of her daughters, Mrs. George These Suits are regular $30.00: sellers.. this lot, pir pair____ $1 6 S.or Pumps, regular $3.00 $2.35MEN'S I

., I I I James Powell Katz rclrliratr.l his (:;...r.h1'rlnd Mrs. J. 1) Vyoodbeck.The flaring Sale the values; per pair, only____ .
I fourth birthday Tuesday and his ideal weather and cordial )ho-p1-: : tons $2 3 95
I is _ _ _
." t mother. Mrs. II. M. Katz !gave him ar talitv of the hostess combined to price .

; neighborhood party in honor of the I make tinoccasion one of exceptionalenjovment. MEN'S WORK SHOES .

day. The little folks enjoyed them Yellow field flowers scattered -
WORK
SHIRTS
r selves with games and other kiddies' throughout the rooms formed I HEADLIGHT OVERALLS $::1.r.o )lel1'8.ork Shoes

( toys, not the least of which was the the decorations, and the card tables Men's headlight Overall, known as, the now, per pair -_ _ _ $2.85 50 Dozen Men's Blue. Chambray Work
( cake with candles 'n everything. I
r.l Lt' birthday covers.Between .
: beautiful wore dainty I tret. You have them JSfi.OO Shoes Shirts all sizes. You can have
can ;
home
The Katz was 1\1t'n'II..Work
interestIng
f the dinner courses' 25 69
1 95 $4
Y, I in The pink and white decorative games of bridge were played for, per pair _ _u _ *& e now per pair __ __ _ jour choice while the last for C
I' : scheme and the youngsters had a and at the end of the evening: it was

1 wonderful time. Carol Makinson us- found that Mrs. Roy SUiibinl had' -

<\. silted Mrs. Katz in entertaining the scored highest' and 1 1'a" press ,ted\ ,

young. guests, among whom were: with a box. of writing paper. Mri.,
I beRheta Alderman, Joe Ann Coble\ I George Gardner, second was, ii\\fli
t .lenny Farmer Sally Jo Jackson, embroidered guest( towel and Mrs KISSIMMEE FRED GILBERT FLORIDA

: Dorothv Belle Katz. Hilda Katz Coble was consoled with a fancy pe i- ;

Howard Katz Jr., Ada Allen O'Bryan cil! for the lowest score. George

S Katherine O'Bryan Lcander Gardner won the first prize among .

Smith, Willa Steed and William the men a pair of hose, and II. (C. i I

Steed. Piano scoring. low, was given a band-
kerchief. Mrs. Dixon received a p dJ' I

MRS. DALEENTERTAINS of hose the prize. An elegant .
as guest - -- -- - -- - -

Mrs. Harry Dale was a charming four course dinner was crtedto 1 I \O'r1: OF E(5 l'AI.la&1'IOy H4IAHI1Notice STATE:N Is\T MKMOLUTIOK.V within the said Special Tax School
at her the following guests: Mr. and :Mrs.: lilmrlot., andWIIERKAN.
hostess last Monday morning Walter Coble Mr. and Mrs. George la h. n..by flM-n that tho Hoard Made umli Section!' 12, hnpter rf$0, \ '111""; \H. a p.tlllonha. been Sled : In said resolution It fur.
home ontertained Main street informally Gardner Mrs. Dora Lee, Mrs. SallyPiney of (Countv C'ommlHBloners, lr| and for Lawn of )Kloilda.;: Hhowlng the amountof :: mllh the Countv (Hoard of Public In- ther Appears that bonds of said Dli.
a few friends ata iiHoeola County. Florida( will alt as an taxes charged to the Tax Colltctur Htructltiii. In nnd for O." ola County. tract In .oJh. sum of Nln,,ty-nvo Thou
bridge luncheon. There were Miss Mamye Pilley, ;Mr. and equulixatlon .board nt Its next regular of Qxr-eoltt County. "Florida to be collected Florida, nlkn.rt l>y what purports to be send ( $9b,000oo) Ijollars, are required
pretty and after several inter. Mrs. II. C. Piano, and Mr. and Mrs. ".....colon. June 4- A. I). 1S23. for the pur- for the current year A. 1>. 122 more-than twentv-flve. f two tables Roy Starbird. pose of equalizing, all valuations" an end the apportionment of tho same to .the duly qualified electors residing; and said resolution, and further
natinfr-rubbertf. Mrs. Holmes Pratherwas .. fixed by the tax assessor of Ouneola the several funds tor .which. taxes have within Kpiclal Tax School District No. Axes the rate of Interest to be paid
found to nave the highest score VISITING CLERGYMAN County on both real and personal bi on levied. 4, < isc-tula. County, Florldn commonly thereon and thtirrjr irhnn tlte prim
and awarded a pair of hand embroidered property within the county for the A'Prtl..t at 4'y ..... known us the Klsalmmro. District stat Tlpai and Interest of laid bonds would
was Mrs. Edgar DIE8. IN'KISSIMMEE. 3'l'llr.\. I 1113. J. OVKn-STRETIT. !Mevember Int. A, I). Ittt. IIIK list thev dtSlr the Issuance of become due and payable, .
pillow cases. Clerk of th Circuit Court and Clerk of bonds hv said Hprclal iTax School Pistrlct NOW. THKnEFOIlK. It I. ordered
Katz scored next and received-a hand Rev. C.; W... Crabtree who has beenill the Ilnm.nl oPCounty'CVmiuisNlonrre'ofOsoeula fJKNKRATj ii"" " 1 for the purpose nf acquiring that an election tin held on the. Hlh
h embroidered towel, while Miss May for some time at the home of his County. 23-Ztc To Amount Assessed --.; _;._UI.G9.tII:; uulldliijc. rnlarislnir. ftirnlshlns andothejulai day of June A. n. 1S23. to determine'
the low was Amount Collet ted 16,691.29Hulait Improving( buildings and whether or not there shall be Issutd
with
me Pilley score laughter, Mrs. Rull Bass at East
10TIeINOTi4'E -: .h..ol! irrounds for the xrluMve use of by said district bond In the sum of
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consoled with a hand embroidered tea Lake, died last Monday. He came to .. to be c'.IIC1C'1"d ___oS 7,071.89<< tin public free schools. within. the said. Ninety-five Thousand (OD6.000.00)) Dot*
fit, towel. The decorations for the table his daughter's home from Huntington !: In henbv plven hal ... ledbldn COUNTY: ; ROAH | .tjil IHX Hchool lilntrlct and which lars aa provided. In mid resolution, for
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where a three course luncheon was W. Va., the early part of the will IIP received by th.luar... of 1'0mol1"1 A rmied_ . llfl ,Million further SM forth In aeiiT the purpoaea thereint forth In m'hlchIrrtlim
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and each place Countv oininisalonerH( up to ten .V "'oo Aini.uot'" 111 t. r II.... Iii amount of bond" dcslri d onlv the daffy qualified Aectore -
't served were roses, winter.C. May ZSth. 1823. for two Trucks to !Is. .. '' IM ,-r i, ,tt and the purposfH thereof of n-ilrt Kperlal. I Tai Hi.hool IXntrlrt
was designated by attractive place R. Crabtree son of the deceased l. used for ConstructlnK( and maintaining Itch ,n. I.. I.. Colliited lll.oiir.: I' ..d that (h.. .proceeds d*.rived from the who nre f rer linl.r| shall vote The
i .. cards. Those enjoying the hospitality came to Kissimmee some time ago Roads. III .tflceoln County, Florida.J. IMMn,: FOUFKITL'HI./ / ': Mill.*. lit KII. h uoiitla should be. Wed! furIhepurpos,5 said ilcrtlon shall !b.. held at the "Ill-
I',' of the hostess were: Mesdames Coble when the father's illness was critical L. OVEISTRFET.Clerk To Vinoiint, Collided Anm-M8.il.I2AI'J2.2 0Amount art forth In said petition son building; In Klimlmmei-, Florida In
said l
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Commissioners
of the Board of County old the polloi shall Open
;_ Carson Farmer, G&ger. Katz Prather and accompanied the body to Huntington I Onoeola County, Florida. WIIKIK.\S.! : It hiss hern made to npIi. at I o'clock a. m.. and the poll. shall
Ragsdale and StarLitd. Tuesday, for interment 33-2t Hal: ,(. to b.1 Coll.i'l.,1 $716115I'Ia'I.ll. ....r I.. t 110"> County Hoard..of Public In- close al sundown H. N liratton, 8 L
; I'HIH.ICITYTo struti... nf oncenln County Florida I.upfer Jr. and K <1. Vans Agnew..
..lmountNNI'Ne.. (I 12 1l < 8ii
appointed Inspector at nfiM' eltrtlonIt .
Ihnt Niilil I ban aimed
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Aioouiit 1i In further ordnn-d that thin(
I in.ii. tli"in twentv-flve ((2S% ) per cent order
nf tin ilnlx' f'UallnVd. electors rp.ldln""I'hon for election shall ,hiul.llr.h.Ml| nnctfarh
; 11I11I1111I11I11I1111I11I1111I1111I1111I11I111I11I11I11I11 I 11I111111I11I1111I11I111111I11I11I111I11I11I1111I11I1111I1 I I I 1111I11I11111111I1111I11I11I11 I I 1.,1.1' Colliitid $."AiIKVKItAI. ; N" ..,(,i Spcclitl Tax Hrhool District week fur four sur.rneIvr wC'Ck.
S c'II'IHI|. In The KI..lmn"1111.. ,
To \iii..uiit AF..e..Meil__ |r_' r.7', H'rAlllounl > nnil tliui'. it In nfHlrahle and to the bent new'Npa' ",- published In> K.L lunlmrnei-"" tie. a,
IIIK-II hi* nf said Hpi-clnl Tax School
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-= =- I'oll.-l. 3idG3.97; rtlffi'lr-t, \ ii> nrriulre, build.. ..large. fur- O..la (wants., Kturldi/ and. heliiK,, snrwHpnpiT
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TilKll, ami. i.thirMlfie lmprohulldlnim of Ki-nirnl rli.-ulntlon' |,ubllBhiil
lialaln-i to I I., C'..11..1. )Jr.,721. K
A In cold Tux .
KpitUI IiliIrli
i = v = nod seho'I"' irrruindfi for t the etililNlUNI \'* Hrhool -
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sill/ 41'IIUUI. DIST :.No: I 't
uf tin fnachoolH within!
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To Amount AHHIHHX _. $:!.7*212!!
= a ' r = i s111d Sp" i: 1 x Whool Utetri i I lit. and II In further onli-ml I Ion 1 the Chair-
. ,\ nount Cull, cted . :22137N I :: : 1.r.; :
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=: =: : I tlmt I bonds. aiich. district shams belHmil man unit S.rretary nf the Hoard ilo inour !
-- fur such purpones and ,publish nollrv t.t. nnl = = ltalini-i: t to hi Coll.itiil I $:;...834 I In arcorilnnnwith
thin
= VilU TIIKltKKOUK.: : ripe IT 'H resolution and
= Sill 1 !HCIKMtl. l IHNT No 2To |So.VIi[ ;!'> lthf 'ountv Koanlof pubHi order and tho I liyu. ,n of. the State of
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: =: I \nniuntHMenneil' 'i 9C1'mAmount Klotlda
In..IIlIo'lIon In IIn.lrurO"c".I.uu.FI.I.I.
= .I Collected 1 . _ 1M3 s-! 4 ) |;. 'ut (ihle, the first meeting of- Hone and ordrr..i thin Mth dnv ..fllIIY.
7 C :1. JKalil llinil. tier the receipt of snld' pitltlifii *- A. H.. 1923. If. M. KATZ
7. The Bank With -- llMlainto Colleit.d. t3C2vlSfU shut. bonds In the earn of Nfnetl'lit' f'hnlrinnn.. Hoard of Public IntrurtlonNF:41.1
I SCIKMil. I 1.IS1' No. 3
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Thiiiis.ind 1 |9 .uIIII end) I>Tiara areI.quil.d ( < __ ._
= To Amount AHHI > "l li.llxi'.fiAmount .
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1 = fir tiniitirpose of acquiringhuildll \ C' K YOWKI.U
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= .. Seer tars Hoard
the = ,. i'nl irKlliir.' furnlHhlnir. and\ of Public Irmtriflloa
otli..iulH. 'lrnpri\lnK bulldliurs and of Oaci-ola 'ounty Florida. SJltoNOTK'K
Hlillllir to 1.01' Collected __ 1970.66Sl'R i
A DISCIPLE OF BAD LUCK. 1 KCIIOliI 1I1.ST.. No. 4 school uiMiiiulH, for the exclUHlve use
= Ability of tli public' free schools within said .
Toinnunt AHHI *i.. d ._ __ u $3&4M.1K >K 1-s.C-rUt'll
-- Amount Collect ._ _. I.I/II.GI I Ihalnnrc 1 Np.| '.1..1 Tar School OlHtrlc-t No 4. Iseeot. .!1PK' :('II. TAB; 511001. U.sT/l1T' xae
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.. .. I'.niiity.' Florida and that It In' 4)5< EO1.4 COUNTY. KI.OHIDANotlri .
= and = to be Collected ",lIn.c.1sill d. .lr.I.! and to the best Interests of ---
sold. l-ltict l that said bnndu h.l l 1..lIu..l.
= HClKMlL( DINT No C > In hereby given that nn eU--
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Willingness IS GENERALLY A CONVERT ;;; Amount Toni
== = <1101 Imllnrx as ch. numbvnd COMH-C- .
the .".n" being In I4p.\'Ial l l T IMchoul
to Serve S to he Coller-tnl.. .- .. 11293;. ullilrn.m On.I( I ) to NIni'ty-flve District No. *. commonly know
s .-r. s I M-H-hCHooI. 1.IS1'I No. G Cflo! i11lnvh.l i. snld, bnndfl to hetr I"- nn the Klualmmee DlBtrlot. on Haturla -
\ To Amount AKMHHII) . .11143.: lrrrat t ni no more than six < 6'r ) p..rC' '. I9atin
H > the l 11th day of June A. I>
"I i p.I'i .niniim. pny.ible: ...-.ml'Rnnu"lIvunlll'I"d. ;!
Amount (Collecttd 87.66lialanr ; determine .ball!
TO BAD MAN- I p _ i > and that said. bond!. shall whether or "ol.lh..r.
the
:: tiiMlut* ,milhecini! ..- dm* and nnvnhlotlilrtv be issued by said district bomlK In .
LE DEPOSITS INSURED to be Collerted . $G6.so Sum of Ninety-live Thousnm I..'.
i Iinl: I years from date both
I KPKCI HCIUXJK 1>IST No 7 principal 000.on) olnrs) for the purpose of aequhltiir. -
To Amount Asarsa.-d __ ____.h f34ii.1&Amounl iinil. Interest. to be payable. at (tiellnnot bulldlna enlarKlnn" furnUhl"
s::: Collected ___ n_ ___ 310.31! I City. Ni, r u National:;York and Hank of New York and otherwise Improvlntc bullillnviisndschool ,

== AGEMENT = Kalann' to be Culleel.d--------$25;.*4Micl. HR IT J II'HTIIJ.H. nKSfll.VKU! tlmtthin '. public grounds free for school the exclusive within the UM said ofhe
.
I r."ltollon I It ,,
entirid II '
..
UOAU DIST No. 1 upon Kpiclnl( Tax School District Only I the
= : = To Amount ltsseaae.l------$9,5$5.75Amount I records. 1,1 tin County Hoard <,f t'ubllrlnstructl. duly qualified electors of sell. DlstrW
t Inn of Onecoln Countv. Klorldn.arid .
,
Collected - B.8S4.68 I who arC freeholders shall he entitled
.
lljil tlie Sane be ,published
) user.ash
. 10 >ot<-. The said bond shall ". of !the
: K fur
four
A ntii'Cffifilvi w..k"I"
lie innec to be Cullrrid$3,931.24) ;' (li nomination of One Thousand (IV'
HI'KCI 'I-tlT.I No. :2 .The KlxMiinmiiVnlliv Ointtc,. n Interest
OliO Dollars bear
I shall
To ..tmuuntssesaed. _ $10.0(8.41) I' new flpn,'If a.niril. .1""lnll.I itulillHbed nl of each six ..epl'r *'}
rate than
Itl (I : Amount Coll.fled _ _ __ 24,01(44 ll l lct. In a.ld,| | Spi rlnl' Tux" kh..1 I 11111.I a c, nt per annum not morn pnyablo seml-S"
'iiiallv and shall and beconj"HIII
; Halitnre to he Cullectrd. _h V:.o63.05I; I I'n-Mul\ i nilrloptid thin 14th di>' of and pnvablx thirty mature(SO) j'I.an.t
I )IIa\ 11 I'.23: If M! KATZ. .
SI'KCK: ROAH I LINT Nil 1 he'
== ,.,. I r date both principal and Interest
To Amount AmieiiHvd _ 'fr.2ii.H ; C.I. m.in I'l.mitv \Iliuird fOr Piiblli- InMructliui Inft National
Amount Collected u __ ._ .. 2.I<:.G.7.1 i ilialanre fiaceolii<<' Counlv FloridaMI.Bt Innk payable of New at York the City.Hanover New York.
4hFAl.:
to l h. Cu11eeto'AI1tlI417. ; I .) < I n YOXVKI.USeiretjiii : All as provided In a certain reso'J'Ion '

.1; To .Amount HrKCU"' .........KOAII d- ..._ -.$2fl,187A7! Htrur-ilon. ,County OKceoIa Honrd County! of Public Florida.In- structlon passed of tho of County Osceola Hoard County.of 14th Puhlle Floi1"\.* of

:Bank Osceola :1 Amount Collected n__. .- _.. 18,325.98 - ZS-5tn :May. A.snd D. mi adopted said the resolution nolir...npublished .
-- the
County I '' In connection with
Valence to ,... ('ollected$7,569.99'TICK at
t WUPitH\n:! he County Board of of election.. The polls will be open i .
I ERADICATION Public Instruction In and for Oiccola S o'clock a. m.. and close! at.lundOV6,
: : : To- Amount Anarsaed-----$5.544.99) I County Florida have this day pawed Jr-
U. N. Bratton, a I* Lupfer told
Amount I'oltec-ud .. ____.. ::_: 4btl.l7 a"uJu"I.\ .." a certain resolution (J.; Van. 'Asrnow hare Been a ..

., v.. 9'I ., ,, ,== Balance h. be ('ollseled--l,945.$2<< been will-rein flint It with appears said that BoardT a petition slrned has br Inspectors'0,. order for of said the election.. Bo.r d"e1;
'
//our 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Dated April lit A. D. 1521. II more than SI per cent of the duly Public Instruction .1-Osceola'CoOtll'
\ == J. U OVER TUICRT. ouallfl.Ml flertora residing within 8p Mt.KATZ. .
t Clerk Circuit Court eta! Tax School District No. 4. 0.0_ 'Chairman. County ;Board ofstructlon. Pub lt 0
Merely. County Florida. 'v>'lX'orldm.<< commonly known as OAceolsCountl., rlerie. .
.
ar% I the Kl...lmmee District, for the pur- ) H_ "
If your b .in... U not worth ad- yp* ..t acquiring! butidlnir<< enlarging Attt..tt: b. BS. TOWBIJ .
IInIIlllllUIllIllIIUII lmnDIIUIlllIOIDIIIII II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIir vcrtlain. adv rtis. it for.sal* In The I turnisping and otherwise Improving BeoretarV.. CoaDtT'boal'd o? ,.g1lIl,; s'
.Valley Gazette.f building and school grounds for the ,strucjfenOsceolsf! \ Cottnty,, F1. ...a2u"lJl
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