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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 25, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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RED POPPIES, AND EVANGELISTIC. MEET COMMENCEMENT. WEEK. FOR KISSIMMEE- OBSERVE MEMORIAL CITY MANAGER BEATS ':


LITTLE WHITE CROSS WILL, CLOSE' SUNDAY. SCHOOLS WILL 'BE USHERED ,IN TONIGHT DAYTALROSLHILlAmerican : :tAlLiGA TOR. :MACHINE --"


Tomorrow. Kissimmee People l\onster Booster Chorus ITo . Legion And G. A. Tries Out A Self' Propelling"I

Will Tell World They Give Farewell: Program Music and Expression D Departments Will Start TheWeek's R. Will Hold Services On, Whirligig' To Clean Sand f

Sunday Afternoon at Tent Program Leading Up To Graduation Day Wednesday Evening And Roots From SewersThe
Have Not Forgotten
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For The Seniors On Monday,. Fourth of June ) ..
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"A permanent endowment fund tbe The big evangelistic campaign which Memorial Day will be observed auto replaces the horse in, they say,

Income from w.blcb'wiU provide flow has been drawing hundreds to the Commencement week Is almost here. of the high school pupils will occur next Wednesday evening atfi; o'clockat The They old prove time it customs by rubber are hash pasting:

ers for their graves on Memorial Day Tabernacle nightly for the four weeks So near in fact, that tonight at the Monday night at 8:30. This wilt be Rose Hill cemetery. Members of ,.
forever," campaign is drawing to a close. The high school auditorium the first of the the annual declamation contest. It awayAnother I
campaign will end on Sunday night.Dr. the previousto the. American Legion and the, G. A. one's.tumbled to, smash! I
reads the announcement in the many programs of the various departments usually occurs on Friday .
So Weekly. It does ..Frank Grant who has brought his will be given. The music commencement week, but this year, R. will gather at the Chamber of Time ,was when plodding Dobbin,
American. Legion locality. It message continuously during the per department under the direction of on account of the tent meetings, Commerce at 4:30 and ride to the or fiery steed represented the universal
not refer to any ::special wb o iod will preach his final sermon at Miss. Myrtilla F...Beats, and: the-:,expression which close Sunday night it has been cemetery. At :the gate the 'participating I mode of ''getting there. Good
meant everybody; everywhere. .. that time. Mr. and Mrs. Mills leave: department conducted by postponed until Monday. Six high organizations will form and' judges'of boss flesh were coupled at-'
has not forgotten.The at midnight for California and ,the MI... Margaret Stanford, will present schoolgirls and three boys will contest march to the. .spot selected for* the fictionally with' the names of good
sun shines hot in France on people who have enjoyed their sin;- a joint'' program at' 8'o'elock. Piano I at that time for the two medals, ceremonies 1 Judges of liquid memories which, too ,
Memorial Day. Its rays ,beat down miss and especially ,the kiddies, will solos and duos, and readings, bY"thePupils I one of which is given by J. L. Over- ''Kissimmee' people are !urged: to : haVe passed away. Ah, well, progress I
sometimes Intensely. Here; and there them. of the two departments prom. street and the other by George T. Sln- brink flowers to the Chamber of'' must come, and sentiment must yield ..I i

overseas, 'in France ..or elsewhere Sunday afternoon the Booster CT or. most interesting entertainment.! contest was Commerce between the hours.ef one I to stern' necessity. The picturesquemust
they shine on' TOWS of:JH*%t., whit 2._,. t.WA. hundred and !flftr! strong; \Till PupUlfrcm.t school, down.to.. geIter.The.preliminaIY and the nlnt and four vii Wednesday afternoon to.I ,give way to the more practical.
crosses 4 American Legion grave markers of- give a program which' it is safe to the.l l little tote, wipe. seen! and )heardIn who Tll I compete on Monday were the be used for decorating purposes.'The I Beloved pete of the farmyard with 0
; ors other, designating device say has never been. approached in Ki.- musical and reading*-numbers winners of the preliminaries.. ''These stores all have been requested by the I appropriate obsequies, were forgottenfor
the graves of the American men who simrnee before. There will be twenty which should make Kissimmee proudof preliminary contestants included all Legion to close from four until sx: ,, snorting iron mules. Shed a tear
made the supreme, sacrifice. Some in songs, and a hundred questions and the achievements. of its future artists the pupils of the high school up ty to'give the proprietors and employee. I for the poor dumb animal
places they seem terribly Isolated verses which the young people have In these lines '' the eleventh grade. The winners who opportunity to participate in the serv Alligators are good advertising
others, friends, perhaps unknown w'll learned and can deliver as If they had School closes on Monday June the will compete next Monday are: Madge Florida according. to press reports
decorate those graves. The man the known them all their life. There will fourth on which date comes the sen- Rivera. Mae Winn Robert Buckets, ices.At the cemetery gate the participants :' and experts' advice and the clothespin .
whose buddy lies over yonder lies in or the be the yells and the poetry which Mr. I ior's graduation day, but next week Irene Spence Vivian Floyd Emerson will form as follows: Colors, Hazard is perhaps gaining favor
woman whose loved one Mills has taught them. It will be a i will be a full one for the young people Squires Theta Phay, Ellanor Over- music, firing squad civil war veterans among Floridlans thereby.' But the
land he gave his life to help,word finds meeting well worth while attending. who are finishing high school togo ..street and Raymond Tyner. This is Spanish war veterans;/America onward march of progress nevertheless
especial comfort In those Memorial Many people have purchased phonograph into college, university, or business the only one of the commencementweek Legion Boy Scouts and others. The' relegates him to the discard for
"flowers for their" graves on records of the songs which Mr. or who are bidding farewell to programs to which an admission band will play sacred music while the : important services once performed.
Day forever the'' grades to become full fledged will be charged. And while we're in a sentimental vein ')
and Mrs. Mills sing, and their voces! Boy Scouts and the committees dec-
At this season of the year the mar will continue to be heard After they members of the high school. One of On Wednesday night at 8 o'clock orate the graves. Then everybody let's turn our attention to sewers
of be.
who prides himself on his state have lone since gone. They have two the most interesting of the activitiesCOMMENCEMENT conies the music department recital will sing the national anthem. Selec- "Turn backward turn backward 0
boiled" finds tenderness "
"hard a strange
ing through him. He double records, containing two solos tion by the quartette follows after Time in your 'flight, while we pauseto
creeping ------------------------------------- ----- - --- - -- think of "them that's
which tho memorial address will be days gone
and two duets which be purchased -
boiled then he had to be. may "
was But time hard has changed that now. A. at the tent or at WiMers studio. .o.o.t.oooo..o..o.o..o..oo..o....... . given by Dr. J. A. Sutton, and the forever. Picture the manhole of :.
yesteryear with its subterranean
each )'ed' removes the poignancy of Judge Comer said yesterday that quartette will sing another hymn. passages radiating toward the four
memories be tries to uproot. he finds the collections taken at the meeting WEEK PROGRAM The benediction will be pronounced points of the compass. Think againof
more place for sentiment. His buddy had amounted to $616.43, which with by Rev. M. B. Ayres, the Chaplain of the difficulties with which a former
lies over there.Thirtytwo other funds available, would take care High School AuditoriumFRIDAY the Post then the rifle salute end"tape. generation had to contend when the
. thousand buddies lie over of the expenses of the meetings. No ." silvery sands and tender rootlets of '
there. more collections w.111 be taken at the EVENING MAY 25, 1923 The Legion cordially invites Confederate nature's beautiful trees merged into
Thirty-two thousand graves will be tent meetings, hereafter, he said, veterans to participate// impenetrable obstructions. In other

decorated with flowers "on Memorial until Sunday. At. the Sunday services Recital, Music and Expression Departments--____________8:00 p. m. the days services, and extends an invitation words, recall the times when they
Day forever." And Kissimmee will the collection and subscriptionswill to the general public to be dammed the sewers and the city employees -
the little be given for Dr. Grant and Mr. For Program see Page Two.MONDA where the services
have its share in bringing at the cemetery, followed suit. Ah, then deer
touch of beauty to the graves who** and Mrs. Mills.GAINESVILLE. will begin a 6 o'clock. reader, the noble alligator was not e
verv existence signifies a beauty in Y NIGHT. MAY 28 merely alluded to as being a picturesque .. '

profounder sense. part of a scene of tropical
Several hundred poppies wll; be offered WILL Declamation Contest "_______________________--________8:30: p. m. SCHOOL OUT SOON grandeur. He was not hailed as
to the Kissimmee people torn or. I Small Admission ChargedPROGRAM an advertising asset. He had work
row. Red poppies they are, made l hy AT TALLAHASSEESeventeen to perform and he did It.Contemplating .
-wounded soldiers who fought with GRADUATE OSCEOLAN the of his ,
the buddies over there, but who livedon. "The Littlest Rebel"________--__--_ ___n_______---_Edward Pepel for -the common scene good! our endeavors I

It isn't a money making scheme, --- Madge Rivers Kissimmee Girls mind's eye sees him again. Tenderly

this sale of poppies. It Is a sacredrite. Burton Ames Only SeniorOf "While Breakfast Waite It is an assurance that those Eight Kissimmee Boys Mae Winn At Florida State College of heavy twine. Cradled in the +:

"on graves Memorial will be Day provided forever.with" flowers" At State UniversityThe "The Soldier's .Reprieve"__--______.-__________--____Mrs. Robbins Are Members of the K. K. aims into the of a city employee aperture he was which taken the I

The American Legion is raising. tlii; Robert Buckets in j cruel world thin of only as a man-

fund to insure this perpetuity. The girls of Kissimmee are puttingone "Sombre" ___________n___________.-----__-__---William W. Story With invitations being received hole. Gently deposited on the floor
little ted poppy is the means. The over on the boys this' year in the Irene Spence Kissimmee for the commencement exercises thereof he was aimed in whichever direction .. J
the Legion i number of graduates from the state I at Tallahassee at the Florida his services were most needed.
theirsfriof theiappooppiandes "What the Professor Saw In Elainq"KilbourneVivian State College for Women, friends of
ends, will offer colleges and universities. Seven Eagerly he entered upon his duties
for sale on the streets of Klsslmmes young women from Kissimmee will Floyd the aeventeen Kissimmee girls enrolled and disappeared into the dark recess
tomorrow and Monday and Tuesday. from the FloridaState College "The Man Without A Country"____________Edward Everett Hale there are looking forward to seeing while his nurse-man slowly paid out "
Wednesday is the day the poppies* at Tallahassee and ten more re Emerson Squire. them soon. It is but natural that the twine to which was attached a ;

should be worn. The sole will be over main. Gainesyille'tursa out but one I "As The Moon Rose"____:_____________________________Anonymous the the"home year folks"and should recall look what back"our upon heavier cord and thus the crinkle- .
then, and the Legionnaires want Klssimmeean with courses completed, hided denizen of the underworld contributed
nothing to commercialize the day out of the eight who are enrolled. Theta Phay girls" have been doing. A checkingover his services to mankind.

held sacred to the memory of their What the boys Jack In quantity!' "A Cutting from Tom. Sawyer".____________._____.-__Mark Twain of the different of Kissimmee doings of shows therepresentatives :I And now, how changed. City Man :.

buddies. There .is no on the however they seem to be making up _:' i '< Ellanor Overstreet .. '. into ager Doughten, with Messrs. Joiner

poppies. There is but the opportunity for in quality. The lone Kissimmeeman .' "On the Other Train"-.?_?,,......., :: .-....-'...__Anonym us the that they college are activities ftndinctlm.which to get often and Buckets .of the light and water
to give, the decision as to how to graduate is Burton W. Ames, Tyner- ,f., If. ,I., department have been testing out a j
In the tribe ,*, ., Raymond ; ,. ; 1 mean as much as does'the prescribed self i
much you want, to share son of Mr. and Mrs. W F. Ames.. He "; :> *' : ( > {/"I propel Ing nozzle with a knife
ute to be paid "on Memorial Day for- is finishing the agricultural collegeand *.r"v" "". ,, ".:'. ."i"'J, ,\ 1-'f' ..: curriculum.of the Kissimmee girls grad plows its way along :
ever." will receive his degree of Bache- WEDNESDAY NIGHT. MAY : Seven this namely Misses Helen the sewer for a distance of three hundred /
uate year, feet which Is guaranteed to cut
lor of Science in Agriculture next
_______ ____ ___ "p"i. Bass, Carolyn Fri Norma Griffin,
FLOWERS WANTED week. He is a member of the Music Department Recital-_ ---__-_ 8:00 pp roots an inch in diameter and is said I
MEMORIAL DAY For Five.THURSDAY Muriel Prentls, Irene Reed Mary to cut those two inches thick. Attacked
Kappa Sigma fraternity, of Phi Kappa Program, see Page Tiller. -
Singeltary'and Mary
to the fire hose its
revolving
Phi. the honorary scholarship society -
who can Miss Helen Bass, who will teach '
All persons in Kissimmee Alpha Zet* honorary agricultural NIt IIT. MAY 31 Osceola capabilities carry it along and remove
> French and in High
donate flowers to be used for decorating fraternity, and Gamma Lambda history all sewer obstructions. The nozzle |

graves on Memorial Day are urged honorary musical. He is a memberof Senior Class Night-,-:-.8:30 p. m. the School Kissimmee next Flub is vice-president at the state college of- has been acquired by the city for a
them
by the American Legion to bring the Masqueraders, the university thirty days trial and according! to
betweenone PROGRAM to which club all the seventeen
to the Chamber of Commerce the demonstrations far made, it :
band of which he has been librarian,
local During this
and three o'clock Wednesday afternoon girls belong. year works
and was this year assistant. manager Selection____uu________u___________--High School Orchestra she has been president of the "Mask as per specifications.
of the university orchestra.' He has Salutatory----------------------------------------F. S. Ledbetter and Domino Club" the college dra-
been secretary, treasurer critic and : matic organization which has put on ANOTHER FARM LOAN
THE FIVE MILL TAX president of the Agricvltual Club Class History-Winifred Denning several successful plays. Miss Norma
during his college course and playedon Gifts.,---_.- Johnnie Bronson Griffin is president of the K. K., and '
both the football and baseball Class WS11-Lewis O'Bryan was one Of the members of the smaller FORMED
WENT OVER EASILY teams of the Aggies. He was this A Group of Old Fashioned Songs-High School Chorus Y. W. C. A. cabinet. She is a ASSOCIATION ,
year alumni editor of the Florida Al-
member of the Chi Omega sorori'y. -
ligator, and associate literary edItor Class Prophecy.--.-------.-----,-Arthur Simpson ]
was Osceola
/ She was one of the four maids cf honor Thirty FarmersTo
of the Seminole. He has been. Class Song 1 Senior Class
,
Increase Of Two Mills For -- - to the queen in the May Day fes-
president of the Osceola County Club Words by Leonard Herrick tivities. Miss Mary Singeltary is Apply For Membership In
School Tax Will Keep Up for two years. In addition to the collegiate Valedictory- Lewis Campbell permanent treasurer of the class of Natidnal AssociationThe i
The Present StandardsMonday's honors he has received at the i 1923. She this year became a member -
hands of his fellow students he has a FRIDAY NIGHT JUNE 1 of Omicron Nu, the honorary "Osceola National Farm Loan
showed mighty fine scholarship record having -- home economic. sorority which is Association": was formed last Friday
election '
school the highest average in the present Eighth Grade Graduating Exercises_-_______--_--_--_--__8:30 p. m. considered a great honor In college morning in the offices of Mrs. M. V.
that Kissimmee people emphaticallybelieve senior class of the university for the circles account of the small num- office witha
on Boyer in the post building,
in their schools. By a more four He has Play: "No Girls Admitted, with a cast composed of
not
past years. only acquired ber admitted to this national honorary -
list of thirty-one prospective mean
than four to one vote they voted an these honors and made the I Joe Tucker Frances Bailey there being only nine is
society bers. The charter expected to arrive -
increased tax levy for school purposes enviable scholarship record, but he McClure Lupfer Dorothy Bullock members in the Florida State Collegefor shortly, from federal land bank I
.
for the following two years. Sev- has worked his way through school. Gecrgc Lee SinReltary Helen Chapman Women. district No. 3, from the Federal Land.
enty-two their approval For three years he has been student McDonald Dann Among the Kissimmeecontingent Bank at Columbia S. C.
increasing Lawrence Margaret
of .the millage, assistant in the mailing departmentof who will\ not graduate this year we Directors were elected at the Friday I
seventy-one of them voting five mills, the general extension division and SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 3 fine more honors. Miss Ada Louise meeting, who later chose their ']
Instead of the past two years' three instructor -for agricultural correspondence Simpson has recently been elected to officers. The officers are, J. W. Wile

mills, and one going strong for ten courses below college credit Commencement Sermon__.____.---____________.__J::____11:00 a. m. the Smaller Cabinet of the Y. W. C. president; Carson Farmer, vice president
mills. Only one said the levy should work. That listens like a pretty good Dr. W. H. Dre.ch A. for next year as chairman of the and M. V. Boyer aecntal'I
be lowered. Whoever that was voted record for one of the home boy, and .social department and is also vice- treasurer. The directors are William I
for two mills. Thirteen were satisfied and Kissimmee is proud of him. The public and all the churches cordially invited. president of next year's junior class. Winterton, Carson Farmer J. W.

with the present three mills The present junior class at Gainesville She is a member of Chi Omega, and Wile. DeWitt Alderman, C. C. Baas
one was willing to boost it up a numbers two Kissimmee boys on MONDAY NIGHT JUNE 4 treasurer the Kissimmee Klub. H. H. Hildebrandt and James H.
notch and he cast his vote for four. its roll, who will be graduating this Three of this year's Freshmen, or
One hundred and one votes were time next year. Bryan Simpson is : Graduating Exercises_____________.-._______..___________8:30 p. m. perhaps it should be stated "next Smith.The committee on appraisals which
handing their ballots forgetting to I. nicknamed "Cowboy" by his Presentation of Diplomas. college career with distinctive honors Smith, L. H. Ingrain, and C. C. Bass.
fill in the blank at the bottom of the fellow students, and is a member of the first year. Miss Dorothy Miller The president Mr. Wile has already
ballot for the school levy. John L. the Kappa Alpha order and the Farr won the U. D. C. medal for her essay organized two farm loan associations, I

Overstreet continued his popularityby Literary Society. Vern Wilson son ... "Southern Officers in the World and expects to have things running
a vote of 92 for school trustee, of Mr. and Mrs. Wl H. Wilson of Wr," in a contest in which competitors smoothly in the new organization in
James M. Johnson came in a neck be- Vine street, is another junior enrolled where piano solos, duos, trios, and a ,ing the second semester has been preparing from nine colleges were entered a short time. ,1
hind him with 80 and Fred S. Gil- in the agricultural college. He is i.a sextette will demonstrate the resultsof for commencement week under Miss Emily Sanderson was "tapped"For This association is formed by virtue ", I
bert polled 87. One voter wanted to member of the Agricultural Club the music department under the the direction of Miss Ada Wag- the Freshman Commission an organization of the federal arm-loan act 1 1
wish some more school work on How and played on the Aggie football direction of Miss BeaU. A varied of twenty girls selected which was passed during the Wilson ]
ard Katz, president of the county team.. program on the piano will interest ner.The eighth grade will have its from the Freshman class as representatives administration. Loans on farms maybe I
board of public instruction, and voted is Kissimmee's music lovers. graduating exercises too. This event of the various cities of the secured by any organization of
for him for trustee. only sophomore at the university this Thursday night will be senior class will take place on Friday night at the state and of types of girls' at the col- farm owners from $100 to 110,000, on j ja
The increase does not amount to a year. He's another one of these qual- night. Lewis Campbell has won the high school auditorium. The main lege. She Is secretary of the K. K. basis of fifty per cent of land I
great deal, but it will add about $2500to ity-rather-than-quantity fellows! Listen distinction of being valedictorian andF. event will be a play entitled, "No Miss Elizabeth Parker was at the value and twenty per cent of im,1,
the available funds for the coming to his collegiate pedigree: Sophomore S.,Ledbetter .salutatorian. and they Girls Admitted in which the scene same time "tapped" for the Y. W. C. provement.. *I
two years. This I. the minimum in arts and science college; wilt deliver .the addresses which go is laid in a school room and the various A. Commission, an organization of .'
amount that the school officials had member of Alpha Tau Omega frater with those honors. Winifred Den- "pupils are interpreted by Joe twelve girls holding much the same REV. WARD WILL CELEBRATE j
to havo to maintain the present high nity. Gamma Lambda musical; Masqueraders ning will give the class history, John' Tucker,.McClure Lupfer George Lee position as do the members of the COMMUNION AT ,BAINT'JOHN'SRev : |j

standard of the Kissimmee schools.i ; university band of whichhe nie Bronson dispenses gifts, Lewis".Sing ltary. Lawrence McDonald Freshman Commission,. except that .. Samuel Ward of'flames City J\\
: and Arthur Frances Bailey Dorothy Bullock they 'are under the direction of theY '
for text reads the lasswiU -: ,
election is is assistant manager : O'Bryan I
i that this ov of
celebrant Holy Euchar.p
\ tendon bond iTuture of,1 Helen I and Margaret Dann. W. C. Awhile the Freshman will bethe
feretellc..tbe Chapman
is being turned to the on the staff of the .Alligator, .Slm .on, .. 1. lit at Saint-John's Episcopal church J I
having wilt will be Commission a student government
tlasr The commencement sermon
18. The been assistant alumni editor the Class: The ftenior song I I'
for June will
election scheduled and
preach
morning *|
i '.trustees expect to announce definite promoted this year to ..pol'tinaedtor.\ be sung. duringthe evening, the ;Jttelirered.'by Dr. W. Hj Dresch. at the council ;activity. Miss Parker Helen a Sunday. n 1 1 i ii ii ff( I
editor for next wol'd.f 'composed, by., high school auditorium on Sundaymorning member of Phi Epsilon. Miss
for the construction.of.new. and elected alumni Mattle Stanford/ Ihthn K ]
plans Leonat'd' fleedeklr0n4 S eleven. Thechurches Ames Is reporter for the:K. K. Lasley .
at
and'viee- of the'inter'estiag June press
heekI'.JJii; year/Far Literary Society; j 'Itet _",r acl
school houses ne ) will all been Invited to Miss Lots Overstreet and Miss Carolyn Sutton complete the : a *
i .the talk heard on hand there president. of the Osceola CountC111 features of thusprogram j I haven at.th* state tastitutto-i. of higherfMrtia if I
every Walker .members-of the Pi girls ;;
I of Old Fashioned Songs"by tIQ.thia-servictVand. publicI are '
I seems to be no doubt :ttat the bond raylsTtbe, son of Mr. and,Mrs.Continued .-?, be "A Group t j ualtej.or: ( 'from.Kisaimmes., ;: ; j4|
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. < the high school chorus, which dar.: 4j (Oe titaM ee' osuPareVTwo) j Beta Phi, sorority, .Misses Margarety .. 'V
i eleetionwul carry handsomely.Ul. ( on Page) Vive) | : II .jU WS:VT'' (-'* If'.ifii* rjMI
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I TWO KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 25. 1923

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COMMENCEMENT WEEK Superintendent C. E. Yowell. The chapters that detail this history of TWO' NEW PACKING HOUSES

KISSIMlIIEE'SCHOOLS members of the graduating class are I he past and adequate descriptive rec volume
record
FOR Johnnie Roberta Bron ord of individual counties cities and In anticipation of a
'. Louise Barber, ; .
be handled next
ol citrus fruit to season
Florida
Gordon Stanley communities. Since is a state
eon, Margaret Brunson
: (Continued from; 1) preparations for the increasing
page Bullock, Henry Lewis Campbell, whose resources have only been touched
m is invited to attend. Uly' S. Chapman Winifred Penning, it is most important that a history and' improvement' of packing house
evidence
A The senor daIS graduating exercises Leonard Tucker Herrick F. S. Led- should tell what has been done in the facilities are already in
belt of the
the citrus
I will occur'' on Monday nights better Lizzie Mae Motherly, Kathryn different sections:'' This publication is throughout.
t June 4, when the address of the occasion Elizabeth McKay..Lewis! O'Bryan, Jr., probably the first to attempt an account st te. '
will be given by'Judge C. H. Arthur Allen]) Simpson, Lauretta Snod- of this development: ..coveringall At )least two hew; 'Itrus'parking:
Farkhill, of Tampa, and'the diplomas] grass, Ettamay Suhl), Ida Katherine. the divisions of the state and yet houses have been contracted for by
affiliated with
will be presented to the seniors byoli' /Tiller! and Leah Wilcox. hot running into many volumns. In organizations the FJor-,
ida Citrus ExchAnge. The Crooked
about( forty. chapters devoted to' this .
Association is
Growers'
'. feature, there is presented a surprising Lake Citrus
-- -'- OoOOoH. wealth of information about all to build a six car per day house at "
o.H-O< >Jtc }CS -
Crooked Lake this summer. At Lake YOLKS +WHITES =
..... the larger cities and towns, including EGGSFor
land'the Lakeland Citrus Growers'Association
-oli' Jacksonville Tallahassee, Pcnsacola
I ,
I RECITALBY has under construction a
Tampa. Miami Key West, St. Augustine -
,1
I PUPILS FROM THE Orlando St. Petersburg all the ten car per day house, which will boone
counties and such special districts as of the finest in the state for its every egg yolk In a hen's body
:. Expression and Music\ Departments of the Everglades. These are subjects size.
that come closest to the life and interest Among these organizaticns which she must have enough white to com-
,I OSCEOLA HIGH SC1i00LFRIDAY of-the modern Floridian and it have made arrangements to add to and
their packing house equipment are plete lay an egg. If her feed J lacks material
is a wholesome 'surprise to find how
NIGHT, MAY 25
much space the author has been able the Winter Haven Citrus Growers' for whites she absorbs the excess yolks and
I to devote to subjects that ordinarilyare Association at Winter Haven and the too fat
to "Boarders"
gets lay don't
even
Silver Citrus Growers' Associa- pay
I Ilf reserved for purely 'local histor palm
MISS MYRTILLA F. DEALS MISS MARGARET STANFORD tion for the feed
ies." at Naranja. they eat.
.. Teacher of Music\ Teacher of )
Expression
.. .
In looking over the table of contents ,
-- and index and sketching
: O. OO' OOO.O OOO.t .
t Piano Duo-Serenade ____h'__ _____ _________hn__.M.. Moszkowski through the pages, one wonders r Purina Makes Hens Pay
Piano I, Eunice Rivers; Piano II, Eth'cl Owen whether anything of real importance BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SHOP* pUAIHAt

I ,II, Reading .Graduation Time__;;____..__.______...Pauline M. Wetzel ted.in the It story is a of storehouse Florida has of been informa-omit :* Mrs. W S. Graham *=: Y Purina Hen Chow and Chicken
ll) Florence] Perfect Satisfaction: fJuaraiitTdIIAIH .
Savage tion, and at the same time a readable ,
I Chowder fed make
Piano-rLearning To Play________..huh________Norwood Dale l account, so' that the reviewer is tempt,. .0 t \VOKJC A SPECIALTY :i: together,
Jaconetta Aultman *d to read consecutively.As \ i Phone 235 105 Park Ave. more eggs because they contain

Piano-Sone of The Brook_ _______....___________Octavia Hudson a reference work, its value is 100000 44000.000000 : plenty of both white
OO
increased OOO
by a comprehensive index!
; Florence _
M.
McCorquodale and yolk elements.
covering twenty-five closely printed -
Reading-Rover In Church________f___::....__.___James Buckhum pages. The biographical volumes t. r. KRIBB8 W. J. TEED They will get more eggs

., Margaret Dann contain a large number of contemporary KRIBBS &: STEED for you or
your
-' Piano-The Garden Fairy-_____________.._____ __....Leo Oehlmer Floridians number and family historical circles, iDc1udinA' alt.r.er ..* **....*!.... .( Law paid, for the Chows will money be PURINA
of sketches I
.,..
Katherine G. Smith Klulr.ee, l,.
of in the refunded. Start feeding tiCHICKEN
;t Reading-The Good Mooly Cow-----___________ .Eliza Lee Follen destiny men of the prominent stttte. shaping I O.....l ......... !. all Rial ad now
I t:...... Btalra ('..rt..
: Mary Elizabeth Stephens The books present n neat appear- CHOWDER

'. I Piano-Merry Sprites h___________ ______ -- -______Octnvia Hudson ance. The printing is well done. The .
r. Louise' McLean historical Rectum is illustrated with PAT JOHNSTON G p. GAI1HKTT III\IIIUIIhIIIIIfliIIUIIIGIIIUII\ / / uf1I11ll\ IJIII( II\}!\ '... $ .
.
views and of
I o" .- II Reading-The Court of Boyville____ __ __ __ _William' Allen White and the scenes a general section character JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW \ l J I
biographical contains -
: t"
I ..
:
Jewell Cole
cuts of well known citizens of

; 'I Piano-A Cycle Ride--,.. -- .:-------------A. Colburn together, the volumes as examples of Offices: 10, ]11 and 12, Osceoln Bank '.'. .
f Ii Raymond; Dayson books making or considered with icfirenie Building. '

[. t 'I I Reading-The Old Maid's Prayer----_______ ___ _________ _Unknown to ,their will purpose 1 be credit as history. orbiography I 1I Rnul", I"LnnIDA
III a to any
W',
Rtbekah Miller library. FLORIDA FEED STORES

\ I'') Piano-A, Campfire! Story___ ______ __ _____ __ ___Frances Terry I ___ ._ _
I "'.' I Alma J. Shuman I I.IORIDAThis Mill..I( ", I'Iadr.r. Kill: I' 1 n"'I"

h, 1 I } Rt'ading-The Secret_ __ __ __ __ ______ ________ __ __ __ __ ___ Unknown PLEDGER & DAVIS :1
; ( is the land that God haM built,
l Evelyn Piano Out of the coral and l shell, j .ATTonxm: : \T I.AIC 306 Broadway
4 I" i. ..I' Jlllllo-Lllhe White's ]Party_ __ __ _______ _ __ ___ :Mathilde Bilbro I Out of the golden sand and .silt : I I
,,' If II' Edna I :SiotiIl.inK Iluilt1liinKISSI.MMICIC. I
I I Floyd And the rock and muck as well. I

r' 8ding-Thc Circus Nun _ ___ __ __ _ ______ ___ Unknown i Awl) under its vestured bosom wile, : I"I.HII'I TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
: 1:,. Carroll Makin on Heoinfi I the phosphate rare I I Ii ..
And Iridi'd the winds of the shoieward
;h II Piano--In The Summer House- -- ----- -_ _ __ __ __ __ _:Mathilde B.1I'1'0! I tideWith 1 -----

f' dr' 1 Patsy' Johnston the tang I of the ocean air. I ; -- I II Call Up No. 218 '

;ai Reading-Teddy's Lament .. ----- . _Margaret BrorJf I' ITIll.lC: :ATINi'lt\I'llla' ; : :
t II) Rosalie Hilton Tor Cod(; ) 1 Ii ,1.,1 l down on the chic i of II I I II -
I i, I JESSIE I). KLEINMAN I II IJUSTICE ( T WQ- ONE El G H T)

t 1"", Piano-Think of Me-------- _ __n__'_______________ ___ K.: Roh.lCaiolyn I With mm.I their eeuseless lamor and dm, e ,
I I 01PEACE I III
f.4', .i (flriflin 1 /Ho SH\V, in the lordly p.ilncc. aid dun

[ Reading-A Slight :Mistake - __ __ __________ ____ ... Unknown The wanton p'.e'sure'!( : and l .sin. I \NI::">'l.iS ALL' i-f..\I.HI :!
.( Theta I pay 'and He thought, "I 1 will build' an K.I. I L I

t: ;' Piano-Jlammo'k Lullaby ___ _ _____ ________ _ __ __ .C. I Kiogniann | en fair
r 1 With halls of the stately pine, DR. R.
J. DENNING
Richard Rogero t Where harps aeolmn thrill the air, Gazette "Want Ads" Do theWorkFordsor.

.t.' Reading-Tipperary in The Spiing_______ _____Denis A. McCaithy I i I And sunbeams warm like wino. DENTIST
w' Rene Spence Over the Postof ce.

Piano-The Robin's Secret -_ __ ______ ___ __ _Anna :M. Brown "The threnody of the n-ocking bird. OFFICE HOURS: t to 11.10.. 1.10: to I
The gladsome call (f the quail Residence Phone 174- -
Joy Makinson Shall]) ever in this land l he heard.
Reading-"Old] Billy"----. _. ____.___ ____n_Louise Clark PrynelUKatherine 1 In grove andy:\Qdl nd trail. Office Phone 158
Miller And lovely lakes shall mirror skies, r

ill Piano Valse'Jessiea ___ ____ ___ ____U_h_ h___. ___ __Walter Rolfc I I Where rainbow tints shall dwell,
l Mary Frances Smith I I And night with her tranquill!, starry P. A. VANS AGNEW 1
1
I
Reading-An Old Story________________________________ Unknown Shall eyes of My glory tell" ATTOR AT-L.AW ,
Ellanor Overstreet ., I OFFICES II Il i

PianO-a., Grandfalhei'g Clock--...,...,...,...-_..-Florence.,MatimI : Then His word. went forth, and the Winter Park Florida j I .

I ,. b. ,'The Shepherd's Song.....;,.*.. !. :.:."' : ocean rolled I S TRACTOR .
I I: >\; :?: ;;: -$;;?,;::Walter'Ho1f! (' And toiled through old, THE UN .

I.. I.'; I .o( "IJ ., i ,,); \\i; J'.Il\\ .;.Helen< .. 1...\J nsellfiti \\L& BP ''I1 :ifs And tossed from its vasty ages caverns old.> +-;- >O+ +.
1' Piano-I1untingfSong"'tv"tom: ;; ;: :.>9'i._'.w.'::.OTam. !.Piw. WIiSTO 7vP Cuilittatl f .
:! . ,..v...ww.fav...vV. The treasures it long!! had held. N 0' .r.,
." I Richard C. Hilton .The winds and the tides with eager TURNER MARBLE\ GRANITE OP ... ...

1 Reading-Little Bo Peep and Little Boy Blue___n_Samuel M,, Peck! hands COMPANY, TAMPA 4a
I La Rue Cole Brought gifts!' from the i isles afar oa
And placed them on the I rising sands, MONUMENTS! 'IP
l t.. Piano-Hanging.The May Basket _._______ __ ___B. B. Anthony And built up many a bar. 0
.1.
t. i Mary M. Hankins M. J. Crowder, Agent Kissimmee!' Oa

t '. Piano-Capiice-As You Please___ ____ ,.. ___ __A. Surtoiio This is the Eden that God has built a40cr
--
i Out on the coral and sand; 9 } ??4aS4C?.xN:r
Alice Bass Out of the myriad shells]) and silt, f'iIft4'
,
; { Reading-The Death Disc __ ____________ _
fr ___ ___Maik Twain And l edged i it with silvery strand. -: .-<- Xt In
I Eleanor Rosen And here where the gulf winds chant ; t4 ,
.
; .w; ,, Piano-Barcarolle ___________ _uu _________ _ __ Grant-SchaffVr and roar 1'. M. TILLER b
A-d lilies their fragrance shed, II /
Robert Maori t Real Estate Agency j .
beckon 1
And the tall palms
me evermore .
1.' \ Piano-How Does The Little Busy Bee -- - _____M. PaIO\et .;, i DeRhcta Alderman I'll dwell 'till my years have !sped.Georpe !. :*fi' FIRE, LIFE. AND ACCIDENT : v ..a y i y V J '
t INSURANCE I
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f', \ ". A REVIEW OF "THE of which Mr. Crawford was a mem READ TIlE VALLEY GAZETTE; ==-- - -__ -.=:- =-_-= I'

HISTORY OF FLORIDA 'ber.. Judge Benjamin Harrison of .
-
\: 0 (Orlando;;- Sentinel) I Jacksonville, was an invaluable aidas S. Bl: AULTMAN
t the work r
> progressed, and his actual -
"History of Florida Past and Pres contributions in manuscripts and I
f\t e. ont," is a book just received from the I illustrations are not only warmly acknowledged i I .
publishers. There have been other ; in this preface, but in
History of Florida publications so I iccveral sections of the work itself. 11 I Ii I Iit
\ this title by Itself] is not an index of I Hon. R. F. Taylor the veteran justiceof I I REAL ESTATEand
: contents. The first impressive rec- the state i it I
:. supreme court, revised
ommendation on this source i is. the the chapter of the 'Bench and Bar',"
: ,
I Editorial Board. The men who.ienames I While someone might have written

I are associated in this rapac'ty I ia better history of Florida, the fa'ti FIRE INSURANCE
lire of themselves a guarantee of remains.
. i that no one ever has, and future : '
come qualities of serious purpose and historians of the 14
I state can hard-, $
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i fl, wwrth-whileriess. Iv escape the duty of acknowledging.
Judge R. F. Taylor of Tallahassee"' their debt to this
work
*'' is the first member of thin board and Tlieie if an unfortunate prejudice 11 Darlington Avenue JW4.95 giL

: ( the names that follow are: Hon, H. I that historic are books about far-off 'ri r IE bet econoniy I

Clay Crawford Tallahassee: Judge I people and l things: that have no immediate combination
j Benjamin Harrison Jacksonville'
I' ; I interest to the
busy man or in tires that
we
: Hon. Charles B. Parkhill, Tampa; J. i; woman of today. The past is vainable I, CITYMEATJARKET
p I E. Ingraham St Augustine; lion.. ag it shows up and explains the i 1:110Wof In) quality
>S o "'. Herbert J. Drane Lakeland; W. L. I present and that seems to ]have been product backed up F.O.9. DETOIT:
I. Traub St. Petersburg; D. B. McKay tho principle underlying this work. conscientious
by
I I 1
i Tampa John G.
\ ; Rugc, Apalachicola; It is a judicious mixture of formal
v.; ; Hon. Whiter Kehoe Pensacola; Fred ,I[ history with lively and timely interpretation : service. So we sell

': Cubberly, Gainesville; T Frederick I and description of the pres t Goodyear Tires, ellI This Astounding Low Price

. 'r b, : I 1 Davis Cord Tallahassee Jacksonville; ; J.Guyte B. Morrow P. Mc-, Isent The early chapters tell how Floridawas representing the I Fresh Msxt an i i-i the final answer to tc! Ji i i'h=: (.-...t 0: fanning;
Pensacola W. M. utmost in quality,
. y r ; Glenn Orlando; I formed by Nature's I
processes problems.
e ; Guy W. Livingston, Miami; Frank and how the peninsula figured in the and deliver the VegetablesPhone
I ,
1"yI) t\ i Harris Ocala and J. H. Cook, Apala- early age of With Fonteon,
chicola. 0 0I i discovery, exploration buyer a service that a one mnn err. do rrrrcvcl\ i

Jr I I I". i\< '" The research historian Harry Gardner :I!,I and of the settlement Spanish, under and English the vicissitudes regimes f help I him get from 44 easier, find ut loss::; (.::pt"r.-'.e tILl! ) t\,\'l> rrxn can t C

!, Cutler, says in the preface: "Too | the American occupation and Indian those tires all the with horses.
high commendation cannot be given I!I There
ware is
an treat. built into
adequate mileage
,, t ((4ri to the assistance of state officials '1 rnent' of the territorial and early With a ForJson you can ncluhVo, : : r"i".e1':10: ;"(( I,
. both In the gathering of material and I II 'statehood them at the factory.A. .
I in its verification of those periods, and a consecutive KISSIMMEE PLUMBING crops' v/hh lerxvork, loxvtr COM '. t.:-d {.1W! r I
who were outline of Florida's development ii 74y.. Sfrrlff Slmtibi .
Y $, in a position to know the facts. In 'I'''''presented in chapter "Under the I fMlor.w aril .M f mmmtttm hours or';; r:1)): k. ;
.
-II Cmfitytmr SHOP
this ('! n.w
'' be made connection of lion.epcciat II. Clay mention Crawford may, I Confederacy 1S85." and "Under" "Florida the from Constitution 1865 to C.N'.Ia.r... rlth'tr..J f A* wWW...J Mrs AllLUPFBR With.a Fordson you can :snvo? manes: timodrudgery'on tIr(' ?

.eomBilulojier secretary of state, and W. A. McRae, 'of 1885" taking up important subjects IA.n.l4-.4eNI. Nothing Too eveiy po\vcr job on the} .fAnT": -.- il-i') i"
of Big
agriculture. The i i o under the successive adminis whole arouu .
-chamber. of commerce and boards of trations. Besides the history of the .. year
u x '"; tradewjthout .exception have been ( Indian and Civil war, the book tells PRATHEli Nothing. Too,Small Let, us give you the proofs cf.the tf "tJiotvinr", ..,mti d'1' .) .' ,3
: courteous and helpful in furnishing Florida's part in the Spanish-Amer, & I I" the For "': '
.
thetaalient! fact a. .to present eondlt .. I ican war, and there is list of
I a All Work.
;t bona and modem development cial interest espe Guaranteed; '
giving the names of C. AUTREY ,DEALER .
.
.
iTbe history.could never hay been those who represented the state in : To ,,.., ,4Eat .
+ ,completed.. M BOW)published: without the World war. I I ;;Satisfactory> .. : 'er

the advice, rerisoty service and general I The chief value of this work to ,. lilt' >>I' '. I 'KISSIM\IEE,. FLORIDA. v+ ":ri':1: t

& .v assistance of the editorial board) many will, be found in the numerous I 5 Broadway : Telephone 143 .,

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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MAY' 23: UU THBEB:

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STATEWIDE MOSQUITO no role to play (in'the conduct'of; mos
INCREASES ulto'control work. One of this species I
CONTROL can do almost as much harm as.
the worst species of mosquito. The .
Thirty-Six: Of The Larger Cities And individual who finds a mosquito In his EDITORIAL .J
Towns In Florida Have Made room would do far more good, for all 1llFTAqmcANtosA0
? Headway Ag1ntThe Pests concerned if he would endeavor to : -
locate the breeding place'of the mosquito I L i
The Bureau' of Engineering of the than' condemn and cuss out the' : y
State board of Health reports that efforts of the few who are trying to ,. J tJ
make the place \J ,. .
intensive mosquito control programs community a more fit I: '
are now being effectively carried on rw. in which to dwell. Mosquito --control ;r, '.. '. ., . Employment-.."U<1, ,.? ,.;, <'I+. -
by many Florida communities from '- toRe-tire? needs boosters, not knockers . :' ':::' :"':'_ ."'" .,,:,_',,__::-;': :; ':';'_;::: ;::'_..::':!'*- '-<:, -::?',' : -- '-
Key Weit to Pensacola. In discussing ,'. -, :.'T'
(5.,?hI)
the\ mosquito. control program Mr. V.,.. SSSaS FLORIDA, FAIR FLORIDA
.
,Simons,' chief unitary engineer of ** .
the board stated the citizenry of Florida, fair Florida,
Of sunshine and of flowers,
Florida has wonderfullywell
responded
Don't you know. that, after all -it is the little
to the appeal sent forth during Of lakes and ocean beach, things that put
the earlier months of the year, and The land of happy hours, tho Smile in Life and soothes over and erases the rough spots
: Where .skies have endless
that today there are excellent com reach
munity programs being carried on in ,And stars are wondrous bright that, trip us up? Every day brings forth an opportunity to scatter

thirty-six of the larger cities and The sun gives life by day some of these Smiles along the Highway --of Life. To add
that would most And winds blow cool at night
towns -
certainly programs be productive of good relult. The land of work and play-' .... Joy and Happiness to somebody's home and somebody's existence. .
.
.. My Florida. aa --- -

.T Jacksonville\ Tampa. Key West! The homes of this city are homes of comfort. The exception
Pensacola, Miami, Bartow, West Florida, fair Florida
Palm Beach, St. Petersburg! St. Augustine Where nature is her own WEEKLY CITRUS RUVIKW: are solely the result of lacking the proper financial income nee-
Fernandina, Live Oak, Quin- And every day of years. salary for the needs! of living. .'
cy Apalachlcola, Marianna.! Tallahassee Her harvests! rich are grown; I Florida Citrus Exchange
Chipley, Gainesville, Ocala, Eus- Where sunshine! never sears Tampa; May 21.-HeAvy receipts
tie, Daytona DeLand. Clearwater And rains! do not destroy! !in practlcallv all markets, coupUd) It is up to all of us to bring about commercial and industrial
Bradentown, Panama The trees. are ever green \with the indifference .
Plant City, of buyers towards conditions that will make more and better \\0.
City Crescent City, Madiscn, Fort The spring without alloy. ordinary grades, tended to low employment possiblefor
Pierce, KUsimmee Stuart, are num. IIIPPS'' BROTHERS GARAGE And wondrous palms are seen- er still further the price" for citrus those who need it. And this can be done by keeping our
bered among those cities which have My Florida. fruits this week, saya George A, community finances within ourselves-FOR OURSELVES.
---- --
already undertaken systematic mosquito Scott, general sales manager of the
control work. During 1022 community control measures I Florida, fair Florida, Florida Citrus Exchange hm weekly -
Mr. Simons states, however, that in Miami cost less than five Vl7o fragrance fills the air, market review. Patronize Home Industry, Home Merchants and Home ,Products. .
' the most intensive and comprehensive cents per capita per month: the city I ._, 'on orange trees that bloom "Eastern markets have been loweron From
warfare are being conducted at Jack-. escaped the dengue epidemic of last And roses! everywhere, all oranges, except tha very best, buying an automobile to purchasing a pair of shoes-let "'
sonvilla, Tampa. St. Petersburg, MI- summer_and thereby fully $500,000 in' Whose beauty fills each room; grade," says Mr. Scott. alifoinin your commercial actions be limited by the boundaries of Klssim-
ami, Ocala and Gainesville. medicines, suffering! loss of labor and i Where live-oaks give the shade., oranges are being sold! at .\ reasonably mee. Hire
The plan of community program other incidental causes. The Jacksonville And pinc-trce tower high. low price, which has affecietl/ ail Klssimmee Labor, purchase Kills! nmee Materials and
advocated and encouraged by the campaign promises to produce I Of streams where wild-fowls wade hut the very best Florida ')ra .ces. In let your finished improvement represent a 100 PERCENT PER "
State Board of Health Is that directed excellent results this ,ummerl'' The land of gorgeous sky- New York part of the loss was te FECT KISSIMMEE LOYALTY. 1
primarily to the house! to house e.n- I but it will not unless every My Fkrida gained at FI'iday'slAll', but the average -
trol the control of artificial con- Jacksonville becomes seriously Inter. for the week has been lower.
tainers. Col. R. C. Turck state health tried In the undertaking and ..Ioeasom.thlng Florida, fair Florida There is little prospect for improvement Every one of these actions friends, means
officer, recommends that each community to assist! the few workers Where Bu..iness would invert in prices! for average grades un employment, vocation -
defIne a zone' of one mile In' of the health department." And Church and School and Home til- Tl'ce'pts are lighter prosperity, joy and happiness-and we might add: Profit.
,ladiun around it nnd within this zone The women of Florida hove been As in our empire West, "Grapefruit is showing a slightly! I Profit for everyone concerned. YES, EVEN PROFIT FOR YOUR-
oncentiate I particularly on all most airgrcssive in the initiating and Would into e-ch place come improved strength in the west and SE'LF.
mulations ot fresh water. The aecu-I supporting community mosquito con- And lay foundations! deep there is a better outside inquiry In Profit in the fact that you have benefited yourself by

gue and malaria species of trol toes are fraoh water breeders and th3 the state has done something in That fight the wrong and keep prices have declined with oranges.
former has a pronounced and strong their respective communit: At The ancient vntues !lcn j- "California has about BOO car' of conditions of prosperity permitting an increased property valueto

preference: for artificial containeis.! I' Quin()'. Gainesville) St. Petcrnburgnnd My Florida navels to go forward, and expects to prevail and greater income from your investment. Profit in
Tho health department also advises Jacksonville the women'are lending complete these shipments in the next the
a protection of all surface feeding valuable support to the work in Florida, fair Florida week. Shipments of Calif cinia vulencian personal satisfaction and feeling that you have done your civic
minnors the (;JamhuH'n;' Affin: ; this': progress In Jndsden lounty the ,,I Where God would truly make C'ontinue"C'ry heavy. The to- (duty towards! your city and earned. the title of a LOYAL J ISSIAIMEE .
small minnow measuring not over two principal work is being done ly wom A fx>mmon wealth of love tal Califnrnia orange movement in : CITIZEN.
,inches in length nnd found t> live '' When men 1tve' for the sake the iH'.t two weeks was 4,300: cars.
abundantly in shallow strearts! and ,I I en.The summer 8ea'on with is' ra'ns I Of Others as Above; "While shipments of riorida
ponds is a natural enemy to the mosquito -:'; is about here and the Suiti B..urJ of Where Brotherhood shall bind fruit showed a slight increase during gape Every one of the Business Firms listed this \-
wigflor: For this reason all' Health avs .that all should. do their And ill Chirst's reign shall find the week, there was n marked dcicnse -. on page give em
highway ditcher and other nnt'iral accumulations I|.i bit to help) in thaI Jlr<' i* i:"if.v, ,do i 1 I Fiom greed and hate release in the orange movement ployment to Kissimmee people. And they are only a part of the
of water should have I'''. mo- (]uito fight As tie ihn'f t nj>;n- My Florida. Grapefruit shipments for the seven business nnd industrial district of Kissimmee .
of Business
i lean cut margins!!, free from vegetation ,leer of the board snva, ."Successful Clarence C _A__Vincent days totalled fi79 cars, compare-! with composed
to enable the litle minnow to' mosquito control will require years j 507( arK the preceding week Orange Men who SUPPLY VOCATION FOR HUNDREDS OF
p-ain accens to every cross ,section of of conceited untiring co- pen'tive The visible supply of cotton on Mav shipments totalled :H16 cars compared KISSIMMEE HOMES. Their desire is to not this
only maintain
I the water. These minnows can also effort Spasmodic outbursts of enthusiasm 1 was 1,711,180 bales, compared with with 397 cars the preceding week
be caught and transplanted to rainwater and a little work for a day '3.2Hl2!)! bales at same date in 1922.It Tptal Florida shipments for the last condition but to increase the opportunity for labor in this com
cisterns and barrels-a control or so means nothing. As expressed! | is feared that there will be a shortage seven days were "895' cars." munity. The possibilities and amount of improvement will I
measure! which was used extensivelyin in the motto of the Florida Anti-Mos- before the new crop comes in. onlybe
Mexico and Central America. quito Association, "Keep Everlasting11 |When cotton was plenty the women's American Fruit Grower limited by your Loyalty, your Co-operation and your Patronage.
"Mosquito Control" says Mr. Simons at it." We must remember that skirts! were short; now that the 'cot- Otlando, May 21.-The weekly citrus Therefore let these be liberally and freely given.: ,
"is net an expensive undertaking New Jersey fought for eleven yearsbefore ton supply is short, the dressmakershave review by F. L. Skelly as! issued
especially when one stops ito fig- results were achieved. The decreed long skirts. The world I from the office of American Fruit
ure the returns on the investment. community pessimist or knocker has obeys the fashion dictators. I Growers, says:
Heavy shipments of strawberries. -
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-- amounting to an excess over 350 car
loads per day on some heavy days recently -I BANK OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA
and the beginning of the early COUNTY ,
HARDWARE
peach movement are factors which i CO.-
arc exerting influence on the markets '
at this time. Liberal sup'plies coming I I Deposits InsuredL. Hardware & Furniture '
into competition with citrus offerings!
{ ) have resulted in keeping average j H. Gedge, .Cashier Kissimmee '
STUDEBAKEK price levels down.

CAR -I;; Oranges'to"'M taken: Florida well at offerings prevailing continue prices. ..' j

sPEClAIIiTo Well packed, desirable stock ,
1 continues' strong; but where auction FRED'S. QILBERTHaberdashery The LAKETE"biN :
: markets recently have been given an
overplus or oranges of ordinary and Rooms and Apartments
W1 = r)ill hEaL 4 inferior quality there is weakness Shoes f
1 -.hown. California valencias and navel -' Mrs. M. A. Evans
shipments continue to arrive 1st "
large volume, and are obtaining only Broadway : Kissimmee KissimmeeLYLES f'
- fair prices.. There are no apparent
Indications of any marked change in :
ii4' market conditions in the immediate
future. .1 "
Giapefruit. The f, o. b. demand has WENNER SAWYER V. STORY CO.
continued good, and the markets generally !
COMPANY \;
are steady. The auction markets -
however, have reacted against a_ Dry. GoodsJ5hoes, ,
volume of "tramped" shipments which Books, Stationery, Clothing
have! reached them recently Betweenthe I GiftsBroadway ''I
prices paid for such and thcse Broadway Kissimmee
paid for good quality, fresh packed : Kissimmee. : -
grapefruit there ill a wide margin of .
F difference. Indications are for Continued ,
.steadiness at present levels .
during the week MACH BROTHERS For all kinds of

In feeding chickens an extra source GARAGE PRINTINGcome
of lime other than the feed should always "
i One and One-half Billion Miles be. given. Producing eggs is Nash Cars, Hood Tires to theKISSIMMEE '.
such! a heavy draft upon the hen for f
lime that successful! poultry raising KissimmeeS. ,
Broadway :
I1 of Satisfaction demands the use of extra lime. Ex- VALLEY GAZETTE
.. eriments! conducted at the Wisconsin ,
Studebaker Special-Six owners have driven their cars a total of more IVII experiment station! proved that the
- than one and one-half billion miles I best form of lime to feed chickens is ,

This enormous mileage has been piled up in everyday service over every lime oyster should shells.be Why superior one to source another of L. HAGERMAN PHIPPS ,BROTHERS

conceivable kind of road and under every condition of weather throughout ('oystershells over ground limestone) ,. GARAGE ,
the world. III not known but it has been shown The Peoples' Market ,

And no Special-Six has ever worn out. So far as we know there i n't a that source oyster of lime shells for laying are ben a ,superior. FlorIda First Class WorkGuaranteed :

_ ingle dissatisfied owner. These one and one-half billion miles of satisfactory has plenty of oystersli,lla.qP. Kissimmee
Broadway
service: prove positively the outstanding merit of the Special-Six. : : ,I
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It is the strongest recommendation possible for dependable performance, _
economicalmaintenanceandlonglife.: : It is striking. evidence of the high quality
that U responsible for Studebaker Special-Six leadership in fine car sales. --
GRAYSTONE HOTEL M. KATZ'S SONS
To call a car pedal"doesn't make It pedal unless there is special merit _ AfterEvery
'to back up (he name. The Studebaker Special-Six is special not only in Commercial and Dry Goods and Ready-

name but in performance. One and one-half billion miles to its credit are _ Tourist To-Wear

proof positive that it live up to its name.
Mrs. Ben Baird.
The name Studebaker is assurance of satisfaction. Broadway : Kissimmee
1 Meal Broadway : Kissimmee ,
OM-piec..raia-ptoofwladsb&etd.automatic windshield clcanrr and glare-proof t
.--.. Quick.lICtloacowl ventilator. Ker-vicw mirror. Combination itop-and- ,
taD i 1I&ht.toaDeeu lamp with Long eaten oii cord. Running board step pt04a
and| alujin_ kick plata. Blcht-day dock. Thtef-proof tranMnwrion lock; .'
STANLEY'S
Come To The
MODELS AND PRICES-/. o. be hotor/..

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: ". UR KISSJ1'tIJIEE'V\ lLLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MAY 25.. 1923 JI {

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I".n< $':ALI -Freiih Jersey cow, with 1 .
K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE\ that ever happened\ to Kissimmee, the BALL TEAM CHANGES helfcf ,calf. One trailer one lunch .
f citizens hould take the same attitudenow vnu'in. <>"," ten box; also flue pointer
bitch, well trained with three plIlj ,I"". '
J DUBL1SHKD BT'tHB that they did a year ago. Osce plen. e. weeks old. Parties going .

'- KISSIMMBK VALLEY GAZETTE ola county has started on a progressive ARE MADENECESSARY north."lnlllle". 123. W. Mitchell utreet, KIs-. X Precautions' ( .

EVEnT FRIDAY forward march, It is better, much .

KI8 IJlIMEE. W1UDA.w. .. better than it 'was a year" Let'llkeep FOR. 8AUR-Hnenpple plante. 110 ttl '.
ago.
\\\Vinter' Garden's Failure To l ii.' _... _.._ .. 'I.
IIAKK1S PraId.nt l it going. We are getting near Shaker Colony, St. Cloud Kla. 2 -4tx : "
K a. VANS AaNnwSecretary Or and'2Rainouts "
Show Up Explain .
ALLISON T. Jo'UENCHEdltor er, and nearer to the place we 'should FOR HALI3-Solid block or five lots InKoutli i,,
t.r.i; : be as a producing; section. Raise Cain Kliolmmee: 60 feet eacli l>v "
1It.'II11.UI..IOli! : HATKS
20foot.. IJargaln for ca.h. ApplvValley .
One '
I' Copy, One Year-$2 00 -XXX- daiett tfx "
;. One Copy, Ixfonth"_ 1.00 / AN OPI'ORTUXJ1'1'--GnAB IT' Everything going :out and nothing,
It.. One Copy Thieo, Month*_ (0 in makes mighty busi SECOND HAND OOODS. boilKht Hold ,
.. coming poor I
7 J I Entered at the postofflco *t Kl....ltninen Several, of the boys in the Hi g', ness. The jinx has been on the trail and repaired. Tho Casino 44.11. The wise man takes precautions against .

,*. I florlda. na ecoml-clasa. matter.) School have made application for the of the Cow Punchers this season. Theywa'ded FOR SA I.E. For Item "'.urlll..hl'd% dangers without. and weakness within.C ,
in rather heavily for record No Tn. ...
a Room and Cntiln H
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i. 11 All thorised communication correspondent. excopt must from be .l.Ignto. au- Citizens Military Training Camp toW breaking seasons signed up a good cents each at The Uaielte offlrc.49M. Guard yourself against' danger from loss a

*d by the writer. held during the month of August. team and sallied forth. Then came and from foolish
Rejected ,matter will lie returned If I temptation to investmentsby
Some are keenly disappointed because one" jinx after another. Winter Garden FOR SALE-Fine residence prop. rt>
cAlled
f", ).' I for.Dlorelirn they were net accepted; turned down failed to keep their engagement, Apply .it Klnalmmve the office of The VallnvOnietle. 3-tf depositing your money in a Savings

't : ;; Avrrt'.Ir.U.nre.nt.tIvr- ;;- i because they were not old enough. didn't let anyone know a thing about Account in this Bank.
I' [ "' PRCS- ASSOCIATION I their absence until it wan felt and the, FOR SALK-600 'ocr.." good pistuKland
.. -I
q - - - -- - The age limits are from 17 to 24. crowd was all there. The gate receipts near Bt Cloud. For quick sale

II These camps are about the best i had to be given back, and disappointment f5.00 per a'r.Vrlle S. I D, \Vllll.iuiMWauchuln ,
FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1923 Florida 8-tf
builders of health, brain power, and loomed up. The Winter ,..
Gardeners, by the way have not yet
moral stamina, with which we are ac FOR RENT
r About a year ago Osceola county written the explanatory letter their
II',. I quainted. The month's outing is a wire promised, according to the Kis- Full KENT, ; -Furnished houne a.'v< nrooma.
,: had an inspiration. I lecreation. The regular duties are 'simmee directors. But that was only . for three months No children. I
1.1, -- 2US rirn.n Mreet 24-llx)
: i I good discipline. The food is good, one loss, just the beginning. Then '
I'' It through a meeting of the
came and arranged with special! attention came two rain outs, with no insurance Roll RENT-N;<.w buiiRnlow. 14 :Mnlrnolfa Merchants and Farmers Bank
4!,. ,I Chamber of Commerce when the end much'expense. street Inquire 17 Mftffnolla, .,
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the needs of youth. The M-tfo
growing
f to
;
what
members decided" to agree on The directors got together and fig-
I I athletic side is amply cared for. ured things out. The result their Pt '
could best be done for the city. I of tit Hl f-6-room bungalow moil
." ...' I Eighty-five per cent of the boys and contemplation was a. -bitter pill to fin Very. choice location: clone In. OF KISSIMMEE"A

t'11. I It grew into a campaign. It was men who attended these camps last swallow but will probably work out 4'ooltat lake brevBv block.. Inquire In town at; One 12\(! *Mouth hftd<*: '

a campaign which brought .the most'i i year showed definite measurable un- in the long run when the' Cow Punchers I \ernon,, avenue. ZZ-Stx HOME INSTITUTION"THE
will be as strong as ever before.
t.{ concerted action which had been seen j jin provement in height, weight, chest The magnates had to let Lesley, Hal- WANTED. .

'I Kissimmee, and it was a campaign I J expansion, and general physical ap loway, and Adair go. They hated to I ,

not only for Kissimmee. I pearance. The improvement which do it, and the fans hated to pee them FAIUIVAcTETVanted r'um1,1'' of farm or Rooil to IRn,1 h.nr for

i. -- I' came in quicker and clearer thinking, go, but they got ten men togetherwho I M..... for fall delivery I-. Jonen Box
: : Saint 'Cloud took hold of it with forked up ten dollars a piece and I *75. oln.-y. 1I lnohl. 24-ltx
better judgment, more just attitudes, .
they them off cleaned - --
the slate -
". 'ft. at much fervor as did Kissimmee, paid --- -
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\\\T.U-P.unln/f. hudI" look-
cannot be HO easily measured. But < or
i" and the two sister cities forgot ancient and started over again. log nfliT( citrus )Crov..... I' II 1 5ils.
I.j j with the sounder physical body must Plans for the future don't look so KlRHtnim.e. Florida. 11-41 xII"I.
,: .. history, uprooted prejudices and >!come these other betterments. }od. Emil Pel z, the south paw 01'last .
..-- cast them to the winds. Together the I year's team is on his way to Kis ..:, ./' \\'.\NTED--District AKCMC> opn .
The government is not only offering I t" l n n .\-l Innurance |>roducir. 011Iv -
'. two largest cities of Osceola county simmee, and is expected to arrive Saturday I thi'N*' with bent of reference* anda
: co-operated. the boys of Osceola county the Bob Grant is back, BO i is "Fan- n\'n ability I I I will I I I be con uider.. 'dldren NEW FENOLEhas
: j chance to" enroll in this summer's ny" Rol>erson, and Murray Overstreetwill ', btntfiiK' a",. and expetlencesrxii '
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SKNT. x 1861. Orlando.
i The campaign grew into a reality. ''tamp. it is offering them an oppor drift in from Gainesville. shortly. Klorlilii 24-11
Several others are going to try out a pleasant Wintergreen odor and is one
;" i More than a hundred acres of strawberries tunity. Kissimmee and Osceola coun-
The Cow Punchers will play only Tim J It \TKIN8
COMPANY
:< ': TI! came into being :where there !!ty will be better because of the boys Thursday games hereafter, and' they | \ a lady or Kintleman agent willinilo In hundred points stronger than ever and kills in-
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'I had not been more than two or three. 'and young men who will attend. These couldn't afford to keep up the same Known KlNHlrnrme, 'e\"..rywher.and Watkln* Product our anlenpeople are- sects of all nationalities in wholesale quantities,

I I Hopes were high. The planting sea- 'Young men will be better fitted for [>ay roll, so with a strictly home town mulct lilK Income. ]'HtlKate regardless of size or color. It does not stain
learn, exceptfor the pitcher, they'll thin opmi| t uliltFull particularsnml
''', son grew into the blosoming period. business, or for school and college Illis \ ,
I I sail}' forth again. And the dope i ii. I xnliiiiltl* HitmpleH sent fre to fabric or furniture and is harmless
f to human
The blossoms became beautiful red l a real opportunity-grab it. hat hUM rn H ho mean. I,UMIC| >NIIVrlti. ,
they'll make as good a team a- 1 t".I li\' Th'.1 ',
1 II \\ ulilns c'omoutiy
I ;i berries. I I ti. HOW itELIRlON WORKS last year's winners in the amateor I f.I'l .'..pt "S. Meeh Is, l" "nn IHIX.1 and animal life. Used as a spray.
']lass I
-- -- ( weie I -- Fen le is
i.:' t: North of us an unusual situation i ( Mmmi Herald) Next Thursday the !team goes to IF FI""<,>U,la ilo ,nn\' Mini of fnrmlni; In I very valuable for cleaning and disinfecting -
I : \n KhonM leail Th- Farmernn
': r. prevailed. For the first time in fifteen Iheicis H constantly increasing' Winter haven to play and then two .l Slofkninn. u hit h '. fetlmjf thinking people thutiiligion home guns follow. The first will bea l UK inul l .. tiutlt. fuimiltif I lt\.<> Mt among
i the weather was of such : Slop Garbage Cans Etc.
;: years Spray and rub
1 is something which does not return, with Winter haven and the imliltly. and di I \IIK| 1 H< nil I fur frc.'ainl. ,
F f"a j nature that those commumtie- ini\| in' 2'i "" its for thre. with
: (all for \eiy much street corner I'K- week after, that conic the Orlando Independents "" ,>I"hH,1, IY nul.Bc-i Iptlon ft."I i cloth for quick results.
)}; ; which usually put berried on the play of itself It is a good deal like again.S.tETlIING I thne' > iniH. J.'iiO' I'uliliKlx I 'il l tnlcuii .+ A for
: ;; ; necessity homes and
institutions
of all
\,. market several months after the central yeast which is not worth anything ---- -- l month XcliliiHM I The I'liiimi, .ui, 'kn"0.; 10 :; '
I N.
; ,. I, Florida section, this year produc- us Ic.naK/ it stands in the show c-uscs ( : ; (,001) TO EAT : I' .IliekHotn. Plttrldit. nan Mrcrt 12-tf kinds.
The tic-comes, --
i I. I I. ed them at the same time. Production sinks yeast it ".)lf in the v.iluuhkwhen dough, and pro i it "N'ow you are talking That's what i i ijnt I I I, LOST '" 'I [[NOtE KILLS: Roaches, Mosquitoes, Bedbugs, Moths Ants

was 700 per cent higher than \\.1' What ---- ,
t iu< es tie effect that it i is supposed toliiinjr \\ is it ? UioOo<'oria. ----- - ---- -
l' 'last year. / about. 'Religion which is imply It is mentioned in the big dictionai iesa I."withfllow:<1'- :Mn., ill IOIIK h.iiieil" d..u. a hit. I Flies, fleas, Head Lice, Body Lice, and many other Insecst.

r: for display purposes is of in) *: 'A large (genus of mostly tiopi-. I t I.. \1. ..HjMilM.\rlliui,Hward 4',iMinr. if\\..rtuiiiiil '..t'"- ,
: Accustomed to regular markets tho great use to the world. When it finds cal plants of the "yam family, whose \l.ut.l.tt, l .' Mi. ...I 21-ltx Fenole for Fowls is very effective, against Jigger -

,. :' I 'strawberry producers were not pre- it'_ ; place in a peisonality, and trans- fleshy roots are used! for food. Down:, Fleas Lice and Mites.
A
pared to increase the distribution- forms that personality into righteousness at Avon Park, where it has been cultivat..cI MISCELLANEOUS mixture of Fenole

it has value. Religion however< for many years it is often . and lard, half and half applied to 'chicken's
lently to take of the immense ,
care :M'iSKV: ,
l.i
called "Otaheita ) \N- n"In ntliiK
noisily it may express itself, is not but that is the ,, a
over production for the season! N"v worth anything unless it works out fruit of a Polynesian tree about the IHIK* i"ut"i'i ItM> i ailou making flrittmortKiiK
markets could' have been obtained in business and all the relationship! size of an apple with a rind / tasting ** loans on a ten year baalant For Cows; Fenole sprayed liberally "about
profitable distribution could have'' been of life. of turpentine/ but a pulp of the tnellanl nttra* < tlx<- Intereit ratm. It con-
flavor sl.l.l l rniK anv extensive remodelliiK, ,: the cow shed and the
made had the for The Philadelphia Record 'calls attention of a pineapple. new htillilliiK. on cows will kill Buffalo
necessity so doing operation the
I or icllnaiiflMK -
to. the usefulness of religion I (list met I DioRcoria at Bartow in of your prraenl b'ualness. Flies Ticks Lice and Gnats
realized in by direct contact.
been time.
Increased
.' distribution which leads to boastfulness. The lic-i the home of the late Judge Preston. teiiulrliiK additional capital. 1 will
S actually was achieved in ord says: ." six or eight years ago. It looked and he Kind to'. confer with you confi For Moths : Spray clothing with Fenole before
dentially. ( fI.
HOUR. 7 j
\\'e.1
A Church
i minor degree. j 'The world is marathon- (pays a Baltimore clergyman, in de. some home with me and served a I away.

t ,Not enough new markets were developed" -'nouncing the dancers who have been mess for dinner. My son and his IK YOU do'any kind Of farming In House

;t to bring the individual retyrns I particularly in evidence of late in that clerk ate freely of them and thought and Florida Stockman you should which, read deal Th.with Farmer citrus Cleaning: Spray Carpets' Rugs, etc.,

to the/growers for which they' city!( 'and we will not begin to be sare they were. eating Irish potatoes! Iplanted and truck farming. I've' tock,: before sweeping to keep dust and lint down.
/ again until we get 'the healing touchof some in a light soil without; poultry and dairying. Send for free "
a bad hoped and labored: The situation icligion. What we want is men fertilizer and I got a good crop. In 'sample copy or 25 cents for three '
Maklnson
: : looked discouraging. Some few, very ''I and women who will be able to 'boas better soil the yield would have ben three months.yeaM.Yearly IS.00.nubscrlptlon l>Published $twice. : Hardware Co.

few, quit. Most of them hung on. that they spent! more hours in church greater. A truthful woman told me a month. Address The Farmer and
upon their knees than these lecordbicakmg that she had dug one that. weighed'ir Rtork-tnan. No. 10 Newnan Street
Occasional flurries of
higher FlorIda.
prices Jaeknonvlllc. 11-ffo
( twirlers have managed to > pounds and didn't get all of it
t ; came. No one made what is considered give continuously on the dance_floor' e.I t hei'.

r' big money. The majority of the But the leverend gentleman is wrcnyVhnt ; They have a vine, lom'arieti(.' of -

f..it I growers probably broke even. Some \ we want is not boasters of any which are quite ornamental, and they

; did not. And some said "Them days scrt Tho man or woman who would will climb( to the top of a telephone
p k 'IR krccl in church nieicly to be able t'. pole The vines bear numerous ap.
is forever.
c ; gone loat, about his or her fncluiance in : pies which are not edible but are used .
t- :' I' thdt direction would be even more to for seed as well as the tubers. The ,
But the majority of those who grew be condemned. tub-is coveted with small
S 'r { than the dancci' s. What me rootlets
strawberries last year sat down and wo want rnos* is true religious fi-e'mif: lot 1 they are easily brushed off. Their OSCEOLA

camly figured things out. They re.- that doesn't] boast or seek notoriety" kec'pinjf. qualities are an important t l, HIGH SCHOOL

; \ ognized that the same conditions wen,1fxtipuid The f'luinsec} upon the corner was .: .nsidN.ation. Only put them in a "hr.-..
i lIt ( '
) unlikely to ever occji! GraduationDay
over them! and will
Tile man who is pjUin{ they keep for
0 again. And they realized that gieat the ,hfiirit of fair-play and justice in- month They will sprout unanimously -

', good had been accomplished. They tj: his daily life, legurdless! of whut in April, but are not disposed to I 0

;. ,; .; had demonstrated that no finer berries may be his outward religious expressions glow before that time. Monday June

t ;. can be raised in Florida than can is today the really rcl;KIOLU I found l two little vines growing, in I ,
man. HIP wood died when we moved to
; : be raised in Osceola county. They --- ------- Ki,simmcp. I transplanted them and\ ," :\ 4, 1913ThePersonal

ii had demonstrated that even if the individual t The revival at Kissimmee c in< id-4 jot \mcR and applex Last year I grew ---... t V !

did not "make a: killing" the with a revhal of values in things :.r "pounds of the potatoes but they .
.1 whole had ', mul 'fial. HI< over /uys they ought t. \.< ere so bitter we didn't relish them.

.. ; community as prospered. tto together He ought to kno\v.-- I hose' grown at Avon Park were not 'fII

loiida Sun. \utter I recently Rent some! specinens .
,. t, Not only did they realize, that community .
to
luther Burbank and asked.
spirit had been strengthened, I President Harding has at last de- him t() experiment! with them. lie qifts

A that possibilities had been demonstrated tidtd on his trip to Alaska, /getting: may l b c ale to extract the bitter out

L I, that almost unheard of conditions all the more prepaied to receive that cf the tubers and make the apples edible .
icy blast in 1S 24.-Oilando Repol ter- also- Meanwhile 1 will
try to get
had to be combatted, but they Star.
f"mPood seed from Avon Park.
;
- realized that the changes were exceedingly 1 1I Yours 0
for all that's
1 good,
;t ? good that another yearwould The Baptists decline to declare DAVID LANDER. q.vat'
themselves .
, on evolutipn Mr. lir'an'icampaign _
't be individually profitable. They ,
against Darwin is
MAY
\ meeting CAN: GRAI'EFRUIT .
1 realized that difficulties which had with the usual
;
Bryan Tampa
"' success.- AT LAKE WALES _
- I .. stood in the way during the first Tribune. ..

f strawberry campaign could largely Lake Wale is being considered as
|I Florida could furnish a democratic a location for FOR THE GIRL GRADUATE
J a grapefruit canning a ring a
4 1 I be eliminated the second year. They .ticket itself ;
now CoX and to the Citrus
Bryan.
factory aerve Growers'Association bracelet
a realized that each grower could profit -I,How about it? Kisnimmee Gar; tte. of Lake Wales, Frost- ; a wrist watch ; a brooch ; a neck-

f by the mistakes of the first year. 'I Why do you want Florida to make proof, Lake hamilton Waverly, Al- lace ; a string of pearls ; a string of beads ; a

A They made up their minds to try it such a fool of herself?-Ocala Star. uras and Crooked Lake. ManagerC. school pin
a gold
gain..Henry. Nobody but Brother Benjamin would II. Walker ol the Polk County Citrus ; pin set ; a gold or silver

: 4. I have had nerve enough to make a Sub-Exchange is taking up the pencil ; a mesh bag ; a hand bag or toilet set

j Ford Is \ statement like this.--Gainesville Daily organization details with the various
quoted as saying, News. associations. .

, when he contemplated' trying again I FOR THE BOY GRADUATE watch
something which had not been DELAND INTERESTED IN I Automobile speeders in Indianapol- a ;
previously
I GRAPEFRUIT, is held in a pencil (gold or silver) cuff links watch
; ; : successful, "We should try it CANNING are Jail without bail for examination ; ; a

.t again this year because we know more Plans are being formulated for the by the Sanity Commission. chain ; a ring ; a school pin ; a bill fold ; a

than we dfd last year." That is the erection of a grapefruit canning factory fountain pen or a shirt set.
at DeLaod by the Citrus
situation in Osceola
' county today. A
Growers' .
Association.
Directors of
i number of growers have set out 1 the association I Our
were authorized to prices were never
plants to make runners for this fall's take up the matter at the recent 111I0111111111I11111111111111I11I1111I1 I more reasonable -

t, e*tt ng.' "Some have not. It is almost membership meeting of the growers. but -to encourage personalgift

too; ,late to do so now. It is not quite in Manager H. V. Pay is now engaged GiftPleases giving at graduation were.
investigating details.
: tOO' laicvHiowever. This week some granting a special 10% discount on *
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.to.q'bave; ordered plants. Next COCOANUT GROVE ASSOCIATION Most all such )) rcha'C'L'.!' ,
'should do INCREASES MEMBERSHIP '
week more no. The outlook ,

',, is that the same difficulty will Manager Joy Heck of the Cocoanut : V

bi: bad In gttjng.plants which was I Grove Citrus Growers' Association FOR SALE ",- UinlUIIIIIIUIIUIIUliUlIIIIIIIIIII7 ". 'W.. E.: Silnde cot

.. reports 20 new members have thus rson .. ;
met last falL ,Realizing that the eon- FOR 8AL.B-A cow and wagon. A. A. :

dftions of last: :year"arc-not likely to :far With Joined the membership the association this year. rlnr Diets.. R. P. D. No. 1.. Phone 11-6 its ... ..::1 u , . .''S -6 ,,' I .n,1rT; ....i .

'1 .itt/ivpea&d; ;)!realising,that we have this number is campaignJuststarting expected to ron QUICK BALE ,- '" '.".... I .. Jeweer...........". ana _tometn.t., '{ II ),
--Th Block and Ax- '
r i profited bjToar :mistakes, and realitliytthplUhe be greatly increased during.the sum tore. 41' the "Independent Grocery 1";' ,,: ;A'JSSlMMEE ji;; "::; :
mer. The association' Store. Invoicing-about 1 .fj.: : f' Q .
:* : rtOarofjrtoward:: : strawberrv packing bouse 17" ";i all ,,J. ''' lA'jJfP'
has dosed, with record of.2& shlpDaents new eoode) uplendld oornen tend. A .if.. : > 1 1f'. 'a'i.: ... '" .t, '
growing "w+ .th j best-thing: ., for the season. bargin. for qulc e le. .1. M. luflpale. ;: .... -- .:_. .- ...Awt ....-.. .4
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KISSIMMEE BOYS.GET 'GAINESVILLE WILL AG(ME. COLLEGE WILL son,' Thornton, P. Winters," .Robert 11
GRADUATE OSCEOLANlConttnue4 -- Wray;: All of these will receive the
iTIiii.'I HONORS IN ORLANDO bn ; 'GRADI ATE. TWENTY degree of bachelor of science in a..J.. 3f,.

-- from- Pas. ) culture.except Air.. Hamiltonn who will. 1.
78- Merit Badge* Awarded To Scouts L. ''Overstreet, but everybody)" knows Burton W. Ames'of- Kissimmee Will receive the degree of master of. fcct- "
And Four Kissimmee Boys Get 14 it. Receive of Bachelor of in
that, sowhy mention Degree ence agriculture,
peal Happenings Of Them At District Court The rest of the Kissimmee boys Science.In Agriculture: In addition, John E. Schabnrer! wiir .

The people of Kissimrnee- whoso rank as freshmen of 'some ort, some receive I receive the title Graduate in Farm ,
.- '-- ._ just plain "rats," and one of the hang Twenty young men will degrees ing, which is given students complete a
-- --- --- promptly respond! to the call for
i :! from the College of Agriculture
funds for the Boy S out troop should over'kind, who starts in as a freshman ing' a specified two-year course. In the .
of Florida, at the annual
University
T wwwuw have attended the district Court of passes his work.for a couple of College of Agrl nlture.
exercises May 29,
and finds himself a freshman graduating/: on
New York Life Insurance Co., Sam 004400040004000000e Honor which was held last Friday years again! Such an one Is Henry L. Edwards according: to an announcement by.Assistant ?*EID :GOES NORTH _
in the court ,
B. night_ Orange county
Lupfer, local representative. hUe Dean W. L. Floyd.
son of Mrs. F. C. Edwards: ', of
Miami WEATHER REPORT 'J rooms. They would have been the Kissimmee schools. He is taking The men wJ o will receive degree During my absence of three month
Judson Porter la vlsitingKiasimmee. more than enthused with the training are: Chas. E. Abbott, 'Burton W. anyone wishing mineral baths ,or' '1
the combined Law and A. B. course,
Ki > Official Bulletin of daily tem. 4 which the boys get in the regular and that's why he's still ranked as a AmeS,' James V. Blume, '''Richard T. water please enquire of U. J, Bur- ..

Mrs. Brennan of Lockhart > perature and precipitations furnished' pursuit of Scout duties. They would freshman freshman law being his j I I) Burr, Robert A. Carlton, Richard 'S. rows, at the Chamber. of'Commerce. \
Emily 4 by the Kissimmee Cooperative 4 have opened their eyes in wonder 1 I Dowell Albert J. Geiger, H. G. Hamilton 24-x CHARLES NEID. '
correct rating. lie's further complicated ;
Florida is Mrs. E. D. Katz.
visiting
ment at the amount of knowledge the
U. S. Weather Bureau + his rating by being recently Clifford n Hiatt, John G. Kelley '
Shaves, 15c; haircuts, S5c; children Station, for the week finding boys have gained. Those who are familiar married to a Miss Young, of Jackson Edward L.. Mathews, John W. Take care of the farmers. Keep

Ik5c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf Thursday, May. 24: with scout lure know that a ville. He slipped one over on his fia-1, Royer, Ernest M. Schabinger, Joseph them satisfied. Make farming more
is awarded
---- merit badge Upon comple G. Smith, Richard M. Smith, Lloyd D. and more profitable .attractive.. .-
.
ternity mates and got tied in I
Mr. and Mrs: Ellis F. Davis have + Date Max. Mln. Prep. < tion of prescribed experience In the +I March, keeping it lark until up last : Stewart, Alec White, Horace S. Wil Lincoln. .

Returned from a trip to the east coaa Friday, May 1889 63: .08 various branches and the passing of I' week. lie is librarian at the law .
examinations in those subjects under 'I -- -- - -- - ---- - - -
4 Saturday, May 19..87 68 .00 + (
school member of '
a Kappa Sigmv'and
Miss Dorothy hill of Elgin Illinois, Sunday, May 20____90 68 .40 the quizzing of the district' officials. ,. Gamma' Lamba, the university'band j OOOOO Ot40000'0000000.0"0.otO"'OOOO'O", ..
Mn the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Monday, May 21--.83 68 .68 + Seventy eight merit badges were I I and university orchestra John

fcochran, of 203 Cypress street. 4 Tuesday, May 22__.hS 65 ..13Wed'day 4 awarded last Friday night, fourteen Marshall Debating Society, Cosmopolitan RECITAL
of them going to four Kissimmeeboys _
4 May 23..90 67 .05; 4
,
!
E For Sale: Entire business and fur- 4 Thursday May 24.89 69 .33 + and the rest of the Scouts of the I Club and was on the Seminolestaff
GIVEN BY THE PUPILS OF
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Iliture L.BVestfall ftve in Orlando. .
of Casino Hotel. Mrs. E. Reading. are, made at 6:00 p. troopit I II>
Now for the "rats. Can't call: them
24-2tx H. W. Barr of Orlando. sat the
on
proprietor. I
0m.. for .the *
: hours. preceding twenty-four + bench as j judge! .of the Court of Honor, ;i| that much longer, so let's do it while Music, Department, Osceola. High School
Miss Celeste Moseley has returned Scout Executive Harold Boyd of we elm. By the next issue of The
0ALLISON T. FRENCH. *
o Kissimmee fcr the summer from' Co-operative Observer. Clermont, and Deputy Scout Commissioners I i Gazette they'll be sophomores, which Wednesday Evening, May 30, 1923
term sounds !better than "rat"
er school at Winter Garden. BaynaH and Hewitt, cf Orlando I any-
044440444.004400404 conducted the examination. The.. how. There are three "of them from MISS MYRTILLA F. SEALS M. B, Instructor
Miss Mattie Belle Harris will leave boys were required to demonstrate \'KisKiromee, and looking down) the a'-' '.
Bomorrow for Morganfield, Kentucky, !: phabetical roster we find Gilbert,
Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. various methods to be used in the ; I
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Mr here she will spend the summer. Harris. Gazette office. 14-tf first aid courses, and subiriit plans or .'Ginham, and Sears. Ad S. Gilbert Piano Quartette-Hungarian March___....._-.........__.,.KowaUki
finished articles in the different craft- in the son of Hizzcner and MIR. A.i;i Piano 1Eunice Rivera, Elizabeth Waring.
B life insurance company
The leading. '|''S. Gilbctt. in the
He's freshman
visitorto a
Mrs. A. S. Brunson was a hip and U-nts. Their
mans carpentiv
of the world New York Life. See DeLund, Saturday. to the innumerable arts and science college, a member Piano II-Mary Louise Snodgrass, Eleanor Rosen.

Sam Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc asked answers, and their exhibits were questions passed. of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, university -. Country Life--___ _n_____ _______________ u--_____Charles Huerter

I Mrs. W. C. Bass left last night for Donald McKay has returned to Kis upon by the jury which was rompoiel) I ,i: band and Farr Literarv So- | Virginia Harris

(allahassee to attend the graduationof simmee for the summer from Boston of scout official of the district and l ciety. John I'. Graham, son of Wil- Song Without Words______________________________B. B. Anthony t
Tech. included\ E.: 'i, liam S. Graham, is. also registered in :
[ her daughter, Miss Helen Bass. F. Godfrey, A. J. Nv- Hilda Barber
and Dr. Adcork, of Orlando and the A. B. college is a member of the
I Murray Overstreet arrived in Kis- |I' Ask for information on the New G. Hankins. M P. Ayres, and A. W'I. )I I Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Gamma. I I II Woodland Iance----------------------------------F. G. Rathburn
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'Yoik Life's latest policy. Sam Lup
I, Lambda musical university band. Vivian E. Floyd
luimmee from the state university, French/ of Kissimmei- 'I

[ yesterday afternoon, to upend the fer. 14-tfc The excellence of the training\ ;which I I Fair Literary Society, and was on 1 Dancing Snow-flakes___________ _______n_ u___--__Milton E. Blake
| ttumraei. I Bob Grant has returnod from To- the boys. are getting can be understood ,, the "iat football squad.V.. Joe Emma Quirk
: Sears Jr.,- whose son he !Isis ;
Mrs. S. B. Aultman has as her ronto this and week.was out in a hantball) uniform jects by in a which!perusal merit of the badges list: of were sub-I i a freshman guess art and science, member i i Valese Caprice-------- _u_u_____ __ _________Jane Munn Spear

guests this week Mrs. Murray Ault awarded.! Tho )boys took the tests. in of Alpha Tau Omega and Farr I Ruth Herzberg

man of Jacksonville and Mrs. A. J. ""illlason: Tiller has been greeted alphabetical oidci,. of subjects.' Five Literary Society. La ('u tagucltll_ u__ _______________________________.Henry Ketten
Richardson, of Sanford.: by friend. this week! on h's visit: to Orlando scouts won them in athletic. : That's the crop. The hove are making | Eunice RiversOn

I The best investment make Kivsimmce from :Miami.: i and. one in iiutoiimhiling. This lad good, rnd it wouldn't be a bad :Moon Enchanted Waters __ __ _______ _Leo Oehmler
you can I son of F. F.. Godfrey; , is fouiteenvenrs idea for the present crop cf ne-iio s ---- -- -- -- --
is a New York Life Policy. Better !Miss Dorothy Denninir earned l to old rnd It. 'now <|iiuliie( .l for in the Osceola High School to give Dena Snodgrass

than a savings account. See Sam KisHimmec this weal fro Mi"ouii. Star Scout: whit in the ,second, hiirh- that list the once-over remember that i Piano Duo-In the Gondola! _--____ _______________.___Franz Bendal
Lupfcr. 14-tfc where shc'has been srtendii'jr 11',,,, ;"n-" est honor in .Htoutilom, only the Eagle Florida university is aM good tfhe"1 Mrs. Howard Anderson, !Mrs.'Nelson MakinsonA
ter. I best, turn. their Gainesville-I I
Pam\ Powers and T. F. Power who Scout remaining. He answered questions eyes :Merry Jest-----------------------------B.! R. Anthony
--- wards, and figure oui. how much of a I I
shout automobiles that the bitr /
will bo remembered by Kinsimmeo" (J. I D. Ash was in KJ--im"f' yesterday :- : pedigree'the "home town "I'" will Edna Klitz
of and ddv..swonld pll"
majority car owners |
in tIle '
people, were city Tuesday en- priai'mjr to -hip h > Jjinittirp be able tn print about l them in the fly the Bockside-B.: Tours
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difliiultv
have plainmg.Hustci
'" ( \
Jute from Tampa baik, to Miami. to IJiailcntov.. \\h> %. > i., )I.."- 'yea'rs to .
-- llHiikins. of i.iml\1t'l TrounNo.1. come.A Harold Wilson
eating in business.
Kissimmpe friends of Mrs. T. P. --- was the only contestant for :. ------- -- -- in the Orchard------ __ __ __ ____ ___________ _______F. Bertram
Mulligan, xigtcr of Mrs. Edgar Katz, Mis. Malcoin: Oihirtct I :.r.3 )little the i lmd e in bugling; and' l a s I14' blew ;, KOAI \CHOSS\ Margaret Waring .
to learn that she is con- ''be vnrinut, ll- tip jury applauded i "XO-MA.VS() I.AMI"\ !
ca:
lire( rejoiced) son, Stanley, of Ki---ii'ini :,...s.tcnGuests / || __ ________________ _
\alvncing from her recent illness in oC' :\11 M. Ovtr.lett.t :. t'-tt-r, at hi'xn.II'lw,'. Ciaft"' nianship in I !Showeis of Stars__._________ __ _______P. Wach

Chicago.Mr. Mrs. George Shoaionoe. I
:21 Thud stiect.-I'alntka NVw Wilson of Ki"sinimee qualified| ] ( with triangular-piece of land belong.rig to :Maybells.__u__ ____ __ -_u ___-!:_-_____uuUuu Carl Bohm
and Mrs. C. B. Crum regular eight Orlando boys, and: got another |Volusia county that extends like uj Theta Phay
winter visitors to Kissimmee left I MI'I.: A. (Hik] and htr > 1It'WI'' in with three l lyys in Or-
Monday for their summer home at i caipt-ntiy' (I. wedge between Breviird and Scmmo'ecounties : Trio-Polish I Dance, ___ _____n__._T_________________X. Scharwenka
11I1'''. Robcrtjs left Wedne.day fur lando. Two got merit badges fur separating/ the two counties. i iI | .
Mount Union Pennsylvania. They Wcaveiille N. C., to spud; the sunim cooking/ Drnul'l Walker and Alfred I While) No-Man's: Land (contains 25! i.i Misses !Miller, Waring Suhl

expect to return in October.- (T. The' will stop to rv t. u few Wilson were two of the three w'nmTH (tOt) ucies, the land is so worthless Spring Song--------------------------------------F. Mendelssohn
at Macon la.; to witness the t] in cycling. These; two Xi'-simmee boys i .
The friends of Miss Fanny Lutle-- days i that only two families live on it, with Mary Louise Snodgrass
is eraduation of Mi a Sa ., i ('l.k 1 at and' two from Oilunilu! passed the '''only one voter in the two families. I ________ ___ _
field will be glad to hoar that she Hungarian Rapsodie Mignon_____ n_ ____ __ Koelling
Wcsleyan College.BAITIST lusts for fu.st aid to animals, and The new $50,000 rojid from MimHI :
f
at home and recuperating from an j I Mrs. Nelson !Makinion
the Orlando ----- ------- they \with J. G.! hankies. Ul1t\\ Clayton I west through Southmere to the Bre-

operation General for appendicitis Hospital.The in LADIES)> Yates, and six Orlando! boys w>.n' yard county line, is intended to con-I Maiurka-----------____.??....____.....___. ?. Erik MeyerjIIelmund, .. ,
SOCIETY HAS SCK.HL their merit, badges in first uM, having inect with a hard-surfaced road to Ethel Owen

best investment you can makeis completed the pee crib'd Ked X'roHHcourse. Sanford in Seminole county. No- i On the Meadow.__ 4-J.J-* __ ... .Carl W, Ken
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a New York Life Policy. Better ,The I Four won honors in handicraft I Man's Land six miles across, intervenes .,
regularmonthly ocift': o' the Ina '
than a savings account. See Sam six in life saving rnd' one in and Volusia county naturally i Phay .
Lupfer. 14-tfc Ladies. Phurc-h Aid Society of the First Baptist marksmanship. is not eager to spend money for a I Piano Duo-Ach wie int's mo glisch dann_________...N. Von Wilm '
met May 14, at th. home .
of Mrs.. E. S. Clayton Yates, Donald Walker, and fix: mile road between Titusville andanro.rd. Lucille Griffin, Ellanor Overstreet't', > I
with
Miss He'.cn! Schmidt, who is stenographer end Mrs.Hall Hall as hostesses.; Mrs.The Brinson time Buster !JInnkins,""' _with four ;Orlan lo j 1 Vnlse. Caprice_____.__.._______..____.._..:ii:__wJoseVHoffmttr: j -
fenthe Consolidated LandCompany"In boys' ; In personal 'and'publia i ,
passed But and Sanford want
in ntusyille 'Mrs. Anderson : :::?
Orlando.'spent week was spent fancy work and social l healththe training and examinationsfor the Howard ?, ..
road built-it would be a trunk '
epdwith, her parents. converse During the afternoon the these courses having- been given highway from the east roast to north .Traniexiptlon'Rubinatein's, Melody in, F..:.:...iwl.'iiEduordfSchutt: : :;: /1IJ

/ l company was entertained w'th several by Dr. II. S. Geiger In, the case of central.Florida and on Monday a ..<. .;i '\, r M',,1ib\\? \\ I hMUto.! .,' Elizabeth Waring _, !.My"\; : 1.I '#" .. .
Florida Sanitarium = and 1I0 pltal, musical numbers. I beaut'.fully rendered the Kissimmeo boys and their workin delegation of Brevard and Seminole ": 'SpinningiSong.tl\..\ \_, '.'1'',,, ., ,. .........'''''f.t1 B1' J ; ..

Orlando. Florida. Medical Surgery. by Mr. and Mrs. Mills, the singing the anti-mosquito' campaignbeing live wires appeared before the Vclu- < . -. .' '".-..-." -----.r-.t: ; : ,-\It .......-,, t
evangelists, makingk the occasion Ellanor 0 vers ree.t :! ,
Maternity; Capacity 100 patients.! a necessary qualification. Three Orlando sia board of county commissioners to 1"J e :
one long to be remembered. The .. ______.._______ _
Equipment modern, Jest, diet, physiological : afternoon boys passed in pioneering and see what could be done to secifre the I Morceau Chromatique _--__ -- --------John Orth ;
therapeutics. Unexcelled in closed with refreshments cf three in scholarship having made averages -| road In the delegation were M. B. I Miss Edith Miller
the Southeast. 24-tf sandwiches, home made rake and of !M in their school work.In .
punch.The' | Smith and J. E. Nobles of Titus\ille, Robin GooIfellow-------L. Leslie Loth
the OrlanJo troops there are five i A. W. Donaldson of Southmere, Coun Geneva Roberson
"Uncle Jack" .dueaa departed following'
Eggs persons were present: buys ready for the Life Scout degree Commissioners Wheeler. and Bled-
from Kissimmee Wednesday for Mesdames. J. R. Squire! :New' house, and five for Star Scout which is but ty foe of Seminole and Fled Wilson of June______________ ____.____.______________________ TachaikovskyMae
Chicago, Milwaukee, and Californiapoints. Catherine Smith, Leitner, Sam Lnp- one removed from Eagle Scout, the i Sanford. I Winn

lie may take a trip to Alaska fer, Jr.. and daughter, J, W Wilder top of them all. Onlv three boys in I After getting down to brass tacks. Song of the Brook________________________________________Martin 4
hut experts to return to Kissimmee Leon Fennel). E. H. Fennel). M IRrple, the Central, Florida District have so .,everybody deflating that the six mile I Lucille Griffin
in the fall. Thornton, Thompson from
Vwldosta
far reached the Star Stout degree. I road No-Man's Land should be ,
--- Ga.. N. C. Bryan, \Vemple,! M die. - - -- - (I built across the Volusia commissioners I Oh Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star_------_Arranged Franz Liszt
Mrs. Lou llalstead Jerome and Wallace Bell M. E. Waring t')oyd LECION:'; WILI NOT SPONSOR! 'unanimously agreed to ask the Vol- Margaret Brunson
Mrs. J. 1 1). of Orlando were In
Newby down in snd.daughtcr, Geiger, Carson! Rf. ers. \DEMI'SI-GIBBONS BOUT usia senator and representatives to Piano Sextette-Les Sylphes_ ______.__un_ ___ _____n_ Bachmann
Kissimmee
Tuesday driving
Farmer, Repce. Chapman, Mis>- Mary '
Mrs. Jerome's car. Mrs. Newby came Bryan, .Miss Almena L<-itner. and! l Mi -- will I pass a bill through the legislature Misses Owen, Herzberg Floyd, Theta Phay,
The American Legion not
to{Sketch attend Club.the weakly; meeting of the !and :Mrs. Eva,ret t Mill, singer -, the pri7.fiJrht- to be held between sponsor ceding No-Man's, with j Land the understanding to Brevardcounty I Snodgrass, Ina PhayFIORSHEIM ,

----- FLMWKKS WANTED .laik Dempsey and Tan Gibbons. July that if No-Man't Land is so ceded! +44444444440404040+4444404444.M444>440440444444w
M. P. Casler brought The Gazette MEMORIAL DAY 4, at Shelby Mont., Alvin Owsley, | Brevard county will build a hardsur-. I Iv.hhW4, '
some of his sweet corn this week. It national commander of the ex-seivice .faced road from the end of the South- 1I 1-- -- -

ii the finest appearing corn this office All persons in Kissimmee v-h.. can rr.fii'H. organization, has stated. mere road to the St. Johns river; and I
has seen this year, and its looks! donate flowers to be used for decorating 'fhe American Legion can not permit Seminole county will build a hardsur- : ...-

rind nothing on its taste. graves: Memorial) Day art .irged its name to be used in connection faced road from the St. Johns river ;

by the American Legion to bring themto with a mercenary undertaking" of ito i( Sanford.In SHOE
)
Former Councilman Thomas N. the Chamber of Commerce betweenone this nature, to be held on a day sac- case the legislature passes' a bill ,
Clark is in a critical condition at his and three o'clockVtdnes ja> aft red to the deeds cf our forefathers," I to cede No-Man's Land to Brevard :
home on Mabbettc. street. He is suf- ernoon. Commander Owsley said. county before it takes effect Volusia i I

fering' from partial 1 paralysis resulting M. __ Amateur boxing contests meet with I county must endorse the bill by rcfer- A
from hardening of the arteriesand JOSEPH ELSWICK the legion's approval accoiding to I endum. Should the referendum carry

high blood pressure. DIES IN I 1MI\NA Commander Owsley. but "the holding Brevard is to pay the expense of I

of a prize fight for the woild'a championship ( the special election. Should it not
Marvin DuPont, who a, week or so Joseph Elswick, who with; :Mrs. Els- between two professional; Volusia is to pay the election
ago had his foot Injured by a heavy wick left Kissimmee .six weeks, ago pugilists whose sole object in stag- .imrry expense.-Titusville Star Advocate. .
piece of falling timber at Saint Augustine for Indiana passed away inK an exhibition of prolonged maul- \ ,

is now confined to the hospital Sunday morning, May 13, at the home ing of bodies is the accumulation ofa AUBUKNDALE ADVERTISES I JrIf
there, it having been found that the of his brother-i -law, Henry Hay- sugply of money can hardly be said \ 'I4t

bone' of his foot were broken. wood, in that city. to be In accord with the high ideals Appreciating the.value of local advertising f .

Mr. Elswick was 76 years old and and purposes of an organization composed the Auburndale CitrusGrowers' II
Mrand Mrs. Joe Stump are visit. born in Greene Indiana.He .
was County.
real
of men who fought a fight Association has placed some
ing' at the home of their daughter, is survived by his widow and sev- .
metal its
for worthy cause.: attractive signs on
a very ) I
Mrs,. G. B. Smith. They, have been eral relatives.
Interment
was at record
Jack Dempsey's war was referred packing house, definitely designing w
spending the winter with a daughterat Surtz City. A to by the Legion leader, who the house as being affiliated with the I :
their
(
Palm Beach and
ar..nowon '. said, "The Legion holds no enmity for Klotida Citrus Exchange and packingthe .* .
) to their home. COUPLE PLEAD GUILTY
baek Georgia :
way BOUND OVER TO JURYC. Dempsey? but its members can: not famous Sealdsweet brand of cit *.

ReVi): Allen J.. Miller, minister of the forget that the heavyweight cham- rus1 fruits. Manager Robert Sands

Christian church last summer, is expected A. Strotip and Mabel Stanleywere pion of the world remained safe in believes it only a matter of time when I
to arrive in Kisgimmee Satur- arrested Tuesday night of last the! shipyards in America while the?I other exchange associations will follow -

day: t assume his pastoral' duties for week by Sheriff Farmer and Chief,of finest men of our nat'on were advancing ,* Aulmi ndale's example. YOU shouldn't pick a shoe
has been at the Police Driggers on statutory charge in the face of almost certain
this summer. He a 5
/CONTrtACTfl LET FOR entirely the basis of looks
; on
Johnson, Bible College at Kimberlin involving immorality, and lodged in death on the battlefields of Europe. CANNING FACTORY j1
MIAMI "
Heights. Tennessee. the county jaiLWedI1eaday LEGION COUNTRY STORE any more than you'd pick a

afternoon,,-a prejimln- WILL POSTPONE NEXT WEEKOn With the machinery to be shippedin wife that way. FLORSHEIM M4 I
E/jVernon Porter this week remov- been
hearing having arranged,
ary the next few week. Manager B. E.
ed his electric shop to 620 Sprouts they;-were formally: arraigned{before account of the high school sen- Morrill of the Dade County Citrus Shoes gocd.JoddnCbut) : : .

avenue, to the new building betweenhis .Judge A Comer-....pon ',We .charge, and ior class night next Thursday the SQ -Exchanlfe announces. that the -like good wile they "wearwell" .' .
house and that of his brother, O, each! pleaded'' j guilty. They werebotnl& American Legion Country Store will grapefruit campng factory to be built fita '

D. Porter. The brother will use the &"over'tcr-the: next grand Jury omit next week's show. It will reopen at .Miami will soon be taking definite on clover acquaintance.LYLES : ... ,., 'f.: ,

store,building jointly' for the Dixie. I1Dder'bond fixed in the sum of on Thursday! night, June 6, with shape. ,Contracts have already been ,- .....

EleetrJc'S1iop and a,.:grocertor.?/ each. J5trOup immediately made bond, valuable prizes and special program. let' for part of the work. The plant :
1 1 t#* M tJuU but the Woman, vho was unable tqdoeotwa.jlemanded'to I : I
CbarlelfjJJeft) .Mondsy, fotTuUaJ I is,ho be completed and ready for op- : ,
j( the custody e of WANTED 51''
FLOWERS eration by next August _, STORY"'C0;:
;will V s
Oklahoma Front ere,.lte go-to th. shefiff; and.remained in jail:, atv..cCunt. MEMORIAL DAY
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Ey;; '3 MinBesotay.-wbare ha a, F .
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Sleep % .:; ".\ fPft WOOD MOVED Clothing
to..r.matnt f.rr about>'tne _. All persona in Kissimmee 'who. ran Q Dry Goods > GhQ:

months.:*jGjlteltegpG) -.: Q: made'C.trlpto :. FLbWER$ WANTED donate flowers to be used for' decoratihg : 11 have moved my woodyard from lU..tni 1 I : .nrtl 1

0 (mar at the request of ManagerBon |:"-.MEMORIAL DAY graves on Memorial Day* are urged &14;Brack street, ta .121Maln. street I .. ..ft .

*; where he say he-located three can by tile! American Legion to bring themto when I-jim;till>prepared to\cf: umlshmy ... - --- ran.j----' ,.- e ,
flowJ weUa prt O 1ff art oplel ) AlliMraons In'KIsglmmee! the Chamber of Commerce between: oeustomer.'With'! 'Veneer"blocks 'rul >>p itzrf1 t WV' !1 1I

donate flowers to he'U.ed.foJf'4eeorat-:! one and 'Ithree 'o'cl ek. Wedilesdayaft 16-i- cb, delivered.for (S.lG;, 12-inch 1r 'jI II Jfpt.ltjt'3 J(' WHO CANal
:Mr* B. M., Tedder and charming. hiJC'jtrayea on Memorial Day are urged ernoon. blocks.;. *2'f 5.rSplit'; ; fort..tovewood.J1'U8I'ant.Qed.luJI' .
yonailj daughter EaltabethJ J o/.KUsIm- bythe American Legion to brine themto I sirsnd>.-.lo-lnchfor 1

weep are, guests of Wl Friend, the Chamber Commerce between If your buslnevsi i. not 'Worth ad.:. $3. y.Afadt$3.16.: : ; < ',GetTOOr(: .. "
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/ :. Editor.__?__-......_---Fred Lupfer SOPHOMORE NOTES ",. NOTICE I IS .. ,)\: .' .

,', ", Assistant Editor..AlberU Broimcn; MUSIC DEPARTMENT l' .. .( \'

'. .. Reporters Me-ow! Me-owl! was the greetingthe .

,I Ninth ________-______Christine May Biology class received as they en- Everyone in Klssim.-r.ee/ is interested .: ..

I Tenth Grade-_____....Rebekah Miller! tered the laboratory Monday. This in music. This fact is shown by: \
tl Eleventh Grade..Janet Graves unusual greeting was given by a cat
the large per cent of the pupils/: who
I ,: Twelfth Grade____..Katherine Tiller] who shortly after his warm greeting take music and also by. the wny the ". ". -.."". '"

Music Department_____-_Theta Phay gave his life for the cause of science. townspeople have attended the recitals -
; Mr. Cason who act d hada
as surgeon, this dur-
., given by department :
with the beforehe
long cat
struggle
PROGRAM FOR COMMENCEMENT: / succeeded in him under ing the past year. Now a still better
putting is given to all pupils and
WEEK the influence of ether. But when the opportunity r-
townspeople as well, to learn more
ether last the theinteresting
at
overpowered cat,
about music. Next year,. Miss Beals,
Monday-Declamation Contest.
Wednesday-Musical Recital. This was operations eagerly watched were performed. by not- our music teacher, is going to give a .
of theoretical which
Thursday Class Night. the but also course subjects America Sees the LightThe
only Biology class by will consist of music biography, and
Graduation.
Friday-Eighth Grade hiany of the other students who were /
the history of music, besides the
regular -
Sunday-Commencement sermon. interested in the structure of n cat.

Monday-Senior Graduation. Mr. Cason carefully explained each composition.courses in It harmony i is and impo'tant mus the'new Overland "
organ, including the breathing system very public itself has placed upon \
that she know at who would like
OUR LIBRARY the blood circulation, and the once valuation than price. The greatest
higher
take
to this course so that ,11\ can .. a
The library of our high school l'as digestive system._ _ _ prepare! for her classes for next year. .0 ---- Overland ever built is frequently called the greatest

been greatly enlarged during the past MUSIC DEPARTMENT Don't miss this great opportunity .
year. We not only finished paying to study more about the great mns- automobile" vulue in the world. Extra merit is "

for the volumes, of Southern Literature The high school pupils wonder ten Teachers, but let Miss Beals know at once. making tins the greatest year in Overland history I Itfflck i
which we bought last year but whether the town really know pupils, and townspeople,
we have added many new books hour what a Eplendid school people we have. For come on and let's not miss this chanceof . .

library, and also some new book instance', we have .a Glee Club; whichis increasing our knowledge! ThinK! t.r WiHjfOvrU 4 Adv'rrtistmtnt {. ....'.r .' Kvmlmfftfie ,.... .
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cases. Among the new books are saying a great deal, because there over Beals know at

Mark Twain's works, the Harvard are only four other high schools in once.
Classics-or the Five Foot Shelf of the state of Florida that have them. New

Books complete History of English For over three months we have' pra MUSIC DEPARTMENT j.7 ALL:

Poetry, eight volumes on the story of iced twice a week under a special) instructor -

the great war, between fifty and sixty Miss Ada Wagner, and have At last the event to which everyonn '

books of fiction and fifty scientific: learned many beautiful songs which Kissimmee looks forward to, is ,-
books for the work of the science ve will sing at some of the different about to take place. The final recitalof

classes. The school has spent $485 !school' entertainments given in the the music department will be given -.

for the enlargement of. the library, two weeks. We are proud of our next Wednesday night, May 30( cr $525

and we hop the students will use the Jlec; Club nnd l arc sure the people/ of promptly at 8 o'ifock, in the Hig I. llrlng

books to the best advantage. )Cissiiuniep i will be pleased with it, school Auditorium. This will be the .1

too So watch in the High School. last and the best recital given this $.._ iiM XfoJittr tS2S Coup Jf95 All frleti /. .. b, 7.1.1.
JUNIOR: NOTES Gazette for further information as to whole year, foi just the older pupils

11ll' i-xao time that the Jlet; Club w 1' above the seventh grade will take
The much looked-for Declamation inJr. part. There will h" piano solos, duos, LUPPER & I) RAT II E R
Contest will be held 1 Monday, May
on
"i ios<, quartets und even a sextet
28, at the High School Auditoiium. where then will be '11
., Jl'NIOR PICNIC: two pianos lI> ed.
: We are expecting great things from with \hree girls at each! Don'
PRINT
I piano. AN OVRRLAND AND REALIZE THE DIFFERENCE
the Junior class, for six of 1h nine'
I Did) 1 have time? You miss this last!'! recital. RemcinbWednesday ._
we a good!; .
contestant1 Juniors and of -- -- --- _ .
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will what li,.t WP did1! Those \\lio went on ournit night!; .May'to:! at the -------- ,I
I get we are cxp&etingboth I Iiph I SchoLl 1 Auditiniuni, promptly nI it
air few number fact
I medals- fur when hllIhl' Juii- weie in in
not half tin* class wl'ntlut, those who R I o'clock.
iorn over bien lii'iiton' This c mtestis .
.!IK"! had the time of their lives. --- -- - BOY
tll<' eventif I the whole year nn I Howe go there no one ktvows I IMT sonietriinj Vi ron:,: in the Orrlnsir useful Aoikris i in a great und", t.lk |
the only wh 'ie -mall fee ask
one < a is :
'U.s.1 It' i iiimored that ('lydeVhat I jnie donext" we play Inl{.
I mil is wew.ilkc
ed. N \Ih' tan alf) I contest for' to be better : ,1 (iLl( '.(n'1t'' di not I hi I Ii"v e that Very truly \'uur*.. I t IK ln\: "niuts 'I'IIOHI palmiest of Un, :"e
it pu.misos I h) > mi- "'
AS !oon HH we ri''u )Vied I Lake 'n'i,way. ;Mairairt! I fl.--'Tho'! : lnek of .Li.] i I Signed ) JOHN .1. PURSUING"I ( ys Sam'po. < Rion now open for enliKtinent. !
than ever In fore, and everyone knows taught to iisp heir brain'.. Their U S
iiiimedint'ly. donne I our li.itInnfsuit loam I hi-- ,10"'" not mi' in any ('hangIn I Army. Panama-that nl-
\w 'motto
what t that )means'ATHLETICS! is sold to lie 00110 I)
Cl\de "r.'at, ,"11'I''l'| *' fill the a good turn luring and balmy outpost of the UIII"-
-- -- -, .111<1 wi nt for. II Rll im Alter" we ju1 policy on t pa i it of t tin Boy Scouts daily" <
hud splasher, ) aiouiul in the water te .,.ln.,il )i.iyaIg! t hut,I." .>f Ami-run, but .it !i'- hoped this. will' I TIu* St . I d l :States army where evenings "n .
result] i I'eleisliurg Times says that 1.1.\8)I 'H tool yl the I) thermometer ,'
in \olunteei nl \
-- our heaits'i content fcr an hour or so. securing o.ii this .
slogan Hashed 1
I Laft Tuesday afternoon the Athletic lulu h was served! in I tlie shade "f tlie \n Kje 'In Hu..iinesThe stiuthiionmilit.ii' ) : rv Iusis i IMIIand ''of Hersel through: the tnim, : r gut. below fiO degrees. Here you
: I'hilhppe, first class Scout: hnall tho
Association met and elected the spreading oaks!'! l hy I the, edge of lln- t here in various parts I of the Uniti"! when Attraction of life in the
of his
I following officers for next lake A wi. suih a nnod<1 ]lunt' h itva.; ninth grade Enlli.h, < lu=s \\ ioteddini ,. States, the services of men wh,) ap- Tue"dar' one schoolmate tropics, and you nee at first hand thegreatest
in
year I an aitery his which
I arm, of all modern!
that it satisfied even our healthy \\ announcements for ]lis. pri-cmte tIll''lIhll' for, ihnracter engineering
,,1 President, Robert Buckets; vice-presi- appitites ; < I 1 he thrust, t through a gl:'Sb door Lt the work* the Panama
dent. Alberta Brunaon; secretary- After IlInch ",' nil took a work. One of the )boys' -announce building and! citizenship training of high school while playing. offers Canal. The armv

treasurer, Raymond Tyner. The girls' pap then went in swimming agai:t. nents! read: the program of the Boy Scouts of | Improvising a tourniquet, I rhillippeIstoppt'ol Panama you and this its excellent chance to see

basketball manager is Mary Kritz, I About three o'tlock we came home, alittle Mr. and Mrs. John Biown requests, America. I the flow of blood until the torn. Uncle quaint native cu -
and the boys' football manager is tired but quite happy, because the honor of your presents at the Such men as Major-General Leonard I boy could<1 he given the services of 'of the Sam pays all expenses
Robert Buckets. The money that was we had such an all round good time. marriage of their daughter. Wood. Major-Genera! Hugh I,. Scott I physician. M trip, for your feed, clothing,
.. and Major-General Tasker II. Bliss quarters and medical attention and In
left in the turned - -
I' over treasury was --0 Although the wound will not addition
over to the new treasurer. The amount.left I Miss Leitner (talking about book- Mrs. Makinson-"Tomorrow I will! have enthusiastically endorsed the serious, the physicians sutd,prove the month gives! for you from $21 to 1157
per
- over will be enough to give us a reporters-"Who) wrote Romona?" be having two examinations." I program of the Boy Scouts of prompt work of the Scout probably this with spending money. Compare -

_ _ good start -athletics, next year. I Student"! did." Student"! hope you pass." America! and its policy of avoiding saved the life of the injured school 1 in civil life. your present position
technical Applicants
accepted at
military training and drill.
boy, who is employed in
the circulation this station will be forwarded
on the basil that they are not of to Fort
department of the Times. Screven, Ga., for final examination
SCOUTS ENDORSED I And Whereas, for this reason officers pliahmerit. I feel that the work i i8 equal Scout value or in as suitable for boysof It is becoming better and better thence to Fort Slocum, N. y.. to await,
training for
age good
and former officers of the military !- one with which any soldier should be ( understood that when you see a Boy sailing of transport For further Information
citizenship, the of Scout
GENERAL PERSHING as Program
establishment have in spite of proud to be associated. Activities. Scout you are not observing an ignoramus. apply or write to Army Rcuitlng *-

their genuine desire to do so, expressed Such association would be of benefit .-Clearwater Morning !News. Station, Post Office Building,
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Replies To Resolutions Of National a hesitancy to serve as Scout lead- in
The Tampa Florida.
many ways. leadership of ,
Council And Expresses Approval I'I era for fear that such connection boys develop qualities which aid in FEEL ALL USED UP? Lieut O. G. Kelly and J. A. M.e-I I I I
Of Non.-MiliUry Scout Aims '
might create a public misapprehen-
1 } the leadership of men, and active Ready, on May 2, piloted an airplane READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE
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At recent in of sion.I . Scout service would give valuable experience from Hampstead, N. Y., to San Diego, . .
a meeting Chicago . ..
Resolved That reaffirmat Lob .
the National Council of the Boy I I Be It we to many of' our officer KiMinMee People) Do. Calif., in 26 hours and 60 "minutes -
this time'our policy that the Scout which they might not otherwise get without stopping in the 2,700 miles. 666 quickly relieves Constipation ..
p Scouts of America, a group of men is and shall continue non- Does your back ache constantly? ;
j program in .time of-peace. Moreover. the responsibilitylof It was the first trip across the con
earnestly presented a definite invitation military, although encouraging at all Do you have sharp twinges when tinent Biliousness Headaches -
without That ,
: setting an example to stop. beats the
to officers of the '
army, stooping or lifting?
navy time the virtues of courage, loyalty birds Colds "
and marine boys who have adopted a standard as and Lagrippe.
corps to contribute their (obedience, and endurance; qualities Feel all used up-as if you could
high aj that expressed in the S'-ou
quota of men for volunteer leadership just no farthesT
that are no less desirable in civic than go
Oath I
and Law
must react the leader I
iij Scouting. on not look
I I I'in military life. Why to your kidney ?
It was 'pointed out that I in a manner entirely to his benefit Why not use Doan's Kidney Pills?
many army I.'I I And It Is Further Resolved, Thatwe and to that of those with whom he
officers
who
were enthusiastic about express sincere appreciation for Kissimmee people have done so.
the Boy Scouts of America's nonmilitary I' the splendid cooperationwhich has associates. Mrs. R. L. Siever, 615 Hughey St..
program, hesitated taking Having kept in close touch with Kissimmee, says: "I was all rundown
been officers of the
given us by
army
I the work of the Boy Scouts, I thoroughly ..
: an active part in the movement for and and by members and and suffered fron: kidney complaint.
fear their participation would cause of the navy American Legion and othersin posts approve of its object for the My back was in bad condition and to

misunderstanding, it being recognizedby I military and naval service and express good it does the boy, and further, I do the washing! peat sharp p'ercini;

the army and naval officers that hope that we shall continue to approve of it as a soldier for the pains across my kidneys which rack-

the Boy Scout program for Hoy I enjoy their co-operation in the futureo good it does to those who may be ed my whole: system. Mornings I felt I""
Scouts was non-mill- railed upon to serve as our future defenders tired than
very properly \ an even greater degree." more before I went to band <
tcry in character. This resolution formally and finally, as an American I was nuiely in bad shape. My
was -
The following resolution was unanimously I to General Pershing, and after presented citizen I approve of it for the train- kidneys did not act right. I i lead
ing it gives in preparing the boy to
passed: I bout Doun's Kidney Pills and
I a thorough study of the whole subject be pro-
n worthy citizen of his
"WhereasThe country.
Scouts of' cured
Boy and conference with the secre- some at Koherson's Drug Store
America is non-military in spirit and I> tary of war, the following letter was I feel that it is a distinct recognition Poan's cured me of the backache andI
: of the
in program. high qualifications of army [ felt like diffei "
cut
I I written. stronsrlv endorsing the program a woman. Just stone def- "jutlmptofit
= men to be asked to participate in a Price fiOo, at al! dealers. DOn't
--- - --- of the Boy Scouts of America. movement .which .ppe.b, Ht Tl.intic.J.., It.c .
P "Mr. James E. West, /much for the youth has of accomplished the land and so simply ask for a kidney remedy-get It_m wliaptr-wlttH it ; Doan's Kidney Pills-the that 1- to Ward "
same origami "Cnuk. Tun
Chief *
Scout Executive
which has
much of
so promise for the
Bov Scouts of America. future. < Mrs. Siever had. Foxter-Milburn Co., dmftmr to ikt mtititml.. They.a'taay. .
I *. Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. .. .
New York City. '1 ne secretary of' war, with whom '

My dear Mr. West: 1[ have discussed the matter, joins men MIAMI SHERIFF GETS

I have received a copy of the resolution hoping you may find army men $30.000 BOOZE HAUL
recently adopted by the Na- who will appreciate and take. ad vanATTENTION I

tional Council, Boy Scouts of Ameica *- Miami, May 20.-The seizure here INSIST .
taSte
in which the hope i is expressedthat S. Saturday afternoon of 629 cases of on

army and navy men may take a liquor stored in a house on Biscayne
greater interest in the organization.You bay inflicted a dent in
severe the finances -
ask my co-operation bringing ,b. of the biggest liquor syndicate Just because Ward'. Orange-Crush is a
this to the attention of the army with operating in the
south Sheriff Louis mellow
a view to encouraging active participation - A. Allen, who directed the raid, declared golden colordon't be fooled bya

. by a greater number of army USE tonight. "gold brick" imitation. Your Caste will

men.The SANITARYDAIP.YCO'MILK According to the sheriff this syndicate -
American annual record Scout program being nonmilitary is composed of three Chicagoans tell every time. Ward's Crushes owe.

of in character, it is true as suggested - &ZCE CREAM and three Miamians
fire loss averages in and the liquor their distinctive and
the resolution that some was to have been shipped as soon as delightful flavors to

army officers have hesitated to take .. it could have been camouflaged in a the natural fruit oils of
1352 Hotels active part in Scouting, fearing it ear of furniture to Chicago. The loss oranges, lemons

might create misunderstanding) but to the liquor ring through the seizure and lime*. To these have been added
totally
destroyed I am sure, from the information you Will be about $30,000, he
estimates.
Fire insurance is of course all have presented to me, that making and will put a decided crimp in their pure: cane sugar,citrus fruit juices,U.S.
known this resolution
important to the owner of earnest desire of the expressing leaders of the the future operations.The liquor from certified food color, fruit acid and car
I large properti.sI came St. Pierre
Boy Scout Movement for a greater Miquelon by of Cuba and bonated water. likes
I There are however different way was Everybody them.
degree of will
co-operation, serve to
shipped here in small boats
grades of insurance. The best this or unloaded -
remove misunderstanding.After
ii includes a service of systematic from a larger rum runner at
I fire prevention such alia of carefully reviewing-the activities the three mile limit the sheriff said. I
of the Scouts ,
Boy of America
The shipment
fered by the Hartford Fire was composed chiefly
their program, objectives, leadershipand of American OrangeKrtmUr
Insurance Company. actual FATHERS rye whiskey, but there
accomplishments! I do not were thirty case's ofl absintfie land
Insurance Facts hesitate to say that I should be very bitty-one cases of Scotch liquor. It

'\ n- ....__ _.... C.. everywhere glad to see take members such active of the army in la being held in the county jail peedhag -

5lk. N' a C e.mt .........._ Scouting as official duties and part local Sanitary Dairy milk is issuance of a circuit court order

.bI. ..... C. tbCIr .ee1r ......... conditions permit. the milk for your folks to destroy it.

Call this That the Boy Scout movement has It will benefit ;your baby. Some one suggested that Henry

on agency already recruited'a group of over Your wif. and children Ford would be a dangerous man in

180,000 men giving! volunteer serv will like it and it will be the presidential chair, basing their A CRUSH0'
lee in character building and citizenship conclusions upon the report that the
for
,, cARSON( fARMfR! training, and that over 2,000.000 rood yon. livter king's bank account amounts
boys of America have been helped to 200000000.
by Well if his bank c...... .
t this program. Is a nmarbbJ.] acconv account were a flat billion it could mn LEMON-CRUSH mmd UMB-CSCUSH

: ."Tbe Insurance Man"SIM AITAWDAirC not be truthfully said of him that a -z.-

6 dollar of it was from the entering i

.... ;.v> .....h". ?-1&' ......,_ ....: 666 cores MalariaChills and public by wrung unfair........ No KrtmUr9l& Coca-Cola Bottling :Works

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.. KJ IM"EE i; WALLET 'GAZETJ.JIUDAY! : ; MAY 25. ms SEVEN
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o ." '- IIPEC.At' 'noAn AND MRIDCB' 'DIS.THICT .' 'WHJC'RE..u,' a petition has" Examination Is[ Here I 11'q

: Legal Advertisements .5% N.. with the County Board of Day ,!
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<. struction In. and .for Osoeola '
* X special election will be hold on the Florida signed by what _
.. .. . .. .. ..4).4) 12th day of June A.. D. 1SZS, In the fol. 'more than twenty-five (Ii%) -

II S"LIDo' lowing describe4 territory, to-wltt: ,of the duly qualified electors I .
WOT1CB' OF MA TKIV. All of Township Twenty-five within Special Tax School A ''''' : .

South Range Twenty-seven East 4. Oseeola County, Florida .t ;;" 'Nt. lr :J, f'
In the Circuit Court of the Seventeenth of Tallahassee Meridian, In Oaceola I known, as the Klsslmmeo r'-1f; .4I.: ...
Judicial Circuit of the State at County, Florida, 1"11' that they deslrn the .. .t.f..1 ....
Klorlda. In and for Osceola County. In for the purpose of submitting to the bonds by said Special Tax .
Chancery. Ii. D. dulce. Complainant' duly qualified electors, who are free I f trlct for the' purpose> of ...j
Versus waiter C. Baal. *t al, Respond holders, residing within said territory., I bulldlnir: enlarging "
ents. Foreclosure: Notice ,4a herebY the following -questions: otherwise' Improving .
Klven that pursuant to a final decree 1.," Whether or not Special Road and school ground. far the ..
entered In this cause on the lit day of Bridge District No.4. embracing the the public free schools within .
May A ,D. 1923, I,hall offer for sale said territory and created by an orderof Special'Tax School District : .
.ell at public .outcry for cash In the Board of County Commissioner said petition further set ....
hand to the blithest bidder at the front of O.eeola County on August 10.A., D. ersl.terms the amount of
door of the Court House In Klsslmntse 110 pursuant to 1.1l'ctlon held ;on to be Issued. and the .. 4
Osceola County. Florida on the firs August 14th. 1820 shall b. abolished and that the proceeds derived
Monday In Juno same being the 4th cancelling all authority to Issue bonds sale of such bonds should be
day of June, Kit durlny the legal pursuant to such election and order. the purposes set forth In said
hours' of. .asia, the following' d..eerlb..dpropt'rt . \ Special Road and and .
situate In Oaceola County, D ''d.V: I :rcrN"o, 4. embracing the WHBRRAH It has been NZ (

Florida to-wltt same territory and created. by an order pear to the County Board of r1i"
neeeiliMleav At of the Board of County Commissioner strucUon of Oseeola County. .
Lots On. (1) Two (t) Three -($) of Oaceola County on February 6th. AD. that said petition ha. been .
and Four (4) In Block Eight (I) ., 1 V12. pursuant to an election held more than twenty-Ore (tl%' ) flJ7 i'j'I1r,9 '
of the South Florida Railroad Com on February 4th 1(11 'shalL be abol.Ished. of the duly,qualified electors : : .
panya Survey ef the Town. of KIsImmee ., cancelling all authority Issue. within said Special Tax School \
City Florida eeoordlna to bond. pursuant to such election and and that It I. desirable and to
the Official Plat of aald Additionon order. :- '; Interests of said Special .ie.:
file In the office of the Clerk of I. Whether or not the following: District to acqulrs. build. '
the Circuit Court of Osceola County. scribed territory shall be created Into nlsh and otherwise:\ Improve.. %
FlorIda. special road and bridge .district\ ,, to- and school rounds ''for-the : \ L -
-"ptl. .s wit) i use 1)1 the publla free*.. .
All of Fractional Section Thirty- All of Township TwentyfiveSouth. said Special Tax: .. School 1
Three (U) lyIng North of Shingle Range Twenty-seven East! that, bonds of srfch" district <
Creek (as It now runs) being tb* of T.hah..He.\J..ldl.an..IQ.: : OsceoU'County <- Issued (or such purposes. ..- '
Fractional North half at said Bee '
Florida.' .
THEnEFORK -BK1- :
HOW ,
In Township Twenty-five (2SBeuth > .
tlon. Th. prop..eca location and. ,ideserlp. h. C
of Ransre Twenty-nine ell) tlon of tbe. roa.6s and bridges to be u.1\1.tructton In Count/and ,,<).. FJb jr.iF-0vr ) .

):a.t. Containingftt, . acres, nor coiatr<:eted te- be a* followsr: .Com. tr. FI..I.... at this tbe first ,
:
u.r.less..-' i- /M t- .ii t- hienolng at fh. :'NerttV..boundary ol said Board after the receipt
the- terms.lof the final 'decreiInforesald Township Twenty-fivei (SI)' Bo"th'l titian that bond In.the sum

the property above descrlb Range Twenty-aeven (IT) East! five Thousand Oft.OOO.OO) '.
led .. Description A will be sold firsfto Section Un..b.t.n Sections Two (2)) required for, the purpose of
satisfy the amount due under theI.cree and Three,-(I),'. run South along the bulldlnr. .*nlarrlns. ,
and the property .described ai. Section lines (between'Sections Two
otherwise
I Improvlair ',
.1 Description B will not be sold unless (I) and Three (I). Ten' ((10)> JUKI Eil"| V Svfcnol" ",ouD4. tort lbs ;
she said property described as Desorlp ,n.III). Fourteen ((14) Lad 'Fifteen 1 of the public tree Schools .... f
lion A doss not brine & sufficient sun OJ. Twenty-two (II)- d-'l'went"'l Special !Tax School District ,. ,
I to pay the decree'. including costs three (H). Twenty-six (Z4) and Twen ceola County Florida, -' PQ'Q6Reiygc
Thl. ..h. 2nd day of May. A. D.I III. ty-seven (IT). and Thirty-four (14),, desirable and to.th i best j .Illi. I
ELLIS F. DAVIS. and Thlrtyvflve (II) : thence beglhalnii: I .id'DI.trlct.th.t aald. bonds
Special Master In Chancery. at the Southeast corner of Section 14'' and that said bonde shall be
KRIBBS A HTHKD. of said Township and Range, run nomination of' One, Th .
[Hollcltora for Complainant. 11-4 thence West along the County line., 000.00) Dollars each. .. .
same being the Southern! boundary of utlvely from One '(1) to ,
:NOTICE) OF MASTFJfS SALE.NotiCC aid Section 84, to a polwt forty (40) (15). Inclusive., said bonds to
rod. West of-Southeast corner of Sec.tlon terest at no more than six
Is hereby irlven that under end II of said Township and Range; cent per. annum payable !
,.
liy virtue of a flnal decree of foreclosure run thence due North to the. Southwest until paid and that said .---- ---- -.- j ;" -- -" -. -_._-
made by the Judge of the Seven corner of the East half of East half of mature and become due and

teenth ,Judicial lrcult of Florida trjinil Northeast quarter of said section thirty (10)) years from date STATEMENT I school grounds for Uie exclusive use of Carpet, Centipede, and Blue Couch. 1,
ror Osceola County. In a certalrnus thence du. West forty (40) rods to the cipal apd Interest to toe \ ( the public free schools within the said St. Augustine is
< < therein pending; wherein George terminus of said proposed( Improvedroad. HanoveV National Baiik ,.. : under Section 32. Chapte'r'6696 Special Tax School District. Only the grass probably the
W. Fox was' complainant. and: J. W City. New Tork. and *. Florida, showing the amount duly qualified electors of said District least affected by cold of. any of these. -. :
Miller. Jr., as Administrator of the estate TOGETHER bridges which It HE IT KUHTIIKR charged to the Tax Collector i who are freeholders shall be entitled
of -3. W. ,UI1'r. deceased. MarlocIt may be flecesaftry to construct over. any this resolution be ntered. Couty Florida. to bsi col to vote. The said bonds shall be of the The farmer who starts\ his fced-for- J
Miller. Oscar Bass, also known a. creeks crossing said roads.' Hald roads records of the County Board or the current year. A. 1% T'Z2. I denomination of One Thousand (It.001 .- livestock the \
Hull Bass, J. M. Duncan aa Trustee In shall not be leas than nine (II) font In Instruction of O.eco1a apportionment of time seine t ) |I ...) Dollars each shall bear Interest crops early1n growing
Bankruptcy of the estate of Hull Baas,; width. ail, be constructed of any hard- and that the same funds for which taxes. hav I lit a rate of not more than six (4%) Reason is co-operating with nature; ;
Th ft. John. Cattle COmpAny. a cor- surface material. which the Board, of each week for i'u:: \ ied. \ I per pent per annum payable aeml-an- he lets these crops grow up with the I
oiatlon. anti (}-orpre W. Mann were County Commissioners shall deem suitable In The Klsslmmee Valley ( ... ........ of fonntr Tts4.. nually and shall mature and become summer and for that reason they will
ri"iils. I. nil Special Master appointed for construction nf liardnurfnceroadn newspaper of genera) .. .. ........ let A. IOK.VKUAL >. 111:12. due and payable thirty ((80) years aft do best. .
In said cauao linve takenthnriro Maui bridges ahall be constructed I llHhed In said Special Tax I er date. both principal and Interest being ,
or nnd will offer for sale beforethe of pin.. and cyprcso ninety ((90 pr) I trl<<'l. Ansessed.IM,66l.:X'' payable, at the Hanover National
Court House Door In Klsnlmmne, per cent. heart mate)'lal, the flooring Passed and Adopted this Collected -. _______d la.I1M-56 Hank of New York City. New York. Last season all citrus-production "
Florida, durlnir thu lirnl KOIIIH of sale. 10 lie with boards not less than two I May. A. I). 18Z8 1L.&I p All aa provided In a certain reaolu- records were broken! in Florida and ,
on June the 4th.. 1.13. to the highest (I In.) Inches thick I Chairman County Bon rd. o a. to he Collected__-14.66181. 1 flini\ of the County Board of Public Instruction careful estimates compiled by Statis- .-
nnd beat bidder for cash \the follow- The mount' estimated as toeing necessary structlon. 0.c.01.'olnt,;" COUNTY ROAD of Osceola County. Florida .
lug described real estate In OsceolaCosnty. to pay for the construction'ofaid (REAL) .. ",, Asavmned -_ _--_-.11I.8f\1.17\ l I |I">SHed and adopted the 14th day of'Ikliv. tican Fleming! show that prospects

Florida to-wlf All, of the road and bridges I. the turn nfKlKht Attest: C.::: P.. YOWKLt' Collected ..:...-:.-...-.-.-- .9,4n.15 A. I). 118. said resolution being (,r the coming season are even better .-
NKV; of NW'4 and the NW >? of NKVinnd : ) Thousand c.hO.IIOO.tlOOo".ra.. Secretary ('hllnl!' Honril of ? published In connection with the noticeof ban they were a year ago.
fractional\ NE'4 of NBH of 14. ctlor the cost of such lonntructlun In lie paid struttlon lisccola Count, to ho Collected --- .- -17,1888! i" "cll<;>n. The poll' will be open at .
J 8. Township 15 Houth. Hunire" *n Plantnnil by Issuance. and sale of bonds. FINE A FORFEITURE I S clock) a. m, and close at sundown. The for .
also the 8K <4 of N\\ "', and SVt Tht' place for holding: Bald election Assi-Hsud - _$2,631.80 II. N. Bratton S. L. Lupfer. Jr.. and EC outook tntrnd production :
of NK", of said Hectlon K Tiiwnshll'. In said territory shall he at Mulberry \\HKHKAH. the County Collecttd __ _.__ 2,101.75 ). Vans Agnew have been appointed on gen.erl fruit farms .is '"
15 South. Hans SO Kant, And bclnnthiraim ., Hlnk. and the Inspectors and Clerk appointed Public Instruction In and -- Inspectors. for said election. better tis year 10 far than last year,
lands conveyed In the aalil, .1 \\ for siild. election! are: J. A. Mlnnlck. County Florida. have this J to ho Collected_ .__.151J. .OC H\' order of the County Board of and even for the average .
Miller by L. H (Cohonn et ux. Oct. A,. H. J Schmidt J. E. Parrlnh' Inspectors and adopted a certain SPECIAL PUBLICITY Public Instruction of Osceoln County. year,
111(1 Ira Wetherbee, ..t ux. May SUtli and It (I. Hancock. Clerk herein It appears that a |> Assessed____ _IZ.AltSC Florida H M KATZ. according to Statistican Fleming.
J818. James K. Hllllard.it ux. April The, polls at said election will be open been flied with said Board. !! Collected.! _____-__ 2.10J.7I 'Chairman County Board of Public Instruction. Verily there wi be plenty to eat In .1
27:1:. 1211. end'Myrtle' IlsMBey. et. vlr,. from 8 o'clock A. M. until- sun downof more than 25 per cent of \ Osceola County. Florida. the good of'Florida. nother :j jy.r.
Feb I8th. UC. bv needs recorded respectively the name da) qualified electors I to be C"oll""t..II.'II17.06 (SEAL) .-
In J>..41 Books 11. pane If; By order of the Hoard of co..ntr elal Tax! School oft. ltD'koI: QENEI.LAI.SChOOL.: f Attest: C. E. YOWELL _ l.
Hook "BB." 'page K8A, Honk 46 p"tre' Commissioners, passed. 1 May 7th! County "Florida commonly A. i-ss.-d,_,_S2,37S 9t Secretary. County Board of Public InstructiOn '.
,,8* and 10. In the office of the Clerk olIbe f J. I.. OVERHTRKBTtAs the KlHslmmee Districtfor Collected.-,-:-'7'42.0" 6S Osceola County. FlorIda... If the women of a Cew'cmmu.I. .
Circuit Court .of.Osceloa County,. Clerk of Board of Count Commissioners pose nf a"1ulrlnc.ulldln<; .. 1 v t .. _. 2I-6to tiesin eleven Florid. counties- cut .1
I ..Florida to all of which reference iiI for Oaceola County Florida furnlKhliiK and otherwise r' to ".. Collected._MO.141,3 save. $?,OOQ. in .couple of months by ;
.ald linds and 22-St 'SCHOOL- DIST. No. 1 COTHMON'SENSEBy
I here mad., all of tying buildings and school RURAL
b"lnIn Oaceola County, Klorlda. Deed ---- exclusive use. of the public rr. Assessed_._--.-$2782.11 making their own hats under the direction

I at cost of purchaser .MARTKR-S SALK! within the gald J3pe9Ul. Ta ! Collected, . _. ...,..._. __ -.....OS Spuds Johnson of homo demonstration experts .
LHWI8 O'BRYAN. how It be that 1"
X Xe' important must-
Special alaeiter-ln Chancery.<< Under and bjr' virtue of a decree of WHE'n&AJiI".ID*_ .ff-- \.*. .;:! : erT6llectedr.I440J:: ; : The fact cannot be dented that this ,work would taken to the

PLEDGER pera-that*>t e_.- oO- OOLDIT. No. a preen lawn don't help to grow cropsof b. I
U.1tIn on July Itth. 1922. by the Tlon. hcmes of all the women of ths
[Solicitors for Complainant. trAct .fA. the sum oL *.. A..e..e4.85U.00
Charles O. Andr....... Judge of 1h5'Cit. sand (f'5.000.00) Dollars are- Collected 166.64 corn, or cotton, or pennuts, or tomatoes state. ;

the Circuit Court for the Seventeenth. cult Court In and for.Osceola Couuty. for the set forth In f:1'T" or orangei. But at the same .1
Judicial Circuit of the Flats of Florid Florida. ln--. C..allrr..n-. certain tion and purposes said .resolution. to be. Collected________!tl .!< time I have come around to the idea '

In-and for IMalntlff Oscsola County.William James O. Ken.B_ John cause''Wilson.In said EdwInR.Court; pending WIlsoN wherein and 0.A. : fixes thereon the and rate the of time Interest when to SCHOOL Assessed.DIST......_No..-.I.'l..II'I that men can grow these or any other Little Mother.t Ua Again i .
Ltoplrr.
vs.
Defendant. Damages 1160000. Notice Lemfnon .. executors of the last cipal and Interest said Collected 4 ,--T-r- 1.8Ii.TII crops with a' keener appreciation of _
"
.y. of Institution of Suit and Summons will and testament of Thomas Wilson becomodue.and: payable. them, if he spends 'a reasonable pore ,"For the 'past 'years 'i' have

to Apnear.. The State of FloridA deceased E. Donegan.were complainants Pat'Johnston. and Klsslm->Arthur NOW.: THEREFORE It 1s to be SCHOOL Collected.-._-..-..'UI.1. tion of' his time around a'' home. .that been very much distressed with bloat .
DIST. No. 4 ,
to William Stats -Bank.0. Kenney Building., No. (00 Lanslna American ; mee Cattle-. Company Ous No,... I and day thatan of Jane election A. D.be 1.held... to on Assessed....,._....$.....II is adorned with Teen lawns. ing and. stomach trouble due to; eonstipaticn -, .

MIcKliran. and-to all whom-It may concern William '8. Potter were defendasts. the whether or not there shall Collected ........-.... "ill.tl And then there is nnotber reason since Ia.. a child." No
.
Undersigned will offer foe sale and sell
: 'Notice-is hereby given that a sail by said district bonds In !! for my mentioningthis subject cf medicine gave me more than temporary
to the highest and best bidder for cash. to be .colI' 't..in.__ _
In the Ninety-five Thousand ( < < |.1I.87 1 that ,
by attachment wa. Instituted In front of the Court House' door,. InKlsslmmee I .. SCHOOL DIST. No. I.' green lawns and that reason Is relief I got ao bad I was afraid
above entitled court, said forth.cauae The being Cult Fl....".. between the legalboutS the lars as provided therein In said set Assessed..v.$211.72 my women folks do their work at tbe I would have to leave my three little,
entitled above set purposes
as ,
embraces the Interest of the saidWil- the of pale>on the described 4th day of realties-June. election only the duly Collected..__...._... ..(4.:II house and have to see the lawnles" children. But since taking1 a course >
111. following
liam (3. Kenney In Lot I of Block 21.according ,. tats situate In said Osceola County, tors of said Special Tax to be Collected$117. yard whether I do or not. of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy two

of Klsslmmee to the Plat Park.of Osceola the subdivision County -- Florida to-wlt: f'AU said who election arc freeholders shall be held shall at SCHOOL DIST. No.- B You know, folks, it'is time we were years ago \ have been entirely well; ,

Florida, and recorded among the of Sections eighteen (III). twenty son building In Klsslmmee. Assessed_I1A4\ .1< giving more thought to the things no constipation or other trouble..

..Tecords of Osceola County, Florida In (10)( ). and twenty-two thirty (10)(II) ). all twentyeightIS of section said District and the polls Collected 125.00 which please the eye and to helping It is a' simple harmless preparation
; '
Plat Hook I at page 41.; and also the thirty-two (52)) except the Northwest at I o'clock a. m.. and the to-be CoU"ct..dhUII.38 the eye see things pleasing. I don't that removes the catarrh mucus
close at sundown H. N
.Yollowlnir''Work horses personal and harness property; 1 2-horse via I I. quarter of the Southeast quarter of Lupfer Jr.. and ti. U. Vans SCHOOL DIST. No. 7 mean that we should neglect: th; from the intestinal tract and allays .(
said section ; and all bf section thirty- ... Assessed_$354.K things which please and satisfy the which -
agon; i mowing piachlne; 1 hay rake; four In 18South. appointed Inspectors at the inflammation causes practically ,
(24)-.all being
1" plow: 1 harrow and 1 let of tools I ana Range tl Bast. Township: It Is further ordered that Collected _.__.__ 8U.n] stomach but I do mean! that there are all liver and intestinal '

'arm Implements located on "the North- JOHN S. CAPEL for election shall be to be C'oll..ctrdn"i other things to think about and work stomach appendicitis.- One
rest quarter of the Northeast quartet each week for four .. .... $16 8] aiment.
31atSpecial Master In Chanceryla !,. DOAD DIST No I I
nd the East half of the Northeast In The Klsslmmee Valley ( convince or money
Assesned________ __ for.I zuoa.
unrtc-r of the Northwest of newspaper' published In 'D.8'.78 the other week ovcf
quarter ef spent a day Z Jaober. drug *
Clre.lt Ceart. state Florida cyi
Collected ___ _____._ 7,184.61 ,
Osceola County. Florida and n and
rctlon twenty- .
twenty-five Township .
HeveateeBth Judicial ('Irealt. O._ .- at Gainesville looking aroanttOI1I"state ,
Ix South. IlanKe IB East of TallahasMeridian .- n..w.pappr' general "'
.... Osceola County. FloridA. ('...ty. .. C'ba.c.ry.Charles lished In said Special Tax 8 to be C..II..et..d.2.511.11 university a part of which is 1. ... ... .
on are hereby cummandrd to be and H. Grantham. Complainant, trict. + ROAD DIST. No. 8. the experimental\ station. Onejof; themany ". : : ::;: }

l'I,.-..r In the above entitled cause on vs.Ola . It I. further ordered that Assessed__..--. _-$.OO1.45 things/which attracted me was H ij"4 Jltl" '!
B Grantham. DefendantIt
he 2nd day of July A. D. 1922. Wit- man and Secretary of the ,, Collected .........__ XB.86t.CI It
)h '
nppearlnir affidavit appendedto After these
) some plots. looking: .
'less the Honorable C. O. Andrews nnFudnre rue and publish notice of ..* green '
the bill filed In the abovestatedcnune to. be 'CoiIsoede..x".r.ft.1iI.$1: *al1d Prof. W. E. Stokes "
of the above Court and my nnnv1 In accordance with this over nSklnpj
that Ola B Cmntham. the dafendant '
ns Clerk thereof. on this the Bill day ol therein named Is a non-real- order and tbe law. of the ROAD. DIST No.3 all about them I came away pretty

April,'A. I). ISM: J. L. 0"r8Ir."t.CI..rk dent of the State of Florida and Is aresident Florida. A..e..c.LuuH.525.41 well cohvinced that old lawn i i'l'
of the above Court. Done and ordered this Collected :_-_______ __ 2.D56.75 my
of Douglas Oeorgla, that she
going to get attentionfrom me rather
(Circuit Court Seal) May A. D 1921. H. M
Johnston & Garrett la over the age of twentv-one yeara.; Chnlrmnn. Board of Public 1 to he Collected__-_ __11,6680 than neglect and destruction. f
It Is therefore ordered" that thr baldnonresident
SPBCL O(}. \)
10-101 SHAD Ooceola Count \
Counsel for (
Complainant.. ) I to that it gets plentyof
defendant be and she la Attest C. E. Aaieaned _ ____8211.187.117 am going see
: TOWEL: -
NOTICK OF KI.BCTIOX. her, by required ti> n|'pinr to the .bill Recrrtarv. Hoard of Publlo ? Collected n--______ 11.017.11 water during the dry season and Electric
of complaint filed In aald cause on or .
of Osceola County. Florida. tobacco dust every time the chinch Stears' ,
.hi foreMonday, the 4th day of June A.
Notice la hereby given than an eli. c- ,. ) to be ColI"cl..d.U.170.f\8. bugs show And I've already scattered "
D. 1923:: oIl rwlse the allegations of TICK ERADICATION up. te. l=rALCcokrcoch.esndWat.rbtile
tlon will bf held In the Yest l.nke said bill will NOTICE BOlt IMJB LI( it well rotted stablem
Hthool 110.....'. Osceola County. ., Florida. be taken as confessed by Aa ewieci-ii-i...J--__H.BlfijttS over som .-

the same being In Special. Tax SrhoiilOlatrlctNo snld It In defendant further ordered that this order- SerIal-, Vn.-Ole f Collected _..___.._-...__4,;_64._81 lrc, at the rate of about three Don't waste time trying to kl these pests f

A, otherwise known its Ihr- be published once a week for Four Department of thF,j Interior. ( 'to be tons to the aero with powders, liquids or psrtmsntslpreparations. .
Collected------$1tc.63 '' .
Union Center Dletrlet.determine Monday, June "on..cutl.ek.. In the KlaslmmeeVulley Office at Gainesville May 1st A. I'). JUI If you are thinking about stalting .tt '
26th. A D. IBIS, to who. shallserve I Better than TraUMaoe. ,
IBISNOTIOI3 for Uee-
Gazette, a newspaper publishedIn J. L. OVERSTRFBT: a lawn yourself, you will make no Ready
school trustees of saId district -
as snltl. County and State.This . Is hereby grlvfn Clerk Circuit Court. of the follow- I' box. 15ox. box,
the mistake by trying 1
for the two years next after Uth day of April. 1911 ., MaKval nf Klsslmmee.I Osceola County Florida. any I
election, and to further determine thenumber J. U OVKRBTRESrr > on I lieccmber 8ft. 118. made OI ing grasses: St. Augustine Bermuda "SOLD IYIRYWKEAEr .
of mills of district school tax Clerk Circuit Court Entry. No. 01 094. for Lot : .

the to t>. levIed and.collected- -.r,aanually. .*.. .\ J*.for.' (Clrcolt-'Court' B.al.)'. "" ,<; .. ./ 24. Township 19 S.. Range ( OFMEETING..$ -- -- -- .- . _: .
aald-two Tears. 14 W. NEI. ON. lahassee Meridian has filed .
The. following persons are hereby Intention to make ,. H. HAROLD M P. SIMMON EH, A- HORRISON.a
Solicitor for Complainant !20-Bt !'.: STOCKHOLDERS OF THE HUME Vice President
Appointed to serve as Inspectors. and to establish claim to the TRADINO COMPANY and to ., .
clerk Mi said election: O. ... Austin. J. described before Clerk
It may concern: NOTICE IS lauectiddes Poultry Soppni ;
'
NOTICR OF ELECtION
H. Smith. C C. Uaas Inspectors: Fred
at Klsslmmee. Florida, on the GIVEN that on the SSth day B.t Fe SpaJC
Harvey clerk of June. l 2t.Claimant AD.. 111. at ten o'clock A. Fair$ Prompt SPAsk -
Public Instruction Notice Is hereby given that an election Go
By order of the Board of name. as wltn... : of ,
stockholders
meeting of the
of Osceola County. Florida will be held In Special Tax School Mart Hunt of Klsslmmee, Your Neighbor-He Knows .
: Trading Company will be I
this 14th day of May. A. D. 19JS. District No. 7, otherwise known a. theMulberry of -pU
R. J Johns Klsslmmee. the office of the Company In ( LATEST PRICELISTS F
Sink Special Tax School DI.- "GET !
.
H. M. Katz ChairmanAJfest Jessie Mao-scard. of ... .. : .. at .
of Johnston A Qarrett. MJVJ1NG.
: C. a Towell. Secretary 14-Gt trict.4. A. Osceola I'). 11 County at the Florida' Mulberry.., on June Sink Willie Nettles. of WM ..S.. .* ; . Osceola County. Florida. E O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO..Jak! 'U. -

School House to determine who shall ; Is called pursuant to reM -
26t Acting "
of the Board of Directors of
NOTICE' or APPLICATION SlOE TAX serve as school trusteee of said district '
for the two next alter the pi.ssed at their meeting .
DICED years XOTICK TO ()J\I f .
Ilrd and I. for the of
election. and to fix the number of millsof purpose

Notice Is Hereby Given That Adele district school tax to be levied andcollect..d I. Ceart ot the Cetaatr.". : nK"the sale actions of the of the demand Directors.notes

P. Katx, purchaser of Tax Certificate annually for the said twoyen ('oa.t,.. Mute mt and a certain sale of BASS CONSTRUCTIQfcCOMPANYSCONTRACTORS ;
company
No. loo, dated the 7th day of Au..u..t.A. ra. :
D. 1916 has filed Bald certificate In The following persons are herby appointed In re Kstate of W. C. Bass stock of said company in-
To all Creditors Legatees the stock of the com
; capital
to serve as inspectors and '
office and has made applicationfor
my ,
and all Persons having the name of the com
tax deed to issue In accordance. clerk at said election ; AND BUILDERS .
with law. Said certificate embracesthe J. A. Mlnnlclv.. (]. Hancock. John Demands agaInst said : .. ; the principal office and
following described property. sitUated Schmidt. Inspectors; B F]. Haven clerk. Tou. and each of you business. Increasing the au- . .
In Osceola County. Florida to- By order Board of Public Instruction. notified and required to d amount of Indebtedness of WOOD, BRICK, STONE, j .
wit: Osceola County. Florida. April .. A. D. claims and demands which .. and for the purpose of
either of have ... such other and further STEEL STUCCOs
111 H M. KATZ. Chairman. you. may J -
8R44 Of 8HH4 of Section 1, Township .. ,
estate of W. C. Bass before the meet-
27 Houth. TUng 19 EastThe ;: Attest: C E. Towell Co. Supt *Il-6t See Klsslmmee, Osceola County as may come N. F. BASS JACK BASS ,.: .,

said land being assessed at thedate the undersigned .& | of A. D. 111. 515 Sprenl
of Issuance of said certificate In the Ilrd day May. 322 Royal Street j <<
|
the name of Ellsworth Trust Company.Unless In the County Judges Court Oceania estate, within two years from Eugene C. Bryan. President. [,' .,( 4. t.4. Ael.e'

said oertlfloate shall be redeem County. Florida. In the matter of the Itereef.. Ml C. Bryan, Sec'y. AiTr.a.a'r."ff . I l t\\

ed according,to law, tax deed will I.. state .f Henry W. Corl deceased. Notice Dated WALTER March 17th.C. A.BASS D j i \ ...d.. *,'t-U-( .. .__._____. ._ ". . J --. -. .. ". -
sue thereon the .11th of June, of Application for Discharge of U
on.. day ALL WHOM IT MAT H-tt Klsslmmee, : 1I'O'nf:.' or 1GL'EC'W'11I. mol !
A. Sixeentor. TO .
D. 1U.-$. Clark'3.L.OVERSI'REET.: Circuit Court CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given by (I TAX, HOOIO ntmticr NO.' fJ ) h" P : : J
$ DA. ;
or
NOTICR SSttBAUKATiON
Oeoeola .County. .Florida. the undersigned as'executor of the .. : 1IIolO4 o ,, l r .
(Circuit! Court. BeaU u.n tats of Henry W. Corl.- d.eeaeed. thaton *.* *44-! t qht ; 1 .
!: the Ilk dar of June.-A.: D. lilt, the Notice Is hereby given that I. .,.W' given iio .I_

I' '."" 0.' und.r.lgnedwill present his final report of County. Commissioners.' In %>e held In the wn..on u- licensed fcaeral !
to the Judge of the above c.urt Oeweola COu"t,.. Florida will fclsslmme*. Oc eOlL. County ,, Dkdor'E
'* .......Uon board at Its ... being Special Tax S, .
tae
blNOTICIII hereby given that, .sealed and apply for his discharge aa Executor same .. ,- r
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY MAY 25. 1928 .
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M r T '.: \, "I ;IN SOCIETY'S' REALM I DR.ADDRESSES C, A,. VINCENT CHAMBERHigh TJBtE: : ,:J.A.ST ..A.N"X: >> FzI .a.L.: AL9L:: : : ,


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;'.,"'. ;' WITH HONOR' MRS TEA, ANGAS School Senior Class I THE END I IS NEAR

The home of Mr. and Mm. R.;,M. Guests At Luncheon At ,
Angas in Cape Breeze was the scene I
. t.f a most delightful tea' on' Friday Wednesday's MeetingDr.

afternoon honor of her given mother by.and Mrs.sister Angas, Mesdames In- . Clarence A.Vincent; r of : If you can't come. today come Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or .any

'. of C.Miami A. Carson, guests and and at dining C.her E. Dunaway home.room- the Winter First Park Congregational, was the speaker church at the of. day next week This Big. Clothing, Furnishings and Shoe SALE ..Ends

.The living room Wednesday

ere were, and decorated throughout with! the lovely afternoon cut flow-the Osceola Chamber, and High of 'Commerce the School graduating were meeting: guests class! of of SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 26, AT 10:00: P. M.

guests hovered around the tea table and the rhnmber. -
perfect bi! itt appointment which Professor D. B. Shaver A. Treat, ->\\mtt-i SAYINGS ON EVERY ITEM. ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED THIS SALE
'-...,. .. was Bullock presided Dora over Lee.by H.Mesdames C. Stanford S. 11., Park.. Mayor also attended J. as a guest of Un I READ\ [VERY ITEM QUOTED BELOW.[ DOLLARS .

R,.G. Minick and J. W. Tucker, who commercial body.
different The large number of members and j

I .hours poured sandwiches as hot the and and guests cake cold came.tea were at served Delicious by visitors a very good who were and inspiring in attendance talk.heard Dr. MEN'S SUITSPalm LADIES, HERE IS WHAT YOU HAVE LADIES' AND MISSES SHOESExtra

:Misses Ada Wagner. Margaret Stanford Vincent laid stress upon the fact that
BEEN WAITING [fOR
Elsie Norton, and Mattie Belle cpportuhities of today are as greatas / the Beach Suits in grey, tan and broWn.\ Special One big lot of Ladies' and
time in the history of
Harris. at any V Misses' Patent Strap Pumps. This fine
During' the afternoon, about seven- country, and that opportunities in Regular: $15.00'alues; ,5 Just received shipment of
During the afternoon about ...eventftve )'- Florida exceed<< at present those. to l>e During Sale _____ D 1 eWe a Pump would really go fast at this Sale if
guests called and extended greetings found in any other ntate. lie has visited we were to mark them fS.OO; but because
Mohair'Suits In black, and neat pin stripe White Kid Pumps
to the honorees former resident all but one of the other state we have promised you the biggest bargainsthat
o* Kisslmmee who receive a warm and made that statement a* his opin- regular $20.00 values $ '16 ",5'1'ake and heels. Low have ever been offered you in this vicinity -
welcome on their vsiits. ion after looking them all over andstudsing them for, each In low high ,
the trend of national events. we will give you
DINNER BRIDGET "The time of opportunity in Floridais Worsted Suits in light and dark colors heel white ttBi J 95 your choice at, per pair $1 _95

_ AT STEED HOMEMr. right now!" he said.- "A few years also blue, with heat pin stripe. Every! Suit pumps wow p

and Mrs. W. J. Steed entertain- ago before the, brick roads were laid ba been. read! to fit perfectly and 'five Indies Plain and, Beaded Satin StrapPumps.
the visitors were few, today they are White C
.d at dinner and bridge at their homeon legion We perhaps do not appreciatethe ;trod: satisfaction. This great range of High heel < 95 The colors are black and<< brown

Clyde avenueFriday/ night in honor things we have and the opportunities ; Tropical Worsted Suits sell regularly for Kid Pumps now_ *pv. only. These Satin Pumps sell regularlyfor .
of Mrs. C. A. Carson color and scheme Mrs. C.in of which we should make the 26.00 and $30.00. You) will find this offer $6.95.. During tills

E.yellow Dunaway., enhanced With by a cut flowers, the them most, and because take we them are too too much close as to a to be ,exceptional. $19 95 Sale the price will be... $5 5

scene was one of beauty and frag matter of course. By proper cooperation During this Sale, at :MEN'S: SHOES and OXFORDSOne
rance. Dinner was nerved in courses Ladies black and brown Oxfords, with lowor
realization going
xt small tables with four congenial and we are Three-Piece Tweed Suits in light grey and lot of Men's black and brown Oxfordsand
heels worth
to make Florida one of the greatest high $6.00. Every woman
guests at each, while candles lent a business states in the world. !No state fancy mixed Tweed. We can't say too High Shoes. Not all sizes In this lot. should investigate this
homey atmosphere. has the commercial opportunitieswhich much in favor of thin line of Men's Fine The values are up to $6. $4 8' 5
offer. Sale Price, now .
most enjoyable
Following dinner a $2 95
have Suits.!' In fact Suit from this lotj1l
evening was spent at bridge. Mrs. *e now. every Your choice, per pair. ___ _
Dunaway received a set of card table Dr. Vincent laid stress; upon the I ),,' an advertisement for thin ftore. and they Girls' low heel black and brown Pumps and
covers as the guest prize and A. T. necessary concomitants of success for I aye bound to give absolute satisfaction in Men's black and brown Calf Oxfords, in all
French was given a handsome box of 'the Plate. cmphasied the importance -t every way. These suits are regular $2:5.60ulueH. lasts and sizes. Regular $5.50: values. Oxfords regular 5.00 $ 3 95
of education that the will of rellers. Sale Price now _
for the highest score. have choice i
randy You
can our
hnethem
You )
\ can
in addition to Mrs. the people is king and that the king $4.45
J The guests, $ 1 4 5 for ] _. __
I for tI i only
Dunaway, honoree, included Me.i .- must not be ignorant. Give our chil- ---------- - - -- -
dames D. W. Alderman, Arthur E. dren the schools they need and the Men's and Young Men's Gabardine Suits: Men's black and brown Oxfords regular
and J'llnnPowell Mr. and best teachers available, he urged. CHILDREN'S EDUCATOR
: Mrs.Donran R. M. Angas, Mr. and Mrs.; JohnS. Along wjth, > educational influence ve 1 hece Suits we show with a great deal of t9.50.Iue*. All styles and sizes. We are
J Cadel, Mr. and Mrs. George I'. must have the moral ones. "If the pride, the styles are the very latest for advertising that every article in the storeis SHOES
Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. people cannot enforce the will of thepeople :Spring and Summer near. Their drape on sale, so we are including' our very
Katz Mr. and Mrs. II. Nelson Makinon it means disaster" he said. },I i'ml' fit are results of d..sil'Tlingniu". finest shoes. Your choice ", Brown Kid and Patent Leather Oxfords and
1 Rev. M. B. Ayres and A. T. Stability of government depends up- 1 hese Suits sellers. $ 65 Pumps, regular $3.00 tC
are regular $30.00 lot _____ & _
French. .. on the will of the majority, and when of this per pairMEN'S $ 3
_ t t : w the majority; of the people have r pok- II During this Sale the values; per pair only____ tI i. r

1 BRIDGE PARTV en the lawn should be enforced." ,.rice is only] ____-; ___ S tI i 3 .9S .
Community responsibility vas another
HONORS 'MOTHERMeldames WORK SHOES
of the important factors of I ,
J. D. Woodbeck anti success! for a city, state, and nation : HEADLIGHT OVERALLS $3.50 Men's Work Shoes, MEN'S WORK SHIRTS
Gardner charming hostesses which he mentioned. The social and
George were $2 85
.
_ 1 men they entertained Friday health conditions are of paramount I Min'x Headlight/ Overalls!' Known; as the now, per pair __..__ __._ 50; Dozen Men's Blue Chambray Work
I afternoon and evening, at bridge in importance. Religion must supply l I. >-t. You can. have them *;,.OO Work Shoes, Shirts; all sizes. You can have

honor of their mother, Mrs. B. L. Dixon motive to tarry on the march of pro I for, per pair uu_ h $1 9S now, Mien's _. ._ . $4.25 jour choice while the last, forTraveler's 69 C
who is laving( soon for her home Qresft. The only hope of the community
in Michigan. The scene of the party is in its religious life w h<"-e J,
was on the large screened porch of it has a reverence and faith, anti l n 1I -- .
the Woodbeck home where the play- love which makes the individuals find I
.J, trig tables were placed. Cut flowers their place in the day's work where
and potted plants brought additional l I tJwy; can best help the welfare of .the KISSIMMEE FRED GILBERT FLORIDA
beauty to the scene. community. That money becomes not I u uIthe : ?
Mrs. H. C. Plano made the highest only for 't the one who makes it but .

core and was awarded' a silver tea helps to put everyone farther up. ;. .
tile, and Mrs. D. W. Alderman, second Business rightly conducted, proper attention -- \ .
-received: an embroidered guest to church home, school and : : -
towel. Mrs. H. M. Katz scored low government-and civilization is I<1tfl'. I I"- - ,
and was given a deck of card Theguest Co-operation is the key note of them _. ,
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Mrs. Dixon received an elec- alk_ j ; ,* : -
tric curling iron. Dr. Vincent read two poems he hail luncheon. The word went around BABY "DROWXS iN
In the evening\' came more bridge recently written one "Floriili, Fair ;that at Saint Cloud the chamber had PASTURE POOL
and Mrs. E. D. Katz scored the highest Florida," which is 'published in this +decided to adopt that brand of coffee --
receiving a fruit bowL Roy Star- issue cf The Gazette and the other, I I for its luncheons, and that later a set Little Arlene McFarland twx>--year- -
bird, highest among the gentlemen, "The Call," which he dedicated tr.the of dishes for the chamber had arrived. old daughter' of....Mr. and Mrs. W. C. .
"was given a book and Mr. Coble was Orlando Chamber of Conm-etve!, before . Leo Wilson thereupon made a McFarland, of Limit street was
consoled with a deck of cards. A de- which he recently spoke Roth motion that the local chamber adopt drowned in a pool in 'a pasture near HotelFormerly
I I .1'v Jieious'salad course: was served at the poems with hs! address( were Wilson's coffee and swore be was no her home Friday afternoon when she ,
each party. long and vigorously l applauded. relation to it. Now if history repeats wandered away from the other children
Those present in the afternoonwere Mayor J. A,. Treat, of Winter Park itself in this instance-well, any way playing near by. The ,older
Mesdames Steed, Bullock Cole who accompanied Dr. Vincent was" they adopted that as the official coffee children had gone to the pool to play Newby Inn
Boice, H. M. Katz, E. D. Katz Coble, introduced and made a few approp- I for the luncheons. and the little girl toddled after them.
StarbirdP1.np, Powell, Geiger, Farmer riate remarks declining! to make a I Howard M. Katz thanked the chamber I land brought her back to the house
; Dale, G. H. Prather Alderman speech unless biB wife, or Dr. Vincent, I for ittt having taken the initiativein went to play elsewhere, thinkingthe ,
4 and Pugh; and Misses Bay, Angie or someone else wrote it for him. Dr. urging the five mill school I tax, baby rate in the house! with the ....-
Makinson, and Mayme Pillev. Mrs. Vincent said Mrs. Treat woul 1 always which panned by such. a large majority -j mot her
Dora Lee and Mrs. Paul Stanley came let him go out on a Tip i if h'? aCcompanied in Monday's election. J Mrs.' McFarland lays she suddenlyhad
in aa tea guests. At the evening! party him. an impulse to get up and look
were Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Katz Mrs.rW. L. Galloway, demonstrator The Gazette's 'after the !little one and was unable to I Dining Room Now Open
lob Is
department
. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starbird Mr. andMrs. ,! 's Custom House Coffee, | find her. The children searched< for
equipped to do all kinds of job print-
II. C. Piano, Mr. and Mrs Walter did what other coffee demonstrators!' ling her at the pool, as she nag very fondof !
on short notice and at reasonable
water and they thought she, m'ghr;
Coble, and the honoree. have not done, and "demonstrated"" at (
prices.
I have gone buck. Not finding! her they
._---. -- - - secured the assistance of neighr>orn.Kelieinr .
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| that she must have! fallen

,. IJUUlIUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIi ll llllllllllllllfllflllIlIIlIlIIlIIJllIIIIIIIIIIIIII"" llllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL II II i pin the to pool dive fMl.in search H. G.of Sk-vcr her. Suddenly prepared - REASONABLE RA TESJ.

MJS. W. C. Carr cried 1 to thelothe'r
=-=::I' I searchers; as she found the Iifej -
j several! yards from the pool l
in another deep hole. Dr. Geiger was
summoned and every possible method
Ii jof I rtnuscitation.wafl tried to no a\aii.
I The father was in Humes City and E. EDMONSON Proprietor
Ii. jw j ,.*. summoned, while friends supported .
the grief stricken mother.

The Bank With Safety and Service i :: | They wan prepared accompanied for shipment the body by J.which W. -
I
Thompnon, to the former home in
== the Lew 1st own, Illinois Sunday afternoon.
===I The McFarlandn came to Kissinimee Phone 221 Kitsimmee Florida J JMETHODIST
I = from Went Iowa in
Burlington, ,
,, Ability ===
,. =_== = July of 1921. ,
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and _: CARD'OF THANKS r
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Willingness To the kind friends and neighbor
who so lo\ingly and untiringly minist.red ---
t to Serve SAFETY is the goods we sell a'customer to us in our great bereavement WOMEN'SMISSIONARY FORD SALES PASS THE HALE
a and for the
i many beautiful .
I SOCIETY MEETS MILLION MARK IN 1JO DA
: Service the wrapping with which do flowers sent to one who loved them so
we ,
well ,,
; we extend our heartfelt thanks.Mr. .
=== About twenty-seven ladles gatheredat More than half a million Ford <
and Mrs.
+ DEPOSITS INSURED it up-Courtesy the string with which we Marie McFarland.W. C. McFarland. the home of Mrs. D. G. McKay on and trucks sold in 120 days.
"fl. Bernice McFarland. Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock for the 'I That is the astounding record
tie it. h Clifford McFarland, Jr. literary social meeting of the Wom- established by the Ford Motor f
'- ans' Missionary Society of the Meth- t Ipany, eclipsing all previous tt
Do you like to do business with Bank of POSTAL OFFICERS HITNTFOR odist church. The McKay home looked I and emphasizing more strongly I
a I
"MILK. MANITOBA"When unusually attractive with its decorations ever the right of the Ford to tM '

I this kind ? Then this Bank would like to == Mrs. Sallie .Japes mailed a roses. of potted plants and pink "The From Universal January Car.1 to" May 1 ...!."

I c letter containing 45- addressed to An interesting Ford cars and trucks in the UrI
t do business with you. "Fred Fisher Milk Man" at the Plant out the subject program being:was"Christ carried States reached the enormous total

City postoffice, the newly appointed Casting out Demons Through the 661,644, nearly twice the number
:: clerk thought the "Man" meant Manitoba Evangelistic Center and Through at retail during the same perlCMI
-- = Canada, and put the letter with Itineration." Those taking year ago when the total was 2S3.,
part on
the Canadian mail. No such place Even production
with its
as huge
===- the
program were: Mrs. C. E. Hilton
"Milk, Manitoba" having been found leader Mesdames cilitles now operating on a acb.
by the Canadian postal authorities, Young; Shaver Bronson and Duncan Thorn- in excess of 6,500 cars and trucksday

I the who letter in the was meantime returned had to the made'sender com-, ton. A piano solo, Snodgrass was played by Miss with, the the company unprecedented is nnable dem to'-,i
up
, ;Bank of; O :1 plaint. K.Mesdames T. filler McKay The, O'Bryan hostesses and were Halley April set a new salea record other for m p month has

z : ;( .eolaCounty : 1 HEV.. BACK ALLEN AT CHRISTIAN J. MILLER CHURCHThe .ice the Mrs.cream afternoon.Lane and Paulk cake A acted delicious was as served pianistfor courseof at this cuilve year, just,month and as was In the every which.) thirteenth ales, J

"""""" : regular .morning services will the social hour Immediately following ran over the 100,000 aud 1
? Irr ftf-ir1 f "T
111UU} !: 0'1:9311 ba resumed the Sales daring April
ltour 9.k M. M.r < Sunday morning; at elevenat literary program. ,60,000 Jthan'
,- 10--3 P.1 the. Christian ehureb, with- the pas- Ford ears ua trucks,' the
...twit 1 w "t w ,A "I tI. tor.. eV'. Allen J. illerln the ulplt. The following signs can be purchased were delivered, In 118,28:
month last.yearwhen
,1 df The Christian..Endeavor meeting at at The Gazette office) for lOc each: ',t
6:80 moo wilt be missionary meet- Rooms For Rent Furnished Rooms etwa : ing.tMedica) Mission at ,Home and For"Light Housekeeping: : No Tae.pass .Adv r'tlsing'Ja'otno more'
Abroad." Miss Rhea,Ph.rlco will be ; For lUre; No Smo'tdnCt For anee to a ....rehaDttbaJS.;, PJ

-. ."..,,., on ,>+ sr artJ 'l'th..Iea4er..t s') Bentt For Sal... CI' to/an automobile,i ,- ;
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