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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: June 1, 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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EIGHT GRADUATE AT CHAMBER ENDORSES Eighth Gra"de'To Graduate Mae Winn And Emerson TRUSTEES' ADOPT PLAN MEMORIAL ,PROGRAM
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*:Tonight And High School Squires Win The Medals ,

''BUSINeSs .'COLLEGE SCHOOLTRUSTEESVotes Seniors- On_Monday- ',Night in Declamation"J >ContestSix FOR THE-NEW- SCHOOLSNew WAS:A )BIG SUCCESS.GraveS .

Tonight' will be eighth grade night girls and three boys of Osceola '-'

,Graduation Exercises Held Approval Of Board's The grades members will. graduateinto" of the two the eighth nigh High the School high school competed auditorium Monday in nightat the Primary ,Department Decorated of:Legion. --

Monday At The.Kissimmee Decision .In, ,Matter Of school. finals of the declamation'contest. Two And High School Are Only 'G.,Aat.,.And Confederate
An interesting graduation program were victors, and thereby won the
.&hoolBuilding Feasible Veterans
Structures
School OfcommerceCommencement will be presented at the high school gold tr.edals given by John L., Over- . .' On Wednesday
auditorium at 8 o'clock. Before the street and George T. Singeltary. .' i r .<><>, ._.,
exercises were held The most important mattur 'which presentation cf diplomas ',.and the Mae Winn,changed "may win'1 Into That ward schools.are,.out ot': the About five,hundred, people Journey. ..
Monday! afternoon the KUalmmee has engaged the attention of the me m- medal.a program of instrumentsj "did win" among the girls, the judges question with the limited funds avail ed out to ROM Hill cemetery Wednesday
School of Commerce over the: Mer. ben of the'Chamber of Commerce for vocal music, readings and pantomime awarding her the prize after considerable able, and that a new primary depart afternoon to Attend the Memorial
chants and Farmers Bank for eight some time came up at Wednesday's will Uk Place, with a play "No Girl difficulty in reaching a decision ment and a new high school: are the Day .x.rcla..t..th. :American Legion
graduates of this term's course two meeting. This important subject Admitted," in which there are fo-or for her declamation "While only possible new buildings which can \ with whom the' G. A. R. joined
of whom had finished their work' and was that of the1\plans for new school boy and four girl characters.: j Breakfast Waited" the Otto B Sengs be built to meet the 'needs when the in commemoration of the day The
already accepted position buildings after the bond election carrles . Sunday' morning Dr. W.. H. JOresch dialogue between two owners of adjoining school bond election carries ',on June spirit of the occaaion'wu: enhanced
Those who received .diplomas yesterday on Saturday, June 16. will preach the commencement. sermon farms who were predestined 16, was the unanimous opinion of the by the presence! of Confederate. vet-
were' Misses Sara Garner Bell As told elsewhere in this Issue the at the high school, auditorium' by relatives to merge their property school' trustees and other officials'af- terans, .a well .and,,assisted;by the -
of Murfresborp\ ,Tenn.; 'Winifred' Le- board o( trustees- reached a' final ile- All the churches have given over rights through the institution of marriage. .. fur several houl-s planning last Tu.... (izainam..: Troop of...Boy.';'Scouts,
'N. Whid- ciitoq.in their meeting on Tuesday day 'night 'at Superintendent Yow U'. committee from the '..rioaa<
win of Buffalo, Y. Myrtis their, morning services to .this event. She brought excellent: ; expres- < organization -
,don, Leah Herzberg, FarmTJttlefleld night regarding what school buildings ..Monday nightwill come the graduation zion.to the words of her characters, office in the court soue. !'decorated' the'grares of Con
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and Clara Ploeti.: :Miss Martha Or. should be built with the funds provided exercises of the high school especially in some ,of',the ,strictly The1 meeting. was 'attended b"y,'John' federate, G. A, :It;," aDd World 'war
das and Frank Wo dan had, completed by the bonds which will be uuthtT- when: the present seniors ,witli get feminine touches which, she' portray i:7: OVerslreet,' James';M*, Johnston, veterans. The Spanish war, veterans
the course prior to comm neement. ized by an affirmative vote two weeks their ''deplomas--their-high school ed. remarkaMerealienvEnter'' and Fred S.'Gilbert-;, school .trait**,; wtre-invited to'participate'but. n* or*. '
Miss Ordas secured an excellent position hence. :This ..declslon"wa.. to build a career ,will be ended. Judge* C. 'B. son' Squires with EdwardJiverctt .and others whom..Xhey iad Invited toconfer I ganlzfttlon o( that'.bod, I ("the tity. ?
a month ago with the Lake Abstract new primary- school and anew' high Parkhill, of Tampa-/will .deliver., the Halo's '"The Man Without. A Country -' with,the n>7 including, Superintendent Meeting 'at ,Ui. .Cham,,",), of ,Com:: -
,Company been at work since T.V.are.r me. Mr. high school building for the intermediate Last night was Class Night wfth Buckets 1n Mrs. RobbinV "The Sol! Howard Kate,'president of the county I more 'thasi aMmndred ,$a1'll'made the
Woodall made a record in the local grades and for expansion. the seniors and the auditorium was dier's Reprieve." Raymond Tyner board of public instruction, and,JohnS. trip. ,10.the.. cemetery?.f At.e rate

school by completing the .bookkeeping James Johnston, school trustee, packed by the friends of the senior, was the other contestant among the .' Cadet attorney for the'board.'The I' the regulation .formationwaifTinade. !W
course in the shortest period in I explained briefly'what the trustees who heard<< most excellent program boys,-and brought tears tit the eyes question had )been discussed for several ' and .the':-procesiion': .marched the
the history of the institution, and II ,had decided and Howard M.. Katz, which will be reviewed in next week's of many of the listeners in his rapid! months art! it was the desire of circl, where the'exercises were held. '
now in, New Jersey ,of the school board, enlarged upon the issue. and unhalting development of the the trustees to finally settle the matter I' John C. Schmidt, IB "hi-nary-uniform,
Miss. Bell left yesterday for her .subject, explaining exactly why the story of the little woman in the railroad in order that the voters might be) led the march with the color, followed -
home in, Murfrestore but expects to plans are the only ones possible in DRIGGERS AND PREVATT station whose soul pftssed! on able to; know as nearly MS possible : theband and firing, squad. Then
return to Kissimmee in the fall. Miss .the opinion of the trustees who have NAIL RUNAWAY CONVICTS "On The Other Train." what buildings were contemplated I came the Civil war veterans and ladies
Lewin is now making her horn' inKluimm. .devoted a large amount of time. .to the The )program opened and closed from the funds to be raised by issuance ,. the American Legion,' Legion
...'fsU ; and Boy Scouts.
other studies at. the school. "Miss I Attorney W. J. Steed evidently place for negro convicts and oth- school orchestra under the able direction have authorized the issue, tho sixteenth "Arriving at'the circle' the ban4 and <
Clara Ploetzmade the highest grades represented the opinion of all the era 'wanted" elsewhere. Last week of Mrs. S. H. Bullock.: Misses of this month. I the assembled crowd joined in singing ?

of any pupil in the school and also members (judging by the vote whicn Chief Driggers caught Nathaniel Saw Margaret Brunson 'and Mae Winn, in Some of the men present were in-J I the national anthem. Then, while the
made the best record J. her studies followed) whert he said, "While I yer, wanted in Haines City, after an Rossini'"Othello," as a piano duet dined to favor the two. ward schools, I band played a;sacred, concert the t.egiomaaire..Boy' >-
of all the pupils Jin Mrs. Hilton's have been' very much in favor of the exciting hunt through banana groves added another pleasing! number and which have been agitated by some, Scouts; ixamwUtees 'I
teaching experience. She has had ward schools I recognize that the and'-tinder porches. The man "'anted'tt MfssoAria Wagner's high school boys' Kissimmee citizens, and :the gentleman from the-G. A. IT. and*ladies; deoerat-
several offers of employment. In 'other trustees are the representatives of the .d a suit case] a suit and, watch glee club and quartette was encored went into the subject! in an op. ed the graves. .'Mrs. J. J.: Overtrtreet
cities, but expects to remain at people in this matter and that they which the' lames. City officials want persistently. en-mined attitude to try and establisfi and Mrs, J. B.: Graves, a.abtect.by..tbe
home during the summer. Miss Lean are in a position to know wref*of ed. This week he Apprehended John The first number of the the policy' 'whIch would be< the best Boy Scouts, decorated the'.grave. of I
JlerzberR' has also been offered .an they' speak. If they find the prima. Armstrong, a negro with a large wad tion contest program by declama-1 for the educational system of the City. seventeen Confederate. veterans buried \
excellent position in Orlartdo. but ry and high school buildings the best of bills, wh oclaims: he had recently 'expression department, under Miss' Adherents >of the two ward schools at Ttose'IIIU. Mesdames/Van'Du-
home duties prevent her accepting j possible plan for meeting the needs: withdrawn: them from the postal savings Margatct Stanford's direction, was I pian had presented several .arguments! zer, Souders, and Flathers, wiih a..........
Miss Little- I of the schools we should get behind Stuart. ,' considera committee of the G/A.< decorated .
out-of-town employment. department at A wire Madge Rivers in the ever popular which were given careful -
field is a recent arrival fiom Alabama them and all co-operate toward 'attain from the Stuart police disclosed the "The Littlest Rebel," by Edward Pe- : tion. The final conclusions, however, five-graves of veterans;Jthatjprga-: ; -
and completed the> boolc-keop- t ino- thnt end. I therefore move tact that the story was imaginary, pie. Her .rendition of the word of were that the disadvantage* of the nization, assisted by the-Scoutiiwhlle:
ing course, while Miss Whidden finished -. that the Chamber of Commerce goon while another from Orlando requested little Virgie Carey, mingled: with the plan so completely ovedwhelmed the I the uniformed.squad and'a dozen oth. '
flowers'andthe
in typewriting. record as endorsing the plans of the .prisoner's company there sterner lines of the two officers, was favorable factors that the ward school er nnalrewplaced' '
lion. Milton Pledger addressed Jhe the BPhoo trustees! and urging the Night Marshal Charles Prevail (tonvmcing.. Irene Spence mode the idea had to be abandoned. American Leglon.rn": l\\ arthograves
graduates at Monday's exercise", (living puecensful carrying of the bond election last week caught an Change county ntfne of the bull fight very realisticin Taking the present enrollment asa of William. Makmson, Nathan -
,
Carton Il4
There several seconds to Bryan and >race;
wore
them gooi advice as to what ti runaway who was serving an eighteen "Sombre" by William W. Story. basis which to calculate they tJar-
upon of the World
the ineUtablv-- the motion an-d when remark! on the months' sentence for grand l lir- Vivmn in light I'ran- clay heroes warA
expect when they meet Floyd, a piece, traced the necessary equipment ,*nd decoration committee r'afterward
discouragements of a business ca subject were rnrlletl for i"\ery speaker (ccnv This negro WHS caught in, the I tes Kilboul ne's "What The"'rrhfcssor fatUities which would be needed Under Legion -
reer. lie made each graduate feel 1 was in favor of the plan. At heard the railroad yards about 5 o'clock Thursday Saw In Elaine! ," brought piobably as normal increase. The first hard went Johns to is Boggy buried,Creek.and placed where
efforts were an vrtfc not a dissentingoice wes nftei escaping at 7.30tho : much reaj expression. tfnd natural Henry(
that her Individual morning ;; jolt to the ward, school plan cutna .In in his honor. .
of the which stems to in i"nte that another night before (from Orange county.JURORS ; I inflection to her flowers
extremely necessary part gieaj voice offettng as was this connection. Everyone a Returning to thq a quartette
triumph for the by cooperation'is
busine-s machine, in which vefyar$ city I exhibited during the evening's p 'of that: the universally accepted idea of composed of W. G. Hankins, U. J.
must function with highest! ,'ram. Theta Phay was especially keeping the primary department, the Burrows) Roy Graves, and Albert
lir> J, A. Sutton hppned tb4 exercises,! President Former appointfd, a publicity JUNE TERM OF COURT; gtod anshe read the lines supposed) to intermediate gradesnd the upper- Sutton "Lend Kindly, Light,"
committee for the bond election! I sang :
number M for be into the tar of the hone
with A large wlnsjk'riHl school in .
prayer. ronftistjng. of J, K. I.upfir! H. C Stanford. most grades and high separate after which Dr. J. A. Sutton made a
resent The haye been whose efforts to of
iner students and friends were following jurors were save theJife I localities was most. advisable. address.which was frequently -
to congratulate the graduates.MM. . and Mrs.-"Willa Steed.. A-'<.further drawn to nerve at the June term of the nan whom, the rider loved, in "As The f two ward ,.chool*< Ajr -primiry patriotic interrupted< applause. He dwelton
Hilton presented the diploma: irotion! was pas ed exp tMSlng county court, which convenes on Monday The Moon Rose." Ellanore Overstieet grades, mean almostr" Immediately theaddition" the .four cornerstones of our '
that the government ;
the of the chamber .
The Kissimmee School of Corn- opinion June 11 : used an inteasttly human "Cutting of three "new teachers, withan "
unity stability expansion
,
second school trustees should consult with G, W. 'Ash ton P. "
its J. Nathan Bryan. From Tom"Sawypr and adorable
merc* ha, just completed was approximate expenditure for sal- and enlargement;:which weredepend
year. Mrs: C E. 'Hilton, the -prmip (the state school officials regard'nlfpeciflc J. Daley, Jno. B. Carlin Alee Ken, in some of the sayings of "BeUy," ,. aries alone, of an amount in the emit on the learning of the wise, the
.l"tiad; 1 been with the'school since its plans for buildings. with s J. M. Roberts, E. S. Roliff, John W. approaching perfection of facial ex neighborhood of "$250Q per year. In of the good 'the ;Justice of
efficient
it from the view toward getting!: the most Barber, J. A. Sutton, Marion L. Tin- Tom's embarrassment at prayers .
origin, having purchased pression in spite of..the increased expense there the eat, and the vaicr.of the brave.
and'economical school facilities. ; ,
forme director/-ay, ago. She- has 'I'II 'I S. L. Lupfer announced that Mr.- dall, C. C. Newton. H. E. HedricV. the moment he spoiled it all. would stili not be relief in the congested These-he ''said, granted:certain,privileges .'
teaofcip trhorVhand and type.wrltlDl' intermediate nor need- ;
been. grades- such holdingofficeand
voting.
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as.
I in K&simmee since 1916and Kinney, had, state stated road that department when the engineer road- NEW CASHIER,00ES{ J J. 'J. .TUCKER :DIED' ed room for high school .athletics having -protectioni to /life! andproperty

has.graduated' a large numberlot pupils crew starts work on the Reedy Creek :, : Some one said the. plans in favor of a called for certain responses,
who are making good in the business section the road will be widened thus' new high school had been'opposed' bo. namely..to. vote ,right i and.uobey. the

world.She .1. particularly obviating\ the necessity of detours, t in : ON THEJOB TODAY TUESU'AYMONING cause a gymnasium was included. laws, and 'implied certain duties 'such
adapted to conducting' a school of this that section. None of the trustees had, ever considered as .f.u pottlng the government, j terv.i .
on'account of her interest in _', I building ; gymnasium and it Is : '
nature t a i InK on juries, /going to .war Jf necessary
'people.. The personal interest which ,N-O-T-I-C-E, ; 1'1 L. E.-FennCnisWith 20 Hctires; ; Monday ApparentlyWell not, now contemplated. in the, tentative ,' and assisting/ in enforcingthe!
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she haa taken in each of her pupils I plans.; > laws of the 'government "Tblvna. ....,
bas been 'a big factor iq the quality To Lot and Land Owners i Years Bank ExperienceTo : But Passes On Some .Taking up the:' question cC. ward tion, said Dr.. Sutton, ha* become the
of work her graduates have been able schools for primary and intermediate nation and will continue to
greatest t
The'ordinances ,-the City of Kis- Merchants-Farmers: Time During The<< Night
in the I II : financial '
to do. That this recognized Rimmee to keep grades, the same prohibitions bV so while it is maintained on the
business world is attested by the fact requires you yoar. would and also- there which Is
from weeds insani cashier the I operate Christian principles. upon It
have premises free or : ,. E. Penn is the new of Kisximmee was shocked Tuesdaymorning .,'
that from aU parts of the 'atate would be added the impossible!! feature founded.
conditions of whatever kind and Merchants and Farmers Bank. lIe i learn that J. 'W
; to Joseph
tary
.
come requests to her for stenographers I relating to discipline. This impossible After the quartette sang ..a..aln,
to walksin arrived and
keep from the
required your Georgiaytsterday Tucker of
you are : Everglade Cypress "
from to
office assistants employers
and discipline was interpreted "Nearer To Thee) and Rev.
MyGod
front of premise. in good re : started in at the bank this morning, I had :
Compnay passed sometime
your away
who i have seen the class of : considerable stock I durlnlr He had mean impossible for the best results, M. B. Ayres, chaplain of the local.Le-
having purchased the night. retired -
work done her graduates.. pair.This and the best solution for all concerned had benediction -
by I gion Post pronounced-the -
means that if you have a walk in the institution some time ago. ..1.I Monday night apparently in his. I ..
this Kissimmee what the trustees .
the -
term sought.School .
During past the squal"fired the.M'
was firing
: '
that has become uneven or is broken M. Willson becomes first vice president usual good health. Early Tuesday
institution maintained an ] the country over -
has disciplinarians lutes and McLoughlin bugler,
Sidney ,
I down repair iIf you have a lot or and will continue on in tbe hank morning he had called his. wife, who the telr.l.mony 1. .
of more than, fifteen pupils. are agreed, according to sounded 'taps,1' finishing what general -
average
: tract of land where weeds are growing George W. Persons is the second vice administered aid to him and left him there three
submitted that 'ins-
are opinion said was the most
ONE- I or where brush or rubbish is accumulating -i president. resting! easy In the morning: ; when
' PERSONS GRADUATES distinct methods, or kinds of. discipline pressive Memorial Day services ever
clean -it Mr. Fenn'conies to the local banking
up. he was called there was no response
AND GETS ANOTHER relating to school children, held at Rose Hill! cemetery. J. C.
I Do away with your unsightly old ; house with twenty years banking nnd Tie was found: to have passed which compare roughly with the ages Buckets was in command of the fir- -.....
Raymond L. Rainey, of Moultiie, fences. experience. For ten years he was .awa""
in of
of the first three grades one type, ing which was' composed
squad
Georgia, was being introduced l>y 4 To' th\se" having hogs within the cashier of the bank at Cordelc, Georgia -I Mr. Tucker was born in Ohio the intermediate grades in another. Tom Arnold, Theodore Bowen Roy

George W. Persons at the Wednesday I corporate limits, get them out. leaving there to become State I eighty-four "years ago, and' for the and the highest grades and the high Graves; ..Howard.. Hirtzel, Robert -
Chamber of Commerce meeting. :Mr. B, DOUGIITENT Rank Examiner, which! office he held past thirty yvais has spent most ofjiij school in the third. Therefore the Johns. Carl Kentorv'Sidney RiChard,
Rainey will be associated with :Mr. 25-2t City Manager. for ev.en'!: yenrs more resigning that winters in Kissimmee. He was At'trectcr trustees came to the conclusion' that and Monroe Thomas. The Legion
Persons in the Dollar Limit store. He 1 position to accept>the vice presidencyof of the Grand Rapids National the \vaid school for all grades up to committee pp arrangements for the
who ANOTHER COUNTY the Bambridge State Bank, of City Bank and stockholder of a I
will replace Leon C. Chapman the high school was even more impossible day consisted of Chaplain M. B.
goes to the Persons Company in Orlando I ARCH IS ERECTED : Bainbridge. Georgia. Having had a :. large Michigan furniture factory, be. than would be the ward Ayres, chairman; Fred Phipps; and
desire
tin business in that store having -- strong; to come to Florida he sides owning considerable timberlands schools for the primary department. Phil Mcore. .
increased to where additional of. Ernest Green this week finished the left the Bainbridp-e housa to become in Louisiana. 115 was prom'nently Another point which was given
the Persons force is necessary. erection of the Osceola county arch on auditor for n \eai' with the Witham identified .*vith the lumber industry ticks related to the matter of the rest of the state that the Kissimmee
---- the Brevard line, similar to the one I system in Flrr'da' The opportunity in Florida being. o.ne ,of 'the school" lunch: room-. The lunch loon ochools will be kept on a .par with
SHELDON JOHNSON OPENS at the junction with Orange county Boon came to get avay from the trav. two owners of the Everglade; Cypress of the Kissimmee schools\ has bean the best. _
BUICK AGENCIIERE finished some time ago. A third elms; end of the banking! game aid I he Company' Loughman. the of much commendation -
will be built between Osceola and accepted! a position all'as'liRtant' cashier Mr. Tucker was a erately belovedman from subject school officials and representatives The building!: of another dormitory
Sheldon Johnson has become a Kis- Polk as soon as he returns from a of the Orlando Bank and Trust for his humanitarian and philan- fiom other cities. The balanced at Southern College is engaging the
simmeean again. He is now the month's contract at Kicco, where he Co'npa.ny, where he has been for the thropic nature, having been unostentatious and piepared luncheons attention of the Methodist people of
.Buick' ".Ie .,.gw>tnf Oseeola. 'coun will painfall the buildings of the Kis-. past year. With twelve yeas practical in his services alcng these have, decidedly properly beneficial effect upon the state. It is needed to house the
tywith headquarters ln"Klssimm, simmee Island Cattle Company. banking experience and eight lines. He was a member of the Congregational scholarship a and the health of young men who attend that institu
having returned to the city Monday The arches are being built on orders years as examiner he is exp t f>d to church in Grand Rapids, t the children, and are upon therefore strong tion.
established himself for of the county commissioners whouthorie4 a valuable addition to the local of the Presbyterian -
and permanentresidence prove and a regular attendant factors toward the efficiency of the
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/' ; them at the 'April meeting, establishment.Mr. church in Kb immee. He school By grouping the .0
Hussies and delivery department, after U. J. Burrows, secretary"'of the Fenn will move to Kissimmee belonged to all the Masonic orders.He schools in system.one general locality this .0 A PROCLAMATION- O
as well as service. station and repair Chamber of Commerce, with other with Mrs. Fenn about the fifteenth of is survived by his widow, Mrs. service can be maintained 4 C;
important ,
shop will be located at Phipps Brothers members, had urged: replacement of the month, "commuting" from there Clara Tucker, and his son J. Wade Bv the addition of a new primary 4 I, A. S. Gilbert Mayor-Corn- ., '
then existing.
Garage on Emmett street. the dilapidated signs until that time. Tucker. school there *
building and a new high missioner of the City of Kissim-
They will be painted with legends giving Funeral services were conducted in both .. *>
other information J. M. WILLSON WANTSTO will be room for expansion mee, by theauthority in n> vested -
i -
-Ho oH. population. areaai>< GIVE AWAY POTATOES" from the Tucker residence Wjtdoes- direction If necessary a third grade .0- do proclaim and set forth the *
<> regarding Oacaola.: county. day afternoon after- which the body could be moved to the intermediate 4 weelc of June 4. to June 10. 1923. .>
.0'BE'J'TER HOMES WEEK Last week The Gazette printed an was taken to Grand Rapids, where, Interment building or a neve-nth grade either, 4 as "Better Homes Demonstration *
: "- I' MELBOURNE. PLANNINGT interesting letter from Dr. David will.be.:under,W ..auspices of thus giving the least possible mix- .0- Week." O
JULY
-to a j (, KB'At. '_FOURTH; j F Landerregarding the Dioscorla, sometimes the Knights Templar :following a ture of disciplinary grading. The ..0The progress of a city, like *
..0The' Mayor-Commissioner .of Melbourne' is announcing 5' another I erroneously called "air potato." long time desire of the deceased. Dr. present building' would also serve to 4 (Jie progress of a nation is.
Kissimmee has issued a procla- real .celebration on the Fourth of July. Mr. Lander prepared this in "answer W. H. Dreach, pastor of the Fir.U house some of the high school branches measured by the quality of its O
.0- tion calling" attention' t6 Better < There will be free eats, a first-class to a query from this paper as to what Presbyterian church, officiated at the which are at present without room. 4 home,. The better the homes, '
: .Homes Week from next MdIf I f band on the job all day, a monster he knew of the plant, the attentionof Wednesday services, the arrangements and enable the Osceola High Schcol the greater will be the effort to O
day until Sunday. This week parade, ball game, street dance, and the editor having! been* called to it being in charge of J. W. to equal the best in. the state in the preserve them. .
was observed last year) by the) all kinds of sport. Committees have by the offer of J. M. Willson to dis Thompson. few branches where it is lacking. 4 I, therefore, recommend that s>
Better Homes Movement in cooperation .0- been appointed to make the day a tribute'some of them to local growersto Definite sites for these contemplated 4 the earnest support of the people *>
with the United States > memorable one, and the Melbourne try. In that letter fro Lander LEGION COUNTRY STORE buildings; were not agreed upon, 4 of Kissimmee be given to this +
Department Commerce in 961 p.opleare expecting! a largecrowd of told of having sent samples to Luther WILL RESUME THURSDAY nor were the plans and specifications 'O' campaign, and that every family 4
1 communities... -The -alI' report- Kisalnuaa.. and .s lAt.clGUdpeopleover1heraQntbat.day. Burbank, the California plant wizard. except'in general. The trustees hope 4 in the city seek an' opportunity
..'reportItbrtbEdemonetrat1o7fresultOd -* He this week received a leter from The American Legion County Store, to 'be able to make a study .of some 4 to improve- their homes and cur- 4 ..
+'- wholesome,--. Mr. Burbank along with other interesting which..postponed its weekly. session of the best school buildings in central 4 roundings, and that merchants: 4.
..Jne, ddc Dl'W.-.ct..a.u.m.-.. ugOThigroFFnc1 data, which'The Gazette hopes' I this w eek' ori' account of the high Florida in the near future, and to 4 advertise Better Homea Week by ../
... __ . "t11b :VAUES,TOMORROW to publish n att:week. I school graduating.exercises, will open consult with the highest authorities, 4. displaying. such lines of good as *>
' 4. .. .n..eamneau..""'-the.. . In the-meantime. Mr.JWUlsftif hasa : again next ,Thursday night. A five before advertising' for bids 4 will l'ODWtelIMter facilities ,in.*.
word. of Rudyard Kipling: .. Tomorrow*and Monday Katij Brothers few of the fruits,of the->Iamt.1rI *'list0f prizes will be given away and With the results of the careful the home : ;: ._.. :>+ ..., ,
: "HoJ'1i''Fu.'tio' \ :i't'l'! : are} offeria. "Specials? lA gtag snake beautiful"vines-' end scveryUrge : .;good picture will be shown. There study given the subject by the trustees *> ." Given'under yband: and ;_; _: *
ham. percale, and men's and( bey's yam. He wtll'be-p.e4aed. to die-, Is n* advance in price for these country and other, school officials mad. > this sixteenth. day'of.Mayp1923.>2is
Or: any jnsn's hearthstone? '" ... wearing apparel. ".Fine chance J j ,to tribute a few sample(to growers who store nights. Save\your coupons known there 1 ia little doubt that the >i A.S.GILBERT. V
IknowtBe' Vender" 'and.desire stock oa.rK.t *,Valne" merchan- will call at the bank and ask for thenat 'from any night ilat,.'the Casino and tax payers of\tie school district will "IaJ'Ol"ComIld.aJonet'l'; : *>
That went to buttiUny own." dls. as-shown tip 1' in their..adyertaellMnton Both ,the tubers.and the fruit ar 'have-: them. ready (n;the ..drawingThorsdajr torn out on Jon 16' and by1 an. over .. '- .'.'tl''t. :"" ": '.,.
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KI5SMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JUNE I. 1t23

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- ... : -._ - lonal VP Commander Alvin Owsley.the WEEKLY CITRUS REPORT V

." .. ..... .. ... ..t..oQo11 NOTICE OF 'SPECIAL!: ELECTION. HEIOL.TI014 I AMERICAN LEGION f I Arizona department now holds in second Florida Citrus Exchange
WHRRRAft. petition has boon filed I ilace. Other states mem.beshp' .
AM) DI -. NOTES le.dln.
SPECIAL BRIM.t of Public Instruction Tampa 28.-Continued
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V ROAI >.. with the C'ount. Board .+ relative order, May hear*
r : Legal Advertisements i < C for Oscoola COunty.Florlila. . of berries
.nd South Da-
Carolina Ihipment practically fi
: to !he' $50,000 in Legion Grave Endowment ,. t
by
sinned
;.. .A special ..1. lon1 bo held on Iho12h twenlyflvo'hit purport) per e""t kcta. New York. New Hampshire, the country, together with

:',' ... .. . ." . ++. ..... | day d,of..t"'I..J. territory* ..tu-wlt.In the: t"llonliiK l- 01 more Iho than.duly qualified .1(6'a* .iiesUHnic1 I Enlisting the Fund co-operation of civIcpnd. Nebraska, Kansas and N ew Jersey. fairly heavy market receipts of dtr''

School District N. have
fruits worked
'NOTln OF "A!liTER'. $A 1.10.In All Twntllv within fp.-i-lul.Tax in Various keep
commonly organizations prcel
i' V 4. (iiHi-i-ola V oully. Florida patriotic During the last two month theAmerican'1 grades of citrus 'at for
Twenty-seven < average
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.South. Itanjce. J- .. '
stnt- of the AmerIcan
District -
,.; the Circuit Court of! tho Seventeenth of ot Tall.hall.... 1..ldl.n. ,111 Osc<- I lug known, that, us they the Klnslmmoo desire the Issuance of..communities.members have made substantial Legion post In Casper, level during the past .week,thei lit.
Circuit of the Slat t Legion
Judicial ola Coun y
V I' Tax School Dintrltt has obtained employment for Je prospect of
wild
nnd for osoeola ou..t'o-.In uf submitting- Hi. 1.n.t I 111.1 the Wyo., Imprvement until
V Florida, In for the purposM ) of acquiring.liHlldlnir. toward raining permanent
. V Chancery. H. I>. Oulce, Complainant duly qu..II.1 elector, who are fri-.-I his I"IIIO."fiirnishlnK ii.iotherwise progress endowment fund to provide for 524 men. The jobs have.varied from b conditions are .omewht. reliev.
, <*rU* Waltf t. C. Bass. et LI. n.*Pondruts. b"l..r.. Within .oiaW! terrItOrY ; \ ..llrKln. l Gerg
. Foreclosure! 'Notice. I I.. hprebVRIefl question 'I 111'o'lna the annual decoration of graves sales Florida
V------- of have
V th1.f l inll3nIdb ,Krtiool KroundH' "",'h.lv. use manager. All of these positions the,,
that pursuant to a fjnal decrc.entered Whether or not Hpeclnl Roa< dead in cemeteries of Europe.Ccntributions Cit..
aulcl 32,000
-V In thin cause on the 11 day of J,'.,rl"t Not t. embracIng th- the public free schools within the which.I received at the been furnished to the men free. ,A Ech.nge. In his week
!I
l11I)'. A .J). 123. I shall ofTor for sale aid territory ond created by an orderof 11..111 I. Tux .School District forth; ft nil In. Ken- offc numbe of companies in the city and . report' states .
st
, end sell at Jlub\ltI outcry for cash In the Hoard of County CommI.si..flfi'eof Ition lrlh..r of ihv L KOII! national
hand to th. lilnhest bidder. at the front Osceola County on August 16. A. i). oral Irl. the of bond desiredto Indianapolis now total more than In adjacent oil fields depend en- "here ha ban ,a lower tendency M

loor of the Court\ HOUBO In Hloslmmeo.iMKirola. 11120 purstiHtit to Mil election held on bo IIMU..d. and the purposes thereof.ml the. which with the amount raisi irely 'upon the legion to'supply them grapefruit derivedfrom 5ooo
'County, Floilda. on"'theflint August .14th. l l92O. hall b. abolished that Ih.i.rocoi-ds for raisesi with men. They report that the veterans with -a wider range of
used
the 4th to Issue. bpndii snliof should l I.o cd W Legion men In. France prce..btwe
hOld.
b\rlll' authority
i Monday In Juno. M mo .
with Good
ca.litl .I of Juno. 133. during tho IfKaJ election and 01..1..1. the purpose set fprlh-ln .ld"p"llon. the sum to approximately $ far.
i lay
hour of aaI. tho following d.f.crlbod IJrHl\lt. .. h.. or not Special KoMd'orulllrl.l wnil :I i OO.I have been on ,the whole, satisfactory. I prices.. .Poor fruit I is ;not
situate In Osivola
V property. to.wlt: ..ui. fuller)' and created l>y an olderof to the ,'OUIII' Board of 1'ubllc Instruction ed lately came from the Three bills included in the Amercanism grapefruit Te 'out.lde'lnqulr o*'
4 th Hoard of Couflty onnnlitsmner ot "" 011 County. Florida. R. I. who sent a check Ichtr.
D..e"' etl.s < PIo'identt of the West Virgin-
J.ot. OnA (3) TWO IH Threo (3) of Osceola Count' on February rttti. A. that said petition. lias been .Iln..d by I I The obtained program 0OrangeEcontinueflwm in ti. -
V and Four (4)) In Kiock tIght; U) D. 1V22 pursuant to an election held more than .t..., '-II\( (23"*) cent for $1203.fo. sum 'al la department of the Amelc.n L" with the best stock In good r
of the South Florida llailroad (:nm- on February 4ih. 122, shall l i.e abolished of the dul' qualified ..1.1.1'. residing Lily Post of the Legion [ have recently .been enacted Western market, are demand
pan)"'* Survey of the Town of Kisinmee .....,.1111 all uulhofltv to l"su" 'I'within (Special Tax School District I!'with the assistanre of variouscom'munity !/ Ron by .state The .fn c
and and to the i i' the
It Is
('it?. Florida. accorclina bonds to such .I..ton and that d..lirahi.. b..t urbanizations. leglatr. .tk"
the Official Plat of said A ldltloit ordcj Interests of Bald Special Tax School measures provide Unit showed
of tho Clerk of not the ; de- IMntrict to acquire build enlarre. furnish States flag shall displayed ctr Ibpent a
office or
.n ftl le In the :l. WI.th..r folo.ln& I afloat b frm further total
Wreaths will be set ot
the circuit Court of Onceola Coun ..rlb.d shall bo Ilto und otherwise Improve buildings o schoolhouse the state duringthe
ty. Florida. a special road and bridge district to- and school ground fol the exclusive. i moral Day from naval vessels passing very 611 cars going forward, compared
I. ertpI.. MiMI ,,'It: use of the public fro school within near the place where the U. S. .S. I time the Icol. are in lestlon 896 cars the preceding wek t
of Fra.ctoti&l$ -Section Thirty- All of Township Twenty-rtve said Special lax School District ant sunk German that in all parochial fruit shipments for Gr.p
North of Shlnirle enty-aevon Bast that of such district should Ticonderoga wa* by a wek 'w
Thr. (3S) lying South. Kans-e bond and denominational schools '.
frek (... It now run) ".I"1Ir .*. of Tallahaksre Meridian. In Osceola .. purpose. S eret.r o the .377. Cg51 compared to 67 cn *
Kractlenal North half of _Id 14.0Hon. County. Florida. NOW. TH10RKFORK. BE IT HE- I, Rubmarne.at se\.lt announced Virginia there shall be given regular previous week. Orange
la Township Twenty-five (iS) The proposed location and description HCI.VKD by the County Board of Pub- I Lemuel hs courses of instruction in the hl.to were"234 compared to-Ihpmt
in letter
.uth of R.."",. ...nt.nlne (I!,) of the road and bridges to I,. lie Instruction In and for Osceola. County. a to Dol.1 of the United States in civics : I car week c.
K&.t. Contalnlnsr 2.t acre. more constructed to be a* follow: Com- Florida, at th.the first meeting of 'national adjutant of the and shipped bfor. *
menalnir at the North boundary ofTownship .aid Roarl receipt or said petition I legion. A was made by theoforthtwtribute constitution of the Unit States shipment for the ar now 24,*

- -V.--- 'rie r the" tcrm.or The find Aferft Twenty fh.UU South. Mfd. In the sum of Ninety I request to the the_.state of West ._and..that: 026 cars oranges and 17JU8 ..caigraruit
aforesaid the prOperty *bov. eaerlb. usage Twenty-seven en the n\e Thousand (S,000.00) Dollar arerequired / menor school teacher shall requiredto
ever
- ... of those who lost their b a total of
ed a. DeHrlpUonAw'lIbe- Cold fl it Section-line-betwoen-Weotlon* Two II) for the purpose of acqul- 1nr.bulldlnir. t.tkean oath-of to 41,61 ca.
to .att.fy the amount due under the and Three ">. run South along -tli* enlargingfurnishing and C.rm.naubmarnel sunk the 'ship aUeaanc support '
d*ero* and the property aoacrtbod a* Section line-btwen Sections Two otherwise Improylnl buildings and them to France the United American Fnrit O.e
n *crlptlon B will PlOt b.. *old unlocatH II) and 'Chr..f <3). Ten (1 O) and JI..,'- ...hol .. it. exclusive use States and the state of West Virginla Orlando, May 28..- weekly
the World
aa.ia property deal'rtM4 a. Dcrrlp- en in. Fourteen (14) and FifteenMJ of the public free e..hooll withn said Curing war. before entering upon the duties of market review by F. L. Skelly issued
T."t.thl' Os-
tieD A IIoeo not brine a sufficient sum ). UIand .- Special Tax School .
cocta.Special Tw.nt..t.'a .. and Twenty.s.v.n It isdesirable of Forty-second Infantry teaching. from the offices of the America
ID pay the dcro.. Including ) ( C) eeola Count). l'aorld. and that Member the _ _ _
Th1. the 'n" day ef loIa)'. A. I). UU.fLLIS 43 7). and Thlrt'-four < 34) and to the .. Int.r..t.. of known al the Porto Rican Fit Growers, says:

F. DA\-18. and Thlrt.(3) : bllhnlne. aid District that sild. bonds be I..u..d. have formed a post of the PROTECT THE 'FIG TREE: past week saw the opening of
Master In Chancery. at of and that said bonds shall be of the denomination regiment
. :. KnIBS BTKED.Solicitors of said .Township and Itaniro. run of floe Thousand UJ.. American legion in Panama. This SPRAY WITH BORDEAUX the cantaloupe season wIt first ship :'

for Complainant. 21 -4tNOTirE thence West along the County lino, OOA.OV Dollars each numbered consecutively U the fourth"post of the Legion to b MIXTURE IN SUMMER ments from the Imperial Tat
--- same being the Southern boundary of from One. I 1) to Nln..t.I,'" organized in the Canal Zone. volume ef these Valet I"
OK MASTEITS 9ALIKo -- said Section M. to a point forty <40) (*S>. Inclusive xald bonds .ear wl ia
is composed of Porto Ricans That fig tree in your back yard- rapidly. It saw the .
rods West of Southeast corner of B c- terest at no more than six ( .) percent new post era. a.o "
>(<*. la hereby. Riven that under and 3.1 of said Township and liana; per annum payable seml-annually who served during the Word and m.lt back yard in Florida havea a) of the first of

by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure -. I lon thence dii. North to the Routh".t until paid and that said bonds shall war and is located at C-mn few tree*-need to be spray grapes ever to eo Au.trl
mail by the Judge of the Seven I corner of the East half of iai>t half of mature and become due und payable SUel t .
toenth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In Northeast quarter of said section thirty (30) years from date both principal C. Z.. where the regiment is stationed. ed bord.au' mixture in order California cherries are arriving i the

and for O ceola, County. In a oortalntif thence due West forty 140) rods to-tho and Interest to bo pn>'able at the The organization of the post i that a number of diseases, prevalent est in good volume. StrWbI

therein pending wherein.and GeorgeW J. \\'. 'I terminus of said prope.d Imprt* *U hanover. National Bank of New York laid to have resulted from th* rent enough in this state to cause serious shipments reached .a point el
Fox wa complainant road Clt New Tork. and
Miller. Jr.. a* Admlatatrator df the ..- TOtJBTHER with any bridges which BK> IT FURThER SOIVED that visit to Panama of Legion nationaofficials. losses. be (ltrole. of five hundred cars in a .inrl ,day.

tate ofI.. W. Miller\ deceased. MarlonH may be necessary to -onsLruct over any this resolution. bo entered upon the There are of fungous dis The trades interest of being diverted
Oscar ....... aUo known a* said Said roadsshall Public __ all
Miller. creeks crosslna roads. of the Board of_ of the fig together causing from citrus by
record Count. considerably
Rull Baa. J. M. Duncan aa Tru.t.. InV not be lee. than nine (9) foot In of County Florida T* B Subject of e.losses hard In estimate but one goodapplication fit .t
Bankruptcy of the estate of null B.... wldtb. and be constructed, of any hard- and that the came be published once 1.Ipdon Natioaal Epcs Contest ad ohe ofern.
Th. Bt. John Ca.ile Company a .or.o surface material' which the Board r>f each .week for four. successive weeksIn .i of properly prepared bordeaux Oranges: continue '

V ratln. and O.-orn* W. Mann were. County Commissioners shall deem Ball- Th. Klaslmmee Valley OAzette anewspaper America Should Prr.hibtt Immigration mixture 1-4-50 forula-wn arrive in 'lum. '
respondent. I. a. hpeclal i a.ter appointed able. for. construction of hard-urf of general. circulation published "Why Is the subject help t control -all of total t this time I. ahead U
takenqla.rse for Five Years .
Ka\e.
> In said cause. roads. Said brldres ahall b. constructed In said Special Tax Hcliool Dis .
of and will offer for ale befuret of pIne and cypress ninety (M.) trick of the American Legion's national p.kina. according to specIalists of the tame time a year ago. Shipments V

V. "-o Court House Door In K1slmrnee.pi.iga. per cent: heart m&terlal the n.orlnl; Pasted and Adopted this 14th Out. nf essay contest which opened May 25, J experiment stion from Florida have (considerably
during the Ural hour. of vale. I to b* with les)31.s.sitsO May. A. D. 123 II. M KATZ Oarland; W. Among these but there- I. d.
on Jun. the 4th. 1 13. to the hlrheatami : 12 In.) inch.. thick Owalrman. County Board of InV and endj Ocobr 12, dl.ealt b'mlnlahe ,
V best bidder for cash the follow- The. amount estimated a* being n.... struction. Osceola Count). Florida. Powell, nltion..1 director cf thelegion's mentioned: First. anthracnose. a I the .Itulo at the hel".
,Itt. deeertbed real estate In OnceolaCounty. ....r). to pay for the construction cf ) Americanism commission ease of the fruit and foliage which ing end. r I is nothing
--V. Florida, twlt: 'AI01 the said roads and bridge Is the sum ..1Eighty UUA K. and .
causes a a dropping to warrant I lit
a. NEH of NW%. and the NWfe of NK>4.' Thousand U'O.OOO.OO) Dollarsthe AI..t .. r TOWELL In has announced. sotins any. upturn .prei.
and fractional, :':J4 of NBW. of Hectlon cost of auo.h construction to b* paid s.r..l..r) ,C"u.t Oareola. Count. ).. l"bU. ... The contest which will b conducted of the I appear first. as Florida- Valencia right at
!. Township 25 South. Ran*;* 80 Eaat. by "Issuance and sale of bq/id V -- ------ 23-Ste bv the legion's Amflmcmml..- small sunken discolored aN' Grapefruit: 'Demand la good onlyon
and al.o. the BE*' of NWW. and SW 4 The place for said electionIn 'sfon later increase in size better quality well
of NK\4 of said Section It. Township ...Id territory holdlnl at Mulberrj VIIKIIKIS. the Count) Board of is jopen to Ichol b. ,'hic covered with h. )ke Flor
21 South. Rancje 30 Eaet.' and being the Sink and the Inspectors and Clerkap. Public Instruction In and for OsceolaCounty. tween the ages of 12 and 18. pink masses grapefruit, there being .lek
I same land romejed to the mild J W pointed for said election are: J. A. Mln- Florida h.,1 this day passed than children are expected to spores. On the leaven the atece rndifferenf'interest In

V Miller by l... II. Cohoon. et ui. Oct.' t. nick. H. J. Schmidt. .J. Ii:. Parrlsh.. Inspectors and adopted a certain resolutionwhereinIt I .200,0 areas are sunken, xray. oren fruit With a slackening of fult. .
'U10. Ira Wetherbee. et uz. Mar 30th."tJ and B. O. Hancock. I..rleTh. lubmlt (SI'R.
that a petition has
appears of show the pink
orders
the there is
In conformity with purposes i spores now a corresponding
V C. Jamta K. II nll.rd..tIll April *polls at said election will be open teen tiled with Hoard. signed by mast
-. 27th. 1117. and Myrtle L.lehtay. et vir. from S o'clock A. M.. until sundown lore than 23 per.alI cent of the duly the legion's effoit which are to devel- center. indifference in the auction markets.

Feb. :24th. 1 tI.. by deed. recorded r.-apeotlvely of the. same day. u..II..1 electors resldlnawithin Spe top an interest among school childrenin Second, fi/f/ Mst is the most coma Only fresh packed grapefruit of
In Deed Book. 1 S. pare32.. ) order of the Board of County Kchool District No. 4. OscrolaI'uunty. dUeaie The disease qual
of the morr
I .1,1 ity command prices
question good and
tleok "Hn." pa. ;. Sit. Dock 4i. pa.e* onlnl..loner". paased May 7th. I$2J. Florida krtownac the great 1..tion.1 fruit .
V Kl and IOC. In the office of the Clerk of ( J. K OVERSTRKKT.As the KlKslmmee Dlntrlct.commonly for the purpose day and to encourage education, the occurs on the ano mostly are no ildlctIon. of change In the

V the Circuit Coyrt of-Osceloa Counly.Klerlda Clerk of Board of Count. Comralsfclonertt. of acquiring. bullJInfc. enlurRlnpr.furnlNhlni j Americanism commission wil award durinJ the latter part of summer. { near future.' .
to oil of wrftoh, referenc I* for OMcola Florida .
hermade. all of aid land Irlnr Mn lnKbulldlncH national nrizcs in the of three recognized by numerous sridTI. I While our organization will continue -
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V '.clnir III r.pc....lit C4>unt>.. Florida.. I>..t-0.1Ml : excUHl\e) use and of."hol the* public grounds free for schools the ''scholarships for first second and : mined reddish-brown spots which are Ihlpment of .elece fruit fo

coot of purrhnsor >OTI< K OV KI.F.(TIO% within- the said Special Tax School third winners, to the cash value of I covered with a golden yellow powderon 'a few packing

Special Ma I.EWISI.tr!' In O'BRTA Chancery.PI.EDGKR !*. "pr;(-iAi. TAX artioot DI"TR.'V.. IMstrlct. andWHKKKAS. $750. $&OO and $250, respectively.. the under surface of the leaves. I''houses generally loncr. now throurt)

AVI8. 4. OIC LOlA ( COrTl FLOHIII4. : In said resolution It further I They may be applied in meetingthe Third. leaf blight causes fig leavesto shipping for the season..r '
bonds of said District
that Th
_Solicitor for Complainant. 21-Ct Notice Is hereby-given- that an eler-- app..rl.. sum of Ninety-five Thousand -- 1 expense of a student's education in shrivel and die. Compact silky j news, therefore. wi be ontna.m.rjet

Jitho Circuit Court i for the Seventeenth lon will he held In the Wlllnon build- ( $3&.000.O0) Dollar are required any college et university. A silver thread. can h observed o the young I ed as a regular until opening
I Klsslmmee. 4 iscoola County.Florida. for the set forth in said petition and
Judicial Circuit of. thevStat of Florida II purposes medal bronze medal and certificateof twigs petioles. This growth of the next shipping season.V

In and for-Onceola Count).. James U.U.pl..r. I>the ff>trlct same No.b.lnt. In Special TaxSeboni and the said rate r..olllion. and to be furtherfixes paidthereon nu.rit will be awarded to first sec'und spreads over the blade of the leaf and I'I

., Defendant., I'UlntlfT.loamalf"va. William. $15uOOO.II. Konnr No-- HS the KI..llm.e lstrlct. on klo..n- and the time when the prin- and third state winners, respect causes it to turn brown where it joins NEGRO V LABOR NOT LEAVING

..' : V. V tie of Institution of Suit and Kummcn daj. the Uth day of June. A. D. U '3. cipal und Interest of said bonds wouldtocomw ively. the stem or petiole. Eventually it OF OWN ACCORD
to determine whether or not there .hallbe due and payable i selected In.. turn by dies and falls I
;: to Appear. Th Stat of Florida will ,
said district bonds In the NOW THEREFORE. la ord.r".1that Essays of.Spra'inJ
by b
i .to Wllllatn. Kenner.. No. .COO ArneHin .ur I..u..d of Nln..t.lv.. Thousand
t. V <:*-lchliran Rtate.and Baok to all Bulldlnir.whom It In.'on Ijinslnsr.; () ) the purpose of -.cquirinI. day of June A. T>. to determine i county state officials and and should help to con.'I ment of th labor situation in
,bulldlnaenlarirlna. furnlsblnK- whether or not there shall b Issued an Florida; taken the
; In tro these diseases it is through
suit Winning ,
cern: Notice I* hereby given that a .legion essays applied -
0;.;;. an4 l by said district bond In the sum ofNinety.five j memb1. prvldn. Cpra
Improvingbulldlna
.. nh.r.'I. ;* of chambers of
attachment Instituted In the V well county
Iy Is
was to and
.!; for the exclusive use 01 Thousand ) Dollar the ,' will be sent lon oft lo emmel' {
""'. above entitled. above court. cold Torth.cause The belnventitled 'suit the public-fro school within the said a* provided in fUI.OOO.OO rfloluUon. for legion nationalheadquarters in Indianapolis by raini. Both sides of the leavesand : other commercial organizations, j

4 ennbrace a the Interest set of the *.Rld11- Special Tax School Dlatrlet Only the, the purpose th..r.ln set which where' they vlll be judgedby all twigs and young fruit shouldbe shows that very little neer labor I\:
I
liam n. Kenney In Lot 9 of Hlock 21. duly who Qualr..d. .Ifctor.* shall be District election of said only KpetUI duly TAX qualft..d "electors three educators of national prominence covered completely with the spray. I leaving the state on it* own acr

Mccordlna- to the 1'lat of the subdivision to tote. The said.bonds shall k.ntll..d. who are. rr..h..rl shall ,'ot. The to bo named by the Americanism I I being generally .U.tle with

a of)Florida Kljialmmee and recordedamona farlc .o."ola"Coun.' the denomination of One Thousand < ll.OOO .- said .. .. shall held ut theVill- commission.Essays II I OBJECTS TO ALLIGATORPICFURES I now paid. Hoye shortage of
V. .) I.ollar. each shall b, ar Ilt..r..t't Hbn liulldlnr In Klesmin! Florida. In the coun
leoorda of Osceola. County. Florida. In will be restricted 660 un.kie labr thrghut
a rat. of not more than nix, fv ]) ald District' and the polls'shall open t I I
Mat Bok 1 personal at patce property.41; and alao'Is:thefollowing 2 per cent per annum pa>abl ftemlannually at II o'clock a. m. and the poll shall words for lengh. Thoght style I tr.for.Jndueement pr.a.loD'

V work, hor.*. and harness.; IhorEe and .hal mature and )..eeomedue lone at sundown I. N Br..ton.. H!.. and ., order II I The Florida Development id .rrltn pid 1
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and thirty (SO) )ear after l.upfer. Jr. and F. .. nat head by north for
p.bl. will be the basic
warpn; i i hay rake: named. inale.
-Lplow i h: I'.an.rbll:. of (0o5 aud date and Interest being appointed Inspectors at said election.It cn8i.le ha* initiated tuo campaigns *, labor to entice negro
V. ; ; payable at the Hanover National Is further ordered that this ord.rror tions in fudging essays, according t: busings from delyerd th
courage men
farm Implements located on the.Nbrthwest offering
Bank of New election shall bo and away .. promise.of !
Northeast Tork City New York. published onceeach Mr. Powell. Spelling penmanshIp .
of the quarter for ale cards
i' quarter All aji provided In a certain resolution week for four successive weeksIn be considered also. post showing alligators high there, and a few recruiters -
*a d th* Kant half of the Nortlieaatluartcr
V > of the County Hoard of Public Instruction The KI.slmm... VII..y O.uette. anewspaper wi chasing pickaninnies and other adverse .ac
of the Northwest ofSection operations
tw"ntr.lh0.11101"quarter mentyIx of 0..01. Countv. .'I.rlda.p.u..d p bllh..d Kiaplmme.Iltul& . than 50,000 children submitted I advertising ficenes. However Florida. If atn officials I
V and the 14th day uf Count nod in the contest held last
Kouth. Ran t. 2* Kaat of : : IlaIiasV adopted ) f'lorld. belnic anewspaper essay some of the dealers continue to handle wD
I ue Meildlan. i.seeols Cofluty.; Kl"i'Ida. May. A. r>. 123. said r..olul.t l>< InK of ''n.r pub. year by the legion on the arrest all labor recruiters wh .
Kubjc"t that of cards
!
type having litte
In In said Tax School regard -
You are hereby commanded 'to be atidAppear published.. noticeof II.h..< Special District. "How Can the American 1 not paid the $2,000 license oper
The polls will be open at -V for the effect their
In the abos.entitled. cause on o'.I..t"n... m. and close at sundown.II. Jt further ord.r.d that the Chairman Servo the Nation." Ah Rinl Chin*. and the upon communities atinA the nel migration from Flor
the Znd day of July.; A. D 1922. Witness The follow.
N. Bratton. R U Lupfer Jr. and E.L and of the Board do Issue stte. extensive. Tkreports I
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Secretary of Eta; Hawaii a -
the Honorable O. Andrews
-4 C. aa
.. O.hl Ing advice in Iett Albert W. I
< Vans have been appointed. und publish notice of said electionIn frm indicate that the seeming
Aln. descent
of Chinese
Judo of the above Court and my name year-old ,
V V Inspectors said election. accordance with this resolution and lthol..y Wood, Fort Worth.'Texas' a friend of
an Clerk thereof this the 9lh daj of shortage of such labor here Is caused
on B,' ordvr of Board order and the laws of the won first prize was w.nbv
I the- County ofPublic State of prize. Lake .!
an Florida
county to
P. 1.28. J L O'.r.'r..t.CI..rk
April. A.
CI.renteW by the number in the
employed
Florida.
Instruction of Pauline
County Virginia larA
of ..bo\ Court 0..0. Mils Ch".tln Williams
the! e. Florida. Done and ordc-roM this 14th day of while secretary of the Euatl of combinedwith
Circuit Court Seal) Jf. of Indianapolis r.d"
< 'chairman. Count-y Public In.rrutlon. May. A. li. M Joseph Chamber of Commerce I
n.u1. KATZ. con- I an annual for labor from
Jonnfcton .
& Oarrett.Coun
Do..r. who
of
.. C ,'. Florida.(8tfL of Instruction donato Bridgeport, C.nn., '
"Let that "
fI"lrm"n. "uhl. ; me
suggest
I for 0-10t
*( Complainant rlderins you naval stores and an increased
i ) ) of u..la Iount) I'"I.rld. HubmitteJ an essay in blank verse campaign in toI I oprator
Attest: C 1.: TOW EM Attest: c. K. your state
thinl! crops.
YO\VPl.l. captured far
NOTIfK Of fIF.C"TIO prize.
prevent the publication acr..e
tecretary. County Board of Public In iiecretary. Board t'utlc Instruction and mailing
Notice.. f* herebyfclven than an election "tu
V will be held In the Kant Lake :3.r.t" to Political' PrUonerx"Unalterable \ators in any manner whatever. I The Loafer eats Air
-V Hchool House. Osceola County, Florida. *OTI<'K FOR ..'... ( 4XTIOV alligator idea hurts Fo. Brathes
tiiO> same being In fcpoclal Tax School hOlI( I: eC' IT4KHOLD.RO opposition to granting your country and Occupies Spe like a producer

District No. 6. otherwise known as the 'T.N. .. fieriI >.*l_4 general amnesty to so-called "political very much. Much more than done a Lick of

Pnlon Center District on Monda>. June Departim-nt of the Interior. U H. Land. under conviction for you can imagine. Pictures of alligators Work fbr Yars 'n Yars. Nevertheless
24th. A. I 10 T7IJ-: OP TIliTtItYAN : Office at <.alnes\llle. Fla. prisoners"
) J 2J. determine who shall T.rKJoLnfrJ Ma.y C. 'coons' which
serve. as school trustees of Bald district TILOUISU and to 1M3 treasonable conduct against the Unit (bling are 1 he has Attained his Life's ambition t

V for the two years next after the all whom It may concern: NOTICH Is. SuTJF Is hereby Klxen that Joe ed States wan expressed in a resolution mailed 'oU1 town or state are, I Excel in Some One Thing, for He

etoctlon. and to further determine the IllJItKHV. 71\'KN that on the .lllh day 1"'I..rd. KI..lmD.. Florida who. adopted unanimously at a recent us little as you think doing much Sit in Spot Without Moving
number of mill of district school tax of June, A. JI. U 23. at ten o t-lock A. .. 30. 111. made homestead damage. V I If Oe
to be levied and .0U..l..d annually for M.. a meeting of the "tod.hold.r. of .Entry. No. 016094. for Lot (. Section conference of comm.nders adjutants longer Any Man in Town I

the said two years.. he Ilrjan Trading I Company will he. 24. Township 2S 5.. n K, Tal and service Oklahoma -- .
The follow'Inar persons are hereby held. at the '.rl... of tho ('..fnpMnIn lahassee Meridian, has r"d3e .. of' posts of the American Legion held in -
appointed to serve a* Inspectors and Ih.> Office nf Johnston 4. <;a.rretl. at Intention ro' make Three-year Proof in II. HAROLD M P.
Oklahoma resolution is D. A. JB
City. The "UilE MORRISON. ,
clerk at said election: O. F. Austin. J KlHHlmniee. Osceola Cnunt>'. Florida. to establish claim to the land above Vie U'MON8 .
H. Smith. C. C. U...... Inspectors; Fred Plils. meeting la called pursuant to res described before Clerk Circui Court i conformity with the Legions national' Bee. 6 Tr.
.. XIarvey clerk. olutlon of the Hoard of 1'lrector of at Klsslmmee Florida, Ch policy on this question as Best '
V Ily order. of the Board of I'ut.Hc) Instruction raid Compan. > paused at their meeting of June. 1223.Cisimant the last national deterinec. lNd. SJ P.3upgiN
of Oftceola County. Klorlda on 'Ma? 23ril. and I. for the purpoM names aa witnesses: by .c Prte* l
this 14th day of Ma. '. A. I>. 1923 Hpprovlrr- actions of the >IXrectorR Mart Hunt of Klnuimn.ee. Florida Another resolution declared in favor Ash Tew Ndghb.u-H. .
V II. M. Kali Chalrma.n.Alteaf ncludlnK the sale of the dr"d notesof It. J. Johnl. of Klsslmmee, FloridaJcssl of total exclusion of immigrants I.
. .V : C. 11 Towell, Hecretar the eornr.any. and a .. cftrrasurj : <..ard. of Klsslmmee .'Iorlda for a period of five years as a measure "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BUYING."
24-61 stuck of paid -ompan>, In- Willie ., of Klsslmmee. ..
4." .r".ln" the i-apllal sto/k of the com ].tl. WM. a "Iorld.. of prevention against the influx of E. O. PAINTEK FERTILIZER CO JacfaowrilU I

TWOTI'I'J' OF APPLU"J'.T.O'V Eon TAX .. 1..111 the ianie. of the company :*-5t Acting Register. the restless hordes of unemplove of ; F

DIo:. place of buslneN. Increasing au "
T..I T CaFD.TO.
Notice Is Hereby Olven. That Adele thorised amount of Indebtedness of foreiKn..r was deemed necessary be .
r>. Katx. purchaser of Tax CertificateNo said company for the purposo ofr..nlla..tlnl .a r.. .ff CHjly Jde.. Oseeio aliens are admitted to this
.
11'0.> dated. the Tth day of Au KU.t. .ni other and further -.er, ... .( FIse44s. country.
A. I). l4. IaN filed said certificate In > may come b.for.. lh. m..tIn" In ro K.tat. of W. C. Bass. D, ceased. BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
has To .. ...
my office and made applicationfor all .01101' I..lat. Diptributes.and Georgia continues to all other
tax deed to Issue In accordancewith the 231'1 day of May.. A. I> It:3. (Claim or lea
V law. Said' certificate ...mbrace.th. I IL c. HI an'. Preiildent.Atlest. Demands against said Estate: states in membership in the CONTRACTORS

follomlnic described property situated I V. C Hryan. Hec'y Trea.>. Tou. and each of you. arc h.r..byloll..d American Lgio over last year. according AND BUILDERS
In Osceola County. Florida to- %44t"Ti and required to present any to totals compiled bv
wit: and demand which I.tet WOOD .
iV you. or BRICK
SE"i of SEVi of Section S, Township K' t.. RLKCTIOW either of you. may have against the the American Legion Weekly. Withan STONE

27 Houth. I Ian(re 2* Bast. estate of W. C.. Baas deceased, late *f increase of more than 400 Legionnaires STEEL STUCCO
The said land being assessed. at the Notice I I. hereby given that an elec- Klsslmmee Oaceola County. .'Iorld.to since the recent visit of Na- N. I' BASS .
late of Issuance of said certificate In lon will 1 held In Special Tax School the undersle-neii .Id BASS

; the name of Ellsworth Trust Company. lHtrlct 7, otherwise known a. the estate, within two year./rom the date In the County Judges Osoeola 32 Royal Street .ACK
V Unless said. certificate shall b. redeemed Mulberry Kink Special Tax Dls- '.hereof. Curt Sproul.. Avenue
M..hol County. In the of the
.4 according to law. tax deed. will I.4 .- rlct.. Oweola County .' .. OR Juno Dated March 27th. A. I). 113.WALTER estate of Ilorlda. W. Cor I. deceased.. No- -
V cue therein on the 11th day of June. 4. A. 1>. UU at the Mulberry Sink C BA88. tic of for Discharge of '--V.---- ----- ---V.----- _
.- A. JXm.J.. U-OVKR8TRKKT.!: School House determine who shall l -. Klsalrome' .. Florida. Kxecutor.Application TO ALL WHOM IT A TCOSCFnN -- -- -- V ,
Clerk:: Circuit Court. .. .
Nerve a* ".ho of said dls-
0 O.o.ola.-County. Florid.. rlct.for two trua.year next a/ter the :-10TICK OP1 BOARD :: Notice U hereby given by. '
V..T.I . aa executor of the .. J
Circuit Court ilea!) 22-fit election and to Ax the number of mil.Ofdl.tll..t tate of Henry, W. deceased that ;:
1. sehyol tax to b* levied Notice I* hereby given that the 1011 TbC..P&O
the '
8..dft n th day of A. the
V KO11CV collected, 'annually for the--aald two. County Comml..loner. In ... undersigned will present D. UI. re- .
' ,
.'NOTICE' ) I. ,hereby, riven that scaled years.The following are lierby ap 4MCcOIA" ....uatYr.Forld wil..'sit regularleaslon a* an pr to the Judge *f. the above Curt liceised,1j

bid will received by the Board of pointed to '.. peran June b..r', .. 1 1 31. for the pur- tor, apply and fO release hi- discharge'.f aa bandsmen Bx"u- 5f.r* -, raJ .BtrederW
County Coromlssloner up t* ten A. HL. clerk. ; at said .election .ne pose of all valuation as ..
Jun t. 1M. for two Truck.. t. b* .J. A. Mlnnlck. O. John txed by. .qu..II&.. .r. of OseoJji from further liability on J..utor'. A 1..i. .
,1 us4 fr Conatructlnar and malntalalnc lna n )H&nok bounty on .botb roal and Bond executed: by tbem. In' ,
personal
Roa4ai la Qaceola Florida. 6".nlt.. .. I H".n.CMrk day .f Aprt. 1SXS." . ,. M
4, County of property within the count,; for ths .n' S. : ,
J. I* OVER8TRERT'! ; Osc ola County Florida. April y..ar A.. 3. L OVERS7ItBPID. ALDIR' DIJFIN RF. .- M .
I > Clei ?-f the:; .*.... .fOantr CMnmlalontrs 1$2*, H. M.- s.A 0 Clerk 0 Circuit Court a-rd ef A < estate of'OJNSON J .., Itbid. ASbIIUGS.mINII CaD II' ?:
KT Crf Cek Henry W. Corl. dec.sed.
of Ooela County, Florida.i .u..t: C E the Board of Couy of '
) J n-u .Ilpt II-Ie. deeds COIII..lon.r OAnRE V Offleot .14f PHONES ...I UM
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, .CUCUMBERS IN OSCEOLA r17A 040000000. ..e...OOAA. .
AND NEED. OF TILING 4 0
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Trbune'l Osceola J d04004044s0'Oa0040000 .
From Tampa
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EDITORIAL ;
i County Edition) I .
;! Eighty-four days from the'ateof' ) 'H
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: 'planting, Burrows and :Yates two II To get relief when times are hard, 4v' .
, Klssirnroea men began picking cucumbers I Don't loaf around and.shirk! ,
from one'acre of well fertilized The'world don't owe you anything. . -. J
good, trucking: land which was onlyaurfacedltchdrained Get up and go .to owrkl I "..' -.. Home. Loyalty. ..., j
; and without any see. ; ." : ,
* irrigation whatever; this spring. Tho Alex.! Smarty '" ,' -
| "first twelve crates the quality gathered A flivver came rushing up theSilghway "
; atthe; 'first:picking, brought them to Re-tire? at an unlawful speed, nicked anotherauto ; o'J .
I-- -nine-dollars-j>er-rate intW New ,..IM....p.fra... ,an.d came near'running down an BOOSTIN-C..A, TOWN IS BIG BUSINESS WE CAN ALL ENGAGE .
I )fork. market, old man. The driver seemed! utterly '
I Mr*" Burrows is .the' efficient and reckless, and when threatened with IN. And what make i it'a particularly happy pastime tl' "

busy.. secretary Of the 'Kiasimmee arrest he imprudently shrugged his due! to the fact that .you are identified/ with .a bunch of '"GoodFellows" ';;
Chamber Commerce, and Mr.,Yates shoulders and airily dashed away. Investigation
sharecropped with him on the ven. : showed that it wee my old when you work with the Boosters of a community. ;

tare their dividing few a handBomelroft :from. Mr, hoping acquaintance 4ha4, ,the Alex.cop Smarty.e 'him.- Here's Before going further we want you-folks to stop and read! the _. j

Burrows who is making.a careful. ere qre list; cf :Kissimmee Business Men and Women whose names are ...

hunt for the proper Industry to put '. ""Till We Meet Again" .... appended herewith. You will be impressed with the'fact that
Kissimmee on the map, as the saying The Union Evangelistic. Campaignis NUJtlCAN1DIAaO CD "

in;:determined to try for himself using 1 ended., the last messagehaa been these people r are REAL BOOSTERS... .'_ _'" OF KISSIMME In every.. .... . .'
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.IntelliireMce: and commonsense, a delivered thefinal petition offered sense of the word. And there are many more just like them both '
the possibilities of truck gardening, and the series of meetings closed as
in the section. lie secured young the song-prayer, "Blest be the tie 'CHEAP CATTLE IX FIXRIIA in the business and citizen life of this city... -' "
Yates, a man whose head is as"level, that binds our hearts in Christian! ,
as his own, and together,they, .Went at. love" foated from the Baptist church : At present many of the You will agree with us, friends that these Business Firms,
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the business. whither" the large congregation had southwest and we"Bt are long on gras and in fnct all the business people of Kissimmee are not only- '
The story of. procedureand result fled on account of rainy weather" and
and short cattle. The time of
make*.sn interesting chapter in the the leaky' tent. The month' of May approaching on when the pastures yearis will: good Boosters but dependable servants of our purchasing public !

I 'narrative of Kissimmee's bunt for the will long be remembered as a t'mc-of be filled. "wlfo are-anxious and. ready to serge you with merchandise and, J
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rijrht.industry. PH1PPS BRoTHERs, GARAGE. repentance! soul winning and religious
Florida is on'lIteers. and price ,
long
: service at prices and involving quality they can afford to Itand 4
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Selecting a piece of.,land,that Jay joy. Christians of five denominations are lower than for, Two
well and would not be subject to jam. have worked\ together as one many years. back' -of.
-If1; : under quarantine prevented the THAT WILL MAKE THEM REALLY WORTHY OF
w had had tile drained and irrigated years ,
ago by water from any other than an There have been strong messages!
,
land said Mr. Yates in telling in interstate movement of cattle because YOUR PATRONAGE AS NEIGHBOR WITH NEIGHBOR. '"
excessively long rainy season they both in sermon and song for those the last legislature failed to provide u .
plowed and harrowed &it after of his venture-and producing his walk of.life for the young who '
welt! every ;
I proper tick eradication law with sufficient But back to Boosting. The thought ,occurs to UI't tBat YOUCANT
baring; applied, leven' tons; of'horse records -"we would, have 'netted- a need direction, for the middle aged funds for carrying out the .
'stable manure'well rotted and evenly' thousand'dollars' easily" 'from 'that and for the old folks looking out of visions of the law and this has pro-re- SAW WOOD WITH A HAMMER. The particular "ham-
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distributed. About ten days before acre. life's west window, all have had their
planting time a tOn and a half of the' Bunows and Yates are two more warning and ccmfort. of sulted steers.in the For accumulation'lorld&.ralles of stocks mer" we are referring to is the one used when a person "spends

properlY balanced fertilizer for growing Kissimmee men who Mill tile at the In 1914 a meet IITIt' was held In the, than it morecattle money away from his own community for purchases THAT CAN
can consume.
melons-was also this being opportunity, as they are not con old Pastime ..theater building under possibly
applied,
1 The Federal Bureau of Animal 1 Indus BE MADE JUST AS SATISFACTORILY AT HOME. It is thtT!
to half harvest from the
in the rows upon which later theseed tent reap: a the direction of Rev. Lewis. In 1921 has
rty recently placed inspectoat
was planted. As It was intendedto same labor and cost that would givea a second union effort was led by Rev. Jacksonville Duval an has name hammer that has beaten into insensibility thq towering
as county
reap the benefits of sin early crop full harvest with land that was pre W. II. McLeod in a big tent on Broad .
taken up tick eradication work and hopes of many hustling American towns that would have other-
if possible precaution was taken to pared against drought: drowning. way. Each of theso meetings was cattle can now be shipped interstate
, have ready the cypress board covering productive of much good 1 and troughs 'in case a possible frost WEEP; FOR TilE WOODPECKERWhen lust; closed under.tho-guidance of Rev.. and flue of.,ticks. ."
after the to the In other words however small the habit of some Kissimmee ,
should come vines were up. Frank Grant was supplemental While most of the cattle in Florida :
These troughs' cost, ready to use en a whiskey i vault in Harris other two and marked an advaifce in are scrubs, yet there are some improved citizens may be in spending their money away from our city, ;:
t the rows, $231.44, and while that sum'Waa was opened recently, says the the: growing sentiment concerning cattle lp the state. The in-
deducted from>> the !gross return count ford. (Texas) Herald youngwoodpecker united effort for the advancement of dustryhowever, will not yet develop' TO JUST THAT EXTENT: ARE THEY OBSTRUCTING THE y

from the crop, and troughs being fft was found dead beside a. Christianity, The Watcher sincerely as it should until the fever tick i Iii PATH. to the big, wonderful goal we have elected for ourselves. '
indestructible cypress will be good keg of liquor. Officers -believe that hopes that a nffmane"nt organizationmay eradicated, and more attention i.s.giv- .
fur use ten or twenty years from new. recently when-a Mill was found in Jje formed to preserve! the seats en to the use of tmproved grasses III It-is not the intention of the Kiiwimmee Business Men to dic- '
Planting was done January 13. ,The the forks of an old oak tree and rev recently used, so that they may be establishing .The cattle.
root of cultivation was practicallynegligible i:moved to the vault there must have available for similar meetings in the though 'are pastures.scrubs, hove 'a value tate to. you good people in this matter. They are more than ,

for at this season even in been"gvpodpecker's jiest in the tree I;,'future, hut please don't try to salvage JuSt tho'many Name, an Florida grass and weeds are not very trunk and that one of the eggs was that holy tent could y1
HJjrorous in their growth. On the 7Ui I hatched by the heat of fermentingmalt. I'> undoubtedly lanchmen be in used the at went.a profit of'the future is only inspired by their eager desire to make

day of April just .eiehtv-fcur Bays The bird'managed to< live for Same Here many It i-t surprising how rapidly the possible a Great "Forward Movement for Kissimmee and Kissim ;;'
,
from planting the seed Burrows ani i several days on cockroaches and the I i A young lover anfl his love were attending steers will fatten when they are freedof and citizens.
mee property owners
Yates began picking the first hnrveitlioihg like out died. when- this food was exhausted. chur'h.'hen the basket the ticks, !and put On ) twelve crates of fine well formed !I was passed! the man exploredhs !: I.
Theft at
young pastures. 'ch(>apneA8 present AND THE FOUNDATION FOR THIS RESULT MUST BE .
I cucumbers which sold may. purchasers to more "
a crate. I Often it is wise to kill the roostersof that would pass as money, he \\hhI money out of them than' cut of better' A FINANCIAL.FOUN-DATION that calls for keeping every cent
From that date on picking progressed the chicken yard in order to get I pered to his sugar pie "I havcni; u cattle costing more money. I have of these! resources within ourselves- be re-invested and re-spent s
.1"aa the wet) rtrew/ the -cukes,' them out of the -way. Fewer arc red cent; changed my pant.- M ian- -een .several" I bunches of Florida steers to the adv eatege and po.fitof: we Kissimmee folks. .:
and larger shipments were made each needed than realized especially where while the dainty flapper,. who had which had! been grazed on good pastures -
time. After the first shipment the egg production for -food-js the aim. I been searchirg.her handbi! irr rain, in 'ot he restates/ that would h .rd- Tins.kind of HOME LOYALTY means good times for Kisslm- r
best price obtained was-'$a.6O per Hens will lay without the rooster .blushed a rosy red and said' "Same ly have been recognized by thenfor- flue; EMPLOYMENT'for those who need it and PROSPERITY ;
rate and ranged down as the personadvanced and the eggs will b-e' just as good for here."-Dyergrams. , .. i- mer owners niter ..havingbeen ther< '. ,.
!, to 2.00, this lowest price food and -will-keep much better. Kill f for season. Some almost doubled<; 1 for all. ?
being obtained- for a shipment of the rooster as soon as he is beyond If a stitch i; time saves nine, why their a weight in a !'I
"culls" which reached .an especially his usefulness or keep him away won't a weed pulled in time save year.SUert '
;; to 5 years old can be purchased ,
propitious market. from the hens. ,ninety and nine? m Florida for $18 to $25 per .. ,

__ _ ,_ --c; _ heap. and cows 2 to 7 years old for .
. . ?13to $18 per head. When bred to BANK OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA,,, i.
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,4 good:l hulls in the.west, those cows COUNTY I HARDWARE CO. -n
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will produce (""a\res! Worth much more
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than the original cost of the mothersCan .
dC. .. , Deposits Jnsured Hardware & ,Furniture ,
.. a better.purchase: be' made? At '. ,
1' present one buyer in the !state has pur- / ,
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: .. .. ,"":' .' .. chased ,15,000 steers to ship west. L. II. Gedge, Cashier: Kissimmee f
,. . ,. . More buyers a" hcwever, to .. . II. 1'
( '. need ..A'.J a ;; '.' l ,1-T t.The .-,
,. absorb all! the- : hand.
Y' s I '' .' r f'' A "' It i believed that- the legislature .
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will later tick eradication ; .
sooner or pass a

,..,.\ _' ..,.it .. .. ,....\.';r .'.,' ;t t",-'" .... .. I t '".tl-') , .. ' .- ..t'. ' .. "1'.1'' .,." ,' .:' >" ,'- both bill the state which and will the be federal acceptableto au- ".;: .FRED. s.. GILBERT" .., LAKE VIEW N' ftI
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: thorities. At the same time the truckers < Rooms and Apartments .
A Citrus Machine tanned citrus growers and townspeopleare : Haberdashery, Shoes ",
Marketing goinjf-to'try ttfvget a' no fence" Mrs. M. A. Evans .
. bill)! passed, which is simply a stock. , :
. law to prevent cattlem-fron runningat Broadway : Kissimmee -KissimmeeLYLES > '
large. When these bills pass, .

to conform with Florida Conditions many..cattlemen lather than will dip sell them all and of theircattle rent

pustules for them. This will enable
Ut-6f-the-state buyers to acquire cattle WENNER SAWYERCOMPANY V. STORY CO.
and the sale of stock
cheap such
In organizing and building up the'Florida Citrus Exchange we j
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will make tick eradication easier, as Dry Goods, Shoes,
the growers who compose it, have-been: determined to develop\ a'sales. it will lessen the number of men, who 'Books Stationery .
. will have to their cattle nst I Clothing
dip
and .. ajl'& .
machine capable of handling to advantage all the grapefruit their will, Cheap Florida cattle should I GiftsBroadway .

oranges we produce. t tv money-makers for the purchasers.W. Kissimmee Broadway : KissimmeeFor
in Breed- :
F. Ward Polk County J

We have recognized ful1y .that our profits depend upon the. advantage ers' Gazette.It .

to Which we sell the bulk of our production-we, have real- isvell' to lemtmber that oil is.

ized that we cannot make' ooey just by selling a small-part of our. cheaper than the services of u me- MACH BROTHERS all kinds..ofPRINTING -
chanic. Use plenty of the former and
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output at high prices. -,- you will not''find-it necessary", oke % GARAGE

Also we have kept in mind the large proportion of goldens and your>ftcn car to have to the motor service troubles station adjusted. .very Nash Cats,.Hood' Tires' ? .come to the

russets as compared with brights and fancy fruit, in the grapefruitand Most motor.troubles are due to KISSIMMEEVALLEY
U ing the wrong grade.of oil or running Broadway : KissimmeeS.
orange crop of Florida-a proportion not likely to be materially too fa i* without draining out the GAZETTE

changed in the early future. old oil and refilling .the crank case!
with fresh oil.)

Consequently we have builded our sales department to give equal Grain,alone will not give high eggirnduction. L HAGERMAN, PHIPPS' BROTHERS

efficiency in handling citrus fruits of all grades. So 'well have we Hens must have mash GARAGE
.' with Rome meat product to get high
succeeded that now it is unnecessary to sell any one grade for less'than egg records. The coming of spring The Peoples' Market

the fruit is worth in order, to get fine prices on another. grade. does discontinued.net mean that feeding hens maybe First Class WorkGuaranteed


We could and would do much better for ourselves if we did not Broadway : Kissimmee

have to offer our fruit in competition with the lower prices almost

constantly offered by non-cooperative and speculative marketing I After Every Meal

I agencies. And you, who sell through them would make moro money1.' GRAYSTONE HOTEL M. KATZ'S SONS


Your interests and ours are identical. The interests of no pri WWGIEYSCbew ( Commercial and Dry Goods and Ready-

vately-owned marketing concern are,Allied with your interests. When Tourist To-Wear .

you sell through any of the speculative or non-cooperative} : agenciesyou I Mrs. Ben Baird

lose money for yourself and.for every other Florida grower. your food Broadway : Kissimmee Broadway : Kissimmee

well then useWRIGLEY'S

sensors what to
Why not east try
cooperative .narktting; cnn aid digestion.It Come To The STANLEY'S
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do for you on citrus frvittt also keeps RIVERS' BLOCK PHARMACY

the teeth clean, Phone 41

.. 'Y1.n are a./wri.ller.. .......4. .r .............'e' ..J.:.ialtlal..ti t .'*. ", breatb sweet The Center of Town, '.

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FOUR> ;;, KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE' FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1923! : _



measure by' 'the character of i its THE'TRIIWNE'S'' OSCEOLA

I KISS1MMEEVALLEYCAZETTE homes. If we continue to be a home EDITION [ .THE CLASSIFIED :COLUMN ]

' !' people we shall nave the .
BUBLISHED BT loving Tho'Osceola County "Edition of the S
..): !i 'THE: KISRIMMEF) VALt-HT OAZETTR strength that comes only from a virile Tampa Tribune was published last FOR SALE The' Extras
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( ;.. EVERY FRIDAY family life." This means that our ,
t'. KI881MMEE. FLORIDA." Sunday The results of'Mr. McWhor- KOIt M.\I.FJ-I have puppies toe sale, .
t/. ." !po' homes must keep pace with the rapid ,were C. M. Kchmldt Clne x \. ; .
ter'a sojourn presented
** "W. B. HARRIS .f.. ...._.. among us
ldentJO business and social life ."
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: : O. VANS AflftKVr .:;:; !.fily progress in several pages of interesting roil 8ALK: Ono. trailer; on.< lunch I
v .ALLISON T. .FHBNCU.____. ____Editor "As Is the home, so Is the communityand wagon: 'one lee box; t.v-s revIrigerntors .. .
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,... reading matter, which is good advertising ; ')'"- office .H"\ .t'",. dnpotnter -
,, IIIIl'nl'.ItIl"rIO\l: II"TFS . .. the nation.-/ material to send to friends in bitch. well u'aiurl,, with
One Copy One Year__,_, ., ....__1210Ona 'will- three puppies 8 l week ok'i in layInR THAT
v cities demonstrations! IT'IS THE'
Copy Mix Monthly_______J" 1.00 In large the North. The"stories' of earlier days l1..no. Owror irolnv luitli. 2.1 EXTRAS MAKE US-OR
4 One Copy Three )Month .CO be made next'week to> educate the' West Mltulivll Street, KlADinini* X '
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.. decorating in."the county make good reading for UUIN ,:IJS. IT IS 'THE- EXTRAS OF EX-
and
Enterflll at tho poitofflen at Klmilmine citizenry in selecting us, here at home. I'UlllJIltEJS. Collie*. shepherds, Kox-: .
*, Florida, all *econ<]-clas* mailer J Jhajjuililing which we Americans call : jj-rrii'rs.. hullsl'olntera.. HettirltI'upulrti TRAVAGANCE 'AND'LUXURY
i t' The Chamber of Commerce has ; all two months./ y.imc filce .. THAT
All communlcntlonn excc-pt from au- "homo. 'Be H"Tver sor humble-it' sent out'.several l hundred of these to Male. $1B: females fSach; :.' tff! '*
thorlifd correspondents must be signed home. And be it ever so humble-it Fox or Coon Houn-1 Pur> ''. s Ihi" BRING A MAN' .TO THE POOR HOUSE
liy the writer pecple who' have, inquired .about this month. 116* pair. Hlx morllm, I2v -
Rejected mutter called will for.bo returned If need not be unattractive. Be it ever locality. There are more of them pair eight months. '$25' ,"it'. <>.n.y..ar AND IT IS. THE"EXTRAS'SAVING! . UP. AND* .
old 116; each Order dlrectStamps '
to humble-it can be made a place available, and it wouldn't be a bad It, rrpllr Parnpll ICcnnellHUUaJiimon : .,.. REGULARLY PUT IN THE BANK
THAT
r-r.;; ;;Ad; unr.ntstivrl where the load can be just a little Idea to give the secretary the name \\ 8 C. ' SiltvOH ; ,

,.THEAMERICANPRts1\SSOCIATION. .! i lighter for the ones who bear the of people who are interested in"FlorIda .' 8AI/K-IHM.-appl.'ttpliintB) + $10 11 :MEAN 'COMPETENCE. THIS BANK IS
.- brunt of tending it,, and where the efficiency hundr..l..l delivered Tn 1\IMMlmrn: "<
.... FRIDAY, JUNE I, 1923 of the earner can be increased so he may lent'thencopies also. Shaker C01<>h)', 8t Cloud. Kl.t: 23..<\ =AT.YOUR SERVICE.
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The edition gave a lot of facts I
-- . -. }in j some degree. The incentive to- foil SALK-Solid blot-It of live lots In
about this county. It was not highlf "South KlMlmme. 50 feet eiirh b>'
BETTER HOMES ward keeping It what the American colored. No attempt was made to'' 208" fret Bargain for cnnli Appl\
i Ideals] have made it can be strength, 'I Valley Omelte. trIO
"play up. It was rather a. calm ex-
"The soundness of our social S'I.I ened. And we are speaking now SECOND HAND OOODH bought sold
'. tem and stability of our country are purely from the materialistic side. position of things as they exist. To .nd pnlrrd. The Canlno. 44-lf "S Merchants and Farmers Bank :
some it did not seem glowing enough.But .
greatly enhanced by the development Or is it ? it'wasn't FOR BALK. KorKrai: Furnished
a real estate agent's Rooms and No Trespass Cards, 10cent
of Jove for a home and the creationof Is it materialistic to install devices i each at The Oairtte office
folder it section of
a a
was great
.a home that, can be loved." which lighten- burdens. Or does the newspaper and it will have 'greater 4>-tr OF KISSIMMEE

So wrote President' Harding[ la t .resulting lightheartedness mean something FOR SALE-Fine rO.ld''nCfI;: property.
I weight because it was conservative. Apply at the office of The Valley .
February, to Herbert H overk -Secretary deeper The fresh coat of Qaxette. KlMlmme. S-tf !"A HOME INSTITUTION" .

of Commerce, in endorsing the 1 paint is a material thing, but when NOT WORTH T DIFFERENCE' FOR S -LK-600 acre food panturv
Better Homes Demonstration Week it results, as it frequently does, in a lAnd near St. Cl ucl. For quick tale

for 1923. And the Secretary of Commerce quitkening step a* the toiler approaches Not long ago the owner of a plantation 1 16.00\Vauchu1n per acre, Florida.Write 8 D. Williams
8-tf ..
in .
Alabamawas called his
, at another time, Raid: "If the it, a more erect bearing I' to
back door to find there
family is the unit of modern .civiliza: when he leaves it, a kindlier consideration -'named Jim one of the tenants.a young negro 73 ACRES on FOR Ih".lI'r..at BALK lilsle Highway -. ,
tion, the home, its shelter and gather of the others who share it- I ."Cun'l Bob" said Jim. "de flex'time ,[ just north of city limits. with An excellent - --- -- -'---- --- -- -r

ing-point should it seems, warrantin then, can painting house be called I you go to town, I wisht you'd git mea I houne, east sunning front;parlors modern: HleepiiiKl 10-room

its design and furnishing, quite as materialistic? Whatever it is, it marriage "license. Ise wants to >oithe". and an ideal home that millenhance ..
Liza. rapidly In value; Join. finestplace "
large a share of attention as the power I work marry Colonel In the county. Also good tenant -
Bob promised to do so, after -
plant or the factory." From a strictly business point of ; receiving $2 from Jim, the price of cut bulldlnRM The emphasis by both men was view Better Homes Week can mean 'the license. who will sell for $15.000. onlatoralile
much to nity-w this I Jim's license was sent to'him arvl term of |>"'.)rment. This Is
placed upon the home as a unit of a comm cpin- n i', nl bargain and must be Keen to
modern civilization.'The word "home" munity. Property. values are enhanced I two week later Colonel Bob was be aiM'ticlatedJi. a pleasant Wintergreen odor and is one
Again called 'tb: the door to see' Jim.. 3-tI. ..1 1..1<... front home. all In cul-
has a peculiar significance tp Amer. by a lawn and a rose or twd. life CuKl! .Bob," said Jim "Ise deridedI tl\Htlon, : rood bulldltiRs and fineplace J1U1dred.-points stronger than ever and kills insects '
icans. The surprised rrt>t have on exhibition 'a "model with good barn chicken house
doughboy was, may wants to marry Begonia instid of and llouhtu well. thnlAis valusble.Ihyiwl of all nationalities wholesale quantities
to learn that no word in the beautiful l home" with all the latest inventions; Liza. Can't'rou scratch out Liza's b\ 9 Kansas man who will ,

French language exists lo correspond We may '11ot be no situated that we name on?" de license an' .write in Begonia's KlIt-edK'il Mill Im" >'.prupertltii noil, K-u-li mii,. of..l' llrMtclaMH4ti these are. I' regardless of size or color. It does not stain

with it. America, like England and can choose at will a Bite*which will Colonel Jimlhat .cry way IVrniA to suit fabric or furniture, and is harmless to human
Bob informed thi I
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other of the Northern European coun-1 i be more conducive to Jjfalth and disposition I could not l be done, and that he.would InudI l"ltl.eII""d. filth: .,....Hl Irn pi .mi.\.i.?.n!<>ntM Ilii.Mlik. al.>.mtlI I II anil(] animal'life. Used as a spray.Kenolc .-
tries from whence we came, flax J the. ) ; we may not be able] to btfild\ hu vet.o si-cure a now license ut the I I 2"- nifl.s. front ( itlimits. extra i _

heritage of a one-family house? anti the needed addition;" we may! have to price of another $2. Jim, very much au.d Full) >l.itiil..it..tli, iilnrx Hplt n.h.1 ti>l liiieKntiil lmyrn.eme"ts.J' par j,i is very valuable for cleaning. and disinfecting .

.. the ideals which have gcpwnfrom', t get along for n while with the oljlKarate8but :" disappointed, went away; and J.OIIKi i I I Ise., 512t'. T..i IIIH Bath Tubs, Lavatories, Toilets, Sinks,
time later the Colonel chanced M'l.soN llf.tl.lt loart.lWANTED
that foundation have .builded the we can find number of I him in the field. ""Well Jim." said upon he,'I i" Slop Jars, Garbage Cans, Etc.. Spray and rub

stronghold of "home and family" \vuji to make what vt e have n little "01'" yOU mnuiVd yet ? i with cloth for quick results.

which has withstood the assaults of l.cttci, if we louk for these! ways "Ye-: sale, Cun'I Bob," J.m: rlTl',''', M-\\TI.I:: >. -t-'i .llnlnu: '. .lInr.. in look ,' -
,eel. aI.r., In. |II s-il. A for
ii UI-OMS IK necessity homes and institutions
"m 'Und' Liza of
marked las' all
various school! of ultra-modernjsM.l' next week, when iveiybody else' isl I got ,, KNhimrni, r. Kl.ii.ul 21,( '
igh(0' .: ___ tx.1
That ideal is attuned to the appeal of thinking along the same lines. With|.: --- kinds. -
TIll J II'AT.KIS:'! VoMPXNY: : : will
one of our greatest songs. It ill small' oath little improvement will come added I.Pertaining To Churches I nii\. a lady or K'ntUinan ,,,:,'lIt IIIKIM"lInn..p -
wonder that a government, 'roun l'oI'l pride in the home. Pride in th<- 1.?- -.I I.I, 1. \\alKliix I riniltitls' ..ref: TENOIE KILLS: Roaches; Mosquitoes, Bedbugs, Molhs, Ants,
i IHIW II' I.rvw here mid our ""I..HS"'O-| I
upon the ideals which have made the | home breeds pride in tftVr" communit"j HIGH 'SCHOOLtIT.tUL':) ,,"..1 tile nifx malt"ppul i. big Inriiini. I in"fHt. liralo ,! Flies, fle.s; Head Lice, Body Lice, and marry t>lhor Insejcst..
| tunliy .hull.yartieulnrs '
nation great, should take! official' o f-J l+:,ninunity pride is a __ I II and \.almahlr H.im/iles. sent fn.e toj' r
. nizance, of a movement such as will i community success and community I 11 J :00 a. m.-Surxlay, June :'J, Union I I IniHt.i". who nit'iifl* iHiHlneHH \Vrltei t <. Fenole for Fowls is very effective against Jigger -
.. li.ilaj' The J. \\atklns | '
Comtmny
be observed next week. 1 gain. .cc-i \ices. ': '/ j j I U," |'t 6a, MimHhls. Tetin. Zl-4tx, Fleas, Lice and Mites.. A.mixture of Fenole]

"The future history of America," I -XXX- .PRESBYTERIAN:' CHl'RCH IP 1'Ol" do anv kind tif furmltitf In .I' and lard, half and half, applied to chicken'shead
like the past, "will be shaped in large READ THE V-ALLEY GAZETTE. : I Florida you "should! read The Former
., Rev; W. H.: )Dresch, D.. D., Pastor .'1-" find Slockmnio which dealsv.tth clt- kills fleas and cures Sor' Head.
-rus mid truck. .
turmlnK. live stock
... --- ; 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. Prot.D. ,poultry. and dairying. Bend l for fie For Cows: Eenole sprayed liberally about
mmp) > copy or 25 eenta'for threemonths
B.Shaver; superintendent. Yearly 8ubR<,rlptlon. SI 00. the-cow shed and on the cows will kill Buffalo
0:20: p. m.-Christian Endeavormeeting. three \'''ArR. J2.00. Published twice
Orlando Mattress Factory. j 'it month Addrtss The Farmer andMotkman Flies; Ticks] ; Lice and Gnats by direct contapt. J
No 10 Nt'WOR" Street
r 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship.
JacksonvilleFlorida.. .,IJ,tfc For .MothsSpray clothing with Fenole be-
Visitors will find a cordial welcometo . .,..
WE REBUILD YOUR a homelike: .! church. MISCELLANEOUS_ ftfre packing away. -. S . I
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COTTON, HAIR, .AND; FELT; MATTRESSES ,t FIRST. BAPTIST.- ..CnURCHne. ...' IF'YOU Florida do yet any> shout'kind read' of Tho'Farmer farming In '. House-Cleaning I ::: Spray Carpets-Rugs, etc., ; 1

.' '. .-"M. '" BOX 'SPRINGS. ETC. "'. ". ,., : ,. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Past&r.:. and.Ktockman poultry rus and and duck dairyingBend which farming deal.. Hy with for." atock free cit before sweeping to"keep dust; and Jint d WI1., I

'. 9:45: a. m.i.-Sunday School. Car.* Mmple copy: or 16 .cent for three
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j' .. .. son Farmer, superintendent.. Classes month Yearly .. ll.OV;? Makinson'Hardware Co. r '
for all three year, f 2.00. Published twice .
Join the
Phone 801 class.
500 W. South Street ages. pastor's H month.. Adore Tbe Farmer and "' I Itf
7:00: p. m.-B. Y. p. U. Devofonal. ; HtockmaTi. No. 10 Newnan Street
ORLANDO FLORIDA S meeting. Jacksonville. Florida.. 11-tfc j
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w' 'C -8OO Sermon .
m the .
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p. pastor:
"A Depraved:: Aflpetite.by; _n _ ._ .'.'-- _ -- -- ..
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.. 8.00: p. m.-Wednesday: Prayer

.., ..... ........... .. .. .. ... ...... meeting.Free seats .
and
a welcome to
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-b long here. .
A'ch rch'bf the Bible and for the .

S Dissolution Sale J.r people. -

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Elsewhere in this issue you will find notice of Rev. W. C. Norton, Pastor
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7:00 a. m.-Union Sunrhie Prayer .
Dissolution of Partnership of Hagerman & Clough, : Meeting in Bungalow. -

and on Saturday, June 2nd, we wil} give you the ben OVl'rstreetluperintentJent.9:45 n. m.-Sunday school.. J. L.. '" .-. .. ,

efit of our Dissolution Sale.SATURDAY. 7:00: p. m.-Senior League devotional ,
service. ..
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K.OO p. m.-Pleaching by the pas- ,
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CHRISTIAN" "CIjVRCH\

All Florida Stew Meat, formerly 10 and 12c I Rev. Allen J. Miller, Pastor. .'TO THE-PEOPLE '.OF" KISSIMMEE AND"': ""'' ' ." r..

,per pound ; 'Saturday only. . . . . . 7c and 8c -- -- 'r
10 :00 a. m.-Bible School. .
All The and 17c 7:00: p. m.-Christian Endeavor. OSCEOLA COUNTY: !Mv
lb.
Roastsj'Saturday only 12'/zc
I ; per .t, Subject : "The Shepherd Psalm."" .

Pork Stew Meat formerly sold at 20c per pound. Leader: Stratton Story.
8:00: p. m.-Preaching by the pas

Saturday only, per Pound . . . . .16c and 18c tor.The Church.Subject".: "The Great Work of We are opening a Buick Sales Agency in Kissimmee at

Nice large juicy Roasting Ears, formerly 35c 7:30: p. Wednesday, Prayer i. i -

dozen ; Saturday, Dissolution Sale, per doz. .25c meeting.. Phipps Bros. Garage on Emmett Street, and will be able not


Irish Potatoes, fine, solid old stock potatoes, lb 3'/zC' ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH only to sell and deliver Buick Cars in Osceola County but also

Nice large No. 1 Red, New Irish Potatoes, Sat- J Rev. M. B. Ayres, Rector.

urday only, per Pound. . . . . . . :. .'.5c 10:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer. furnish Parts and dc Repairs of any kind.
i. 8:00 p. m.--Choral Evensong, with .
Tomatoes-nice, ripe Tomatoes ; Saturday on- f pecial music and sermon.

ly, .Dissolution Sale, per Pound. . . . . . .6 / c and 8:00: p. Wediesday: Litany
f prayers. Choir practice follow
Watch for. our Advertisement in next week's
? We carry a full line of Western and Florida CHRIST'S CHURCH paper.

Meats, .and our prices are always as low or lower (Pentecostal)

,' than the other fellow, and the quality can't be beat Corner Brack and Oak StreetsTho's.

We have lots of nice, ripe Watermelons from 25c B. Buckalew, Pastor.

--t . rp, 'as far as you want to go. Remember we are here national 10:00: a.Lessons.m. Sunday School. Inter- .

; to stay and we' aim to please the public. 11:00 a. m. Sermon by pastor.

7:15 p. Young.Peoples' Service.
j t Now, don't miss this great Dissolution Sale for 8:00 p. Evangelistic .Sermon by

.' Saturday only. kastor.. 7:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Instructive SHELDON JOHNSON '
BROTHERS
PHIPPS
t ._ ". Bible teaching by pastor. : :
"-Tours-for'mutual benefit 7:30 p. mr Thuraday: Weekly . .
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Prayer Service. .v I
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: 2:30 p. m--Friday. Women's Bible SALES AGENT I
Class. Mrs. L. B. Higdon in charge. Service &: Repairs

' S. L. HAGERMAN each Communion month. Foreign service Missionary first Sunday offering ?

taken second Sunday each

;' :.rr njonth Come.at,, '
M' Successor tolHagerinanl&Clough.l Phone 117 :
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: say; he thai soweth jparinrly < -
.. hall alsrey sparingly and he that
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& WEATHER REPORT J .
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4 Official Bulletin of daily temperature -'0 CITRUS DEVELOPM'ENTOperates Quality De Luxe"the
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and precipitations fur0 ,
: d o nished by the Kisiimmee Coo ,
Happenings operative U. S. Weather Bureau :Big Packinghouse

-.- _". 0 Station for the, ,week: .ending..4'Thursday And Business Increases "--.- Season's Straw
J : .. :May Sir 4"*

-d.- ....- .....- --- Four Hundred Percent i ,
0 Date Max. Min. Prep. *

Eat at Pupont's Cafe. tf Mrs. A. M. Story, of Plant City 4 Friday, May 25'.-_ 89 69! .67'* A typical story--cf tho steady. yet""- : I Iy
has been her "
visiting sons and at. 4 Saturday, May 2B..89 69 ..01Sundar. .-.*
Lee McLain, now of Lake Butler, is tending commencement exercises. < rapid growth 'of the citrus industry
.80 '
27.90
May 69
spending the week in the city. in Qsceola county can be found in the
Monday., May 28.87 70.12 4 .1
The Christian records of. the Kissimmee Citrus
New hair !nets 6e at McCAULEYS..' Christian church will Endeavor sell home-made of the 4* Tuesday, May '29...89 68 .67 '*.. Growers' Association! which, ., .1I.1f f
80..87 66 .05
Wed'day May pacing
candy in front of Katz's operating one of the. largest
store Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Harsha left day afternoon. If you want delicious 0 Thursday\ May 31_.88 68 .11 '0 houses in the county also has the dlstinctlon -' I
for their home in Portsmouth 4 Readings are made. at 6:00 p. ,
yesterday of
wclnut being the second: largest
divinity or any other kind, at 0 O
m. for the preceding twenty-four
Ohio. reasonable prices, patronize the C. E. 4 hours. shipping organization this year in the y

Shaves, 15c; haircuts, 35c; children. table Saturday afternoon. 0 ALLISON. T.' FRENCH. district Sub xchJlge.of the Orange, County Citrus

'25c: at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf MiSs 0 Co-operative Observer. 4 !!
Dorothy Miller will arrivehome The association owns and Derates

Miss Elizabeth Connard left ,.Kls today from Tallahassee where 0400000004 4p40o .oo4 its own packing house at Kissimmee.

simmee last week for Germantown, she has been attending the State Col- This plant is equipped with the latest i

Pennsylvania.! lege for Women. She will be accom- OCEAN-TO-GULF ROAD packing machinery, and is also pro ,
panied by Miss Dorothy Wells, of vided with modern precoolJnaanti \
White kid pumps at McCAUL- Miami, who will be her guest for two TO OPEN NOVEMBER coloring( facilities, which give it a

EYS. weeks before going to her. home. And great advantage inpreparing. fruit to
--'--. Brevard County Slate Road Dept. be shipped north.
Mrs. A. 'S.' Brunson and "little Burton Ames got back to Kissim Reach-Agreement And ReadvertUe In the last fix! years the .yolumft. or

Miss" Margaret Strickland spent. Friday mee Wednesday, having graduatedand ....I<:or Bid*,To Complete HighwayThe fruit handled by the association has
in Tampa, shopping got the next tram out 6f Gaines- increased more'than 400 per cent ac-
ville for home. Joe Sears and John following clipping iroci the cordmjf tp the records of Manager a

Famished Flat for rent. W. B Graham got in Sunday and Ad Gil- Melbourne Times of May 14 answers If. C, PIano, or from 21,000boxes in at $398
Harris. Gazette office. l-tf bert Saturday night. Bern Wilson ar some questions which have been ask- 1917 to 117,000 boxes for this cur- : ," :' .

rived Wednesday. Murray Overstreetand od about the status of the Ocean-To- rent season, which has been. the ban-
E. A. Bowen was injured Tuesday Bryan Simpson, came last week. Gulf Highway; from Kissimmee to ner year of.then) .all. This remarka- .
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when he fell'from a' high ladder on Melbourne: '- ble growth has been steadily made Others at $1.25, $1.98, $2.75, and $3.25 :
one of the boilers at the light plant.! Tissue!, Ginghams 5c qard.les'sat
per Matters have now been arrangedby from year to year. Preparations are is \,
If beautulful braid straw
See the bargains In hats -at Miss McCAULEYS. Other ginghams and and between the state road department now under way to increase the capa- fancy .

Bandy's hat sale. sheeting cheaper too. Why pay* anfl thl. board of county city of the organization's packing .' to-be-worn with special striped silkbandor'if .
than
more our price. commissioners. whereby the department house to six cars per day, to care for

Mrs. L. E. Livermore left Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Phillips and will take over the work of cont- the 160,000 box crop in prospect. for ; you prefer-plain band. of ..... .

night for her old home' In Lebanon, children returned Wednesday from a pleting the state road from Mel- next season. b1 ick. .
Connecticut where she will spend'.the two weeks vacation spent mostly in bourne to the Osjceola!\ county \line. "Passing through Osceola county'

summer. the vicinity of Orlando. They had The third, Brevard district! will turn on either train or auto" sgys. Manager The Newport is the "Spotlight" hat
,
over to the derailment I the $122,000 Piano, "it does not look like we
Intended making tour of the state
,_. New York Life Insurance Co.. Sam but[ c71.a..count: a the condition of the, made available through: the sale of grow very much fruit in -this territory of the season-and leads on pure merit. J

L Lupfer, local representative. 14tfr roads abandoned their plans, spending bond some months ago with the understanding but from these figures one can All good dressers are "buying .the Newport '
their time" with M-s. Phillips' that the department will readily- see that we are in the fit run
Bert Porter, who has been spending mother, Mrs. Winebrenner, at Lake assume the work of completing: the fruit business and have developed- : \
his two weeks vacation from Miami hard surfacing of the road to the, Os. quite an industry. During the next
Hrantley, and her sister. .Mr!. Inez .
with Canon Farmer left for t.heIIGut.bern..ctty All straws are hand' made of ,
Mtredith. at' Orlando. ceola county line. year our association handled fruit of our .

Sunday..: -- On account of thU latter arrangement from 180 groves. About 40 per cent finest braids-and .
You better WorkShoes for less A beautifl line of pattern hats. in it Is necessary: to readvertisefor of the fruit packed in our house weather-proof. .

get McCAULEYS. horse hair braid! silk" and milen bid. the opening of which..Jiss comes in. by boat while the: balance Panamas
money at combined, and leghorns; just what been set for :May '!!9, at Tallahasaea. 11M brought in by.etfhor tail or trtckx $2.75 ,

'Ernest Green, wlth,,Mrs. Grt>"enhI8 you will need for the neat ft months'. In the mean time the county b'ardit and l teams." .

brother, G. R. Green, and S. -C. Rogers wear at :Mr, Wood beck's 1J.ftShop making necessary arrangements: to c, Because of the goal prices that the -

left Tuesday for, Kiccrt; where All j.ricto educed. ,. ..* comply] vith the proposition mnd growers of Osceola county have )been :
they will remain about a month. with the department. It has required nble to realize for their fruit shipped .G. \V.PersonsCo.GAZETTE .. ;
Florida Sanitarium; .iii-i Uo.f>ital, the work of the state convict gang: a'i |h by the association under its famous .

Ask for information on 'the New Orlmula, Flcn.la. :Medical, .- uj'ery entire year to complete the* gradine I. "Pride cf / /Osceola" 'l-'Ioiidw ,.. ';, .,
York Life's latest policy.-; Sam Lup Maternity; Capacity 1ut 1 I patients: of this important road 1, and the woikjon Cowboy," and "LanTti"! biaftr's.' Manager -- -
fer. 14-tfc Equipment; modern, nM 1, di-I. jihysi- the fill across, the St. Johns flats Piano is anticipating a cons idCicblc .

ologi.al th!rap"ut'r'I l'w\ic', ;in is not yet completed' but Under the> growth in the co-oneratKi- .
:Miss Helen/ Schmidt who i is waiting the Southeast. .JtfHtn. \ -- -- - -- -- --
plan row twin)!: put into operation | marketing movement fh Osceola county
for the Sylvester E. Wilson Land this fill will he cimpleteil l hv the time'' next season. "We are using the

Company of Orlando spent the weekend \V. J. Searov.ii fed, IJ-.t' tam the JVlvinR'.n.w: arhes this pent:.on reason ;pool and all the gravers are "W ANTADS" ARE WINNERS Yr
her in Pinedale.Miss mencemcnt adchesx lit Winter I'jirk
with parent_ of the road. very! well pleayH 1 with the season's,:
last Friday night. He i says he spoke ,.Their i IH, little questigadhut that the prices," ho fays. This is the fourth" ' .
has summer.huton Kale ( .___ __.
Bandy a chiefly on current e\t-nts; and was completed read will b > pene: I to traffic year that we b \i' used the season' _
'-good opportunity to' get: a hat at* I I much pleased to note the progress' appurcnt'ln by not later than next November j pool, iuii
reduced prices. Winter Park He praised fltal.Tla.Ll'HONl'. again treat ).....ar." -
the new high school there nnd was In tIn of citrus fruit, .
A..C.. Chapman and land Ispe.it prt-cooting .
Tuesday Sanford, where they wentto very complimentary about t'lf' excellent : : :' ('HL'KCILI'KKM'ME. one of the latest devices for insuring .
: JUST ARRIVED ATMilar's .
enteitainment-put t he" t
oi hy Feni ,
attend the funeral of Mrs. Ch'tpman's AND.:' ,1'1111'; better keeping qualities and less'de- w
i iors. "I 1 enjoyed"mv visit; there I Idon't I
r l/ay
the Kissimmee
1M.. M. Stewart. in; transportation
father ---- ; 4
know hither ne au.nente'didor
-- not, but 1 hope Ii";' he.sa.id.Riv. Two colorei! folk" fight and the )' 'itru" Growers' Association lays'claim '
insurance they < {
life
oVie of
The leading company I usual aftermath in the Mayor's court 'to having the best most

of. the' world New Yoik Life. See S. I. Smith, from New:-- Yoik Monday moming. Mayor-Commis simply constructed and economical% Store-
Sam Lupfer agent. 14-tfc plants, in tile! state The results that i Variety
near Coming, nfu-r <'orre"pjniiinx sioner Gilbert acatedhimself, !' and City I ,
-- -- achieved'by
Miss Sara. Garner Bell' who has with many ports ut f"1..ri.t.? ; visileKisslmmee Cleik J. R. Gilk] >ci> handed him the have been the association _
through/ pre-cooling have been highly ,
lust week, snj j after careful J.l1'cgTa'1I. -
days '
been at the home of l\IrJl', C E. II It in .
satisfactory. Decay has been so mar :
the winter and spring left inspection, "II )'in'' out the land: n Simon," called the mayor \
during past teilallv reduced that Piano ,
Manager '
purchased the olil :Mawson; home; in Large assortment of Enamelware Bliie White.
yesterday for her home in !Muvf -. and Ollio came forward and was believes his aysociatipn! sustain /I'' and i
West Kissimmee. lie is having it
putIn
fcro, Tennessee._. better shape, And will soon"movc swom.. and"You striking arccj one>MrgtJ Rhoda with Williams fighting smaller percentage of loss from this; i ijlourct' We will sell these goods .at prices far below' the'r:';; r .
than other association afliliatetl ,"
/ any i'lt ,
his here for their
shows in HoleproofSilk family permanent .
Quality Guilty of not guilty. "
> with the Florida Citrus' Ex 'market today. ;
,'M" home. Rev. Smith has made.n roost "C
Hose. $to'jS-at: 'McCAULEYS; "Yes lIu11, I iiit her./Sho came into changeThe spsocation's'prefoolingequipmept . *.. .
favorable impression on Kissimmee: f i > Jn tr/ ; i r
room au' started to hit me, an I '
-. Mrs. G. Cf Bronson 'retur.nedSat people and they are pleated t? add my grabbed the lamp an' protected my cam lower the temperatureof I have largeassortment afCc'and;; ': ".
.. urday from Winter Haven where she him la our citizenry, trusting that he fruit 4'"degrees in eight hours, mak- Also a .J ;; ( ,10crgoods
self.:! 'The mayor looked aroundand. J(; osslble to load preocled* fruit .*;' .' ''' "* ; .. .
attended high school commencementand and his family will be delighted: ring 1 to select 'from. <: '; JSK : *
asked for Rhoda., She walln "pres- . / J
often the day it i I" __ .
homL' cars on same ,
of her .
witnessed the graduation 1 their Southland : The deal walt ent, having'nad( a $10 bond. Chief V '... \
niece, Miss Anniebell Steffee. : made through the :Nelson-- Realty Drfggers sent for herand she packed. 'i 1 VH1
---. _. wall ; i Much ,of the credit for 'the success :
All flowers and braids on sale at agroat I Company. came. She also pleaded guilty. "I'se I I of this co-operative' association ofOsceola V ISJ 1 OUR STORE AND BE,

saving at Mr; 'Woodbcck's\. Most of the Kl"sinim...e students at guilt But she hit me with a lamp, County growers must go to

Hat Shop. the Florida State College for Women an I l.It her with man fistV And she B. C. Miller, president, of the assoclaI : .
have returned home :Misses :Norma-- hadow-boxed the blow with such\ I I lion and prominent fruit grower: of I CON/VINCED WE SELL

.Reed I S. Salley, of Orlando special Griffin\ Carolyn Walker! and Lois realistic persuasion that thc mayor the count He has! been one of the
agent for the Vatlo'nal Union lyre considered it worth $25 or 15 daysin 1 best boosters that the
: Ovcrstrcet got home last nij1'ht.Iiss.: : cooperatrvemarkttlnir .
-Insurance Company has purchase! a Muriel Prentis' also reached home, via ja-il. O1J):"> got off with $10: Then movement has had in I FOR LESSMilar's ,c. ; ....

10in Kissimmoe on PenfielJ and automobile yesterday' Cecil having caine the teal fight's: hearing. I Florida during tho past six years!

nillingham, next to Carsou.JFaimer'sresidence. gone to Tallahassee ln.t Sunday to Litha Russell was. charged with 1 His. work, and that of Manager Piano

_. bring his mother nnij ,'ter bark fighting and striking asked one the Serton'Grel'lI usual\j has been ably backed up hy the rest ""
--- and when ''of the board of directors which includes *
Misses Mary Tiller! EmilSa'er! ()n. -
The best investment you can makeis question she said, "Not guilty. She! i C, Funk J, S. Cede! C. A
If./
Elizabeth Packer Helen 'Am*''', :Margaret ,
New York Life Policy. 'Betterthan said she had witnesses., and the first (
a iGairrtt"and .
; C.V. Bruns.
TanpaTribune
lj ley, :Mattie Stanford, and .
H savings account. See 14 Sam tfsLaccy helma Suttcn arc all balk, and Miss one was called. Mattie Will ron was of! I I: Osceola County Edition.:
Lupfer. : sworn and told to tell her version Variety Store
1 orothv Miller arrive today. :Miss
and' ;
the affair She folded her arms ].
Johnson' who is spending: his Irene Reed Is in Orlando. Miss I Helen told her story. She said the trouble I| .UNION 'B\ AXiEUSTI11-

vacation in Orlando with his brother, Mass, with her mother is visiting. in had started! off the phone both women I PAIGN CLOSED Sl'NDAY I

Clarence Is a frequent visitor in Kiseimmce Cairo and expected home Monday. being line. The first < .,
where he comes two or threetimes Miss Mary SinjZ'eltarhn... pone: to thing she on n knew)party about it was when i' The rain cut down the attendanceduring

a week to look after Congressman visit' her room mate inone of the S..rl'natalllC"'to hor house and calledto i the closing days of the Union, .
Sears' business. I western state!! :Mist i Ada Louise Lithia. "Serena wanted to know/ i Evangelistic Campaign. Sunday afternoon - -
Simpson called! to Jacksonville! t .when the huge booster chorus
was [ ,
what Lithia meant by calling her n I
New !goods just arrived. Laces, Ribbons i bjithe illness of her mother lust week. funny little thing. Lithia say M 1 I Vlich had been trained by :Mr. an.l Get Your Job Printing froll.t t the Vallcy
Crepe crepe, etc. at McCAULEYS. is taking! the boat trip and wiJl!! r-e an I wapts you you. to git out I don't wartno gram, they had to do so -in the high w
home shortly. nc-hocl auditorium, the tent having-
!Mrs. P. J. Bailey and daughter, Ef- _- trouble with y u?: An' Serena developed sprinkling qualities which .

fie, will leave -Sunday for their hometown NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF says 'You give me the fifty cents youow..s threatened to grow into immersion.A .

in West Virginia. They will also PARTNERSHIP:-- me an' I'll leave you alone. large crowd of people came out 'ini
visit relatives and friends in Virginia Litha says she ain't got the money
unite of the weather to hear the lit-
l and where they expect The public is notified- that the firm that she'll send it to her and stepped i I
tie folks in their Bible read
to KentuckYI easant weeks. of Hagerman & Cloufrh I i" dissolver! down on the ground an, Serena lit in. | Ings, and answers to songs questions.
by mutual consent. The business! will to her. Said she'd heard How shewaa l the
Sunday night closing
session
Beginning June lat, all hats greatly be carried on under the name of S. L. talkin' and had bought a automatic .when saw Grant
Dr. Frank preached
reduced at Mrs. Woodbeck's Hat : Hagerman, who irresponsible,, for% alltndebtednese. i an was goin' to protect herself. i' his closing sermon at the Baptist .
Ida pulled her off and she S
S. L.IIAGERMAN.CONGRATULATIONS Anthony
an' hall to church, :'the tent being unflt for occupancy. 1
Shop.W. I knocked Lithia down again I' The church was crowded

F. Trout of Lakeland after be pulled off again. : for his farewell address. .
visiting places in Florida, selected I CALIFORNIA! Serena was called and sworn. She \
many 1 I The campaign opened in Kissimmee
into the details of the telephone J
in Klssimmea. on Sum- went
a home : nt the big tent "April 29 .and continued
on -
Mr. and Mrs. Evarett C. Mills, pop- conversation and then took beevisit |
and it through up !
street bought
ner ; four weeks, four churches cooperating -
ular the
singers during evangelistic I
Nelson Realty lIe is now to Lithia. 1 ask her what for !
Company. .
in the meetings. As
a re.'I
campaign, left Monday for Los Angeles. -
Thank7; the called me a funny little black thingan
improving the property. suit* number of have'
\ a large
On Tuesday there followed theman of I I people
her ,
said it jes'
t> ople, she was way
send more ;
Lakeland us. some
; j united with the variourr.huft"he and I '
Excellatone phonograph, productof herself I ask her for Jllr r 1 '
and heartily expressin' my I I
have for them
we room the Kissimmee factory of II. H. ( two hundred children have been greatly '
welcome Trout as'a citizen. fifty cents rn tole her I I'd leave. Lithia .
Mr. and i In- .
their
helped by singing
Shrigley. Both Mr. and :Mrs. Millsliked an' I ain't never been on the best' U I

The best investment can make the Kissimmee-made purchase o' terms. but we was friendly. I sells 'itruction U .:.Bible subjects.

is. a New York Life Policy.you Better I' machine so well that they toilet goods an' she was a customerof I TRAINING COURSE FOR NURSES
for use! in their work. The specially lose her. d'
than a savings account. See Sam one mine- an' I didn't want to (
Lupfer. U-tfc constructed tone chamber adds! She owes me fifty cents right now fora The Orange Gene/al 1 Hospital offers Gfocerles'

greatly to machine's carrying power. bottle of pel fume. An' we belong a 3 year course of training for Nurses. ;

P. L. Love returned Friday f row an MOVED I to the same church an' the sl&me' !. VJfoung ladies between ages of 18
WOODYARD
Indiana where he . lodge. She went into the house an'Icame f and; 39 years College students of.
automobile trip to '''' .. *
took from Saint Cloud, via I have ,c'jnoved' 'my woodyard from back with a great big butcher High School graduates preferred. 1
a party: "
Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville 516 Brack,street;:to 1 21"Main street knife an' her mamma an' this gentleman Wfl have an up-to-date 100 bed honpitaX4 THE HOME OF QtJAMTY4During' '
) of 35 to 75 <
another
Louisville and Indianapolis. From where urn 'atill prepared furnish (pointing to witness daily average patientai I ,
,
it down an' she struck Our Surgeon*.and Physicians I
yenee.blockll tole her to put
tomerwltfi
there he to his former home at 120 I
went cB:
mv
Sullivan Indiana, ; where he' left his 16-inch, delivered for $34; --12-Inch : at me an' I threw up my arm this- are V the best and all classes arethorolsghly"given. Better; Honies> Week- -. une 4 ;

said *...... stove-wood, : an' caught the blow right here. New class begins '
car and returned by train. He blocky $24.6. SpJIttfo way to 9-we .will givefree\\any.35c'.artlcle\ rwitlt
after with 'a stick Junk flntcWet
the roads to Rome, Georgia i from ) : fulL, attend; ,1&1ncbjor; : Then she went me .
$asagteed knocked her clown an' fought have a New Nurse Home whichwe' a$3.OQ :cash purchase. r'
Florida, point w ere L very good but (acts,jqf! .f.llt GeC\IyouJ' an' 'I the' neck and shoulders an' appreciate and enjoy very much,, ; .a .' ,u.'\ ')II I ,
*' Idellvereat'Phone her-
from there to Indiana" they were' in a wintez'rt'91 supply-/. Bonin. : '12-tf arMS on, I pulled her hair' was the Afi.ppplicatlons..ahould\ be, .maI .tiY : :; ;,!;
deplorable : ;
condition.
"In'many places ; wont' I dme., I didn't think' nobodywaa Dlreeir#fbf ttvrt.,.. rar.'General Mi..OCE: : *
.
large numbers of farmers, particular ... ,u' .f't' '.
.
rtorid t ;
the 'cause they Orlando ,
call Hospital; : :_.
to police
ly in Tennsat hrev coining money NOTICE ,, 'goln : ..... .. \ \. ....
pulling machines rout of'the mud and All persons ,are warned ,.that'no.. was all in favor of and it"Lorenzo Castle T; BuJdlesofpid'pape.asS-for-' 3i1:! .tI s10ut"ma.rr.: 1: 4t'J1its iwlellnitltf : '.l 1'1'10"; l q LA"'n"lG"t r' ..

places it Is' considered an open body has' ,a"right to"YorJtl"'A.eb.connect wttf j'8t!mywater" :? were W.. .B examined, RedrMt' as wltnetses-for SerjeW ''st.to. pfce of'The'i(;.settej 'tOt"... : 10 _!)irnftSS Ipr rwiuDXR! .bl' _: r't !: 4' 1: '
secret that the conditions of the N w e1c.
W the'' Judge ;-finally' ,assoisedi Bettf* k. ay.thy711aiaqe.aehii
toads are made.. ,worse )y agents. o! 6 2tx 'A irt-2& '.-d.i IA h ta41*- ft, '<::alt| jtii ( .
H'faftbft.... .....m ''''''..,i' IM'AR10fNW1PEC1I) >11,, Serena $ .. ], '
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: : HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTE... :Osceola The following"County" Edition article of is the from Tampa.the WE .. WANT TO. POUND .

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Tribune: -
f> "- -'---KISSIMMEEFLOIUDAjtJN-: < 1.-102--------- .. MBER" "If, Kisslnimee had" 100 truck" far- + - .... -+

: VOLUME 1 . .__. _'u" --- -- .......-..-. _.- -. -- ... mcrs with the gumption of a louse I
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J'. --r-- EXEMPTIONSAt : COLLEGE ,OR NOT? this section would not have to depenlon sail \ the head' of all our friends thatwe've
Editor......---.------Fred Lnpfer I anyone else for anything it into :
Assistant L.ditor..A1be7ta Bronson' M. D. Casler living on a little patchof '

."I Reporters last the final examinations are At last the Class of,'23 are high} fifteen'acres'-on the outskirts pfKisaimmee got the best line"of Oil Cooking Stoves In,

Ninth ______-________Christine May over and the pupils who were exempted school graduates. And now the'vital to the writer who what had visited t.ie- : We handle four different kinds
" Florida. '
find out
the :
with their farm to
,,1 Tenth Grade.-__..,..Rebekah Miller from examinations question forcing itself upon his ,
Eleventh Grade________Janet Graves subjects in which .this honor was minds -"College or hot1 To the untiled land truckers had accomplish.
*q'C ,. Twelfth Grade.._____Katherine Tiller made, arei- boys, this question should be of especial ed this" season. all excellent, and each one _a leader in its
Phay importance, for they are the When Mr. Casler 'spoke of "gump
Music Department.Theta Ninth Grade ones who must make their own way tion," he meant "sense enough to tile class. We court. investigation and are anxious -

. Irene Spence English Algebra, through life. And what better equip drain their land," as he explained.He .

FAREWELLS, I History, Latin. ment for the struggles of life, than .a has been trying to farm lor BJV to demonstrate the working of any of

Vivian Floyd English, Algebra, good college education? For, in these eral years! "dependmg tn; the heaven.

We wish to bid a fond farewell to History, Latin. .. modern times, the man without an education ly climate and God's-showjers Jto muku our stoves.

H. N. Makinson,'who is the only Ruth Herzberg Latin, Algebra, stands small chances of rising him a crop. Three years! out of four
teacher that is leaving our high; above his fellows. he Allied to grow anything becaus: Let us show you.SOMETHING .
school faculty this year. For the last History. And though many boys agree to this of either too much rain or not enough
three years Mrs. Makinson has been Jcanette Griffin-Algebra. they still persistently argue, "Oh, I rain. "Even! at that," he said, "1 have

toiling trying to pound something Minnie Hudson-Algebra. want to go to college, but I can't afford about broke even. Now I am going NEW AND GOOD

about History and French into the. Julia Ledbetter-Algebra, History, it." To these boys we can only to tile my entire fifteen acres this
heads of some of the high school stu- Latin. say: "Where there is a" will, thereis summer and plant for two anj thre; We are selling the MOTHEX GARMENT

dents, andi"Troni"the result. we believe History.- a way." Can they not work a year sure crops next fall, winter and
: Algebra,
she has succeeded in teachingus Christine May- or so first-or can they not earn their spring." STORAGE .BAG. It is an Air-tight,.. Moth-
We do Ethel Owen-Algebra, History, Latin ? Thousands of he
what she intended to. not way through college The one year out of four that

realize how we will miss Mrs. Ma- ,. the most successful men in the world succeeded<< he harvested 105 barrelsof proof Dust-proof Damp-proof cedarized bag

, kinson, and we won't realize it ,until, Inn Phay-j-Algebra, History, Latin. today have done'so. It l. no.jdlsprace Irish potatoes from one measured ,

next September when school opens' Isolene Rl'ave8-Algl'bra. to work your way through college. acre of land, and sold the entire crop that protects your clothing from insect ene- .. :_,
its ,door again. Farewell Mrs. Makinson Edna Yates-Algebra. Rather it sets upon the boy a stampof "run of field" for five dollars barrel

- and we wish you the best of Catherine Denning-Algvbra, His. honor determination, will power, without picking them up of ha'ing'to I mies. Big enough to put an overcoat in or
; tuck in the road of life which. you are tory, Latin, General Science., and "grit"i -...all-the qualities that go pay for barrels, the purchaser beingDr.

about to start upon. Athalia GriffirT Algebra. General to make a 'man worth while. Phillips of Orlando; then that lots of smaller duds. And best best of all
"
Now .the To those who
Science. as to girls. same spring he took from the same
Geneva Miller-Algebra, History, must earn their own living, wesay acre forty bushels l Of sound hard (.orn' not
.Farewell, dear Seniors, .farewell to Latin, General Science lust as we did to.the boys-get a college ro'\\'n' without any dditional 'ferti- they are expensive.See .

you* who next Monday, Jung 4, will Clara Bell Adams-Algebra, History education, though it may mean lizer. them.OSCEOLA

receive your diplomas that will carry ,. Latin, General Science. some hardships for you. And to the' The next year "after that Mr. Casler .
you out into a higher life than this. girls who have no ambition to go to bought five acres of additionalland .

Those you leave behind, remember, Tenth Grade college
will think of you often in the future Elizabeth Carter-9th History. mere taste of learning than a high planted two and a half acres of that

and swish that you were hack in the Mary Louise Snodgrass English, school education aforda"we can only !five acres in cabbage and cauliflower,
O. II. S. with us. Seniors, maybe Latin ; "where- 9 your ambition ?" Evenif the entire HARDWARE CO.
hitting good
Algebra: Biology. a season
wonderful Class of 23 theRe
not all of your Mary Kritz-Algebra Latin. gills do not need a college education growing period. As a result he sold
will to college, but those who da as a means earning! a livelihood
go Rebtkah :Miller Algebra, Latin, the crop from the two and a half
nnd those who do not, (and we are it wotlld seem that they would .
hoping every one of you can) we wish Biology.Katherine Moseley-Algebra. desire the culture, the refinement, the acres fifty dollars on the of field what, for he$500|Ibid, or for within the "' +O-H e o. 0 0 0 4<0 0 0 00,000 0 0 0 0 to 00 00 0 to 0 0. .. ',00.000.0 0 0 0 ...

to say, always have an aim in life the Eunice Rivers-Algebra. yearning for higher and nobler things: entire five
same as your aim in High School was that such an eJuC'ationvould bring to This aere"I I

to graduate: as a Senior. Always Eleventh Grade them. cucumbers ) :
aim .high and when you have accomplished I First-Class Job Work Our
t great things, do not stop-but. Joanna coelt-Geometry, Latm. -I . for two days, his only paying crop SpecialtyKISSIMMEK'M
ei push on that much harder and make History:' START TRAINING hall l been hit early' table corn. Fifteen: I
4 woild Elizabeth G. Moseley English, acres cf that corn the finest the
the.most![ of liflthat\ this> tan
Latin. writer ever saw taken to market as
Geometry. -
expect. To the boys who have stilt in th.ir'to.
Theta Phay English GeometryU 'roastm ('al"" has been sold for foity FIRST-! I land as ,well aato, men, l>rof, Scott
\ the Citizens MilitaryTraining
application (
: tory, Latin. ,Cents a dozen: and you can figure, the STKAVHKRKY; SEASON I sa)1'1.'
farewell Mary Stanley-Geometry, Latin. Camp we wish to nay vsc results in cash for yourself.!
This seems to be. our isfcue I -- --- A soil that is not kept busy growing
aqd; we also wish to bid a farewell Alberta Brunson-History, Latin. |hope you (an pet in, because then- Now comet the moral of this story.Casler ( B)' John I.. McWhorter in Tampa some useful crop will grow a crop ofW.t'd.
] has decided that if this lands
I. to our readers, as this is the Tact issue Janet CravI-French! Latin. is not a better way Known-for the] Tribune) .., and weeds take fertility from
dear ))('na Snodgrnss-Geometry, Phys. so rich and the climate so' KI'I1C.'rOUMthut I
for this We hope, the soil and mf'an"another of
i year. training of football than the training he glow once in four kiKHimmee fit(liners last season for crop
ics. can
years
r readers, that have enjoyed the weeds and further loss of fertilizer:
you .
the first time in t their history ven-
will receive at these and sufficient cover all the losses of the
in Margaret SiJrI'r-Geometr you cnmpx
news which we have been putting tured into the winter strawberry &-vt )'UI', is the experience of thin
failure
this space of The Kissimmee VallegGazette. HelenVilcox-Geometry. we all hope that you will continue yearn of without either business. After frown.. examination 'm specialist who goes on to say:
drain-I every
Nillic Woodall irrigation he can make
For the last live months -Geometry.- training: through the first of Augustand aKLor of their climate) and soil) conditions "It is true that weeds add more
'We have been trying to put uh is much every( year with tile ( humus, but there they stop in their
I I after a month of milituiv training land and wells. So he is tiling his en- and with the advice of County
things in our .paper as the public mite cf good. Grow a legume .on the
Leo Wilson who brought 'the
would and sincerely hope PROFESSOR AND MRS. our boylr 'should be> in a* good: 1 tire fifteen 8.erf's1.bi9 summer-he already Agent
enjoy, we and of his and-which can be done almost as
We for football ( the has the well and -pump-and experience knowledge
our readers- have enjoyed it. SHAVER ENTERTAIN: sliniw season ITS of practical and tru<'king'to 'judlya. can 'a weedand, besideshumus '
wish also to thank The Kissimmee \ coach could expect. To ttlosfe'who! do next season results'! that ale ivsuts! years assist them farming Home fifty or sixty there will be added to the Boil
be ficm the dices
Valley Gazette for allowing us the may expected the "\1"1'dearelll and most "Itar'elemcnt -
not to these we wish to 1I''reR of Missionary variety strawberries
go camps say maker who to Florida after losing
privilege of publiahing our High Professor- MI'''. Shaverntertamed came of plant food-nitrogen.
School news each week. We wish also !-I the Senior Class with a dc.liciouH that if you have any school spirit, his barns' an'I- dairy factory ,by made were to planted make and thorough arrangements test- "Beggarweed, rowpeas. peanuts and

to thank every reporter and also '. luncheon at the Chamber of l 1411'-8 see it. What we'mean is, that if fire.Mr. a vejyet beans are probably the* best
the results.
the other students of the/ High School Commerce last Wedrfe day. After you have any school spirit, let's see : Casler has noted the attitudeof of made .the legumes for this state. It is a little
No
-J----- who have 'helped to carry on this paper the luncheon Dr. Vincent, of Winter you train as athletics] should, so we the banks toward' men who are money was whole by the venture community : late to plant velvet beans, but It is >>
dear -folks until we \I Park interesting talk can show the state what real football tile-diained and irrigation well far- as a on
_ _ Goodbye. gave a very What netted individuals not too late to plant peanuts, cow-
was by some
meet again. AMEN. Jon the "Future Prospects of Florida." players we are. mers. lie overheard one man in a peas and beggsrweed.
was practically lost by others, so
bank applying for a loan to aS8ithim -
"Hundreds of land that
---..-- -_.- - _n_ _ _ __... _____ in putting in a big crop last sea the ledger stood balanced except for -of' acres
have cucumbers
crops"of cantaloupes -
thing' On th/ (credit side of grown
one
.- ..THE, COUNTY. AGENT'S .-. :I the past Yew months, which ranks the GIVE. TilE LIVTLEJIEE son. The bank asked first 'of-'all" the page there stood out hold and in celery, or other. spring crops
"Have a well and tiled land ? and
; IDEAS OF TilE- COUNTY IjnketlWSisondistrict one of the main you could advantageously be planted, to
? A CLEAN FRONT: YARD big figures, the facts that Kissimmee
C I citrus developments in the citrus belt. upon being answered in the negative fine berries these cropslnate.d of being left to
(Tampa 'Tribune) Besides the citrus-soil in Lake Wilson concluded, "I am sorry, but there is section can grow as as fate*and a crop of weeds. For the
I Suppose the entrance to a large of- Plant City that it can produce themas
What has been described in this one district we have a number. of ''f tei building were obstructed by a toq, much that risk is neither'in lending tile-drained money on a early; that; they are of the proper sake of the land of the livestock on

locality is but a small part of the tracts in'-other parts .of -the county cane brake? How much would the crop be nor hardness and solidity fof .shipping: your farm, -and of your pocketbookj..
to irrigated.
kb surprises which one meets in',a that grow fine citrus.. Kissimmee and work, and efficiency of the various possible sndJhgt-.the .flavor-is, excellent ana plant a legume on this idle land and
lie has visited the Sanford
,searching trip,, over ,the county as the outlying districts. as Shingle business concerns' housed in that trucking the color superb. The further fact convert.w tlat, .would.otherwise be a
and !
will be seen in the following Interesting Creek, Center Park, Pleasant Hill, building be interfered with T" 'district seen .'.tkis.jpting'farmeranowharvestiiig 'stood out that it is necessary to have crime into a personal and .nubile ben
of aft
"
a
article appended, from'the pen of Hilliard's Island.' Boggy .CreekEast' Consider then the bee hive. Herds er having' taken crop of peppers lettuce and land that is. both drained and able to efaction.. __ ,..... '
a
.. the prince of fine fellowB and most Lake and taking in St. Cloud, Nar- crop
a great enterprise.of Utt3e'insets, be irrigated when the need for water 'Gazette'
two of celery from the same The department 14
crops Job :
excellent for.the of. old English estab '
guide 'formers coossee, an colony
r working-like Trojans, having as their fields suffered both
: comes, as many
field and corn"'cropcorning
still kinds
having a equipped to do all of job printng -
Osceola 'L Wilson county fished 35 or more Ashton,
,
; county o years ago ; business the production of honey for from lack of water at critical moments
the field. The notice and at re..onableprices.
on in short
the field work of asd Point and pepper on
agent carrying on Kissimmee Park Finny .
man. Obstruct the entrance of thisbusiness and from too much water at
results there have convinced him that .
the co-operative extension wprk of I about over the remainder of the county -
. house and in the
same manner tiling is the thing-and he has the"gumnption"to other times. But the strawberries
Agricultural and Home Econom- we have select hammocks and pine
and proportion, its work and ef- do it at ( can indicated money crop for the '
.-, ies' department of the Agricultural ridges that show for themselves the icieiicy are interfered with. once. section is proven by the results obtained 666 quickly relieves 'Constipation -

Department, State of Florida. Mr. ,best of citrus groves Weeds and grass should be kept cut GARDEN VEGETABLES BEST by half a dozen menwhose
Wilson wrote this exclusively for the Osceola county abounds in large down from in front of. l beehives at all TONICNATi: 'RE'S OWN WAY land was unusually well adapted Biliousness, Head-

.. ,OsceolaCounty.,Edition of the Tampa .I tracts Of pine and cypress woods, and times, so as to afford the bees unrestricted -- ditch drained, and .had some water ach Colds and Lagrippe.
. Tribune. milling of this timber is in progress. opportunity to come and go "Grow and -eat xegi,tables and I available when needed. Of these men s1

;, Mr. Wilson's, Story One of the best paying intfstries in in their work gathering/: honey, saysV throw the quuvk tonics; in the garbage -' anyone of which would be the basis

r My Dear Mr. McWhorter: Replying the south today is being produced in .:.._ Wilmon .Newell, director of the can,' itads ..J hml'ine And that for as good a showing\ as the one A
-., briefly-as a busy field man must Osceola by the stilling of turpentineand Florida experiment station. .headline is full of truth, according:: tn about to be made. Nick Rogero, a
t of necessity-to your request for a rosin in paying amounts. Thou- Where the bees are compelled to the testimony of the healh specialists Greek who has been farming: there

f story of the grove, agricultural and sands of acres await the mill and work their way through a tangled i and theJiejiJUh of those trim prac- for years an I who is advancing in his

t. other land possibilities of this 'still man to be manufactured into fin thicket of grass or weeds, the aggre- tice the suggestions of the headline.A knowledge ill topical.On : '

i;I I have collected the following countY'j'ished products. gate amount of time lost makes a de- main argument against: this the- one and a half acres' of land
[ a. county agent in Osceola Dairying pays where you have goid tideil difference in the amount of hon ory-of The headline is that during the well surfaced drained and having a -

;':' The soil Is generally: adapted to pastures, 'soil to produce crops and a ey which the colony can store. summer months it in difficult to grow three inch flowing: well on it, he set :

truck growing, being a.. dark sandy'market for dairy .pr slucts. Osceola Owing to variation in the blooming(' many popular vegetables, and thus out. October 19, 25,000 plants of the
R",; loam, gray sandy loam and sand and'county is situated to a good:! advantage periods. of honey-'producing plants, Nature's cwn tonic is not always sufficiently Missionary strawberry which he had

muck mixed, underlaid with dark for markets, with Tampa on the honey is available for the bees at Irregular \ abundant. grown from his preceding y ar's

.''" chocolate subsoil and hard pan, which I i west coast, Orlando, many east coast intervals.-Hence, the Importance But this argument in put to rest .patch. Feitiliz-ng; the ground heavily
; makes the soil adapted to tile drain- I towns and on up to Jacksonville, will of causing as little interferenceas by Prof. W. L. Floyd, horticulturistof with carefully saved strappings: from

age and irrigation. I take all the surplus milk produced possible with the bees' work of the Florida college of agriculture, his cows ho augmented the fert:liza-
> A large part. of the land in Osceolp.) I I'to' hero on a paying basis. leathering nectar. who in. naming(' a number of vegetables tion hv three applications totaling a

i': county Is typically flat woods, covered I I My work consists in the develop -_ .- that can be grown successfully ton of berry .formula commercial fertilizer -

J." with large growth of pin?. whichgives ment of Osceola county, and I have READ TilE VALLEY GAZETTE in this state in Hummer, as good: assays shout a 5-7-B. the last five

the best of reference for fine :,always time to show interested par- that Nature has a way of providing representing the available potash in
{.< truck soil. Besides the adaptability'I ties about over the county and Jet -- for her children under all conditions the formula. -

r. for trucking, the flat woods soils are you see for youraelf what we haveto S. and at all times.
I
.- covered with excellent grazing: grass offer. Land values are cheaper He says that New Zealand spinach Mr. McWhorter stated in his head It' fun to be thirsty, for

: for livestock. Thousands of grade here than any other place in the stands summer heat well and that lines that Mr. Rogero netted $1100 then little "Thinties"
: cattle and several herds of pure bred state, and if you expect to invest in '. tender tips and leaves of it mayvbe for his we "
crop.
cattle graze over this land. Another real estate, visit Osceola county. r: gathered every few days as new ones come on the run 'to.teft

.' type of fine grazing pasture consistsof (Signed) LEO II. WILSON, - put out quickly. It makes very sat- GROW LEGUMES AFTER ofOme
the prairie and marsh lands that County Agent. USE YOU -
ifactory summer greens.
TilE SPRING
CROP AND
rank the best ,pasture lands in SANITARY
among DAIRY CO' CoWpeas, especially the California TilE LAND IS BETTERED
I the state. Cattle owners are carrying NO ANTAGONISM BETWEEN: black-eye, and the Yellow sugar .

S on a very good dipping campaign for SCIENCE AND RELIGION MILK & ICE CREAM crowder, are very nutritious and Idleness is a crime and the farmer
the eradication of the cattle tick.
grow well.MUIt&rd. who allows land to lie idle after the
.. Through the pasture lands we have be planted at frequent -
may main of the
Washington.-A statement money crop has
joint year
creeks and rivers large lakes -
,. running intervals, grows quickly and is been harvested without
holding) that there is no antagonism some
; and ponds that afford ample
cypress when and tender
good young though really justifiable reason-is of
water for livestock throughout the between: science and religion'was issued guilty
ft soon becomes tough. crime. That be putting it
here tonight as representing the may pretty
year. Okra, if cultivated and has its pods strong, but this mistake cannot be
conclusion of a of forty distinguished CRUSH
Osceola group
As
through county -
r you pass cut two or three times a week, will warned against too accordIng
Americans on subject strongly, -
will a
zv observe from the highway
you continue to bear throughout the summer -
John
to M.
Scott of
the Florida
which recently has aroused bitter and
. Very little ciDruB gtovea, and this and will produce large quantitiesof Experiment Station.
:# leads one to think this county is not widespread controversy.; The namesof fruit.
; adapted to citrus. At the close of thepresent the two cabinet officers Secretaries "Idleness makes loafers, the kind for Thirst, alto
? citrus season the KlsslrameeCitron Hoover: and Davis, three Bishopsand Eggplants, pepper and collards, if that sit, around and tell the other fellow
Growers' Exchange shipped many others in positions of leadership ATTENTION, started in spring and given proper how to do it. In fact, idleness i.a is LemonrCrushIjmCniahVrcI'

\ 120,000 boxes of fruit, consisting in the political business, scientific FATHERS cultivation and fertilization, will con crime. And this is applicable to
tinue to bear throughout the
summer
r* mostly of oranges, grapefruit and tan- and religion*' world are attachedto
Small lima beans
climbing
especially
with the dec:1.ratlon'whlch: was .nCnuhea"ow their
guinea, and the fruit shipped prepared -
the known the FlorIda
. by:the independent buyers brings the by Dr. R. A. Milligan, director ,of. butterbean variety, does well as if plantednot distinctive and delightful

total for th... easoQ'to 200,000 boxes. the Norman bridge laboratory' : of,. Sanitary Dairy milk is later than May. Pole beans, suchas flavors to the naturalrultoik
j Township fSEange. 27 E.. known physics .Pasadena. CaL the milk for your folks.It the also
Kentucky
, Lake district of the "The said an'accompa wonderl are of lemons and
as tha Wilson out purpose when later orange
will benefit started
of to nying explanation "is. to assist in your baby. good than tiieae been
23,000 acres land. 16.000) 18,000 )la1'. ff ffn I lime To have
?. acres of this land I II the high ridge correcting two erroneous impressionsthat : Your wife and children CAn added '. gar.
\\io be current certain will like It it will be put* cue
t soil! extending frojn Polk eount)'-that seem among and interesting educational exhibitin
is covered with turkey oak black: tack: groups of persons. The first is good fog you. the halls of the "new" capital build- citrua Juice.U. 8..
,
V '-II. underlaid with yellow that religion today stands for medieval i ...' lug at Tallahassee is that of a number STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE certified: 'food coIoI'-Ifndt, ,

UdJte. the largest 2 county, ,and here we :1 ..:. MTAThYDAIRY@iman put up by the home demonstration .......... ...... .... UMIDele. .
r: find, much ttIvitlJT'dearlflgs1and f --- workers of the state. It consists of . cooriji&jar: :
and >>la t1n&,... Th.N...... 250 acre of vegetable-fish stew (from Red snap .wuss U_ IrFtq t.1dU this.. ..... r:> ,

grove in this section-bearing: at this 666 cures' Malaria,Chills and ?/// per-mallet roe fish chowder, potted =.pOW..1iQ1IW--- .. sap sipI '..WORKS41rr; -- /t ,;

i --. and from the rapid growth'ndderebpmentto Fever, Dengue, or Bilious trout, crabs Red snapper flakes, Uae-Hftetter I Khashi.eflJ Florida' 7'r'"Jt'' '" 1 '
thenTraps /
. this ...etIcm.traDale" "-', , "., I .
V
u oriand- lave.takeiTpIjU,--!*-''In, F&renrlt: destroys th* germs: ] spiced Sampled mullet the easing and was pickled good.mJillt; .os. box KX 1ka. box, tutOkV ." \. I""; "' -- . ..... jI. -..., ,-.wI

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.JCISSIMMEE.: .VALLEY GA2ETTK-FRIDAY..JUNE.1, 192S ...* ::... '.SEVEN

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O:UPTODATE'R DIOI EGYPT" WANTS WASTE CoL, w B. Greeley, chief& ; United ;;JI

SET WILL BE GIVEN FLORIDA TIMBERThe States forest service Washington has ..
TMARKr'NG I been requested'to supplejyitnt data
BUREAU! t = United '" of :
-- States Department and .exhibits furnished to the senate!
General Harbord Offers 'Inducement Commerce hajs adviscM the Florida reforestation committee during their

iculturaf population of the For Proficiency In Camps Which Development Board that conditions trip through the south with a numberof
'States decreased approxU ,Are Open To Osceola .Young. Men in Europe,may make possible. the development photographs recently. taken by Austin -
0,000 persons In 1922, asa of a market in Egypt for Gary logging engineer ef the'ftr-
survey of 10,000 repre- ;.Through the generosity of Major small size hewn top logs which at est service; and by Miss Eloise Gerry '. .
farms and groups of farms General J. G. Harbord president of present are not utilized in timber cutting microicopist, forest product: laboratory \
'the United. States depart, the Radio Corporation of America, operations in Florida. In thepast Madison Wisconsin > showingcross
agriculutre. This 'is a drop opportunity is to be given some lucky Egypt has Imported many mil. sections of pine treei.actual size .
It 1.6 per cent based on 1920 candidate' at this yeas Citizen's Military lions of feet of email hewn polea to to:prove the rapid growth of pine
Hgures which placed the stfri- "Training Camp to receive a'tuptodate be used" in the construction of native trees in Florida and southern Georgia. ";j'
population in' rural, district'I' radio set free of charge. huts. Owing to the stringent forest Some twenty year old trees added new :
..
59,000 persons.: 'Not merely '.All candidates .who..receive radio regulations in northern Europe which wood to'depth-"of-one.half, Inch last YOLKS +,WHITES =EGGS ,
i, but men women and chll- Instructions while at these camps will prohibit the cutting of small trees, the season, making a diameter train of
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Included In"the estimate. The 'be eligible" to compete'for this radio supply i from that section has been one inch while being turpentined the 01
shift -was in the 'mountain set. The-examination is to be toward stopped The \ following particulars third successive year. The photographs ,'
hen in turn New England,the the,close of the camps on August 29, have been furnished: "The dimen were exhibited'at.a conference For in
i eoa.t.and middle western and and It to be practical, nature ; glens are; 8 by 3 inches, 3 by 4. inches, on May 23, of the two above every egg yolk' a hen's body

i'states"' The smallest shift., General Harbord has\ not specified 4 by-4 inches and 4 by inches.: ,The named officials with. officers of the she must have enough white to complete .i
the the kind lengths. from 13 feet to 25'feet. -
south lust exactly of set he it go- run Florida Development Board indisputable .
Ing-to give-due:to the.fact that-the; Resinous.woodg.... are generally 'pre evidence of the timber as growth and la'yan egg. If her feed lacks material A
lie firsY'verse'of the" lthere'i.word. rapid' development of *rado might ferred.1 The stock -Ie hewn ''on all which can'be secured in. this state.Subscribe for whites she absorbs the excess yolks and ;
i .. And a good deal.IsLegally 'render obsolete in August a set which four sides but may have a wane from "
( nowadays"'" te tall'that]would'be thoroughly up-to-date at the'top extending v about one half the gets too fat to lay. Boarders" don't even pay .'
-or'a"' !V has been stolen, the present time. General Harbord length of the timber''' which may be for The Valley Gaaette. for the feed they eat. ...
| about a whole space of the book (stated '"It will be the pride of the from one-half to one \inch at the butt - -- - ., I ,
..I.. A simple fact; .smothered Radio'Corporation to see that any set and at the middle bat the top nay be .
.
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altitude of word... ( by military students is.therough11 one halt to one Inch scant. The quality : Purina Makes He Pay :
t 11
'n.J. : I" up-to-date at time 'it is given. is inferior to other kinds of hewn 0 BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SHOP$
1022 the Skinner Machinery The, chance of competition for this timber' and the --containers are'not|] Mrs.'' W. 8. Graham + s ,: IlAINA, J
n1'l at Dunedin made 1,38.2; radio set I. but one of th. many ad- particular in regard ,_to numb.tit.?; of i X Purina Hen cbo.wand Chicken

et.e.,machines,ana,in'..connectiont {.ta..oflft'eCI. ,. /,-.- ',tan' knots-4tcolorauon. and..otherdefects. *.Perfect SatlafMtlon OwetnteMHAiR IIL11
these used 673 pulleys 12 en- |from this district.: ; Even small amount"t' of WORK--A 8PJIIC.ALTT I Chowder fed together; make .

,,.d 275 motors.. The various I-. Recent advice, from, the war,department -,' rot.U tolerated. as it is used ia'': construction Phone. 285 105 !'ark'4**. more eggs because they contain .
ifted ran into mitlions..1e. it to the effect-that the .Fourth of cheap huts."lr' A.lumber of ''eM' .
;, 1-1 J t ''" 'ti' I I Corps Area; which includes: :Alabama; merchant in Egypt .has requested that. .... .. .. .. .... .. .: plenty both white .. \

celery$packing. plaproft,,;Florida.: 4 Georgia. Louisiana,. Miastoaippi forest owners.Interested in'supplying: and yolk elements
Farmers Exchange this material in touch. wlUa him ::a. r. XRIBBfl W' 3. HTKKDJUUBBS
costand get I
Tennessee.North:Carolina had Tbey will get more eggs
00 .U the'most complete'ofnd1in .South Carolina is leading the rest of through the Lumber Division Depart.ment . ft STEED for .
the country. r j the,country with a comfortable mar.t of Commerce* Washington.1'w ; : 'you or your money l ...
in I att.e..r. 5.4 at Law paid} for the Chows will be
gin the procurement candidates ::'r'-:.
|e British House of.Common. hadogthy for this citizen's train- Good K- refunded. Start Feeding CHICKEN .
debate recently billand year's military as a Judge of I Utpor i '--NI .....__"I. .11 ..... sae
over a j InC camp. These camps are a conjtlauatim v..... ...... C..rts now n.
each of the two bUlIon'eggs of those '''h.1d'durini-th. 1
ally imported into Great Britain past two years. Young men from "Since a young man I had a..Jiidn?
member said there were three seventeen to of for liquor and was considered a pre PAT JOHNSTON O. P. OARRKTT ( :
twenty-four years age I' ( s se .
Is,* "fresh eggs :rood' eggs, andy the 'are eligible to receive a mo th'.,free constant ty good judge of it at one time stoniach r but JOHNSTON ft GARRETT JIWufl'uJl1l\ \ 11U1 uPl'\wlll\rll\/ll"\ \ \/ N
Another-member-'opposed ,outing entirely at government expense .' g gave me "
[by saying that "many foreign from August 1 to 30 at Camp trouble which became chronic:!' My. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. : OIl '

a spoke themselves., It wasttly McClellan Alabama; Fort Barrancas .stomach uld have ''been a valuable Offices: 10, 11 and 12. Osceola Bank
decided ..that "an egg is an Florida; Fort Bragg North' Carolina. addition to a gas factory. Doctors Building.
and let It go at that. The necessity of camps of this kindIs did not seem' to relieve me. One day
becoming more and more apparent got: me'; to try Mayr's\ KISSIMMEK. FLORIDA
Wonderful
cent really that you as the results of the draft statisticsof Remedy and I am now as FLORIDA FEED STORES /
*
ever going to have a gasoline fire; 1917 and 1918 which are being: good as new." It is a simple harmless ,
I if you ever oV DON'T throw wat- carefully studied at the present time,I If preparation that removes the Milton Pledger. Kills P. Dai'Is j V
In It. This simply spreads the brought to light the astounding fact I catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal
es. Use sand mud, dirt even f that tract and allays the inflammation PLEDGER A DAVIS '
nearly 60 percent of the men of
dust if it ia free from chi .. You 306 ;
draff age in this country were physically -: which causes practically all stomach I ATTORNBT8-AT-LAW Broadway
got to smother a gasoline fire: defective in one respect or an liver and intestinal ailments including '
i can't drown It or beat it out. Aket other. Of this number by far the appendicitis. One dose will convince State Dank Building I :..
or a robe will often do the had or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- '
portion defect. that could I
:
and well be sacrificedthe K18SIMMEE, FLORIDA TELEPHONE US YOURNEEDS
can very have been remedied by efficient,physical I erson, and druggists everywhere.t. 1 .
( car. training' when at school. i ,
I Decline of physical vigor has always BANK TRANSACTIONS RE- -

In.are in a very bad way In : FLECT FLORIDA'S GROWTHLakeland
Near East Syria Asia Minor preceded nationaldownfall, and PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Call Up No. 218TWOONEEIGHT _.'
is result of too
usually a great
Thousands of spe k
I Turkey. people are ( Star.TelelTam) '
homeless and ragged andy cialization. The decline of the Ro- Certain figures issued by the bank- '
Ivy
I JESSIE D..KLEINMANJUSTICE ( ) !
children are dying. Relief is man nation is directly traceable tolots ing department of the state comp t'r
ltd in the form of food and cloth-I I of national physical stamina. troller at Tallahassee, show that the OF PEACE
has been that | Like every great country of antiquity -
It suggested volume business done by the banks
.
smunlty. have a "Bundle Day"'any "of which we have any recordI and trust companies in Florida increased Ih.NDLES'ALL CLAIMS .
before June. The Florida eta--I I are constantly and dangerously $22301,997.16 from January

for relief funds is No. 509 Clark manifesting a tendency to become' a 1 to April S of this year. But more "
dine, Jacksonville. I nation of brain workers' entirely, leav remarkable than that is the increase DR. R. J. DENNING
.
ing'-the/ outdoor, beneficial work to a Gazette! "Want ..Ads.Do the WorkENHCOiS
SaundIers I' In business of more than one hundred: DENTIST!:
arenee of Memphis. small minority. This is manifesting and fifty cent since the year 1912. .
head of the ftgtfy Wiggly Itself in the huge crowdswhich attend In November per of that year the resources Over_the Poritoffice>'- .

system, astonished Wall Streets all sorts of athletic exhibitions ot all ata -banka and trust companies JFFICB HOURS: a to II:'., lee t* 1Kesldeoce :
e time ago in showing it how he In common with past empires we doing business in Florida Phono 174-
lied his stock. Now he is calling' gain In interest in watchlg other peo- amounted-to 3710143161. On April Office: Phone 158
'ple exercise but the draft records ,.,
h. public for help to save his pri
. I 3 of this year thattotal had jumpedto D I
fortune. prove that the present generation U And here is an- . .
r its physical exercise 14918356080. ,.. '
neglecting own
Britain burdened with great other noteworthy item. Individual L. "
great a and development.At P.'A. VANS AGNEW !
to Ilk. meet countries but unlikee I C. M. T. Camps the government deposits amounted to only $26.786.409.22. ,- .
.. On 8 last these
of the'others paid aH expenses provides abundant exercise properly April deposits ATTORKMT-AT-LAW
and had _of [ were .liated at $877,995,989.60. Savings I OFFICK
t year a surplus five supervised and provides 'Just discip ,
Bred million dollars.!. In contrast line. Special precautions are takento deposits increased from $30,870- o Winter Park. Florida .I

ee had a deficit of eighteen.bil- I feed the growing ,boy as well as 002.60 on December 30., 1922 to $35- ,I Of. : . .0"
franca and U getting deeper andr : possible .and to teach him to take 167,272 on April 3 this year. These ml f"Y4
into debt. The invasion of I care of himself. He Is clothed at government Igures.tell their own story. Floridais tt..o..o... .i..o.. t

neny,,however Just it maybe, isjig expense while at camp and forging ahead in an orderly sane '. '
distress to the world.) -It matt receives medical attention through and encouraging waythat II attracting 4 TURNER MARBLE A GRANITE + v-
in national bankruptcy and is theo out the period of camp. Eighty-five nation-wide attention. Whenever the 0 COMPANY. TAMPAMONUMENTS 0 a
iatlon of all governmental .obliGermany percent of the men who attendedcamp' state makes up its mind to construct 4 ---. ,
n. has Just; about last yearabowed 'a definite I a system of real highways routes 0 .
ed I that stage in her financial At- measurable& physical. improvement in 'that will provide commercial as well 4 0 .
and France is not very far be- height weight, chest : and 'M pleasure facilities, the banking 0 M. J. Crowder Agent Kissimmeee O
If the-eredit of those two eoun- [general appearances. loser balance business. will see an increase: far more 0 0g YOU
r kia to be restored It must be done were benefited to a degree; startling than the figures published .+oaee.e .foeee.o .>eoaooo
Dgh taxation, not by the g I none were harmed. above indicate. Hundreds of thousands -
eat quantities of paper money About a thousand more men .are ; of dollars of outside money will . . ...... .. . .. ... ePlaceYour
needed to give .this section its full pour into Florida that would otherwise i. t
trite the the United States De and never come in this direction. M. TILLER $
representation at camp, parentsand'jroung ..
ment of Agriculture Wsshing- .
menwho are interestedare The Florida Development Board by Real Estate Agency
D. Cfor any of the-following
desire urged to drop a post card to the referendum vote of its members, has
ers Bulletins you may : C. M. T. C. Officer, Atlanta, Ga.. or i
842. Methods of Protection endorsed registration and licensing. of 0 FIRE, LIFE. AND ACCIDENT
Jnst Lightning; 871. Fresh Fruits Msjor-B. C. Riley General Extension real estate brokers, for which the 0 INSURANCE O
Vegetables as Conservers of Oth- Division Gainesville Florida who Florida realtors association is work: 0 INDEMNITY BONDS *
will be glad to furnish application Sixty-two of the total .0-
percent 0
Foods 872. The Bollworm ing.
Staple Com Earworm; ; I 876 f Making But- blsnka"and literature. membership vot was cast, of which! . . .. . . .. .. .. . ... . . S BaSJBJB S ....

on the Farm; 943. Haymaking; .}JJRAL COMMON SENSE only one percent voted in the nega Order-Now For
The Spotted Garden Slug; 975, tive. a

Centrol of European Foul brood; The Moo NoT the "Signs" Hare ._ ---,..- ---- S. B. AULTMAN
Farm and Home Drying of Fruit Nothlag To Do With The Sensible
Vegetables; 1198. Swarm Con- Man's Farming
1226. The Potato LeafhopperIts
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Control; and 1252 Sawfliel By, Spuds Johnson I !,
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ious to Rose Follage.b Well my neighbor. Si Smith is
sore with me again. I'm sorry; real- ,. e I' REAL ESTATEand ....
AU farm live stock absolutely need ly I am. I don t want the ill-will of .4

certain amount of common. salt ine anybody. But hell get over it sooner Father"start* it-mother finds she can adds I
ration. This viewpoint is so com- or later*or his children will live to.:
on that it would be difficult to find It. all happened this way: I was INSURANCE a .little-even the' kiddies will contribute

ny farmers who were not using' planting cowpeas in a patch of March FIRE their pennies and in a surprisingly short
mon salt for their U stoek. It corn the boys were laying-by after es.
necessary to supply salt because school the other day. SI came along in -- time, the whole family is enjoying the

e crops aW feeds fed to livestock his one-horee wagon. lie stopped by pleasures of owning a Ford. Here is how
e very low In the element of.enter* the fence at the end of my row and 11 Darlington Avenue do it through the '
.and it is this that common salt when I came up to him he said, "Why -- -- .- you can
net furnish the body Common salt don't you look in the almanac before
Cakes hydrochloric acid In the ..tom.h planting seed in the ground? Don't GOODYEAR bo-
of the animal and this is absoCtely you. know the signs and the moon .are

essential for proper digestion. ain't rirhtT" two factor to low- CITYMEATJARKET
Well, it was a hot day and I was
France mint M4.500.000 for airrvlce sweating. And I was in a hurry and coat mileage 1.1eh 9'
in 1822. The 1923 appropriaon didn't have any time or patience for qualitytinandconacl.ntiousd.al.r- D
Is $94,000,000 or more than all such fellows as I know Si Smith is.
>e rest of the world. France seemsbe So I forgot myself and blurted out.
master of the air situation. The "If you'd pay less thought to the zanies to back itup. Bring the first $5 in to us. Enroll under the terms

untry In command of the air hale moon and such tom-foolery and do Goodyear ...ak.. Fresh Melt and ot the new: easy way to buy a Ford. Select the car

world at its mercy. some honest-to-goodness work you'dbe that kind 'of tin, \\ you wantrWe will deposit your money in a local

During the same week the Lincoln In riding children.in an automobile to college.1 and send- and w.haft plod('doura VegetablesPhone bank/ at interest. Add a little each week. You

vision of the Ford Motor. Company ir In your a second I knew I had spoken too .lv.a, aa the ''i will be surprised at the rate the money piles up
ueed 176 Lincoln cars. about to smooth when is helping. Soon the
quickly and I was Goodjrear Daalera in everyone payments*
Lotteries In most of the South it over so as not to hurt SPa feelings, this town to give> 44'i plus interest paid by the bank will make the car

imerican countries are state montfpes. but he was quicker on the trigger that kind 01Ml'YIce. t yours. Come in-let us give you full particulara. '
. from which the public treasur. than I expected. Before I knew it he you
realize millions of dollars. Bull- had cussed a blue streak and whipped ,
I ,
KISSLMMEE PLUMBING
ting, cock-fighting' and horse rac- his old mare into a gallop. I know A.Crb.a+................. .
g are popular sports Gambling' he is mad for he wouldn't let his lit. ......._r..1 SHOP M. C. AUTREY:, Dealer
to.school with children .1Id 1M
II a..ftm..Oft. North American tie girl ride my' .... ... .......'bo.All- +
has done
.balI is,not known but then an1'IftI' this morning which.he .-'- ft--' -.I ... for' ;,
of ball playing. Gambling is a all the year. 7 __ ... ,- 1 s These BasJoi are. Depositories, , '"z' .
tin frtJtl % ;;o7 iar'S'L-5r--:: -;..Of:course 81...m-flt'onr itl,. But "J ...... {{Nothing.Too Big FORD WEEKLY PURCHASE. PLAN PAYMENTS. ;: .--,
it I. too bad that he has to be sore a .- Nothing Too Small : \
New production records were es- single day, especially about athins) ; -
Uto edbr+the.For' *Motor Comps ae foolish.Jest. let him be mad;\:his Bank'of Osceola County < .

fot th.indIDC< :Tuesday.: Msy doins ae willnotcause, the mood or J LUPFER'IR. PRtITHERl : AB Work Guaranteed *

d rJr>hich:fc total jof' ,$9x068-de.- the;r signs!to,.aave AIIxunofe..lntenlt .. .. Merchants and' Farmers'" . *Bank( -'
t. .. AHpMMMtjpwjBssaM > j.awstT'im--Trim *---- JV
and '
influence in the planting' growing .i
trucks :':were'turneduse. or Td8 SaUsfllctbry '
....' aecordiar"t. son DC" of or the marking and eastratlovef el r.' \ f" Jt'" ; .';", ,P\\"t'--\ "-HfI .! tV':
e crops : ;; 'i-'ll { i'
"' .WhrlrftatoeteyTjjisjjn /*. elht*?,;JBEAD ". froc.J. .: !, :I l 1 1froal! I !wtay I TeelcI"' '...:.nei43 J ;/... 'I'I ..tItl.: .. h" ..n:1' Ij" \.' f"" . ,.dl"QI;. ,.( ....t...'!:

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MRS STEEn ENTERTAINS Major A. E. Barnett GaveStirring

t IIN SOCIETY'S' REALM FOR MRS..,, W. J.POWELLMrs. Steed wa a charming Address Monday

t ti : hostess on Tuesday afternoon when '. Night Upon Patriotism
t 1 she entertained the members of the! .

i fc-: I TUTANKHAMEN Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club, "How tong Shall Americans Govern
\ 'r Mrs. Fanny' Powell as honor guest' ,
/rr'i"' BRIDGE LUNCHEON America\ ?

,:; },:" ;; ;: : One of tho prettiest and moat" at and her a home few invited on Clyde'I'lend.at avenue' A bridtf col This! was the theme of an addressby AT KATZ'S 1
affairs in Klasim- ; Major A. E. Barnett, who spoke! at !
" unique ever given
j e 'I If4 scheme -of yellow] was carried out
u' t. . nice was ''a Tut-ankh-amen bridge or the Baptist/ church last Monday evening -:
After Several
with field flowers playing -
,
'" luncheon given by Mrs. Roy Staibird : in the interest of"the, Pilgiims.an'organization
{interesting games of bridge it.>
composed of fill -
protestant
f'' a .. to a number of her friends at. her was found thlltIrs,' Roy Starbird denominations.
home on Clyde avenue, on Friday
P . moring... The color scheme was carried was entitled to first prize"mong the lIe cited the great influx of foreign,
members and Cut
club was given a
Y' out in the Egyptian colors with population into this country, practically .
OtOfOOtoOO.oooooo..oo..o.oo.oo ;
Mrs. II. S. Bullock scar.
glass vase.
:
of whom embrace thi
- -- 'r" '--'" c cseveral kinds of Cl1t owerll, and after none .
,. ed 111ghe tlImOflJr the guest and received .
'i' the guest had played) several interesting Christian .religion or endorse the high -,
silver pencil, alld"MrR. 1I..N.
a Ideals American cltizen
;, rubber, they were ushered into of hlp.
. the dining room where a very Makinson was consoled with an ever The! public school system, he said: ,
beautiful and elaborate luncheon table sharp! pencil Mrs. Fanny: Powell, U the great melting pot through SPECIALS
,
of honor also a silver
guest was given Safurday&"Munday
was prepared with decorations of which this conglomeration must pass
pencit .delicious ice cream:
y yA
yale blue, mustard brown and orange. course was. served. Those enjoyingthe before they are fitted for citizenship
the in Christian Ame'ica. ,
The centerpiece was a scene on besides
hospitality of Mrs. SteeJ
mirror with water He also strongly advocated the ,
Nile depicted by a ;,,4.
:Mesdames
the club members were
: the Bible in schools
Lotus reading of public
::1' lilies representing the Egyptian
Davis, Powell, Bullock, Burrows, '
and stated that there
were only eight
flower. Places were designated- 1
,.I., ,. with place cards suggeistive of "Old Woodbeck, .Gardner,, and nixon. Miss States in the Union where such readinir. -, Good Gingham inches:
U-a and wide regular price 20C( .
r Sanderson-wag
Emily .gUI..t ,
and that ,
luncheon .was prohibited, thirty.two. lo
Tut. A five
King course -- tat
& \ I was nerved to the following guests: I assisted. Mrs.. Steed-in-serving": ..men were<< responsible for such Sale Price per Yard..,., . . .' . . ', . . ...-. . . . C ar47
c'' : Mesdames Geiger, Farmer, Dale, MIDNIGHT LUNCHEONAT prohibition.He .
f Katz Coble, and Miss Pilley. During I KATZ railed attention to the fact.that
HOME1The .16-inch Percale in
coloi's--a
I 1 'the afternoon,, high score prize wan home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard fourteen senators prevented. pas. : ; .light 25c value. For this 1 L t

If: awarded, to Mrs. 11. S. GeIger; next Katz on Clyde avenue was the scene sage of a measure making the reading Sale only . . . . ... . . . .'. . . '.. .. . . . . . IOC, _
". i hirheat to Mrs. Edgar Katz and conIsolation of a pretty party Friday night, when of tho BibleltTlhc public school. 1
r td Mrs. Harry Dale. I they entertained a few friend at of Florida compulsory at the session I
0" I bridge in honor of Mrs.: Katz's mother just| closed], but saM! wherever he had ,
...- t BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Fanny Powell, who is leavingin seen be found public centlment over.wht'tminety
: < AT GEIGER HOMEr a few days for Philadelphia. There In favor "of the measure /L.
J. . Mr'II.'' ; S. Geiger entertained: about were bowl and vases! of cut flowers and that the next legislature would 3 FOR
'( I. w .Utirtr.: riendi .of her-sons, Hugh S., in' the rooms, and after several games be i forced to pass it. Men's Dress Shirts ; AKATZ,
. VJr; and Carson, in honor of their; 5th of bridge, it was found that Nelson! Major Barnett is an eloquent I speaker \
!and"2nd birthdays, on Saturday"after- Makinson scored highest. Midnight and held the wra.t; attention of the
I, I noon, at her home on Vernon street. luncheon was served in the dining audience throughout his address.
All of by --.--- $ 3,95 ;
sorts games were played room where the guests enjoyed a new GOSSIP COLLARS ATTACHED 'VALUE r
SLAIN BY II
r; i the little! toU, after which they were Makinson! flavor in the ice c'eam.! . .
ushered into the dining1 room, where
Those enjoying the of Mr.
hospitality
Words
. kill just certainly bul-.
: uitrc were two tables, each containing as us
and Mrs. Katz were: Mrs. )Powell), the
: lets. P. d. Schmidt worked in Illinois
, a birthday (cake one with two hlOlO'e11'; : and Mrs. John S. C'u- an
" candle and the other with five. At bunk for many years, rising to
del, Mr. and :Mrs. If. N. :Makinson!
r. each place was a favor, and deliciousice Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Steed, Rev. M. It. the post of cashier. A few wee'-tN ago A Real Value Blue Denim Overalls, cut full, $2.00 1 CQ
b I j he retired, and today he (t. dead $
cream and cake and candy were a
I served Before leaving the little ones Ayrcs and A._ T._ French.- victim of thoughtless goisip. After value; Our Special . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, e .) if
\s'' I mere given the chance to fish in a SLU.MP.KR PARTY Schmidt had given up the post he had

;. pond in the yard, and the girls! dreaterIDg' \\' Miss Sara Garner Bell, who left so long and honorably filled somebody Chalmers
, '", pots, and the boys, tops. Kixsimmec for her home I in) TenncssicThursday with more time than sense, started Porosknit Drawers and Shirts for Boys 15
pistols, and the like. After a most was the honor guest at a a l bit of gossip to the effect that discrepancies Saturday and Monday Special, each garment. C
" I delightful. afternoon, the little guestsleft "slumber pa rty".glen to Tier'- and a had been found in the ac- per .
r, -wishing the celebrants many i grcxip of'friends 'Wednesday night by I|I counts of the cashier. When this report -
{L'' happy returns of lire day, whn were I Miss Vivian Floyd at her home on I reached the ears of the man itrefleetctl Men's Dress Shirts Color Guaranteed. A full of Patterns'I'
i ly the recipient of ninny lovtly and Sumner street. Following other !I on, he dropped dead. Exam- range I
, I. useful gifts. Mrs. Geiger was-a' sist- pleasurable events II midnight lunch i|i ihntion of all his accounts proved hut and Sizes priced from $1.25 to $2.50.
.\ t-d by her mother, Mrs. N. B."Carson, I was Served, featuring" watermelon I his relations with the bank were parfeet. ,;;
r I I in entertaining her sons' guests. The guests at this farewell party we:.- ]I But. the gossip killed him, jut
. Misses MargaretDrunson, All>era '!'as I surely arid as suddenly!, if he I
t WEDNESDAY CLUB Brunsftu! ;; LucilleGriffiiC; Jl'lInettj'Griffin. i| had been shot insteadof slandered.The ] .
I WIT!! MRS. MINICK 'j' Ellanoie Over*tittt. and I 1'a. man who first told the siory.jlhosu : These are Exceptional Values and are in keeping with ;
* The home of Mrs. R. G. :Minick on', honoree, Mips: Bell. I IlIONOIlDAN(7K who repeated] it, had no notion; j jI
r. I I Vernon avenue WHS the seem jrf a'j I lof killing! anybody. A word! uas idle the Standard "KATZ VALUE" Merchandise. ,
s';: I pretty party on Friday afternoon |I Iwhin spoken without: malice,' maybe, but i I -
, she eijteitninert') In* meimbrr-, I The Club HOHS-P was n v-t.iir., r I the Wcdnjvday( 'Afternoon. lirtilgohl ( j much merry making lot 1 Fmlay.) night; I I it-: effect might l h(.. The unruly toniruc! Don't Forget the dates---JUNE 2nd and 4th.
fit I < > find a few invited roosts: nt ( when Misses Aljiorta Kruusrii.; Viv Iis I|I : a 'lutri 11' weapon: | ; it does not ai- i l a
. I bridge. There wns a i pa iofitsii of iiin Floyd, Lucille (:iiiflin! a i I 'I-KII' ". nYI bring 1 pliy.-ioul i dearth: hut it frei i
lx petunias rhttprort throughout: the' rtte Griffin were ho"tr""* nt n rii!>i tin 'fll| ally/ dtuls ".unds that nr c" heal.: '
t I'onntit'll t made< a nwt v Mit till' fo1 )honor" ofi'! Sr' 'II !H. I I'i! >ivii, hilt. troy! d.! <- 'brr.n, rv'ruit.iti, 'ar'. -'", "_:
, this party. After playing several J'Cll'1!' Sn'artWfor( "h,1" ''J'f'J.to'I I A" 'iilf'! nut'afict! m...t t- :u,,1 l "I.' ;
l ..... . .* '-v.un." sc rtrw':as fo'.llHt-tllT.t. Ml.-) It. (I' h'nrii'. after . the .
"" i. "1".1] I'l.f I t'll' o I u 11. tan t 11'11 t 0111" i of life f., a i 'iial
;... f. /. I'lano scored highest among 1 oho Hub h.i"1 m lIIee. j .)"Iu.t-On'lth.' Bee.TIIE M
members, and; she wan awarded! a box Dancing wm followed by rcfrt' i hments RAW'S'SONS
i'/ jpf stationery, and Mrs. S. II. Bullock, of pnm-ii. < ijci-f!, anil'snndw/ r h- I j r C,7, ,
corlrip 1'ighett noon, the (rucM t!*. nl- (''a. The t finals t )lio''ide.s the honfii-i o. | B. .t !'Clrg' i
r. ,o j-bceivuti u box of stationery and included the hiirh: dlO..l l sc': arts I :. I The. tottr1' nJ' v orld 1I\dt" a l .1 ".It
" .\IrS. iiurrowswas consoled with n number of other friends. | hand, -
+ ..,uluL.,,at: ur lI. A delicious ice course The call for ni'-n is he>a d throughout. I -
L t .was served. Those present besides t DANCING: PARTY .R t 110 Ln'iid./ .
, t the.'Club .members were. Mesdames JTAI LAHASSEE STUDENT I ITo, facc-tlie! ..task und' unary nut nei-os I II It .
If' Davis, Powell Bullock and Iiurrows, t Mer1imes' II. C. StalfOI'nd, K. ;: It Uj t .._. .
'. "G. Arinick I - '. .... .....
and Madame Jacobs, Stanford, and were. hostesses Salnrdav; j Be strong., . -- -- --
., Misses Stanford, c me' in us tea night I at the home of Mrs.IIUIk: in ., FORD PROVIDES KXj -
'. Quests. .honor of Miss" tJULattie Stanfi I I. o-i Be Tr "ve. I SERVICE 1\1 F\'F. HOSPITAL
; her return from the Florid.t State It takes a man to hearten the. forlorn, TRAVELER'S
BAS-COLLIEN! ,.|( Collegefor; / Women at Tallahassee. To .stand for right,.when it is ovcr' Disabled world war veterans of HOTELDINING
; (\WEOD1NG' , Dancing ". Michigan have welcomed the offer .
rte was enjoyed :$'y -& -num er.o.f. orn, '* \ .
t Miss :Willa -Bass' ad Alfred Collien I friends, interspersed' with deUctoua: To told\ the flag,..when. it is hhotJaiiJ recently'' made ''by-Henry Ford and .on""I".1' aEwnY INN '
"'eore.united in refreshments. .,.J',, ,''-, '". , already 'thaII'I ROOM "
marriage on 5 Sunday Mj ,, '''. tovn-- r.'l, more fifty are undergo \ NOW OrPEN
j afternoon at the home i of ',( \I !' father'on Main street: Dr.TJ"'A.lSut.ton : ST.. .!.JOHN'S. GUILD'; ,l'l( '.j I;*' '.v f '.' '4,1:'\,J jJfvr; ,;,. ,r. l) ""i All of the veterans"are admitted in 'REASONABLE RATES .

It :: few-Relating-,::''in the presence oHa 1 -. '..... '?''::t1loWltL1MEET............ . alONDAY\ nd tru-: .- .T .? ll1e1sime'manner< as' privates patientiaad'are'treated : e....:. Eussnseus.rr..rr.n.e: .
friends and her '
family; Soon af. Saint Think.truly and speak clearly-for the on exactly theaamebasis. .
J tcrttn6" the'young.oouple John's..Guild will met. with .. . ( entitled'to and PHONE. 21- t : : t ';
fiWHmy; right, -' .. : They are receive -I KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA.
,i'7 Mrs G W. Best '
left for i 1 t -Monday.. .Juno 4,, -- .
< trip to Tampa and:! ether Love God and' men with all thy holy the same quality of service an ] """"
jv;, \\'e.m towns; but in a few days at 3:30: p. m. A full attpnI"IH'e Is might.., 'fare distributed in the various unit .
? will leave tot" their future home in desired. Inez Carson Aiv ", The spirit always conquers in --the. ''in the hospital according to the avail ---. -!
Chicago- where the groom'! -hi "prop Secrctaiy. fight-- ]lability: of rooms. I
-J!"t rictor of a garage: .-The bride is tlJt'1 The people- - --- Kf true. . I I The first thought! war to op' n i>
i : daugh terof Charles Bags, and has I situation and they are waking are up ;o, the .Clarence A. Vincent.Dedicated Is'perinl unit for these men, but: th i
t Jived in Kissimmee all her life, where the call for funds 'up'Jllfh'lto ( by the author to the O-- (hospital officialon consideration felt
,,'. she has many friend who will wls' the dormitory for with which! lo huilcl;! Inndu'': Chamber of C mm.J't'e.) /{the men would he better notified" if I
7 her much I men at S<rn
happiness College. i they were distributed throughout!: thebospital J
I Subact fHJC Tor the V/tIl :CdzeUe. with'tbf 'other patients, and.\ i, Splash Suits
--r--- -- accordingly: this" plan. was carried out. .


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I weeks ago At a meeting' between Alssjjvin -
. / !M. Owsley, :Nat'onal' CimmaTdp' : I
js'of' the American Legion, Henry Ford. I I
. == !'Kdstl I B. Ford.', rresident of the For! I

. == = I Motor Company, and Dr. Hnrnos".1i l|
t. -= Statu\ CoinjuanUtr of: tlat. Aiiitfi Uti-i n I I
.-. :: Legion. I
:: The nrrHiige.nentv fdl" ear< .fir j I
I. BETTER HOMES WEEK. = the disabled. 'veterans <. >ntiiiue, ']1" if- I
y : 77ie Bank With 3 feet until }Dccenfbrr :11: 19J.!:; Jf a' I
= !that time Congress hus nut paseel: I I3Inect'I
'

- _.: .t the ... ..June 4ft-to 1 nth .. ==
''' == Ability --:: \vili-come up..for further discpssi nand I
=-: ::::m the agreement V'VJ t >e.wed! for i.n- ,
'f'.' 1 1 = and =3: other definite period.
( __ _ __ __ -_=:: The exservciejnen are aJmitteJ"
t == =:: followinuf"\ recommendation by the I
. Wtliingneu.. =:: Welfare Office of. the'. American. Le-
= THE =- gion of Detroit. . "
= to ServeDEPOSITS PROSPERITY AND WELL-BEING :::::::: Another arrangement also. has I 1'eoicflTected

t ,:' ". . OF. A CITY IS REFLECTED BY ITS -:::: Fond between LhllLe, {ron and Henry
a Hospital
\UTIFULAND whereby In e i x-
'; \'VELL-KEPTYARDS, :: treme cases' of the destitute funtilie' *
( : = .- INSURED HOMES\ AND PLACES QF BUSINESS. :: of former service men their dill Jr..n
'f = nreding hospitalization: will l be, treated
.
WE ARE ALL URGED'TO :.JOIN THIS Ee when designated by the Legion office. Keep warm while you are keepingcool.
=
e MOVEMENT = .
IN
CLEANING-UP AND It is essential to comfortable
,.; OTHERWISE BEAUTIFYING OUR =3 SNAKES: AND HAIU KOPFS
= I bathing.
I r t )f; YARDS, HOMES AND PLACES OF BUSINESS ==5 There has \been a belief in Texas

I THAT WE MAY HAVE A STILL =3 that a snake will not crawl I oven a
== MORE .. hair rope, and it .has bid, said thut I Wool bathing suits keep bathers
r BEAUTIFUL
AND would lie
== DESIRABLE == cowboys down on the prairie
' /0 = CITY. : for a night's treat feeling perfectly I warm when exposed in the air-while
-
; safe if a hair
rope was placed on the
"&' = 3 ground in a circle about the bed. But cotton garments usually chill.
: = =5 now. conies. Martin S. Kohler of thetransPecoll

: .-- nothing in the country belief and;, that says a there snake is A complete showing of wool Bathing .

Hank of would hair rope just as as it readily would crawl crawl into over ita a suits in one and two-piece garments.

rii Oscepla County hole and that a' circle: of hair rope

1. 9 lie about contends'a bed is that nothing if m- jqake bat) a ..fetish.has a u $1.75 $3.00 "$4.75 w

grudge against-...leeper the hair .. .
rope will not keep it away, bat he .
? ; = t I'f ,U'J ( 9 Moor 9 A. M. tof 3 P. M.r' = adds: "There is no dangcrtfefrom '
= enakea if a person doe not i tbnoy F '

i 1i, "fl .v.tk l fA i,them.-.Weatherford them .(tn some manner(Texas oy) step Herald.on LYfSV: STORYitOMP; : + N"I ; .


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