Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 8, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01119
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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RED-CROSS' :COURSE- BULKHEAD' ELECTION BIG SCOUT RALLY AT PUBLICITY COMMITTEE j;!.


>",, ORLANDO NEXT, WEEK URGES SCHOOL BONDS, JUDGE PARKHILL IN CHAMBER ,COMMERCE, -


''OJ ISIOR6AN1ZDTODAYMi IS, SET roniUNE.'. '1 19 s I Local Troop 'Will Enter In Events I Sentiment'. "Strong For Co-operation GRADUATION ADDRESS: LOOKSUKE.COURT:

At Flag Day Rally Of Central ", Te Get School Buildings Which '

:Farwell,' :.Nurse Who .Freeholders! Decide If Florida Council ThursdayNext Officials-Deem.Feasible Auditorium -_ I

" Will ..Instruct Classes Bulkhead Funds Shall'Be Thursday afternoon at Tinker Thegettogether spirit which has I Crowded Monday Bulkhead Question''.. Starts

Field in Orlando will occur',the Flag at times manifested itself in civic accomplishments Night When DiplomasAnd ,The Fireworks But Both
I Arrived :.Yesterday'' Diverted To Streets Day Rally of the Central Florida in Kissimmee is again Medals
Council of Boy Scouts of America. In the saddle. Most .of the citizens Are AwardedTen Sides Agree In End

The ..Bed Cross ouT5e$1 tn. home Shall the funds now remaining in, Varioqs contests will take place be. who were advocates of the north and senior
hygiene""ahd s" of 'the'aide' for the bulkhead fund be transferred' to tween individuals and patrols from south ward schools after the bonds I girls and six senior boys I With Pat Johnston resembling a
care the street fund? That will be the the different troops In. the six:. counties shall haw been authorized and Issued received diplomas from Osceola' High I prosecuting attorney, W. J. Stead _
which about; 'lion! ; 'Women and girls question for the freeholders to decide comprising the Council. The have swung over into. the un'fied! School Monday night,' and one more counsel 'for the defense, and City. .. ',. -

, wh4''enrolled' I -*)month".roJ(have been on June 19 at a special election -which events will start promptly at two group who accept the verdict of their boy able was also a graduate but wee un Manager. Doughten as the man on- the

. waittng,,'were organized: this"morning was 'called by the city commissioners o'clock, aa the meet must be ,concluded representatives who have investigated to be present These sixteen witness stand, the Chamber of Com
at their meeting Monday night. The, before the TampaOrlandoState the possibilities of the young people and an audience full of merce Wednesday noon looked like
Farw'ell andteacngexpirt. I venous I a
Milt ,
Red ro. nurse ,
J their freard
\ action in calling the special election II League baseball gam.' AH plans and settled upon the only general friends Judge C. B. Park. court room, and sounded like it. The
\ who will be In charge was 'authoeed'by': the recent' state I scouts and scout officials in uniform plans which they believe the hill of Tampa, give an excellent controversy ended howeverr with the

"ofth.clauelj'n1nd..sterday: :aft legislature-when' the bill for..thepur"pole will be admitted to the game free of available funds warrant. The remark commencement address which war! "prosecuting attorney""making a'mo' -
ernoon ,and Immediatel, went into became a law .on May SI, and I charge.A I is heard every day that "I was in not only one of.value to them as they' tion and Ins opponent of a moment
conference with Mrs. W. B. Makinson' follows the recommendation. of the number of interesting events are favor of the two ward schools, but, go on to institutions of higher learning before seconding it, and the courtroom
" chairman of -the Woman's. Department city manager. He and the city commissioners on the program, some of which will I' know, the achool trustees have the/o or into the business world but: and spectators voting for ft.
of the local chapter of the feel that continuation r be contested by boys from Kissimmec children's interest, and the communi was good sound advice- Wthe general' Mr. Johnston brought.up the ques '
, .American Red Cross.As manyi of operations In bolkheading is a money rr troop No. 1. Some of the spectacular ty's interest at heart, and I'm willing: run of citizens.Judge tion 1 by reference to the' election
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. those who hadenrolled in the classes wasting proposition. City ManagerDoughten's contests an:- wall scaling contest, -accept their verdict" .Parkhill spoke of'mental which has. .been called for June' 19 to "-r i-
. I as could be reached were notified last letter follows: -. between patrols of eight scouts froma i The publicity committee for' the- honesty and citizenship. He drew decide whether- bulkhead fund.: shall

.. night and this ,morning that the. "Out ,of the original 197.500 'voted I troop; first aid contest with a three bond election which was appointel by parallelIllustrations from the lives: be transferred to the street fund. He
. course would be organized today. for the purpose of bulkheadlng the scout team; signalling contest, with the Chamber of Commerce includes\ of Lincoln and Lee whose pictures called attention the fact: that when

I J About twenty-five of the .girls class lake front, there now remains only ten word messages to be sent, in five personnel from both groups. ..1. E.Lup-' hang on' the auditorium wall, and the bulkhead funds were voted bulk-
lit"I .were present at 'the organization the sum of $33,860.58; and the city eninutestor the Semaphore cod and fer, chairman of the committee .has whom he characterized as the twogreatest heading was considered the moat.1m.

e meeting. ;:1\\ dredge. For all of the money expended ten minutes for general service or been an advocate of the centralized Americans, with similar' portant thing which could be done for
The' plane are at "present "to have the city has only the two Morse code; teams to consist of four system.: In discussing the question qualities which all might emulate. H.. Kissimmee, and stated his belief that
in
morning classes and afternoon classes. concrete docks, one wooden dock and I scouts from a troop fire by friction yesterday he said, "It is mighty encouraging spoke no uncertain terms of thenecessity it Is still the paramount issue. He
In case sufficient interest develops one city block bulkhead. The money, contest, a free for ail individual contest to see the fine spirit which the of the public schools and I maintained that the dredge had not

evening classes will be given ; now on hand is insufficient to complete entrant to furnish his own net, everybody is showing. Those who and everlasting separation of church been satisfactorily tested in the sand,
for business women. Miss Farw ll I the work as originally outlined, with tow or tinder furnished; water were in favor of the other' plan are schools Itatplie lauded the public and that this should be done. .
will remain in Kissimmee for two i or to even complete a part that would r boiling contest, individual contest, coming every day into accord with aa being the only means of Mr. Doughten replying, told of
I Iweekl'
courses. at any rate, and. if the !be of much beneftt to the city or its I with scout to run 50 feet cut wood, I the plans Which the school trustees demanded Americanizing the immigrant, and the difficulties in the way of using

usual developments come, there will citiaens. Due to the nature of the light fire and bring water to boiling- : have adopted. They know that men to the restriction of immigration the dredge, at a profit, and made the i
be demand for additional courses. Hat material which has to be pumped in over point, only two matches and like J. L. Overstreet, Jim Johnston, Americanization.The point .of assimilation and explanations he considered to the ,
services can probably be secured for my opinion the cost of pumping the scout axe to ;be used; tent pitching and Tied Gilbert aren't going to slip point. Mr. Johnston then began firing ,
additional training classes in that same is also prohibitive. I think it; contest, team to consist of 'two scouts anythirig over on them, but are going( in to the members of the class marched questions at the city manager
event. would be unwise to continue/ the expendituie from a troop; tilting] contest, individ' to work for the best. interests of the I''I March strains of' tbe Connecticut who answered some of them and final

, These' popular classes, as announced of money for that purpose. ual comedy elimination contest; knot school: system. : played which by the High School Orchestra I called attention to the fact that he "

j in The Gazette several weeks ago, "I therefore recommend to you that; tying contest, individual, with speed, "There may be one or two who I tion of, Miss was under the .lirec. was not onthe witness stand.. President ,. ,:
further neatness and to would sacrifice the needs of the I Myrtilla Beals, of the Farmer told the
are designed to give; a knowledge of any work with the dredge, accuracy count, the city music members the
I, elementary nursing procedure necessary after the leveling off of the city following knots taJ e required: bow- and surrounding country: to tbeir own department, who assumed the time was up and said he would en-

for the care: of thesck% in the block be stopped and that the remaining half line timber hitch, clove hitch, two insistent ideas, but there aren't many. I directorship S. II. Bullock after, the the accident to leader.Mrs. tertain a motion to refer the matterto ...
I homes, and, to teach simple( rules of funds be transferred to the hitches, halter or slipknot, reef Now that the trustees have settled i Following the class regular a committee for report at the next
sanitation and hygiene. They also streot fund." -., sheet bend, sheepshank, and 'fisher on it they're not going-to take' out a hill Professor came Judge Park. meeting. Mr. Johnston said this -a'\ -
Shaver
, instruct in the causes, symptoms, and Officialcognizanc was also, taken man's knot. personal grudge on the poor kids for Yowell, School Trustee, Superintendent would not satisfy him as the time
prevention of minor and contagious of a'bill'which was introduced in the At the conclusion" of the contest a' couple of years. If the bonds don't street John L. Over- would be too short to make tests and

diseases. One of the important features recent legislature by Representative. there will be exhibition drills by experienced - pass on June 16 there won't be anything county, Howard school board.Katz, president of tbs see what the dredge would do, that all\

is that the knowledge gained in Acre regulating certain phases of i patrols and troops, and a doing for two years with another .Ia Leitner assistant and Miss Alme- he was contending for was a satisfactory
.I I the classes will\ enable the students hunting in Osceola county. Citizens : general assembly, with all tmtjis election. I'm convinced that the invocation, principal. After tryout in deep water 'where

to care for members of their families J I present at the meeting felt that tbe formed. in .position before _the, grand- the bonds will carry by a whale of a of the Chirstian by Rev.church Allen J. Miller, there was plenty of sand. City .At.
the.
during illness ani to intelligently car- (I law. would result to the detriment of I nana :lot me awarding 01 prizes. majority. St'boolGlee Club Highest 1 torney Steed made explanation of the -
Brahms'
rv mit) the orders of the nnvalnan lit i the count*. bv keenlnir away winter All contestants must be in full Boy Mrs. Willa Steed, another memberof ilan sang "Fn. [city's point of view mentioning! the ._
Dance i
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the absence of graduate nurges'r-'The residents who come to Kissimmee for Scout uniform, and entries must; be the chamber committee: was on ed; in equally appreclat.; ''I j difficulties in the way o'f further

. I II making of easily constructed appliances the hunting season, and by diminishing made'by-t-2 o'clock noon on Thursday. the other side of th&! question in the encore lighter vein. J. bulkheading, and the reasons for th T.commissioners
I. for the comfort of the ..Ick11\ the funds now deiived from hunting One of the principals of scouting is days gone by. But she isn't now. "I moat Following Judge Parkhill's address calling the 'election.
I taught, and the care of bed ridden licenses for the school: funds. The illustrated by the rule that any unfair was a strong advocate of the two rendered a excellent piano auartette was I I He said 'there was no. desire on the

patients is! thoroughly gone into.A particular objection most frequentlymade tactics, or conducting himself in ward school plan," she said. "I should and by Misses Margaret Brui.- part of the commissioners or 'city .
number of and was that prohibiting hunting a manner unbecoming a scout will result still like to see these ward schools. and son Ettamay Suhl at one piano manager or other city officials to 't'
in Kissimmee large signed women for these girls deer with dogs. So far as could be in the individual and his team nut I am certain: that the trustees Katherine Misses Johnnie Bronson and I railroad anything through, that they
month ; up after learned' at Monday's meeting no being disqualified. Five points will hpve suede an honest effort to arriveat Tiller at another. These I/wtc! the representatives the city
courses a shortly ladies
the visit of Miss ago Marion, Crawford group of people or organization bad be awarded for first in any event, the best decision and have open- "Poet young played" F. von Suppe'i I and were acting: in the.manner they
and
the field agent of the American Red sponsored' the bill, which will shortly three for second place and one point mindedly considered the other/ plan directing in Peasant with Miss Beau I I thought were for the beet interest
Cross. The become a law unless vetteJ by the for third place.In favored. There is no use building' a manner which brought; of the city l ill giving them an oppor-

_I and there will courses undoubtedly are very be popular consid governor. The commissioners adopted the evening the mid-year meetIng schools which will leave us in no bet- deserved The club and long-continued" applause I unity to express themselves. He said
erable"interest" a resolution asking.,Governor Liar- of the Council will be held, following ter position than we were. There just glee sang again", 0 the Daysof I I he felt sure the commissioners would
- classes Avnrtoped under as soon aathe dee to veto>> the bill.Jam.aBron.on H 'a banquet and 'all membersof dt ean't seem to be any way. to finance\ the Kerry Dances after which u I be glad to spend more money in making

'- desiring to enroll get do way. People at the appeared before the the Council scoot officials, troop" the ward schools, and the other pro- diploma.Soperintendent Yowtu -presented. the I I} tests.- .f'. "._M$*,_'- _
so
may commission with committeemen and other Interested bibltiv. features of that make to the sixteen graduates Mr. Johnston vecl"titat '.
high school building where the classes a request that the men plan it As he called the city
'M"L are conducted: at the Chamber of fee for impounding, cattle be lowered. In, the .Boy Scout movement necessary for us to give up the idea. and the names each arose I be requested fo make, tests'in -the
received
c. The fee have 'an urgent invitation to In justice to the children the diploma while the I' sand to
Commerce or through Mrs. W. B. impounding was raised by attend. -which. is friends applauded. determine the cost -of filling
Thunderous
*].tfi ju.tice ... so-
ft Ammnnlw 1
:
city ordinances a :few months our T by the dredge and its efficiency in
Makinson, who is Red Cross chairmanIn ago plause
Kissimraee-of these activities., after efforts' to protect city 'property LIBRARY' CLOSED think we should all be broad minded /greeted the name of Lewis I) sand, and Mr. Steed seconded the, motion
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- from loose cattle had proved unsat in the matter and fall In line with the I Campbell, valedictorian of the class,., which was carried. '
'I _isfactory. The commissioners" discussed FOR, THE ,SUMMER plans which seem to be the only feas who,. living over at Campbell's sta
COUNTY GETS RULES ; ible ones." tion.-, ba not only made the highest
the matter and the
came to
". I conclusion that, in view, of the un.successful The public library at- Hart's-; Me. That' the spirit which- will put ov. grades of of the class, served in a large URGES QUICK ACTIONON
'" *-"measures in fare before mortal 'closed this week and Mrs. San- er the bond election and make the number school offices, and as --pres
'FOR CONVICT GUARDSNew the fees were raised* and becausei born is.taking a vacation. The li Kissimmee' schools second to none. ident of his class, but was a mainstay

DA It....' the necessity for keeping loose cattle brary will be closed until September And that' the spirit which is prevalent -' in Yowell the football also team of last fall. 'Mr. DRAINAGESYSTEM, .

- out of ,the'city, that they could not flrst _ _ _ today. medals to the presented the high school
winnersiand ,
State Rules Prohibit reduce the again
fees.Mrs.
--r- pounding' SCHOLARSHIP MEDALS THE EIGHTH G'RADEGRADUATED whole-hearted applauding was mani.fe.t. County Agent Calls On The
Corporal Punishments' Of .
David: Lander and her sister. AWARDED MONDAY Chamber of Commerce To
AU Kinds On ConvictsAt Mrs. J. E. West, left yesterday for FRIDAYEdwla The High School orchestra played, I
Schlepegrell'a "Golden Start Needed ActionThe
and I
Scepter
Monteagle, Tennessee where
they MI. Mary Stanley Win The Medal Barnes Wins The Medal For the class ode
will was played by Miss
Mondays meeting of the county spend the summer. Mr. Lander ForGea.ral
Excellence For The General Excellence
commissioners the rules for will remain at his Church street homo Second Awarded To Margaret Brunson, composer, and recent continued rains have
of convicts were read management to the and push the lawn mower, Time With High AverageThe HighMt In Two Upper Grade suns by Miss Lizzie Mae Matherly,,I brought up an old question which has
commissioners author of the word., and a double I been ever with us. At Wednesdays
and a copy given to usual interest was manifested A very interesting program was
quartette.
"Taps" finished the Chamber of Commerce luncheon
Gerald Ashton, In charge of county MISS NORMA GRIFFIN Monday night when Professor Yowell given last Friday night at the high with the class chanting program the County Agent Leo Wilson introduced "

prisoners. The rules aa promulgated APPOINTED TEACHERSchool finished giving the diplomas to the school auditorium, when the pupils words as Arthur Bullock sounded the the question of drainage. For eighteen .
follow the becoming of a law, on May seniors and turned to the medal finishing the eighth grade received notes. it- had
23, of) Senate Bill No. 480 entitled their days rained at some time
awards. diplomas. Music, readings, The graduates of the class of 1923 : during the day, and it had rained on
"An Act corporal, Board Fills Vacancy In The three
abolishing punishment The Katz act and
medal, which is given play, pantomime coni- who
I received diplomas at the exercises 23 of the last 24 days, in amounts
Sixth Grade Of Klssiasmec School -
in all State and County the
Convict each prised
year by H. M. and E. D. Kate, entertainment features after Misses
Louise all
were: Barber Johnnie the from one-hun-
CamDS." .This law required the Board And Csnvasees Election ReturnsMiss for the which the diplomas running way
I .. best, grades in mathematics were awarded Bronson, Margaret Brunson. Win' dredth of an inch on the fifteenth and
of Commissioners of State institutions -; in the high school was awarded to and the general excellence medal
Norma Klssimraee ifred Denning, Lizzie Mae twenty-sixth of to 3.13 inches
Griffin Matherly, May
and' the Commissioner of Agriculture given to the winner '
>>
graduate of the Florida State College Mary Stanley, of the eleventh grade, by Superintendent Katheryn McKay, Lauretta Snod- last Saturday. '
: to not only prohibit the use of for Women at Tallahassee with the with an averageof 8778., .. Yowell. grass, EttamaySuhi, Katherine Tiller The chamber had just been discussing -
corporal: punishments 41pon county class of 1923, was appointed to fill Mr.Yowell had a little fun with ths Edwin Barnes, one of the eighth and Leah Wilcox; and Gordon the drainage at the lake front and
state convicts: but to also "devise the E. N. Fell medal, which awarded grade graduates, had made Bullock. Lewis W. J. Steed had
vacancy in the sixth grade of the a very Campbell, Uly Chapman facetiously suggestedthat
other adequate and proper punishment" Kissimmee schools made by the resignation in the senior. class each year for the high record in the scholastic 'and al F. S. Ledbetter Lewis O'Bryan, he'd like to borrow the city pontoons -
to replace the use of the strap. of Miss Tiller, at the regular best ea.a,. No one knew, ef coors, lied achievements which determine and Arthur Simpson. Leonard Her- to float his strawberry run- .;
Rae Letters were read from W.. A. 'Mc- meeting of the school board Mondsy. tc whom it wQuld fall. FacingitK the winner' of the medal. It must rick Who is. also a member of the ners. The time was almost up and ,
commissioner: of agriculture, enc1o.llljt The board also canvassed the election seniors sitting on the platform he have taken some figuring to get his class, was not present having accom- President Farmer asked if there was
.
the new rules,and ctlling attention suggested to the sixteen graduates exact grade, which was announced the his I
returns from the Mulberry Sink as panied body cf grandfather anything of vital importance to claim 1
to. the tact -that "any s per.inten that-thwoflewhGbad! wen the 'medal 97 and 97-1131
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district, which election was held Juno to Michigan. attention. 'Twas then that Mr. Wilson
stif.enC warden, captain, or guard 4, and found that B. G. Hancock W. should rise;e space' forbids 1 lItlng-.the The exercises were the joint graduation -' rose to his feet and the occasion.In ,
who or otherwise abuses aconviet" M. Markell, and J. A. Minnick were names those who made a start to ceremonies of A and B divisions, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS his characteristic way when he has
will do so "at his own risk, elected get ,tq their feet! He finally ended the instructors which his mind he waded into .
school trust**, and that the of are Mrs. F. ELECT OFFICERS something on .'
.as hf wilt b* liable to p ueectitIn'for.ssault voters had voted a threw mill-tax-levy the' siispenM :however, by{naming* the C. Bryan and Miss Cleo Wool- the water and drainage subject.

like, and"battery .as other .cases: of in-that district.: victor who proved to be One who had drid ., who were in charge of and directed Friendship-Lodge No. 10, Knights He urged the chamber to>> get behind .;
nature. It was decided themeeting' to not offered to rise. Lizzie Mae Math- the program' After a selec- of .Pythias, enjoyed a well attended a drainage campaign and to stay with
Commissioner Mc Ra... ., letter, follows call erly won this medal and the sQrpflse, tion the the until it .
for' bide for driving the achvol by orchestra Dr. J. A. Sutton meeting Wednesday evening when campaign WAIl a completed t
; ; busses to transport the school chit mixed with a justified pleasure; which made the invocation, and the pupils third degree work was conferred. The fact. A large number of truck

To all Captains, and Wardens) jot dren to the Kissimmee schools. next' showed in hjr face certainly looked sang! "With Quaking Hearts We Welcome banquet hall was decorated with eats farms, be said were in the city.limits,
State and Convict year. genuine ; 1"1', I You." and drinks which were much enjoyed. while numerous ethers adjoined it. r

In enforcing County,,Rules 8 ''and Camp.9,, as: . t., The General. Excellence R. medal.whic1sgivsn I, I A three act play followed, the characters Following the work the officers not to mention. a few grove which
by-Captain E..Rose,
adopted by the Board of Commissioners I N-P-To1-c.t: being well enacted"by France. were elected for the ensuing term, as were usually on high enough groundbut
of State Institutions relating to state chemist, was another In'which Bailey Dorothy Bullock, Helen Chap- follows: Chancellor Commander A. which could not compete with the
To Let and LandOwners- considerable-.speculation: had bear in Margaret S. Sutton rainfall of late.
man Dana McClure Lup- ; Vice Chancellor, Stratton unusually heavy
punishment, it is expressly undertood -The ordinances of the City of Ki- I dulged.- ,.WhenMr. ,Yowell named the
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fer, Lawrence McDonald, George Lee Story; Prelate, A. 8. Gilbert; Masterof W. B. Makinson spoke of the neeea.it7Jf -
that no punishment whatsoever simmee require to keep your I winner it proved'to be the .
you aame stu Singeltary, and Joe Tucker. Marian Works, George Gross; Master at having levels taken accur-
of'any kind shall, be inflicted upon the premises free fromweeds: or unsanitary -I dent who had just been awardecithemathematics 'Graves and Edgar Beeland were much Arms, V. M. Hill; Keeper of Records ately over the whole district. to be
body of ,the eGnylct., Insoms; ) stateswhere conditions i whatever;Jkjnd; and I medal. Mary Stanley and Seals drained the
enjoyed in a duet "I'll Never Play J. L. Oversteet; Master of and proper courses followed -
corporal, punishment been rou'... require. to.-keep your walks I waa a two time winner-that evening., With You Again," and then Breta Finance, C. L. Bandy; Inner Guard, 11 which he said was not the case
abolished there, have been inaugurated in froot' ofyour" premises in good re 1 her average grades covering scholarship .- Whaley_appeared Jn pantomime while Sam Story; Outer Guard, W. C. Bass with various ditches now existing. '
such,practices aa "tieing up by the pair. I. t i-V I deportment.punctuality, and attendance Hiss Elizabeth Waring 'Darl- After some discussion a motion was
thumbs, "raising the head to tha This means that if have walk I being-96 614.But she sang
up you a was ing Nellie Gray." A vocal number passed requesting the city -
point of discomfort, 'placing the' con. that baa become uneven or is broken not only a two time winner that'.ev- "Jolly ,*' years. The eighth grade made a nice to take levels and. determine government
Gypsies was presented by record when they raised $285 in different ,
vict In stocks, fastening down'dueking down repair' it. If you have a lot Of ening, she was the same in another Elsie Sullivan, Helen Chapman, Mar- activities necessary procedure toward getting
their
for piano.
in water to point of drowning tract of land where weeds are growing sense, for she was the winnerJastyear ian Graves and Frances drainage.WATSONHALL.
Bailey. Hall's proper
etc. These are horrible: practices and or where brush or rubbish I.. of the general .xcellencermedal: "Swing Song" Twenty-nine eighth graders passed on .
was sung'by the into the freshman
grade class of the
are hlore brutal thin the strap, andre cumulating, clean it up. *' >v* also. .pt high
and Arthur Steed recited "That COMPANY'BOUGHT.
.. absolutely.. forbidden_& De ..withyourunsightly 'old' A new prise>was awarded.this-year. Pup. school by virtue of the diplomas ,
-away There followed solo'
a piano "Flemish awarded. The list of graduates is: BY E. E. BROWN ",
"y Tho e-i msmagerthej --< < -- -- It fa
rauthority tan' fentire.! t'oJ'l'ot..h..m..hop sv $-gold pIeei ,and J. given by Serenade-by.Francea Bailey, reading Steffee
.. a Mary Eva Fettle Elsie Sullivan
eoeriete-I treatment with1a.th.eurpoeste .
goed poeitlve- Mrfl.'Montayne Pertyv-magazine writer "The Spinning Wheel ""'
flung by Breta Theressa E. :
P Whaley, Bron E.BrowfCanipbetl'5.Pur-
?1Ip letUax.persooality.aupened*.physicalr UmitcrMt'them. cut. ttff who has been wintering in Klaslm- Mary Steffee.' and piano solo by Al son, Arthur Steed Duratea Whets chased the aaaeta of .tb..WataonHsllMaaufacturlngCOInPJiY
.... . f8BRVKxaueawam ,
f.tcs..a%. tdlt.Jala. af.BiDOUGHTXN, m04, bbt who; rcentiyvwnt t 'Eu. fred Wilson. The then
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i*" ,JMe4--forrtmt niahmen.'....... i .U If sang Snyder. Rudolph Walker, Monday afUernoon
'I2ui4Pp u..2 -. tyMaager.1T rop Her-prise and ,
.. *ong, after George Leo Slngeltary. Clayton Yates at sheriff's sale at the court
iiTtoree dlscipliasy ,The best captains -- A.. orogrMs>> in English.; The gold piece the presentation ,of. taedala-'and diploma Edgar Beeland. Alfred Wilson and house. Mr. Brown will have asseclst-. '
and fY.tor.eur", ;III01l"" I ply only in extreme cases, soik in fco I went to ClM'abei-Adame. the orchestra closed the interesting Lawrence '
', la. McDonald in one division, eel with him his brother-H. E. Brown,
', lWcb imi terad Dbt'1.e"puniahmentL I case must-this 'prit1e. .>eTabwae4j 1 program, 'with "In Lilac: and Frances Bullock land H. G. formercom-
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0 i Bailey..Dorothy Hallof, b4 : :
pua&aed '? : ;
Tb Jiea4.mu' tb d.now.IA.en nor convicts er nlnor I Mra.... A* : discipline.and*ot the i1 I fenses. t Captains,and ward.nrf will be. her born. tin i a i1toft.4 Ohio"'ilontbVvfsif I' I ; This year's eighth grade- ahowed da Simmons,..Virginia llarpret.Bowen Dann, Marian. Vi- panI'Theae gentlemen,, halve, .. rented 4'e-the "
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The Rules and Ztegalationa accomijnying'j -J held $ictly-'aecAintable to <;hlsit td few' la KUslmmc tb Improvement,over any eighth ,grade Graves Orien Brenna Edwin Barnes, west half of theVID.aoIt'M Jd1q en ,
|''- t1aic;I letterKwtr! TsU pted *y,I part= for the- welfare of Wade ma.. and mother. for some t1 ..'...that.* larger per.cenwre. Richard Bandy,; McClure Lnpfer. Don Darliq&eQ'r&vema: : and baTe'....... -

f .h Joard, 'of, Comnilssions, of".$tate W, 'KeR.AE. ,wm. t In florf. 1 -.o .the .puplla paased :'theirwork' Oliver- Daniel' Minks, Carl Spenca i their stock to that placed.v : 'They will,

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: It. ....... ... ..... . RlCflOLt7TION. SOTICHPF, Ir.c" ... KIKCTIO> A, SPANISH COLLEGE P LAYGROUNDS 'CUrINGDOWN ?


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.j I -County Board of Publlo In* the. City of Klsslmmee'pt its reg-ulan Speaking; ,Before the l leirlslatuie l-iat i .

..- . ruction In and for Osceola County be.. meet In tr held on the llh'"ay of June week William Jennings Bryan advocated playgrounds, child' crime and delinquency Ucu/OI
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.00- . .. . . . . .. . I, Florida more than signed twentv.flve by what ) percent to .\. D, 123. adopted Ih"I' (lo'Inu reso the foundation i of n col.ire: in are being reduced in'many

4 4 NOTICH OK srlCC"I.4L KLl:TTI( :li. of the duly qualified electors residingwithin lutlein"\:\ \1.1.'U"U.AI.t the '' of South Florida where the Spaneiih .alll,, cites. according to the returns from .
: .Special, Tax..School lJl"trh.tIu.. .r.tature 4-untoms and history ir'ght ietiiuirht the Play*
the* ", f-u.age natonalquestinnaire.
,UPKCIAI HOAITHJCT> AIiD! BHID(. mil, 4, Osceola ('o..nty.Iorldo, commonly' I "tot".ot. .. .. the following lt law.10"i for the i sole reason ,)f making Rereation of
knowtfa. the Klsslmmen District staling .. gound
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N. '
4. Authorising and direct
of "An ACT Florida "intellectual Inquiries were
: that they desire the Isnuancv 'un outpo4's tnnouneel. b1
said Tea School District InN t lIe Cltv l'omrl."lon of fl I li,. to in the United wie
bond by Special : over .
; of providing an lent '
A *pe>cla1 election will* b<> held on I ho12th I the ..f acquiring', ) of KtBslmniee "'Iorl. to In"Utltn
day of June A. L>. lilt. In tliv fullowloic liiilldlnK.for enlarging purpose?, furnlslilnjf and Transfer all Money I u1.- training of' Ameican )'ounj men, und States and Canada Replies were re- 1

dencrlbed territory lo-wlt: : otherwise Improving building and hevad Fund to the Street luid.ltl . women to carry on .. !, '? nlerj ceived from 1OE$3. Many which fail
., All of Townnhlp TwentyliveSouth. school grounds for the exclusive use. ofth IT KNACTKI. HY' THK lKIJ1SI.ATURB cial I and financial relations.with South ed to respond ate' known .to bo carrying 7 ,

Ktvngre Twenty-..oven al\t '. public free .schools within th" .....1<1I'Ip..cI.1 UF TIlE t"\TF OF ,. i on public recreation in some form .
America.
of T.llahae Meridian In Once l.'i.' ilifilA :
School Uletrlft and which
Tax
1' ota 'County Florida, aid. petition further set forth; In Ken- SliCTION 1 : The. Cltv Cummlsslem "All of GUI''relations ".'I "itb the In St. Louis a decrease cf 75 percent ( -
for' ,the purpose of submitting to the oral terms the amount of bonds desiredto of the ('It) of JIiisiininee. south" bo declared "and as th> years in the number of 'juvenile court REDUCED .
duly UallBd elector, who nro freeholdem. Florida 1 hereby Diltheriled nnelellre
and the thereof. .
: reiildlnft, within said ter"llor. be Issued purposes derived from tlutsale >cted transfer nil money .that come we will fnd that SOI.tn.and. cases reported In single ditrc
,. the following iue-.tlun, : and I that nf such the t ':.d"d.'h be Mcd: for nlnv now he In the* Huh It tied l und South Ami-lira brou ;ht v'lo.er to. after the establishment of railroad an4 hotel

J.'hf'th..r or not Special nnnil an.l the purposes set forth In said petit Ion. to the Hlr..t Fund.MX'TION gctheyr. Florida set in the wnt.rl ground According to the manager of

. ald Bridge territory ltrlct and No.created 4. emlirarlnK by an olderof thai nml 1 lake I 2: 'Chl".t ai|. Ihal! nneli em1) like a finger, points to S.>iit.i; America the Edison Light Company of Du- '< TES j
\HKHKAS. It has been made 'In up- f'.te..t
the Hoard of County OommlHUlom rof $ pear to the County, Board of 1'ubllv' In- .CIIU..II..I I h U..I .tflrmatl"I und we must take advantafcu of the l luth.} breakgs of street lights on ;
:: O"ce ola. County on AuRU J6. .\. I IJ. \e,te R majority of the dulveiuallfied I 73 ,..
Cut ,'u.'n' of t Osceola Count, .Plot! Ida oppoitunity to grasp the trade and drppe per cent as ... ./
J92O pursuant 14lh. 1920.to an nhall e>leitlon be b.iIiihed.oaneeUing held$ onAuirunt that Hold petition bos been" signed" i bynore < 'I lty. of nnel gislereel.... .then 4 ol..r.residing ofthe ('omnlo./ve of the South American compared year before because .........

all authority to luaue bond.* ,,
Ii:, .pursuant to such ele-rlou and "older. ."ald.. Special Tax School lilstrlct. therein has& paid theirtHen Spani.sh will be a language program. In St. Paul playground directors '
2. Whethr or not Hporlal'Hoad and and that It 1 Is deslrnlile unel to the best teir the vear last due thereon | rankiRI saved 75 boys from to inFlofldACHBERsCOMMERCE'
. ( next to The need ,of going
th.eeml *
; Bridge 1 Hull let No. 4. emhrailnK ii.tsrcets, of said Special Tnx S.hnolhiistnlct m 1 arid "ctuaI!)' \olnA at nn election Englsh.
territory and createil by an order to aceiulre. build I e njurge furnish ...1"0 c.t that pur Ktitution Klordia ii apparent. the reformatory and from repeating .
.,\ of the Hoard of County: Commlftnlonvr: I and otherwise' lmprcbuildings' I pe.se.Flleel. .10 In addition jto gaining trade the relutions ,t offenses. The decrease in delinquency
of Osoeola County on February 6th. A. iiehvi for the xrlusleui In office of R..r.ar) of in .
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and ground cf the two will Yakima Washitig.on
election held Amerlcanl promote
D. IHS. to tin
pursuant State.ia)' :ill, 123 and al rpre
of the public free schoolwithin I.e..m.
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on Februar tth. 122. shall be abolihed. .. enduring .t cent. .
peace.
said Special Tax School IH-trict andthat l t.ii. Wllheut the' approval of the ,
,. rancelllnc all authority. to l..nu.> bonds of .such district should be I II..u..d Jov ernor." Mr. Bryan hl.'lllon and the South As a result of a PassaIc New Jersey -I I
t bond. pursuant to curb election andorder ANDv'HKHUVS.. the Cltv Managerand recreation
for such purpose Florida city or community that follows balher bsket'l
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N. 'W. 'l4 hiItIF&eIt: .E. nl: IT !tIL.El -- the City Comnilssiem believe It IH -
ball
3. \Vh.lh r or not the follow Inn de- Board for the bent ...th. City of his wisdom may reap a great teams |; _|.-
*Sf> ) by the Counts of Pub- Inl.r..t
acrlbed territory Khali b. .*eres..te Into. lie Inotrjctlon In and for Usrevla ('oun. Klsslmmee I to transfer said.funds.. benefit from the establishment by judge of the juvenile cour Is sero s. RURAL COMMON SENSE

V. a special. road "nd brlelir' district to- 0'. Florida at. thlH. the first meeting of AND IIKKKA": It will be necessaryto I state and ftdt'rl funds, of an 1 l considering closing .

wit:.All of Jowniihlp Tw nty-rtve ...Jd liuard\ after the rerelpt of said peICTotj cull a Special .;I..cllol In the Cltv ofKisslminee. lie advocates. The inst.tutlon boy so busy at play they have By Spuds Johnson
ar .
that brmd. In the sum of NlnetaevThousand ) for the purpose* of approvlnk "hicl Came over to Gainesville
South Kanxe enty-atven" Eart.of ami no to Into trouble. the
get
i rejecting :
(tPK.OOO) [lollars.arerequired und ratlfjlng or the paidruntifer SayS an
Tallahassee. Meridian in (JscealaBounty for the purpose of acquiring.building ; I t of 'paid Funds. I A Miami I'ni-e-T.ily The national inquiry shows that University of Florida ths and

,. The proposed. Florida location and denrrlp- ,'nlarhng.II ..\ furnishing and: THKHKFOKB UK IT UKRnl.VUP i I In his address tO tho "Iltl !toglsla- 505 cities maintained 4,601 play cen I am writing this at te. Expent
.. tobe otherwise Improving 1 building* and I ITH": CfT'I) : That n in 192. Station Wednesday '
tlon of the and ture Mr.
roads brtdxes Hryan made one valuablesuggtsion. tel The total number of
.. I be held In the ('it iif
11 heieil grounds for the ex<'lu"l\e uset ) ,i
.f..J d..I. ,
constructed at to the be North as follows boundary! C0fl1mnclnf ..f the public' free F*'hoo4*-w-IHrln ...1.1 .. .., ein the I 1.1'h day of in line with '\hut the workers emplo'lt was 10867. Of frends. I have. found it a very worth---

Township-. .. nty. the s i25) .!'South t-p..rhtl. I .." School Instrlct >.>. 4. O"- .June. A. D. 1923 for. thepurpose of herald hal been advocating for sometime these well employed through whie inspiring trip.

., Halm T" /nl's..n' I Z1) .Kant on the .. eol.. County. Florida and that It I. .. .rmlnl"1 w helhe I i the' transfer of ?. He did not po quite far enough out the .al an incrlC of 478 or 30 primar occasion of my visit ,
und to the Strict
i d."lrn"l. and to the best Interests ofsaid )
$..cUo;; line* h..t..11 Meoilon-i Two i 8) .lc Buld..d is to the annual.
I 1.1..tl1 Hint. sauL l.nnrls lie I'...u.l. I-' .. ) im.l. ratified or.rejeeted li II in udvoratiiifr a tt.hol which should per cent over the jear-yound workers lok.ln meetn
nnd Three ((3).' run South nloni the- "lpro".1
Section linen .I.ft\''':11 Section I ** Two aCid that Hnid tionel. Miull I be of tile, de>. I| h'RCh the Spanish language, preferably i in 1921. Chicago spent over $1,500- of the agricultural club boys
'f) s"'l Thre. IS Vl. Ten (10)) mid l.le\-) ',,nmlnatlnn of inc Tnouiand, ( $1"h The Kald Klei (Ion .hnl be held III t the to be located in South FKirida.) OUO for municipal last year ItaU. but since the boys came just
Km.MM. | .<.|ila'5(4.41.l l. u"h.r..1, i e-oi s" c- U Ills.,,. )Oi.I,1. ,.. .it 7 ,1'iilllni.loliXfnue' rllrt.aton
ii I ill )I. Fourteen ( 14) nnd Klft'en I hut if the idea could be carried out the shows to take in and did take in theclosing
Twentwo nnd 'I.I lftom" i.ni' I'II I., :Nlrietfivc. / the e'lly" of KlSimme* IISi ,i' report appropriated -
< 15), 122)) Twent-
I three 23)). Twenty-six, (21 G:) and T" n- C'I'Ll In.luxUe. .Hald 'lund to te>ni. I II iferent *- ola e >'\il, Plorid.) Tin polls shah and (expanded beyond his KU i'.stion 0\11 $4 9,000; Phiadelphia.more excercises of the regular session .
J ty-s" \ .0 ,127). nOd Thirl-four i84): ), :. .it 110 mure* than six. 'ifi**, ) p"r I,.. op, 1 II .0" 4 M 011 said eln)' anelHliall i it would mean the vreatiem of!a very than $811.000. of the University I. too, looked-
urd > 35 thence b .. ,tit per i""?''iJlII. ptyal.le[ HI riil-oiruulI, : , \ le; mlos'.l si Sin 1'0"n cold. in on those functions.
Thlrtj-tUe ) KliinlnKat
: : \uluudle
_4 the .Soulhfam of Seitlon 34 uriC, ,.1' |l.htld.. .in l Hint ....1.1) 1 IIOIHIVhull, .In' H M I lrul..l.: John. .Mcl'hnttii I.i'I inxtitution. Tht 3sIodutl.rprtl that 14-
corner . und K LI h. I The Herald has held answered Came up on Monday and,
tif said Township and l-aime: ruithence "".Iur.' nnd become .i" uid 1 fn Hbl' IvMtx are 1..1) nppotnloeljas r-xistentlv WEre thereore.
i Ihlt!" .311): ) fie.m diite. both Inspe'itorie, iinej I Sam l.upfei, ,,, that missed the baccalaureate .
I'' \Vest along the <\>unt> lineame ears jirln- . the most favorable ( for the by cofe!p"ndence and conxultntion at
: .. belnic the !Southern: boutidar nf .1.1 l | l aiM Ini.rot te he p.i) .,i.le .at the l lie r* bv' ";. ...lnl,1 *U. "Mtk.I to ceineluctl!I cultivation ef iiitvrnational .1 t Its New York headquarters. The Recreation Sunday and the alumni luncheon on j

.Hulel Section 34. to a point foity < 4"1 )ll lari..i Cr .tt"n,1 Bank', or N. ,.. oik Hu..1. i I, i'tli.n. I'lilv dul> qiinlilleel. andeglstni.I fli"lulhip.nd .
.* ,. the ele\-opm) eif Conifre at Atlantic City Monday. But on Tuesday morning,
rode Vest of Huutheast ...rn..r of 1<1. ctlon ltNew Yoik and r V ot TH of the 11" of KIsiinee .
;" JoI 33 of .aid Township ami It.",.r. iiiIT: ITFlTHKIl. ., ROI."E11.1:! \ .' -In. then r. ..Idlnl In Kttid J(Mtv. who I| ielutiemt( il South and Central AmerI last OdobEr WI attended by :67 celIgatt along with the club boys and Merl '
', 2t IJ run thence due North to (lie Southep.t. thii: ,lesolutlon. .h. Centeredipon. t lieeiertlH own r.,1 estate 9r. In and tint .. loud ica. The United nhould have ** from :'JOT cities in the hundr town and visiting who
of the CountV Hoaid of I Public. their tuxes. for ( lust due th.'rr- I Ha"l Unite
.r
) orner of the Kant bulf of l':ant half,, ofNortheast ) I Stated into the small I
lead and from two
I quarter of paid section nstruction of Osecolu C'oun"'h.l'' ', on kluill be elltltleel: \ "1". The t.rl I a ItrunJ; in countries, not foreign 10un- vmn.ium.
': ,.. thence due \\'edt forty. j 140)( roi!" to tl>** and that the same be published one. of Hitllot to be used shall be suhMurillall ( "( ,< of location but becauseI tries' Ten fitate campaigns for compulsory attended a "real" graduation

\. II terminus. of saId proposrtl lntpiied" eut h MeiK for four. auc'e.--Iy. *. Keel. .haI" I )' In the f..lo.I,1! form : ]I u natural community of intcrea's. physical education in thoichoolii Contrary to my expttion., we

'" ,1'\ II road 'I'he KI..I""I... .. \.1. ) i ;a.I. H That thin country hf.s not cultivated were conducted and IfiH cities farmers the boys not t
with n." cpu per of .. TlFFICIM. U.I.OT NO .
TOUKTHKIl: which! ) It
:';:.J may be n.ne..sary to any construit brlelne o\ < r ancreek \' Ii-Ked .hald Sp.cial ''lr'II"lo". .I r.ut- SI'IX'I.\I.) ll.KCTION, FiPPItoV.I I this field as it should i is ,cry evident. were served by fit-Id necretarie feel out of place at all after we rot .".

J crossing said roails .Said maun Irl"I.t J"I .ANI4 HATT'YISo Ol{ ISI.JIJCT- e'erl European." nations have Pensaoola Kewo.: inside and the ball started rolling. The
*, II' shall not be less than nine < 'J() (. et I', "1'a.ed .ml I Adopti d this I 14th d.iof I I THK ." ..l'Ll.l.. MoSK1 taken much of the busme-sB that cxcercines could have been describedas
widths and be constructed of all hard- Ma) \ 1)) 1923 H M KATZ.liHlrmun IV hIL'l..XhI'AI) Fl'ND TeSTHKKT > F
ti surface material willed the Hoard) *'fCountv (' County llonrd eif r ublif. Tnstruotlon : 1'-lSn should h'nyl come to the United both simple and.dignified.. All the

I 1,1. (Conimliiitlone. shall deem suitable "ne"ceiln Countv Kloi[ i"ia. .11th a, .' A D 123Klfslmrnee I State*.. The rea. n for thin is largely SAID CAN'T.BE DONE talks were filled with good commonsense :

,,'. .1'j I for construction of hard-sui... I .E\: :) .' Florida, in thefuct) that the representatives of and I wish all our Florid
p: I roads. Said shall be 15 TOWKLUSerretar : i
.. !1 I ed of pine and bridges cypresn tilnetx constru.t-. liui i '* ) \ Count Hoard of Public Insti M Ia k., a.., oss mark IX ) before thellle these nations ha1 been more tactful "My experience with doctors and i homes-country and city-had been

I per cent, heart material'. the flucrlnic u
,:.. I i I to be with boards not less than two ., .- 23-.t.<.. I atitud. toward the southern coun medicines caused me to lose] faith in I million people could have benefited
i I (2 In.) Inches thick. \eiTH FeiR ISI: ( the both and when a friend told me that from those functions well '
rCCs people who have as as the ;.
I The amount> estimated as being neeesiuiry >OTICK Of RLECTIOV For appro\ lug arid ru Uf I \ ." tintranHfr I hu\'t Mayr's Wonderful Remedy would four five hundred who ,
I J t. to pity for the construction ofsaid _r.c: IAI TAX "('IOOI. UIMTRICT of 'iiifin y now iriIcul ; gone from thin) vouritry.. or packed and
roads and brldKeff IH the sum ofKlghty 4. 4).i'ICl. ('ot'T1'. FLout !. k Md 11_ lICe 'SI r... t_ ,'un.1 l lSTTr I A Pun-American university located cure my stomach tioublc I I told him jammed ourselves within those plain "

., Thousund ( JRO.000.00) ",,110"",. I -- ': .N1c' h in South Florida where the young 'it (:1't'hI done. lowevtl. he fln l1 brick walls. Nearly I very "
j'lt' hundr
the Issuance cost. of such anil construction Hsle. of bonds.The to. he puldhy N..tio.' IH. hereby Blven tll. fin ..1.- \ I In ir d- r. t If\ 'I Ii men of the United States und the I) f.er9iiuee
'(' tA, |.|IHC<- for holdliiR said electionIn lionvlll? In KlHNlminec.he h.1,1! In tlie,tifiieoltl\\ <*huloIn" -, I "al'---.r fill ;.,'\. ..In.inHulkhca i ''younjr men of the south und centfjil :: it did. .\1 symptoms of ajuteifldllf'r"tPfl i now going out into the state to help h;

said territory shall be at Mullierrv8l theSlime In Sp'clal.I Tax ____ .l Fund t<> I hV Itt.ret Kuii)_ I'I American nations could meet in the and gas having disappeared the old domain grow and prosper.
I
"k. and. the Inspectors and Clerk appointed "FlolJI.I lil-tiitt' Ne*.h..ln". c'o"mo.h' .Knovvnthe TIrfn.II.:. :. NOTICK. is 11'IEI\''' study of the common of the It i is a simple, harmless. prep- But. our club boy? work was just t,
for said problems
election .1.\ |
are.: Mlnnlck. ; I'. will be iration *
movtR the
V H. J. Bchmldt. J. K. KlMflmmee I I'istrltt. on Satuila .I\IX ... western hemisphero would be mot tat: catarrhal starting as the University school
t Parrlsh Inspector a
I In C hue eMIv eif l l .
> tin ICth day 1 of J un.A.. n 192.1. 11"11 -
t *. and B. <). Hancock Clerk. Mi determine! whether ol not there shall'I ,1.) "unl. Florlila "h1".lmm.. il.iveif I \aluRI.I. sort of ) In-it net only from tho intestinal tract year was closing The boys are' having cr
I The polls at said election will lie .. . ICIOOI and allay3 the? inflammation which ci
.
) lie iMxued I.> said dlstrlet bonds In 'the I 1'21! in the. .n.Iufl.810, I tile Spanish e should be three days of real but profitable
n from o'clock A. M. until ,
of the Mime, day. sun do\v 1 sum of :ll.ty.nv. TliouHnnd its.'i.HiOiiO i-: h.ra CCI Iii Me n,1 HeilullonI'Hle.l f the purpeiM -m.III".1! In taught but the whole liistoiy, of CfteAmeriiaiit. -auses practically all stomach liver work. The hundred boys who

C By order of the Board of CountvCommissioners i ( ( ) .1..lar". II" purpose of acquiring. this Oth d.iv; of .Mill.A HDeZ.'t The peculiar enonornicproblems and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. are here have been divided into stv- tiK

Ii t J.. passed U May 7th. 1S2J.: nnd otherwise e.nlorllnl. f ui< ',". "hllC an.'hioo1 : should I. Ktudied. The One dose wi convinceor en "etlonl and each has its turn with TWILL :

As Clerk of Hoard of OVERSTUKKT.(Count Commissioner at gremnds for the exclusive use* of A S'HllnIT chara..1 of the lands and the people money refunded. J. Rober on, each of the experts in the vaiijun

for Osci ole Count)'. KlorldR226t the Special public Tnx free School. schools District.wilhln Only the calm the, 1 As Mn I !i.v \\" .PKHSOVH. *' .h( made clear A basin for and druggists everywhere. subjects being taughfa. The main
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eli/ly eiuullfled electors of said I Iiiftile'twho I 1 K \TX mutual understanding- respect subject this )'eal f the Florida method -
are* freeholders shall lie cut It I.-.! '"nl"Hlo.rHTTIST. should be sot up. HAFKK TO IIKI1NK THAN WATERDo of boll weevil Others are
In the Circuit Court for the S' <'vrnto, ,nth to vote. The said bonds shall l, or thedenmninat .\ fH IMJLN.I.TKNU : Iontrpl
Judicial Circuit of the State of J-'lo'l.h 1 Ion of One Theiusuiid. itl.ODI 1.- < > Mnn'nrSi low the state was to do this was } ou know thata properly carbonated m"lhanlcl; pstures. poulry. diseai-
in end for Omeola Count) Joints H I.rJ ). I Iloliar.aeh.. shall bear Interentat ( -:.VIMF t'IT ').' I"DDI: :I':) 'ot clear (by Mr.: Hryan; andpt'uiisiWy U CH and dairy.
be\erago to drink
Uepler. Plaintiff \'a.Vllilam U Kenney. : - a r.l.. of not morn than six lG'al 26-2t it cannot be done by the ilf r
-rJ- In&
.. Defendant. Damage* flJOOOQ.() Notice than ordinary drinking water or a
per cent per annum semian'nuahhy
IB'al. state. could done by Miami if boys are in the regular
of Institution of Suit and Eum' and become the of I b beverage made without carbonation ? 11'ln"
r mona to Appear. The $tate of Florida due and .)' .hal thirty ) cars after ",..U.nEAR In eOUfl..r the nlf'of it were made clear Carbon dioxide has definite dormitories and in 'the "Mess

,, to William U. Kennejr. No. (00 Amen -> date,. beeth principal (0)Interest be I 4uthflty. Florida. have thIs day paimotland Cnoulh. if the opportunities which purifying effect which iras tends a Hall." They are having a big time,
ran State to
I Bank Bulldlnir Lancing. Inc pujul.li' at the National I Adopted t A certain rffiolutlori.: school would offer were evi stop playing and study ing.and .
J Michigan, a/id to all whom Jt con Hunk 1J.ov..r. the formation cf bacteria getting acquainted
may of New York lork. w-ti4>"c appears. that making a
a petition h-Hft dent
cern: Notice. I. hereby. given that suit (ln.1 : to pejople.) There Is plenty and learning'/lot And let
I a All 'a* provided a certain resolu.. l>e *n ttlth said Hoard. signed by thl safe drink, .. '
'it.i or attachment was Instituted In the tion of the ('ountyItuatd of Public rh,; more thn n 2i percent of the duly' or .her for the developmentof Among the 'leudersTof carbonated me close by' saying, the annual clos

.M1 entitled above enjltled court. said cause belnif. ntructlon of O..eeol" County. Florida.fmhsed flUaliflu'd) *!, .r.\nR within 8| oo.&I more material resources. There is ing excercises of our state uniVerfity
as-above act forth. The suit I und adopted the 14th day of Tax School 4. OHQcola. nothing which would beverages are the wholesome and de I and .
the
embraces the Interest of the said Wll-! Mav \ fi. I 1it3 said h..IIIM'Julll"h"d.ln lIam <;. Kenncy: In I.ot 9 of Block 21. ..oln'rton r..olu\ol I ne,t tht .." "I..rlel.I .".".,ii'monl' .-knol'n thntn *\',the future j-Ti-ntnt'SH of this city than these are bottled three Crushea cub boys ar two thing worth the
.according; to the flat of the. sub Nlol ,.1" "II I.. eiji., at I .I.rllof be cull.I f.r.llnK : establishment here of a great favor" of any good Florida citizen.
ten of Klsslmmee. Park Osceola County Iond. "range lemon and lime by the I
H o < lot k a m .. | ,' rundown., Ill I HUIII ji'f ninety flee Tan-American ". In ola.
Florida\ and recorded among the TI V li..u.n. s 1.. Lupfer. Jr. ii nd H.is < $fiou-rt Ou) dollars for the ,..ur1 ,- 'university.) some Cola BottlingWorks..
:. records Plat H.. of Osceola Count)', Florida, In I Vfttis, Atr.sw hu\e 1..., ,ip/ ,ted I 1 Ifoftc. of nrqulrlriK ttuHUin, .nlur""M' Lay it should b secured. Orlando The water .used In preparing the e THEY -BUDDIEST"
ok
1 at page 41 ; and alsu the IIPI..tor" for said fui itinhliiK and Sentinel: I
ot hrIse
,- following' personal' propertyli Iwork llv .1..101. 1m Jim.\ log 'iiinli i I. carefully filtered and purified Frederick
order eif the 'OUIII Hoarel! of huildliiKH aii'l PI'ho.1 K r.unds for tI,.' Funato and Emilie ART-
horses and harness I 2honeswMon Public Instruction of 0"011 Cenjnty. 4fxcluwlUHf* of th*. fir* srhuola CAN HEAT IT? [besides being carbonated. It i is ulnaldo have appointed to ther
:; 1 mowing I machine.; 1 hay rake" : Florida. H A.r. KATSC."halrnian. within the sail Sp l.ull. Tnx H< hoot \u therefore; etidcnt that these ben
1 plow 1 harrow popularsoft West Point
; and 1 lot of tools: and An-
County Hoard of I'ublii In- iJiHtrlrt. and Military Academy.
I farm Implements located on the N'orth- strue'tlutl, 0"011 (ount)', FloildIKK \\MKKKAS.' said r. fiout.i.) | It fur- This thrilling love letter was foundin drill.-- are a-) safe to drink UK it ulnaldo is the Filipino iebet .
west innrter of the NortheaHt basket of Florida Leans ;,1 possible to make tie
guzirt.'rand AL) th< r api>.*arH that bonds. of nalil I"lull 1 : beverage. chieftain who the United
the I'unt 'half of tht Northeasiiuarf Mte-st : C. " i li-C In the sum of 'l'lwuNIII.I "JHaitst Sweet l'e'u-Io carrot From the time that the ingredientsarininixed
F0' :1.1 \ you states
< <'r of the Northwest. NI'I / so much trouble for several
-' Section quarter of Secretary. ( Hoard PI"llr In : C ( $95.000 00)) I ..1. nr. rctiulreil, ell for me ? My heart for in carefully sterilized
twenti-n\e Township twcntxlx 1..1. you.tsiUi vessels until he
\ Mructloii. Osctola Count)'. Florid.i for t lie |"U'I.OM. H list soul <.tl- years was captured in hnmountain
....... South.,' ., Range! .. 29, Kust. of TalluhaH-!! 23-5tc lion a.1 said r...." r"I.. and. furt p hrfl je.ur radish hnir and your turnip until the boHlei are tightly aoaled lair by a very gallant' ant''
'" lIu.n. "" "O'a "olln, ". VI""d,.. .
) \ 's the, eif nose y.eiu are apple of by automatic
You are hereby commanded to be utnlappear rate Interest to I.' i pitlel' th" my eye. maehfery. every I clever piece of strategy on the part
In the above. entitled. >OTIt'K OF APPLICATION Foil TAXVoice theieem and the time when the prlnelpnl Jhc me u If wr (.cantaloupe precaution U take-n inlul" of Funnton
(aui" on General father of
1 i ,
the Sod dnv of Jul '. DIl-Ifl nnel I Ilt..I t ef said bonds weiul lit l l I know pure wholin.n'ne! anti delicious c..n. th
: ) t. U 1921Vlt- I be.i'o iii. It Oil payable. I.tu. malr. KnJY. drnk. young man who has just received
ileac. the llom.i,'al/lu) C o. Andnns ;ni 0. % be u happy. LIMA In the belief that I cadet hil
It Is *
Judge therefaf on this. the 9th lily day nnineas'clerk of F1 Katz lJ..n..f 4 '. ..I" held JM t hi ICth BEAN. -Wt-utht-rfoid, ( .rlll..I. day .
April A. H. I IH23! J. L O\erflr t.UICI'k No loo. .1..1..0 Ih. 7th ..r JUI. .0. D IVV.I:I. I. .. .I..r"ln.- ald. makeig of the fumous crusheuhave warm the
00) wile of
.X. III r eir not thele be I supporter United States
'. I'I I filed .. "h..1 iHSUeel riven
of the abu\ e .urt. 11r. r.rllll..t. II liv sale! the sam to the inpredients in the
. ellnlllct bonds )
Circuit Court Seal!) ni" ,.1.1 hnM made application ""I of 1u"l..i' Philippines, tho
Johnston Jt Oarrett '. for tax ,1..0 to fHHlle. In uieendnnceulth h.iv-live Thousand i furi.nlin( ""I) D*.1. of t.:eir that they great benefits which reognl.lnl haa
. ) law. laiH ns ,prov Ideel In said re .iihliCtuii. have '
Counsel for e.'rtlfli-ate, e for Kheii to of heir, other
Complainant "
20-1ut the. Inx.do .nllr... the '.U'I penees UI..r.l" .. t fort h. in w hlclteleetlem ities. 11)1' 'ual. enjoyed as a result of American oc-
.1.1 property
I unt'd II ......1."r'I..o County Florida .to*- e ICily the duly ituallfl.i e,lecloiH'of cupation. It would not be surprising
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OFTO Speelal ----
'roCKHOI.O.ttlfJI ? snid
I : Tax Se)heiol I I list net should Funston and
t'I\. j wlrSK' ,hit. fire f re* Cost of feed consumed and value cf young youn Ag-
of SK'. of Section' C. Township h.I.I.r. "hnl yotThe uinaldo become
; outh flange 29 Kast. Milel' election Khali be ), at tin Willson milk produced are the two genuine chums ai a
IT
TifF HTOCKHoLUKHS (fi..' TIII : 'i.l.sold land being assess' e] building In. K ,issliimiee. Floiida, In RAINS IN determine the flctol8which result of the somewhat peculiar bona

T1RYA.V" TR.\DINO ( 'OMP\N .Hid 1 to tint. of I Isrita rime of said "",' ..nl.l". snid Dlxtrlet.' find. the. polls Hh.1 opennt dairy pl'ofi.Llen""J ofa between them.-Petersburg Progress
all w hon It may concern Ni rit'i n 'Is* th I n..f Kllsworth: Trust t'ompan. R o'nl loe'k n. ". nnel I the* pe.)) ..h,1 cow. If dairymen pave lore and Index Appeal.
UKUKUT IIIVFN: that on the 2Mli d.i)' lnl, ",'said! certificate shall be reei.eni- .lor it Jun.D.I 1923. at ten o'i'lot'k .A ed .Kiefidlnl ,. law. tax eletd will I IH- l.ui.f'r. Ji und I'.w, lreIpp.lnt..1 KISSIMMEEOCCASIONALLY annual production by Florid
i Some folks
M.. a meeting of Inspectors nt snlel use a duster of soft
I the stock holili rs of sum the-reein on the lltli day of June. ..1 ion. cattle would
the Jan Trading Compui ) will !ho' X. 1 r.1. I l'23. J. Io it iiM'Ith.lir.: I is f Ul ther ordered d that this Older be r imvl above its present cloth ; Home scatter the dust by using
held at the office of the Company III Clerk Clre'ult Court ( e'lectlon i shall I I be puhllshe i .d ejiiceeueh low level of 300 gallons. a feather What do dot
the ofllce! of Johnston Aliarntt, nt 0".1. e'ountv.I I week for f our HU.h.. w "ek* du.tel. you

Kluslmmee. Osceola County. Florida. ( CI..J Court $.nl 11..IIJ.. In Th. KiHHlnlnie'e Vnlle1) en-tte>, a ._ .
This meeting- called pursuant to resolutlon ---- --. Chell sl'.p..r published In Klstelmme. e. .h. '
.I I of the Hoard of .LUreilors ulfiald N4IIKIFOK I'tBLl'I'I'l4g 0".1. eounl)'. 1"lorld.. nnd l Icing a H. HAROLD' IVAIr M P. SIMMONS. D..A. J
ComuMiij. pi.ssed ..t their noetingiit newspaper of ge-lie rill e'cul"t.. pub- Vlcet I're.ldent MORRI80N..f
. May 23rd and Is for the purpose of llreheel ill said Sp. chat Dis Beat
approving the actions of the. I'lre Including the sale of the demand notes Iiepnrtiniil, of the Interior U S' linil' It IH further ordered that the Chairman Honest Oond
,} of the company, and a certain sale of i iff-. ,LI Uilnesvllle. Fin Mj ). anel i't.*,'r"lc)' of the hound ele> Is- I S.'pC'
treasury stock of said company, Increaslnsr 1923 r. <*-U*> tend! publish notlee of auld tileellon Ask Your Neighbor-Ha Knews
: the capital stock, of the company -- MiTIe'R: Is hereby given -In" n a t-m'o relnnee with I thin resolntlein anel THE OLD "GET
chancr'nic' f hiname of the company M.iKKard, ..f KI.llr..... Florl.n.Ih:1 who. rder and the I..,..'" of the State. of LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING."

changing the principal office and on licem limber 31. mis. .. Homestead Floiida. 0. PAINTER
I place of business. Increasing the au Kntrv. X. 01/9. for Lot I. Section Deine. anel orele) reexl tills 14th elny of E FERTILIZER CO. JsclasaTJlk,
J thorised amount of Indebtedness. of 24. To" l"hlp Kange. 3u i-:.. Tal! Ma>'. A. D. I I92S If. M KATZ, Fe.a
II aald company and for the purpose of lahassee Meridian, has tiled notice of Chairman. Hoard i of 1 Public Instruction HARTFORDtakes _ .
transacting such other and further Intuition, to make Thre> ear Proeif. (ISKAl.) e.r Oscee>ln Ceiunt)', Florlela.
I' business us. lila)' comv before, the meet- to ."I.IHh"n to the> obovO A 1."t. C. K: YOWKI-U.
, mw.II d .- Clerk ( l..no Court. Seiieturv. Hoarel .,f Public Inslructlon <

I. This the JSrd day' of May. A. P 1 >%3. Mt KiHShninee. Florida, e>n 'Irrul 61 Ii da)' ..r o ceela ('oull)'. Florida. 2l-6tc( of BASS CONSTRUCTION 1
I, KUK ne (' Hi \ an. President of June., 1923. ---.- -- care COMPANY
, '.I Attest: N 4'. Itran l'Iec': TreasT rlalOant. name'H, ns witnesses: N01I4IOF: A I'I'I.U'ATIU' K4IH T.X
\ i r 24-4t .Mnrt Hunt e>f Kissitnince'l.rida.: Inp
,
It J. Johns, of Florida CONTRACTORS
Klvslmniee. AND
AOTI4: OF K.I.KCTIO: Jessie. MaKk'ard. Klsxlininee. , Floridalllle Notice' Is lleicby, eilvell, Thai II P. you though BUILDER
\\ Nettles, of Klsslmmee. Florida I;..rrr I t. piire'hn.e, r of Tnx e '..rl I Iflcn
No. (iS. dated thn Cth dit). of June. WOOD BRICK STONE
Notice. Is liereby gl-en than an elec %2- .t \,1 H TASCU. D 192. bus. Hied' said! In, A ,
my
.- tion will be held In the Hast Lake AclllK ..tl. and hus mudet c..rlltrat. for STEEL STUCCO

.: chool House Osreola. County. Florida. In the e'ounty Judge's Court, Osceola II eled to 'Issue In nc.-r"Jpl..nU"1 anr. with N. F. BASS ,
t ,; the same being In Hneclal Tax Kchool County., Florida In the matter of the i law Hold certificate embraces the fol. JACK BASS
L ,\ District No. (. otherwise know as the estate of H..nryV.. Con deceased. No- lowing described property sltuati'el 322 Royal Street
It1 k Union Center District, on !,tonujay. June tice of Application for Discharge of Oscejula 4ounly Florlelu, to-wlt 615 Sproule Avenue
LI 26th. A. D. 123. to determine who shall Rxecntor. TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY Lots. IS. 14 and IS Ulock 162. Mt. Carson farmer"The
.I t\\ .erve as school trustee of said die1 (")NCKRN: Notice I I. hereby given by Cloud -_ .
trict for the tw. year. next after the I the a* executor of the Til** said land being assessed nt the -
nd..r.ltned. es
,.." elect Ion.and to further. determine the. 'tate .Corl Deceased thaton elate* of the 'Issuance. of said certificate
tr number of .mills of district school tax the' IIlh day of June. A. I). 1913 the In then name of 0. IC. .. lnle J '

, 1.' 'the to be said ieyldnd, . collected. annually) for unelerslgned will present his final re- aid ".run"t. shall be\\hlt... ... ac-. Insurance Man"CALL Th C"
two ,eare. 'port to the to law, tax PSCDS'ON
I., Sudll'f of the above Court "ordlnr, deed wil Issue
The
following persons are hereby and apply discharge a* Execu- on the 9th day of A. I).
n ppol Ue4 to .serve a* Inspector' tor and tbe release of hi. bondsmen 1923 J. I OVKHHTRKKT.
I, clerk at sold election: Vj. F.: lnnl from further liability on the Kxecutor's Clerk .Circuit Court. licensed'

f' z, H. Smith. C. C. Bass, Inspector; Fred fiend executed by them. Tbl the) Znel osceola County .'Iorld eSMerf Cl $ Dirccter
'Hatwy. <4.rk. day of April A. D. 1911. ((8EA1.) fil
4 -,,D'otidee of the Board of Public In Z-G HIM UP -- A S S
1 I struction, of Osceola AB&RT DIEFENDORF. ;
County Florida, A of I IHr'
,, 1 ; .- l*fl. Henrjr W. Oorl deceased.theestate of Bundles of old ppr ar for sale .-.. :
I "m t-Pi. ''H.M. at the of :
: Kat, ChaJrmcn. JOftNMTON The 1
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', _/1. ._' .' ___ '_" _.,___., ._' .._... ... _" ........_ KISSIMMEE. VALLEY1_ 'CAZtL"rTEFRiDAY__ ,_, JUNE'S_ 923._ _ __' '_ {\
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"SOUTHERN GENERALS'' around 'Lake City and was In Lake t t .i -.- ';\1 "r, r

AND OFFICERS IN county when he received his appoint =:
"
I ment to West, Point in 1888. Afte ,
he' w..- graduated fromfthere!, MaJor- ,EDITORIAL :,
THE RECENT WORLD, WAR"' ,IS PRIZE ESSAY General Summerall saw active'servicein a
\ the Spanish-t\,merican war, in the
----.,.- Philippines!,, and, in Pekln during the 'Ii' '-
.
I Boxer uprising. In 1911 he becam I i ,/ '.
Following is the essay which won United States to have) a regular army a Major and as such he entered the Confidence .
the ll. D. C. prize this year at' the, but wanted them to adopt the "Me- World war but so rapid was his promotion .
Jo'loridaState; Collet for Women;, It' Tille- Plan," which.-provided for the that he' finished it as a Ma
la of particular:, interest to Osceola I American troops to be put," In with Jor-General. General Sumrnerall -
county people because of the tact the old French and English troops. greatest accomplishments are in field Ra
thai it was won by a Kissimmee girl, ''As I their man power was so nearly artillery and it was this work that to t'ue? REAL"FRUE LASTING PROSPERITY COMES ONLY WITH. ..

a graduate of Osecola] High School. exhausted they insisted upon this he was sent as a member of the mil- ewrrw, CONFIDENCE: Confidence in each other; in our. community and
Still,, more interest lies in the fact plan but Pershing flatly refused to 1tary mission to France and England
that the prize the year before was consldel' (h.\plan and as a result con- before the United States declared in our county, '
won by an Osceola High graduatethe 'tributed a ,great factor' to the final war. While in France he' studied the th'ls-chetn.
,sister o finis. years winner. In victory. For he told them that he artillery strategies of the French who The"disgruntled Pessimist has nc place in for the j

the essay contest were competitorsfrom knew America must have an army are considered the best artillerists in Good Times which'may always be ours if we so will.. WAITINGFOR f
nine coUe es. with a national spirit and a national the world. ] .
They were greately surprised -,
I pride if ishe was to throw her fullstrength SOMETHING TO"HAPPEN MEANS NOTHING WILL
-- Last year the winning essay was at his knowledge efficiency,
won: ,by Miss Edith Miller, daughterof military industrial], and and ability, and praised his .work HAPPEN AND BUSINESS STAGNATION PREVAILS. Squeezing 0
II lr. and Mrs. B. C. Miller, s>t Kissimmee i(financial-Into the struggle.] At this highly] He easily learned their tactics lend *
every cent may a feeling of "safety first: but eventually
time the morale
of the Allied armies
with her essay, "The Con ,- no when the United States en- '.
federate Museum it Richmond Its was very low and Pershing knew that j tered the war he was sufficiently!; ]leaves one' with no income nnj a corresponding financial shrink
History, and Aims Her sister Miss he must organize an American Ex- capable to command the artillery;
Dorothy Miller, won the contest this peditionary force that was big and I brigade of the Rainbow Division age.

year with the following essay, entitled i efficient enough to carry on the war i where he won more honor and higher Purchasing what you need and when need it ''puts dollarsin
"Southern Generals and Officers . 'single-handed, if necessary. 'So he (promotions. When he WU 'fighting you
: .in the'Recent. World Wfr/* set ito work' with his -usual -persisten at Cantigny under General Robert I circulation that come back to you in rentals increased prop-

w cy.First Bullard in the Argonne he distinguished erty values and prosperity for all. Employment is the paramount -
The South has produced many he picked out his line of action himself!! sA gallantlyby repulsing -
famous 'men in Americanhistory, in Southern F mace where he had twelve German divisions and necessity" of every community for EMPLOYMENT: MEANS

During the World war many of the good connection with the southern i i i paving-the way for the Americana} to WAGES AND WAGES MEAN PROSPERITY. j'<.t, just pros-
, generals and officers were from the portsof France port of the Mediterranean advance that after five days' of fighting PHIPPS BROTHERS GARAGE
Southern states. Some of these men sea and" good! railroad connections General] Pershing made him jpsm ---.,.- petit for those receivingthese wages but prosperity for those

"Commander-in-chief John Joseph with the English and French mander of the Fifth Army Corps that could negotiate with the French that they in turn, pay them out to. Prosperity for the Banker
Penning of Missouri: General John- I{lines. This line was in such a position I Major-General Summerall wan awarded Government, as well -as with nutral] the Merchant the
son II a good of South Carolina; Major- as to bear the heaviest part ot medals cf honor from England nations.General Hagood did his Property Owner and last and. most important
General Charles P. Summerall the fighting. Next Pershing organ'c- 'France, Belgium] as well as Amerfca work so efficiently that his name was Kissimmee. -AND EVERY ONE OF ITS CITIZENS MAK-
Florida; Corporal AlrlntYork of Ten...,ed his'general-staff feat,which,the T I General Johnson Hagood is the las on the first list of officers which Gen ING UP TIlE CIVIC BODY.
nessee and many others who cannotbe French had declared would take at man we shall discuss in this essay eral Perching sent to the President to
mentioned in so brief an essay as least thirty years to accomplish. His He is a Southern man, "through and be awarded for distinguished service
The purchasing of a hut, a suit, a pair of shoes a loaf of bread
this 'one. AlthoughCorporJ York,'great executive ability; his genius-for through, at the saying is. The family The Allied nations aV is not. commissioned officer<< he 'organisation and hi* rapidity" 'for has been in' South) Carolina 'for greatness and decorated him. No or any other of the innumerable articles which makes up the needsof

should certainly be included in thisessay working were displayed in this because several generations end he is a direct doubt he would have become Major- our personal] living all require the labor of someone in consummating -
as he killed with his rifle a \ in a little over a year -he- had a descendant of Confederate veteranon Gencial] very scon if the war had not
machine gun nest of twenty-four fine general staff working under the beth aides of his. family. He is the ended when it did. the purchase. THEREFORE LET THIS PURCHASE;
Germans and captured single-handed I I strain of the most difficult/ campaignof | third, of his name to reach distinction General John Hagood also! won disc BE MADE IN KISSIMMEE.We .
one hundred thirty-two German soldiers the World war. This Meuse-Ar- I General Hagood was born Orange.. tinction. recognition nnd greater .re
1 and four officers. One of the 'gonne campaign is history'/ justification -{I burg. South Carolina 181$.Jlnd spent spect. if Dosnibk, from the American want to make this an individual matter with every one. of
American GerfeVals" pronounced this J of Pershing's ability ana"accomplishments. his boyhood there. After be was people when he answered Marshall
,r the "greatest single exploit of. the At the same time {graduated from the University of Joftre's speech with this message: : you folks, as it is an individual matter with every one of cur
World -war." I I I Pershing began to organ)7.3) a purchasing South Carolina he entered West "We come to France for no national Business Men. ALL THOSE APPENDED HEREWITH GIVE
It is a great honor to the South I I board. Hitherto each branchof I Point where, like all of his war-like gain. We ex|>oct to divide no spoils
that.the fourth man to hold the rank the army had bought its own supplies predecessor, he won distinction. when We conic to fight for what we l"el'eve EMPLOYMENT TO KISSIMMEE PEOPLE. They wish to give

of commander-in-chief cf American but in this war, all the shjpj'inir! i the United States declared war and is! right- an<..when the victory in ours more employment and vocation to those who desire it and pledge(
armies is Southerner.. John Joseph room had to be utilized: *M ca'efally) ,iPernhing began to organize: his pur'chasing we shall return empty-handed, unless
I'ershing was born in Laclede, Missouri that he knew this old me'thnd would '' board, he. turned it over to it be. perhaps, to take with us 'our themselves, to campaign unceasingly for the laboring conditions
), I860 the eldest .son of several''not work under the prtsert cl''um- I I General Hagoo'l: who became its dead." or our community. All of the Kissimmee Business Men are of
-children.; His father came from Penn stances.. So without any au'hc.ily; president and who lock charge of the,
sylvaniaand his mother Ann Elizabeth from the Government he l"egan hm [ whole service gf supplies which had 444404444 044c + '1' this mind and they ask your support and encouragement.: .
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Thompson; from Blunt county, 'organization of the Service nn J fcjp-i not yet been fully organized, and
Kentucky, no Pershing is not or Confederate plies Board best 'soon made General '.who soon made it into the largest orjpunization !O' THE WATCHER THIS ENCOURAGEMENT CAN BE GRANTED BY A 100r/
veteran descent but Is". a Johnson liagoo'l I president and turned I'' of its kin* in history. He 4 LOYAL PATRONAGE OF THE BUSINESS MEN OF THIS .
Southerner by birth-ond by his moth. the board over to his efficient rf)an- Iliad charge cf the ports, the transportation 4444444eoe44444 <
CITY WHO IN TURN GIVE EMPLOYMENT TO THE PEOPLE
er. He entered West Point in 1882, agement./ So from these feat wi both on land and water, all ,
where he did good--work. After he can easily see what great benefits I the constructions! in Europe, and the I IhOHpltalt Bill Smithers Come To Town OF THE COMMUNITY.. It can be granted by your absolute
he such' contiibuttd in ; the In fact General; Hagmoi Old Bill Smithers morning
was graduated accomplished Pershing : winning < came ono
pledge to employ no labor but what i ill Kissimmee labor
good work in active service that in World war.MajorGeneral. had charge of nil the affairs( of the From his home far down the 'iver; \ performedby
1907 President Roosevelt promoted I I I Kumnurall is. a man A. E. )0'., except the actual fighting! He was riding on a donkey a Kissimmee person.
him to Brigadier-General over eight (whom-the South can bet"lad to claim ; and delivering the goods among: the< That was giay.-anil lame /I"J aged: l "
hundred twenty-two officers in t.he'' and who is of great striking intercut boys in the trenches after the supplies And the pair were surely mated By these acts you will be offering to the working man or womanof
service. When the United States de-1 to all, especially ui rioridianc:, ai had been brought; within the Bill himself was no spring' chicken thi.f the tangible-
city co-operation and whi h they
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support
dared war on Germany' in 1911, | he was bOl'nIt LaW City; ..F'liJII.! war zone. This co-ordination of bujines For his years now numbered oghty. .
Penning was immediately sent to He MI a descendant! of Confederate activities in the American Expedition :- And his whiskers, white and pendant rightfully deserve and which will all contribute to the final result -
England] and France to prepare for j(i veterans and from them no doubt I he Forces. not only made for Could be tucked into his bootleg wo expecting GREATER KISSIMMEE.
American forces which were to be ',r received his fiery fighting blood) which economy for speed for the best While he stcol erect and smiling sire
Kent over as soon as possible. The helped him to do his part in, tlw't '1'utilization 'of available supplies hut Notwithstanding his long living
French and English did not want the I World war. lie spent his l"uyhoj'J lit I I also created a central authority Old Bill surely was no weakling.
lie could fell .a tree as! quickly
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As mont people! who were younger I II BANK OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA
And could win in merry foot race )
From a...man not less than fcrty. COUNTY HARDWARE CO:
He atf lved' n open spaces
STUDEBAKER. M Where the sun shines hot at noonday Deposits InsuredL. Hardware & Furniture
And the stars are bright at midnight. ,
LIGHT-SIX Jp had fed on grits and bear meat :
1 H. Gedge Cashier
Kissimmee
TOURING CARMore With sometimel! a hunk .of bacon. .. .

$95 M PAf1T1 And. h''d !:cratchedhis; buck'for' cam- .,
M t& (fort"'Gainstthe ,4
pine trees cf the forest ,

'I., Ever When since.OH): Bill he could"came remember.Jo KissimmeeOur ..,FRED S. GILBERT The LAKE VIEW INN "

I .: -. most noble Commerce Chamber Rooms and Apartments ;
Asked, him for his honored presence ,
Haberdashery Shoes
While they stored away provisions '
Mrs M. A. Evans
At their celebrated] ) luncheon. i I .
When he came he saw them feeding, Broadway : Kissimmee KissimmeeLYLES
( Saw them slow away the victuals'hat f
their ladies hail provided.
Heard them talking to each other i
Baying much about their trucking, -,
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Telling how the cukes arid berries WENNER SAWYER V. STORY CO.
Made their wallets bulge with money.Then ,
Old Bill got interested, COMPANY ;
Waved his. bony lingers at them Dry Goods Shoes, _

Asked them to explain' the meaning Books, Stationery, Clothing
Of the lit I anKe work they' were using: : I GiftsBroadway;
This new "cuke" thing they were II Broadway : 'KissimmeeFor
raining : Kissimmee
Cars Shake Themselves to "\\'a* it a new kind of forage?

Or a cline for.making sugai ? i
Or pel haps a kin'] of chicken

Pieces Than Ever Wear Out ,That laid?*eggs* while peopli! slumbered I MACII BROTHERS all kinds of

that vibration.. from one-quarter thousandth to one "Nothey told him, kindly gently. GARAGE PRINTINGcome
Charge up .
"It is' truly none of those things,
Vibration causes cars to grow old thousandth of an inch. But> a product. of the vineyard Nash Cars, Hood Tires to the
prematurely by racking their chassis, The Light-Six motor embodies the That our daddies culled cucumbers" KISSIMMEEVALLEY
destroying the "metal life" of vital] most advanced design known to automobile Then Old Bill gazed 1 in amusementSadly Broadway : KissimmeeS.
constme<.ion.. And no chassis at shook his head and wondered GAZETTE
parts loosening up their bodies and low in thunder those. slick truckers
causing squeaks and rattles. Frequent, anypriceisbuilrtomoreexactingstandards Could induce the common peopleTo
and workmanship.The .
repairs are the result. ards of materials invest in home made colic,
from its mechanical excellence Buying "cukes" long, green and
is freer L. HAGERMANThe PHIPPS BROTHERS
The Studebaker Light-Six
the
and its consequent lonjf .re. Light- warty
from vibration than any car of its approximate Six is handsome in design, extremely At, their pI'1ce, six bucks per hamper! GARAGE

size weight produced. comfortable sturdy and we believeThis Long he sat there, stunned bewildered Peoples' Market

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,
has been accomplished largely the most economical car to buy and And he pondered hart!, intensly, First Class WorkGuaranteed ,

by a complete machining! of the crankoperate ever offered at $975 or anywhere Hearing[ not the fire whistle. Kissimmee
shaft and connecting rods on all surfaces near this figure.Its'substantial --- Broadway :

--a practice used by Studebaker all-steel body, one-

exclusively: on cars at this price and piece rain-proof windshield, ten-inch :' : I After Every MealWRKLEYS I

found only on a very few other cars cushions upholstered in genuine . GRAYSTONE HOTEL M. KATZ'S' SONS
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whose selling prices are from three to leather, cowl lamps -these are among 1

ten times as high as the Light-Six. many features) heretofore to be had' .\. Commercial and Dry Goods and Ready- 1

a There are 61 precision operations in only in higher-priced cars. Tourist To-Wear

the manufacture of the crankshaft For 7lyearathenameStudebakerhasalone i
and value. less Mrs. Ben Baird
in stood for integrity quality
40 of which range accuracy Broadway : Kissimmee f-

Power to satisfy the most exacting owner Top off each mealwltb Broadway : Kissimmee

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.' a bit ol
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,." J40DJtL8 AND PRICES-I.o. b. 'auto,i.. sweet In the form !

spacwa1x arosrxI : Come To The STANLEY'S
LJQIIT..a of
,to B.r. 71'II' w. B.,to arc f. VVRIGLEY'S.
I s.r-. 11r JI'. a. as' B.P. 1-,-. nr w.I.
T\-+s uno BLOCK PHARMACY
It RIVERS'
r..sss r.S satisfies the
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1:' J r_ -(...--Ins) .eo..eC.-' 197' ..cs.r......- -> ; 0 . sweet tooth and The Center of Town Phone 41 ;
:i..._ ''M ..... toM aids digestion. ,

reaw a 1r-e your t o.w.nlaaa. Kissimmee : Florida .:
." Pleasure and For Your Trading .. "

I benefit combined. x
S1UIY.EBAKER
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,' wtl.wnru. DAYSON'S HOTEL FLOYDBroadway .

KISSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY f: _5 and CAFE> ,,i, ,' .,' I
i Had FOR Groceries '
KISSIMMEE,I FLORIDA, < !
The Commercial1en's.
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8TUDBBAKBR YEAR CHILDREN i i : KissimmeeI ,j ,
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I PUBLIC CANNOT BE, FOOLED WINTER HAVEN" WINS WANTED. -The 3. R. Watkins Compa- ,.. ""I .. ." .
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'R1SSIHMEE VALLEY GAZETTE --ny-R mploylad) .or. trenU"ma"alf"nl .::! .. .f" rt'1l r.to' .. \ :
REPORTS '
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BY PROPAGANDA - II
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In Klaalmmee. A few other : .i:
LOOSE BALL .. .. ,
A .
GAMELack .
: nearby cities also open.' Watklnaproducts t. .t4 . j 1 < "
f BUBLJSHED BY (Lakeland tar ) are and
TUB KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE! The first re-actioqfrom the recent Of Practice During The Noah our ... ... know"k.everr.where. ..*. ", .
'I lMV.-*tliratnthl.- opportunity. Full 'Don'jt' fail to'see'rthe' j f :
enacted the Florida leg. Shows Both : :
EVERY FRIDAY legislation by .Weather Up'In Teams particular \ and valuable _mpl... ;
': KISS1MMES. KLiOHlDA. islature abolishing, the convict lease As They Get A 5 to 4 Workout: ..vent tree! to hu.tler.'ho mean bual-
W, n. system and the use of the whip, II..H.'rU* today. The 'J, ]t. Wat
R, O. VANs HARRIS.Pre.ldenl AONBW_____.._Sccri-mry comes just as was to be expected, History doesnt,secord that there kina Ponrpnny, Department. 89, Memphis
ALLISON T. FHKNCH. ________.-I dttortJaIIU'HII'TI fromthe' lumber .Companies and the was a batting cage on the Ark. Nobody Tenn. zS.Stx
+ naval stores operators "who can be has invented successful base MISCELLANEOUSIF
,
: )
( HATK9 EoffieSweetHne
One Copy,. One Year__________ __1200One counted on to advance all kinds of running on water skis. The Cowpunchers -

p Copy, Six: Months____________ 1.00 statements with regard loathe alleged haven't got webbed feet. YOU do any kind of farming' InFlo..lda .
,, One COP Three Months_..________ .60 insubordination of convicts 'It will The players on the Winter Haven ball you should read The Farmer. "
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+ nnd Stockman which deal with citrus ..
(Entered ( be a happy day when these private team seem to be built after the same and truck farming- live tock, *r .
met.. I enterprises will be deprived of the use general plans. Ergo, it wasn't'.Iur.. poultry and dairying. Send for free .
\ I of the convicts, January first of next prising that when both teams got out ample copy or 25 cent for three : -"--
All communications except from 'aulhorlsed at the end of the forty month. Yearly subscription. II.00: :
Mt. Ararat
correspondents must be Binned year. They will then be at libertyto on three year 200. Published twice -Electric Slides --7------
by the writer. employ as much free labor as they days they didn't plav gilt edge bal a month. Address The Farmer and. .
Rejected matter will be returned Ifcalled can secure and at a fair wage. The They did get a practice though. Winter Stockman, No. 10 Newnan Street
for State can find food use for all the Haven getting one more practice Jacksonville Florida. 11tfNOTICH :

-- in Florida on the state at crossing the home plate than did
I' ; ... ... prisoners OK APPLICATION FOR
Foreign Advertising "-, r* .t." ] Punchers. TAX
highways. 'State will be under the
| THE ASSOCIATION camps DEED
RES1 I
AMERICAN/! > | at the
strict supervision, both alto conduct' Dame Rumor has it that Roscoe --

FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1923 of and treatment of the men and Roberson and Gordon ButtorflT will be Notion I* Herebyliven.. That Z T.
women doing time, and in those rare in uniform next week.. That. talkative Riles, purchaser of Tax: C'ertlncnte No. ,
cases of insubordination that are old girl also 'says the brand of 11.0. t'd the 6th day of June A. D.
Kissimmee claims tho prettiest likely to occur, a way will be foundto ball next Thursda will be much more 1021,. ha. filed Bald certificate In myoffle ....
girls In Florida. Trot 'em out. We and has made application for taxdeexl :
solve the troublein the meantime to the liking of the fans. It will be to Issue In accordance with law.
want to ask them where they're from. the papers are'likely to be filled especially so if the rains act more Said certificate embrace the followlnodeacrlbed .
-New Orleans Timee-Tcayune. with stories similar to those sent out reasonable and allow another practice !. property situated In Osccola

Don't blame you a bit, old top but from Tallahassee, all of which may or two. Manager Jordan, Allen County NWK' Florida of SVti.,, to-wlt.Section: 6. Township' Merchants and Farmers BankOF

don't think Stil work. They accent be discounted in advance as coming Stockdale and three negroes put a 2C South flange IS .;a..l. Irs beginning -
from prejudiced sources. few wagon loads of sand and perspiration at NE corner, run pout to South
the
second syllable here. on the ball field yesterday line thereof. East 120 yards. North to KISSIMMEE '
North line thereof West to of
"GOOUHREAfolNCr= BANKS TAKE, INTEREST ON morning and made the Mabbetti bt-Klnnlngr. point .
Jacksonville Journal LIBERTY BONDS OF V VETERANS street sands less quick and more-fast.. The land being assessed at the' date '" '
( ) Additional manicuring .contemplated of Issuance of said certificate In thename "A HOME; INSTITUTION"
,
Everyone admits that average intelligence Charges that certain banking institutions for the coming week. Which of J. Alec lironaon. Unless saidcertificate
1 is very low. (Of course, no & shall b" redeemed aecordlnll'to : ;
of this have practiced
country also calls to mind that Perz's
admits injured law, tax deed will Issue thereon on
one belonging to the )
J But in average. I extortion on former soldiers of the hand' is getting! better and everything the 9th day of, July A. 1>. 1922.
) panning ourselves collectively, {i Word war, have caused an investigation looks favorable for a ball game next J. L. OVERSTRKET,
we seem to have been barking up the be Clerk Circuit Court,
to opened by the American Thursday when the Orlando Independents -
wrong tree. For the intelligence of Legion. According to evidence of 26-Ot Osceola County. Florida. .
again.
come
the average American is far higher I in the hands the \eterans'
of
cases The book of judgment for eaterday's -
than _..
of us have dreamed, according
any - ---
I tales organization many soldiers who al- practice shows that interHaven ,
to the
of 10-cent pocketclaeaics"
loted from their war time of $3Q
pay got eight hits and five runs
published by }:. Haldeman-
per month, sums of the purchase of and Kissimniee eight hits and four
.. Julius Girard
.+ in Kan.
t I bonds have lost accrued interest
You've his Liberty runs. Pen gave five tie passes and
seen ads.
'. .. on the bonds which were held struck out nine, while Young, the'
.
Probably you've bought his looks
bv these bunks.' delays Winter Haven pitcher, walked three
For in lens than three he has receive
years the bonds have been by the and struck out nine. The score by
sold 31 million books. And his sale. '
i veterans, interest coupons gone, with innings was':
"i. have mounted steadily until now they the notice that the interest wrsI Winter Haven _
I .011 030 000
j exceed This six will million surprise copies publishers a month.who 'i I I 1 claimed services."by the banks as "charges for Cow-punchers uu. ._ .010 101 10 SOME PLACE TO GO

have belied that the public will not I I I Allegations follow certain instances ERROR MADE INMEMORIAL

J big Luy quantities.anything.except mental junk, in. ,1 I where the banks acting in the capacity HAY REPORT
of trustee during the man's ab
t I We wrote Halilrman-Julius and sencein service, had made the chargefor Editor Gazette:
.
J asked himvhnh books have the big clerk hue, postage, und costs incidental Will you please allow me to correct
I gent sales We imagined that the to handling the allotment, a little mistake in the report of -
I I honor would go to his edition of )HiMaupassant. when it wus understood that theseI the memorial services :May 30, at
Or, surely, if not that Rose Hill cemetery ?
i I charges would be assumed
I us n patriotic -
I i to his Balzac series. Or, niavlie, hit duty. A specific instance,\ in a The five graves decorated by the
I I Oscar Wilde titles A fourth bet was" i' mjd-west state is typical. committee of three ladies of the G.

i, his Sherlock Holmes yarns. His lit i A .I..r.uh"cril"d.. for, a J100 A. H. were not graves! of veterans Drive to Loughman and try our
I of books includes many other woiksof ( as it read ) but of membersof
\Lund/ lit a l branch) bank near the camp, graves
,': I fiction of similar natureHole's and made an allotment of $12.*>0 per the Circle of the Ladies of the G. Ice Cream and Soda Water the best '
his answer: A. R, Gen. O O. Howard Post G. A. ,
I I I month. He paid l off the bond l but was
I "You asked which of our books has unable to obtain it until early this II., with the Ladies Circle, and personal of service and in a cool clean store.
had the widest sale. 'The Trial and year, when it waif received with' accrued friends of the dead soldiers decorated -
Death of Socrates' leads everything I' interest coupons clipped und twenty-seven graves of Union

by far. We sold 175,000 copies of collected uto May 15: I'JZ'l.! : In attempting soldiers] buried at Rose Hill cemetery
s this book during 1922. The second l adjustment the case was Respectfully, We also have your size in the
best seller is ''Psycho-Analysis talon; to American, Legion uuthoiities, :Mrs. F. J. Van Duzer.
Key to Human Behavior,' by Pr Wil- and the man's effort to obtain the Famous Perfection or Finley Tires
liam Experts recommend ;
Felding. The third best seller spraying with
$20 intel est due him came to the attention

is Shakesspeare's 'Hamlet. Fourth, of National Adjutant Lemuel lead arsenate in order to protect cropsof they Cost You Less.

'Life of Abraham Lincoln. 'Fifth,> Holies of the American Legion. cowpeas from the cowpea pod weevil I
9 'Collection of De Maupassant's. Sto I In a letter to Colonel} Frank White, which lives on the flesh of the
ries.: Sixth, 'Lost -Civilization' by United States treasurer, Mr. Holies pods and also lays its eggs therein. .
Charles 'J. Finger. Seventh, collec- sought action by the Treasury department They also feed on the young and ten-
tion of 'Balzac's Stories* Eighth: , in righting' this condition der foliage. i
Mark Twain's 'Jumping Frog.' Ninth, 'and in his letter said: "1 believe i
'A Short History or Evolution.' Tl'nth, you will agree with me' that the :
'A Guide Uf Plato,' by Dr. William i acted in
ing (community assisting th

will Durant..When soon We have now 500.have" 350 titles and I [i the Liberty" government bond question; that the as service agents the o it THE EVERGLADE CYPRESS CO. 1a 1

million a publisher can market six: i performed was one of patriotic coni 1J
copies a month of "highbrow"i tribution to the cause of war; an ,
American tuff like these, titles, it indicates that: I, that as a* matter, of fact, they ougho t dverti
intelligence is nothing tIl dot charge any interest for the '
be ashamed of.Another.thought. But if they do it should LOUGHMAN
be low, and FLORIDA10Carloads '
+ that occurs is thepeople' I not the yield of the bond." e : ;
purchases of the "best" read ; This point was agreed to by Colonel
ing matter have been curtailed, by White and an investigation followedwhich FOR SALEfurnished
high prices. Of course, it doesn't cost within two weeks resulted i in
any more to print gcod stuff than the soldier's receiving a draft for the FOR R.H.Jo-\Iod..rn: 4-room bungalow. ka
junk, but Mr. Haldeman-Julius bath room: R-arafre.i city
seems accrued interest from .
the
bank. Thereare
i .
Iou: 12 bearing citrus trees In-
in advance of all other e I.t
publishers: in many undelivered bonds in th" quire \V J. steed or Box: L5. K..lnt .
connecting with this idea. j hands" of the banks of the country, Cloud 2C-otx:! :
And he
apparently has experimented belonging to ex-service
which
men,
?I with cheap junk, for he writes the KOH. R.U.Jo-Fr..h Jersey cow. itecondulf. l
: Treasury and War .
departments heifer,
"We < K and In tine con
find
that only the very best stuff have been co-operating to deliver. A dltlon. I'rlce aaonable Phone 188 t
will sell readily." This should intt'r1 f careful watch is maintained by treas- J.N. Parker 2<-tfoKoU L

est all other publishers, coming from | ury officials for similar instances of .
I.Jo-'hkk'ns.
the sewing ma-
publisher who is far and away mistieatment of war fighters as it i iJ Mi thlnkltrhcn cabinet 'CuttaK ahead of them in book sales. i believed that there are many other <' c'or".rhu.'h and l 11r\lry. inC

A student of human nature I' cases besides those now in the hands .MuthfHH. 2 -ltx of Buicks10We

,M paid: "It takes us just about ten minut..s once- of American Legion officials. roll HALlPh'nppl.. delivered in plant Klsshnmee.Shaker 110 ahundred d}

to discover the same faults in The man who does all he can is Colony. 81 Cloud. Fla 23-4tx:
others that we cannot discover in ----
ourselves --
ways'the man who tries to do
in a life time. than he aI-I' K >U S\IK-Solid block ut five loin In -. lxlfi
.J. can.YowellDrew Smith Klimlminee, 60 feet ac-h by r
20SH f.-.-l. HnrK ln .for rash Apply .
If Valley Cuiette. .. tfx: ..
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BKCHND HAND OOOP8. bough Hold
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and repaired The Casino.eU a

I FOR 8AI>E. For (tent. Furnished I Wr
Rooms and No Treepaai Card. 10
cent each at The Uaiatte office arH

Co. ___ f.-U I have now in transit 10 Carloads of Buick ,Cars which Dt
FOR RALE-Fine residence property. i I.
Apply at the office of The Valley %

,; I ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE FOR Gazette SALK--flOO Klaalmmee.acres ,Rood pasture J-tf will arrive Monday or Tuesday of next week. In this shipmentof ie

I, land near St Cloud For quick sale Lu
S5.00 per acre Write 8 D. William.
I;I Quality Did i It Wauchula. FlorldaT; ..-tf thirty cars there are thirteen different models. Ge;'

1. . FoR, MALI] las

I ; fiKVTR.M .SI'1K.VIIU small tract of Dal
: land lone to town aome Inside city At the rate
} Buicks
r The limits at prices ranging from $40per are now selling this shipment will 'not m :
,
u Bargain acre to 1100, on easy payment
r plan Come let us show you
10 ACHES nicely Improved: new Lulld.Inifti last long, and we would advise that s
you get in touch with ;
,
) U mile from town Will put our Mr
I Attraction of you In touch with owner and you 20
ran deal direct.
40 ACRES with some Improvement salesman. right away and make your selection. to
-' t\k mile from town to exchange
Central Florida for mull town property. See us fora It 1 1en :
good deal; good land. Worth
$1400.
1 73 ACRES (old Lesley home) on North )'ea:

to, Yowell-Drew Co's Annual Main limits,street 116.000.short Favorable distance. from terrnsl elty! Order now or you may have to wait for another shipment. a:

low rate of Interest
( left
BIX ROOM east front modern home
. ( JUNE CLEARANCE SALEStarting close to court hours aqua re, only $*.-
260 Almost like flndlnc a home. S.M'rs.
t: 1 Buy this and make some quick mon
ey. Owner I I.
'" a non-realdent andn".d. 20 }
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mon..y.SEVERAL
FridayI GOOD atock farm, orangegroves to ,
and truck poultry and dairy
", farm All kind of Florida home M
JUNE and Investment. torShe
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I And continuing through PAINTING-Houaea.andautomobile-a a SHELDON" JOHNSON PHIPPS BROTHERS f r''

f. apeclalty. Beet 111 Main 8t. 2tf -

WANTED.Pruning-, buddlnaor q
Saturday look-
June 16 lag after tltrua irrove P. H. miaa. gOd

.t t1I; Xllmme, Florida. II-4tx Salesman Service,&: Reps.T ::::

Remember the date IF YOU ,410 .aaYe kind of farming
i .
r jI and be Florida :TOO should read The Farmer MeC.lU.

; and r.* Btockman.and truck farmingr. *lire stock-.

Y' i sore and attend this sale event. poultry and dalnrlnaBand for free PHONE
( ample copy or If Milts for, three 171 NJ: ,
; < month*. Tearly 'subscription, ILM
: t three year. .f.0. Published twice; 'r h7 b,
a month. ,Addrea. Tho Farmer and ,. I X a i York'reIa '

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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JUNE. >I. 'U23'J' FlVJ:,sA

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4 _, ., -- -' Mr.: ..Acree-Springs Surprise .SMALL TOWN PESTS CHANCED-.HER.NAME; iii

o "WEATHER REPORT. e 'Bill In Legislature Anent The Curious Guy Is Every'Ready to A negro mammy came into the office .
I
:Hunting Osceola County Intrude a Large Furry Ear into Any of the estate for which she work.
ES 0 Official Bulletin of daily tem. O : Conversation and to outdo Mr. Edison ed, to receive her regular 'As

::4] .. 0 perature ,and precipitations fur* 4 and at Asking Questions. He has the she could not write, she ,always wages.made
Bingo !
Bangt
: oicaZ'lapienzng s 0 nished'by the Kissimmee Cot O Inquisitive Itch and Counts that Day her mark, on the receipt-the usual
Then lightning out of a clear sky
0 Lost when he
operative, S. Weather Bureau.4 Cannot Horn into An.other's X., But on this occasion she made a
It ,struck, and the stunned strikees .
0 Station for the week ending O Private Affairs and Broadcastwhat circle. ,

.. ..'.Thursday, Juno 7: came whence,to.it came.and looked to 'see from, he Find out. < ,' "What's the matter, Linda" the ,.;-

-------------- - .1 .
------------ ---- e House Bill No. 12'071.: A bill entitled man in charge asked. "Why don'tyou
Yea
Date
Verily
Min.
Mu. Prcp. "
at Dupont's 'Cafe;' tf H. P. Suhl drove An Act regulating the open season make a cross as usual
Eat sedan 4
a new Gray
June '
Saturday 2.83 69 3.13. Father "Are
from for ,the hunting of birds and : you saving :your mon "Why, Linda explained earnestly,
I. P. game
Timmonsville, Saturday. O Sunday, June'3_, 82 69 .82 O for a dainy day?" "Ise done
Mis Lottie Lawler is the houseguest game animals in the County of Osce-' ey got, married. :yistidy an'
- of, the J. Wade Tucker family Miss Nell Hogge, of Amerlcus. 0* Monday, June 4.88 70 .39 '0* ola. State of Florida; regulating the I, Son: "Man, it's raining right now" changed mah name." .. '
Tuesday June 5..8 6911
- Georgia, Is, visiting her uncle and hunting running of wild deer' withdoge
0
Good towels lOc, at McCAULEVS., .* aunt. George W., and Miss Eddie 0 Woed'day, June 6.87 ,74 .06.< 0 ; providing a bag limit on wild
Thursday, June 7..91 75 trace
Persons I ICon&ressman turkey and quail providing that the
Miss Katherine Wyckoff left Kls- 0 Readings ,,are. made_at 6:00 p.* carrying of ; in the woods of
simmee Wednesday for her home in W. J. Sears has been 0 m. for the preceding. twenty-four Osceola county a gun between certain dates

Citra. invited to deliver the address at the 0 hours. shall be prima facie evidence of the

haircuts 85c children Elks Memorial jn Tampa on June 14. ALLISON T. FRENCH. violation of the game laws of said l AMERICAN LEGION
Shaves 15c!; ; 0 Co-operative Observer. *

2.r>cj; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf Miss\ Louceile Persons, from Buena . . . ... 000000.000 ment county by; tho providing sheriff of for Osceols the appoint countyof -,

Mies Foda McNeill has returned to Vista, Georgia, is visiting her brother a special deputy whose sole and

Kissimmee for the summer, from. her telle and sister, George W.', and .MUl_E&- VIOLATION. REASON only duty- shall be the enforcementof COUNTRY STORE
school at Palatka. Persons.!' FOR REPEAL OF LAW the fish--and, game laws of OscedaCounty
Florida providing for the
Auto For Hire. ;
Special price on sheeting, muslin. mell. Phone 41. Call C. C. Rum- (DeSoto County News) payment of a salary to said deputy
etc., at McCA ULEY'S.: 26-tf Enemies of the Eighteenth amendment sheriff out of the fine and forfeiture

ha. Mrs. H. S. Bullock, who sufferedthe and the enforcement laws declare fund of Osceola County, Fiol ida: and ...
Miss Clara Tucker returnedtoher fracture of three ,ribs last Friday that violations are evidence that providing, all fines and costs paid by PRIZES, PRICES
home in Kissimmee from Ward when she slipped upon a wet board the laws should be revoked. Since violators of the fish and game laws GJ WAY Every Thursday Night 1.zS '

Belmont at Nashville. and fell, i ia improving rapidly! when has it been American.policy to 1 shall be placed to the credit of the" > CENTS

Flat for W B. repeal laws because criminals violate.them' fine and forfeiture fund of Osceola
Furnished jent. 14-tf Mrs. George W. Persons was calledto 'Such an argument means that i County, Florida; and providing that
Harris, Gazette office. Savannah, Georgia, last week on the laws against murder, rape, theft the violation of any of the provisions "
Miss Hazel Moore of Dunedin is account of her mother's illness. Sheis and all other crimes should be erased )of tljis; Act shall constitute a mis- '.

visiting Jn Kissimmee at the home of reported very much improved at From the statute books simply because 11 demeanor., .
_ Mils Margaret Bfunson. I this date. I they are" defied by criminals. Which was rend the first time bits )'- .

I Every sane man knew when the title.
Dress goods Cc, lOc, and 20c<< per Judge and Mrs. T. :\Murpny: left Eighteenth amendment and the VeIi i 'Mr. Acree moved that the rules bv toU oCl..oe 00 0000000 D U

yard cheape at McCauley's.- .* yesterday for Cincinnati and other steadlaw were enacted that there I waived. plus and so on ad infinitum l'OO r
Ohio and Michigan points. They expect would be violations. Those. laws dealt as per the customary procedure. So I
Frank Bryan returned Saturday to visit in the two states indefi' with a vast nation-wide organizationwhich I says the house journal in its testimony ,
from: Atlanta where he has -been, at. nitely. always and everywhere scorned us to the: goings on upon the i
tending the See II. P. Suhl & Son for new and This organized traffic held sway for having been a Saturday. Then follows .
New Yotk Life Insurance Co., SamL used automobiles. x many years and it controlled vast a long list cf names, stalling i
Lupfer, local representative. Mtfo I with Mr. Speaker Messrs. Aciec. '
C. II. Summers, Jr., h i upending the sums of money. I )
Adams et cetera down to Young. And 'S S.
: Johnson of Lake That liqucr has been the source of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. week in Kinsimmee>, visiting. : Joa .
Wales) are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sears. The two will leave Sunday. moat of the crime decision* pf the the grand total 82, this being. the 1 S

Howard Anderson, in Kissimmee. via,, Ford: lot the R. O. T. Carnp, at courts assert. in the strongest lan- number of yeas. I C-XX-fr 40040044040e'
guage. Tho Supreme Court of the Nays, none ,
Anniston
Shoes are f>0c to $1 cheaper at Mc Alabama _:. United States in Crowley vs. Chris- I So the bill passed title as stated. I

CAULEY'S, and they are all guaranteed Orrick Suhl made a business! tripto tensen ((137 U. S. Rep. 80)), says: And the same wan ordered to be-

to give satismaction. Vero'last week and brought home "The statistics. of every state show certified to the Senate. .
one of the six-wheelers of 111e.new a greater amount of clime and misery 'I I And it came to pass that a somewhat vrIMEAJ
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arnold of KustiH desi n. The cab and l>odv i&; now being attributable to the use of ardent similar entry appealed subsequently -' 44444 *
with their sons, William and Harry put on, and the truck, will on I spirits blamed> at these retail liquor in the senate journal. More
were visiting friends in KiHSimniio l he ready for (1erftonntration.A saloons than to any other source." ever th" Senate having concurl e.J in I
the estimate of the House relative to.
Sunday. ______ - - Again Chief Justice O'leiidge' i of
I it duclothed I
bargain in n ;3-pai-snipei B 'H; !, the merits of the bill, was \ I
.10 refits buys -80 cents worth of with "D" license. See H. P. 5.,;" .< England, ban said : I' ( in proper garb for presentment -
Palm Olive Co. and Colgate's toilet "Ninetenthof all the criminal: to the governor; of Florida. And n
good. at Lyle:V. Story & Co. Mrs I Finny J'o'l': whoa-, !letn that come before the courts are made H certain wise man carried the gli'' ;
:
I
pending the winter in j\it ,iirntt- criminals by the salof.n.! U we could tidings to the county of Oiceola, because :t
Mr and Mrs. R. G.'Mmick and Mrs. visiting her daughter, .Mi-. How.i, ilKctz ,J make England sober, we could shut , forsooth, he had seen Ins duty: F
John Pugh left yesterday: for Kustiswhere left Wednesday for Uivni." up nine-tenths of her prisons." end had done it. Hi

Mr. Minick will attend the New Jersey wiit.i- sot wbl J Ji" t an- The Supreme Court of Indiana in I I But the people of that region in i *44+ cao oH+ .
pharmaceutical' convention. other dauR"hter11'8.: Fret i P Koyt" i Beebes.. State (b'ind. Sup. Ct. 542)), the valley of the Kissimnu-e were exceeding -

Ask for information on the New who spent> the winter i in Ki-irr.mtf; a said: 'I! wroth. Their old man saw

York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup year ago. "Drunkenness produces from four- visions, and then young men dreamed
Alee milk-fed Chickens about
fer. 14-tfc I fifths to nine-tenths of all crime com i' dreams of. departing frUfiils who Frying ,
One hundred 'tudiitare wii'cj mitted. I Ira tendency is to destroy..I would tarry no longer i ip/'the region. I Ii SL Ibs. each Ib 40c .
for the Summer School of the Tampa beheld curtailment of the finances per .
Carl Seabert of the drug departmept the peace, safety and well-being of i They a :
Com Business College to nil: office roi-; I allotted to thf education of Fat Hens lb.
of the erglade Cypress tions. A the people. I Alice Young per 35c
graduating cou fc f" only
in Kissimmee r their /eduction of the
pany yesterday of Loughman on matters, was of business. $50. Write :>*-2ttFlpriJa traffic No; i i.s the not defiance a reason of for an the outlawed repeal pieces young of silverujM by fi should flow into ; Home killed fat Veal, per lb. 2. 0 to 40 c

-- the coffers of bits of parchment
:
Sanitarium i of the law but rather added reason Iwjfeason
The leading life insurance Companyof Orlando l''Icrida.ICdical an ] Hospital. for its complete an enforcement.five (I cntitlirJt the holders thereof to Nice Mutton Kansas City Beef In fact
the world New York Life. See Surgery, the t 'allt8 cf the field and the ,
Maternity; Capacity; 100 patients. years ago the fight was for a I Igl'Cat I pursue
Sam agent. 14-tfc fowls of tbV that In first class
Lupfer everything Is kept
is a
moral it
a. Equipment modern rt Mr. and Mrs. Rull Bass and daughter therspeut'cs.! Unem'filed in lor[ the grandest political ormciple in I labou accustomed to be people clothed in market. Our aim is to please.
Iva Priacilla Bass and Herbert the Southeast. :4-tf! tho world--the principle that all political -
,
of
had
linen
i find become possessed
Wilion and Mrs., were W. C.guests Barber Sundav Narcoos-_of Mr. Justice Gallap-her- -and McnucI fjal- that under power our is vested flag the in citizenship, I I blooded animals with which they were Yours for mutual benefit,

lagher of Kissimmee, and Jwh-i Cecil working through orderly procedure, wont ito follow the fleeting deer. AntI
aee. Outlaw of Saint Cloud, rtturred Saturday must rule.Having. lo, these people were not satisfied Phone 117
See M. Tiller to rent either No. 17 from the shbrt'cburee ft the submitted to evil power until i with the edict which had gone forth. .
South Vernon university at Gainesville. These boys the advocates And ..they journeyed to the whereabouts -
Possiel avenue: or No. 102 a fair victory was won, -
in absence of Judge. Murphy were recipients of scholarships earned : of majority rule do not propose : {;?of the wise man j; and said,
by their work' in County 'AgentWilson's while "Mister, what mUllt' we.do' to ,be saved
from city. to nit supinely by liquor worshipping -
S. L. HAGERMAMYour
Pig Club. enemies of law and order i ? which, being Intel preted means, :

Captain and Iklrs. Clay Johnson'and carry out their purpose to make the "What in thunder" will.,we. do'with our ,.t
,
\
: Mrs. George Steffee have gone.to Miami School trustees James M. Johnston American people not rulers' but ,victims dorgs?", : -

to attend the wedding of Miss J. Overstreet, and.( Fred Gilbert. ,;, not citizens, but subjects. And he opened hmouth\ and Aeat"Van"
Lilly Rose Dann, grand-daughter of with Professors YowelJ and Shaver, taught them saying, "Blessed are ye ,
the Johnsons.The and Chairman II. M. Katz of the Fordson tractor production for the when men shall revile thee. Behold,
107 KiMimnei TWO STORES 408 W. Charch St. Drlad
:: school board, made a trip to Ocoee, week ending Tuesday was 2,578. I the goat before you. I did it with Broadway, ,

best invelltment'you can makeIs Wednesday, visiting school huiltlmi] ,-- _ _ --- mv little hatchet. I introduced the
a New York Life Policy. Better 'en route, with a view to learning the Sympathetic Pl'rllca-liello! What's 'bill. I did so because I thought it

than a savings account See 14-tfc Sam .best possible plans for Kissimmct: the matter, little boy Are you lost?" would be a good bill for Oitceola, as ,_ --1 S
-
I killed -
Lupferv school buildings. Little Boy-"Yes, I am. I mights well as for the Seminoles.
I -- known better'n to come out withcran'ma cock robb'n." .*. ***' ** ****** ****'. "' *O**
Mrs. J. W. Prentis has been visit Tandy Prior of the Everglade their homes n
manager And they returned to
.
She's losin
ing relatives in Kissimmee and Saint Cypress Company's store at ; always sum- And certain of them went forth with

Cloud since the graduation of her IjOufrhman, waIL tran iu tinp{ b.innt' tln.-Fullel. Bustler. scrolls upon which were written petitions -
-- -
daughter Miss Muriel Prentis, from in Kissimmee> yesterday. Throughthis ; He--At first Alice would not tell to his excvlency the governor L .v & 01 I

the ,Florida State College for Women. issue of The Gr.rette Mr. 1'iiar me whether she loved me or not. I beseeching him that he would turn Lyles Story Co.

50 cent bottle of Palm Olive shampoo invites Kissimmee people, when out She--And did .you finally succeed thumbs down to the edict. And cor
Colgate Talc for a drive to visit the ice' cream in making her tell you ? 'tain others went before the magistrates .
and cent
30 can ,
at the company store> where He Yes out and besought them to join
parlors I finally squeezed it ,
for 50 Lyles V. .
both
powder ( Story excellent service nnd of her...--I-akeland Peicolutor. with one accord in slaying the edict. .
& Company. -_ courteous treatment. "- --- And these also despatched a missive.

Miss Anne Shockley is chaperoninga Approximately 3,000 automobiles ove rthe wires to the mansion where .
number of Kissimmee girls this TilE TAMPA BUSINESS COLLEGE were struck by trains at grade crossings the great man lived. SAUBOr

week at Alligator Lake. In the patty Summer School from June till during 1922, killing some 2,000\ And after many days the time drew
Misses Athalia Griffin Ruth October, gives complete court.es in persons and disfiguring about 3.000 nigh when the edict should go into ef-
are and Christine bookkeeping, shorthand telegraphy; others. The driver' of each of these ,fect. That day being today, the mulItitudea -
Ina Phay,
Herzberg, and typewriting. A course is only cars figured he could beat> the engineto I await devoutly hoping that

Denning. $50. Come. to Tampa now. .the crossing. I he will not wash his hands of the .
; 26-2tc ----- -- -
The best investment you can makeis matter. '

a New York Life Policy. Better John Roberts-driver- for thKi 1 ..- NOTICEAll I 'AID ERS-TIIIlEE: BUNGALOW APRONS AT
Sam BIO L'S
than account. See TilE
a savings 14-tfc simmee Ice Company, was pr.infully; persons are warned that nobody -
Lupfer. bruised Saturday afternoon when he has a right to connect with my
struck automobile driven water New York Avenue, St "Lime, Legumes and Livestock are
pipe
was by an
E. S. Bullock, who is attending the the three big L'sln farming." Such is
by F. E. Woodward. Mr. Robertswas Cloud. 98c and $1.48
Georgia Tech, Atlanta returned home the declaration of a Tennessee farmerspeaking
just emerging from behind the 25-2tx MARION W. PECKHAM.
vacation. Mr.
last Saturday for his of conditions in his slat?.
ice truck when Mr. Woodward's
car
is taking the co-operative but little than two-thirds of
Bullock WOODY ARD MOVEDI a. more
passed. Both the accident was
course in engineering and has one say what he said is applicable to Florida
unavoidable. No bones broken.
more year there. were have moved my woodyard from legumes and livestock should have a These are Real Values

A good businesswoman is needed 516 Brack street to 121 Main street, place on every farm in this state.
Saturday and Monday specials at in branch of nearly busi- where I am still prepared to furnish This Tennessee farmer, in clinching
Mrs. Woodbeck's Hat Shop About ness.every you, must apply yourself every if you my customers with 120 veneer blocks his statement about the legumes' and Sale of Bed Spreads for Double Beds. We havea

20 hats, ranging price from $3.50to .* would occupy the place you expect to 15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch I livestock of his three big L s, goes on few Ripplette Spreads in white -' white with
$7.00, to, go at $2.98. win and a course in this school will blocks, $2.95. Split for stove-wood, to say:
... give the practical experience you guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for "Legumes feed the soil and build blue stripe white with gold stripe, white with red
Miss Muriel Prentis, one of the seven need.you Special summer rates for three $3.35; 12-inch for '$3.15. Get your I and' maintain soil fertility. Every sale at
Klulmmee'girls.' to graduate this months course. Kissimmee School of winter's supply now. All delivered. farnt that brings in a profit at the end stripe-on
year from the State College for Commerce. 26-ltx Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12-tf of every normal year grows one or
Women,'> basr accepted, a :'position as more legumes.
dietician in a New York hospital and Secretary U. J. Burrows, of the TRAINING COURSE FOR NURSESThe I Livestock helps to maintain sol $2.48 EachWorth

left Saturday night for that city. I Chamber of Commerce with Mrs.Burrows Orange General Hospital offersa fertility and at the name time bring

at .., left Tuesday ni,, jt for Eust' of for Nurses. cash returns when there are no cropsto
and specials 3 course training -
Saturday Monday About to atten i the iVjrth or.iual, 'on- year Young ladies between of 18 market: A study of any community $3.75
Mrs. Woodbeck's Hat Shop. vention of the Florida State Commercial ages will : show that the farmers who are
hats in price from $3.60 and :39 years. College students or
20 ranging
Secretaries Association on Wed- I getting ahead and staying ahead are
School
to $7.00, to go at $2.98. nesday and Thursday. Yeitarday High graduates preferred.We the/-ones who keep some kind of live-
have an up-to-date 100 bed hospital I -
week Colvin B. Brown, chief of the organization stock. Did you ever think of that?"
Mrs. Helen Perdew left last daily average of 35 to 75 patients. READ THIS
service bureau of the Chamberof I Livestock markets may be discouraging
for several months' visit to Atlanta. Our Surgeons and Physiciansare
She stopped over in Jacksonville to Commerce of the United States, of the best, and all classes are now but a careful review of his-
that in the long 50 Cent Bottle of Palm Olive Shampoo and 30 Cent
run
visit her aunt,14ra. Joseph Smith, conducted a, school of instruction for thoroughly given. New class begins tery convinces one ;

founded: the;Elisabeth! Edgar Home secretaries* rat* !'the convention.-* *\* L June first. ( the farm which raises has livestock the happiest is the Can of Colgate's Talc Powder, both for, 50 Cents;

for working :tins_in, that city. i Bert Wells T ,,aBM a B forme resident,, of We have a New Nurie Home. whichwe most occupants.dependable And legumes and come within -.f< M

W. lIanc l. standard grades of Kissimmee, graduated front the Georgia All appreciate applications;.and should enjoy ,be,er made'. much.to the same category.

goods PeppereJL sheeting; Star Brand Tech Atlanta,:aasiweekhavtngeomyleted ; Directors of Nura .iJran&'e General Cod
shoes JloUproof. .hosiery,bTopklat underwear a four' years Orlando ** "NEBER RIDE ON DEM THINGS Lyles V. Story & :< >f
and. the ae lower at'' institution. He ws the,winner of.a Hospital!: Florid/.dowse....y ! '
MCCAULEY'8.! .' .iio.t,,p"'ce.....,. ,.r e' tecxmd prize in.atx essay.contest which .OO.. 0000000600000 OOO.t. "No, ash, ah doe n't'nebe ride on IS .
& in New York. He'wa.-'a FOR SALE;..S.iffineirBroadwmy-i* dent things," said an old colored wont'sn ,.. !f1
member
Miss Elisabeth MoseUy and. Miss i of the,Delta Epsilon Phi l and property. Blouse .on. Jot, 61110, *, I6o'dag'be' em'the raerry-go-round.
Myrtilla F. Beals expect to leave' also a member of the band daring his containing .igh 'fronts sleep- *, "Why:::. .;other day I4ei,i
Sunday for the'north.' They will goby whole ",term, holding the-position of inSrpor-\ $. Johnson git' on an ride as much as acJoUah'lr .r\ c '
boat from .Jacksonville New i Captain the last year. Mr. ,Walla,has fruit anfi'ieo' i'rg'oot .. adf 0O worth and git frff.at,theveryajnaeplacehe TKISSiMMEE. FLORIDA. .. 'r.". :n},
rta'the laboravtorits.ro 4 ton'atard"I.s; :srt< t':" y y tin 'r .
York! where Miss 'MOeeley will obit i iec.rH *:-fm4 petition "'1".4ROGau 9.-11.1'- + J ; i. }IiI' -, ,l'C.. .
relatives. .MIsa.BeaU will 'go to bet / a fertilizer companyiat" Nir '4 510' himstua." .. )"o\f'P. '( a"moa.yJj If : '
BPOAdWIIV"Wm : '
horn. 4i -'_, ,III*< *- vtii'mJA i tor.We..yJnlpl'ja.'JQJOJ. :; ;., ,_D Ftt+ u w ar.!7OU"NeD.2 : v44d,1'y, : : :
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) 'm . KISSIMIEE VALLEY' fiAZETTR.' _' "JAY.y'/!!, 8.,.1923. .--_ ._ __ __._ w --_. ..-- .... --------..-.-..._. _.._.. o ],
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j 9 ?l lJV : e FORAGE' AND PASTURE 4U.O ... OO.. .._. I" ... U..tO to o' . . to .-. f

: to .' CROPS "'OR.TIIE SUMMER ,
L JUNE BUGS ON PROGRAM. BEST FARMS I '
WrW !
'. 4II In 'summer the thoughtful farmer 'NTrO, POUND=

; makes plans for hay and summer pas. ,
ture crops.JFJorda: | naturally adapted /.
to the growing of a number of vale . -.+

liable crops suitable for these purp a-
.
,
I es: it into the head I of' all our friends. that we've '
: To enrich the soil and to futnlshiced (Wi

high in protein, beg garwe d and got the best line of ,Oil Cooking Stoves, in
cowpeas are unsurpassed for plantingat

this season, says Profeesor W. E Florida. We handle four different kinds
'/ Stokes, of 'ut(! Florida. Experiment. ,

If,, i., Station.Sow beggarweed seed 10 to 12 J all excellent, and each one a leader in its::;

I' pounds to the.acre, if hulled, or 15 to class. We court investigation and are
anxious :;
20 pounds to the acre if unhulled. One

: i or more cuttings "of hay equal in feeding : to demonstrate the working of of '
I.\.' ) values to the best alfalfa may be any
I had from this crop if cut when about
stoves.
,. .. . half through blooming. Where not desired our ,
: for hay thin crop makes excel 'us'
Let show
\ I.' lent summer grazing. you.SOMETHING .

i Cowpeas or cowpeas and sorghum

-. are unexcelled for summer pasture NEW .AND GOOD
fJ1F crops for Florida. Sowing the peas in

.:, rows as close as can be conveniently
We selling the MOTHEX GARMENT
are
\ worked, or broadcasting alone or, in
1 combination with sorghum, are satisfactory : -
methods of planting. / STORAGE BAG. It is an Air-tight, Moth-
(
The amount of seed varies with) the
i individual farmer and the method proof; Dust-proof, Damp-proof cedarized bag

) used. Two .to three pecks of seed to
,
.,. the acre when planted in rows is sat that protects your clothing from ipsect ene

t :'j combination isfactory. When with broadcasting sorghum, four and to in mies. Big'enough to put an overcoat in or

six of and from 25 40
I;. pounds pecks of sorghum peas is ample. to lots of smaller duds. And best best of all

Either. Brabham or Iron' cowpeas '
. \ with Amber sorghum will give good they are not expensive. "

results. These varieties of cowpeasare .
t.:' more or .less disease resistant. See them. .

Amber sorghum is fine-stemmed-**

is ready to be cut about the same; it, 4
; 1 time an the peas. Where not desiredfor

hay these crops make excellent

summer pasture. HARDWARE CO.FirstClass
L! J' For soiling, that is cutting and .

feeding green or for silage there is

__ n. ___ ___ ___ __ _ __ probably no crop that can be planted
I at this season that will do better than 400 oo..o.o.oooooo.oooo..to..ooooooo.oo..oo..o.oo. .. S a
I Proceedings Of The 270.30.. Mr": Wilson' asked' the boardto -I time charged Mr, Ashton to be guided sorghum. Although it is bI'.tto. .
advise him what. disposition to ( strictly by the instructions as given.I have sorghum up and pant its slow ,I
'
U l' County Commissioners make of the balance in this fund. The I The condition of the grade across : growing stage before summer rains ,

Loard instructed Mr. Wilson to de. |]East Lake was reported to the board let in, it may be planted as late as Job Work OuriSpecialty r a
r: '; .. The Board of County Commissioner posit the said amount to the credit of 'as being very bad. Thereupon, Commissioner June. $ I

t tr.;> I in and for Osceola County Florida the revenue fund.C. H. O. Partin was instructed Seed drilled in four-foot Tows cul-

!; I met in regular: session at 10 a. m. W. Bruns reported that some to see that necessary repairs were tivated as you would corn and cut as -- -
r June 4, 1923 there being,; present E. weeks ago three of his negro ]laborerswere I made. I the seetiheadH reach maturity gives I v..
\. j''' L. I). Overstreet Chairman J. M. sentenced to pay a fine of $50 SANFORD an excellent soiling crop or makes a FLORIDA'S, POSSIBILITIES I tiAS YEARS': CITIM'S SHIPMENT ,
.. I Harwell, H. O. Partin A. F. Bass R. and costs of the court and in additionto (1RL \\: 8STATE' COXTFST silage: about equal, pound for pound BKKHEEIMNtt; STATK j I MORE THAN=" 100000 CARLOADS( LI'
\ 1 Lanier. Johnston and Garrett, attorneys ESSAY to corn illtJ pifor either milk beef - -,
V. this a jail sentence of three monthswas or DECLARED I' : \LEDJ ,
,
i'' I for the board and J. L. Ovt'rI imposed, which jail sentence wa First "the Florida mh productoin. Eit' 1 Tampa, June 4.-The combined cit ,
-
.; I street, clerk. now being( served ; that cash of-'the school students place among entered[ in the National I For maximum yields the large lutematuring : Florida's climate 'another lUll shipments of Florida, for the tie,
f 1 The board called to order its men had u family without | i been 'varieties; such a', ReJ Top I awes | j I 19-'J-2.'i! :!:! : season, and Cahfi'ini.i, for its
... was by \ any support | Good Roads' contest, ban point this time the state being pointer I j j 01
'/r or Sumac and JHJ-J:! season, will, for the first time, ,
Japanese j
l' (chairman and the minutes of May ; that he had made arran".ml'nbwith won by Addle Muller "f 'tteen, attending Orange H"n'l to as having( unlimitej honey-pro
.' l/' meeting were read and approved.W. Mr. Hill of Narcoossee to allow they Sanford High Sih.iol ey; will. be found satisfactory. II |during poxsibi'ities.! Because of tin j paws' the 11)0,000 carload mark according -

E. Smith_ appeared before .the each family $3 worth of groceries( per ;Mtss Muller's( essay will' h.. entered CREOSOTE ""'ECTI\--: : I IIN | climate and rainfall, flowering plant.. I 1 flee( here to records of the Florida compiled Citrus at the Exchange. of 1"HI

; t' board and reported that J. E. Krause week making a total of $12 per i i in the national contest in competitionwith I : MosQt'iTO (CONTROL' )I grow( in abundance; and" because of The HIm
,. J had closed the road running fromRunnymede mcnth, or $:'Jt? for each family for en- the hest essay from l't'h _>f the the climate, the bee is nfile to thrive previous highest crop I lit

i' hotel to lake that if it tire period which would make a total (Other states for the $4000 H. S. .Fireatone At this time when so many Florid through an unusually Ion if' working. I \production Viwhen:!\ by the two states was in .t,,
road it should be opened amount of $108. Mr. Brtins statedthat I they shipped a total of
: public which
was a University scholarship communities are engaged in the fight season, is the way bee pxpcitH: have !itfl.OOO th
cars
as it was a very important road to the as he was also paying the finesand I provides for tuition and all reasonable -( against mosquitoes it ill InurestingI summed up the matter.In Thus
motion of A. F. 'Rpps", coat in the to far this season the two state
public. Upon case amounting for
to
expenses a four-years' course wha. advances and discoveries
I speaking of the possibilities I of have maikete) total of agaud
seconded by H. O. Partin and carried, morn than $150 he felt the county a 78,000 earn
t' at any college, or university chosen ire being made by those societies ,
running a small apiary us aside line of fruit. Of this almost
42OOO ,
Pat Johnston attorney for the should the bill of $108. ', amount -
as pay grocery by the successful candidate.. Ail the studying and of
ways means mosquito in the citrus Frank
grove, Stirling, carloads have been from
board was instructed to take the mat- Upon motion of A. F. Bass JlecondL..Jby shipped
r essays were written on the subject control. The State Board of Health of the State Plant Board
of Florida Florida while California has
ter up with Mr. Krause and ascertainif II. O. Partin and (carried the "The Influence of Highway Transport I announces what will probably be anew said shipped
recently to of citrus about ox
had to close said road. board to the add a group 36,000 cars.
he a right agreed grant request Upon the Religious Life of My Community means cf control a simple means otIIh
growers: The total California forthe
'E. Vogler, from the county homo the clerk was instructed to draw a movement '
and practically every high for application especially in temporary ,
"Beekeeping in Florida
presented a letter from J.' A. Albrit- warrant for said amount. offersgreater season, including oranges, lemons
in the
school
state representedin lumber
and
was. in
camps villages negro -
opportunities than in almost and grapefruit it is estimated will ou
ton to the chairman of the board,,
C. F. Johnson reported that St. the contest. Each high school had settlements. This method '
new other
state for here the weather orl
any amount to 61,390 Florida's citrus
which was read in open board. The Cloud was raising a fund tor public the privilege of Bending in the i best entails the use of creosote and was is mild. Bees can be wintered here movement will cars. 44 ranscl,
aid letter invites the chairman to park in St. Cloud that as the citizens three from which the winnerin discovered of approximate ,-
essays by an agent the United out of doors in the single-walled hives 000 bringing the combined
visit the home and see how it was conducted cars shipments -
of St. Cloud had already raised a the state contest was chosen. States public health service operating with splendid results. The orangeblossoms of the two states for the
season -
large sum of the amount necessary The contest was conducted in Florida in Mississippi which in lacfo
,.. L. Fleming appeared before the for the proposition, he thought the by the Highway Education Board, Public Health Reports for March ahead almost appear other your' groves up to approximately 105,390 can.
flower Of the
any are 61,390 California I ismarketing
board and that he had been car crop
reported
board might, donate $200 to the fund of which John J. Tigert UnitedStates' 9, states as follows: wonderful stimulant for broodrearing thith
furnishing groceries to a negro by the this year 10,150 cars are ,
from fund of The is
1923. commissioner of "These observations
publicity
education indicate that
,,4 and for storing a honey surplus. of I lemons, while the 61-
' name of Pork Chop, that this man matter' was passed without action.W. chairman, and the General Extension creosote oil, when applied to the'wallsand I "Given location 240 remaining 1:
reasonably good cars'are of and
had been feeding the county prisoners I. Barber asked the board to Florida.In ceilings' grapefruit oranges
Divisiop of the University of certain houses in the in the orange section, with modern Fl rlda'. will '.Y'
and had failed to pay for the grocerles allow him t() purchase some new furniture announcing, the winners, B. C. Rt- quantity of one gallon to 420 square beehives, and colonies of Italian bees be divided 44,000 car crop ,
and thought, under the circumstances for his office to the amount of ley, director of the General Extenrjon feet, will noticeably repel anoph lIno of proper strength and number the'orange and approximately 25,000 ('araor4mees ,
.
the board of commis' 19,000 cara grapefruit.A
county about $100. The board instructed Mr.; Divisionsaid": The essays entered in mosquitoes. The duration of its ef. as a beekeeper stands led
, sioners should pay the grocery bill Barber to make purchase.' the state contest this bet fectiveness is be grower
: to determined.
The board advised Mr. Fleming tha year, were yet upon a higher and safer footing than pound of He to 40 gallon of ,
The board took'reeess until 1:30 ter than they were last and competition Observations made of certain of the
p. -
year he could under almost other cir ere
they had nothing to do with the trans any water is a cheep and effective disinfectant -
creosoted houses
was much keener. The succes ten weeks after the do
action, that it was. a matter to be set m.The cumstances. to use in the hog, or the hen
board re-convened at 1:30 ful contestants are be creosote had been
: p. certainly to applied seem to indicate 'Of course his results will dep..ndupon house.
tied between he L. R.
and ,
Farmer grI
m. a full board being preens congratulated( and the winner should that the creosote oil was still his management. If he studies I
i
;. Sheriff. Wm. I. Barber, tax assessor of Os.e stand high in the national contest.In effective."It his bees and learns their h.bts ----- In
and
for bused
Bids trucks.
two one ton to "eola county presented his tax books the Florida contest second place appears that ciecsote oil has
as a
traits they will compensate him for 666 quickly relieves Consti-
the for construction of
; by board, for the year A. D. 1923 to the board went to Norman Chamberlain, of Mi'ami mosquito repellent is particularly app his time and efforts 1 1cm
most
Konerouhlv.
'f, follows roads etc. were opened and read asp for equalization. High ;School Miami Beach;' third plicable to and desirable for use in Then at the same time they will afford pation, Biliousness, Head-

'. : The board of county commissionershaving ,, place to George Kerr Armes, Jr., of houses of poor construction, where him abundant opportunity to aches Colds and
Bid of M. C. for Ford Lagrfppe.
two ,
f. Autrcy, given notice according to law i l Lon High School Tallahassee; fourth screening,; and other unti-mosquito gain first-hand knowledge' of
one byf0
1-ton with bodies and
trucks I'
complete of their intention to sit as an equalization place, to Richard N. Merrill Jr., of measures cannot !be effectively em- of the most interesting revelations
b'- set of tools '
+
$1000. #1 .
board at this time proceeded :Minmi High School Miami. ployed. ca
has
nature to disclose
to mankind.
';. Bid of M. C. Autrey, for two Ford with their duties and after having The judges were: Professor Thai les "Apparently colored) people who Mr. Stirling advises the tat

:,; 1-ton Bid trucks of Sam without G. bodies for$922.24. carefully examined and compared all I( A. Robertson, assistant professor ofI commonly live in houses of this typein keeper ta write to the State prospectivebee Plant jinl1
Ragsdale.
Ford 1-ton trucks with bod-two valuations on-it-al and personal! propj'j English ; Dr. Joseph A. Fulk professor the southern states do not object to Board at Gainesville, or the United ,'
complete
erty as fixed by the tax .assessor of education; Dr. James Madison the application of creosote oil in the State Department of tbe
Agriculture
at
y iI's'and set of tools, $974. 'the year 1923: on the original and'1' Chapman, professor of public speaking quantities employed: in these observa Washington and ask for bulletins ill .. I
.0.': Mr. Cayson, representative of Mr. both copies, and having found and i ; and! Miss Ella Allison and Miss. tions. Unquestionably it m less objectionable regard to this industry.WEEKLY fun
Autrcy, Ford dealer of Kissimmee
I determined' that each was an exact Pansy Manchester, of the General than the smudges of rags, maw '
;; being,; present assured the board thatif of the original both descriptions : leather ahd feathers
copy as to Extension Division of the University so universallyused CITRUS REVIEW a;!
Mr. Autrey sold trucks to the coun- and valuations and there these of
of< Florida. by people to keep the mosquitoes ----
'tyhe would give the county advan- bein gno complaints! registered by away while they secure a few Florida Citrus Exchange or

tage of ninety days service. The any tax payer in person or otherwise I The cow or horse can be kept free hours sleep."Apparently. Tampa June 4.-Florida citrus age
board after having discussed all bids of the valuations as fixed by the as- 'from horse flies for a day if given the employment of shipments showed a considerable decrease the

received by them and taking into consideration sessor, and the board of county commissioners 'U good spraying with 'a mixture of: creosote oil in the quantity and manner the past week but -440 cars lie
the fact that Mr. Autrey ( being satisfied that all laundry soap 1 pound; water, 4 gallons indicated above is perfectly safe. going forward as compared to Hll s ("
would give free service for ninety valuations were equal Commissioner ] : crude petroleum gallon; powdered No III effects were noted upon any of cars the preceding week, says George The "Thiratie" Three- fed,

days determined that he, had made J. M. Hansel! made a motion that naptha lime 4 ounces/ those who slept in the rooms subse- A. Scott general sales manager of Ward'. "Crushes con,
the best bid. Thereupon Commissioner such valuations be approved and that : ouent to the application, of creosote the Florida; Citrus Exchange in his mer
A. F. Bass made a motion that the books be accepted without any oil. weekly review. The grapefruit move Orange, Lemon and Lime P'dcsi

the bid of M<-. Autrey to sell the coun- changes. Motion was seconded by 1 1 "One observation seems to, indicate ment totalled 289 cars and the orange all
ty two 1-ton Ford trucks with, bcd- Commissioner A. F. Bass and car- I that creosote may be used to prevent movement 151 cars. flavors good and alt pro

motion ies, set of tools be accepted. The ried.E. .. Aa dSUSE mosquitoes from laying eggs in wat- "Grapefruit prices have shown no fine for thirst. When Hche
was seconded by Commissioner L. Green asked the board to er barrels." improvement this past week" (continues Let
: II, O. Partin and carried. The low him $150 payment on the 8 aI-I The State Board of Health offers Mr. Scott's interview. "Slight thirsty drink mis

clerk was then instructed to draw boards which he hag been erecting the above as a means which may be ly diminished supplies have permit nun
warrant for the sum of $)1000 to Mr. the county lines. Upon motion of I employed to advantage ted a better movement
J. SANITARY by a numberof at some( points! pro
,1: Autrey in payment of the trucks. M. Hansel) seconded by II. O. Partin I DAiRyCo: communities. It is cheap and but the heavy receipt of wily north n Ys by I

The the following bills were presentedto and carries, the request was grantedand \ MILK & ICE CREAM doubtless is effective. ern fruits which are gelling at com- app,
( board for approval: J. W. the clerk instructed to draw a I paratively low prices continues to be com
Thompson for burial of two paupers, warrant for such amount. WilY WORRY a strong deterrent factor. UrangeGUISE- T

$40; Peoples Bank of Saint Cloud, Lewis Johns came before the board Aby was called by his banker who "California has about completed its Lea
tntters6; on time warrant. $23.31; and asked I informed him that his
them to allow him to open account wasoverdrawn navel movement and is now shipping meter
W H. Kempfer, for lumber delivered the Ia"sj 1 three hundred
I right-of-way between Bull and dollars. heavy quantities of Valencia at prices (
.to Wolf Creek. $119.40; Mrs. M. Tyson creeks for the sum of $50 per I Says Abe to the b.nker-"And how ranging from $3 to $4 per box stain
Brookshire care Clarence Thompson and after much did I have thirty days ?" ,
acre some discussion A. F. I ago delivered. Florida valencias of good It'
$15; Miss Jessie D. Kleinman, for Bass made The banker after looking records
a motion that he be allowed up quality are still bringing preferred veteinve
costs J. P. Court $12.83; Trustees to open one mile at the price Man replied that he had six hundred dol prices, though their movement is
,, ., 8. R. and B. districa No. 1,. for payment per acre mentioned. Motion was seconded lars to his credit at that time. somewhat handicapped by the heavy for Thirst, alto pro
1 h R of Bonds and interest thereon, by H. O. Partin. Commissioners I "Well," replied Aby "I didn't call shipments of the cheaperC.litornia Lemon-CnadJ-Lime.Cnuh .
,r $7,261.88; trustees S.R.and district Bass, Partin and Phillips voting : you up, did IT" stock. No trouble Is anticipated in vati
.. o No. 3, commissions ATTENTION.FATHERS
i I $125.85. Upon for and Hansel! voting against the marketing the remainder of the Florida post
.; motion of A. F. Bass seconded by II. request. Motion wan. carried and Mr. "Jim, I see that your mule has U. at hon<
orange existing prices.
y O. Partin end carried the clerk was Johns instructed to proceed with the S. branded on his right hind leg. I crop Ward'a"Cruahea"ow their 8m;)'
instructed to draw a warrant In he
pay work. was an Army mule and tlon
ment of each of the above bills. The clerk presented and read suppose to Uncle Sam ?" "No suh- distinctly and delightful dam

I Notary Bond of M. I. Dow, with of act of the legislature regarding copy Sanitary dat U. S. don't mean nothln' 'bout flavors to the aaninu fruit '
the American Surety Company of care of convicts Dairy milk is Uncle Samuel. Dat's jess a warnin'. ,
-- t within the state. Also Dill of lemons and plaacC
New York, as surety was examined copy of letter from W. A. McRae. the milk for your folks.It Dat U. S.'n jess stand fo' Un S.fe- oranges, :
and tones. To these have .been ,
approved. at'a aIL"--St.
will
I commissioner of agriculture, which, benefit your baby. Augustine Record.MENTHOLA1TJM mitt
+1 ,"' Sheriff L"; R Fanner presented a was explicit as to the manner of conducting Your wife and children ---- -.- --- i added paN "De sugar care
bill
(. for burial. expenses of Harold 4 convict and to the citrus trait vlnJrei f,
camps as will like it and_it will be JuJca..u.'*.
Kempfer.; deputy sheriff who .
was kind of punishment to be administered .
,
killed by a negro, in the sum of $818, a copy of which way delivered to- good for you.AN1TARYDAIRYt. certified food color, ;fault J' Part

and asked them to consider the pay.Blent G. W. Ashton. county warden. for his Stearns1 Electric Paste add and carbonated: Water: i led t t

.of the bill, stating that he did guidance. The board at the same adlin feet ? ,.. ......... ..! *. i-rU.... 1.Asla:
I not leave sufficient money to pay cost III e, rtirI1"
i I 'i; of- burial: The matter passed to theJuly .r + :o i.baa4waeret S COCA-COLA" ., p01'ruNG' ; <.on 1 II
: meeting: for action. 666 cures Malaria Chills p :er.,4 Uieis = WORKS:: t
,\ and w ira < ::.Sdso any OfftrtrttHirtTras- ,: 4Klsaimre. t x '
}, L. H. Wilson tiled. hit report of reeeipta.from Fever our9/jllkm4vL' .......... '
Hi ) crop* grown on county "" Dengue or Bilious ; ......,..U..-..... *. .. Fl.rd4'"_ (.,-0' = 'a'ae:

'f ; bona .lhowing:, total net receipt of, ever.t destroys the germs ..... ...a. !&.*. boa (twl ,.- ..i; .".'t:. . '> )e
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t'1.r .. ;Passing through Philadelphia: the No Gu ss-W orkHer i e'' .
other day, I stopped to watch a l'irl
going through, her gymnastic exerclies .. y
for the amusement of some little -' ---
Most folks know that getting eggs ;
children with whom he was playlnPresently [.
.. t a countryman. who was, I . depends, largely 'upon the hen's feed- .
should judge, on his first visit to- a
Yet with is .
feeding
people
large town, came up, and after gal: many guess
L'M ing compassionately at her for -llome ,work Their hen's lay part of the
o.eu a ti "I = time asked a little boy if the- ....r1 time and usuaUy"'board' when eggs ?
'
had fits ,.. .
I -
1J:1li, : : "No" grinned the boy, '"them1! are most profitable.
gymnastics." .- .
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p---
i. "Ah I How very said" said. the old ., Afore Back' .
man. "How long has she had 'em I" Egg* or Money

-by Ungrateful Cur The guarantee-behind Purina Hen

Bilkins "I shot my dog last'night" Chow and Chicken Chowder eliminates:
Tern'GiJkieon Smythe: "Was he madT" an These Chows have all
Bilkins: "Well he wasn't very well guess-work.
t pleased." the elements that make eggs. That's

AUTOCAITI., why they arc offered on'a money-back
"Now, Helen, there is no excuse,
yr Said Mrs. City Dweller; guarantee.
"Right now, put down for winter ule "
"sou HAvewr VOK M Some! fresh eggs' in the cellar Aa*for theFLORIDA CA.cA6oGnI
AMgOME ALL / .
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"T""V t ItOp1"(. I Ii Satisfaction Guaranteed.HAIK ,. HAS
id t WORK A SPECIALTY. I
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UBi. <*4 Stale .. .

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'\ : I JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW

rtlwhilGnP uMinrcl''%?'

Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Ban!
I
- Building.'
. . 1..1 baseball KISSIMilEK. FLORIDA
!AMERICAN I I + bath-
NOTES I I I FEED STORES
| made for
Milton Pledger Kllia V. DaIs
I ,
Outlined be held
egion'a Program
tional Executiva .. (1 which the PLEDGER & DAVIS

Disabled ex-service men southern I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 306 BroadwayTELEPHONE
Mterans of the World war ,
reeve the support of the I State Bank BuildingKIS8IM11EE.

1 legion in a sweeping program I I FLORIDA US YOUR NEEDSCall
ed at the recent meeting of I
tional executive committee of +
rrana' organization held in I high,
I( '
olis. No. 218TWO.ONEEICHT
Up
The Legion will conduct ;, I : PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERJESSIE I
paign to obtain changes in the I ends, D. KLEINMANJUSTICE ( )
Hill which, according to a !'I( \ of some
mitted to the committee, I OF PEACE
lief for only 1,000 disabled I I
stead of caring for 15,000 'I 1 a peek HANDLES ALl. CLAIMS -------
the Legion; had expected. I in the ,.

against Defining intolerance the organizations and "! !'| i I to bed DR. R. J. DENNING .
Gazette "Want Ads" Do the Work
judice the following' ,' head, DENTIST
adopted: to be .
"The American Legion, in I,'I Over the Postofflce.
executive session, wishes the : I' I Herald irriCE HOURS: I to n.so. 1:10: t. i
of beloved to Residence Phone 174-
our country 1!
she must consider aa : I Office Phone 151' r

our organization nation any which individual condemns' I : I! .B t

rade That because all of instruction creed or i> in litf. : KUim., i I P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW t tI 00Enron ,- .

schools shall be given in the' I

language, except the actual w'r. is I OFFICES I t IfrD1;
foreign tongues was the I Wiater Park Florida 1 a
i the meeting1', which voted to colds, grip -
I
gress te enact le..tlon. ,, I ; "
I federal control over. the I ; .oo..oo o..o.o..o.
I system of the states to that' ,disorder .
I Other legislativemeasures TURNER MARBLE A GRANITE .
*
I the Legion governing body' : rem COMPANY < .
I led the organiation to. support I I. -TAMP .P"r
'
I Adjusted compensation for I MONUMENTS .
I erani. declared to be certain of > .
I tion by a safe margin. in the 1'I !, 218 '* M. J. Crowder Agent, Kissimmee 7
I gress. say: "I .
R Creation of a standing. I Pills for .... .0.0.0..0.000.00..0000OOOOOOOO.O..O.OOO..O.oOO.
VL, in..the house of ," ..... I on my \
handle only veteran legislation.m brought .
Retirement privileges fcr I At : :
emergency army officers.\ I my M. TILLER NOW
Enactment. a universal My kid a
by which the president, in the 'I secre Real Estate Agency
of war, would be empowered I always i ""' i
capital labor, industry and these at FIRE LIFE, AND ACCIDENTINSURANCE -
tation as well as man power. '. Drug Starts "Vbulbmird the Ownership of A
K Authorization of an archives me of the + INDEMNITY' BONDS. e

,- I I the ing war.Investigation in which. to preserve I I in good ... ....... . . .. .. . ...

of the dl I I I -
I funds approximating $ / I '
I maininjr in the treasuries of I S. B: AULTMAN
with i
I war relief organizations
I of obtaining the unexpended I I {
I or an association of and in a short time you will have a car of
I agencies with the Legion in : *. your own. Then all "out-of-doors" will be
I that the can be used .
I lief work money among ex-service REAL ESTATEand yours to enjoy with your family. \

I I federal Congressional and state and prisons state to Think of the comfort, the pleasure an4

I conditions among ex-prisoners happiness which will be yours. :;
| mentally abnormal as a result FIRE INSURANCE
I Preparations of a history. !) ., Buy your car under the terms. of the .
all
I designed to remove
and prejudice --
[ propaganda '
| school children, was delegated ,J.9".IaI .
Legion's National Americanism 11 Darlington Avenue .t

mission. One volume, written -.- .- -- - - --
number of historians of d 7 )
prominence, 1 is ready for .
I by legion, committee which : ( CITY
of ; l
appointed by Alvin Owsley, *
For little $5 select the Ford
commander. ; as as you can \/.
The National Civil Service : of you want and place your order at once.We

members League was for its scored opposition_ by to MEATJARKETjFresh will put this money in a local bank for you *

teretof ex-service men. .; -at interest. Each week you add a little

stated that out of 63,000 ; Meat and more. This also draws inter st. Soon your .::t
in government work, only .
"' plus the interest earned makes If
veterans.. A special payments, ,
investigate the situation and ". VegetablesPhone the your own., Comein? Let us give 5 -

protest Desecreation to the government.cf the remains a'! -' you full particulars about this new plant] .
..
vate George Dilboy, 44
;
post-humous congressional # \- 1 s .
honor, by Turk in their \ *
Smyrna was the subject of a M. C. AUTREY, Dealer :
tion which asked the United PLUMBING
demand<< that the Turkish OSSIMMEE- -. *' << #f. :: ,
s
.
"
.
'pay proper respect to the last ;, SHOP TheM Banks are De r ,, "z 4
place ,of the American soldier. <. !iet j IS," .:: It"' I II # t "f"1 j 1'<* f S ,m'J.I',1If..J': : .... ::. 3
.
Concre' wu asked.br the 1 H ill ,. -1 A' "FORD-WEEKLY :. ::

i care mitten?of to stranded make appropriation and needy %tNothtn&'oo'1' I' ,\,} J it\i : J -t ;I.- PCRCUAS&"PLANPAU1 f 4 4Bank #Y ! ;W':;: 4

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f Griffin, Amy Angie and Dot Makin- AUDITORIUM FILLED .
son; Mcsdame Lee, Stanley ana
: : SOCIETY'S REALM ] Joiner came in M tea guests., FOR SCIIOOL SERMON ,, '" i ; t { i

BUSINESS WOMEN'S Dr. W II. rer.ch Preaches The

'. SWIMMING PARTYThe .Commencement Sermon And All
..
} BRIDGE WITH Business and professional; Churches .Join In Service
MRS. KATZ ,Women's Club a 'ujoy
gave very bje
One of the loveliest social 'events picnic Wednesday night at Lakeside The high school auditorium' was
of the week was, the bradgo.party giv- Park., After a dip In the lake, a most packed last/ Sunday morning ,by a
c-n Friday afternoon by Mrs. Howard delicious supper, with plenty of 'fried congregation composed of the. membership BETTER 6 6i
Katz at her homeon Clyde avenue in chicken and watermelon was enjoyed of all the churches and other '
J compliment to her mother, Mrs!, Fanny by the members, of this congenial friends o. the senior class: The occasion II
Powell, who was leaving in a few club. Those- attending this picnicwere was the commencement! sermon tl
days for New Jersey. A color scheme Mesdames Bryan Hilton Steed, arid all the churches had joinedIn
I of pink and green was carried out !Sanderson Woodbeck, Gardner, Dix a union service. Minister of tho
t '. with candles and pink Radiance rose? on. Boyer; and Misses! Pherlgo, Oliver different churched' occupied nests on .. -
artistically arranged throughout the ,,, Holzman Mess,. Wenner and the platform and participated in the 't.!II .
spacious rooms where the guests as.mmhlnd'thore Sawyer. exercises, while the sermon was delivered L
hemp eight tables of by Dr. W. II. Drench, pastor
i I card players. Bridge was enjoyed 1 M. J. CROWDER AND of the First Presbyterian churchand ,
throughout the afternoon, and the MRS WESTFALL MARRIED] professor of psychology; at Rollins '
y., first prize, a half dozen linen dinnernapkins M J. Crowder! and Mrs. J'e"t- College 'isS :
J .1 was presented to Mrs. Roy fall were married Wednesday afternoon The high school glee club sans; IN AMERICt. :A
SUrbird, and the second prize, another at the offices of Judge '1'. L. Mendelssohn's "But the Lord Ii Mind-
I set of dinner napkins, went to Comer. The judge performed the ful of His-o'riand; Arthur Bullock
:Mrs.: II. s. Geiger. Mrs. Powell the ceremony, in the ,presence! of :Mr.: end tendered Ave Maria on the cornet.
I I guest of honor, was presented with,I !Mrs.\ Clyde Nelson, FonInI.and : Dr. Drcsch) chose ns his subject, E
I. a framed. picture of _'her grand l chit.I daughter of the /groom. : "The Glorified Towel." He- gave an
\0 t -wren, vie two Katz boys, EJUJUJIUKthi ; eloquent word picture of Jesus, laying; '- -
I delightful affair were Mesdames .1. O. O. F. WILL) INITIATE I aside his garments, and taking the.
Davis, Burrows W. J. Steed, Edgar \ TONIGHT % 1 1Jnitiat'ory towel and pouring* water. into the -
Katz Geiger, Farmer' Nelson Mak- basin! and washing lys disciples' feet, 00 to a 00 0 ....O' HOOOUU.+OO..O..ot 00 ft. 0 to 0 ...
inson, ''Boice, Piano, Minick., Prather, dcgrewill l>e conferredIn lie also
thereby doingactual work.
Osceola..Lodge No. 74, 1. O. O. F., : .
Dale, Woodbeck, Gardner Dixon, Bryan : -
told how God worked and all the
Garrett, Carson, Alexander, Alderman of. Kissimmee!\ tonight, and every
natural laws .worked, to make thisuniverse
brother of the three link is
Cadel, Angas Bullock, But- gang urged -
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a habitable place for us/, tolive
--- -- Marion ttent'f -l< dffevH Ie-('njoying
Starbird
lorffTCoblet; Carson,
done '
in. That the who hud
& Ingram;' Pugh, and "Misses Bay Amy and; great"5T conferring. prosperity degrees and bust I .each hadwork" : great things in the men wqrld had achieved To help' in the Better Homes;'you need Paint and Varnishes, to i
Angie and Dot Makinson, Bullock : them by work.: .
> Norma Griffln.\ Those coining in as convention for some time ..
&J.er stated that while he
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tea guests were Mesdames Willa approver shine Home inside and outside.
of I some play recieatiqn, your
RECEPTION FOR THECHRISTIAN I ;) as
Steed, Sears, W. B. Makinson Walker M
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he deplored the fact that
I Brunscn, Sin eltary, Sanderson MINISTERThe \ I young people now did not know BO many how i|

Stanford Lee, and McKay. home of Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay I to work That in school they; may | *

I GARDNER RECITALA Stanford will be the scene of ,a reception I have learned 1 aot'reat/ dal: about To help) in Better Lawns, you need Flowers and Green
splendid recital wax given hy a tonight for Rev. Allen J. Mil mathematics, or history of scienevwhich ( haLi
number of music( pupils) of Mrs. ler. The occasion will! also include a I was very pleasing to the teachers -
) George Gardner; of this city at the ; farewell party by the 'church and! the but what the teachers desired For Flowers, you need Garden Tools, Hose, Hose Sprin
Palm theater, at Saint Cloud, Monday Christian Endeavor jointly for Miss most, waR for them to know how to ITsi
.-& Mar' Winn and Mrs. Wjnn. work and put all this learning intoeffect I,
evening The stage of the theaterwas I i -
prettily decorated with palms' nn..IXESW01IES'S.. ; and stick to the work they had i, Seed, Etc.
-and ferns. The young people) takmv l : CI.rB I intended! to pui.sue. Hemade a final i
\ part in the program showed their excellent MEETS NEXT WEEK i appeal to the das to 'Jio out in the! I|' '. : 4S-1ifr' .t:
.
I I'' training in technique and I The regular June meeting of the world, and do something to make the '
poise, and all qualified themselves I Kisximmee Business and Professional i world better, and mankind happier.GOOD I For a Green Lawn you need a Eclipse Lawn Mower. i
j with greatest credit. Following is Women's Club will take place next (
) the program rendered: Poet and Peasant Tuesday evening. The place for the COWS. PLENTY GOOD
"t (Suppe), Evadne Harris .and meeting has not yet been decided upon FEED) AND CLIMATE SPELL: ttV
r f Mrs. J. 1). Chunn The Milkman but the SUCCESS FOR HAlin MEN ,
: members will be notifiedas LET US HELP YOU IN YOUR
----- BETTER HOMES
'. ( Czerny) Thelma Mayes; Playful to the location before Tuesday.
c W'an'letlO. ((Kern) Jesna Godwin; About t three essentials are' givenfor
r. I Little Curley Head, ( Holcomlx'| )Lena; MORE !MILK CONSUMED; success in the dairy business hv I Io tilE< :
Davis and Vclma Mayes,; The Family I I SMALL TOWNS IN LEAD {a man who has himself made a sue-
cess as a dairjman. He that
says on
Pet, Evelyn Piano; (fa) Arion, (b), I
V'aise, (Chopin ). Evadne Harris : The people of the United State, are i most Florida dairy farms only one or
.:, I March of the Cadets, <(< Foster) Louis; using more milk and cream than they | two of these are lacking., ; In fact, fl"8' fr<><- 1 Guessaz; Breath! of the Fields, I I did 10 years ago. Statistics complied every farm in this state has beengiver ,
f ) by the United States department I one of the three essentials hy
( Spauling), (Geraldine Johnson and
Jcsna Godwin ; Beautiful Miami of agriculture show that seven- ;, nature, and that one is climate I ... .
Waltz. ( Christ), Velma Mayes The I i tenths of a pint is the average! dailyconsumption The other two are: an abundance ofgood |I
i Sailor ; for'l' 1' lnan woman ,( nutritious, easily digested, pal- j .
,
Boy's Dream (/Lc: Hache)I. To
t )1)Bt'lon.. Schutt D.I land child in the countrv. whereas a ntable, succulent feed: and Brood! cows. '.
< ( ), Mrs. J.
Chunn At The Forest i decade ago the consumption wasix. lamenting the fact that"th.., eve 1
del ) Lena; la\i: Springtime Spring Dance( Sey-j, | tenths of a pint daily. This is all ;ajp i Florida dairy cow fives Icstha'i. W. B. MAKINSON <
( Marker), GeraUhne: Johnson: The'! increase of 17 percent. Tiese| figures one gallcn of milk a day the year I' t
) I are based only upon milk and round John :M. Scott, of the Florida ,
-I cream consumed as such and d.I not Experiment Station, I he ,
stop The Briar I ) says agreeswith
; Rose (Saitoria), Under i
include any that enters into the dairyman who I the
manufIctUI'M name
Sunny Skies ( Preston ), Frances <
i I products.The above three essentials that he
adding
Conn Barcarole, Nevin !
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'hunn nnd Evadne Harris. j| results are based upon figures believes that these essentials need 1 to NEAR THE DEPOT
-- 1 I obtained from health departments of be coupled only with good management | ,
4? .L' MRS PUGH ENTERTAINS :.150\; cities in all parts of the country. in order to insure a substantial i 1 ,
WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB having a combined population of more income to the dairyman anywhere in Q "
The attractive home of Mrs. John than ;32,000,000. Florida.
Pugh on Main street was the scene The lowest consumption, 0.47 of a Professor Scott says further in discussing f
Tuesday afternoon of a charming social pint is in the east south central the three essentials "Florid\ I -
) courtesy when she ,entertained at states and highest, O.89 of a pint, in has the climate a clr.nate unexcelled. - -- I ---- ,
bridge in honor of the members of New England. The lowest consumption Then there is no reason why Florida small: farmer or cattle l owner. And .
I the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge/ in general i is found in the Southern cannot produce an abundance of all j successful small men means a permanently
Club and several invited ?uesta. Cut; states, but it must'be kept in the feed necessary to maintain successful industry. With
c flowers consisting; of daisies petunias mind that many family cows are kept enough cows to produce four times ''a successful dairy industry! Florida TRAVELERS i '
'< .and -roses were used as decorations, in this section and milk from these the milk consumed within the state. 'pod cows-or the third essential-. !
i and! the bridijtf games proved unusu- animals was- not-tlaken into consideration . The best of pasture grasses will grow will come And stay," I"ORJlEILLY NEWSY iN1a'' f
,t ally interesting to the of here' the round. For soiling I
players, year '
DINING ,
. t'..which j there were six tables, ., The The large cities use more milk per crops!, Napier, Sudan, Merker, John. PROHIBITION A PREVENTIVE: OF ROOM NOW
F- ?prize'/or' high score i among:the club capita than those .having less than ton and Para grasses, and > sorghum .. ACCIDENTS
.
REASONABLE
)rk k *' .members a lovely hand embroidered 60,000 population,"with tho-exceptionof and'cowpeas are at the top. For silage HATES
1 t luncheon set,' was awarded to Mrs. those having less than "S.OOO people, corn, sorghum, Japanese cane (Lakeland Star-Telegram) .". K. EoMON.oNl' ..........*, :
Harry_ Dale,. while the high score which group has the largest/ consump sweet potatoes and Napier grass take A striking example of whether PHONE 221 : t t l' t .
tion
prize for the guests, an exquisite wall of nil the city- crronno."This . _,u_. high rank t hibition is a necessity or not, pro-was
vase, war awarded to Mrs. R. G. Min "All else that is needed, then, are !
fellow Skinner forcibly brought out in the recent
tried
to tell
,;.. ick. .Delicious refreshments of sal me that he has had the the cows. And these are coming. Re- sentencing of a Philadelphia banker,
I ad,. cottage cheese sandwiches, and for five years and has same automobile ports are frequently received of new I twlif admittedly under the influence \
cake were served. The guest list, besides cent for never paida and purebred dairy rattle's being of liquor, ran down and killed three
repairs
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on it, said
= th. members of the / the Fat brought into the state. The I '
club, included Man. organ- I while '
"Do driving
believe persons a highpowerd -
you it ?
"I do!
Mesdames Gardner, Woodbeck, replyed the Thin Man ization of milk producers into creamery | automobile, and after the accident
Davis, Brunson, Carson, Wilson, Powell man who did his repair sadly work 1'11the for associations, through which cooperation :(] left the victims dying in the atrN.twithout I ,6Jyarr'E< :
arid Minick; and Misses Norma Mm."-St. Augustine! Record. comes into its own, means stopping to administer aid or I
more instances of Bathing
-- success with the express repenteme for his' terut-le
J JI .
-- -- deed.I An all kind Providence, however I
decreed t.hatluch wanton murder I

!_I111111111111111111111111111111 nlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll/Jl/lIIl1l/ / l1l11l1l1l1l1l1l1l1l1l11l1l1l1l11l11l1 lIIlIlIlIlIIlIIlI L: perpetrator should not was go captured unpunished four and blocks the : ,

-- ._,...a away after his machine had crashed t
I = into'a telephone) pole and the evidence ade rh ,
== :-:::::;:=I of the killing/ was brought out .. ,
= : through a baronet of one of the- slain
=-== == women found imbedded in the radiator l:
== == of the can -Henry'Gr-Broek, the
-- = man who perpetrated the Jt'ed. entered -
t- A plea of guilty to second degree
-aa
i murder admitting! that he Was 'tender
aE the influence of liquor at the time of
== The Bank With ASK YOUR BANKER the accident, and was sentenced to '
serve from six to ten years in solitary t
= the ===2 confinement. BUT HOW ABOUT! !
= E3-t THE MAN WHO FURNISHED THE T 4
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I
= Ability :_ A. .... U -- =_ Bernard BANKER T. WITH Law THE who) ,.entertained LIQUOR? .4 <

= and Brock'for'.the. evening:,, testified< the man drank .be bottle of *Ie at
= Willingness' $2,000,000,000 were taken by stock swin- I his' Home and'that the Phlladejphian' I ,
was intoxicated when he left foil: Philadelphia
;yet Law was note evencriti
,
[: to Serve dlerar Not one dollar would have been lost cised, when, under the testimony(
f E : I brought out, he should have been heldas
a + an accessory .before the fact, as
if investors had first asked their bankers. he admitted when Brock left his!home ;
DEPOSITS INSUREDBank I he was intoxicated and whether or
not Law furnished '
the man with the
Men\ are saved by faith in the next world liquor he knew Brock was in no con. ,
5 E ES ES Ef dittos to drive a car. :
= ) There are Brocks and
many
Y and by want of it in this. "Ask your Bank- ;. 1 Laws all over the'country and as many lone
'i e::::: as people wink at, prohibition and ,
,i Y ; e::: I ==F' folks keep their cellars loaded with

"" er before you Buy" keeps many men from_ e::::: I intoxfcAnt for the benefit of themselves .
=: and their friends, fust so long t
{ ( will .innocent bystanders be run down
= being beggars.i x: along the highways cf the country
M :, ==:I and the demon crazed driver may HAVE you seen that pure wool
1 = c:::::
pay, but the one who furnishes the
liquor invariably goes free. ,

Were it not, however, for prohibi Bathing Suit? r rrr
tion, and the open ...JO'e still
: in vogue; in all probability i
i ll of ... papers would be.filled'with the the'daily mur.. Y 1


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and those, whether they favoriprohibiUoivor ... r" ar..t.tM .", ... .

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