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 22, 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: VID01121
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
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CHANCE TO ATTENDCOLLEGESNew FOR_ 'TWO GREATEST BARGAIN WEK IN. HISTORY Of ."PLAN OFPEPPERSTHISFALL LARGE, ACREAGE





Law ( Scholarship. Growers Met Tu.esdayVith
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At, Tallahassee: And One KISSIMMEE PLANNED: LOCAL MERCHANTS Discussion Of Plans For

At State "University I This Season's Crops

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Two high I - - Peppers scam to be running a neck
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Osceola county will be given scholar- I nnd neck race with strawberries fur
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hips ttt the tate colleges. One will LEGION AUXILIARY Dollar Week Will Be Inaugurated BIG FOURTHONTAP popularity, among ''tho growers of
),e given to a girl and will enable her Osceola county judging by th. mootIng .

to attend Women tho at Tallaha Florida se-e State; while Collegefor the ORGANIZED FRIDAYMrs. Saturday June 30 and Contin- 1 AT ALLIGATOR LAKE the vicinity Tuesday of night Kissimmee of growers a>*d Saint from

other will send a boy to the State University Cloud Tho l latter city fa fu'l-of' pep
'at Gainesville. These are I on the subject and another b'.g; growers .
some of the provisions of a law passedby Howard Katz Is The ued Through the Following !Popular Bathing Beach Will meeting was held at tile Chamberof
the recent legislature, copies of Commerce in Saint Cloud last
received this week President And Full Quota Celebrate Holiday With
which have been night which was attended by County
by' Supt. Yowell. Of Officers ElectedThe Saturday Night July 7 Lots of AmusementsAlligator I Agent Leo Wilson and a number of
The scholarships will bo awarded KIBllim mae growers
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students who intend to make I The three hour session
to those Maklnson-Carson unit of the Lake bids fair to get the was devotedto
teaching their occupation. and shall Woman's Auxiliary of the- American bulk of the crowd from Kissimmee a discussion 'of marketing problems -
be awarded upon competitive examin' Legion is now an established fact. who will spend the day away from for the coming season,"* outlined .
ation.. Information from Gainesv.lle; The charter hasn't come yet but the DOLLAR BILL WILL STRETCH FARTHER FROM home., This popular beach has grownin elsewhere in this ls $$8.to the effect that this law applies necessary preliminaries have been t favor this under the present Gazette and to study the proper fertilization .
year I
JUNE :30 TO JULY 7 THAN
SINCE THE WAR
ulco to the agricultural courses leading finished and ,it is on the way. Ten management laid is already familiar: spraying, and 'seed' bod prep-,
to a degree of Bachelor vf Science of the charter members met at the to a large number of people who' have aration. Strawberries, peppers eggplant
in Agricultural Education from which Makinson bungalow temporary legion sampled its wares. Now comes and some fall .ukea were
courses arc chosen the SmithHughesteachers. headquarters last Friday after- Local Merchants are Making Preparations for a RecordS Fourth of July and with it a full shown' to be contemplated by Osceola

w The new law follows: noon and talked business and ate Business as They Lop Off Prices in Order to Make program of amusements and fire county growers and the county agent ,
Be It Enacted By The Legislature sherbet and] cake provided by the works. gave much valuable advice. ,'j
Of The State of Florida hostesses Mesdames H. N. Makinson I a Dollar's Worth of All Kinds! of Merchandisethe There will be dancing both after One of the things stressed was the Jr
Section 1. That annually every and J. N. Bryan. noon and evening with a jazz bandto advisability even though the-.zieeeasi- '
cojnty of thl. State be allowed one I Mrs. Howard M. Katz was elected Biggest Seen by Present GenerationOne furnish the syncopated inspiration.There ty does not at the time show up of ,.
t-colarship fort men at the University president of the Makinson-Carson will be bathing two new bath spraying. Fall crops are more susceptible
of Florida and one scholarship for unit. Mrs. H. Nelson Makinson vice- houses having been erected and to fungous and Insect depre J

women at tho Florida State Collegefur president Miss Lucy Buckets, secretary week. more and then-!!!' what's the use? It will buy some- complete equipment available. Picnic datlons than are those of spring andit
Women. These,scholarships shall Mrs. J. Nathan Bryan treasurer grounds furnish free tables for' eating was brought home to the' growers' k
be awarded only to such residents of and Mrs. Carson }Farmer his Saturday morning June 30,' when thing for anybody, _or everybody of lunch, and stoves for cooking will be that continuous spraying from seed .>
the several counties as intend to torlan. the merchants of Klssimmee thrpw anything, or anywhere. If that leaves supplied free to those "who want to beds up was a good way of locking
make teaching! in this state their oc- Plans were discussed for the year, open their doors the Dollar Week anything! out it will buy that too. make a camp of it and cook a meal. the barn before the horse wan rtolen.
upation upon competitive exam. among which was the question of I which is destined to make history Next week's issue of The Gazette The large new pier is equipped with Mr. Wilson also 'strongly advocated J L I
mations taken pursuant to the provisions club house furnishings. The immediate electric disinfection of seeds. I
lights high and
will be in full swing. And the little will 'contain lot of advertisement a dive a .....'
1 hereof and to appropriate rules business attended to was the appointment -I' a ,t shoot-the-shoots: There's a merry Pepper and eggplant! feed beds are
and regulations prescribed by the : of committees to serve refreshments -''old dollar which for several years of some of the things you can buy go-round for the kiddies. And no one usually planted between the first and
State Board of Education. The essential at the Legion's big dance has made a noise like a thin dime for B dollar. Keep your eye peeledfor need fear running out of gas for fifteenth of July in this locality. The
requisites for holding such which will take place tonight at the or mayhap as much as a four bit the bargains. And there will be there is a filling station on the big advantages of stable and dairy f p
--cholar hip shall be: citizenship and .jraystone hotel. Mrs. Carson Farmer grounds. Ice cream cold drinks, and manure as fertilizers was advocatedby "j i
residence in the county from which was named chairman of the sherbet piece, will once more meet all comers. hand bills, and window displays. and lunches are for sale. All together the a number of the growers pte ent. 1
they are accredited: approved moral committee, with Mrs. H. S. Geiger The merchants of Kissimmec will vie pretty nearly everything else you can place is gaining so rapidly in favor Such few times a. there has been >ufftcient "
rharacter and habits; graduation or and Mrs. Joe Johnston. The cake with each other in an effort to edu- I think of which will help to bring the that some of the old-time beaches and volume to permit car load ship.
it-. full equivalent from Senior High committee is Mrs. C. M. Kenton cate the buying public up to the fact glad tidings into the attention of Mr. resorts had best look to their laurels. ments .have easily demonstrated the ,
:S. hool*; age over 16 yearn; sound chairman and Mesdames M. B. Carson While the big celebration on the very large increase in return to the *
nealth; capacity and willingness to I Joe Prevatt, and II. N. MakinI that the dollar isn't entirely a has- and Mrg. Kissimmeean, and their Fourth of July is the main event grower and it is expected that this
make a .success of scholarship privileges son. The punch committee-no, you're I been when, it comes to purchasingpower. cousins the Osceolans. scheduled in the near future the placeis fall car loads of pepper and eggs,
and of teaching in this state an wrong again!-consists' of Mrs. Sidney Some of the merchants have already in no wise deserted in the .mean with posslblr.ome other vegetables,
an occupation; and at the University Mrs. H. 'G. time. The Saint Cloud will The growers present
RiChard chairman. The dollar during this week, is not announced their plans while troop of Boy
Florida in its Teach I went on record as favoring the
,1 i registration Siever and Mrs. J. Nathan Bryan. Scouts yesterday located their
,.r.s' College; and at the Florida State The Auxiliary members present at going to be particular as to what it others will do so the first of the week. there. Next Thursday the Saint camp Royal King pepper for this fall's :
College for Women registration in its Friday's meeting were. Mrs. H. N. buys. It may be something/ to wear Ama g those who have made their Cloud post of the American Legion crons. Several who had used tKi.. va' .
hehool of education. I Makinson, presiding, and Mesdames or something to eat or something for intentions known are G. W. Persons I will hold an afternoon picnic. there rfeiy wire most-enthuSiutle- r its
Section 2. The examinations: for J-Jvathan Bryan, M. B. Carson Car- the household or something for the Company, Katz Brothers, Osceola to be followed by a dance in the evening bearing carrying, and marketing
shall be held at such qnalitW( well as its full-nosed
such as.
scholarships son Farmer II. S. Geiger, C. M. Ken. at the new dancing pavilion. 't
times and places and toy such school ton H. N. Makinson, Joe Prevatt dog or something for your husband, Hardware Fred S. Gilbert Lyles V. Last week the Baptist church in Saint shapeSpence Brothers who used
officials or citizens of the state as Sidney RiChard H. G. Siever and I or something for the garage or something Story Company, Kanner's Department Cloud not only held its annual Sunday this pepper exclusively last year report
ire. designated by the state board of 1'oI11111'Lucy Buckets. In addition to for your wife or something for ; store A. M. McCauley, GeorgeM. school and church picnic there, that they overtopped the market
olucation. and the awards of scholar- these the local unit has the following the farm or something for the kiddies Taylor R. G. Minick and F. C. but two candidates were baptised in with it all through the season. Considerable .
hips shall be made by said board under members who were signers of the original the lake in front of the grove. Alligator acreage of potatoes is looked j
rules and regulations prescribed 1 application for charter: Mrs.R. or something oh, shucks! Bryan: Company. Lake is versatile. forward to. for next winter .and <
hy them. -ShottM*'vacancies occur for M. Angas, Mrs; Howard' Katx, --------_-.-._ .L ,_ ,. '_6 Jr. 6 __- ,, -.! -- some. are pulling strong for cabbage.
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any reason they shall be filled as in Mrs. W. B. Makinson Mrs. W. J. KISSIMMEE BAND WILL E erTgrower present, "of Whom .1
original awards. Steed, and Miss Virginia Tiller. there were a good many from Saint
OUTLOOK FOR BIGGEST STRAWBERRY AND PLAY AT HA1NE8 CITY
Section 3 The sum of two hundred The Legion Auxiliary will hold its Cloud between urged the continued cG.operatlon : -
dollars per annum for each scholarship regular meetings the first and third The Kissimmee concert band yesterday the business men and
student in actual attendance, Friday afternoons of each month at closed a contract with business the growers. and between the two
payable to the Florida State Collegefor 4 o'clock at the legion headquarters.Dues TRUCKING CROP IN OSCEOLA'S HISTORY men of Haines City to play in 1 cities in order that the great future
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women and to the University of will be twenty-five cents a .. fourth of July celebration., About for this'county in trucking may be
Florida respectively one half at the ntGnth*and oil wives sisters, and sixteen players will accompany J. D. isstened. With the remarkable stimulation
beginning and one half at the middleof mothers of legionnaires are eligiblefor Closen Co-operation Planned Between Osceola Growers Woodbeck to ,the southern city for in industrial. conditions
each school year, shall\ be paid from membership. : the occasion. throughout the north and the ,wave
the general revenue fund of the state And Chambers of Commer e of Kissimmee And Saint of prosperity which big business' is

for ing the scholarships benefit of under the students this Act. hold This CONTRACT IS LET FOR Cloud To Perfect Good Marketing ArrangementsAs LOCAL MEN TO OPEN predicting 1924 trucking, the! season prospects for for Florida the 1923.look"

money .shall be used to meet cnjyuch better than they have for a number

.the. catalogues student expenses of the as respective are listed institutions in- I OCEAN TO GULF ROAD I a direct result of the strawberry on the scale which the larger financially ORLANDO DRUG STORE of Strawberries years. will undoubtedly' be a
campaign which started a ago successful co-operative associa-
provided if in any case year bigger factor in the life of the county '
the attendance of any such student i I..* more vegetables and truck crops were! ions maintain. Last year, when strawberry than last year; Practically all the (
omitted during any term or part of ,State Road Department To shipped from Osceola county this culture was almost an unknown Persons, Tyre, and Minick larger growers will' plant the same or
a term for as much as one month consecutively Push Completion of TheHighway year than ever before. This is exclusive industry in this county, it was neces- Expect To Have Store In. larger acreages,. and with the plansunder
of the strawberries which, in the to employ .
the allowance here sary a strawberry expert.An way for marketing machinery
riated shall be correspondingly approp with To Melbourne first strawberry year in Osceola county investment in plants which wculd Operation By Sept. 1 along with the excellent outlook for

held. __ -- amounted to somewhere in the have: resulted in large _financial gaii. citrus crops .and the rejuvenation of _ _
Section 4. These scholarships I, Division Engineer Kinney of the neighborhood of one hundred thousand under ordinary conditions, netted a Announcement wan made this week the cattle business, an unprecedentedera
shall be renewable from year to year I State Road Department, won the quarts. One of the arguments' considerable loan on account of the of the formation of a new drug company of prosperity for Osceola county .
for not more than four years on the plaudits of the people in this neck of in favor of the strawberry campaignwas unprecedented rains at Plant City, in Orlando by three Kissimmee is forecasted for the immediate fu '
(Continued on Paar.. Four) the woods last week when he stopped that just this thing would hap- where the plants Were' grown. In men-. George W. Persons head of the ture.
4 I on in Kissimmee and dealt out some I pen And it did. spite of the fact that Mr. O'Bannon Persons string of dry goods stores
glad tidings. The news which was so Almost any business man will tell the Growers' secretary did the work L. B. Tyree manager of the Orlando CHANGE
ACREE SAYS TO DIP I well received was to the effect that the:. I you of the advantages which came of two or three men, the overhead Persons store and R. G. Minick of LAST NEAR
contract had been signed Thursday fort to the cities of the county through expenses were too large to permit the the Rexall Drug Store at Kissimmee
e completion of the Ocean-To-Gulf the strawberry campaign ,and this in financial progress which will ulti- are tlv" three men who will incorpor-
TO SIGN
TILL NEW LAW WORKS Highway, otherwise known as the Mel- :spite of the fact that it was the poor- mately come. These facts taken into ate a drug company to be located on FOR CAMP
bout ne road. I eat strawberry year from the standpoint consideration with the other recognized West Church street. Erection of the _
The specifications call for a brick I of financial gain for more than fact of the Interwoven interestsof building to be occupied a four story
Room For Hundred
More
Foresees Prosperity In The highway in the short stretch remaining I'a decade. Anybody at all familiar the commercial and trucking interests brick structure at West Church and
County If Cattlemen Will in Osceola county while Brevard with conditions in Osceola county give the business men a peculiar South Hughey streets began this Men From Florida in Military -
county to Melbourne will be constructed knows that Osceola's greatest opportunity interest in the strawberry and truck week, and the new store is expectedto
CooperateVith State"If of rock, face-treated1.. Mr. Kinney lies in her soils. Untold wealth crop enterprise.He be in readiness for the opening by Training CampThe
said the work would start within sur.oumlx the cities of the county therefore suggested a measure the first of September.
the stock people will continueto the next thirty days, and that the road and those who have made the longest which will greatly reduce the over All the fixtures for the new store government will accpet 123 additional
dip once n month until the State would in all probability be completedin efforts toward: extracting that wealth head expense, and at the same time were bought last Monday. and with : applicants to the Citizens'
Sanitary Board can be organized and time for next winter's tourist travel Rio the most enthusiastic for the fu permit a reduction refrigerator -excellent interior finishing ponemplated Military Training Camps which will
put into active operation, the cattle. probably about the first or middleof ture. This is borne out by the fact charges. This plan involves the elimination the new drug store is expected be held during August at Camp Mc-
industry will come into its own once November. that some of the most consistent of local book-keeping by a to be one of the finest in central Clellan, Alabama Fort Barrancas,
more in zones whore tick'eradication When Mr. Kinney interviewed the glowers arc planning to til'. for system of marketing! whereby the Florida. Pensacola, Florida and at Fort Bragg,
i is, carried on," said C. S. Acree prom county commissioners a few months drainage and irrigation, a considerable commission men makes returns direct near Fayetteville N. C. This is being
inent cattleman and Osceola county ago relative to the state road department acreage this year. Tile is on the to the individual grower while !MUST CHARGE TUITION done because of the splendid showing
representative in the legislature. "The I taking over the repair and maintenance way for one seven acre tract of thiskin'd the association gets its financial sup UNDER GETZEN LAW made by the state up to this time.
futup, of the cattle business never of the Dixie Highway between now. When the business men port without reducing the returns to Information sheets and application I
looked brighter," he continued. "Since Kissimmee and the Polk county line I and the growers come to a full realization the individual. The grower himself Under the new Getzen law it be. blanks may be secured by writing to
the recent rains, there is a fine crop he told the commissioners he would : of the need for drainage districts will get the same returns that he comes, obligatory upon all school B. C. Riley, University of Florida at
of grass in the woods and pastures. do all he could to hasten the completion the increase in tiling will grow would if he shipped direct as' en In- boards of Florida to charge tuition Gainesville who says, "Florida has
and more real betterment to the cat of the Melbourne road. He has' bv leaps and bounds. The commercial dividual, and at the same time has fur all children- non-residents. The 377 you fin men signed up for the
tle business can be expected during kept his word and the outlcok is now business of the cities of Onreola the advantage co-operative marketing rates are $4 per month for each grammar camps this summer; however the gov-
the next few months than ever be that the distance between the east and county is contingent upon the success backing of an incorporated association irrade, nuoil and $6 per month ernment officials are anxious, for 500,! J
fore." west! coasts of Florida will be shortened of the tillers of the soil. developed markets in all I for each high school pupil.: Florida boys: to take advantage of
:Mr. Acree says that it will take bv about a hundred and twenty- That the business men realize the parts of the country, and current In our opinion this is a just law this splendid opportunity to secure
some time to get the machinery of five miles!, over a good road, by No- Impqrtance of the activities of the' market reports.' and we have heard "many tourists training during the month of August.
the State Sanitary Board created by I I vember. growers to the commercial life of the The chamber's activities in this comment upon the fact: that Florida Transportation, food clothing and
the tick eradication bill of the last I[ :Meanwhile road south, which the I city was demonstrated at Wednes plan would consist of the services of communities tax themselves so generusly laundry will be furnished by the,gov
legislature into action, and urges that ; state road department is repairing:, H day's meeting of the Chamber of its secretary in acting in a capacity for maintenance of good schools ernment. Plenty of time will be given -
stockmen do not wait for the beginning nearing completion in that part where Commerce. A relolutianas adopted similar to marketing official, but and permit visiting children free jise to athletics of all kinds, and the
of the board's work but that ': the detour recently was :so bad, and recomrrending to the board of governors with practically all the detail work of the facilities thus provided. Most recreation will insure the boys a good
they go: ahead as manypf them have Osceola county in the next very few that they work out and put shifted to the buyer instead of the tourists 4o: not expect this and nre time." I
been doing. This county he says, j I'I months can boast of good roads in all into operation{ a plan for specific cooperation shipper.. The chamber wcfald thereby surprised that they get it. But heretofore I Young men who attend will not be
is in Zone 2 as designated by the law. three directions. with the growers associa, take: an active interest in the industry no single community has had I under any obligation to join the National -
and is on state's, work will begin zones two and i WILL HAVE ANOTHER J. E. Lupfer who a year ago inaugurated I and the county depends the most. The because of the fear that tourists anything else unless they so desire a
thirteen beino: the first two sched CITRUS FIELD MEET the movement for the same plan is being considered by the would go to some other place tospend and the results that may be expected
uled. The plans call for the buildingof l strawberry campaign in a similar Saint Clcud chamber, with probably the winter. Under the new lawaU from mcnth of physical training
seven vats in this zone, the state Professor Ayers and District County meeting of the chamber and who has favorable consideration from that will be on an equal footing in this the great outdoors with plenty of.
to build them and furnish the dip and Agent Jenkins of Gainesville, will teen consulting with the directors of espect.-Leesburg! Commercial. Tood. fresh air and wholesome sur-
half of the dipping expense. The hold another citrus field meeting Osceola Growers for some time, at body.While the meeting Wednesday resulted roundings can only be estimated. Last
cattleman's expense in the matter will Tuesday 'July 10, at Saint Cloud, in their invitation in joint efforts to arrive in purely a recommendation to a. a \big opportunity for service bythe rear every boy who attended camp
be one half of the expense of dipping.Mr. co-operation with County Agent Leo at the best possible machineryfor the board of governors, the plan is as chamber. Sam Lupfer Jr., vice- Increased considerable in chest H. Wilson to take the place of the getting results. !good as settled, because of the known pre.ldent. NelsWn Makinson Dr. Gei- and weight.,
and Mrs. H. Nelson Makinso former one which had to be postponed Mr. Lupfer explained to the cham- attitude of the members of the board. ger: W. J. Steed and George Per- '
left Kis imm.. Wednesday afternoonfor on account of the heavy rain !storm ber that the year had been fairly successful Larson Farmer president of the eons of the board of governors all Amos Akerman was in KUsimmee
the Makinson-Alderman grove of May 16. Demonstrations, lectures: from the standpoint of the chamber ia favorable to the plan. He are enthusiastic about the proposaland Monday visiting his old time, friends.
near Lake Russell where, they will and soecimens will be given and a Growers'1ut that insufficient volume and most of the governors have gone it is understood H. M. Katz, who lie finished his second year at Welt
Tend a few days while Mr. Makinson' most instructive meeting for citrus raised in Osceola county": I into the question very thoroughly and ha* been out of the city during the Point this summer1' and is ..pendlng'two

working his grove. ,, growers is anticipated. )1 I to enable the association to operate look'upon. the proposed" arrangement, ; week is ftfvorable. months 4 vacation S in, Orlando.. ;. J I' '. "/',
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4 Kribbs of Pennsylvania) And consented to" appear occasionally anJ. J L C. 0 E .....\.. ',,. .",'. '-'Cj '"

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Haines of: New York Meet nddressthe" people. .- -.. __,- ." .\' { .:

'V Again In Kissimmcc : HISTORY TEXTBOOKS( ARE"" feLwherecuic) V V;1 V V T-k',;' .. : ",'... i'r) ': .:\ --.. ,'.

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'. }'cars. Roth were member* of !Henley I adjutant of the Americai ,- Le'pion '' V | I : ;

;.. .Xhe 53rcl Congress, Haines from New in )Indiana has succeeded in having Y railroad and hotel / by J.d.I"'UII 'OS5rjV CV

I V York and Kribbj from rennHylvania.' the objectionable books removed) \ r .
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V Mr. Ilnines stopped I at Kissimniep from the list of texts. Henley's] '; reprascntitions . 1A1est TE ./ 4'.t i ?z .* X t--Tt-f- _:

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o of Grover Cleveland and : 'on West, former professor of his I CHAMBER'COMMERCEJnterttling ___ ,",ow F ANt'.jEE'LL. : "

V its membership: embraced many national toiy in the University of Idaho and v< 60 OUT AN' V l 1I y up WI'11:

a characters. In it were men of "An American History" by I Dr. l IllIvl,1 l lSuvillc j I V fateraturt on ApplicationAGRICULTURAL ; 'GET THE #AMLK.. I 'rue PilotU.CL."".!

: ;', I international reputation. It was this Muzzey.Henley's wwwww :: "I'LL PuPTMlS
I V Congress that lepealed the act for the statement was made on ? _
f .I "f'IMe.II
purchase of silver bullion and tho Issue the basis!' of reports from A. II. Con- ] L

I of treasury notes thereon and enacted ''ner of Idaho and supplemental re.- f z -r---: _ VV

the tariff act known as the .\Vilon I marks by Judge Wallace :MacCam- -

-i-I, J bill. Pasco and Call wr-re the nmnt, chairman of the commit I e" on POINTERS]; :

t Senators from Florida and there \rcie / ).
'" but two members of the house Mallory American Revolution.. The Indiana I L .
: ., .j and Cooper. I man declared West book ,made statements .KU: H. \VJI.SUN. OJCNTV AUKNP ; I xlZ41

.', Crisp of Georgia was th(- Speaker I about men in public life which The time is right for the grower to

; V "f the House. Thomas B, 4?eed, "the stamped the author as "a loose t thinker pivpuii1. or start preftpration of the

Czar" of Maine led the KepuUicans. utterly unfit to mould the plastic soil for fall and winter crops. llon't

j''I I There was General David B. Hender and impressionable minds of .,school let. your land stand during the !sum

son of Iowa who followed ItecJ! ns tho children." mer' ruins without a cover crop oC V

Speaker of the House; William :M. Both hooks were nnmed in /n'leoentleport sonic Kind to prevent ler.ching. Heavy

,' Springer; of Illinois, ; Holnian of In- made to Mayor' llylan of New i rains wash out much valuable plant : J '

(.Ulnu. "the watch dog\ of the tieasu-!' York \\ ho liai. red them from the food and the use of a cover crop of :- V -- V ,

V ,. ry" "Buck" Kilgore of Texas: schools of that city on the ground: ("owp'al'I.'h'et beans, or bcegaiweed .-

I "Sockless" .Jerry Simpson, of Kansas; that they sought to disseminate: iintiAmeriian j will hold the humus from leaching, '. SI

the famed silver-tonKued W. C. P. and pro- lilVitisi: piopngandn. and at the same time add materially to j I

Breckenridlre of Kentucky "Silver I I i-ontt-nt
: t Hie bacteria and nitroircn ,- of
V V ; V Doller"" Bland of Missouri;; William Mr. Henley'j] )P1 Inl' pal objection to I the soil. L _

Jennings Bryan of Nebraska; -General the uoiks was in line with the complaint Manure is the backbone fe: tilizer for + o. + + c c + 'c' + + ( I luf bE''". nf NKi: hicetlon 27. No 63 NOTICK\ ... APPLICATION FOR TAX

Joe Whaeler of Alabama; once senior made to :Mayor Hylan. lie doclared Florida other soils. If I. / Ntc4 of Nt: % H.--Hon:' \ 28 all of nboviiHhlp I I>KKI>. S.
V or any ;youexpect lands
I tavaJry general of the Confederate ar- that the ride of Paul Revere is I to make a success this fall und i Legal Advertisements I Ran-, being 32 EiL In. ToVl 30 Hnuth I''V NOTICE Wvlsbrod. IS, purchaser HKHEUY of(OIVEN Tax That

nlle; General Hooker of Alabama; omitted and that the battle of Lexington winter in the trucking business! now I No. Ill( NU of N\\ I.. Ni'ollon 1 .V rate Nan. EftJ and 6114. dated tile Cerllrt-6th

Thomas Dunn English of New Jersey and Concord is treated of in is 'the time to make plans fOr securing . .. + c.oee oo. .o + + + ''of Tow """.11' 31 S ulli. ItaiiK 32 .;"..t. nil V day or June. A. l>. 1911 has lied said
but ." Ho further iibov lands being nn8i. *>..*iJ at the certificates I In my office. and > .
I V the author of "Ben Bolt and many fortytwoword" a good application of mr.nurv for In the Circuit Court for the StYetiteHi I date. of the Issuance of Haiti" certlfl- I 1[ application for ia s mad
deed
I I allege I that the works sought to Judicial I Circuit of the State of Florida. tax to Issue In ucordiMKn -
others equally famed including Say- the soil. In eue of growing. struxv-' 'calva In the naiu of \V W. Ordway with. law Hald
certificatesembrace
.. ers of Texas McQuillan of Tennessee. sprend controversial ideas and social- ItcrrieH this fall and winter light now in euler.a ml for!I'lalntiff Osceoln, ) William I'III.0 t y Jamf.* H I No 67 N\\4 of NKV-: ... SectIon' 27 In ,, the following "l.rl..d..rop..
\ KenI'efemlant
U
BJanchard of Louisiana Swanson of sm. "The legion's objections are is the suitable time to apply the mu- III )V. J V ))HII1"K"M $I Zliii,00.( \ Notice - I Township The Ha. lil ID i hind:South. hIVIng\ ltanu aw..ii...32.<*d East at the,. V'ida rrty, .to-wlt situated.. : In Osct-ola County Flor V

1 Virginia Dockery of Misouri Catching made solely on patriotic grounds as nure in order to give time for decom of Institution of Suit and Humiiiiins I I Millie of the IRHIIIIICI- of mild I 'erllfl-' I I Lots. 64. 69 and 69. Kemlnole land
and Oatea of AlaI we> have no to the I.i \|.|.. r. TilMali, of .Florida and
of Mississippi knowledge as position. Manure adds humus that I eatvi In the num. uf Unknown, UuUiia'call Investment ('nnaps liY'.. Subdivision of
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\\lllUiin '
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ii HinneNo;
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J CI Amerl-
p, I baJDa.'all of whom Tjecame governors names of the publishers of cithi i' nil sandy soils needith a percent 4Hii :Stale itt/ uk IJuilillnfC. Lanatlia. ] rrrtlflcnte* bhnll be rideenieil accOrding I lall except the 81'I* of HWV,. SucLlon 2
. of their states. hook," declared Henley's letter. \IIVh15I,. ,wnd nil | tn. Itw tnx deed will l I""u"I Jn Township 27 Si.uth. KaiiKe SO K".t.
that heroInes available in to whom It
of nitrogen/ may cutlet i th..r.'.... lli. 14th day of July A 1>. The said. land belnR .
"New York sent a 'boy as one of ------ the form of ammonia .slowly which 'rn.. :Not.: I 0.. Is. )lu-i eb)' given thaI a "ult I ll I 1923. .1. 1. UVKHHTKEKT. I date of 110,. lsuneeof. assessed said certificate at Ihe

her representatives to the !53rd.:: Con- FIIKNCIiETERANS WILl.EN'l'Elt gives it u hstiig proK--ty| and b.... by boinfilled attachment I : :; ':, court waa. I Instituted said cauwei In nelntr the j I I ,.,clvrk ("lrrult Court II" the name of Unknown and M. tfiiiiu
.
( '
,1. Count FlorldnH llnli-ss. .
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.j grewi, said Mr. Kribbs when interviewed POI.I nrsKiench sides add. the liaottnnl, requirements: ntltlcij UH a.bo\e set fottli, The suitmbraces S II. liUI.LOCK') H. I' I deemed said certificates shall be re-
.. > according to lau tax" deed
this week. "lie was so youthful tin* fnt< rst of the MitldV11\ will
the
thut is absolutely in ( SEAL! .
V Issue
27-St
tM-cessary
thereon .
I on the I 21st I d.i V of
I Ham O. In ) July
\ewl'1-
.. V in looks and action that he was of t the Woild' Wai decomposition of all fertilizers so that K.IID.-N to 1)1) ,. !Pint) Lot of 9 I the.t Illock HUbdl\l% 1.iicrord'nu 1.- .1 A l". ISIS. J I I. 'IV) KKITHKKTClerk : ; .

frequently taken for one of the pages have decided to entei' t the fit I J./t of national the plant run I ("nalily take up the re- I lon of K I Itmlmmef 1',"i h. rinr,.ola <'o\in- ;, NOTU; OKrri.K'. .. TION KtlH T\\ I I Clrclt Court.
)
If of the House. His name was Charles politics to unite the! ii.nntrv uni"! plant food, dements. tVS V FI"'I.III. ulltl. ttfoid T i.'I unions Ih.CordH .' NOTK'K V.U. I SKAK) fiHceoln I 'OU lit \'. Klorld.t
<| . I itt" I IIKKKIIY; : UIVKN; Tha'H..III1' 27-St lly N IIHtilloik. *
I). Ilaines.V and cultivate . of ....'.ola t'l.iintx. Kl, ,'Ida. In | iintVl: I _,_ I ) I
r to the same national Last ('a"n. I had the' opportunity ] ... it.i [iiirchnMor .r Tax "President Cleveland had called an spilit that existed at the start of the I of observing where the grower( u:$(.d Hlut : .k |1 MrHonal Ht, |>AK"' prou 41.; ,"lid.it, >'. alHO\ Isw 'thfollowttiK *%-i'IllliatiNoi.: 2nd da. 1Il. ' of Jim. A I H Notice ,
> ISIS
him Is
h reli
extra session of Congress to repealthe war. according I to information re'ceived manureon t the sol bffoie) pluntmifbeiries i rk ,hoi .,en and, ImrntHH V I Ioo"" ", I Hied Hald. ....rlld...utiIn I tl4 > mtin than 'an elei V
ni\ office and i iIIIIR >n nil) be held' In the .
silver bill. The monetary people at national of the : MRKOII, I mowing Tiiathln) I hit \ rak, .. ,i : : : lIt; : t.ke|
headquarters" ) that the plants: "grew larger: iiuiili. iipplu. ntiun for lux lire.I to I H( htxil I llousi I *. 'tsceolii (''i Ii 'ITlorldu' '
of the country were unable to j J American Lc'gion. berries came in .irlier and! tile: 1 plou V I liallou" I arid 1 lot of tool* and h |Issue In ,m in ..l.uuiwith Ian Said. { the same' bclriic In SPecial Tax School
farm Impl* m-ntH )located' th' ,,IVtti. .
solve the financial of that 01 1-4 rt in. .ati H ,luluii, i V Iht' foll.i\vlriK, d.Miillieil Ii'I DIslildNo I H, olherwls.; known
i
problem A decision to in the lasted as t h*
longer givingthe
paiticipnte poiliticul fruiting season "M <)tuaitii) of tli* S..rlh..1 |uurl'runll \ i!
|1''I".rt\| ( nlluali-il In iMiola. I'nloii (Onti
I day and semi-panic prevailed. { the. I-:iiKt half of ", .. V Ulstrlct on MondaJune,
a life of the country although ,, giower three important factors th. I Iiastquarter < *ountKlorldu I.,-" II : Il.i I sat h. A. I II. 113 to ,I..I'-'rnl", who shallscrtt.
\ "The debate was participated in by I(icnrefuly excluding such action from in pioduetion.b'roni nf th, <> Soril".t.. fie! eminent of that Con- I I t""lIt> -(" To\riKhlp" t\\ 'nt\- I II.... to KI alii in nine, ..ibriiC.il. I In inn fur
THXI the two
most men I party politics, was reached at the rejcent an inspection, of s,"\'(- alKroes six $",ulh. ItanK" 29 Kant ..r TsIlsIa.- '. ,I : years next after I the.Clcetloi
s. No one not supposed to be thoroughly :1 convention of the ...... MI'iidan) OKreula ( rtllU-nte ::0"U3.. a lid loin 27. 2% and I and t4i further lct.rnilnehe.
gre 't tV Union ( this: \\e-ek I found rust mite: $ ount > KloildaYou 2!Ii.' "mbraccil In I Tax", CVrtlncate No''' nirtiil.er uf mills of dlMil't school.
I familiar with financial matter ale des Combattants, the most Nation-I starting in, so the grower must }won ar* I h.r-lt,romtnanded. i to. l>., "lidal'p..ar *Xb V l.iitx ju to 41 Intluslva e..II.<.(... '', 11 bi. li.vl-d and .11"0'10.1>d annually tux fir' '

1 'was expected to contribute their talent 'I sentative organization of the KierK-h : the watch for the appeal ancc of the 2nd In daN I ItiA' of aboventltl July. V. U<"d 1l2tVlt! ( s .u.n :1.:. "lid Sh ,.'"h".d! I In Tax Certltli ate '|i I hTh"'h". two }ars

but the 'boy' from New York veterans, held at Vichy. the mites and epray or dvst in orderto nm. th I ", Honorable (V'. < i \ndmvn. an. I (:Vu';. rllll"R927 and'Lot. No fin, cmhrncfd I In Taxi I following iiers.uis are h er..happointed \
t. 21t.. of ( lUchrlnt .I I to
Hrcond
startled the house by making a speech \ The organization; according to: the produce bright fruit. If you are Judg.of the abov iourt atid my num Addition I I clerk at said election serve as (:..h"J'h..ansI. J.

of one hour and he was given universal plan developed proposed to judge all in doubt whether or not the infestation nn A 1"11.t'lVrtC,A. 1"thu.-uf I 1MSJ. on I thin J. I.tin9tli(i >Iratr.. da...%.'t.of ,Th Hair' ) Juiiil l.i-lntc n"",..HFd at the-I I I H Smit h. C C. Mass. Inspectors.; Kred '
credit for delivering one of the candidates for natnonal is enoih to have the ilatiof IMSUHIK. i>f nultlrtinc. (F/i In I llarvej. clerk
: offices severe iMf ik of t hat,o\,> ('ou'l.' I
able and ad- I ". | I lh4. iianu' 4.f i:. U 1,1-1ley Unless .I lly order of the Hoard .of I'uhllc Instruction
most sensible. masterly lespective of \ party atffiliations! on trees sprayed' call for your county (Circuit < >uit SralJohnfiloii ) Haldi rlllk nte shall I lie rei1.-em4-d ari.r.JInn I of ( mceola ("ounly.o'iorida.,
dresses heard in congress upon this the basis of their to France will decide for Dust & (O1s 1'1..1 I. < I to Ills. I' this
loyalty agentvho you. Counaol for ('.,'iflpi".tia, lit. 'o-1ot tax de.l will IMUIIhpreon 14th day of May. A. I>. 123.H .
much discussed subject. From that j I during(' the war and on their attitude with sulphate or spray with lime sulphur I on tll4.\, Ifith dav. of July. A. l>. M. Katz, Chairman.

.4: hour Congressman ILaines became a I(1 i toward the subsequent problems of one gallon to 70 gallons water. '0'IH'K 'I4. itt UOIH". 1H2S, Clerk J I..Circuit OV. ltfoTROET. Attest : c Jo;. Yowell, Secretary'

figure of national note and was quick ,: reconstruction. When any or all political Now that poultry feeds arc higher N'OTK'K IH |hereby Klvt-n, Iv the.Itoard 27-St! oxeola County Court., Florida.MITICK 14NOTIfK t
of
p V ly recognized as a genius of unusual i parties nominate men who do ind the price of eggs; lower there is County founty. )Florida f'unimlKKlonerii that sealed of bids Onciola ole-V. AI'HI.ICATIO.NKOR TAX

:; ability and he became one of our best not conform to the standards of the no' use feeding a slacker hen Cull will be rvct-lved up to ten o'clock A. I: V OF APPI.ICATIOM.. FOR TAX UKKU.Notlrn .
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n. v.I)
1< V gloved men that ever represented a orgBnizaTlonVits; members will suggest cut the hens that are not. profitable) M. on the I K.lli day of July A. I' 1(13.1 :NoTICE IH 1IKUKUY Is

,V district in the Congress of the United candidates of their own and sup layers. Have ycur county agent com" at(Court III* ufllre DHCfola. of County tho ('''.rk".r. Florida'the. Circuit at th..j' I.n-on Tt.. Ua"Hi purchaser of OIVKN Tax. Certl-ThAt. A. 1... Iteynolds ner8'by purchaser(liven of That Tax )Car h ry

,States."How. port them for office without regardto out and assist you in picking out the Court house. KlnsliiMnee. < I'torlda, for llcatp ,; No.' 8tt7. d..t.. ... the Ith day of tmcate No. 639 dated the Ith day of
; V )youngHaines cleverly won a party lines.Objectives V slacker! hens. V the purpoBf of the following) June A. 0. 1R2I. 'ha. nled said certificate June A. .). 'IC2I. has filed said certificate -
In my offlrn and haa'made application <<" In my office, and has made .
V national reputation other than by his of the French association "' Now that the roins have let up for ondH.Special to-wit Hiiad: and llrlds d."rlb.1' for tax deed to issue In nccordIIHI. for tax deed to Issue In accord application

V speeches is a very interesting story are similar to those of the A mer' u time, sure is a fine time to clean $80,1100.1111(' pal \'aluof 1 lEoiidx' of th.noniliiat I V, ..lth law Hald certincata ...m.i. ance with" .law. Said certiorate embraces -
V for he gained an unparalleled victory ican Legion representatives of the out the ditches and make new ones d.. : :: ;Ion, of &oooo;: cur.ii. itumlt-; !.. i 1' 1.1114-i-s l the followingdeMcrlbrd irnMrl the followInK. ,h'"rlh",1 l proper)
lsitualid I In, 0.1. ,, County F'lorUln. ty situated. In Paceola Count ... .
j in the history of Congress. American I d I to Iflu InrlimUpSaid I ) Jo.lorl.
organization who attendedthe for drainage. Good drainage i is very hi VSIt 1 towltl V

"Congress was enacting a tariff bill convention have reported. They essential. to make good l (' 'p5. I ...r J.liIs sl\ .,ji -l will e'. ot.l be.ar.ptr Ititor-Ht nntiuni, .it'intiiKt tbulf .- I' .i..ts' I nnd ; lllof.\k 2. A K ,l>4>'''-' l I.ota V S 7. roH. C.9 and fin Illock. II. YlnKHiiK '
V to sunercede the McKinley. and which I II I include maintenance of law and or- On July 10, Prof. Avers and Jen- llH\Ill.U Illl-Ullliuull' "Kflltl IlilllflMu I ".." K l4'ah-tls. iaiii.ii. of. N '% of HK -
.
4 -. :-1;'. of NW1.. oj Se< lloti 2_. 3'! nnd 43. S I., : I, .:
A
: became the Wilson Bill. The Wilson |I Icler, /prmging to justice or those whoI king from the University Expenment 111 I I I iii" tnti'I itnd;, l>. com. .1.111"1'I; ;;:: I 2fi Smith. KIIIIK.-:. Kimt, ToHnHhlp .if Section' 11.) Co's t-uI-dis'lpin
I. Township 2$ Houth
bill was being enacted along lines of j I I defrauded the government service and, Station will be with the county agentin atI.:1.- of> 'r :"u..h, rInd\ -al of for.In \tain thf,, flint at t he 2
free trade. I of disloyal and unpatriotic persons rehabilitation -, St. Cloud, where we will hold -a \CIIIK I)..Klniilntf, I I \ -'ii i .tftn,, dal. and ,li,.ii'. of Issuance of ....Id certltlcntc 'i t( The SHld land being' assessvd at the
J "In Mr. Haines' district ninety "; a lur 111.- (h II, i..ime of J. II ".no""II I'nloHs '' datof the I.uuunt'of saul certificate
percent for disabled veterans aanIother citius meeting for the study of citrus eni' nit 111 t.alN' b< hl'i'nliiK .
: . ,. f..do! MltlciviK shall l>redi-rmi-41, I In the name nf H F. )lili.'iI'nle.e
of all the collars and cuffs made 21 \.HIH ACt'- dateThf 1 noi
V I j measures designed to promote m-ucts: , discuses, their control, and I Hoard icK<-rxfs tin-I I il.ht to i if- "r.I hug to 'Inn tax" deed will ln..u.' 1 aid certificate shall be redeemed a.cordlnic .
in the United States were )manufac-,, the country's welfare. other( citiu.s problems that may It'i iae.I J.-i-t HI.N .....1 al! III.Is A i-i'i t '11..1 i h..I'l it.". -'ii" on the I lUi II. day of Ji-lv A. fi to law. tax deed will Induethereon .
V, ": tured. The people of the district Mr. J I trust I the glowers will keep the datein ? foi' l.'itni on, |ja\al'>).V to I ii. old., .i. ..f, th.Chalima .. l 123! J (. 0\'Joft: ! A I>.
Haines was representing wanted a retention I A good floor and a good roof the mind und attend this importantmeeting. V5 i oT I If. ICniiid, of ,Cnunt\ I'ommiMxiomiH 27-f.t .. Circuit ("..url. I I I I'28. .f |I. ( 'V eltsTlte11T; : ,

V of the McKinley duties and a I I II I, prime necessities of a dairy ba..n.Ire The citrus meeting schedulel a, ('"'tnpun. .s<>.f da rni h I'l'oiitit\>ld, ,, rimida.nitiHt : -- _ ._ _liKi.oln_ h_ _(._'olintI__.__. Horl.l.-l_ ___ all.fit (Clerk>j-i.i.In Circuit Count I \Court V Florida. V

delegation of manufacturers visited 'i j I just about all that is needed for the el St. Cloud :May li.( was'" lamed This i'h. 1 I'"Ib .)"> of JIIIM-V .\ 1 I. l 1521! NO-I K H OK KI > AI, 1)151 IIMKiK I IIi ,I I -.- -- -- -
their Congressman in Washington. :, Florida dairy barn. Provisions should, j j. I i.. >viitsTi,: XU'IKK KOII PIA|, 1)151( tittic TO WHOM' '
V ,'ut, and on the J l"th of July w,> I hall iiT ,,,, til. Colllitv, Tuillie IT MAY Ct: ):>/:11N: Nolle
"This I be made to the flies. Cl'''I'I.r th' Itoaid (if County I Com of "K..nl" Is h.-reliv Riven that ..
was what Mr. Haines said to keep out nII- the 11 nd.-r ltn"i1will
V I endeavor to take the study as outlined -nintKlurlil' .i Iii tin
up inlKKl.HM, < Mallei of |I.h I
.1 l.i
i is. isi I I
FI.IoJH.
I on nt \ j applto the 1 lloliirilIi 1 C (I An
them : 'Go home and send me the lar- ubove.KI.OKIDA 1. I'f.-inn. ii|.i. i-i.-.l 1 ::0..11..1'\ i.hcalion .
V ( Kl''ll of CoUlltX I : | | -
'lI'lllllfKSloltl' I M.OKifOla : ::: drews. Jut!"- nf tin- 17th Judicial. Cli -
I C.IT | ,
I-
i irest petition possible to obtain from I Counli. Kluihla 27-51! :NihiVe..: -IK -.t. .. .....1 I i 'ill, of the Mniti- of Florldn. In and fur
: IN hertv| .
i.ru. ii. ilmt. ..... 41.. ... .. .
j V the workers' in your industry andleave I MEN (TAN:. (;JO ON HE- i.r.IF''I.W"I; .; iliinin.d., .m. KX4. - nsceola I Count ) on -the2 I lit dal of
V i-uiot of th. I I..BX'
'" Foil TN'otlc. \ \ July. A. H. I !923. for license .
the rest to me. : 1 \\ III iiinl, ,, I Ti'Hl.iini. ; .MI nf |.hi I. "I-fa to mnii.iKc.take '
n.u ii ii
KEKOKKSTATION STUDY TUlI'A chit
of and
"Haines was to speak on the tariff :.: ,. Is llii.bv" I\ ii. ThaI / T I 101..1, ' ulll. iiiil\| | l Iii th/". }11,1111,1 .,1,1. I nnd become ran .a f r.-e-donlcr control her I In property. evervl.sprit -
4 .. .
: and the attendance was large nnd the HIIfK, iiulihrfK.) i V of T. \ i V, till.-at.. No I'I' I. "" Ciiuntv .,Itnlui iif. lli.< ....1.. I 1'1.'' i-d at KiA.InineFlorists..
: galleries were filled with curious. I \eiy unusual opportunity, will be I ir.H.. diit.d 1 I lln. 1'ilh: diiv. nf June. V'iV U 1 ( inint\ rioilili, fin Itt* I Mth dnof on this. the 2'Mh dav of JUfle.t D
I peo affruicd a small group of men tostudy 1 1521} h., ,. lld Halt) i ..'ititiiati' in nivof IIIHIKI, \ I 11. 1'tJ.t.;! fr an n |1'pr.,1| I of ll'i-'l! : ANNIU McUKUWJdHNSTON
.
: pIe. Mr '.ind IIIIM' tiiuil. fipplN' tii.n Tot \Ii.'c I i MM :lent 111. (JIlts .",,1 liln dlKih.iiu., ::1.si.'li _
foi 'station results in the : . A flAItRld rT.
i ( (
V 'A great book, the I largest in the d-fd i j' 1u IHHII, :in .i<"c,n danr.- uith, 'I lav\ I i: nior, ,CotiiiH4( .I for .i''I I tlo.e-. 2 s-It
world requiting Mix men to it, woods of Massachusetts New llampshue Said ....i till' 11 ti. mhrai' > s II In, folloxt. liiifil'Hilllnd I I Tins, 1211 ,|., x ,.1 ;VIol) ',. x 'n ,I'-, I -- - -. - -
', : curry I 11 nd Maine during two weeks inAugust / \ |l.r"1: | '. HI II "a'I.-.1 MI ( 15...'ii InCount IIKVUY. ::' I'KANV: :' If have \lltdvertlsemcnt
the to ama\
wbg brought upon floor < f the under the Austin \ "IV'I.i, Ida lo-u I It |I""i\ut..r; .r ihi l.-ist \\ 'ill mil, / " "1..1 you room rent, a
V V h use. It was the petition Haines I pilotage of :N.: \\ '. of "SU" '4 V . 1 V asked for. Over it he spoke for over Cary logging; engineer for the U. S. U'B; Soutli Pta lie'5 /C.iKI l I.,nn IXKIIInlMK I. i ( ., will fill them. 48-tf.
I "V an hour making apm.il for his colleagues Foi tt Set'vice; an,J the Florida I>e- i / at .N 10; coili'l., ; inn :Smith,, to South
velop.re-nt Hoard ban: tell'at ively HIII V Ih.niif( Kat-t; 12''"' > alds.' North to '
"V : to save the life of the industries :Ninth': II".. Iherrof.'t-.,t I
10 point ol
; made t'lrec- reservations: for the use II IIAKIII) HUME.'resident V M I' HIMMON8. IA. ORnll I
'In his district and to keep frem b..t"'I'" I I '", ON..In,,
starvation the many thousands" of Hie of the first threeFlorida nie'ii who Tinland J l>.-iiit, II.$...'...-.1 at thf dalof t.. I Vice ITesldent Sec &; Treas.
V make application" for sameThe original IHSIIIIIMC of ....1.1 1 i'el 111.1.; In ib' Best Fertilizers
1. men and women dependent the I. ectid lt. Sprayers
up >n America's annual record plans for the did not include nani"", ..r./ \ I'-i- liiniiKon: l'nl-itn. H" 1.1 I Poultry Supplies I
V ; tariff to earn their livelihood. At this: paity i--i'tlih' in.' shall .lf r'..lfiin<'d 1 according Honest Good Fair Prlcca Prompt Shlpmaat
)V I VV.. time came the first clash between of fire loss averages zany Florida representation as to Inn, V tux ,d..*-d Hill IHHU. thereon on
William Jennings Bryan and Mr. I I timber ouners: in Louisuna ol' gnatedthp ; !, 111. Sit' .l,, ) ,.r Jult .X. l I'. 1 142 I I Ask Your N.lrhbor-n. Know.

V ; Haines. 1 the address nk-a, and Mr. Cary wants to take V .; i L (>\ iItSTt: ) EET. "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING."
During Mr.
Bryan "f!1. rk ..
I 7,800 Apartment Buildings j Clicult Ilrt.
V and other members interrupted and j only get a small the purty HO each benefit membercan from i 2B-"t. i i.xif.ila 'ounlv Flui Ida E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jacluoarille, floridaBASS'
maximum --
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sought to confuse the but -- ----
young man.
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V he evidenced how well) qualified he I totally destroyed study and asking (ouextions but by 'MITII: .IK 'I"'J.II"'II'"X FOil T\; I -- - - ._
If":.:If. -
V, .' was to master even that difficult situation The ]loss of: income attendant" 'I reason of efforts which have been put :.MITICI; ) : !I" HKitiiv;) /: : ; i\' iv.; Thnt I//r .

V and he played it with a boldness i.pon the ]loss of such forth by the Florida )De-velopment II II Illjohon. lilIli'has. i of Tax ( ".'111.
I that to be admired. propntyis Hoaid to; arouse intel t'llt in tefoiesta- ttat.. No li.t'l.: .1..1 1 ,tile f.th day of
i'. wps serious und should be covl I I tion an'l I fire (cciitiol Florida be I I|I .Inn.. V 'iV I li I I'.IM I I. him 'III..d Hald) ...-'.fllI.j CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
"Mr. Haines' in can .
,
: f presentation the ".d l by a rent insurance policy .ati In ni\ "i.flli. : uriil IMIM, mad. apnl)
; house of that monster petition was Hut under no i. r : one of the most effective spectacular should lumber manufacturer want to join I Hitti I IIIH :-.1.; l it| i.V i i lili I,. ..UK V tin-
r' V complete fire insurance I the palty.I .Inao-x Iii (,..I"I".. .1. ,..-t i'lh..1 piopert CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
:, displays ever made" before that great protection be neglected.: A policy The will \ MltllUI.'l I ill "........1.. C.t..... \. l'l.Vi.i.. ,. ..',...... I
V'V body. I in the Hartford File Insui- I trip start from Boston I..-" It V
+ aid visits will he made to both the Lot I 13 : WOOD BRICK STONE
V And the result. The Wilson bill atTire Company offers ur 1 lo'k I li .I' Km.. KH V
: you ex- Harvard und The ..,, II NIM] I 1..1$, ., .
V I reduced the tariff on every other nr- .wny this thing.Insurance. I mills wood Yale forests, lumber llnte l.r IMKII.III4I, ,, llf Inn 4llll eti.seI<.4lllllCH' ,1 I |liii III' I I STEEL, STUCCO

./ V 5 tide but collars anduffs.. working plants and one the IIHIIII., iif I Xalkel. .. I'lliSM) N. F BASS JACK BASS
: Yes Mr. Haines Facts I paper mill for the of study- Hald V
purpose HH
t ; was severely c.-i 1 HI. Hhull lie cileemn H"--
t condemned by many free trade >...!". profit ..f a Urr Imiur- in iesultti of improved cutting on an '......11". .. t.. |1.1\ has deed Will' HHtlethen I 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue
: V expensive scale of cm on the ir.th ilBV of July .\.1 l>. I IJH2S t _
nape thinning timber
V 1 newspapers: throughout the cuntry.V repa r maj l I.r nlpr.lIn nilt ; : J. I.. OV.. HHTII..1..1T.I I I I
I They claimed) that Haines 0 dn.Call r. and systems of fire protection on well ..
,, was too i'l.-ik ('I reult Couit." V .- .. . .. VV
..- : in-ringed ,second growth stands. 27-it I OHccola 1 County, .. .
t great a man to look after a single district I Kloi/ IdaUTKK i
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that a congressman's on this agencyCARSOFfARMER
; duty
:' not of local was From 160 to 200 pounds to the acreof \ ..F APPLICATIONTAX I I J. Thc>>
nature, but that a con- 1,1EI, Yr1apsc>> D.
V V .greasman, should look' after the inter- nitrate of soda or sulphate of ammonia Notice 'Is. HerebyUlven. That 11. A.

< sts 'of all the people and not make [ just' as the corn is bunching to Hunter. |iuri'Iisstit) Tax Certificate I
tassel Nos. r.3. H. (!5. IT. C8 61' 70 l, dated
t may mean the making of a good th>
: every wearer of collars and cuffs pay crop for that is the critical period. *th r June A. I>. 1921. has fIled Sfor and Chaptl Licensed Funeral Director
1, I extra for those commodities simply to said certificates. my office, and has
I 'V favor labor in a single Congressional! "The Insurance Man"I'koac made application for tax deed to Issue. -
district."I In accordance with law. Maid certifies 0"A Stitemr. Symrmlkoitc3tvlc. tt JtfJrJ
.
V I*. 666 cures MalariaChills and .... embrace the., following described. Stewart XvnvKi All atrsii.
am told that Mr. Haines has retired 0,rr 11.1.'.......a I).... "....to property situated In OsVeola County ..!

: V V V ; that he is no longer enraged inV 22% Br..JwT KI..I.._.,*. flm. Fever, Dengue or Bilious Florida.No. 113. to-wlt.Jot 2: Section 14. Lots .minun.. V Hlg Grade Anbalaici Serrlci at Call
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tusfnes
affairs and that
he live .
Fever. It destroys the germs 8. Hectlon 15. No. U NW44 Section 18. Ofnce: 14' PHONES Realdenco: 711&HWL
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... KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE: FRIDAY JUNE!: 22. 1923 .,-- mR.BI:

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OSCEOLA GOB liAS'AN However wo tookrln those which were .
AUDIENCE WITH THE POPE ,mentioned by the "guides as the main AMERICAN ..I
I LEGION I Ic.
Gibraltar i attractions Including the Church of I
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Spain I Quo Vadis, the crematories of the -. .
May 30, 1923. Christians the underground cavernand Approximately 2500 compensation E.DITORIAL" .
Editor Gazette, Kfcalmmee, Florida sepulchres,of Scipionl, the Catacombs warrants went out In the mails in one 01
Dear Sfr* Perhaps few of the i the Apian WRy, the walls and s '/ week from the Iowa State Bonus
readers of The Gazette will be Interested gate of ancient Rome, and many oth- I. .r Board, as .the first portion of distribution .
in learning that my wanderings er attractive and interesting .sights of 1(22,000,000( among World
have brought me to Gibraltar, whichis which lio outside the center of the city war veteransof: >f. the state The bond '
incidentally, the beginning of the on the!! first day; on the second' we issue, over which there had been' considerable '.: . Civic Patriotism .' :
last lap of my return to the U. S. We visited spots in the heart of Rome 'quibbling by state officials, ,. ,,'." ,
left Constantinople, where we had such as the Coliseum, the Forum anJCeaser'q Time has been disposed of to A New York .: . ., '
been engaged in target and..torpedo dwelling the Vatican, an au- to Re-tire? syndicate. ,.f ', .' "
practice\ innd around Prmkipo, Princess dience with the Pope, the Castle of ( wr 51.1) The first warrant was drawn in favor : I'
Islands, for several weeks, about Saint Angelo, the last but not by any ,.....,. /f Earl Brownlie of Davenport,
two weeks ago, and arrived at Naples, means the least the magnificent edIfice Iowa It was for $139.50.Iol'e than IT IS'THE DUTY OF EVERY LOYAL KISSIMMEE CITIZEN
Italy after a pleasant three-day known as Saint Peter'we were 77,000 applications have. been approved
crulso lost in wonder while In the vicinity of by'the board in charge, 17,000 being TO KEEP HOT TilE tRAILS OF .HOME. PATRIOTISM.
I have not half the time necessary the latter, and the rich decorations on bellhop for furthsr consideration.Iowa sV
to tell even the summary of the visits the interior including originals I American measured
( many Legion posts are assisting A community's growth and permanent progress is
we made and the sights we l saw whileour Ly Michael Angelo, led our brain as- in distribution of the bonus
ship was at Naples but of course tray in sheer imagination as to howit warrants. entirely by the scope of its commercial activity BY ITS ABILI-

1 must mention Mount Vesuvius-overlooking was ever possible. Then we saw TY TO SUPPLY A MEANS OF LIVELIHOOD FOR THOSE
Naples from a distance of the embankments of the Tiber, the Legion Further. CommunityEnterprise !
about ten miles, and belching forth many bridges adorned with statues WHO REQUIRE IT. This situation rests entirely in the hand

.steam and smoke at all times: it is a I and went through,the National Museum While so termed, the American Le- of we Kissimmee citizens and not only becomes a civic duty BUTA
grand and imposing scene by day, aridat and several other smaller muse- gion is not an "ex-service" organization -
night even more so, since the light ums, noting with awe the originals of but is becoming a "service" or- PATRIOTIC DUTY.
ing system: of the cog railway run many great works of which we have ganization. This is- -evidenceIfi)
ning to its summit and operated by heard-such as the Narcissus Rom- I movements of the former soldiers. in WE KISSIMMEE FOLKS SHOULD BE KNOWN ALL OVER

Thomas Cook and Son gives one Ole ulus and Remus with their foster' 1 the extension of alms and offices for THIS SECTION AS BIG-HEARTED HARD-HITTING, CIVIC
impression! of a ladder of light run- mother, Moses', and an interminable community progress. When a hotel
ning straight!: up for miles into tho list of imposing and grand masterpieces project is to be given Impetus, where BOOSTERS. And we want you to apply this splendid qualityto
if viewed from the sea. ,- which we had there is u need for a city playground,
air never expectedto : a feature of our community life and on a 100 per cent basis
Neither can I neglect mention of sec in any but an imitated form. PHIPPS BROTIIERS GARAGE 'or any move for civic betterment, legion -
our visit to Pompeii; here I familiarized In fact, it would take volume{' to tell men can be found in the front THIS IS TO TRADE AT nOME
myself intimately with all\ the of what we did see, and many of them, tanks of workers. A recent instance
settings of Bulwer's "Last Days of ooubtless, to tell of what we missed. FORBIDDEN='" FRUIT of this in the reliance: of the public of Pulling; dollars out of a community i is another form of pulling;

l Pompeii"; the dwellings amphithea The train ride back to, Naples was Portsmouth, Ohio, on the legionnairesto out tieer that serve as Its found'Uon.Patronhing '
tree!, forum streets; fountains, and interesting as it occupied six hoursof A modem Tom Sawyer, who per- aid in the building of a municipal ) props
beautiful mosaic work. There is daylight! and led through a delightful sisted in playing hooky wus brought bridge. The project was successfully\
still a great area of Pompeii to be unearthed country, adorned here and there to the attention of Prof. Samuel H.'I carried through by the veterans of : the business men cf other localities and living .in

and discovered and the workis with remnants of aqueducts dating Sinclair, authority on incorrigible the community. Kissiinmee is straddling the fence that divides the splendid force
progressing slowly under the direction from B. C., and old walls, with a children i and juvenile mental defec- Another instance is that of a legion
and control of the Italian Government pleasing abundance cf preen fitl.in] end tiveii. post at Cannon Falls, Minn., the membership which you could 'otherwise!! be lending to our city's progress. This

In its museums are to be vineyards. The trouble with the lad was, that of which has pledged itself to might be plain talk, friends BUT IT IS ALSO PLAIN FACTS.:
neon many Important discoveries of In Naples itself we found much to he had a cruvine{ for reading yellow\ do something big for the town encil
the ancient city, which have been lying attract all of us and to instruct thoseof back norelH. fit1 had I no particular year for ten years. In 192], the legion The merchandise, prices and service offered the Kissimmee purchasing
buried-in the ashes of Vesuviusfor us who would be instructed, und) aversion to I'chooIt\ was merely! men laid cut a community park "
the paintings yet remain along a nearby river. 'To make an public preclude and excuses that might be offered for
1850 years; many would have lingered\ were It hot that going to school interferrod with
on the walls of the ancient for the sight of the banner which out MB 'novel readinyr. entrance, they were forced to cut trading outside! our own city. THERE IS NOTHING TO JUSTIFY -
baildingt and are still\ in good condi- mainmast' flew-Homeward Boundl Meeting the lioy. Prof. Sinclair through a great, rocky ledge. By cooperation -
also and for the greater part him of \pent members and citizens SUCH ACTION AND STILL WANT TO BE KNOWN ASA :,
tion We find Gibraltar much BH 1 before said to : "I forbid you to tea to
are intensely interesting to the mod- -the Prudential silo still lackin-( )-.'- school tomorrow. Don't worry, I'll the roadway was cleared t LOi'AL KISSIMMEE BOOSTER.
ernvisitor.. It may be of interestto "I'Ut more beautiful than rr M'CUUK make it all right with the truant of- through at a cost of $65. Engineershad ...-
note that every building anj land. ] it is home. Instibd of finer. home and read novelsall estimated the work to call for an
on the way Slay your The furniture! stocks of our city, the clothing drug, hardware
mark mentioned {In the "Last Days of being, thijr time, our first for' 4'ii 1 you want to. What kind do you like expenditure of $1.000.()
Pompeii" are still intact and easily 'port it is our last ?fI doe' '.'lot hvHt? Stones' of NuBjret Gulch, eh? Rhode' Island-and- Iel:-werethe bakery, auto, shoe/ jewelry, building supply, household, millinery

i recognized! though it has been nearly which we once scornedtr .1.', uiy| Well. I'll H'-e that vru get all you wantof I pmallest states in the area of the Union photo, (electrical plumbing, tailoring, and in fact, almost every ,
mo hundred years since its writing. |the 1 pinnacle of hope: w, rt mbi r them. Try and load several a
lend all other states in contributions class of merchandise service' to be found elsewhere is herein
while or ,
to imagine, "
It i" : h "
very rallY only the beauty in that wh t >vi hi. day ,
to the fund which the American
standing amongst the ruins of Pompeii | left .behind, while 1 we PI' f"' Jl I if The ladiii d..lithtl.d. Hut in I Legion is raising to provide for the such degree and sufficiency'as to make Kissimmee a trading /
just the consternation and chao. Iwh.I' |with us, the ugly| ) in Ih.t: A ,i'i, > ahave HI.111)'" In- found his freedom unat- decoration alligiaves
\h reigned on that l Last Jay-onl' found. Vet I n"f' t 1.... 1iacti\e. He no longer eared keenly I permanent of annual dead according of center able to supply your every want and AT MONEY-SAVING

'.1'1'" YeHuvius's proud head from all titatment. Possibly if OP, l' III l far the l looil-and-lhunder' literatuie.l..iKtrx . ,! Robert II.overseas! nationa'ticaxurci. FIGURES.
to Tyndnll, Legion
w parts of the city, and it does not re-I| Peifection itself h<- would! 'i< t' ;\*,tats tions against it being/ removed ,-

1 quire great mental Hiram to pic- I it until it was left ln-.m -.. d.-,,' '.ie'u j hot lost interest because lie no longer The Legion has. received more thin Realize the truth of this statement,; friends', and resolve deep
t Hnppy in that oftirrK' >; ". ..y h" /led' nriy law to violate. Ho wanted
happened. contributions the
$100.000 in to graves down in hearts to be 100 cent Loyal Kissimmee Citizenby
i regained! Let ui hop : '( '> 1 hit by the fruit as IonIC an it wax. forbidden ; endowment fund.! Donations continue your a per
We also visited Herculaneum, whichwas returning to the'nlll" Sta'o. ..ml,, ititihen i . no longer forbidden it lost its to uiiive at national headquarters I !being 100 PER CENT LOYAL TO ITS COMMERCIAL. PROFESSiONAL
also dcfttroye-i at the same time, I to Kissimmee within: h.p t'lj.'' '. two tfttractivenenH. i i }
I have conducted
from hich
posts v.; campaigns .
though in much different manner months will alt b, have the "nn AND MANUFACTURING INTERESTS.This .
a we jucliNiJ i/I You seen ( paycholo y in connection with the observance -
instead cf fairly malleable coating *>i\t I / .
the There's
a having cherished ihirph \ i fwrate with jf-rown-iips. an of Memorial Day. The national
of /ashes, Herculaneum/ is covered toa there in no other placeo geode old saying about fOI hi.Hl'n fruit campaign. will close when the sum of means PROSPERITY, Civic Advancement and hitting the

depth of 'sixty feet by hardened la-I Sinceiely yours' meting the Rweetost. $200.000 hns |been mixed. Attainment line that helps to retard our civic progress-AND HITTING IT
\a. This lava, which is being removedby i, LOYAL L. LA NT. When whiskey could be bought at of this will
quota remove unymth..r
exploring parties, is used! throughout U. S. S. Kane, care 1'1.: ., :-i.w-; \ wk.' !DO I cents the ./quart the average family ( necessity for appeals for fun' s HARIJl\
Naples for paving the streets. It - ,---.- wouldn't have it in the hou e. Now '
I to decorate/ overseas graves duringthe
xeeim very queer to enter and inspectii that the buying of nhinkey for bvcure '
fONFEKENCK:\ ; (I N HI< HWA" coming years, according to legion
building such us the Forum at Herrulaneum i nEAl'TIt'\\(' \TW ( put poses is i illegal I, and Its officials. :
knowing that the entire ,, price 1 so l high i that possession of it indicates -
heighth to the surface above it was I II. The directors of the Fiorina .>' :vrl- the "i>eruniary hOIl... ific" or It is proposed by certain membersof BANK OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA
,I., once a liquid but now as hard itS flint. I opment Board have mate pr 5)Tr{irjnry ability to pay. the same a"eralfam.- the American Legion that the r
Our visits! around Naples included plant for the calling\ of H.tat* wide ilv seems to consider it a "cute" birthday of Theodore Roosevelt, for COUNTY HARDWARE CO.
Capri, with its marvelous!! grotto an:I | matting to be held in Orlando probably lichievment to l>e able to serve a hijrhball. mer \president, become a national holi
caverns: I"chia, noted for its wines; in October, for the i>xirpo,.;e of I day. This sentiment was expressedin .I Deposits InsuredL. Hardware & Furniture ,
fond Sorrento a dcliehtful summer rp. 'discussing highway beautification, including A. the popular sonar ran, "For when : a recent resolution adopted by
mtrt of the wealthy Italians. Also Terre elimination of unsightly signs: you get what you want you don't Masonic Post of the American Legionin Cashier ''
Annuniiatti, the seat of the mac- and the planting of trees and flower want it at all." Chicago which memcralized Pres- H Gedgc I Kissimmee '-1'

aronimoklnatmde, where we were In a few of the counties there are Tracing this deeper into psychology dnt: Harding! and Illinois members of
initiated into the secrets of the manufacture ,highway be nitt location! cwnnviffsionri you realize that the average i individual . congress seeking recognition of the ,
cf this delicacy. I in advance. of the statewide. .n1\'t'tS1\t' la a philosophical anarchist date' Roosevelt's' birthday in October '
We were granted two days leave to i I tt. heart, and; that Ite baton rentric- 27, and the legion men seek the com- The LAKE INN
FRED S. GILBERT VIEW
visit Rome; and found it all too short; I Approximately I.2WO civilian air- lions -cf', any sorts If you doubt memoration of the ''anniversary ."to ,,,
.we left with the firm contention thatno planes are in use in this country. In this'just look up a "fresh paint" sign respect; the greatest; American of the Rooms 'and '
visitor could possibly. see Homo as 1923 there were 122 accidents of and see how few 'people can resist twentieth century." ApartmentsMrs. .
it should be seen in less than a month. which 69 were fatal. touching the paint with their fingertips Haberdashery, Shoes Evans
-- - ---- When hazel Perry, lit: lost her life M. A.
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--- -- - We III", in an attempt to save her threeyearold -
ate hidinj! people as Broadway : Kissimmee KissimmeeLYLES
long aa the law restricts others not brother from death under the
ourselves. Fortunately, mOlt laws wheels cf a speeding train in Oliver. r
are made for the minority- chronic Pa., recently she was paid signal
lawbreakers being in the minority. honor by American Legion members

The real reasonfor Most of UR are decent citizens, don't jn<' Boy Scouts. The girl and her WENNER SAWYER V. STORY CO.
b'oth..r'w'r in automobile
need anv laws, !brit the mischievousinner ( passengers an -
stalled\ the tracks. As the COMPANY
self says: "Touch the paint on
If you keep this in mind you will trcin approached, she threw her little Dry Goods, Shoes,
buying Columbiasthey enli/e: the vital handicap of the prohibition brother to safety' but lost her Books, Stationery, Clothing
law. The dry fight in not own life. At her funeral, an Ameii-
HO much against liquor, as against. can Legion/ f firing ';quud and u bugler GiftsBroadway KissimmeeFor
full military rites for the hero Kissimmee Broadway :
last longerThe forbidden fruit.-Tampa Ti Inca. have :
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largest laboratory, devoted to Only l leeds Count Due to the efforts, of American Legion

Just do things and llon't talk about members, Minnesota veteransare
dry cell research, experiments contin- them. This is the great secret of sue enaoled to borrow two-thirds of MACH BROTHERS all kinds of .

uously to make them "last longer." rex in all! enterprises.!! Talk means the total appraised value on approved GARAGE PRINTINGcome
discussion; discussion means. irritation farm lands, up to 1,000.: ( under the
Columbia Hot Shot or Columbia : irritation means opposition; and state Ruial Credit Act. The feature Nash Cars Hood Tires to the
the bill which this. ,
of privilege
provides -
opposition means hindrance always,
Ignitors are "right" for your needs. whether you are right or wrong.-Undetitified. for veterans was supported by I KISSIMMEEVALLEY

That's why people have the habit of the legion..- -_ ,._ _--- __ Broadway \: KissimmeeS. I GAZETTE

asking for Columbias. Falsehood's Many Faces
If falsehood had like truth'but one

Columbia Dry Batterie for all purpose are sold fARts- 1 face only we would be upon better HAGERMAN PHIPPS BROTHERS
SUMMER EXCURSION terms: ; for we should then take the I L.
hardware and electrical and
by general stores, auto contrary, to what the liar says' fcr GARAGE-
supply chops garages and implement dcalcrc.Columbia. FROM ain tiuth; hut the reverse for tI
KISSIMMEE.I I lath a Innulicl figures, and is a (cer-j The Peoples' Market
indefinite without bound or First Class 'YorkGuaranteed

Montaigne. '. II I
I Broadway : Kissimmee
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Tickets on sale daily to : I

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:-OHVO;; .I, : 411B.I.TDIIIIU J' After Every Meal

; GU.t;(
__ j M. KATZ'S SONS
Dry Batteries 1'lII.AIIEI.I'IIL'I\ GRAYSTONE HOTEL _

: ATLANTIC"m:/ ( ''ik-.f iiNKV 1 Commercial and Goods and

-they last longer I : : YOKK <:! ..HHOS'ION .... WR2GlE : Tourist Dry To-Wear Ready-

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II ': *' l HI<> ------ I f nivu. Hen Baird
:NIIIAI': (; HA I 1'\1 I 1.- 1 Kissimmee
Broadway :
I MOVIHK.M.: : !.I''W:: Chew your food I SJroadway : Kissiinmee i I Iv

i !POKTI.AN'I: ), :MK :IL-o, < ,well then useWRIGLEY'S I -

. J :"!. I HKS'TON::: HAKI'.oK 7; !'Jsr .. I I
+:: to
i-\ii. !''i.!in.,
ASIIEYII.IE; .:i'JO! 1 aid digestion.It Come To The STANLEY'S'

HK\'IKKSON'VIiiK;: : ) ; :: :W.I';< ') also keeps RIVERS' BLOCK PHARMACY f

SAN: KKANCISCO; \!: ( h ilX2:!( : the teeth clean
Phone 41
I II I PORTLAND; ORE. 14:>,0;> breath sweet The Center of Town, i

. I and many other Eastern 1 appetite keen. I' For Your Trading Kissimmee : :FloridaR.

?s ; CRY Ox1Gtntf ,
and Western points. Thm Great American

; a; -ytr< -l bf/g1t1M J ;t Stop Overs permitted' Sweetmeat

riot DAYSON'S HOTEL S. FLOYD ,
For Schedules, reserva-
and CAFE
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i t'! KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE INEW MANAGER JOnI A CHANCE TO FOR ATTEND TWO, COLLEGES I DRAINAGE MEANS SUCCESSThe 'is -:----I -I\ -

I I FOIl FLORIDA FAIR value of drainage enforcedthis
\ ,\ (Continued from PHU. One year by the unusually wet; weather .' '

THE KISSIMMEE 1 UUBLISHED VALLET BT aAzEDrivi E Intensive Campaign To Be Conducts I basis of professional,. fitness' of the that has prevailed since ApriL An "
students them. intelligent system of drainage, costs That
holding
: nY, FRIDAY To Have All Counties Entered In.November onderfuIFeeling
Section 5. Students holding such some money to install, but the. expenditure
l' KIB uuml!:. 'J.'LQIU A. ..,, ; Fair At Jacksonville
-...:..' scholarships shall bes required to execute is' returned with inteies in ..
j '. 'W .w.. U. HAnrilS AflNKNV iiM. __-tO-.'. '..'''.. t An"' intensive ,oninpaiirn toward,! so' their notes for all moneys appro' such a season as this time! when one'*: .'*... .
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I,- .' ALL1SUN' T. KHISNCH-__..!.-1.-KJUoi t curing representative county agricultural [triated for them and these" notes shall neighbors are -in despair!! because ot .
and horticultural exhibits from be.,. considered satisfied! 'and be cancelled their ruined crops. Dry season ..may. ..-:. '
OneCopy 1'I11I""nll"'J'IU' _HATK.1! all sections 'of the step for the fail by the President of the respective succeed the installation of drainage .

OnOor V.', nap Mix: Month Year -' '__|1.00 2.((l lOne ( 'I,in November will be efiie of the first institutions when such students, and may.aeem to suggest that'the-ex. Is there any feeling.quite go good as to, real-
y Copy, Three Montlyi--T-:_ ,B(u undertakings on the program 6f the give evidence of }having taught for penditure was wastful but the same-

I organization that is now sponsoring two years in Florida after graduation. means of removing surplus water ize that you have money ahead ? And money -
(Entered in the po tofllcn nt KlaolintntMt l ,
soil be used for irrigationif ,
Flm-vln, as neeunitclass innttir.'JAll ) the activities of the Florida Section 6. This act shall become ef from may
I ---- State Fair at Jacksonville. fl'ctiveJuly 1, 1923. the right system is employed. of own that have saved:
oommunlcnt lotifl! from authorized of dl ain- your money you ]
,. except I .Already number ot counties have By an intelligent system
.. 1 ., ,unified i their willingness to come in The regulations governing age we mean tile drainage laid: with
t'oI! by 'the wrlti that do with
yourself can
i ftejool. matter will< l h o returned Itt and space has been reserved for of these scholarships, as promulgated "stations" whereby water may be supplied I money you as
oall'J for them in the exhibit building at the by the State Board of Education to the roots in case of drougot.
? Start Account and
fair jfiounds. An optomittk- outlook are as follows: Tiles ]laid on a plan of connection with') you }please a Savings :
I i rf' rel,," Adertr.tnp; l'.or..entttiiTMI ; -- for one of the biggest und! most rep. 1. If there is more than one applicant .
.. AVRK'AMPHfV.. tSSOCIATtON-_I resentative displays. in the way of ) for the same scholarship, the t super-fluous get that Wonderful Feeling.

a" FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1923 county exhibits that has ever been latter shall be awarded on the basis la ditch which will. carry it off the land
staged at the .state fair is held by of a competitive examination; provided will afford a means of escape for the
I, the members of the fair board. 'that the high school Inspector, the I unnecessary water which otherwise

ANOTHER FORWARD STEP With the purpose of staging a fair county; superintendent of public instruction might drown the soil, and| will also
that will be a real stimulus for the and the chairman of the supply air to the roots which' need<< it
The chairman of the local chapter growth of the agricultural/ horticul- ]hoar! of public instruction shall recommend as much as do the tops of the plants.

of the American Red Cross has call- I tural and industrial resources! of the that such candidateshavf' the The chief damage done by floods is Merchants and Farmers BankOF
this afternoon at .state and with the idea of a truly educational qualifications prescribed in section 1 that the air is driven out of the satu-
>d! meetingfor
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law.
their of the
fair paramount in riijted: .soil and the roots are "drowned.
the Chamber of Commerce to discuss minds the fair officials have this year 2. The questions for the examinations ."

-L an important question. The subject i earnestly begun a work which they shall be based on the following: Ditch drainage will help, providedthe KISSIMMEE -
i T under consideration will be that of (I confidently! believe will in time make Four years of work in High School ditches' have outlets which will

; ,, organizing the various organisationswhich | the Florida exposition one of the English i, one year in High School Algebra I I lakeare) / of the water which runs.. "A HOME INSTITUTION"
'leading state' fairs of the country. one year in Ancient History into tlitm from the soil. But some
/ are doing relief work. ',I Having secured the service ofI and one year of American history and persons seem' toi think they have done
.- Such organization is a step in the I Manager R. M. Striplin of the threat Civics. The (competitor for a scholarship -I'I all that is required if they lig ditches,

right direction. Too much so-called 1 1"I' ,I Southeastern Fair at Atlanta the who makes the highest average ,,even blind .snag, through the land and
_J "charity" consists in handing out 'Jacksonville officials believe that they grade on the examinations in the ;i laterals leading into them. Yet common -
'worse by i have one of the most competent and above named subjects shall be awarded tunse! should teach 'them that the
something to eat, or doing
I experienced fair men in the country. l said scholarship. I water In the 'soil can descend no lower .
doling out money to be spent, the 'The' new manager has already taken 3. I If there is only one candidatefor than the level of the water standing --'-

donors know not how Nothing I'charge of the work in Florida and, is a scholarship. from, the county, the I in the blind,] ditches. Such ditches ooo oooooo ooooo"0*oooooooo ooooo o

wrong in that, in itself. But such going rapidly ahead with the plant high school inspector, the county superintendent meie lame attempts at drainage, + 4
relief. It for the 192.! :! exposition.The of public instruction, and I are not at all uncommon. Even:: whereat RIGHT GLASSES--NOW
temporary
help is purely I agricultural, horticultural and the chairman of the hoard of public I all effective their action is slow. .
is not constructive. !It does not tea'chllle livestock exhibits will the instruction shall pass upon the qualifications .
occupy Another feature pointing{ to the superiority i
recipient to help himself. It does first place in rank of importance at prescribe'! in Section 1, of of the tile over ditches is to Will preserve your eyesight for the future

not fix a responsibility which frequently the fall this year. The fair was or- the law and make recommendations to be found upon an examination of the We fit you correctly,attractively, satisfactorily :
ti could be fixed upon people gani/ed I primarily for the development the state superintendent of public inMtrution tl'xtUI'of the soil over a system of Phone '
for
and! according for appointment without ex- ; today an appointment
,who'should accept the responsibility. of these interests tiling. The .soil that has been saturated i
to' a report issued from Manager amination. for any length of time is foundto
Striplin's office, the committee has 4. Examination for scholarships be denseand even sour. Where the W. E. SANDERSON CO. i
: !changes : rl'somono! than ever to push the .shall be held. on the first. Thursday. in water is allowed to escape through

anybody with a big heart and a liking educational end of the fair to the June, of each year at the county sent the joints of the tiles and may even wa o-ooobo0o4 -c-> <-o c oc
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to get interested in other people's limit. The fair then of course will of each county, under the supervision seep through their sides where porus
1 be, first an educational institution, of the county superintendent upon the soil is friable at all times, even -
affairs, was looked upon as a "social but the amusement end will not be questions prepaiei I in the office (ifi I when damp. It is lively, owing to the -t
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worker." Today that condition i is of 'the the state superintendent of public in-
i overlooked and one greates'and I \' of air The roots of the
I changed. Trained social workers are most diversified entertainment struction. 1 1I pants penetrate it readily and absorb

as much professional people as are programs that has ever been presented I 5. The papers of applicants for I the "soil !soup", their liquid nourishment HOTEL |

the members of the medical and ]legal in the South will be arranged by at all times; but, their functions -
Manager Striplin. are suspended while the soil is FOIIHKHI.r '\INn,- 1'\\1 1t I
fraternities. They are physicians of The dates for the next fair have Committee of three of the faculty of saturated.

I the social ills. ,; been set for November 15-24. that institution ; the papers of applicants Except on slopes of .sufficient gradient DINING ROOM NOW OPEN | I

One reason why the change came for scholarships in the University to insure thfr..e run off of :
the which carried FORD! SELECTS GEORGIA TECH of Florida shall be graded" by a the rains, the climate of Florida calls. REASONABLE: RATES
is because money IAFOH:'; SPANISH MANAGER:.; committee of three of the faculty 0'I for some diamage such as will facili- J. t:. KDMONIieiN! ; '.r..rlrt.r $ I
on social work was donated.! Some ire Uni\ I ?
Sam Murray a graduate of the [I -sity. tate the escape of superfluous waterin "'110:0.:.; .: 221 : : : : : KISSIMMEE. FLORID
communities are seriously considering Tech ,d.; Students failing for two con ; such seasons as this has been. ;
School of Commerce, Georgia t
I levying a tax to cover such expense, has been selected by the Ford Motor >l'(utive months the in: half i of the siii- '' Times Union. I H04HOOOOoMOMOOOoeOOOOOOOO nstitntion
taken of
; considering it as much a part of modem 1 I jests at higher
'1 Company as head of the Fcrd Motor )learning shall forfeit the scholur-; I IJivO'i Ilififfi
civic problems as sanitary meas Company S. A. E. ( Societa Anonni.s '. '. 'she
ship anj be iee, >ired J return
urea When men and women give Espanola) which is incorporated un- amount of the fund used for the rtip- 7.4v <-''<+C-. O 0 t 0 ;; ;;

money they want it to be used properly der the lawn of Spain. ulated expenses.. :
I), Mr. Murray is a native Georgian
7. holder ofI scholarshipmust
Haphazard handing out is nat: and n nephew of Bishop Warren A, register Every either in the Teachers I
proper expenditure. This afternoon's Candler. He graduated from Georgia'
College of the University of Floridaor
meeting should be productive of good Tech School of Commerce in June in the school of education of the

results. It should increase real help 1920. He secured employment with) Florida State College for Woman; BATHING SUITS
the Atlantic branch of the Ford Mo-
and lower the cost. and no change of registration will be t
t -XXX- I tor Company and very quickly rose allowed until after the full amount of
of assistant
to the position manager
previously used for the holder
The latest candidate for public ,, It is fiom'this position that he is being money
from the scholarship fund shall have
favor in Florida's newspaper field is' promoted to the general manager been refunded. f

the Homestead Leader, published at f!I I I ship of the Spanish company. 8. The institution of higher learn 'Ve have just received a wonderful line of them in
the School 01
of
Homestead. It is a bright welledited : The graduates ing shall make quarterly reports to

weekly, and its initial issue demo ,,uniformally Commerce, Georgia successful Tech,in have business.been the State superintendent of Public instruction tr) all the Newest Colors, at $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 the ',. II,.

onstrates that both the editorial and who native of on each scholarship studentto .:t t
Every graduate was a :

1 mechanical departments are in capable J Georgia: has been employed within quality show of the work scholastic of said standing student.; ..and . \ rt'/;; ,: SuU. Every Day, i'n Every Way Ve are doing more, I"r, jr, I
time since ,
the state at gradua-
and experienced hands, containing] some Approved by the State Board of , ,:: ..}i .. . ',. I''. !,\.....
.24'pages of interesting tion.During Education, June 8, 1923, .,.,f Buslness..., '. "\'- ' . \ '. n. \ ', . J''
closed '
the current .
ter interspersed with reading.mat-I)I.one Georgia concern year alone just, called 'on, W. S. qA: WTHON. ; 1
Secretary and State Supt.
advertisements. B. E. Archer is the the institution for fifty-five commerce .

editor, Ruby Leach, assistant editor, I) seniors, and there were only fifty in The first examination will be held MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY HACK ,

the class.JEWELL. Tuesday, July 17, 1923.
and Majorie Leach Archer, business 1s

manager. I TINDALL KILLEDAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ASKS (

AUTO TURNS TURTLE COMMISSION FOR MORE \DATAIn .
CITRUS GROWERS PLEASED AT ---
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GEN BLANDING'S APPOINTMENT I Jewell Tindall was drowned Friday response to the request of the FRED S. GILBERT '
a -- night about midnight at the side of Chamber of Commerce at last week's :

I r, Tampa, June 21.-Citrus growers the fill crossing Lake Tohoptkaliga, meeting that the bulkhead-street fund
"j from all parts of the state in Tampa a shot distance east of the bridge. election be postponed in order to allow KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

<: to attend various meetings of the 1 HP and Buck Gibbs were returning, more time for investigation, a letter ;1I
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j Florida Citrus Exchange, express Kissimmee from the directoin of Saint was read at Wednesday's .meeting, 'i
themselves as highly pleased by Governor Cloud when they ran off the bank an.\I II \ from City Manager" Doughten, in
Hardee's appointment of Gen. I turned over. Gibbs managed" to ex- which the commissioners offered the

;' t A. H. Blanding, of Leesburg, as a I tract himself from under the car an'I II chamber complete control of the II i 4444fi4-hc401: 44b44v'YOOt4Pi"4 S40a'CYC"44'4 11
member of the state board of control. I came to town to, notify Sheriff ,Far.i hedge and dredge personnel to make J'
Gen. Blandmg succeeds John B. 'Sut- I mar who accompanied him to the such tests as they saw fit. S,
ton, of Tampa. His appointment was scene of the accident.I Pat Johnston was in favor of accepting -
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t made but a few days ago. I I Turning the car up to its side Slierlif the offer provided he wan as-
In addition to their important duties Farmer found the body of young sured that no other money would be
J, in relation to the state's educa- Tindall whose right side wits pju"iIvrcd spent from the bulkhead fund eluiing
the bottom of the ditch the time the test was being I'f
tional institutions, members of the I on under -
board of control also function as the water. With the assistance of and expressed himself as made'l
state plant board and in this connection 1 I Fred Phipps.. who accompanied the committee to assume charge

h i, K come more closely into association | sheriff to the scene, the body was dredge]i tests. if assured on that
with (citrus interests than prrb- dragged" to the road and later rJI'J\- other points. The matter was finally I .1
.. ably any other (board of the Florida ed 'to the undertaking parlor of J. left with a request for information
ge>v rnment. i W .Thompson. Funeral services were 011 the points raises 1 by Mr. Johnston./ I SOME PLACE[ TO GO

J(, .: While the previous high personnelof held from tB" family home in Wtst .Sam I I., Lupfer Jr., was named
',' the board of control has been in IKissimmeeSunday( afterno-. the 'de-gate! ], to a Reel Cross conference I ;
: 1- the main quite satisfactory to the Rev Berry of Orlando: offic tatinv. Friday afternoon, in response to a request I ,
grapefruit and ornnge\ growers, the Tindall leaves. a widowed mother! from 1. M. Willson chairman :
:' a selection of Gen. Blanding a mum- I Mrs.! Rosa Tindall.' und, an o'elcrbiother. '! af the local chapter of the Red Cross, I I 1
I .',' I her gives direct recognition to the I Grover.1' - ---- -

e'' 3 S', Florida Citrus Exchange for the first I Sheriff Former placed, iibhs; in jailon U REE: tinGES GROWERS . I,
10 KEEP GOING; ; STRONG lilt
intoxication
..t time. an charge. 't'' 6'" h
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i S.; Arc getting back to nor- I
,:, r in Baitow, is of the CLAY AND THOMAS
; now manager
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nalcv in Osreola county since his return -
I (: Highlan-l" ( Lake county ) and Marion-' iKV; HEO \ENCY; from the Tallahassee party Drive to Loughman and try our j:

; ,i County Sui)-Ex'hangeM, with head- I Clay and Thomas- --are- the latest 1 Jilitions dropped: into town tu. pay up a small Ice Cream and
Soda
Water
(,uiarters at l.eesbuig. Ills worK for to the local who havenirncirs balance' ] on his stock in OsceolaGroweis the best
the Florida Citrus Exchange has beenproductive trainees

::;-..: territories of under.splendid his results direction In both this announce for high t this class week automcihi'e"Thcv t the-ir. f'lfl--. ', look( occasion, Inc.to early deplore this the week action, and ofthe I of service and in a cool, clean store. ..

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senate in letting the hill to' control j ..
season having shown material nations( with the Kcihi'itsun-:Me Ke-e-
m- marketing, die "ItVft a good !lull, ," i!
Motor of ksonwlk' and
.. in fruit Company I i
volume handled
,1 \ i the crease.or/l'anlzati"n> by Orlando to represent them in Kiim he said coni-nission"It would men have from preventeddishonest doing I We also have your size in the f
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1: No officer who served in the World mee with Ke-o c.irs /
: 1 f war Is more pi(.pular with Florida veterans I I II Touring cars and trucks will bee I h i.Mness in the .state. The growers Famous Perfection Finley Tires
S need all the encouragement they can or j'
.J h"h than Jen Blanding. He entered featured and they will he' prcp.ireel, to' ; :
1 1I demonstrate either One of the features 1 J..l.t. The life of the county depends I
; s the war aa colonel of the Second -
Cost You Less.
which ( n oranges, r cattle and truck in!!. I they -
they are especially >
I Floiida Regime-lit and IVMth:! Infantry, e nthusiastic i
:' M : later being raised to the rank .of over is that which provides want to see tw growers go ahead and ,.
brigadier-general.! His brigade play a bond to the buyer that Jill put in more strawberries and more t,
'I parts for the It..o'an I secured locally fall crops. When we get the volumeto
ed a large part in the breaking of > -
ship we'll find lots of difficulties
at the Orlando This present
the Hindunhurg line in northwestern or aife-ncy "
;101 France. I service feature they say is one" of will pass away. d
-- their strong" talking" points of a car Mr. Acree says that owing to the t,
bright outlook for the cattle
with a service recor. industry
ADDITIONAL LOCAJ.S.J.
1 lie will not have time to do much
THE FLIRT WILL BE trucking himself, but will devote his a
\ E. Montgomery and family, and
r.. ;I l their guest, !Mrs. Hayer, of Tampa HERE--]NEXT- MONDAY:.; \ that time to the cattle,truck and growers citrus. continue He urged in THE EVERGLADE CYPRESS CO.

j I visited St. Augustine this week. It Manager Jordan of the Casino an- their line and greatly increase the ,
,! ; i is reported that "Dad" took a dip in nounces the feature "The Flirt," for volume of products from Osce-ola '
.1 gold Ponce's fabled fountain. next Monday and Tuesday. He a
prom- county.

.' ,-* Donald G. Spain of Jacksonville, ises an interesting prologue in music .. LOUGHMAN FLORIDA ;r p pr
e"' 1 arrived in Kiisimmee Wednesday to and singing, presented by two Kii- Dr. W; O. Lemasters, Secretary of ,
simmee singers which he the Christian Education
says will Movement,
.
r liev. the various members of the'fOrc
I >t the Bank of Osceola County.'1,nuke everybody aing. reports' that more money has been received '.\\.W'; v
educational
v +rhile' they tau their vacations. i READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE: this month on than last month pledges fo far

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4 Official Bulletin of daily tern. 1

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Eat at Dupont'a Cafe. Mr and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker have Friday. June 15.88 72 -..00.o.8aturdtr7r.June 0

tt1 returned from Michigan; 16..89 71 .21 41
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Cars and Trucks)
Mm. J. W. Trafnmcll is days only. Sunday, June K.92 69 .00 4' Touring
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Just
a teachers' summer' school at Goodrich a few you can buy a Monday, June 1889 72 .37 4 4
Tennessee. 30x3Ktire- atGilbert'sServIce 4- June 70 .00.
vile Tuesday 19.88
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- I Station, for $11.00. WedVJay June 20.88 72 .13 4> ,
Long cloth 18c; at McCAULEY'S. Are now being shown and demonstratedIN
4- i.86.
I Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy, of Thursday June 21..85 69

Miss Mary Frances Whittamore of Saint Cloud were Kissimmee visitors 4 Readings are made.. 6:00 p. 4

Hickory Ie visiting her uncle and aunt, I yesterday. m. for the preceding twenty-four KISSIMMEE -
4 hours. + .
Mr. and Mrs L. B. Tyree. ]
Mrs. Fred Gilbert returned to KU- < ALLISON T. FRENCH. .

Auto For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- I sommee Monday from the Orlando 4 Co-operative Observer 4 OO.OHOOO 'OO.

mull Phone 41. 26-tl hospital and is rapidly convalescing. 4 4 4 4 4:4: > 4 44t> 00004'OO00


L. B. Tyree and family ar? moving Mrs. Paul Weaver'and two children, Before You Car Truck

to Orlando this week and will be loca- of Jacksonville is visiting her par- L. U. Zimmerman manager: of Buy 8L or .

ted at 111 South Lake Street. ents Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Bryan. Conn's Department Store at Saint

Cloud, was transacting business in
The new Ideal Bakery will be oner. The new Ideal Bakery will be open Kissimmee Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Investigate Past Performances Available Service

and ready for business about the mid and ready for business about the middle Zimmerman are planning a trip to .

dle of next week. C. W. Got>tIa., of next week. C. W. Goetba Pennsylvania later in the summer,

proprietor: proprietor. and will spend several weeks visiting OH-OOOM

points of interest in that state.
Mrs C. E. Hilton went to Tampa 1 Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Denning have

Tuesday on a business trip in connection returned from Bradentown, where EPWORTH LEAGUE GIVES The R.eo Sells Upon its Record

with her school of ..commerce.Biir Dr. Denning/ attended the dental con DINNER, TO THE PASTOR

vention. .
i Values in towel sheets and A chicken supper was given in honor -' and Features

HheetW/ McCAULEY'S.! Mrs. Edgar Katz left Kiffimmeelast of the pastor, Dr. W. C. Norton; of Upon its Service
I
night, for the Orlando General the First Methodist '' .. ..
church laitt .. .. .
who has been ...
Miss Lucy Lupfor Hospital where she will undergo an "
Friday night at. the Methodist Bungalow -

visiting month returned in the Carolinas to Kissimmee for the Satur-past operation.A. by the Epworth League socie PROVED DEPENDABILITY MINUS GUESSWORK MEANS-A REO

ty. About twenty people were present .
Rancid Sanford merchant
day. -- in Kissimmee, "isltinA.{ was. to enjoy the supper and the remarks \
Wednesday \ / cf the speakers. After talks A CAR OF QUALITY
s Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. Kminer, and attended the meeting of had
been heard from Dr. and Mrs.
office. 14-tf
Harris. Gazette the Chamber of Commerce.Mrs. : .
Norton, Katheiine' Tiller picsident' of 4Mn\4444440 4O'OOO'ooooooo'ooo".o'o.oo

Miss Vricillai'obmer of JackHonille 1>. B. Gray, of Okeechobee, is the League. Miss Thelmu Woodall, s:

\" is visiting ip Kipsimiree as the visiting in Kissimmee with her mother Mrs. Mae Swain Miss Jeanette GI if- /

guest of her sister, Mrs. George P. Mrs. Dora Lee, and family, tt tin, arid Raymond. Raney the remainder Robertson McKee Motor Company

iiam-tt. their Clyde avenue residence.Mrs. I of a'CI')' enjoyable eveningwas
I spent in games and music.

Quality shows in' Holeoroof nilkIIIIHC A. W. Winn and :Mae Winn i --- --. JACKSONVILLE STATE DISTRIBUTORS ORLANDO
$1 to $:U. MCCAUlJ':Y'S.Miss attended the graduation of Miss NOTICE TO SCHOOL; BUS

-- Augusta Winn at the University of I ROUTE CONTRACTORS
Rhea Pherijfo went to Jack-
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last Wednesday
Kentucky at Lexington -
-oMvillf Monday for the week. Sheut'rndVd The Board of Public Instruction of
and the three will spend the
the conference of poatmnstci Ofceola County Florida will receive
.
'' thinShaves.-. summer at Paducah."iitilir.j..'" Mrs.Winn's i scaled bids for furnishing{ vehicles
ci I -
. people. (and! CLAY & THOMAS
-- __ I transporting school children over

ISc; haircuts, 35c; children The bent investment you can make the several school routes of the county -'

_."," at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tI is a ;New York Life Policy. Bt'tter' at the office of the County Superintendent I

Hose dietician a' the I than a savings account. See Sum KiHKimniee, Florida, up to KISSIMMEE REPRESENTATIVECORNER
:Mss Orplia ,
10 o'clock a. m. of Tuesday July 3
14-tfc '
thong General; Hospital. of Orlando, Lupfer. 192.: All bidders must state the 'I CORNER STEWART AND VERONA : : : "

M, iti-il her mother, Mrs. A. Hose, act Mis Ethel Allen i Inow if']Ming' amount of bids per school month and J'2 \

(tin. Park hotel--Saturday.New ilowli the position in thi W..tcn Union the routes over which they propone to'' ...__ . .. :....: .... . : : I Illltt
; York Life Insurance Co., Sam cflice', recently \aoate.) by Many travel. Successful bidders will be required -

1 I. I.upfer local representative. Utfr Spier whose family bus .-' moved to to .sign contracts and give 14'
West Palm Beach. bonds approved by the Board. The ::=:= -. -- - -- -- ---

:Mrs. Kittie Prewitt and Miss Bet- Board reserves the right to reject any SECOND HAND OOODS. bought sold
lie Kurleson of Albany Ala., are The best investment you can make or all bid. and repaired. The Caglno. 44-tl I

Baiting their sister !Mrs. George E. I I is u New York Life Policy. Better Board of Public Instruction, -- --. First-Class Job Work Our

\Davis at 14 Orlando avenue.The I I than Lupfer.a savings account. See 14-tfc Sam 28-2t C. E. Yowell. Co. Supt., KKVKX veil, nnlenilM.MIIOS.: ready land,for juuiter|plow, good mile! Specialty

from c-lty limits. $760
new ideal Bakery will be open __ WOODY ARD !MOVED SKVKItAI. KIVK: ere (,nets Ix-nntlful

i nd ready for business about the mid- Mrs. B. L. Dixon who ho* I been visiting land InHldirltv 11 in I m. I 111" per acnKHVotnlili' _. ._ __ _ no __ _ _____.
in Kissimmee for the fix I have moved woodyard from of
,'le of next week C. W. Goetha. pant my terms payuleul.
months as iruests of her :Jaujfhteru, 516 Brack street to 121 Main street, :UL'IU'; farm, pretty corner. land

prcprietor. -- Mrs. J. I D.. Woodbeck and Mr. Gcurjre where I am still prepared to furnishmy milOH fronts from on flee city limits brlrk' ; hl K-roiin hwaf lioune\/,- ..

Miss Anne Shock Icy left KissimmceTuMidav Gardner left Wednesday, for her customers with 120 veneer blocks 4 acres grove. bearing $400l> Tt-rni

for Clearwater where she home in Ostego Michigan'. 15-inch delivered for $3.15; 12-inch on Ilir.Od.IZtl The of
blocks $2.95. Split for stove-wood. A.ItE'" Rood orange land 40 acres Joy Building
will visit month before returning: to
a ..
In grove, about half In hearll Ht.sl.ot
You. had better hurry only a few guaranteed full strand 15-inch
her home in Lowell, for the vacation. ; for 'reasons for elllnK. Come denl
left. 30x3'4 Goodrich tires for $11.00 $3.35; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your direct with owner who will make

Ask for information on the New at Gilbert's Service Station. winter's supply now. All delivered. i you a bargain price and favorable
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- Phone 91. J. Bonin. 12tidv. trrma of pa>'m..nt.IX .
ROOM east front modern home
;
District County Agent E. W. Jenkins -
14-tfc
fer. tcurawi2: blorks from foilrt house
with his wife and daughter, square. owned by lion-reeldenl. .
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Katz and Mr. stopped over in Kissimmee Tuesdayfor Knap nt 2J6l.( I I
and Mrs. W. J, Steed have been dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. 1 KOOM HOUSK. Rood sited lot,- fXZS.
He assisted Mr. Wilson Small cavil payment balance like. :1'1.r
spending several days this week at Wilson. at rent > ldent .
paying : non-r<" owner.
the Ocean Breeze hotel. at Coronado the meeting of the Saint Cloud Boys 40 ACKIOH UANU to exchange for city i:1it : \}
Beach. Citrus Club and Inspected some property, will give or take difference. ; ,j<< ,

at'Ashton.' Come to so,,_ua (or exchanges or ";" ,,' } : '. ,
groves btarrroaina In realty-of aJI kinds..1:1EI1MON "",,'; r." '\' '. "
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Fast color bungalow aprons $1. i 1' HI0.4L.TV CUMHAM I" .
New irlnarham dresses, $2.98. Call at i Florida Sanitarium and Hospital rtsr .

McCAULEY'S Drygoods. Orlando. Florida. Medical Surgical FOR RENT

Maternity; Capacity 100 pat'ent" _
Mrs. A. J. Conrad left Wednesday Equipment modern rest diet, physiological I'oK HKNTNicely: fuinljili.il liouaconi'fotirtli ,
night for rhiladeloh'ia. and otfcer therapeutics. Unexcelled in FOR SALE block of ground: Rrnruorichicken .
points to spend the 24-tf -- yards: flue shade: wide
Pennsylvania the Southeast. --- --- --- -
summer. She expects to return in WJIV PAY RENT'-I.+(rgc home. IDHI-\ pore Iies. good neighborhood: rl'nsu0able -
rales M V. Buyer x
October. Dolph Walker and S. L. Lupfer returned In, Rood lot. tine for roomers. Xillullitnli
payment trim* to salt >'JMICnrhHln
to Kissimmee Tuesday from a lit *!inCO. M. \". Rater x WANTED.
The new Ideal Bakery will be open short visit to Green Springs near Robert Riedel Company

and 'ready for business about the mid- Safety Harbor. Mr. Walker expressed : FOR' X.M.K-.Swirl ixitiltu plrute| : "I'or- \\\XTgll-II1'1 with car. to Hill. 10111pliti -
dle of next week. C. W. Goetha. much tii lElic \arletv' $1 1.\11'\ |per tliouuinilIHIIIK . line. high 11 lli lit.( \ tli in aniltubei
himself impressedwith .
being
as .
Hull. ICottt 2. t\lIYII11111.-I, A monvinaktnv |iro|>i Hltlonfor
proprietor. the results obtained there in 2K-2t\ ilther Tllll or part filmKxelu I NOVELTY WORKSHOUSE

-- combatting rheumatism, an.l exp-jcts ------ ---- --- -- Hfve TellltoiSterlliiKW orlli Tlr.
At Gill rt's Service Station for a I'm': 51I.I'2(1I: "utln" i 11,1111. lull I iiiy" k Uulibir .'u.. ,KitHt 1.1"1",1. Ohio
weeks
few days only. ::50x.'tV4: Goodrich tire to return for a two stay. "g1N"1: Mi.I. I'm Leal--Lilting. Htlitl ._ . . :'s-I tx BILLS A SPECIALTYALL
( ) or.' 1'.1 I Mi I'hatltr2lilfo --- - -- -- ---- --
.Fl \\.00.( worth 1315.: Edwin Pound arrived in Kissimmee 1.\lXTINC1-II. mill nutomoblli-H a INTERIOR FINISH

-- last Friday to join Mr,. Pound and ---- ---- specialty. .......1. 311 Moth "I. !tn-If
Miss Sadie Bailey of the Kissimmee Foil .S.M.IO" -liloun: l tinutiln\\, tittup
who have been visiting WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMESWINDOW
Jimmle
baby
postoffire in ,enjoying: month's 1 .I uxl,' IMIU Ite'tlk' Kltllill 4 IUI II1H. IK YOLr do any kind I of fin'in. lit u tn
her absence Emory I Mrs. Pound's parents Ir. and Mrs. front unit 1 l.ark" porches( . MliiplnKIMilih Flot'Ida j ou should. read The Vii "rand
vacation. During J. R. Gilbert, for I'vc'aoPeks.] Thev ulrr lauii,. I1< v\liiu, \\ tU.th.ulc Stork ma". whirl oI..nl"llh clt- AND DOOR SCREENS
Akerman is back at his old stand with : left Tuesday for Live Oak for a visit I ulaM'H| INIIIIIII.I, i.lte iiliuIII ">. rue and. truck fni..mlim. live Block
Uncle Sam. Iusl. 1"! Illl ?>>"..n. fill sob poultry and -- -..- with Mr. Pounds patents before! returning <|UliK" Not nil. Kilull.lV ",,'I1U" sample copy : 2f cents for' thic*
Every day in every way our husiress to their home in Jackson- iii .II M.ililM ,iti. l I' \\ :hurl, (''M 1111.2'2ts. moiithn. ,-n''i lh nri Iptton. $t 'MI, I Phone 216 For Estimates
threePala., 42.OH. Published tic< '
in better. Do you know the reason ville. - -- -- - --- -- "monlh..Id'..'Ns Tit* Knitnt. and,I t Darlington and Halsey Sts. : KISSIMMEE
I
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? Try McCAULEY'S.' 1'lllt S.ti.I'--Ixl.n: li'lx Ill-hint( i li.- l..I. Utnan., No in N.*w nun St II', et.Ineksnns !;
.-- -- Mr. and Mrs. Leo H.Vils..n have \iilion. in tii\\n. t us t.m\c\ IIIMI' ,InII.ill IMn KlorMn' 12-If '
Jchn M. Hughey: anent a short time 1 sold their home at 217: Main: .street t'> I Of. Illltll MM (p.11w1. sl-t| with .-_ - I
;in KiHRJpiniee giwting old friends.Mr. Carl Kherle) of .)Ja, kson, Muhigun. std, \\ .111..- Illl\..l I-. neIIt5. tI'rled,, t 1\\ \VTII; '1'.1' 1 i: \\.itUln4 r, ''n"]. .I, .. .
.IMll. ill nIp1,11 i.nl\ (> i mlm
Ull'l Ii i.t u' UlhU" tiling.' 'n\ \\ i a i : Hiifrhey was returning to his Mr. and MIH. Kherle expert to arnv 1I i"p. fl i"all,I I t Ir.IN IUM\': ti'''In1-. \ T .* in In 'KisHhni. .1 i.,11.1 11 tn
home in I Lakeland from n business. in KiHhimmce about the that of M..iii-n.il, "'II\ --tr ni. \ I <.M,i l I.\. it I I. s also op.o 1dthnr., . .

trip to Orlando. and will! make ..... November __ I I.t '.11))I1(11s t .",i,..., 1 Iv nn11 < \ tr \ \\ tn,. "ml"III '. --, .. : ; ....: :. ;.-; .., '_. ... -r::':: ._' . ...' .. : ':
\ Mil l)1, Ill.lk !hi" I 11dusIIn
'I I i.: \i \ s I' 111. I r: "s I iMIH.i: n. tI HM| ( | < <
--- their winter residence. -. ' .
r. I > \im\ Mel'lillun.. '1,2", > IllM'iit I sll,1! i l.> hK t 1'1.1' Full
The new Ideal Bakery will he open very enthusiastic i over the future o1KiHsimmee I *.,.il ant In K u..d I iimilil 'i.m nut. a )p.tt ". ul 111'H 0nd. ) alu.tl.l. I s.< h'l'l-'| l
I'nd ready for business about the mid- I I and thinks thitt great po'- ,in.. il-. $">. 155 fun vhlp( i' i. II. iimli H* lit Or.,1 .iMi" 111I 'ts Slut, nn. i")fll.M 10..,.
tile next week. C. W. Gocth-t; i \\.or"I1". \\ \\ U Illl:.IIIIK. $ \\ I Ile 11,11\ Tlw.1 I II: \\ ,"t
of I sibilities await the t itv.) Theale \\'a"l 1"\1"\I 1l,. Ha '-II" 1.1 inn, ( *"m';plus. I In':pal t t U1" rit '4'l 1111, ",
prrprletoi. made through the C liapnu.n zeal l IK.. T 2', :
- --- -- --- l I" MM \
---- late firm.METHODIST. l'i|; i\l.l : ,li.in.id i 1,111.1-, I.ni.ilnv.. ... LEST[ YOU fORGET
Lucille Persons and Miss =Nclli / I-
Miss I1, f\ > i i HIM, "a 11 \\ I II: 11.111'1 FOR EXCHANGE
who J 1 tlI'm '
Georgia
Hoo-a:. of AmericuH. '
MISSIO'I: .\HY .. .
-- -- -- .,...
f I
have been visiting the George W. 1'1"1 1:1'-)1N1:5; : pl11p, 'I' 'o.
SOCIETY HAS FINE:' MEET- ': .- \1.1. ,Eats: fm nix p.i'l) ol all p-Mlnu I In piii. ,ill, ''-I' .I1I U1.N11(111' ?
.PJersons family in Kissimmee, wen: I. .11. tin, 1 rl '1- .
I .I t tin MI .1 i s u-e.l I i HIM ( ..' .MI \ i'i.i\i: : i.i II
to Lakeland Tuesday for a week's so ING AT \\ KA1HnKBFKVOne , II/,' .It.. I I \ ,It" I "I T I 1. I Mil." I I 111, ,.II, ,IK I"In l ",8111': 5)11.1)) .I ,III, \
journ. '- IT-IT i ,li, i ,in.,. .ml pi?.p" > i'' In, 1-' 'lit nM -. --.-- -
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of the most interesting, and I'm. : --M.I' v Hdi| mil.i. .-I....,1,ii. r." ", \ >
The leading life insurance companyof I instructive events of the week w. '- I I" i-i f Hi.- I." I'.H m r.-m' . .1 \\ Illl ; aaaraR9.'llr 'B --
M'SCELLANEOUS!
the world New York Life. Sec!' \ ii. Iii ,,rll'N I In r 11'1\' ,11"n?m I I" .1)-I-
the social and literarv meeting o) .
Sam Lupfer, nJ( nt. 14tfcMr. ihe Woman's :Missionary, Society ul l *ill. !,< 11111.1.| tut,,bdul I UIMIll line. .lllp| :1.IUmn:! 1,, .. II 111HIM/ Sol- I I.nl ii' 1'i >r ( -in- uimi If ( .11..,,,i. We u-isli to rctnincl you that !Mihir's Varietorr -
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.. .. . . 'I I'll.i ,nl.. MMI --I I ,11,1 i. .1 TI h, I i. i .
Methodist church hi Id nt t'u fl6g0uu; 'h. .r III.
the dI i i t" i i .i" ,
and Mrs. L. C. Royal arvj < f.i-; .' .,1 Via. IJ i n \> ,Ji,,ii'h .1, II "Hi, f
.iien! of Port Tampa were guests of beautiful, lake front home of Mrs. W. ,in..HI, d.I.. 'I i ""I.il.l.1 ;." I.iill.llni 1 1\ in.4.\ ; : I"l.il-t',. .li n Itoyu0m HM-, I I IH and,. I i in I f Uu.nl1.,,, lit-" ,, Html.i.n'f <> .",- is the J>l'o.l'; t place! to l>tiy your
I: II. Weatherbec, nt Ililhari'p!! Island. % n nd .1 ,in InV; S. ml f (, i ?
and Knti.'Ihtd| 'nlc .11.,1.I I II1seI',1
Mrs .
Mr. "I-
Mrs. parents, .
Royal's . .. .... """'1.1. ll l>\ .1 I 2' llllt-4 fill I 'Il
Th" occasion wa1the memorial; 1 f> ,. .I .1 I \l I I HIM-.in J"-lti .
I I ,
Enamel Ware Toilet and Talcum
,, Soaps
Ira Bass, on Saturday. Th"wi>ri- mm' th' > .i'l\ nlivi \lptI, i 'I i i' ;
to visit Mr.Royal's Belle I n. Bennett found, of the Scnr- :: 1.1'i.., : - I time t', ,ors fJMi' "I'nl.llph l I ton "
their to Sorrento 4
on way F1I1 I: '" ; in loi.n l.rimali.K' .
ritt Bible and Training School. A In1111t1111dn, "" Tin ,fau111011'. i
", IIII1,\ l .Lill1, I, u"1' Klii.t-' *' .: rill . Powders. Jiiit received large
parents. Stoi'klili.l.' N,1; 1" N.\-llin .- I uI i I a shipment
splendid report of the social; service 1..I I I.J I.. 11 .ink. .1IidM. 11 ,'. s In.HIM. I .
.1 I.iel fll. I 1-1 I Id I IIiitni I '
Hl.ll\ .1 I
work done by the Mod..lvVIIS I given .,, \\ .' :-.1. 1,1 l.ix I: ." Sj**1" <
Star Rrand work shoes stnnd thewet ( 'J..,nd, 2'.01k'; - - of Talcum Face Powders and Perfumes.
weather. Solid leather well put by Mrs. John Bronson. Then the program _ _____ : I .; ir \I'I'1.1t 1'1'1(11'1)1( ''rtvVi.ll.e ,

( featured by some Kissimmoegirls I Fill: $,: \i I 1.1'1 l Ft N0 .I.IH.-, \. I.lftot'llll'l ,",1:1II.: ; .
Ask McCAULEY. In <;l\i-n\ That .In
together. , :; li Hi nl
from college! \ lii'lli't ui u1J.and in II1 .
_. returning was gien c(1'I( enll-1 .
-- ,. I ankh. |pal i )II.IHI i uf Tux 1'I rltllrnt' MADE IN FLORIDA
'Ixx.1
in|. II| "I',1 I i ilHotml'li- IMmnf I
as follows Hymn "Spirit of \n= t'l., diit.'il. tin 7(5.11);"' uf June, .\ I Il I IIi
Tuei-
Mr. and Mrs W. W. Baker left I\-I J, N I',,, 1.1.1. i 2i-tfi-: .
Descend;" prayer, by Mrs. J. M. _____ l( 12H.I IIMH (tlleil ..a'd| | II II III. .HiIn iniiflx
day for his old home at Fenton Mich., .... mid h.iinnl... npplifiitlon( fnr'" ''
can, Isaiah 6 1-8; topic "Obedient Felt: ,s \I.K: tMiiiii .iiioik. or (is.I't] ,.. |I'.iSuiilli altlltl.- '
to spend the summer months.! Mr. Miss Lois Overstreet K t.I s 1 111 11111., "in) f.-.'' earl 1>\ lnd"ed ti" teIU| In. 11 i i.rd.i'i' \\1'
boontef the Vision, ; law Said cr rtlllenl. enihrnci-M tin fid
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Florida . .
Baker is a ,genuine 2llS is ( .1. llatK'iili lor rill AllplvVnlli '
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.11",1| In1ifieiila
Mrs. Paulk read an interesting paper l.iulriK described pmp.TI-,
tfx
best in the "\ (li.iuctti' 1
is the
and says Kissimmee "Faith and the State" which wax : (( fount\'. Klmldii.1 i tn-wh'I'raetioniti \ I.
on
' state. Hee will return about Sep- For bent Jl"urnl.b..c'l'" ' l Lot l l 4i>,, Keuilnole 1.1 I ami ', I
Reminiscences of Miss FOR SALR.
followed
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by Iii\ .ment foinimny $U1ldIrhdull: <>'
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tember 1st. Hoiiins and No Trespass Card.. JO'
Bennett given by Mrs. J. L. Over- cent. each at The laiette offln i \ll ,Krncll Keetlnn 21. Township 28'Huuth. ''
street Miss Helen Bass very Impressively 4-tt I Range SI Kant.
The new Ideal Bakery will be open ; read "An Ode dedicated to I' The unlit land being aes..seed at the. MILAR'S VARIETY STORE
business about the mid 4; and 'heady for rOIl SALE-Fine residence property. .'
J. M. Duncan
die of next week. C. W. Goetha. Miss\ Bennett. Mrs. Apply at the office o( The V.ll.rQa In the name of Unknown. Unless naldeertlflcata
' the leader, interspersed the program irtt., Klunlmmee. l-t( shall be redeemed according .
Proprietor. law deed will l Issue thereon on
'r with fitting remarks as she introduced to tax
pastureland of July. A. v. IIII= .
SALE-aOO&Cies ijood the 13i-d day !
ia the speakers. A social hour followed FOR nVERSTRSrClem ; *. -" -- .'.
f'
McCauley
Little Mis* Winifred, nr ,St. Cloud. For' quick .ale I
visiting her grand- and a cafeteria. lunch was servI I Ied. >(!.00 per acre. Write B. D.. William. Circuit Court, '; I.'I I ItSCt ;
' Plorlila.,
Mr.W?.IL.qeary, fa SU Petersburg. .. > 'I'b. Wauchula, Flortija. '-tt CMoeola County. ;: .) $ )
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CROWING THE- POPULAR BANANA IN FLORIDA .H>++4 0 Hot Oo-'Utt0 uo:- '- A GOOD FHIEND I jlLORIDA'SBJDFOR_ CAPITAL us- _. .

I I' 'I. SAYS THE STATE <'. Florida has made a sensational bid.

i C. MARKETINGJJUREAll.* for. fry .adoption ..cf: that-Statfl.S8-J,. _____ .
: : (By W., E, Bolles) :gbodTFTend: stands by you ..whenin I home for men of wealth when the leg: -
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. :o tell 'i I bill to be submitted '
need Kissi'Vl'O.ee--people: how) \ Mature passed ..
'- 1) )afl's' Kidney Pills have stood th ; rt.the people as an amendment to th 'a
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Secretary of Florida Banana Grow.I ., bJg advantage for Florida banana I
bulletin
Department 'No. 1133, issued lst. W. A. Joiner, "Supdrintenden! :: jstute constitution, prohibiting the levyinir -
"1'. Association, pldsmar. growers, so.! confidently look forward the 13. !
by Dept-of Agriculture. '
cf 111* electric light 'Plant, of 201 S I of income -or inheritance"taxet
LI The .Increase in the business of(; to the time when Florida will be producing Washington Dt.C.-on the free$-
Orlando Avenue, Klisirmv.ee,. endorsedDoan's I 'ft"5/ :! 'vear* Upon any citizen! or res _
r rt growing bananas rornmert"jlfy.Jnl ) I and ceiling millions of bunches, ingtempernturea! of fruits and vege- .
'
.. four years ago and again confirms ident of the 'tatc.; The amendment
,> ..., .' -tyrprising-f. In a\)\ parts of thesame.as -yeaell .millions S of boxesD ; .tobles 'Ms of much .interest' to. fruit, the story; Could you ask foj war-be--voted Oil.hi N*,'emr.er.1924It .
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'" . this state new plantings are! being. t oranges. growers, shippers and distributors.! If more convincing testimony? h.t. the cdiiori.il: approval of om'

.,;, 1 : made; from small patches, up te- tm I Th Hart Banana, sometimes called interested send for It ''* "1 have used Doan's Kidney. Pill?I of:'thenioct} influential: newspapers a.<

acres Oi' more, and one man' I is preprint Han's Choice, Ladyfinger or Golden off and.on"for yearr- paid Mr. Joiner die cfutei The i-e (,lutioir for....subri.i / -. ""
r. :4: ? to pat tnforty'acres.. A friend I Early Is a. tall growing variety with The 17 year locusts have appeared "I think a grpat;,"deal.'of. stooping i h : !"it>.n encountered little opposition

:who owns 50 acres of orange, grovptl I a.pink colored trunk.very-ornamental, in various parts of 'country. They wnat weakened my kidneys and h:is,iji-n-I ) th* .Ji'tIf.tHat\lrt! !' only seven votes
\" told me a few weeks ago 'that he Is and bears/ bunches of fruit having a are not true locusts, but a .variety resembling brought on attacks of kidney troub'e j ens npafn: ,.t it in the house and three.

I making more per acre from bananas I flavor, about the same as- the Caven it scientifically known as!\ ci- At times my back was mighty pain I in the; senate. .

'i, than from citrus fruits. dish, but the fruits are smaller, hence cadas. They do ,not bite or sting. ful and when 1 went to get out of I': The proposal i i" frankly regarded a*
I have reports that South Texas is the name of Lady finger. Both the Their only injury to trees is in tearing -
chair, I had to brace my hands on mv an advertisement: '! for the state- It's fine to''havthe
going in for banana-growing, too, and If.Cavendish and the Harare better- up the bark on limbs and twigsto knees. My. kidneys acted irrcpulailybut sul! -tatin! .nduci-nient: to men of = I
r f\: \ I J want to see Florida stay in the lead I flavored than the Common imported I lay eggs. They are noisy. the as 1 always use Iloan's KidneyPills : rntln".tuthish their residence.thcie. "Thirsties" get you.
J I as she is today. Southern California Martinique sometimes called yellow males doing the singing while the females -
I at these times they pronptlv I The idea is not without t 'When it's hot and '
is doing very little with bananas and Jamaica. I can recommend both the lay the eggs which after hatching I every .
rid me of the backache and regulated shrew dr.v'' Doubtless> the legipla-
my
Florida is farther south than Florida. well I burrow for!
and
doing live of
part They
any [ are on my in an average '
at Statement in I the p.ij. 't' the: loser its
I ,.; of the state of California. We have j banana plantation at Olusmar, and. I sixteen: years and eight months, and' every opportunity. ( by seem- always a little "Thirstie"
The
given March 26 1918. }
) u'pl.v opeii-hfindc-dness.
r, the Gulf of Mexico and the Gulf have them far then on I ) penin
out for brief
seen producing as come a season.
with
On March 13, 1923 Mr. Joiner added sular state hii' had occasion to bask ready a thirst
stream. Florida is a peninsula witH I north as the latitude of Sanford and
I, J better water protection against cool farther. With proper care they will This suggestion is by the Faim : "Doan's Kidney Pills always relieve 'n the-favor of visiting capitalists. No i quencher
of attacks of disorderand small share of its
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and Live Stock "recorxl of Jacksonille me kidney improvements represents
,: weather than either Texas or California hear fruit as far north as Jacksonville I -
can claim. Florida is destined i The Cavendish is grtwn in large : "Now during the in-between I never! "miss an opportunity to p the investments of foreign ,

,, to be great in' banana producing be-I I I quantities in the Canary Isl uds-in season, why not take a day or two.or praise them. capital. Its .l'seovery as the winter ? urs
J cause it: has the best natural qualifications. latitude about the same as Jackson- a week or two, for yisitin' aroun'?" 60cat all_ dealers. FORter-lf: i1burn I playground of the nation was mad

This has been proved by I yule and is \ne leading banana sold There are I lots{ of people who are entirely Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. .Y. I in the last generation. Exploitation
I too familiar with their homeftlace ------- I I CR a winter resort has been linked J UrongeCRUSH
twenty years' experience. j Iin England and parts of continental. MEMORIAL DAY INCREASED ..
"_ \ f I Good bunches of Florida bananas j Europe. Indi ations. are it will be ( and entirely too little acquainted : LEGION FUND FOR GRAVES j Uvioe with industrial Development. The .
I ,I" weigh .from CO to 100 pounds and sellwholesale {, the leader' in Florida on account of its with those otCreat..r or less distance I'I investor is..overlooking no bets.,

I; ''i L t a ,.Jix to eight cents the !I all-round excellence, because it seems places thaf'nold. much of interest I Returns! from the campaign/ of tha whether on business .or pleasure bent '
On the basis I and information' for visitors. j Freedom from state income tax while ;
pound. 60-pound to be perfectly at home all through I I American lx-gi(ii Ports throughout)
.. : .1' bunches at nix cents a pound, we get I Florida. I have tried out about a Staying forever in one place, never the country for contributions to the: he lives and the knowledge that. the ,
\ $3 per bunch. It is possible to get I dozen varieties on my plantation during going away from the home has a narrowing 'Overseas Graves Endowment 'Fund state will make no levy on his estate Thirst also

400 bunches per acre after the first I I the last five years and I still have effect. Visiting! around, if with which is proposed to decoratemeeting when he dies might conceivably for ,
., year,' which means $1,200 per acre in I them on my plantation at Ol.dsmar as I done lutionally, gives enjoyment and places of American dead in! invest the Florida n,imate with suchan LanonCrushUmeCauahWard'"Cnuha"

the second year after planting. The part of my collection, but for commer health. It broadens the minds of the Europe. are steadily coming into the irresistible charm for a northern
plants are set 400 to the acre and an I cial purposes I stand by the three visitors, gives opportunity for renewing national treasurer of the orguniration. Croesus that he would! adopt the state

1 experienced grower should surely get leading varieties for Florida in the I the strength of muscles and adds The largest!,: amount received in a sin- I as his home. ow*their

I one bunch from each plant. An expert I following order: Cavendish, Mart and immensely to the ioy of livinir. Try gle day was $7,600 on !May :81, but The WaIl,, Street" Journal commenting distinctive and delightful

.. can get two bunches per year Orinocco. The red Jamaica i is a shy 1''it at_ least once_this summer." this was closelv] followed on the next on the proposed amendment, does flavors to the natural fruit
from half cf his plants and one bunch j bearer. The Martinique has not done day with $5,200 in the mails. not seem to regard this possible influx
II oils
from the other half, total of 600 bun- so well in Florida as it does in the I How about replacing individual inefficiency Many posts of the organization col- of milliojxaireii as an unmixed I of oranges, lemon and

i ches per acre per year, which, 'at $3 Ii' | equatorial regions. by co-operate efficiency ?1 It ected 1 the funds'! in a campaign/which/ blessing'! : lime To these have been
per bunch make the impressive totnl ;Medium low ground around lake'i is may 1>e remarked that if all individuals culminated on May 30, so that return" "Florida's] legislature has submitted! added cane
of $1,800 acre annually. The > fine for banana I were inefficient it is impossible to the people an amendment to their pure sugar,
I per a place a r plantation. may not l he known until these reporty
citrus fruit
by ('o.ordinatinlsuch inef ficients to constitution that is positively start: juices, U. S.
-
plants throw up suckers which bear They can be set on ground too low for | legion state departments to national -
fruit and this is how it is possible) to j I citrus fruits, but there must be i I produce an efficient whole. Any- headquarters. ling. It proposes to prohibit the levy certified; food color' fruit
get two bunches plant. way the inefficient can at least cooperate \ of income or inheritance taxes on I
per r enough drainage to provide against The attainment of the figure et' acid and carbonated water.COCACOLA .
: I Under such conditions it pays tospend unusually wet weather. The banana to employ efficiency. seems, more eel 1 tain since reports from citizen<: or residents for 25 years. Unless

I $100 per acre per year for fer. will stand some overflows, but too I Corn is the various states filling of the quotas.I'enMHlvunia Florida is careful of its con titu.tion,1 -' BOTTLING
: $ i most universally grown ,,I um"l'llm'nt it will find WORKS
tilizers.\ The banana plant is the hoR'I much water do harm well ; soon ,
can as a< ''crop in the U. still leads. in contributions. -
of the fruit world. It is I S. It is produced on I itsejl'tvowded) UICI: overcrowded h by Kimiimmee. Florida '
t I a great eater:, i too little. It loves plenty of moisture Reports from other states show
I !abount ,000,000) of the .
1 and the more it eats, the more it can j if have well 6. >OO.OOO capitalists seeking a home and employment ,
,
I
flowing
.. t I so you a or American faims. The value if the that /'l..hingthe goal is but a matter within the state." .
All kinds of
produce. manures arc artesian
water supply you can grow of Rodney S. Cohe11Il'Jrion
days.
1920 the
I' crop largest ever produce.!, It is question whether such -- -- -- -- -
used-stable an --- --
-
open --
dairy, poultry, goat bananas successfully on high/ hammock was ocer''two billion dollars. I national executive ('ommitteo:>man -
sheep etc. You. ran hardly put too soils. I I| liberal exemptions on wealth would NEW FLAG CODE
high pine or o"unge grove -- [ from (;Jeortria, has wired : "Our IS
much fertilizer on the banana plants. I :Mutk lands and low hammock ]lands I It is estimated that the pineapple I quota is pmcticdlly collected!, I feel j(I Isure immediately result in the Htimj'ation' URGED; FOR CIVILIANS
Hard wood ashes and raw ground soft I I are the best. and good flat woods Ian'I Cix> of Palm Beach county this that 1 1 can guarantee. it within II of (enterprises which supporters of
I' phosphate lire jrord./ Commercial'[ is !satisfactory.' Give the banana |will p exceed in value more( than year a the next few aY8." I jthe amendment doul>tlexs believe it I Wa!'liinrton( ,-A code covering

. I I I mixed fertilizers are used with an an- plants. plenty to eat and drink and ''quarter of a million dollars, In New York where the : '! I would. The city of Washington i i. J rop..r'lli..n usage. of the American
I alysii of 6-7-3 or 5-7-5, which means, I j' don't drown them, and watch the money ing Men's post voluntarily a*\d\'l.rti-j'| likewisethe legal hcnuof many millionaires flair and conduct in its presence wa.
: of course I fi units of ammonia. 7 of' roll in. I It may not In;generally known that I quota which nearly approximated that j I for substantially the same I adopted at the conclusion of the nethion .

l available phosphoric acid and 3 or 5 i All who ale interested in growingbananas /! i ii ; it costs more to ship citrus fruits! by of the entire state, the commander reasons that Florida, offers, and Friday of the conference of the
units of potash i are invited to join the Flori- the car than any other known commodity I wired: "Thing haw -.loved a Washington is no hive of in 'ustry.! national organization call by the.
You can throw around plants all i da Banana Growers' Association. The even bullion from which gold 'little] since May :30, but by combined up But there is really no basis for comparing American Legion and a permanent

I the trash from your place, grass cuttings luf jj are only a dollar a year, without and silver is made. According to the j I effort" of our membership we will the two cases. Florida hasundeveloped committee was authorized to dissem
weeds, velvet bean vines, pal any other fees, and you get much I U. S. Bureau of Statistics of the Interstate 'reach the mark." resounds and trade op. inate it throughout the country.'
metto roots and old banana stalks etc. I I I more than that amount of valuable in- Commerce Commission the Contributions come from persons in portunities. In any event it i is impossible Resolution adopted recommended .

These will decay and furnish humus formation. Sen-j your application highest average freight revenue fora all \vti\\t\\ of life. The French wife for wealth to center in any that each of the more than sixty

and plant food, and the banana enjoys I with your dollar, to W. E. Bolles, Sec iI i, car produced in 1922 was $480.34for : I of a former American officer told how locality without adding to its prosperity organizations represented promote the
all that sort of thing it can get. This I iretary F. B. G. A. Oldsmar, Florida. citrus fruit, while bullion came deeply she felt for her countiymen's and increasing its taxable values study of the words and music. of the

mulch shades the ground keeping the Since writing the foregoing article i next with $401.79 per car, while other -I obligation( to the American born son. lorida may reasonably expect "Star Spangled Banner," and Its
d roots cooler in summer and warmerin < I have received information from a"I!! fresh fruits brought $325.16 fresh and I give something to this fund that a compensatory. return in case teachings in all schools and in juven

winter. t i correspondent; at Port Antonio, Jamaica vegetables $338.16: the total average he may honor the sacrifice of those: the amendment is accepted.The I ile organizations/ a* suggested to the
: The old-time Orinoco banana is the ," who reports that the Panama !''of all carload traffic being $121.93. lead." example of Florida is not one conference by President ,JiartHnfr.

one commonly seen in back-yards and disease, ruining many banana plantations '|'I Well citrus fruit is golden and the Maude Radford Warren, wellknown to; suggest for literal imitation in State legislature also were asked! to
around farm houses. It is sometimes [ in Central and South America, !I!I! Florida product is the best in the. land l novelist, was among those to Texas. but the principle is somethingour enact uniform laws requesting; dip-

I called the horse banana. It now appears to be destroying the banana -i i!.and pays the grower regardless of contribute during the past week. The own legislature might well ponderon. play of the flag in and over all
stands cool weather and is a' stately- business of the island of Jamaica the freight rate.Dcpartrnen.t writer who was-- overseas during the Capital will not favor any state.no echools, parks and playgrounds, and

looking tropical ornament. It is good which has been shipping annually war told of the appreciation she held matter how great the opportunities over other public building
for home use, but it is not classed between 10,000,000 and 15,000,000 {' Bulletin No. 1126. issued for "the splendid of those who where it is the favorite prey of Considerable discussion over what
high as a commercial proposition. bunches He says from present in- I by the U. S. Dept of Agricultureat served and died in spirit F I rance" Another the tax-gatherer. It should be madeto was described as the unpatriotic at-r
Many of the commercial plantings jdications,'the banana business cannot Washington D. C., entitled: The contributor wes Assistant Secretaryof pay its proportionate share of the titode of teachers and text book

r are being made with the Cavendish;|1 survive there more than 10 or 15 Effect of Borax on the Growth and War,.Dwig-ht F. Davis. cost of government, but the indirect in public schools resulted in adoptionof
sometimes called the dwarf or Canary years. The'.Jamaican authorities Yield of Crops, shows that borax in Contributions will-be received\ until contribution of wealth in the formof another resolution demanding that

Island banana. The Cavendish1 bat !]4are' fighting the progress of the discs fertilizers is Injurious'' to a number-of the amount of $200,000 has been ob. productive enterprises also should "all persona employed In-a public capacity .

; three special advantages. It' shows SB in different places, but have different crops/ but the extent of the tained. Donors send their mohr be taken into consideration by the'taxmakers. :- national, state or municipal
that it can produce large.bunches of:; found 'no cure-for it. The growers I injury varies with the different types direct to the national may treasurer of: .-Galvestcn Daily News. I where compensation: it paid from pub

fruit of excellent flavor it.Is a low.*l i fare__co-operating_ the limit of their of soil and climatic conditions. ey.the organization, or may remit through lic funds, be required to pledge allegiance

growing plant and therefore resist >amlity. They have no delusions on : local of the American Legion.; TAME LIGHTNING and support to the respect
high winds and it is in the ; A poll of sixth grade pupils in St. 1 pests for the "
reported the subject. They say the end is Insight I Louis Each contribution of one dollar or Hag. of the United States.
revealed that J : children
tropics to be immune from Panama for the yellow Jamaica or Martinique ,37C more will be acknowledge through th-e The famous lightning experimentsmade Opposition was recorded to the proposal -
questioned 40
: disease which caused trouble among banana seems to be doomed in percent hud never ceeia I official publication of the legion. by Charles P. Steinmetz some to change the official dimensionsof
sheep, und 17 had
the banana of Honduras percent never the flap.
growers Jamaica 'Jamaica. The land on which the -------------- months ago at Schenectady, New
and other great banana produc- blight appears cannotic\ used again I'looked upon a pig. Of every hunidred GIMMK: DOPE" fWlEANS: York were repeated tile other day in A proposal) included in the reportof

ing districts. This disease has not I i for bananas, even after ten years of children, 12 had never seen a "I WANT MY MEIICINE'WashiingtoTl. a more spectacular way at the labor. the cod* committee that the proper
appeared in Florida. Probably the ther crops, which the Panama disease -!i cow. It was suggested that a cow. atorv of the General Electric Company salute to the flag by a woman be the
climate here is sufficiently subtropical does. not hurt. la pig und a she be placed in the : I), ('., June 19.-While in I'ittsfielil Massachusetts. military salute employed by soldien

; to change the conditions which j j I If there is anv better argument for ]!i municipal zoo. The same fact as to new emphnsis: to the value of carbon Within a steel building there had in uniform was amended to read that

cause trouble in the heat of the equa- the increase in Florida, and especially \ personal knowledge of common livestock dioxide und), theiefore, curhrnatei been .set up a miniature vilage witha I her right hand .should be placed over
torial regions; and the careful insnec-''for the cultivation of our dear friend, I is true of every large city. water, was recently given by announcement church, store und other buildings her heart in paying respect %. the em
lions made by the Florida State Plant the Cavendish ff t the discovery' that carbon blem.
which never has the i The order requiring railroads to iI' is-' and tiny tre !I. Overhead were great
: Board should be given full credit for Panama malady, kindly let me know ue mileage l hooks under rules and at! dioxide destroyed the germ of electrical condensers end transformers The code covers' 15 rules for display

: preventing troubles. This mean a by return mail. || rates prescribed by the Interstate tuberculosis, and hereafter is to 1.la y und wiles carrying a higher! voltage of the flag and a list of 15 thing '

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I Commerce Commission in its recent an important part in the fight againstthe than was -ever used before by to avoid in addition to setting forth
-- - -- ----------------------------
[ decision has ben joined by the great white plague, that carbon I man. At a given signal a currentof the proper use of bunting the salutes

BOLL WEEVIL PUNISHMENT dully at sinners of the kind referred i Federal District Court at Boston dioxide, or ('arbonic'U"/! has long two million volts was turned on. and pledge! to the flag, suggestions
; FOR SINS upon been l known to be healthful as well I that for state fcgislation and
: to the markmanship was not any bet application of New England rail- Instantly village was bombarded a recommeii'dation
-- ter than that from bombing planes. :> roads. As a result of this", action the as to have medicinal qualities, is an l by a tremendous electrical storm. that the "Star Spangled Ban
(Jacksonville Times-Union) during the war. Commission has postponed the effeclive old, old story The church steeple and the store were ner" be universally recognized an the

We hear a great deal about the I For the Southern farmer was. less' t I Florida method of fighting the boll money mad duringthe! war than any until January 1, 1924. etc., Home of which have long been jumping a gap of 16 feet or more, --- ----
'. weevil. The governor of South Caro- other class. Ill'.did not have a chanceto accepted ns standard works, cite the coining from stage, clouds.It WHY DO YOU I.VE'fl1R HoG
:: lina has proposed a different method. go money mad for while he was The next Florid-a- te Fair will beat healthfulness and the medicinal qualities wax veritable" lightning( on a BECAUSE

.' He has appealed to the preachers to prosperous the last year of the war Jacksonville Nov. 15-24. 1923!/ : with 1 of carbonic gas and point out small, scale, for a lightning stroke i in HP doesn't .
fight it with sermons and prayers and others were prosperous sooner and It{ :M. Stripling general manager.: ', the benefits the system derives from only an electrical current jumpiner He thinks .talk to you. ,
; quite a number of them haye respond- were more prospects. Would it not J. F. Gormican of Roanoke Va.. a the consumption of carbonic water. from a cloud, to earth as a spark will right. whatever you do in all

,r' ed.One have been better to have sent something large grower of fine bred poultry has One of the works, known to the jump the /gap! in an automobile spark You lon't have
: of the sermons delivered "in /! to .punish some of the grafters removed, to Apopka, Orange co'unty.i medical and scientific world, which attests plug. There was a continual crash of him. to make company
( Columbia the S. C., has found its way into than to have shot the whole load into i He has more' than 100 varieties of to the value of carbonated water of thunder, though not so deep in tone Ho eats what in and
telegraphic columns of some the farmers chicken ducks ; is that on "Mineral Waters in the not h'fonhim
1 of the of the South. The t.o- geese, guinea fowl, us nature's thunder. There was 1','- asks no quextionH.Hi .
South
Carolina
papers. The called violation of the Sabbath is. pea fowls pigeons, turkeys, etc. His United States and Their Therapeutic (.n a little rain. The sparks flying: .. will
idea the follow if the
4 the boll of preacher is that God sent more prevalent everywhere else than new poultry farm will prove to be one Uses," by Dr. James C'rook, who, At through: the air in the lark, dean ibt'das ('i>rth.lie. you to the eol: I (

f '('. fins. weevil as a punishment for I it is on the farms of the South. ''of the show places of Florida., the time of publication of his work, "spitting!'< ton u'"s of purple flamiifr -," nt-vcr sulks when ,mi.treatti
Sunday after Sunday much that is !, was adjunC't-DI'of"Ksor of f Clinical I \ trerncnrlntialtr imni-oaaivn you
'j And yet the preacher admits that true that is vital.,, that i is sublime I I An automobile near Columbus, Medicine and Physical I Diagnosis at Multiply that t t'I,million;; 'volts] l bv m litti .
the it'
p boll weevil! has not been an comes fro-n the pulpits of the country Ohio. tried to beat a train to a classing the New York Post-Graduate Hospit 2.; says Mr..50'inmetz. and will I to pleasu you.
mixed evil but that its advent hit un-// the other you You huv no rival in his affection
s! and, also much that is so ;absolutely ., lay. The result wan. al. Commenting on the advantagesto have' a real( duplication of a natural
suited in more or less of good. From ridiculous that the that four persons in the auto be gained, from -ln < love is all yours.'
congregations t do were drinking carbonated thunderstorm Man do .that
t mny on" II.
I this we infer that he thinks God has I not believe that the .. 'killed) a passenp-er train wan thrownoff water I Dr.) dock wrot of these respects' your moods.
men who ')(>11 k : days, thus solving and play
f, not made a complete success'! in His the He never tells. his troubles
truck and I
I it !believe what they say. I II I woul I be )killed eight passengers. "Carbonic acid promotes. the flow big with one of the most stupendous you
He .
purports.' He! set out to punish and !Setter for t'ie' chur< hfs if they would The property loss was over of .Y saliva ,tends to allay naus, ;"a, and mysteries\ of Nature.It never pries hito your secretMe -
the results were mixed. I get rid of such rubbish. !.5liAi00.Vliy) ) fill l uiitnmr.lilu. .11... ..,._ I gastric aids I in. polite and thanks you with
I t. ' irritability, fligvstion, assists should be juldeil that the village
The toy lis
boll tail
weevil for
sent ;-1'[
was as a nuni ---- --- ---- l."keep up this 8' 1'ii' ;i' ? ;in rt'nderingthe fluids of the thus bombarded 1 every kind word you see

F f I the ishment for money madness during(' : ADVICE TO! HVI HICKS I, Hutre body alkaline, promotes! diuresis and Not ono buihlinir was was not in destroyed. nov-I fit to five: him.
war. Hut in it arrived more than I gains are reported. in Am<-r- Hewill fight for you.
I ten '! before it an domestic Industrie. imparts a sense of well b'-ing. The way smashed or burned. All the buildings I lie misses
l < years the war it must have Do '. I"ig.irefor. you when are' away.
not stay in the water too long. ('ar )onic acid waters are often bettc. were you
I f' been II protected by insulatingwires.
sent as a punishment for fcins Some i more than half of the country's :JfiO lie rejoices when return.I .
!borne you
I experts place the time hy the stomach than other '
ut :HO any There is for
an answer
to bo
I committed lassified people I is
I unusual. performance.-presumably a very minutes. That i is long fc'llUuh-r..r) tnl value manufactures in 1921 place their to- form of drink, and they form a pleasant who doubt whether lightning roil' , I Me It- does faithful unto death. without
I what
; at $(V2,418,078,773() : tell him
tainly 40 minutes medium you
1 f' Ov < th in' fir who IK umt>lt'. Wf/ir/ a '! an increase : for the administration of are' any KooI.-0rlando! Sentinel. .
of knowing
'! punishment bathing it will $ !H,171,1i44,04vet< l!) milk to fever why.
4 j the boll weevil was sent was a failure from cap; prott'tt'Our earn I 1914.! Petroleum products 1 lead in patients. I lie is jealous, of attention to
sudden is the your
It
I; to observe the Sabbath. The rev- changes in water pressure ,,value, then automobiles and rubber carbonated water, containing Subscribe For the Valley: GazetteSteams' : j other dO) jrn.Ho .
., I i!I erened gentleman and possibly protect you' against //'OOdll silk the health-giving properties 1 Dr.' --- - ----.- with
trusts
was
personally confectionery to
cognizant a serious ear infection. These in cake ice Crook refers to, that into the you the uttermost
1, "', of the fact that some men cream ]locomotives electrical go manufacture a faith that is wonderful blind inex,
fections (foods, ,
are common during the bathing of the eight billions of bottles -
went riding in their automobiles j! cement, engines, etc.
on season and \ follow in order of plil'able.Leellburg Commercial.
would do carbonated
Sunday hence the boll weevil you wisely of percent of increase. beverages/ govenrnent : :
was to wear the bathing cap for a few officials] have estimated the I '
I necessary to put a stop to it. In this minutes 'I Capt. John H. Cowles Sovereign
respect it was effective. Nearly all bles and rather doctor's than suffer ear trou H. G. Wells, the historian, says, American 1923. people will consume during I I Grand Commander, Scottish, Rite Ma-
: the farmers had automobiles before ingof the expense. The wear- "There will be no space in the world son. Southern Jurisdiction, this week
: the boll weevil got in his work and will bathing cap during! bathing! ,no understanding!,' no trust between, I was the recipient of honorary membership -:
had to prevent troubles to the ears.- peoples while children I in the of the '
they sell them afterward or Ocala hate every Supreme Council ,
Banner.
'; put them under sheds on account of -- country but their own. That is false Electric Paste 'Scottish Rite of Mexico. The certificate -,

.c an inability to buy gasoline.. They According to the U.-- 'history, false teaching, ''sowing l'.he I.MENTHOLATUM was presented to him by William.'
S.
had to go fishing or play baseball ort riculture the Dept of Ag- suffering and waste of life. True exterminator dforRa th ABU.to L. Vail 33 degrees, Lieut. Grand Com
V do'something else nearer home. and lard in 1922 per capita 70 use of"pork seed of wars, slaughters, incalculable Cockroaches and VIVntWMtatfnM & mander'of Mexico. :*'
was pounds
Other sins com history is the one jwhich shows trrlov kill these ,
k were mentioned but it Is pared with 61 of that to i pasta --- r
pounds
) not beT. Cholera there is no but with pow< necessary: to go into further de is the peace universal peace, '
.. tail most fatal animal disease." In that there jOuicWy soothe it. 0 666 quickly relieves 'CdnstN
calbe
If the boll weevil no enduring : ,
was a shot 1922 more than 2,700,000 hog died of pros Ready for U*_"tt.r than Trap
,' flred; especially at sinner, and espe- it. mankind parity that" does not comprehend all S-0. bozo 860 !&. .. box HM patlon, Biliousness, ,Head,

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VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY;, JUNE 22, 1923 BEyEIfH@Qfl '
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RED CROSS JUNIORS WILL
Al W,04C I2.e i iAW PQOriI4tD // U/HY ALL THE
HOMESWEETc *.*.JQNfci THAT -lOtl'O AMMO 1\' Selor? T ar, 7uTfsbuI. COMPETE IN LEGION
.
LITTLE 004.tVXCt WM/.L.. MuxzegtL sooty I
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Over"258 thousand'ao'uiem
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.vie WBAIT T THE:
-
: t BE-AW. SHUT UP5 / children belonging to the ..
e MOVILL. .! Cross have
been called
or upon ': i.\
HOME. Victor' Gluis .director at the* r
.' bill ; headquarters, to try fo!'. one
lfr n prizes being offered'in the ,
ism essay contest being
0W( nationally by the American ,
Ocar Down'tLik "Why America Should ;
migration for Five Years" is l
'
That Kind \.. a'YELL ject with first, second and third :. HENS "
.oIMuaic of $750, $500 and $250 offered

winning essays. _
Views of the Junior Red MI
on this subject will be most

by ing, Mrs. Cluis points out,
in light of the inter-change of
Terry 'L + between American and foreign

rooms which international
"
Gilkison = = spondence on historical
and industrial: subjects is the
AVTOC ASTIR w pal educational activity of


0,"",weLL: T'S SEGITI4 ! FOR GOOPAIES-i' SAKES! NO nization.The acquaintanceships

e MVr Be Seas WONDER/ THEY HAP TH@LOUD HOMEHABITS' this letter-writing and .
formation obtained should
R e A'ioON F 01 R:: ALLTHIS' A1EBPLE OAl' put C ,
Junior Red Crosses well t
up
I
V'i.C. ,:
Ax list she Declares. .,
AAvu R..4\.B SCWT October 12 is the closing j ,
THIS ONE.SYNC !!: the content which is governed .
57 pie rule that may be had by .
MA
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; the local Legion post or
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SHOWS THE NEED to push &grapefruit again place tt GRAfEFRUIT MARKET PICKEDUP att.nrr..ad K....__"'_...FNrtd.U.a.ral .
before the public in these nine cities. DURING LAST WEEK
OF CO-OPERATION .r.etlr. !. all 8)t.ft
This intensive campaign costing 11.... lit.'.. Cnr<.. i
the Florida Citrus Exchange a considerable Tampa June 18 Comparatively STORES
(,rapfruU Market Situation Met By amount of money has been light fruit shipments, the short lull
O. P.
PAT JOHNSTON
(4>- peralive Association Which going on since last "Monday. Its results between strawberry and cantaloupe
Demonstrate Value are not known at this writing seasons, and the strenuous efforts of JOHNSTON A
probably will not be fully realized for the sales organization of the Florida ATTORNEYSATLAWOffices

When the report was made recenth another week qr two. But the management Citrus Exchange to renew interest in
that 300,000 boxes of grapefruit the sales department and grapefruit, all served to improve the : 10, 11 and 12,
M-t remained to be marketed the use the advertising department of the marketing; situation the past week. Building. i
Florida Citrus Exchange do know "Demand for Florida grapefruit in NEEDS
foal I "over production" howl came KISSIMMUE. FLORIDA
forth and became necdlesHly that they have put forth their best efforts the leading auction markets of the
many
alarmed over the future of the Florida i to sell the Northern consuming country; says George A. Scott general I
grapefruit| industry. The last issue j public on Florida Grapefruit for the sales manager of the Florida Citrus Milton I'ledgcr Hills F. | '
I suirm er-tlme use. Exchange in his weekly review, I !
of the Florida Grower dwells on thispoint PLEDGER & DAVIS
i and calU attention to the fact iShown Need! ,of operation "was somewhat improved at the very
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| Regardless of the result of this beginning of the week. Dealers )
that this 300,000 boxes was in reality jl ATTORNEYSATLAW
but in the bucket representing campaign the present grapefruit mar- showed a willingness to again handle
a drop
; ketiug situation must conclusively the fruit and Stale Hank DulldlnffKISSIMMKU. r
just, about five percent of the season's supplies were rapidly
'prove the worth-the need- of co- cleaned the latter
During partof
total grapefruit crop. The article up. l"LORII'AI
goes on to toll of the measure which I operative marketing. It is not unas- I the week grapefruit was being I I
Citrus |ual to .note that not another market- readily taken at all auction centers. '
the Florida
were adopted by !' ing organiation in Florida other than I I Prices also shewed Home I m re-
to help its co-operating pro
Exchange ,Florida took DR. R. J. DENNING
members dispose of their fruit. The the Citrus Exchange any I, ment. the Work
story is an interesting one, and demonstrates | steps to do anything in behalf ota the "Private sale inquiry, which had almost DEN1'lSTOver
the need of' co-operaticn, growerse with the late fruit. I disappeared the preceding week the postoffice.
and the possibilities thereof. The (I As a marketing agency owned 1 and was somewhat better during the past .IF..I E HOURS s to 11.10. :
special measures undertaken by the controlled by co-operative growers of week a }rood demand being evidencedfor Residence Phone
I the state the Florida Citrus Exchange I quality fruit. 174Office
described in the Grower
Exchange are '
was obligated to do anything it could "If the markets not flooded ,
follows are .-.=--.-- ---------
us : investigation 'Ion behalf of Its members who had with too great a quantity of ordinary li --------
After making a thorough -
of the summer marketing situation '' fruit Speculators, commission men, grades of fruit at any one time, it is .A'r b i
and fully appreciating the Im- |and independent citrus selling concerns probable that the demand fcr grapefruit t 1 P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNHTATUA.W ,
all independent of the growers will continue steady throughoutnext I
of the of the remaining
portance fruit tp'Ower a fair price for I who afforded them their business, did week."Valencia. I
getting not have to to improve the I ,
their product the Florida Citrus Exchange even try i oranges are being mar OFFICES
undertook some unusual and situation. keted at satisfactory prices and the Wiater Park. Florida f fCO'
emergency sales efforts in their be- Speculative buyers who rushed their demand for quality stock Is good. Cal. I
grapefruit to the markets when they ifornia Valencia shipments are continuing

half.Renewed interest on;the part of the saw prices getting lower, created a : heavy.. OOOO ,
grapefruit consuming public in the supply at the markets greatly in-ex Florida grapefruit shipment for u
large cities was absolutely necessaryIf cess of the demand and did! much to the past week totalled 167 cars; oranges. O TURNER MARBLE& I : ,
hinder the of orderly marketing. I
the remaining part of the crop cause 123 cars. Total shipments from COMPANY TAMPA : t
could be marketed at all, it was found.: Some independent concerns operated Florida for the season are 18,231 cars ------ [
their packing houses day and night
A definite plan of action wes decided of grapefruit and 24,451 cars oranges, MONUMENTS
to get rid of their fruit. Instead of of O I
a grand total 42,682 cars. ------
upon. I
"getting! out from under" themselves,
First an intensive advertising campaign )I. J. Crowder Agent
in the nine citrus auction markets they failed to get satisfactory prices 4
Musician Out of Tune
of the country was authorized.Half I for a good part of their fruit enhanced ..OfOOOODO .
( the bad situation and made
page advertisements announcing selling harder for the growers. OHOO.H.OOUO.HC .'O
Sealdeweet Florida "Gas in stomach I
that -
grapefruit The result of the campaign of the : pressure my some
could be had in plentiful supplyfor I I times distressed me so that I could I
Florida Citrus Exchange to create u M. TILLER
summer-time use, and at low prices real summer-time demand tor the remaining not think. I played out of tune and
were placed in forty of the leading grapefruit in the state will twice lost my position. No medicine f Real Estate
newspapers in these citieS. helped me and I became disheartened. i
be watched with interest by the entire
Second the sales organization of citrus industry. Should the cam- Another musician advised me to try FIRE LIFE. AND
the Florida Citrus Exchange in these paign be successful it will show the Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, and I am INSURANCE ai
nine centers was drafted to canvas now enjoying the best of health." It INDEMNITY BONDS I
that be wielded by a
and the dealers tonirain power can coop is harmless that
the trade get erative organization. Should it not a simple, preparation 4 I
handle grapefruit. Advertising removes the catarrhal mucus from 4000.0.0..0. U OH 0 H C
will show
to expectations, it I
displays, Sealdsweet stickers, and come up the intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation '
the need of co-operation on the
more III'I:
posters were placed in stores and restaurants of Florida. which causes practicallyall .Ilid 6 H
of the
throughout these cities. Circular part growers stomach liver intestinal ailments :
Surely it is evident to every fair- ( S. B. 1:1III lid
letters were mailed to every retailer I minded that nothing eNc, but including appendicitis. One dose will
Railroad dining cars were grower in convince or money refunded. J. '.. !

fruit solicited on their to again menus.place Civic the Florida organizations :'I a way co-operative cope with organization a marketing can situation' any : Roborson and druggists everywhere. III be yours.

were served with Sealdsweet :I such as. that being experienced this I r

grapefruit at their noon day lunche-i summer.STIMULATING REAL ESTATEand your order
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ones. No opportunity was overlooked ( SUMMER i -you

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1 following letter received by the i iI tt
I Florida Development Board from' t FIRE INSUR family and J u

|George E. Marsters, Inc., operating of a
'personally conducted tours-with head- -- '
Cy { quartet in New York and Boston, could not
1 tells how they are working to direct 11 Darlington A : that it will
USE travelers to Florida:
Use the
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SANITARY DAiRYCosMILKSICE We have been making considerable

efforts to interest our New England
CREAM people in visiting Florida particularly
during the summer, as we know that CITY I'
I your climate is more delightful at : takes I'i
that time than it has been given credit GOODYEAR -
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for. .hn
Just at present we are handicapped grade longstapl.. MEATJARKET i
nos. by a lack of Florida literature, and cotton, of unusual 1 1Ii
I would appreciate ,your including in tensile strength and I
rtiu. M your next communications to Boardsof and builds up the FreSh Meat :Ii your /
i I Trade in Florida a request that carcass of the Good- i'' of$5 today

they send us a supply of booklets or year Cord Tire by the Vegetables II: bank at ,
to distri-
glad
literature as we are
ATTENTION. bute them, and we use every bit of exclusively Good- I ili each week.

FATHERS our persuasive ability to get our peo- year method of Phone 44 il: paid
ple to visit Florida.: group-ply constructions -
that to at- W yours. r,
Anything comes your The result is afire .
tention which might be of interestto that lasts longer '
our Florida division, especially as !i' new plan.
Sanitary Dairy milk is to data on development, hotel con- in any service and is ]KISSIMMEE ,
the milk for yjur folks.It ) bjiilding. and resort the moat economical -

will benefit your baby. development in Florida would be very you can buy. SHOP
much appreciated. Any cooperationthat
Your wife and children
will like it and it will be be molt we might cheerfuly be able given.to lend you will "M...G..Iy.... ma*.w n.rl.r m9lt SS"1eA m4mmid .r..a.- Nothing Too Big for \

card. mit* .d :1t.w.
good for you.N1TAnYDA1RY@ Tallahassee June &.-Florida will ..,"'.. Tr.."ad .... Nothing Too Small PAYMENTS
''''.- .".. Lad
not change from hanging to the elec c.--. '
trio chair a* a means of inflicting the I .
ADA'0 death penalty until January 1. A LUPFER A .RATHER .All Work GuaranteedTo

measure passed by the legislature and Be Bank .e

r nurI7fllrman"e signed by the governor yesterday 0Q0PAR.
directs that an electric chair be installed : '

e at some central place but sew .. .- 5 Broadway Ts -_---__ _
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jJ EIGHT KISSIMMEE. 'V ALLEY' GAZETTE; FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1923 !

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.I:: tIN SOCIETY'S_ REALM ] VISITING the homo SISTERAt of their parent! on .RESIGNS HER: rOST,

Bryan street, Misses Ann and Jeanett 110me
,
Ilemonatrntiongent
11 Squires were charming hostesses yesterday Hope That !
COACH CASON MARRIES I I afternoon, :when they tmter'lained '-- .,\! 'ould Reconsider! Decision'
i KISS AMY\ MAKINSON a number of friend at bridge, To (to Into' Business. of >'O'Avail B.lfi CELEBRA TION'

:Two popular Kisoimmeewere pgople I in honor of their \ < '; Mr$. Carol -
J united 'in marriage Wednesday Floyd i of Orlando.! : The rooms ,of the ,iSlu'ires For several month! lntimatafnienh. \! ,

' when Miss\ Amy Makinson became the home were made very atlrac of Miss' Altyna Smnth, efficient county -

:t bride" of "Coach" S. 'W. Ca qn. Thwedding. '" live by the .decorations of roses' and! ,' home :deI11On'trllljon! agent, have .
took place at the home of Shatter dnislun.' ,The, bridge (Games known that she was! eoiiioitiplaUnjy! ; b.. __ L'Jlr'W'II' .
and after the "' LA( ..... .. :L ..
which she -
:Mr. and Mrs\ ,W. Makinson, par-!proved very interesting leaving' the work\ nut0 1 -
d ants of the 'bride, ift, the presence of::, scores were : counted it ''Was found well:) done in Oscepla) county to 0) in'
'hp the ,Rev. W.1LJiresch .t.hI1UJ! s NorjnaGriffm/ scored hl/lbt'1/: to business.! Phase frfends had (toped, ,
i officiatiti +, rafter which the c'st.;: 'ai'd; Wag' i-awawl an iv&ry ) that she misclit) iiicojiwider/ her dcci>,- S

I I happy couple left; for a two wt.ks. !'while Mi*!!" I'riseilla Toomer'of Jm'khtonville ion and decide to remain In the w-irk 1 AtL1GATO"R"lAKE

automobile trip the route of which | } s<'ormR1 lowest, was (IOnoledI which has meant fco much to the i [tuni i
I r refused to divulge./ I with a box of correspondence curds.' ty. These hopes have been 'filially i
they
1 '. -Mrs. Cason is a member of one of, Dainty refreshments of sherbet'! ) tll1,1,! Lund
1 I I 'ho oldest families in Osecola'county! Aiijc'l''s) food cake wireerved.. Those! announcement of he)' igniit.pn) t'j I 5 Milfs: East of Saint Cloud, on Melbourne Paved Road
.' .Ind attended the Kissimmee oublic no\mg| the hospitality l ofJu'se/ lake Hfect the first:! of July. [ -
schools and Osceola high School. She i hin mini; hostesses! were UKsei I She has leaned a rooming hi(.use in ,
attended! the Florida State Collegefor I Katherine :McKay, I.Ucy I'.iKkcls: ,.1 Jacksonville I and has purchased the I WEDNESDAY ,
:: Women at T.illahurse] : for two Margaret lirunson! Prisvillii! ]! 'Tonmer! i furnishings, anti will hereafter devote' | JULY 4th

uid a half years and! then transferred Luis (Kerstioet, Carolyn Ww'kerMar her enetgi** t"i conducting 11 high ,

: where r lIl't.t' Stanford FranceTi'fss! i III' rooming house on tai t Duvul .. .. .... .. ... ........ ..... .... .
; fj to the University of Wisconsin, > ;-;> >*; ;-. > ; :-:-.-:-. .-.-:. '--. + :-: {; ; . .-. -'-> .;-. :.,-;-;-: .:-;,. ;-;-:_;.....:_:-.:-:- .>< :-:...--:->->--1-: _:_;.+;j
1 -,he received her A. B. degree) \ in 1!112. J Elizabeth Parker, :Norma: Griffin street( in that city. Financial! reasons
) \, She is a member of the Alpha Delta I Grace Gilbert, Mary Tiller Emily are assigned\ for the change Miss

,: Ij.evrorjty.,_ During the last year she S'nrl..r'on! Hazel :Moore Of Dunedin, Smith has enjoyed\ hl'rol'k a1- home FREE FIRE WORKS=BATHING BEACH=FREE FIRE WORKS.
1 --- taught one of the ,seventh grades of j nijd Mesdanles Dyer and Jordan !i' demonstration( agent nfid. regrets

'. the Kissimmee! schools. leaving behind themany friends .. -
BRIDGE AT .1 i I 1 whom !she hut helped. But, in the -
Coach "Bill" Cason graduated, with SAIL BOAT ROW BOAT AND MOTOR BOAT TRIPS
WOOD BECK HOMEA nature of her work ,she finds it impossible
a B. & degree, from t the University! I: ..
of Florida, in 1921, and! is a nujnber lovely event of the week was abridge to reconcile] her financial-!
of Kappa! Sigma. He spent thc-nest patty given by :Mr. and Mrs.W'oodbeek !!. status; with what she] feels. is necessary. Large New Pier. Equipped with Electric Lights, High'

.8',: I year. as principal of the high/ );school ut their I home on Main\ ._. Dive Shoot the Shoots, Children's Merry-go-Round and
I I at Okeechobee and carne io KTs im- i street. Friday\ night,"in .hall 01' mother, ll's. Dixon. A color scheme 'I.when very young: and graduate) I from two New Bath Houses. Bathing Suits, Caps and Tow-

r athletic of pink anti great: prevailed, being Osceola High School.; She returned" els furnished. Free Camp Grounds with Stoves for

; : turned out tjw, first football 'team Os- curried uut(:'-b y decorations of ,pink. later as home demonstration agent, Free ,
I ceola High;( has had! for a, number!: \ of and 1 white roseA, with candlesticks! I in which capacity she has proven an Cooking.! tables for Picnic Parties and Families

J ':": ; I years. lie 5vas reappointeu to the containing burning/ candles, casting a inspiration t to hundreds of homes on ....
I : .y a .. fcumepoKition for next year, huf. re- soft glow, and the dinner, talle-) ; was! 'farms whit'h'wilf "W
: : signed to accept appointment as citysuperintendent laid With handsome ]lace CONTIS and Through hej;; efforts numerous frills BRING THE KIDDIES .
of the Winter Park/ centered with II "KIJU: Tut" /garden of nn<1 women's!' clubs have been formed),
public schools pink roses ')'hftaJlv' and place] '('tl the.benejith of which are 1 legion. Her : -

,+ Mr.\ and Mrs. Cason will be at home \\"( also! of Egyptian design. J"1 J"1'I'l club girl captured most of the pities! : -
at Wintlr'Park after September,) l lirfet. Lridtfe giime proved unusually Ht the Osceola! county fair, a'id many Dancing Both ATternoon and I vening-Jazz Band-Cottage ..at

Their many friends are pleased to esting to the players. ?The prize from the big Tampa fair. She, has Very, Low Rent-Gas Station on Grounds=Ice Cream
]learn that they will spend the months high scar among/ the men was!! given' taulZ'ht'oll1'n and gill all over the! .. ...
. of July and August in Kissimmee, to Edgar; Katz, and the prize for high I ( ounl Y u great many things whWIf t" I Cold Drinks-Lunches w

where Mr. Cason will engage in the score among/ the women was given to have made their lot easier and their

,.. insurance and real estate business. Mrs., George! Gardner, while George life happier. Devoted" as "she, was to UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR.
Janlner: scored lowest. A delicious her work she has put into it not only REAM
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BRIDGE FOR salad and ice course was ser\'ed.* I her 1 I! MIAMI VISITORSi Those enjoying the hospitality of Mr. of funds for needed equipment
i and Mrs. Woodbeck were: Mr. and has put back into the work much of

i attractive home of Mr. and Mr.*. Rev Starbird, Mr. and Mrs.\ Walter 1 the salary she" has been paid. The . .
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Mrs. R. M. Aagns, in Cape Breeze - ---- -
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Cubic, Mr. and Mrs. Edsrar Katz. county commissioners and school
"t was the scene of a charming social i Mr. and! Mrs George; / Gardner, atyl board, which together with the state" SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION METHODIST) WORKERS COUNCIL LEGION DANCE AT
1 ', courtesy when they entertained at Mrs. B. L. Dixon. have paid her salary, have several HERE TODAY HAD INTERESTING:: MEETING
'I bridge a few guests in honor of Dr. GRAYSTONE TONIGHT |
-- t times increased. her salary realizing) 1 \\\'rker\--- ; :
and Mrs.-O. E. Dunawny and Mrs.\ C. The Council of the Meth-
P111PPSBISSELI.WF.UDINC I her Hut! the work -
I A. Carson, of Miami, on Saturday ) I the expenses worth." grow us until" the time grew has Presbyterian; Church Is Housing. Seabioim .. odii-t. :Sunday-: school, consisting of the Country Store Will- -Be Closed Ul
color of Oiweola Sunday officerand teachers of the school'
night. A scheme of yellow and County After Next
"
come when she feels that her effo"ts! Thursday Night If
A but
quiet wedding
t white was carried out, the decorations pretty was School ConventionThe held u most enthusiastic and interesting Business '
Doe
solemnized at the must l'I c devoted to strictly business :Not Pick Up
Presbyterian
i being a profusion of yellow sunflowers manse I meeting at the bungalow/ Tuesday --
and white jessamine." After play Monday afternoon H'v.'W. II. Drcsch lines. Osceola County Sunday School I cveninjC. There wan a large/ attend-lI The legionnaires and the legionnaires'
Miss\ Smith is director! of the
officiating', by which Miss Madeline a Convention this morning at ter" 1 I .
a ing several rubbers of bridge, it was opens aru-e. and fine reports as to the works wives, daughters' sisters, and
Bissell. of Detroit, Michigan, became Osieolu Growers, and the poultry association I o'clock at the First Pieshytrrian
.
'I
S 5L found that Mrs. Roy Starbird scored <- were made Especially good were mothers wre all ready for the big Legion
the I the bride of C. Fred Phipps, of Kis- besides directing" a large church which will continue with the. made the dance
highest ladies r>
among and Jack ports by primary, jun- tonight at the Gray.ton.
number of clubs. She is also I
Simpson highetmonp-; men. and simmee. The only witness was the / II i member meetings all day until six o'cKxk to- lor ..".i hone departments of the The Woman's Auxiliary, which
of the ICissimmee Busmen undProfl"ional wu
mother of the bride.The .
Edgar Katz soared lowest. A delightful night.Walter .'4<*hoOi definitely organized last Friday, li
salad course was served. bride is. a .daughter' ''! of Mrs.A. Women's Club. R. Hill, state Sunday school 1 I At1 a iiitvuas. made by the pas- the job and will furnish refreshment M,

Those enjoying this delightful' party A. Bissell who>> spent the past winter : -- superintending, is in KisMinmee for 1 k'; >r. ReW.. (C. :Norton, on the Gardner's five piece orchestra will fqr-
were: Capt. and Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon. here, and is a young lady/ of chaimingpersonality. CHILDKK.VS- l D.11 VT the convention and! will speak/ at 10:4H: ''Ipoitut't-, of t the Sunday school im-I' nish the music. A big and a high clan

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Steed, MI(". and She made a visit to Kis- PRESBYTERIAN: CIICKi'll this morning on "The Value] of Organization. i siM.1'rirrt\ impressed, upon his well-conducted dance is assured. Artistic -'
Mrs. R. G. Minick, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- simmee' about three years ago when ." This afternoon at 4JIo:!) hi'irr-" the importance of the teat-h posters, the work of Miss Emily

far Katz, Mr. and Mrs.\ Roy Starbird, she became acquainted with th- Childien's |)av was observed at the he will conduct a teachers truining, cry "hi-inii on. time, and attending ev- Sanderson, are expected to bring a
Mr. and l Mrs. Howard Katz, Mr and groom! which acquaintance culminated First Presbyterian church on Sunday clans. i "-r\: Sunday. if pcttsible. Hill next i rumber of people from Orlando.
1 Mrs. Walter Coble, Mrs. John M. Lee, in this marriage night. There was a large audience" The program for the meetings today you t was to keep Jesus Christ before. Last night at the country store the
and Messrs, Bryan and Jack Simpson. I The groom has been .resident of 1 present, und the church was artistically with the lime set for each, follows I < !Idluul: : u* being the greatest man announcement was made that next
II I KisRimmee for the past three years, decorated with palms and ferns! : and the best friend to man, and the 'Thursday night: will conclude the Legion
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MINICKS ENTERTAIN und. owns' an interest in the Phipps and baskets", of cut flowers, arranged 10:00:() to 10:15:I a, m. ))l'vutioh,1eXel'dReS advantages of having Him as an example country store* They have not

FOR VISITORSThe Bros. garage/ and has made many uitiatically.. The following programwas by U. J. Burrows. and loving' Him more than anyone been a paying' proposition for the legionnaires
home friends during his stay here who will rendered: Opening song.\, by con- 10:15: to 10:30: -Scripture reading:: el'-e l in the world. His! ddresg!' Ordinarily these "country
of Mr. and \
Mrs. R. G.
congratulate him. The young coupleare l'1'1'l/'ution: prayersong hv .hoir. and prayer, by A. S. Nelson. war wdl received by those present. I stores" are productive of good financial
Minick, on Vernon street, was the domiciled at 220 Beaumont" ; 10jo": to 10:45 Addiess of Welcome : I
'scene of a charming Mon- ave- "Welcome We Bring; responsive i : : f. L Maroney: tcld about Education; returns, but they have pot proved to
lay, when courtesy on nue. lending; greetings by Charles Mar- by Dr. J. A. Sutton. Day whK'h, would t be observed here be during the last two months. Of
t evening they entertainedat --- ter by school, "Joy Bevond All 10:43: to 11:15: -Value of Organization next
in honor ; song Sunny: and that able speakers course there have been an unusual
bridge of Dr.
A. Dunawav and Mrs. C.and A. Carson Mrs. C. R Y. P. IT. AT ALLIGATOR LAKE' ; !Measure:" exercise; "Our Day," by by Walter R. Hill. f'orr1' 'Southern" College would take number of ether things taking place,
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of Miami, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. The Betty Phay, Ruth Allen and Leslie 11:15 to 11:45-Work of the County part In the program./ He pointed out but the legionnaires have been purchasing
members of the B. Y. P. U. "
R. M. Angas. The-rooms en- Carr; duet "Lullaby, Earl and\ Don- secretary the wonderful advantages of Southern their prizes, where ordinarily
were artistically joved a delightful swimming party at aid ,Steinman 11:45 to 12-Primary Department
decorated, cut -flowers of different ; recitation "June : College and urged the Methodiststo they are donated, and they have given
Alligator Lake
last "
Thursday after of committees.
Hays, Virginia Carter; recitation, Appointment patronize the school:
shades arranged in away some fancy prizes, some of whichapproximated
baskets noon. The young people motored to Ruth Granger choir Recess for noon; ,
"Down
; song by A picnic for the Sunday school was dollar cOIL
and a twenty
vases being'used. After several '
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55 this resort and after a dip in the lake the Paths of June {recitation) Don- 1:30 to 1:45 p. m.-Devotional exercises
interesting of ;; p1ar\lu t} ,!l1r July, at Alligator Lake, They didn't want to ask for donation
bridge and the .
games
1 served'with '
were; ,
} a' most delicious aid Rev Thos. B. Huckalew.
Steinman; exercise, "A Nice Bouquet by > und Committees
scores counted were appointed to see however, and decided to the articles
were -it buy -
; was found supper. Those' enjoying this 1:45 to 215 How to enlist the
that Mrs. party by Charles Marter, Jchn' Phay, ; that tfw"picnie was made a success. given
P. C.
Buttorff scored high- were: Mr. and Mrs.!! S. L. Lupfer, Jr.. Kcrl at Homes Rev. A. J. Miller away.
OPt the ladies and Dr. C. Steinman Cecil) Graham\ Wil- Stay by AL the! >>nd of the evening' a social Several valuable prizes have been
A. Misses
S'' Dunaway among highest the Nellie Parish Arrie Redwine lard Gresham and.II. J. Nave; violin, 2:15 to :2:45: -Relation of SundaySchool Imu fto"! ..d, and delicious ice cream donated for their country store.
among men, Marell Lupfer Ruth Leah Herxberg: "Sunbeams," by Charles Mai ter to the civic life of the com- ,
rl and Mrs. Dunaway ; re- :and ts.eere\: reived by Mrs.!' J. L Last week a novel and valuable
the
was given Christine very
and Louise! May Helen citation. "The Pretty Woild," bv Allen munity. )Dr. W. H. Drcsch. .,
i honor prize. Those 1)IT) i the was
I attending de-
Chapman, Ethel Whidden Margaret .'
Williams recitation, Robert Gran- 2:45 to 1:15: -rSunday School, tre .
lightful affair were Mesdames P. C. ( ; : j I Vr-on /and Mrs.' John Brnna Mrs.\ G. ,v. Best gave the Legion a pair
Waring, Messrs.
r' Uly Chapman, Enoch ger; announcements and offeringex; Stepping Stone to I the Church. Rev. ,,r
Button, Ellis Davis R. M.\ of'el'Y fine canary hirilrf. For lartr.lKht's
Angas, Herzberg, Hobart
Amos, Harold Wilson (ercise, "The Daisy Folks," Joy1.: .- j I David Lander. -- -- -- '
o H. C. Stanford, Messrs. Davis, But- Stanley Chapman, Howard Hall, kinRon. Virginia; Barber" !Mahel Fans- I :tlfi: to a:45-Teal'hiIlK: :Men's Bible MFE .; \VIIiDDKI! ; / ; ) TO show a jar of fine honey; was
torff. Andreslin given Miss Albina
and the honorees. A Alfred Wilson, Harry Woodall, Alvin her, and Mildred Carr; song l hy choir Class. 7.. II. Smith.I I'RVIMM:' ; CAMP WORK The by Smith.
j delightful ice course was served. Rediger" Clifford Legion was assisted last night
,
S Chapman.
Ci.iols Gladness. 4:15 Moral
i of I 3:45: to and Religious/ by U. J. Borrows and
J I Influence of Sunday School Work. Ur L< ''i Li'ss( < life-saving' and first-nit! Albert Sutton
------ ---- - -- ,- who with Phil Moore and Roy Gravel,
: -- W. C. Noiton./ ila.-c- ml! Ije a feature of the tniin-
4:15 to 4:45 Teaeheis 'flailing tog '>r"'tf-ur.i Southern:; Citizens and! of the Legion, sang four quartette
: : -
' 11I11I1111I1111I11I11I11I11I11 IIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIII II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL Class, by Walter R. !Hill. R"'I'ofn'pr.' ( military training Auxiliary numbers. MJss accompanied Lucy Buckets on the, of piano the
c c.in't' n result of national
: = 4:45: to 5:15: -How to Hold liovs of I' ar- .J. Nathan Bryan in another musical
= the Teen School rurv'nu't'letween; thcVur Dt'C' -
= Age to Sunday Work, number. nice
A musical !li
= Canton Farmer. .Jrtni"r'! a:1: ,i I the American Red l lA' program
= ('-,. ,I. being arranged! for next week, and If
5:15 to 5:45; Discussion of (;
: : oner-
: there
al interest by all. '' j n-fi-i.-iiK- 'held the othe day seems to be, a popular demandfor

Report of committees and place of by I J.fiitil; Shanks! of the Fourth the country stores, manifested. by

? i == next meeting.The ('Crr,"s .\n'aith JoH" <'jh C. )Logan, it large and enthusiastic uudiencethe
= Bou'leif division country stores! may be continued.
: Red Cross
= ---- -- - head .
citrus grove needs! closest" plan- "wendefinitely outlined for: -- - -- -
( NEW MANAGER WILl. ASSIST
..1 : THREE THINGS WE :: I watching for rust mites in Juno Kendiiii, Fled' ('r"ss instructors to the CHAMBKRK OK COMMERCE'l'he !
; The Bank Should this pest make its appearance" various "rump
With
r' I the grower should spray with lime- Phi- will give the rain((, (thi I Florida Development Board'sloiganizutiein

sulphur' or .dust with sulphur. char (it. taking a few additional / 1 service department I.I i I.
rt I I
: the lourtr.iimng' : in first-aid to that re- now in active operation under management

NEVER HEARD OF ;; quip) d i DV the camp I progiam and get- I ) of J. E. Coad, who has had

ii Ability shoeing' extensive experience in that line of
-
\ work, and he will be glad to assistany
I -- - -- -- -
and
chamber of commerce in solving
';; =-= TRAINING I COURSE FOR NURSES their local problems of increasing

.' == -- -- -- CELEBRATEJuly civic in
"e -- and
,; == Willingness == The Orange General; Hospital offers terest.He membership. stimulating
a 3 year course af training for Nurses. -
=
.
: to Serve Young ladies between ajrcs/ of 18 was employed upon the recommendation
'. :MAYBE daisies can be picked at the and 30: year College/ students or of a committee appointed,
.'f' S _- 4th al'MELBOURNE ligh School graduates preferred.We to secure the best" talent possible.Mr. .
activitlelat
have Coed began/ his Florida
an up-to-date 100 bed hospital
'' ; DEPOSITS INSURED North Pole perhaps icebergs are = daily average of 35 to 75 par- Dade City on June lltnTwhcre" at

ientH.. (Our Surgeons and Physicians! the request" of the chamber of commerce

= are of the best and all classes officials, he addressed mass
are
. 1. found on the Equator possibly men S horoughlj given. New class begins/ meeting. cf their citizens on civic I loy
with
nit
. June first\ ) The following day he met
I Good Music-free Lunch We have the members of the Pasco county
a New Nurse Home which
j , have succeeded without bank"accounts.. we appieciate and Chamber of (Commerce at Port Riches
much.
enjoy
' S . All applications should be very made to and enthused them to greater effortt
;
;
: That
; toward
Directors", of Nurses Orange General county wide co-operation.
But so far there has of
., I Ii never been any Big ParadeLED Hospital, Orlando Florida. * night he conferred with directors
the Tarpon Springs Board of Trade.:

I } t 1- -- -
' : t proof offered of any of these thingso'I'
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jr ; : Bank of Osceola County P1 er Sports.Games and Trip oth-to Casino. Monday and TuesdayMusical



i Beach and big Street Prologue Featuring Two Kissimmee

= Hours 9 A. M. to 3 P. ,1M..e Dance in the evening Singers.
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