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: July 6, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01123
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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"ON AGIN" IS'THE LEGION LAKE MEETING DANCE AND NEXT, BUSINESS MEN AND GROWERS, WILL GET FARMERS'YEAR AUGUST WEEK 6 THIS TO 11 DRAINAGE .QUESTION.


BULKHEAD ELECTION Will Picnic With Auxilisry Tuesday TOGETHER AND. PLAN FOR ,PROSPERITYNew County Agent Wilson Gets Advance IS AJJTAL ISSUE
Evening And Dance At
Graystone . Information For Growers' Short .,
Hotel The Following Night Courses At State ,UniversityThe
Eleventh -- Impetus Given 'To Culture And Truck ,'
.Saturday, August "' Strawberry County Agent and Attorney .
Next Wednesday night at the Gray- }
date for the Farmers' and
Is. Pate Set For PeopleTo stone hotel l will occur the second Legion Crops As Plans,.Are Laid For Business Men's Aid Fruit Growers' Week, to be held at Recognize Chief Factor I

Decide About Funds dance the first of the'new series In This jVgrl.cultural: Enterprises the University"of Florida, has been In County Development
of bi-weekly dances. The same !general -t "p .. .FaU's. set for, August 6 to 11. This annual _
in the rules will apply as were In forceat event is arranged to give instruction,
Shall the fund remaining be transferred money to the the lat one, and a general good The stage is all set for the big load of sewer pipe for.tho mains andI inspiration and entertainment to men Fora great many years the peopleof
bulkhead street fund? After several weeks time is anticipated. The music will J mass meeting tonight at the Chamber I pockets was snipped the day before and women who are especially: interested have Kissimmee and Osceola county who
meetings reports, and be furnished by Gardner's orchestra "Commerce for both business men i yesterday. Mr. Lupfer has been in farm life. Special programs looked forward to the day when
discussions letters, the, city commissioners Tues I Tuesday night the legionnaires and j and growers. Two of the best speaker I(growing crops for the past eight are being arranged in dairying, poultry the county shall become the rich producing '
? night passed resolutions reciting auxiliary will picnic at Alligator in the state of' Florida! upon the years in ana around Kissimmee and citrus culture, bee keeping, and section which It is naturally ,"
day recent history of the question and (Lake. This will be the regular meetIng -jsubjects which are at present engaging -, never saw brighter outlook. other subjects related to farm Ilte. endowed "to become have talked ,'..< I
called a special election for Saturday. : of the Maklnson-Carson post but the attention of the people of]fh"L. E. Fenn a recent arrival in 'Kissimmee The College of Agriculture; the Ag "drainage." .Every::' once in a"while an f.
11, at which time the freeholders it will\ meet at the lake instead of Kissimmee who want to see it grow ; is another strong booste;' rl ..ultut'' Extension Division,. ;tre especially wet season calls this old '1'
August of the city may register their the bungalow. It was scheduled to bea I and the people of Osceola county who 1 for the opportunities of Osceola. AI Florida Experiment Station ttte Stat* >Q UGa4i9fl .n\pre forcibly to mind. Thepresent ,1
and decide the issue. chicken pilau, but it has been I realize what a future is in store, wiUe cashier of the Merchants and Farmers Plant Board and the Home Economics season Js particularly productive -
opinions Pat Johnston was before the commission changed to a basket picnic, as Sid Ri- I present to help out the second Bar'; he Is of the same opinion .s Department of the Extension Division of this line of thought. As one -.\
and discussion took Chard Insisted on putting a few of .year of Osceola county's best bet. the rest of the men of the commercial will contribute to the program. There grower said the other day, "This is
place. Mr. Johnston a lengthy maintained that ,his rabbits into the chicken pilau, and Forest Lake when he came to Kis life of the city. lie was for severaal will ,be help from other departments the wettest season I have seen in thiscounty -:
the city hadn't made sufficient the rest of the gang objected to have I simmee as a director of a local bank years a bank examiner before of the University of Florida and from in seventeen ye.n.'I'
tests manager to arrive at figures ing hares In their chow. Anyhow the waR enthusiastIc r.bout the prospects coining to Kissimmee, and the information outside sources. There will be special That the business men recognize
of the cost of pumping proper sand!,'and Mr.Doughten management of the Alligator Lake for this county. He sees the which he gleaned from var, features throughout the week the idenced vital necessity of drainage ev ",..
maintained that Mr,'Johnston resort is not prepared to furnish wonderfully productive soils in the ious banks in the trucking sections! i if Is with prominent men and women in by the Interest shown in the
mis-quoted. Commissioner Gilbert chicken pilau. All ex-service men are county, and he has since seen the kied ., great value locally. "I am new to agriculture and home economics take Chamber of Commerce a few weeks
was satisfied that the tests had invited to fall in and bring their I of strawberries and the other crops Ktssimmee' says Mr. Fenn, "but the :ing part in the program. The instruc- ago when they requested the city to ,j
been sufficient to show that the bulk- wives, and bathing suits and sisters which can be produced here. He baa results of the first strawberry season' tiohai matter will be divided into sections make surveys looking toward a start 1
heading could not be continued 'with and baskets o' grub and mothers or seen tremendous strides taken at his and the resultant trucking stimulus with a leader and program for of proper drainage systems. The
out a waste of and stuck by some other ex-service. man's. women home city of Sanford through the development is, easy to see in the books of the each. growers have long recognized: it. Last ...
his position of letting money the people decide folks, and they ought to be members, I of the things which KIssimmee bank. It resulted In many new accounts Provision is being made to offer accommodations Monday morning at the meeting of
whether they-wanted to pott the anyhow. The bath houses and cook and Saint Cloud are in just as { and large increase among old in the domitories of the counyt commissioners an admirable -
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on the streets or ahead with stoves, and dancing I pavilion, rood position to do. He was enthus customers. This is to be expected. the university, where people can presentation of the need was made ..
money.filling such portions of the go lake front and swimming I I water have iastic when he- rst became .Isottato., "I have seen the same thing happen spend the entire week at a very small by County Agent Leo II. Wilson.
properties as be found pavilion, and swimming water have .ed with the local people he is doUbly everywhere, else where trucking was cost. The dining hall will M open to Mr. Wilson brought up the question
Commissioner may Persona was possible.of the all been contracted for and will be so flow For he has seen what the !taken seriously. I've seen the deposIts the visitors and they can get their before the commissioners for them to
furnished by the management but first year of co-operation did, and lie. swell in the banks when trucking meals at actual cost. take such action as they deemed ad-
(Continued on Has KI.M> the local post has got to furnish the knows what vastly more improve started. I have seen them continue Farmers' and Fruit Growers' Week (Continued on Pass Eight) "....
: people. Those who want to practice ment will come with the second year. after the season. But the best part is intended to bring together the
STATE TO LISTEN a little for the next night's dance can No business man nor grower wants. of it all is that as I would go to those farmers and fruit growers of Florida ONLY FOUR DAYS LEFT
,do so without Sear of busting a window to miss hi. talk tonight. same banks in those same cities in and everything will be done to make
and in L. M. Rhodes of the state marketIng -: following there their stay in Gainesville
I everybody can go bathing years was not only exceedingly
IN TELEPHONE even if it ain't Saturday night. If bureau is another man who has I I the same seasonal increase, but a profitable and entertaining. TO ENROLL FOR CAMPSA .j
you forget your bathing suit you can long urged Osceola county to reach. steady growth from year to year. A strong program, in charge of
go in anyhow-they have 'em for rent out and dig the gold which is lyinc'In "The prosperity of the grower is re home economics specialists and dealIng .
Railroad Commission Will at that place. her surrounding soils. He not only fleeted |'n the increased and better with various phases of home economics Few More Local dbys .
Have Hearing Next Week Get the idea about this picnic, it knows that the produce! can 'be business of the business man. The is being arranged. Every Care .,"''
isn't for members of the Legion and made here, but he isn't one who Is at financial strength of the city accumsjates -. and comfort will be offered to the Sign Up For Citizens ,
At Tallahassee Rooms Auxiliary only, It'. for all ex-service all discouraged over marketing facilities. tremendously from year to women of Florida who come here to Training: Camp ;
men in- town, with their eligible Auxiliary He knows what he is talking year. There is a veritable wonderful spend the week.F.rmen' _
R. Hudson Burr chairman of thCcajl; .(oik*. If there's anything more about when he discusses marketing, future in store for Kissimmee and Week last year. proved .
Atate railroad commission has *). VOtr want .to know ask Howard Kate for he has been in it, and has seen It .this county if the activity which was successful from every standpoint Being F. S. Ledbetter and Jack Whidden
a hearing for next Friday, July 18, he's'the goat. work. He is thoroughly conversant :started last 'year is continued." new it was something of/-an,ex are two more Kissimmee boys who ".
at the hearing rooms at Tallahasseete with all the problems which confront I George Taylor is another man who periment. Several additional tttsturts arfThJanntnr: to attend I the citizens \
listen to complaints about the KIs- Mrs. R. M. An gas chaperoned the the grower and he knows also what I has been a consistent advocate ofI : will be added this year and it wftIr'be ,rotary. training. camp in Alabama \
siramee telephone syitem. The call junior department of Saint John's success to the grower means to the I more activity in trucking and straw digger and better in every respect. this summer. This makes a total of I
is as follows: Episcopal church at a camp for the business man. It will be an inspire 'berry line. He is wearing an air of The program and more definite an seven from Kissimmee, the five who .
Whereas, formal complaint has been week-end. Friday afternoon, about tion to hear him also. I confidence in the future. He wants nouncements will appear at an early have already been accepted! being
filed with the Railroad Commission of I CO members of the church came out There has been a renewed activity to i see agricultural development con- date. Fred Lupfer, Emerson Squires. Hamilton f ;
the Stat4v *f Florida. alleging among .and enjoyed a delightful fish fry.. i in the agriculturally thinking peopi.tlnW "Do you know," be said yes Brown Alfred. Wilson. and .. 1
other things that the rates of the ; Clayton Yates, ,four of themBoy &
daring the last couple of weeks since j-terday, "while there was greatlyln '
Kissimmee Telephone Company fortelephone the second year's campaign got under creased business activity during las WARDEN APFOINTED'UNDER'ACREE Scouts. Several more are eonaId...' %
service furnished Kis- CITY BUYS A NEw making applications, 'hot .they bar ,'
way. Over in Saint Cloud they strawberry season, 'In spite of; the ; ***
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. simmee, Florida, are "excessive and are holding weekly gatherings and poor markets, the biggest thing to only until July tenth to do so. : .a
, produce an excessive profit" and that enthusiasm is running high. In Kis my mindT-which was accomplished. LAW The Government camps) for.. bois J'
. the service rendered at said exchange LA FRANCE ENGINEWill simmee on all sides one sees increased -I was the confidence implanted in the .this summer are designed primarily

, is atrocIous. therefore.., ._ activity. Take a look at the back people. It is the faith in their community Sheriff Names Game for citizen training and the programof .!,
Take Notice that the Railroad Commlssioners room of the poatoffice and see the which was .inspired. !They % War. work calls for not only physical,
of the State of Florida will Trade In The Old Fire vms%>us '.packages and bundles and know now, what some of them have den for County: Salary Is but moral and civic,training, as. well'
I be in session in their hearing room .'Fighter And Have:Modern sacks: of seeds.which are pouring Into ''heretofore only thought might be possible Fixed as elementary: military! training." lilt
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at Tallahassee, Florida on the 13th this locality.' Watch the mail carriers i and what others have believed By. CommissionersThe terestlng motion pictures and lecturesof 1
day of J4ly. at 9:30 a. m., then and Engine December' First and the rural deliveries and see could not be done. They know ty can the highest grade will be used for
there to hear and consider said complaint evidences of the coming prosperity. be done and that's a great step forward. Osceola county game law which Instruction and from a weli'rounded
,' and if it be found from the Kissimmee I-going to'have'a new On .all sides .everybody is optimistic .' If they'll keep on gradually was! .passed without the !governor's schedule It' expected that. young .
evidence that the'' -rates charged by fire engine, of the best type and latest This season looks like the rat's whiskers increasing from year to year you'll signature during the recent legislature men will come to realise their obligations '
the Xlsshnmee Telephone Company improvement. This was decided last -when it comes to the marketing never know this town. It is the one showed its first tangible resultsat as citizens in every sense,of the'
- for telephone service furnished by nljjht at a meeting of the city commissioners 1 question. With the unprecedented industrial .biggest and best bet for Kissimmee the regular July meeting of the word. Major'General Leonard Wood,
.5. said company at Kissimmec, Florida city manager. Fire! ChiefJ. I activity at least for many and Osceola county." county commissioners Monday. Under Adjutant-General of the Philippines,
are "excessive and produce an excessive C. Buckets, and H. II. Barnard, years and the general opinion of I I That faith was born last year. It the law the sheriff appoints a in a.recent letter stated that the civic -
profit" the said commissionerswill representative of the American La commission men and buyers of the lived through the trials of low mark- game warden and the commissioners function of the citizen's c.rnpa. appears
I ptrcjceed. to prescribe just and France Company. Mr.. Barnard has north all pointing in the same direction -I ets. It has stood out from ariftJnc the fix the salary. Sheriff Farmer reported more Important than the *
-, reasonable telephone rates for said I been "dickering with the city for the Florida grower has a rightto :high waters of the wettest summer in : the appointment of Sam B. thought of preparedness in a strictly ,
I exchange.The six years about this engine and the feel that optimism which is con- j i two decades, it is hovering around the I Story as game warden, and the commissioners . military sense. Professors W. S.
said commissioners will at said deal is finally closed. tigious. doubters now just asking for the after considerable discussion Cawthon State Superin nd..t of .'
time and place, also hear and considerthe Good terms were arranged for -* This week car load of tile 12,500strong I I chance to come in. It will get addi- I set his salary at $125 per month.It Public Instruction and W. H. Cassels.
complaint as to service furnished the old engine being turned payment in arrived and is on the ground 'I tional strength at tonight's meeting.If was pointed out that the warden Principal of the inch School at Pal- I
by said company to its subscriber*, as the first payment. It was purchased -I where S. L. Lupfer and Earl Lupfer | anybody is feeling(' melancholy let I must have either car or a horse at atka. are very enthusiastic over the '
and such other matters relating to twelve for $4300 and is will tile between seven and eight him go to the Chamber of Commerce all times. The full text of the law training received at these camps,
rates .as may properly arise in the now being years taken ago in at $1500 with all )acres. Another car of 12,500 tile was ,tonight and get an ointorical "shot in was published in The Gazette of June which their sons have attended.The .

premises. its service stripes. The new engine shipped on the thirtieth and a car ,the arm.'"' .6.C. quota for this county has not .
S. Acree recalled old times before
And at said time and place all .
parties -
will cost $12.750, the first cash pay- the commissioners yet been filled, according to MajorB. .
interested will have an opportunity I by appearingat C. Civilian Aide the Secretary
,ment to be made February first of their Monday's session with plea Riley, to "
to be heard. a
fully 1925.. and seven. yearly payments to be of War for the State of Florida '
that something done the
by commissioners

F follow with interest st 6 per cent MATERIAL HERE FOR KISSIMMEE WATER IS regarding the Dixie High at Gainesville who says, "Applications .
NEW CITY BRIDGE IS
from for the C. M. T. C. will be :
February 1924. received .
A. WELCOME CONTRIBUTIONCity I The new engine Is an American La way which the between state road Kissimmee departments and until July 10th and all young
repairing
RED CROSSWORKERS O. K. SAYS THE STATENo
Manager B. B. Doughten France Type 78 Triple Combination Campbell's Station. While he was in men between seventeen and t..ty.four -
open. machine, with a capacity of 750 gal- years of age who desire to enter
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the legislature, said he, this road was
ed the road the bridge on
over new
I should send in their Im-
lons minute and is to be delivered camp, names
per started and he had heard that the detour .
the Dixie inside the Kissimmee
Highwayjust city {December first. The present system Women To Make Signs Of ContaminationIn mediately. Those who attend camp ,
I had been in a frightful condition.
limits structure this replaces week. A the new old concrete wooden t puts the pressure on the mains and Sweaters and Pajamas For Municipal Supply In Later "they went to a great expense will receive transportation, food !
clothing and antl .
during the last three fires the calking laundry free they
and laid down lumber for to
bridge over the ditch, and is minus in the mains has given way. The Soldiers In HospitalsMrs. Latest Examinations ver. This lumber is now cars all torn pass will not be required to join the National r
the is
The constructed
bumps. bridge -
present system can develop at the Guards, Organized Reserves, or
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and down.I
again bogging
with three I-beams and arch supports Howard Anderson chairmanof J. R. Gilbert clerk up cars are other branch of because
plant, the same pressure which the !! Periodically city appeal to to do what any service just ;.
and not only is built to last new will develop at the nozzle but the volunteer workers of the local sends samples of the city water used you you canto they take this month of tralnng. .
have things fixed right. If
but is an adornment to the road. I puts the strain on the mains, one of chapter of the American Red Cross, by Kissimmee to the State Board of will resolute regarding up the conditions you ."
this week received the materials for'I Health for bacterial examination and <
which was split at one time owing to and will\ state the facts I am sure
TOMORROW THE LAST excessive pressure. Chemical actionin the sweaters which will be made by certification to the Public Health Serv will get some action." Mr. Acree you SCHOOL BONDS SOLD ;
the ground causes the lead calkingto local women for ex-service men in ice. Invariably the report comes back stated that he had opposed the "workof ,
the tuberculosis This work that Kissimmee water is This
deteriorate, and the present mains hospitals pure.
road
the hard commission" and
DAY OF DOLLAR WEEK have been laid for so long a time that..was undertaken by the local chaptertwo is the case in the latest examination, still does so. The governor had urged WITH GOOD PREMIUMSchool
subjecting them to sufficient pressureto months ago when Miss Marion made this week. its continuance in order to get national -
fight a fire of any magnitude would Crawford, field agefit for the Red George W. Simons, Jr., chief sani- 1 funds, he said, and that was why
Local Stores' Bargains To endanger them and thereby endangerthe Cross, was in Kissimmee. The national tary engineer for the Florida state the legislature had kept it. The commissioners -. Board Had Five Bids
water supply for the whole city. association furnishes the mate- board of health, under date of July 2,
took action.
Last Through Saturday; In case the calking should give way. 'rfal, and the local people do the work. writes Mr. Gilbert as follows\ : Considerable time no was devoted to For Saint Cloud Bonds At

Expect Big CrowdsJust or the piping burst the city mightbe Kissimmee will make ten sweatersand ,. "On June 29 we received from you hearing Attorney L. C. Crofton, of Last Week's Meeting
two of water for bacterial
put to very great expense, in addition twenty pairs of pajamas. samples the law firm of Landis Fish, and
to being without fire protection || Material for the latter has not yet examination as to purity and subsequent lull, of DeLand, who repersented the ,
one more day after today and or water service until repairs were arrived, but the making of the sweat- certification to the Public Hopkins interests in Osceola county.Mr. Fire bidders appeared before the
the big, Dollar Week of bargains wilt I made. :era is starting immediately. All women Health Service for use on common Crofton wanted a reduction in meeting of the county board of public
pass into history. The week got a Kissimmee at present is rated asI I who would like to assist in the carriers in interstate traffic. tax assessments on a large number of .instruction last Friody to bid on the
start last Saturday on accountof work can find out the particulars by "Examinations have been concluded
poor second class by the fire underwriters, lots in the vicinity of Saint Cloud. school bonds for school
the heavy rainstorm which kept but insurance rates threaten to go communicating with Mrs. Anderson. upon the above samples and the results He claimed that 592 lots there were special tax
people from taking advantage of the higher unless modern equipment is Those who have so far agreed to makea indicate that the water from ,assessed at more than 100 per cent I district No. 1, otherwise known as the "
many opportunities to make a dollar put in. The new engine will enable sweater are Mrs. D. W. Alderman, your municipal supply is of a good of their value some running as highs Saint Cloud district. Four of these
stretch. Then came the Fourth of the city to hold its second class rating Miss Edna Baker, Mrs. G. W. Best sanitary quality and entirely suitablefor i I. 500( per cent. He quoted several bids were conditional upon approvalof
July and Thursday afternoon's clos small reductionon Mrs. Haynes Bnnson, Miss Ethel use as a drinking supply. The :I
and will\ give a statute in an effort to prove his right national bond or validation A.
ing. certain class risks. Owen, Miss Mary Sanderson, Mrs.Sam bacterial counts were normal and to a hearing. Pat Johnston, attorneyfor attorneys
and and Miss Frances there were no evidences of any con- I by the courts. .
.t In spite of holidays rainy days, i ... Story, Tress. the board of county commissioners
Al the merchants from whom reports Curtis Browne met'-with a serious tamination in either sample examined. ''pve his opinion that the proper timeto The bid of G. B. Sawyer Company, 'j
have come have done a good business, accident Saturday. afternoon while Judge and Mrs. T. M. Murphy returned We will send certificates to the have presented these requests was of ,Jacksonville was accepted by the r \
and the buyers have gotten more values riding home on a motorcycle which to Kissimmee Saturday aftera Treasury' Department covering; this .t the JUne meeting, which had been board. This company: offered $1760 .'
for their dollars than they have caught "1''. Applying the brakes he short visit to Columbus Delaware supply.) . advertised as the time for complaints, premium which practically mad the .1
for a' long long time. Saturday always skidded a. long.distance.and fell under Magnetic Springs, and other Ohio and took issue with ,Mr. Crofton regarding bonds sell at 104 with Interest de
_. is 'a blC'day in Kissimmee, and the machine.; sustaining several ,cuts points. After trying the northern The many friends of Mrs. .Edgar another law the stores are making preparation for about the face and arms, and dislocating summer heat they are well satisfied Katz are rejocied to know that she might be heard-at; the August The premium will take,care ,.of,all legal :
the blggesfSaturday; ever tomorrow. ., his .knee.' 'The- motorcycle "was to remain in Kissimsnte..1>. Kepotts successfullyrecovered from the critical or September meetings, provided the expense incidental, .to.the isstt
There ii'still a ,good deal of 'toda 'burned and he was with dfficuItyresicue have it;that the; 'judge was farther condition which developed Tuesday assessments had been increased. sacs of the.bonds and will pay a large' ,if,
left, too and the last two days of from it by J. H. Roberts.Browne disinclined toward Ohio because of and is improving.. Her mother, County Assessor William I. Barberwas part of the architect's fees for'the ,((11
the big Dollar Week are surely "op I' was unconscious Saturday night but the difficulty lie experienced in finding Mrs. Oscar Smith, arrived last night called into the conference and construction, of the new' Saint'Cloud. ,, ;' ." .i
portunity days" is recovering'nicely.! Tamps made cigars. from. Chicago. (Continued on Pac Bleat) 'thigh school. .'"

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In and for the County of Oicooln. In Confederate States during the civil sltuoted In onceola County flortdn The Children's Home Society of ing ehUd
OhKncery. O. F. Krlbbn. Complulnnnt..Vm. with state in Who will to, offer *
rood
there -"are coincidences between to-wlt: S Florida- headquarters te frt
al. Uonpond.nt war
.
H. t ,
.. Jam D.pler, home
1 ,,. Foroctoirtire of-Mortgage.; Notion. him and Abraham Lincoln president Oi-t-HU-alo No. !U. Lots. 2. 2%. ,Jacksonville" a most urgent to some -or girl-.or

"4 of a'Aat"r'.08ale. Notice I* h.r.by,.,irlv'* of the..J'ederal Government, which Ulo.-k 14. Aa VHH'\il to Unknown.CertlllciUe !: Block appeal to 'makinl hearted to a pair of fine brther- or a
; I No. 300. 1 Lots 7, H, peo.j I
,,* n by tho under.lfrne Jieretoforo appointed In aId rauaa niijrht. be mentioned and, to say the 10 Assessed to C. K. DIIITM" Bizel pie of Florida t- provide home T ..

to terry out the tprm. of the find de- least will be interesting and will in C.rtlHcatf No; Ml. l.ot 13. lllock its big family absolutely homelessboys ten. .

<-re o herein entered' the Z6th day of no- way detract from the worth of 16. AssesM
;June that pursuant. to IhetRrmaollllllc' these historical character. In Certificate Hurt.Ccrtlrtruto ). 0 REDUCED and 1'ensacola are filled State Superintendent Maru.
many 17, AssesHnd. to J. M.I :
1 iihall unless payment as (( ,
11 I' ,
nil Jeori-o 428
provided for In mild final decree In | respects their lives run on parallel No. 253. loot I 15. Jllorlt most to their utmost capacity, ai-I F.gJ. St'-Jame. Building, Jack.

made prior to the Sale Pay ofTri* fop {, ]lineS Both of them were born in the .17. Assessed to Unknown, 3 Hlock1ft. \ railroad and hotel ) other'children in need cannot come will gladly give,

'Hale and .ell In front of the (' url. same state of the union, that of Kentucky .Ceillllcate.\csesuod. to=No.256.Jufl Klaer.C. . Lot. into the Home-until good homes are I full particulars to any one willing to

)louxn. Klorjdn dnor. on Klimlmmen Auwust 6th.Osceola A. I)i County 1HU8.t.rtwern -. j Davis in 1808, and Lincoln rtllleate. =No. 260. Lot 1. Mlock' \ : \h.RATES,4/-/ found for some of the fine- boys and Rve'' some by or 11'1 a .chanc la,

the legal hours for BnJe. to ;' in 1800, within a year of ench 2n.HHt'H.HCd') to Unknown.Certificate girls already in the Home
No. :!5S. Lots IS. 14.lllock
the hlftheit and b..t bidder for ouahtherefor other. Each of them: left hi* 22.,1/ = to II., Taylor.Certlltcal. I .. A particular appeal la made for
of the -".iiondnts .
.. as .the the KHine lnt n-8ts oxlsted on "the* date, native state in ,childhood! Davis fcoin I II .- No. 2H2. Lot I 1. lllock : *>- )1.0ml'I. for boys-for the society has CHAMPIONS MUST PAY

I at the execution or the mortirawf, foreclosed (1to the southwest, and Lincoln to the i 2.*.. AHhCHHcd'to I'to Ii now ii. lot of boys from seven to
in nald. t"-wlt: ll h. 4th tlu-in Orl lilt-lit.-/ No. 205. Lots 12. 13. I I best Bathing Beaches fnellt
cause. north-went. Each of wan in Unknown all of of ago have ever It doesn't pay to boast of being a
lllock" 25. Assessed to ; year tha
of :ilafch.. ,\. I>. 1 1H22. or R. ther.-
.3, after day acxiulre. and tli<' Intvrents. of nil the Black Hawk war: of 1R32, 1 Davis Hald, 1 I..1* b.-liiK I In, KlHHltnin.-e I I'ark. Florida been in the Home- in pail champion gamester in the Dallas cor
f said ns Second Licutencnt of the Regular'sand Tinsal.1 ) .I l.lll.lH, .belli!.* HKHeMH"d-at till There A
7 '''','...on.1I1I,1111\ an Intei-i-nt In S singles-triplets, etc. are. a poration cour. negro arraigned ,
lands under .sniil reniiondcnta. or, .nn> Lincoln as captain of the Volunteen. .In I' ol'I tinIsmialiee of snld cert' I flea tea fine lot of older boys, up to recently judge he had shot.I
; I In I lie pill"P1)05 an Hhown above. UnlessHII CHAM / fourtenyears.
..f them. Hlnon *..ld dnte. In the roll lJ \' -
HifC described property, located It. ) <>..- Both of them began their political ill ci-rtlilcateH I Him II I I redeemed uccordlnK EO.fCOMMERCE eager and anxious to go craps until he had,put "all dem nig.

o oln County, KlorldAT" to-wlt : career the same year, 188-1,1 ,) to law *Inx .Ic--.l will Issue Jittertth'ng to some rood
All of frnrtUinnl xeotlon 12. 13. 23 1 lII\'iJ! us presidential elector for Polk, ;i' th'-reon on tin :|oii| play| of .1 pl', '\. II. wwwww homes of education and awhile by himself.

,, South..nd 24 of of Townnhln KaliKe Twenty-nine twenty-nix .2\11<2HI! ,' and Lincoln fo)'. Clare. They were also circtilt I Ii2.1.! I I 'PO.u..l..1. I L" ",Oxeiulreet'pula County.Clerk Florida.SKAL The society also has a opportu'nitY'j "You are a marathon dice shooter,

Kast, also fractional Kectlon 18 and the elected 1 to congress about the same I ( : ) I II!)' S. II. p.ullock. I). C. -.--- girls-.from 8 to 14 then ?" suggested the judge.

west half; west half of southeast quarter time. Davis in lR4fi' and! Lincoln in '.-,., TWENTY-TWO MILLION CHILDREN that the society desires Jo place in':I "Reckon I is, Sah," replied the ex.

anil IMono ( I ) of Houthwi-m quarter 1845. They were inaugurated I topreside IN SCHUOL( L.\ST'I An just the right kind of family homed pert.
of .Nort h..not qtnirti'r of itInntnotr 1 NO'I'K i.: IF ."'I'I.U"'lo' Kill '1' t \
,, ..n < 1M.! ) nf said townshln, t twentvolx over their respective A'ovfo
I\ 20) In ,rmiKo, thirl: .3111 Kant. merits in the same 'cal'. Davis onKebiuaiy : IH" HKITICMY; filVKN=:. That This month marks the closing of as members of the family-sent to shooting craps is ten dollar, but

The saul. Hvet.luns n 'ijil imrts thereofomprlsliiK ) S. I 1S01, and Lincoln on I :llr... \llIr)' l II. Dro",,"". .lni4nlt.triitrl\, , the school year 1922-24, akhougl school church etc. champions always pay a little more,
4 he ..iibili isbn 'known :IHKlKslmtiiee. Mulch 4 ( Davis before of. I Instate. of John i ];. HI-OIIHOII. deceased
J 1SU, 26 days thousands of country scho >U l ended Homes are not urged for babies or so just step over to the clerk'i desk
1.',a'k. acmrdlnn I to the $pint pliri-hiiHer of '1'"x <'ertlt1.-ate f NOM I to 2.I .
t, I t"..r..ot on file In the ufflcu of the Clerk Lincoln. And! the final coincidence 57, IT'S an.) I 1114( ilat.-d the tlth day of their f\e. six or seven months' term children under five years-for thft so and hand him fifteen dollars We al-

I - uf the Circuit Court of BHld HO.-ola i between them is that their term of office .Illllc. .\ .1) >. 1H2I. IlllH tiled, .uhl: t-ertlll- earlier the spring. Iit many ciety has a waiting list for these lit ways try to treat the champions prop.

<-ounty. and recorded In Plat It.Jokn= expired within a few days of each iiit'.H in toy .ofilcf .iitd, II.IH ni.iil.appli', children have ( nr in Ih. public tle ones-but most urgent appcul U crly.-Weathcrford Texas) Herald.
1 on i asre Kxreptlon" liow'<*>Tr I frnnithe other .-iitl.in for, ,fIX d'-' d to ,iMMiie hi" nrcordancp : .
all t he lots, Davis by being overthrown and schools of the United States, city and
.I onerntlon! of thin K-oree' with I law Said: i i--i I I Htlcal.-a I i101- ,
', .tiloltH.. and actii of land 1 nuliln' '\ \VOl Lincoln by astcxMnation in the same h r4.-.> tlit- l <.llo\\lnk i .les.t i hued. pri>|"-i'' country 'since; last .September The ,I' -

.: < t.nvey<-.1 l hi'to iithe ex.-cutloii of tlrtjilortKHt.1 month of.theMalhi! year"April, 18C>;,. t.v. Hltuat.d I In < " for.. la. ,.el In thin HllllThe, '
tract Lots an<1 liloclis I of .' enil h "i'- Thus it wor.U seem that God raised j I' I.-witVo.. 1T.2. :Sti;, ...I, :\1"| ', ..r SK'4; of :See-I but a conseivative estimate plact' I
.I'I"
.- \,' . I i iTi < i o....: at* Kho: ;I": ln:- Hllldi up and led and wlt'h"d1.h.[ .. t\\o inca I' I lion ;2. Toxvnshi |. :2::V :Smith,, riinife 2s the grand total ut 22,0<":i,,*>2a. Th TRAVELER'S HOTEL I IKOHMKKLY

l', i ,IMI of KlxMliiiniee I'nrk pr.' aw follows. '; on somewhat purvllel lines, to prepare' IvaMt.;, No 157. :N: of Sl-J'i; "I, Hecllon enrollment in the public high school
I. 2. :X a.nl, 4 of II1...-1< I : I II them for the struKtrlc] ': 1. Tounihlii, 2.'i S mighty is about 10.2( cent -
t I.OM 1. 2. !1. andr.otn 4 of Illiiclt 2. I : : I l.-.v, I H.:1'; : ; : : i inof NK"i' run S. per nlm NKWBY INN .
I, l.otM :3, !3 H4l..ols IInd 1l1.i ..f HloeU! S : I Ii which awaited them pf'l'1JJttingead1 j v.i vds.V.. 4 4. il".S ill* ydH, No2": her or 2,2:0.,2';, leaving 19,81:1,451as :

i 1. :1. 4. r. and I K i.f lll.x-lt 4 ; to begin and to end his national, Career j \ .IF x; fi'iii' ) .1... XV I loP )'.IN :N. 2211 yds the ] in public elementary DINING ROOM NOW OPEN

. I l.ols 1. 2. :X.ll 4. 6 and A of HKirkme Ii ; at the same time. Both vemen )I22": > da. In :Sm-tlun, 5. T.lvv, "..hit. 25:; school The estimated-wumbe .
\ n( (ln-liK: < lot Plock' 7. I South. Miinir. 2S En": =No.: 1r.4.< HI>K. -
All of being one lot Hlork H : of great executive ability.Pet i ,, t i int. vKi-ctlon I ..1'. ;S line ol, Lot. 2 and in the eighth pnde. is fc.2 per" cent o! REASONABLE RATES

I Lots 2. 3, 4. n, KLiots mid !U ..f HloiUl. tl : haps Jefferson Davis l. at tin- lit ofXay of FI.11011111101 K. It. run this number or I 1,624,70():). It is fair J. K. KI>MON ON. Proprietor
I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 0 I, 7. It, 12. 1:1:l time was the only man in the' South i :Nortliste: ) l 1\ .ilfiiiK,, I'.t. of Way I 16 to say that 80 per cent of these pupils ,

.oo'o .nnd 14 of flloIII\ : lllork 11 I' who possessed! the ability to sustain I ,'h.. Sonthw. Ktei-l\-, .at ,rlulit aiiKlesvltli . I ,21t9,712!>! ( : actually completed the PHONE 221 : : : : : KIS3IMMEE, .'LORI'
I Ixits ft. ft. 7, K and 1O of : \ 1'111.1 1 lit. ofViiy to S Mmof Lot
I Isotm 1. 2.7. K, Iii, 11 and 14 of liloclt,' the Confederacy for four long yean I I..2.1""-ii poa ."".: .Hal.4 I I line I of beic. In work of the eighth grade! and may .

: fi. against such wonderful, odJs, and J Section I I I.I. TowtiHhlp I 25 :South KaliHc now be (classed as elementary school oeoo .
., Lots. 8Vi. &. r., 7, 8 .."dI I of 1I1.K-K IS.J Abraham Lincoln the only one in the t 2S Kant. : this About 14.5 .
.ots 1. 4, A. 6. and n>i of Rlork" 14 ; I Th.HII' land b.-lnur nsness'-d at tinOat. graduates for year. S
i Lots 1. 2 And 3 of nUyk ir: I North able to preserve the Union cent of the enrollment in public
: .' of iHsiiaiic.. of xafd certltlcates h In per H. HAROLD M. P. L). A.
: Lots 12 and 111 of Hlork Iq6. Block I Irt : against such terrific reverses in bat- the name of I'X'KSiiXXN:; = fiilenH Bald high] schools] will be found in the Prr ld. JUME Vie 81MMONd. C MORIU80N..R

'j Lots 1. 4. 7, 14. 10. 11 I I and 14 I of I! tie during those four years. <.0-I tifb.at.-" Hhall lif .U < in. d a'Uordillf fourth )'l'&I' Fir 192:) this number
4 Wock 17 ; Nor did the ; to lau tax .let .1 will Ifisiic tbere.iii Bert Fertilizer kicctidd Sprayer Poultry
rosult in'
Lots 4. 5. R. 9, 12, 13 avid Ill or Jlnl-l: )< I Confederacy on I flu.uoi:: lh chtnr l Jnlx. X I II 1H2S. is estimated at_, 320,326. Approxmately S.ppl.
!, no benefit to the Federal Government Honest Goods Fair Prieea prompt
w 18 ; j J. 1. iiVHHSTMKKT.' 70 per cent 'of thil number SJp.t
_ i ..... 4, L &. 7, fI, 9. l.. Hi 12.: It ii'.l.. It was not either wholly c lost cause I Ito Clerk Clicnit Court. or 228,428 are forth a Your Nelchbor-IU Cow.
14offtJoc14 19 ; ,, the Confederate State It ,resulted,! J of Ille, -k t" high school graduates. The graduates BEFORE "
l4)1. 3. $. 4. St and 7 < "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BUYING.
t 1 1, X. 4. 5, 6. 7, and 9 of 1110.,21.. in cementing more securely the states 1.------------ I of the three-year, high schools will
7 Id"of lilorfc 33 to the and the ''''I'IC''; TO lIfnhIlt'4. : 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. J eluill florida
.1 ft. ts fnd : Union causing Federal add at least 10,000 to this number.
toy th E
t..u 1.4. 6, ...n.I'K1 of lllo.k :?4. | | :NUTK.'IIH: lii-iel.y gis' n .
Government to j-espeit and ) '.. .. -- -- -
(\ .. Lots 4 ft ml It\ nr Tttnek IS: preserve I ,Mon.I: of .J.iuiit\: .1111..1. .' H of
'. .. Lots 1. Z and 3 of Hlock 211. more closely the rights of the I ,ola county. VInl., ). that ii- ..1".1 l'-I 1----------:, '" ., |.f: ,
: '4 Ixrts 2. .1 .II U.I 14 ofHliMl' steles, nut to mention oth"r benefit-. \,11 I I I I I.. I ,';.h I "I l up t.. t'l ,',-loek
.ti 1.: 1.! S. 11. IX.: 14. l.>.'ti.1. !I' ; IT. ..ii lh- ,liitll' ila-: of Julv. X If )19 Noot"I. Is h.h p.r "'.n I t'nil' I und-i, ,
Hence it is well that the
1 23. 2S iii of fll.'i l< country, ..t tl, ..rfiiof Hi. cl.-ik, I "f ihc 'lrcull' 1.11.1, h "tin.I, ,,.. i I." ,"I f..r.tloHljle ..- J Ii
;2.H I I. 21.' ?2, 14. D) 'JI..r / s
; P
: "
j year call to the remembrance' .. . .. ., ,
'. "<*' according' In('Ohs pl.if .if t h. *;i!"- i itilvlslon once a 'c.iuit. "* .01. 'otinty. Flo'III. nt Ihi- 1..1.. l I. tli.. Jil'lu- \: of .11..., HotI I :Slli: or i 1.:1.: > I'Mrnee of the pottplv, the trhaiuctc-r." woith |I. '".ii], t !,.I"." KlHKlnnnee. Kloi, Ida for'l o"t""th ,,.ld'.1 'Ii 1, """I ,.f 1'1.,11/., ,. Inind .
I I .. t.in 1 of I h. followlnu; .1.. Mcrib. .1,.1l fur 00 I't'mitN. i In .
0 r 1'alk. Osceola t4i'>unly. Kloi) ,,-.i I" and! iiliihty of these two American-, IMIH. : j < : .hn.! \
./ .,.,1 1 1Ixits I 't"| -ilal ISuad ml) 1.1Ulslriil' Vpill, :|Hth I'12.'I: I .-MUM"tli.iin
P--(ru "
Jnif a i 1'nlt t nf > ,-"foul" I lw..J\- i il I !'l I .i.ithirteen I .I li [Licensed Funeral Director
: bund!
tlu-ir .
,. (U.i :;> ..f T"" ',.hl.|. tweil\I I iv line political career dot .' ii lioiol-, towltvutu |,ndlliK.. : wI.I -io'in, ;. .. \ Store and Chaptl
(12111 South i .inn!"i t \ ent v-nini- ( !'. to posterity.Tanpa Tribune.irr < "!>'! ', l li of -$*. no' i-ach: nuinbir- Mlll.iJi, "' of I Ito,- .. .
official i ------ -- --- ''I1".tI. "f \.111".1. .
oJ"ltf. necnrdlnir to the yiL&tfiled -5 on -
A Sine.... S.rs'ie. /. R.oij..jStewart
.
1 l Ini-liiHlv., ,, S.I.
tat.of .1 Mlll.-r d.! IH..I M.nl.tnIt.
"
and record, the
vub'n \
_ _ I i-cords of I ciH.-c.ila i aniotiti'..ul' Kloi, Ida. In.rtlat ., : DID 111IIl'Y. SEVERAL? I S.rid' l.iiilH; ,:, I \\ Iii liear; : loot. ic.st nt tlioc.le MIII.T IKca II"..,., ..... '\,'... IIM Airnum Alt Pat ...
hook =No. 1 nt >air.41 ..f H\| t p. r 0'. lit. ),< r annum. 111j'1 r- h1.os. J .M l Hun,, .in, afiuKi"" , .
.\LKl>- Ml of frnctl'i| ,i..l Kectlon* 'fl/ I}:, Bill.-Did Han kill the fatted calf t i 1'nynblr ....ml..HII.I. Said llon.ls ''I lull Innl"'II.., nt th. e_tiit, .>' liull Kiuimm.e High Grade Anlmlaiee Service at Call

.*. and. ill ol, b,-. -x.--i't I h. when his prodigal Bon came home ? mature, .lu, and pay- IR,. : .lohrM, (',11111", company.n .
over pt-rlo.l .f .In \-al-s nt the, col' prntiiiti., and CenriV, Manr.. OfHce: 241 PHONES IlesldencTI:
rast half of the =Not thcam iioniV'I | Ram-He was goin' to but the bQy'ouldn't I
thereof, nil In Town"hl|> 21 :SfntHiK \ \ of 6 ,-gto h year for the llrst 2 I v.fre r.-KTioiid.-nts. I I. us Hpeclnl Muvter
let hIm' ; he took the animal arc 'I > ..ar after drIpapul ha\-
h appoint.In! caunf, takenoharKe .
ft TIRO ID KiiKt, e-cceptlntt "w<-\ r'front h..lllInll. ..I.
the oneratlon of this .lrn c nit\ to t the state fair and won a hat full & ,' .. lilHt-10 years. be, .ln- of and ofTe- for I ito 1.,- .
: _I the tracts, lot. .and blocks. of l.in.t tmUl, 1 of li i bona and sold them (or Tvough \ flOg 21 )'years .ar..r .late. fore the court house door k Klsslmmee. t-
and conveyed eforc the ......I..utlOI1 of \ The hoard . .-s the rlrht to re- Florl.la durliii, the 1.. (i.turn of
the mortenire foreclosed In this ..iil. '. to buy several fatted cajy: Hi"hlrh
"The said. section* and parts of sections I tniiO.uo payable to the o-d-'r comprise the subdivision kn..wn1., ..- (If -OllM-dlnn Al.l rntorlf Chairman, of the. I BORr" of County Commissioners. : described real estate II 'IR'> BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
.001..? Addition to Klsslmme.. Park according V .:.-ufoe .. sellHeal'K. ..ts<... .." '''"nl)', Klorlda oenlu ('..u.t)'. Florida lo-wl: All of
( ; to the plat on file In tin nfilc.nf -- lit County Court. OHi-eoflv County iniiKt iiccoinpanj each Id d. NK4 of NW4. and the N\ of N K; '4
: the Clerk. of the Circuit Coutt' of !' tat'"- of Florida.In This. the 16th day of June A. lb 123J. nnd fractional' NKL, ..f NJ'. of Section CONTRACTORS AND

Osceola (''oun)'. Florida, and iv.-ord. <" I r" tl ho. I's tot to0 I A till I.. vra, TutUeiMinor. r L tlVKRHTHKMT.Clerk 16. Township 2.1 I In nice Itn BUIDER
>n Plat hook No. I. at paa-e 7R. The .. of the' hoard of: County. CommissUiners. Kast. and also the 1!% uf NVIcool'
.tracts. --lots and blocks of land em* To- the Honorable,. T. L: Center. 'Judire C'sceolii' Coutot) Klorlda.Real the HVV'i of NKV4 said Section. 18. WOODBRICK? ,
: braced Inthlsi docrev.-as shown bth: : plat are the following-: : "Tourpetitioner' respectfully .ivpresfiits . O"Qh ''County. .) !7.1 I being the same lands conveyed t thesaid STEELSTCCO' : '
The ?!cCool' lands as iihowflnn" said'M Unit nhnyls thp' uuarillanofiHhfl, J. W. Miller b,' I. H. ('. .$. I" ''Nl F.4' BASS.r' 1'd TJA'CK.BASS:
t-eXccnt'txitrlnnlnK'' nt th.. !Southeast' estate \nnh""I'a Tucker- amlftor; ' t.i1 K (1459 .tl.l>L.IO %TIO.V Vl_ TAX ux,. Oct., Bth., ]1111..dr"\.thrb."t> 1 ', "

rornor-otLotNo,14on1 of the (Bountynnd Htate .aforuml'1.1: ', .'j"' / JEEt,5;, ". '. .... uX' 'Jay. 36th. .K'IIIRr.I..t 5 t :!"> Royal[Street. i.: ', ,' 615 ,Sprout* Annul
.
'cCOOI..tAildl.1 .' .. /' 19111'. ,
,Ion. .10| Klsslmme*4 [ .. ) ThRt\ "' ...p. S b..lon"ln tfl'hrtf.IJ.\' ,\ OTICn ,,: Rnc' Lhht ;
A East:: MC hell th-nce Northerly! 124.8. ItJtw ,'ott"lJ1111'' teBltuate.SJliiand ; Hoberta Hollff. purthaner OVf"ha! ,iey.iit'vtr! Feb. t9153ov d..d.
foett th..nee.t'68.. feet: to the North-j heinjr' l In said County described as tificate NOB. fct,>3, !1125, ;i<7 and 929. 'dated I recorded r..p.NI.ly In r><>ed Hook . . ---- .
eaat corner of said Lot Nn. 1. and thence follows.. to-wit: S the 2nd day of June. A. 1). 1019. has 12. page 32. "Illlfnitv ItS uli !K<>*th 1224 5 feet to point of licftiiinlna:. IoIE '.. of NK'i: or Section SS T.iwn'hip filed saId certificate In my ofpce and KM :mid, l"tl.,I In thofM<-r of the
The Mid McCooT lands, except un above 2tl :South htiig33, Knst. Ih.! ,Id| ban made allIl1f'athuot. for, tu deed f.I. C'li-rlc of t ho f'I"'ui ('.,1 of Onrxnln
....."1Or the Northwest ouarter of the lands. lying; an.1 b.-ln? ii t'.er'u i .I > ,c.uni, IMHII., In "," <1.n."- with law Said 'cunty.. "' .. 1f all .r which, rotcr01 -
Northeast oiisrt.-r. and th- K-4st. half of ty Florida. ert iflcHt.-H 'inbi,.r ,11sthe de- ,...* IK Ii 4-'u' niatlc nil ..f cold 'litndlylUK ', ..
the Non ht not <"J'orl'r of II'" Northwest . That your Petition.--. ,I.. !He\ a ii to r.cribe.1 i 1'1'0'"I l I I' rol""lnl I i .. I in ifJi-mil.t 'ouiil\.. '..''Ii. a. .. '
quarter of n."1 ld ......t."," 2.:, be for the bent Int.-r.-.IK ..'' M..I. -MIHP-, Couiity. lo-\ilt lUl .1" n I i .n't ,of, |I'UI" hnh ,rI. The real

Lot. 1. 3, 4. (t. 7 s q. 1.1, 11. I 12. 12 %. to sell said real 1 ntit..mil: .. th.n' -..iiulConveyRnee Lot I 14.FI"lcl.A. c .\ ('III' ''* Addlt'on i\vis': P0 tbtyq reasonfor
r U. M. 15. 16, 17. If. 19 aunt 2" of nioek be innde .ir prlval.. t.-.le. lo K iHnlmme.mbrnc.d' I In,, Tax S'o'.t'.1111| .fiut.'i: 'in, < -'"*IMCI' '
18 ; That our .l'etltlontd.eir.-.. t.. i-inlie C-rtllU-ate No. !t'ii.: and 27 2''* and 1'1.1':1"1'1, ; ; ,, UAVIX
1 1. 2. 3. 4 i 5 /I I and of ?l.i!! I k SI such sal.- for the r.II'I111I.. .. PIM..IMNand 211.I i nibraced In Tux C.-rt 1,1.Itlc.mNo.. H.III.I, .., '"1111..1",1, ,, ';" '.,
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T.III. I 2. .1. 4 '.. f f. 7. ". in U 12 riHi: >"". to-wlt I'L". Loin 3u to 41 I IncliiNlve. r\c--pt loitH n buying Columbiasthey
u. 13. 14, IS. 1 1ft. 17. IS. 19. 2" and 1 21 I .,.ifLots riotlit..- support, ,lid: .'.luc.it I. ,i .,f rtri .tn.l, 3 It. fml.rafeit ,hi,, Tax 'I'lln""I". 'U'I'1 K OF 'I"'II'\'IU' foil 'IC \
H'n' '-I, ??! I th" saidiiMi,. \".poo Tinker. 11 i.nnor" No J.J7 and, Lot ii..'. 'ir.ln-ft ,.d In Tax 11:,f
LCI'* i. 2. 3, 4. t r.. r., 7 ..".1 s or Ilu\ ', Your I'-tlt oner tliti.fo.iI'. :\\H flitSn c.iniiciit.NO.. H2H. .r ;,I"h.IH S.-o",II I Not I'-. IM |1..1| \ !:1. ". Tlu.t 7 T
; 33 : order, may, be Kraut.I! I I..'' y'''in 11"ur "- AddlMoii.I I Ti il"s. t r' h"; .1 T" \ c.-rl, I I'l.. :at.i N'o; last
LolK 1 2. S. I. S (6, 7. 8. !Ii. lii. I II. 12. niith.n.. IzliiK! n Hale uf th. "n.l 1 "i..''l lcutnlc Tin H.ii.) ]iMi Ii., tl. .I.... ...ed at I 111- I flu. .In 1'.' the (.Ph, 111 i.l, .1'' inA. I H longer
18. 14, Ir.. lit 17, IS. lit.' 2(1( 21 22.:: 23. I fur t the .piiipnuarorei.iilil." ,i i d\ lit- of iKHiiaii.iof, .,1,1! ] ...-r ti'icteu In 1 1'21 IliiM Ill. .1 stool CHI ti'li-ii\ I In;, tm
24 and 25 of HI"cK .IT : .Hint Hlich oth-r Mnd furtliei, ",.ri1.-r" run vIn I til.-I liari"]** ..r I K I 1. '1,1-Mlev. tTllleHHNIII.I nI.- nnd, ) to.. -< ,n.I.. | .i> .II) ( at""I for 1 > \ ,The
I.ots 1. 2, 3. 4. fi am! It of lll.i.-k\ :\U1otS Iliad.In. ( Ii-. pr.-inlH.\ H :IM t ii. nature"f I ,-. rtln., -it. -. I.. i.-,I.. n. .1 l ucto t to I I-.u.!! in ac'-ul" ilruic"i, with I I llv.- largest laboratory, devoted to
I. 2.3. 4 f.. il. 7, K. !ii. II'. 11 I 1.' I 111 .o- in.iv' deniitnil, ) ""il'., 11'1 I.ll ."'..1 will ihhll. ,' Said i--i "t. itS t-rbiac.: s II,.. r..llowlni\, :
18. 14, lIi. Iti, 17. 18. 19.! 20. 21. 22. 23. \\IIY ANN: riCUTICSTATK : Ih.-r.oli, on I 110' ll'.th( d,.! of Jill)> A. I ft.I (N-KCI' 'III. 1"1"1 r wit; 'IIt.-'I I III, I IK, "J.I, dry cell research, experiments continuously -
; 24, 2.1 and til/ of Block 3K : "II,' FI-.IHIIM I ) I 11123: .1 L. iiVKRSTIIKKT.) ": Countv, Florida, I u-n I'
Lots 17. 18 I'l. 21'( 21. 22 ,and 2i:c ol, 0".0111 ('.ouitv ) ;1,1 k 0 Court. S"" 0. of SVVi'. Set,1 I.OP" f; To) "ni hlii2fi to wake th(1 last longer."
t Block 37. l'er"inall\. ni/"nr..l| I-for. me ilv 27-St OHCeola'I''ul ')'. Florida. South I'.niilt. 2' Knst; Jeps I.eicln-
The terms. of sale -to I..> ,'....h. This op lon,,' i 'in .1 Mar, > Ann\ P Fi p Mli p I ( ;Jij.ir- < ,nlnur nt N10 corner, inn' South, t,1 "'Ull Columbia Hot Shot Columbia
; the 28th day of .Iu".'. \. 1> !II'I/ i"l.n p of r:tiite. of \imle' \'. nt Tii'-l.r. ';; :;; I: OK lPIM.ICtTIO''% FoR T X' Ii ii.thsre..f.. Ica..t I I'M o a.... :North: I. or
JOHN H. CAI "ii". "H :It I one. ..I"I, .. litlnic I hv nitthilv' I su orn, 'Til UKKII.N.rtl. North line t her. of.V.. HI"I imlut, ..r Igniters are Urj ht" for needs.
Spe.-ial' :IfI..r'l, I In said CansW. I "A> that, the in.t"i( ".,1 furth in t Ih. b."lnnlJJ. your

J. "STKKH.J01IXMTON . foi.uoliii i ; I lictltlon I I a i:' 11 ii*. ; : )IH Hei ..liv iliv n. That Mary Th. lano tit-lntc.. nSNtstieil :it the dat" That's have the habit of
OARIIKTT.vunsel !{ : f MMtV VN.V FRftTK' X I L It. \nold'* 'pnrrhaMi-r' of Tax C "i-r- nf Issuntice. of snld certlfl., tte 11 thntini" why people
<* for Cllln1.>I..I".I.( 2i-4t! I Kw corn to ami,, .."h"lh..1| I t toe efor. niIhln > ,'II..it.-' No. ..: K. ilited iili; oflune. of .1 .\l> ,- MroiiHon, I l' ,il..* ..J
I _4th .I. s' of November .\ l > Iii22K .h .X. IJ. I :2 I I. IUIH I. mild11)11 0.t) cf-rtlltnHti shall In- le.-mi'I,, ".-"-.r.ln. asking for Cokimbias.
: I X T H I.K;H N \'. 11K: \HI I I PEN: : at' In my ofllc. "".1 Ims mnl.-, a .1.11- to h.,.*, tax ,"-...1 will! I'....u.' ther. I, nn.
NO1'I'EOFAI'l'I.Io'ATIOEO4 KOKV: .VnlnrPublic, Slatof" Floildn! 4 atlon for tax. ,h.d In ..iccoidinie the !lth day P'f .1"", .'. |I.. I'i23J.
S. t I-i- 1)lEI) ISF: \\.1\ Mv! < onnillNKl..n. \pl-ei.P Notice liven. That If .\
Hereby
I Hunter ptirrliarer of Tax CertificatesNos. 1H24. na.H, the f.illovv ;ittu c'.r'.1'! ,i.roo."rty Cluint' c.iurt. by hardware stores,electrical and auto
: I 63, 64. 65. 67. 68. Ii9. 70. dated the - -- --- - -- -- situated. I In ( ix.--ola,, C'onntv. 1.1..1,1.; . 211.:1 O..ln County. FI.ld., supply shops an gflJrl nnd dealen.Columbia
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iith: day of Jun. A. I). 1921. has flle-l NO-IK K \1'1'1.11'\1'1'> \ I'l.H Tinin. \ \ li.-w ItLots garages
I- said certificates In mv office and hoe 1 u7. r.N. 1,9 .p tipI) On; lllock I 11.I VlntclliiK \()'l .I.;
made application for tax IA..d to 1 t.II" NI iTKiis iiKHicnr: : P ; I viN. That and pc., -.. Sul.-dlvlnli.il' of Lots DKKI I.
,1i!' nnd, I:'I. S I.. t c'./ Huh-.1111..1'.n S"llr. In 1l.rl.v ;l\m. Tlint, .1.>"
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0 in accordance with law Said, certificates '- I.eon I C: H.'IHM.; piirfiiH, 'i of T." 0'% rtlHcete ,
a embrace Die fiillowhifc, I dcici-lh.-d" :No: !tutu' ". d.iti-il til.Cth IH\) Put of Set-tl.ui" II Tfiivnshlp.' 2(1, South, Kutler. nurcnaK.'lof Tax c.-rt inml-i.
No. 212.) tlntrO the 71 h .1.. of .Iu". .
u tropertyitiated, In Osc.-ola Jun. A. II. I'.I'l. ions ,htlool) sal,| ,.. .11111.11 h Illume :ii ";, ) AII.
County, -
1 Florida towlt: p '. I In MI ..tote.- iin.l tipS TIIol., ui,>|ill-1 ,- Tine) Hald ,lund l. IIIK' ".....-......" at the I 1K2H. hR" 11..1 ..,1,1. o tlt.'ul' I'l in-
14 S Na. 63. Lot; 2 Bectlon 14. Lots 1. ?. .-alioii I .In-! t..1" cl..cl I.,. Itxii... i in '0o.r.P .lauof the, iai.o, .,,... .f Fiii.l: .-. "rl, II.ale ,'' and "n.l. a""II.ton fir
.1. :3. Beetlon 15. No 65 NWM P.-ctlon 2.1No. : :mien >\ I Ilh p "l-iw 1<,,01,1" i \ HI.MII. ,. ",,,. In the "" ". of K' F .Mlll.-r 1',1"1 lax d'-e.l to. iMfinin I M..I.. \vlth.
.4. u ( U) MH of 8\VU of NJo: ', and W'. lirncB th. r..II.|| ," |nv. 'd.-xcrlbed. 'lirov, r- Hald ertlM.itt.' shilll IK* 'red.-em.-.1 ac.ordliiK 'law. Said ," 'I'IIal. einbiacen th.- followlnx
:% of Nit\ .. I ., , in law. tax deed will Issuetho'eo.o dc.. | | property.. H'II- BKU .t NK'i: Section 27. No. ';'':i M. ii II.I 1 III IX. 'It OlIIIlM l-'lollO.I
.. NEW: of NE.ctlon" ,,18.! nil of Rb t' -'i\ It on I ho 27nl!, .lay' of July, A. I D.I ) County. 1"1'1.1", to-wlt
lands belnic In Township 30 .. l""I') .1 t.otx 1 :a-.l J lllfirk L' \ I K 1 1t..10 I'.MJ.,, I I1I'I.! : .1, I. iiVKHSTKKUT. Fractional, Lot 411.(; SemlnolI..hd,. anInVfHtmont
.1.. Jlange 32 Kant. a-nii'M :$ ll\ ,Icon of :\ij: of SI.: ', of 4 'I|1. k Circuit Court CompHiiy't lout llvli,!oii ofAll
:M.if: ); : 2X-.1t ( fK.--ol.T 0' "nO'. I.la. Kractl. M..I.," 21.1 Tow lifliin 2fiSouth.
S No. 70 N\\'i4 of NWU Section I ;N\\'i. ut S-o-tluuii. 2s, T.mnslnp" '
Township Jl I South. Hanne. 32 East, nil] :2.:. Sooth, Unit-, !I' IC.ist Ftage,3t :!..I. -they last
NO-I-M-I: IIt i-l'I.l < \TIOV tOll The us it In'rid) lid ut nffncNMe.i. at the longer
) "f above lands betnE assessed at the Th.! f.it.l land, b.'lnu. nsso f.. ,1 I nt thi ''A1
'- S date 1 of the lusiiance of said c.'t-tlfl-: I I"u' date of 1-Niirii, ci- of HaT.I ,-p..Itl.MM., lip DKIII.NMTICK : : dnt of the iHHliance of Htild) ert, HU-tte
S )-. In the nftni.i of ',0W.. O"dwav. the mini.of .1 II. Mclionalil I'nleBHxaltl IS HKItKIIY CIVKN.i That In the nnni. of Unknown., Upileput. nnld
-. 9 ,. II. II. Huilxon! purciiiiHer" of Tax Certlicale ci'Mlricate Hhull t><- redeem. oh 1 ,
1 No. 117. NVVii of NR14 Section 27 I If, i-ritlli pt xluill lu ,r - .cln.
cordlliK ,I" Ni dntt-.I the ith day of ti I, la", tnx .1..1) 1 it-Ill f 11""" I Ih..r.." .
I Township 3d South Kanire 32 fo .I8I. I.IW. tax dei-il I \\ Ill inm, "31.
HIMA, l II. l !< h.... ill.-a Hald, c.rtltlcaie Ih.- 23rd, dH. of .u"11'2 _
I The .ald lahd toeing assessed nl Hi" ther..on fin th. i.his'-o.f .JII''" \II Ifl21 : _-
t I date of the IHSUIIIICC said certificates !- 1928 I I. < iVKItSTUKKT" : In ,my ..ml has. made npplliil .1. I.. OVKIlSTItnKT.Clirk .
45 In the name of Unknown. HnleHSsaid <"1. i k Circuit i '..UI.t., Ion lor tax d.-e.l to issue In acoordin. circuit. .'..,..\
if certificates shall be rcdormed au- 27-t 'IH."..la |-ouiitKloi, II''.. .with law Said eerlllicate eniliiiueH 2S-M i )-co1a ..nty. Florlrt.i, t

ul ('ordln10 law. tax deed will INRII". -. I ., the follouInK I .1. Set ill.it propertv '
r50: thereon the 14th day of Julv. A. H. --- --- xltuated In I iiHcenla ('.unt .. Florida. \,1'.. K TO .'IIn''Un' t'I '?
% V 192S. .1. 1. OVKKHTKEBT.rMerk NOT14-)'; (hI-' \I'I'I.H' t'rlt., 14(111 T tllFlh \: t"-,ItLot In l'.iirt ttf (he I'u.al, .JiulHrr. )Me.4ilH 'I' __
Circuit ("onrtOsce.ula I 13. of llock: I i of Kureka.The ; ('....t. "Hn.r Klorldn. '
. County KlorldaTy NoTICi: IS: HICISKHV ::1\ 1:1\1.: That Hald Iin.I h,.-itiit assessed ill thn In ,... KHtat of TlmmaK N. C'IH"k. ( : J
1 L S. H. BULLOCK.. 1> O. YVil. l.i,"o.l, ptiri-liaiifi-. T.ix Oitlrlcat. date of (iasuaop'e, of Mn lot certificate In To all I I Cre.llti.rH.I I l.<.KHt.-eH. I HHI ri lout t.-i.. ciEq
# ''''''ALl 27RtXUTICK ;NUM. 513:> and ftl4.! dat.-d the "t h I the ""n' of I. N. Walker. t'nlesssaid and all I '' sr.noo huvlntr Cliilmx or ,
day of J pln.'. A. II. I 1H21, him Mli-d s.ildcertlflcatis I certlllcat.shall I I I be "-,'d"m.." ac- liemnnilM nualnnt Kald Estate:
-u UJ"l'H7;; In my ofilce. and has mwde to'dlnl, to law tax deed will Issue You and each or you, are hereby notlfird I ;
: FOJt I I*A I, il4
,1. S application for lax derd lo issuo'In. ItC- n the fth! day or July. A. D. and required to proem anyclaim.
I' 4 In ,the County Judm's Court- at OsceolaCounty rordanco ..lIh law. Said iertlncctus.embrace Id23. J. L. OVKRHTRKET, and demand which you, or ,j
: Florida. .. In .Ihp Matter of Ida the following described prop. Clerk Circuit Court. either of you. may have against the ,...- ,
S $ I-x\ Pfann For d""..a.. d. Notice of Application erty Kltunted In Osceola. County, KlurIdn. 27-Bt OsceolaCounty. Florida.TO lute of Thomas N. (lark d..a..d. late
I7 DI".harM'1N"t1c. to-wlt: of ('
r O..ceol. to the un.der.i"d -
tr .. Is 'hereby given that the Un.I..tt. JLots 64. 5 9 a,nd (9. SemInole Land and WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:' NoticeIs Clara )1. Clark. of mid r- ... ttti.tti If.
.d.. .
aa Executor of the Laat Inv"ltLJn..nl .
Company't Subdivision of hereby gIven that the undersigned tati within two years from the date .
_ a Will and Testament" of Ida L. Pfann all except the SVi' of 8W 4. Section) 2 will apply to the HonorableC. O. An heroof. \ 'i'l :!

,deceased 'will apply to. the Honorable TownshIp 27 South, flange 30 East. drews. Juda-e of the 17th Judicial Circuit Dated July the second (I I. A. T>. KII. tiIfi : ' :'
,1".1! Iv Co",... County Judge of Osceol The said land being assessed at the of the tttste of FlorIda In and for CLARA II. CliATOC. 5 .. ,.' 1'' O4O 5
S County. Florida, on the 14th day of put. of the Issuance of aa.ld certltlCHte I, Osoeola County, .on the day of KlMlmmee, Florida. Exeoutrlx, S !
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4 4uiu.t.A.D.: UII..tor approval of the name of Unknown and M. Snllle I July A. U. 1113. for ". manage, 30-St : '
his Anal accounts and his discharge a* Un I... said .S
certificates shall be re- take charge of and control her . .
l luch i Executor : r : property '. - -- S 1IsLsv. .. ..
; deemed , ,
according to law. tax ded will and In
iL t Title .Uttadarof June. At l). 123.- Issue Ihpr. on on the flat .clay of July, respect. b..ml Hated at a .Jr..de.lel' every 666 Malaria Chills and i' 5
_ 4 .'h ; -, ,..-' HENRY M PKANN.. '.Ap.. 1P23. J. L .OVERsJflKr. on this thus Suth KI..I". Florida cures : ?
Eieeutor of the Last \vnic..nd T"sts- Clerk: Ctrclf) ? Court.: I, 1923. ANNIE .llne.McURKVV: 'A. ,D Fever Dengue or' '.Biliou* \ t _
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S mrnt Pfann. -deceased. f SI-It L) Osoeola County Florida JOHNSTON '5'
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE.*FRIDAY, JULy:6; 1S23 V:!

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tance by thirty miles, Is creating widespread -
MOST EXCELLENT FUTURE SEEN FOR FLU'RIDAI -r4L FUSSe
I Saint Petersburg attention throughout is one of the the stats.mar, ' ,: p, y '''FAMIL'Y'' AT 1T AGAIIP4''

I vela of .the day In town building. none \ ''' ,r11V1ry 'n4QY QUARREL. Ali, C t s wetw'yr,. c

Richard Edntonds, Editor 0 f Manufacturers' Record, There growth seems o'r to to the, be enthusiasm no limit of to its Its '. t1iOi" Mu4-c gt ;f+ic .r '

and -when from the SWEET %* I l'rt Urf t VAULT.. 't i1ND aWR +
Writes His Enthusiastic Impressions of State's Pos people, one moves ''
i $ <\A& rL9 T-- r- .
west coast to the interior of the state : $ MRt rucsei A jz

siilities, Based On Ten, Years' Study progress and- prosperity are in evidence HOME .V Wlf n\ L- ( vtz ,AGc cASie ,
everywhere Orlando, Ocala and & ,I I ? '
other places too numerous to Mirtlon WOMANI
Writing a prominent bonding com- I which Is surprising indeed to even are enlarging their commercial.facili ..

pany recently Richard Edmonds, ,!who those living here who think that they ties, building new and larger stores, It'd be a ........... .. EnJHA
spends his winter in Florida end;} is are keeping in touch with the state.I and many of them building- like Or t'k'

considered one''of the best posted men 'have In my desk at' the moment, a lando;-many new and costly hotels. BestSeller ..
in the south regarding: its resources clipping from the Well Street Journal Over' on the east coast side, all the
and business, has the following to say: stating, for instance, that twelve way from Jacksonville to Mia Mi. -- +te; .tf/v 4y.i.

After making my winter home for hotels are to be built this summer at there is progress, commercial and Industrial by
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four or five months of each year, forth Miami Beach. But what is going!: on and tourist progress. ,Sy Yt V eZ,

last ten or twelve years In Florida at Miami and Miami BeJc.h-f'or they A few years ago, John D. Rockefeller ''Tt'rryGilkhol'
and very carefully studying every are both growing with wonderful rap accounted the richest man on
part of the state, and every phase of idity-is merely typical of what is earth, after trying California threeor
industry, I am convinced that this is going on all over Florida, with the Tour years, other pacts of the- a tft l1t..'n.---
to be one of the richest states in the exception, perhaps, of a few towns south for >a similar time, and then
union. I think its growth will match here and there which have not yet spending three or four years at Or-
that of California; indeed, I would struck their stride, mond near Daytona decided to build --r .
not be at all surprised to see Florida! When Mr. Flagler planned the extension his winter home et that point. Close I "-'e SAv5 1 THEY\ V.-C1T5! l4'1 SHOULD \ 'fHLIR .

surpass California in rapidity of ma- of his road to Key West, he by a long-established\ and profitable THE PAILl NArPENINYb' / Ttt TMg BOCIt HOME
terial development and in the enormous told me that he had outlined a development hotel la being torn down today to be- fb4 EIR.BIAR'T' V 1NMSTh ?. SCRAP
A BOOK: CAtLfS (ty ANl7TNp
wealth which will be concen- there which would Tf'lrl'jrelIufficlent .uupplanted by a new ai ,d up-to-date I I R.i
trated here.Indicative. I wharfage to accomodate structuie. Last winter, a half mil- NAME EOoI.q UOWLSu

of the tendency of outside forty steamships at one and the name lion dollar apartment house was 0. ,
people to upend their winters in I time ax the business of that port de erected-in Daytona, one of the old ho- ,
Florida, I am just In receipt of a letter -. veloped. I was reminded of that tels was modernized into a big establishment 'YOU( ,
from Mr. J. D. Rahner, general : this morning when 1 saw an an- and summer business is increasing SENT u? A
passenger agent of the Florida East I nouncement of $12,000,000 to be expended so much that ,it is to be run
Coast Railway, stating that between in the development of wharves: as an all-the-year-round hotel, and MOME, : HOWL. ..?. "
January let, and April 3rd, his rond and warehouses ani other commerce another tourist hotel which was ''f.N01"c. .
handled (500,000 Dasnengers. Of facilities at and around Key doubled in rapacity is again to be HERI'S" .
course, this means the movement back .West. doubled this summer. NOT ,
and forth; but this business required A report comes from Sarasota that Building activity is in evidence everywhere ,. y etr ONE' FROMH'.I1.AUBURA
.right full trains a day, each way, and the Ringling': Bros., who have had all the way down the east I a .
most of these trains were composed of beautiful winter ..home there for coast and the west coast and dawn II I I Iik 'ldVR1IIeMeYphi. :
fourteen'cars have begun campaign including the center of the .in y !
twelve to and were of- years : a through state I .' ,
ten run in two sections. So great ': hotel building and other work involving what is known as the ridge section. soars .
has been the travel to the state this $7,000,000.Some Let me quote two statements madeto TO IAAiL'bia ,I ,.
year, as for some years 'back, that years ago. Mri.: Potter Palmer me within the last few days by ultra : i Ler1iRt'
reservations out of Florida have to be one of the ablest business wor.itn, conservative business men. One ?*ji 5">>;O5C v < !*m"wt-re- ga.-- /

made sometimes two or three months in the United States as well '."\one of them has been one of the largest .."..ri1m, (,
in advance if one wants a drawing- of the richest, bought over 150,000acres land developers in the west and east;; '
room or a compartment. Similar of land just below Sarasota and conservati to the extreme; all of
conditions have existed on other roads planned vast expenditures for its full his operations have been along con- -- -- -- --------- - ,

bringing paosengers to Florida.. utilization. Death cut short her Httrvative lines. He has never beenin said he, "there is no limit to the TRY IT ON YOUR TELEPHONE
Thin business is bound to increase I plans, but her judgment as to that Florida except for about one day, I possibilities of the state." With its [ Freedom I IL
ery rapidly We have only seen the section has been proven by: the JTrvt-Bt- fifteen or twenty years ago. He recently present enormous production of citrus Did.. ever stop to figure,
beginning of it, I have studied it ments, which the Ringling and others came to see me after a tour fruit nnd early vegetables and the 1 You;you who use the telephones, .
an'tuhv for many years, and more 'are making/ in that district.!!' through the central part of the state rapid growth in both, with the innum- That the lines have certain limits *
cnpooially during. the ten or twelve Tampa is carrying out great': play'' in which ho made a study of business erable things which can be done here Quite distinct from megaphones?
\ (':Ira during which 1 have lived in the for the extension of wharf fae,l.tit., opportunities. Knowing his ultra for the making\ of a living, I can see One by one the calls are taken,
,tats during the winter. I have the"building of hotel! the crtal .> 1> cf conservatism, I was surprised to no limit to the growth of Florida. I I lOne by one the signals fall,
motored over a large 1.part of the : big surburban development!! ,. und abridge hear that he was simply astonished expect to see it surpass California' One by one the parties answerIf
state in order to study it, and I find across Tampa Bay *., :-.n'ti1 at the business!!' opportunities whichhe development." This was said by a they ever hear their buzzers call.
in every section a rate of growth Petersburg which will ), -: J' !'I" saw in Florida. "It seems to mo." man who has traveled much of th, 1 L .t.. .' I .

___________ ____._n____ _--_- - -- --_- -_-_ -_ -__ -_-- __ n __ _ _ world over, studying business conditions Cell are answered in the order
and who has not a dollar invested ? I That they reach the central board,
in Florida, and probably never will' Yours receive at prompt attention
have us all 'of his interests are else As skilled handJin can afford.

where.A I. Whv should precedence i given
few days later another friend To your wants, beor.-your turn
from the central part of the noath. i it D0C3 your doctor, lawyer, banker,
w
STUETEBFI Ei'LU.yl who has for forty years been engaged I 1 Such great worth in you discern
in large!! development of coal and iron Ii 1
and kindred interest, and like my II i 1 1'f r And another thing, don't grumble
friend, a rankly conservative man, was I 1 If toll service is more slow .
v"a visiting mp for a few .days after.a motor I It depends, like trains and street cars,
trip through the state. lie has On tho distance it must go.
been coining/ here occasionally for . ".. You would not expect to travel K
several years, and his enthusiasm has I -: From New York to Timbuctoo .
steadily been growing./ In .substance Quite as quickly as a taxi t-
lie said: I Could traverse the city through.
,
AKT Nn 1 ;> 4 z, n 1 I .
Smith Hrnti ln tii*>BTto "I believe the time is not fur dis- I.r !, .
LJHhi-U PtanlPlantt tant when practically every available r Still one little thing, in -closing'
ocean front lot between Daytona and I i Just because you're mile..away,
The Miami will be the site of \homes of Von'tl.bnwl-out the operator,! '" .
northern and western I '
people. Show a little chivalry. .
StudebakerLightSix A few days ago the Jacksonville w. f D ; I If vou're peeved, you'd best'forget'lt," "
Times-Union stated that it had been I, $'whateverstirs' 'youre ire,: '
r conservatively estimated that the Be a sportsman'in yourmethods:
er.4 -- -R tourists had this winter spent about I
not, behind 'a,.wire.
{$ $:!()OOOOOOO in Florida. I am inclinedto I DOl ".,r. hidf- ,i, 1*. t 'tn; .
TOi
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t.f was designed: by Stude believe that that: estimate is.nottoo Central girls are only' human,'8 i' "

,: : rr Dakcrenginetts.ndlsmanh large. Qfficlal'nport.. have,I )Toiling, for, their pally bread' \"
tifactured complete In the shown that about 100.000 automobilesfrom
1'LAN7 Not ,ouh ll.al, led. i v Doipotiedi: ,, unto their burden y ,
act "' ia i1WdIIIt a "G NJSW SJTUDEBAKER.PLANTS 1 other parts of the country' came Try to.help,them out instead. ', J"
AT SOUTH'' into Florida during the last twelve ,, s ."Irv' as much as ye have done it -
( vn'" ngonths; and this alone would give an Unto one of these, mine own*-
indication of the magnitude of the .
5e" But of course you've caught the .idea--
( motor tourist business of the state.
TRY IT ON YOUR TELEPHONE.
economical nutr'.facture. For many years I have said thatif 4P'' G. H, Reed, in Telephone! Facts'
Vast Resources Make Possible Tl e South' Bend Pmnts .j Florida hn 1 no other advantage: f ---
contain 4.87S.COO squareHigh than its. climate, that alone would boone THE SONGS:' OF TilE WASHED-
Value 1 at Low Price inStudebaker I feet of floor tpjce. 'I' of the nation's great assets. If II I i ih OUT ROAD
Theemploy 12,000 it had nothing else but climate, Florida II I .

LightSixStudebaker's 1 persons.Tuy. would have an asset comparablein I The following paraphrase of Long
commercial value to the cool andiron
$33.130,000.
cost fellow's poem hangs on the wall of
vast resources nre utilized: to rrrnu- I 'the South TJrnd ForRC of Pennsylvania or Alabama; ;. ., Cl the New York State Highway Commissioner's .
Plant cost $ta00 OCO, "for day by da'in! every way" the ; offVe:
facture (not assemble) the Liyht-Eix::; : corr.nlrte in
tourist business: is ilL
crowing rate
whr h< alone i h than a Ilci-dta cf autos now remind ua
rr.cr.e
the newest and most modem large automobile! plants p t-c! 'ora, u.-ifis c t' rriuiy I which means that within a few years. I We should build our road to stay. ,
in the world. outor.ohic! ccn-.ror.ies. t. unles they ,double the facilities, the I And departing leave behind us
railroads will not be able! handle the
to
Kind the rains don't wash
The CorporR tion' resources, consisting t of away.
And then
I therepretThe traffic that is offered nor will present I When childetn the
our mortgage
$85,000,000 of actual net assets! including $45Ot.C.-;: machine, shops I hotel accomodations begin to take Father's made to pay haul their loads,

000 of plants, make IL possible for Studebaker to which cost $7,000.000. care of the pl'oplwho want to spend Thevll not have to ask' the question,

offer a six-cylinder car at less than $1,000, thc.t:: is The Jitatnpint{ plant their winters in Florida. i "Here's the bonds, but where's the
emphatically superior in design, construction, performance which cost $4Ot/O,000. But Florida! is not dependent upon, f 1 roads?" ,. ,
Thenewfoundrieawhichwithin the tourist huEineps. It is shipping ,..w_ .
: comfort and dependability to :any: car
out annually nearly: 100,000 carloadsof -- -
will coat over $2.000OUO.
hundreds of dollars of its price. fruits and vegetables. This Indupt.y 'i'-h:! ou the crown point of the >
The plants which
B y complete manufacture, Studebaker not:: only I cost 2500000.power has doubled in the last tenvoais. S> ut> of Liberty In New Tor:

guards the quality each part, l hut saves the mid The assembly end stock And! yet the giound hoe only h'rl'or' ' Carl Berqnist, acrobatic 0 I Ii&lrl
been scatrhed here and there as compared AI i'.',,!<''lark, executed some thrilling s -
dlemen's with the result that no other make which cost $5,000-
profits, plants "
,
with the almost limitless acreage tunt'' last week. Photo show corp -
of car ever built, by anyone, at any price, represents 000, .uj well' e"* rioted and still available. For\ instance, the- ,,:,n'i"e: sizo of man to the great ,'

so great a doilar-for-clollar value as the Light.Six.Op hops,body etc. plants, Spring reclamation of th- Kverglad, now lit.,11 i''", which bolds out tbe torah ,

Evidence of i its mechanical 1 superiority I is found in Studebeker' plants, in under way. will tedceni from the water of T.lhcrty} and Freedom to u.oa'm -
4,000,000 acres of land, much oft ? 1'1 of old world oppressed as
its practical freedom from vibration. This is occomcost and size, are the second ''If to In this
unsurpassed in the world for fertility Y came merge great
pUshed by the perfect balance of the motor. Perfect !arrest of the world'sautomobile \ ; and the land thus reclaimedwill Ilwlth'iJ pot of freemen. I|

balance is obtained largely through the compIcte plants. exceed by 1,000,000 or more acre -
machining of all surfaces of the crankshaft and gUirlcbolcTisthesccoodstrongest;; he total land that has been reclaimedby
financially of the I Broadly, however, the whole stateis
connecting rods. This requires 61 precision opensutomobilemanufacturers the United States government in I '
becoming not winter
merely a r
the arid and semi-arid:! regions of the I
ations. of the world. and health
playground invigorating
west. Mnny of the longest: headed:
This method is followed exclusively by Studebaker These facts show why it shrewdest capitalists of the nation are spot of hundreds of thousands of the America's annual record
In fact few other is possible for Studebakerto not only building, their winter homes richest people in America and many ,
on cam at this price. very cars of fire loss
the averages
to produce Lipht-Six: more of moderate means, but it is to j
ave thts t feature, an d' prices are from three -a truly remarkable car here but they are making heavy investments become to an extent many times

to ten times as great as that of the Light-Six. -and sell dollars.it tor leas than a sects, in enormous ui great schemes food-growing of tfucic-PJJO* greater than at 'present? the producersof I 83,200 DWELLINGS[

It is significant, therefore, that the sale of more thousand ng. and in kindred activities. citrus fruits and vegetables for an (
the first six Inactualcarvalueper It must be remembered that Florida ever-increasing demand from the totally destroyed
than 80,000 Studebaker cars during; '
dollar of price the Light- north and west; and all of this means'an
1M
months of this year broke all records. Six is in a class by itself. .18 nearly is, Massachusetts seven times, ns but large it has in are considerable increasing commercial and indus- It would be hard to find a home

Buyers are justified in expecting more for their Nopro.pectivebuyerofsn less than! one-third of the trial activity. Orlando Reporter- owner who does not believe in
automobile should decide
money in a Studebaker than in any other car. Ion anything until he has population of Massachusetts. The Star. I the necessity of fire ,insurance} ,
room for expansion: therefore, is
Owner seen and driven this car. WHO KNOWS? Few realize however that .much
Power to Satisfy the Most Exacting practically\ without limit.I t
It I. backed by a corporation have tried farilv- and honestly to depends upon the sgrency; and'

with $85.000,000 of make a study of this state; to measure If a man went down town with his I the company with which they
AND P ICES-f. o. b. factory actual l net assets and a 71- deal Thai representsthe
MODELS I potentialities; to look a little head dolled up ini a threecornereddingus agency
LIOHT-SI bpgCiAL-8Ix IU-sit yearrepatationforhonestp,1 Into the future based on the things with kinks and curlecues anda Hartford, Fire Insurance, , ?
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l2': w.8. s.r.. Jul W.a. w. product and fair dealing. I Iw i iInsurance
J1. r. ad H. r. .r-iS1f: r.Tuar.z. that are now under way and the resources .cat's tail and chicken's head pin.. Company.., t .
,pgS T 1..._---'I"o T--.1750 of the''state; and while I have ned on" one side and' a young whiskbroom Facts ..-,, i .; I,
f Ro.d.t (;;:: ;;:. .r5 Ra.d.tar e.P....)..IUS ",-- (5-P..eIeSf. for years confined my own work exclusIvely and a bunch of' spring onions ....n... *.....!.. 1 tai Ie.r.4o.t' e
, Coupe-Rd., (e... ...)1550 U2S aed.n caawss...).-.19U 105. assn c-.eS. )- sago 17541 to the' publication, of the on the other side and two stripes of ': fit ....... y_r-mt'..-...|A_..fck Il
I I sedan Manufacturers' Record, taking no part red flannel hangingdown'In' the rear, f ..' .....eta 'ft ''-/$,> s !18a :" ;"-os'r .
}:: '-" "" a to M.*t Your ConranMno "construction or development he ,would be arrested and slammed in ri, '. ,

-r f(" -: worked I, feel Justified in saying: that the booby hatch;' but'a vomati ,. ando CauhOli't; dll is agCncp : u
S I know"of no other place in the country It and get away with.it.' WhytEstherrill ... ,.. (.- ', ': .::. 1'If f '
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'f" IUt".J'::, : 'KISSIMMEE AUTO COMPANY ,,: :i i'i which would more strongly. appeal *' (la.)'' Democrat. '-'*"' !l .
; : : :.. to roe"'for' '.wise'.and; conservative "Indveementsetpecting If. a woman' Went down''town with'{ :f: ( T ,
h ' Urge, return*.1Iri cigarette in'her'Wrath'/and'to; / ;
: ::;:( .:;: : ,wJ'rKISSlMMEE, :FLORltlA; o, thsi'eoricrY'etrld''squirtedjtobacco : . 4
around f
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'i i I'; :. : the., future, than ,Investment careful* on : q. :,1 i. r'a 1> eh/' 1 .
r1 ..';";. ...". i-r Jittrt .i 1 11'JUid'JUdlcioualy made In this'state.. ;;Juice' '.1,1', 't.'overt byerythingawor.'eery"other i :ufJf'TlieI\Jnsuranee "',n
:t . 'r t(' ;:t;e'1't*,- v'I ; ,' Her.and there we have a fboom breath;u. 'foulelanguage . - .. .,. -W'.7''o j a . rn. '
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I again merce there or he is is the against man who it.offers Then the, COW PUNCHERS 'WIN I j Pertaining To 'Churches' I J \\ V . -;//.

Chamber of Commerce / I.
excuse that the '

BUBLJSHED: BT 1 is run by a few. He is the fellow LOSE ONE METhODIST CHURCH .
ONE AND
I THE KI8SIMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE 'who got mad because he could not TALK IT OVERThere

KVERT FIUDATKI8H1MMBH. run, things to suit his own peculiar I &ev. W. C. Norton Pastor. .
FLORIDA.W. ,
-Melbourne Times.: .
ways. Ball With .
S Two Good Games
m.-Union Sunrise Prayer
B. HARRIS _______..'.____President Three South Florida papers, keep 7:00 a. .5' .
,. B. O. VANS AI1NEW.S..ta..y. that in 'mind-three---express themselves Eustis Enliven FourthOf Meeting S in Bungalow. V. 1. ,
; ALLISON. T.' FRENCH.j..-..__...EditorIIINIHIITIOV very similarly upon the same CelebrationThere I 9-:4fJ "a..m,-Sunday: school.'."L.lOverstreet , 'I;

: RATES question which should be of vital in- July I superintendent. '

One Copy On Year-___._________'I.OO terest to all Florida especially that 1: 11:00 a. m..-Preaching) by the pas '
One Copy Six Months....____.___ 1.00On section usually referred to as North was a big crowd out at Alligator tor. are times when we .want to talk it oyer.
Copy. Three Month-__. ___ .60 another at .the Saint Senior devo-
Florida. We hand it to our :readers Lake and | ,700; p. m.- League
; ; (Entered. nt the poatofflce at Kluxlm- with the simple reqUest that they Cloud swimming resort on the Fourth. tional service Especially) when it is something that very, deep...

: mee Florida M* .econd-cla. matter.) ponder thereon and see if they cannot But that didn't prevent the baseball 8:00: p. m.-Union Services at the
profit thereby-'-Suwonnce Citizen. fans from turning out to a morning Baptist Church. ly concerns us. Money matters for instance.
All communication except from authorlsvd -
I' cnrrrafiomlentB muet 'be aign4 l : game and an afternoon game: at the S 8:00 p. Wednesday. Prayer
by the writer. Mabbette street ball grounds. And Meeting. This Bank] invites you to talk: over your money
S Rejected matti-r ,will be returned If WOODROW: WILSON those who went had their money'sworth. j _ _
: called for. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH offers its best
matteand you very expert: as-
We will not that Woodrow Wilson -
say The morning furnished some .
I I fFOeIjflAJyertbtng;i : K...,"*....t.u.$ I is the most loved man, because good excitement.game Eustis piled up a I Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. sistance.
AMF.RICA4pRisSSOCtATION
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that does not express the idea, but two run lead in the first inning by Car.I .
S 9:45' m.-Sunday School.
we will that he is the most venerated : a.
FRIDAY. JULY 6, 1923 say scoring three tothe Cow Punchers'one. I Classes
Farmer superintendent.
admired in the United son ,
and man
in fifth and
One more the one
States. To think of Woodrow Wil- i for all ages. Join the pastor's class.
in the seventh for Eustis and four
: THE NEXT JOB son is to think of a man of iron who Kissimmee in the seventh I I 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the pastor.
runs by
-- has been broken. It is to think of tie which I V 6:45: p. m.-Bible study lesson. The
Frequently we hear some one say brought the score to a was Books of the New Testament. I Peter.
; of whom the i
a man gre.'it"purpose
broken in the last half of the
that if such and such a thing is done fates have thwarted. In the "face toface" ninth only when Holmes Prather wallopedout Leader: Clara Ploetz. Merchants and. Farmers BankOF

at "Osceola county will come into itaN' canvass which Collier's Weeklyis a timely hit which brought his I 8:00: p. m.-Union Miller.Services. Theme Preaching -
by Rev. A. J. :
conducted who the
having to see
brother Sam ''over the plate for the
'I "
own.
Friend of Sinners
"Christ the :
people want for president and in
S \ We hear the expression so often &xing; run.Wamsley 8:00 m.-WednesdaYI: Prayer KISSIMMEE"A
which Henry Ford is running away replaced Wood in the box I' : p.

t l rp that it becomes hackneyed and mean- ahead of President Harding it is surprising for Eustis when the score" was tied meeting.

I ". ingless. It expresses a vague sort ofa I I to see how many people insist and pitched an inning and a third in I I Free seats well and a those welcome who belong to. HOME INSTITUTION"V
as
on votipg on Woodrow Wilson. strangers as
something, regarding which we have i the morning game, doing all the
here.
I They know of course, that he can nev-
about as definite a mental picture as I er hold public: office again. They twirling'Crum for the distinguished visitors in the I A church of the Bible and for the

::: we have of the. millennium. And we do hot vote for him to express n preference the noon.first game by battin a GOO after-I I people.
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h take about the same attitude toward for a candidate. They simply rage. It took three umpires to settle PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

": one as toward the other. want to show how they honor him. the morning: contest, Sam Lupfer, Jr., --

S ; We confess we don't know where When the colossal gathering: of Shriller C. C. Jordan and Bob Grant doing Rev. W. II. Dresch, D. D., Pastor
assembled Washington City a the work. In the afternoon while
S ''r the expression "coming into its own" I few.days ago and had their great par- everybody: was willing for the other 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. Prof.D. .

I f, originated, and we dont see that its (I ade before President Harding twenty fellow to umpire Marion Carson hovein B. Shaver, superintendent.

: origin makes any difference. But the ,I thousand strong thousands of them, sight and was drafted. Right at 11:00: a. Communion Service RIGHT GLASSES--NOW ii iiWill

S actuality does make a difference. Os- I I with bands of music afterward the start he read the riot act to some I and sermon by the pastor.
marched before Woodrow Wilson'shome 7:00 m.-Christian Endeavor
and there
p.
of the bench criticizers was
ceola county's 'own" is not difficult to show him how they honoredand no season on umpires the rest meeting. _ I preserve your eyesight for the, future

,I to see. I admired him. He is the men of of the open day. Grant was nicely settledin I 8:00: p. m.-Union Services at the We fit you correctly atttadively, satisfactorily

'7 j. Its greatest possibilities lie in its history.-Gainesville Sun. the "press mogul and ex-umpire's Baptist Church. Phone
r for
today an appointment
Visitors will find cordial welcome _ _ _
I soils. Development of its agricultural box" for the afternoon game until a
TilE SUCCESS FAMILYThe the bases. His dreamof to a home-like church.CHRISTIAN .
somebody got on
: 5' and horticultural advantages is '
1 W. E. SANDERSON CO. j
pre-eminently the road to prosperity. Father of Success is: luxury was then spoiled by Umpire CHURCH
r Work. Carson who called him to'duty as

} Practically everyone is agreed on that The Mother of Success is: jase""decider. Rev. Allen J. Miller Pastor. s..O+00006000000ooooooooooooooo"o"'ooo"oo'o'oooo',.
point. Ambition. The Cow Punchers were upable to

Development of these natural The oldest son isj score in the afternoon game, while 10:00 a. m.-Bible School. C. E. __ u ______ _ _ _n____ ___ ___
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S '. cannot as it should ad-I Common Sense. Eustis tallied six. Kissimmee went Yowell superintendent. THIS YEAR'S EXPERIENCE FOR SALE-Strawberry plant, after
vantages come
Some of the other boys are: through three innings without a hit, 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas MEANS BETTER MELONS NEXT July 16th. In any quantities Mllonary ..
:: til the work of man complements the Perseverance while the first three hits Eustis got )I I tor. Theme: "The New Testament varieties Better Hat your

of The finest soils in the were all two-baggers, Wamsley in Church." requirement at one.. KIrkland
gifts nature. Honesty. / The Marion county farmer has been Farm four mllea west of Auburn-
t. : world will not bring any section "into Thoroughness in the first Lasater in the third, and I'I | 7:00 p. m.-Christian Endeavor. convinced of the value of taking pre. dale) on Lakeland-Auburndale road.'

\ its own" if those soils cannot be made Foresight, Newman in the fifth. Wamsley not ,, Subject: "What Is The Benefit of cautions against the ragages of insects Address: 1110 Orange Park Avenu.
'I Lakeland Florida.
j); Enthusiasm content with his first class pitchmg'Cot Christian Brotherhood ? Leader. and diseases, as by spraying and 2 -4txI
i to produce. Osceola county will never Co-operation. exhibition, / another two-bagger in Katherine Miller. dusting. He had been told by hir "
: "arrive" until its take the the seventh. I 8:00 Pastor will preach at >lt HALK-I0-room hotel and Arf
people The oldest daughter is: p. m.- county atent and he had read in farm goods atore For Re'I-Fllllnll' "ta
!, question of drainage. seriously, until Character, About the prettiest play of the afternoon Union Services at Baptist church. bulletins'that it is often necessary to tie,, and atore See J. McPhatter.

t r they formulate a definite program and Some of the sisters are: game was in the sixth inning Theme: "Christ The Friend of Sinners take such precautions. But he triedIt Xl-tfo-
Cheerfulness when Igou knocked one of those quick ." out and now he is telling his neigh-
I carry it out. Loyalty travelling flies in the vicinity of the 7:30 p. Wednesday. Personal bors what he learned at considerable Fit HALK::-Sixteen lot*. hIghest t'1.l .

; 1 The business 'man favors such action Courtesy, median line between center and leftfield I Evangelism class conducted by the expense. Half\atlon of In them IOMII on by paved survey street; rjoe with In.

V > because the commercial life is so ("are. I Sam Prather who was responsible pastor. This farmer recently !stopped County Idewalk. and aeweracr, covered

V. V strongly contingent the success Economy, for four put-outs during the 8:00: p. m.-Wednesday. Prayer Agent K. C. Moore and said "Mr with large hearing orange and
upon V made a bee line for the point Meeting.We Krapefrult tree. Easy term A. T.
Sincerity /game ) Moore I want to tell you something. Morrlaon. City.
V : :, of the grower. The grower of course The baby is: where it looked as if the ball was already welcome you to worship withus. You induced me to spray my water- JS-tf'-ttxFOIt

haven drainage. Cattlemen realizeS 'I Opportunity there and grabbed: it out of the melons' this year. When I got very NALR-llunana plant.. lady Infer( .

that drainage means better pastures. Get acquainted with the "old man," air a foot or so from the ground while -- nearly over, the field the spray gave variety, 2& cent. t'.ch.V 11 llarrl'

'. All should realize that whatever helps and you will be able to get along pret- breaking the traffice laws for speed. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH out. I told the men not to get more tfx

S ty well with the rest of the family. There were a bunch of pretty playsin 11:00 Morning Prayer. but leave that last unsprayed acre I FOR HALE:-Rid. for
one will help alt a. m.- any part or alt
the
and the .
altogether day
game an' a check plot. of the benches used at the tent tnewt
The biggest job for co-operative effort NEWSPAPER ADS. ARE BEST was about the most satisfactory from 8:00 8:00: p. m.-m.-Wed Evening 1esday Prayer.: Litiny "That part of the field was a complete lima are Invited T. L. Comer

I which the county has yet under- spectator's standpoint for 'a long and p. Choir practice follows. loss not a single melon was M-tfc

taken Is the securing of adequate When .advertisers get together to time. --d- ? prayers. picked from it. But where we sprayed I FOR HALE-Modern 4-room bungalow- -,

When this is done Osceola talk things over they are likely to Score-Morning Game I CHRIST'S CHURCH the vines are still green even to the furnished; bath room, garace,3 city
drainage. job -
say exactly what they mean. The val- Eustis All R II PO A EYounj (Pentecostal) very last row. The loss of that one lots; IS bearing cltru tree*. Inquire -

county will "come into its own." :Jue of newspaper advertising, therefore ,Iou If _nu 4 1 1 0 0 0 Corner Brack and Oak Streets acre is enough to convince me for all W. J. Steed or Uox it. Saint

:V V ONE WAY TO STOP DRUNKEN .' appears to be thoroughly established Wingfield, 2b __u I 5 1 2 1 1 1 .. time that .it pays to prevent diseases Cloud. IC-XOtS
V for the opinion of the Associated Newman, 3b _____ 5 1 2 2 1 0Warnsley Rv.'Thos. B. Buckalew Pastor. and insects." FOR. SALE-Jtreh: Jersey cow. second

., V V DRIVERS Advertising Clubs of the ct.& p._ 2 1 0 3' 0 0 : :Mr Moore reports that this par. calf helf gentle and In fin* con.
't -: V J1' World in recent convention, held that Gause .s ... 3 1 3 I 2 1 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School. International tlcular dltlon. Price reasonable Phone 111.
V There is but one way to stop drunken --* .*- farmer's control of disease in J. N. Parker. JI-U
men from 'driving automobiles., Fining the "most effective medium of publicity H. Wood, C.i........ 4 0 1 6 2 0 Lessons. V his watermelon field was remarkable.

.'' : fa of no use. It has been tried is advertisements in local news- Crumley, rf I" :"" :410!. \ "I. 1 :: 2 0 (0) 11:00,8. m.-Sermon by pastor. lie sprayed only once, but got perfect FOR HALE-i-BolId block of five. lot l II-
A. a counties number of times. The 'parers." V Cooper, lb._. u::;:"4 0' 0 10 1 1 7:15 p. m.-Young Peoples' Service. control. Had the rains permitted South Klialmmce, CO feet each brZOIH
t This applies to everything to be ad- R. 3 0 2'0 4 0Dentcf 8:00 p. Evangelistic Sermon by feet. Bargain for caah. Apply
V V: fine is dug up somewhere is an | Wood p------- a good crop of fruit to set on hid Valley Qaiette. tfx.
: unusual case where the driver Is given vertised. Merchants are taking more __ _u__ 1 0 0 0 0 II pastor.i vines. he would have made an extraordinary I -
'J and more to this form of advertising. i 7:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Instructive FOR SALE. For Kent. Furnlbe4
V VS he
and
take his However
the permit to car carry crop. recently
I Private individuals are finding it the _ _ : 5 12 25 )118Kissimmee :, Bible teaching by pastor. I .Rooms and No Trespass Card K
the
about beet carload of
)1 others into dangerous at a -- The
V ) ways I Weekly shipped cent each at (Uaaett office.
quickest and cheapest way for themto I 7:30: p. m.-Thursday: melons -U
dangerous pace. There is but one that moved from Marion 4$
to the habit. That is to effect changes of goods or pur- 11. Prather, 2b __ 0 2 7 1 1 Prayer Service. county.
; way stop outside usual made 1 2:30: m.-Friday. Women's Bible FOR RALE!:-Fine residence property.Apply .
chases the ones Johr.son, rf 5 2 2 0 II 0 p. -
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the offender for from ten to uu
jail at the office of The Valley
-V .1 thirty days. In Jacksonville. the officials by regular dealers. Directors of public Wilson, If __- _n_ 2 1 1 1 0 0 I Class. Mrs. L. B. Iligdon in charge.: PLAYING SAFE Oasette. Klaalmmee. l-tf
have commenced the practice utilities are just beginning to discover r. McLt'an, 3hun 3 0 0 0 3 0 Communion service first Sunday
1 the value of advertising __ 1 I 0 0 'each month. Foreign Missionary of- old 'Foil RAI..K-600 ,acre icouil pastureland .
i !t ;,10 the first offense will penalize the of. newspaper Story, C uu 0) 3 3 each The dear lady entered the drug near Ht Cloud For quick sale!
fender ten days in jail. His next offense to them. / RoherKon, SII nn 5 1 0 2 2 2 i|ferint taken second Sunday. Etore and looked doubtfully at the IK 00 pi>r acre. Write: 1> \\'1 ilia,"I,
:e : will win thirty days-while his !; One speaker on the subject advo- So Prather, {'Ln 4 2 1 2 0 IICl'um month at evening service. youthful clerk behind the counter."I Wauchula. Florida l-tf

I \ third will give him six months on the cated such advertising urging: pub- Ih hnn 4 0 2 10 0 0 j Come, Pray, Believe. All welcome. .suppose" she began "that you HECONI---HANI-- -sold
- -- - -- OOOD8.
,; road seeing: the automobiles of his lished statements of the company'saffairs ?, p __ 'n 2 0 0 1 3 0 Ill'KAL' COMMON SENSE are a properly qualified druggist ?" and repaired The Casino buuKht 44-lf

S .; friends drive by. It might not prove a and advertising talks with the Bronxon, p u -- 1 0 0 (II 0 0 "Yes, madame." -

; ( very bad idea to put such a sentence consumer. I -- "You have passed all the examinations WANTED.
\ upon men in this county who try to I I I "Publicity" he said, "to be effective Totalsuu33 (0 8 26 12 :3 I II I By Spuds Johnson ?" '

'S V drive when in a hootchy condition., i I I must be continuous sustained day in I Score by Innings Fodder pulling is a wasteful prac. "CVrtainly." \v.,\ TI'I-I Kiill| |'|".-.l farm (0'. fuckInn. -

,V When a man gets too full to walk and day out. Acquiring the /good will Eustis _- __nn300 010 100-5 jtice I and not one blade of it shall be "Never poisoned anybody in mis- < with, "Farm.1. oniHll limirlnir('ai'" The icru<".n' .ett Adlrran *-..

home it is a mighty risky thing to allow of the public is like establishing a Cow Punchers __ ___ _100 000 401-0 i stripped from my corn That states take?" 30-ZtX
.A V V him the use of a car.-Falatka I man's character." And this the news- Summary: Two base hits: Igou |I my position on this\ forage questionthat "Not to my knowledge." I

I I' News. I paper advertisements help any organization Crumley Wingfield.: First on balls has been argued so many times "Very well. then," she replied, W lady B NKKI or Kcnlli-man an Induatrloua., reputable. the
to
V to do.-Salnt Petersburg off Young: off Wood 5, oft Wamsley I and ways by the professors and the heaving a sigh of relief and laying a K'-nuln. .J. H WatkIns represent product In

S S DISEASE AND POVERTY Times. 3. Struck out: By Young 2, by Wood farmers. coin on the counter. "You may giveme Klmilmme*.. A few Kood territories
: V 2, by Wamsley 3. Wild pitches | I am convinced that fodder pulling a nickel's worth of cough drops." also open In other nearby rltlea Tb'
Prevention of sickness and disease SOME NEWSPAPER RULESA nationally advertlaedVatklnn prod-
S Wood. Hit by Ditcher Roberson. Umpires iin' unwise about a dozen years agov
-t have been sInce
u< known and used
V, V would practically eliminate poverty Texas editor recently issued the Lupfer Jordan and Grant. ,[ All my life up to that time I had be- According to motorcycle officers 1868 !>ori't, accept any ot h..r offer
r. V says the general director of the New them- Scorer England. jlieved it the thing to do and I had the of until you Ret our proposition--lt'different
which
following rules explain proper adjustment headlights
York for the Full gamiilrs -
and
Society Improving condition particular
Afternoon Game I done it, because, I father
V suppose my would
selves reduction of .
: mean a 60 per cent are tr.Vrlte .today J Rwatklna -
j i of the poor. While theorists Eustis AD R II PO A E and his father had done it before us.I .
"Fifty cents per line will be charged in the number of night'accidents.. Co. l lIept. 90. MemphiSTenn.
S call for radical laws to get rid of the for all obituary notices of business I/rou, rf ___ __ __ 5 0 0 1 0 0 was convinced by the county agent .10-ltI
S4 V j curse of economic failure, doctors and Wingfield 2b _ 4 0 0 1 40 who persuaded me to leave off pullingthe

V'f f health officers who are working to other may\ who city get twentyf1vecents their job printing per in line an- i Newman, 3b ___n_ 5 2 2 :3 1 0 fodder on a measured acre. Wheni PAINTINO--lIou.. Reel. 11 and} M.lnilt.aulomubllnapeclalty. / It-It B

I stamp out disease arc doing corne- will be charged; for like notices to a'l! Lasater c u ____ 5 2 2 9 3 0 i I gathered the corn, I found that the
5' ; thing far more practical. Wamsley p _u_ 4 0 :3 I 0 4 0 I unpulled acre vielded 32 barrels IF YOU do any kind of farming U
business who advertise.
;z If people would take regular physical men do not Florida you should read The Farmer
while all subscribers will Cause ss nnU 4 1 0 0 2 1 I against 23 V4 for. an adjoining acre and ell-
delinquent Htorkman. which deal with
V : examinations by competent doctors be charged fifteen cents line on Dent cf ____ ____ 3 0 0 100 on which the fodder was pulled. rue and truck tfm\nf. live ctoek.
F and would avoid congested living out to Jerusalem.per Adver- Crumley cf nu__ 4 1 1 1 0 0 My principal objection to the prac- poultry and dairying: Send, for free
passing
new
V quarter., they would prevent ma- tisers and cash subscribers will Cooper, Ib _h __ __ 2 0 0 11 0 0 tice is based on the fact that I have aampln copy or 16 cent, for thre.months.
: receive $i0three ;
ny physical ailments! from getting learned The Yearly ubcrlptlon. .
the best there is in the shop less corn is produced. year. 11,00. PublIshed twlet
: started. It may be said that many I free-gratis when they shuffle off. Totals h_U .36 6 8 27 14 1 leaf of a plant is its factory the a month. Addres. The Farmer andHtnckman.
: struggling people have to herd together KissimmeeH. factory in which raw material from No. TO Newnan ;Street

as they cannot afford ample "Those who extend the paper no I Prather 2b_ 4 00320 the soil is converted into substance Jackaonvllle. Florida. ll-tfe-
and around
*: dwellings. But they would do far better support whatsoever go 'Johnson rf 4 00000 that can be eaten by animals. If you

IV to go out in the country and work knocking lambasting the the editor or the paper and its or Wilson, If 4 0 0 2 0 0 strip off the leaves you tear down the _ FOR SALE LOST _

s j on farms than keep on living in the drop banana community the Bullock 3b _-3 0 1 1 0 0 factories and the corn supply is cut. FOR HALE-From registered stock LORT-Two rings, one diamond. En**
i I crowded tenements where conditions citizens peelings on I White Cheater pig. 6 week old; Huh setting: the other In gold rtn.,
V o11 Story c 4 0 1 4 2 0 If you take the looms out of a cotton
are bad.-Gainesville News. sidewalks spit like a dime try to UUhn I nlio a sow Apply to A. Oakamlth.Xox "W. I). K. S. 1501" Inscribed on In-
S. cf.___ 3 0 1 4 0 0 don't cloth.
sell us gold brick will be given the Prather factory, you get any more 113 KlBBlmrnee.. or laat house In Reward and no questions a.K-
j No man should be permitted to truth, which won't look good in print Cum Ib 1 0 0 9 1 1 Same 'is true with the corn plant. I city limit on Dixie Highway goIng -d If 'returned to Prebyt rl.s

:s, hold public office who does not belong when they give up the ghost. Roberson ss 2 0 0 3 3 1 dare say that if the corn blades are aouth. 30-Stu manae.. It-It-

I to, and attend meetings of the Board "Better send in your orders for job Bronson p 3 0 0 0 4 1 pulled off at what we farmers call the"ripe" FOR HAI-K-W* have SO.OOO fine plant LOIjT-On Dixie Highway betweIx -.

V of Trade, Chamber of Commerce or printing and advertising pay up your stage the corn yield is reduced ADAPTED GRAPES for quick ale >uhman and HaInes City. Monda?.
V other recognized commercial: organization subscription pet to boosting this paper Totals__u.___28 0 3 26 12 3Score by at least 25 percent. In wholesale lote-e.rm..nll 14Hc July I. noon' black leather hand .bat.
know'log
Florida Malaga HHc Ellen Bcott containing clothing. Anyone
by Inning Another for objection to ;
S in his community, and we are and its editor and speak in glow- reason my 21c. Delivery In December; mall the two men In Ford touring cr I
V going to see that every such official Ing terms of the town and its people Eustis ---200 210 100-6 fodder pulling is that the humus sup- deposIt required. Also Blueberries who picked It up plea* notify Vernon *:>-I

% has opposition and at least one vote For an epidemic of hog cholera is said Cow PuncherjfX---000 000 000-0 ply is reduced. The ground gets that He and tie and TREE BlackberrIes Porter, KUdmmee. Reaaonaol"*
4 I cast against him when the next election to be abroad in the community." Summary: Two base hits: Wanxjley much less material to keep up soil S"'c. In small lots price away below reward. or
NOW. For
S roll around" says a South Flor- -Apalachicola Times. 2, Lasater Newman. First on balls: life and soil fertility. You can takeit short regular time season only. price Nurery Rout MISCELLANEOUS J.

.. ida newspaper.. We don't know how Off Bronson 6; off Wamsley 2. Struckout for granted that you got to put as Two Box Slt-0. Tampa. 10-ltc .
!: .trong-m public V sentiment is expressed HIS MALADY : By Bronson 4; by Wamsley 9. much back into the soU as you takeout HBWARD-Suitable reward will -
by this editor but what he Hit by pitcher Lasater. Umpires: or your land will get poorer and SADDLES SADDLES SADDLES< paid by Martin KlldnfT of Ceronad*
S ; says) Judge (swearing in the jury): L. S. Carson and Grant. U. 8. Array brand new McClellanU.JO Beach, Florida. Intorm.tlonillfll -
Scorer England. '
poorer.Horses *
.: may furnish ,food for thought on the Smith ; also used U. A Army Saddle In&; to the *
part of many politicians-St. Angus- ? and cows have got to have A-I condition $(10. Can chip C O. Harper, or hie ion. William flfP'
V S tin Record. Smith: I .beg to be excused, your A pair of rats. breeding uninterrupted forage, it is true. But to say don't pull D. allow examination express or Junior who both workvoTat Cai--
:4S I I'' V honor on account of sickness. parcel post. W. W. William. Quit- Dairy,'v.rm. tfnyearaago. *!'.I.!!
The nan who is not willing to work for three yean, without fodder is' not to say they can't have da. s SO-ltx ; :

t V withC:::the Chamber of. Commerce InV Judge: Well, you dont look sick. deaths, will Increase the rat kingdom forage. Just grow and save hay, and man IF YOU do. any kind ,of faroilnjr JJ. ,
: . AdTandng the interest of big town I .Wok you'd better star. by 868,709,482 individuals. The common let the com. blades grow' to increase FOR 8ALE-No. S potatoes .S4.IO: per Florida FOOl ahould read The Fa r5T;
I fa not 'worthy,of honor when it come* Smith All right, III' .it was Just brown rat breeds from six to ten the corn supply. barrel. 8. .C. Stewart, Box II, City. and Stockman which deals Wllbt.c.:"
't for the other .'-ItxIvoa ram and track farming ; .
that I was asking it. times each and I .
S produces
V to the selection of year an ar- t.rT '
; men.', charged with poultryd' dalrylnrSend ::
..it.. .the'. responsibility :' of' administertar rjr V rot, smallpox ermge coMO._ The gram destroyed by The crowing of bunchvelvet been -ALm-strawberr. Dlante, Ml*. wimpU.oopy or 15.,ceaSe for tV ?,.T
r. '
%S V; S "'. the )'government of the town. And 'jndH (hastily to /(tJie'I' sherIff): them 'on many a farm would pay,all and the eonstaat cultivation through and Klondyk; vany jjuantlBrowing ,ncnth Tarly"ia<1*.* Take thU... nan to the kieatjLuul! the taxes.Mors1'Ki11rats. the \UDmet".bJOntQ rid the soil of the trl: ; on new land from freshV rM; *>..*.. Published
I f'tIIb'ahoaId also apply to the neutral. / that 'root-knot I 'plentaJ. ? r.a47 Jgly_,let. ', If Iat.reet.d.wrj '.-f. ", ...t.," Ad.re.. _"t'iLt : '
worm
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:', . MOST. YBARATCASINO 1'PINO'i J PICTURE MONDAY OF CONTRACTS: AltElH ,I BA LAItE :: U-XjBATTLE AT LEGIONCONYE11ON FLoR0r'0': : : ..:

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Miss Lygia Lan left last week forLafollettef
Next MondadTuei4ay, in 'both '. ,- Conservation of. .the" wooded take1 4
FOR SCHOOLBUSSES! TenlU She, expects to be shores ''and of
the matinees forests Minnesota
-: evening and afternoon : joined there by her brother loyal L and
Kissimmee people,will have an oppor- the planting of trees -to replace those
tunity to see the wonderful motion Lane.radio'operator, who' Is Just r.- cut down are items on the program of'

[peal Happening's picture of wild animal life in the .More Than{JFive\\ Hundred] turning,: ,from and together a cruise In they the will Mediterranean visit- the Minnesota department '. of the

I of Africa. C. C. American Legion. according to
jungles Manager Dollar a recent .
Saving :Make By relatives in Tennessee and Kentucky
Jordan says that Jt took Mr. and Mrs. bulletin. to all parts of the organ*. .

- . . . . ----.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. . . Johnson, producers, two years to make Competitive',BiddingFive returning Mr. and to Mrs.Florida Kirby in Smith September., and lit",, Ization. During the last two years,
this plctu1'8fraught as it was withso American,Legion posts have exhaust.4ed
Eat at Dupont's Caf tfj. ......... o'>ee ... .o.. much danger:-WUd. animals charged hundred and forty nine ,
the and shot downat goneto' made available by the forestry
camera, weRe were saved by the county board of to spend the week with Mrs Smith'sparente depart
W. Busbee left Kisslmmee Sunday :- ,WE&THERREPORT '* the very feet of the operators who public instruction at its regular July Mr .and Mrs.Lon Canada.. ment. The, veterans have",settrees

for several weeks sojourn in Ohio. continued to turn, their cranks. meeting bel4.lasti<
Call C. C. Rum- 10. Official Bulletin of daily tern Elephants, enraged: and lions,. tigers contracts for carrying the children of home iii Klssimrnfo last week after a'dss of the State In memory of thoss.*
Auto For Hire. + peratare and O wild boars rhinoceros and hippopotami who died in-the World war. _
28-tf precipitation. fur- the county to school the coming year. fv visit with Miss Lane.
mell. Phone 41. nished by the Kissimmee Co- O were photographed. The .This the awarding of contracts -Grover Cribbe of Johnson Lygia U. S. Battle Fleet to Participate la'
City
*operative U. S. Weather <> has been termed "Hunt- Ifonowed and Legion ConventionThe
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson Bureau picture aptly I advertisements for. bids Tenn., who has been visiting his ,
the Fourth at Daytona eBach. Station for the week ending O Ing. With Gun and Camera," and the through the competitive bidding. system brother, M. T." Cribbe ad family Navy Department ''bas. approved -**
epent Thursday, July 5: thrilling\ moments are many when to'' the saving/ was made. and Mamie Cribbe has returned to a schedule providing' the.
Furnished Flat for rent. W... B. C. 4' the audience it seems as if a wounded I Contracts were let as follows: ToKissimmea his Tennessee home., participation of battleships and. des.4

Harris Gazette office. l-tf *> Date Max. MJn., Prep. 4' snorting denizen of the jungle: is schools, Center Park route Too inch rain has caused failure trover of the U. S.-Navy. in.the naval -
4 Friday June 29____90 75 trace s> about to leave screen and play havocin to John F. Bailey. $119 per month; of melon] and other in this {convention to be held In connection]
Shaves 15c; haircuts 35c; children! .Saturday, June 3085 69 1.11. the audience. The picture shows East Lake and Union Center route, to tion, crops sec with the legion's national convention,
but in fine condition
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf: 4' Sunday, July 1..89" 65 1.05. the largest herd of giraffes in Africa, Jack liughey, $150 'per month. To and setting groves nice are of fruit. The ate San Francisco, October 15-20,"'ac-H,

Sunday 4' Monday, July .2____88 69 trace s> beside many wild and unusual animate Campbell school the Campbell. Station crops cording to a recent letter received byj
In J.
Browns spent Temple trees A.
vounir
Miss Ernestine and brother at 4' Tuesday, July 3____84 71 .25 sO of other sorts. route, to W. R. Lanier, $125 per Lcne's: grove'are orange all loaded with fine Lemuel Bolles from Assistant Secretary ..<\
with her parents Wednesday, July 488 73 .00 s> month. To Saint Cloud schools, Nar- of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt 1
the other varietiesin
large fruit as are
Campbell's., _ _ Thursday, July 588 73 .43 4' A CORRECTION cooBsee route, to Walter Tyson $75 his Jr. .

New York Life Insurance Co., Sam Readings are made at 6:00: p. O The Gazette erroneouslyLatated last per month; New Eden route, to W. P.Tyson Mr. and grove.Mrs. Howard Tyson of Included in the fleet will be nine''
representative. 14tfpi 4' m. for the preceding twenty-four O : $75 per month; Finnev Point battleships thirty-eight destroyers'end '! _ _
L. Lupfer, local week that Sam grammar had been' Mount Carmel attended Sunday school
+ hours. > a number of armored cruisers.1)
s and Peghorn route, to Noah Hull here last 1)
i Mrs. E. Godwin of Avon Park Is *> ALLISON T. FRENCIL 4' elected school trustee at the Tuesday I, $150 per month combined Alligator Sunday. destroyers tenders, hospital ships and 1
election in Saint Cloud with Mes-
I the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. Co-operative Observer. s> Zimmerman and Eiselstein. Lake and Bassville routes, to Hardy RESOLUTION csther auxiliary craft. The list of *

E W. Alderman. _ _ 4> 4>* > s> > s> >4>+ o 4>> > >.s>4>s,> It srs. had been misinformed, Mr. Simmons $123 per month. Whereas Death reigns supreme over battleships comprises the California. ..
No bids were received for the Hancock all mortality, and oucJJeloved Broth Maryland, New York. Texas Arizona.: ;!

The leading life insurance companyof Bornr Monday, July] 2, to Mr. and didate.Brammar I. not E. Diefendorf having was been the a can-oth. school route. er. Thomas N. Clark, has paid this Pennsylvania, New Mexico, idahoaadTennessee. {
world New York Life. See Mrs. E. L. at their home < '
the Fennell on last debt bv n surrender of that whichwe v
14-tfc er trustee elected tieing' with Mr. THOMAS N. CLARK BUllIED ordered to San Francisco
| Sam Lapfer, agent. Clyde avenue, a daughter.Mr. all hold dear; Destroyers
Eiselstein, with 165 votes. The other .
BY KNIGHT TEMPLARS the Chauncey' Fuller
are Delphy.

I | Mrs. J. M. Duncan are vis- votes were! L. U. Zimmerman, 1'17; i Whereas; In the death of Brother
Mr. and and Mrs. B. B. Adam., with Perclval John Francis Burns, Farirsgut -'
Mrs. I. J. Mc- Dr.M. Puckett Foster 61 Claude F. The funeral of Thomas N. Clark Clark we lose one.of our most devoted -
their daughter, ;
:: Stine their; niece Miss Arrie Redwine, droveto and beloved members; be it Somers Stoddert, :Reno,i Far-
I Call in Jasper. Lakeland for the Fourth. Johnson, 36. ;was held Friday morning the First quahar Thompson, Kennedy, Paul:
Resolved That his
II : we revere memo
Presbyterian church' the Rev. Dr. W. I
II I Hamilton, William Jones Woodbury,
I Ask for information on the New Mrs. W. H. Chary of St. Petersburgwho METHODIST WOMEN IIAD'JULY II. Dresch officiating./ The services ory as a citizen-cherish his devotionto |'S. P. Lee Nicholas. Young, Zellin,
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. BUSINESS MEETINGThe were in charge of Knight Templars the Brotherhood, Friends and Family Marcus, McDermut, Yarborough: Lavallette -}
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and that hold dear the sacred .
fer. 14-tfc A. W. McCauley, has reutrned home. in full uniform, with a Knight Templar we Sloat. Wool Shirk Kidder,
regular monthly business meetIng escort. At Rose Hill trust for which he gave the full measure ,
Marion Massee of Macon Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dillard and Mrs. of the Women's Missiona'y Socie- interment was made with cemetery Knight of his devotion. Selfrldgo. Mervine,. Chase. Robert.

was a week-end visitor of Mr. and Mary Prather left Kissimmee Tues- ty: of the First Methodist church, was Templar ceremonies at the That we fullv sympathize with the Smith, Mullany, Hull, .

Mrs. R. M. Angas. day, for their home in South Carolina. held at the Methodist bungalow Mon with the Knight Templar service grave concluded family in the loss sustained and the Farrenholt; Sumner, MacdoDoulr"-f'
day afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Over- councils for which they will Ion7 in vln. i
Lost: About commencement time, Misses Leah Wilcox Gladys Griffin street, the president, in charge.A Lander.Mr. .by a prayer by Rev. David vain and commend them to a lovin f Personnel attached to ;
bar pin In or near school house. Edith McLean Percie and the members will number 900 commissioned offIeera --
a jade Oliver rreat; many of areaway }Father who alone has power to give
Clark the Masonic
Finder return to Mary Steffee. and re- Lauretta Snodgrass chaperoned by from Kissimmee for the sum belonged to consolation in this sad hour. 100 warrant off leers and 16,000,

reive reward. 29-2U Mrs. Lillian Deyoreo enjoyed a mer, but fifteen ladles were present. Blue Lodge, Royal Arch, Knight Tempial's' That a copy of these resolutions he enlisted men, Secretary Roosevelt'*1
and Shrine. He also
. camping trip this week at Alligator Reports of officers showed that con- was a. sent to the family that a copy be 'letter stated., S )
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member of the Fellows
Mrs. G. W. McGowan. of Washing- Odd Rebeccas Legion convention officails.
are ea-
Lake. siderable work is being done and that spread on the minutes of the Masonic I {
... ton. D. C:, I Is visiting her parents, Mr. the interest is being maintained in and Orlando Encampment I. 0. Order and a copy be published in The deavoring to emphasize the naval program -_*""'

und Mrs. John Pherigo. Miss Norma Griffin left Kissimmee spite of the lessened membership. O. F. Kissimrr.ee Valley Gazette. of the meeting to a greater extent -,
r Wednesday for Bradentown where .- lie wan born at Elenberg. Clinton Signed H. N. BRATTON.C. that has been attempted in pre-:.
our The best investment you can make she will be joined by the Misses Vane TRAINING COURSE FOR NURSESThe county New York July 28, 1857 and L. BANDY.J. vions years according: to Mr. Bolles.
I. is a New York Life Policy. Better of Plant City. They will attend a came to Kissimmee eleven years ago I E. LUPFER. To that end he said naval authorities
-, than a savings account. See Sam Chi Omega house party at Anna Maria Orange General Hospital offersa last November where he has 'keen: a of a number of countries allied with<
dIII- Lupfer. 14-tfc Beach. :3! year course of training for Nurses. ..contractor and carpenter. He was a the United States in the-world war .
,.. Nellie Young ladies between ages of 18 member of the city council at the HELP THE OLD FOLKSA have been asked to send vessels. ,
F. Herzberg and family Miss Mrs. O. P. Taw who underwent, a and 39 years. College students or time the commission-manager form of I

- Parrish, and Stanley Chapman serious operation on June 10, at Orange High School graduates preferred.We government came into effect. Seven I TO PROTECT FLAG *

r 4'" spent! the Forth in Tampa. General Hospital performed by have an up-to-date 100 bed hospital weeks ago he was stricken with par. I Helping Hand Extended to Many. THROUGH STATE LEGISLATION

Mrs. Stanley Bullock and littledaull'hter. Dr. McEwen assisted by Dr. Rivers daily average of 35 to 75 pto- tial paralysis from which he never Old People In Kissimmee
re- Mrs. I returned home last week, and is wellon tients. Our Surgeons and Physicians ,:--recover,;, e Jo Berta. are visiting
and Mrs. C. E. the road to reeover. are of the best. and all classes are He is survived by his widow who Most old people have a bad back. The American Flag will be protect-
0. Bullock's parents, Mr. thoroughly given. New class begins lives in Kissimmee and his mother The kidneys are often weak ed from misuse by enactment of .peeial ::'

lis n. Griffin. I Miss Leah Herzberg president of June first. three brothers and one sister in New Or worn out with years of work. legislation] in all states, if possible

.. The best investment you can makeis the B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist I We have a New Nurse Home which York. Backache means days of misery. Garland W. Powell, director of. >the"

,. a New York Life Policy. Better church of Kissimmee attended a special we appreciate: and enjoy very much. ', The body was prepared for burial Urinary troubles, nights of unrest. ; Legion' national Americanism Commission -
T, than a savings account. See Sam meeting of the executive committee All applications should be made to by J. W. Thompson.W. Doan's Kidney Pills have helpedto has announced.
III Lupfer. 14-tfc of the Wekiwa Federation of B. I Directors of Nurses. Orange General make life easier for them. I Folowing the recent national conference -

,.r Y. P. U., at Orlando Tuesday night.Mr. Hospital, Orlando Florida.0S II. SULLIVAN IS They are doing so for old and of 68 patriotic societies' and

.. Bread cakes, and pies, to order. -- BURIED AT MT. CARMEL young. other organizations held in Washlng-i,
Mrs. W. II. Farmer (formerly with and Mrs. R. M. Angas/ had a 1 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR PICNIC ,I Kissimmee people are learning this. ton, to promote flag observance a national .
week-end Lieut. William N. Funeral services of W. II. Sullivanwere I
visitor
IIIt West Mitchell. campaign has been started in
Bohannon's ), 9 Read the following local endorse
.I. Phone 241. grocery Fellers of Jacksonville, of the aviation Tuesday evening, June 28, nine held Montlay afternoon at the ment. the'states under the leadership of the -,

section of the navy. Lieutenant cars dcvoiated with streamers of red Pentecostal church Rev. ThorqasBuckalew J. E. Bass Sr., Bermuda legion, to obtain .statutes promoting
re Mrs. I. L. Maroney is teaching a Fellers will leave In a few days on and white (the C. E. colors) left Kis. officiating./ I says: "I have used Doan's avenue Kidney flag observance he said. ..
the Richmond to cruise in foreignwaters. sinimce bound for Alligator Lake carrying I Mr. Sullivan died at his home
private school for pupils in the grammar on Pills for a number of years for lumbago I I A law will be sought to set apart:
.
.. members of the Christian Endeavor Limit street Sunday afternoon at theage
grades at the primary school and kidney complaint. I suffered Flag' Day on June 14 by proclamation
I'I' of the Christian church and a of 74. He born in Alachua
12. 2S-tf was
Hours 8 to 'ceremonies.' The flag-
building. with hurting in the smallof appropriate
Mrs. G. B. Woodall and Mrs. W. W. I a severe
It few lends. After a pleasant 'swim county, but had lived in Osceola for would be placed on the main adminis-.
back and acted
IsI. Rev. John A. Scott, pastor of tho Bell spent several days last week in the young people were summoned touppei 37 years. He leaves besides his widow several my times during my the nlg'tt. The tuition building each public institution
Christian church at Bartow was the i Lake Wales, visiting Mrs. C. C. Davis, '. A great panful of delicious five sons and five daughters. W. i and at if the
" : Miller the and family. Both Mrs. Bell and Mrs. chicken all the H.. I secretions were highly colored. I suffered every polling place
' guest of Rev A. J. over pilau accompanied by I Sullivan Mrs. Young Tindall Mrs. from awful in the-back ]legion's program 'carries. That tbeflag :
. Fourth. Woodall were wonderfully pleased land good things that go with'it, soon dis .:Everett Bass, and Mrs. Kalla Bass of pains of with staff pole be ..
head. When I had these attacks or flag: provid.
I.r. around Lake Wales and declare my ,
. appeared. After the old. jKissimmee G. W. Sullivan of Jack, ,
supper ; ,
i each school house and be displayed
ed for
... Piano; with I' I used Doan's Kidney Pills getting
Mr. and Mrs.' II. C. It the prettiest country, they have fashioned games were enjoyed In the 'sonville: W. A. Sullivan, II. M. Sullivan during school hours is another:
them Rbberson's' and ,
I- their two children left KlsMmmee seen moonlight until. the lateness of the and Mrs. C. L. Campbell, of Jup.- at Drug Store. itemson
" they. relieved Dean'sKidneyPillshsve recommenc ton. Other
I, Sunday for a month's stay at Daytona hour compelled the merry crowd' to i iter; and R. E. Sullivan of Lake promptly me. i the will be enactment of
Mrs. J. Woodbeck and Miss kept me at work. program
D. '
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Beach.A. .. .
rll depait for home. About 45 enjoyed .Wales.I
- Pherigo were visitors in Orlando I I I I l flOe, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn law prohibiting use of flat .. 'a.receptacle '
..4l' J. Jones, of Tampa who owns Tuesday where they\ were representing Ihis delightful picnic. Interment was made at Mount Car Co., Mfrs., Buffalo] N. Y. for receiving, holding, carL,
mel cemetery under the direction of .,__ ____
1 Kissimmee IHY I I I j- L rying or delivering anything and for
the postofflce building in the Business and Professional PATRIOTIC OBSERVED BY / /
tt was here Tuesday looking after busi- Women's Club. They consulted with 1\1 METHODIST SUNDAY I SChOOL',,! W. Thompson. I I THE MAN WITH AN ALIBIi advertising purposes, with heavy penalties -

ness matters.Mr. the Orange County Chamber of Commerce for public mutilation, abuse or
WOODYARD MOVEDI
V.'S. of the Methodist -!j i One of the men in the smoking car I desecration. I.
on the matter of road l>eautirlcation. Following the pi rrcin I' I 4 I'
(It I and Mrs. Robert Shingler of Suday schools in the Methodist -I I have moved my woody a rd from was an expert he explained. on cities. I Prior to the adjournment of the
Miami, were the /guests of Mr. and Conference Sunday, July 1, was ,]1516 Brack street. to 121 Main street He could look at a man and tell from flag conference it was voted to make
Mrs. Howard Anderson in Kissimmee Katherine Tiller, president of tha set upait for observance of Patriotic :','where I am stiil prepared to furnishmy I! what town he hailed. To his discern the conference a permanent body. The

I.I., last Thursday to Saturday. Epworth League of the First Metho- )Day. Sunday School SuperintendentJ. customers with 120 veneer blocks ing eye aided by his profound and next meeting was set for Flag Day,

It ('illt church of Kissimmee, with Margaret L. Oxerntieet presided at last Sunday 15-inch, delivered for $3.15: 12-inch I discriminating judgment, each city June 14. 1924 at Washington.
Barnes G. Smith has gone to Valdosta Sigler and Ina May Frickic, returned inoinintr'a observance. of the day :I blocks, 25.! Split for stove-wood, out upon its inhabitants a certain Powell was named chairman of an
,lei Georgia to join his family. Af- to Kissimmee Saturday from unit;' made fitting remarks about the 'I guaranteed full strand; 15-inch for I hearing or label which never deceived executive committee to advance tho

t ter a visit there of several days, Mr. Ocala, where they ) nl l>c"n for a ob ( viiiico of the flag and duties of | $3.35; 12-inch for $3.15. Get your I him. pro ra..m. Other members are:
and Mrs. Smith will return home. week as delegates t the Epwottl. patriotism. The creed of the flag was 'I''winter's supply now. All delivered. l "You for instance he declared to GridTev Adams, Sons of Veterans:

Mrs. Nelson Makinson is leaving league convention.Mrs. ieuv the Sun- uy school, and C. W. I I I Phone 91. J. Benin. 12-tf I the man." on his right "are from Chi- Captain George M. Chandler, U. S. A.:

.. Kinsimmee today for Paducah, Kentucky Eby, us coloi: hearer brought the flagto I ('ato i, Mrs. Anthony W. Cook, President
I. moth- Mattie Tynei and Children, the right of the altar where it was PECULIAR CORRESPONDENCESome : The Chicairoan admitted the fact. 'General, D. A. R.: Mrs. Henry Os-
will visit herS
where she I I "
.... Mattie Bell Marvin and RaVlT.ond.with "And you he said to the srentlo- National of
of months. olaced for the exercises.! The church ,, I.good Holland. Congress
and sisters for couple
SI. cr a Misses Annie Bell Bronhon, was. prettily decorated with flags/ and peculiar correspondence gets man on his left "are from Cincin- Mothers; Lieut. Col. H. S. Kerrick,
"
I. George T. Sigler and daughters Ernestine Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Walter flowers. through/ Uncle Sam's mail. Here's nati. American Legion Dept of Ohio; Ma-

,. with Misses Ingram and Griffin wentto Bronson, and Sir.' und Mrs. Art ,-- copy of a bona tide letter received by Again/ he was" right. jor O. C. Luxford, S. A. R.; E..S. Mar-
IIS Tampa yesterday to visit Mrs. Sig- Bronson, attended a barbecuethe CO.t('II CASON WILL SELL I I the firm to whom addressed: "Now, )you he said turning to the tin, Boy Scouts of America; John I-

IIS ler who is convalescing nicely at the Fourth at Little I-ake. near Winter REAL ESTATE IN KISS1M.MKE Red Hill, Ohio, Oct. 2, 19- I third man, "are from Arkansas. Riley. American Legion, Dept. of N.
"
I Garden near the home of Mrs. Ty- . Cleveland Pump Co., Cleveland, O. "No sirree- objected that Individ- Y.; Mrs. Livingstone Rowe Schuyler,
I.V Bayside Hospital. ner's mother. Mr. and Mrs. S.: W. Cason returned I! Gentlemen: I get the pump which uRI in hot resentment. "I've had the I Pres. Gen.. U. D. C.: Mrs. William

r Pupils wishing/ to attend the Sum- Monday from a tour of the east coast I 1 by from you. but why for gods sake flueThat's! what makes me look that Wolfe Smith. D. A. R.; and Captal)

S mer School conducted by Mrs. Clar- NOTICE, and cross country to Sebring and :, you doan send me no handle. I loose way." I Chester Wells U. S. N.
I- ejice Eby and Mrs. Roy Graves, are -- receiver's home. They will leave Kissimmee in i| to me customer. Wats the use RI
All holding cer-
parties WORMS
I. asked to meet at the primary school of September for Winter Park, where j I pump when she doan have no,handle.I TRADER IN TEXAS RATTLESNAKE FARM
Bank
the State
s July 9. at 8 a. m. 29-2t tificates against Mr.\. Cason will be principal of the high j Shure think you doan treet me right. Frank Fleming IR i a 10-year-old boy I
. Kissimmee ran present the same to SChOOl, but will live in Kissimmee un- I I I i rote ten days and my customer he i lof Stamford, Texas, who is !doing a Down in South Texas, near Brown-
r Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dale with their S. H. Bullock, Tereh'er. and receive til that time having moved to the holler for water like hell from the profitable and unique business i I in ville is the rattlesnake farm of W.

young sons, went to Daytona Beach, check for fourth dividend of ten per Julius Smith cement bungalow on the pump. You know he i is hot summer worms.. He carries worms in stock I A. King. said to bo the only farm fn

I r. Sunday. Mr. Dale returned Monday' cent. S. H. BULLOCK Dixie Highway. |I(now and the win he no blow the pump. for fishermen and sells them at a sub f the world where the deadly reptiles

fcut the rest of the party will stay at I 30-2tc Receiver. Mr. Cason will sell life insurance She got no handle so what the hell i stantial profit. During the winter and are bred. raised and shipped to fill

the beach during the summer. CARD OF THANKSI during the next two months and real /Roan to do with it. Dean send me the early spring/ months before the ftsh 'f orders. King handles the snakes with
., estate. He will be associatedwith handle pretty quick i send her back ermen are ready to start out, he dig, his naked hands, which he say is the
Mrs.' C. E. Hilton chaperoned four- wish to extend to my many A. T. French of the Strout and i goan order same pump from worms and puts them into small boxes only way. He has been bitten many

0 teen students of her Kissimmee Schoolof friends and neighbors who so kindly Farm Agency, and will conduct both Myers Companies. Good by. filled with the same dirt in which times but claims to have a sure anti-

Commerce at a picnic at Alligator assisted me during the illness and at Hd insurance and real estate business I I Yours truly Antonio Dutre. the worms are found and provides dote in a serum that he obtained from

Lake Tuesday night. Moonlight sup- the death of my husband, my sincere from the Strout office in the post I I Since I rite i find the dam handle them with what they want to eat. Brazil and which is infected into the I
c per and swimming were enjoyed.Dr. thanks. Please also accept my thanks office/ building. I I in the box. excuse me. Then when the fishing season openshe blood. King has spent; a number of
for the many beautiful flowers and I has a large supply on hand and is years experimenting with rattlesnakes
J. A. Sutton left Monday for a other kindnesses. NOTICE" OF SCHOLARSHIP |i Members of the American Legion ready to fill all orders at a moment's I and says it is a fascinating
I I
visit to Melbourne and down the east Mrs. Thomas N. Clark. EXAMINATION recently acted as pall bearers at the I notice. He says he carries the best : work, although he never lets the
. coast, stopping at Homestead for several I' funeral of Curly. Crow scout, last In his line and his customers appear I II snakes charm him. He has orders for
days, to see his daughter/ who RESOLUTIONSSince But vivoI'' of the Custer Massacie, to find the worms good bait, for they 1 snakes coming in aU the time and
I'C win return home with him for a visit. Competitive examinations will beheld which happened in .1876, when the I let urn to him again and again. says he has built up a profitable busi- ,
it is appointed unto man once at the High School Building. scout was buried on the Crow Indian Weatherford (Texas) Herald. ne .-Weatherford (Texas) Herald. '. ,
Florida Sanitarium and Hospital. to die and our beloved Brother Thomas Kiasimmee, Florida beginning at 9 reservation. Curly brought first

.. Orlando, Florida. Medical, Surgical: N. Clark has paid the last debt, o'clock a. m., Tuesday July 17, 1923 F!I I,news of the tragic battle on the LittleI Gather at a forlorn, and for a lon j Burton E. Sweet on Legion National.

Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. Be It Resolved bv the Brotherhood fot the purpose of awarding one I I Big Horn tto the outside, after General time abandoned cemetery near Caldwell Committee
fr Equipment modern rest, diet, physiological -,'of Osceola Lodge No. 74, I. O. O. F. scholarship to the Teachers' Collegeof 1 Custer and his band had been surrounded members of the American Legion Former Congressman Burton E.
therapeutics.! Unexcelled in First: That we extend to the be- the University of Florida, and one by the Indians. paid tribute to the last resting Sweet, of Iowa, author of the three

I.S the Southeast. 24-tf reft family in this sad hour of their' scholarship to the School of Education 1-Sixty-eight: years old, he was accustomed place of John Gray a revolutionarysoldier bills bearing his name which congress

. and Misses. bereavement a sympathy commensurate -: of the Florida State College for to outdoor life and practises who is believed to have been enacted for the care .disabled veterans
Mrs. H. C. Stanford Tiller\ with the teachings of our noble -II women. This examination Is open to of the Indians, but was beset by an the last soldier of tho revolutionary of the World.War, has'been appointed -
and Marv
Margaret Stanford Order. candidates who are citizens and residents illness which his primitive methods forces of the colonies to die in 'this, an advisory member of the '
from
. returned to Kissimmee Daytona Arthur Second: That in the going hence' of Osceola county approved failed to conquer. ''I country. National Rehabilitation Committee of

' Beach Monday. S. H. Bullock Dorothy- of Brother CI.rk.he Lodge, the city, moral character, and habits, graduates I I In addition to the legion men, who Gray was born in Mount Vernon the American Leglonenreque.t; of

a.I.. and Misses ..Vlolet'and beach and and to the utmost bounds of his .influence of Senior High Schools or their full 'I acted as a funeral escort and gave Virginia 1764'and engaged with the Joseph Sparks,.chairman of the, com-
spent the week-end at the all have suffered an Irretriev- equivalent, and over 16 years old. The ''military honors to" -the dead scout revolutionary'forces ,at the age of mittei /, r.

, drove the party home. able loss. questions for the examination,will be .,government; officials ,a j and employees sixteen. He,participated int'( 'the> surrender '. Mr. Sweet was "fJr1nai.ctof.I thesubcommittee'of

, 'Miss Susie McGuire left Kissimmee Third: That a copy of these resolution based on the following: Four* years !t attended the obsequies. Ctrly' widow at ''Yorktown and '!following ', e '.interstate and

,, Saturday for .her, old home In' Dand- be) spread ,on our records, a of work in High. School, English: ,. ope will receive: annuity from the'gov* the' war was a. field. laborer 'on' the Foreign 'Commerce Committee'or the '
Jefferson ,county' Tennessee. copy sent to, the family and one to year in High. School Algebra Ancient enun.Q ,, In recognition ,of herhus t Washington :estate.. Jir died 'at'the House ef.Representatives. which drew
:
En ridge, 'eh.'will Stan :at,Baxley'and The Kissimmee Valley Gazette for History.American History'and Civic ,'band's services in the t Indianwars.GiveMJie < age of 104 years, mo"1ib8''..!,23 the,.bills,::affect Dig' ,the disabled- He
route : Tennessee pqintj.ir. publication. '. Canddiitea( ,for- -scholarships |I, days.i : The:Anterleesr 'Legion .mea recentlr'retI: ,to private lifeeMitn.verthel.es.TheIb.Ardabied ,1))
variods
I, Atlanta,') and,.' and Mrs *'.Cla de .,Harper Of By order of the Lodge: through.: Its ,will J I... communicat.. ,'Srithvine= for :sdgs pltDty) of .ateailshad paid hofnare to the, grave of .Gray,in I Id's; liltrest"ih .: \
\ *' :" the ,,month*- aecordw1th' "theiv.,annual j custom of the welfare,of those. ,
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"In Kisilmmee, chosen 'eOmmlttee. t -* i'r'' -". 1. further, Jnttrmatlon.! ;: ::/ threughoiat wm I "yrhose
Tampa Sunday,'.enronte'stopped over home from, ,Wlscon i .- : ;4'p McCOSKEY. _. : ,. I' ...... ." _-7'",- c..'E. nrowEtti; Both ,are.'essential to the"best health decorating the- graves,,of,..$Old1T$ 'ofHwars. health and bodies'wee. wrecked: : ; aalaresult .*
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f" rtt em KISSIMMEE 'V'ALLEY"'G"AZBT'I'' ; FRIDAY; JULY, J9l3))

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: ;.; :.'st'art I FLORIDA PRODUCED HALF OF ,
a A sl
HALF MILLION .GRAPEFRUIT ,
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A'USE
Tampa, July 8.--Reports :.on grapefruit -
canning: ''operations' show: the
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REDUCED PRICES-MICHELIN TIRES past season's world production "to

have totalled approximately 600,000
I O cases, says C. E. Stewart, business SANITARY DAtRVCO'S '

manager of the Florida Citrus Exchange ..MILK &ICE
in his monthly review-on the CREAM

citrus industry.: "Of this amount,"" ho ,

10 % OFF .- flays 1 Florida] produced about 250,000 .
cases Porto Rico about 200,000 easel:

nnd California about 50,000 cases j
"Little difficulty was experienced

r marketing the product until the past
month when production: was material .

To and including Saturday July 14th we will give increased by several plants, due to / Mrla
the the fresh fruit. It Js expecteJ that .

10 'per cent off this reduced price. Buy now and Save You're a little thirsty and the accumulated during!: the stock next will few be weeks distributed ATTENTION. .

I'm a little "Thlrstie"that -: for summer co ,umption. FATHERS

makes us_ pals for "With the exception of the Eagle I
Jtmg- Overoize I Regular Fabric Lcke plant of thEf, Florida Citrus Exchange
RUI I TYPE haped 1 I Size thirst. I I
Size Cords Cords Casings30x3 always make practically all Florida grapftuit ?-

s think of the most canneries have closed for the Sanitary Dairy milk U
$IT:7530x.3 : you
CI. $2r-i' season. The Eagle Lake plant will
delicious: sparklng drink probably continue operations until the milk for your folk,!
'
1/ CJ. 2.90 $15.25
I :.: I $17.05 In sizes July 16."New. It will benefit: your baby.
30x SS 2.90 23.75 17.25 canneries to be operated: pert Your wife and childrenwill

t 32x SS 3.40 25.95 20.90 30x3 1.2 to season are planned by organizations like it and it will be .
affiliated with the Florida Citrus Ex I
31x4 Cl. 4.00 I 17.05 32x41'2 OrangeCRUSH change. They wil be located in different good for you.

I Order sections of the eitrus belt and i
t I 31x SS 4.00 29.25 23.75' I I,
operated on the co-operative plan to
I p 32x SS 4.20 31.20 25.25 REGULAR bring the highest returns to the grow AN1TARYDAIRYC4pA'UI ( I

I : 33x SS 4.40 32.50 25.95 er. Anticipating a need for greater .
CORDS '
sales effort in marketing the increased "
it 34x 'SS' 4.60 33.50 26.90' i'aia er output of canned grapefruit, the \; 'lOllr911ill"nan" tl :

29x4J/2 SS 5.00 38.70 for Thirst also Exchange has now in preparation an
size' as advertising campaign to develop a demand t '
32x SS 5.35 40.45 29.25 LennonCrusltlimeCrushWard'a"Crushes"owe for its Sealdheart brand, fn the
"i "abric same it created demand for -- .. ;
33x SS 5.45 41.35 manner --
/ its Sealdsweet brand of fresh! grapefruit was done to the growing citrus
but crop
SS 5.65 42.35' their
) 34x and oranges"Next by the hot spell during: the first party.of .
I 35x SS 5.85 43.55 CORD distinctive and delightful season citrus crop, :Mr. Stewart May, throughout Southern California )

36x 'SS \ 6.10 \ 44.50 flavors to the natural fruit declares will be a heavy one. Of the extent of which will not b1 j,
SERVICE present conditions, he :
crop says apparent until' after the June drop.
30x5 SS I 6.10 I 48.75 oils of orange, lemons and Heavy rains during the past month It is also reported that some new, \

33x SS 6.55 I 50.30 limes. To these have been have put the groves in I' very good acreage will come into bearing. and-- t't
added cane sugar condition and they are showing vigorous that present condition. point to "'

: ( 1 I = citrus fruit U. S.certified growth. June bloom principally very heavy crop for next season. ,
.- juices,
i 35x ss I ss0 j 52.80 PHONE 123 grapefruit, is reported from many
; II I food color, fruit localities, the oranre in some section

i / 37x SS 7.25 i 55.55 NEAR DEPOT acid and carbonated water. fruit.showing a better bloom than grape SOLVED JHFPROBIEM[
t
:, 36x6 I SS I: 9.90 88.00 COCA-COLA BOTTLING "With considerable new acreage .
"I \\'aalmOttt distracted with stim.at
WORKS coming into bearing IIn.l with heavier o:
a
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trouble gns and colic attacks anddidn't
Kisnimmee, Florida uctnn; bv trees, it i i.
pro young nr'
: !know what to do. I had tied'everything
.. not at all improbable, if conditions I heard of. and the doc.tor' )
$4l r- aiIvI-
continue favorable that KcasonVcrop
next
;H MAKINSON HARDWARE CO. will be medicine did not help me. A
a heavy one.
'
l friend told me about hYI .. Wonderful
"There is to fear PS
no reason a gonercl !: 'I
.\ BLOW TO JUSTICE of Remedy, and it has solved* the
: over production citrus fiuit"
problem] us I can now eat anything
"
euv One of the enactments of the recent at any time.. A greatly increased production i and have no distrenft." It is a simple, nnIi..
v is a situation which the Florida
: legislature which escapiii general Citrus. Exchange has' anticipated harmless preparation that remove. I
;i - ------ notice, but which has become a the catarrh! mucus frmn the intei- ,II
since its
1 and it is
beginning fully
-. --- --. -- '- law and in. already in effect, requires to meet new marketing; emer-prepared tinril l tract and I allays the inflammation stnto

s' PHARMACY SCHOOL TO 'dustry. integrity, and a thorough ''to engage!: in the pharmacy of chemical that a trial judge charge the jury gencies. Large extensions hate been' which causes practically all storniach -
i prior to the arguments/ of counsel.> trouble liver and Intestinal ail-
.
I
pharmaceutical education. or medics! products. made in its sale orgsniaztion which }
OPEN IN UNIVERSITY I "Employers are looking for the 1 "The School of Pharmacy owes its h Hitherto, the charge of the judge to now covers every important marketing jments, including appendicitis. One I h7"ou
the has followed the
existence, to a great degree, to the : jury arguments center in the United States' and will convince or money refunded. 1
highest type of professional pharma- i 1I
I
of counsel and has been the "lastword" !JJ. Z. Roberson, and druggists I
Thorough Course In Pharmaceutical I cists today, those who are competent 'splendid efforts of the Florida State I Canada. The advertising effort for , everywhere I
Training Will Be Given At State I I prescriptionists or skilled analysts.! It Pharmaceutical Association and the I to the jury before its retirement increased consumption and proper distribution i tt nnn
the
consideration the '
University Beginning SeptemberA is needless to say the preparation for Florida State Board of Pharmacy. for of of Se.iMs\v fruit will bo :
i such work requires a college (educa Both J. J. Gerig, President of the for- case.The continued next year." CITRUS GROWERS WILL ATTEND
School of Pharmacy has been established I'tion. mer organization, and Dr. W. I). Tribune has no idea what inspired Florida's citrus movement thus far GROWERS .WEEK AT UNIVERSITY ),
I at the University of Florida Jones, President of the latter, have this change in the law or who this season has shown 'an increase of --
by the action of the State Board of "There is a distinct advantage in rendered excellent service to the introduced or sponsored it. The Tribune 10,234 cars over the previous season Tampa July 2-r -Citrus growers; ''
t Control and will be opened on Mon- studying pharmacy in a university, school. does know that it is a bad according to Mr. Stewart review.He from all parts of the state are plan- 1 1f

day, September 10th. The school where all the the students and of pharmacy the share I "The Florida State Pharmacuetical change' and that it will tend to defeat gives total shipments for this .sea fling to attend! the University of Florida's aito'
will be standard in every respect, and of advantages enjoy spirit Association has raised a substantial the ends ftf justice. durinir the month to bring satisfac- horticultural and agricultural
meet the demands of the people of a great educational establish- After the mass. tif testimony had and 'cars meeting at Gainesville 6 to t mLe
I sum of money to augment that ap- 18,641 grapefruit, a total of August
j ment, which increases the incentive to J
Florida and the State Pharmaceutical I themselves to meet the priated by the legislature; so that the been presented, after the lawyers on 43,257/ cnrs. Last year's shipments 11, inclusive, according/ to reports re ,
Association, and the Florida State prepare school of pharmacy will be thoroughly the opposing sides had twisted and pt July I, stood 18,093 mars orange" ceive at Tampa by the Florida Cit. I
| of the trend of ,
Board of for training requirements pharma- by turned and analyzed and arranged and in letter itRent ('a
Pharmacy cuetieal education. equipped the time school opens. 14,030 cars grapefruit a total of rus Exchange, answer to
young men in this important line of I "The expense for a Florida student emphasized and denounced and discussed 33,023 cars. Summarizing citrus; out. urging its members' to at.
work, according to President A. A.M1II'JIhee "The School of Pharmacy is an integral registered: : at the school 1 of pharmacy I I and distorted that testimonyto ,I market conditions the past month, his tend. A large part of the projrrsn 1id
a r s who says. "The primary object part of the College of Arts and will be kept at the minimum. No tuition support their respective contentions ! report further says: will be .devoted to citrus culture prob- >
7'Y of organizing a School of Pharmacy Sciences of the university and is governed will be charged Florida young then the jurors uild settle i "Due to heavy supplies of early lems. eonSOi
r w is to offer superior opportunities by the same general policy that' men and the total expenses, including back in their seats and from the summer fruits and berries and partly ,

a to those who wishto train them.* characterizes that institution.! The board, and lodging for a single school clear, cold and impartial eminence to the abnormal amount of ordinary .-...Navsi Branco'"WhobelongatoldeArmy ,
7 e selves thoroughly for the important method of work differs in no essential year, is estimated at $242.50.. Phar. the bench, hear "the law of the case." grades!: of grapefruit, appearing in of de
dutiea of the retail pharmacists, the from those adopted by the other; scientific macists and other interested citizens It was the final word to themfreeof the markets, the average prices for Lawd ?" shouted the color?d preacher, hgIn

4 1 t pharmaceutical chemist, or the professional departments. A large> amount I everywhere, are urged to acquaint the prejudice- bias, the passion late shipments have not gone to the A man in the back seat jumped up. rais
'! I or manufacturing'pbarma- of laboratory" instruction is one requirement young/ men with the possibilities) of or personal interest, the zeal for conviction high levels of previous seasons. Very and paid: "I does...

cist: since none of the natural securing pharmaceutical training at or acquittal, necessarily characterizing good fruit has not failed at anv time I I "To what branch of lie Army. do ryl
:y: ,, "The opportunities in pharmacy 'I sciences can be adequately taught !heir t own State' University at Guinesjville. ; the previous conduct of .side demand. It is probable that Flor- you belong or"
s t were never brighter than at the present 'I without considerable instruction in the : ) ." the trial. With this last impressionof I tory prices. The range for other "To le Baptist." tt
i ; time. With the universal I adoptionof laliorntory. and, whenever necessary, I ------ the majesty. and fairness and impartiality grades during the latter part of th- I "CJet out yo' d-m't, belong to de i ,i

higher standards of education and in the field. I I I A man who is reported i to have yet the unvarying certainty : month was from Jl.fiO to $:a! per hodelivered. ', Army ; )'0' belongs! to a general concerted movement on the I I "The School; of Pharmacy make: I,, found a button in his salad, with of the law. the jury retired witha The bulk] of grapefruit i. i' Judge. f" atc
part of colleges of pharmacy and state consistent endenvor to provide well of mind remarked "I higher conception of its duty and I'
I a j 1 I 1.rent presence : . now being: disposed" of in the l" a<('nirauction "
le boards of Pharmacy in .the United balanced course in pharmacy .'-hcmis- .i suppose- it dropped off while the salad responsibility, awl.-i '4 irer idea of markets; pith very little out t
States to increase their requirements, try and allied subjects that will fit '[ teas <]re"Mng.-" :St.; Augustine!: Kec- the issue to lie tiled than it had realized 'ime' record,' prices in eastern, I tj I
,' we observe an increasing number of students not only for the prescription : < r
men of ability who are devoting their counter and ,commercial pharmacy, bin -- -- __ __ __ _n'_ _ I iIS.it i- ue well\ into July. ; 'tJ n
r lives to the development of pharmacy. also for a great vnr+rty-f professional ) t'",, i is; TI.IX. rh.i.iiri'. .'. Th'jit'' j "Tlie orange ;market has 'be-n nf \ n
{ There is n great demand for properly positions in pharmaceutical chemistry 666 quickly relieves Consti-! I I will jr I i'ir' ,late:, '...fol'(' it gets' thelawyers fected liy simi'nr' conditions I iho'i*'i T,

b qualified pharmacists, and cor.. eRpond. i an well. The training in phar- pation Biliousness, Head. J!| Its li-t I; imp1 ,rssinii wl| !L. stock of /good quality has liroughl!: I l\! n'
opportunities are macy in this school is, moreover, rspecially the one given liy th" ;aiguments <"f brought .
sonIrecord prices in > .1
ness em riiti' I
( !
i r men, those having bus ability in- valuable to a person desiring I aches Colds and Lagrippe. j jO5CAW 'counsel. The "Inw of the case" will ",.- n'. Th (Olifnrnia ,i II.| ' Electric Pasta ." ntii'('
.1
be followed by the, twisting, turning
- - I moxeiiu-nt slowed 1 flown a bit durnu I ,
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i -- - - -- -- - - analyzing:{ nrrangmi',', emphasizing. the latter' part of June but wl'l' prnb I" ,enrolled tli. Tiextnrmlnator arat'ta.d' vii
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!
pa ; iAN j denouncing, discussing; and distortingof / ably incrcnse during July. The I t Mic AnU.Corkroanhei .
P \r.Y !OOtCtfrp' QKIe HOW I-I"-sou PiiO/ SUCH/ the attorneys. The; lawyers will have / rangyof and Watorbufit.Don't 'xli
prices for Florida is from I
HOME\ AJW.VAN oP C'J Boo6MT O5il. IMTKAATI; TC/4P( Of Mt. VAN/ the attorneys. The lawyers will have oranges waBtotlm' (tnrliiv to kill these pert am.f .
$4 tof.25; box delivered and .,
per < the I with powder liquidsor nor experimental r-
.tr S HOME //N HIS GIG CAR-VN'T i ur ECN i AS TO K'PECA5 ,N ( opportunity to draw the attention of movement is dwindling fast. preparation

f 1 SWEET 1 AT iPO'i : ? HiS ? If the jurors from the charge of the "There has been great difficulty Ready for Oeo-Better than Trap I

,.I court and) few jurors. by the time the through the entire .season in forecasting I', :3-0&. Lox are tt oz. bOX. 11.0 ionaoc
\ rm arguments are ended, will retain
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any the volume of California's 1023:?:! SOLDVLRYWHRE
HOME r
clear\ idea of what the court said orlidn't
r Estimates made
i crop. monthly from qU'
_ct A ,, fly ( say. the ('1'
r beginning of t the season show a
II It is a had plan. It will make the marked variance The June estimate delI
ikI' I > courts less efficient. It will make just i.f'i.
on oranges as compared with that of
verdicts more difficult to obtain in November shows of SUMMER EXCURSION FARES
: Oscar, Page Florida than they have been in the a gain nearly 7.
.
000 cars or about 22 percent while
1( i MUter Coue past and, God knows, they have the same comparison in lemons indicates FROM Ir

I i / / Qilk been too difficult and too infrequent.It a decrease of more than 1)00) lit'let.
tt will aid the KISSIMMEETickets
-' cause of a guilty defendant cars, about 10 percent."It .
and not assist the cause of is that .
reported some damage
j '} r an Innocent one. If the law was du.of.

: : + 0 o passed in the special Interest of any- on sale daily to: '

+ bfs r f' rill body or anything, it was in the special L po:
interest of criminal lawyers who NORFOLKS 49JQ"

Tf"rryGHki""m are effective before jurors. In the BALTIMORE:._=... 00-24

drama of a murder trial, it will push m f A universal custom PHILADELPHIA ._____ 66.70
I the judge aside into a minor role and
AUTOCASTta give' the leading counsel for the de- AttCT that benefits every- ATLANTIC. CITY ._. 68.02 inyes..

v fense the stellar bod NEW YORK ______.__. 69.8P th(

v Evidently, the full intent and ef- BOSTON ___U____-_n 82.44 eI

k WONDERFUL" L VslELU-ER- wAS RI--IN6 fect of this act was not realized by MRlYI Aids digestion, NIAGARA FALLS ____ 83.10 dell in
the
legislators who voted for its

AHEM! i DID Btrr 'TeL'- ALONG_N HIS AUTO uO E or the governor who signed passage it. cleanses the teeth, MONTREAL _n- 92.30 lea

IT BV Mir I HOW AO i 'STOPPED HIM -Tampa Tribune. S PORTLAND--ME.; .__.. 91.5J i AnNe
; WABITTA.P soothes the throat.VIRIGLEYS
( AUioSU6GE5/GN YQV 0.0 'T AMP( S6eSTEO METAtB BENTON HARBOR .. 73.25
a !' Su
1\ (
.. ME HOMV Bloodshot Eyes .PAUL _____.'______ 94.90

:. V U SENTml5 :Arc eared without pain In ODe day lit> ASHEViLLB_ .___h _n 38.20 I
t nt oNe Leonard!'*.Golden Eye: Lotion. No other HENDERSONVILLE suo< > Arlref
.li dysW M'( LrrfLE80Y eye: remedy: in the world a. eoolinc. Deal- .-
,\ .' I II ins and strengthening for weak a et. Insist SAN FRA CISC'o29: < ran
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h n t. C I strong- eyes: a good thing. PORTLAND, ORE. _._ 145.05 ]v ,
till
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S TANPfNGOAI HIS drvnists Guaranteed sell It.or money refunded. AH to.remember)) and many other East I jut,
A the
,HAN S'AHO -- SsaUdb' ern and-Western points.
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1 'FATtiLRR'S (NJDCTIE-- ),.DA' ": diAI'EFRUiT'1I6A1s1fL' + '"" :
BETTER IN SOME MARKETS .
I M I'ace"o Our Flag, i- (:Tamp Tribune) Cdr- $
iI A. Tribune reader write a rather Tampa July 2-With the exception
I! 'Indignant noUv-tp the editor- inquiring of Mew .ork,) practically all other

V. t why nothing; was printed in this auction markets are weak on both or.
paper regarding; "the observance of anffes and grapefruit, according to

Father Day last Sunday." Thi George,, A. Scott, general sales manager
reader"feels: that the ''Tampa' pros of the Florida Citrus Exchange, .
.particularly the Tribune has been in hi. weekly' citrus review.
1
remlsi In its duty In neglecting to "Grapefruit showed a slightly bet-

clay proper tribute to "Father" on his ter strength in several western auctions -
day," after all that was said and the latter part of the week," says

done to pay tribute to "Mother"- the report, "but the improvement
her' day, last month. "Although was not very material. Florida '
II Father is entitled to< at least apart shipments were somewhat lighten :
of the honors showered upon Mother, The'qllality, of fruit going forwardwas YOLKSHWHItESEGGS

the day passed in Tampa without any; about the same i aa .that of the 11. ,

effort' at observation or recognition previous week."Orangea ,
or even a mention in our newspapers are a-enerany'lower except -
," writes this reader, adding, "Per..; at New York. This market is For'' every egg yolk In "a 'hcns body>

haps you editors- are so stupid that bringing very good prices on quality!! ,'
she
you overlooked 4ha date entirely." stock, and is showing more activityand must have enough white to complete -

a' _vDear reader, calm* vyourself. The strength than it has for sometime and lay an egg. If her fc- 4iACks'ltlaterial

Tribune-wa Of the so-called! fully Advised"Father's the Day.date" ,' .for1 whites she ,absorbs 'the excess yolks and "

Va omission of any publicity was inten- ..( AND getS too fat to lay "Boarders" :don't'even pay

tional. Not. that. we are opposed Governor Allen "of Kansas for the feed I
giving Father due credit or that we said 'at I they eat. _
disparage discount him in way; a Topeka picnic: -
or
any
"I have often noticed that the people ,

-but where because and how.we this happened particular to"Fath-know who do all the carping and critiz- Purina Makes Hens Pay 4PURINA'
lag and trouble-making-the Lenins
t'r'1I Day" orig-inat ed.Designation "
'
r and Tfotzskys of our land-are people ,
of last Sunday aFather's
Day" was made by the As- who do very little work. In short, Purina Hen Chow and Chicken full

sociated Men's 'Neckwear Industries; loafers"A mule,* both," the rich governor and poor.added-."a Chowder, fed together, make NEl UlU1 I
Inc. of New York. It schemeto '
was a
1 boost, the sale of neckties. The mule can't pull while'he's kicking and more eggs because they contain w w;p sew
can't kick while he>, pulling." .
.? first information we had of the day; .plenty..of both white

a.w.. 5 n'a was a card on a necktie display in a and yolk clcr.:1 nts.
,
local! store, reading: "Fatft r's. Day. 44444 'a6'T44'44406445"t-
R
June 17. Buy Dad A Tie." I- They will get<
The country waafloodedwith simi I* BONNIE BELLE BEAUTY SIIOP(. for you or your money

J aMI ler cards, posters! and streamers. It 0- !Mrs. W. S. Graham ,> paid for the Chows will be PURINA A
a wa an'attempt to" commercialize a 00 A r"
NShown o Perfect Satisfaction Quarantevd.HAIR <- refunded. Start feeding [ '
sentiment. Its sole was to \
purpose WORK
A SPECIALTY h
-. -- sell ties. And the intelligent public : now.FLORIDA. NIOW"
f- ( didn't "fall for it." 4' Phone 235 105 Park Ave *

above U the borne of net: ROM Arc* street" Philadelphia One of the moat interesting com- 00 4 J ,
.whore 14/\ year ago Jane 14. the,flag of on the United State was de- ments on the Father-Necktie com- OO.OO .OOOOo 1I1I IJ"\JlI'\IUI"'LJ"" \ '\ "III' 'lr'l 'I\I"'t'Ij." ' IJ'1I6i' l a fir. i irtllq' ll'1illFw '

.algnM. Thousands gathered there two weeks ago to pay tribute U> bination comes from the Jacksonville 1. F. KKIBBS W. J. STEED l l \ pl

fitting errlcea __ Journal, which properly expresses the ar
sentiment of the press on the subject: KRIBBS &: STEED
.....
---- --
of
"The real friends of the daddies
Atte rawr. sad ;..._ .. at Law
DRASTIC BOOZE LAWS this country came to his rescue and K"' ..._, KI.rMaO

''AMERICAN LEGION I knocked into smitherines "Father's Mre. >l ......... .a all State ..*
t NOTES ARE NOW IN EFFECT Day" as sponsored by the AssociatedMen's Vmltr State* ..rt.. FEED STORES:

<. Neckwear Industries, Inc., of ,

Graves of American World War Mendatorv Jail Sentences Provided New York, which was scheduled TAT JOHNSTON G. P. GARRETT
Hdc..J in Europe are never to be forKrotten For Violators of Liquor Laws And throughout the country for last Sun- r
because of efforts of the Driving Car When Intoxicated day. This association (mind you, not JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW

American" Legion in raising a fund to the sons and daughters) proclaimed 306 'BroadwayTELEPHONE ,:

provide annual decoration in perpetuity I Several new iawe of the legislature last Sunday as Father' Day and lit- ; r I
erally flooded the country with posters Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank \
for these The became affective July 1. Among them
overseas Graves Endowment Fund, I I are two drastic prohibition acts, the Data stere and streamers to Building. US 'yotrk'NEE: 'S.J a

Sponsored by the legion, has nowBroached first providing for mandatory jail "Buv Tie""The all. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

1110,999.99, according to reBjx sentences for violation of the liquor scheme didn't go over at / L. ''Il
>rts of National Treasurer RobertR laws and the second We have to admit the business enter I
,
providing penalties prise of these gentlemen; while we Milton Pteds-er Kllla F. Davie | Call Up No. 218 y
Tyndall of the organization. I for persons who drive automobiles -
r their
)triliutions still mount. ComBjiktion I while under the influence of 11- gasp at the very crassness of PLEDGER & DAVIS
of campaigns. in the many ouor. The state's new law covering attempt to commercialize what if it (TWOQN.EIGilT i"
is be observed should be a day of ) ,
to I
mates" and countries cause the totalto the issuance of search and seizure ATTORNEYB-AT-LA . .. . I
.
increase daily Fourteen legion de- ..warrant.' also heroines effective. devotion."Mothn's love State Bank Building ,
,-tirents.' six is foreign" countries 1 High spots of this art provide that' Day came of a deep ,
,
ha e passed the quota set. The first '''a search warrant must not be issued as the expression of a growing consciousness _.'. ..
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MUithrrn state to report a fund in ex- for any home used "exclusively as that mother is our best I
c s of the amount net Is Misisissipp!, I'such"I for service in the night time friend; that she gives and gives and :

\\ ,sere a successful campaign hall been !!I except for stolen or embezzled property gives and takes her reward In givlnlr.Mother's OR. R. J. DENNING ',ti
I. npleted. ; that a search warrant must not Day in spoke the of world an awakenedmother of whLh DENTIST Gazette "Want Ads" Do; the Work

I 'innsylvania! loids all states in I I issue against the home for service at spirit des- .. ,
.mounts contributed.! Others of thet any time except upon sworn information was changing and shaping our Over the Postofflce. .
the throes or t rr ir.
I Ohio NeivIv"rk tinios. It came cut of OFFICE' HOURS: S to 11:10, 10 te I ---- -
ten leading states arc that it is being used to -
secrete '
... ",
Morrow and sacrifice in which we Residence Phone ri.l\ ; r
Illinois, Massachusetts, Iowa stolen or embezzled property, for
but 174Office .
Wisconsin, Indiana, Minnesota and gambling, or the manufacture kale found there was no place to turn Phone 13 8

California, in order named. Contribution of Intoxlt"atlnqnquon, and a further mother. has been commer-
still be made direct to na- forcible "Mother's Day
may provision prohibits the en-
cialized. But at least it had its beginning -
BtMinnl headquarters of the American 'trance into a home under any circumstances ,
iLegion! in Indianapolis. I at night. Ifa desire to truly honor p, A VANS AGNEW'ATTORNEYATLAW ,art

Two other changes in the present her.But '
and
Canadians Assisting U. S. Et-aervlce procedure are that a copy of the this "Father's Day", born l
dad tie is farcea OFFICES
nursed to "buy a a I
Men search warrant, must be delivered to ,
cheap farce at' that, a burlesque Winter Pat c., Floridai ,
to be
the whose premises are .
Veterans of allied nations now re- person the words
arched in his absence, to on very I ENROLLS
some
or ;
Mding-in'Canada! are recelvlng'lIpedal his f
"Poor Dad! When "Day" comesit
consideration from the Department of occupant of the premises, while a.copy should tOt OOo
Is the irony of fate that it 400
soldiers' Civil Re-establishment. .U. must also be delivered to the accused be sponsored and heralded as the dayon <00 ,.-, <000 ii V :1

s. World War fighters, through this in his the case of a warrant calling. for. which to "buy a tie." There are < TURNERrMAt II$1 GRANITE 0 ::1Y
arrest. .
ugency, which cooperates'with the markets, legitimate markets for al <0eOAIPANY TAMPA 0 '
American Legion and. the U. S. VetHerans Heavy penalties' are. provided for merchandise'without creating-'a'cam'; -, .1'J :a...:::1 Y
Bureau, may benefit by' the pro- persons who.maliciously') give false Information ouflp.ge celebration to stimulate sale MONUMENTS I
Vlsiona of the law in their home coun- against a person, and f b
behind a smoke screen of sentiment 0- _____ 0- lp'
iry though they live in Canada. officers Who abuse their in authority exercising or If the thing keeps up we shall have a M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimmee 4p ,
If an American veteran in Canada are unnecessarily severe .
Sister's Day, "buy her a lip stick; 0-
Bs in need of medical service, the Do- it. Brother's Day, "buy him a hat;" .0.000..000000..0000.0000oooooooooooooootOOOOOfOOOO ,
for
The mandatory jail sentence
ninion Director of Medical Service him liniment
Day, "buy a -
liquor law violators calls for a fine Grandpa's
rill afford this treatment. Compensation hima
Congressman's Day, "buy
of not less than $25 or more than ; '
claims lowered, are handled diBhrct "
the bureau.An $500 and imprisonment of not less vacuum cleaner. | TILLER
through veterans than 30 days nor more than six And we might add the suggestion: ; M. $

automobile caravan to the months for the first violation. For the Newspaper Man's Day, "buy him a I Real Estate AgencyFIRE a

American Legion national conventionn second offense a fine of not less than sandwich. i i i ioOo. Why waste anymore; time longing for-the-

San Francisco is being formed by $100 nor more than $5,000 is provided "What's he name of dig infant" ,. LIFE, AND ACCIDENT pleasure$ you. can!'get'iputoof;(la' li'Prd'* Car? i iII ii ..
American Legion members of Kansas.t together with imprisonment in the demanded the colored parson who was INSURANCE '. 0- II
is the plan to have the cars con- state penitentiary, not to exceed three, officiating at the christening of Man- INDEMNITY BONDS *. 'Start ribvsta'cllakc the Touring;Car'or any'other f fI

Brrpgated at four points in the stateKnd years. dy's latest offspring. "Her name am 4 4 : Jtype'you'm ylectryoui!"'own...*. ....."> '
from there proceed to a central The other measures, aimed at Opium Bryant," was the firm reply. OOOOO.090.00'0ootoO -1- I t i iI
where the would 'drunken motor vehicle drivers, ,
Bruiting place party provides "Opium ain'tno
The protested:
Kform for the \ong journey. Manv letion a fine of not lens than $100 and fit parson name for a gal, !" "Well it fits I Soon you will have it to drive anywhere tli

men who do not own automobiles not more than $250 and revocation of said want to -camping-visiting-picnicking -
dis gal, Mandy, "forcy say S.B.AULTMANREAL: you go
li '1 .
will combine resources' and buy an in- the car's license for six months if no from wild .
an- "
comes POpPy. work.Unser'.thc
opium -or to ;
B<'\pennive car that can be Bold at a damage is done or no one receives dia chile's poppy shore am wild." your .
muU sacrifice when the party returns personal injuries. In the latter cnr.e I, Y

i term the .convention. a maximum find of $500 is provided, :r te ms of the Ford Weekly Pur1 :.

I :Nebraska and Iowa American Legion together of with from a three compulsory to! six jail months.sentence :ESTATE ohase Plan ydu! !; can enrol} fo! as little as $5. r I

members have: proposed that piessIrpsocintionH Should any one be killed, the driver i'l .
!! ! and neW pllpm'R hro- would be subject to manslaughter. and : We will deposit in local '' :
payments a
your
[quested to omit the words, "Grove:1 Thl're.is another whiskey measure
|( j it veland" in carrying news of CeriI ;- that became' effective July 1 providingthat ,i bank: at interest. You can add a little every II III

doll, the draft evader, and use only the burden" of proof of lawful kl l FIRE INSURANCE week. Soon the payments plus the interest, I II
I
hip i initials, "G. C." possession of liquor rests upon ther:05aeannl. I '
: -- I will maktathe? car yours. !
I M'r,hers of the metropolitan; policeIforce ---- - Ii'' I II
of New York Ctv; who rtiel ii: I 11 Darlington Avenue I I
11'Voil' ,l lV'nr' hn\e been oiinen'O' I ROBS CALOMELF II You will be surprised how little time it

|ited, by the unvti'injf! : of n bronze tiblpt. : I ,. really! takes: to get a Ford after you make 'the I

| A special ceremony was con- I Don'i it off Enroll today. Come
IdiKtcJ by the Cii-ne'-al Lnfnyetto postJof NAUSEA AND DANGERMedicinal start put

the American Legion! which 'is (")111- IIt T CITYNEATMARKET in and let us give you full particulars. j I -

ports! entirely of police. I -- I 1jJ1: do not sell
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Virtue- Retained and Improved :

I ''ieorgia continuos to lend nil other Dangerous and Sickening I V f younGoodycarTire.Ilnd I' / ,' '

|')l'-partments cf the American Legion QualiMcti Removed.! Perfected" Tablet forget you. I M. C. AUTREY, Dealer '1a
I in increase over membership for last Called "Calotabn. I .Lr
If the did, we'd lose a'I
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I of --
year, according to latest reports
I the legion's national treasurer. With I \\9 The ft Intent"de-naufeatr triumph! of calomel modern science tablet I the right to arve as Fresh Meat and I I; ,",,c These Banks are Depositories' for ,Js n i.
I* total of 8,573 members the OeorpiiI i \<11'\\ n to the drug* trails n ""Catntabs the authorized
I Department has percentage of l,!->0* r/ilonirl. the moat Kcticrally used of all '.< :iJ i
I with ]list Other medli-lni-ii thus enters upon a widerHold Goodyear Dealer.We VegetablesPhone
comparison year.
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of pOl'uIA'lIv.-purln. nod renned re' FORD WEEKLY PURCHASE
I}l'adingbtates, in relative order, are from those objectionable qualities are pledged to -
(Arizona, Idaho, Utah. South Carolina, Khlcll have heretofore limited Its Una. =
I New Jersey, New -York, Arkansas, In hl1loo..n.. constipation headnches sea that you get out 44 PLAN PAYMENTS 0 41 (
and Indigestion and In arcat
I South Dakota, and New Hampshire. variety of liver, atomach and kidney I of the GoodyearTires fl
trouble calomel was the mom uccemful -
I A bet made in the last days of the remedy, but lt> use wan often neglected you buy from Bank of Osceola
lArgonne, was paid off in Salem, Ore, on account of HI sickening qual- us every mile of the County f
Itle. Now It la the easiest and mod KISSIMMEE PLUMBING f
I when Walter II. Lilley. Sacramento -
a
recently pleaaant of medicine to take. One thousands builtinto '
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[ Calif., business man, former- Calotab at bedtime with a swallow of *! BHOF > 'f.t1' ,' 4. Merch1anS and'Farniers'Banf :o tl
|lv a sergeant in the 148th Oregon'Ar- water;that's all r No taste, no griping them at the factory. .
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White adjutant no nausea no aalta. A good :l
tiller,, called on George A. nl..ht'a.1..1' and the DlI1It mornlngr you A. c..I ...Sw.01 .-.,.,.... ,, ; t .4" i
general of Oregon and one of ar. feeling fln.. with a clean liver, a __ w ..fa ..d ,....ae.wdfa.w.r ,_ N 0 r I f I : 1 y
Ithe founders of the American Legion. purl(led system and a bin appetite.. ..llatwlt.t : .. 071'' ,
pleaae. No danajer.Calolaba C..d. ratfa sa. S..d ;;,= #
I Oregon gunners were firing on the you are aold' only In original, ....,.... Tr.."..." ..... NothingToo Small .
own of Mooasey when General White, ,..led paokajcea/price thlrty-flve cent fare ., r4.h ...ad..f ., '1 1
then a' lieutenant colonel/! told them for the large. family package ten c..d..s..t.. :=t .. r .
they would'be through fighting withfin cent for the email, trial .Ia.! Tourdrugflat LUPFER.A-PRA AU Work Guaranteed {\
U aothorlaed to refund ,the . : .. :AfAi -
ten days. Lile* doubted it anti theft price aa.a 'g .rant.. that you will b. I.
' wo wagered' the; best dinner In Oregon thoroughly dellchted with Calot&b ,' g-- -To..Be..SatlsfadOl'7jB .
.the ., should return home (Adv.) r : IY. 't'J
when ; I Pt! # ,ttii' !{( IM"i l# 1d1it ?
White the bet i, Nr
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,EIGHT; KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JULY % 1121, \$

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Ii i i' CITRUS 1\IEET"A't' SAINT ,
; SOCIETY'S REALM ] CLOUD NEXT TUESDAY

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;.a University Experts Will Conduct Important -
MRS. PUGH ENTERTAINS Meeting .In MornVng At MOTION PICTURE SUPREMETRAILING
t The Chamber of- CommerceCounty ,
FOR NURSES
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. :: STUDENT .
, The home of Mrs.. John Pugh on
) Agent Leo II.- Wilson announces -
1. Main street was the scene of a pretty another citrus field meet for "
:k party when she entertained a number Faint 'Cloud next Tuesday "morning. THE AFRICAN WILD r ANIMALS
""''t honor Misses
'P, of young people In of The.growers will meet at the Cham-
t Lizzie Mae Matherly and'"Municc .
9:30rof.
....' ber of Commerce at Ayres, ,
"Holioway, wfco leaving in few .. -
:7 wore a specialist of tbe university experiment
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'. .. days to enter for training the Orlando as nurses.GeneralHospital A one'of station the speakers at Gainesville and will, will discuss be ''I Most Unbelievable Picture Ever Shown in Kissimmee--See the,

"color scheme of pink and white was questions of vital importance- all
. carried out, by the use of a profusion '

if I!. the form of white feature of a roses phrophecy of entertainment and pink.made Ionian.by wn:each, and in! lie scheduled growers.This postponed matting-Is for on May account the 16,one which of which the had heavy was to WILD JUNGLE ANIMALS OF AFRICA CHARGE THE CAMERA

, girl .on the honorees and on each oth- rain ,
that
storm of days
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er. In these prophecies, sickness wai

'i a emphasized nurses would when be the used.need This of trained caused SHOW UP THE LIQUOR A Picture which took two years to make

:: a irreat deal of merriment. Delicious It is the belief of Bracy :Melton, .
'\ fruit punch and cake was dispensed' field agent for the prohibition forcesin
and the following .guests! were present South Texas, that the surest way
I : Misses Violet Sine, Alice Shafer, ,to enforce prohibition is to- show up
i. Clara: Johnson, Lillian Stewart Lou..:1',
I "e filthy conditions under which
;: ise Vernon, Elizabeth Fielding of "bootleg" liquor is made, the jYoisona CASINO THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY
'y; loughman, Winifred J Donning, Ethel|". "_'redients that go into it and
1; Allen, Gladys Griffin, Ettamay Suhl Its effect on a man's physical consti
I and Messrs. Byron Ames, Owen Frost, |,tution. He would show how "Scotch"
Morrow 1 la made by mixing creosote with the ..
, raw corn whiskey. He would have displevs JUNE 9 and 10
,
f I y Loughman, F. S. Ledbetter, Alex lur- made in prominent places in
: len, Lewis Donald ,
Campbell, McKay each city so that persons might nee
It. Emerson Squires, Henry' Bailey! Murray what sort of stuff they bought at
;' II I Overstreet, and Walter Gllffin.ENTER'tAINS booties' prices to put into their stomachs. Matimee at 4 p. m., Prices 20 and 35c Evening at 7:30
I "Such a disclosure would put
FOR COUSIN I
? i A crimp in the trade pretty quick,"
; the home of Mr. and Mrs J, 7.. : he said
"' I Jloberson on Msbbetta street, was the
s0 scene of a pretty party Friday afternoon ASKED FOR THE PROOF ---- -
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,( when their daughter Miss Geneva -
T 1'1,' entertained a .nunlb i'" of, young Signor Garlicko caused much merriment LEGION TO ENCOURAGE LAND BAPTIST FEDERATIONMET "ON AGAIN" IS THEBULKHEAD. DRAINAGE QUESTIONSIS
l 'J,i boys and gills in honor of her cousin, when he came forward one SETTLEMENT;,\; FOR VETERANSThe ELECTION A VITAL ISSUI j
I Y. Miss Nannie Mae Crawford, of Thom- night to apologize for the nonappearance - HERE LAST WEEK I
t '' asville, Georgia. A color scheme of of the great soprano Madame' American Legion will support (Continued on Page Eight) II I
:, pink and white was' carried out with Ella Vator, who was ill with a Revere: efforts of the government to disseminate Baptist Young Peoples Union Of same opinion regarding the advisability Continued from Pair. One)
a profusion of cut flowers arrangedhere cold. among veterans of the world Wvkiwa, Federation EntertainedAt of the issue being put up to the visible, looking toward an ultimate!
and there in the rooms. A great "Madam Vator tea; a leetle horse," war information concerning their KixHimmee Baptist Church voters. Commissioner Katz was not program which would solve seven!
many amusing games were enjoyed, he said. 1 rights to public lands, Lemuel l Bolles, present, having been called to Orlando problems. He prefaced his remsrb
after which delicious refreshments' of I Noticing a ripple of laughter among I legion national adjutant, has an The Wekiwa Federation of Baptist by the critical condition of Mrs. with the recognition of the fact tkst
'y sherbet and cake, in the white and the audience he repeated the state- :nounced. Young J'.eoplt's Union, composed of Edgar Katz, in the hospital in that drainage district. mean more tas& I
,. pink colors were served. Those enjoying ment that Mme. Vator was "a leetle I The ex-service men's organization Baptist young people's organizations city..When but balanced that admission It Wy
the hospitality of this hostess horse; leetle horse, had a leetle ', is' especially interested -in encouraging , of Orlando, Winter Park -Apopka the determination of the commissioners more important one, that they ala
'!: were Misses Virginia S( ,. colt. land settlement movements because. Clermont Winter Garden, Pinecastl v to call the election was mean increased valuations., and tfe
et. Waring. Catherine wring,' WU- Whereupon a jolly; OoCcupant' of'the' recent questionaire issued by Taft anti KlssimmO, held its' sandal imade plain Mr. Johnston said he'd prosperity the'cousty., Us. wot
;. helmina arson. Louise May, Frances gallery brought down the house by the l legion revealed that many posts in business meeting: and preassemblyrally fight it, that he believed he could ,on to develop the Idea that Osetol
:; Bailey, Evelyn Paulk, and Irene In. crying out: small towns and farming; communities here Tuesday afternoon and evening prevent the election and that he''county Is recognized as having aofli
gram: and Messrs. Donald Walker, "Well, then, trot her out-" have suffered from decrease in at the First church, two- would--take steps toward injunction. second to none In the state tor-cuytf.:
: Rudolph Walker, David Brunson, I membership occasioned by the depar- hundred delegates bung present. City Attorney Steed came in with a allied farming, citriculture, and allMI
) Howard Elam, Joe Tucker, Park THE CHAOS MAKERSA ture of legionaires from the country The meeting was called to order at compromise measure upon which everybody ;I cultural interests, but that
... Doughten, Maynard Paulk, Burton to the industrial centers in large CI- 3 o'clock by the president, L. C. Berry, agreed. He stated his position was merely scratching the surf>
.\ t Crawford and Marvin Tyner. doctor, an architect and a bolshevik ties. and such business as the election of IUI believing that the election is legal, I I!Iits possibilities, by lack of drainagt
j were discussing as to the priority Emphasis will be placed upon the I officers, setting the time two the next that it should be held that the people and that this lack ia holding Ud
SURPRISE PARTY of their occupations.The land settlement and home and farm place of meeting and arrangements should decide what they wanted done prosperity. He called attention to tftt
! 'qI' AT RADIO HOMEA doctor said: aid features of the adjusted compensation for the Baptist Assembly at DeLandin with the funds. At the same time fact that the Chambers of Commerw
: .' t t delightful surprise party was "When Adam's side was opened and bill which the veterans' organ- July, was carried out. the present fill had to be completed, of both Kissimmee and Saint Cloud
\ ': given to Miss Gladys Griffin on Tuesday a rib removed to make woman there ization will support in the next sessionof The following: officers were elected abo the filling' of the ditch between are convinced that the future of Oi.
, evening in honor of her birthday. was a surgical Operation-medicine Congress, Mr. Bolles .aid. for the ensuing year: President, L. the road and the railroad property, 'cools county lies in It. soil product
A crowd of boy and girls assembled was the oldest trade. Although! the conclusion of the C.: Berry Tichenor Union, Orlando; which the city had agreed to do. lie tiveness, and that both chambers ancarrying "
', -; The architect said: world war found the area of the pub- ,vice-president, Mrs. J. O. Lucius, suggested that the election be held on a real co-operative program
.. "Yes, but when the earth was made lic land greatly reduced, the government North Park Union, Orlando; first district an contemplated, but that it be set ata with the growers, which is for
ti! happened that Miss Griffin was away out of chaos, there was the building!: is opening: up hundreds of thou- vice president Miss lona Sheldon date: sufficiently far off to allow the the benefit of all. Every acre would
from home for a short time, but she process, the use of materials accord-I sands of acres in western states. Veterans Clermont; second district vice completion of this work, during which be increased in value by proper drain-
very soon returned, and found all her in e! to a plan. The, architect's will have preference in selectionof president Miss Eunice Belts," Winter Mr. Johnston and his followers might.age. Frequently a crop Is half in sat
friends awaiting her. Greetings were oldest"The the best land, according to the interior Park; fourth district vice president, have ample opportunity to determine .then comes high water and the farm.
exchanged and games wore played bolshevik smiled and said: I I department and will have S.L.Lupfer, Jr., Kissimmee; secretary, the cost of and its advisaInlitjv er's time, labor and expense has goer
during the evening. Those in tJ e'Nr- "But who supplied the chaos?"_ the right to deduct from.the legal.petied -, Miss Mabel Anunerman, Link Union- This solution. satisfied Mr.. ,(for nothing. That means ,that mack
ty were: Hisses Pearl Button, ,gist. Farm Life.A ol three years necessary to provea Orlando; treasurer Miss Les.sie! Bishop Johnston, and he said that If this ('[,curtailment In the business life of
Sutton Percie OliverLeah Henberr.. BUDDING homestead title.thel,time'he spent,lit' ;' Winter Park; lnteymediMw deader vere 'done, and the election set at a the citv.I .
I ii JeanetU;Griffin, jLucile;Griffin, and ROMANCE the service. Disabled former servicemen Miss Myrtle Carraway, Link Union date which would allow _sufficient I "Th'.ooner we master the prob
Lauretta Snodgrass, and Mrs. Lillian, There was hardly even standing who had prior to the? war made Orlando; junior leader, Miss Oma lime to mike the tests he desired that lems of drainage,** said Mr.,.WiUon
Deyoreo, and Messrs. J. C. Roberta,I room in the crowded tram, but a homestead entries, were permitted to Jacobs, Winter Garden; chorister, he would not oppose the election. *tie sooner will come county prosper'
Donald McKay, A. W. Matthews, young woman wedged' her way just make proof without further residence, Harold Link, Link Union Orlantfo. The election was therefore set for njr of a lasting nature." He recognl
Henry Bailey, HoUis Link,.Henry Col. inside the door. upon' showing'that they were physically It was decided by vote that the August' 11. after consultation with ed the many difficulties-In the wij
lies Bill HotUnger, Rector Harris, Each time the car made a sudden unable to return the land. Prefer- next meeting shall be held with the Sidney RiCherd. skipper of the and he suggested.some sort of artici
Jack Lnnnahan, and ,Walter Griffin. forward lurch she fell back, and three ence right of entry over all other citizens ; North Park Union, of North Park dredge and everything ia ell to the which would ultimately result In nt,
times she landed in the arms of a for ninety I to enter any Baptist church in Orlando the last good. Mr. Doughten and Mr. John- ting government action on the, KU-
DANCE 'FOR portly man 'who was standing on the public or Indian lams, to be openedor Thursday in July, when full reportsof eton made a date to get together and' simmee river. ., ''
i NEW ORLEANS VISITOR platform. The third time It,happened restored to entry in the future also the assembly at DeLand will be consider each other's points of view. 1 County Commissioner'' E. ,L. D. fk
,Honoring Min Ztnobia.Roy. Is he said quietly: *- Is afforded ,to veterans.POEM . given. They decided to go down to the lakefront erstreet did not take kindly to 'M
visiting her from.New Orleans,' Mr "Excuse'me; but hadnt you better I The banners for efficiency for.the and study the question together idea of carrying on drainage. project
',, Vernon Porter rave a dance to a stay ,here?" 'OF NATURE 4T post quarter .were awarded to the and find out just what was whet He contended that the people vt*
k number of her trienda. at her home T. ,. Clermont seniors, who hare had the Thus, disagreement was melted Into owned land Quantity would be opposed
.
,r, oniSproule I venue,on Tuesday even Timber Is the one best bet to make banner for the past/ear. and the. intermediate ,cooperation and the outlook Is that to it.". "I'd rive away ',.r7
ing;: A.color. scheme, of ,red,.white poor land pay,. a profit, It's slow but Jewels of Winter t .' i I whatever is best for .Kissimmee will foot of.land.I own in the county fce
and blue, was carried out'in the'dee-'' ,I sure. A' million little diamonds, *, The meeting adjourned at 5 o'clock, /be the result. fore 'I'd live in a'drainage 'district
orations, consisting of.'aa..,bunting I Twinkling: on the trees for supper, when a delicious spread Mr. Doughten called attention to Speaking for myself I'm not ready to
and.cut ftow.rsl and dancing was engaged lIe-1 don't Brainless Again And"all the little maidens said" was served on the church lawn. sn error in his letter to the Chamberof do anything for a drainage district:
in by those present. During a book or know whether'!I to give: & Jewel, if you please. When the meeting' convened at 7 Commerce no to the interest drawn Pat Johhste t.' attorney for tW
the--evening dellcf9u.fruit,punch,and you She-"I have a kl... hands o'clock: the installation of the newly by the bulkhead fund. The letter board of county commissioners, expressed
3 cakeIi"I I book., But while they held their outstretched elected officers took place, with. Dr. his t
r ) ,/ to* the A;atei that the city was only'getting opinion that it would be
guests ,.hose attending were:' Mis Baas; Mesdames Irene Funk and To J. A. Sutton pastor of the.'BaptUt. 2Vt percent from the money on de- d4.'good )tiring for the' commission*!*, \
sag EJizabtth Carter, Julia Ledbetter and Messrs. catch the diamonds gay: church of Kissimmee, defining" each i poatt. '' Mr. Steed 'stated thatthe.fig-' to pas a resolution' to the''effect that
Eunice Rivers. Madge\ Rivers. Jean- SchweikartMcClelland: ;Mann A million little sunbeams came. officer's duties, very impressively,and ure was a stenographic! error, made the future of Osceola county depend
etto.,. Squires, Eleanor. Rosen,, Beatrice Squires, Hammond, Seel, and Porter.Tyner, And stole them all awaExchange.. administering the oath of office. unintentionally, and that the rate on drainage, and that ultimate satisfactory
The federation meeting wan then should read 3V4" percent. drainage Is) contingent on the
turned over to the Kissimmee B. Y. Kissimmee river channel being
: P. U., with Miss Leah Herzberg, presiding The recent appeal of President straightened, and urging governmental
. 1 L. IUlilDUlIDUUllllllM llllllll lIIlIII lllllUlUlDlBII IllllHlllllllhlllOlIIllIIll II I ) which presented a splendid Harding for the release of the so- action in this last matter. "We bay*
nllmlllllllllllllllUDlIlIIlIlIIlIUlIiii program. Mrs. James Johnston ren- called political prisoners made by a got to have drainage in order to burl
dered on the piano, "Longing For number of prominent educators and up the county," said Mr. Johnston
Home" and "Song of The Brook." others has: been declared "distinctly "It would not only benefit the growers >
.1 This[ was followed by a reading by- unpatriotic" bv Lemuel Bones, nation of truck crops and citrus fruits.
j Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, entitled "Life'u al adjutant of the American Legion, but would be of great benefit to pas
s Canvass" (Guest). Misses Ruth JI n-; in a statement to the public. tures."
berg and Helen Chapman sang "I "These so-called political prisoners
== Know I Shall See Ilia Face," and sought in many ways to block the WARDEN APPOINTED
again Mrs. J. E. Lupfer delighted the government in the crisis of its inter UNDER ACREE LAW
audience, with a reading, Riley/s "Outto 'national reputation." said Mr. Bolles.
The Bank With A WORD TO INVESTORS II Old Aunt Mary's answering the "They attempted to turn aside our (Continued from Pair On.)
showed that increase the properties
encore with "My:: Grandma's Patchwork youths from the cause of the nation no on
Quilt. which was followed by when, it called for aid. They evaded had been made. The matter
II the >55 a vocal solo by Mrs. Paul Weaver of wartime laws and aimed to create adisregard was therefore passed by the comml
Jacksonville, who with clear rich of sioners with no action.J. .
a these laws by the eoun-
' Ability / contralto voice, rendered "Fear Ye try' soldiery. F. Bailey, of Saint Cloud, and B.
Not Oh Isreal" (Dudly Buck). At the "These men have received consider C. Miller appeared before the boardwith
andWillingnest end of this program, Mr. Berry, the ate treatment, according to old and requests for road work, which
n newly elected president, complimented new standards. Had thev been treated were referred to the commissioner
== federation-, on having a hundred aa they would have* by old world in whose districts the requested work
,. . === per cent representative present and despots or 't>y the so-called newe.tadvanced lies.A
i to Serve' WHEN any one tries to sell you an in- urged the full co-operation of each, theory of (rovernment-sov- letter was read from A. W. Kin-
I 'tom union in all of its work, and thanked let i am-they would have been lined ney. division engineer for the state
the Kissimmee organizations for their up and executed." road departmenregarding 1700
vestment-ask your Banker. Accept gracious hospitality. During the The American Legion at all national bricks which he was under the impret-.
DEPOSITS meetings an inspiring talk was made conventions has declared itself opposed don belonged to the state, and whichhe
INSURED by> Thomas G. Bird, president of the to the release! of those who attempted stated had been removed. Upon
no man's judgment on investments in "- federation of Epworth Leagues on to create wartime sedition. looking up the records in the case it:
>= the opportunities of young people to developed that these bricks were
e i5 work in the various church departments Pruning is the most effective meth- bought by the county In October
place of your banker's.If == and the great benefits to be od of controlling- withertip and mid- 1919. and the clerk was Instructed to
= so derived. Hummer is about the most desirable so inform Mr. Kinney.
r The contracted for
55 commissioners
time to prune for this trouble. Cut
Never drive your car out of nor enter out all limbs and twigs which show f new motorcycle for John BronsonJ"Ipeed ;
all invested. by this simple rule, few an alley, stable, garage, "gas" any sign of the disease. Then paint cop," to replace his old one
== station, parking yard or driveway, over with white lead or carbolineum which was nearly destroyed recently
except very slowly and giving warning to prevent decay. when it caught fire. The motor cyell
: would ever be divested of their wealth. oc especially if. a Sidewalk is to be agency allowed eighty-five dollars for
crossed. Fast WorkerMinister the old wreckage on a new machiaLThe
I
I county purchased the new ors
-"Poor woman! It is a
II I Daily production records went to a hard blow for you to be made a wid with the understanding that Mr.
new high mark Friday, May 4. when ow, still there is a comforter for Bronson will maintain the- up-keep.'
6,590 cars and trucks were assembled you." and pay for the gas and oil.
beating the record of 6,573 established WJdow-Snl( sniff)"What's his
'Bank of Osceola i Some of the money duo for Chu':
County on Tuesday BM>a MMBvHHBMtfaiiaiV, April 17.BMMB address! Ian Education is in this community,

Eight to twelve pounds of cleanedeggarweed Head o' the Class. Bill and build it that I. tailed dormitory for. *It Southern I'a needed College. W.'

', > seed sown in the cornfields Teacher-"Willie, define,puncture. 'i
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.f' *&! '; .. -. >r.'AVt C, early in June mean good graster WlJli."A'puncture Is a little holein ,.
J our..9. 'A'ft : .P M. ng for livestock! good hay, and a bet- a tire, usually found a crest distance Keep the hog: wallows dean tW
',', 'aoiL Try It. I from "! *"*,
\ : a-garagf or.l'epall"a"op. summer and' ''a const
prevent1
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.. "" ,,",' \, of cholera infection. .;
... . I } . e 1 'The national motorists association The Educational CoI .ctor..afover source. ,;
'ri 7 will.that billion gallons of. ;gasoline the Florida Conference- 'getting Mark*, the,pecan tree'e that .is'W"ed ,
niml be .wanted in '1923 at a i cost -at busy now; in the effort to raise the with dieback soas to be.able, "
200000000. 'This throuCb"lcnoJ'anN funds needed to build a dormitory recognise it in fall when pruning. off '

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