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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 13, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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'BIG' IMPETUS GIVEN; TO OSCEOLA' :COUNTY' '9'BANNON AT : APPOINTED >''I,:r BUSINESS' .'WOMEN TO KISSIMMEE. PACKING HOUSE 'PAID FOR ITS, ,

BUSINESS
.. COLLEGE. ,<'PUT, .ANOTHER OVER, .

TRUCKING BY LAST FRIDAYS'MEETING: I I', His Work" With Complicated_ . Books" Nect. -i--; Affair, ,To Eclipee- Their, New PRE-COOUNG SYSTEM AND SAVED '$15,000 1

/. Of OaceoU Growers Responsible Famous Purple Cat Cabaret And :
For. Appointment! As Instructor '",); Is To Beautify' HighwaysIt _, :

Facts Stated 'By ,Officials of' State IMark.elmrJureau\) l During. the-,war, ,a famous-- cartoon- you had a good time with the ,"Piano's: Pet"'Redeems A Bad Reputation And' Results ., ,

And Sanford Banker Point Out"'The Great ''Potential represented'dozen Mr. McAdoo's in Purple Cats or in other words if you In' .
Orders For Local Fruit
; as many places. holding down his various .. attended that cabaret you'll be glad Many Repeat / WhiIePack..

Prosperity Lyingjn Oscebla's Undeveloped' Land governmental jobs.. During the tO'Jcnow) that the Business and Pro ing House Works At Lowest Cost in Sub-Exchange

last year, Kissimmee-has had a aim, fessional Women's Club is planning ,

MASS MEETING OF BUSINESS MEN.'AND GROWERS DEMANDS ilar, man, of many parts, ,who-migh I to put over another mirth producing ASSOCIATION DOES NOT OWE A PENNY; AND HAS' THE MONEY*
LOOKING haw )been. similarly depicted, but in Joyfulistic happyoloday on August
ACTION, TOWARD'SECURING
"- --'- ADEQUATE.. DRAINAGE. lesser degree. This man'with the many .' third. If you don't know what that TO ADD NEW COLORING ROOMS AND OTIIER JMPROVEMENTS

"I have never been able to under.-dollars, are 1/ jobs was B. O'Bahn&n, secretary, means you haven't got anything on The the
members Kissimmee
about
you producing $743- of Cit.
the packinghouse to handle four
treasurer'director, billing clerk, manager rest of the folks. They won'ttell nra
Kissimmee and Osce ola
stand why 400.worth of farm and grove products' shipping clerk buyer sales % About all they will say it that rus' Growers Association were an elated of oranges a day and, six 'e of grape-
of the agent -
is not one besj producjng -
county per or an of crowd of
year average $2,700 per people on Tuesday morn fruit.
of strawberries .nd'tru'k! ice packer book keeper claim ad they are going to raise funds to do -
sections year This readily shows what your' juster advertising man, packinghouse the job of highwaybeautification ing when manager Harry Piano finished The, fame of the Kisslmm pre-
Rhodes president of the State Mar could make It a horticultural paradise. system,"which, has been dubbed "Fla
chief kickee of the Osceola Growers. timo ago, and, the people who so Europe and the local exchange is in
ketinir Bureau. addition to your excellent 'soils you Inc. cheerfully passed the job on to them no's Pet" became the pet of the receipt of a"letter from Denm.rk.wantinlr ,
"You have better land..that-wHave are in about the happiest latitude and The association will have crowd. For it showed results which information regarding it. -
an opportunity to dig down
at Sanford there is no reason why longitude in the world for producing.. It had growers been incorporated totake was new the in the old sock and decorate the mahogany were enough to cause not.' only the Thi* Kissimmee packinghouse patkad'
all
do
you should not that Sanfordi'ao "The farmer hasn't managed properly place of the old loofe! !, organize so they can decorate the loads. members pf the..a* oe>iation to be en : and pre-cooled Its fruit for Ttents.
done as a growing: section So'.' ," said Mr. Rhodes." In 1800, hPl growers co-operative association./ Jind That isn't just exactly the they-thused but the whole lty and county per box with.no additional,retain and
way
poke Forest M. Lake mayor of Sanford owned 90 percent of the wealth of the had inherited substantial debts there said it, but it means the same thing. as well. paid for.the year's plant and impro fo

and president of the Seminole country; in 1800 .he owned 50 percent from. With no funds on hand it It isn't going tq be a donation affair, In financial terms, the pre-coollng ments.; The other houses in tho r-x.-: .. *

County Bank. of Commerce and today he owns 25 'e'Cent. Farmers had to procure more than six thousand don't get the wrong impression"Aboutthat. plant not only paid for itself during change cost seventy and seventy-five
The Chamber was let 50 percent 0 produce dollars worth -of You're going to get mon- the'first year but it saved-the growers cents with an additional retain of ten
strawberry refrigerators your '
crowded Friday night at the mass rot in the field, yet everybody must to take- ey's worth and then If over $15,000 in lessened expense cents. The fruit averaged the
care of the first some.
meeting called by the chamber: to patronize farmer the undertaker. you for refrigeration and in fruit
or shocked saved grower twenty cents more per boxth.n
strawberry lIea oJt It had to were and thereby pleased at
stimulate the strawberry and trucking . contend -
The farmer U scientific in rais- with independent who the masked dancer and the chorus and from decay. The original I cost of it did last year.
industry of Osceola county. The ing his stuff but he is'rto good in selling would purchase the berries buyers and ail the eye curing at their the pre-coolinor plant was $0,800 the Most of the old directors were' re-
UIat two gentlemen quoted abovewere the it. Until he takes advantage of them parry last scenery net saving therefore, being something elected. The members recommended -
doings
by truck- with no of you're going to get some
principal speakers beani and no man 'or co-operative associations, and sticks enue to the association. source A rev- of the; same this time, only it will be over $8,000 plus the plant. to the directors that the director..
great many
woman who them could help by these associations in good times of the different. The two hundred cars shipped, would ate be increased from five to seven to
seeing the possibilities in Osceola and in bad. as all other industries do, /members': berry growers were not P4 re. Gardner have cost $16,000 under straight r-"- give representation to new 'sections
> | of the association and did George :Mrs. J. D.
county when the county begins to he will continue to lose. frigeration but ,
pro- under
I not feel 1 their the Woidbeck, and Mrs. F. C. Bryan the pre-cooling which had come in. The directors
to
enl responsibility
duce the volume of berries and vegetables "There is a remedy for the farmers' hay been appointed the system they cost less than $8,000. elected were: B. C. Miller. John S.
organization which
rb had made their Lady High
of which it i i. and does financial condition That the other
capable today. That rem- Executioners of the seven thousand dollars CadetCharles A. Garrett of Shingle
berry affair and
growing There they're
Jut things which will make this volumea edy lies in keeping the water off in possible. was was saved to the
insufficient room on the going to appoint their other commit growers by pre Creek W. E. "Frank, Narcoqsste,
$ year after year certainty. organizing and sticking with cooperative platform to handle the express tees. The gala day hasn't been named: vention of decay is shown by the fact F, W. Ames of Lake Wilson ,C. H.

"After studying your" county, continued organizations, and in federating There were a thousand and output.one yet but it will be as soon as it's old that in one packing house of the district ,Funk Milliard's Island and'S. w.'
s' Mr. Rhodes 1 cannot understand all the co-operative organizations in things to drive and enough. In the meantime write the $9 000 was lost in decay after 'Porter of Saint- Cloud. B.. C, Mil
a man distracted
why you haven't the best organization I' the: state. He cannot reach hi. ultimate there were a large number of date on your cuff and don't send that the holidays. The bulk. of the fruit ler was re-elected president, John 3,
eat of growers in the state. You the local Jbewhich from the Kissimmee housewas Cadel -
prosperity by organi- could have incumbents shirt to the laundry: packing vice'president, and C. H. Piano -
kept
" certainly have the soils. You have nations alone." shipped before the
bUlly in them if there had been fundsto The club met at the Chamber of holidays and secretary and manager*
QUI M5.840 acres, or 183 square miles you Mr. Rhodes th. n outlined what the Commerce and adjustments had to be made during I '
' fire larger than the state of Rhode State Marketing Bureau hits done r.r.d But employ the people to fill them. Saint John's were after served supper by the season on only three cars of those Uly Chapman is working in the -
IMi Island. Yet have only 6,300 such funds were lacking.Mr. Guild which they which had been Bank of.Osceola. .
you will.do for the grower. Last year the talked business initiated pre-cooled. This County. fiuiuiigthvacancy
acres in cultivation less than three bureau, he jaid toutd and solo! a O'Bannon had, for a year anj members. and decided two year many packing houses showed a made"by the' resignation ot
i< fourths of one percent! Government million dollars worth )f poultry und a half, given most of his time for many a They of them found not to buy. large percentage of decay In one of Mrs E. J. Meyer,'who-will-make. her
goat
months and all of as one a
show that have 274 farms his time for pasture home in Sanford.
reports you farm products per monh. They the best in the district the decay ran
31tti where the
some of the months make one capers near gate
to
the of which is $12,226. Witha working
average sold $500,000 worth of poultry and and as high as 30 percent.
the they to their
farm value of over three million eggs, and had only one complaint perhousand growers association a success, and are going save The local packinghouse led alt thepackina' '
re* he had received no pay for this, other monpy. Never mind they'll get it houses STATE VETERINARIANEXPLAINSJICK
sales. On cnmp'atnt in in Orange in
than the back before morning and you'll never county
reward
mlOs.. MAY BE POSSIBLE TO Five hundred sales was the tecnrd comes to every intanghng man who knows which he is knot they borrowed it. The two new prices received, up to the holidays,
with the truck crop. They*,>11 f-.r I helping At the members taken in at Tuesday's meetIng and most of its fruit was shipped pri-
a good cause. begin- '
1 ue- to that time. the ; LAW
the farmer everything from machinery ning of the strawberry season the directors : 'were Miss Marguerite Forten- or Up until holi ,
ann to seeds. Mr. Rhodes challenged bury and Mrs. J. R. Ribblett. days 'the Osceola county fruit averaged
> INSURE TRUCK CROPS his hearers to name a single thing the voted him a salary. It wasn't I thirty cents higher than the other '
for |la big one. It wasn't anywhere com- houses or Zone 13 la One Of Th'ose InWhich
the
,I'reau had not beoa asked to d)>. He tmensurate with WEEKS BUYS TEN ACRES Orange county sub-
uU I .u. admitted failure in howt'vrr I the job. In fact exchange It led them in ;
one thing AND WILL PROBABLY TILEA. grapefruit *
..inuU- Department Of Agriculture '|I when the auditor finished the books until the first of > Eradication Starts :
5 when he was asked to find a lius- last up April, a"II'it J" .
Thinks Insurance anJ( for an enormous negro women! month, he said he wouldn't take D. Weeks who came to Kissimee believed that it led for the '.nUre '* ,Aid| Includes 'OsceolaDr.
Crop the twice .
job for what Mr. O'Bannonhad
... .
Taunt lie said that the Bureau had i-ollerted a vear ago, farming last year season. Had the precoolinc'plant t.
Needed And Feasible I50.000 in bad debts for the farmers I.it drawn. But Mr. O'Bannon took with;J. E. Lupfer has purchased ten been in operation sooner when the -J. V. Knapp, state veterlnarian .,
aek In short the Bureau was there to do "until you can get somebody else"and acres opposite the M. M. Miller homeon Parson Brown oranges were shipped haa:
General crop Insurance is feasible anything and ever/thin* it could for it the job became the manifold one Vine street. He is clearing and- that variety would have netted fiftycents the recently enacted tick eradIcation:) 'VJ
and is urgently needed for the protection the farmer. He urged the growers was. Early morning found himgetting fencing the land and will tile it in a box more. l.w.qd correcting impressions' ; |

06n- of American agriculture the to stick together with the growers 88ociationijforl.JHnNviduayy the freezers ready the middle of he near future. He has not decided The output this year was the largest which he says were gained,' from

.fadaraV deprt- n.nt.of agricultuial, $,declares X:V... day found him getting berries off. whether.. he? can. tile this year or not. in the history of the Kissimmeeassociation. statements which, purported to':.fluote-: ;.,
r- lit fnfftrmatlon"ienf'obC for the helpless, but collectively\ you. are ''n. M night(Continued he was on'packingbrrloa Pace: Bight) -foe r* -> - "-, . .- th..total nnmh.i. nf-'M'W him.-. ,... ',: i4... -4'l'\ ."- -.-, :.-....

.! farmers of the county, and Florida's vincible." es shipped beir i.11ij9ofnwh1clJ The legislative) 'act'providing,for"

IJ. agricultural Commissioner W. A. Mc. Forest Lake of Sanford gave come I VACANCY FILLED INSEVENTHGRADE 50,000 were grapefruit, 60,000 oranges the tick eradication work In ,J'lorida' t
i Rae heartily endorses that view. Startling figures of what the develop- CHAMBER PROTESTS and the balance tangerines and set a.ide.n appropriation of one-'
0 t. In view of the progress made by insurance ment of the tracking" IndustrY'' had miscellaneous. The fruit averagedf. half a mill of the lute's taxes to' carry -' "

ifW in other fields it is 'hard to meant to Sanford and Seminole coun JOB o. b. packing house $2.50 for on the work. This amount' to.

believe that adequate crop insurance ty. He predicted just as great a fu REFRIGERATION BOOST seedling oranges $2.04 for grapefruit $214.500 all pf which mayor may.nor '
facilities will long remain undevel- tune for Kissimmee Saint Cloud and and $425for tangerines On account be used, depending 'upon the' work.
: ned according to the 'view of theW.lhinartoncfepartinent Osceola county.- Miss Augusta Winn' Accepts of insufficient capacity to color necessary to accomplish ,the Elimination
14i heads, who Today. I.idMr. Lake* the Sanford Wires Interstate Commerce all the fruit in November and December of the tick fro",-Florida'. cat 4
have been studying the question. celery fields are the most valuable Position Vacated By Mrs. ten or twelve cars were tie. Dr. Knapp mad no mention of

>? They are now preparing data for the celery fields in one body in the Unit. Commission Protesting Increased Cason's ResignationMiss shipped which were only forty to fifty ., the<:number of veterinarians necessary -

'nbe Senate committee which was ,ap ed States. When the community Freezer ChargeWith percent colored, and on these cars to carry-on' the work; ,neither- did;
pointed at the last session of congress started farming on a continuous scale which were rejected by the buyers on he discoss details of the clerical. force. ,
to investigate and report on the prac- Sanford was at a standstill .A number Augusta Winn, this week account of color, the local shippers necessary. He said: -
$ | ticability x>f extending the scope of of the business men said" Develop the largest producing season wired her acceptance of the position did not realize as high price from the According to the proviaions of
tl" crop insurance. This committee held a the surrounding country and thoiby of its history just ahead Kissimmee of teacher of the seventh grade in I auction markets as they otherwise Chapter 9201 (No. 83)), Acts of the
in does not take kindly to the proposed the Kissimmee schools which was offered would have done. I
.bi scries of hearings at Washington ci will take care of itself. They I Legislature of 1923. the territory
April, and will reconvene in December started farming. The first year of increase in refrigeration charges on her by the board of public instruction | The association this year, handled comprising the State of Florida is:
real effort, four hundred cars of eel-I perishables shipped! from Florida. The at its July meeting. The I fruit from 161 growers, and showed divided. into sixteen zones In which.
sa Billions of dollars are annually! in- ery were shipped and many saitl! I! Chamber of Commerce, which is backing position was made vacant by the resIgnation -I(considerable increase in membership.More the work of tick eradication is to betaken
\,'--stee! in farm crops. So great is the "You'll flood the markets!" But today ', the strawberry and trucking of Mrs. S. W. Canon who will than forty thousand boxes up progressively .tartlnvf in
>< rink in this investment that the far- thew ship 7000 ('a1's. and celery: game in the county to a greater extent ; go to Winter Park in September, 'came in via Lake Tohop kaliga. The the counties and parts of counties
i mers who make it have been called has made Sanford. They bonded the r than ever before, registered its where Mr. Cason will be city superintendent -I local fruit was marketed in 115 different comprising Zones Nos. 2 an-1 13; alsoin

it.h* !fumblers, the department declares in county to get hard roads to the farmer protest against the proposed increase, of schools. Miss Winn : mal keta, as far west as Den- the present working area of Gad-
discussing the insurance question, and The city business men did evcry- at its Wednesday meeting, and instructed I wired her acceptance from Paducah, I ver', Colorado and El Paso Texas, sden county and that part of Duval
,3ti officials is a term properly attractive. They went upon til's to the Interstate Commerce Com summer with her mother, Mrs. A. W. One of the most outstanding resultsof Saint Johns river. 'When tick eradication -

applied only to the taking of unnecessary principle enunciated years ago by mission. It included in the motion, Winn, and her sisters. the pre-cooling plant lies in the has been completed In the

>B.t risks, lust for the sake of taking Bryan when he Said "Destroy your a protest aleo against: the three strap Miss Winn is a Kissimmee girl. fact that Osceola county's fruit has cbove areas it will be undertaken in

a chance.' They point out that the arms, and grass will\ grow in the citrus proposal. The congressmen laving attended the Kissimmee I been redeemed from a bad reputation.It the adjacent or adjoining tone?, con
risks of agriculture are unavoidable, streets of the city." Developing the from this district were ordered to be schools and graduated from Osceola i has always had, not only in Florida tinuing in this manner until the whole '
It- and should be as readily insurable as farms has meant the development of notified by the same resolution. High School. She later, attendedthe but in the northern markets as well I state is tick-free. .
similar risks in other lines. the city's business. J. E. Lupfer, committee on resolu- Florida State College for Women I a bad reputation for carrying qualiI "The present dipping equipment of

"It is regarded as absurd that asrrl- "You have better soils here thanwe tions from the mass meeting of last at Tallahassee for two years Stetson ties. It has been necessary to sell in vats, pans, fences, etc., in Florid Is
(Continued on 1'ame Eight) have at Sanford. There is no Friday night, was asked for reporton I University a year, and finished last I nearby markets. The pre-cooling (Continued on Pave Eight '
reason why. you should not build your the outlook for drainage., During I February' at the University of Kentucky plant has not only changed that rep r&&nJtrtflJtnJtflJW.flnnJWr t0.JttUlJWMtWLfl \

LEGION DANCE WAS county and the cities of your county, his report, he took occasion to again at Lexington. Since then she utation,"but brought many repeat orders JUST WHAT CAN BE
Into one of the most properous sec- urge the chamber to get behind the has been teaching history and English I the first in the history of the
p-i POSTPONED A WEEKWill tions of the state. If you develop volume movement for additional platform and in a Kentucky high school, and returned association. After Manager PIano DONE IN KISSIMMEE }
or I and put up your products in a shed room at the express depot for to Lexington last month where I had finished his report, Manager
pack will have no troubleIn the coming strawberry season. At- she graduated with the class of '23. Hakes, of the Orange county Sub- M. D. Casler Makes A Telling Comparison .
you I
0B. Be Held Next Wednesday Night I proper selling it. I torneys W. J. Steed and Ellis Davis Miss Winn is a member of PI Beta Exchange said that last winter, just At The Conclusion Of '
At Graystone Hotel With Gardner urged that business i Phi. before he made of
B.rd "I do not know of a single failurein every man get his month's tour Forest Lake's Address
Orchestra Furnishing Music Sanford where the farmer has used behind this movement and keep the I northern markets, he checked up the

cbrk The first of the bi-weekly Leitron i the same business judgment he wouldin i I Express Company informed of the do the work was by some plan which reports from all\ the houses in the Ten years ago the banks in Sanford

dances which was to have been held commercial business, and yet, Sanford i'eil l necessity for the additional fac- would let the assesment for such sub-exchange and found that the KIs- had bank deposits of $548.000.00.Last .
at the take fertilizer than I ilities. The outlook is for at least work fall upon the lands benefited. simmee association ,wa the only one year their deposits were three
Graystone Wednesday, was soils more
postponed on account of a death in place in the United States. When''a fifty percent increase in strawberry City Attorney Steed affirmed thata upon which not a single complainthad and a half millions and this year they
the family of 'one of the legionnairesIt any develop your farming country 1'( production this year, and the availa- drainage district was the only proper been registered because of decay! will be four and a half millions. These

It.to will be held next Wednesday night. you city will prosper. Stay with ble space at the depot at this time is theory upon which to work. In Considering that Osceola county' figures were given by Forest Lake of
00I. Mrs. Gardner's five piece orchestrawill your strawberry and truck growing. I entirely inadequate. The' secretary der to form a drainage district, or-I fruit had borne the repution it has president of the Seminole Bank
another your of railroad will was instructed to see each of the business proposal must be endorsed by the. had with the thin skinsalthough fine Sanford in his address before the
furnish the music and Costs transportation :
and men and get them lined up in the owners of a majority of the acreage flavor, this alone, was an achieve- mass meeting of business men and
and
orderly enjoyable dance is promised.REV. other pull together pros- I
to co-operate. Be honest with each matter.In in the affected district. Before any ment. It meant not only bet growers last Friday night called by

A. M. CHISHOLM 'be gotten lower when we all continue the matter of drainage J. M. Willso district could be formed, it would be ter prices this year, but it had wipedout the Chamber of Commerce. The reasons
F, WILL PREACH HEREIn 'I Is i reported that he had found the recessary to have surveys made to determine I the old reputation and builded a for Sanford's progress he attributed -

I enty Dr. W. your.H. Dresch was at the meeting city manager not interested in drainage just what would be the best I new one par excellence. A govern to the fact that they had developed
toor the absence of Rev. Allen J. Miller I' enthused and asked Mr. Doughten who drainage routes. Ellis Davis pro- ment man who recently inspected the the farming section surrounding
and considerably as
who will be in Miami Sunday all was the and businessmen was present, to express his views! on tested against the city spending funds local pre-cooling plant said that it had the city. As the farmer progressed
Rev. A. M. Chisholm. of the First were growers Dr. Dresch was especially the matter. Before Mr. Doughten for temporary measures until definite cooler gas and was losing fewer stems 'the city prospered and business went' :

Christian church of Orlando will present.interested In drainage. After explained his position Commissioner I plans for an adequate system had than any other pre-cooling plant in forward. '
n. preach at the Christian church in Leo H. Wilson had Howard Katz asked to be heard on i been made. the state. M. D. C.sJer.! one of the most successful
11or Kissimmee next Sunday morning. Mr. County Agent minutes the need of the matter. lie told how the city The chamber passed resolutions When Manager Piano 'had finishedhis farmers around Kisslmmae
few on
Chisholm is well known in Kissim spoken a council last had H. of addressed the crowd briefly at the
drainage if the citv and county are year spent approximately -I commending CoUnty Agent Leo report on the accomplishments
mee, ns he was the pastor of the reach their possible prosperity Dr. $800 in cleaning out existing I Wilson for his stand in urging drainage .{he present year he made a few teeommendations. conclusion of Mr. Lake's address. "I
I.. church in this city for several years to said "The city sets a ditches, all of which were as bad now upon the county commissioners "' Needless to say, after have been farming here for ten years.: '
I.. before he' removed to Orlando nine example Dresch to :the farmer in the matterof poor as before. He was most strongly in and ordered that a committee be appointed the showing he had made this We have the soils and we can make

[r. years ago. The time has come for favor of getting proper drainage, but to go before the board of year the recommendations were the crops. Sanford's money did not
drainaire. and Osce; he did not see where the funds were county commissioners and request adopted. These involved the expenditure come from the tourists, it came out of
ATTORNEY WILL TILE the people of Kissimmee 1' to come from for the city to drain cer- them to employ a competent engineer of $5000 in construction of the .ground. Compare'.our bank de.
speaking,
do plain
HIS FIVE ACRE TRACTAttorney and ola county to where.some Drainage is a thin sections of the city with :public to make surveys and determine the more coloring rooms store rooms, posits now and ten years ago. .That'

W.T Steed will tile the get some for both city and county funds. He believed the drainage 'proper channels of drainage of the and dryer. The old dryer, n< reported : was the same ten years of which' Me.
1; ( which he. necessity. Is back. We should be done ar\d wanted to see an sections which should bedrained and obsolete. When he came here :Us Lake spoke.. It is an object lesson to, i
of it
five tract grew and lack holding we
to. acre upon :Tile for have We must do arrangement whereby the land directly the cost of doing so. capaeitywas 600 boxes a day. Ty all us. Let us every one put,our should"
must drainage.
strawberries last season.
and and benefited would bear the, brunt President Carson Farmer reported possible improvements it has been er to the wheel.'r ., *
the work Is alreadv on the'ground" the job co-operatively collectivelyand cf the expense.City .' 'upon'the meeting in Orlando called brought up to its limit of 1200 per Kissimmee Is progressing.'' ,Lastyear :

work will begin shortly. we can:have. .Mr the Lake same prosperous Outlined Manager Doughten took about by the Florida Development Board, day but this is Insufficient to handle Increased its bank deposits.Last' *
conditions
1tit flippant frivolous man may Sanford had,when" that has community the same position. He -stated his which was attended by himself ..ndSecret.ry the'< that '
ridicule others..may controvert them thorough interest and belief in the Burrows that a $50,000 unanimously voted the improvement, tive in the ten years."Ten year{: more .,

corn them L'but he'who has'any respectfor .H went.- Clay at'St&nfOTd..id trueklt1'Qwinl', he seriously.was im-' drizself' seen'tYto have ,renounced with the meeting and had: considerable experience'In. drain.' than half/.which should be expended ,when Manager Piano said: Gazette print the' above,.remarks of

the1 right' of thinking meanly, mensly pleased age:,projects, ..both.large: and small) for publicity purposes-.in,advertising ''*We-don't owe a dollar.," those: two, IU TV'with the suggestion'.

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r: / g. TWO KLSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JULY W, 1923 "


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. . . . . ..'.. ... .t. l>e."';. Of titiar*!**. Ads.l....rator NOTICE WOTICE1 la hereby TO BIDDER given by the DAIRY_POINTERS I ADVERTISING ''I'I
.r K eru<.r ..o _!! Real B 10(..e,' cwThr h : .
The
pointers vhelped" of
Summtr'f The
: In County Court Ostfeola, County. Board of Count Commissioners of Os- i/our following dair purple advertisingIs
Legal Advertisements State of Florida.In coda Count)'. Florida l that sealed bid. more dairyman to to tell .the name of the frt'

' i ftl tho Estate! of Annie Vera Tucl.r.lllnor.t will be the received 16th day up of to July ten A.o'clock D. 1H23.A. UcalonDJelSbr get established. They are by Prof. er", that he is a aeller, and to keep teU.
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.. .$ . .oo . . . . To, the Honoralilia: T. I* C."n.er. Judge 1on\\ office of the Clerk of the CircuitCourt John M. Scott, of the Florida Experiment ing themand; l8ond. to acquaint th.
t ,,eola County, at the station who says.that the time public with
s goods which
l"lorlda ,
the
I JVOTICK 0 f' ;,Jtl. 81'ICR'I I'.% I..::. . <>f ald Court; for sell
1'per-ICully Court House 1l & not far off when Florida will be the deals in has
In Wli'cim Court for. the SeventeenWiJudicial Your putltloper represent following In. er or. to- sell. In the cats
of tile describedHpvrlq
1. Olf ait ofthe I'Itat" of J-'loriaa that she I le'1.11'* M"riJian of tbi> Ida purposti] Road and )rldgo I3lsir-lct greatest dairy tate of the south. I of the former, the only real :'method
in and :or. the OOUTVtP of Onoeolii: Jn estate of Annlo Vi-r, .:flicker a minor, % foundation
is the
indlvid.ualcow of
The -
'S to-wlt? 1.. accomphshingfclts
- Chancery. <1. I'. KribliX, Complainant) of the County aik1 $\Stale-aforn-aald I11ndll. of Bands purpose, 1 keeDing'everhwtingly.at1 .
t v R. James M. l>epler, et al. Kespondents. That there 1 i. belonging; to ald C". fsc.odd.ipar(* ) 'Jlu.(' each of 4.hf,. 1 ; of the dairy. I ft.
of .
* Korecloiiurej'of ArortKafre. Kotlca tale certain) real <-_tate. II If ""1... lyfntfnnd ..eil nomination JGO) ( numl. 1. 2. The dairyis a' factory and, like There is a story of' the man, who. in

()( Mailer'.. 8aIe. Notice I I. hereby Rlvv being In said County,, described awloilowit. I-to Inculv. Interest at thU, BnczesBouREDUCED .. all) factories"tne! larger the production : what he termed the "dull season "
wi .. feltas
-, en by the underslKiied a* Rpeclal Master to-wt: .. / "al' \ ,
> lectlon 3B .-. : sIx I) vcr nnnurft'Intereft of each cow the lower though he could not afford
t heretofore appointed In said cHimo HE: of NKM of Tovljafl ( seml-annually'" I I j to advertise
to carry out tho tvrms of the llnul d
.heroin .iit.red on the' 26th U"y ut lying and being In Oaceola County -.1 Ill. mature and I..om. pliS'lhl. by keeping records- 'pro of the who a
. tht.rntofAti4tha1 FloridiLThat river a period of 80 years at (( Only ; story man never cut
June that pursuant to if S each ear for the first 20years ) the value of individualcows his dow
> duction
. decree I shall unleits payment a* your petitioner bellevea It tobo rnii- ( 1 after late and ) can on advertising, and consequently
( provided for In BAld flnal r.; (or the lost yeara boulntilnii ? experlenc0
, made prior to the Sale l>*y. offer for! lo sell .eiiid ..al eta.le. .ifnd that said. a. year 21 titter date. \ railroad and hotel 4. The feeding of scrub cows and seemingly
nab and lieU In front of. the Court conveyance be. made at pri'tate.Rle.. ) years Intl
t' The Hoard reserves tile rlsrht to reject - the "scrub" feeding good cows are business who
Hou-w d.tor KlKBlmmec, o-ceoln County Tlmt your rmtltlon-or d..slr to make cent men say sn
1 p I Klol'Ufl. on Annum 6th, ..%. l). 11123.j Buch aal. for the foHowInx purpoS'' Hand "n y and payable all bids.''to A the certified order' ..ht..1 TES> two of the most common mistakes in ''I'' that advertising does not''
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j Iietween the legal hours for "al<-. ton reasona to-wit : for l&ti" 1(of the Hoard of County Com- I \J dairying. pay.. There are men 'who do not advertise
bout hl 1d.rf.r faun KOI* the nid iducatlon I ofthe. "lnlrmll
and support
the hlKhcit <
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1' therefor the liitereiits of the respondents Bald Annl. Vera Tucker a mil..n.i nl""lo'H. OHCtula County. Florida 5. Save all heifer calves from the and say that they do just

aa the 'name existed oh tin- date Your* I'Mltioner tlirrelDn* pra> n thin niimf acffimpany. cr1 lld.'hl. . V belt prodlcncows in the herd to replace much business a though they :;

t vt the execution, of llulAiirtintlte' fan nil order may !... Rriintfdi l h" y'oui I honor the llth .r ] I 1.123J. t cows. then they turn right around and
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I Best Beaches ask
... "lt the 4th ...al the nald realeKtate I t\'Inl'I'I Bathing
closed In ald .au. 1< : authorizing a of
Clu'k of t ti" Ploss: t Coin d. Use a good sire Jest your herd why their competitors who do adve .
nnd ,
, flay of 111 n 1'''''. A. I. 1922. or n" Ihcnnfter -- for the imii'omaforeanld.. I \ Florida. ?
" acquired and the Intfi'estK of nil that ouch other and further, oidi-rfi. mn > MiiH"r.iner, OncefOa County. FIQrid! be daonied to failure. . tisc are doing more business thin

"IXTFOIII clulnilnu tin Interest, In Bald I I In. in.uli' In tin 'pri',nl".." H* ih.* ,natui'eof i Heal' I of County', Fl.trlda.CnninilMsloniTH) f 27-r 7. Get rid of unprofitable cows ; they do. The reacon seems perfectly)
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landa under aald n-l>oiidvittn. or any I thv c..8 CHAMBER'/COMMERCB
>'f them. since saId ilnle I In the following )I.IIY:0.:0.: : :.: risriTii ;; :' -
t t 1" tY
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: liicated In 4oIa > i: described property. "- STATK ())1' KLOKIMA I ) 'UTI
'i- j',- .Comity, Klorldu to-wlt : Csceoln] County. ) I IIU. on Applicationtute 8, Grow plentfy of feed. Feeding Just As Easy

i: I All of fractlonnl I ..tet! funs 12. 13. 23: Pi-rnonally a |piard. i befoM pie I'T' XOTICK. IK 11 11':1111'I N. Thn' J"klnjlaful from the sack takes the biggest Waiter ( hinting for a tip)
: "And'how
I II llollff Tax Cert par
"t and 24 of Township twintlx i2 lKnuth "1,0"n'd i Mary Ann, K'-riii' ilinii'tlliin Hubtlta jiurchnser .
of Ito ii go Twenty-nine' I < 29Kn > : of ltnle ...tn"." Vi-i.i, Tui ki r Itli ,nti' :.. !1"3. H2r* :927 and C21i. datedln I of the profits. did you find your steak sir ?"

I .t. ftlno fractional section IS and the 41 Minor, who belnj liv 11IIlIh H\\ . Every dairy of considerable size Diner: "Oh I just moved that

I went half; went half of southeast quar-' that' the mattiTH sit loitli In ih :ill.l d ,"1,1 c.-rtlltcuK- my ofUce midIIIIH of ThimiHH N. t'I"ll deceased. Litetor should have a silo. tie piece of and there it lt
It r nnil Lot ""0 (1) of HouthwHl tiuiirtfr fitri'KOlnu. : petition I I anIme., taI.. 11'1.llrat.,.. for tax deed. ii.lat. . f tHceolji '"" 10., Florida, t.. the unili'iHlmifd ,. potato wa.
,. section .. with law. i.i Clara li fl.ii-K., of .wild' 5. 10. Good milk cannot be produced in --- ----- -
of Northeast qur rtr of MAUY ANN: :: : 1 FHnTlC. I In :H''nr.I",. YouTLending ;
r Ineteen '' ) ; ofiiilfl townahlp' twen I Pworn t" ,, ",1 ""h.'lh.1' di'fl.r.' Ill" . ,I'llncnteH fmbrnee. I lie r.lI..wln" .disi tat.. "llil, fvn yearn f 10111. Hitdat>' unsanitary surroundings. What Think

; l I' ;ty-nix ( 2f1,1'( 'In range thirty l : ( 3o) IIM(. thin 24th I ,t The said BectloiiH mid ,iinrta thereof \T1I1.KKN: :: : V III: \ \1.1-. : : Cuunt'' > ' I il I 11.1lod. Jul> tin, ".'ton,! I 12)) V H 19:3: I
romprlalnx the nuhdlvlxloii I known nnKloalmmep Notarv Public State ..I' FlurldnISRM L.u'l4. ; ;: ,, -1\; ; .V. ('IIHOI'.1.11.* CI.AIi.V H.: ci.AHKKlHHiimn. \ : ; have the courage to change making a loan to a man Whose check

,t 1'arlt. according to thi'V'atthereof I.) :My ,roiiirilfmlun,. .xpf-en' >rtWill. II.I ." tn Klsslmmee.: h to 1.ritvi-.l .In I Tnxirtlftcate "*. 1.1'x.,', from faulty methods to better ones. I has just come back marked "N.S.F."

I\ on fIle In the (,lire" of the del I knf I"*24. I ' No. '1:1,: :nd 1"ts 27.: 2K and Ill -lhtu

the ('Ir'ulrourl of Hnl.l iiKccttln .j ____.:- ._ .,!ii. rnlii-.ice.l 'UiiN '.'1'11'1'1'I.' ; The Urute i The up.to-datl beekeeper
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'('ounty. and recorded< In Pint Hook ::0.:o. \OTIII; or ti'i'i.KIIIIN rll Sh'-Aw. let's kiss and make houses his bees in hollow lonrr
1 on pane 41. Rxceptliiu. ))\'r fr.i OKKII. t.;:i ,, wS. f ,.1'''..'vI I in Tax: ..rlh'.at.' .It JEEJ: up.Jit''o'r I
'" 1h, operation thlM <)< cri-e all the lot .. :NoTliIS: IIKUKI'.Y: : f.lVCV.: Th.ii. I! No 27 ,, ,, Lot. :7,1.' ..'."..,., l ( -- -. made up t-nough beard boxes., Li
of III' nil fi'M mid! C. ulllf rile t :No.: "' I ( illf heist I., C A
t l.lorkH. nnd' Inn In I IA' 'It I K !ii ". |I"I! "ft.i ot Tii'. '1. "I 1.0 Noll'i I. I h. I. "1 '. that '
onv.'yi .il It.'fiu, '. I tinexerutli'ii, of tinj'liirtKau. Hi N,, ":." il l'U.. 1 oi, V.Milii'N: '; I I II I ;Mi I I !. li !'I'"h.' "r "I T.'i: \ < '- ft I t tit-11 t s -
it.t .Lit. al l > i --> >>->-: c *'> H>->* > >4M> ><> >
.' fnr..rlofOl\ in I 11,1" Kiiil' Th, I .1 "ii.- \ 1 11, I l"L'l 1 |I' i ic ''I.I.! ,,1 l -.' 01. "II-I?I i . ii,1, 1.- I I. ,.,. .'..-,.l] nl lIt ";s.,' 1 I.." t..h) 'inil,..' 1 ti.',. .ilit"d. the 7th .1. \ -H
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G\ t'Hl-t-l. I'ltH :11101101..1 1 h.. "r 1.1. 110' ..ii ... lll.'il', ill .1.1, I.f ,.". IH'I' l I til'" lltf"I', .linn., \ l 4' I'lHii.' of Tax Ceiltn111.1 -
I .1 I. 1H III" i ( .if- a,0
,' In HitH ili t en f. I H HllllWl h tI I... t.t. i'.on, fot 01".1". : .. . .I 1'1,1 o.4 i s..m. .r : i. I.. .11! \ I'nl'. tu N'14:1.: Ms ". 1411. fluteI tli I
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: ll.it "f KiMHll'ilil., '.. I'.irlc. UKf ., , ,n.,\\ ,, .1 Ml a \\ I 'l,,1.\" .-.01" T ll! < t 'I\ i I"I, at I.1 I I t I.. ,I.', ni.l :' | '.Hi il.it of ,I."",. .A .1' 1W21. IIIIK Mini | TRAVELER'S HOTEL ;

: I I i.olH I. 2. :3 I :and] 4 .,t I 111:1 o, 't 1 .. III,',- t III, 11.-' ,'I'-, I\i'i\ |1"> .1 ,. I t tIII .' ' I' I I" I. .' 0, 1,1 "III is," ,..1.1 i rlltlcnti'H, .ti. mv fifflce anil. his i
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IxtH I. 2, :3 I itnd', 4 f.f 1 Itlf.i: I U -' T i 1'1.] i ," i , i i, 'i' 1 l.t's, I .Illlv. V I li I ma'l" .. | |,011 atfon "I'M tax fleet! tt> INH iin
1 > .11,1 i .1 ii ii- nil/' / 'oii'it" : i ? KOIIIIKIII.Y NIC1IY 1 > Xt
lot :a.11,2: niifl 111'i, of r.l.itk: I :: ,' t.-l:: I I.: I I .\ I'. I"TIEIT.: i act ... il.nif with I.i u. "Said lertltl-

I Lots i. :t. 4. ;. HIM! 1"r ii..l: 'Ic 4. L..tB 1 .i' il I I-:: ," 'k \ K: 1 I''. :" I", i k fit .It |. .,hi.,. "inlil.n. e I the foil"win.dem l .b l ,i' DINING ROOM NOW OPEN

I ...1" 1. 2. 3. 4. fi nnd II .if 1.1 I'loeii, :,,, '' ,mm, M 's ,h.-.Iio.l.u. -. ..r :N1of:- 't i : '. .,rNK' 1 :.'-'I| __f.ii._. _..,,1, Countv.' Klorltl.l.__ j I |"iliie jt\ Mltiatfl, III tine, "I.' Cuuilt.Kliotd.i .

, All of tlieliK. one Inn Hindi T : : : '. ..r. ;.VU: '4 ..r "S. ctloi,, TIAII-II, |Ii i iJ"i - H ,, 1.1' :: :
All of beIng one lot lilock] v. ; -*..utl... I K.iitiri-; .'li:i I KIJI: Mll'll, i : lit \ l'l'll1ION' KOIt T\\ :N": li''l; :h "'I( I I'I.MI' : Lot l.: IHock 1 1I :.f- ? REASONABLE RATES-,
I. I..ols 2. 3, 4. C.. H mid !II l .nf, I III.n I) U Th." ...Ij l.ind, I.. hilL, i*. ..i' .I'! 111:1:11.N"Tli'l : : I N, HH..I I to. 4C; 1.1' ii"No I
Lots 1.4;:,' 8. 4. !f.. ti, 7. '. !I'. I 1-. t.: .Lit.. of Ksnani <. nl I K.ilil< .MI :., .t. -: IS HKIir.ltV,: : C.IVKN.; : : Thai, i,4 of I.;: Lot 7. !:I..ck I AsXI ; J.o. 1C. .:UU''U'. ProprietorX
"' '' nnd 14 of Block 1 ; .. II i M I I IIIIHnl.I : ) , I l.a. r : T.iv '. J
I lie "."". ..' .1 i II I Mi I on.ild I th.// pin. ei-i I.. "rill.lloU IINO 5 PHONE 221 : : : : : K1SSIMMEE. FLORIDA '
Lots n. 4t. 7. S fli).! 10 ..r'111"-I, II > ,id! i i 1111'.11. .- still I I.. il. ,-. .1 I M.-al" No ]HISI.' : .In-.iil: the 'cih: flay; "I-j I ir.r.: ..i t i I'.iL'o: I .ust i I ii": it 2. .\ s -

Lots 1. 2. 7. S. in, II (Il1d.14..r ll: <>oK. lonllnu, I in 1 law I..i" ili i'l\ will i I I I II IIP," \ II. I'i21. hiss llliil I K.ill' ' ,. $5. i\\ to I. S I lul
, ," J2 : I thin 01. .S'I ih. I H'.th: .;.! .t| lull l \ It ial I < I in I Iii.f:Si. >* :tiiil l lial.* lila.le fl..I-1. VII.I I ot 'h I," .. I.. I III II U, S III I I the E..M'! WMX-:-->->->->*M>< > > ,
I Lots 3"%. I 5. ff I I1.] .. I, IP. IM23! : .1 I. < IVKK"' TIKIT.: : ..""" for., tax .1., fil tu iFMle in ( I nt I Intuit of f Thin ir i.i' IM >
Lots 1. 4. 5. fi. nut! fi' f.f I'.l I".,-k 14 : I '1.11, fln-ilM, I'olllt I 11', ', \\lth 1,1 "S."iii .'. i I Illli-ale I em- No I..! .,..r I I'JI. Lot '. i fail.. < lani 111 -

.; I. .). 1. 2 nnil 3 "l ]IIJ.c! 1.;% : :, 27-f.t 'DKI.ol.l '"u"I', Klo| Ml.I 'Jil.l.i'H ii. fullOWlim ill I Mel' tiled.11'1.' ', 1 a 11.1 '.. if S\V4 of N\V14; Ketllot I ;
/ Lots 121",1 1 fi of Illoek Hi.: islmk 1 I Hi.: I ti .''tl.I.-,] III 1.,1 I,. County.. 4 :::: TotxnHhip"\, IT, south! iaita.: 2i! KVHIss. 1 H.Mlul.D'. . HLMI:. M Vice I HIM MOMS, I..A. !OHRIOS.JR

':. Lots 1. 4. 7, :9. 14). 11. 12 anil 14 ..1 l i iPlock Mint i.: of \l"1'1,1t.-"I- t-; KOIt :T \ \ t-\l 1101'11'1 \ ?..,..] i I. r i K \\ ,ill.i sonNo Ir PreBldrnt S.C.

11 ; \ itr.ii: I IxiiTiii ., 1" oT I lfl.u: I, 11 "{ l.in.KaThe : I lls .1' I I'i''l I I I..I 2'l, i I'Mrklinliiens Best Fertilizer Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
':' Lots 4. 5. 8. !,. 12. IS: iinil I K. uf r.lo. K -S. : I is, iiiiir.Y! : IIVIN.; : : That I "...1 land ,I" Inu, .iBH.-fne.l Si ftion, ::. TO" IIMII |" -'(, ,Smith ItillMiJi SuppEe

18 : I.' \\ lslni.,1. |niiihai nl T." I'. i ilill- .liitf of iihu.itie,. .I' said, l cci filtrate InIII ;! I.IH: | .ss., ....-.1 to .1 .c I nibble.No Honest Good* Fair Prices Prompt Shipment
,', Lots 4. r.. II; 7. s li. in. 1)) 12. 1:1: all
111; of Block 19. ')10 V of. .line, A I H 1 11'' 2 1 1. I>: '. 1 Lots 2. 3, 4. fi.mil 7 o if I Illoik: ] -' i i 11 hilt .ili In in\, nfllc.niul. ,, I h., ,,, t.. la\\ 'liief'I: : \\ ill jMKiiethi'i'.iri I IJi i.'h's't ., Hs.-il to .1 C I liil.l.li'Till' "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING."
.; ". Lots 1. 8. 4. fi, r.. 7. nnd !II l of Hloi] I KI I If .1"pl.lt'ahi.'n' loi. lax 'he. .1. In ,-il.) .n"1 on I llie 1 1.tli.
f Lots 7 And in ..r Itlock 23. ( oiilaliie \\ tilt l.iw ,Snld , i t Itii\ .. t.-x J': :::: .1 ( IIVKISTHKKT: : ,]1.1's| | .. t I, '- '1''' lit ...It telt.fl'.atH E: 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jacksonville. Florida
Lot. 1. 4. f.. nnil 8 of Hl.icl; 24 : l "lei"k f'll'ftltt" c''nurt.27M .
\'II ,''llllil.'. I the fullowlnu. d'I Mrlll,1, )I"| op- I 1,11 naini ,tt- Hliotvh al.ove. LI t'i.> |IM.Ssali
S Ijfits 4 Itnd 5 of I'.lfirk: 21, I .' \.1 4 I , I I",, !...
i 0. Kltuatid in tsci-nl.i. "!JOI'\ l-'lur-. ,1. 'UI'Florl.1 : "I I Ifli at. N .h. l i.h .."I I .11-
'- L.ot 1. 2 nnd 3 t-f r.lorl\ l5 2,: -. - ,.
Id.i. towltLI.IK ," jsiii.z, h lo laxt, lax ile il i will hsnIaflIii. .
N Lots 2. S and 14 of 111.irk 27 .'4. :.9..1. I:'1. :S.; n.. ,..1.! l..n.dan.l. TI '.11":1 l 11'I \ Y CiiNCKIIV: : : Noll.5.'. I I ,. i.'on ,n ih. | ::. "..nU"U"I I t
Lota 1. 2. 3. 11. 13. 14. Ir.. I.:. 17. lv . h Ihllt Ih,' Illlll.'I'Hivli',, ftv. .. ,
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1 It. 20. 21. 22, 23. 2.4. 2;., Hll .>..r Hlo.-k Ill appl b 11" the llonoi.il.l.. C I '. I J. v
1 all except, the I S of SVi '. ,Sertliin :I'' I I 1"1 h fit.nil 1 I I Court .
C" according tn the 1'liit ff, tin- KillllivlKlon *- .In TowiiKhip 27 Soutli. is.inse' :;in. Kast: I ,ll\t' a .luillif, of Ihe .1 7th, .Itldlcllll, \1-1 i if , ] fount, I'lnIliii i ill rhC pSCX
.S. of the llotil I :Silo ,nf KI..Mlm- | The Bald land, l.iiiif:: .!::' : -'' ed nl :th"date .1 n't, of ile h, "'L. I.' "t Florida. I In, .mil I ; i": hill i I. l fIS.
nice Parlf ClKi-eoln Cnxinty.I riiirlila.I h.-- of thi' iHHii.iiioi-' s. t.l ii rtln. .. : i is .li '," "t'h.. JIM) \ InK n part of pi'ctlfiim IwflviH2l nndIhlrteen \ It l'il'l.: Ik., _" to man.if.iai .
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In tho nain. (.r lnKno\\n Tnt M. Snllli*. r,1 - - - -- -- [Licensed Funeral Director
I (1 3) of Township \\ evil y-..lx | ITnlean Haiil eel t It'.. .11 rt shall lie ideenied "i.' .-hai I "e nf anil. i.'ntrol loi" I I"'"'. i Storm and Chapel
S (16)) South i-nnee enty-nlne. I I2ll: ; a.i ,,1111". to ]1.1\\ tax dcid i'\III\ \ \ I IiBNUe t l\ ..iii,,I I If ..". :a '...',.,l.sh'r I in, e\it i i ( )\ IH1.10 I ): BOY SCOl'TSI '

:.' Kn< filed and reefirdffl nnifiii'" the public .\. I>. 1S2.1. J I. llVLHSTKKKT.; j : .0. thlK' 111'2'Ull, t,1..v'' "f. .In ne. ,< .
records of oiiccfilji t'OIll'lo..I.'n., In I I "lerk t'ircit I'ouriRKAL I 1H21! VXNIK: M.-tiltKW t ; : ,! -- - At.*nu. All F..,.".

plat book N... I nt pntre 41. I 1 .. > .li'HNSToN" : : : : CMillKTT I I I :
( ) ''''- Ia i uinit\ |' The HI22 Annual] rc'iinrt of the Boy ,
. ALSO: All of fractional. tiectlons 26. I I 27-5t ly! H H. liulliick, I I c'.,sns. I for, ,i. I tllion., i 25.hlu.l.I Scout AHKociation of, of Ki.imme. High Grade Air.bulance. Service at Gail
-' 38 and nil of ... ('tlon 2S. i-xcept, the 1'1"101"1 --------- -- -- --- England
east half of the Northca-t fiunvt.'r 1 I i Sir Robert founder orncr. 245 PHONR.S Itcaidenc.: 71
,
tilt F: Ill.!' M'l'l.IfTHIN (-'( i : or II'"TIU'.1: ; .hi'h Baden-Powell S.
thereof In Tn\vn-ilii| 2 of is (
1:11E : 11'11. I Scouting "hjii'f Scout ifives
Range t. emeptlnK tt.wver Vi'ti.'iIH I liiieliy Unit iiLidi'i
wi\-ii
from the oneratlon fit thin .t.-(,r." -e1 nil NOT1CH IS HKIlKflY fiUT.N. Tint .1 l I l.> xlVIII.I .if I M Illlal I ,1.., -iof I fori--;i I, the total number of Boy Scouts. h.- -- -
I the tracts lots and blocks of l.tmuild n 1KlIbliH pun ha***! of Tax Certificates ,.luhiire. .,nl", th" .lililui' of .It,. a- longing to A""fn'iiitiiii.s throughoutthe ,

-5- 5 and "oll"..)" 'd befor.thf e" '.-'' 110'' *if. N-s 4.. "u. J': .1. J.'iJ.2r.X: : 2.ri., ,HI. ", ,.M.illi, .I..l l'i",'.lt of Floi Ma. In, world the Ii.tur-
11
I :2f.fi.: .TV. 2H2: inifi! ; ilnl.'d' tb" dn"f regItl"cJIth
23. fith
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the mortirajre: forfi-lo-M-d In thlf HUH ti'd, I r.., f iHf.'til.i County. f 'r-iiiiriTV, 1
II
The 8..ld nertlons rend parts of sertl.in-i. Jlini-'A. /II 1M21.! .li.m lil..,1 l a i 1,1 .'itinrati'tt mi ipiil i Mill. ISiL''l. In a taos"ii national Aui-u-it.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ comprise the nu bIts 'iHlftn Known MM Mf- I in m> ..file.-. ,"..1 I IUIH, ma.ai 1'- ",.',"'", (iinfllriK'. 'ht-r.'ln 'Hto.(0"1'"' \V .: as 1,072JOO.: In the entire Urifsh BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY .
rool's Addition to KlKBlnim.'e I'.irK n- pliojulon I for t.ix ,1 1-, d t-i IHBU.; i in JifoifiTni' l-'ii\ \\at "'" ;,1allant I ii ,.d' ] .1 AMillii \' 'I I Dominion the world over there were
. "
cording t" the plat on flic I In the ..r''fie. I'I with law. "Sill t. 'III'nl'! iifliil'aee Jr., as .\ .. of i.Ii.-
II, nt the Clerk of t h. Circuit Court of .' II,.. followiiiK d.'".'s ibed prop-, tIt,- ..I JV.. -Mill. r. d.'I.( :11.,1',,2.J.5:2:) :
Osceola. County, Florida. nnd "recorded) itt.Hllu.itcd I In I fiaceol County. Kloi-, f if. Milli'i'. fiHi-ar 11., ... ala I KII,,. f8 ant 85,002 Wolf Clubs-younjj-cr boys
In Plat Hook No.1. at pmrt78.. Th" ', Ida 1.1-vi It.Certificate. Hull ItaHH. J. M. liuiicun. aH Ti uHte.- trainjnff for scoutiiiR--with 4,721))

S .. 5 braced tracts ..Iota.,n this and decree Mocks as shown of land by ..m'I' tilock 14. Assessed No. 248.to Unknown Lots 2, 2'.. in MUHB.li.L5kt'UItT, The. St. of I. t-Btute" ( of Hull leaders. In the United States on the WOOD., BRICK; STONE, .

aid plat are the following: Certificate No. 260. Lots ?,.U>., Pl J The WcC'ool's lands as shown on said I 16."R sod to C. 'H.)' lJar"'II'/-l.e: tt""i I i1.ntwr with 40,232 volunteer leaders '
. WN'o repofldefltn. L'. bellde N. F. BASS JACK BASS
KJ
plat except 1 heKlnnjnff nt the Snuthenitcornet : n..jll. No. Z5I1Lotrif3.SflBf/! ] >clf: fllipiilntcil In mild OH liavw, taken "
'
'
Home 80.000.nlemberN of, '
of'txit No. I, of >fcOoorftcAfldlVtlon 1o ".. ..He to IWm'AAMrC'uol.iffiffiWRtttt! harKi'ljfif.i.iHlKl nnlav b* \ counoilstroop .' 322 Royal( Street ", ; . 515 SprowU Avenue ,
S ..r i\to .,.Kluslmniee Parkin runl\ JhencKa .. 'Cei'tJIIcate. ,\Vu...' iSa.lmLot-ttdjaiJl farwjj th.Wr'ourt lwUlltor..r\ ,' KlNBlin"meo !. committees-: r; so !,forth. 'I .h.' s., -.. ...""wAt.1! ( (: .. "'N ,v1','( v,1"1} , .

tjllIj61. font P thence' Northerl/' I au.s .7.tJjl.\ssesa..d'1 I to'J1' t.' arl. :; Florida durliiK the legal huurn of Of course these numbtr have in.. ,

. fett; th..nN..t 56 feet: to thy :North- CertlHcato No. 253 Lot ISTlllo'oic i\le. on Auuuot the fith. 1923 to th" creased for both countries and
fast of said. I..o No. I. no.1 I. As-ieBKed to ..XTnknownf.rtlflc for
corner ,
,
tl'
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th..n..j 'iluh. "t ami In 't hi. -' for
.I' Mouth 1824 r. feet. to point of hi't Innlni< It ;No 2.rr. Lot :. I 1:1:!, ,, "I.' 1t'iiIII I ,hs. I) i....I Mti'I .1'in OKCOUMIN the world at Inrgi1 since then t t"f,

1/./. The Bal.l Il"'-('''ol III 11d" except MH nbov.belnir .- I 1 II. .\H.I. t.. Jo.-- Kl.i.'i 1.1 ..1 I , 'JI.1., I lila.,) t.I Ml ofM Boy Scouts of America, numlierini;; ;

the N.n-thwoHt iiuartir, fif tinNortneriit c. i .tlti., .it.. ..N.i .6; l.t 1 1:1.: ., e : ', ol, N'\\'i4. ,an., .I the 4 of M': '4ni I' somewhere around 'HOH.OOO() ( () ) scouti :. 'Ioffidal
ininrt" and< I Ii.* Kint hilfnf 2(1 I. ,.st .l tn \1< ".." iil ,
; r.I'.d, i : of sio1, MI f K..T',7.I .- -
T : ..I.tllI. all. :Ni: 2.r-; I t.,' I'* I :. 11JI. :0.1' lit
the Norlh
''' l quarter .f thi- :Xonli- pl''n1
'
'K.M S.nith. I C.tni.: .n
WeSt ijunrti-r of ,..,I" ....rtt.." 2-> : .<'I,22 \HS.HHftl III II 'j"l"[ i.i-:: '\ hl.:; ". :, : th":I | i.!: >,. :of :X\\: ':. ...imltin I Scouting hl" p ito\vn i Mo, the .'siv'shilltbt The real

S Lots 1. S, 4. <\. 7. t. !I. I". 11 U) U'i.is. f.'l'tltlf. nt.. .No.. 2Hi.'; : Lot I 1:1.: " "II' ,"r:1': : ; ', ;f ,,1. ".., l Is.i.IMIIIU ," : now hal an mtei national reasonfor
; I Iur.a.
: 14. 1.1, I in, 17. I'. is ami 2"" or r.iui'k) 2. .\"". ,,. .. ii I I'nl Is u.n, ii .., .
1 if! : I: ( v rtlrll..I.o.;.. 2fifi; I..HH I 1.' I2t. i : TounHii |"> 2.. 1..011,. ., '"'' 'III l I': a..1 or dealing hULlS foi 1111,1., isiatus' >n. ar.iti
,
; r. HI.; .,<'I, .. .\"", HS. fl I to I'liUnoun ..11.\ tin, aiiie ...]. foo\ '> .1 lo lii'' i this u.uu has ,/ ) Si.
:; Lots 1. 2. :3. 4. 5. and 7 of Illo.-U ::11. I .. ,1.1 i \\' Mllli-r I I II I i c..li..," ISi notft.Chi.f out
.A huts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. S. !f. ] ". II I liIS. Haid lots. i Ii Inu. III \K: iRviinin. i- "I'.uK\ r.. "" itli.; t, I I .I li' .I i <.. ,.. ''EXl'ull\: James I:. he Boy. Columbiasthey
14. 15. 16. 17. It. la 2n, 'mij Jl ,,fl.lotk i Till-I Hlllll 1.IllIs. ll" llIU .IHKCMNI ll I ..t I III)", "tl \1.1. buying
,, ;
rI 5 Mm :"II 11. 1 l'i |"I". .1 I I. I I I I ml 1 .1 Scouts if Am'-ricn t that all reKihtcn-,1 I
32.l.ota ilat. fit t I th) < IKHUII' ''''> of Hald i r itlMi'tiii.in ,1 .'
' | L'; I lh. I I'.i:"I 7. anil. .Mvitl.l.mlit i I I I I .
.I 1. 2. 3. 1. 6. ,:. 7 .mid s of Jslmk: the stifles ;IN Kho\\I III". .\ I. I'lil'ih.ihl -- I H 1.pl\ .1 \n.' 'I---I. 2-lh. I I''II rt.: i I" il.f.lMol'l"il Associations have; reported the adoption
I ::18: ; c. i till-all H dish b" . .i.'..m.,1 .ii- ': of t the left )hiulshake: as the of-
,
I IX l'.lfiK'L' :
I < l j I i. 5<|I' I'llx' III I .I last
Lots' 1. 2.3.4.6. (fl. 7. q 9.1",. 11. 12.S col-fllni; to l., \\ tax fit. tl. ill IHSIH- ," longer
i .
) i i.aue ::12 !! |iaui :"I! .mil 41.; I ifieial }hanilshaKe for enut The lefthandshake
j 13. 14. :15. 16. 17. 1 IS Ii'. 2.."'. 21. 22. 2.1. 1 Ilifi-ion nn tin iith ,1iv ..I( Ju\| v IiI "lawi-M s'.i!' .mil, ,, I 11,In, I tin-I oftW'"' ,1 tin-
idea i is with
*23. .7. I I. 11\ i .'I'.t fli-rK. I pojiulnr Hcout-i,
24 and 26 nf Mloclt 35 1 : .
: ..
of I laoiintv
1'10| I,1 l I. ol' I III" Ciiutl IHI
,, Circuit I '"1111. fiKcenli. CniitKloildii. ]. "I"llt for it adds touch of The devoted
Lots K fI :14'
largest
.. ; 1. 2. R. 4. nnd .if lllo < : I l-'l.i . all I I ..r xxhlili I, ,i--f- u raternalifnl. laboratory, to
I Lots 1. 2, 3. 4. S. r.. 7. .s. H. 1..". 11. 1 11'. .ISKAI." ) J II!> S II. Iull": ,'}lc. I It c I i l.-ii.. ... IM h"l'. ma". ". all "f Haul landKVlML' of niysticmm and, what i is perhaps

.. I 13 l 14. 15. I K.r., 17. IS. 1l.! 2" 2 I 1. 22. 2.: --'"- _ __h ___ __ ,. I l.s..i.I la; f'l.llllt.X., l-'lo i \III.I I I" eil 'of mote itutpoi tonic to the boy leaves dry cell research, expertent continuously -
24. 25 and< 2 of 111irk Sii.I ; .it oht, ...I' hatii'rI.KWIS
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II ,, I I Lots 17. IS, IH. 20,', 21. 2. I I IK.:II. I
37. I' SI,'. '"I M.ifter .Chmifi'ix Homi'.mt of friendly' ",','viae. The
The terms of mile to b.< cimh Tutu :NOTICK: 1 ,IS, HKIIKIiV: filVKN.; I :: : That I'l.ClxiKi; I : & I ) \ VIS.Solii'tloiH . : Boy Scouts of America: into line Columbia Hot Shot Columbia
... S th.' 29th day of JIII.\ I li l 11123 i :)1'i 'r... )Ian I li Itroiiuon .\.lml"l.trallx, lof :; Jor f 'fiintilaliiant :n-'t I f(1 or
5. JOHN; :S! c U >KL 1-"tlll..r, ....hn ,Ii I. 'Ijriinrioii) dffc.iReil.' n_ _ ___ ___ ( with other nation already, using the
Special' Muster In salfl CayH.-. | plir< h.iKcr ..f'i. ii ,. f'ci-t; lltf-ate NOH I."i2. 'OTItI Ol' .AI'ri.lC\-'M Foil TNf.llee X I left handshake. \\ ht'l the practice) was Igniters are "right" for your need.

\V. J. HTEKH.JOHNSTON ] 11.7.l : 15 >'>. a ml 14.: ilal.,1 the fltb ila\ fit, 1,1:1:1): made official bv the Executive Board

I & < ARBKTT. I ,'. A .1 11'21! Han Hied f>;iM r' r itlllentes : : IH Ili-reby Iv...,. That / T I That's why people have the
:' Counsel for- Complainant 2-1t! I In, ,, 0 very recently ; it has always been the
( ; nix n I"" 1..1.- 1",1-] | Kill-*. iHiri'liriH." of Tax Cei nllrat ;NoIT.
. catlfin ,lor t ,, .1..1.1 to l-mue In a" II I .". I'.iit.'il:. 111" r.ih flay of .Iiiiiv. \ I I. official scout handshake in England asking for Columbias.Columbia .

5, WOTICK? OK AIM-I.ICATUIM Foil T \: 1 ohm with ]law Said ffi'tltlfat'K, "in- ) "21 II.IM, 111.-.! nald certlflciite' , land some other Oiahitt i.,. In Americathe

I IIKICI) l brace ,II, follovtlnK, "l.'i'. .. 11,1 pmp.. I. :I"( :I'I'j",::, 1 /j"I; : :;\I I'::,, tloit.I fur tax I boys have a peculiar; scout grip Batteries for told
S Notice Is Hereby. Olv.-n That H A O. sllll.itfd In i isi I'.il.i ,lsIlts". FI'II., .. ili eil I I xxith t l.iw I! which with the and Dry al purposes are

Hunter purchaser of Tax f'. rtlllfateNos. t.-wl' "S.'llll, lfllitll.lt" I IMlll'at'f'H, till, 'lollf.K llIUnoi goes hlldhuke. by hardware and general electrical and auto
I I ir.2 1s.4 or \ E'. ..r. si! : of ,.,. it is believed, limit i this be ,
108. 64. f.Tt; 67. 6S. 6l.! 711. dat,'d tinlh . < i.'ai i I"1 .1 I | I 13 ffltnati'il h in. .1.. < ola II may made
I < day of Juiif .\. It. 1I21.!' has flleil, .ut 2. '.1 ..ts "Mhll' 2" !"llh., i aii'-if jvi I ',Its lit'1\ I I'loi, ,lii si liiwllN I I II a part of the left hamhake! by all supply shop, garages and implement dealer
, paid certlfl at. H In my ..rrl..e. "and IIIK EI..t. : 17. N '" 'if ': '. ..ti..'.1/.1I /... \\ i of M' I.. ','II.n *I. '1'.." MMhlpi countries.
J made application. for tax d..... to IMFUI,' I 4. T"/Hhlp 2'. "" sl Ii. H.. ,".. I hisstN. : 21 i; Sinilli, II.-iiiK", 2. J'a1 I I' HH lo'ulnnliiK -
I .. : :. 1'. I :, :NF: I-i., "r :NI'i4: roll :S at NI: loinir. run ,, to South I
In accordance with Ia w :Kaid c rtlft-I 1
atfrs embrace. th. ffillowlncdeKcilbfd I '' I ."',la. V. .. "I" :N: 7u ",. i.: :2""J. I"... hI i. '.. ..r KIIHI: ( I'llariH) North toNorth Mr. Blimp--"H'nwlhl'r., the handthat

... property' situated I In OBci-n-la <'nuiity. 1pi. : .i.i! ,'" \\. I'I"I ) .1. ". 22i. yb'I : : lliif' ,, I then. .if.. \\iHt lo. puliit, ofII lockn the ,cradle, rile. the world.
I I': 2I "I. I I" ". I I..is 5 'l '' .' I 2I -, UHIII"I IIIUTh"
Florida to-wit : '' 1" Don't'foiuret, that
r ;; No. 63. Lot 2 Hi ft Inn 14. I,.its 1. 2. i !"11h. I 1\l": 2'> KiiMt.:. No I'It' I :, ., l.iinT, In h ,,." lIsa.! HhoiJ it tin I, il.ll'' elal.
., 3. Section' 15. N... d5 N\V'4 Si-ctlon, 23 .it inl.. i is. linn. ..I' S; lii,.. ...I I I..I, J "-niilIll of IHMIIIIII'IOf, hi III,' I'l-l till.,',III.-' Iltia'ii" 111,' Mrs. Bimp--"Tlll you c'ime riurhtl ColUbiaDry
.
No. C* KV4 of A\\" '. of NK 4 and NS'II.: .I''a" of I I'M.i. .Miilliinil, I It! I; s ,.. ..r.11.l. iios, '". "I'tili'KH Half l in and while, I'mtil

ff KP; % f..tIF.; ;4 Sfclloi 27 Nn r.', Not Iliwt st.'i r ,1t i l lfini.; 111. ol \\ n 1 I-, i .'thil. all ..h., II i li" I ,'.l--i.l a".II' I "ed.-(;loud I Hardware.I

I Nit: ;,. of NI: % H.Ttlnn 2... nil of iil.ovlands ,- .h" !olll'.HII'I. . | ,tiuht' tt', 'lii l],, ti\: il"f, \11| |] IH.IIII, ,
.
brink': In Township 20 South. with .. ) Ut; .r \\ ,1\ tn s lln,, ,.f I.i th"l, !II I di.:; of .1 A I i. I I'i2't I "
Harry .Man fell: ineHionrcl, in mid-
Rznge 32' Fruit 2. thiiu' ..I"IIL Haul lln" .il I li. ? inS. I' .1 1. iVKItSTUKKT.flirk : -

S No. 70* N\V'4 oC1 \\" '. Hi, lion 1 filni.. 11 Tounxhip I .T. Smilli; I I.mi: ;. C.I"ol .It., h ocean the other day and was never

.. .. 2' KantIh. .;. .">l flr.ifol.1 t Kloi i,la.. "
: Township 31 South. ltan .. 32 :. "t. all "UI" I seen t'gflifl- S last
nf. above luntlH I".I"K nsneHAi'tl thedate 1 suit land: 1.-H1I-' :ass a.. il ii i tli),, -- - ---- they longer
4 of the Insuniice of Haiti r.'itlfi-at \ dale, of Nxii.n. ,"is... of KHliI rt llu. .iti-v li", '1'1 : OK \ 'I.t.'t' ... .'tli T\\: I Iaril"Was he drnwTI'o? '
.' n..in. ol.I Harry "Oh .,
J'VKMiWN ,
( at. In the np m.' ofV \V Onlwnv MleHS' K.11,1 ) : :1. no. course not.
., ,'1111"1" I". ,'. ,1..1) s. ,,,, Ih Vollie Is ll.i.l.v ht-i That JoI'utl'l i Sprained his ankle
No. 117. NWVi, of :NK: I<. K.-ctlon 27 In .hal . probably and
h I' . .
Township 3(1( tiouth BaiiKe :32 Foal. I in 11t" ,. The said 111I,1., I b. Inw: .tua..H..d at the i th.' ::" \ nf .' \ |II i via '12. dated: Iii Till il.ix of ""., .\ _
date of the Usuaii'-f I of Malfl cirllfl.catfs I I. I i \llHTII'JI i I II : I'l.'n" him III. s.ilil ..,.> IIMcatt. In Mi'
In the nanif, of I'nknuwri. l'nl.'HnKnld 'leik 1 s i i ,1 I I 'u'I i I' htt aliil, II.IM ra.nl. 1 IIII'IU| ( Ii," fur 1 Meetings on farms; wl1'" crops or

,. certltlcntiH. Hhnll I... reflfi-inrfl. nt'i i 2I-t' I IIHI'-.ll.l. I '1.11111, % I' ]'I .,1., .1. eil (lo 'ln- ll. in, ". i'oi ilalti. vltii, ; i live stock were, beinjr frrown under the I

I \ cording to law. tax flei'.l ulll "",' - -- ".t,I eei, till,' it i, ,. ., .,..." th.I, ffillottlnu I direction of the agricultural extension
I the ]lilt, day of July A. 1);. I \OTKIor 'l'I'I.I. vi iu > |'.u -r\\ il, m i Ilietl |irojitrt" > Hltu.it.'d I to demonstrate

.., J923.(6KAL! J.1VOTICH I. OVKHHTHKKT. I' ;:'I. .i IS. ....Ia; '""ot\ Florida to-wlt agent approvedmethods
Clerk Circuit <',>urtfisceiila - I''I 111 I iolljl 1 l t 4li.; Seinlnole 1..1.11', or other demonstrations in
S I'oil itt V. Klorlti.iBy I Noll.IH' llvlb\ U .'11. Tli.it Mai, \ I list-, KliiM'1,1' 5 1",1.0'111)' '" Sulifllx' ,IH'.OII! ofMl I farm practceViven; by (-).tmhon' .s".l'I.'

So IL HULLlH'lC. H C A L fd-ynulilH. pnr.'baHi'i', ..r T., fV.Illlinl. .'- I.' II Seftlon. 21. To nHhli| 26
( ) 27Stthrruon ' ,' No. st3It: flatetl. I the Mil d.i\ of. Soiil'i', .nl"\1; : .Knnt.The : \ I agent, Wr' attended by' over 88.500I ; '.:

'.' -- _ .J 1111... A. It 1:21..t H li'il ..,,, Id t.illtlnli I s-i,,10, InnI, b.-lnir /1..1 l at lie farmers in ) 1922 tcQrdinl to reports
< In in) nfh. unit Ito" made. application i iliiti of I the, iHKuancf of :, c. 1'11,1.' I ale I to the United of
FOIl FIVAI! n.M.II.U.1In for ..'1 Issue In accordance \In the ... Department
name of Unknown. Unle s snldcertificate i1I
the County Judge's Court of f >Hoi-oJa with law. Said ... rinbracvs shall I Agriculture. More than 470,000 farmers
be
County. Florida. In the A.atttir' of Ida .rtlll.ol. r..d..med H..I"nKt. attended
I Notice of the following I .I..rll.d r.rlppr. .. law, lax fleet will I..u. therei'ii on extension schools or ?
.. Vtann'decuued.For Ulscharire\ : Application 11. ..luII,1 In OHL-vulu eluII)'. Florida, the 231.1 day of July. A. I ) 1113!> shoit courses to learn new farming 1

Xotlee Is : J. 1. OVKHSTIIKKT.Clerk methods which the' agricultural col. 1'U1' 5t4W J
hereby given that the undersigned Lots t>7. fid. fifl and 6ft Block II. Ylnlt' ; !
[ ". Executor of the Lane IlisK and Itoop's Sub-division of Circuit Courl. leges and experiment station* have ii,.., 4ij.It
., 1..11 JS-5t Osceola County Florida.NOTK .-vJMftV4tf.7iJftv.i! : *'...v.v..ixii'fIJ'I .-..'
Will 'and Testament of Ida U Ptann.Clt'.4. 39 ! .1 Ztt5ZP3'L"P'
and 43. K. i.. I. Co's Hub-dlvlnU.u found profitable. The total number b
will spply to the HonorableT. of Hectlon, 11. Township 26 '
I. Comer. County Judge of Osceola KnnKft SO Bast. South. K TO. CR.nITOUi. of farmers attending extension meetings -
.
I. I ( of ... .
our th (
County. Florida on the 14th day of The .01. of all the is estimated '
I said land belnaassessed at the durml year I -Il
t'ona( Mat* .t ..
!, August. A. ,D. 1121 for an approval of date of the Fler. to
I of said ,
I.uane. In re' Kntate of Clark b Sp.4. P....
his flnal accounts and his discharge a. In the e"rln..ate 1.000.000. F" clip B4.dioa
F. )IU"r. I To nil ( .lee.. Ulxtrlbuieesand ,- - .. '.
'* urn Executor. said shall be .. ac- 'I'dlor.L laale. .1 extra cbsg.
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, I nf. e. 'a convincing argument in favor ARE YOU AN HONEST LAW alised that "_ \I
HISTORY OF GO-OPERATIVE w..YfIlrhtlnl' for Its.ex :
MARKETING I of the extension of the cooperative ABIDING, PATRIOTIC. !MANT istence during all of, that period' Paying fee Tiff H&e,:, *
-v movement among: American pro. T He knows that the Congress which '
Co-operative marketing U no their dUC 1"8. He narrates how the tobacco (Manufacturers .Record) passed 'the act of submitting the ,rote "Up to two':years ago my mone'al1, :,
record its; new give member.< & profitable ser growers of old Virginia, after eight '-"You laughat prohibition laws. 'Th! I was elected 'on ,a prohibition, basis went to- doctors and 'medicine for my
thing. History.hundred beginning' It dealers vice. Combines' and the established years of' night-riding, barn. burning, I libertine laughs at the marriage laws. II.with a thorough and complete cam- stomach trouble. I was 'constantly ,
nearly three said to have years'been ago .In' farm products vigorously: ,crop destroying:, and other unlawful I The anarchist'laulth.. at property paign for and against prohibition., filled with gas and no medicine helpedme
war then originated opposed and blocked'every effort. practices perpetrated in ,the'' of I laws. W\ that does lie
small of Swiss hope tctL out your sop knows that 46 out of 48 states permanently until I tried. a bottle:
by a who in group effort to dairy bet- Notwithstanding the many: failures raising: tobacco prices, flna.ly'). rg.n- Tiot laugh( S&Wl; laws;" I' hae retained the Prohibition Amend. of Mayr'a Wonderful.ReMedr: at that
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> /Lrmer8, for their cheese banded together ment in period, the co-operative move ized a substantial,i progressive:cooperative 'This is the way the Sioux Falls Ar- ment and he knows' that 36 states,had time' with excellent results. Now -I
prices America
survived. *
Profit
ter association, with a membership gusLeqder.statesthe case, and states prohibition before '
using in
chose the best the ,National Amed- am. my money paying: for a
and man ing the bitter
among: by experiences of their of nearly 250,000. He tells of the it. none too strong. When you laugh ment was adopted. home." It is a simple,' harmless prep.'
do their trading. Other Eu- first
them to, : ventures,'the farmers persisted marketing troubles ,of the cotton at the prohibition law or violate _that He knows that every constitutionalright aration that removes the catarrhal
followed
ropean farmers their lead; in organizing. They learned to em- grower, of how he has recently organized law?'you' are to'the' utmost extent of was protected in the adoption mucus from :the intestinal. and.
but all their early ventures were accompanied ploy the ablest men to manage'their and is now his influence and the'I
solving problems your power planting j:of thin Amendment. allays' the inflammation which causes
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small'success.
by It was : associations, recognizing/ -that, they through a co-operative selling assocU seed of immorality and of murder in 11 I Ithe I He knows that he has no "person- practically all'stomach' '''liver 'and intestinal -. '
many years later for, after more had Improved i themselves were not fitted to direct ation. 'Ho lists each of the forty- hearts of all people who are"in'''al liberty" to sell or to buy habit- ailments, including append,*
methods ffiis management I u selling: business. They learned to two states now nerved by co-operative any way whatever influenced by your forming drugs, and he 'ylelda'readily, citi*. One dose will convince'or money -*
been worked out in country, that I require contracts for membership so agencieu..: and tells of the organizationseach life. It is not a question as! to whether to the Government's order to protectthe refunded. J.. Z. Rtberson. and
the present successful co-operative .farmers could be held to their agreements has.Due believe in prohibition not, from
you or country tho sale of such druggists everywhere. t
movements in Switzerland, Denmark and they were won over to the credit is given Mr. Steen to the but whether you believe in law. drugs. '
Alsace. Sweden Great Britain, andother theory of pooling the returns from the work of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Twenty-nine. Government age>llt'l I|I He knows that the country adoptedthe NATION loi"OT'TOO POOR TO"",FOSTER .
countries were started.America's sale of their products, according to which} he describes in a chapter on have been murdered by bootleggers.If White Slave Act end he dare not SCHOOLS r
initial co-operative mar- grade and variety. "Pioneers in Co-operation. This organization the violate
you buy or use bootlegger's that law for he realizes that
lAtinj( movement was also undertaken -, The principle of commodity marketing while not as large as its whiskey you are to that extent, crim- his punishment would be just if he .The Carnegie Foundation, for the #
by dairy farmers. It was tried out I on which most co-opeiative organizations big brother, the Calfiornia )Fruit inally responsible for every mutder should break thqt law. Advancement of Teaching: reports
in Connecticut, in 1810, but due to inefficient are now formed was first; Growers Exchange, is admitted by the committed by bootleggers. I I But under the teachings, of the iiI that in its opInion', public sSollDols'jmust
management this effort re- 'Hut into effect in a practical way in Californians to bo farther* advancedat Harsh words, do you .say? Yea, rjUor interests and the tremendous ( be limited in number 'arftt .cope
suited in failure. Thltty..one years I Istarted' southern California from 1893 to its age than the Pacific Coast as- they may be harsh but they are true. !I propaganda carried on by all the liquor I because of gradually increasing: tax:
later, five dairy farmers of Wisconsin 1905 by the California Fruit Growers' but burdens. The report advises the elim-
sociation was when it was The bootlegger could not exist! except power of the world united to -
the first successful American ; Exchange. It was later developed to teen years: old. "Its fOllr-1([through the buying of his whiskey by the success of prohibition in prevent this ination of pupils whose intellectual en.
co-operative organization. The ,a greater extent by the"'raisin shown the ''' Jowment TS ill-suited for fafmal'study,
grow.iere I < by fact that in twelve years the bootleggers co-pnrtner the buy- country, many men who ought to have
"cheese ring" as it was known was : of San Joaquin Valley in the Cal- the percentages of the Florida citrus er and drinker of his whiskey. intelligence and honor and integrity, and a restricted: curriculum.The .
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established. at Rock Lake, Jefferson i ifornia Associated Raigjn_ Company, crop handled through its channels has Every criminal act committed by :who. ought to realize what patriotism National Education Associationmeets /
county, Wisconsin by A. Pickett a ;,now known as the Sun-Maid Raisin doubled and is increasing, year after the bootlegger goes straight back to means are violating the prohibition the charge that the Nation is
settler there. Pickett had ten ,;Growers. So successful were-the cit- now, or is likely in the future to,
new year, writes Mr. Steen. its otigin in the purchase or the drink- law in open defiance of the nation. In ,
rows. and four of his neighbors had! j rus and raisin growers in their efforts The co-operative organizations of ing of the bootlegger's" whiskey. .doing so, if they will stop for a moment spend '"too much" on education, with
twenty rows among; them. The Wis- that the commodity plan wall this modern day, formed by growers Every act of yours which helps 6n to think over the matter, thug :facts, in the face of which it contends' nI
consin Country Magazine, of Febru- I'boon recognized an the fundamental primarily for merchandising their the bootlegger business is an encouragement will realize that they are helping so argument is hardly necessary.
ary, lI22.!> in telling of thin principle for co-operative organizations : products, are far different from those of immorality; perhaps un- forma public opinion which will dis- I First asking these questions '"Is"
tive attempt says: "The In the following fix years, after first attempted. They are nearly all realized by you at the present time, regard all law which will dace a there justification for the belief that
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pastured together, coopera-j' the organization of the raisin '' premium the cost of the public schools Is ..,
were based an the commodity plan; but one but certain to be seen! in the future; upon murder, upog bank robberies I enJormous
Jfckett's yard at night and growers more than twenty cooperative product and not diversifying their selling and the encouragement to violation of upon immorality of kindJ and is sorely taxing the abil-
their, respective owners. associations formed the every I ity of the American people to
were by efforts any or all laws by your daughters or>' Every honest man must realize that sup:
of each owner was carefully weighed producers in the Pacific Coast States. Another thing the cooperativeshave your sons or all with whom you are this Is the we are headed to the port them ? Do figures as to the
way ,
und credited to him. In the fall each j is cost of education and the of
Co-operative marketing; now come to recognize is the neces in touch. extent of the power of those who i ability
owner was given one third of the practiced in 42 states of the Union sity of employing experienced execuJ Deny it as you may, close your eyes flout the nation's flag and trample it i the nation to pay for education support -
Cheese made from the product of his'end in six Canadian provinces. Ev- tivt-8 to manage their business. These to the truth sear your conscience witha in the dust. ;: this attitude T" The National
cowc. The manufacture of cheese I ery major farm commodity, ranging men are generally the best trained, hot iron in order to prevent its i: Those who defy the nation's laws Education Association asserts that
on the co-operative plan was so successful ;from small percentage of the vegeta- and often the highest salaried in functioning if you are a buyer or a j I'are doing their utmost to increase the I "The nation in 1920 spent $17'for,
in 1841 that Pickett's product bles to about 75 percent of all Amer- their) line: of endeavor The eld drinker of bootleg whiskey you are a .. and profits of the of luxuries for every dollar that it spent:
I power army
war known from Milwaukee to Madison ican-grown tobacco dried fruits and theory that a co-operative organization co-partner with the bootlegger in defying bootleggers who some day turn for education. .
and the demand was far greater ,citrus fruits is now handled by co- is under "dirt farmer" manag- the Constitution of the United with equal facility from the may selling of "It spent $8.60 for other forms of,
than the supply." This effort was 'operators. In 1922 the co-operative I ment no longer exists. The jri-ower States. in breaking the laws of your whiskey to the wrecking of all ,public service for every dollar it spent
the forerunner, of others. There are I' farmer associations marketk-d more controls his marketing association land in unpatriotically doing your ut- erty rights. No man who has violated prop-- for public elementary and secondary
nou !28 co-operative cheese organizations than one billion dollars of the total but depends on real sale managers I most to discredit all laws to break the prohibition law will then have schools.
( comprising tons< of thousands of I farm production of the United State. end executives to handle his bU"ioess'l down all morality, and to encouragethe any right: whatever to ask the Government j "The cost of all public elementary
frmersIn, eight leading dairy states In his book, "Co-operative : Alter reveral bitter expel spirit abroad that is in the land for protection when he is robbedof I and secondary schools in 1920 was
of the Union. ing, the Golden Rule of .! llarket-1 the early' ; days of co-operative endeavor ntrainut all property rights. his property or when his family I four-tenths of one percent of 'the nations -
Shortly before the Civil War a for-I (now being distributed by the farmer's modern selling organiza- If you drink the bootleggers whis- has been outraged or murdered because wealth.
"i idablo movement was started to introduce I can Farm Bureau Federation) from ,ions have also learned! the necessity key: I| he helped to sow the seeds- I "The cost of all such schools in 1920 .
co-operntivi marketing inother j which many of the foreROirj'facts; of binding< ; their members to their co- You are ('ncoUiaginl( the anarchist'r which have fructified into this har- was less that 7 percent of the amount /'
lines of agriculture and hortii I have been gleaned Herman ont-ialne' agreements: by contract.These to destroy the laws to protect prop- vest of evil.COU.NTY. I of money lying in the savings accounts -
iltuie endeavor. The farmers were itor of the Praire Fa',,-.T, -te'C'n.-ed-1 contracts can hold /growers to erty.- I of the banks of the nation in
',iroused because of their inability to i in 1922 there were more lO.PQil:; their aKrcemcnt; to stay with the association I You are doing your best to encourage |, : AGRICULTURAI I"11921. a year of acute business depres-
II"'ure i a satisfactory or even living ]local co-operative association* op'rat-I over the length of time des- II law breaking anti drunkenness I AGENTS sion."
price, for their produce. This effort I ing in but twelve western stateThe ignated.: They enable the association 'anl every other criminality on the j
died when war was declared and the chief commodities marketed b< them I to make marketing agreementsin I part of your employes.You .- I Everybody's football to kick around Sophomore-"Teachers are worse
v'hole country thrown into turmoil.In I are livestock grain dairy products, advr.nce with the assurance that are sowing in the hearts of and everybody's .servant to help in than immigration authorities" at Ellis -
the reconstruction! period that I potatoes and fruit. In the south he part of the growers will not suddenly your (children the seed of moral rot- (|, the solving of all kinds of problemsfrom L Island nowadays. "
followed, numerous attempts were writes, co-operative marketing n=socintioni 'j quit the organization taking: with tenness which will bring forth a har- the simple] one of curing: the Alumnus-"How come?
made to .stabilize prices for food prod revolve chiefly around them some of their business.Thee vest of evil as sure as night follows''old gray mate's. colic to the highly J Sophomore-"They've 'swiped the.
ucts. None of the farmer organizations and (cotton and to a lesser. tobacco are many critics of the co-op- specialized art of making the family 'slogan "They shall not'paas.Metjiodiat ;
formed, however accomplish' 1 around fruits and vegetables. crathe movement who claim it is attempting day.You are belying your profession of baby laugh, that is the job of the Protestant.
their purpose. Their lack of experience tern co-operative endeavor is limited to disrupt present methodsof patriotism by seeking to destroy all county agent. Few realize just how I Tommy-"It was a dreadful day the
and short-comings in management to fruits and dried fruits. distributing farm products. This patriotism; for patriotism must be important he is. A recent editorialin last time I went to grandma's. It
was evidenced by the many fail The eprly; trials and tribulations charge is without foundation. Where I based upon a recognition of and an the Breeder's Gazette shows however blowed and it-" ,
ures. There were no leaders to set and the present methods cf efficient ,ever there is already established channels obedience to the Constitution of .this that people are coming around i|I Mother-"It blowed" is not proper.
forth principles upon which organiza- management of the one hundred of for distribution, co-operative as- country. to consider Mr. County Agent something Say "it brew."
tions should be formed and managed. the leading co-operati\e marketing cciationn invariably make u -e of the American than evil.
If profess to honor more an unnecessary '
I you Tommy "It blew) and it
Scores! of small associations! had to associations in the United States are j them. Where those channels are not I )Flag, you are false to your profession The editorial reads: I(i,I ."-Melbourne- Time., anew awful. :-
disband because of their inability to described in Mr. Steen's book. His "I sufficiently developed (co-operative' for you are dragging that In answer to a question, all of our I I
cope with economic conditions And story of their origin and growth fur- j I agencies have built up other meantof I flag in the mud and trampling it be- subscribers whose names have been HURRICANE SEASON IS ON-

_ _ - neath your feet. on our list for several Years know 1 OFFICIAL NOTICES, RELIABLE s
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If you claim to hate the coldblooded that The Gazette has steadfastly advocated I "
murderer who murders in orderto and defended the county agricultural The hurricane season of, 1923 'b

rob the paying clerk or the cashier, agent as, a practical aid to gan on June 1, and all stations of the '.
you are really giving your utmost en- farmers. * j jI Weather Bureau on the South Atlan-
How the American People have been couragement to these murderers who I A marked improvement in the character i,tic and; Gulf coasts have been asked
are abroad the land if you buy or of the service given by county ,,to be on the alert In order that the I
drink the bootlegger's whiskey. '''agents has been registered in recent ,best possible service may be rendered.
The bootlegger's criminality years, due to the fact that there has j During the ,first two'' weeks of' June.
eat Florida spreads over the land. It seek* to been an increase In the number' of f j no disturbance whatever 'occur*
taught to. Grapefruit break down every law of man and trained and experienced men adaptedto red. -,

\ ,\and every man who makes pos- this work, and to the further fact || The official forecaster of the Weather .
sible the bootlegger's accursed traf- that the function of the county agent Bureau issues advices from the- i
fic is a co-partner a co-laborer anda is, better understood and more clearly I! central office Washington, D. C.,
I co-worker with the bootlegger and defined than it has been in the past. at frequent intervals during the hur-
equally responsible' for every time a Despite the agricultural depression, I ricane season, indicating: the location,
.izeet5ealw"pzusraaeQ crime is committed by a bootlegger. The number of county agents has in- intensity, and direction of the movements -
I The observance of law and order I I.* eased. This in itself is a tribute to of the hurricanes., These bul-
one of the supreme tests of a nation's the value of their service to farmers. letins are as definite and complete as
tight to live.Without 1 I The county agent who knows his the information at hand warrants and,
obedience to law there can job and has the personality and tem- I are supplemented by:: necessary local
be no civili7ation. perament which are necessary an supplements warnings at points likely to lie In the
The liquor advocate, who says that ] to his technical qualifications path of an approaching hurricane.In .
the Prohibition Act was put over the iK! in daily personal contact case! of conflicting reports and ru-
country by unfair methods lies, and with farmers, He is, therefore in a more especially those causing uneasiness -
chtiir.atod that less than five per cent he knows that he lies. 'unique position to counsel and advise, and alarm the Weather Bur-
Ten years ago it was reliably! He knows that for fifty years. nigorous and to speak and act as their repre eau suggests that credence be given
of the people: of the United States knew anything abut Florida grapefruit. \ and aggressive fight: had sentative. Their practical problems only to official advices, which are
been going on to destroy the liquor ure his. Together; they are solving based on authoritative information by
Grapefruit from Florida are now more or leas regularly eaten in about traffic 'i iHe i those which can be solved. The solu- wireless radio and telegraph from
knows that the liquor traffic re- tion of local problems in agriculturewill ships at sea and Weather Bureau
twenty-five per cent of American homes, according; to recent investigations. automatically dispose of most of stations along the coast.

getting products of their growers tothe the larger solvable agricultural: problems -
Millions:!\ of housewives buy Florida grapefruit for their families and consumer.Cooperative. 1 of state and union. This is READ THE VALLEY GAZETTESunburned

insist that dealers supply them with grapefruit bearing the Sealdsweet marketing )is nothing working from the bottom up rather
more than the application of good business than from the top down.
trade mark. methods to farm marketing.! I'i __
Dumping and unsystematized selling I I It was Soiree. musical. A singer had
The introduction of Florida grapefruit to such a greatly increased of such' products which prevailed altogether just finished "My Old Kentucky
before the days of cooperation Home." ?
number of people has been accomplished by the educational advertisingwe aie substituted by merchandisIing I I The hostess, seeing one of her

have done as members of the Florida Citrus Exchange.We making for orderfy selling and guests weeping!: in a remote corner
stabilized marke-ts. It benefits the |'went to him and inquired in a sym- MENTHOLATUM

the who cooperate in that organization, realized ten consumeras, well) as the producer fort pathetic voice:
cools and soothes
growers : delivers the product at the market | "Aie you a Kentuckian ?" .
:years ago that to absorb the future production of Florida grapefruit in a better condition and often for | And the answer came quickly: "No the parched skinJUSSIHHEE .
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would require an immensely greate- consumer demand than existed. less Grower.money, than before.-Florida i madam Gazette.OMMAQY I .am a musician."-Montreal -


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demand by telling the public about Sealdsweet grapefruit and educatingthe M.RCSA" t.at1ER NE SAY '(HERE AR3 r ,

housewives as to the food and health values they possess. HOME ''I 'QQI"CLE IiD: WHO'S ON MILLIONS OF PeOPLE. ,
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outside of the, Florida Citrus Exchange and under the very serious handi- ill .rrl I

cap of ruinous competition from the fruit of our fellow growers who mar- HOME

non-cooperative and speculative channels.We ,
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have succeeded mighty well, the results of our work making the OAD IS OF TWEJOtCEfc 't'P-{! ; I ..>:

grapefruit industry a substantial one, with a future of promise. There' rue FAMILY .;"

remains the task of convincing the other three-fourths of the American J
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competing? Why not join usfor
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Florida is asserting itself. It. is

> We have been overlooking something THE WATCHER..... ...... writing its destiny in large and luminous
BUBLJSHBD BY good., We had heard so much about it letters across the firmament The

:,\. 'THE KISSIMMEH VALLEY GAZETTE that we accepted it ..._a matter of + . .+ ..6. ... ... Floridian no longer slinks along whispering Careful and Courageous

.t. KIS8IMMEB.EVERY FRIDAY.FLORIDA. course;'didn't get wildly excited about I despise the name of'knocker; ,. half-apologetically that he Is ;
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Florida. He shouts
fron re-
W, B. HARRIS -.-.-_......._President it. ; 'just felt pleased that Florida ,was One,who leans back in a rocker, ., shouts it until his throat is sore.
f. JO. a. VANSAaNKW-........8ecri-tary producing something 'else for "the Sits and chews the rag, ., nd labors Within the past fewtmonths a new
: ALLISON T, yKENCH..EUItor To' discredit all.his neighbors.Loud .' '
folks up north." This week'we awoke he growls about the millage. Florida has been born. From Maineto
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."i Onrf"Copy BSCR.PT.OIf, On* .i T ar....RATES_......-_-I2.O 0 from-our complacency. Manager Pla- That it takes to run the village.;' Borealis California to the and from Thret-Mile-Limit the Aurora, Careful and Courageous was the mottoof
._ .._ local citrus association he thinks that it.is funny. ,
. One Copy, Six .)lonth"- ??- 1.00 One COPY. Three Alonth.. :. _.__ .&0 I. all 'the Florida and its potential possibilities
> -- What they do with money. I celebrated airman the"war.It
j j gave us a"can. of "SeAJdheart, put np ; have been Intelligently broadcast and a during. .
the schools .creation J
. ; (Entered at the" poatoffloe at Kleslmmee. j I at 'the Eagle Lake establishment of' Then are a many millions -of people know more '
" Florida. a. second-class matter.) That he calls abomination is a good motto in business. Be
in'and love. ,
:. 'the Florida Citrus _Exchange. i Loud he wails about the teachers about the state we live

( All communIcntioneXecpt correspondent must from be signed authorlsed -- Now we don't care much for canned Raves!', be too against the preachers, I,the For nly years Floridian Harry Roberts who' made.was a about loud careful, and consult this. bank before
; canned And to him all things are shocking .
writer.
I by the goods.: Always" thought
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Rejected matter will be returned If his ,noise#-when he went with a bunch
When he once begins knocking. move. And be Courageouswhen
you
like honest-
much
tasted
: called for. peaches: as IShriners to some national event. He

"v' to-God peaches as fish,tastes like wa- (had the right idea. Now we learn from
1 What Dreams Are Made Of YOHIopportunity comes. -
I Foreign Adv.rti.npru.sntst4v! I termelon. We were glad to get the newspapers!< all over the country that
' ,- jEAMFRICANPRISSA5OCIATJFRWAY'ULY' to 'Twas the solemn hour of midnight theie is a Florida and in that Florida
of however just
grapefruit.
IS. 1923 can and Anton Dunklebarger lay flat on there are men of red blood anJ! strenuous -

l" .,try- something- else once. We tried i his back sleeping. His breath, like activity and leather lungs. ,

t I it.Say, folks-!!! a small boy came in short pants, and I I At Sacramento, California an All-

Osceola county moves forward. Canned grapefruit is our idea of with each exliaust, was the sound American Meal was servedat which "

something to*-eat! "bur-rr-oo-rh-WOCK!" This was Florida grapefruit began the break-
' but the natural ebullitions of his mind fast and Tampa cigars finished the-
, {. The little taste of prosperity. which Had another illusion spoiled. The while in repose. All day long his .dinner. In the foreground of the picture Merchants and Farmers Bank

. came from the first season's endeavor expression! "makes your mouth wat- mighty intellect hat} been directinghis of products from all over the Un-

section er" always seemed more expressive wife and son how to wield the hoe ited States Lakeland loomed large

as a strawberry producing than true. When we looked at that -discourage the yseeds1( in the gar. with its grapefruit and Tampa. cigars_ OF K1SSIMMEE

, f created an appetite for more... of grapefruit after it had den. He was now trying to rest but were- mosjUprominent.j I ..
sample ,
because of the voluminous supper"he j In "The' Nation's Business" Archer .
I. .. ;
r season been shelled we had to chew up a had eaten his brain continued to function -;, Wan) Douglass the statistician, tens I . "A 1191\1E. INSTITUTION" .
The was .a
strawberry pro-
., blotter before we could eat it-the although in an eratic manner.At the world that business is good in ,
. nounced success in many ways.: It grapefruit, that is. first he saw preen: cats. with red Florida giving it a white spot on a .

made no oyer-night millionaires butt 1 Canned grapefruit something to eyes staring at him from the dark- dark background of the-sJ ter state8- -

.\ enabled a lot of people'to pay their ness. While he gazed: they turnedto making it "stick out." ; "
.;. debts and it increased business not eat minus the squirt; jt is somethingto !< pink alligators with stingers in I In "Forbes Magazine" B. C. Forbes

, ', eat, minua-the- dging; it is something their tails and they stood on their world famous financial expert -tells 4 _

:, only during the season,but for months ',,' to eat minus the partitions; it hind legs waved their} flippers, and how and why Florida makIng sub .r jI.

,;r afterward. is something to eat, minus the occas- made faces at him. When these fad- st-a -progre'ksand why. it will l continue .

'I I sional touch of bitter. If a grapefruit frd away, he saw an enormous snake to do so. *. 00000 0000 0<*0H*"* 0>v"Ot<-0 foe o.0 0 Got 0'0' C 0 eo H 0'' 00 t 0 .

",4 It did something more than put I with green wfiiskers, and long red The Kiwapians went to Atlanta .in
a day will do what the old say- tusks, corning toward him. He national convention and placed Flor- RIGHT GLASSES-NOW
into circulation. It did a far I I ;
money |: ing claimed for the "apple a da'y'- struck at it, hitting nothing but thin ida in the limelight.The I

greater thing. It put faith into peo- ;;]: and we believe it will do that-then I air, and the next moment its great Shriners made.a, -world's record

pie; it inspired confidence where there I I canned grapefruit is going to turn a coils were wrapped around his neck Tor the continuous performance of 'a II I I / Will preserve your eyesight for the future

had been but faint-hearted hope. It''Jot of white collars into blue shirts. and choking him to death. His wife train that 'pulled them while from Tampa to I L r We fit you correctly, attractively, satisfactorily ..
to what a shook him and he awoke exclaiming Washington and there kept
demonstrated everybody
..". It The "grapefruit taste ?" It's there. I "Ach himmel Katrine-" Florida on everybody's tongue, furn. I Phone today for an appointment .

., few people have always known. Doubt if you could tell it had been For a long time he lay and won- i ishinp the White House with a choice -

transformed belief of the few into aC-1 canned if you didn't know it. Canned i 'ered what had produced such a supply of Tampa's finest cigars. ---- W. E. SANDERSON CO.il

tual knowledge of the many.. | grapefruit tastes just like "regular"grapefruit dream. lie remembered the boiled The Eustis Rotarians went to Saint I :

\ cabbage, cheese, hand-me-down beans Louis and took away an attendancecup I---
only more so. and canned salmon that had formedhis against the world with New Zealand .+.+++
It showed that Osceola county has ;, behind this
; xxx evening, meal and the sack of some 80,000 points
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\, not scratched the surface of its pog- | To prove her innocence of the pc-anuts that had been his desert, and little Florida city-the first time any -

sibilities. It showed that when the charge of I having: been photographedin concluded that after all. the dietitians Rotary Club ever took its entire membership ranks welcome of the the opportunity teaching force to fit who themselves will- 1"1< {'IIt SAI.K.. Chi-iiti-r From fI Un r..K luteroil* w<-rk.Stuck ol.l..

: .people of the county really get together the nude a Chicago woman offers ( high-brow for food sharps) to an international convention. i ><> H now .'I..h. ) lo A Oakmnllh
for .
really know a lot about what dreamsare The realtors of Florida went" to the work.A ..x 133. KlKKlniriK . ,.r 1 lout h.u. ,In;
: and pull for a common cause to exhibit her nude figure. : made of.ADDRESSED. Cleveland and captured that city and great number of deserving young 1 illy limit on I'lil-. tIiChwasuing
'i 1 that the results are not far-off "may- What's the difference Trib (convention. men and women will be enabled to obtain .out h. 30.2to'

? be-it-wills" but are immediate realizations .I TO MERCHANTS: I Now the Elks go to Atlanta and cry an education. This piece of leg I 1---Foil 8AI.K---Slrawlxrry- -i.lanla-. -- Ml*.

well une.The I Florida from the islation will do much to raise the .loimry sit K loml\,. .
I : tangible as as spiritu-i i difference between a full jury housetops.The I any iuaml
standards of the schools for there I I >'. growIng I on new, hondo from frrcti
interested in
a1. Itt! showed that community cooperation Editors of newspapers muH contentthemselves whole country is I .
venire and the usual kind. i will soon be little for "Iltn.l r.-sly' JulIxt. If int-r.st-I.
with in informing the investments being made in excuse employing ,
printing an big write J M Truli '. Klnikr.
> Klortrtn.
in line is bound to result -
one teachers who have not had I
college
; i
and Florida wealth and
the by men of impor-
S entertaining way z$-mFli \
in along other lines. I _ _ _
: improvement TilE BETTER WAY ti-aining.---Times-Union.
i I --
news of things that happen in the tance like Ringling Collier Baboon -- -
world.! This may mean a tremendously Connors and others. IIUXESCITY I I and'It KAl.Kl four chnlm one.l, >r>*kfaM table..
kit
The strawberry got the most publi- ] PASSESBOUQUETS hen tablr. ni> rI
: Floiida and New York have fur- I interesting newspaper or a Florida has found its voice and discovers ", I lUte Hid. nlr-tluht$ h.'nter. 2 whlt.
city. / It was the entering wedge. The I, i-isJied the two extremesof relation more or less dull one. Editors do not I II that it is loud and cupelling. TO OUR BAM)) I Iron I.i-i1... 2 felt "',,.tlr....<>.. 2 .-te

benefit probably came in the to the federal with I make Florida ha hitherto been tim firing. iliv bril All practically
greater I ship government news. They just make a rec- too Director J. D. Woodbeck directorof ,ru w Hi 41. A YCnian4. us A<|..i
' stimulus to other agricultural pur-respect to enforcement of prohibition. ord of it. id-too shy-but now having tastedof the Kiftsimmee Concert Band U in hold, Klaalmmff. Inter limn Mo ,-
And of the two we much prefer Flor- Merchants however make the the fruits real finds ly
news publicity
or
suits which the strawberry campaign'I I receipt of the following letter from ____ ___ _ _ x
ida's effort even though it may be, of their stores. They originate the that it likes it and in the future it Haines City, which i is self explanatory -
More rolled from A srLtcNi I> 4 'I'l't '
inspired. produce cs l is freely prophesied, annulled by things that happen there. If the mer- : will be bold and aggressivefightingIts and shows that they think the will buy my tin ar.trsct'IIT1'NIT'U.on .,.-
this county, or was sold locally last ,the supreme court. chant is alive to his opportunities his way to supremacy among the un- same of the band that Kissimmeedoes phalt road. % mile ,South of (loth.istation.
'I spring than ever before. And with While we ardently advocate the store becomes :. real news center. its of this great nation.-Tampa Trib- : 3 1 -2 acres In grove KOL.I

the demonstration along this line, ,reservation of the right of each stateto Things happen there which concern une. "Please enclosed find check for land ,truod..raf..houat... a-uavM*. lartce. pear barn.. lmplement Kuo.fwater -

also demonstration of the results govern itself in all matters strictly every reader of this newspaper. I I Fourth of July services. I and poultry Included. tl.llliOiHah.
; 1 came confined to the welfare of the state's When he decides to readjust his EVE 8 TilE APPLE "I also wish to take this hnIenon Mitreement. Owner

of modern procedure in the mat- citizens we cannot look with favor stocks and for that purpose to sacri- i iI of thanking and each opportunity of the going" .abroad Fred Miller. Ootha.
did Adam and / you Florida.
ter of Irrigation and drainage. upon the action of the New York 'fice profits on some broken lines of How many apples band members for the excellent mu- I 1-1IK'"
and
in the entire ( he has made for all who Eve eat? Some say Eve/ight
legislature annulling goods news
sic furnished Haines this FOR RAl." '
Adam two-a total of terTfonly. City on occasion. -Strawb Tiy plants. after
i prohibition enforcement measure in await such opportunities for economics July 16th. In any quantities Miaalonary .
The unusually wet spring and summer that state pr in the action of Governor in buying. | Now we figure the thing out dif- "All of Haines City and the celebration varieties. Iletter Hat' yourrequirement.

A dampened the spirits of some Al Smith in signing the bill that. When he secures an especially attractive ,ferently: Eve eight and Adam committee in this at once. Kirkland
join me Farma. four miles of Auburn-
also total sixteen. went
.. who: had been inspired by the early was passed in the assembly. At this .1" line of new goods, he has eight entirely they are all expressing their delightand dale on Lakeland-Autmrndale road.
We think the above
figures
'pring's results. It wiped out a few .,late date it savors too much.ojf shortage again made news for all .alert and .up- I If Eve eight and Adam appreciation of the way your Addreas.: 1110 Uranus Park Avenu
in intent even if strict juatice and to-date people.' wrong. Lakeland Florida. I9-4IX:
tomatoes and ruined the .melon crop.' the technical, interpretation of state Every improvement in his store 82, certainly, the total will be ninety. band has handled the program for I. ,

.: But it was a blessing In disguise. It :rights !should be found a sufficient.. service i is, a matter, of greatest news Scientific men however, on the the may celebration have the opportunity and hope of that having'your they FOR' HAI.K_1 I'lo-room'ihotel") ;: and dry

Jbroueht home the fact that we have ;!academic excuse. interest. The arrival of new stocksis strength of the theory that the ante- band with Hoods store. For Rent-Filling; sta

. : 4 got to quit talking in that far-away i The[ Florida legislature, on the other a news event. The advent of a diluvians like were this: giants Eve 81 and reason Adam something 82- "With best wishes us again.to you and the lien and store. 8f'e..1.> McPhatfr 28-tfi,
extreme, has adopted a law that new dress fabric has an important : .
) %tone of voice of what "ought-to bedonesomeday" -total 163.Wrong band members I remain -- .L.-
puts the violation of the prohibition> nGws value all its own. i F JH .
XU..KWlxlein I.IB. lilKhial -I.!I.vaIin
:.. and get busy. Following statutes into a class by itself. No "In hundreds of ways a live store Isa I I agarn. What could be "Very "H.truly O.yours ESTES. I i In town I li\ aurrf ln"e ,'I'I IHalf ,
clearer than if Eve 81. Adam 812, ..r th.*in I'd l ;.t.r..l. with
; ; the season which showed us ether similar breach of the peace car- news-maker. on
| | which makes a total of 893.! ::! -Baptist For the Celebration CoIn. I s) what our possibilities arc it pointed ries such a penalty as is provided I j Jf. however the merchant docs not mittee of Haines City." large li.nrlnn uraniri s'1'

: out the to take advantage of for the second offense of the liquor I pi'blish his store news attract'vely i, Student. I Kin IK"fi lilt In i. a I"R! )' t> rma A T.Morrlaon.
way
Jaw violator a fine of not more than fully. interestingly: and (continuously KATEK.NAI RESOLUTION) / I'ii). 2n-tf 41.
i those possibilities.! $5,000 AND imprisonment in the he misses tIe: full advantage of his FLORIDA PROVIDES FOR .
Fill SAI.K\ BananaMirltly. , < ,
fI"t.; ) |Iig
: 4" _ _ (state penitentiary (wherever that position as a maker of news. If, on a I TRAINED/ TEACHERS In memory of our deceased Brother 2& r" nt* m. h \V II i- Il.. :rris
be) not more than three i iI dull day, he does not ----- I
may years. publish any Ih
4 Thomas N. Claik who
to
The dry spring did not do as much i Much has been said in I lecent years passed .
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I Of the two, Florida's is the better store news at all, he will break the I the Great .
'c f damage as some dry springs have WC '. Any law should a penalty chain of render-interest in his store about the necessity for improving the Beyond.We F.'H. 'l :-1AL"1..10; i i 4. "-.. ."I llUttk .i'....
carry .
wish to express our sympathyand ,. ,
conditions in the public schools.) ] Probably fllllll"h..d. h..th I I:'irn .i- 11'
; done. The wet late spring and RIIIV- that will compel its observance and if as a place whe.-e: importrnt things .oc I
.
the people all over the country affection to those who have been "I''.IK. 12 )10.1...... ,In. 10. ,. I II,I.
j J mer did more damage than is usually the next legislature will equalize the cur.The i ''are taking mo e interest in the .subject j called upon to part with their loved 'linnW' ., .1 :St..1' .1I'liiud .1 !rr-\: 5.1 -iilnt'
all | dominant merchants in 2ti'Oil;
penalties attaching laws
: : done-speaking from a purely temporary we every I of education now than ever in l one; we commend them to our -
will have a condition that will! make community are thoce: who make the ;
/ Father who doeth .
standpoint regarding the its history. Several laws have been I Heavenly all tninir Full SM.K: Ki.ali I. t- KIM ", > r
crops Florida a state of very cautious citi- most of their opportunities as makers 1 nf! .lu-lfi-r.. u. if. ,i-l i In lit' iiItlo.i -
( which weie being grown at the time. 'zens. Personally we do not care if I i and publishers of real store news.- ''enacted by legislative' bodies looking i I well.As a flight token to the of I'lli- l If iiHonalil, !IMn'',i' K1-
toward the advancement of the teaching memory
J N. Park r. 21\ t H'
? Both illustrated the need the they a law making capital Trmpa Tribune.
same pass a I profession and of the public I our deceased Brother we recommendthat -. -- ---- -
need of tiling. Tiled land was kept crime to take a drink of hard liquor, I Just the other talking fcnools.] No piece of legislation however a copy be placed on our minutes, Fi Ht SAI.K.Molld llo.lc, fit llviota In
day .
we were ,
-, but citizen accustomed 1 .
as a to weigh be the S. IIIh. moist in the dry season and was measures in the light of past, present I I with a party who opposed the paving will have more beneficient or ,11 copy Kent to bereaved one ::1"r....-t liHivntn lor. ,tiiah AppH
'. workably dry in the wet weather. and future relations-in other words, ,'proposition when it first came up. We far reaching results than that in Flor- and a copy to The Valley Gazette. VniI.-y)! liaci-ttv"" tfx.
With us thy name shall live - -- -- --- --------- -
ncver blamed him for doing It ida providing for scholarships from
Several people made preparations to as a newspaper man-we cannot fully so. Through successive FC'R RAI-n.' For ,\",turnl.h..tJ
1,; tile some are having the work done sympathize with the state of mind of cost him a good sum of money to meet i the several counties, for prospective Embalmed; long with all hearts years, I Jtooni* and Nn TCHU .t'; ,... Caril. 10
". lawmakers who will shift his share of the streets in front of his teachers : our can men at The 'islette. offlrn.
; .. now. As plans for tile drainage and ,i all the weight to one deliberately side of fie! ship. property. But now he is singing a different -I On the first day of July, the law became I give 4tr
, the old need was''' and the 17th of the Our praise and our tears.Ilauaa1aJ.4. J I
effective
' irrigation grew age The list is bound to drive the ship of song. "Why. said he, "I on FOR HAL.I5-Fine roslderice property
: I again brought to the front. state off its course in time no mat- wouldn't have it taken up for twice month examinations will be held in 'panwqns! Apply at the office. of The VallrvGazette.

,/ ter how carefully the mariner at the what it cost. Only the other dayI the sixty-three counties of Florida FANNY HULINO. 1 Klalmme. 3-lf
I was offered $2.000 more for 'for candidates for the 126 scholar- BESSIE WILLIAMS
wheel attends to his business. So my FOR SALE-(00 acrei good pastorIanl -
This I
.1 greatest need this lack which I while Florida's is better than property than I asked for it a year ships to be awarded. At the University TELLA COOPER. near Ht Cloud' For quick *alkIt

i is holding back Osceola county is the ; New York's it is far a from way a reason- ago, but I'am not going to sell. With of Florida and at the Florida Cornmitt4< on resolution. ,.HO per acre. Writ S. D. William

1 need for drainage districts. Crops able solution of the problems of law the hotel being built and the way I State College for Women scholarships 'Wnuchula. Florida. 8-lf

; have been made faith in our possibilities -I' enforcement throughout the state. things are going it will be worth I will be allowed to a young man and a BZ..(-IND: HAND ()OOD8. bought. .oli'

has been strengthened confi- There is one feature of the law twice what it is now in a year or so. I )oune woman from each county. The and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf
c ; however which deserves was simply mistaken and that's all i I scholarships! are to be awarded af1 -

. dence in the future of the (county has commendation. This is a unqualified separate there is to it." So it goes. We make an 1 ter competitive examinations held in WANTED.VANTEiEquIpped .

been experienced, tiling has been I measure and provides that any per- improvement and it adds two or ten I I the county seats to such young men \ farm for truck

'; stimulated all from one season's son who, while in an intoxicated condition dfljars to our property for every dollar -,land young women as intend to makeI InBT. with small bearing Rrove Addrea -

co-operative endeavor. But none of I or under the influence of intoxicating it costs. Winter Haven grows on I teaching in Florida their profession.The *: "Farmer." care The Oasetli1"' "
liquor drives an automobile account of it and our property enhances essential requisites for holding 30-21-
thexfxisTtive results can be carried out I in value. There is also anpther slant such scholarships shall be: citizenship -
he or she shall be subject to a \VK NEED an Indunt rlixia. reputabl.
,. to the permanent prosperity which I fine or, if he injures anyone a jail to the question. People will not settle I and residence in the county from 15(1)or gentleman to represent th'

, should JSe"ours until the steps are tak- t sentence and in ease he causes the in towns these days that are not up which they are accredited; approved genuine J. K. Watkins Product I"Klialmmee. .
" I to date. Other towns moral character and habits gradua- A few arood terrltorlfWalao
death are making ;
en toinsure regular repetition of the of persons by running over or FOR SALE open In other nearby cities The
which this I into them while in that condition he modern improvements. Winter Haven tion or its equivalent from the senior nationally advertised Watkins product -
', temporary spurts county shall be deemed guilty of manslaughter. has always taken the lead in such high school; age over sixteen years; 40 ACHK farm 4 mile from KlBslinin have been known and used alnc
has so often made The advent of the automobile matters and the old girl isn't going to I'sound health; capacity and willingness <.4 mile from Dixie Hlnhway 116$. Don't accept any other off-r
school and church. Fenced. 17 -. until you Bret our prvpo.ltlon-It.*
ncr
down the to make of scholarship
lay on job.Not her. We have a success
has
caused the
:. drinking of hard liquor cultivation. mostly good orangeland. different. Full particulars and samples -
: The last stimulus was more than to become a matter of community seen her grow from a baby up atid we privileges and of teaching as an oc- 6 acres extra fine trucking are free. Write today. J. "
concern more than all other have implicit confidence that she I cupation. The successful candidate land. II acres young grove, and ill Watkins Co.. Dspt. 90, :t.f..mphl".
r' temporary. It is gathering force and that preceded it and an automobilewith agencies is going. to keep right on going ahead if a girl must register in the school large lr>arlnn orange trees Bulld- Tenn. 80-8'
I will continue. But it can only go so faster than of education at the Woman's College In\(. not valuable. but serve every
Winter Haven ;
a drunkard at the wheel is one of ever.- purponr. Price IXB.OOO payable $1000 IF YOU do any kind of farming In
far cannot get out of the realm of uncertainty the most dangerous instruments fate Chief. if a boy in the teachers' college at caah. balance term. favorable. Kino Florida you should read The -Farmer

T and spasmodic profitable results has so far used. No penalty is too the University of Florida. Krove can be built up here and made and Stockman which deals with citrus -
There valuable. and truck farming, live stock
is wonderful
a opportunity These scholarships not to be very
until the proper drainage of the severe in such an instance for the are S80( .ACKEH land. splendid Improvement poultry and dalrylns Send for free
examination of
welfare of the community is threat- thrbugh physical construed as gifts, but each candidatemust *. all In excellent shape; sample copy or If cents. for thre
b trucking districts comes. Friday ened every minute such a driver is on school children to lessen or eliminate execute a properly made out located on fine brick road. Let u. months. Yearly subscription 11.00,
J ght'. mass meeting was a big stimulus the highways.-Leeaburg ommer laJ. abnormal conditions. A timely warning and legally signed note agreeing to how you this property you get three ,.ear.. .00. Published twice
ana
to trucking in Osceola county. It to parents as to physical defects, teach in the schools of the state two price. reasons and terms for Belling-from owner. Beetof. a Stockman month. Address No.. 10 The New> Farmer nan gtreer, .

may be -that the greatest good was Dear Editor-My husband beatsme a word of advice whereby the defects years after graduation. If this pro- SIX ROOM modern, eaat front house; Jacksonville\ Florida. lt-tfo: i
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up something terrible every morn might be overcome through a corre.. vision is complied with the note will garage. Hnap at 13260. Owned by
: in the interest manifested in the sub'jeCt ing.! What shall I do? tion In habits, and if consultation be considered satisfied and will be non-realdent. All kind. of truck and MISCELLANEOUSIF _

of 'drainage., The :requests to An.wer-Get an alarm clock...- with the family physician or cancelled. If this provision is not took NELSON farma.REALTY COMPANY farming I"' t
YOU do kind of
any
; the county and to the 'city for actiontnust. Hollaballo. surgeon, would be the means of saving complied with the note will not be Florida you should read The Farmer land
be, followed thousands of children from possible cancelled until the full amount of the .FOR' SAl/B-r>-Bev n hens' four 'puJltW; Stockman which deals with cite 4
_ up.' Every many The following signs can be purchased ill health"' deformities or death.: money value of the "scholarship shall Apply at 409 CayBtreet, I* :M1WIIllama. rue and truck farmlnr. live stock

-> :and ;w...o in the'county must work, at .The'Gazette office for lOe each: Many have bees and are being savedin have been paid. i Klaitmmee. I-Its poultry and dalrylns Send for for, free.* "

: tOW4brIning: about the conditions/Rooms Rent: Furnished Rooms this ,way'by\ '..workers1 In public Surely, nothing could be more fair FOR' BALE. Top,' seat. cushions, rim: ample months. copy Yearly or /It/subscription.cents jnre I'-0:,,). .J

; ,Ii which.will bring steady.progress and I, FOr //Lillht'; Housekeeping, No 'Tresfrn health Bright .her*: in/JPlorida.. Did I than tie provisions of this 'law."There t.J..I My doora. rubber/foot mat And three yea..., ISlOjO. Published t..oe J. ''V-.
\. is: For Jj." -...No,Em41ng.Eo' .know it? DJ' .T..A. BHan in .curtain, aI' Unused, belonging to a month., Address Th. .Farmer land .
( ng and in
lt vssmfra n s%V tslV Jl A"A-mft ait-L *Vf t Ml"lV I you :are s'any yotl men women \ 'p
n.w-Qerlafld.
: \ .rft1= > Bent;.. !p,* $a1!..,, ,-I.\u .. : .,., J5Ut: ;Board of'Health; Bulletin. '" .the. state ,woo .arc anxious to join the ../"Ideal!jBakery.- <' "Can- be aceo. -. at_not The 'JacksonvilleFlorida.Btockman No-111. NewDaD.. TN ::1 t.reet;' j t.r.
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Statement 'of (Condition nt: :
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BANK Or OWCEOLA COUNTY: ,
Klu __. Vim..
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11 a'o: Loan and QI.oount.f2U.411.UOverdraft. .
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peal U. 8., State, County and Mu ..
Happenings nlclpal Bund. : .-..L 18.100.00( STORY'SSaturday .
Other Bonds,* Btooke andS. .. -
curltlei ( ,
: 18.000.00
1& Banklnr H-----------------, ,
tAsk and Fixtures _____._.....,' .'8.S'4.SO
Other Real Kalat* Own<:.d._, *7J.l

.your grocer for Ideal Bread. '* .ooaooooeo. + .ee4teo4feo Claims Duo from and Bank other ._n.aourc..s...._.._;, ; 18,10'.10 None
Check and Cash Itma.1-: .1,359.61Cash ? and l
[ Eat at Dupont'a Cafe. tf( WEATHER, REPORT: on Hand-----,.\ 20.1S4.14 Monday Specials .

Auto 'For Hire. Call C. C. Rum 26-tl 0, Offtclal Bulletin of daily tern- Total -..,,,--.m.71.ll.

' nell,. Phone 41. perature and precipitations furnished Liabilities. .
and chll- by the Kissimmee Co' Capital\ Z5.OOO.OO( ? I
Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Gelger v operative U. S. Weather Undivided Prowl.---1. 1T.40.
Bureau
at Baytona Beach. Individual Drpoalta\ 828.DS1.S3:
|ren are .. .
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Station, for the week .odine. Havlnifs Uepoilta -r- .IIIS.n "
Cow Peae-42.28 per bushel. Dor-. 4 Thursday, July 12: 41 Certificate of De poult_ 1.SU.6"Certified I

da Feed Stores, Kissimmee, Fla. 0 -- Caahier'a Checks Checks __. 4.O08.44 116.08 : t
-- :
\ 0 --
Date Max. Min.# Prep. Hue to Bank.--------------a. None :
i India Lesley, of Haines City, is via Friday, July 6--a..88 72 ,02 Bills Payable Nona 5:0' f
ting in Kissimmee, the guest of De- Saturday, July 7.__93 72 .00 4 Noted Redl.counted None
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Bonds Borrowed Nlf..eAIJ
v n
heta Alderman.Ask Monday, July ?...__93 69 .71 S other LiabtlttlesNom .
,
Tuesday, July 10.87 70 .11 4 C
for information on the New Wedn'day, July 11.89 72 2.01. 'Total-------------------0456.271.51 -' . '. ,
ork Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- Thursday, July 128fr '73-35 -. .

'er. 14-tfc J Readings are made at 6:00: p. L. MARION KENTON BURIED .
Pairs of Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps-$4.00 '
Holeproof m. for the preceding twenty-four WEDNESDAY AT ROSE HILL '
.
and
Humming Bird pure hours. 1 . .
(ilk hose, at McCAULEY'S. * ALLISON T. FRENCH. Following two months' Illness. L. .
Marion Kenton died early Tuesday S.OQ:an values-to close
$6.00.
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: jTeliheta Alderman returned to KlsiT.nmt Co-operative Observer. Q morning at his home in south Kis ... ._ !If,..
n Avon Park . . . .. .. :200
from ,, $
on Tuesday simmee, at the age "if 74. He was .. "
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here she has been visiting. .6..i the son of Arthur and Rebecca Kenton :out at, per pair -, 'f-W'- .. - .' ,!

t tried Ideal Bread? Ask your grocer for Ideal Bread:* i of Champaign county, Ohio, ,. .. .'
Have you where he was born June 10, 1849. He .- .. ';'
.' Cow Peag-$2.25 per bushel. Floe. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert, Add Gil. married Miss Jennie Aten of Wynn- .- --_. :!

Feed Stort K'stiln"Fla.' [ bert and C. L, Bandy motored tq..Tampa'Thureday dot county,. and four 'children survive. .. . .. . : .,--;., .. .... . .. -' -:
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him. :, .'. 0.' '... "IIi.. ,>
'Mrs. 'R". D. Guice left on II Mr. and Mrs. ;Kenton with theirfamily
Mr. an( ,
U't'llday for Lovejoy Georgia' to C6c Shaves, 15e;' haircuts, 35c; children' ,, moved to Kissimmee, from Come and 'I look them overt: :: your ,; '
at Casino Barber 20-ti
pond the remainder: the. summer. ; Shop. Mansfield, Ohio, In August of 1914. T / r

Mrs. Thomas Webber left Tuesday He was a member of the First Presby- ,
The leading life insurance companyf on terian devoted husband size is here BARGAIN ,
f the world -New York Life. Seem for Michigan, to spend the summer church and was a you get a
and fathsr.: :Funeral services
with her mother. '
Lupfer, agent. 14tfcMr. were held Wednesday afternoon at the -, I'I

and Mrs. E. V. Fox of Shelby. Have you tried Ideal Bread? family residence, the Rev. Dr. W. H. ,
Dresch officiating.' Interment was
vi.ie: Indiana, are here to make their Dr. L. B. Roberts returned to Kis made at Rose Hill\ cemetery, the funeral i
in Kissimmee leasing the servc -
Nome simmee from Crystal River Sunday in of
arrangements being charge
station of 41 Main Street. ,

.-- and night. J. Mr.W. Thompson.Kenton is survived by his widow I;I
hats for
V. ilk traveling
"A 'w('a.,,n, at Mr. Woodbeck's Hat I, Cow Peas-*2.25 per bushel. Florida * three daughters Misses Eleanor
?-P. Feed Stoies Kissimrrxc, Fla. E. Kenton of Tampa, Miss Lola F. Lyles V. Story & Co. 4

I Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Smith and children Kenton of Akron, Ohio, and Mrs .
Elliot( Gilbert who has been on a returned to Kiosimmee Sun Margaret A. Hottintiev. cf Saint

u. .ition ut hill old l home'in Clinton, day from a visit to Valdosta, Georgia. I Cloud; a son Carroll M. Kenton leg
,"rtr> Carolina, is expected home to- ionnaire, of Kisximn!.>c; a brother. 5

. row. I New Suede Pumps at McCAU R. B. Kenton, of Mansfield\ Ohio, and
-- LEY'S. n sister, Mrs. G. W. Throckmorton of DRY GOODS SHOES NOTIONS CLOTHING(
: flaw shipment of felts for early Ward Colorado.Mr. I

: wear, at Mrs. Woodbeck's Hat I Miss Christine Kritz left on Tuesday Kenton wan a great grand son I .

ti' op for Cheraw, South Carolina of SiMon Kenton, the second "Dan- I KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ji

Mrs. Ernest Mach with her I where she will visit her sister, and iel Boone" of Kentucky, who Was sev-
from there .she will no to Camden, eral time captured by the Indians
It hft'r Gloria left for .
Wednesday
'bu ,
,New Jersey, to vis.t: her aunt and and saved by his led hair or his quick ;i
.eral week's visit with her aunt in
IKI'
uncle. I wit. Red hair was a curiosity to the ----
Delaware.
( Georgetown Indians, and this famous Kentucky '

Mrs. Edgar Katz is improving rap- I S. L. Lupfer returned from Crystal :I character was kept by the capturingtribe CHILDREN'S DAY OBSERVEDAT COW PUNHCERS WIN FROM i PYTHIANS HELD A m1
.tl>- since the blood infusion several 1 Springs Sunday, feeling like dancing i iI to show off to the other tribes. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ORLANDO INDEPENDENTSThe JOINT'INSTALLATION'The '
..;." ago, and her friends are rejoiced I a marathon. He left the rest of the Once when tied to the stake to ba
I taut recovery is now well started. Kissimmee colony there, among! whom burned, he focus.sod the sun on his I' Children's Day was observed last Cow Punchers kept at home : Knights of Pythias and Pythlan ;
-- are Dolph Walker I). G. McKay, and pipe, on an Indian's head, and on a Sunday at the First Baptist church. the long end of a 13 to 4 score yes Sisters held a Joint public initiationon
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lee of Irving- W. A; Joiner. powder horn. by mernR of a burning and a large congregation was present terday afternoon at the Mabbette Thursday night, July 5, at Fraternity .
| ti.n. New Jersey, arrived in Kissimmee glass:] concealed in his hand and was to hear those who took part in street grounds. They had the long HaIL J. L. Overstreet was installing
Saturday for a month's visit. The best investment you can make released by tho terrified Indians. the exercises. i end of the hits too, 9 to 4, and errors officer forthe Knights, and Mrs.F. .
'. hey are staying at the Graystone.The is a New Yqrk Life Policy: Better I I The following program was ren- likewise, 6 to 2. Sam Story did the C. Bryan for the Pythian Sisters
than account. See Sam
a savings PAST MASTERS' NIGHT dered: Prelude, Mrs. James John- I pitching and allowed four hits while A musical program was incorporated .
best investment you can make Lupfer. ld-tf: MONDAY WITH !MASONS fcton; song, "Bring Them In," congre- he was striking out thirteen batters. into the ceremonies and inter.spwsod :-

cr is a New York Life Policy Better I gation; Scripture reading and prayer: 'i Marion Carson recalled\ past days by during the evening, consisting y,
I than a savings account. See Sam Who is your Best Friend? Hew ma- Past Masters' r.ight'wilJ be observed by Sam L. Lupfer Jr.' song, "Ctfn a getting{ into the game as back-stop, of vocal and Instrumental num

|Lupfer. 14-tfc 'ny people can you depend on in times next Monday, July 16, by Orange Little Child Like MeTl, Jesse Mae and playing it well.\ The youngest bers. ACJthe conclusion of the cere!

Miss Frances Weigel arrived of trouble? A dog' owner is always. Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. and Griffin and Dickey Waring; recita, of the three McLean ball players monies an, excellent ,address ''was' de.,
I h Kissimmee Mary last Friday from Tua- pure of one real friend. See the. won- A. M. Tho Past Masters of the lodge tion. Blessing Others," five children; made a reputation by getting three livered by Ellis F. Davis. Approximately .. w
her motherland derful dog' in "Broken Chains. At will preside over the meeting, during song, "Jesus Wants Me for A Sun- ,. hits out of five times at bat.I one hundred emben of'the.
|(aloosa, Alabama, to join
family, who are guests of Mr. the Casino, next Monday and Tues-* which the Master Mason's degree will The game was replete with errors .two lodges were present, and the usual -.-
.
land Mrs Howard Katz.If day. bs conferred. !' : ,. i owing to the' wet condition of the refreshment time was enjoyed by T.
Past Masters. and the stations they grade Chapman; song, I Think, When i grounds. _' Orlando scored one. in the all, after the ,meeting.. '
you want better values in shoes,, Misses Nina, Bratton and Elon will)] occupy'ate: H. N. Bratton,' W. II -Read That Sweet Story of Old," first, and Kisiimmee four, which lead pi .

I hats, Palm Beach suits, extra pants,, Guice have gone to Kerens' Texas to. M. J. M. W.; J, M. Han. .Wilhelmina Carson;' recitation, was never threatened again. Wilson, NOTICE ''. ,'* / ,
I underwear, and drygoods, go to Me. visit Mrs. J. R. Nelson, who was formerly ell, J.. W.}WlIIsont.S S. D.j; N. C, 'I(Pond's View," Reese Johnston; reel. a new recruit to the locals, formerly : ..,, ".(,-,...... ,
AULEYS. Miss Ruth Clark, of this city. Bryan, J. D.; F. C. Bryan, S. S.; J. E. .tat Ion, "The Floral Cross," nine children cf Summerlin Institute at Bartow, got v All parties holding receiver's,, Miss Bratton will also spend some Lupfer; J; S.;. H. M. Katz, Tyler W.'' : recitation "Let Me Ring the in the game for two innings and against' the State Bank ,of
Stratton Story and Rev. Allen J.I time with her uncle at Weatherford, J. Steed, Secretary. The stations have I Bell," Oliver Carson; song, "Songs showed up well, while Leo Wilson Kissimmee can present the same to

I Miller left Sunday afternoon by au- Texas. teen assigned to these Past Mastersin My Mother Used to Sing" Helen lined out two nice hits and made some S. H. Bullock, receiver and receive

|tl'mohiJe] for a ten, days vacation at Furnished Flat-for-- rent. W. B. the order of their year of service I Chapman and Ruth Herzberg; recita- pretty catches. check for fourth dividend of ten per

Miami and the east coast. Harris Gazette office./ 14-tf in presiding over the lodge. tion, "The White Lily," Bctsv May; Haines City is on the menu for next rent. S. H. BULLOCK,
The lecture for the Master Mason's ,song: "Some Day," Lucile Griffin and Thursday afternoon._ 30-2te Receiver.
I' you only knew abo:'t the real Sam "Let the
degree wijl be delivered by Margaret Waring; reading,
and I Phil L. Moore, who hap been with
values, you( ran :get in si) ot's. hose Gazette Brammar, of Saint Cloud. District Old I Cat Die" Mra: J. E. Lupfer; sons:, - -- ---
;
cruodll) / McCAULEY'S, you would The for the past year, left Deputy L. S. Thornton, of Orlando is 'Grateful I 0 Loixl, Am I," Elizabeth
|be there next I Kissimmee on Sjnday.vith Mrs. '' i
for Jacksonville expected: to be present. Refreshmentswill 'Waring; prayer, J. M. Gardner.c.
I Moore and young daughter -
Rev David Lander of this city isflO to accept a position with a be served at the close of the w. GRIFFIN HONOR"TEST

w supplying the pulpit at the Au- I job printing establishmej' )' in that ci- meeting. Rubber StampsWe

[ I lu'ndule Presbyterian Church, pending ty. "The gang" here m'sH's;, him an:! BAPTIST BUILDING CIRCLEENTERTAINED Lured by the prospect of good.
the calling of a regular pastor. wishes him well. BRYAN HOME deep-sea fishing, the City Hall Anglers' I
I AT Club boarded the Sea Fairer on

Mercy! Boone was kept in shackles\ Cow Pea-$2.2r, > ,'r burs:'(!. Florida ---- Wednesday rooming and sailed southward to take orders for kind I
1 and Mrs F. C. are prepared any
could Mrs. L. R. Farmer
not
husband she '
by a jealous Feed Stoics' K"- ,luini. 't, Tla.] I to I'acific reef, 30 miles (south
lo\t See "Broken Chains" at the I Bryan entertained the Building Circle Uu who
of Miami. Members 6f the :> of Rubber Stamps Dates or Pads
j ( i-siiio next Monday and Tuesday. I Roy A. Wells son of :Mr. and Mrs.J. of the First Baptist church at the spent the half holiday at the city hall ,
after-
-- --- home of Mrs. Bryan on Monday '
Beach : all enthul'ed'on.-r
of Kennebunk yesterday were
A. Wells
and Pre9rti I inclement
Secretary U. J. Burrows On account of the
'Maine lef here last Friday for Ramsey noon. their catch Wednesday" which embraced -
i
Carson Farmer of the Kissim- not large crowd,
n: wenthcrthere was a
attended New :Jersey, en route for Kiss';m- delightful I 22 large fish, ranging :nlength I Kissimmee Valley Gazette
i ie Chamber of Commerce, but all who were there spent a r
I' mi-e, Florida, where he ia engaged$ in from 2 to 5 1-2 feet e '.ch.
f the meeting' in Orlando on Tuesday, afternoon in conversation and
. the wholesale raffia trade. Mr. Wells The anglers said that they expel i- KISSIMMEE.! FLORIDA
ilkd! the Florida DevelopmentBoard. work.
by fancy
has spent several winters in the South sandwiches enced the best fishing between Fowey:
delicious
served
and lucrative The hostess and the Pacific reef, which was
I and has built up a large I rock\
and iced tea to the following
Dots Marriage five a man the rightto business there. He is a member Mesdames T. M. Rivers, N. marked by a chain of wrecked veiielH., -
of of Commerce, and now (guests: : Dropping their lines over the submerged --
keep his wife in chains. See "Brok the Chamber C- Bryan, E. S. Hall. A. C. Chapman, I
en Chains" at the Casino next Mon- expects to make his permanent home D. Weeks: J. M. Johnston, A. A. vessels, the fishermen patrolled -
k in Florida. having disposed of his away from them getting a
and
day Tuesday. M. B. Carson H. Brinson, I
Wemiile,
--- summer business at Kennebunk strike in almost every instance, they
Announcements have been received I Beach.-Kennebunk ( Maine) Star. and M. E. Waring. 1 said. One of the eights of interestfor ? '.
in Kissimmee of the marriage of SELLS OUT for anglers was an old wine ship Are You 100% Efficient

Kenneth McPherson. formerly of Ki,,- New York Life Insurance: Co., Sam ENGLAND, TO M. I. STOUTG. that became stranded on a reef about

simniee to Miss Betty Haile, at Mail- L Lupfer, local representative. 14tfc six years ago.C. .

place land last Florida.Tuesday.The wedding took William R. Rush and Louis Fricke A. England, last Saturday sold\ the guest W. Griffin of honor of Kissimmee.of the club was on If not why not? Come and let us treat you and

spent the best part of Tuesday cleaning his interest in the Midway Grocery, I their cruise. They returned to Mi get you in the pink of Health for the increased

The $30,000 prize winning story, up the croquet ground on Main to his partner, M. I. Stout. ami about 6:30 p. m. Wednesday.I .-
"Broken Chains." You'll rove aboutit street. Dirt flew and was trembled This popular groceryman opened I Miami Herald.' business that is sure to be here soon. In about

when it comes. At the Casino, down, weeds were scattered in all\ directions the store, with Mr. Stout a year age I six weeks the city will be filled with tourists seeking -
next Monday and Tuesday. and were gathered up and last April buying' the previous .storeof CARD OF THANKS
piled the parkway. Several gallons G. M. Taylor. He will\) leave shortly Health. Our offices will be filled with Health
and her on with Mrs. England and We' wish to thank our friends
Mrs. Henry Castelbury consumed and for, Michigan, ; many
daughter, Miss Margaret Castlebury, when of the water evening were sun dipped down the children, to make the trip by au- and neighbors who assisted us seekers. We can give more time to each case now

who have been visiting in Kissimmee behind the adjoining hencoop the tomobile. His many friends in Kis- through the illness and death of our than we can at that time. We cure or help the
with Mrs. W. H. Swain and family, tools gathered simmee are glad to know that he will beloved husband and father also the .
completed,
have returned to their home in Thom- work"and was the workers returned home return in the fall, probably In September. American Legion' Post and the Wo- following after all others fail :

fisville, Georgia. up tired but happy." He has not announced his plans mans Auxiliary and all others for the
I I
- for the future. many beautiful floral tributes, and assure -
Love broke the chains that bound NOTICE them that the kindness will nev- -UEl.D.CHEUrYIELDING COUGII

her to a brutel! A boy smashed the NOTICEI er be. CONSTIPATION -SOUR STOMACH
chackles that made her a slave! See Pursuant to Section '182, ordinances forgotten.Mrs.. L. M. KENTON -BRIGHT'S DISEASE '

"Broken Chains" at the Casino next* of the city of Kissimmee, all dogs' wish to thank my many friends AND FAMILY. STOMACH TROUBLEAPI'ENDJCITIS

Monday and Tuesday. running at large in the city of Kissimmee and customers for the most pleasant I -SLUGGISH LIVERBRONCmTIS
Gilbert left onI I must be muzzled: on and after nineteen years of business relations ORLANDO MATRESS FACTORY 4
J. R.
Mrs. I
Mr. and IATISMSCIATICA
Tuesday for Jacksonville, to visit July 28, until September 5. Any dog together. And now as I have closed ,Will take care of your mattress trou- )

their daughter, Mrs. Edwin Pound. found on the itreets oil .and after Ju- my dry goods business and V.leased my of 'I'I bIas Pillows, Pads cushions, Box- AND ALL DISEASES DUE TO SLUGGISH CIRCULATION i
be Mr. E. Fox
accompanied Orem, Iv 28 without proper muzzle: will service station to springs,. etc. 500 West South St. I
Mrs. E. Sanborn *'
extend to him ". ,1
,
visiting Impounded, and in caM the fees are Indiana ask that you 804. *s''
time Orlando Fla. Phone
and will spend tome ,
friend in that city. riot paid and dog released within the loyal support you have ,given me. My four years college training' enables tt
three days, will be shot. I A. S. GILBERT. TO THE PUBLIC l
:
Florid Sanitarium and Hospital, C. H. DRIGGERS me to give 1any .manipulative treatment i .

Orlando. Florida. Medical, Surgical: , Jl-2tc / Chief oft Police. WOODYARD' MOVED Having sold my I Interest in the Midway .. known to the': p'ovemenf .cure." ": ,!, : I

Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. COMMANDER FOR POLK COUNTYC. I have moved my woody rd from i Grocery" and. I wish severed to express.my connection .mv .. '- '
Equipment modern, rest, dletphysi.ologi..al il6 Brack street to 121 Main street, therewith
: ,
Unexcelled in still prepared t. furnish appreciation to. the public for their J. A. Ray. MrSJ.'R. :Rib6lett!
therapeutics. 24-tf C. Commander, of Florence Villa where am generous patronage daring the time # : ;: <
blocksInch
the Southeast. of customers with 120 veneer
for ten was manager ny I
who year. the
C of the proprietors -
I was 'one MECHANOTHERAPISTSr "
Mr and"Mr..E.\, : .Meyer returnedto the Florence; Citrus Growers'Association of the locks- /,$2.96.delivered.Split for.for$S.16j; stove-wood; .12-inch,] tore. < G. A...ENGLAND.Reading . . ; ." . '
has been named manage .L: .
Kissimmee, yesterday: after several strand '16-inch''for I ar.alr' D1;. ; '' ,4 ,.
Citrus Sub.Excha.nge.fUesucceeda rnaranteed full ; Co : ; ( : ,, : .SPed"'Iata. ;
days vacation at Tampa and vicinity. Polk county : ., makes a/",full man, conrerlation.a *>: .: J.;II.l. ..'
for WJlC. Get
C. H. Walker;who; w 'reently (3.85( ; 12-inch, your 7 ...... : .. UJf .1 ... .
; They/wip leave tomonW rolnto fof San"fOrd1rb.r. .appointed general! manager 'oI I rioter's. lupply'.1ow:/ .4U'dellvered.lf. : /! ready?man;*',nd, ; . .. "'I'l".t., o. . ., -' .'I-" - -' . a:. _.. s.- if
: .
Mrv Meyer will "they I he' Exchan .., uppI7.l""ompaD'.:" ' ?'hon 91. ,$' Boma i .12-ti' matt. _-Bacon.' wri4lnFcailIxack -.- ,
tiled land. > (1
lelery on : -
raising
game ,... 1."rJ .,
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\ HOLLOW LOG OR' BOARD FREEMASONRY AND EDUCA.
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1. I d a e BOX POOR DIVE FOR BEES 'TION c Cas -
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I The old-faehioneedd\ muzzle-loading 'Freemasonry has always been the

shotgun is no more out of date than earnest advocate of popular educationand
,.. I in the keeping of bees in hollo logs the staunch defender. of the
.t'' 'i. and board box types of j>i* r often American public school.In .
used by beekeepers In4 certain com recent year this interest has SANITARYDAIAYCOMILK
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'.. i: 'I munities. More than this,, the honey been Intensified and the. various
bee has: proved that it-is worthy anddeserving blanches of the 'great, Order have 6ICE
I CREAMIIIp.'t1Yi
of the latest and best typeof made large-appropriations for educa-.
\ house. 0 tion.
I Call 'Phone Too many persons fail to'give this I The Grand Encampment of Knights

industriousworker friend' the proper II'TemlI"1)) ! of the United States of ,AmericA -
chance to serve its master to ,the beat At Its meeting in New Orleans .
advantage Top/;many keepers leave i last year, founded an educational
.., their colonies to make the best of the j movement which' is far-reaching in- its k s'os
.. I,very poor houses yards and surrounding scope.! :
I Into \\hlch they pro placed. ,j 'I'lie rym of $100,000" was net aside a
L LI. Such practices are yrv' : > similar to !:. the beginning of an endowment: I j jit.Te
those which are found in the raising J t; income therefrom only to be used
i of !scrub cattle or razorback hogs. I am a little "ThJrstle: ," J (,,- the' !purposes of the foundation.A .

j I In urging upon citrus growers; : inpal.ticular and when you are a little I sum of Sl.OO per capita per r.n- ATTENTION,
the importance of keeping; i jnj;1.. vas. levied I' upon (iOO.OOO( ) KivijrlitsJ'iHinl.ir FATHERSSanitary
i1 I a few colonies of bee, Frank Stirlinjr, thirsty, I whisper a tragic i : in th'> United States for this i ii

.1 ;lof fhe State Plant Board of Florida, word in ear that is a I 'pUI1 OFt.. One-half thereof is to be -
I insists that the bee be given better your ::ddc! !' to the Permanent J : Endowment ..
(opportunities saying:: "Too often. delightful cure for thirst I\\Th* other Wolf together with the incanc Dairy milk is
they are assigned to any old and out- ; of Che endowment is to be dis- the milk for
I of-the-\\av corner of the grove or tnbi.ti l bv the\ Grand Commanderi..tI.I yjur folks.
: I, farm. Then the hive is occasionally ?I@r s | in proportion to their payments into It will benefit your baby.
I opened and a small or large quantity the fund, for the purpose of aiding Your wife and childrenwill
I. j lof honey removed with not even a IrangeCRUSH j ration.' ' their edu- like it and it will be
( thought as to the source from vhich -
I I' this wonderful product comes or to ,I ing nia'le'frDm the members, and the good for you.

the possibilities of increased! production i I money will be available July 1, 1924.
"So 1 the People May Know"The through systematic attention and The Grand Master in making the

.i II. the application of advanced beekeep- I recommendation He said: .ANITARYDAIRY(9.(

ing; methods. "I feel that the Grand, Encampment "oslae, .
"With the proper managementthese I can !build no greater monument nor ) "
, Valley Gazettes desire it to few colonies could be made to for Thirst also I inaugurate a more worth-while move- j 'ljour91/, l"nan/
print all the new all the time but produce not only a little honey for ment than to put, into effect a plan
.,., T Sinless- items are sent in by phone, . the family table but a product to fill LemonCrushLimeCrushWard'"Cnubea"owe that will provide educational advantages 1 .
card or 1 letter, we cannot hope to get one of the crying; needs of the world ; for the youth of our. beloved. coun- j f
it all. If you know of any item of a product that the-world wants badly try, thereby enabling them to become - -
news" The Valley Gazette will" be very and ne.t'r'ets/ enough of. their more useful members of society and BOY SCOUTS AID II. S. BU-
\ glad to print it. "The only profitable way to keep distinctive and delightful .(better citizens of the Republic: BEAU OF NATURALIZATIONUnknown

Club Society, Lodge Church or bees is in .a hive with movable* frames. flavor to the natural fruit Both young men and young womenin _
This flakes{ possible a greater reduction undergraduate work will share in to the public generally.
School notes; people going away or .' of honey and at the same Time oils of orange, lemon and the fund. since the Fall of 1919 a most important
coming back marriages deaths
births, itema; concerning "visitors or reduces the amount of labor necessary limes. To these'have been The Grand Commandei of the spvcial piece of Americanization
building operations real estate deals to spend upon the bees. It also' added cane various states have taken up the mat- work has been carried on in a qqiet
neighbors moving in or going out, antiLi reduces the danger from" diiia.'es end I citrus fruit pure juices sugar U. S. ter with enthusiasm!! and are cooperating way by the Boy Scouts of America..
fact anything that will make The insect rodent enemies. with the Grand Encampment to When a foreign-born resident signl.
. Valley Gazette more interesting. II.re.ders. I II certified food color fruit I raise a very large endowment.The fies his. desire to become a citizen be
WEATHER BUREAU RECORDS TOHELP acid is at once an object of
and carbonated water. Supreme Council of the Soottikh sympathetic
CLIMATE COMPARISONSAs : solicitude in the Bureau of
I Rite, Northern Jurisdiction, has Natural.
The Valley Gazette's. motto is: "So result of-a--conference climatic COCA-COLA BOTTLING I established a scholarship fund und ir.ation of the department of labor at
a on
the People May Know" and to that cycles called sometime WORKS thereby a number of young: people Washington. One expression of this
end we ask your co-operation. I by John C. Merriam president of ago the Kis>immee., Florida may secure an education who otherwise interest in him is nn effort to induce
1-. Carnegie Institution of Washington, might/: be denied this advantage.The him to attend the nearest public
Scottish Rite of the Southern school class of instruction for such
'Help us boostKissimmee"NOTICE i a widely diverse group of scientistswere lo('! :>\
uould-lie I In
brought together in a helpful Jurisdiction is taking a most. 1I.tiveI citizens. the Fall of
way for the exchange of views and I interest in educational matteis, and is. IU! 9. the Bureau sought the aid of
for mutual aid in future work. Representatives LARGE LEATHER LOSSES supporting the movement to create a the Boy Scouts in this. work in order
from the United States CAN BE GREATLY REDUCED federal department of education witha provide the personal friendly touch
. department of agriculture were Chas.F. --- secretary in the 1'ri-nident'r cabinet. necessary to winning: the confidenceof
Marvin chief, and five other scien- In calling attention to the need for .11 also! endorses a national university these. foreign-born who wish to become
it Ii tists from the weather bureau; also more study' of the cure of hides, the I at Washington supported by the gov- citizens.. of the United Statei.
Dr. F. V. Covjlle from the bureau of making of leather and its care, the. 'fernmcrit, English us the language of A plan wall devised by which the
I plant industry. Others attending; the Bureau of Chemistry of the United instruction in the grammar grade's:! cards of invitation issued by the Bureau -
conference represented the Carnegie States Department of Agriculture adcquute provision. for the. instruction of Naturalization would be dia-
I Institution, the Astrophysical Observatory says that the farm which produces!!! of alien populations, and other. tubuted personally by Boy Scouts.Chief .
Columbia University Yale the raw materials uses more of the. educational movements 'di.signed to Scout Executive James E.
University Clark University and the finished product tha n does any other promote the highest efficiency and West is in receipt of an enthusiastic
Geological Survey. industry. The total number of hides widest effectiveness of the American letter from Haymond F. Crist Commissioner .
, OF SCHOLARSHIP UNCLE SI Much diversity of opinion was expressed and skins used in making: leather in public school. of Naturalization stating
EXAMINATION concerning the fundamental this country in 1914 was more than --------- that during the last fiscal year. 116r-|
Uncle Si Perkins placed his folded question of the reality of climatic 140,000,000 costing the tanners it is USE HEAD NOT HEELS. 475 such, cards. were sent to 471 dt-
',' Competitive examinations will beheld newspaper on top of the vinegar barrel cycles. Among: studies bearing upon estimated $240,000,000 plus $45,000- FARM WOMAN:' ADVISES ics for distribution bringing the total
at the High School Building removed his spectacles and pro- complex cycles of recurrences which 000 worth of tanning, currying, and OTHERS OF HER: KIND number so distributed. since the inception -
Kissimmee Florida beginning at 9 duced a twist of natural leaf. have marked the history of past centuries finishing materials. The factory 'value of the plan to approximately
i o'clock a. m., Tuesday July 17, 1923, "Been readin' a piece" said he, mention was made of the of leather goods made from these The problems of the farm woman 400000. Mr. Crist quotes from the
for the purpose of awarding one "about the duty o' folks to respect counting measuring and identification materials is estimated at more than are many and varied but the most. report of the Detroit Americanization
scholarship to the Teachers' Collegeof the Courts. It reminds me right of tree rings on the part of Dr. $650.000,000 for which the ultimateuser vexing one is the lack of equipmentto Committee for li.22 (that city's bi,.
the University of Florida and one sharply of a lot o' talk that was goin' A. E. Douglass! of the University of probably paid at least $1,000- carry on the daily duties. that confront gest year) what he says is typical of
scholarship to the School of Educa- on durin' the war about privates re- I Arizona. Another study of interestto 000000. her in the home. This chargewas the effect of this good turn cooperation
tion of the Florida State College for spectin' their officers. As I remember those present had to do with sedi- Better methods of tanning says the recently. made by a Florida house- by the Boy Scouts is having upon
women. This examination is it, the' wa'n't no chance o' l lickin' mentary alluvial deposits which show department should materially reduce wife to a gathering of women in a rural -' local authorities\ :
candidates who are citizens andreal- the Germans if privates didn't learnto I layerlike formations not unlike the the cost of shoes and harness to the i district of this state. "The personal delivery of invitations .
dent. of Osceola county approved salute right an' feel plum' stuffed I rings on trees which give some Indi. ,farmer. Country butchers and far "We have few running: water systems to attend public schools delivered
moral character and habit, graduates with respect when a officer went by. cation of varying: weather or climatic mers now supply about thirty per- lighting/ plants oil stoves! fireless to the adult alien at his home by
,, of Senior High Schools. or their full I "It kind o' -tickled me. You can't conditins prevailing in remote ares cent of the hides and skins used in cookers, and steam pressures," the Boy Scout, 'must have been one
equivalent, and over 16 years old. The make nobody respect nothin' unless of the'past.. Studies of this kind are this country. Carelessness) lack of she declared. "We have little know). of the big factors In filling our immigration -
questions for the examination will be he feels that way An' if a officer is of especial interest in affording an knowledge( of taking off, curing, and edge of what really constitutes 'our education classes last year"
deservin' o' respect he' to to conditions in, selling these hides-and skins the and
based on the following: Four years a-goin' opportunity compare ; cause profession of housekeeping, we
of work in High School English one git it without askin' for' it. previous eras with climate conditionsof loss of about one third of the valueto 'lack the desire to learn more about it. In New York a man burned his
\year in High School Algebra Ancient. "Men respects the hind end of a the present day as shown in the the farmer. These losses are at And what we know about thrift could wife's clothes to keep her from running -
History American History and Civics. mule an' a bee' an' the front end of a records of the weather bureau.A least $15,000,000 annually. be said in a dozen words. Many of us. around. No one noticed. the dif
g' Candidates for these scholarships Billy goat, because these things is The long-used vegetable tanning do not even seem to have the desireto ference.
h will please communicate with me for. respectable. An' the' ain't no kind o' burglar entered the residence ofa materials which are direct productsof spend money wisely. I dare say
further information. I law or propaganda can make men respect country editor in Iowa. The bur- the forest! and the farm are total that this condition is largely; due to The man who can't get his wife'
r C. E. YOWELL a worm, because a worm ain'trespectable glar managed to save his underclothes ly inadequate at the present time, plain unadulterated indifference on attention. any other way will find thst
30-2t County Superintendent. ., an' eyer'body what's got to escape in. says the department of agriculture our part.. he is most successful if he talks III
? knows it. to supply the country's needs. his sleep.STEARNS'ELECTRIC.
any sense Let the farmer forever be honored "No doubt this is the situation all
S Let us never forget that the cultivation "Folks is a-goin'; to respect the in his calling, for they who laborin Through better processes. and more over the country, to a certain extent
of the earth is the most im- Courts as long as the Courts is respectable the earth the chosen intelligent; case many millions of dollars but that is no excuse for its existence. .
portant labor of man.-Daniel Web- an' not a danged bit longer. God.-Thomas are Jefferson. peopleof can he conserved annually in anywhere. Salvation lien in our putting -
i ster. Folks in this day is got too much leather goods The department of ;; our homes on a business basis.
sense to believe in fairy tales. They agriculture has published bulletins. and in having nil the modern equipment -
;y'. To keep ink from spreading when want to be showed. An' the' won't 666 quickly relieves Consti- dealing with the tanning hides. and we can afford. We must. use.
I marking clothes first trace with a never come a time, son, when folks pation Biliousness Headaches the care of leath'r-.hoeM.. harness. our heads instead of our heels.. I
i> I heavy pencil and then go over the like us will respect a Court what acts belts, .tc.-to make it wear longer.: "There is no excuse for our lack of
pencil marks with the ink. crooked or hypocritical or foolish." Colds. and Lagrippe. ------ information with .s6 much good reading -

I = - -- ----.-- -- - -- --- HUNTER GOES DOWN:' CLIFF matter in our magazines an'l I the PASTE
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----- - -- - TO SHOOT MOUNTAIN:' LION:' free literature sent out by our state
m-otmlnd M the ru..ranlaKl exterminator
: I --- --
t o1oSCA; 4THAT ti17UN6r II ISN'T IT COMXNTICTWO&E < Government hunters! engaged in and national home demonstration, for CockJtwctiM.. Walerbun.. Ann, (tats and.
Mlw.Pon't
workers. Then in addition to this
HOMEq HCCRORY la"r t4 r r AREN'T weep us predatory animal control work some- free literature we have the free trrlnc I lh* <> tt*
"'' AUp9 1 t'mes have to perform feat sufficiently may with nut say: niwrimeawlpreparation
PQOpp6ING To ova ly vcN!, JUST 61 services of our home demonstration llqnida or
..
FANNY ( thrilling for movies. Charley agents who come, at our beck and
'SWEET1(1 Miller, a co-operative hunter under Ready for Uae-Better than Trap.
the Biological Survey of the United Vail, to our very threshold" to help u' :a o.. box are loos. box tlMSOLD
with
HOME , ;- States Department of Agriculture recently our-problems.- EVERYWHERE
q I brought in the famous old
God
Almighty first planted a garden -
.e'o '. V aJ'n r' art 7 WJiiteriver lion in the Arizona district ; and indeed it is the purest of
1 having; made his catch under un human pleasures; it is the greatest.
t s usually difficult comHtSona.) This. refreshment to the spirits of man.-
1 ForOearitw31 mountain lion, which was thought to Bacon, SUMMER EXCURSION [FARES
be "Fair and be a jaguar because of the size of his "
track was reported at the Whiteriver Fill *er Up Bill FROM:
Wanner"Terry! crossing by cowmen who had suffered "Brick" Stilwell writes in to sav KISSIMMEE
his depredations that life is getting to be just one darn
. 'r Miler has a pack of wire- red oil station after another.WRlGlEYS. V w V w v vwW WW --
: ".. terriers and these were at oni'e*" put
,. Tickets on sale daily to:
i j on the trail of the lion, which never
b1 : before had been hunted other than

= ..SN with hounds. The lion took to the 4950PHILADELPHIA
cliffs immediately and there tried to
whip the dogs out as he had whipped
Cilkison several other packs. The little ter- ATLANTIC CITY ___- 68.62

riers would not yield however and Take it home to NEW YORK __________ 69.88

A on even the followed side of their the quarry cliff. into When a cave he ; '.!1 .the. kids. BOSTON ____h_______ 82-A4

PACLI/M6 NtK> AWNS CEKiAJ WELL iT MAY Be AheoPo5N found that charging the dogs two or . NIAGARA FALLSMONTREAL ____ 83.10_
IN MY HEART/ WITH vrOO 6V51D6. OF MAQRIAft,9 ,. IT HOMEHABITS three times did not scare them off the Nave a packet in __________ 92.30:;.
MY < I CAN WEATHtR ANY SOUND 'TO ME. LIKe A lion went back into the den. your pocket for an PORTLAND;-ME.= ==: -91.514
Miller then arranged that anotherman
t r StOt1M.YOWRB TH6 BENTON __ 73.25
HARBOR
WEATHER ,
T l with him should let him down ever-ready treat
SdXKHWE Oa MY- I EPORT 1 lif f/ IA''1! 'CuINT f fS over the face of the cliff by means ofa ST. PAUL .___ 94.90

D 1t Y. u5A' rope. Dangling in front of the open- A delicious oahtr ASHEVILLE ___. 38.20
"HOMe ing of the den, Miller shot the lion After 110. aad..1 lid to HENDERSONVILLE .- 36.9
t >> HABIT' and then dragged him out Having 13X2g
the .teeth. spouts, SAN FRANCISCO.= (
LATELY ? secured the prey the hunter was then
N q1a I /WOT-WKV/ pulled to safety at the top of the cliff. Every IiplIioL PORTLAND, ORE. __- US.OS

'. HOTWE'LL The lion, which was probably one of 'I
lara 1 PRINT ITIR.FS.SAYr\ the largest ever killed in the stats, and many other East

; .,, had been very destructive to live Meal ern and Western' points.
.T stock in the general neighborhood of
HIS WIPEWHIcTLES White and Black River Stop Overs permitted.For .

Seated h its
WHEN SHB1C ---- -Rtttaea------ Ferity Package 1e Schedules, ,reservations
toYa1AT Eyes
etc. Consult,
floe By neglect they: ,ret red and sort and yon ,
,iouaeft4 t let them go. Don't do It. 1/eonardi'a ,

i- : pain Golden,In Ky_ one Lotion da,..cures. Cools-soreness heals without- and ATLANTIC COAST. LINE; .

; ., .trenrthena t Insist ,'en baring "Leo.- ,. WV 8. .-
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, e ,ardl'. -It make strong eyes t Phone 11'I1cket' eIIC.. "
I' Guaranteed or money refunded.. An t .'w
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'. oQol )CLASHES OF FLORIDA: FUB-FARMING PROBLEMS
FACTS
CALOMEL I '
OF
AMERICAN LEGION
IOBS '
BEING
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j I'I NOTES '(By" Moa s Folsom) SOLVED BYBIOLOGICAL .

I had a talk with a man the, other SURVEYThe

NAUSEA AND DANGER California i* preparing to demonstrate day who came to the United States in.
rapid within the
development
her advantages to the 150,000 his 19th year, with $15,-a loanfrom
IjVIedicinaf World war fighters expected to attend his brother, with which to begin life United States of the industry of rearing -
: Virtues Retained and'1m the American Legion's nationalconvention in.i a strange' land having a language liver and cross foxes ha necessitated

1 proved-Dangerous and Sickening in San Francisco next October he did not understand. He made the particular efforts on the part
(Qualities Removed. "Perfected Tablet Citizens- from outlying: cities trip across the Atlantic ocean in the of the
biological of the United
Called "Calota bll. .. and towns industrial and commercial steerage of a sailing, vessel and landed survey

I latest triumph of modern science centers, .rarnfng: reclons'and" the in New Yotty on,1* cod| snowy Nov States department of agriculture to
|4.The.a "do-naaaeated" calomel tablet ranch country will assemble in the ember day' and the wind cut him,.,he workout practical methods for handling
known to the drug trade "Calot.b..' convention city to welcome the visi said like a knife. After five yearsof the problem constantly confront-
| of .all ing the fur farmer, regarding the
nedclneehthuemoatentersrauponuoj torsrCalifornia's)' struggle in the metropolis, he had
and wider refln- products and, her enough to payhis to Jacksonville health of animals captivity.t Our- '
of popularity.purtfled as- money way :
.MW d from those objectionable- -qualities sets of wealth are to be displayed ef by steamer. That was thirty fig the year past'a Urge. percentage YOLKS +WHITES[ = EGGS
heretofore limited its use. of fox farms in this country and Can ,
whklh have fectively in a- large electrical paradeto years ago. He had his early ups I
In biliousness and InYllirestloii.constipation and In a head-great be held on one of the evenings during and downs in Florida's Gateway; City, ada were visited by representativesof j
Jxarloty ,of liver .tom <:h and kidney convention week. Every county but being skilled in his occupation, he the bureau for the purpose of studying

Itroublid calomel waR the meet often suecetsIful ,.- in the state will be represented by I mede some money, which he-invested practice-of feeding and management For every egg. yolk in ,a hen's body i
remedy but Its use WM ne" in real estate.He employed and 'conditions affecting I.
I account of its sickening qual-, floats bearing typical exhibits, enhanced now pays taxeson
cted the health and of she
l on fecundity must have white to
million dollars of ,, enough complete -
rlilvn. NOW It !III the easiest and most by groups of pretty girls and a quarter worth
I pleasant of medicine to take. Onet'altab ornamented \by electrical,effects. One property, which is constantly increasIng the animals, and conferring with fox and lay an egg. If her feed lacks material
ranchers ,
[ at bedtime with a swallow of in value. Moral regarding: problems requiring
hundred bands invest in Florida
cities
representing
I .at..r, -that'. all. No taste, no irrlliiliiK. and land. tolutlon. for whites she absorbs the excess ..yolks'and' 3
nuuHea. no ...It.. A iroodliiiuht'i towns, many of them from legion '
. no sled and when a morningey o posts, will march in the procession. The last legislature passed: what is Returns to from a questionnaire sent gets too fat to lay. "Boarders" don't even
out in the fur-
aro feeling flue, a a Visiting legionnaires, who will have known as the motor title act. Under persons engaged pay
for feed '
and big appetite. Eat farming in this the they eat.
I purified system a r its' industry countrywere
provisions automobile
marched in the military every own-
No dinner. customary I
plense I but it -estimated
what incomplete
you ,
I In of the er must file with the state competroller X
('al<.lab" are sold only original( parade on one convention mornings that at least 500 ranches 1
".-..1..11 'packaues" price thirty-live cents will be permitted to sit on t.he'' at Tallahassee, a statement that are raising
[ for the lame, family package: ten side-lines to watch the California silver foxes in the United States, that Purina Makes.Hens Pay ;
trial Bis. Your evi-dence have :
J cents for the" small :! they between 12,000 and 15,000
-druggist Is auMiorUed to refund the boosters demonstrate their state upon payment foxes in captivity and that the valueof PURINA'C
I price .II n iruai-ntite, that you will be pride. I I I of one dollar, a certificate of 9
the investment is about 8000000. Purina Hen Chow and Chicken
ItlHiroiiKhly delighted with Calotabs. Chambers of Commerce and legion I i i!ownership is issued; and without this There is indication internal pj 'j
| (Adv.) 'certificate the owner is liable to that Chowder fed make 111.11
pouts throughout the state are pre- pun- parasites of foxes are prevalent, and together LII
paring to spend a quarter of a million 1!,ishment for misdemeanor. Application -
studies are being made to determine more because they contain slwa..aewplenty
I<+x--:.( dollats on floats for the night parade. blanks can be had from the eggs
I' effective agents for their.removal and of white
) comptroller and from automobile both
;
[< BONNIE: BELLE BEAUTY SHOP Alvin bwsley, national commanderof 1|'agencies. The act took 'effect on improved metboda of administering
oQo lure W. S. Graham the American Legion, has received July 1st. remedies The most important par. and yolk elements. ',
letter from asites found are hookworms, roundworms They will get more eggs
Sir ,I
Perfect Sutlsfnctlon Ouarant.;d.r i a Douglas Haig commander flukes
lungworms
IIA1KQHK A SPECIALTY! of the British forces during> An oil and fish scrap machine to tape- for you or your money
r; the World war, thanking him for a utilize non-edible fish has been installed worms, and coccidia. Valuable information paid (or the Chows will berefunded. PURINA
has been obtained to the
0 Phone 235 105 Park Ave. Qo message to the recent convention of I,' at St. Andrews and what has as .
the British Legion from the American ,:long been waste material will be occurrence of such parasites among Start feeding [HICKEN 1
'r
.
.: :->0-:->(o-k----: 40v r:{ }{ 000 wild foxes, and investigations have now.
delivered Hanford turned into stream of dol-
by a golden
lorR'anlzation.
--- - ) (HOWDLP
been made with to the
: MacNider, of Mason City, Iowa. I llnrs. Other units machines will regard sus- :
OYIly. | O, F. KIUUBS' W. i, STEED or ceptibility of., fox at various .
"It seems to me that splendid be in as faRt increase in the pups
KRIBBS & STEED words found echo in your the hearts of put 'will as ages to infestation as compared with \Ull'( [ .a.aa.-
business warrant.
an Day by day, 'WWW\ l \ ] IJII r1Illll ,
adults Numerous ether subjects relating ( l 1111Lnt1I fU '
the letter stated in
01\0 .Attorueja and 'ouMaelors mt LawKl..Immre every one present, I[ every way, Florida is growing in to the health of foxes have
lion Klorlda in part. "T o your wish, 'Let us be { wealth and population. been studied. 9 Q
.. comrades in pence,' I hasten to assure I --
aid Oeaeril pra. le* all State age -
iCL, IJBlled Stales Cearts. you that that is the sincere wish of. What is known as the Adamson Successfulresults in the control of ...-.
member of the British Legion. Public Library, built at a cost of '
every the in
its attacks
aphis
on cannery -
:nl.b I'AT JOHNSTON Q. P. GARRETT The aims of our respective legionsseem :hundred thousand dollars with twen'l pea peas in southern California as
to be identical for all practical ty-five thousand books to start the result of extensive experiments .4
tlIe JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW purposes, and I hope that by some will soon be opened at Orlando. Gifts I undertaken in the vicinity of San Jose FLORIDA FEED STORES i
.f books have rl
made it
raJ.It means we English-speaking ex-serv- rare been to by have been reported to the Bureau of
ice men may become more closely af leading/ citizens. A public library is Entomology of'the United States De- !
this UN |oflic; : 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank filiated. ,Please convey to your colleagues an asset to any city or town. I partment of Agriculture. The experi-

Building. of the American Legion the ments indicate that sufficiently inex- .
bile The truck growers of Sanford have 306 Broadway
heart-felt"thanks of the British Legion '
KISSUUIEE.o'LORJDA control measures will be
IIcb organized what has been named the 'pensive
of for your assurance of fellowship : Florida Vegetable Growers' worked out in the near future.
Corpor-
of Mill. riedner Elll )'. DaIs I I which we cordially reciprocate. ation. R. B. Chapman is president TELEPHONE YOUR NEEDS
'11 The legion was represented at the Federal pel mils for 1923 have been US
deruch I I I John Meisch, vice president and L. I. 1
PLEDGER & DAVIS 'convention of British veterans by Mr. issued to 770 persons who are cooperating -
i MacNider and Milton J. Foreman, of Frazier secretary.The in bird-banding work with the

ace be ATTO R N R Y S-A T-1.A W Chicago, past national commanders. Atlantic Coast Line road is to Biological Survey of the United States Call Up No. 218.ONEEIGHT '

-- be extended 48 from Ml- Department of Agriculture. In 1920, ?
miles Fort
!tea. State Bank HullJInnKISSIMMEK Two American lads in Spain 12
when this work became regular activity -
a
to the town of Marco the Gulfof !
the I ors, on .
und 14 old sons of an American ( )
[Ju- :, FLORIDA i years Mexico, noted for itsfisheries.. of the Biological Survey, 89 I
killed in the World war will enter the
4 volunteered to assist and
I| I Railroads well public highwaysare persons
I I as as
national contest of the American "
essay were supplied with the
necessary per-
being impfovod and extended in
"llsF DR. R. J. DENNING Legion according to a ruling of I'all parts of Florida.A mits. In 1921, the number increasedto -
Garland W. Powell, Director of the 189, and in 1922 to 652. Birdband- i

,tie DENTIST National Americanism Commission of letter to Senator Fletcher from ing co-operators serve without pay,

''ID- Over the Postoffice. the legion which has supervision of Assistant' Secretary of Agriculture, I their motive being the desire to as-

' OFFICE HOURS.: a to IS.30. 1:10 t. I..RuldNlce the contest.' Pujfsley, who is acting as Chief in the sist in increasing our knowledge of Gazette "Want Ads" Do the Work 1
mgIt Phone 174- The bovs have resided in Barcelona absence of Secretary Wallace, who is ''birds ,
Office Phone 158 Spnin with their mother Mrs. R. A. with President Harding on his western 'I
,tal Ilinden j I since the death of their father, trip contains the gratifying in- 'day in each of the months of February .. '1 1T
\
finely- who was a victim of the German submurine formation that market news service', and June and on the third Thursday <

warfare early in 1917. A _. .. ,.. .... ,,
t quell'tion is to be extended to the fruit, vegetable -I in August. papers are forwarded - as''''''' -:-<'- '-==- "- <-4-= < .i rii
she P. A. VANS AGNEW \ as to eligibility because they I and live stock growers of the to the state superintendent to be ; :: .
,
'osit. were not attending! an American !;;southeastern states, by telegraph and graded. i ir

i I ATTORNEYATLAWOFFICES school had art Powell made the i I radio from a central office at Atlanta. _... __. ,
ofra { ruling which permitth them to join the I The movement to bring thisabout A monthly called the Florida Magazine I ,., ) 1
Winter Park. Florida I j competition. I was inaugurated by Commissioner L. is now .being issued as a supple-- & I :

lOll a More than 250,000 school children I, M Rhodes, of the Florida State Marketing ment to a number of the papers of )!
ore expected to participate in the annual the state. It is printed in Jacksonville I "
who made to .
I Bureau a trip
"440004444440400 contest of the legion, the and finely illustrated publication I I I"I"I,I
4-04000400C I essay Washington, D. C.. last August, wherehe I
t.Ir;: subject of which is to be "Why America secured the active support; of: the I with text creditable to all con ti! '

by <. TURNER MARBLS & GRANITE Should Prohibit Immigration for Florida CongressionaJ delegation as cerned. It"will do much to advertise g m; I' i

ne 0 CO IPANTAMPA 0 j I Five Years." well as that of the members.from the I Florida in a high class manner, and it
III- Qo ___ is hoped that more papers may take it
other states of the southeast. He
time after National Commander '
short
A I.
f., < MONUMENTS ,< Alvin Owsley, of the Amer' followed this up with letters to the up as feature" ..- ,,,,-.-:'-" ;k" ''" ', :1' Makes ItJiasier 't.o'if1} Fr
4 4 ,,
various State MarketingBureaus and !
vbIn oQo I ican Legion left the crack flyer, Now comes Albert 'Uodg s,t of : .
e. M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimmee "Olympian" at Aberdeen, S. D., the other state and farm organizations t& Route 1, Orlando, with a leaflet' in /
*
' < train wrecked and five cars ditch- join him in his effort, and with scarce he declares that '
if- was which picture making .Er1v. ) \
0040004444S949FQ000000000l. -
f1.1 \
I ed. The legion leader was on his way ,, ly an exception this was cordially violates the second commandment. He ,II : ,Jt .

.._.._.."._:.4+..0 :4404-0'09'L.044049'44 ] to Aberden from Montevideo Minn., i given.I II This new service will be established I gives a number of passages of Scrip- , ..... ; .... -
at an early date and will .1. / )1"P'
e'. :. I Ito deliver an address. Although Com- ,,, ture in which the making of "images"and i\-II \ ,
''ItIII J M. TILLER :t mander' Owsley has travelled on a mean a great convenience as well asa "likenesses" are forbidden. \. I
: speaking tour covering forty states financial benefit to all growers and \ @ \ .. \ .
t: Kcal Estate Agency g I since his election he has never been :;;:shippers in the territory south of the The Lakeland Star-Telegram, in an I (@

<. I in a train wreck. lie spoke to 4,000 Potomac and Ohio and east of the editorial entitled "What Excuse Have II \ _

- FIRE LIFE. AM:' ) ACCIDENT I people in Aberdeen. Mississippi rivers.A I We For Living?" says: "Those who I irtrr I \.
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<. INSURANCE want to grasp the vital things, the III I r. I' -
INDEMNITY BONDS I "Unionism is indebted to the Amer- new, certification law for Florida big things are they who are able to r '" "t"r'" !
4 00 ican Legion for the fight you waged :'school' teachers took effect July 1. It :look beyond self to see in every man I ,,\' ( ,

":->-Qo"X--> against unrestricted immigration I I provides i for fourteen kinds of teach- land every woman a potential influ II' '
which prevented the dumping of foreign i i er'R certificates to-wlt: Temporary, on God's great scheme of things .

hordes upon our shores to destroythe primary, third grade, second grade, and to realize that there is room for

standard of living wages" John first grade, professional, special graduate each and every one of us in that

., S. B. AULTMANREAL Walker, president of the Illinois Fed- state, life primary.. life first scheme in helping to banish everything -;

. eration of Labor stated at a recent grade life state life professional life that tends to warp and confuse.
convention of legion post commandersand special, and life graduate state. Examinations There is so much good in the world
i adjutants held in Bloomington. are held by the county too much to be done that is worth jet the Whole Sizmify Participat85o 4
superintendent of the various counties -
while that we cannot afford to have
I i ESTATEand Following an offer of a reward of I of the state on the first Thurs- any other viewpoint than that which '
0 Enrolls You ;
the West Virginia depart- -
$100 from will lead us to do unto others as we
, ment of the American Legion for the would have others do unto us. To

I arrest and conviction of persons who be human to be kind to be generous,

unlawfully and publicly mutilated an to be thoughtful, to be considerate, tP as little as $5.00 you can start -to. t
FIRE INSURANCE American flag which they took fromin the landmarks
these
Z be helpful, are the ownership of a Ford
of the office building at
front post of character that will help us in answering -
-- Mineral Wells, W. Va., three men each for himself and herself Car under the terms of the Ford .

have been arrested at Parkersburgand the question as to what excuse we Weekly Purchase Plan. This enables you

11 Darlington Avenue fense.A have. been charged with the of- world.have for" taking up space in the I to become a Ford Owner out of your

will be weekly earnings. '
message of Americanism Spuds Johnson, one of the practical -

CITYMEATJARKET state heard of by Illinois every each school week child during in the the all I and optimist extension members service of at the Gainesville agricultural -' Your money is deposited in the bank and '' H

school year according to details of a is of the opinion that "Velvet draws interest. What easier way could

plan just announced by Commander Beans is a that we ought to
crop grow there be
? The whole
Charles 'W. Schick, of the American by the'thousand acres. My; opinion I family can par

Legion in Illinois. is that considering our conditions no ticipate.
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Under the plan offered by Commander word la the ,
HIS crop we can grow would b. worth
Schick, a member of the American bond that more to us, dollar for dollar. It is not You'll be surprised how quickly the car
Fresh Meat and Legion will be detailed to each any honest busines only a great feed crop for livestock,
and will be
room of city schools, to country but it collects great quantities of nitrogen yours.
WB
the school man can put
up. 'I
schools each week during
from the air and gives it to the
VegetablesPhone year to discuss some phase" of Amer- have given Goodyearour land. No citrus tree or corn plant Come in! Get full particulars! r

icanization. word that every will do' that. Still the citrus or corn 4
T has announcedthat
Commander! Schick "I don't want velvet 1r
customer who buy grower says
44 all posts of the organization: will "
beans in trees.
mv corn or among my
take an intimate part in naturalization a Goodyear Tire) "He IS: foolish." I

of aliens. He hopes to work outa from us will get real M. C. AUTREY Dealer

--- plan in co-operation with churches Goodyear Service.We Senator Fletcher has .been advised ,
PLUMBING of all denominations, whereby; the bv the Commissioner of the United .

KISSIMMEE prospective citizens will receive a are keeping our States ,Bureau of Fisheries, that fish Bank Depositories for
These are
SHOP course of instruction in American his- word-and we are to stock lakes and rivers of Florida yy

tory and institutions, before final papers satisfying old customers cannot) be supplied because "The Flor- I .f'. a. ...
are awarded. ida laws do not afford protection to J t
,
Too Big "The Legion is really a great American and winningnew the game'fishes'during the spawning ,FORD'WEERLY'PURCUASEI: : ... I' A N

Nothing organization," declared Commander one.. sea onand it i la felt that no expense .!,t t"I. .: .... ; :-v : <. -. .fr. :$ Q .1
all creeds, all ; PLAN PAYMENTS ,e
Schick. "It T
Nothing Too Small means should; be incurred in distributing r > ;" 'j
races, and almost all colors. It is D..4.A. c---w .sir/S rJM..."Stmttft_ such specie within the state."' He ; Ii ' I1:,':*/> -y" "jt v ,. -4, Ii. i. .."'.\.. ) ,i! .. .
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the great ;melting-pot in which are aced 55. God... also said that ,"Person" Interested.inthe : '0j'r ", + 't
fused America's mighty forces. It c .. .ua :*:*.*. 4MfW fish have related to ;Bank
of Florida me
GuaranteedTo 44 Osceola a.m
All Work .mlkr' TV..rf and ...* of County: t .
should be the legion's task t<5 perform '''''e_ '._ ."l-e'.,,".,," almost Incredible stores of the destruction *" .., .\
Be Satisfactory some constructive work This work. c ....... which baa been wrought in \ .... r I 1a
I believe should be along the lines of LUPFER A PRATHEBv various interior waters and: I most

If maintaining the Ideals of America." . i earnestly urge that the state-:take .. j ,Merchants',andJ'JI tmera ii k: _.,':"' 1'" .

Broadway ,: Telephone 143 SI SlmpkiM SaysA .CtO 'I measure Dot*'to be.protect adequately' a rewmrcwwrnichmar ) ,-appreciated '_...1.. ':'" . ...... ......" '.,, '; y .Yyljl!,-...-4".Wit\ } tL1: ..,'. '..!..,' YI.! "t' ,
folk don't get the right | :;t. ( "
U :you bar'room* to r nV. mall lot of' i today but Will be some time in the future .
thein
ady.rtlaemnt liD cor eUwlfltd.. .1 picture of thing of because mind. \-- when perhaps it will be too late." ,iI'
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delicious served, and ice at course.the 'end of the game a ROADS, TO NEW BE COMPLETEDWITH $12,000,000 FUND STATE WILL PESENTMARKETING I i j Pertaining To Churches' 1! BIG ,IMPETUS. TO GIVEN OSCEOLA, CO er. .

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tIN SOCIETY'S REALM JI Miss Walker was assisted in serving With the passage of the Miller bill, (Continued from Pair One)'" ,

by. her mother and Mrs. Howard which went into effect July 1, the BYlAWSNew' METHODIST CHURCH he thought it would be. Prochictl'
Anderson Those enjoying this I state has provided for,'a road fund, stimulating the efforts alr"dyr rp;
"COLLEGE CROWD charming party were: Misses' Janet i together with Federal aid money, a Revs W. C. Norton, Pastor ed successful "Let's get ,.

PICNICS.ON BOATMisa'Emily'Sanderaon Squires, Ann Squires! Tier Lupfer Margaret ,-' total net sum of $12,000,000 to be ex Law is Effective This 7:00 a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer. business and do ..omething'Weto
ws'tiie Katherine McKay: Mary pended on state road projects within Meeting in Bungalow every natural advantage, .veMri I
genial Stanford, Elizabeth Parker, Lois the next two years. The bill specially Month To Stimulate Best school. J. L.OVt'rstreet we need. Xef. have perfect co --'
9:45 Sunday
hostess last night at a party given : a. m.- o .
Ovcrstreet Bronson Dot ra.thing
Margaret
i shall o.Get
road
which projects together and
\ provides drain
Sanderson boat "Margaret"for Machinery superintendent. .
the Marketing
-on Mines Nannie Burr, of Jackson- Makinson, Emily Sanderson, ClaraTucker of "bo first taken up and completed by ..' 11:00: a.' m.-Preaching by the pas from the railroad to the :: '
Pricilla Toomer
and Misses
tile State Highway Commission. line and real permanent .;!
.The'guests tor
and Miss Caroline Walker. Thi'l proJ
:Mile "
Jacksonville, Mary Lane, Sarah Molly -eliminat4 commission'er's will be "
most of whom were the local I will, to some extent The state agricultural l 7:00 p. m.-Senior League devo- ours.
; Sleigh, Agnes Musselwhite and DotRogers : fl'lctlo1heretofore existing as to ] department hopes' soon to have The mass meeting then adopt
crowd boarded the "Margaret" tional service. O.
college I
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shortly before'sun, down and :went of Orlando Mrs.:'Frank'.Bryan which road project shall receive first I plans in shape for prepentation to the 8:00 p. m.-Union' Services. Preach .following resolution and It was III.1animous
out Lake Tohopekuliga. .Supper 'of St. Cloud and'Mlssea' Annie Cason, consideration, This is a matter of farmers -of Florida looking to organization Jng by Dr. W. IU. Dresch. Subject: rising vate: '
'was over eaten on board. Susie Beard; and Bertha Harringtonof detail provided for 'Under the law. under terms' of the law that "A Good Conscience: Resolved, that the meeting go !
Winter Haven. Roads One and Two"-must be with this .>nth. record endorsing the I
Those attending the nautical party State became effective m 8:00: p. m.-Wednesday.. Praye; tt action of, .:
j honor > built first. Already a 12-mile con- By-laxvs governing the operation of county agent in going before I
were, Misses Burr and Walker, EASTERN STAR J 1".XIO AT I Meeting.
and Misses\ Mary Tiller, Margaret :tract: for Road No. 2 is now being eonUlructecl such' associations now are ,being county commissioners to urge dr.iflage
guests, Anne and Jeanette .ALLIGATOR LAKE TIU'UPDAVThe south. of Lake City. Yet, the drawn up by T. J. Brooks, chief clerkin FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and that this meeting.ask iSi I
Lasley --
Squires, Lois Overstrcet, Elizabeth members of the Ki ,...imme"" moAt important link in this highway I the) department, who was instrumental county commissioners to obtain a I Iffinecr
Parker, Emily Sanderson, Mary San- Chapter No. (52; f). E. S. will obervctfieir .i from the Georgia line to Lake City, I I in framing the bill and! get': Rev. J. A. Sutton. D. D., Pastor. for the purpose of makS.1

derson, Thelma Sutton Grace Gilbert, annual picnic next Thursday af- i iyet to be pushed forward for immediate I ting! *?', through the legislature. The 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Car- surveys looking toward proper dnu*Ioge.
Road li: I
construction State the .
Rita Chambers of Jacksonville. :Mrs. at the Richards : measure was piloted through
tel noon, J'J! 1923 Classes
'Dolph Walker Mr. and Mr*. W. E.: place at July Alligator Lake ./Ifiom( Ceargiu line via Lake City, is ,hoiiii by Representative! J. C. Me- son for all Farmer Superintendent Join the castor's class. Another unanimous resolution rep |
the ivost important feeder for auto 'Rae of Milton, Santa Rosa county. Itwas ages. passed urging the city |
!Sanderson: and Messrs. :Markham of All rrembeis of the order' und I all 11:00 the pastor commio8ion
Sanford, and John Sanderson. :Masons and their WIwho a-e notmembers navel; in every direction from the city i i one of the .few measures that a. Sermon-by Devotional of Kissimmee 'tf take some action .!I
6:45 m.-B. Y. P. 1,1.
; peninsular'points! throughout the 'houses without dissent''ing : p. garding witikt.1the
I of the older lire especially i to I[ pa'-H',1 both a net'essarydrainage
htqte. It serves the greatest num- '' vote.As meeting. city limits. J. Jff. Wilfton.eSfi I
invited to attendAll that will be expected
AT the.
Services at
DANCE THE mf motoring to and from 8:00 p. m.-Union attention to the fact that
HOME' of those attending will heto l'II' people j soon as the by-laws are ready; f co-operitim I
BULLOCK basket ofea1A good time i Florida! than any other cross-state l'they will he placed in the hands olfanners Methodist Church. between the county 'and the city I
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Miss Dorothy Bullock was the hostess ( bring a all who attend.: \ trunk line in I the state. It is the only t.he for their use. Mr. Brooks 8:00 p. m. Wednesday: Prayerme..tin necessary if the city ditches wen til
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Monday night at the home of her guaranteed load travelable during I I be effective. I
ear-round way is an authority on subjects pertainingto
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Mrs. S. II. Bullock Leave Kissimmee about 1:20: p. m. Free scats and a welcome to !
parents Mr. and the rainy season, and every effoitsr.ould and economics, having
a on "Clyde avenue at a dancing party.. and return-when-the. -game-i* oxer.1LOItIUA ) be put forth for its.immwiliat'construction. ,. bet'11I agriculture farmer himself for many strangers aij well as those who. belong O, UANNON APPOINTED I

The spacious porches of the residence 1 LEGION; WANTS Every: : point on both vents western Tennessee; and later here. AT BUSINESS COLLECT:. I
i furnished a most enjoyable) out of the east and the west coasts of Flor- lie was of markets and rural A church of the! Bible and for the I
COMMON MEMORIAL 1 I J.\Y professor (Continued from Par One
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doors dancing floor which was enjoyed ,ida are vitally affected so long as the ''economics' in Mississippi A. ii M. Col-. !people.? .
.by aj jnumber of guests.! Cake remains belated glowers, and burning the mtd.1
rg Commission "
Veterans of all wars' would observe! state Highway : PRESBYTERAN"CHURCH
and punch were served during theev- and books-and night oil working on his books. One
Memorial ) inactive with the construction I : : ,
May :i0! as! a common IIny; i --- us to be he
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was expected broke J
ening. if a resolution adopted by the Honda (completion of Road No.2 from the The c6-operative marketing" law i isentitled I ,P.ev. W. H. Dresch: D. D., Pastor things got much deanand I
The who enjoyed I the hospitality more behind
guests Department of the American LnJl'ion Georgia: line connecting Lake City ) "An act to encourage tIp> ('0'P"llIli'e -
I of this young hostess wereMisses i'I IF developed nationally. May :.0: his: 1 with all points south. ( marketing of farm product'aiv 1 9:45: a. r.1.-Sunday: school. Prof. But he kept smiling and what' U I B
he moved the
Mary Wei elnO": Sander been officially designated for that A fairly gotJ start has been madeon to authorize the Incorporutnn a'coopeint.ve D. B. Shaver, superintendent more crop.
son, Jeanette Griffin Margaret War- for Ihp'wl'uns' of a majority Road 1. Jacksonville to Lake City iraikctinf: associations.: 11:00: a. m.-Preaching by the pas- The book-keeper's job alone wii'ilfull

ing:, I.ucile--Griffin, Elizabeth Carter, purpose of the country's! wars while Confederate with a iO-mile road-bed, is u.uve1- The policy of the bill is decl.o'j( tobe ;i tor. time job. Naturally it got U. I
Ellanore Overstreet Inez Pugh, Sal- veterans observe April 26. Millv recognized by) road authorities "to piornote. to foster and 'i.a'rthe i .' I 4:00: ; p. ti,-Junior Christian En hind. It took two months aftor tht I
lie Ledbetter Delia Ledbetter Doro- roaJ -!I season! to get the many varied indl. I
of constiuction deavor.
The I legion's/ state executive committee ,us the.most perfect piece Hire intelligent and orderly ivirketing I 4
thy Weigel and Violet Bullock; Mes- Christian Endeavor vidual accounts, each with a Urn I
i is instructed to confer with Flor- in the south. of agricultural) pri>.fti'its; 7:00 p. ir.-
dames Howard Katz, W. M. Weigel, ida Confederate veterans! toward this i With the funds available for roadwork ,,through o-opeiation and to ol'imnattpeculation 1 meeting. I number of different classes of entnei, I
.. Mr. and Mrs. Bullock, Emerson end. judiciously handled Florida fun. and waste, and to mats I 8:00: p.- rl.-Pastor will preach at 1 into shape. But so thorough were! bit I
Squires, Bobby Weigel, Arthur Bullock within the next few years, boast of the i distribution of agricultural products Union Services at Methodist Church. I memoranda and so closely had hi I
'. Henry Carlin, F. S. Ledbetter, -- - kept tab of things that when tin I
MISSIONARY SOCIETYThe the greatest and most complete system as direct as can be efficiently. Theme: "A Good Conscience.
Emorv Akerman, Walter Griffin, Elmer -- of highways vf any state in the ; done, between producer and consumer I 8:00 p. Wednesday. Prayer books were complete, and the'audll I
Schweikart, William Seel, Jim- Missionary Society of the Union. A complete network of highways i and to stabilize the marketing' of : meeting. finished; Mr. O'Bannon's books bat I
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' my Katz, and Howard Katz Jr. Christian: Church held its regular tapping every point in the state :; ugi {cultural products." I Visitors nil] find a cordial welcometo minced to a penny, in spite of the klfl1. I

meeting ct the country home of Mrs.B. :stands for progress and development I "Agricultural products are defined a home-like church.CHRISTIAN ing multiplicity of hlsjobs.
ENTERTAINS FOR C., Miller, Friday afternoon, July 1 of Florida, and Roads No. 1 and 2 are I as horticultural, viticultural forestry About this time tWk Kistimmw |
LITTLE MIAMI GUEST 6. After the devotional services the most important state trunk lines. dairy, livestock poultry bee and I CHURCH School of Commerce was bwkinr for 1
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Mrs. Chas. N. Phillips delightfully conducted by the vice president, ]Mrs.T. I The eight roads to receive first attention any farm products." Rev. Allen J. Miller Pastor. an instructor in book-keeping; Thj 1
i s entertained a crowd of little folks on M. Rivers, an inte..eRtinlpl'oClam/ as designated in the Miller Three or more persons engaged in I wanted the best they could find to I
) Saturday afternoon at her home on was rendered by the lender for the : bill passed by the legislature are: I the production of agricultural products 10:00 a. m.-Bible School. C. E. uphold the reputation of the school I
I Emmett street in honor of Frances afternoon.At l i No. 1, extending from the Alabamaline may form a co-operative association, : Yowell, superintendent. They went to the man who had beet I
Pherigo, of Miami who is visiting her the close of the meeting, ice at Nunez Ferry to Jacksonville, under terms of the measure such as- I 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by Rev. A. the Growers' auditor who was A. E. I
grandparents Mr, and Mrs. John cream and coke: were served. .xMa Pcnsacola. Milton Crestview De- sociation to have capital stock ot operate M. Chisholm. of the First Christian :Thomas, expert accountant, and sskol I
Pherigo. Games on the lawn were Those who attended the meeting i Funiack Springs Bonifay,< Chipley, without it, according to their Church of Orlando. Theme: "The j I him to recommend a man. Without.moment's 1 1
.. Y were played and prizes were given to were: Mesdames T. M. Rivers G. R. ,Marianne Chattahom-hee, Quincy Ha- wishes and such association must act Present Unrest.! hesitation he recommeniM' I
e Bertha and Elizabeth Deyoreo. Charles N. L. J. Monticello Greenville I Mr. O'Bannon. And today Mr. O'Ban1
, Miller Dayson Phillips i vanna Tallahassee as agent for its members or stock- 7:01p: / m.-Christian Endeavor.
Deliciooa..refreshments of ice cream Denning, M. II Porter, L. S. Provin Madison, Live Oak Lake City, holders. I Subject: "The Inner and The Outer." non has a breathing spell from tile I
., and cake' and home-made eandv were H. C. Stanford, L. II. Gedge and Misses Sanderson! Maccleny. Baldwin.No. The act further defines that 'The Leader Winifred Denning. last two year's strenuous life, and b I

, served in the dining room where a Lizzie Donegan, Edith Miller: and 2, extending from the Georgia term 'member' shall includeactual 8:0i, p. m.-Union Services at the' the book-keeping instructor at Uu I I
, ,color scheme of pink and white was Dorothy Denning.METHODIST state line north of Jennings to Fort ,members! of associations without capital I !Methodist Church. school.In .
carried out in the decorations and in 1 Meyers via Jasper White Springs stock, and holders of common 7:30: Wednesday. Personal I recommending him for the post1
the refreshments. Mrs. Phillips was SUNDAY SCHOOL Lake City High Springs Gainesville, I stock. I Evangelism p. class conducted i by the bon Mr. Thomas said, "It is difficult I
r' assisted in entertaining by Mrs. G. PICNICEI YESTERDAY LAKE 'Ocala Leesburg Lisbon, Gland Island I "The term 'association* means. any pastor. for one not familiar with the many I

W. McGowan Mrs. W. R. Tedder and Eustis, Mount Dora, Plymouth, :corporation organized under this act; I 8:00 p. m.-Wednesday. Prayer different entries to be made in sock Ian
crowd of Methodist Sunday
A large I association to realize the I
Miss Rhea Pherigo. The youngsters annual Orlando, Kissimmee Haines City", and :\1..tm.c. tremend-
attended the
enjoying the party were: Floanna School people which held! atAlligator :, Bartow, Arcadia, and Olga Bridge, I "The term 'person' shall include individuals I We welcome you to worship with ous amount of work required to keep I
Burrows, Arthur Burrows, Winifred picnic yesterday, was the I with a little short line spur from Lees- firms, partnerships corporations us. I II I the Growers' books. Mr. O'Bannollll I
Brooks, Aileen Day son, Ralph Davidson Lake. Swimming was burg to Lakeland on Road No. 17. I and associations. I II I : very efficient and very accurate. Tk I
Elizabeth Deyoreo Fred Gilbert, chief event, and croquet and hOI'.eI'hoes I Road No.3, extending from the "For the purpose of this a"t, the ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH volume of the work required givN-l
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Bob Gilbert, Patsy Johnston, Aileen proved popular.In I Georgia line at a point on the Saint words 'co-operative company corporation I H -- him special credit that in spite of hi*
Landing I l' II.:}'> a. m.-Morning Prayer. many other duties, his books balancedto
Johnston Junior Johnston, Bertha the state of New York where! Mary river, known as Wild's or association' are defined to ;.
Miller Benjamin Miller, Elizabeth records have been kept for many to Orlando via Jacksonville, Orange mean a company, corporation or association ,, 8:0<> p. m.-Evening Prayer. I, a penny." f
Tedder, Don Phillips, Eunice Phillipsand years, it appears that more childrenare !i Park, Green Cove Springs, Pal, which adheres strictly in''I 8:00 p. m.-Wediesday i : Litany STATE VETERINARIAN I
Phil Phillips. atka. East Palatka, Crescent City, De- the follow and prayers. Choir practice follows
absent from school 1 because of I its business operations to I i EXPLAINS TICK LAW I
tcothache and illness doe! to diseased land and Sanford. ing principles: i I CHRIST'S CHURCH
BRIDGE PARTY teeth than from any other cau,... I Road No.4. extending from the "Return to capital invested restricted ( Pentecostal) (Continued from Pair Onel I
FOR GUEST These absences cause th> children to Georgia line south of Folkston to MI- to not more ,than eight per : Corner: Brack and Oak Streets about fifty percent complete.' Before I
Miss Caroline Walker entertained 'ami via Hilla'-xl f, Callahan Jacksonville i . -
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fall behind in their classes arid fco ma- I cent. -- systematic tick eradication work CM I
i delightfully at bridge at her home on ny children have *o takt an extra St. Augustine, Bushnell Daytona, I "Authorizing and refunding in part Rev. Thos. B. Buckalew, Pastor. be started i in Zones 2 and IS, the dip. I
Bryan street Friday afternoon honoring year in school that it is estimated that i Titusville, Fort Pierce, West Palm or wholly of any monies remainingafter I 6, ping equipment will have to.be conDieted. I
her guest,Miss Nannie Burr of tooth trouble alone costs the state Beach and Fort Lauderdale. the payment of expenses, return -' 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School. Inter .! The time it will take to contruct I
Jacksonville. nearly'one million dol'r; per year. It Road No 5, extending from High -capital stock Invested and national: Lessons the required .number of vtti I
i .The living room'' was attractively seems unnecessary to say more in or.cer'to Springs to Fort Meyers, via Newber- providing a member's reserve on the 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by pastor II'" these areas varies, depending<< 01 I

decorated with a profusion of cut convince poapte'that the ,rare .y,.Archer, Williston, Dunellon, Inver I basis of or in proportion..\ ; the pattronage 47:15ip.\ m,-Young Peoples'. Service the number of vats and the ,co'tditbeof I
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flowers including roses and lilies. Brooksville Lutz, Tampa Riv- *" v..,tj' at*8:00 .*Evangelistic: Sermon by
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f, of the teeth even at 4 very early ne>twill ness > of members p the present ftqulpmentHn tltoa'..eYo I
,Marking the places, were tallies donein I repay the partita and give the ,'erview, Bradentown, Sarasota. ) Venice "One member, one vote, regardless lastor.: eral counties however, it is estimated I
oriental design, and at the conclusion child a better, fairer cnancc' tr. i d- ,and Punta Gorda: of number of shares 7:150: r- m.-Tue day. Instructive that: this preliminary phase of tlc .
of several games of bridge. it was .vance in life.-llnreru of "hil.l Wei-; I I I Road No 8, extending from Haines "Option must be given the ar+iocie-:: Bible tchir.hy\ nastor. eradication work will ot exce d a pt- f
,, found that Miss Mary Tiller held high fare Notes. City to Fort Pierce, via Lake Wales'l tion on all shares offered for sal 7'i: l !>. m.-Thursday: Weekly nod of six months following the date h

score and was given the first prize, I --- Fiostproof Avon Paik, Sebnng und all transfers must be apprvei In PraveService.. upon which the fund\.: provi.lei for in I
i a bud vase, while the consolation More than 25,000 farmers adoptedthe 1 Annie and Okeechobee City. the Association. Association- organized : U:;3): p. m.-Friday. Women's Bible ; Chapter 9201 )Laws of Florida, IV2J! :! I
f prize, a handpainted toilet article use of self-feeders for hogs in Road No. 10, extending from State hereundcr shall be deemed nonprofit riass. :Mrs. L. B. Higdon in chance.: become available. I

presented to Miss Lois 1921 following demonstrations by extension \( Road 1, east of Tallahassee to Willis-] I I inasmuch as they are not organized Communion service first Sunday "Tick eradication is a 1 livostox tallI\,
and the guest of honor was given WBII// workers according to reports ton, via Perry Cross City and Bron- as .such but only for their each month. Foreign Missionary of- tnry development project, carried o* 1n
ly handmade handkerchiefs: of the United States department of'''I>on. ]Road No. :3U from :Manatee to 'j nembein as producers." :erm.r taken second Sunday each I the various Southern states bv and 1

During the games fruit punch was' agriculture. Vero.--Lake City Reporter. I The purpose of the proposed I cjorutivc ;>- Tionthit: evening serx-ice. I with the co-operation of the UruUd 1
II Come. Believe. All welcome.
S I organizations are declared in Pray. States Bureau of Animal Industry. I
----- -- -- -- ---- -
I the bill to be "to engage in any activity MAY BK: POSSIBLE I T() Tick! eradication is essentially a cooperation I
'I
:111111I11I1111I11I11I11I111111 m 11I11I111111I1111I111111I1111I11I111111I11I1111I1111I11I11 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILt in connection with the marketing I INSURE TRUCK CROPS of the cattle owl-en of till'' Iitrte
.; or selling of the agricultural I I for its success. The annual eiI
-- -- products of its members or with the <'()ullr.u.'c1 from page 1) I >ense and the total cost of tick eradU I

--- --- harvesting, preserving drying, processing ? culture should continue without adt'I I cation in the state depends on the I

= = canning packing, storing gusts insurance facilities, in co-operation of the cattle owner.In I
1r --- =-- handling, shipping or utilization the general application that has been the sixteen years tick eradication I
-- -- thereof, or the manufacturing or given to the insurance principle has been in progress there is no inI
=-== == marketing of the by-products thereof in nearly all other kinds n/ necessaryenterprises. I stance to show the legialation alone I
or in connection with the manufacturing With statistical I has eliminated ticks from a tate. W I

r = selling or supplying of its data as a basis for proper rates moan of |I county. The law must be firmly aDd I

I members with machinery, equipmentor supplying the lack ought to be obtainable ;,judiciously enforced and the co operation I
and $ I supplies; or in the financing of : say the department's invottlfators. of the cattle owners obtained. I
The Bank With c the above enumerated activities; or "The 1923 tick eradication law of

== === I In anv one or more of the activities Crop insurance, they believe, should Florida provides that one-half of the A
he-ein. !
== the == specified cover actual damage sustained i, but actual, necessary and reasonable elI
== = y' not theoretical losses resulting from pence incurred- collecting and drtr' I
LEON) WINS FIGHT AGAINST said cattle to and from the dioI
i = Ability = failure to reap expected profits; he ng ;
= er = CONTRACT HOSPITALS needs simply protection against crop ping> vats by such owner shall be .paidby I
I = and damage so severe as to endanger his the State Live Stock Board to I
= The American Legion's long fightto financial safety. Such protection, in such owner. This provision was inI
= =s obtain the removal o: disabled war the opinion of department officials. eluded in this law by the legiilatur I
.
'Willingne.. veterans from contract hospitals and could be given at a reasonable cost. for the purpose of relieving the c.tI: I
I = = institutions wheN conditions oftentimes They do not believe it would be sound tie owner of a portion of the i>xp to Serve = have been detrimental to their policy to furnish insurance against of dipping his cattle, thereby solicit, I
i === -' TICKLE your Bank Account here with = recovery Is on its way to !!success according Lou of prospects, both for reasons of ir.g the co-operation of said ;rtl- I

to information received by expense and because such protection men." I
pennies today and in the years to come foe Sparks, chairman of the legion's might discourage diligence and 'care I
) ( = DEPOSITS INSUREDBank = national rehabilitation committee.In in farming. LOOKS LIKE GOOD MARKETS

= it will ]laugh back at you with doHars.me == a recent letter from Director All necessary coverage should be FOR ALL THE WINTER CROPS. I

== === Frank T. Hines of the United States I available ih a single policy giving Next shouldbe I
I season's
= Pennies in the pocket melt away. In = Veterans' Bureau, Sparks was informed protection against damage from defi- worth at least orange$1.50 per crop box on the I
of the
that "it is the policy
dent
or excessive moisture, from I
.
men
tree in the of citrus
opinion
I
= your Bank Account here they meld to = tee Bureau from to contract evacuate institutions all its beneficiar-during plant pests, from storms and frost .from all parts of the state who gatht I
= = from hail and hot winds, and from all ered at Bartow last week to discus I
== the coming year, transferring themto other dangers. The department offi- Speak I
= and market conditions
=- gether. .... -.. . M* -. .. -- the hospitals Bureau."under the jurisdiction of I I clalill hold, in fact that the policyshould en crop at the meeting declared that tnew I
cover damage from any cause I
== == Because of lack of hospitals theVeterans' except the negligence of the farmer, crop was sizing considerable up exceptionally better -', I
well, and will be of
= = Bureau has sent sick
many when the damage is so severe as to
of the I
than the fruit. past
-- -- and wounded former service men to' ring the crop yield materially below quality I
season.
private institutions, paying a fixed the investment in the
crop. favorable to I
sum for their maintenance In a number Among those factors
of instances, this practice has resulted Constantinople is said to be the good prices for the next orange croP I
in neglect and ill treatment of noisiest city In the world. At frequent were said to be the apparent m.ill. I

the war fighters, according to the legion Intervals, night watchmen, armed paired buying power of the public I
i. of Osceola I men who state that there has beenno with long, thick clubs, beat .heavily the north the reported record ampH.I par'chases I
County efficient check to determine whether upon the stones.of-the street. Cats, of luxuries, and the .
-the disabled were receiving' all that logs, and wandering drunks make it funds of wage-earners.. too I I
Citrus said it was as yet
the government was paying for their almost'impossible to sleep. Just be-> men !! I
support in the contract institutions., tore daybreak, an army of food early to;make any uthoritatlv estj. ICop.
t a ,r -' dle's beigns to fill the air with heir mate on the extent. ,of next' .eallhlo\'
Hour 9A.M..to3P.M. = Pigeons are being 'used in the national clamor, c . There' are many '
= forests in fire, control work. can happen to reductithe j total '0l
\ ,
== The birds are taken'to?the 'scene of Afire Eph-"Here's, a bad t quarter someone eighteen million boxes predicted bytsome I

by the forest ranger: .and. then passed on me. An I can't get. #!ripid-fire)estlmaton.Certain'ly i


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