Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 20, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01125
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Oi WILL : LOWS THE PURPLE CAT WILL VOTE ON NEW FOOTBALL SCHEDULE. .PATRIOTIC PICTURE COMMISSIONERS SET


AFTER ,THE DRAINAGE Business WiU Turn And Loose Professional: The Night',Women Owl SCHOOLDISTRICJ HAS FEW OPEN DATES "The Be Shown Man Without!. Klaalmmee A Country"On Next" Will .HILLAGEJOR YEAR

ourl, Upon The. County Highway) Wedns.dayNtgbt At Casino '"

twill' Committee Appointed .To The NIght Owl U' the latest' acquisition Chamber Commerce WantsTo High School Managers Hope I"Tell me the! 'names of the stars. Lake ,Wilson DistriCt TopS"The

U',).. ,Sign Up Property Owners Professional of the Kissimmee, Business and Know If Five :And Six To Get Two Home Games on the Flag"begged the Man.new with Rest',-With .A Special -__ _
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" For Drainage_.Districts. Purple Cat, their Women's- nstwiile Club.pet The has ; Will Join With jjg-Four In Three Open Dates. last out a I Country'know 1* Ohio.hi. My death father bed. "The lived 'Road And Bridge Levy'

Last Wednesday's, meeting of' the the been elub supplanted members in .by the.the affections wise old of I The Chamber of Commerce 4 I committee Faculty manager D. B. Shaver' and of in the Kentucky. I have guessed at" some The Lake Wilson district,,No. 4.,to
rest but I do
not know. ,
Chamber of Commerce met with on school be exactwas in the lime
bird with the long,tale._.about where new building was on light at
i student Bob Bucket So died the Man without
V.' a temporary damper when the report he's been.. This' latest asset is being hand with further recommendation manager have a Country, Monday' adjourned meeting of the
of the resolution committee on drain'. trained by tin ladies of the' club to at Wednesday' meeting. Since it announced a partially age was received. J. E. Lupfer report perform roost interesting aluconlda- was found impossible to vote school ball schedule for the high school season plot to' destroy our government. resident of that section were '
lii. ed that he had presented to the county ean stunts at the Graystone hotel on bond in time to get a tax levy in thl.yec.r' of 1923. To date four from show Thepicture based the upon this story a* the bids for the bonds in special
away
commissioners at their meeting on the of budget the sentiment seems vividly detail of that plot, road and bridge district No. 4 were to
night Friday third.
resolutions of the August home games have been contractedfor and unfold page after lively of be ,
.4U Monday the mass The bird is of course nocturnal to be springing toward creating a new page opened. And while they were
meeting two weeks ago and those coraciiformidable subject a and doesn't district including Nos. 6, and 6 with and two at home. There still the great history of our fathers in the : there, and in view of the proposed issuance '4-,

to from last week'! chamber meeting I ret in its best licks till after the cur- the ,present No.4.. The Kissimmee remain taa open dates October 20, the day of America'American building. It picture of bonds they the "guests of
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asking the commissioners to employa few rings. This fact in itself makes schools in district No. 4, serve the pupils November 3, and Thanksgiving Day.It earlier great day. It brings.plnt'of home to-those u.1 honor* at' the mlllage party,, Irettlng'alevrof7Gmm..t.ke
to determine the from these : ,
competent engineer clear other two districts care'of the
perfectly that
will be
a joy-fest is the hope of the management that the assurance that this spirit can never -
location and cost of drainage projectsin I perpetrated that which will and by combining the three greater contemplated road bonds.
evening educational the Thanksgiving Day and that 'die. The American Legion created Only bid received -for ...
this vicinity.The i make the last success facilities can be offered game one was the ,
presented by <
commissioners after seeking I the club look like an afternoon, all the children. .. now open for October may be playedat in thisspirit and devoted to Iteexpres.ion bonds that of the G. Sawyer Company -'
2'I advice from the attorney for the I The proceed from the affair will nap.be It was therefore proposed ,that petitions Kissimmee.' through service desires to of Tampa whose bid, was 95.
board,'had advieed him that they were used by the ladies for highway beau; be circulated to.obtain"the signatures The schedule so far as completed bring ,home this message to the country Arthur E. Donegan was present and
powerless to comply with the request tiflcation. of the requisite number of is as follows: October B, Orlando Highat through the medium of finer and explained various points the commie
0 since tire law specifically stated I A number of committees have been voters in No. 4.to determine whether Orlando; October 13, Lake City more' patriotic photoplays. "The Man sloners and Lake Wilson resident
4.ii that preliminary surveys could be appointed to make the final Nos. I 5) and 6 should be allowed to com High at Lake City; October 27, San- these.Without A Country" is one oJT asked about the bid stating that he
I arrangements
1 made only on petition pledging'" sup for exhibiting' the bird. The bin. with No. 4 and to take the same ford High at Kissimmee November In the' was not interested in the bids himself,
iia port of a majority of the-property program committee is Mr*. George action with the other two districts 10, Sarasota High at Sarasota Nov. above words.: Commander but had been asked to,represent Mr.
. owners in a proposed drainage district -I Gardner Mrs. F. C. and Mrs.J. to find out whether they desire to 17, Deland High at Deland; November Makinson-Carson Owsley described the -film which. the Sawyer before the board. The bid ,
I.I or of owners of a majority of I D. Woodbeck Theothers avail, themselves of the opportunity 24, Clearwater High at Kissim post has secured for was based upon the low valuation of
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are: exhibition in
. the acreage in .that district. Since the 'Refreshments, Mrs. W. E. Sanderson for bettering conditions which will effect mee Kissimmee next Wednesday -I[;the land in that section recognized *>
Ii. survey waa wanted in order to better chairman Miss Edjth Miller Miss E. children from: their districts. Interest in football Is gradually be- night. "The Man Without A1 to be the finest citrus land in ,the '
I Country" is said be '
just what should The chamber voted to ginning to shbw itself to one.of the county,, according to most ,
determine constitute L. Wenner; and Medasmes M. V. Boyer appoint committees a* the re-open moat remarkable everyone
IIII advisable districts the plans had 'to Marguerite FoTtenbory.. Buck- : to prepare and circulate these ing of school is less titan two months duced.. photoplays ever pro. 'I present but undeveloped because of
When the
be changed aomewhat.A gls George Steffee and G. W. Per- petitions. The president reserved off and the football season less--than world picture bad its the need of roads. After several
motion was passed however that sons; Ticket, Sale Miss Percie Oliver appointment until.a later date. in order three. Some of the Osceola players the admission-Washington! ,. D. C.,_ conferences with tax payers of Lake
a committee should be appointed to chairman Misses Anne Irma to have opportunity to select the will attend the citizen's military had top price was $10. It :Wilson the commissioner at their
ItI. get behind land owners in the Holcman Violet Bullock Squires Mrs. Wills people who can best do the job. training camps during the month of where a long the most run in critical New York reviewers City, .request passed 'the question until the, ?'

district roughly bounded by Mill Steed Mrs. J. D. Newby and Mrs. Two attendance prices were givenat August and will be in fine physical described it August meeting.
Slough Orange county line, and Shin- Bob bullock; Tickets and "utility Wednesday'. meeting.,. U. ;J. Burrows condition for a gridiron season. Other stir the blood as of"a picture which "will In setting the mlllage- for this year,
gle Creek, including such portion, man* Mica Rhea Pherigo; Card tables secretary had purchased two who did not pas the required is being shown all every American.the United It ''two of the special road and bridge
0 within the city as Are adjacent to the Mrs. S. H. Bullock Miss Lucy prizes to be given to the two lucky studies at the last ,term are "plug-i States in furtherance over of 'district were lowered and one,No. 8.
city ditch with a view to getting themto Buckets and Miss France Tress members. Everyone I present wrote ging" to get-their work made up in the Le&ion'aAmericaniam remained at 4 mills, a* in the 'pat
sign proper petitions pledging sup Publicity Mrs. Paul Stanley, chairman .; ,his name on a slip of paper and all time to be eligible for the fall's play. policy. two years. No. 1 was reduced from

7L port. President Farmer reserved the Mr. Jessie Kleinman Miss Nellie the slips were deposited in a hat. Mrs. Last year was Osceola'a first year. Miss Cubah Nesbit, stepdaughterof 5to4andNo.2from15togwhile ..
appointment of this committee until Fairish Mrs. C. E. Hilton and Ellis Davis was drafted to do the in football for many seasons and i Judge Comer is expected in Kis the new No. 4, contingent,upon
I later.A Mr. J. R Riblett. The decoration drawing. The first prize went to John while the local team did not annex simmee tomorrow night from Marion the bond issue, wa set at 70, which *
communication was reaj from 3. committee in charge of the flock of L. Overstreet and the second to Mrs. any championships they made an excellent -1 Indiana where she and Mrs. Comer with its regular assessment a* partof
II Hill secretary of the Orange coun- Strigidae consists of Mrs. Llllie Wills Steed. Both the recipients showing for '"green" players. I have been visiting for some week No.1. give that. district' a total
ty highway beautification association, Deyoreo chairman Misses Kathleen .averred that this was the first occasion and a successful season is in store if I Mrs. Comer will remain until after special road district tax of 74% mill.
cabling attention to the admirable opportunity Bearden, Eatelle Persons Lucile they had ever won prizes by aiL the boy will make up their work the threshing season, the Judge expecting The millage for the entire county
in Osceola county to ...-',I Johnson Elsie Norton, Virginia chanoe. and become eligible.FARMERS' I to join her In, about two and was levied at 80, an increase of a mill
nerve the district where the Dixie Smith Helen Sawyer Mrs. Jessie weeks. He will dispose of his stock a quarter over last year;and the .
LEGION AUXILIARY WEEK same as the 1921 levy. The general
Highway crosses Reedy Creek as a Kleinman and Mrs. Glemont King. WILL and implements on hi. Indiana 'farmwhite fine
and forfeiture. and road
cypress highway preserve, the beau- RALLY NEXT FRIDAYAll BENEFIT ALL PHASES away.TILlN.G' millage revenue were increased the agricultural -
ty of which Is not duplicated elsewherein
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the state. The member present LOCAL PHONE ISSUE Wives Mothers, And Sisters Pro ra_ Arranged Will Be Big. Help while and the special school road and special were decreased publicity,
thought favorably of this plan and Instructed CAMPAIGN
Of Legionnaires Urged To Come To Osceola Farmer Who Attend fund remained a* before. The levy
: the president to appoint a And Join The Organization Week Of Work And Recreation follows: Last This
committee to ascertain who owned the HEARD AT CAPITAL I I
:
C Year
land. (and water) Involved and take One week from today at four I Among the various programs being STARTSJEXT WEEK General revenue ____ 4%, "Year- 6 .
step toward ..ecurlnathla stretch of o'clock in the afternoon at the Mak-I arranged for Farmers' and Growers'Week Fine and forfeiture? ..* --
%
natural scenery for a permanent pres Railroad Commission Gave Inson bungalow on Sproule avenue.That' at Gainesville August 6-11 IVfc' i
Road . ___ __...,. t ,$
John L. Overstreet named sbould be mentioned Survey Is Made Of -
erve. was the time and the place. Wives those for truckers Eighteen (j
Special :_ _. tt
chairman of this committee, with I No Decision;Pending A mothers, and sisters of legionnaires. poultry' raisers and beekeepers. publicity ,H
Acres ,
And Actual Agricultural (Tick 1%
I4 \ j Tiling ) %
Lawrence Tress and Ellis Davis.
Rate Investigation Ther are the people. Special emphasis according to the authorities
Special road _.i.._____ 5' 4%'
I The Malcinson-Carson, post ot the i is being placed on the prob Will Commence Monday School _.........:10: UO ,,;
FIREMEN SAVE TWO HOUSES l"a -- ,
The hearing which was called by the : American Legion baa forty-five mem ,of .the! small farmer and every \00 ,
-WHILE BURNS - -t
"' ATRIRD ONE I Railroad Commission consider the i bers., Eaclr-.legionnaire.....- one.' !or won wui,M 'Biade to <' v..,bIm jut The dream of Osceola county..a* a Total millaffo- .___*_28.75'' :80
Fire destroyed the home of Pearl ease against the Kissimmee Telephone I more "women folks." Besides these what he want and needs,. magnificent tracking section geta The. special tax school dl.trlctll'levy.
John in the Johnson addition in Company, was' heard lest"Frlday at forty-five to two hundred ladles there I The leaden"of the program mentioned nearer,realization every day. mad.. according 0 to ,certification'
north ,Klsshnnte'early Tuesday mornIng (Tallahassee by' cx>mmls iontrs Burr are a large number of mother, sisters above, were recently interviewed ,The people :who have been talkfnii.Winjl' by the ,board of.public instruction
and Wells, with. and some wivssof legionnaires and were asked to give a statement for irrigation and drainage are'
The alarm sounded shortly after telephon. expert weN aa follow No.-l. 4 millar; o.
two o'clock and an the member J I Green and Attorney Calkins. The elsewhere. They too,:are eligiblefor as to just what they are prepar- putting. belief to proof and next I 2, 8 mills; No. 32' snide; No.' 4r' 151
of the fire department responded In..!Company was represented'by the own- membership in the Makinson-Car. big for the benefit of the ..farmers of Monday will see the: first of this mill; No. 5, 8 mill; .No.. 6, S m111i;:
double quick time; except Fire Chief er. Otto .Wettstein,:Jr., and: Manager son Auxiliary : the state during thisweek of instruction year's,.tiling' under way.. Last year, No. 7, 3 mill.' 'Special .tax school
Buckels, who.I*'out,of the city. 'I. Girtman of the Leesburg .telePhone ,The Auxiliary in Kissimraee'is just the and entertainment. They, gave the late F. A. Nave tiled fifteen acres district No. 1, has also a 8% :mUt.,
Two adjoining house were threat. company. George, P., Garrett, who getting under way. The last meeting following replies: and his experiment was watched with levy for bonds and sinking fund*,.
ened but the firemen were able to prevent made the complaint to the commission which was ptractically the first as Trucking: great interest. For It was almost an levied on the issuance of the bond.
well resulted in the election of a good "Probably the most Interesting of experiment in this section.. One',or .
any spread oC the fire by use of waived the charge of 'unsatisfactory for the new high school. .
group of officers. The work and the the many subjects the trucker will two tracts had been tiled before but
a bucket brigade. Mr. John lost practically service, and, confined the J. E. Lupfer, representing' the resolution -,
nij) of his furniture the house issue to one of rates. play. for the restof-tbe year was hear discussed is that, of marketing they, had been forgotten about until committees from the Chamber . '
J carrying some insurance. The ori- Mr. Garrett says that he had received barely touched upon. New membersare which will be led by L. M. Rhodes of two years ago when the community of Commerce and the mass meeting "-
wanted and new Ideas. The Aux- the State Marketing Bureau. Seedbed began to, wake Its ,
(tm of the fire has not been determined a number of complaints from up to possibilitiesand of two weelta'ago presented
his iliary has a fine nucleus for a strong treatment for root-knot control a growers association was form- commissioner
Mr. Johns says he was awakened various people in answer to published petitions to the ask
with the wall. falling in, and the request at the time he decidedto unit in Kissimmee. The officers hope spraying and dusting for the controlof ed. Then came the joint strawberry ing them to employ a competent
family whom are several small push the matter but that on account the eligible women in the city will net insects and diseases with various and trucking campaign by the surveyor to make preliminary surveys -'
among 1 be backward about coming forward. other important topics, will be thor- Chambers of Commerce of Kiasimmee
children escaped in their night of the expense of the trip to looking toward the formationof
clothes. Tallahassee it was impossible for .'The officers will be glad to give every oughly discussed by a strong staff of and Saint Cloud and Osceola Growers drainage districts this engineer to,
I these people to attend the heaTing. He one interested any information specialists from the University and with the resultant increase in truck- submit proper locations and costs. Pat
SI'ECIAL MEETING BAPTIST therefore waived the one charge, and about the unit which may be wanted. ,the United States Department of Ag I ing along with the birth of the straw Johnston attorney for the board stated .
YOUNG PEOPLE TONIGHT 'devoted his attack to the question of They will be more than glad to welcome riculture. Never before have the berry industry. his opinion and read the law to
-- rates. The telephone company presented all the legionnaires' eligible growers and farmers of this state had Last Saturday civil engineer Stone show that the commissioners have no
All the young ladies of the Baptist statements signed by patrons relatives at the next meeting. such an opportunity to study their of the engineering office of Fred E. authority to take these steps,.except
church are invited to meet Mrs. which they claimed represented almost Attendance on the coming meeting ,problems at first hand.-Ed H. Ay- Williams, in Sanford set up his level upon petitions from a majority of the
lluynes Brinson tonight at the churchat all the leading business firms of does not necessarily mean a pledge to ers. and squinted through it on three freeholders of a proposed districtor
8 o'clock to organize a Young Wo- the city setting forth that the service join the organization. It will probably . Poultry Husbandry tracts of land which are destined to from owners of a majority of the
man's Auxiliary. This is a young was generally satisfactory. The mean a desire and a determination "Commercial poultrymen and oWners be new forerunners of local agricultural acreage affected. Mr. Johnston r
womans organization similar to the question which the commission considered to become a member, that's, true.-- of farm flocks will have an opportunity prosperity. Eight acres were stated that he favored, drainage and
Woman's Missionary Society, and all is whether the rates are proper But if anyone hasn't mAde up her to get some first-hand facts surveyed for S. L. and J. E. Lupfer on recommertded thafl proper step be
young women in the church over seventeen at this time since the new management mind to. join that is no reason for her regarding various phases of poultry the Dixie Highway north of the city. taken to secure the necessary signatures
years of age are eligible and which rate, would be based up- staying away. She is urged to come raising at this short course. The five acres belonging to W. J. from owners' in proposed districts.
urged to attend tonight meeting. on the percentage of net return on a and get acqu.lnted-get acquainted as "The program will deal particularly Steed, upon :which he and Earl Lupfer '
proper valuation and investment. Auxiliary members. that is, for she with feeding practices, poultry diseases grew berries last year were staked
According to Mr. Garrett, the hearing probably knows all the rest anyhowand marketing profits to be madein and surveyed. Carson Farmer who j
TWO NEW STORES TO brought, out the fact that Mr. talk things over. the business breeds and housing.The this year bought. cleared and fenced HOLMES PRATHER IS
Wettstein financed the purchase of The officers elected at the last instructors will be R. C. Blake of five acres near the stockyards, went
the company by borrowing $26,000 meeting, all of whom will be glad to the College of agriculture and A. L. out to see the progress, accompaniedby
OPEN IN KISSIMMEE and issuing bonds for $30,000 againstthe answer inquiries are: President, Irving one of the largest poultry Secretary Burrows of the Chamber NEW PUNCHER HEAD
property of the company. $20- Mrs. Howard Katz; vice president, raisers in the south and at present an of Commerce, and a representativeof
000 represents the purchase price Mrs. H. Nelson Makinson; secretary operator of a commercial plantVat Cal- The Gazette. They all got a
McCrory's Five and Ten On paid to the administrator of the Car- Miss Lucy Buckels; treasurer. Mrs. ahan, Florida. "kick" out of the proceedings.So Locals Showed Up Well. But

Broadway and Furniture II son estate for the property and the J. Nathan Bryan; and historian, Mrs. "The poultry program begins Monday the chamber's president dickered Haines City Won The GameIn
Carson Farmer.
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Sft.ooo for imorovecients. Mr. Wett- afternoon August) 6, at 3 o'clock I with the engineer and he moved his
Store On DarlingtonThe stein. he said claimed to have put in LITTLE -KISSIMMEE DANCER and continues through Wednesday. instruments over to the newly cleared One Bad InningThe
I 56,600 in new equipment, exclusive of WINS TIlE PRIZE AT LAKELAND Time will be given for those who attend land this week. The three tracts
old Central Drug Store loca- ,repairs .leaving him an investment of to take advantage of the entertainment have been mapped out now, tho tile ; baseball magnates, yesterday
tion has been transformed into a beautiful $26,500.Mr. Try-out night at the Auditorium features being planned." is already on the ground for the Lup appointed Holmes Prather* fieldcaptain
store with a splendid array of Garett contends that the return presented four juvenile acts far above -A. P. Spencer. fer and the Steed jobs, and next week of the Cow Puncher, for thereat
tiful store with a special array of on that investment is illegal and the average, and in two cases were d For The Beekeeoer"In will see that of the latter outfitted in of the Season. '
merchandise of so many kinds it is cites the granting the franchise in the little stars real headliners. Ael- the beekeeping program the Kiasimmee's latest fashion., After The game with Haines City yesterday
difficult to classify them. The McCro- 1901. He says that the only consideration degytha Ida Jordan daughter of Mr. following subjects\ will be featured: Mr. Steed's five acres are tiled which resulted In a six to one loee
ry five and ten cent store expects to the city got was the stipulation and Mrs. C. C. Jordan, who own a "Fundam ptals of beekeeping: how will probably take all of next week for Kissimmee five of the six coming
open its doors there tomorrow. Pat- that the charge for residence phones motion picture house In Kissimmee the farmer can get the greatest returns tho tiling crew will move to the Lup in the first inning before Irlo Br n-
rons will find one of the prettiest interior should not exceed $1.50 per month won first prize. Billed o nth. pro from a few colonies of beev fer eight which should be completed son, pitcher arrived. He went in L
in Kissimmee. Complete remodelling and/ that for business., phones $2.50. gram as "Baby" Jordan this little "Queen rearing of a queen. and her during the following_two weeks. It is during, the expiring minutes of the ..
has been: done under the He further_ point* <0ut that..the franchise ,tot, appearing to be not much .over position: in the colony. probable that Mr. Farmer will be first inning and allowed but five hit
direction- D. M. Bearrow construc- provided that any time alter three years old, danced her way into "Care of bees: the way the economical ready then to have the money making and one run during the rest of the
tion manager for the McCrory chain the first ten years the city could buy 'the hearts of the entire gathering beekeeper takes care of his Urge undermining put into operation OB game. The fans liked the way the
and artistic lighting fixtures mingle the telephone company at a price fixed Undoubtedly Baby Jordan would apiaries."Equipment. his place. team worked yesterday, after the- ".
with large electric fans in an atmosphere by arbitration,'and that regardless of have taken first prize last night had : reason for using Several others are considering tilling first stanza, and believe a good scoring -
of comfort. whether the city wants to 'buy the Forty acts been placed on the standard and up-to-date equipm
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The side shelves and tables are arranged company at this time, the franchise program. She was master of her "Pests: diseases and- insects affecting age can be worked put by the city and Leroy Lesley was at second base
'with skill to make a display will expire in eight year more. audience when she made her first toe bee and how to combat thsm. i county. According: to indication n for Haines City and annexed a large
of, not only commercial interest but The rate, a* provided by the term dance move until her final bow on the "Apiary: how to locate the apiary large acreage will be under tile drainage number of assists, playing his usual
with a taste that is pleasing to the of the franchise, were increased dur- third: curtain.. .-Lakeland Star-Tele- what to expect from bees and what and imtratlon before fall. Mr. star game at the middle sack.:
eye. The business office is suspended ing the;war'when '49 companies filedpetition rram. the bees may expect from, the beekeeper. Lupfer and Mr. Steed will again raise EnsUe come .to Kiasimmee' next
I in a corner; at.the ,rear, giving the *,requesting permission to ."-. C. Goodwin. strawberries on the Steed tract which Thursday for,another game, to decide
If entire floof paee for the> many'kind* ,raise.th.'rates, of*.which,;42 Kisslmmee Mr*. Leslie Squires had as her Other subjects,for wht. i rrrgramJof. will be tiled .next week. the tie which, the Fourth of July left.,
merchandise whichjwill be' offered wa elm Ina'case, carried to truest for the week end.' her mother .study are being"ranged ar r citrus EASTERN -" "*
to the .Kissimmee buying public t_ the .,Supreme'\Court'from Brooksville Krs. Lucius, of Orlando. ____ and fertilizers, liveito-.k and farm DR. DRESCH IN ORLANDO STARPICNIC,
"'" W. K BrokawU. ; in Charge of.. the it wa decided that wider the elrcum- ---i--i: = dairying..., borne4economics, and. ." *FOR: THE NEXT SIX WEEKS \:_ POSTPONED. MONTH,
opening of ,he tore on Saturday' and ataoaee.th.rallrusd,commission ,had to test whsther'thi telephone company . health. Sunday'morning, service at the Pres- J .The":Eastern: 'Star Picnic -which,waa
p. baa heed getting the displav. in readi- ,the right to-allow-the,increase. .Mr. can collect any more than Its franchise.rates. 'A complete program. ,for all cubects byteriaa church will be dla1e"aedcrith to have been held yeaterdav afternoon
ness.. He expect vM>B .SheUon .to- Garrett claim that'condition* are not He claim/that the company *for the entire ....kwill be i.. for the next six weeks during the at;Alligator Lake was postponed,un-:
-. spectorvacation. 'The "vacation1 pastor' *, iabeinjr. Ill:some time in August,..on account k
:here for the opening..He will,employ conditions", not warrant the advance. city In Iti franchise, ,the whole'pointof 1 ,',.: Leddaa:. ,. \111- Fmltr'According : .spent'br']).',W.;'H.'Dresch" in of' the, condition!Df.the weather.., It f !
nine or ten clerk f OT:the opening day He says' that,if:the railroad,commission th.eentraetbeing the maximal. ' 1 to an'aDnGUneemflftt by charge..of a ,church at Orlando.: will probably be :held the third Thursday '
C and will probably have an average of ,srranta <:a..substantial, redaction rate designated:and he Intend., to : official la charge of the general arraagementsv > .f v. . .-- in AugustWhatever:date i*'
fou;' or., five, reculradt.l aU!,of whom. he."will let the matter drop, but that if l carry the ease: to 4 the United '1 ptat.s : ample provision 1*'Jboln*; Mrs.;'Milton Pledge.. ha' iron in- set,will be given doe publicity u\am-

(CdnUn. .'4 on .Pace' JIIleltU1 1II it.doe not,he, will, :.file. "'an Injunction Supreme court- if .necessary.",,.-: ,ij:, .I ,' r.,( ..tlD ;..,Pa ,: .,!tt" ,. < Coronado* -Beach! for.a.few-weeks.-' /i/g., time.1 ,,' -2..... ... ,,,,, .
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+*> O >-*- *.* ... .... . 4c ..... *1B 01 Ovardla*. A..lalat..t..1 rnvetmnt. Company's Subdlvlalon of 1 Florida Development 1 r
..... All FrBctl. Section SI Township .SO. '
er Km...<.r t. Mil Steal K t" .. "
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r c ,I ; |i. Legal Advertisements ,5WOT10H tn, County. State Court of Florida.O oeola County. South The said Rang land 11 Bart.being.' assessed: at the 4'r t. .Board "Notes. .1 I BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ::1

: In ra the Eitat of Annla/V.ra Tucker, 1 date of the Issuance of said certificate ... .
:Minor. In the name oV Unknown. Unless said "All for' Florida and Florida for '

I .. ... .... ... . .. To the Honorable T. U .Corner JuAgoof Certificate shall be redeemed according All" was the slogan used by several CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
tax deed will Issue thereon .on
SALE. said Court: to law .
Or MASTER'
of 'A. n. 1923. speakers at the Greater Florida ,meeting .
Ur" July.
rospectfully repre- the day .
In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth Tour petitioner I
{j', Judicial Circuit of the State of Florid seats that she Is the jtuardlan! of the 3. L. OVERSTREET of the Florida Development WOOD, BRICK, STONE,
J In and for the County of Osceola. In estate of AnnIe Vera Tucker a minor Clerk Circuit Court' Florida, -, Board held in Orlando on July 10,
Chancery. O. K. Krtbbtf Complainant, of the' County and Stat aforesaid. 28-it Oseeola County which was attended by business.men STEEL, STUCCO
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.. James B. Pepler et al. Respond- That there la belonslns to said ci- --
\ \ N. F. BASS SlACK BAss
ents. Foreclosure of :Mortg-acre.. Notice tat. certain rual eiitalp situate, lyingand : >4>'l'l('H OK niWNOI.OTlOX UK. from all) sections' of tbeltate.. I "

,. .Master's. Sale. Notice Is hereby Klv- being In said County. ,, describedaafollown ('0-I'AHT.>F.HlIIII.: Frank B. Vrooman 'pictured the' 322 Royal Street . 61 Spl'O'P'' ..Aytn.u
,: '.m by the undersigned .. Special :Master . to-wit: Notice. U hereby given. that the. bualIMBB Florida Development Board, the State I : :
heretofore appointed In said caus $B'>' of NEW of Action SS Tpwn- of Clay & Thomas a co-partner. the
I' to carry out the terma of the.final decree chip 29 South. Range S3 Kaxl the auld. Hhlp composed. of J. R. Clay and Monroe Chamber of Commerce having --
_. herein entered on the 25th day ol land lying and being In Osceola County Thomas has thin day been dissolved same relationship In' Florida as the
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: the of BHl.l Florida. mutual J. R. Clay tak- U. HAROLD liUMJC:, P. SIMMONS, D. A. MORRISON. JR"
June that pursuant to terms by conannt central switch board has in a great
Anal decree I shall unions payment ni That your Petltlofle-r brllcvvs It to lug over the assets. of said business, communityis 1'reildent. Vice precedent Sea, ,AM ,?;' ._
provided for In said final-decree I. be for the bent InterestS of .Said entato" with the exception of a few account 'telephone system; every Best Fertilizer Intectiddes Sprayers Poultry
made prior to the Sale l>ny offer for to sell unit real estate and that said. receivable und assuming any and all connected with every other ; SuppUei
sale and sell In front of the CourtHouse conveyance be made at private' ,nnl.. llabllldfif of auld business existing on community as it connects upvith Honest Goods Fair Prices Prompt Shlp.t
door Klsslmmee Osceola' County That VOUT' Petitioner desire t* make thin data.Hfiti'il its facilities -
; the central station and
He Know
I Florida, on August 6th A. U. 1923 such sale for the following purpoacn, I at KtHitlmmoc, Florida, this : uses Ak Your Neighbor-
'" Between the legal I Imiirs for sale, t the blithest nnd best bidder for cash Kor the suppOrt and education ofthe J. It. C'l.,AY. I union th..re.l.. strength for greater

.. therefor the Interests of. tliu respondcnts said Ainilo Vera Tuclcer a minor that 3S-4c_ MONIIOK I ; THOM: i8.'I ,development! of every section of Flor- E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jacksonville, Florid.eY. .
I as the same nxlsted' on the' dateof You Petltlonor therrforo praMi '
the execution of the niortitoKc furulosed ''Rn order may be granted by your honor ,- ,MI-IK: 41..' IVrKVM 'O ixla.
i <' In said CHU..... lo-wlt: the 4th authorizing a ....I.. of thf ...Id l r.'al "MOI.X.: t UItI'UII t'i'ju,'\ IJI".I '
thereafter fur IheM' ii fovea.."Id. mill, l el'hert Felkcl oditor of the Saint
day of March A. l I' 1H22 or n i-Btiitc I'Jti4' :NOTICK, I 11 lllHiEIiV I ,,' acquired and the Interest of all Unit mirh othi and. furthor ordfinmav the "d".I"I.I iusi n nil I I ofNtoikholderB the Augustine Record, urged every business -
said .. ... fnil8 I .. th..0 nntur I *' II cont g n
persons clalinlnic an Interest In !I. iiin |
\ of thv 4 lM."I.,1.ut man to always )0.111..1the\ name :
lands untlor snld respondents or ft flY .if I ho iliac may demand" '
.. will i
oruoraiton.HpiU .
of them. nliico ,said I ""I.'. In tho follow 1 .M\1Y ANN riUTHST -. I cojnimnv' Petition u 1.'J"IoI.tin(oilKlnalofwIH ltic'ii I of our state in full, pointing out that .

; luff described property located In imreol.1 .\TK': <'>K I--I.OH1DV. > |now by on tile In. tin ofllre ol Ih.\" u\ i Florida receive! a heiituKO: from

Countv Florida to-wlt I : Opr.-oln Counlv.. .. ) I of I I h.. Circuit, Couit" "f OKI'I olu 011"1' I Ponce de Leon in the name- given to Licensed Funeral Director
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.; "All of fractional Hectlonw 1.2. 13. 2?. 1't monnlly.t I I a|"I"i ''nnil' h f ttt'" me tho Kloildn. to tin. ..lildKiof' tin' ch','ult'' Slor. and Chapml
FtI. < this state when h discoveied it on
I and 24 of Township JwvntxNiv (2Hi ,,i'o11.,1 MHIAnu Jti.ir-j <
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ofIllH u Count Floild.i. it(
Houth of Kansce Tweiitv-nlne < 21iKiiat. I illnil ..t IS..tnte/ .t .tnii 10'.t." Tu<'U't.' Court, Ipu ij.i v. t'.llllltv. Kn"ter :Sunday, 1513: : which i is not .
lfll.l1.l'l.i. I lit 'Illlllldll." I IIIJIMKI1 0"A Sincere, Service I. R.nJ..J
.I..n fri\ttlotial, section IH and th' ;\Mhi'. who, Ix-liiK i li:>' ln 1'1 lila. onK i I 1 141 11 ll.1V, llf MlLUKt. enjoyed by any
J west half; wist halt of ull".t quiir- ")'K that I lie matt'H! Kt L iUjith in tit*' Stewart Avenue AH Patron
i 1'iJT.: : 'ItI 'oIdl X M I 01 IH HOOIIH
.iltlici
o standpoint.! The namen
Houtliwist I onarIcr ,'. I i ii I' tin*'
ter and Lot one i I 1) of U.UMK petition
of North .iHt iiunrtor' ..f ....etlonTilnetein I .M vjivN; ; FlTTC1.'Vttt't : : I I1 i ...ift.I i I' ., VI III.I V i I...' Ill 111'll I I...'t',. ..1 II Spanish i uu-a I I'n.cua Flol'i idn, <>'. ,1.! iit-H'i'ltIg 'aM 't'l'.I""t"
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.nshlli tcntlalx :11.1 1 "h"'lh.-1 In I tonI"'' .
M'o! ; of aalil tow I ? < tI' fJorl.-flo\\'lv K.ist-r. The nbbii'viiition ,
t ((28) III lantfc thlm" ((3il) KantThe : HUN' -41h lm ..I NIIM'mlii. .X l 11> 1'2JTin.Kix 1 : IM |".i.\: ,i.I.'i| 1 t.uvI ,I : Office.: 149 PHONKS: Residence: 78THAT'
> I P TlIM'INS'I : ; than I Iwo j
said. seitlons' unit' put. '* th.reofcomprlHliiic K; .\ : v ntr.iN.Vniiiij : !: does! notme move ,
tinKubi'I.I.I. I i'' :. ii.n.i'.icnrK :: ::: I 1 otters, and ilmnut expiesthe idea !

;:: I park a'co"Jlnf to tlv plat ,lPR\l.) JI\ nttntiswi.Itixpi'c's| Hot. s. iii.niiiTMIOlliiVH i i : of fl.'c'I.n": I -
'I then'of on file In the office nf theCletk.f "Htll 1 "24 l'etlti'.i II'I I ____
j O) .emlic -- I 'l.Ii: t1 "1'it A. 1 1\\1-1 I : T v j v vn
of snM r Jrv Tjj -
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( the Circuit - -- I F0I1l.autil.
I Plat n' :No I'l'I.K 'I'III'\ .KOU 'I' \ \ fill' "I'l till..'". ,'" 2-41 \V. C. l Kyle o" l.ile Has KNIFE-LIKE PAIN I III.
(Countv and recorded In '.!' \ui'll: XII- .--. ....... .
I 1 on I'M.-+4-""W*,< rt-ltiir.t h."' .\ .-l' from 'I 111':11. ---- 'it'cli: n tkht.il! ( to the "il..I."I.i nf the Tor 'our Summer

_"t .. theun latlon of thin' t"r.I:;;; the loi i ;NuTici; : is iiKurcnv: :
1 j lilock.:td and before tiaiin, the. ex.illtlon.I Hold of an.Ironvej th.mortiraue .' : i ; I. Kiilil.H, : ].uiih.iHil. nf '1'". '. i Ciltill-. ,',",.,", l'l.EASING .\ HIT! :SMAI.I.; I (COSTi I'f the dir(-, t IOI's nt the meeting in (lv- N Only One Of !Natures Warnings of t -' Vacation.
, latCK :No* L'4 S. 250. 2..1.I J"- ;-"i-t: -
; foreel.Ked i hi this null 1'1" I . : lan.ln on July 10.) \\e-ak or-liordered Kidneys ci.
I 2'M.5S; 2:21.1: 2l..f. iliitnl tin) litli 'I. \ -- - 1-g.
tract lots and Il.uks of land f niii.-, : ('I l June, .\. I U 1'iJI! 1 h.,. .iilid: Kind .'t! -- -- I
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,4', .-eelopiiii have you aannj! back aching day

r :" I' I'iai I of KlHHlmmee Pnik ,..r.a. follow' 'H fin t.id.. d I 'to 'IM U.In ""'- for !si'veiul veins in ( 11"1' county, Texas 'nt Boaid I wrote to tile (onsul (;lenII am,) night7. .Doou feel !sharp painsafter 'Thnr5'Pieire1"ic' !
, Lot 1, 2. 3 and 4 of flIu'ic..l 1Ixitn tin'dance with law ;>'11101.lIlkll"\ 'I :' by the home .JoiiHin''t'ation! ,{ ajfent ul for \or\tay ill "New. York City the ?
1. 2, 3. and 4 of 111.... K JLots inibiare 1 tin. fi.llowhik di I'. i Hied, ,ino|>- home stooping! Are kidneys sore
t 3, 3V und III.\, <.f Block X.; .rly, Hltuatiil) Ln i i..'eoln ....,"111).. Flm. to inspire a Ki'-'nt1' lofor I isrndintr/ some literature <'Ontainlllsr.li,1 Is the action irregular ? Use Dean's
, \ I Lot 1. 3. 4. 5 and' II nf lilock 4. Icln. to-\\lt through rnakinjf it mote attractive cm st:. i('" regarding the/ crop production Kidney Pills-the medicine .recom ) :

: Lots 1, 2. 3. 4. 5 And n of Klock S. ('..rllth'.. .<. :No; 24K Lots 2, J1*. the exterior as veil us on the intenor in Florida and re-ouested mforniation mended 1 Kissimmee
,. by KO many people -
niock
lot) 7r
All ( I ibetntc one
; t'ill.1a
P.lotk 14.88iHHed to ; II As rule where one family makes the
l All of (being one lot) Block R: ('..rtlll<'lIll' :X.i; 2511. I..., .. 7. s. llloclc a about the possibilities! for getting -. Read'this case:
1..01.. 2. 8, 4. 6. 8 and II of Block" III K.VI>IKHI] to C. i K. linn yard attractive with planting: snd sonIc of the Norwegian immiK'unta Ghus. J. Nelson contractor, .d24. \
Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. fi, 7. 8, 8, 12. 13 Ccltltltati-. 251 Lot 13 llo! <'kII given the house a freshening coat of to come 16 this state. Under St. Ki-'simmee "I :
Bryan : was
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says
and 14 of niock 10.; I 6, AHHI'HHVd. t toV.. A. MrC.Mll. in the (( )
f paint whitewash others
or community REDUCED
I the letter
date of July 'i, he replied that down in back I could \
' Lots 5, 6. 7. S and 10 of Block\ 11.: Ccrtltlcute :N.,_. 252 Lot 6. ISloi'k MO lun my hardly
\ Lots 1, 2. 7. S. 10. 11 and 14 of niockLots 17. AKHi-Kltl to J M 1 Km II.! soon follow.Emphasis had been forwarded to the editor move. Terrific, pains took me across

1 .. 12. P.lock 13 Certificate No. 253. Lot 15 Itlodi\ has be'n jilaced on neatness I lof I the "Nordisk Tidonde" widely my kidneys and it felt like a knife \ railroad and hotel )
!9 nf
5.6.7. 8 and :
Stt. .
and suitable which
Assesned UnknowneVrtlficate :
I 17 to I plantings
lots 1, 4, 5, t. and 6H of Bluek 14 :No 255. Lot ::1.! lilock) read Norwegian weekly newspaper stabbing into the small of my back.
would the .
\, and 3 of Block 15: be possible for even aim- published in Brooklyn New York. acted often had
Lot. 1. 2 19. Assessed to Joe Kla.-r. My kidneys and I to \ RATE1
J Lots 12 and 18 of Block 16. Block 16. (','rllll..a t.. :>lo. 256 Lot I. I'.loi pleat. home. Trimness can be achieved ;I get during the nightS The secretions /
I .; Lots 1. 4. 7. 9. 10. '11. 12 and 14 of 20." AdK4st'd to Unknown. |at small expense if fences, rates, and I I The College]\ of Agriculture has arranged up highly! colored and often .. ,..

; :; Block 17; 1 1t' Certificate No. 258 Lots 13, II afe kept in repair.. Vines flow- interestingand instructive, were .... ...
'steps ..
Lots 4. 5, 8, It, 12, li and 16 of Block Block 22. .VcitewsiMl, to H. Tav lor I an spots came before my eys and I came .............
e'ertltUatt-. 262. Lot I. lll.uk. cia, grassy launs. tieeg window boxes i program for Farmers' and Fruit near falling.I I heard about Doan's
" "I Is.Lots 4. 5. 6 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. I 12.3 and 125. Asenei to l'nkno\&n and flower beds cost relatively lit- growers'; Week, August 6.1.! ] at 'the Kidney Pills and got a supply at Best Bathing Beaches

..' H of Block 19: e'ertlflcatiNo.. 26ri Lots. 12. 11 tle if the members of the family are i University Qf Florida Gainesville-.
1 i1, Lots 2. S, 4. 0. and 7 of P.lock 2'llx : Block 25 .\H84-HHcd to Unknonn.,, all nTHald i I Uoberson's (Drug Store. ]Doan's curedme Florida
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) I I >t. I. 3, 4, 5. 6 and 7. of Block 21. lot ticlng. In KlnalinnitM-" : i'k : all Milling to do their share in planting I'Copies of program: and information of the attack."

,1' i Lots 7 and 10 of Block 1'3.; land being ., sesst-I lit tile and caring for them. The extension ',about accommodations may be obtained Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't simply
f oj I Lots 1. 4. 5. and 8 of Block 24 ; oInTl'r'; thf: Imiuance of Kald iirtlnciiteHIn I I worker has brought out these :, by writing: to Dr. Wilmon New- CHAM BER-/COM ERCE
I Ix ts and 6 of 25; ask for a kidney remedy get
j > shoV\ nboxiI'nli'Hit
y the names a*
I Lots t 2 and 3 1)OH'1.o) 26: mild ccitlrtinteH shall 1..' r..d..d ac- I points encouraging: the rural people e'll 1. dean. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Jnlertilia /'., lu,. on Application

,;. Lots 2. 3 and 14 of lilotK .27.; cording tn law. tax deidlll N.ue to i improve the outsides of their I I Mr. NeUon), ha']. Foster-Milburn Co.,
1,01 1. 2. S. 11." 13. 14. li. 1<> ..ZO..2..1' 22IS. thereon on tin3 th .l.iy of Jill .\. H homes The Pullman Company has helpedto
,, I I 24. 28. all of Block "C.: ; ;' d.- I"t23. .1. I. o\,erst net. cieik.Circuit The United States Department of advertise the increasing popularity Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
, ITIB to the plat of the subdivision .... nintx Florida I .
I COUM i IRI .In I I I of Florida by publsihing in their June
- of the Hotel Site of KlsslmmeePark ,. Agriculture has received a report No Connection At All
CNOTK
(8K.\L) By :S: I i. i nil; l1. I K II. Good Letter Gone WrongA
issue of the Pullman News the in-
beJng
eisceola County Florida 29-51' statins: that since. home beautificationwork ,
; a part of sections twelve tl2) nndthirteen __ !I! started ill the county 4 years ciease of 28.1 percent in business they An old ne;{ru. preacher was waxingwarm .
.' (IS) of Township, twenty-nix 1)J..tU "ft.-; '' handled during the months of January the of traveler on a steamship had writ-
426) Houth range twentv-nlne CZIIII' : I': FOIl KIN ago there has been the greatest interest abput crime stealing
I' Kaht according the official pintflied In the e'..unt\ J udOl"'" Court. rf OM..o".1 I in a better understanding of artistic February and March of this year watermelons.. As he reached the highpoint ten a complaint to headquarters about
and recorded among the publicrecords C'ounty. 1.'lorltln. In 111)( ::iiHti-r. 'over the same period last Miami of hm lookedup the presence of vermin in his berth.
plahting. Instead of the former i yeais subject, a darky
. cleieaned Notlo. of
1A Pfann. Applioatlon -
I j of Osceola e'outy, Florida. In : He received back from the administrative
.I ;; headed the list with an increase of -
. book No. I at 41. For ]Discharge.Notice I hit or miss color masses of flowers and snapped his fingers.
plat page Is heieliy giv.',. that the on'.Iersigned 65.8 percent while Saint Petersburgwas "How asked the head, a letter of immense effuslvene. -
ALSO: All of fractional sections 26.Ii there is considerable harmony. Many :, come, brudder
3.. and all of section 25. except the as I2xe: < utoi of the Lnnt second with 42.2 percent. Other "dat when I talks about .!!.
yard and box plants ate seen preacher watermelon -
Will and Testament of Ida 1. Pfann / cVeI'ywhere -
I east half of the Northeast, quarterthereof cities were: Tampa :IJ3.9 percent; all I I Never before had such a complaintbeen
-.I- all In Township 26 Houth. 'I..a..d. will, apply to the Honorable' even in the poorest negro stealing yo' snaps yo'
Ran se It Kant, excepting. however T. I.,. fomer. County Judici* of OBCI ida home There !ias been an unm al I'clni Beach and West Palm Beach, fingers 7"Nothin' lodged against this scrupulously

from the operation of this decree all County. Florida on the 14th day of flower show at the Hughes Springs I 30.0 percent; Bellalr, 28.2 percent; 'tall, pahson nothin' 'till. careful line and the management

_ _ _ _ the and tracta lot.before and blocks the execution of land sold of his Auituat.final A.accounts n 19Z3.and for his an discharge approval a of* community. This year there was botha Daytona, 17.6 percent; Saint Augustine !- I jes happen to think whar lief' maknlfe. would have suffered any loss rather

the mortgage conveyed foreclosed In this suit. such Executor. rose show and a chrysanthemum 14.1 percent; and Jacksonville ."-=-StaIey Journal. than cause annoyance to so distinguished

The said .ectlona. and part. of section.I II This l.Mh I day of June. .\. n 1923. show in the county. Several womenare 10.0 percent. a citizen etc.. etc', etc.
comprise the subdivision known as. Mc- HENRY :<1. PFANN. THE QUICK-WITTED JEWELER lie was very delighted with the abject -
,. Cool'a Addition to Klsslmmee Park. according Executor of the Last Will and Teata-. making successful business of PLEDGES LEGION'S But he throwing
I. apology. a* was -
L : to the plat on file In the office merit of Ida L. Pfann deceased selling boxes plants slips !!seeds I I.OWSLEY TO WORLD COURT At a jeweler's recently' a lady who the there fell outa
11-9t away' envelope,
! t of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of vines and rustic stands. In cases
the
for her hus-
Osceola County Florida. and recorded was paying repairs on slip of paper which had apparently
where it has not been possible to I I I
In Plat Book No. I. at pare 78. The )\<)TICK. OF1. APPLICATION FOR TAX President Harding' plea for American band s watch inquired what was the been enclosed by mistake. On it was'
I ,
; ,' tracts,' lots and block. of land embraced UKKD. paint the home has been, vhite washed. entrance into a world court will tl'ouble with it. a memorandum: "Send this guy the

1 :;' In this decree as shown by the NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. That More homes are being remodeled be supported by the American Legion Jeweler: "A'hair got tangled in the bed-bug letter.l ".. Teani-Work.
: I said plat are 'the. following: :lira.. :Mary. D. nronion. Admlnlatratrlx painted and screened than ever be. it has been announced at flatlonal hair spring." I -
I The McCool'a lands as shown on said of Estate of John K. Bronaon deceased .
t ; ', plat except beginning at the Southeast purchaser of Tax CerttrtcatB No. 16*. fore. __ i' headquarters'of the veteran' organ Lady (anxiously) : "What color' was Half of the miseries of life mightbe

,,1 corner of Lot No. 1, of McCool'a Addition 1(7 168 and 164, dated the'eth day o( PORTO" ization in Indianapolis. The 'legion's It 1" '. I extinguished would man alleviate
RICO SUFFERS .
to Klsslmmee Park) run thenceBast June A i). haa died said certlrt.catca CRIME
19J1
authorized in resolution '
86 feet: thence Northerly 1S24.6 in my.ornc.. and has made application action was a Jeweler (promptly) : 'Exactly' the the general curse of mutual compassion. -
... WAVE at its last national convention color' madam." Minutes. Addison.
feet: thence West 6 feetto; the Northeast for tax deed to issue In accordance adopted of yours, ;- : -
corner of sal* Lot No. 1, and thence with la..... Bald certificates embrace recommending establishmentof
\ South 1324.E feet to point of besrlnnlnif. the following described property Porto Rico is suffering from a tribunal to adjudicate disputes _. -

} The said McCool lands, except. aa above situated In Osceola:: Count}.. Florida c>;ime wave caused by forwarding of between a. nations.
being; the Northwest quarter of the I to-wlt firearms from the mainland to the island
, Northeast quarter and the Kant half of No. 15!. B..4 of NE,4 of HE'.. or Sirtlnn according to recent letter I Defining the attitude of world war
a
the Northeast quarter of the : 2. Township 25 South range 2X received fighters: Alvin Ownley legion nutio'i:
west quarter of said section 25; -Iorth-I Kant No. 157. NV4 of 8E' of Section at American Legion national in address delivered
al commander. recent
j Lots S 4. *. 7. 8. 9, 10 11. 12 a
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) 4. Township 25 Mouth Ranee 28 \Haul headquarters here from A. J. 1'eronne,
:. 13.. 14. 16. 16. 17, 18. 19 and 20 of Block No. 158. Me*. NE Cor of NE. i run :S; of San Juan, adjutant of the legion's at Sioux Falls South Dakota,
' XI I Ski >'d*. \\ 4(0( vdl. N. 70 > d*. I': 32" said :
,; ::1 Lots I. %..a. 4. 5. 6 and 7 of Block 31. organization in Porto Rico.
>.is. N S'lo! yd. W. lln yd* N. 220) > 01.! "Let that this American
,c r. Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A, 7. 8, 9. Ill 11. 12. }:. 220 >'11... In Section 6. Township 2"iFouth. I'eronne asks the assistance of national I no man say
\ 12. 14. 15. 16, 17. IK 19. 20 and 21 uri Legion has nut inaugurated agreat
Jianice 2tl Kant' :No 1t>4. II. ,, headquarters of the veterans'
i lilock; S2; InternertIon I of S line of I 2 anil movement for world peace Wo
t Lots I. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6, 7 and S of Bloek 11t.I of Way of Kin Midland lit H inn. I I society in obtaining amendments to have the honor of seeing the present

33.; I No."w..t"l. 1 along Rt. "r'H\' Kicha the postal regulations prohibiting thenjipoi idea
I : Lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 12. J Soot h wt'plerlv at llwht t, tation of weapons and ammunition administration adopt thelegion's
t IS. 14. 16. 16. IT. IH 19.211.21.22.23.1 with said Hi nr'oy to 8 line, into Porto Rico through the of a woild court plan. There must
t 24 and 25 of Block 35: 2. thence along Hatd line ..r in the end be some such tribunal and
; .1 I'' Lots I. 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6 of Block 34.1 Section IS. TunllHllIp, 25 South a""I".1 I mails the principle. route of entry. 'Amelicans cannot fail to the fal-
'I. .' ; ,.; Lots i. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. s. 9, Hi. 11. 28 Kant "If the postal laws can be amended see
I 13, 14, 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20 21. 22. 23. I The Hald lun.l. being\ aH..eH...'.1 along the lines suggested then thepolice lacy of appealing to war for the vindication "Bring in tb. next caia ,lnJ I
* ;', 24. 25 and 26 of Block 36. 'date. of tHHii.im... of Kiild i certificate I Iti. of international justice. I .....11.
I Lota 17. 18. 19. 20. 21, 22 and 23 of Ih,' name of PNKNOWN: : : Unless ..aldcei \ authorities can regulate or license hope with all being for the tunewhen it a can' of genmtneard't
my 'C,...,, taiJ th
Elock 27.I t irtcn-tea Kliikll ,be i'l-tned accord the sale of firearms ,ind so pre *
.I The terms of sale to l b.., cash This InK to ,law tax <1....il 1 ill issue thereon vent their ownership by irresponsiblepersons there, shall be some sued a trib a::.. Tit;,.,;.Judge. "and don', let

the 29th day of June. A 1' 1928.I on thi- ;.tilth, .1.9'], of .Jul\'. .\. I) 1923.J the letter states. I unal." 'a anyon* drink she rvidettct."
I JOHN S 4AHKUSpecial I. IIVKRSTKEET. Commander Owsley in the ,same address 1
There'snoshegqas.sogooJs.
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I Master In said CauiW -. Clark Circuit ourt. The Porto Rico department of the '
J. KTEKU.JOHNSTON indicated that the legion would ,: the original Watd't "Cnuhti."
29-5t MHCi-ola I'.ullty. FloridaTI legion is one of the most recent for-
& OARB.ETT. --- -- continue its fight for exclusion\ of immigration -.
of the
: Counsel for Complainant. 29.41OOTI4' :> < .: 41'"' U'I'I.I'ATIO'I"nlt/ TAXI eign departments veterans organizations for a period of five years.
to be formed.
\ OK APILU'ATIOV FullS. )EEl). "When .did it become a moral privilege -

TtY U'F.IJ Nntlie JII lli-r."liOKen, ThAt MAry YOU DO NT HAVE TO SWAT 'K.M I for a man to leave his country
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\ L 1"YIII.loI.: ) piIrt'liaser of Trf x ( .r-
', Notice Is hereby nlven. that. C. Atraub lill.nl.- :No; tux. dated tin. M li ilav of 1 when that country never needed him INSIST on the best
$ purchaser, of Tax Cel tlflcaliHNos June .\ II. I'i2t! hu. flli'il ....1.1 c. rtlll- If you are subjected to boring rios- as it does now ?" he asked "Let them

p 1 15S 154 and 155. dated the .th day ,.tit,. In innflli.... anil) IIUH tad appll.itlon (/ .
of I>. 1920. and of Tax Certificates .
June, A. ( f" tax I'd I to INHUIfn I n< cord-
Nos. 143 148 and 144. dated th"Cth aiuevlth) la\\' Said f"i1 1 iflf.uti'. cinbr.icin which tests have proven is nmr effective I longer for their home country 'so "Smiles the "
day of June, A. 1)I 1H21. him, filed the f.illo ttihr, .J l, Rcrll>i-r1 inopitv than swatting, and .>ther mtth-, those (e-ountries may lie enabled to pay to sip is the test of Ward'soriginal

.. '. said certificates In m> ofllce and baa. nlttiated 1 In I ciKi.ol.i ....ull.y. Klol'Id.i. ods of exteimmation. When bothered 'their debts to America." "Crushes.1"smilage" You the
for deed to IHBU. get longest
made application tax to-wlt.
.' In accordance with law Maid eerlltlvatea l.otH 57. :1v i :,'1 anil. Cl'.. rloi-k" 11. )'In11111 ,,- in your bedroom at night, ic-I Asserting that lack of immigration;
embracethe fyllowll\" ...... ".ilproperty { anil) I i'.ti'I,'H Stilitlliwi.tri\ 1 ".f l.olf move a screen from the window place ,restriction is responsible foi: the fact only from the genuine Ward'sOrange

situated In OHtuola ('"u"I t)'. :.I'l" 1 .111.1 41: S \L. A. I I'o'H >'ul..h.IMI"" Atfl electric! fan inside the room about that there are ten million illiterate', Lemon
I Flrolda. to-wlt: of s.,itlun 11. TowiiHhlp. Jfi :SouthH.in six feet from: the window facinjr it, in America the legion leader said : or Lime Crushes.. Ward'sCrushes
No 153 of ly20 Lot 6. lilock I. HId .
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.' Si.M..., to K. )'. BallUHNo The cil:,iul l.i"ml, In.Inu IIUBI.H"I.d I ii I tli,< and turn on the current I "We need a sweeping Americanization owe their distinctive and delightful
- 104. of 192" Lot 7. Block 1 .\aI dit.] of II,.* fH'.imiici nf Hai., I c...(1110-1.' The stiff breeze will draw th.- inosguitoes program to take care- of those flavors
I toi-HHed to VnknownNo : I In I tinn mi., itf It r ;Mill i (I'nli. 'MSHttlil ( into its path and will IH too vast numbers already! within our to the natural fruit oils of oranges,
v 155 of I'l211! Lot 4 Block 2. As- ) "'''liii' 1(1 Hhal, ) I In i .'.1.,1' ailllllllllL ,
strong for them to repel. They will boundaries! but I the flood lemons and Umes. To these
fiBM.-d to L. tlull.. I III I l\\ Ilk llllll. vIii, I ISHII. as lung as have been
, .\ll. nf the nhove b..Inn In th. I.t..t| CI It,,''''''.tt. t"t I th. J"! .1 I .1.1.1"r .1\Mil I* \ .11ri.'s lie blown frcrtn the room and will he '''gates of immigration ate open we1

.. ] >l\lslon of Thin'man clt\. .J F i I. 1 1\.' KHsTunrri : unuhle to fight their. way back againstthe I shall never be) able to get a start on added pure cane sugar citrus fruit juices,
No 143 of 1U21 Lot k. Pnik < iiinl.ni: '1.,1 i 1 IC cli. cilit < '0101.2t.t t.
:nd S"t of $\\ 'l. of :N\\ '",4 Stf. lion. :; II" ..I.. Count, l 10'1.,1.1.. ) air curre t. In a short tim. the. entire this problem. If I had it within my U. S. certified food color, fruit acid and

, ::3: Township ;27;, .South.. Idnui. 29 K.iHt -- -.- - -- --- room will be cleared of th. in power, there would] he a law that every -
t' t A?.$. lined to C It. \\ llkirHimNo \<.IIKI: TO i .IU'III'I'un"I. : sects.This. i man enjoying the pl' viell'] ('" of carbonated water. Everybody likes them.

f t; I 144 of 1921 I Lot 21. I'a i kln i denxXiitlon ii f Mirf of | hc I niintr .Illtluf." 4>'.rrf lu method was devised by an ...lectiical -- this land and \living under' the radiance.
5 Township. ;?r.i.mth KaliM'i'f i .< IIIMI> Htatr of 1..1011 l ,. '
, Kiint .\*........-.i to J C i IHbhli-. In i. "KM un, t'I''i' 'mi,.,it :V; f'l.irk.' engineer after watching the ( f the American Flag who attemptedto
, No: 149 of 1921 Lot 311. Pink:, linden; .* '1',' ill I I i 'I L.I lit I I. .is. I I.. >- .!' ..v I nun ci ILliteeB method u,..i'J to r'l1othe\ last tiaces start any bolshevism or eommun1'itn -
1..' Hectlon 5 Tow nehi I' 24 South itu ng.. -'J .UK,"] .nit. I I',., *.HIM. ,hi\ini,: l'ititnt. .. orI of air from vacuum tubs used in rad- would be deported."
,;. ITast Assessed to J. C I IHIiLilc! I ft'lllllll.lH, "iit.ti tItt Hllill llHtate.oti. : I WM-ar: .
:. rt: The said lands bt-lnic a"ai.KMI.d at tli.dalvs ,init 1 .. ". h of \oii. ,iii< )hlelno- io.-Ermsco News. I, --- -- n
I: vt of the lHH.uan of said t 1'1111.at. t 1111..1 i n ml I ,."ul| I't'"I to I.r..nt nnil.tlniH \' -- - -- Ready To Oblige
, <. .... In names as Known ...bB"1..'ee inil ilriniMiilK, %\ hti'h % ou. or (;o\ernor smith, of New York State -:-
. ,' said certificates shall be rrdei-med nctordliiK .'tthit. of .\ ou 'in iv linvi' nKMlti.Kt Ihe I.H- "proposes that the state exempt the "I want a h hav,'." Raid a deter -
to law tax, de.'cl will IHMUHtheiuon tnt.. of, TliHin.ia i :N 10.. I on the 13th day ..Auurunt AU of iii-ceoli ..u..t Klotlila' to ti,.' undctKturnefl I
'; : 1923. J. L. OVERSTRKKT! I cijirn II Clark, of Haid. ) I-K- tax HO that he may not be deprived -, to u chair in the Coliseum liurbei

I _ Clerk Circuit e'ourt. tat,'. vrlUiln two jeain. from HIM diiti' of full opportunity to nee all I Shop. "I don't w-ir.t a hair! -'>t nor a

,;.r: Ls I .O. eola County. Florida. hereof his earning: for thnr education and shampoo. Ne,ther do I walt: any !bay
-:-;. .. JJ)' 8.: 11. Bullock, I 1. C Date.I July the second (2). .\ P 1923 witch hatch hair tf nit hrl t.-w-
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his ;
and I'um
4 (Roal) 31-St 1'1\No\. 13 CNAHK.Kltslmmee. promotion of health safety I
? Florida. Executrix 1 family. Governor Smith classifies a els, or face massage. I don't want

TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Notice Ill( -lit "small-salaried man" as one who the manicure lady to hold my hand : ,

\;. *.. hereby ulven that the undersignedwill makes less than nor the bootblack to fondle my feet .j
,' f $5,000 a year I
apply to the Honorable ) O. Andrews nTH Id. OK AI'IM.ICATIOV VOlt TXDIF.I \
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c I I just want a plain shave with no
JudK of the 17th Judicial Circuit >. f
-, of the mate of Florida, In and for :Notice In Hereby Given. That Joe Honor and, Shame from no condition trimmings. Do you understand ?" Ceuin. LEMON-CRUSH and UMG-CRUSH: .
; Osceola County on the list day of Hutler. purchaser of Tax Certlrtcnt.i "Yes sir! ," said the barber "Will! oLrI '
, Julyf AJ D. '123. for license to No: 21 ,. dated the 7th dat of June!, A, rise, -Pope. I I '
_ take charge of and control her 1>. 120. has filed said certificate In my 'n- ' .- you have some lather on your face '

_ ty aDd ..cnmeta, fre*.deal..r office. and hfu made application for 666 MalariaChills and tlr ?"-New York Evfn1ng', MaU, "KrOI. Coca-Cola Bottling Works '
_ rsp.ctDated, at Klsslmmee, man..j. tax deed to issue. In accordance with cures :

_t _ on this the' 20th. day of June law. Said certificate embrace* )'ho following Fever Dengue' Bilious Advertising Isof j, no more import- \ '
or
.I.v 1323 A.'j."AofNIE: )( ( described property sltii.ltod: In i I slIce to a merchant than gasoline i ts Kissimmee, Florida '
_ JOHN8TOXOARRETT.. .Usceola County. Florida to.wit: (
I ., Fever. It t .e .
- ; Cou.eI_ for ,JPotJUojper, 2$-lt. Fractlpnal Lot 46. Semlnol* Land and destroys }ie germs to 'an automobile n) I i

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VALLEY' UAZEITE" FRIDAY. DULY' 20. U23'' ) .. .. ...,. ..- .' --- .. -. . ..._.........fRiiII'........ '

Instruction Chief samples oft I the varied and valuable . - }J

I FLORIDA MOST ECONOMICALLY MANAGED The supeHnterllbnt '-of ''PiJbUc iietruetlon '. mineral resources of the state, besIdes
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is a member of the board of a. wonderful display of relics of the 'sT
education, with a, general oversight vanished animal life of past aeea-the dubber Stam
By MoeesrFohiomTo of the atate'a school affairs, in all mammoth ,Iephant, .rhIDOCero..bel' ,;
say that Florida has the most i board ia composed ot the governor, filling an Important rank: In .comna'l''' toothed tiger and other huge forma of .
economically managed government In treasurer, aecretary' f state and the. icon with manyof the states In school grotesque life, which with the remains -
the United States may seem at tint comptroller. _. matters, ',to 'detail .which would take of fishel' and sea monsters help to 'Ye' are prepared take' orders for any -kind'
glance ta be a strong statement, but The comptroller of the 'state In addition columns of space; The compreheip'sive make 'up the 'w.orld'a largest phollphate 7 .
a presentation of facts will' austaln to hi. varied duties has supervision biennial report 4esued by' thb deposits' of central It'lorida. In of: Rubber Stamps, Dates or Pads
the claim.In of the state banks and trust department ,will give interested per-. the state eeologl t's.collection can be
Florida, the (ovemor ,and other tompanles. In some of the states, the lions full Information. seen the remains of primitive horses, 9 4' a.Kissimmee :.
state officers constitute what is local.ly I banking commission II Ii high balar The institutions for correction, de.fecUtes little: fellowl' about the size ot sheep, '. '
known as "The Cabinet!' Each of- 'led official, In several instances each ete.. the hospital for the insane with one" two or three tocs. They Valley ,Gazette,
(jeer -haa hie particular duties, but In getting as much .1 any three of our prison farm, industrial IIchqols disappeared, may' J\ave mIgrated to i .. ,
addition most of them take on other state officers. The comptroller Is also for' boys and girls,feeble '''rnind"d!" col- Europe via Atlantis;; the lost continent : KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA: USTUDEBAKEii'S
reRponsibilities while Jointly they constitute state auditor an official which in other ony etc., are under control of the of the Atlantic ocean, and came i
various commfBIIlons, which in 'atatee is a separate me, as it was board of commissioners of>> state In- back In their' present size with the I
other states have duties handled by at one time In this state The comptroller -' stitutions, composed of the governor white man, as there were no horses I _
eparate officers or commissions. For Is also In char$ ot the auto. and other cabinet members, each feeling here 'when white settlement began.
example: the state treasurer Is inauance mobile tag service which in season is individual! responsibility and (personal Spoils of The Sea I SALES FOR Reunion
commissioner, which Is a distinct ''lion active one! with tags In 1923 run. Inspection 18 frequent. In many Visitors will find much to amuse- IIALF YEAR ARE 81.880 CARS Joyful family ..,
office in most states. In New nlng well above 100,000 In number. Helis of the states similar institutionsare and Interest them by a visit to.the -
York the Insurance commissioner has also executive officer of the Blue separate boards c.r shellfish commlssioner'lI museum of I brothers
:
I "Two 01 my' and .Ister, as
designate the Word has been received the
spoils of sea"-turtle
weighing just by
It salary of $10,000 or within $500 as Sky Law and service too as a member by a official and accord- well .s myself have been chronic'auf-
mach our governor and treasurer of the pension lJoaJ'81.His offices ingly at a much greater cost. hundreds of,pounds, and other peculiar Klsllmme Auto ComplmyJoeal Studebaker .
1\1 fererl from in stomach, indigestion
get coni'bined. In some states the insurance are. the largest In the state capitol. The attorney general, the legal adviser kinds of active and inactive denizens I dealer, of the new record 'established , pain In pi right side near appendix
of the state Is member of of the great deeps about Florida. ,
commissioner is combined : Agriculture Commission I a eev- by the Studebaker Corporation and liver trouble for many'years. My
with the regular office aa "exofficio' i The office of the commission of agriculture eral boards and his services are infrequent These two collections are well worth ; of America for the first IIIx :sister tried Marr'a" Wonderful Remedy -
and a salary of $2,000 or $3,000 is also a busy one. In it are demand by all the other a trip to Tallahassee to lee. months of 1923, when a total of 81880 ,. with such good results that we all
state treasurer not :found the records of the boards The new capitol Is a beauty, and ev- ,
sttac\1ed.\ The original surveys Studebaker l"ars1I Sixesweresold. took a cpune of it and It helped In
only handles the sixty odd different made by the United States government The State University, College for cry citizen can well be proud of it The each case Last ,Sunday we bad a
funds' In which the money of the an Invaluable inheritance Women School for Deaf and Blind exterior Is not as 'Imposing as some I I All Studebaker plants continue at family reunion In celebration of our
state b divided, but as insurance'com- The records of the state prison are and the agricultural and Mechanical: others but the Interior Is up to date 1 i capacity operations and the present recovery and what we all did eat" It
missioner,"he collected In 1922 a total also 'found in It and frequently consulted College for Colored, are under the ih convenient artang'ementlll equipments output ot 15,000 can per month is ini is a simple, harmless preparation that."
err OI,119.16! in fees, etc.. from insurance : during the recent session of the board of commissioners If state insti.tutions and finish. From the dome can ,sufficient to meet the persistent demand removes the catarrhal mucus from
companies these componit" .legislature and by aU parents of miss- the board of i'Jcation and be seen perhaps the most picturesque I for more Studebc.kers from every the intestinal tract and allays tbe inflammation .
tnvl' deposited with him securlt ing boys. A leading feature of the office the board of control. The state road view In Florida. The commissioners section of the country, which Is as which causes practically
i.... to the value, of $3,473,000 as Is looking after the agricultural department, the state live stuck '.an.. who picked out the site of Tallahassee I gl'l'at--or greater-than at any time all stomach, liver intestinal ailments
guarantee for polices Issued In this development of the state and a large Itary board and state board of health;) 101 years ago, as a pretty spot year.It including appendicitis; One dose will
"tatl It will be an Item of interest variety of literature relating to pro- are separate. e.orJranzat'I'n's.! for the capital' city, .were onto their 11'1' well known that right from the convince or money refunded. .J. Z. '
to know too that the state carries iteoa ducts and prospects is available to Tile roal1' J 1)3l\ment !'CCvel fr>mall jobs. I first of the year the Studebaker hall Roberson and druggists verywhere..
i, insurance on property and the homeseekers, AffiliatllJr with the agricultural sources in 1I'2 t : a total of $4.124- There has been much talk about, the I experienced a demand that has continuously .
.n\it g In 1922 was in excess of $20- department, will be found ,70:, and disbursed $3.3 f-'I5.l.!' The need of a new constitution but the been far In excess of production :EDITORS OF COUNTRY ,
110(1) ( the shellfish commissioner, the state state board of health disbursal: :12.- necessary changes can be made by although the plant capacity COME TO FARMERS' AID '
The state has no public debt except chemist, and the state marketing commissioner 341.6/i/ In 1922. amendments without cost of a con- was substantially increased 'durinA' the
fi01.567 refunding bond", bearing In- all Important bureaus. The The office of the state hotel cum- vention. The constitution of 1887, spring when a number of new facto- The newspapers ot the country are
.t nt 3 percent held by the educational commissioner of agriculture also issues mission was created in 1913 and dur- under which we live, handles the ques- j ry unite at South Bend and Detroit devoting more and more apace toeg-
funds, merely a ledger or a most complete map of the state Ing Its first six years' had a deficit of tlon of taxation, the source of a good I In which construction'; its stetrtedlate riculture, that industry which feeds
bookkeeping obligation of one fund with much statistical information. and $21:154.: In 1919 a new system was inaugurated !deal of conversation In certain seasons ( last year, were completed and i more than a hundred million and
to onother. On January I, 1923. the .under an appropriation by the recent and report of the commiR- In the following: sections: equipped for production which //lIves occupation to aomethinlt
-tat'! had a balance of $2,701,213.56 legislature he will have a !new one In sion shows a "turn In" to the state Section 1. The legislature shall pro. While Studebaker sales for the last : like thirty million Amerlcanl.
in cash in its vaults pr else scattered October. With the govern',,,, sUorne:' treasurer of $23..128. During 1922 a vide for a uniform and equal rate of II six years have been increased progressively =: That conclusion can 'be drawn from
through the IItato bank depositories, I general: comptroller ant treasurer, total of 4, 279 hotels and 2,694 rcataurants taxation and shall prescribe such valua-regulations each year, the newest record -: the reports and discussions made at
shall
: percent interest, and all securirnr he is a member of the Everglades" were inspected. The recent as secure a just con be better appreciated by comparisons. the recent meeting! of the agricultural -
t. there! deposits the banks have I drainage board, the same: also l-jnll: legislature was 80 pleased with the tion of all property, both real and per- i The sale of 81,8RO cars college editors of tho country at
:hf' trl'asure\'s office bonds to the I trustees of the internal improvement l'ommissioner' work that he was given sonal excepting such! property as maybe in the first six months of 1923 shows New Brunswick, New Jerley. From al-
,l hI' of :1,570,100.: The total value of I II hoard In charge of 1al1l1"1 of which the more money, a larger salary and exempted by law for municipal, ''an increase of 36 percent over the best most every sute come reports of the
I, I. and securities of all kinds in t state owns a million or more acre;. AI- increased authorit),. Florida is notable educational, literary scientific, religious previous six months' business In Stu.debaker whole-hearted manner In which edi-
l'.a (' office 'ts above $!1,OU0.- 'sn wlJh the governor, attorney gI'n.I'rnl for hotels, having some of the 01' charitable purpo e. I history-that of 1922 when ton are searching:! for the very best
111'1 The interest earned on stntcI I It' secretary of state and cotpptroller l. I finest in the world and one of them Section 2. The legislature shall provide 'the total of 60,05:1: cars were sold. I agricultural and home economics Information -
< it iM Raid to b. 1111'1/1' enough! he i is a member of !lh' hOllld of i iv the larJ?:('. t. The commissioner for raising revenue sufficient to Compared with sales for the entire for the benefit of their
1 'Ii.'ally par InIH'h of tho clerical pardons. It meets 'lOi-unnll..lly. has the cordial backing; of both the 1(, defray the expenses of the tate for year' of 1918. the half-year record of readers.
}h. ;' nt the stale house I:The oil division of hi;c dc7u'! '" '1..11' I It'an'linlm'n'". asol'iati' n anti of i Baum each fi;cal year and also\ a sufficient 192; shows an increase of 2-13 per- I The discussion which followed the .
11,. l.trge"t lir..t fund, cam"d byh I showed in 1922' a tots ) ''\'''> t It., II the hotel, m'n'. lIo'iatioll. Persons to pay the principal and inten.otiof c(>nt. It i ii lOR percent greater than various reports brought out the fact I'I
,. treasurer's: office rv, thn'' of pfor ,"'- : d'ffertait oil eoi) );u-ia. duo i'n., rho' \\ hn. think tlH work of the ,'lfl !tjS5 1 ion I I Ii ( the existing indebtedness "of the 'sales; for the full twelve months of I that this growing attitude of the .
., ('onf.d""RI'" soldiu'!: and I'' vent\ sGt4R: X119! glilli!'.o: or "r.f'I' i= merely) to inspect kitrheus and ''states i! Hll!!. It exceeds the sales of the full newspaper owners of the countrY is
flow. of whom thorn were 4,011; ill f'um which the ..t..t. I't'ci\1 I ')I;((1. -leaping room. will 1 h? surprised to I'I Salina a. !lo tax shall be levied exC year 1920 by 59 percent, and ib 23 percent due to a more pronounced aealiz3t1011
I -ll1tt' on June 1. and each ,1I'awl:1' < I'2.8 1 : in f..c" The ,." ''';1':' fl""l1 f..rIlIn'r learn that it has l'l'hited" stho during pt 111 pursuance of law.Semi"n greater thAn the sales for the on their parts that agriculture II the
'. \'('; n huger aunt than i, gnon '- and feed 1 ta' i..s dui i".. the the lasltivo' year, bare superi'urn !I 4. No nJ"ney shall he drawn" 'complete year of 121.! I' basic Industry of the country. They
to \....t"ror \\'ido. s by any olhr .year all1Oul1tt.1 to ": :7.1 I'll} 1 I. ; 1 ('''II.-ll ut'wn ,,"ol'k'alt;:..d 1 iil IW' from the trrasurv except( in pursuant "Studl'baker's accomplishment' feel that: of ill the Indulltrh.'s,.agrlcul-
r t the Rnlltlwf'nt"tea. p1'li- I The secretary I of "'a n.i + iariud) nits, III ov..r eight million dollar Th" e of al'proJ1I'i.tion' mode by Illw. comes even more significant." according ture is the least organized and the
II.t have land in tho state for ,duties ranging from ;1 etio': of tiro holt'ls and 1.0:'riling hou,,,', of the S. .tiOl\ 5. The legislators! shall au- to Mr. N. C. Bryan, when It is realized most In need of the moral influence
eight Yl'lIrR to got A rdace on the roI"I! I capitol and ground.. .llIIt,.. .-i ::'ring ;- state are not only 'tierned, hut whore thori7r the !several l'onntie; and if1I'OI'p01'llh'J that beilll a 'Iarge producer. ''anrl assistance of the press of the
the state .
in
cities towns
1111 ..!',en"e hunt the rule for( one I commissions grntc.i: ll', !th goirrnnr 11'('\'11"111'pro'ided with fire escapes or i tud'hllker is strictly' a bUilder of land.
annuls the prr ion. Thl'rl' are jui',1 churl.rILn," .tull' and! safety upplil\l1(>"s. The commi'sioner to assess' and impose taxes f"1 county high quality carR which range In price Too long, It Was pointed out has
no property reRtrictions..idow who law bpoks. EtC.. the in; ,.,,11' of ho"f _is wvirking .ab'nl{ practical and municipal anti purposes all and shill for no-betn.d I homl. $97 i, to $2750: and in capacity I farming been on a hit or tnisa {iasie.: .
ou lumhl'r the veterans are eligible flee for the years 1I'1 ; 'lit I'I::! 1'1111'11in lin..s. other purpose property established f.mtwo\ to even passengers, and It has been felt that a man could farm
I I' urrlar unto. up to 1917. The \!' a total of $:!:;.5. 4 :';.1 J. 1\\,. ; )Is-o The enlarged capitol provided new upon the principles and I that \ Studebaker manufactures stlx- when he could do nothing else, that
, lit i. gislnture add.,1 several I pt'nI'I set tea II" a O1l'ml.f' tiii tvird, ) 'f offi'e" for the state geologist. and he I I for state tllxallol1. But the cities es In .ever increasing: numbers. And I\anybody could farm. But thetime. has "
t, to the/ IlK!. Thu. pension education! and of .e par.ol! hOIlI't! needed them. Now visitors t an see I incorporated towns shall take their own"esllments by providing us with three distinct I come when the tables are reversed.
II I for munidpal parposes models, Studebaker has enabled us to No longer man that can do
- - ------ - -- -------- - -- -- upon the property within their limit make
I fit the buyer with the car he needs InothlnR' else a substantial living
!'. rust all the shoe salesman fits the shoe ;from the soil, Today there are thousand5 .
Under these provision! an ad valor. t'to the foot, Instead of trying to adapt of insects and diseases. which
I'm system has developed and.lhe money I the tar to the buyer. There are a ''I make agriculture a technical bu,inese.
appropriated segregated Into funds I number of other reasons why Studebaker Destroyed forests no' longer yield
STUDEBAKER DIG.SIX FIVE.PASSENGER COUPE $2550 devoted to one or another, until now j has been able to achieve new garne and other food in abundance.
there are more than sixty. Under this records otter These Include the
t year year. : Depleted soils require the touch of +
constitution, too, has grown up the .
: : trained hand and' mind In order to ,
present distrib tion', of authority, In If Sev nty-one ye rs' experience In yield bountifully The 'tn rch of Indul-
which one.officer Is doing what ili in the' manufacture, ot high. grade vehiIles try and cOmpetition has placed agriculture e
other;.states handled by several. ,' ; 3 l""' .' ;;''1'14 ''i';" 'i..,' .. ,', ,a'', with Its back to the w.ll.
[4 .n Ri 1. "It'' may be a worth while fact to say Continuation of the founder's polio The agricultural college editors have
that Florida has no overdue and unpaid ties of honest value and integrity; learned that the newspaper 'maker.-
warrants outstanding and no deficiency I Manufacture of the vital parts in are among the first to realize and appreciate -
bills ever confront the legislature ''own plants, saving: the midrllemen's I the position of the farmer,
when it meets in biennial sea- I profits and insuring the quality; I.and they feel that no other institution
l sions. Assessments are made on the : Quantity production methods In Is doing:! more for the benefit of the
basis of 50 percent of mel'l'hantabl: which the first and final consideration I farmer than his own commuJ'llty news
value hut there are inequalities and is quality; I paper.-Agricultural News Service. ;
a state equalizer is functioning with I The name "Studebaker" which is a -
plans to bring: about uniformity.Uncle household word throughout the world; I Over. OAr! e
I Organization of able, experienced
workers Old Colored 1\Ial'lmy: "Ise wants a
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.ash $90,000,000 of actual net asset in- ticket fo' Florence." i
cluding -15.000,000 of plant facilitiel! Ticket Agent (after ten minutes of,
weary thumbing over the railroad
apt GQfAr FEENL'5"3itvy'r He Knew His Job guides) : "Where the devil Is Flor'tnce .
;
ftptaEES
The Big Six Coupe Offers a Rare 4NQgr rtE: VALUE "So you think you can dress a show I' Old?"Colored Mammy: "Settin' over

window RO that every woman who dar on de ''fenc ."-Princeton Ticer.
and Op iLOWERS PEFiA(i tf Q9ECpUSE comes along will stop and look at it.
Combination Elegance Utility YOU do you !" asked the manager of a Captain: "If anything moves,
NEVER "
dressmaking establishment of an ap- shoot!
plicant for work. Sentry: "Yesl'lah' an' It anything
Into the Studebaker Big-Six five-passenger Coupe have gone, without 9OrANY "Ves sir I do." shoots, Ah move." Fifth Corps News.
compromise, the finest design, materials, workmanship and the best of "Well, then what is. the first thing
Studcbaker's 71 years' experience. you would do ?" e

Nothing has been left undone to make this big, roomy coupe as fine an "I'd put a big: mirror. in the window

enclosed car as can be built. and"That's enough young niIIn: we i

Certainly no car performs more brilliantly or is more reliable. None V 0 don't want you as an employee. We'll / Insect ?

possessei greater beauty or is more luxuriously comfortable. None js more take you as a partner.-Honolulu: ,

enjoyable to drive-and no other make of car is more completely equipped. StaT-Bulletin. MENTHOLATUM '

You wilt appreciate the generous roominess of this Big-Six Coupe, its HELP! 1kLE 1tChiJt 811d ,
sterling quality of body and chassis and its wealth of refinements--inc1ud- A Florida paper says the moon- fr f
light in that state is so bright that 1C07 01<
trunk extra disc wheel complete with tire, tube and tire
ing the large ; the owls are dying of insomnla.-
cover; handsome nickel-plated bumpers front and rear; courtesy light; Weatherford (Texas) Herald.

motometer; flower vase; clock; aluo num-oound running boards with Y
corrugated rubber mats and step pads; rear-view mirror, automatic windshield .
THAT ,'tA
MLL M1AKH I
C6RtAWt.Y
cleaner glare-proof visor, and many others. e1RRFtNIrl 1 \
'to LfaT ? "
Its low price is due to large volume and to the fact that Studebaker HOME&A"ED & ; ? ? IftL'I7R'co ;.8raoi )

overhead is shared by three models-aU sixes. Then, too, only one A fWE ?
manufacturing profit is included in the Big-Six price because all vital parts SWF11 NEIG/I90Rr \:

are manufactured in Studebaker plants. ... ?

Studebaker has been building quality vehicles for more than two HOME ,'"


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tote in protextine against new 5 ',i" \ 'f'
R1SS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE rates .and regulations and in asking 'O Pertaining:. To Churches TV .;' ',. > '

for a suspension rending a fuU and .5 THE WATCHER /
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BUBLJSUED BT fair hearing: of all : CHURCH
METHODIST Ai.EVEb'
.5 THE KI3SIM1CEEJ VALLET GAZETTE The railroads seem to be seeking a . .. ..6..0. . .. .. ; MAN WANTSMoney

EvERY TKISBU.u.IEJD fight from Florida, and they will undoubtedly Rev... W. C.' Norton, Pastor. .
FLORIDA. get it. There is already a The whiskeyites of this country '- .

I W. .B. HARRIS ___-.__.......President decided feeling of .resentment are not happy since the passage of 7:00'a.. 'm- Union Sunrise. Prayer. ..

EL P. VANS AONKW.! __.._Secretary throughout the state at the tank discrimination the' Eighteenth.Amendment. They Meeting in Bungalow. ':

ALLISON T. FRENCH.______..Editor I practised by the railroads claim that it was "put over" on an unsuspecting 9:45 *.tm.-Sunday school. 3. L. ,

S UBSCKIPTIOJ HATES . in advertising cheap rates to California people during the excitement Overstreet, superintendent.S

0.. Copy One Year___....,_____tt.OO and none to Florida. This'evidence of war; that it was' ratified 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas. ,
On. Copy. Klx Months.___-.__ ?. 1.00 of injustice and unfairness had while 2,000,000 of our men were absent tor. .
........ .60 is not everything. But it is something.
On. COPY. Three Months.. hardly been called' to public attention fighting France that it wasa 7:00 p. m,-Senior League devo- ,

I (Entered, at the postofflce at Klaslmmoe when the railroads followed it up with hasty piece of legislation, and would tional service.- And everybody .wants it including women. If:

i ;Florida a* second-class matter.) this high handed ratq Increase.It not have been passed if longer time 8:00 p. m,-Pastor will preach at ,

All communications except from authorised is no wonder that a sincere had been given to its consideration.So Union Services at Presbyterian you want to make a woman happy, money is
much has been said about it that
correspondents must be signed friend of Florida like Editor RichardH. Church. S
S by the writer. Edmonds, of the Manufacturers'Record the Watcher hits taken time to dig 8:00 p. Wednesday. Prayer S not to be overlooked. Put your .savings in'this
Rejected matter will be returned If some of the evidence which he
feels called upon to write a up Meeting.
t called for. letter to the Florida DevelopmentBoard hereby oubmits. _ bank. The'money you save up will never be

To amend the Constitution of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
in which he points out the fail-
or...... Ad..rti.lnP ,.r.Bnt.ttv. 1 Ie against
.
r -"- .. of the railroads entering Florida United States, the following steps you.Merchants
'II" A" 'ICANKES' ...ssoclAJ2tJFRiDAY ! | ure I
must be tuken. Rev. J. A. Sutton D. D., Pastor.. -
to do "one half what they should) have ,

JULY 20. 1923 done" in behalf of this state. First, it must be proposed by the 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Car

Not only have they not done what national senate by a t'Vo thirds vote. son Farmer superintendent. Classesfor .
they should have done in the develop Second it must be proposed by the S St
STATE AUTHORITIES PUT THE all\)' ages. Join the pastor's .flags.\;
ment of this state, but they are now netional house of representatives bya
BLAME WHERE IT BELONGSThe i 11:00 a. m.-Sermon by the pastor.
aggravating that failure by positive two thirds vote. 6:45 p. m.-B. Y. P. U, Devotional
process of reconstruction ofFlorida's discrimination and robbery tariffs. Third it must: beratified by both meeting. and Farmers BankOF
the senate and the house of three
1$ convict system goes on Tampa Tribune. I 8:00 p. m.-Union Services at the
fourths of the forty-eight states or
0 Dire calamities were forecasted I Presbyterian Church.
i apace. those who were opposed to j I Florida has some towns possessing thirty-six in all. On August 1, 1917, 8:00
by p. Wednesday: Prayer KISSIMMEE"A
lease 'odd and unusual names, but New Jersey the United States Senate proposedthe
the convict -
I the abolition of system meeting.Free .
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can put it over us with the following prohibition amendment by a vote
S iit and the use of the whip as an seats and a welcome to
recalcitrant sextet of villages: Mount Misery of 65 to 20. On December 17, S
r for punishment of well those who be. HOME INSTITUTION"v
agency strangers as as
Double Trouble Ong's Hat Bed the house of '
S .Soon after the legislature 1917, repr>J4entatiiv 8 here.

j abolished prisoners both L's-the lease and the Bug Corner Green Apple, Pie Hill proposed the same amendment by a long A church of the Bible and for the

I lash,-stories began to filter through and hog Wallow.\ -Daytona Journal. vote of 262 to 128. By these actions people. -

S the effect that great the matter was submitted to the several
the to I !
newspapers
A Dead Heat
in'' states with the result, that from PRESBYTERIAN"CHURCH
i4 trouble was being experienced Fiend "Well I'm' afraid that'
Speed! ,
I i January 8, 1918 to January 16, 1919.
maintaining order and discipline > .)-' "
the and prison stockades and train will beat us to the crossing. the necessary thirty-six states had Rev. W. IL Dresch, D. D., Pastor
camps Passenger-"That's not what I'm -
S ratified the amendment by a combined -
to
that the prisoners were refusing afraid of. .It might be a tie." 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. Prof.
of to 829.
work. Suspicion immediately turned ; vote 4,086 D. B. Shaver superintendent. o ootoooooOttOtOt.o o -*- oo-> -0-0-** -oo,44i
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ii to the naval stores companies, thelun.ber A clogged sprayer hurts the human Since the Eighteenth Amendmentwas 11:00 nt.-No services.
companies and other concerns disposition more than the insect or proclaimed a part of the Consti- a. RIGHT GLASSES--NOW
4:00 m.-Junior Christian En- !
S tution in January 1919 ten other p.
for been exploiting
that have years the disease. Is yous ready for spring deavor.
of states have ratified until at the present -
S the convicts for the purpose personal work ?
gain. The object so apparentthat time, only Connecticut and Rhode 7:00 p. m.-Christian Endeavor I Will preserve your eyesight for the future ; :

it was to seek to TilE NEW PROHIBITION Island have declined to act. These meeting. We fit
laughable 5- correctly
was attractively
satisfactorily
8:00 -Union Services. Ser you ; :
m.
through discredit on the action of the OFFICER IS ON TilE JOB facts show that this'Jtreat law was p. A .
legislature and to endeavor to convince enacted in strict accordance with the mon by Dr. Norton of the Methodist Phone today for an appointment : :

Frederick A. Hazeltine, of South rules the and is Church.
the of Florida that a terrible of game its validity
people in Bend, Wash., new divisional prohibi- positively assured. 8:00 p. Wednesday. Prayer
mistake had been made doing ----J- W. E. SANDERSON CO.il
S tion chief for who succeededA. meeting.:
with corporal punishment. AH Florida The objection that the law was "put
away bunk! B. Stroup on July first, declared over" while 2,000,000 of our men were Visitors will)) find a cordial welcome

Now comes the statement from Tallahassee war on violators of the prohibitionlaws in France is easily!! disposed of for to a home-like church.CHRISTIAN I .

J.? to the effect that the reforms in his first public statement.Mr. the Senate and House of Representatives CHURCHRev.
Hazeltine direct from ---- -- ---
5 introduced in the convict camps comes which proposed the Amendmentand

and stockades have been eminently Pennsylvania where on last February the majority of the state legislatures -! Allen J. Miller Pastor. FOII '1..: .IUM. Mt 11' I'-"a, It, t..u. t'l HIM of said
,
-- -- -- u.i ii, .s'u. I Mi ill II"I"M"
he was appointed divisional chief 'payment ai
ti I successful and efficacious and that that ratified it were electedin f1Jo:\'Ir.flAI.I'r..- tra<.tx "" .ll .n'IaII.| Mto provlil.il f.n I It," h.lil) dual, decree It
for a new territory, comprising eastern November, 191(> five months before 10:00: a. m.-Bible School. C. E. liBlil.) hIt ,uiul.. .
wherever any trouble has occurred inS t IrutkltiK tin lniiro\| 'il! t |ii (lor I. ( lie Sill l I I'.y' offer for
;'. ( convict that trouble has originated Pennsylvania and southern New our country entered the war, and Yowell, superintendent. <.i > I Ilinltx t fin ft I mi i !>'r a,it-I "n luornlile \ eel. iiii.l a. II In front ..r the 'ourt
, S 4J camps the convict guards and Jeisey. Prior to that appointmenthe while of course all of our voters were 11-00: a. m.-Preaching by pastor. ere of payment II"... iloor. KlKx'ni' -.- 'i-,, .ole Cnun-
t with divisional chief for the 4ft/ .\( 'HE4: inll, x from town,,. )pnrtUlniiioe.l ) IV. riorlda. on .\nnnnt C th.) A. nUlL
was seventeenth i home. The of Theme "The Name of the Church and .
not the prisoners. All of this bears ia! state New Jersey: : | $'U& IHT juri' to \, ,li.uiu l.ttwein tin l"'g.uI, II.IIIIK" fur sale. tn
: out the contention of our good friend district composing the states ii1: not ratify until the' war was over I the Name We Should )Pear" for h..",.. I In Klxxlinm... \\ill g.it \ tin* hlKhixt( a'u.I) l l-st, Miltli' for cash

I. of Kathleen who when the Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana ,,11:1d) the/ ,kolditr] were back home \oti 7dO: p. in. Joint Christian Endeavor K.....1 I 'l.iilSI'I.KNI'lli Iheiefoi.. tin. h.t.r.. MM ..f the respond-
I I iI Bryant, and Alaska and southern Calif : ; 11.\11'\1-1: In n WI'r i ntx ax tin xnnel"t. .>,l oil the date
I
Orlando.
;' controversy over the convict abuses i ng as usual. i iI Meeting In a. I' H. 4(1 I ","I','B Of KOOll l.ltl'l I'll t Hll'I j I hue. i m.i.lit Ion ..r lii.' inorttrage fore.I .
. was at its height, some three months ornia. I The argument that it was a hasty! 8:00: p. m.-Union Services at the hril'k ..iol.! i li-xo t t.. town I I'rlo. 17 I I..r il I In KM'III I i.HUM. iu-wIt' Ihe 4th
r with letter the 111 r. Hazeltine was born in Warrrn. 1''mie of legislation is very silly i ii- Presbyterian Church. nun l'.z.I.l., 1"11" i;lM..I .'u'"in. iln\ of Maiih I \ l > I .i.-j or ax there
ago, came out a in Pn. He graduated from Oberlin 01- c'd. Some the'vtate ', 7a m.-\\'rtlne..dm. Personal I li..,... .in..t) worth moi.,. nioli*.\. |! aft r anjnli ,.,!. .11".1 I Ih.) i .,.t.| rents uf alli.istyix
:
df( seventy p.
Star-Tel(>gram in which he I stated! years ago. I HlST! :" I'\I: ; MN: i'l KlKHllnlil I, ,. :Klx, rlilnuiir, "in, III' i 1'.1 In said
lejre in 1SS3, and engaged in newi'.i-" of Maine enacted the first || Evangelism cla-s. conducted the {
I" from experience, that kindnes. to the pro- by room.ixt tioiil.' ", .11 l.iilll "K.IUXIHO I'' 'uIj' iiiuli r vnui i. vj">,,"d'nl.! ., or any
SS'" would accomplish far more per work as correspondent for varj- >/ibitic.n' )Jaw. Other states followed j pastor. liliiiKx l ftoiii toiirt houx x.Uii'> .: ..r i lh i ",,. xliK'i. mil.I( .'.,t. I in the followIn .
. prisoners the had done Mr. Bry ous newspapers. Mr. Hazeltine 1In | her CMimpU' slowly at ijrst, then j:]I, R:00: p. in.-W<'dne 1 ,i: 5)l, xi rlli. ,d |"i..p. n\\ I I. 01.| d In Os-
than
whip ever of 2. with ...I" I'ounlv I ., ,
F.trni .5 'i' I.
his fleiiM.'iit when eonfl'onh.dllh ,, KINK l.ITTI.i): aii.s f i I i tn wit
ant's contentions are now fully Mixli- a more rapid! until twenty six had :Meeting.; KM..I. liuiro\i| iflItR Corn.' ,lit UN | '. Ml of fi .i<.'lloniil, i., JI.).,M I.:. II It
cated and sustained in tie! official reports contfbt no matter how great, in which, prohibited the "sale] and manufacture j!I! We welcome you to worship wit'i: xhowou. t h.* i iu opi'itnml liitiixlui'' ftl.1 24 of Tout"nililp i I n.'mIt.six ( l.nth ''>

: from the State capital. SJ that there i is, an issue of right and wrong, of intoxicants, and 60,000,000 of our ''us.'ST.. \"oil to thi' .." Iu.r ""Ht./, zeueo'u. i t "-... ,.f ,K., ,UK.. T", .ut- -flu,.. titlI
ard at it with determination for xellliiK lootl t. mix I IX1 I ;.IKI, umisu., r, i tu.n 11 I'. .tinn B and the
a ,
ought to be the end of the myth that goes pcpulut) n i.ere living: in dry tern I I'I .. .. .,,, ., .
JOHN'S KPISCOPU. ChURCh ': < iK thv I. lull *r t that The the
convicts cannot be treated as human win* more securely tory. : lilll'i. adjuinltii. t Mid! ",II" i !I. r .iii.l. lot one u I I I' ..r Koilllm .-xt .|ua rli
beings.: It is a safe venture to say wrong may be entrenched the more| ihe Eighteenth Amendment is apart I II -- (....""\' X, "I tOW II Itlltl'litl$ ,..4 ,,111 1.\I I I'I T' ..r Noun.UM I mi ii I. i. .if ui. lion
surely'< can one prophesy that something of the orpnnic law of this 11.00: a. m.-Morning Prayer. not I IK. put 'ih.for $2fluuu.uI HIM Him"I I. TI 11 'I. of unlit t. .\\ I"hlp |wi n-
country
that more work and better service can i I 8:00 p. m.-E\enmg I'rayer. In iv.i > waand I In xccll( .iil, tomlllion t\-Ml ((2 GI 111 t..ini.it. 'Ililily Iii Kasl
be had from a body of men who are, is going to be doing, hen' Haz! and wil, stand for ages It was 8:00 p. m.-We ruled by the law of kindness and consideration eltine it: on the job. honestly enacted and is a monumental and Choir practice follows. rtv. This Ix I Ih.' \'.'r\ .I I.. Ht uf prop- | ( ompilxliiK( th. nubillvlnlim known ssS
than by the rule of brute In lb)5! he was a leading figure in I step in good government. Furth- prayers.: i rt>'-neT In fore offci eil No Junk KiKFlmin* .' Park uccprdlnic. to the plat
procuring religious liberty for Ifc-ru will be lonslilirnl I'rk"in..h''u tin ,','nr on file. I In the of Ho. of the Clerkof
'S force-Lakeland Star-Telegram. ermore; any one who violates its provisions CHRIST'S CHL'RCIIPentecostal \S'f' ha\' plitlllex anil ....dln..1 >!I.'" i th I>.. South America. Their laws did not I is not a good citizen ever cTlptlon or all IJIII"'I\'I' *. I''''d I Iami anil r. .orJeil i In Plat Hook No.I .
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DIM YOUR HEADLIGHTS permit Protestant marriages and he ,though he wears kid gloves and SCorner everything on paK 41 Kx.-eptlnk.. however from
S was three years winning the heated gold-headed > Brack and Oak Streets 40 ACREs Improved with f ,L< r<'< I the operation uf this deonall the lots" ,
sports a cane.
A recent decision of the Florida supreme fight which permitted .him to legally I _ i young grove 4 miles from t<*ifcn blocks, and tracts of land sold and i
e Buckalew
nnnnn unnnH Rev. Thos. B. Pastor. lose to school church and railway conveyed before the execution of the
S.' ': court is of such far-reaching marry a young missionary there tOry with the ritual of the .station anil Dixie Highway Only rnortuBKo foreclosed In this' suit. Th
ceremony'
,5 importance to automobile drivers that 'Mr. Hazeltine has beeri bucking.. *:*. (2500.00. Favorableterms.. tracts, lot a n.I: blocks of Inml embreee4 -
Ladies of the G. A. It.
the effect and ,l loons in the Northwest for thirty. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School. International >IL OHKAI.TY f'O"I.1Y.FOR In thin dr-crop, as shown liy. the said
Lessons. l lat of Klsxlnimee. Park lire a. follow.:
should be impressed upon ,tho i three years. His newspaper the South The sun may beclouded'yet even the n S -) S -5.-' 'i' -S r.otx I., X., S anti 4 of Block 1 ;
.. , 11:00 Sermon (I
mind. Bend Wash. ," a. m.- by'pastor. BALK-Banana plaint!. 1 lady flnirr '
public Journal the first '
( ) was sun ,, Lots 1. 2. tf and 4 of Ulork 2:
t. 5 The case in point was that of a newspaper to refuse liquor advertise-' Will on its course till the cycleis 7:15 p..m.-Young Peoples' Service. variety. 25 cent each. W. IS. Harrla.tfx. Lots 'J, BH, and JO'" of Hlock I;
): pedestrian being struck by an automobile ments. S sweep 8:00: p. Evangelistic Sermon by l..ots 1. 3. 4. 6 and ti I of lilork 4:
run: s to i". --- l.olx 1. 2. 3. 4. r. and R nf lllnck I,'
'S by night in which he was badly Long 'before prohibition. Mr. Haz'I"tine And when into chaos the systems are pa FOR 8AI.K--Modern 4-room l>uMti., >low All of <-lnu one 1.1 lilork 7. I IAll
1' injured. lie sued the automobal was elected president of the hurled. 7:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Instructive furnlnh..il. bath ro..m'It..r", 3 ol\! of (li.-lni. ; one 1(1) 1:1.ick: 5.

S owner for damages and recovered a Washington ( state) Presb Associa- I Bible teaching by pastor. lots 12 lii'iirln dtrux Ir.",-" Incjulri Loin 2. ::1. 4. A. K and 'I of Klock 9!
shall!! the Builder
; Again re-shcpe anew 7:30: p. m.-Thursday: Weekly \V J. Hind or Ho* 113 Snlllt 1..1" I. 2 :t. 4. G. 8, T. t. 9, it. Itnnd
\' 1 verdict of $6,000. The defense was tion, and presided over their first dry world.! Cloud. 26-20tx I 14 of Iil"i'k 10.

f.;. that the driver was blinded by the annual banquet which was so successful Prayer Service. I l.otx 6. G. 7. K mill 1" of Tllork 11;

: bright lights of an approaching car that only water and wit w('reserved Your path may be clouded, uncertain 2:30: p. m.-Fiiday. Women's Bible Foil SALK Frrah Jersey cow Kecond. Lolx. I. i. 7. H, in, II and 14 of Block
Class. Mrs. L. B. Higdon in charge. calf heifer; K,'ntl<- and In fine condition 12
and could not the
i walking
from that time
see man forth. For
I your goal ; Communion service first Sundav I'rlcp rraaonabli rhon 18S Lots S Y.. G. 6. 7. 8 and 9 of Block lit
along the side of the road. whom ho sixteen years he was a regent of the i ]Move on! for the orbit is fixed in your each month. offering J. N. ParkiT 26-tfc I Lots I. 4. fi. A. and 4>4 of Illock 14;
struck and injured. state university (Wash.), and he has anti I. Foreign: Missionary l.otx I. 2 and 3 of Illo., 15.
The court in sustaining long served member of the bo.ml I taken second Sunday each : FOR SAI.K Solid) Mock of llvi Iota 'in Lots 12 and If! or Illo,.k I It, Illock Hi
as
I.- S supreme / a And though it may lead into) darkness month at evening: service. I South Klaalmmpe. 50 fert each l>v Lots 1 I. 4. 7. 1 It, 10. Il. J U! nnd 14 or
the verdict of the lower court holds of managers of ,home and later of I, of night 2
that the very fact that the driver was foreign missions of the Methodist' The torch of the Builder shall)) give it Come Pray, Believe. All welcome. Citxetti-. tfx 1.0111 4, C. K. 'i 1 13. 11 ami I 18 of Block

S blinded by an approaching light put ihurch. He has also served in the I I 18.;
,
I I 1t'w'light. FOR SAI.K. For "' ..ru. 1"ut'nlllh. Lot, 4. 5. (ft I 7. 8. ii. 10. II 12. 13 and
; him notice that he was in dangerous of to three
on a capacity delegate general j!, Rooms and No Trespass Car"e. 10 I 18 of Illiuk 1 9.

5, S position and he should have conferences of the Methodist church. ,.You were, and you will be, know this cent each at The Uatelto ufnV* l.i'tx' 2. 3. 4. 5 an.I 7 of Hlock 20 I
: been the more cautious in his driving, On the declaration of war Mr. Haz-I I while are S 49-tf i."tm I I. 1. 4. r> i! mi.I 7. of Illock III
you ;
l.olx 7 and) 10 of Block 23
even to stopping if necessary. Reasonable cltine turned his over to hit :
Your traveled both
paper spirit has long FOR RALE-Flne residence propi-rty Lots I. 4. 5. nnd D of flock 24 ;
care and prudence it is said, wife and went into Y. M. C. A. service, I|I I and afar; Apply at the office. of The Vullev Lots' 4 and E of Hlo25\ ;

: requires extraordinary care under first at Camp Lewis, and later with''It came from The Source, to The ( acetti*. Klaiilmmee 3-tf Lot 1. 2 and 3 of Illock it;
such circumstances. the sixth division in France. After I Lot 2. 3 and 14 of Itlock 27;
.5 Source returns.
it FOR SALE-<00 acres good pasture '
Lots 1. 2, 3. II. 13. 14 15 19 20. 21.21.
S The decision too, reminds auto drivers his return he sent his daughter across The spark that was lighted eternally Innd near Ht Cloud For quick Bale 23. 24. 21. all of niock "(Y accordInic -
of the rights of pedestrians. The to visit the territory where the sixth burns. $1 ((10 per acre Write S I D. Wlllln nix. to the plat of the subdivision

: pedestrian has the same right to the division had been and at stated periods Wauchula.) Florida 8-tf of the Hotel tOte' of Klxxlmm.

.S street that the autoist has. The ma- published her letters as a news As dew is drawn upward, in rain to SECOND HAND OOODH. bought 'sold Park a pitrt Oxci-ola of sections County twelve, Florida(12) and beIIIK -

jority of drivers seem to proceed on letter to the boys of the sixth division. descend, and repaired The Casino 44-tf 11.1iti-iii (13)) of Township twenty-six.

: the theory that the pedestrian is a When he returned from France, Your thoughts drift away and in des- FOR SALE 126) Kouth. range twentv-nln". ((2RMM )

., trespasser and must get out of the Governor Hart named him to f und a tiny blend. WANTED.WANTKI nccordliiK to the offlclal plot

way of the swift flying cars. The new normal school at Centralia, Wash. You cannot escape them, for, pettyor SEEDS list and-If receiving not already catalog on our xend malllnK name ) Young ladle and girl filed records and of recorded Osreola County.amonir Florida the public In

pedestrian must, and should use due He is also founder of the School of great, and address for our Intrrestlntc and boarders for school term. Rate $6.Oil plat hook No. I at page 41.

care and prudence- when walking on Journalism at the state university, Or evil or noble they tashion your Instructive new Fall catalon Kll- per week Free use of plnno A I..HO: All of fractional sections 2"

the highways or crossing them. Nothing which is considered the best in the fate.Somewhere. gore Bee: Co.. Plant City. Florida.. "Jlou eke..per." care Valley Qaxette. east 33. and half all of of the section Northeast 25. except quarter the
82-71 32-2tx
more is required of him. And United States. thereof, all In Township 2< South

this due care and prudence is a mutu-I I I With him are his wife and two of on some planet sometime FOR SALK-13600.00 : Six room house WK NEED an Induatrlou reputable Kanire 29 East excepting howver
S al 1 affair. their children. Mrs. Hazeltine was Until and somehow. screened porch. garage and every lady or gentleman to represent the. from the operation)! of this decree all
The decision of the court will be recently of the convenience; furnished.; In town, H-enulne J. R Watkins Produ'-tn In the tracts lots and blocks uf land told
secretary Washington Your life all off
I will reflect the thoughtsof cow, chickens and good tiaxon car Kl lmmee. A few good territories and conveyed before the execution
recognized aa sound. It ought to serveS State Federation of Women's your now; Included. Good title. no mortgage: also open In other nearby cltlen. The the mortgage foreclosed In this suit.

S a means of driving people to a Clubs and as a speaker on missionshas The law is unerring; no blood can a perfect barxaln Owner: M. Matthews nationally advertised Watkins products The said sections and parts of suctions
better observance of light dimming. always been in demand as well as atone 21 Drury avenue, Klsslmmee. have been known and used since comprise the subdivision known as MoCool' -
; Addition to Klsslmmee Park. according
8 2-a 18(8. Don't accept any other offeruntIl
' Too many drivers ignore this commonsense on other subjects.In The !structure you rear you must live you get our proposition-it's to the plat on file In the ofnc" .

\ rule. Orlando Reporter Star. I| bis last appointment the unusual in,*alone. FOR 8AX.R-House. 3 rooms. 60x120. different. Full particulars and "am of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofOsesola .

thing was done of taking all enforce- garage; grapevine orange trees, etc. pies are free Write today. J. R County. Florida. and r..cor..4
: : FLORIDA WILL, FIGHT I ment work and the "400 It. K.," Klsslmmee Valley Oasette. Watkins Co., Dept. to, Memphis. In Plat Book No. 1. at page 78 TV*
| inspection of hold From cycle to cycle through time and 12-1Ix Tenn. 80-Stx tracts, lot., and blocks of land embraced

Florida not its citrus but its ers of liquor permits out of the handsof through space In this decree as shown by thE
only ,
other interests will make fight to the state director and placed in his Your life with your longings will ever FOR SALR-Single comb R. I. R. cockerels IF YOU do any kind of famine In said plat I are I.hra following: said!
a
on
The
Florida as shown
hands. He had therefore Full blood. dark color and you should read The Farmer
to
the finish against the unjust and ex organizea keep pace. snappy 12.00 to $3.60. Winterton. and Stockman. which deal with citrus plat except beginning at the 8outhea" .
horbitant increase of refrigeration new force out of about six agents And all that you ask for, and all you R K. D. No.2. north of Rose Hill and truck farming. live stock corner of Lot No. I. of McCool' AddItion

S charges on fruits and l vegetable announced most of whom were political appointees. desire, Cemetery. 2-ltc poultry and dairying. $end for free to Klsslmmee Park ; run th"cl 13J'.* S
Kast 88 feet thence Northerly
Breweries ample copy or IB cents for threemonths. :
h by the railroads to become and most of were these running he wide op- Must come at your bidding, as flames FOR SALE]-Seven hnns four pullets Yearly subscription $1.00.; feet ; thence West 6(1( feet. ; to the Northeast
effective August 10. en closed. out of fire. Apply at 40. Clay Street. L. M. Williams three years. 41.00. Published twicea corner of said Lot No. 1. and thence
These increases are regarded out- I His transfer was made in spite of Klaslmmee. 81-2tx month. Address The Farmer and South 1824 5 feet to point of belnnlns
aa\\ 'the of the W. Stockman, No. 10 Newnan The said McCool lands, except as above
protests C. T. U., Anti- You are own Devil Street
your you are your
outrageous and unwarranted FlorIda otthE
I by -
Saloon FOR BALK-Strawberry plants Missionary Jacksonville Florida. 12-tfc being the Northwest quarter .
League and other law
shippers and protests are coming and or- own God, and Klondykes; any quantity Northeast. quarter and the East ha lr.J'
in from all over the state. i iThe. der societies, but it was felt that, with You fashioned the paths that your ; growing on new land. from freah MISCELLANEOUS the Northeast quarter of the Northwest
first in the is ''the new organization effected others feet have trod; plants; ready July 1st If Interested quarter of said section 25; .
move fight
a re- could write J. M. Truby Btarke Florida. Lots a. 4. 8, 7, 8. 9, 10. 11. U 1.I'V
carry on the work there and Hazel And from IF YOU do any kind of farming ....
quest to the Interstate Commerce no one can save you an error 29-12tx Florida 18. 14, 15. 18. 17. 18, It and 10 of
tire's you should read The Farmerand .
S : services were more needed in or sin ..
Commission that the increases ,
proposed
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Stockman which deal with .
be held up until a hearing Florida. Until you shall hark to the Spirit FOR SALE-Strawberry! plants, after and truck farming live stock citrus Lots 1. J, 1, 4. S. < and 7 of Block U:
within. July 15th In any quantities Missionary poultry and dairying- Send for Lots 1. I. S. 4. 5. 8, 7, 8. 9. 10 11. t
p can be given the Florida shippers. The MRS. L. M. WILLIAMS PASSES ON varieties Better list your ample copy or 2& cents for three free 18. 14. 11, K 17. 18. 1>. 20 and 21 0 ,
Commission cannot well refuse to < requirements at once. Kirkland Block "; \
hear' the affected interests and when I Mrs. L. M. Williams died early Mon Once S list to that voice and all tumult Farm*. tour mile West of Auburn- month three year Yearly*. 11.00.subscription Published $1.00 twicea ; Lots 1, I, S, 4, 5, e. 7 and II of Block

.this hearing is held the shippers ex day morning at her home on Clay is done. ,, dale on Lakeland-Auburndale road. month. Addresaf! The Farmer and "Lots t 10 11"!
Address: 1180 Orange Park Avenue. Stockman No. 1. I. S. 4. f. 8, 7, .*. J :
'pect-to show the Commisson that the street at the age of 78. She was born Your life is the life of the Infinite Lakeland. Florida. 29-4tx Jacksonville Florida.10 Newnan Street 18 14. IB, 16 17, IS U. JO, 11, JJ. *?

new rates promulgated by the railroad in North Springfield, Penn. May 16 I One; 11-tfc 84 and II of Block 85; ,4.
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I In the conscious FOR 8ALB-30-room hotel and Lots 1, 2. I. 4. 5 and e ot Block
are so excessive and unreasonable 3846. and in 1880 hurrying race you are dry NOTICB OF MASTER'S
married Mr. W'IIiams. ALB. *
of goods store. For Rent-Filling station Lot. 1. 1, 8, 4. I. 8, T, >. t, 10, U.I...
that they! 1"4II'ld' not be permit-. who survives her. They have pause, and .t,:../.. See 3. McPhatter.l In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth 11, 14. If. 18, 1?. 11, I., 10,' II. .( .
i ted! to enforce them. lived in Kissi-nmee about twelve ,With love for the purpose and love $-tfo Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida 14 If and K of Block: If; nf '

S t- .'The''railroadf, have issued a new I] The funeral was conducted Tuesday yeari for the Cause. In Chancery.\ and for O.the' F.County Krlbbs of, Complainant Osceola. In, Block Lot ST.17.:. 18. 'It,. 10, .1, 11 and. 18. -

order' requiring three hoops on box1s : : morning from the residence, under the DRUG STORE FOR SALE-Sixteen 'Iota. highest ele vs. James B. Depler et at Respond The term 'of sale to be es**- ,Iorh" S

'* of citrus fruits which I 'eijtalls 'much direction of J.. !Il. Thompson ,. ">The I I CLOSED, \'atlon'Jn Half at tbemon'town b.pared survey..tn.t.ltlt.Idewalk. ; close, In. of ents. Foreclosure of Mortrafe. Notice. the. Itth day of June. A. D.' 13$3 ", t.
additional-and!; .i L.dlesof; the X Ma.t.r'8aI."Notlee Ii'h.rsby flvenby u" 1. *.* JOHN 8. C4VEa
G. ,
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unnecessary axpense1.iThe /and-Oliver: Sheriff ,, Farmer, late'Satard and sewerage; covered the underslrned a. SpecIal Master .s.14 Calls '
Master..In
? '- florida Railroad r Commission,Howard Post 'attended in\> a body','1n1/ right closed Stanley's Pharmacy with large bearing. ..- orance *nd heretofore/appointed In ..14.oau.e .W.SpecIal J..RTJDED".JOJUlSTON '-' : . ._ ., .\
.J shippers the : t ROM : un.. JrrBpetl'ulC: trees.. .Easy' .terms. A. T. to carry. out: the: term ,of, the :: ; 'OARRB ''''.....,. ,
,.. :": ,.Jol.ecJ.w.th.th.;: ." e* ,.w."flad. at. Hill eerae, de".II 'writ ofattachment.[ ;r4 Storrlsoiv. 2S-tf--4tz Seal des /. .
'CZi-! creeherein entered the :.v.
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KXSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE; 'FRIDAY;/'JULY 20 123peal .- .- ..--.- --. nil.

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L. S.,Thornton; of Orlando, district
deputy Grand Master of the Masons -"
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\ attended the Past Master, night.

Mondays Mrs. \Ernest Granger' and three 5


I Happenings, for field children a, Pennsylvania two left months'Kissimmee visit to Wednesday Smith- G., W.. :Persons Company; _


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The best investment you can makeIs
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I a New York Life Policy. Better
I Eat at Dupont' Cafe. tf .00000000. O,000.000o Lupfer- savings'account.' See Sam '
:14-tfc
Mr. and Mr.. Caro Register have WEATHER, .1. E P 0 R.T *' : eame'
J. P. Skinner who
s.s their guest, their mother, Mr. *. s>. here -from Billiards, Island t'ece, were he YCLEARANCES'ALE
of Turkey Creek. O.Ofdclal Bulletin of *
Register, daily temperature -
.. and precipitations fur. has spent the past year, left with his
Nelson Makinson returned to Kls- nishad by the KTssimmea CoO family on Monday, in his new car, for
immee last night after a week spentin operative U.. S. Weather Bureau > their new home'in Lake Wales, whereIt
his at Lake Russell. is understood that he has purchased .
grove I. Station, for the weekending *
a 60-acre farm, including an orange
Thursday, July 19: *
Star Brand Shoes are Solid Leather O grove.
cost no more than other shoes O
and
McCAULEY. * Date Max.M n. Prep. W. L. Joyner, of the Kissimmee Auto
As* 0 Friday, July 13..88 74 trace s> Company, returned to the city on is
all
the Store clear
Mrs. Dooley and two 'daughters, 0 Saturday, July 14..88 75 .02 0 Sunday night from Wilson, North Car- IT policy of This. to out
from Lakeland are spending the week 0 Sunday, July 1594 74 .00 olina, where he drove to bring Mrs. -
with! the family of B. B. Adams. < Monday, July, 16.90 77 .00 frs Joyner home at the conclusion of a surplus stock twice each year--hence this ,"
> Tuesday, July 17.92 70 /.01. visit there. He and Egbert Gilbert
Holeproof and Humming/ Bird Hose Wedn'day, July 1888 72 .62 <> left Kissimmee on a trip on the July Clearance Sale. Room must be made for 4
are still the same price. At McCAU- O Thursday, July 19..93 69 .02 s> Fourth. Mr. Gilbert will return lat ,. ..
LEYS. * Readings are made at 6:00 p. er.
m. for the preceding twenty-four s> our new Fall Goods which will soon arrive., .
Mrs E. E. Cole and two youngdaughters hours. Florida Sanitarium -and Hospital, "
; left this week for their 0 ALLISON T. FRENCH. o Orlando, Florida. Medical, Surgical; Our New York buyer is combing the market
.UI ,imer home in North Carolina. 0 Co-operative Observer. s> Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. "

v Edgar Beeland has visit gone relatives to Liberty and ooo .o.oOo oo.ooeooooo0Story's Equipment therapeutics.modern, rest Unexcelled, diet, physiological in- for them at right prices for our chain of stores. '
to
South Carolina, July Clearance Sale .begins the Southeast., 24-tf
for an outing in the"western moun- Saturday, July 21st. So this July Sale must be a Clearance Sale ina
tains of North Carolina. / -- F. A. Hazeltine, recently appointed
C. Darling, bond broker of Braden- divisional chief of '
prohibition ag- '
Harris Furnished Gazette Flat office.for rrint.I W. -B'j town, was in Kissimmee on Saturday. ents for the Florida district, was In real sense. Nobody'' can buy 'here, cheaper ,
I
Kissimmee, Sunday, with Dr. Crook,
Ord Bass and family I motored to I I mell Auto Phone For 41.Hire. Call C. C. Rum-26-tf state secretary of the Anti-Saloon than YOU. Just ONE PRICE everybody,
of the
Tampa on Sunday for.. week end League. They were on a tour "
VIK t with Mrs. Driggers, a sister of I I Miss Ethel Whidden and Miss Nel- state, and were en route to Tampa and and that the lowest consistent with the f.
Mrs. Bass. lie Parish spent Sunday with home- southern points. Mr. Hazeltine is very .

Allen .J. Miller and Stratton I'I'p..v. I folks at Loughman. an old new peper man of Seattle. I quality of goods. And Remember: --- You are.
Miss Mattie left Wednesday
Story returned to Kissimmee on Sun Lyles Story & Co. July Clearance Bandy
day from a week's visit at Miami Sale begins Saturday, July 21st. *' night for Old Orchard, Maine where Welcome Here Whether You Buy or Not! .
f i Cuba. I she will spend a month's vacation. On
I I Mrs. Leo H. Wilson and M1"8.I her return, she will stop at New York
You can get just a little better val- I Holmes Prather returned the first of and Baltimore/ and purchase her fall
in shoes and, drygoods at McCAU- the week from Daytona Beach. and winter stock of millinery. During
LEYS .1 I Miss Bandy's absence, Mrs. Higdon
I New York Life Insurance; Co. SamL
will have charge of the store. "
Miss" Delia Ledbetter left on Lupfer, local representative. UtfrMm.
Wednesday for Tarpon Springs, where Mr. and Mrs Eddie Meyer, who
she spent a few days with her friend, L. C. Royal] and children of have been occupying apartments over
K thleen Cleckly. I Port Tampa, who have been visiting the Gazette office for the past several Sale "J J
Mrs. Mr. and Mm. Begins JULYHTODAY
-- Royal's parents months, left last Saturday for
A new shipment of felts for early Ira Bans, returned hone Sunday.i Sanford I, where Mr. Meyer will engage ,
wear, At Mrs W oo bec1's Hat i in celery growing. Mrs. Meyer
Shi'p. I i and Mrs. Roy Allen, of Lakeland has for several years been connectedwith
i were the guests of their sister the Bank of Osceola County in
Miss Mottle[ Jackson of Winter Ha- Allen her home
Mrs. Callie at on clerical and her uni-
It capacity, by
Monday the guest of Miss Brack street, Tuesday.
Spent
form and genial manner has
_. courtesy
N life Parish, on her way to Saint -
jd. i j Shaves" 15c: haircuts, 35c; children, won many business as well as social
25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20tfW. friends in Kisaimmee. who regrettedto
1 'Wilk bats, for traveling and! see them leave. Ed has lived here H HDOORS
eason, At Mrs. Woodbeck's Hat : E. Crafton. of Yoakum, Texas, since boyhood and his friends are lim- :
> t ,returned home Sunduy after a two ited only by the number of his ac .
--- -- weeks' visit in Ki ,Kimmoe' with his quaintances. He has recently beer*
Mrs. W. H. Farmer and Mrs. L. II. father It. .M. rrjftc'i, ), and brother employed as a salesman by M. C. Au- .
.ITini: have us their guest Mrs. V.trrriFon Perry. trey, Ford dealer.

mi.. (of ,Saint!;who formerly I'tterhburp.. lived here ,i 1 Dr. n. S. GeiRtr.i-' with- Mrs. Geiger!; -iiiLcisOverstref't;;;; ; l left-Thursday; OPEN 8 A.M.-LASTS10 FULL SELLING DAYS i
- her 1 mother, Mrs" < ar oiiund two"iiil-" | afternoon for ten darn trip to the iI
"r. and Mr*. F. C Oh lotto, of St. dren returned on :Sunday; from a rest- west coast, visiting numerous college I
P'' "' :iburg, spert Saturday: und Sun- ful week's 8,14' 'on at Coronado f r'Xnds. Her first day was
dt in KisKimmee visiting their par- Reach, and repcit a must lovely out pent in Winter Haven, where!,
trlB, Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. Harris. ing. she was joined, by her friend, "
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., ande"helm ---:- returned last I Miss Bertha Harrington, and together HAT SPECIAL!
r Raluetions on Douglas Mrs. J. W. Thompson '
Shoes at McCAULEYS week from a two weeks visit with her they attended a wedding Special I Monday d ,
DRYGOOnS. son, l D. C. Thompson, at Cocoa. She And gathering of Pi Beta Phi girls. ) llen'sFelt Hats; values '-.
wan accompanied home by her granddaughter The next day the girls were joined by i 98-- a
Mis es Ethel Owen and Elizabeth Miss Florence Thompson, J. L. Overstreet and Murray Over- up to $2.50; Sale Price THIRD DAY OF SALE
( . ;er, drove to Sanford Monday I I I who will visit her grand parents for street, and together they motored on
wrfH Miss Elizabeth's' father, C. E. .three, weeks. to Tampa, where they were the guests
30-inch
Carter, who is attending business! of Miss Alice Allburry. With Mrs. All- English 4 An
at that place. ; Dancing next Thursday night at burry acting' as chaperone, the girls
I Joyland Beach, Saint Cloud. On ac- continued on to Pass-a-Grille. They EXTRA SPECIAL! .Longcloth, per yard ."
*';r. and Mrs George Steffee and count of the high water ,take the will conclude their trip with a visit .
Ya.Sly, and Mrs:' Paul Stanley :'and 1 I first street east Progressive" Ga- with an aunt of Miss Overstreet, Mrs. 36-inch Pajama Checks; 1'5 (10 YARDS TO CUSTOMER)
<0' and daughter, returned Tuesday rage. Mrs. Gardner's Orchestra will J, W. Austin,. at Manatee. C, .
I Sale Price Yard. ON SALE "9:00 A. M.
a four days' boat trip to Kicco: I'furnish the music. *x per .
NOTICE
Ada.
e "Rose __ I I -
w. A. Joiner returned on Saturday
r I IP best investment you can make night from Green Springs, much improved Pursuant to Section 182 ordinances I
New York Life Policy. Better in health. Dolph Walker and of the city of Kissimmee-all" dogs', Ladies' Hose, per Pair. . . . lOc Crepe de Chine, in all Staple Colors -
i i savings account. See Sam ,.11) G. McKay were in Kissimmee fora at large in the city of Kissimmee __
running
14-tfc -- --- -- -- yard . . . . . . .$1.69 {
the
: 'r day or so but have returned to must be muzzled on and after : ; per

and Mrs. Claude Harper are ,'springs for an additional stay. July 28, until September 5. Any dog Men's Hose, per PaIr. . . ., . .10cMen's _- _

p ding\ a few days at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lupfer, Jr., with Iv found 28 on without the streets on muzzle and after, will Ju-beimpounded Chambray Work Shirts\ well
W it. Maklnson, having: recently reIn their daughter, Marell, Mrs. A. S. proper
and in ease the fees are Dress Shirts with
I from a month's trip to Michi- ;: Gilbert, and Miss Leah Herzberir, at- not paid and! dog released within or withmade, cut full-July Sale Price 59c

){b I tended the Baptist Young PE'ople'st'nion three days, will be shot. out Collars. Values up to $1.50, at

Webb. Wilson, who recently came to Mr. Lupfer Assembly went at on Deland to Daytona, Tuesday.on :a 31-2tc C. H. DRIGGERS Chief of Police. ) each. . . . . . : . . . . . 89cPin Mosquito Netting, 2 yards wide ;
Bartow new
K -numee from is a ..
nt .ent at the Kissimmee School of ,business trip.A. HAVE INTERESTING :; per yard . . . . . . . . . . 19cWomen's
t'.ii, n;erce, taking the commercial C. Chapman and daughter, Helen METHODISTS MEETING; ABOUT CHINA- Check Work Pants. July I

ro so. left Tuesday for Mount Dora, Clearance Price, only . . . $1.00
Newt where they will, join J. J. Chapman Brown Strap Pumps, at,
-\.k for information on the for automobile trip to Last Monday afternoon, twenty lad-
andfamily an
Yo, '': Life's latest policy. Sam Lup-. Crawfordville, Atlanta, and other ies of the Methodist church gatheredat ; per Pair .-. . . . . . . . . .2.79
H-tfc Percale light colors only 36 inches
the ,
fer. | in Georgia. Crawf qrdvillc is the bungalow to attend liter- ,
of Miller j Mr.points Chapman's childhood home. ary and social meeting of the Wo- wide ; Sale Price . . . . . . 15c .,r'
C C. Miller, manager farm south of Sar- man's Missionary Society. The bungalow Men's Palm I Beach Pants, Sale 1
Broturpentine J. P. Mark and family returned was attractively decorated with
asota.arrived with in Kissimmee on several Monday home on Sunday, from Michigan City, flowers and ferns, and an enjoyableand Men's Union Suits ; Extra Special Price, per Pair . . . . . .$3.98
his family to spend ,
Indiana, where they spent about six instructive program was ren-
dR:' \intung' relatives. weeks visiting relatives and old dered.: at. . . . . . . . . . . . . 49cMen's
While they encount- Mrs. Lee was the leader for
Rogers
friends. away -- -----
The life insurance companyof
leading York Life. See ered all kinds of weather, ranging the afternoon and she opened the ALL WHITE SHOES TO CLEAR
New
Sam the world 14-tfc from snowstorms to 110 degrees in meeting with impressive remarks, followed All-Leather Shoes, brown or OUT AT COST

Lupfer, agent. the shade. They are naturally glad to by a prayer bv Mrs. Bratton black ; Sale Price . . . . .$2.98
Airs. Walter Moody, post master of get back in Kissimmee where the and others, in which Mrs. Sigler who
Naranja with her sister, Mrs. W. H. I temperature is nearly always just was not present because of illness I
Cauley, of Homestead, and two children about right. was remembered. After hymns had
Thurs- been Mrs. Rogers read an interesting
arrived in Kissimmee on sung.
day night to visit their grandparents, Kissimmee Mr. and MTI.Wednesday G. A. England morning left by letter from China, !giving in is in the Sale. Hun-

Mr. and Mrs. J..M. Gardner.Dr. automobile for Woodland, Michigan. land.various The experiences afternoon's in the subject foreign was Everything store

J. A. Sutton returned to Kis- Mr. England will return to Kissimmee "China Seeking God." Mrs. A. W. -
Rimmee. from a visit to the east coast. probably in September, while Mrs. Bailey read an excellent paper on dreds of- other things not in this ad. are
lie was accompanied by his daughterand England and the children will stay "Christ Seeking China through Evangelistic -
son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. B. three months. They will stop en Centers. and Mrs. John Bron
Strickland, of Homestead, who will I route at Washington, D. C. to visit son on "Christ Winning China through reduced to Clear out. Be Sure to be Here.r .
visit him a few days. Mr. England's brother. Training Centers," these papers
bringing out enlightening facts regarding -
- -- - -- the rapid\ growth of Community .... .
. .. .- -," . ," ._.. -, . I Houses" Institutional; Churches, -'_ . '-n..". : __ : --_ -- ,". :: .: ,-. : __-: .. .:: .:".: _ '- ; .- ;
T Schools for Girls, and Kindergartens.
Mrs. J. H. Maronev gave a characteristic

"Where The Pavement Ends" Christ." in reading the form"The of a dialogue Pre-eminent representing I''

the three religious faiths of
China. Mrs. McPhatter closed the program -
with instructive reading of
1 three chapters on "Discipline. Limit Store r PP

MADE IN FLORIDA I Mrs. Lane Paulk was the pianist
for the afternoon and Mesdames r llKISSIMMEE
Some of it in Osceola County Clough, Paulk, Maroney, and PeterS -
l1 were! the hostesses.


Monday and Tuesday, July 23-24 WOODY ARD MOVEDI "

have moved my woodyard from
616 Brack street to 121 Main street .
35cCasino where I am still prepared to furnishmy :, ? : :
Prices: 20c and Xy < .r1i i
customers with 120 reneer blocks \ .
15-inch, delivered for' 93.15 l 12-inch ; t
blocks: $2.95. Split for v..wood, 'New' Locations ; 'JBroauaj'
,= : Theatres: ;::: guaranteed full strand;, ,16-inch for ( ; ': >

, .', ,-wt $3.85; 12-inch..tor.a.1$. Getyourwinter's'.supply .'4v .-", s. i'f'"c.,VT .**. ." ... '"'' '"'n'. .."" .... . ". ...'..........__....J0' -=-. , '
y now., AU. :, delivered..
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t CDC KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, ,JULY 20, 123 !t* &*:1



. 'I I PURE-BRED SIRES-DEVELOP FLORIDA MEASURE' PRAISEDBY

,* "YH: .' i 9 MARKET FOR PURE-BRED" DAMSIn FINANCIAL 'EXPERTIn
\ l UL HINTS

. the improvement of livestock, Forbes Magazine of July 7, appears -
a movement which is being accelerated an editorial written by B... C; ,,

'1 ... I cI t l\l"\ ,,,I', by various states and the United Forbes, which extoller" potentlalltIel -
,, ,. :', f. States Department of Agriculture of the state, and ---.... USE
.. '

.. > ,v '" : campaign, the sire exert the greater : the amendment to the Constitution, A New JJ room.-Before, nstnj: n MILK ICE CREgMrj'

; : : 1' influence, but, once the grading-up which prohibits the levying of income .new broom,. soak ,It in boiling,wat-i &
I process has been started, the importance or inheritance taxes, which measurewas ,
salt.
'caII'Phone e" of well-bred dams must be rec introduced by Senator John I'. with This will toughen tilt
:. ognized. It is only through the use :Stokes.Mr.:; bristles and make it last maoJi;'

of purebred females that it is possible Forbes' editorial somewhat longer .

.,". .: to preserve and carry on the full vnl- lengthy, but it is most complimenta. *; *

ue of good sires. A pure-bred sire ry to Florida throughout. Mr. Forbes Iodine Stain"-A very bard stain! :

and a pure-bred dam are necessaryto is!' considered a financial expert and to remove Is iodine It can be done-
reproduce a pure bred, which main- the editorial is re-published in full:
tains an unbroken streak of known Florida strikes me as entering an though If soaked In milk occasionally

blood. era of growth, not merely as a win rubbing.the. spot. .
i That farmers soon recognize the ter resort, but agriculturally, horti-

'j need for pure blood on both sides of .culturally industrially, financially, Clothefplnt yon will boll your ATTENTION

an animal's ancestors is indicated by commercially and real-estate-wise. clothespins' once or twice a month

the figures, collected by the depart- Florida lately has done something besides >ou will find they last much longer. FATHERS .
ment of agriculture in the campaignjust wiping out the leasing and the -
of of convicts. Her Oatmeal-A little sugar added to -
., referred to. The adoption lashing legislaturehas
pure-bred sires in most cases soon re- submitted to popular vote an oatmeal "while it II. cooking will

sults in the purchase of a few registered amendment to the Constitution prohibiting improve the flavor Sanitary Dairy milk it

females. In the last depart- the levying of income or in- .. the milk for your folks,.
ment report showing the kinds and heritance taxes upon state residentsfor Fruit Stains-If powdered starch "it will benefit your baby.

breeding of animals owned by farm- 25 years. This action: is likely to is applied instantly to fruit stains, Your wife and children
ers and breeders enrolled in the campaign attract national attention. Leading
they were shown to have on Floridians believe this will induce it will usually .remove. them. will like it and it will be .

their farms 21,542 pure-bred sires and many men of means to locate in and good for you.Steams' ,
134,020 pure-bred females. The ten- invest in Florida. It stamps Florida Short Stemmed Flower*- To prevent !

1 "So 1 the People May Know'1 dency toward the wider adoption of as conservative in matters of tax- flower stems going down too

1"1"I pure-bred dams is shown most con- ation, as one state that has not con- deep'in a tan vase roll some ordinary ANITARYDAIRYt
tpicuously in the case of hogs, the tracted a mania for imposing all kindsof newspaper Into 'a loose ball. t
most rapid multipliers of the domestic penalties on wealth and pressed by
The flowers win "
farm animals. In the list of hogs the fact that Florida has capital. then stand up. ft '; vurIjllhmt
The Valley Gazette's desire is to n'f
will bold the moisture if
who have the impressed replenishing -
but owned by men joined During a recent visit I was -;
I print all the news all the time,
j unless items are sent in by phone, campaign 62.8 percent of the sows by the state which had attracted 1 the water Is forgotten, which is

, card or letter we Cannot; hope to eel are burebred. Cattle come next with many notable men, particu- a double benefit.Ironing .
.. It alL Jf you know of any item of 85,9 percent of the females pure bred. larly during the last winter season. .
news The Valley Gazette will be very For horses the percentage is 12.5 per- Some of these men are investing extensively Pongee-Pongee, unlike
glad to print it. cent, asses 24.6 percent sheep and in the state. One of them,
: goats about 18.5 percent. In the list Barron Collier has bought half of Lee most materials, should not be damp

\ Club, Society, Lodge, Church or of fowls owned there are 85 108 purebred county, Collier, Mr. Collier proposes ened when Ironed. It should be

School notes; people going away or males and 514,422 females\ which county Collier, Mr Collier proposesto thoroughly dried and ironed on the ,

coming back; marriages deaths or is nearly 70 percent of all the female establish vast game preserves, wrong side for a really good effectFor .
births, items concerning visitors\ fowls listed. build great resort hotels and promotea .
t building operations, real estate deals, The breeder who sells pure-bred. development. He has agreedto r ,
Sticky S"bdanre/l-H when "
.,1 neighbors moving in or !going out and sires is building a market for pure. defray the cost of building the part Paste
.w. in fact anything that will make The bred females. of the Miami-to-Tampa highway I grinding raisins or guy irac'h sttrty) Electric
Valley Gazette interesting. to Its I II substances few of \lemon
more which s drops
passes through his county. nreurniecrrd
....
Is th. ......
t readers. I RURAL COMMON SENSE August Heckscher, the New York mul- Into the" food' grimier' fi,-<' "...rennsnl.ed"R..ta, MIn. Mti;
By Spuds Johnson ti-millionaire and OorkitMvhM Waterbo ..
financier extraor-
the dlfllculty will be r"III11\rd
I is, "Se
Gsrette's
The Valley "motto : I' dinarily able] business leader, is, investing .. font wart time twine to kill th... t>Mt
I the People May Know, and to that The Good Book says' "Blessed be with pods liquid or soy xi>eiiiDwiMpnparaUnn
SI.' end we ask your co-operation. the jWce maker" Now I guess" 1 am heavily in Florida fruit lands, Itf'Krn,, a 1/l"*--It n !class Is *.
.,I both for cultivation for his own account - Ready for Use-Better than Trap
blessed for I've made a little peace. 1 broken, clout 1 trysod pl'-k up t'!."

I : 'Help us boosiKissimmee"I Last week I went down 'to my citrusgrove view to and selling for development to others desiring with a small i"II.c-,... Invlrad l .! In a w.' IK*. box SOLD BToO EVERYWHERE 1'xil. box. tide
,; :: in I Lake county and found my _
rcady-mnde I proves.: onion d 1, tli u ri, PIP Hourliep! tic -- ----
: partner, who owns the grove jointly I Dr. L. A, Bize, a Tampa hank president fro meats and ,, It. The tt' v
with nil fussed about a matter HIP put n '
me. up I FI"n'lm OF ) (
recently declared that "the!
\ 11. 1- of <)nh,) ; a few cents T ", whole world\ la knocking) at the front I IN TilE: Niriu; STATES
Joe (Joe Rogers is my partner'sname \door of Florida," and thi- icfle.f-tlu! chili! nt;'.I! Pint emivh -fl\! I I""e I u"7,'* --

"., ) hail i noticed a little article in view of enthusiastic Fol'! dian \ "H1.". ....r :--s ,hi ln! ".".i r.1 Uc : The N:itinruil] Education AKHocia-
citrus
"J the to the effect that -
newspaper growers who are having trouble (i I). C. Gillett, a loader in the citrus in'.i- i ," 1',1 I lOr tin,: :i" n i i II" nu tion, which has just closed its con-

I ." itTi the \\hitefly could write to the 'industry and prime mover 'in an C'X' (II"n 1 illl, I ill!, ? mien in :Sin;; l-inniihcn.' has a very

I s/ c State Plant Board at ( ;iainesMllc* and ) ( ) cli'finite and cmiicte fI.lirwhich: it

/ fret what they call a fungous culture 'develop-bent I ) !,. 'ji .U,," 1\\ ,J.! Huh ) "r is putting Ixfontho Aimrican/ people

\ I:4: :: \:: : Ii.U.'C7)[ J l.Jn'U-l' J.!! I that would put n stop to the whiteflip's grapefruit last.eaoun.. 411.PI ornnpes'and >0() '. t.f! \" 'I '\ ." .., ...... with ,'\1 Y 1 lone in !nv |uAfi"' Summllli..d. -
Well .Joe he pent in the 75 cent< : cm it t. working! for adequate
..
. . . . ,, ..
! for one rultuu lie had just got it loads. meant one car (Of fruit hipped| i p'l < n{ \\ : 1, I 't'1' I>o1shre. 1 public xlicnil riniiii e, i itfid 1 i American

FLORIDA VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS LEGION BALLOON TALKEDTO from the expie-> office the day beforeI / 'e\ei\ ten minutes This, cnved l c4rus ill . ,..lu twte.i'. J..nc; i i/atn>iof) I tin, f"r,';ign-born l n new roml .
fruit alone In addition, thousands ,'hl'l, | policy, drive
there. lie all a foaming --- -- a against gotirniiKntal -
was /
ARE ENORMOUSA \ POSTS FROM TilE AIR got /
I the mouth about having to pay express of cars of v e ('tnll(>s and flaW LEGION:" C'()IIM.tN1)Elt-: parsimony in (education.
I looked like they hi'rries he been Mimpcd. Them .,lid the fiiHi.jkre: of the 'du'nUon bill
National headquarters of the Amer- charge, swing OOMKMN( : : I TI.EILE) :
total of 73,324 carloads of fruits crops are moienluable than the! lie- iitrul features of u forward
ha for t
could \( sent it Ly parcel post "
and vegetables have been; shipped ican Legion addressed a number of only four or five cents and thereby touriiit "(rop, great asset though! it Declaring that the'reIK n" room fi,",' lonkinij) pioKram, covering at I least thei

:from Florida during the fruit and ; Legion posts from the air during the saved him something, / like two bits. is. Florida estimates that wintervisitors intolerance in the United States, Alvin i set decade' of service are
vegetable of 1922-23 recent national elimination balloon Joe was snorting! : around about it invested $:-5.000,000 in the Ovsloy.) national commander of A ton'prehrniive education program
season now contest As "The American Legion state hart season, in addition to what the American made to aid in the assimilation of
drawing to a close, according to an so I d< tided I'd look into the matter Legion, a strong/
exchange: naire", official legion entry in the ASked him to show me the article in they spent plea for American unity, rcsrardle l the foreign-born;

"It is an enormous total, and it is race, passed over cities and towns, which he had rend, telling about the ;Manatee county, a tiuckimand of nntion.ilitv or religious beliefs in I Such a reorganization of school cur-
interesting to note the it has small parachutes, to which were attached fungus. When I read it I found that uit-frio\\ing section south of Tampa, an address, delivered at the cornerstone ;I ricula us will adapt the schools betterto ;
been distributed. Of the way 18,424 messages to the commandersof .very distinct instructions had been I records an average: annual Meld! 1 of laying of the Saint Vincent de new conditions and needs in ns-. ,
carsc.f the various posts, were releasedby $1,500 per acre. There are two to I'aul church of Cincinnati! tional life .
grapefruit shipped, 8,549 went to given for the inclosing: of postage for I of whitfh ;
the legion balloonists. four crops produced a year :from the Father William P. I The reorganization: and redirection
'western 8,471 to eastern cities the cultures. It said one culture O'Co/mor, legion :
points, ?' The. entry of the veterans' organization -I meant same ground. Besides citrus fruits, national is of rural education, that the best of
and 1,494 to points in the south. With I I would weigh two pouhds, ,which Florida chaplain, pa tor, ,
has other and industries
.oranges 24, 668 carloads were 'ship--, was manned by Capt.. CharlesE. that the postage necessary would be products "America is calling: today as she American farmers may'.retained oath
McCullough of Baltimore .division I whiCh; enhance the wealth of the called before for farms; "
lied, and of the lot, 6,355 went to wes. about ten cents. I showed that state never strong 'men
tern points, 14,037 to eastern cities passenger agent of the\ Pennsylvania ment to Joeand declared, that-i state. Floridaproduced. last i year 37 and' women' to stand and preach the :A much moro general equalizationof
;; ,F railroad and vice president of percent of Americas' total productionof of both advantages and the burdens of
and 4,176 to southern points. ". wasn't there when he read it. However doctrines! America, Commander
I
the legion's national committee on is naval stores. Of phosphate, it paid. "There is for f'ducationthrough a more extensive
:H "Tomatoes. furnished 9,546 cars after a little reasoning! (Joe a Ov/Mey no room
with 2,699 going west, 6,338 east and aeronautics, and Lieutenant CarltonF. reasonable f'lIomOlt! of the time) produced 1,780,000 tons of the country's intolerance, no thought that should pooling of the costs for maintaining
I 1 h 609 south. Bond, stationed at Aberdeen Prov- he sent orders for three more cultures. total total of 2.004,025 tons This divide us. for we are living under the what is for the common good of all\ ;
ing Ground Maryland who in 'product filled 7:1: ,%:H cirs Fish filled! The natiora'ization' of education I in
}
"Celery comes next with 6,160 cars was find this time he included' enough in supreme law of the United' State, the I
w (, of which 1,864 went east, 3,292 west the balloon that won the 1922 race addition to the 75 cents for each cul- r.fi65 cars, lumber 100,000 cars, and constitution, which gies the right to the minds of ojr people! with some Intelligent -
: ';0 and 1,005 south."Watermelons. which started from Milwaukee, Wis- ture to pay tlie postage, which in this 80 percent of the national nutnut offuller's worship God according to the dictatesof form of national aid in school

f( may total about four consin. I I lease will !IK about a quarter. earth came from Flori a.Tampa's our conscience." Buport to insure a better equalizationof "

; : thousand cars this year, but thus far -- -- I You know 75 cents is to pay for the cigar industry is big; out Owsley assailed radical tendencies" both the advantages and the burdens -
Behold The Fisherman I has million
exceeded
j only 2,905 cars have been shipped, of I actual cot of (growing and preparing put a cigars a prevailing: in the nation in recent of education as between the
in and
" which 1, 2CO went west, 1,372 east and lie riseth early in the morning: I the culture. The Plant Board does not' day reach (600,000,000 recent tears thin is expected to perrs and urged deportation of all tales.
273 south. make from selling the cultures. year persons who would seek to tear down --- -
I And disturbeth the whole household.lIe : money Florida is awakening to the importance Where Ignorance IH Blla"
"Totals on other products are: poeth forth through the country's flag.
I
READ TIlE VALLEY GAZETTE of telling! the world something
i ; mixed vegetables, 3,903 cars; lettuce Verdant pastures to the babbling about its opportunities. Ten cities Why? The archbishop had i preached: a fine''
2,556; pineapples, 256; potatoes, 2- DroiKs: and returneth find towns have appropriated for pub- fermon on the Beauties' of married

,", 991; cabbage, 1,120; strawberries, I-1 When the sun is low 666 quickly relieves Consti- licity this year $410,000. Of this, $121- A citizen who maintained a pawnshop life. Two old Irish women were heard

093; cucumbers, 1,654i: cantaloupes, 'Smelling: strongly of moonshineAnd i pation Biliousness Head 000 is to be spent by one city, Miami. took out a fire insurance policy commenting on the acidiess after
: 81 ,
; peppers, 1,157. Bradentown'n the truth is not him. Ex
t in Floridians recently were delighted The same day, a blaze broke out that church.
Herald. i,change. I I aches. Colds and Lagrippe. by a statement made to a California destroyed the building and its con- "'Tis a fine sermon his riverenct

I ------- -------- ---- --- paper by W. J. Black, passenger tents. would be afther glvm us on marriage -
- --- traffic manager of the Atchison Topeka The insurance company tried in ," said Bridget. "

& Santa Fe: "Florida is becom- vain to find sufficient grounds to 1'e-1 "It is indade," replied'Maggie. "and
PS fAti2ti '10O 916 rM GoitrGa ouq NEW .NEIGHBORS THE .lwL"'wellS' ng known as the winter resort. Florida fuse payment, and was obliged to con I wisht I knew as little about the sub-

HOPIE 8 P3 WERE .".A'V1H6'A FAMILY SPATNC is getting the pleasure: seekers, tent itself with the following letter ject as he does."-Exchange.

NOME ( -TWC5W A PLATE AT MIMIT while California seems content to rest appended to the check: -
MSSED HIM AW' QEANEOi on past glories." This last, however I "Dear Sir: We note that your polIcy During the calendar year of 1922
SWEET "'ett isn't exactly so. was issued at ten o'clock on Thurs- the amount of federal funds spent on
'rr
. 9 With its great, growing and profitable day morning and that the fire did not highways by the United States Department
production of fruit, vegetables, occur until three-thirty. Why this unseemly of Agriculture totaled $5-
!
q. ill { .. cigars, minerals, fish, naval stores, delay?"American Legion 603,100, which constructed 2,420 miles
HOME .. of forest roads and 4,190 miles of
.. etc., its wonderful climate, the spirit : Weekly.
-. enterprise and progress shown by forest trails. An additional $950,000
\ f 0 its citizens, and now the bid :for Officer (Just bowled out) :: "Not n was secured for this construction work ,
wealthy residents by exempting them man in this division will be given liberty from state and county authorities r

i OsesrKsowtlUsJitrisMl 4 from income and inheritance taxes, this afternoon During this same year 4,550 miles of
i! ai 4 t Florida is advancing at a rate calcu- Voice: Give me liberty, or give me roads and 19,600 miles of trails were

Lope ? \06 lated to cause other states to take death." maintained at a cost of $500,000.
notice--and to bestir themselves lest Officer: "Who said that?"
i 1 they be left behind in the progress Voice: Patrick Henry.-Awgwan. READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE-
+
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1>'0 ). )

;;r 1116W "That's Different"Two
,. Terry OUR ADVERTUD4O ALPHABET I
Gilkison negroes just arriving at the I -

penitentiary, and who had not yet .
/VVOCSTB been assigned to their quarter8.struck F'

. up a conversation. One said: After
I "Wnat you in for?" .I ,

"Breakin' in a store., .
00'i1 U It.NOW THEY'RE.MRwLYwEpc WELL IF' T eY'D BEEN -- "How much dey' give you!" $" G".. #U INFANT 'EveryMeal
? 'T\.41N J.lOJoEJ.aBITS' '* -: ,
JUST
AAARRlEP: ANY LENGTH "Twenty year What you in for!

t MOVED IN '(ESrER.PA'fAFTFRNooAI 4) Of TMBSHE \WOULD "Killing a man!' AW ofj&tft &., to vnfr 1 Hm In
"How much dey give you?" a picket your I
.
4 NEVER HAve MISfED "Three days""Three In -wetnt'i U11 pocket for ever-ready
HAVE NOU
Mee. q v 1411"WITH "'""ATPL.A days I Dat's funny. I gets ? vp
A LITTLE refreshment.
s A twenty years for stealing, an' yo' gitsus' It, A 6 AOVCTlfE
HABrrM neou>
\ A three days :for killin' a man. Dat'sunny.
YOUR HOMCfSeNP How come datT" .. Aids dfeestio

IT TO "Huh! I don't see nothin' funny J? Allays thirst.

V* VE'LLPHIMTTT. 'bout dat. I'se gwine to be hung one Soothes the throat.
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J.B. SA'If' Moderation is the silken string run- Quality, '
r.jt HrSALVM&SNtT WIFE ning through the pearl chain of all lb. $aatad Paokage,
y "z 0 virtues.-Bishop HallIrritated .. : 'get

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,,CALOMEL. OF ORIGIN O'F' ORDER OF DEHOLAY. FOR BOYS tution Tor ourselves is God as,follows and Country:' ; 'we. associate ., : i

together, for the following -

. NAUSEA AND DANGER ......, B,.'Edwi JWhet ,Seiftit "To purposes uphold: and defend, .the Consti- ,

I "I* the measure of success T fled'in the degrees. tution oi the United States of America ., Most folks,, I know that getting eggs

kedtelnal'Virtue) Retained and Im. 'Is it gauged by the size of one' bank The Order derives its name from ; to maintain law and order; to depends largely upon the hen's feed-' '.
....: and Sickening 'balance or'service rendered mankind T Jacques: DeMolay, the last Military foster and perpetuate a one 'hundred I'
Dangerous '
proved Removed.. P.rreetedTab-. The writer U prejudiced, but if he can Grand Master of the order of the percent Americanism; to preserve thmemories Yet with many people feeding is guess- :
Qualities -Calotaba." I cause'you'to reflect upon this. ques Knights Templar 'an eminent martyr and Incidents of our asso work. Their hen's lay part of tho." ,
j let Called tion for a few momenta, he has served e>f Free Masonry, who, on the eveningof elation in the Great War; to inculcatea 'f
Tile triumph of modern done his purpose. March 11, 1314, as the bells of the sens* of individual! obligation to tl\e time and usually>'"board"' when, eggs
I a "i-a.u.eat.d" calomel tablet' Most,all of us i will lend support toa Cathedral of Notre Dame tolled the community otate and nation; to 'combat are most profitable., .
Inowft to the most drug generally trade a. "CalotfbL"alomet.the used of iiiedleineC good movement, but few ever devote hour 'of .seven was burned at the I the autocrr.cy of both the classes / .
E. ; thus enter upon a ,wide their time unselfishly to making this stake on an isle in the Seine River. and the. masses; to make right the (
Id of popularity rU'ed and, r nnS good world a better place to live in.. Scenes from American history "have master of might; promote ''peace ** More Eggs Money Back ,(
S from those objectionable limited qualltl.tti/ u.e ,WE sail agree I believe, that the been utilized,' but with' the prospect 'and good will on earth, to safeguard .' ,
h\ch'biliousness have heretofore, formative period of a boy's' life is between that beMolay might become universal, and transmit to posterity prlncl The, guarantee behind- Purina Hen '1. '
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hen In,, ., and ln calomel etomach and kIdney:_ one, when he is most impressionable.With to do so. The name of Jacques De ; to consecrate and sanctify our ; "
oublee but It.was use the was most Often BUCCSHreirnHly. ,.unit- that settled, I can go on with Molay is closely associated with the 'comradeship by our devotion to mu- all guess-work. These Chows have all 1
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I ctfld I on account of Ita sickening qua!- my story.In Masonic Orders of Knighthood and tual helpfulness." the elements that make eggs.. That's
lira.. Now It l* the ea.I..t/ and mom March, 1919, Frank 1;. Land of the selection'of his name seems em-
of medicine to'take. One A resolution indorsing the administration why they are offered on a money-back j)
Kansas
I'lotab Iwdtlme with.. .wallow o fater City, Missouri, who spends inently proper. Our boys should bo
: -thnfa"t all No ta.t*, no a.,1,1. his time radiating sunshine and happiness taught that our forefathers foughtfor of Governor General Leonard guarantee. ;;
Wood of the
nnum-n, and, alleviating suffering, fos all our inalienable rights;'that our Phillipines was passed
I I'i hi II.le and the nexttmorningyouu< recently by the Manila post of thf _
tered a boys' club of nine members.It freedom was purchased with blood,
f
with a clan llvef. i airified American Ask for the Checkerboard
reellii fine Legion. The resolutionwas ;
e Kansas swiftly fire and sword which would destroyall
eyalom and a. blK appetite. Eat swept over City so ; in ,
pleamNo danger. that within two years, it numbered almost that we now have and that eternal answer ta a recent attack on Bag '
V'nlotahH' ur., *old only In ordinal two thousand members. This vigilance is the price Of liberty. the governor general by CongressmanJames I
led pockrfUeii. prlcn thlrtv-flW C'tenuggietrlelnulhoritedrlto the the Order of De- What with red A. Frcar of Wiscons'n., PURINA :,r r'J.
family package; wall beginning: of young mjjn,, good .
II -r th Urc \ .refund! the Molay for Boys.' Mr.: Land, possessor blood in his veins, but has a desire to Federal recognition in rank hu

I will binrouKhly of a broad vision, seasoned by his join a club; a lodge, or social organi- been extended to Robert H. Tyndall, NT OtI HEN [HUH I
that
you
il 11,11 "! a tomri.nt.-e K ltnlu, <' I \dv.) that 'auc1t an organization to be successful ization; ita"advisory council insuringits Legion, who.holds the grade of ma- last; ''' tscaaral .'J.
must be ,more than a mere organization character. Naturally, good morals jor general'in command of the 38th caws' } ...
:..; -+o+ lie conceived the idea of and other fundamental requirement division the national guard. During case t
-X------. .) a ritual and /his ideas were utilizedby are insisted >>pon. The"valueof. the world war, General TyrtdaU com- "" '.
BONNIE'BELLE BEAUTY $SHOP ; Frank- A. Marshalll, also of Kansas any organization depends upon the manded .the 150th. Field Artillery of ,':
t W. :f. Graham <;. City, In the splendid ritual now quality and quantity of its member- the 42nd. division. ,:
bMr. -- ;.,. used. ship. DeMolay offers both of these PURINA '\
Perfe,.I pntlKfaollon: KI'KCIALTY Oimr>nti>.'d.HA1K <)- The progress of this boy's organization requisites. It has its. own distiatlve The American Legion will advocatethe '.
\\OKK-A <(0 was BO marked that it attracted pin, its'emjbloms, its colors, just as enactment'of additional laws for IHICKEN
Phone 235 105 Park Ave. <- the attention of neighboring cities, Inrcer and other fraternal'' orders. 'the benefit of disabled veterans at '
r rI which clamored for similar chapters.The With chapters already formed in a the next session of Congress, Alvin CHOWDER
":.<..x.---:.;..;..:+cH+": Scottish Rite Bodies of Kansas number of our larger universities, it Owsley, national commander of the c

.KitBitS W. J. STEEn, City.justly proud of its success, gen affords opportunity for making acquaintances American Legion, told two hundred P1 i'. nape atarw IMM 71
erously gave every encouragement tots with a choice selection of sick and wounded world war fighters '
KRIBBS &, STEED spread until 1921, when they! felt manhood. i at the Walter Reed hospital duringa
the movement should become nationalIn Any recognized Masonic Body of recent visit to Washington D. C. P
k Horary. KI..I.* mmd..
.... to some organization which sponsor a chapter of the Order. It has abled comrades when he said that nota 111?
Bltrd frmetlm....tm.. all Ceurta.S a.tt could make it universal in character.In not been found feasible for lodges to single piece of legislation for the
March, 1921, there assembled in ,act as sponsors in cities where there relief of the disabled had been enact- '
Kansas City, Mo., representative men 'I are more than one lodge. The organization ed by Congress which had not first
T JOHNSTON Q. P. GARRETT from those states in which the Order must agree to give moral been advocated as a part of the leg.
I JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW 'had chapters. They decided that and financial support, if necessary, ion's national legislative program. FLORIDA FEED STORES

: 'the work could best be spread by the and supervise its operations throughan Owsley was accompanied to the hos- ,
organization<>n of a Grand Council national advisory. committee, of nine men, I pital by General Frank T. Hines, director "
ffices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank in character, its membership tobe nominated by them. of the United State Veterans' _

i I I Building. limited to fifty members, owing to "The DcMolay Councilor," pub- Bureau; Joseph Sparks, chairman of 306, Broadway
the expense, selected from every partof lished monthly by the Grand Council, the legion's _national rehabilitation :
KISSIMl>IEE FLORIDA the United States. Each local in the official magazine of the order. committee; General Walker D. McCal I

chapter is under control of an advisory This periodical is devoted to DeMolay of the Surgeon General's office and
tllton Pledger Ellis F. Davis |I council, selected from members of ideals and is a medium through which Colonel J. D. Glennan, commanding TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS :
. :the body fostering it. the principles of clean citizenship are officer of the hospital. Followingthe "
PLEDGER & DAVISATTORNEYSATLAW The Order of DcMolay is not a Masonic expounded. visit to the hospital Commander .
I organization, its rules prohibit Demolay: is now in practically every Owsley was the guest at a luncheon Call Up No. 218TWOONEEIGHT .
S I addressing members along the line of state in the Union, Canada Philippine given by Ambassador Jusserand at .....
State Bank Building ; their future affiliations. Free Masonry Islands, Porto Rico, and.is being introduced the French Embassy.The '
1- KISBIMl fEE. FLORIDA I is interested in its success, justas in Europe by Judge Alexander ( )
,. > it is interested in the success of G. Cochrane, of Saint Louis, Grand American Legion will be repre-
ry 'schools, churches, and good citizen Master Councilor. Judge Cochrane is sented at the bi-annual conference of
Itle ship. If a Chapter of DeMolay contributes at present in England. It now embraces I I the British Empire Service League,
1I. DR. R. J. DENNING 0 one good citizen, it is well nine hundred and ninety-seven'''to be held in London, starting July 16,
,- DENTIST worth the Expense! of the organization. chapters with a membership of over It has been announced at legion national -
t.t Over the Postoffice. The Order of DeMolay, a boys' fraternity j one hundred thousand active members. '! headquarters. Alvin Owsley ,
' for the sons of Master Masons At twenty-one young man automatically i(national commander of the veterans' Gazette Want Ads" Do the Work
RICE HOURS: t to 11:10. 1:11 t* S.rsideoce
'II" Phone 174- and their chums between the age of ', becomes an Inactive member. I arganications, has appointed the fol-
- Phone 158 sixteen and twenty-one, teaches love: Founded upon splendid basic principles lowing committee of legionnaires as
'!I" Office of parents, reverence, patriotism, pur- it ts a dominant influence in the representatives at the meeting: Don-
ity, courtesy, comradeship and fidel- '''lives of boy, and young men training aid W. Smith, adjutant of the London .
,ILd t ity. Its purpose Is to make better them In hjgher ideals of life. post of the legion; Oscar N. Solbert, ,
"s P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNEYATLAW boys, better men and better citizens. The splendid accomplishment of its London post commander; Francis
It is rendering a real service in the first years' existence is prophetic of Drake, of Paris, and Richard Tobin,
< l community life by insisting on a practical the greater good that will become the United States minister to the Nether
Jot OFFICESWinter application I of the ideals exempli- legacy of future generations. lands. H
I I The British Service
Park. Florida I ---- Empire
League is composed of representa.tlves ,
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Religious Organizations Approve OlLegion's
of rIr..r.
ex-service men's organizations -
r.tv : AMERICAN LEGION ,
,.. 1 I Ideal. of Great Britain Canada, South
0 J NOTES Pledging their support to the idealsof Africa, Australia, }Rhodesia, New
e the American Legion, representatives WUL CAR
l TURNER MARBLE A: GRANITE Zealand and New Foundland. Its pa-
Veterans Bureau Outlines Program 'of a number of religious and tron is the Prince of Wales and its
TAMPAMONUMENTS
.t COMPANY
, ----- .0 To Legion. fraternal organizations at a recent president is Field Marshal Sir;' Douglas I l I. If
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0 Favoring a more adequate compen meeting at Washington adopted a Haig. ir | ,I
0 resolution approving the preamble to< "I in that *
,n sns. am great hopes a move- aegar 1
the
Klssimmee legion's constitution in which the ment will be inaugurated which will
I. J. Crpwder Agent,
0 have'retarded attainment '
disabilities -
because the
ofw ,- purposes of veteran organization draw still closer together all English- fAL1C! Aim tlERVECtt
v.'f of objectives, and openingof are outlined. speaking societies of ex-service
' hospitals for more ex-service men, The conference called Father men
was by "
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and
II women, Sir Haig stated in a let-
; with less consideration as to time of William P. O'Connor
, ooo OOO "oOo+ of Cincinnati, ter inviting the legion to be represented -
It'J origin of disabilities were defined to legion national chaplain, to unify ac- at the meeting. hope that I may
- M. TILLER S American Legion officials by FrankT tion of the various denominations and
count advice and assist-
". limes, Director of the United creeds toward a common goal of patriotism upon your
'ilM1, Real Estate<; Agency |; States Veterans Bureau as his policies and higher citizenship. It ance.The legion was represented at the

M1e yo for conducting that agency for was addressed by Alvin Owsey! leg- recent convention of the British Lear-
AND ACCIDENT < relief of veterans. national commander.The .
FlUE, LIFE. ion
ion by Hanford McNider,of Mason City -
< Hines at a recent resolution
Director
INSURANCE spoke
was presented by
Indiana, and Milton J. Forman,
INDEMNITY BONDS 40 legion dinner in Washington, D. C.. Conrad V. Dykeman, of Brooklyn, imperial of Chicago. It was at the meetingthat
which National Commander Alvin the Nobles
nt potentate of of the the American
, Owsley and other prominent Legionnaires Mystic Shrine. It was adopted by representatives
" were urged to obtain representation
,a were present. tepresentatives of the Knights of Columbus for the legion at the meeting of the
ni In discussing vocational training offered Federal Council of the Churches Service AttentionFord
League.ALEXANDER
i. EAULTMAN by the Bureau, Director Hines of Christ in America Salvation Ar-

ratY aid he believed it a good policy to my, American Red Cross, National BLACK DEFENDS
stand for an adequate compensationso Catholic Welfare Council and Young TIlE AMERICAN; GIRLIs
'Ij that if the efforts of the disabled Men's Christian Association. !
ja men were unavailing to bring about The Preamble to the legion's consti-! the world and particularly the Owners
, rehabilitation through vocational ed- United States on the bank of destruction -
REAL ESTATEand ucation, conscientious care would be because the modern girl smokes,
I- afforded by payment of sums suffi- drinks, swears and has no modesty, #
cient for upkeep. lie said that he reverence or religion? else
Ford like almost everything
!.4 would plead with the next Congressto Has the new woman put a Jinx on parts,
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. FIRE INSURANCE make the finest type of hospitals the world since the old one went worth while are counterfeited. Imitation
.11e available to disabled ex-service men, ?
away parts are manufactured to SELL at the
,.. without distinction in giving care and Alexander Black of New York City,
treatment to these men as to whether author of several books on the American highest possible rate of profit and the

'If their disabilities originated withinone does think His used not .
Avenue girl not so. mature grades of steel are consequently
11 Darlington after the war.
two or three years Judgment appears in an article
10It Mr. Hines declared that he looked fora in the Century Magazine for August. the same high quality, specially heat-

5". continuation of the American Leg- .t. "The typical remark that 'all women treated alloy steels specified in Ford

,f ion's censorship of the bureau's acts, smoke nowadays' belongs in the formulas for the manufacture of GEN-
.. UYMEATJMARRET which he said is of the highest type, category with the July or August idiocy -
and that he, as head of the Bureau, that everyone is out of town' UINE FORD PARTS.Don't .
- would willingly receive such criticism. says he. "It is altogether likely that

... Favors Investigation Of Veterans In WE.suppose you sand Fewer in than the United one woman States in uses a tobacco. thou-- be misled-Insist upon GENUINE FORD

Prisons. .. a sensible There is an equally good possibility PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By
Governor John J, Blaine of Wisconsin buyer.We wantyour that not more than one in a jo doing you will get from 35 to 100 per cent
Legion,,
American
Fresh Meat and backed by the investigation business.Therefore thousand uses a lip-stick. more wear from them, and you win pay the
'. : is i endeavoring to start an w. sell Goodyear "Impressions gathered in white
of the mental and physical con lowest possible coat--the same everywhere.
be vivid and picturesque,
of the'world Tires famous the ways may
dition of the veterans
VegetablesPhone but they are imperfectly serviceable
and state world for their
war who are in federal penitentiaries over
in date for of
fixing the'collapse
following the recent inves- fine performance civilization.a" 50% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS

: 44 tigation 290 former of service the physical men in condition three Wisconsin of- and we give standard Mr. Black does not believe lipsticks RETAIL FOR LESS THAN lOc EACH a\
Goodyear Service on have any effect on the course of em-
institutions.
i: state penal inmates Goodyear Tire :tire anyway. They are, he says,
Sixty percent of the ex-soldier every Ask for Parts Price Last
lUSt another device chosen by a minority -
tlreand
were mentally sell.That
of Wisconsin prisons we
of for keeping in the spot-
I ISSIMMEE PLUMBING abnormal of which number more that service are all I women
II sufferingfrom light. A for some of the younger When your Ford car or Fordson tractor aeedaattention.

I SHOP than disabilities traceable\ were to their we-but can nobody give eta you-can women has an sometimes interesting called philosophic flappers comment he- ,call on us. For remember we are prop-, ,: a

I military service. Experts recommended who con- promise so much to make. erly equipped, employ competent mechanics,and \
I ducted the investigation "We are to remember,".he suggests, Oenoina Ford and Fordaon" parts In'aD ''
II I Nothing ,Too Big found and live i up to it. use ,
men ,
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is '
from mental tram "that the passion for the unreal work .
should be repair : I
N Nothing Too Small disease Institutions for Aa G..tr.r s--......- elementary. The face that is not ) 1
, .... hired to' suitable curable D..t.r.. I.,,d 5J wear-. really hers can- be-.more fascinatingto i y t
having! .f IA. nor
treatment, that those -
C.r1.rttA Ma 5.Md AU.M.era. a girl than the loveliest. natural
,' ailments should be' given immediate .. Tread ...tI Sack AUTREY DEALER '
Guaranteed' gifts she and if this can M. C. "tKissimmee.
Work treatment, and' that efforts should ,... .GSA et...",.." may carry how a 7
of the
a.- be true one who has gifts
', q.JM, atilfactoy. be.made to give.vocationaltrainingcommensurate with the'mental ability. e shall w* chid.' thosewho:,have lost Florida ,
commended LUPFER f BATHER them or1 never had them A paint* ; i !
.*. Tb American. Legion \ 'J<' ed face'can-have an exotic charm..It ,
(
.lmiJar action ..
c. [Broadway ; Telepl>onei 43 the lune M stale,'and and urged federal institutions ,.... A" is essentially dirty,'and it.is',a lot of t . ,1i..,,, .I.. .,I., ''i-
In.
but it the realism ,
of Its nation q, trouble escapes '"
U -ssmU at the last meeting ,from which most,human 'being fineSaom.'waJ' i
you have rooms / <
i r.nilement' In WeI ::l:4.4 eoI'wmAI1' al executive. _committee" .Jin Indismapoils. ;..... --.. oftmnlag ssidcjjf. " :",- .,,'
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1 : ' 1YLES[ V. STORY & CO.1 .= Cincinnati July 16!,, Ohio 1923,, COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY j]

Editor Gazette: '
On my return trip from. Florida, I The Man Without a Country"THE
J-ead about your drainage: question,
you are trying to develop. By all -
; means, this should be put through. I .. ,,-
Clearance found Osceola county to be the best
:.JuIy all round county. I .went.through and .. AMERICAN .:LEGION
the people of Kissimmee and the
county are to blame for letting Orlando
.: pass you as your lakes are lark Presents Arnold Daly and Mary Carr in its own romantic
more beautiful and your soil surpasses -
ger
( Orange county. You havewonderful FILM CLASSIC...portraying
SALE pasture land, and it is a
I j shame to let the water stand on it, a8
: ( 'it is today, ns the cattle raito in Love of Country; the glorious..romance of the early history the United. :

r I j j industries Florida will you be one have.of the best In Osceola paying States, and showing the dire penalty and repentance of one who fore ,

h I; I, Begins 8 o'clock Saturday morning I county! you have fine Citrus land, swore his loyalty in a moment of pique. (Not a war picture.)
'find trucking land and with your pastures -

I 21. To keep busy these you ought to attract every ADAPTED MUSIC BY GARDNER'S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 50 CENTS
., July [home seeker' that comes to Florida. --
I If Osceola county will enforce the For Benefit of Makinson-Carson Post and Americanism Work
'i dull July days we have reduced the fencing law that every good: county .
has, it will'mean better hogs and cattle \ ,
\0 and your land will then have some
': prices on all Dry Goods, Shoes, .value. No home seeker want!' to see
I'your thin cattle, or the ugly razorback
hog' unning,wild in the -- -- -- -
J Notions and Our [
J ,r p' Clothing. itry. coun-I'
1 Wake up Osceola county and
will increase in value as it ,' ,
will property
I prices save money"I
\ you in Your truly, .. .. I
J laid! Orlando..' A TOURIST. A".. '. ,> ... tI'JJ.
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,Monroe Thomas
COMER
./ :,JUI>GE; HELPING CTIMU i _
IN- HIS (Ol'T) OK TOWN:: WORK wrt .

4 L Story & Co t II I Judge T. L. Comer; la"-t Sunday performed Announces

t. y ySGooY a marriage ceremony at thecourt
t ,
house more elaborate than i is
'
Shoes Notions Clothing ,his ceremony custom.was In used this: ,instance the contracting the ring - The Opening of a New, Garage w"

'1 parties [being Leon Kazanzas of Or- ,
I 'I lando,' and' Miss! Eunice E. YeUerton,
Kissimmee, Florida formerly of Montgomery, Alabama. August First .
.
t I The groom is manager of the vegetable I
-i 1 I. department of the Adams market .
:[ in Oilando. Mrs. Kazanzas hasresided :
'; in Orlando: but short time, On Emmett Street

r" ,but has made many friends since her ,
BUSINESS WOMEN PICNICAT 'arrival. They will make their home
[ IN SOCIETY'S' REALM ]1 PLEASURE BEACH Ion: West Central avenue in an attractive I
-- bungalow recently purchased.' '
In The Location Now Occupied By Hansell't GarageIt
, Eighteen members of the Business 1 Last week the Judge had gone to
end Professional Women's Club with |Saint Cloud when W. I D, Kirby and '
! : r :BRIDGE AT THE two visitors, went to Pleasure Beachat 'Miss Flossie Tilton, both of Kathleen, '
; COUNTRY CLUB Lake Conway last Mondaynight: 'arrived in Kissimmee in search of
I Ion a'combined i Will Be A Pleasure To Serve YouCLAY
,
, 'i The Club the of picnic swimming par- (him. They went to Secretary Burrows ,
; Country was scene
business
and The first
ty meeting.
,. at the Chamber of Commerce;
afternoon
,
Friday
j a pretty party (
two purposes were the chief/ ones! '
;;' ,' 'when Mrs. Dewitt Alderman entertained oho immediately got the judge b locatc -
I r I
but did business I
they fay they transact -
, | <] in Saint Cloud. He thereupon
"I;y t the members of the afternoon: in connection with the
chiefly
I' .. tepped on it" and got back to Kis-
! .Bridge Club and a few invited guests coming of "The Night Owl."
simmee in record time to launch another -
; I at bridge. The rooms were thrown : .
I Those the affair
attending were:
matrimonial from the
I ; en suite and cut flowers formed the ,, Mesdames M. V. Boyer, S. H. Bullock 'shores of Lake bark I
F decorations. After several interesting Tohopekaliga. I AND THOMAS HAVE
i Bob Bullock, F. C. Bryan. Lillian Dey- 1--- '
games o f tbairiw.gdsesDr._ __ I''oreo. Fort DISSOLVED PARTNERSHIP/
i Marguerite: en bury, George I
It PERSONS: HAVING HIS
i frames of bridge was found that Gardner, Jessie, Kleinman J. II. New-
: Mrs. Roy Starbird scored highest by, J. R. Ribblett, J, D. Woodbeck, ANNUAL: = CLEARANCE: SALE After two and quarter\ yeas in'' The Casino TheatreWill'
among the club members and was Misses Viobt Bullock, Lurile John- partnership at the corner of Stewart I
I I I George ,V. Persons begins his semi-
r awarded a lovely bridge set. Mrs. son, Elsie Norton, Percie Oliver, Rhea and Verona avenues, Clay and Thomas -
annual clearance sale the Dollar Inaugurate
Howard Katz scored next among the Helen E. at have dissolved partnership, by mutual Tonight
Pherigo, Sawyer, L. Wenner.
Club; members and was given an exquisite j!{I I Mrs. Frank Bryan and Mrs. G. W. Limit Store this morning. This July agreement, and will each hereafter -
clearance sale .
will continue for
boudoir cap. Mrs. J. D. Wood- ten conduct his own (garage business.!
: beck scored highest among the guests ,, McGowan were guests of the Club. II I I|,;selling days and will make room fora I Mr. Clay will; continue at the old FAMILY NIGHT
and received a beautiful Madeira cover LEGIONNAIRES DANCED i I large assortment of fall goods. !I stand, and 1 Mr. Thomas has leasedllansell's
1
and, Mrs IL W. Boice was consoled !! Monday will be a special day for j' garage on Emmett street,
with a handsome handkerchief. A I AGAIN ON= WEDNESDAYThe English I I longcloth., with five yards to I']where he will open for himself on
delicious a customer the limit at the reduced
salad
course was served. August first.
Those enjoying the hospitality of this the Makinson-Carson second of the dances given, by prices. Today js gingham! day, witha TO BE IN FORCE EVERY FRIDAV NIGHT
Post of the
gracious hostess besides the Club ; five yard limit to a customer. BARBECUE ATlJROXSON'S=
members were: Mesdames Woodbeck, American Legion the occurred Wednesday Attractive bargains are being offered Whole Family Will Be Admitted Tree!
Gardner, Nathan Bryan Cason, Anderson night at Graystone HoteL A in all lines for men, women and Walter Bronson was the host at a
Davis, Burrows, Weigle of ,good crowd enjoyed the eveninrsomecoming I children, and an unusual opportunity : barbecue in the hammock near his with every purchase of two adult ticket.
. from Orlando and som* from ,is home on last Thursday night, followed
presented the sale.
Washington, D. C., and Misses Dot by I
and 'Angle Makinson and Mary Saint, Cloud. Mrs. Gardner's'orches : by a dance in the house. Those attend- Tonight-ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE, adapted from the sUg..! ue-
gle, of :Washington D. C. . tra furnished 'the music. i' iEPWORTJI.LEAGUE: WILL HAVE ing the affair !nay the barbecued beef eras "The Bridle Path" and a 2-reel comedy
wei'// The next of the biweekly'flanceswill :; : "A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD" was the finest ,In the history of ..eati" .
,. ;.1'TAKE THE KIDS take place ct the1'Graystone two r. PRICES -:. :- -:-, -:- lOc and 25c
.tj"-J FOR weeks front the last one,'on ,\ Rdnes-( Tonight at 7:30,: a number of tour ,When the eating was ov '
. : TO THE SHOW, NOTHING. day, August first. :.'H 1; ing cars will gather at the Graystone ty adjourned to the house where Ray- II
' I I :Hotel to take a larger number of peo- mond Tyner entertained on the piano,
rf Manager C. C. Jordan announced
I i OSCEOLA SCENES: IN ple Around The World "
on a "Trip niter which dancing was the order, ,
I this week
the
inauguration of BIG ,which has been arranged the with orchestra of the FARMERS' WEEK - '- -
. "Fam-I PHOTO PLAY I by Ep- an composed pianist WILL '
I ,t ily Nights" every Friday at worth League Society of the First Clyde Harris at the fiddle, Elmer BENEFIT ALL PHASES ''member of tho family, barring not
I ino, by which the whole family gets i "Where The Pavement Ends," Methodist Church. I I Schweikert with the twanging en the baby.Realizing .
'
f into the show for the price of two. which comes to the Casino on next The trip will be taken to homes in banjo and William Seel at the drums. : that "all work and no phi
(
"( j With every two adult tickets, the Monday and Tuesday nights, was all various parts of the city where different A feature of the l'vt'ninlwas: a good Continued from Taxe One> makes Jack a dull boy," the plant ti-
.. i rest of the family will\) be admitted filmed in Florida. Some of the scenes, nations are represented refreshments old fashioned spuare dance, Vernic made to house and furnish nieaH to elude as much fun as is possible tiI
,:, frp I according to Manager C. C. Jordan, I i characteristic of each nation Bass officiating with violin and Waiter those farmers who attend. Space: i in I crowd into the afternoons and em-
The picture for "tonight will be"All's were made in Osceola County, and he |) being served. The trip i arranged Branson "beating the strings." the dormitories and seats in the din- I[ling,. During one afternoon a "faJ1llo
Fair In Lore, with a two-reel says the picture is one of the best to raise funds for needed League activities Punch and a varied assortment of if'hall/ will he available at ac-'i'al! crs' picnic will be held at a nearbj
comedy also. shown in his theatre this year. i cakes were lIerved.I.OUGIIMAS. cost. Provision is, also being made bathing: resort.
by the local hotels and restaurantsto ------
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-- --- - --- - - BABY DIES take care of those who prefer to The Blow Almost Killed Father

'Ii t t hI rnmlllJllllllllllfllllmll[ ( 11 UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1III! Mr. and Mrs.-W.-B. Campbell of live i in town.FIlI'mers are. urged to1 bring their The sales manager, upon receiving

== Loughman, lost their two and a half entire family, making of the the expense account of his star
week,
== year old son on lust Monday night. something of vacation. salesman, wired: "Why Is your expense
a There
= = 7 Funeral services were conducted from be will account larger than that of MT
( something for all to do. If
== == the residence in Loughman Tuesday feels that he a man I of our other salesmen T" And .tin
= =-= afternoon with Rev. J. W. Owens officiating offered wants some of every salesman wired in reply: "I'll bitt,
course he send
== assisted by Rev. J. M. Cool- member of the family may to some I why is it?" -Building Industry.
"get" those
== Interment at Pleasant Hill
was
== ey.
== cemetery, the arrangements being in courses which he cannot himself at- I Virtue, if not action, is a vice; aM
E S.' charge of J. W.' Thompson. tend. But, of course, there will be when we move not forward, we If
: HAVE YOU THISBOOKKEEPER -- features which will interest every [I backward.-Loth.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERSSWIM :
The
= Bank With .
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AT PLEASURE BEACH

t ''y = the == The Christian Endeavor Society of '

? the Presbyterian church held a swim-

-=- Ability = ming Conway party last at Tuesday Pleasure evening.Beach at While Lake [ Are You 100% Efficient?

'r and -- -------- = the water sports were the chief attraction -
the delicious supper of sand
I, Willingness wiches cakes, salads, pickles; and If not why not? Come and let us treat you and

t ,:, I _, Serve A BANK is an expert bookkeeper other oughly good enjoyed.thing to eat were thor- get you in the pink of Health, for the increased

to which keeps your accounts correctly CARD OF THANKSI : business that is sure to be here soon. In about

six weeks the city will be filled with tourists seek
and wish to thank the ladies of the G.
s your safely and makes
money
no _
r = ing Health. Our offices will
DEPOSITS INSUREDBank i A. R. and all friends for their many ( be filled with Health

=- charge for either. = kindnesses flowers, during, and the for illness the and beautiful deathof seekers We can give more time to each case now

=-= .. =O= my beloved wife.L. than we can at that time. We cure or help the

-'- .;. We sell)) you Safety, Service and Satisfaction M. WILLIAMSTWO following after all others fail :

NEW STORESTO

m and are the only kind of business OPEN IN KISSIMMEE -HEADACHE -UNYIELDING COUGH

== (Continued from P.c. One -CONSTIPATION
that
,, makes no charge for its = -SOUR.STOMACU
will be local people. The Kissimmee BRIGHTS DISEASE .
1'1'S goods. store makes the thirty-fourth McCr o- STOMACH TROUBI.EAPPE1I'DICITIS
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== ry store in Florida, and according to -SLUGGISH LIVERBRONCHITIS
M = == Mr. Brokaw, will offer a variety
== >= equal to those in larger cities. Mr. -RHEUMATISMSCIATICA,

== Brokaw Kissimmee and to Mr.Sarasota Bearrow to open go from the AND ALL DISEASES DUE TO SLUGGISH CIRCULATION


next Over store.on Darlington,... v nu4 I i another four
My
-I of Osceola F1 store is making itS debut. C. F. years college training enables, .

County Fielding, of'Douglas; Georgia, will me to give any manipulative treatment ', i
conduct a furniture.,store In one of 'known
the Flemintr' ',,tore- 'rooms, where he ,. to the movement, cure.; . : : t, t ;
4 .- .1", will carry a l1 e"ot'' household and ;' I

l ,I Hours, 9 A. M. to 3 p, M. 4_\ =-== cash kitchen and furniture installment\ to be plans.sold on J both B. J. A.. ,Ray. ',Mrs, j< i?; RibblettMECHANO ';

-- Harris has'' arrived In Kissimmee to
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