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 27, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01126
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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LEGION DISAPPOINTED: 'NIGHT OWL, DISCOVERS SIGNS DUE
HIGHWAY :
TRUCKING (
RECORD e .
.BY FILM'S ABSENCE OLD KINGjrUTS_HAREM *
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SEASON, IN :SIGHT MI.take'la Crowd'' Disappointment-Shipment Causes But A Legion Large( I KISSIMMEE HOMES I' Will Friday i Have Night It Oa At The Exhibition Graystosie,Next FOR, A J FADE, AWAY *ViDijria

1 f. 'fIl Have Film Next Wednesday With Many Other Attractions
: Chamber Commerce e'Wm
All Signs.Point To Biggest If anybody Is figuring"on toting
}'The Maklnson-Carson Post 'of the ,
Fall Crop Acreage In The"History American Legion were a disappointed his loaded dice to the big doing at Co-operate With B. & P..w.

bunch of: "movie men" last Wednes. .t ..jf the Night Owl at the Graystone Hotel Club In Beautifying "
Of The CountyLast day. They had made great preparations next Fddarnlpht, he had better .
for the famous' patriotic film, change his mind. No loaded dice ; '
The : the"highway
advertisingsigns'
spring showed'd 'a biff Increase) The Man..* WIthlut A Country will be allowed. The Impression that along" last ;
production of truck crop_ in I "any thing goes' at the Night Owl got another jolt
in the which they had expected to-show that Wednesday at the noon luncheon' of
following the cam* should be counteracted. It' true that
Osceola county, night: at the Casino theatre and about
: the_Chamber of Commerce. Same tune sate
paign for strawberries last summer i noon a long call from .. it. will be the liveliest-place In captivity the chamber shunted a eommun.icatlon .
And indications are that a bigger acreage Palm Beach dl.tanc81hone J. Nathan hereabouts since the Purple Cat bcautlfica-'

in fall truck crops than ever be Bryan that the film ,had been closed, and,there will be a lot of .ex tlon,'to'regarding the Business highway and ProfessionalWomen's ., q
a fifty percent citement. But there's limit to all "
fore will accompany shipped to the and would a "
wrong place Club. Now comes communication -
increase in strawberries over ..lastscasoNtfnthile not be inKisslmmee in time for the things.- and various members theBusiness club
to.the latter and it
the heavy rains of May perfot' 1ance. and Professional Women'sClub

and June delayed the growers considerably .There was nothing to do but call off .have stamped their dainty feet very properly. repeated'the, _shuntingperformance. '
in working their land the Usual the show. Another,film might have In emphasis of the fact that loaded William Hahman."of Altoona Pennsylvanla 1t
number of seed beds for pepp.nand been substituted, but the"people had' dice will not be tolerated. '
wrote a letter to Miss Hal-'
eggplant were planted during the made minds the film One man made a bad break by"list;
-Up>> their to see err Sawyer president of the. bu.lne."omen' ..-
first half of July and this planting is they' had heard so'much about. The C ening in" when these ladies were doing ,, organization in which, he'

continuing: to a degree that, augurs legionnaires got the!*. telephones their scheming and he got "satow' stated that.he had Lead in The Gas-- '
well for this .fall's quentltyproduc- to.-work and notified everybody they as any eavesdropper thould. He ette that her club had undertaken the

tion could, to try to stave off the disappointment listened heard his eyes popped. open highway beautification job. and called !
Indications are that the biggest difficulty h.enteredFriday., August 8" in his *
which would be met when h.r .ttentlon to the matter,of advectlaiaQ '
in marketing with which Os the people came to the theatre. Announcement , date book. and hunted up. pal to _signs placed along the high
whom he told what he'd heard."I
ceola county has had to contend "will ,
was made at the Chamber a7H.. suggested that the county
be overcome this year. That difficulty of Commerce meeting, and everyeffort PRETTY HOME pF, MRS. F. A.. NAVE heard some lady tell another that- commissioners be induced'to' pass ."
hasbeen in lack of suffifient made to get word to the people, - -w. to be in charge the kooiet"The 1. it '
to'
Church Street' and making Illegal pat signs
Sproule AvenueNEW
Corner listener's the betterof -
,. curiosity got
volume to ship in carload of .
but in spite these efforts Broadwaywas along the highwaywithout the coney ,
him"and he started Investigationon
lots Osceola countI.. is beginning I lined with ears at an- early hour, an 1'.sent-of the'property-oWJlVL Hie.'owq .w. -
.. his mabe'the t
seriously own account thinking
to taketrucking [ '
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: from all
which people
.brought over --- - I property In the city limits, along the
now, since it has been repeatedly the city and from the country to seethe ... . ladies needed some hbip.A while Highway jo north .'. ,
-- ------------ -- ------ Kissimmee.
demonstrated that the soils of the I' film. 1' after heu-eturned to his informervwitn I had inany times been tb* target for 7

county 'are unsurpassed for raising a Assurance, definite as anything can 'AN'D 'LEHM1-1 disgust in his expression and"his voice these *, but. he had oonJ (
of produce. The wet weather PHONE QUARTERS POWELL ..You're a juice of a listener sold he. reed d
variety be made in this world was given Mr. "She didnt 'boote' she said I sistently to be a party to the n
prevented a great many growers Bryan that the film would be here in booths." say proceedings, as had A. E. Thomas of'
from putting in seed beds as early.aa ample time for presentation next' the same section of the city. v
is customary, but. several. large seedbeds Wednesday night and in order that NEARING COMPLETIONCompany COMING TO CHAMBERFlorida's something And those worth booths looking are going at. In to addition be Th. letter was read at the chamber,

are coming along in fine shape thrh. disappointment might be lessened to Tnt's Harem there will and for a minute it looked a* if theY
King
and many growers are preparingland it was scheduled. From the surprisingly -, old time method of disposing of com', '
tee Rood acreages of peppers and 'eggplants large crowd which turned out last Two .Celebrated be.pulchritudinous choruses honest- munt ations were to be resurrected."' x

and will buy plants to set. Many Wednesday the indications are that Hopes To More To Chamber Commerce Stars jto-goodness, blown-in-the-bottle for all The chamber has,during the last year,
are of the opinion that there its a'crowded house will see "The Man New Offices Broadway tune telling booths, bathing girls, been taking more action in matters of%;
still time to plant seed beds of their{Without A Country" on next Wednesday Will Talk Wednesday I kinds of games (remember don'tContinued public interest than in some day formerly -;
own since the markets do not get very I night. By First of September ( on Page Eight) and Mr. Aultman's motion to:

strong until late fall on account of Some of the members of the Chamber table the matter was amended by.Mr.' Y ,
supplies from northern states. Car Remodelling of the Ward building, of Commerce who have been otherwise Stanford to file it for information.*
load shipments of peppers;and eggplant GROWERS MEETING IS the concrete structure on the east side engaged on Wednesday noons NEW ICE COMPANY The motion to table being. non-amend-,

seem to be. certainty this of Broadway between Sproule and of late, when the chamber held its able and Mr. Aultman'a motion rueeeivtng >
year, and carload shipments mean a regular weekly meetings, are going no second both motions were
tremendous saving to the growers. CALLED FOR ORLANDO Drury avenues, is expected to be finished tit miss something next week, if they I IS BUILDING HOUSE thrown into the discard and S.' L., lee

Strawberries, which have been next week. according to J. E. don't "turn over a new leaf." Lupfer Jr., got a second to his motion

somewhat handicapped by the wet I II Griffin, local manager of the telephone President Farmer announced at this to co-operate with the Business
weather of the last two months have All Growers Of The State company. Otto W ttstein, Jr., week's meeting that Willis Powell of Branch Store House Of'The and Professional Women's Club In]

begun to grow very fast during the To Attend owner of the Kissimmee Telephone EUstis, and Karl Lehman of Orlando, Haines City Company To .. beautifying the highways, with par-'
Meeting
last two weeks and are putting on I Urged Company, was in the city last Friday will be present at next week's meet- tlcular reference to the subject at
runners in a manner which looks as Against Rate Increase and stated that cables and other ing. Mr. Powell is the dynamo of Operate In September hand. 'W. J. Steed offered an amendment
if plenty of plants would be available ----- equipment are en route to Kissimmee I the Lake County Chamber of Commfcrce which was carried to the effect
from local patches for August and In order that Florida fruit and vegetable now, and the work of removing the and his.reputation is such that Construction is proceeding, rapidly that the chamber appoint a committee -' .'
September setting. . .' 'can unitedly combat telephone quarters from its present I the mere announcement of his Intend- the ice house to operated to meet with the business women
be
This year's citrus crop looks like shippers location in the McCrory building, will 41 presence should keep the good la- upon new add form joint committee to appear; h
the biggest ever. With the new coloring the proposals of the railroads to advance be pushed as fast as possible. Mr. : es of Saint John's Guild.hustling torovide in Kisslmmee by the Floridarlct before.the county commissioners to,

rooms and added equipment refrigeration rates and require Wettsteln said he hoped to have thetransfer I enough of their usual excel-- Company of Haines City of whlcrTAVJ. urge, he passage of a law preventing. y'

which the packinghouse, will have,, the strapping of citrus boxes at both made and the company operating at luncheons to feed the multitude.But . Nye is the president The'local signs being placed on the highway

this year there.ahould be no-'difficul ends, E. P. Dow traffic manager of in its new home by the first,j in addition to Willis Powell, branch will be known as the New Ice without the consent of adjoining ,l
again demanding top prices. of September. ? comes also Karl Lehman. of the Or- property owners. The motion- was' t
County Agent'. Leo II. Wilson' sounded Florida: Citrus Exchange, has entire lower'floor will bevote dj. snga.Qawty Chamber when he's at Company! and will probably begin de- made' applicable to'the"city: commisjsioners 9

'. note tof warning\ |to'tklt1UIowR 'botioei'to ati loading attend of to the telephone offices 'and rn5rn Bor when he Iin't.editing..,Fler- liveringice in September 'The storehouse as '-well," to ,coverrach portions -

era at Wednesday's meeting of 'the jth. state asking them to a equipment, while the upper story 4s ida paper in Ohio, or Inspiring some is being built on the railroad "of-the highways. ar*.within-
Chamber of Commerce. He said the .. at Orlando ,on Friday Aug' being remodelled for apartments. .other chamber some other organi property back of the Lakevlew Inn on the city limits. . w
crow was the biggest and-looked the 3, when these matters will be discussed Manager Griffin says the transferring ration; He ajways, plays-to S. R. O. John I... Overstreet,'chairman of the< ,
best of any he had seen .Ince,he has and plan of defense, formu of the offices will occasion very houses, by his lonesome and with Mr. Possell avenue. It Is being .con committe on the cypress ..
been here. The buyers: who make lated. slight inconvenience and interruptionof Powell teaming witJ him on this occasion ed of sand brick with cork truct.1 serve, report; for the committee
offers, in advance of the .e&lon. are "It is vitally; important;that every service as it will be made on Saturday it behooves local chamber members ation and will have a storage that i the'lands, 'along'' Reedy- ,Creek +,

on the ground with their usual claimsof grower and shipper in Florida aid infighting night.after the business houses to show up .early. if ,they, want ity of about forty tons. The icehouse which are wanted for a permanent, ,#
poor future prospects, and their these issues," Mr.' Dow said! close. seats and eats* is 20 by 40 feet. R. A.+' Schoon of cypress grove, arc owned
Mr. Wilson urged in his notice. Th. Florida.'Railroad is of preserve Orange Realty '
man ofL rings. .. .. over of Orlando superintendent
the citrus growers to take no stock in Commission will be represented': ,at -- construction. by the"Eppinger and RueseUComps-

the calamity howling of buyers who the meeting by its attorney-said probe ''The company will operate three delivery ny. The Committee.had not yet had'

would reap a profit at the- growers ably by several of. the..commissionersthemselves. GROWERS WILL GET CHURCH STREET.AIM-,. trucks shipping the ice from time and opportunity to communicate;
expense, but to hold their fruit for "*, Haines City by rail. Joe Ward will be with the owners to ascertain their attitnde. -)

good price. Some fruit has already While. formal protest has been filed the local manager Mr., Overstreet. presented a,
been sold, he said, for 75 cents a box. with the Interstate Commerce Commission PLATFORM INCREASE PROVED BY GRADING, map he had made of the area// under:
He believes the citrus growers are by the Florida Citrus Exchange MISS FLAVIA GLEASON IS consideration showing the relative t
toning $25,000 a year by selling to and other shippers to the proposed NEW STATE HOME DEM. AGT. positions of She highway railroad and;

early bidders who play upon future increase in refrigeration charges Campaign For More Room ,City Manager Opens Old Florida's new state home demonstration the proposed preserve.' *

dark arc anything prospects but, when dark.the W. prospects J, Steed and while has the set Southern a date when Freight the ship Association At Express Platform Get- Drains And Lays Some agent' -Miss Flavia Gleason .
boa and i ia tne
been on
emphasized Mr. Wilson's remarks, pen will be granted a hearing on the ting Desired ResultsA. : New Outlets Into MainsCity -job. She reported appointed to the dean and FARMER WILL TILE ,
citrus box strapping, it is
of
of
characterizing the tales early buyers matter director of the College of Agriculturein -
as mere propaganda to catch the believed by Mr. Dow that some immediate W. Bailey, Kissimmee agent for Manager B. B. Doughten has Gainesville on July 16, after having SO WILL PRATHER:
action the I '
citrus and united on partof
grower sleeping lie urged and of the 'the American Express Company, was considerably improved the looks of spent a few days in the extension ..
men to stick together and cooperatewith all the shippers growers Chamber of '
the
I invited to attend 'office at the State College for Womenin
Church street the week
the during ,
the different organizations, and state will be required to defend Commerce meeting Wednesday (land past Tallahassee. '
called attention to the probability of interests of the horticultural and agricultural inform the members' as to what success and caused numerous customary pools "All I can say is that I am going Work Progressing Speedily'On

r getting advances on the crop from the industries. In view of the was being met with in the campaign after each rain to disappear. He hal to give my very beet efforts to the Lupfer'and Steed:Land
Citrus Association if the growers felt great interest being taken in the two for more platform space for been superintending the street crew farm women of Florida as their new \1''
Tile '
the necessity of immediate income. matters it is expected that more thana strawberries and other crops. The leader of home economies work," Miss And Two More Will
will with the in an effort to geta
e Mr. Wilson again urged the business hundred shippers and growers chamber and the growers association scraper Gleason answered when asked for a
, men to do what they had done attend the Orlando meeting. have since last ;year disclosed the Inadequate proper grade to turn the water into statement as !to her pibg am and North Kissimmee has been a popular

last year with Strawberry growers, BOY AND TWO GIRLS facilities for handling the the drains. plans. "Being'new to the state and place for visitors this week.:

and back them for fertilizer ana ONE APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS first season's strawberry crop. been New tiling was laid across Posseil coming here at a time when the workis Numerous people who are contemplating -
plants. He believed that the acreage agitating for more room. as usual at its lowest ebb and when
avenue and the grade at the edges tiling their land and thus get-
in strawberries in other sections boy applied to the county The present accomodations have always all state and many county workers
one
would be considerably less than last superintendent Only of schools for the been ample for express shipments lowered along the two blocks north of I have left. the. work it is necessary ting into the' money-making trucking:

year and said that everything pointed scholarship at the state University, until last year, when the strawberry Posseil, thus getting rid of many that my time be" devoted to organis: business with the best method have

toward good markets. in strawberries created by the last legislature to provide canipaign not onlfar increasedthe pools of water which backed up in ing a new staff and placing' new and been watching, the tiling crews at
this year.SEARS state trained teachers fot Florida express shipments of berries a that vicinity formerly. At the cornerof additional workers in the field. I be- work the W. J. Steed tract of flve
tile outlets on
Church and Dakin
scho&ls. Lewis Campbell appearedto hundred thousand quarts, but caused new .'lleve all vacancies will be filled and
take the examination but being more truck crops to be sent from Kis- I were laid to carry the water into the :',our machinery functioning by the I acres and the eight acres being done.for *
SAYS ROADS the only applicant for the Gainesville simmee than ever before. With the big brick drain along Dakin, and that middle of August or the first of September S. L. Lupfer and J. E. Lupfe-.
Church to
scholarship, received it without exam platform crowded with refrigerators, street re-graded from I I at the latest. Tuesday's big rain the third heiv--
ination. growers, employees and buyers, the Broadway. Formerly, a mixture of Miss Gleason is anative of Louisiana lest of the season, an excellent i
AGAIN bricks and sand was ,supposed to fil- I gave
HIT FLORIDA Two young women took the examination congestion contributed to the diffi- ter the water off but with the layingof and comes to her position here example of the way.the tiling works.
Florida State College of first season's inexperience after ,lx of work as county and
for the culties a years Mr. Steed that he went out to
II the tile connected with the big says
scholarship Tallahassee. and it only by the most district home demonstration agent in and
was
,
For Women rains of his tract the following morning,
Says They Discriminate In Miss Thelma Sutton took the examination strenuous effort that the daily output drain the water and from heavy that state._She says she was farm I in that portion where the tile bad '
disappeared
Kissimraee, and Miss Al- and loaded. Wednesday yesterday born and reared, which.assures her and
Well packed
Passenger Rates As in was fell. been laid the ground was dry
almost it i
lene Moon of Saint Cloud who is attending For some time the growers had the as having sympathies for farm life and I workable, while on the part .not vet
As Freight Proposals summer school in Gainesville, habit of driving to the east side of YOUNG WOMEN'S AUXILIARY people. equipped the water stood In puddle
took the examination in that city by the express platform, which, on account -i FORMED BY BAPTISTSThe She received her education in the in some places. Late that afternoon,
Congressman W. J. Sears sent a arrangement with the Osceola superintendent i of the nearness of the tracks graded schools, the high school department when a large number of people were, i
long wire to the Interstate Commerce of schools. No informationis was a dangerous practice, and the Young Woman's Auxiliary of of the Louisiana State Normal i out lopklng. at the progress of the
Commission, some days ago, urging available yet as to the results of the ; railroad or express officials the First Baptist church was organized Model School the Louisiana work the land, apparently dry and
them not to allow the railroads to increase examination. this method of reaching the platform last Friday evening at a meting State Normal College and the Louisiana entirely dry enough to work,,was till
the refrigeration charges on by planting a row of posts parallel at the church, called by Mrs. State University. She graduated being drained by: the tile that was 'already
Florida perishables, and fcroUstlng, LAKE WILSONERS HAVEENJOYABLE with the track at the end of the express Haynes Brinson. The following officers from the normal college, in 19111; laid steady streams runninginto -
against the three strap proposal. In PICNIC depot. On both sides, the tracksrun were elected in addition to Mrs.Brinson The summers of 1913, 1915. 1921. and the drains from each of tho
this connection he took occasion to Lake Wilson very close, and the problem Is,not counsellors Miss Nellie Bowen at the state university laterals. rAn
of the
make"few Ye'marks about the railroads. The citrus grower. one to solve. president; MI s Nellie Parrish specializing In home economics.
citrus fruit an easy feature'of the tlltric; ;; i
leading interesting
district the that from'the normal
Mu Bailey stated however vice president; Miss Elizabeth War.ing Sine her graduation ,
"A few days ago" he said in discussing i section of this county the ,shores gave a of picnicon Lake officials of his company were in Kissimmee ; secretary; and Miss Ethel Whid- she has taught grade work for on the used Lupfer. In'order tract to is get tbe'dl.'PIlol'method the bolt! ', Y
school
the matter with a representative i Saturday: on recently considering the mat- den, treasurer.At . two and a half yean high are'at J
of The GazetteI received a Wilson. About 100 -people were pros-of ter and made measurements which he the organization meeting an home economics for two years, andwas' drainage. Some, twenty men both'' w1U a

letter and'a .circular from on* of theleading :lent,.Including several bought residents land and feels sure will ruult..1n additionalroom other was called forthe.. follow- principal of,a rural school forona work on these finished ptaee..and-nextweek,' ;
railroad ..attorney of the Kissimmee who have for the coming season. lag Monday at .which seventeenyoung year. probably k U. ? .
In this tnts .
splendid groves 191,7 she began Carson Farm.rwno'; ear
developing : the summ..of ,
that During '
effect, went
which at.ted..ln. women
pre.ent.4'Alterthe : .f his
country ehankea'would be.:'mad. section.'picnic'dinnerwas;, served DR. SUTTON ORDAINED business session, ', J working( as county home demonstraUon cleared and.fene-fir* .acres
he hoped deeMed
no has
with'CountliAAgent Leo AT MT..CARMEL : north Louisiana, and land near the-stock'pens ;
which in
DEACONS
in th..present transportation acts and: after; waa enjoyed at which time 'the agent .. "imrnedlotely. The
,
rte.
'an.uteresting program .til.theftve.
to
f that It be given a fair chance to show'I Wilson presiding ; gent Wat.llaea;'Meadam.*{Brinson.' -War- in" January1920, sh was appointed! palc ....'V>on
-bl-
at-, Was eurlea Out: County Cota- Dr. J..A. Sutton went to -. Hall'served.delicious district home demonstration'agent.fOfaoutb.LouldanL' crew,will move to .
wouid/worlc.01".not..Thi. and'B. S. .
0 whetherjt / < fedMt4 mtaloner.E:' L.')V.OT.ntreet stated Cannel Sunday to ordain three:dea- hg, sandwiches 'doughinuts _:It wo in,thiscapacity a* the-present lob tornj;sald-ifls''not, tGne. n wl 'do all he could to.... Sunday was .a'big church day refreshments of .. ; .' when Prather.1 another to
.. ?**;* (that W would cons.f ;''and ; "ur T'il: she .. serving appoint has tfor til-
punch. .
i'l
radicaIAehang'ei'in''rates."Naw.U soon'bave\ a ..all meeting, and ' "" drolnatre Contract been 11' ;
helrealty.meanelthis the' that this: seetbn would.- there .with an day" Considerable i .ed to .her;;preaent po.lt1oL;!. ,
.. 1 good'road.*f'I', "' dinner, on top grounds. wctVOftth.'Aax1Uary' 1 .,Miss.Gleason bad the hearty coopreration.and ingi. hi* land (odfoinliur the Weed ,\<,< '
the people a square shown in the :It't"
rBroadswil give contemplatln -
!, :
; d.w. othrr people'ar
VM. tract.Several'
alai fed.
-the state
deal' 'paving'to bee:forced to ,Steed. Speeches Sam Wpf" en'JfcvH.C...Stanford ; Every member. the.family"is"ex which U' along MissionarySociety.4th. same-lie.!M..-;'AUoan. theWomen's eration of women's-support'ef clubs in her Lout *:,doing, the same... aid the t'' "
do .aO by.thllnUrstat: ; .CommerceCommission. Ames wd pectedand preparations' an being Florida'with' for this section's sposdr airs -_ '
JohnstonF..W. she to prospect
thatInterstate the". Pat women they *g'of Mventfcen -I clans work, and comes '''t'r :<
.- Im' satisfied for them by the 'University of y ever lIt1. In trookja ,
Md mad <
en its ?
A most profitable and enthusiasm ..Touched'Jfor proach'to- posed ,
: Ji ability
then ; \n to :
Commerce Commission! will washed by nil those at- Florid;for Farmers''and ..Growers'Week.August. ; :{COrdlallr.IaTit.. ... 'become;' .n ..u.n than brla ..' ...,..,1"
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TWO KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.! FRIDAY JULY: 27, 1923 ... .

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r ."f :O' . . .. . 1 ">OTIC OK SPttCIAt!: ELICTION. .NEW-; LAWS MADE BY t.I O O Otoooo Ott'OO. Ott<0> V -

: t. .! ',TO ALL, WHOM IT MAT CONCERNI: I THE LATE LEGISLATURE + SAYS TilE STATE. *
\ Legal Advertisements j 1 WH UREAS!: the City Commission ofItrirUUy 1 MARKETING BUREAU + BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
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: . . . . . .. .. . A. I). 123 held adopted on the the Ird following day. of resolution July. in a few leading issues during the' ttO
I : VI*: 1923 legislative ''session at Tallahassee -J CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS

NOTICH. OF" APPLICATION FOR "'Vii IiREAB.: the .Legislature of. many Florida people are under the Experts of the Florida State Experiment
TAX I>KKI: > 'the State' of Florida at its Ht>.B"lon impression that only a few laws were Station declare that fodder WOOD BRICK STONE .

Notice la hereby Kit-en. that. C. A. In 128 enacted the following Law passed.. But this is tar from being tilling is a most wasteful. habit. ,
Authoillnir anmtIis'rtaliig
'An ACT
tttraub. purchaser of Tax Certificates. the cae'; As matter of facts this STEEL STUCCO .
the City ComntIB..I..n'l of the a |odder. is usually pulled soon after :
N..1II8.. 1(4 and US. dated th* 7th day -
N. BASS
of June. A. D. 1920. and of Tax Certificates City of KlMlmm. Florida* to was one of the busiest sessions a |I I the ear passes the roasting ear stage. F. JACK.BASS

No. HI 148 and ,.148. dated the Transfer all Money. Street now Srt Fund.Uulk-" Florida' legislative body has ever The ear is not mature then and roots 322 Royal Street.. 515 Sproula' Avenue.
Fund the .
4h day of Juno A. I.>. 11.11. ha.* filed head to I '
aid certificates In my office", and has BE IT ENACTED HY THBISLATUflF3 1.E<5- known and some of the new laws that {and stalks cannot mature it when the I- -

mad application for tax deed to-Ja.uo I OF TilE STATE OF were enacted are of great Importanceand i leaves are gone. The leaves of the - - .
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.I .... 1 L<<)Jn nA: have a direct interest for -,
In accordance with I" Maid prac- its factories. No matter
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cprtltl'j corn plant are
,, umbrae In. following de SECTION' 1 : The City Commission 11. HAROLD HUHB. M. P. SIMMONS, J>. .A.. MORRISON JRu
t-ates the entire
of KlB..lra tically population. | how roots plant have ITMldent. Vice IRAM ,
situated In Osccola CountY, of th" City ne. many a may ;President . Tr....
Flrolda property to-wit: I Florida, la herbyauthOnized! and Including the local bills, the acts these roots can do nothing unless
No. 153 of 1920. Lot '6, Block 1. assessed I directed to traiitiYer all money that of this legislature will fill such a vol- ,:!i leaves are .Present. to manufactureinto Bert Fertilizers laMctidJ* Sprayers PesJlry Supple
Harru may now be In the ItulkhesI Fund ito Book that few citizens will Honest Good Fair Price
to E. F. the Street Fund. luminous plant tissue the food taken Up Prempt Ships***!
No. iii to 4. Unknown.of 1920. Lot 7, Block 1. Assessed 8KCTION. 2.: ThIs Act shall on- care to read it but the fact of a general -''by the root!*. When the blades are Ak Your Nfhbr.-.:n. :Know

No. ItS of I42fl.d-( .V't' ck 2. Asaed I 1.IRk.. effect upon approval and nature cover such a multitude of I removed the corn car never fully Jo- "GET LATEST PRICELISTS BEFORE BUYING."
.?* to U 8. Hull ratification by an affirmative subjects that it will be of interest to velopes. "

All. of the above being{: I In the Hast: qualified Vote of a and majority renlsteredoter of the .dul\. of' recite ,them briefly. Following .is a E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., JacksosiTflle, florid
I\lslon$ of Thurman City.
No. 143 of 1021..,Lot R. Park Hardens j the City of Klualmniee. then residing fair index of the acts of a general I Washing dirty eggs hastens decay

and 8\V,< of HW '4 of NW'4 Section In said City who own real estate riatuie: especially in warm weather. Washed - ___ __ -_ __ n .__
13 Township 25 Houth Itanno 29 Kasl. therein and' )have paid their Tick eradication law.
Assessed. to C. R. Wilkerson.No taxes for the year last due thereon zone ,eggs included in any shipment! to distant -

148 6f 1921 T..ot 29. Parknardens and actually voting at. an election State tax levy law. j i points depreciate the value of the J. %T.I Tb. >>
TrlapSC X1
Section; B Township 20. South Rang-c called ana .held fat that pui'- Law defining building of state whole package more than the gain

J9 Kasl.. Assessed. to J. C. Dibble. pose.Filed. highways by road department. I that be realized the that
In the office of Secretary of may on eggs
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No. 149 6f 1921 Lot U. Park Hardens.Section
: ; 5 Township 26 Houth Range 29 Plate, Mnv' SI, 1923. and became. a Thtce cent gasoline tax law. are washed. No washed eggs should .
East Assessed to J. C. Dibble l..nw without the appio\al of the Search warrant law requiring.''ever be sent to cold storage. Dirty Store and Licensed funeral Directoron
The *sld land. helnK assessed. at th"
date'rates In of names tho Issuance.". .shown of above said cettlfl-Unless. I -\.\\1) 1H2S. llu-. on City the Commission 5th tiny of pnasi-'l June.. wnj, all criminal warrants to }he issued eggs for immediate use. or :-. A Siitcmr 5,..._,,,.,;,,. 5.n<:#fiAH Il.tttl.retl

t said certificate shall redeemed. ac- .a Hcnnlutlon. cnllliiR an election to h<* in duplicate and copy served on pris 1 Stewart Avenue Pmtruni

.t .1 (ordliiK to law. tnx ilc-'d will issuetherson held on the HMh day of June A. 1>. oner. .j I Motor cars registered in the United
the lath lAY of Auuust A.I 121. and at the request. of the Klsalm I : : Grade Ambulance
on < Law making it maximum jail sentence Kimtimmt High Service at Call
lisle Chamber of Commerce tliv sal,) Slates on June :30, numbered 13,048-
1). 1923. J. 1.. ()VERRTHI! I T. '
j Clerk l"lrl'ulttmrt.: 'election was called off until f til. 'the'r of 30days' nu-S25.00Ufine >n 'I:J28 or one to every 8.5 persons in the Of nee:: 141 PHONES Residences .It
I Osceoln' : Coiiniv, "I'lorldn. Information wAil furnished. Hinl. I addition-to.> violate prohibition law. [ country: With a little crowding it-
I By 8 H. Bullock' I>. C \t.1I nl .\'H. on the 27lh I j be possible for the ent "=
(Heal) 81' .1 .\ 1 U. 1023; the Chamber of OomlliotvieiniHNed ' under'order of the coOrt for : popu-- -
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n. nesnlutlun. leuuentliiti the Tation to tajte a ride at one ti: ic.j .
NOTU"Jo} OP A.'r'.U"'T'O'\i F0HNOTirn T.\i eli y c'oniinlsslon to call Mid ,.l-cllon t . evidentiary pbrpOMs.: | -- skins, sun dried are exported to the
.J'M I U"PoU. 1" , I Law makiijp jail sentences for United States. Yucatan just across
I 'vIllill ninl) j Department Bulletin No. 1 1130. issued Tor
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K AS the \11\ M.iniu'i i Summer
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I our
is HKHiinv: oivtev TIKH drunken unto iin\ei .. !
the Florida thUn.iU'd
the I'llv Commission loll'\ .. II IH f''i i by the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture gulf from supplies !
,;Mrs !ola,'y I'P. Urnimon. Adinliilmi.itilxif ( I he 1 U-sf Interest of the rit\ ..r. Kinnlnimi't ]I Lit w making adulteration of liquors Washington, D. C., i is vntit'ed'! "Kiln States with most of its sisal Yacalio.n
ISnIiHn of John K llionson. deceasedlurchnsir '' I
to tinnsfer a. I of Tnx (ertlriento Xoi l',2. ., Drying Handbook. This is a valuable grows
\\HKni3.\S. It tt Ill In in I.K" I\m In I II
17.; lex. wid 14, dated the ( th dnv of I(, sontome otrt'nse. Florida. 'ci.
publication for
fKlxslmniti inter ested
mil n Spi-rlnl riiriton: In the < ii\ i> persons
.l" no, A .1 >. 11121. lias. tiled said rcltKI" . 'i I Law amending fet tilizer; laws.
'. foi r tin' piiip I >m< of .ippn' "\ in the lumber business. It all a '
a'e.. In my ufllci,, mid h.is mad &ppll- Ink nnd intlftlnK.. "i lejiitlm.? tin, .mltiKintfi.i ,1, Law for incorporation of co-operu-' nays It is said that "the average cattleman 'JJJtsbJle"
for del d Issu" In accordtnro thoroughly nir dried wood .
atlon tax to i '
L rangesfrom
nf mil.I I riimlHTifnmr thc marketing asnociatfons. I is about .1,100 miles distant. from
< with law Said ritieat..s'
e. einliraee -
12 18
to moisture
tinIT 'fll:4' 't.i.n S percent content -
: mis
\ th.- following Law further the isaulunce the principal consumers of his product -
.d'V''lhed pVojwjrH | piohibiting
.' HY'lMi: U'TTV'C'lJM.MJ.--l"'\ .: iN: Tint, "IHpicl.ll depending local coiiditiona.,
I f. h'. situated 111 Ortowla Comity. KloWda.r I .10"\1.] ." le held In tin) uutt. of I cf had checks. i upon while the average sheep produceris

I 1o-wlt.No. 152.: SV4 of :NI514 of 'E1* of Seclinn KlHKhniixv. Il.us lila. on th. lllh I da\ of I| Law prohibiting any person from I'1 Horses arc not going out of fash- more than 1,500 miles from his l ,ere l

2. Township 25 South ran... 2* d.I'mJIII"K\uuust X, :II.whetlnl 123.! I fur' I )In tin. linncfiT I'Uipose. oft of I \oting county bond elections who is ion. Prices are higher now for good Kiratest: market. Experience has BrcezesDIosa

Kant' : No. 157. N '4 of SKV4: of M..rtionr HiilI |{ull< h,-nd Funds In tin. stnitriind not A free holder of the county. I I horses in all the leading market thana shown that the cheapest method of / ,
4. Township 25 Kouth. Hunrfc 28 KusNo < I shall) ".. Hppioved, mid .tried currcJt.I Constitutional amendment limitingthe trangportatine this live stock is to \
It is hard to fill orders
: NK of < : > year ago.
) 158 lleic Cor NK 4 run S .
; fso yds. \V. 440 vdn N. 70 \.\a 15:. 3211 l Tin) Kiild r.li.il.,1.. .nliiill, No.7 l,>i> issuance of school bonds by special for drafthorses in the big market! have it slaughtered somewhere en ( REDUCED
held In I Ih- \\11lHiin HiilltlliiK Ht
vds.. N. 590 >'d*. W 110 yd.*. N. 220 >'<'lsC. I'm,'IhiKton, Av'tnur. In, the <"ll\ of KinKlmiiKf tax school districts to 20 per cent route at large markets where the to- (

220 ds.Ranire In Section fi, Township. 21Kouth. i IBCI.olii (V unt\. 1 Floildn The of assessed valuation of district. I. In many parts of the country tho tal number of animals received will )
28 Knst No '
M Intersection of 8 line of Lot 164.2 HeM.and polls shall ojien at Klin' I S ,4'loc3 A. Mmi Amendment to school law abolishing wild game, birds and fish have disappeared permit the preparation of assortmentsof railroad an4hotcI
aol"I fl.i) mid shall !h.> rlnR.-d Run
Jtt of of Fla. Midland H n .y ill I in or different kinds of meat and meat.
Way inn l lm.rn 11 on Mtld dav 1S.. Uratton., John | "flying squadron" and creating part entirely by lesson
Northwesterly along Itt. ofVav 15t :Mil'hntt I i r nnd) I'I.. } atz. ar. herein |, new method for examining teachers. of forest fires. The annual fires often products for the trade. As a resultit I \i..RATES/

'ha Southwesterly\ ilnht" nnue* ;iiolntid| .IH IntiocctoiH. :1n.' Sum 1. i tLnpfci General appropriation bill for ex- set out to burn off the dry grass has developed that the cattleman
with Bald fit ofVay t. S line of l..t "
2, thence along said lltie. of 1>< 17 l I.. . .li, ., l 1M h,*rehappointed 11M'i penses of the state. destroys the soil by burning the humus ships his animals on an average of .... ...
< .t\leii. to "iniiduit said .i.'ction Onlilnlv \ .. ...
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Section. 13. TownshIp ?*t Soutli.' H.IMK \ iuallll| (I nnd l.<>KlHtiiedoters of I Creating one additional justice of without which vegetation will not nearly 700 miles while the packer, "

{8 Eo..t. Ii},i. (Mtv ot, KlMslmme'. then resldliiR I j jIn supreme COUI't.Crrating thrive. The repeated burning: prevents on an average, ships the dressed meat Best Beaches
said land 1 1.' lii ; astenffd nt ti) > Bathing
;! JaT"o ; .. ...dl\ iMtv Vt ho own real estate thereIn I
( Issuance of al I,) <'< rtiflcntes I lihe .,. I four additional circuit the formation of leaf mold and fiom 400 to 500 miles further. Similarly -
I .ind hiipaid their tnYcn fm Ihi'j, i
( name of UNKN< l\\N I'nlexn said l lreitincate >>t due thereon ..h"I1I... .1111(1.,1'!' judges. humus which absorb and retain mois- the sheep producer ships his an- ill FloridaCHAMBEfKCOMMERCt

shall Ini.de.md accordInn.lo 1)1". Tho form of Itallot muhu l .ie..l i| Bill to provide for elimination from ture. Ashes make lye and lain mals nearly 900 miles and the packer -
law. tax de I ,1 will l i..ssu.- IhcK.m I
('IT the Slilh, dn \' of< .J ""'. ,V II 1121J : 8ulintnntiall\\ the rollouinit( pension rolls of deserters and persons wash ashes into the streams ani poison -I ships the dressed meat another

L ,dHRSTUKHT. form 1-FIC1AL H.H.luT :N'i _ who did not serve in the Confederacy the water to the detiiment of fish. Coo; miles.
II II"I J/url/i"ll4mlfu.
Clerk Circuit (Couit Ctll *pIICd1iOILEGION
.srnriL KLK:<"TIOX: FUR vi '/inov1'O who are drawing pensions I I
ff5.&t ""(' ,01.. Count 5. Klotlda I XNI RATIFYIN'3:; ( II!! ItKIKl'T- under special acts. Pel haps it is not possible to find Farmers having troubles with their

> OTI.I.: 45"'-' lPI.ilIlP" ,-vIm T'X 1 ;>00; TIn TItA-I 'I'"F: Ml.) :M,lNKY ,; ;- Hill abolishing 'ollvid lease system out just how the" term "dog days" orinitiated I utHe hould write to the Florida Experiment -

111:1: >>>. 5TR1.KT' IN< )rt'M nri.Kiirvn: n NI I' TlI in counties. i although it is generally believed Station at Gainesville for I

NoTlCK IS linilKliy: ; UIVIIV: That 1 ills dnof \UKlll-l V !I' I'i2fKiFsfniniLe. Bill giving further authority to that the name was given in n'l lnilUtin No. 37. It discusses various IS ACTIVE IN
,. Department over roads
NOB 241- 2r.O( 2.M. 252. 253. 2rr I
2511. 21X. 262 and I'dt. slats il the Cth .1.i \' :Mild. .* n' rio"" mnik < :\ ) h..r"" .. I ihil Hill reducing license on airless of the log) Star ( Sinus, ) with the sun pta te.
c.f Jui... A. II !1121.! : h.IB 111.'d Bald cer- .}ltiKllmi of your thoice.V'Tl cushion tires. at this time of year In this connection American Legion posts in France
I iflcat. a In niofflci nlul. I h MB made application I Bill requiring auto in it is a common belief that dog Eleven species of birds, it is claimed and England are doing remarkable

for with tax IB.W. doed Raid to Issue'rtlllcategembrace In accordance ,'onII _ _ Florida to register every his car with owner days have something to do with making have been exterminated in this work in aiding American former
c< cornp-
For approving and iHilf\lnK ti Intratisfir country in the last half century. Cats
the following: deed Ibed prop- troller and recede certificate of title! mad dogs. Dogs cannot go mid servcicc men, according to Dr. Ca'le-

I" frly situated In Oecoola County. Kloi'- Hlllkhind, of I'und nil to mom the 1 Sin\ ,now't KUII.I In cost bqing $1.00 and same to 'be done under any other condition than that thoughtless boys. and sportsmen.are, ton B. McCullouch, of Indianapolis,
:. Ida. towltCertificate: ---'--- of having been bitten by o dog nl- i no doubt, the main cause of the who has just returned from Europe
No. 248 Lots 2. 2'i. VOTE: FOR ON: K, by July 1, 1923.
> The latter
-- -' ready with the rabies. There slaughter. are being where he represented the national
l.lock Asseased to Unknown AgaInst approving: and notifying Bill providing that auto dealers are
- Certificate No. 2SO Lots 7. 8. Block the tiansfer of all money n\iw In I may buy license tags and put them on many wrong notions about the actions deterred by the law; the boys may be commander of the American Legion at

I'. Assessed to C. K: Barr Bulkhead Fund to the Street Fund. cars for sale with cars and other of mad dogs, their fear of water reformed by the Boy Scouts and Au- a number of conferences in honor of
Certmcate No. 251. Lot IS Block pro-
K. Aasessei) 'toV. A. MeCool TH HOPOnE. NOTICE IS HKKEHVilVKN visions for dealers. frothing at the mouth, etc., with dubon Societies, but what will appealto American soldiers.

_ _ _ _ _ Certificate No. 2IS2 Lot 6. Block ( that i In the there will be a' SpecialElection Lindsey convict inspection bill. i little "truth in them, according to ex the cats So says the American "Many of these former soldiers remained -
17. ...... .sedCertificate to J. M Ear) City of KlKalmmee O" Law perts. It is well that a bit. Eagle of Estero. What's the matter in Europe when the armies
ci loa Count) Florida on the ) lIlt day providing for preference to be person
3. ', Aeed No.to Unknown 253 Lot It Block of Aufcuat.. A. I). 1921. In the manner given Florida architects, material ten by a dog at anytime to take the with' a gun for killing cats came home, some married over there

Certmcate No. 258 Lot 3. Block and In form and .for the purpose mentioned men. etc., in letting state contracts, Pastuer treatment, if possible, if Lumber for in and many of them are in hard
said ship Great
19 'Assessed to Joe Klaer. ReSolution all there is the slightest idea that the building straits," lie said. ."The members of
things being equal.
Hated this 3rd day of July A. D. i
Britain to the of 60
Certificate No. 156. Lot 1. Block comes extent percent
1923, dog has the rabies. The Pasteur the posts although limited in
r KO. Assessed. to Unknown.' Usual state drainage district law. from the United States of which means
S Certificate No. 258.? Lot II, 14. A. 8. GILBERT Law prohibiting the use of sachar- ,treatment is the only known remedy.. southen pine leads with 18 are doing much to help their former
Block tl. Assessed to H. Taylor. S As Mayor-CommliRloncr percent.At comrades. In fact the legion is
Inc
in lieu of for food. I high.
Certificate No. 252. Lot l.> Block. :':,; .. U. W. ,PERSONS. sugar I 'Reckless driving and speeding not thistime.. there. i I.. much. depression ly regarded throughout andspecially
; H. M. KATZ Law for assistance of Europe,
'1. A.ses.dto Unknown. ' "" ." .W, '\ ,< S oyster Indus in .
'road conditions tne'JSngiian ship industry.
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I- Certificate No. 266. Lot 11 13 S Commissioners; I try by replanting oyster bottoms. cause a large .majority e is it held in high esteem by

Block 26. Assessed to Unknown : all of ATTEST: U. H. DOUdHTEN. Law increasing powers and dutiesof of accidents on the public 'hiRh- the officials of the former allied countries. -
Bald lot being In Klsslmmee I'ark. City Malllljf..r.fSEAI. ways, which are fast increasing as the The school authorities in New York .
OF CITY OF KIS!" IMMKR: hotel commissioners.
The said land belna..ell..d at the > traffic ( rows heavier, according to a state have excluded from the public -
( date of the Issuance of said 33ItSTIE Law providing for special school -
ceitlflcates bulletin issued the ..M-hools the histories of the United
Minnesota
In the name shown above Unl I... - by Highway "New-moon" or "full-moon" farming
a* *i tax districts to get benefit of new constitutional
? raid certificates. shal) be redeemed nc- OF IUU.OLl..t'< OKU'l'iHTNKHMHIl amendment Department Sandy .spots awl I Sattes, written by Hart. West. Ward. I is about as old as .n.wmoon: ."
allowing
j < ; an
' rordlnK to law. tax de"d> will Issuethereon bumps are not dangerous when an Ciitteau, Barnes, McLaughlin, Muzzey z nd it is about
on the SOils day of Jul> A. 1J1J83 :Notice In heibv gl"'11 that tin. h.u"lHH increased levy. I!'automobile is and Van Tyne, .because of the - \ as dependable as some
J, I. Ov<.rstreet Clerk ,.roe of Clay & Thomas a <'o-a'I".r.. Law creating November 11th official going at a reasonable proBritish of the promises that pass back and
Circuit Court. isceola County. Kloi\ Idi :,i! ffhlp compoicd of J. It. ('lisy) a in) Mou holiday for school and others. .speed. No road or .street is sjfe Text. practically declaring forth while the "newmoonia" patientsare
I I
(SEAL) Uy S. H. Bullock. U C i lOP I Thonian. has thin dabnen dlHKol\ 'when drivers are blinded by glaring that the revolution of 1776 had no under the "
: J9-5I I I e.1 l by mutual I consent, j. It Clat.ik Law providing for Women's dubs headlights for which there is real cause and abounding generally In "spell.
S I Irttf and American no general
the
- over. assets" of said biiHiniHH Legion to have name
r .I IN rincuiT (' )t'itT FOR. THIS) I 17111 : with tin fxcoptlon. of a few accountsl tax exemptions as fraternal ciders excuse. Racing puts danger into statements reflecting upon the fath- .
t JimiCIAL eC.I'l\ able nnd. the otherwise eis of the Republic.
CIWL'IT OK Tin HTATK! assuming any rsmi nil when safe road.It .
used for fraternal
!.. (K FLORIDA IN ANII Foil O8<"EOLA llatifllil.H ol sot,] buHlneHH ('xisit tluc mi purposes only.
COUNTY. IN ('If.\NCJ<:n Y. IV UK this late Amendments to corporation law. is estimated that the United
ANNIE: lIIcORJ W. IVtHlon for Free Jal..1 tit KlHHlmmef. Flvd.l .l.i. thin I Law eliminating necessity of swearing FLORIDA MASONS WILL BUILD
States will
. I).-"I..r.) ORDER I OP I COURT CHINT1NC1 I.17th .11l )' (if ..IIII11123 I to in consume 13,200,000 golf DORMITORY AT UNIVERSITYA
pleas filed court.
,. balls. in 1923 of
PETITION. This. matter coming J H ('LAY. .which England and
"I before me upon petition of Annie Me7 32-40 MONROE: THOMAS1KK ; Law providing for sending oiigina' Scotland will supply 4000000. Since

Grew and the Report of the Special exhibits to supreme court. the new tariff law effective dormitory to house the 200 m m-
on
, Master heretofore appointed l>) this >ft. IK I\TK'TIO" TO IISMOI.K Law requiring executors and ad. I Sept. tiers of the Order
of De Mol at the
Court and It appearing to the Court <'OIII'OUATIOV .22, 1922 the import of golf balls has y
. that the .said Annie McOrew has. ..ufflclent NOTICE IS! HHREBY GIVEN: That ministiators to make their returns under I increased in face of the higher duty. University of Florida will be built in

f capacity and qualification to the underpinned>> composing all of the penalty of non-compliance. The average value of the balls. imported the near future at Gainesville by the

. tut and
,, 10 the Court property that It and would It be appearing to her i apply Company by', I'etlt a Florida Ion. the Corporation original lot which, will mission Dill to require new depots. and fi. om Scotland 29 rents each.It plans now being{ completed.The .

. lieat interests to be made a free dealer. I I. now 011 Hie In the office of the Clerk putting coastwise running gasoline I I new building will provide
, THEREFORK IT IS CONSIDERED: HY of the Circuit Court of Osceola Count>.. vessels under railroad .commis is estimated that about 30,000 sleeping accomodntions for 100 boys,
. fTHE COURT that the report of the }.Florida to the Judge of the Circuit sion. |{cattle are slaughtered yearly in Yucatan in addition to containing lodge rooms,
Mpeclal Matter herein l
>e and the Cuurt of Inceola ,
same County. o'Io'I.I" at Amendment relative to seivice of and about the number recreation and
11 hereby confirmed and a llcenne In hi. office In Otlando. OrAnge County. same of rooms, dining room
. j hereby granted unto the .sHil! Annie Florida ('mu the 14th day of AUKUnt. A I"oceS8. |I deer are killed yearly by hunters. Of : and will be erected at an estimatedcost

AlcOrew. to take < barge of and massage I>. 1923.: ut'I 111 o'clock I A. M. or a* noon Abolishment of the lash state and the cattle hides, about 4,000 are shipped of $125,000 which will be sub
>ier own estate and pr..prl. and become thereafter BH we may be hraid for an county convict camps. Establishmentof to the United States in a wet scribed by 18,000 Masons in the
, .p a free dealer In every rt-nneot older dlHf4ol\liiK said ""on"'allon state.
na
IIIJNK and oHI'f'HEI' at 01 land... Is 11/'ld..1 i bv law electric chair in place of hanging-- U salted condition and the remainder : 1'am familiar with the plan of the

Florida, thin. 23rd day of July A D I P. TIMMONH! for capital punishment. I I about 26,000 enter into the local leather -! Do Molay committee to construct a Throats aflame with
1923. C. o. ANDREWS!. J. E: <; I .
ilL.IIKHTF Removal of disabilities of
female industry. for
Practically all of the deer dormitory
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:.3- I f'etltloiK rMIKH ''. under twenty-one years of age | ent to the University of Florida" thirst then come the"Thiraties"
NOTKK OK .H..T MKKTIMJ;< OKIn 1L1-i ; & IJAVI8. who marries thereby putting her on sioners to draw their "husbands pension yesterday said Dr. A. A. Murphee

. r? ('IIEDITIIII". .\h tOrflts for I'etltlonel 32-41 same status as a man under the state after death of the husband, thereby 1 President of the State University of and tell you

: J ..State the DUtilrt for the Southern Court of Dlxtilrt I the, T'iiHi.1 oft :'\OTH''': Foil FlAI. I1IS II4IIAR laws. | putting special pensioners on the. Florida" "The lots this committee the good tidings-a cool

Floildit. I In the County Judge's Court of ORceola Law fixing form of ballot for special .same basis as regular pensioners. i has purchased on University Avenueare

.: III Bankruptcy t'"unt\.. flnilda\ In the Manor of Ida tax school district elections. I Constitutional amendment relative' adequate and most desirable. A ing, soothing drink

III the Matter of I I.*. \I'Tann.. deceased Notice of Applica Law for $25,000 additional appro- to levy of inheritance and income tax- I wholesome moral influence generatedat
TMU| Stanley ilolnx business a.* Ntan- tion Foi Discharge: piiation for work on |Ien, providing that the state of Florida such
1 l.-y'* I'haimacy. Bankrupt. Notice In. hereby given that completing cap- a place will help to develop
the
To the Creditor of Paul Stanley do- .iersIgnet UK Exeetttur of tin. IJIK un itol building and improving grounds will not levy such taxes which have high moral character and stimulate

)Cg business a* !Stanley'; Pharmacy of Will and Testament of Ida I 1. ,I'fann as well as hiring landscape gardener ,been appropriated by the federal law the boys to noble purpose. The en-

)HI..lmne.l. In I the County of Onreola .tu c'as-l.' will apply) to the Honorable for all state grounds in Leon county. .to the use of the IMitdd- States government. tire project has our unqualified Orii Ke.CRUSH
fcn< district aor..eald. a bankrupt. 1' I.. ( "m"r. County' JudRiof i 'lsc<'ola 'I ap
Notice I* h. i.by given that on the Count* Fl... Idn on the 14th day of : Law making it unnecessary for i I proval and to me there could be no -
Ulh day of July. A. D 1923. the anti \UKUBI. A. II 1923. for an npproval of widows or husbands of deceased i Constitutional amendment relativeto more praiseworthy undertaking of .-

Paul 8tanle Pharmacy> dolna; business na Stanlegs his final\ aciountH und his dUcharK) a* i, wives to get administration papers special rate of taxation on intangible i my hi'other Masons in Florida than

., ; bankrupt: and that wan the duly nret adjudicated uieetlnK fcnch This Kxt-cxitor 12th day of J.\ n. 1123. to'get; money out of bank or collect 1 i assets, to relieve real' estate and theemriun. "of this De Molay Hall."

t i r of his creditors will ln held) ) at my HENRY M PFANN debt Owing to deceased under 1000. visible property from assuming the I Originating in a boys' club of a dozen -
(flee lit -the new McKlro Building 0-1 Executor: of the I.aat111 and Testament Law creating scholarships from '''entire burden of taxation. members, fostered by Frank S.
)drland. Florida. on the 31 day of of Ida L. I'fann. deceased. each county to Women's Law allowing lodges to 1 issue I
of
one College bonds l.and
c A D. lilt at ten otlock! In the fore 27t Kansas City, Mo., in March
noon. at which time said creditor may and one to University at Gainesville I I for building new lodge buildings. 1919. the organization of DMolay for Thirst also S

, attend prove their claim, appoint' a I KOTIl'H OF .:\"TITl.0: OK In'lT for benefit of one boy and girl in Law repealing: all provisions of law I heR swept over the country, until the ,

truatee.transact examine such other the l l.anXrupt and lit ArrAtH1IE1TTo ;< each county who might be unable to allowing leasing of state convicts. membership has passed the hundred Lemon-Crush LimeCrushWard's
business -
.. properly come before .said .meeting liB may I' Care Robert I Bruns}o'Brother. runll. E.q.. pay their way through college. I I Law reducing expense of appeal to thousand mark, with over 1,000 act
R H Grocery Company Law allowing to supreme court.Amendment ive
fOBB. 4K-65 Race Street Cincinnati l Ohio. judge sentence a j chapters.The .
z l-lt Referee In llankruptryNOTICH And l all other person ilnt. retd: man to life imprisonment for capital I'I to retain title contract Order derives its name from "Cruthes"owe their

TO CREDITORS You. and each of you! are hereby no offense, if entitled to recommendation I law for the protection of securities. Jacques De last military distinctive and delightful
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1. ('..rt .f the Cmmmtr "..... Ox-eoU titled. a that Flynn-HarrU-nullard Company to mercy, where he pleads guilty. I Amendment to cruelty: to children Grand Molal. the Order of flavors to the natural fruit
corporation having Its domlcll .
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. : In ?. State mt PIvrMa. In the State of Delaware. ha. commenced Amendment to replevin law to'corroet law so as to prot.ctChrlstian Scientist Knights Templar and Martyr of
To all.re Creditor Katate of Legatee: Thomas. Dlatrlbutee N. Clark. an action by attachment In the defects. i ? and others who believe in divine Freemasonry, who was burned at the oils of orange*, lemons and

). and all Peraone havlnir Claim. or* ty Circuit Florida.Court and In and sued for,Oceola coun Law saving $100,000 a year to stats I''I healing. stake In Paris,' France in 1314. It is 1"co.'TotbeuJsavsbeen.dded' >

,.. y.Demand... and each acalnat of you.said are Estate hereby: .ment ralnit Robert F. out Bruno an, and attach has ..by serving juries by 'registered mail take Law requiring non-residents' to designated to carry .the boy, through .. 'pur* can.'sugar,
no- ,
where out
t lined and required caused said writ of attachment to be practicable. automobile license in Flori the "impressionable" froiasl-
.claims and demand to which present you.any or levied upon certain land, the property Law making it possible to, enforce I da. after staying in state for 80 days. teen to twentjn-one age, citrus fruit juices, U.S.

t t. ,either of you. may hare against the e*. of ola Robert county F.Florida.Bruns.. Ituated to DO....- specific performance of -contract on Law Repealing previous law allowing gram making for good, providing cltUenshipT a pro certified food color,.fruit
*1 tat. of Thomas N., Clark recover the
deceased late urnof hft.en service by pnblieavtio leasing of state 'convicts.
Thoneand add
I .of Dollar and carbonated
S p a...o.elaCouDtY..JI'1orld.. ..."" C.ra| B.-. Clark. or Mid un-I I 1tU.OOo.OA lamac-e.a.n you. and. all Law allow. widows of -special pen- .. I3.00.00 aiate appropriation: for There was y'o.mg fellow named .. .water. I IS

Jat., within tw..7.&r. from the date I i persons Interested. are required to'ap- .. prosecution of ,HIgginbotham, case.- Slink. .
.hereof.-. f; j .1 pear to. aaJd ctloq on >the let dayQf COCA.
f h lo< 666 etjre Malaria Chills Leesburg Commercial WJo .s'not addicted to OLABO17UNG it
DstS4JidyIbWI.oadI. X lljl. pbr.: 121. H. I* ANDERHO.V '-', $ and ? drink.
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.4 Xl.*lmmce,; Klorlda. -.-- ExecutriX: I Fever,. Dengue/'or Biliou Advertising fa of,no 'more' Importance On booie that was jjunk,. KissImai/ .. florida < :
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C 'r. .,, )>/;! ... .10st., Fever. to a merchant \han'.gasoline Is He put the whole ,1)
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VALLEY. GAZETTE.\ FRIDAY,' JULY 27, 1923 j'. THREE


AMERICAN LEGION- state organization" was accorded the JERSEY CALF WILL D'E.GttV 1 PROBLEMS. OF. FARM WOMENBE I I"UtffcLE JACK" WRITES, -} ---- ,
plan The
.f department led in the
NOTES subscriptions as well as other posts EN .AS ATTENDANCE PRIZE STUDIED FARMERS'\ WEEKTo IMPRESSIONS FROM A.ASKA

0 Many individuals offered scholarships, The county represented by the biggest help the woman who cooks and I AnchorageAlaska.. .
Hospitallzatlon for world war veteran among of these the being Joe Sparks, chairman delegation of farmers and farm tends and sews, is the aim of hone July 2, 1923. e
in Pennsylvania :will be Advanced tee legion's national commit women at Farmers' and Fruit ,Grow- demonstration workers in charge of Dear Folks:
'on rehabilitation, and Congressman era' Week to be held at the University the being for Well 10:30
considerably, as a result of James program ,prepared women it Is p. m. and I am
recent decision of the Veterans' Bureau be Byrnes. Subscriptions will of Florida August 6-11 is to be at the Farmers and Fruit Grow. writing.without a light.'You' know, it
to construct a hospital at Aspin- of the continued state. through the legion. posts given a purebred Jersey bull calf. ers' Week at the University. of Flor never gets dark here in the- summer
wall in the opinion of American. Leg. : This announcement has Just been ida, August 6-11. and it seems strange to me to go to .
ion leaders. Forty conventions within made public by John W Scott, animal According to Miss Lucy Belle Settle bed during daylight.' We have twenty v
Members of the veterans organra! 'I tion will be a feature'of the a fifth conven-an. industrialist, who has charge Jtf: the ,'who has immediate 'charge of the I hours of sunlight, which makes things ; ;
Lion in the Keyatone State recently nual convention of the American Leg livestock= program and :whose, department arrangements for women, "such sub grow so fast and four hour's twilight. f' : .
ff.it a formal petition to ''President Ion in San Francisco, next fall. Divis offers the calf. jects as home management. and thrift, I i i The days are getting shorter now. and :
Harding:, urging that facilities be ar lonal conclaves and regimental reunions Professor Scott says that the pur- and clothing'and milliner}'" will,be in winter,j they use lots of light.' I Ir?* ::c ._
rar.gedto care for the men affectedby and meetings of the and pose of this proposition is a dual one; included" in this woman's program.. |I jam stuck on this country, and Just 0 _
the breaking of hospitalization Eight, American Legion Forty Auxiliary, first, to stimulate a spirit of rivalry -Speaking of the work to be given love to drink this Ice.cold water, It is America's annual .record -
centers in and near Philadelphia. The .and numerous service societies' will be among farmers of the various_ oun- in nutrition, Miss Settle said, "This :much coldec: thah your Ice water. It of fire loss
petition related that despite the great i held during the legion gatherings.A ties, and second, to place just that subject will be presented from a phy- (' seems to be warmer here than it was averages'
furnished much more blood among the sician's point of view and help will be I
number of men by the state pure j around Juneau. When I get up at
during the war, not one hospital had I program of track events which dairy herds of the state. given first hand on this very Impor- about 8 o'clock, it feels as though I 104 Hospitals
Lean projected in that commonwealth will include such nationally known The announcement addedtha; because tant problem." 'I was In Florida. The sun rises now
since Congress! began to care for disabled stars as Joie Ray, Charles Brooking, of its nearness to the university Discussions and demonstrations will 'at 2 a. m., and by the time I get up, it totallydestroyed
soldiers. Eric Wilson, Leonard Paulu and campus Alachua County is bar- be given 'on sanitation and the makingof has been up six hours. It makes a
State Commander W. B. Healy of "Deac" Walters is being formed for red from anticipation in this attendance fancy Florida- products. Prominent long sweep of the-heavens, and the Public: interest Demands: 'that
the legion, voiced a strong protest the state convention of the Iowa department -' contest. men and women from this and other moon gets o\-er'head, but only makesa such valuable institutions! should
the closing of institutions of the American Legion to From advance reports it seems that states will contribute to make!; this short sweep far to the' south. be insured
were the men of the state had been be held in Mason City, August 15 to attendance of both men and womenat program a particular success. Home j I I The scenery here is grand and it is against lose by Are.
receiving treatment and care. He argued 17. A golf tournament, baseball tournament the 1923 farmers' week will exceed economics work will begin early Tues- ,, worth while to come and see. I struck It is also essential that only
/ that this action on the part of and boxing carnival also are anything of its kind in the history day morning and continue till Friday it: just right, it being clear sunshine the best insurance-sure' Insurance -.
tJ1) Veterans' Bureau meant that the scheduled for the Iowa gathering.Of of the institution, those in charge noon. 'tall the way, but now it is hazy from should be purchased. Ask
patients must be sent to far-off hospitals said. At least, arrangements- being Board and lodging can be had by smoke. The forests have been burp us about a Hartford Policy.
away from .family and friends, the American Legion organization -- made for a record ,.attendance.Boarand : farmers and their families for a dol- ing nearthe foot hills and one can
a -!:,rbblem that has recently caused sixteen states, two 'territorial lodging may be secured in lar a day on the University campus, hardly see the mountains at times. Insurance Facts
frne concern to Veterans' Bureau of- possessions, and six foreign countries tho university dormitories and mess or just off the campus and in Gainesville i,;They are about fifteen miles to the
fic.alHe claimed that many!} men of have exceeded the quota set for legion hall for a dollar a day, or in boarding at reasonable rates. Advance i-O. .:east of us and disappear in a south- Tfcr. ore .. secrets. about th*'
contributions ......... of .iIL'.o'' .........
th( Keystone;: state are walking the to the American Legion houses and hotels just off the campus ports indicate' many :farm familiesare ern direction. There is some snow I.
Overseas Graves Endowment Fund. and town at reasonable rates. to make this '( ,_"'JI..I...
lit! aisuffering from tuberculosis, up planning their vaca- on them j hut !it will soon be gone, for
Lt' ..u ,e hospital facilities are not The fund now totals $126,262.35, the Great efforts are being made that tion week. I'a short time.Anchorage Call this
av...Uble and that a large number of goal being $200,000, which will insure nothing\. shall clog the machinery of I lies on a high plateau on agency
cla ni-' of these men now pend beforeth annual decoration in perpetuity of the. the farmers' big 'week of the year "BE. CAREFUL WHAT YOU S\Y" I which runs inland for about fifty 1 --:-- 'i1
bureau for consideration graves of American worldwar dead i land I prevent the carrying out of the By Rev .J, A Sutton miles and is dell in clay farm land. '
in, Ily after the project of the 'on foreign shores. Pennsylvania and'|''I complete program of "business and To the west is Cook's Inlet and beyond ;;
I') ,sylvanta legion men reached Ohio, each state having sent in nearly I frolic." Many farmers! from all parts "If wisdom's ways you wisely seek, I,are hills and towards the south, one CARSON FARMER .
V\ >..M Kton, Director Frank T. Hines $10,000, lead with Massachusetts New of the state repot t that they are bringing Five things observe with care- can see the coast range, all white
Vctoians Bureau went to that York, Illinois, New Jersey, Minnesota, I !! their families with the intention Of whom you speak, to whom you looming way up into the sky. They )I I "The Insurance Man" !
Wisconsin, Iowa and Indiana following of making the occasion the vacation
surveyed the needs, and arlnd speak are seventy-five miles away. Mount |
i that he would recommend im- in the order named. week of the family. And how, and when, and where, ," McKinley can be seen on'a clear day. I I r. ...IN.Over .
>' construction of a $1,000,000 If you have nothing else to do It' is one hundred and seventyfivemiles ItotiermoM'a llritK Store
i it' on the Aspinwall cite, which PRESIDENT THE OBREGON LEGION AIDS I RADIO AND 1VORLDENLIGHTENMENT) But talk of others' sinI away. I saw it the first two I :Th: area/a.r Klr.lrrte, Fla.
IN MEXICO"
\ are for 250) patients. Senators i iI. beg of you, for the| sake of truth, days I was! here, but it will have to I
I U and Pepper acrompniVied! Mr.i President Obregon of Mexico has I "Since Gutciiburjj:; devised his rude At your own home begin. rain to put out the fire hefoie one can ('
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i the trip as did many Amer- i issued a decree which permits the :wooden I type !Mocks and made printing! i; get a good view of it from here. Of I LEGION TO COUNTERACT LIBEL
../Cion/ lenders : American Lotion in that country to :: possible nearly five centuries ago, I Who ever judged a fellow-man I I IHeforo course, there may not be any fires I I
-- I I Import, duty free, two hundred l 'tone9to thorp has been no single invention so he's fairly tried farther up to hinder one from seeing Falsehoods and defamatory! statl.I -
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fight to bring white men and mark the grave of American dead, I closely touching human interest!'! and TlU- carnal law of criminal ,: it. there are lots of tourists coming!! I ments made against the, American
illiterates of South Carolina: including those who were killed in the human welfare. as radio thp latest I This ifcKuanl: '\ doth betide! in and! going north, some go down the I I I i Legion will be counteracted by
,t .,!her level of education hal been I war with ]Mexico\ according to information .'miracle I of the ageny: s James G.Ilarhord :Men may have faults! and who| have Yukon, others jro up and come out by 1 I suits for libel against the per- I
i .ateriully)] by the American Le- I received nt legion I national president of the Radio Corporation not.' way of White' Horse and Skagway and sons involved, 'national officials
'n the establishment!'! of more :j I headquarters, in Inditnnpolis'flnm; of America I Andll11enh:1\'{' they none ? Juneau.: i I of the legion have stated, following
rc ,rty 1 scholarships in the' "oppor-i,iJ. L. Gill, of Tampico, coma antler, o fj "It' nic'ssacrps art flashed' OM>V !land j YetDII (may, hive, fur>! aught I know, ', '' I want to jj-o up to Fait bank, the the conviction of Arthur Lorenz, a former -
school of the slate \which are j I I II the legion in Mexico. real'I "er with tilt spend, of Ugh! ; the | A <:o/in to their one.Th . end of the (iiivernmcnt; rail ro-H. That Rcininn-langungt newspaper editor -
I fur tho aid of such .:..oin. I'' i is when. base of Chicago, on a charge of criminal -
jie President Obregon! !; hn: ex'erde.l; : \ l nil''- uremy i mhmnrinc': cannot cut cables' of tl-py play 1',11lit/ m'd- :
it'prcsiniutive, '* of tie stnt" 'lous couitesie- to legion incmbern\ inI the wm-le-s, the winter !stoi'.ns. cannot |i -; i I 1m sure, a ot'ttel'8)'- night: in n week or >.n. It is three hundred lihel. Such utterances all those
[iMipnt of pilucnt'on( ; nppvnied l bo- :,I Mexico, nccor.linij, to rational heivl weight it downvitli I...11'1'or siimmn 'jol"'II find I it works quite well; amt fifty-thr, miles" qn there, ''of Lorenz B"rnin'.t the veterans" or-
'"V.: iti-, to the recc lit .tatn con- 'goart'rs' official-.. II- ha* 1'1,1 suns exiiand! it to slackness.\ 1's' po Mali- sine(/ you've overcome \'OUI' own.Thu where one can see tini idnignt' sun I'afizntion: v.ill \be vigorously proseiuted -
.f f the legion held in (;Iieei-1' .many d'It'g'"tion'i m' IvKionn.iiro- tl'ntilifjneIud..... utility and recie-J j I i hip, you'll never toll; i i 'I: In- trip nil the way i is \ery intcrr according; to legion lenders who
,'" ('? the! opernti'-nn of.the Lan the presidential pnl.-uo: and has faiil- I'ation; ; it haims the ear with the-i' For tirtlrn': of the fnulr of m n .tniR:, just lil.i': n pnn"mo'a. After expect to use the result of thin trial
i Hrnkins: ""pl'o"1' UI'II school l lxplained. < i ,Mated thp work of the. \:tcrnns' OIj(* '' -himf music, it saves life and I Is slit' !' :n I I.'in-not ruro-- coming out in the open q'a. one cun n, a bases: for any future ouita.
> Tho pruble u of il- ization for the iflu-f of former 'an'I' !propel, tv on stonily seas, it annihi- A hnbit} common nowadays see the const rnnge ti the north, all Lorenz: utterel the libel which tIle
is serious. in the I'.ilmetto I The world. will gladly white tried in issue of his
iiie men stranded in that country. I lalO" distance and l peiwtintos. tide npuip. ajfiiinut the blue ky al/d) they was a
... there. are"( :!!!i(10( ( s 's wh > i'i cottage! : of the farinoi a1enxilv 11M its I ore a long way off.Well, the boat was ,, publication in December, 1921. In .
linable, ,, to read or wrap: and a I If I President; Harding viill; picscnt the I does the. mansion of the millionaire. So you \\ ho'claim to be so good a little uneasy, but there was nothing', his statement, lip alleged that the
others who have received) hlucation. '' international traveling beausant to It is the romance and the inspiration Don't 'lander friend or foe rough; only n good swell. Kven that American Legion was composedof
members of the the Hollywood, California of the world's splendid prime." Just pause and think the harm you do gave me sea legs, and I could feel the "bums vagabonds, and tramps."
\\ is proposed to the legion men Commnnderv, Knights Templar I To tho-e you little know. I'motion of the boat after I had beenon This followed efforts of Missouri
\1'(1 l at the convention, that on behalf of his home Comman- Mount Vernon, Cassia, and Slvjnron The saying: "Chickens roost at home," land four days. Hope the trp:: ,legion men to secure. tho removal of
< pj.t" of state establish a scholarship dory Marion No Dii, during lii-i pre.- Masonic lodges: of Baltimore, made a Though old, is ever known, ,back will be in clear weather. A blow a police commissioner!: from office' in
Without awaiting action/ on the ent trip to the west. While at Hollywood pilgrimage recently to Alexandria, I IVa So let the faults of others go . from the south generally makes !It'' Saint Louis, for what they considered.
pn "f the local po..tSt the delegates the President will be the /guestof ., to honor the memory of George Till you have none of your own. rough. i his i un-American activities.
*i. -i-ibe-J, I to forty scnolarships im- the Grand Cummandery of California Washington, who was Master! of the i They have many gardens here and I!', The- article wes translated by Captain
n--' i'ey! and support of the entire at luncheon. Masonic lodge there. I Remember vows we all have made raise fine potatoes! and nearly all kinds ;i I James C. Russell, formerly in the ,

____ To the Savior, who can see, | of vegetables. Have radishes, turnips I{military intelligence army, and the at'
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-n - -- And hear him say: "Whate'er you do and beets now. Strawberries ;i i rest i of Lorenz, was sought by'Illinois
To Mine, you have done to Me." will come in about three weeks.. They legion officials./ The- editor went to
And, knowing that at judgment day grow tall like small bushes and don't I/Minnesota and for a long period
et By His standard we'll be tried. ;lay flat on the ground. Will go berry fought extradition Illinois, but was ....
e Let us pray for grace to guard our picking in "the woods soon. :Mosquitoes 'returned for trial. Tho jury return-
5 lips are bad here. Well, I am getting 1'ed a verdict of guilt against Lorenzin
Se Lest'our entrance be denied. to look brown from the sun up here.I twenty four minutes. The. defense ,
-' feel fine and my cork leg hardly used but one witness'on the stand, a s
RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATHOF .
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.' ever bothers' me here.; Well, I will linguist*who sought to show a mild
.,., : v- ,', \ .....-- / \ I, r THOMAS 1- N.."CLARK. , I I',, .' close with best wishes to you all Interpretton! of the ,libelous article,
,, '','.'\. '." "' .,. '' 'j,!> ; "'. ', Whereas'the Almighty Father. in I Yours truly, National Judge Advocnte Robert A.
',."fi1SYtRt;0 "I.t\; (,!1i", h\1 f! "'k'\" ,- , . .'r ',:t 11' t"j"; .."I I' _' . rani'i! '!; ; .'.'.,,(,..wij' (His infinite wisdom and goodness bas i E. II. EGGERSGLUESSP. Adams of the legion assisted Special
seen fit to call from labor to refreshment _. S. Wild roses and other flowersare Prosecutor Murphy: in the case, aa did
our respected Companion, plentiful here. I' will send you a Harry A. Newby:) ,judge" advocate'for
I A Citrus Marketing Machine planned Thomas N. Clark, to join in that celestial {five and a four leaf clover for luck. I the legion in Illinois
abode from which no traveler I i Murphy told tho ,jury in his final
ever returns, and ('GRAPEFRUIT SIIIPPING SEASON plea for conviction that the statement

Conditions from i Whereas the time our of deceased his being Companion initiated I,I LATER THAN IN MOST YEARS imputed honor of Lorenz 600,000 men"cast of a the cloud American on the

i ; to conform with Florida as an Entered Apprentice to his Exaltation -I I Shipments of (grapefruit and oranges i i Legion." He said that a verdict of
+ quilt\ would teach Ioreni to respectlAmerican >
: as a Royal Arch Mason, has by the Florida Citrus Exchangewill (
been a true and faithful Mason! a probably continue this year well |(', ideals and patriots and It
i i member of society and a patriotic citizen into August, according to George A. '.j I would be a warning to others to avoid
In organizing; and building up the Florida Citrus Exchange, we, Scott, general sales manager of the la I stain on the flag the nation reveres;

p III the growers who compose it, have been determined to develop a sales Therefore, Be It Resolved by Kis- Exchange."Due He was newly arrived in this coun-
simmee Chapter No 10, R. A. M. that to the unusual growing con-
try and was none tea familiar withthe
i machine capable of handling to advantage all the grapefruit and while bowing to the Divine Decree, ditions of last year, there has been an use of the telephone. So he took
t 7 oranges:! we produce. we tender to the widow of our departed exceptional" large quantity of late down the receiver and demanded:
M1 : Companion our sincere sympathy fruit, he says. "The Florida ship- "Aye vant to talk to vife."
I i vVe have recognized fully that our profits depend upon the advantage and tenderest love. ping season usually closes about the Central's voice came: back my sweetly,
Resolved Further, that we feel thatin I first of July, but because of this situation "Number, "
I to which we sell the bulk of our production-we have real- the departure of our Companion, actual shipments will be made' "Oh," he please.replied, perfectly willing(

' ized that we cannot make money just by selling a small part of our the Masonic Fraternity has suffered for at least a month longer. to help out, "she bane my second vunExchange ."
a great loss, and the world at large, "There is reported to be considerable - .
output at high prices. a good upright citizen. fruit still left in a few localitiesof
Resolved Further" that a copy of the state, though compared with
Also we have kept in mind the large proportion of goldens and these resolutions be mailed to the the entire crop, the percentage is exceedingly -
widow of our deceased Companion, a small. Some of the fruit,
russets, aj compared with brights and fancy fruit, in the grapefruit '
copy be spread upon the minutes of because of Its poor carrying condi- Suffer
and orange crop of Florida-a proportion not likely to be materially: our Chapter, and a copy handed to tion and the lack of interest on the from sunburn? .
the local paper for publication. part of buyers towards ordinary > ..
changed in the early future. Respectfully, stock, may not be shipped." The
J. NATHAN BRYANF. Florida Citrus Exchange shipped MENTHOLATUM
I Consequently, we have builded our sales department to give equal M. MORTON.J. about forty cars of fruit the past

efficiency in handling citrus fruits of all grades. So well have we L. ALDRIDGEThe week, the bulk of which was grape- cc oIs and heals. ; .

succeeded that now i ij is unnecessary to sell any one grade for less Classified Columns of The fruit.

than the fruit is worth in order to get fine prices on another grade. Gazette give splendid service.e Subscribe For the Valley Gazette


We could and would do much better for ourselves if we did not -

fruit in competition with the lower prices almost We" MNNY 1 wEAq YOU >lt| (M6A6 O TO J
have to offer our HOME Ae [N.AOGD rD A 4.7 1 N MAAOICDI- .
constantly offered by non-cooperative and speculative marketing YOUNe Mitf./aNAlaat -

agencies And-you, who sell through. them, would make more money. SWJ:
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vately-owned marketing concern are allied with your interests. When teutnY

you sell through any of the speculative or non-cooperative agencies r

you 'lose money for yourself and for, every other Florida grower. ..e tata+o P t ,f i iA

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t FOUR ). KIS&IMME8 VALLEY GAZETTE.., FRIDAY, JULY 27. ,,1923KlSSMMEE ..



VALLEY GAZETTE .0000)0' 'a' '0'000. o *,'O' .; 'O'.JI'0' PROGRAM OP SPECIAL. COW PUNCHERS BEAT -


0'. TIlE WATCHER INTEREST TO TRUCKER EUSTIS YESTERDAY

BUBLTSHED BT 0' .. I I .

,TUB, KISSIMMISHJ' EVERY VALLEY1 FRIDAY':GAZETTE; : 4. 4 + +4. .3.C' 6 + 4+ + +e + +c.+ Week After Next At Gainesville Is Combs Young pitched a Mighty Good WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS

KIBSlMMBg.' !: FLORIDA. 1 1E. L L'Say.. .It with flowers" is ,&apretty'slogan i ,Specially A:2iped.For: Tie Small Game And Holmes Prathor! Did The : .

W. B. HARRIS ...u..,.,.:..,.rrnllt."nt ; crisp; catchy" and tender;'.ands ,Grower. But Covers All Problems ':, .Catching: .For A, 2 to 0 Jjctory -. .... ., ,....

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a. VANS; AQNIC\V: .Sertai'y
ALLISON 'J.'. TRENCH.Editor. reputed to have brought riches to .
the' florist who originated it, but it Problems that have// Worried the Com s Young and Holmes Prather ...
,, .1JIJ'cni..ioJl! IIATKS grower of vegetables and truck crops were.the battery for the Cow Punchers
': ,On. Copy One Veftr..?...__..._.11.00! won't always work. F'instanee when in Florida are going: to be laid on the yesterday afternoon. They were
VI OnCopy, SiC Mo'nthn_ ..,_ 4.00
One_Copy Three Month*.-.....?__.. ..BOEntered you" want to tell your neighbor, "why table and examined by. the growers also the batters. Kissimm.ce only got: not
'. in thunder don't you bring toy ra- with the assistance of experts durinFarmers' two Kits and they got 'em Prather Money everything. But it is something.And .
( at the postoffleo at. KI. lm. and Fruit Growers' the bat if he
Weekat behind showed was
as
back" can't It up it
wants
Tnoe Florida a. second-clans matter., ) mower you say properly everybody including women. Ifyouwart
the University of Florida, August accustomed to playing the position every -
with flowers. Then when '
All communication except from authorised again, ;6-11, according to an announcement morning before breakfast and to make a woman
correspondents, mu.t be sign you meet a road hog and he roars by by.the committee in charge. Young pit hed mighty good ball. happy, money is
ed by the writer. I
Rejected matter will bo returned It you in the middle of the highway and I Among the problertis! might be It was a tight game: and a good one not to be overlooked. Put your savings in this

called for. crowds you off the pike the ,things mentioned marketing, seedbed treatment to watch, barring; a few squabbleswith

you want to say to him can't be told 1 root-knot control, insects and the umpire, up to the eighth in bank. The money you save up will never be

]I A.lv i.'ffini 'effpMetlve; ,1 1f I'I'I with) flowers; absolutely not! A diseases and their control, shippin ning. No errors had been made on
against
I *< ri-M ION brick is much better! i I and storage. The program has been either side until then. Eustis let pi of you.Merchants.

a. arranged for the! particular idea in four errors in the eighth and Prather

FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1923 I HASH mind of serving the small farmer and Crum scored the only rfdns of the i

look of trucker and grower, rather than the game. Eustis got six hits.
Did plate
ever a
ANOTHER "NEXT GOVERNOR" hash wTien you it was hot upon and consider its man who tills many acres. 'However, Leo Wilson 'made-a nice stop of a I

? It not be much (, the program is wide enough to covert bouncer in left field in the lxth, and
possibilities
VISITS KISSIMMEE may he problems of all. shot it Lee who
to McClean at third
to look at but its appeal as soothing -
,
i as the balm _of Gilead. It looks i Reports officials in charge say. indicate laid i it on a .Eustis. runner who Ilad and Farmers Bank

Judging by the "next govcraors"whmh good, smells good, tastes good and is record attendance this year. visions of third and then a score. '

ye visited Kissimmee in the good. If variety is the spice of life I It is believed that because of the Next Thursday, the Cow Punchers ,

;, Tast few months, Florida is due to then it is just about the spiciest thing growing: importance of trucking in fro to Eustis for a return game. Thefollowing OF KISSIMMEE"A
this state there will be
an unusually Thursday they to HainesCitx.
: that ever happened. When properly. go
have another good chief execut.lve.John large number of truckers
present. and the after
, I treated and entertained in a perfect Thursday<< that
W.ellborn Martin, the Jack- ly healthy stomach it will stick to Board and lodging may be securedby Eustis comes here for. another.. HOME
Bonvtile repeater in the mayor's office those in attendance for a dollar a I -
the ribs and be a blessing to the kind INSTITUTION"I
is the latest gubernatorial candi- hearted person who eats it. day on the campus, each persons fur- Due to the fall in the value of the
nishing his or her bed linens and mark, cash registers are now useless
The dictionary that the Watcher
date to drop in on us. He was here
1 gets his inspiration from gives seven towels, .or at reasonable rates just off in Germany.
it few hours Monday afternoon, and the campus 'and' up town.
definitions of hash and even then does '
everybody we've talked to about him not exhaust the subject. It's pretty Many farmers are writing that The Chicago Motor Club has a

had a good word to say for him. hard to do that anyway. It is an en- they expect to make of this occasion fleet of motorcycle riders who pick up -
the family vacation week. Interesting broken glass 'on the streets when they
igma to the learned and a dog-goned -
I If His ready wit and pleasing person- puzzle to everybody else. programs of fun, frolic and entertainment receive a call. ooOtOoooooooooo'ooooooooooooo'oooooooooo"Otoooo.
probably much to do with .
ality hat are being prepared.
Once there was a man with mild I
his steadily increasing vote the three and pleasant eyes who brought homean The truckers'. program in full fol- Steam heating in England is scarcely L_ RIGHT GLASSES-NOWi
fows: known. Even in the large hotels
II
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he-
tImes was elected mayor of Jacksonville piff-hteen nound turkev which was _
Thursday August 9 a guest wanting heat, lights his own .
the chief source of rejoicement at his I : "
the last time carrying every Christmas dinner and Jiis family call- 8:30: a, m.-Nematodes and Their fire and pays the management: from / Will preserve your eyesightfor the future

f:, city ward, while his profile/ indicates ed him blessed. His children played Control-J. R. Watson. 50 cents to $1 for the privilege. We fit correctly

. that he isn't in the habit of "laying tag with the giblets and ate stuffing 9:15: a. m.-Disease Control of A I_. you attractively, satisfactorily

down" on a job. until they couldn't close their eye Truck Crops-G. F. Weber. Dont forget; to guard your own Phone today for an appointment

in his properly and all went as a 10:00 a. Discussion. health. Many diseases start from _
there merry
If
| anything a name
middle cognomen should help him in marriage bell. The next day they 10:50 a. m.=Address. causes that might be prevented or removed W. E. SANDERSON CO. j jI
2:00 Insect Control in easily.
, had warmed over turkey and he, p. m.- Truck
his aspirations,' for he is a native of praised his wife for her economy. Crops-J. R. Watson. I I H
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3:00 Wife-"Do you know that you haveIl1't OOOOCOHOUO
",t Florida. Day after day they had cold turkey p. m.-Spraying Equipmentfor -

for dinner and he said nothing, and Truck Crops-Ed L. Ayers. kissed me for six weeks?" --- -- .
" SOAK 'EM SOAK 'EM I SOAK 'EM the day following that they had turkey 8::00 p. m.-Entertainment. Prof. (who was absent-minded- -- -- ---- -.
"Good heavens, who have I been kissing list and receiving
hash! That was too much. The Friday. August 10 catalogsend name
t then?"-Wisconsin Octopus. nnd address for our Interesting and
Commercial
, (Leesburg ) mild eyed man rebelled and told his 8:30 a. m.-Sweet Potato CultureA. Instructive new Fall catalog. KIU

,', I At the Florida Development Board affectionate wife that he didn't believe - C. Brown. I If we could read the secret history gore Kvu Co. Plant City Florida.

,' meeting in Orlando last week the let- in evolution backwards, and 9:15 a. m.Ol"'jlanizationof Truck of our enemies, we should find in each M-tt
f' ter Richard editor would she please see to it that that Growers-L. M. Rhodes. I man's and FOR SAL.E
written by Edmonds | life, sorrow, suffering, -Strawberry plants. Jo"..
jI""- of the Manufacturers Record, was blooming old gobbler was never invited 9:45 a. m.-Loss of Vegetables in II enough to disarm all hostility.-LangI : slonary and Klondykes; any quanti
to his table any more ? I ty growing on new land from fresh
one of the most interesting features.Mr. Transit-O. F. Burger. fellow.
plants
; ready
Perhaps in some moment of unusu- July 1st If Interested,
Edmonds, whose wife was criti- 10:15 a. m.-Marketing VegetablesL. write J. M. Truby Starke, Florida.
cally ill, was unable to be present cl exhilaration you have given an or- M. Rhodes. Sidestepping Mrs. Grundy 21-lIts

but he sent the letter which put par- der for hash and the gentle waitress 10:50 a. m.-Address. I' "Why do you go on the balcony FOR

\ ticular emphasis upon the moral obligation looked surprised" and says, "What is 2:00 p. Demonstrations. when I sing? Don't you like to hear Foods!' RAI.F.-IO-room store. For nent-FllIlnll'hotel and dry
. your order sir? You tell her again 8:00 Entertainment. me?" FOR SALE lion and sta
resting upon the railroads entering : p. tore. See J. McPhatter.l .
"hash mam, hash! Then she kick "It isn't that. I want the neighborsto
and serving Florida, which obligation Saturday August 11 -tfff
is being shirked in a very open a little door that swings both 8:30 a. m.-Tomato and Eggplant see that I'm not beating my wife." SrLENIJIf> CHICKEN farm of 12
'I flagrant manner. ways, goes into another room and Dist'ases-W. B. Tisdale. acres with several bearing orange FOR 8AI..K sixteen lots. highest ..le.
presently returns with the delicious Necessary Evil trees. pretty lawn and high dry -land. vation In town by survey; close In.
Mr. Caples, first vice president of creation all hot. It 9:15 a. m.-Lettuce Culture and "So desire to become son- building. not much value. hut oxcrllent halt of Item on paved street with
steaming lays you my sldewslks
Lettuce '760. Favorableterms and
Prospects-B. F. Whitner. property. sewerage; covered
the Seaboard was given the floor and "
upon your plate smoking like a tiny 10:00 in-law ? If desired. with large bearing orange and
a. Problems.
\ it was hoped that he would say something volcano and all around is an atmosphere m.-Storage "No, I don't. But if I marry your 7 ACRES iplendld land less. than a grapefruit trees. Kasy terms. A. T.

: germane to the subject matter of mystery. Whence came it? I daughter, sir, I don't see very well uarter of a mile from city limit. on "Morrison City. ltf--4t

contained in the letter but he did not. Of what is it composed? Its mottois + G .. + + + +. + + + + +. how I can get: out of it." county Non-resident road. owner.ready for|7EO.the plow. FOR BALE-Banana plants lady finger

Tie talked all around It. lie said that epluribus unum. There are some -Chamber of Commerce 5 ROOM cottage lights and city water; variety 15 cents ...ach.Y'. D. Ilsrrls.

the "unfortunate domestic situat'on"! vegetables yes, but what kind! .....:'V' Her-I wonder why there is so large corner lot. 91160. Terms. UK
Notes
probably was the reason for Mr. Edmonds Some meat-certainly, but how many J much electricity in my hair? 1 .MJTOMOHILK!: TO TRADE on small -
writing that letter and declared Him Because it is attached tract of land will pay difference. FOR 8ALEMod..rnroBm bungalow
to
and where the dickens did they ,et 0' U J. BURROWS. Secretary a EXTRA FINE property In Kansas and furnished; bath room I
;
garage city
;
that Mr. War-field was particularly it? 0 the mystery, deep, dark, im +-C-. .+ + .. ... . .. .+. dry cell.-Tiger. Ueorgla to exchange for Jo'ioridaprop..rty. lots; II bearing cltrun tree Inquire
interested in Florida and .
Sea
promoting for
us particulars W.
penetrable! The world may some day J. Steed or Box 61. Saint
,
that Florida gets the lion's share of Prof (in class)-Order! Order! IH ACRES fine land and Kood build- Cloud. It-IOtx
find out is
the attention of the industrial depart- why. a guinea hen, and Following are the names of mem Jim Winfield (Just awakening) Inge In- town for sale cheap. Best
what brand of
safety razor King Tut- of reasons for selling. Corns deal FOR 8AL.R Fresh
ment.' That all. He and the bers as they the roster Glass of milk and a piece of pie.- Jersey cow. secondralf.
was ankhamen used, but they will never I appear on land with the owner heifer gentle and In fine con
Coast Line man both bragged a great solve all the mysteries hash. only a small portion of which net?delinquent -I Florida Alligator.The FINE 100' ACRE farm, best land In dition. Prlfc reasonable Phone 15..'

,deal about what new equipment they in their payment of dues: Florida I miles from town "2.110'. J. N. Parker It-lfff
I value of, the peanut'crop' in SKW, : UH for bargains In any kind of
have bought and all the railroads have p:i.1 WISE. SOLONS Acorn Print Shop Kiss. Auto Col 1922 is 'estimated at $$29,222,000 by Florida properly and Investments. FOR RAI.R-Solid block of flre. lot. Is
'bought and 'Mr. Caples said something I NKI.BO HHAL.TY cOMPAFYFOR ; South Klsilmmee. to feet h
br
Alderman D. W. ex>
Kribbs A Steed the United States department of
: that remains in our memory in The county commissioners of Osceda : ag 10.** fe..t. Bargain tot cash. Apply
a very clear and distinct recollection.. are entitled to a gold medal and Angas, 'R. M. Lupfer &: Prather riculture. "In 1921 the value was estimated SALE-Nlc. new bungalow six Valley Qatette. I/ (ftPOR
He said 'blue: ribbon for having demonstratedmore Aultman, S. B. Lupfer, S. L., JSr. at 33090.000 and in 1920 at rooms, screened back porch and pan
"The railroads have
: no Bailey, A. W. Lupfer, J. E. $44,256,000.Most try. All modern hot and cold wat BALI!: Kor "..n Furnished
troubles still have common sense in the reconstruction Rooms and No
now; they problems C. L. er. One good cow new cow barn. Trespass Cards. It
but no troubles." of a piece of its dilapidated high- Bandy, Mattie Lupfer, Sam 14;, Jr homeseekers their shareof and wood. Lot of nice flowers cents each at Th. Gazette office.
than has ever characterized the Bandy, Makinson. W. B. earn Price $14000 with flOOO down and :
way
Neither of these gentlemen: said a acts of board Barber Wm. I. Makinson, II. N. the family income even thoughthe one. two, and three years for the '
word about reducing the excruciating! any or any road contractors Bass & Bronnon May, H. R. money is brought in by the men balance with 1500 every six months; FOR SALE-Fine residence property.
in Florida or other State. Apply at the Office of The Vallejr
8
any Interest
percent on deferred
folks.
ly rates pay-
unjust freight SOUTH OF Bass Hudson
McPhatter, J. Qasette. Klsslmmee.
Their plan is unique, original ments. If you are Interested see UH f.ff
JACKSONVILLE. The old game of tical and economical.A prac- Best, G. W.Rohnnnon McKay, Donald G. Woodall I Iii Main street.
Soak 'em, Soak 'em. Soak 'em is R. B. Merchants & The best color combinations for a FOR 8AL.E- 00 acres good pasture
plenty good enough for the people of stretch of road through a swamp Boice H. W. Farmers : room will have the floor dark, the FOR SAI.H OH THAOKJ land near St. Cloud. For quick sale
,
BankMontgomery taco
Florida-the people Mr. Warfield is being: rebuilt and in place of inconveniencing Brinson. Dr. H. J. E. walls lighter, and the ceiling lightestof Wauchula.per acre.Florida.Writes. Wllllnins..-tf.
loves the public by a long impassable all. 92 ACRE Grain and Stock )Farm, Ia'ntcd -
well. Both told about
so the new FJryan. F. C., Co. Neid, Chas. ,
In Orant "
detour road County Indlnna 1 4 SECOND
a temporary plank ----- HAN 0001>8. bought mid
refrigerator cars built especially for bcd consisting of inch boards nailed Bryan Nathan Nelson, A. S. Engineering Prot.-What is mineral mil, H from lnt.*rurt nn. grain elevator and repaired TH* Casino. 44-tf
Florida products-and the net!: day Bryarly, L. S. Nelson, W. J. wool ? and store 6 milts from Marion -- .-
st one end on stringers: the: planks a city of 25.000 population 3-4 mile
there to light the latest ;
came "Soak'em" Buckelf, C. Nelson, C. H. I
resting on a smooth surface and Andy Simmons-Mineral wool is from grammar school. WANTED.
move of higher rates for the placed alongside of the original! road Bullock, S. H. Osceola Hardware the shearings from a hydraulic ram S6 acr.H of tillable land ...
use of this new line of cars and an Cadel, J. S. Overstreet, J. L. -Florida 6 acrep In wood. WANTEIi Young ladles and girl
increased haul rate wrapped up in the thereby avoiding inconvenience to tot, Chapman. S. R. Persons, Geo. W. Alligator.If 2 Fruit Orchards, al.o large grape nr- tot,tIoi'a for Kchool trim Rates 15.0
public? at a cost that is .simply infin- bor. per week Free umv"t i piano.
impossible three-hoop demand. More itesimal. Clay & Thomas Piano, H. C. your cattle are diseased, write to B Hoom Stucco Houiie with collnr "Hou., lie..per." core Vullry GII..' ''.

Soak 'em! (County commissioners and road Dayspn, G. R. Pledger & Davis the Agricultural Extension Division, Very large Hank Burn and l Cattle Uiiin, 3 2-2t1

We cannot get up a great deal Of tractors of other counties con- Dennin!!". Dr. R. J.Prentis. James C. Gainesville, Florida, and ask for a Hi-viTal 1 Poultry Houses.Oranary IF YtUdoiiy kind
are respectfully and Tool Hheds. of farming In
I Indignation about charging twenty or inyited to inspect the modus! Dixie! Electric Co. Ray, Dr. J. A.Do.ghten copy of Bulletin 37. It's free. 12 building. In all. Florida you should read The Farmer

thirty cents for half a grapefruit on operandi! of the Osceola ct mmissioners B. B. Redditt, J. II. All kinds of Farming Implement Including and HIorklimn, which deals with citrus
a dining car. We have our own opinIon > Evans, Mr. M. A.Reidel, Robt. She-I wonder why the poor man Hinder Corn I' ,lint.-" Mower and truck farming live stock
about the effect this has the and thereby save a suffering pub- farmer.. Carson Reed, A. S. jumped in the river. almost new. Farm Wagon and nil poultry.. and dairying. Hrn' for freeRIJII.
upon lic all kinds
of profanity during the necessary tools fur farmln | copy or 25 cents for three
!! ; HKO
people who eat on dining cars and rainy season.-Tampa Tribune. farmer, L. R. Rivers, Dr. T. M. lie-I think there is a woman at Farm Harness.T months. Yearly subscription. II 00I;
that opinion does not coincide with ennell, E. A. Roberson, J. Z. the bottom of it.-Tiger. alf,i Include with the Corm : three years f 2 00. Published twice I

those..expressed. bv Mr. Edmonds_and THE BUSY TEN-DOLLAR BILL Fleming, Hurbert Rogers, Lee The good farmer has a keen desireto 4 I (hand Jooi Hones Milk Cow I a
ine Tampa Tribune Hut this thing Floyd, R. S. Rosen, A. make his soil fertile each I Heifer Calf Jnrksonvllle Florida. iZ-tfe
of feeding us taffy with one hand Mr. Brown keeps boarding; house. French, A. T. Schmidt Brothers more- 22 IIpn.'h''''nh''- -
:end extracting extortionate freight Around his table sat. his wife, Mrs. Funk, C. H. Schmidt. J. C. year. I a-li'1::;; Hows; FOUND

rates with the other splits our spleen Brown; the village milliner, Mrs. An- Gardner, G. P. Sin 1tRry. Geo. NOTICK nf APFLICATIOIV. 26 Will Acres give of Iminedlnte good corn FOUND-On ---

wide open. drews; Mr. Black, the baker: Mr. Jordan ledge, L. II. Smith, Albina In the County JIJ''"?"'. Court. Oaceola I Ken Bon for Sale. My pns tfme>esnlon.l*,
The railroads admit in Florida that a carpenter, and Mr. Hadley, a Geiger, Dr. H. S. Snyder, R A. County, State of Florida. In Ite. KntRta with my official duties hero and I'' etc. Owner ran have lame by calling -
is the flour feed and lumber merchant.Mr. Gilbert, A. S. Snyder, Mrs. Pearl of Annie Vera Tuck'r. a Minor: am unable tn Hive the farm the attention at Oasette office and paying. for
ours cream of their business Notice Is. It .
should have.I
hereby given to all whomIt this notice.
and north they Jbrag about it. Yet, Brown took ten dollars out of Gilbert, F. S. Stanford, H. C. may concern, that I. Mary Ann Fer-' am going to Indiana the first, of next -_ 83-ltff-

instead of giving us a share of the his pocket and handed it to Mrs. Graystone Hotel Stanley, Paul tic aji Guardian of Annie Vera Tucker week-so If Interested call or write MISCELLANEOUS!
freight reductions Brown with the remark that there Griffin, C. W. Stanley Mrs. Paul a minor will on the 27th. day of AUK- to my office In the Court House. .
they soak us for u.t, A. D. 1821. apply to the HonorableT. JUDOB T. I COMER
Hall IF
was ten dollars toward the twenty B. M. Steed, Mrs. WillaHammack. YOU do any kind of farming In
at the .
more very time they are issu- L. Comer Judge of the County Klsslmmee' Florida. Florida
dollars he had promised her. Guy Stevens. E. 1 you should read The Farmer
i_g expensive pamphlet telline how ./ Judtre't Court In' Klcslmmee In said and Stockman
they have, by their able efficient 1'I I Mrs. Brown handed the bill to Mrs. Han ell, Eddie Story, 1.. V. County at Ten O'clock A. M.. or a. FOR SALE-An attractive home; furnl..h..d. and truck which farming deals, live with stock.citrus .
and .economlcal very Andrews, the milliner saying, "That lankins, W. E. Taw. Oliver P. soon thereafter as the matter can be 121 Verona. corner Vernon. poultry and dairying. Bend for free
management, heard for authority to sell at near court house.
manag- private Sl-4tx
ed to. reduce freight rates the ,pays for my new bonnet. ierzberg, Fred Taylor, G. M. 'ale the Interest of Annie Verfc sample copy or 2& cents for three1'

whole country while not over reducing I: Mrs. Andrews in turn hands it to Johnston' & Garrett Thomas, A. E. Tucker, a minor. In the following de- FOH SALE-1600 concrete blocks R. three months.:years Yearly, 11.00.subscription Published, II twice.90s

wages hardly at alL And they send Mr. Jordan, remarking that it would Thompson- J. W. scribed wit real estate In said County. to- I J. RollnT. 83-ltc a month. Address. The Farmer and

these pamphlets to Florida newspapers -; pay for the carpenter work he had Johnston, Jas. M. Tress; L. ... HF1V.: of NFHi of Section IK. TownShip SEEDS-If not already on our mailing Stockman No. 10 Newnan Street.
done for her. Johnston II. Tucker Jacksonville. Florida. ll-tf
and expect free articles W. J. Wade Twenty Nine (18)n
while on the laudatory Mr. Jordan handed it to Mr: Had- Jordan, C. C. Wenner & Sawyer Bouth. Range Thirty Three (IS) Cast "
very next shipmentof ley Kanner A. wettstein the said lands lying and being In Os.
his
paper they soak the publisher.We requesting receipted bill for O., Jr. ceola County Florida.
lumber. Kats Brothers
Wells, Roy :so Which application'will be based
have upon
baiter. never been a corporation Mr. Hadley gave the bill back to Xl... Ice & PowerWIHson, J. M. the Petition for .ale now on file In

'We have editorially taken the Mr. Brown, saying "That pays ten Co. Wilson, Leo U. said Court. I
part of the railroads when it was.'dollars on my board bill." Kiss. Valley Ga- Wynn J. W. Hated this 28th day of July A. D.

most unpopular insist so to do. Nor would I I Mr. Brown again passed it to Mrs. zette. Yowell, C. E. 11-tt im. MART ANN FERTIC.Guardian. J.R.CLAY
we now .
upon repeatedly mak- Brown
remarking that he had
now
ing public protest were it not for the paid her the twenty dollars he The Chamber of Commerce Roster NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX
:fact that unjust discrimination of a ,ised prom- shows that there are 120 members, DKKD.
most specific nature does exist without her. She in tarn paid Mr. Black )6) percent of which are in good stand- NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. That
to settle
H. IInv .ttempt or even promise of her board and pastry ac Ing. Our membership should )lie Increased A. B. McLean. purchaser of Tax Certl- Garage and Machine
amelioration count. Mr. Black handed it to Mr. to 200 members ficate Nos. 111. IK and 148 dated the ShopSUCCESSOR
.1 i Hadley asking credit for account on I as there la ird day of June A. D. 1(11, has filed
'The whole people of peninsular his flour bilL, enough available timber on the outside said certificates In my office and ha.
to run our membership to the made application for tax deed to ufsue
Florida
need to | up
organize for I
justice Mr. Hadley again returned it to Mr. 200 mark. 1 .In accordance with law. Bald certlndcates
to themselves and only by so ,doing Brown, with the remark that it now embrace the following described TO CLAY A THOMAS

will they be able to escape the rail- settled the balance :for that month' Stage Manager-"My dear, I wjsh property situated In Osceola County.
Toad yoke Florida to-wit:
they
board.
aye wearing.Practical Automobile
r, you would wear m different: gown in All Block. 40. 47 and 4s and Lots 1. Accessories
-., discussions Mr. Brown put.the bill back In hi. the second act." .. I and Lots 7 to II Inclusive. according ,
: on vital sub pocket,. observing that he had knot Rita to th. Plat of Runnymede.
Jeeta :will compose the poultryjro.gramof lUvenyelp-"But that is thE The said land being assessed a) the B teries Tires '
Farmers' week at the Unlr- supposed greenback, would go.' to latest style, and; I 'paid two hundred date of Issuance of said certificates .
'ersity of ".: far. ? ollars fSr It." In the name of II Dlsston Estate.: Up- ___ __ .
Florida, August 6-11. The But; Buppos Mr, ,,:Ilgown had, sent Stage'Mapaa-erh! "That be less said certificates snail b. redeemed ,

_ _ 4 Ja ideathose'to: improve preparing the the program'1'to;a mail ,order j: hew. for herd new tru; but..wtlenyour husband may : hereon according: to the law 14th, tax deed of will Issue f .
returns-'from. this }rbonnet ..then J says on day August A. : BEARINGS FIi'N.EARLY'ALLMAKES; PF' CARS
r ( the .
$10 would have 'Woman. D. 1(11.
J.
business\ _and; to insure jts, riermanei, |I out of town' gone 7011 are hiding,) something I IA OVER8TREBT, ., li" ", .i
: .and Cleric S
.4jr' .#. . never' come: back. from mel the audience can't figure I Circuit Court. r ,\
Lake Worth Osceola County Florida. ,
J. Leader. out ,what he'means.": -Sound OfL't'.4 *$-"_ ,By P. H. Builock. D. C

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VALLEY GAZETTE; FRIDAY. ". JULY 2T*, :IMS ..FIVJEHappenings .

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Mr.'asd Mrs. G. W.. McGowan and
w Miss Pherigo went to Tampa Monday .
I ' ,1 or shopping and pleasure combined., (

/ Some new Sport Hats being shown -
from New,York at Miss Bandy' shop.
al Just the thing for between Seasons. *

Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosen and daughter : : It,\
... Eleanor, will leave tomorrow for MORE
.'. =_u__ __= UUhUHU----: : : an automobile trip into the North
,.. Carolina mountains.
Cafe. "' tf. 600400000 A444040+ 4 _
at Dupont's
.
Eat ) peas-
., lr: and Mrs.i Ht H..Shrlgley
W. Wintertown is spending ed The Gasette yesterday afternoon
WEATHER
Mrs; ., REPORT *
month) in Tampa. :' with a nine.'and! a half pound bus
they had caught iiK Shingle creek ,.
McCAULEYS 4Ofdclal Bulletin of daily tem. 0
Boys 75c caps 60c. perature and precipitations furnished 0 After a visit of several months

A new line of collars at Mr*. Wood- > by the Kissimmee Cooperative with her daughter Mrs. V. W. Edwards : _
beck's Hat Shop. .* 4 U. Weather Bureau Mrs. Ben J. Faulkner has returned s
Station, for the week ending to her home in Nashville, Ten. DAYS t
Miss Theta Phay has returned to Thursday, July 26: 4 nessee. .
Kissimmee after a visit to Davenportwith ? --i *
Miss Joanna Hitchcock. 4Date. Max. Min. Prep. Mrs. E. D. Katz is back again in
; 4 Friday July 20____94 78 .00 0 Kissimmee after her serious illness in
Auto For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- 0 Saturday, -July 21.93 72 .77 the Orlando.hospital. Her many _
mell, Phone 41. 26-tf 4 'Sunday,July 22____94 72 trace friends'are rejoiced to know that she .
Monday,. July 23..S3 is ,
73 .05 rapidly convalescing
Miss Elizabeth Moseley who has 4 Tuesday, July 2493 69 2.08.
been visiting in New York has re Wedn'day, July 25...91 70 .13 0 O. G. Shaver, county superintendent C. W. PERSONS COMPANYt
turned( to her home in Kissimmee. Thursday. July 26-.90 75 .68 of schools of DeSoto county was
in Klssimmee Readings are made at 6:00 p. > in Kissimmee Tuesday Visiting his
Only Brazilian Bats m. for the preceding: twenty-four' cousin, Professor D. B. Shaver en
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-at The Night Owl Graystone hours. route to Jacksonville to the confer- :
Hotel, August 8. 4ALLISON T. FRENCH. 4 ence of county superintendents.About .

Miss Anne Squires who has been 4- Co-operative Observer. thirty-five members of the JULY CLEARANCE SALE I
visiting friends and relatives in Georgia 444444444. 44+. .04'0 Christian Endeavor Society of: the
expected home about the first
is
church ire attended
i Furnished Flat for rent. W. B. Christian KJissimnvee *
of the month. ilanl.. Gazette pffice. 14-tf a joint meeting with the Chris- .
racks of Douglas tion Endeavorers of the Christian; :
special
See
and Floreshelm our Oxfords. $2.98 ,andS3.98 Miss Virginia Tiller, who has been church in Orlando last Sunday' at Or-
McCAULEYS spending a few months/in Colorado lando.
: at /
has returned to 1Uss mmee.
Dr. J. A. Sutton went to Clermont I County Superintendent of Schools We have had of the best sales had. Now
Tuesday: to deliver an address at thebraking 1923 felts at The Hat Shop.. Mrs. I Clarence E. Yowell left Kissimmee one we ever' .
J. D. Woodbeck. Jacksonville to attend
of ground for the new Baptist conference Tuesday for of superintendentscalled a have three and
Church house. county we only days left-Saturday Monday
Miss Queenie Harvey of Lakeland, by State Superintendent Caw- ,

Hat) All Shop.summer Mrs.hats J. D.half Woodbeck.price at the* !, lie was Allen the week at her end home guest on Brack of Mrs.street.Cal-' i il'l I thorn.under discussion It in understood relates to the new matter laws Tuesday. In going thru we<<: find we have several, odd

l'l Mrs. Thomas N. passed by the legislature and theirinterpretations. lots of that determined
Clark left Kissim dear
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Johnston left Kis- I goods we are to out. .,.
mee Tuesday for a two months' north-
snnmee, Tuesday night, for Jackson-
''ern trip The spacious! home ih the pecan
v jibe and Washington' D. C., for a
ten days' business trip.ee I New York Life Insurance Co., Sam just grove been on Emmett refinished and throughout Dillingham the has In-
L.
Lupfer local 14tfr
= King Tut's Harem!!! The Night representative. terior. The large screened porches,
"'I. Graystone: August 3. Miss Lillian Hansen entered the sun parlors, and other rooms have
I Kissimmee School of Commerce Monday been artistically decorated by II. D. SPECIAL SATURDAY
for the full course in the stenographic Hunter. It is understood that MisH FREE! FREE!,
: department. Ethel Ridenour, owner of the .frove. 8:30 A. ft
i - I. n attending Sargent's school. I Don't miss the excellent programat Kansas City.
The Night Owl, Friday, August 3. When we open our doors at 8:30 o'clock Saturday morning: we will give to ,
haves 15c; haircuts, 3f&c; children Tickets Mr. and Mrs. -J. L. Overstreet, Mr.
:2.V;! ; at Casino Barber Shop. 20ti'frt. I fifty cents. and Mrs. J. H. Maroney, Rev. and the first fifty grown people entering the store a_free package. Real mer- .'
Mrs. Elizabeth left Monday Miss Ellanore Over-
Carol Floyd, of Orlando, is for an extended Floyd visit to on Sarasota M/s.street Norton Miss Johnny Bronson, Miss chandise, all of them and in the lot will be twenty pairs shoes formerly sold

\ '.une: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. where she .will be the guest of Irene Ingrain Mrs. Mae Swain, Mrs. "
.1 H. Squires, at their home in Kis- Mrs. C. E. Maus. Lane Paulk, Mrs. C. E. Hilton, and for $5.00. And there are other things just as good. No children included.

r-mee this week. Mrs. Joe Keene, attended the meeting -
-- Star brand shoes arc better. Solid of the District Sunday School at
.ots of Midway Attractions at The
leather well put together. Reasonable evening. The
Lake Wales on Monday
Night Owl at ten cents; each. Gray-
..t.'ne Hotel, August 3. I prices at McCAULEYS. noon party, left returning at five at o'clock eleven in o'clock the after-In Sc Voile----Special Monday, 9 A. M., July 30

Dr. J. A. Holt of Arcadia, stoppedin .
served at the
the evening. Supper was s
Mr. and Mrs Ellis F. Davis droveto Kissimmee
Jacksonville for the week end. They his way to Arcadia to greet after old friends attendingthe on church or 20c VOILE FOR 5c PER YARD. LIMIT 5 YARDS TO CUSTOMER.
were accompanied home by Mrs. Da-
v -' sister Mrs.. B. C. Jack. Baptist Assembly at DeLand. !NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE (NO CHILDREN UNDER 12 INCLUDED)

Anyone wishing a new fall hat will DRIVERSYou
Ask for information on the New
find some very pretty ones at Mrs.Woodbeck'a .
York I Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- I are hereby notified to keep
fer. 14-tfc Hat Shop. your muffler cutouts closed while Children's Sox, 2 Pairs..25c LOT No. 1 .
I within the corporate city limits) of the f:,
J. F. Walter who( i is making furnIture -
Mrs G. N. Combs and small daugh- from local woods in his factoryat City of Kissimmee.B. I One lot '
'So.- Genuine
Men's
Army
t. -, Janelle, of Oxford are spending his residence on Bermuda avenue, DOUGHTEN . . . . lOc ;
HO
Y M'
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Two pairs Holeproof or HummingBird MEET NEXT TUESDAYThe
lave' your fortune told at The Silk Hose will wear as long as Here is a Good ,One: Ladies Knit'Unio'n'Suits

3.Night Owl. Graystone Hotel August* I three pairs of ordinary hose of same Ladies' Aid Society of the for ... . . . ..:; .39c Lot No. 2
price.. McCAULEY. First Presbyterian church wit: meet .
Mr. J. Men's Elk Skin Shoes In this lot
of
home :
next Tuesday at the I
Thelma Woodall ,left Sundayfor
Miss Mr. and Mrs. W -Strickland, of W. Miller. The meeting will be in the Children's 50c Union Suits to close
Lake Wales where she will spend Homestead who have been visiting are 15 pairs and the regular priceis
a portion of her vacation with her Dr. Sutton in Kissimmee for ten days Interest of the. building fund. out at .: ..' . . ... . : 4..15c $3.25 but i in this sale for
sister, Mrs. C. C. Davis, of that city. left Monday by automobile for ORLANDO MATRESS FACTORY \ .,' yours

Jacksonville. HERE IS A CHANCE FOR . . ; . ; . . . . (. .$1.98. "
The leading life insurance company I Will take of mattress troubles -
-- care your
of :h, world New York Life. See Clarence Griffin, of New Smyrna Pillows Pads, cushions; Box- I THE LADIESWe (Not l\lonkey'Skin=But Elk Skin) "
San Lupfer agent. 14-tfc I was in Kissimmee yesterday on his springs, etc. 600 West South St. ,I
home from Henderson-vide, N. C., Phone 804. **
eonard Williams and Geo. T. Sig- way Orlando Fla. have five pieces plain 75c Voile
where, his family is spending the sum *
Cloth'Pants sizes;
leleft Thursday night for the east ;'mer. ROSEN CLOSES FISHBUSINESS left to close out at 49c. Colors: Boys' Beach ,

cost to spend a few days camping FOR SEASONThe lavender brown tan. 7 to 17, pair . . . . . . . .89c '-
an i fishing near Mosquito Inlet. The best investment you can makeis gray, navy, ....
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a New York Life Policy. Better
law declaring closed season -
< > 'I."l. at i the the other Graystone ones Hotel at The, Friday Night, I than a savings account. See 14-tfc Sam for new fishing, due to go into effect We have 15 Bathing Suits to close Boys' Genuine Palm Beach Pants, : I'

A ,;-ust 3, at 8 p. m. Lupfer. sixty days after the adjournment of out. per pair . . . . . . . . . ,$1.98
will be operative Aug-
the
!| Mr. and Mrs. G. McGowan, who legislature
'.Ir. and Mrs. John McPhatter, Mrs. have been visiting Mrs. McGowan's I ust first. A. Rosen made his last
Rr..tton. I. I.1.. Maroney, and Clarence Mr. and Mrs John L. Pheri- fishing trip of the season Wednesday
I parents,
F.:'. motored to Auburndale last week i it i it. Igo I for several weeks, returned to and closed down his business until LOT No. 3---SHOES
t t. attend the Methodist Conference their home in Washington, D. C. this the first of October.
there. week. lIe has recently ,been accompanying $5.00 LEATHER SHOES. . $1.98
und
I I his crews on some of their trips
The best investment you can make Judge Comer expects to go to Indiana the first ones he found rather stren
LADIES' TAN OXFORDS WITH LOW RUBBER HEELS.
25 PAIRS
ifa.. New York Life Policy. Better next week to look after his uous. He came back Crow the first .
than a savings account. See Sam I I farming interests there. He is advertising one, a few weeks ago, with an excel- GUARANTEED SOLID LEATHER. TO CLEAR QUICK. . . .$1.98
Lupfer. 14-tfc I I his 92 acre farm there in lent sun burn. lie said the exerciseand I
"' 'this issue, to try and trade it for Florida out door life made him feel years i,

at )>.Stanley's R. Bailey Pharmacy registered pharmacist for some 'I I property.A younger bit. though it stiffened him up Remember that Tuesday is the last day of this Bargain Giving Clearance Sale,

m nth! past has accepted a similar fish for every worm at The u and that Saturday and Monday will be big days for shoppers seeking real
position; with the Central Pharmacy at Night Owl; and Bathing Beauties !NOTICE OF TEACIIEnS'EXAlUNATION
Sanford. from other countries! bargains. You won't be disappointed-so COME!

Music, scenery, f.ames. and eats- A large delegation from the First The State Uniform Examination for
at The Night Owl fifty Baptist church in Kissimmee went to all grades of Teachers' Certificateswill I
CUTS Midway attractions ten cents. Orlando yesterday afternoon- attend be held in the High School Building -
the meeting of the Wekiwa Federation , Kissimmee Florida beginning at
Florida Sanitarium and Hospital,
of B. Y. P. U's. at the North 16, 1923.
Orlando, Florida. Medical Surgical 8:30 a. m., Thursday, August
Park Baptist church. All desiring to take the exam-
Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. annual Baptist Assembly, persons the
The to
ination are requested notify
Equipment morn; rest, diet phyai- PERSONS
Unexcelled in which was held at the Stetson Univ- county superintendent in ample timeso .r
the ological Southeast.therapeutics. 24-tf ersity grounds in Deland last week they may be furnished the neces- : 1
was visited by a number of membersof sary blanks to be filled out prior to
Irs. John Winebrenner came to the Kissimmee B. Y. P. U., includ- the examination. Persons desiring to =
Kissimmee last Friday night to attend ing Misses Clara Ploetz Ruth Herz- take the examination in other than r
the joint Odd Fellow and Rebecca berg, Leah Herzberg. Mr. and Mrs. their home county must first receive
installation, and visited her daughter. Sam Lupfer, Jr., and Hobart Amos, permission from the State Superindent. -
Mrs. C. N. Phillips. Harold Wilson, and Alfred Wilson. Blanks for this purpose will be The ]Dollar Limit Store
furnished by the county superintendent. -
Applicants for exemptions on
valid certificates they now hold should BROADWAY : KISSIMMEE:
send them in to this office prior to,
the ovamlnation. All applicants for,
NEILAN ;-y; certificate, before being eligiblefor {

MARSHALL examination shall present to the 1
county superintendent written en- -- ,
-IN."TheStranger's-- dorsement of good moral character WOODYARD MOVED .
signed by two :responsible persons,
and shall pay the following fee: For have from
moved woodyard
I my
Banquet" Third Grade, $1.00; for Second Grade, 516 Brack street, to 121 Main street Rubber "j
$1.60; for First Grade, Primary Special where I' am still prepared to furnishmy Stamps >
and Professional $2.00. Questions blocks "
customers with 120 veneer ... \
will be
on any given subject 15-inch, delivered for $3.15; 12-inch

A SUPERB PHOTOPLAY I > opened inees, and in no the person presence will of be the admittedwho exam blocks guaranteed$2.95.full Split strand for; stove-wood 15-inch for, We_ are prepared f to take orders for ..any_ 'k1Ilid.-V '.f\ 4

For
30-31 further'Is not Information present at that write time.to the winter's$' 36; 12-inch' for now.$3.16.All Get delivered.Phone your. of Rubber Stamps, Dates or Pads

Monday and Tuesday, July county superintendent or call at his 91 sUPTly- In. 12-tf 'Iv' '\
office. C. YOWELL, "I

, .,' ,PRICES. 20c AND.35c 83-St I County Superintendent. Dr. It. B. yon KleinSmid,-president Kissimmee 'Valley Gait,:,
; ( can'' enjoy' the country of Soathem'CaJif-
NH Such only of the' University "
> = :< I,wile ,are' capable of thinking when rnla U active member of th..Seot. '/ KISSIMMEE; .,. ,
THEATRE an
=: CASINO, ':they',aTe\prepared for solicitude, and :-""'. ..... /' '...... ; : ;
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.' . FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL.

5"J \ j J Pertaining To Churches.T .IAGRICUL'rURAL POINTERS"Il' ]I REVIEW e1SANITAAYDA1AYCo' ;

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Healthy conditions in bvslness'promote :
Rubber Stamps METHODIST CHURCH J steady payroll and widespread
Norton ;LEO 11. WILSON. COUNTY! AdlCNT prosperity. Going industries bring in N!

) Rev* W. Pastor The strawberry planting season.isnow outside capital to benefit the commun.

near at )hand. From reports ity and state. Encouragement of in*
kind 7:00 a. HI.-Union Sunrise Prayer Medici)
t We, are preparedto take orders for any Meeting in Bungalow. obtained and weather conditions indicating dustrial development results in''' general

of Rubber Stamps Dates or Pads 9:45: a. m.-Sunday schooL J.. L. a heavy loss of plants around expansion, activity and progress. MILK & ICE CREAM prove
.' ; Overstreet, superintendent.-' Plant City, and other strawberry centers Eustis-Plow factory interest considering let

) 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by the pas- pf the state the growers in Os- location in this ,city. .
tor. Regular Church Conference at ceola county should take advantageof Wabasso -. Grapefruit 'grower ion The I IU

Kissimmee Valley Gazette .close of morning service. this condition, and put in larlreracreages Merritts\ Island nets $7,000 from 8 a
flown'alone
7:00 p. meniorLeague devotional to berries than were planted acres this season.r ,, '
,
i I., KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA service last season. Tis true, the"'price. ,Fort Meyars-New Knights of Py- .(ie dlclild

r' .N 800; p. .-Union Services ,at were off last season, and that is one thlia temple going up rapidly. ol
: Christian Church good reason for planting again this; Miami Beach-Throe story hotel M e rd froirhlch '

8:00: p. m.--Wednesday.. Prayer year, for many growers will l>e out costing $30,000 to be erected this sea a In 1 1
1Jr Meeting. of the berry game and will leave a aches i

better margin for profit this year. son.Frostproof) -New two-story citrus varietyrouble

I He Is Looking 'Em[ Over Again SANFORD COOLER WILL FOR HAVE VEGETABLES. PRE- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Another plant strawberries finereason this why season we should"is the town.packing plant being' erected, fifth in ATTENTION Iful renfleeted .

Rev. J. A. Sutton D. D., Pastor. fact that grower' have shad : FATHERS title*.
The Florida: Vegetable Corporation, many Bonifay-New cotton gin being I
leaser
Pu \ "Eight years of stomach and liver Sanford's largest co-operative association 9:45 a. m.-Sunday-- School. Car-, experience from last season, and know erected. Jalotal?

11 trouble reduced me to a walking of growers from the standpoint son Farmer, superintendent. Classes exactly how to make every move Tallahassee)) Iron works recently |water,-
skeleton. My skin was dried up and of acreage represented, an- for all count. The- Osceola Growers Inc. wi1 destroyed now being rebuilt. nl.ht'kre tug,
as yellow as a twenty-dollar gold 'nounce the awarding of a contract to 11:00 ages.m.-SermOn by the be in position to lower the refrigerator Lake City-Hotel Blanche and Hotel Sanitary Dairy milk i Ia ( fe(

y piece. I was filled with gas and had Cornell, Mathews and Kohler, for the 6:4G-i: a.; mp.-B. Y. P. Ui Devotional pastor. charge down to probably five Lake in progress of construction. the milk for your folks. limrlfleiIwhat (

. severe pains in my right side. I could construction of a precooling plant to Im etinlr.- cents per quart, a saving of two centson Monticello-Pecan growing in this It will benefit your baby. Cabot}:
not think and had lost all ambition to I every quart to start with. section is profitable..
cost a't
medicine did $60,000.The 8:00: p. m.-Pastor will preach Your wife and children raise
do anything. Doctor's plant will be located at Cocoa -Modern apartment house for U
new Christian Church.
Union Services at
cousin advised Stable and barn yard manures will will like it and it will
not touch me. My I Brisson's siding which is easily accessible Subject: "The Fruits of True Friendship being erected. be entsrurgt
j Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, which to the growers operating on ." give fine results as a starter and a Grovcland I-New $5,000 theater and good for you.
[prlcn a
snatched me from the grave. I. have I'I both the east and west sides. The 8:00: m.-Wednesday: Prayer feeder throughout the winter for your I other buildings being erected at this IthorouAdT.
1 gained sixty pounds, eat like a hired ''plant' will be equipped with sprinkler p. strawberry plants. Save every poundof 'point I < .)

.,: : man and am looking 'em over again." ''immersion system of.the latest type, meeting.Free seats and a welcome to manure produced on the farm, Mount Dora-Court house building ITARYDAIRY(9.( ,
It is a simple, .harmless preparation broadcast on the land, and plow in at
M' j( which according to authorities on this1subject strangers as well as those who belong under way. New brick structure being
:1 that removes the -catarrhal! mucus 11[ is the most efficient system here. least thirty days before making( up built on Fourth avenue. 'f

from the intestinal tract and allays I( yet devised and, when running to ca -- your beds. If you are in position to Suwanee-Extensive fig growing to 1"'ljour9/I llIJ1tllt" ( Bbfi
.:".. the inflammation which causes practically pacity will be able to pre-cool fifteen PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH buy manures, do so by all means and bo Undertaken, preserving plant to be
o all stomach, liverand intestinal ten hours. cut down on the commercial fertilizer built.
,cars in .
+ ailments, including appendicit's.One i Stripping and packing in standardized Rev. W. II. Presch, D. D., Pastor applications. Where you have the Howey-To have new hotel costing Pet K

dose will convince .or money re- packs will be done in the field, land fertilized with manures, I suggest $50,000.
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funded. J. Z. Roberson, and druggists 9:45a.: m.r --Sunday school. Prof. that little
: the washing takes place when the ;you use or no com- Leesburg- Handsome new courthouse Ph
everywhere. D. B. Shaver, superintendent. mercial fertilizer to start the plants
T package is immersed which is a part building being erected.GrovelandEssential .
RURAL COMMON SE'JSEBy : i jof the precoolingprocess.. The siding, 11:00 a. rn.-No services. with. If you are unable to use manure oil plant es
't 4:00 Junior Christian En-
: m.-- starter
'I to be shortly installed will accommodate p. as a f< use a vey light application tablished. R, t
deavor. -
.t Johrfgbn1Yes twenty cars. of commercial fertilizer to start Plant City-Big canning factory being -
Spuds Christian Endeavor
The Florida Vegetable Corporationwhich ,7iOO p. m.- the plants for you. Remember how built
I'm going. Aren't you ? It's meeting. plants were burned withfer- r
was!'! organized but a short time many up 1'nlmetto-Peerless Packing Company AH"fficet
meet me in Gainesville that I'm say- 8:00: m.-Union Services at
p. tilizer last season. Let's profit by
is to effect
actively proceeding
ago, building orange coloring plant.
ing to my neighbors now, for I'm Christian Church. loss, and avoid the loss of
our heavy
which when ..
organization complet- Tampa-More than
an / 1,000,000 tons a.
j
1 making preparations to go up to that ed, will be an important factor in 8:00: p Wednesday. Prayer plants for a good start of plants I lof phosphate rock "shipped, annually STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE
to take in the annual week for meeting.
city of the means!'! ;your success as a berry grow. from this .
great marketing -
eliminating a many port.LeesburgFloridn
farmers and August 611. Visitors will find a cordial welcometo nxxxmtand' M the l'Uarau'ntennillator
6 growers evils experienced by the growers er. Be sure that you have your commercial I I saw grass beingshipped : lor Oockroticbui, WMerbtwi. AnU, Raw ( ndMico. AT
I, Yes sir! And I'm going( to take the in the past. Standardized pack, a home-like church. fertilizer in the ground' at to Massachusetts paper mills, *\ JJ

whole family; the. wife and all the pooling, pre-cooling, and securing/ for CllRISTClIURCII least! two weeks before planting. This may prove new element in Don4! mrt tlm trying to kill there peels,,
) children. We just! ordinary folks- paper-ma with powders, liquid expertment.tereparat'ona. !
are will enable the fertilizer to becom- or any
every member, the advantages of u king.JacksonvilleHogan. .
this Johnson family is! -but we ani hiphly specialized salermanchip in the Rev. Allen) J. :Miller, Pastor. well incorpointed i'i the soil, andrends' "
1 to have | street being Ready for Ue-e-Better than Traps )
beginning right vacation -
now our
i nourish the after
to soon
-- --- plants -
.J l lby
marketing of his crop are recognie: i rcNUi-ffued., ]15-o: box |uo
:3-01. box Sfo
nt least once n year. Vnd, by 10:00 Bililo! School. C. E. '
Vif
a. m
: nt.I
) thy are '
t t//" '-rowers as being absolutely I ()"IW '- Tobacco( harvest in this! : BOLD EVERYWHERE
gum and, by golly we've self< 'I..d,I the I Yowi-11, -' int'-nilent., ,
-.ipei _
sentinl to the future piospeiity' of tLeindastty.
: 1 tection )in full swing.
state university nnn.inl farmer-: i I 11OO: li. m.--I'r..achiiir[ !hy pust'T.' I have a new supply of ate Imlilrlni ]- JII'k..on\ill-I'jow :
week for that regular vocation. The .ffi".rs and, directoi 01' t'uorp..iitioii I TlxTH"The: rreid, I of The Chu n Ii." < :, .iimly fur the growers. You can: lisl-rd., factory orta' RAINBOW: .MIDNKiHT: t'NDER:
.! Being ju.t ordinaryfolks, eve ;>ri' the largest I 7 lIe i(> ;p. Ill.--t hri, tian, Endeavor.Fnliji,1 { obtain the luilleuiii, by calling at tin1iriinnili ,; new $IOJJU] ( ( (I machinery instulleii. HIGHLANDS(; ; ; TKOl'ICM) MOON\ Millo
' are\
< :
glowers (
going to combine pleasure with business i- I ("o'l.nufce. Saint C'loud
: "Imli'stiiiil: : Missions At : iof I ---
t in tl.o; "ii-tion. have
t Although they l:radentavv0-\e'v:
+ on our "lIe.1 tion. There is i no under the! oM] of'' Homo<' and) .41'rod." Leader: Missi : land the Clumber\ of Coiinnerr\ Kis-1 ; cquiptm- it brim A phenomena hut rarely xn, and
4 '(i; worry about the business entj, of tlii" ir.uitimoney system. : ii.it.Riv.. 's. j ";mrnu'e Kviy: \ bulletin\ ) le.-rivtd I i isj !.: in-t.illeil t in lo. al I po.-toffir ,
::1 't vacation for those i .line: irg they: have lecofini/.eil the . : I the of Putt J 14ere--ihneapple, | shipment c I 1 uptrd iiinon, like Kloi, uls's
I piofrssors up /nt t thatoperalive marJ.l'ting11,1" VI// ) i I' in.-L'ni'in; !?''eniees.'r: j especially mlnptid to use 1 growlers liij'lit. )
there can Rive you more hot farm in other mon ,n... I'r.' 1. A. Sutton.; Subject: in the county, and! I trust you Willmake from; SaMit! Luc it countybowing a wan, sr< 11 Sunday night In Avon (Park.
/ 1 stuff in a day than neighbor Si Sm'thand proven' II panacea agricultural : The Fruits of True Friendship. the }proper m u"e of them. TheseIhulktin.i ni.-iikcil: ) improvement thiwimcjn." > n rainbow at midnight.The !( .
sections and! leaders in the in-I I
I can chew and spit tobncco over determined! as ; -00) p. Wednesday.: PersonalKvanjjelis I are free t'o growers only. i Homestead! ?. E. Archer < .tal>- rain of th, overling left the; air
Ui'-try, to seem
for a.week. They tell the latest are the bulletins! lished the Leader, new weekly newspaper clear amiresh, and with the disappearance
can you for the of Sanford, throng' : m lass, conducted by the I| I'll'ItI.ke only you i
and the best on just aliuut any. growers pastor.; have a specific use for, and keep them of the cloojn, the moon
thing pertaining to Florida agriculture t the tide' new organization of the returns utmost pi foi"'- < 8:00: p. Wednesday. PlayerMeeting. I in a .ta'fe pL,, :ce at home so you may be 1'oit I'ierceitliO; ( () Masonic tom >canto out with al! its silvery beauty
l measure .
and I had a letter from the dean mi-iuy : : able to refer to them when needed.If pie planned.De ',and brightness. The air was filled
telling me that they had! some special their "products. We welcome you to worship withus. I| I aild\ -New gas plant and system with just a little fine mist. At mid.

t big "guns" who would shoot off this FRENCH llERO IS STRONG you expect to plant eggplant and I:' being. installed in this city ut ai'coKt ;i night and for an 'hour afterward, high JFF1CZesldi

time. TOR :MEMBERS OF TIlE LEGION peppers this fall 1 advise. that you I of $150,000. I in the westcmskies a perfect rain.,
And for the pleasure part, the letter I ST. JOII=" 'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH your seed beds at once, if you I Fort Pierce-Votes $220,000 bond.i.I issue '' bow arched the heavens. The coloring

said Brown and Ayers and Black- General Gourand. French war hero, have not already done so. Otherwiseit for making 14-foot channel. was well displayed and tbe arch
lock and Lord have a lot of stuff is looking for members of the American 11:00: a. m.-Morning Prayer. will pay you to have your land in I| lAke Wales-$30,000 Baptist church I was complete from horizon to horizon.

0 planned for us country folks. Theyare Legion on his present trip throughthe 8:00: p. m.-Evening Prayer. proper tilth, and later on, buy your I being erected. It _lasted a full! hour,and then slowly I
going to pdt on a barnyard golf country. For he has a messageto 8:00: p. Wediesday: Littny plants. ,For peppers, plant a variety Chipley-Work progressing rapidly faded with the passing of the mistiness
tournament. I don't know exactly deliver to the veterans from Marshal and prayers. Choir practice follows that has been tried out here and proven -.Ion new L. &: N. depot: that was simply heavy dew. Nowhere -

what tb"+ is. but if it's pitching horse- < Fqrh, who was entertained by CHRIST'S CHURCH a success, such at the Ruby King Manatee River-Nearly 7000 car- could such a thing be seen except
hoei, Ill be there to win all the the legion oh his transcontinental tour and the Royal King. For eggplants! I loads of citrus fruits snipped from in .Florida where the moonlight
ataJr B. Just about everything in the of the United States in 1921.! (Pentecostal) plant the Black Beauty variety. High Manatee county this season. with all its beautiful whiteness and

dictionary of good times they say arc: "Whenever you meet members of Corner Brack and Oak Streets sandy land, well drained is best suit State building commission issues or- clearness, la a real tropical moon-

planned for us, as well as a special the American Legion," Foch said to Rev. Thos. B. Buckalew Pastor. ed to growing eggplants, while you der that all new hotels, boarding and light, and sometimes is nearly a* .
assortment for the women, boys and Gouraud before the hitter sailed from can plant the peppers on the heavierdark lodging houses hereafter constructed bright as daylight .throwing shadows,

1 v girls and babies. France, "give them my love; and tell soils shall be fire-proof. that only tend to enhance its beauty..
Yes we're getting ready'to take itall them I always remember with g-eat 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Inter Plant City-New,. municipal structure From the hills around Avon Park Till

in. The old colored man is goingto pleasure my visit to them and that national Lessons.' I notice a heavy infestation of mel- completed. New Methodist churchto looking out over the lakes] that sparkle
tend too the horses and cows and my association with them in the 'try- 11:00: a. m.-Sermon by -pastor. anose In some groves. A thorough I rise. like myriads of diamonds under

chickens while we are away. The log days of the war, my memory records '7:15: p. m"-YOUnlr- Peoples' Service. pruning this fall and spraying-'with I Fort Meyers-The Press moves Into the rays of the moon, the bow of the

= I c. wlfe'a.:fixingtup' a batch ,of sotterhalf..way with ''the utmost satisfaction." 8:00 p.m.-Evangelistic Sermon by Bordeaux Oil emulsion next spring, enlarged quarters, and adds new rainbow was clearly seen. Lake Tu-,
..tic clothes for us to take along, pastor. ten day after the bloom is off, will equipment.New lane reflected its beauty until there- M. ;
for we don't want to' ruin our best, CITRUS EXCHANGE WANTS 7:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Instructive help control your melanose injury. Smyrna-Passenger station seemed to be another and Lotela

r p but we plan to look pretty, we John-I I RATE REVISION DOWNWARD Bible teaching by pastor. remodeled, new shops and yards to be showed the complete arch, with the '
ay cons &. I 7:30 p. m.-Thursday: Weekly "BOOTLEGGING?' ALIENS"AS ?' built. coloring dimly portrayed, interruptedby
to the Service.
Vigorous protest proposed Prayer
BAD AS Chipley-Sawmill to be built at this the that from shore to
'I I LIQUOR ripples ran
f 10 20 increase in 2:30 Women's Bible
w The American Bar Association has to percent refriger- p. nI.-Friday. point to cut Washington and Bay shore. It sight worth coming
undertaken to enlist the members of .. rtfon rates for all Florida fruit and Class. Mrs. L. B. Higdon in charge. counties timber.SarasotaLight. was a
to Florida to witness and those wh
the vegetable shipments has been filed Communion service first Sunday The immigration laws of the United '
the Bar Association throughout
plant to have $50- it left in at the won
country in a campaign to re-establish with the Interstate Commerce Commission each month. Foreign Missionary offering States are set at naught!: by: "im- 000 addition. saw der of were nature awo rainbow at mid
yy the constitution in the hearts and by the Florida Citrus Ex- taken second Sunday each migrant bootleggers" in the view of a
Tarpon Springs-Claims to be larg. Pilot.
minds of the people. ihange. Traffic Manager E. D. Dow month at evening service. many high administrative circles, who night.-Highlands County FI1
est exchange in the world. -- - -----
___ _ __ i in the million aliens in spongp
I' of this organization has also issued! a Come, Pray, Believe. All welcome. see or more Pensacola dock" Force of Habit
!; The Masons of Wheeling W. Va., statement declaring that rates on citrus this country illegally a danger equalto -City practicallycompleted. IQ this family, there was an incredible -
I hold an open forum weekly for the discussion instead of being raised, should READ TIlE VALLEY GAZETTE that of illicit liquor. Kissimmee Osceola number of small children. Little. 60aS
of civic and educational topic be revised downward. The Florida The administration realizes the county grow-
Willie 6-and he had fiveyounll'er
A luncheon is held every Friday nnd Citrus Exchange is taking steps to 666 quickly relieves Constipation problem is a far-reaching one. Thereis ers Leesburg plan large Concrete fall acreage of peppers. aged brothers and sisters wal '

: d visitors of prominence are entertained have the citrus growers of the state Biliousness Head- some apprehension that the illegal building factory taken in to his father
full shift. I one morning
and speakers of national reputation organized' to bring about an equitable entrance of aliens is due to operating set ;
with influenza \;
t' Jacksonville Work who happened to be laid up -
i are heard. adjustment of rates. aches. Colds and Lagrippe. The recent riot aboard a eOllUSion.//Molbourne-Tillman- to start on the I .
in which several Chinese drainage project. I
Fort Little Willie was quiet, almost' reverent -
I Meyers-Atlantic Coast Line I
has emphasized the immensity of the
in the sickroom. When it wM
problem with which the Government granted permission to build new line
time for him to he went to hi.lather'l *
has to deal. Many Chinese who were down west Florida coast to Marco. go, up

t I Three Rings Count tEm to be, the smuggled price in percapita were aboard being the$500.vessel ance Tampa Company-Central now occupies Industrial own Insur-new "I bin bedside good, ain't and said I, pop: ?"

i building. "Yes, son," the old man whispered. .
They will have to be deported at Gov-
Palm "Then, ," coaxed little Willie
ernment which will City-More than 2,000 acres pop .
cost expense$200,each. approxImately of citrus lands under cultivation in "kin I see the baby?"--Sound Off. I

) Immigration officials say there are this vicinity. The National League of Masonic
fully 5,00<> Chinese now in New York Delray-New $25,000 theater building clubs at their convention in Boston

: who should be deported, and at a cost to be constructed. last week voted to establish perms
r of $200 each it would be an expenseof Stuart-Palm Beach Creamery is nent headquarters in Washington, D. 1]
/;" doubling its capacity by adding new
Ji, $1,000,000. C., A Masonic employment buresa .,
Aliens entering the United States equipment. connection with
will be operated in
100 miles of road under
new in
illegally at Pacific coast ports can be Palm way the headquarters. _
I Beach
County.
: more 'che ply brought across the continent -
'I ,,, at a cost of $100 each, and At- Stuart-$4,000 improvements being READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE .
made at the Lake View Inn. -
ported from New York on shipping
,\ ., j., board vessels. Two miles of ocean front purchasedIn

.)" Secretary: of Labor Davis will devote -: Broward county and $6,000,000
) health resort to be buUt.
much time this summer to drafting ,
a new immigration law. Mr. Davis Fort Meyers-Large citrus fruit A nhftTMl CUtO

r .is an ardent advocate of the registration canning plant going up rapidly. After
v of aliens at the ports of entry. Lake Worth-Construction of El- >that t bemfits tfII'JWy. FIsl
Nuevo hotel under way. Five-acre
.
MIAMI WILL CAN JUICE tract secured for aeqnarium, .

OF THE GRAPEFRUIT The sum of $602,143,000 represents a '
total; of new generating plants, additions Aids
Grapefruit juice, besides the regular to existing plant, and extensionof UM teeth '
Meal 1 ctansM
o. ? fresh grapefruit will be canned at the transmission and distribution ys-

new plant erected at Miami by the tem; of the electric light and power e soothe> the throifc,
Dade County Citrus Sub-Exchange, industry of this country to be built h .

it Is announced by Manager B. E. Mor- this year, according to a survey Just ,
rilL The product will be marketedby completed and announced by the III

e the Florida Citrus Exchange un nois Committee on Public Informa-

: / / / day its Sealdsweet brand, which has tion.
-r. 'ayarMsi been adopted for all its canned goods.

; .r. Mechanics are DOW working OH the EXCHANGE MILLS EXPECT Vir w1fiet
_: local >/ \
new canning plant. Part of the RECORD BUSINESSSaw

-, machinery: has been received, and it
t npectedthat r ,the plant will be mills of the Exchange Supply '

e reedy to operate several weeks before I II Company a subsidiary organization s I
I the opening of the 1923-24, -citrus sea- to the Florida Citrus Exchange, are
a -1 % 3j d .eon: . now being overhauled end made LIPl

ready for a record business during

l. r ...-- the 1923-24 season. Manager C. M.
Weak Walker says the mills will probably be 1

i- Lre'msde stromc by Leonardos Eyi L0r operating at their full capacity by
( y './I_' 1 r tioa. Inflammcuoa Is eared wlttout pain September ,.1."Everytree'tbatbear.th. BII
'f. in on*' day.' No other- eye remedy M jTHELjFLAVOR
pure and. 1Iea11D,.! ''Keeps 'the, Q. la not good : ,
'' :.working trim. It makes stronc eyes, fruit" .may' not need to. be hewn .. var..
'W::' 'f.v.: w:1: A 1\, its aeelil Itr mosey"refunded, All down and cast into the lire." 'It may ,
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.- LIBIM11IVALLEY' : GAZETTE' ;'FRIDAY.'JULY',,VI.. U2* SSYffif .

.. ,.,. ..rFREEMASONRY- _. ,,

S'AiliMEL OF F I I IN EUSSIA NATIONAL.. :UNIVERSITY i FORD, LEADS IN CONSERVING

[ Masonry was first introduced into BEEN FOR WASHINGTON THE LUMBER SUPPLY No Guess-Work HereMost

Russia in 1731 when John Phillipswas Tb. National University project originally Salvaging of approximately 90,000
NAUSEA AND DANGER appointed PrOvincia1 Grand Master fostered by George Washington ,000 feet of lumber annually at its
by the Grand Master of England. and again before '
put the country Highland Park Plant is the Ford Motor -
Virtues There are no reports of .nod ges meet. by; the program of the Supreme Council -, Company's contribution to nation folks know that getting eggs -
[Medicinal: Retained and Improved > ing at the 'time, however. The Lodgeof of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish 1 al 1 forestry conservation. depends largely upon the hen's feed"- ,
Dsngerons and Sickeillal'QuamlN Silence in St. Petersburg, and the Rite of Freemasonry for the i Aside from wood used manufac
Removed.' Perfected Tab'. North'Star'Lodge at Riga, in 1750, Southern Jurisdiction of the United turingautomobile, the company's requirements Yet with many people feeding b guess: ry
let Called -Calotabs.* are the first two to have been toler States, Ia receiving much attention for packing and shipping work. Their hen's -lay part of tho

The latest triumph of modern science ated. Empress 'Catherln It declared from Capital City educators. i ran into enormous figures and to proVide , time and usually "board." when .
.. herself the protectress of Masonry in Dr Abram eggs
"d -nau at d" calomel tablet : of the lumber for this purpose, every bit >
fnown to th. drug trad u "C.lot b.." Russia in .1763. but withdrew her board of Simollolreaident of',of Scrap is utilised through the salr-. are most profitable i
generally used of all support a few ,years later, throughfear Columbia believes that
national
'edclneshlhu.most wider a university -gage department even to the smallest
enters upon a
ald of popularity,-purtfled and r.,flnd of political Intrigue, basing her is assured for the city and possible pieces. The little that cannot .. $!
e from those objectionable qualitiesrhlch opinion upon the trend of affairs in nation in the near' future. He believes be salvaged fa'aleel for,fuel. More. Egg* or Money Back \
.... '
heretofore limited Its France.. 1"-
have that the
biliousness, constipation, headaches present George Washington The department, formed principally The behind Purina Hen,
In According to trad'itlont Peter the guarantee i,
University will be the.nucleus
and Indigestion and In a (Treat as a means of reducing waste is conducted -
variety of liver_ stomach and kidney Great was Initiated into the Craft by around which the national institution .purely as a conservation agency. Chow and Chicken Chowder eliminates .
( troubles calomel was the molt suocess- Sir Christopher Wren and assisted Is built, and that with the establishment While it was, not the intentionof
I ful remedy, but It. u.. was often qual-nee- in the founding of a Lodge in Saint ,of the junior Universities, paralleling the company to make it profit-pro-- an: guess-work. These Chows have an .

1 l llttes reeled on Now account It i. of the It...Iekeninl mostInleacant seventeen before the close of the inn junior high schools, working ducing, yet by putting it on an efficient the elements that make eggs.',,'That's '
of medicines to take. One century. connection with the national university "'
basis It has progressed to the
|<:alotab at bedtime wltb a swallow of General Lord James Keith, brotherof the Nation will have an educatlotnal I'point where it is now selfsustaining.An why they are offered on a money-back
water,-that's alL No taste, no srrl- the Earl of '. h
Klntore, Grand Masterof cent in
InK no nausea no salts A roodiilghfs Washington which I average of 800 men-are employed guarantee.,
sjeep and the next mornl"tr YOU England in 1740, was Master of a will profoundly affect and greatly working twenty-four hours a.day
I
itre feeling fine, with a clean liver, a Lodge of St. Petersburg, In 1734. The stimulate thec.use of education .in, shifand the Asia
forth checkerboard .
purified system, and No a big danger.appetite. Bat number of lodges Increased to such throughout the country. I work includes the operation of the ..

what Culotabs you please.are sold only In original an extent that, in September, 1776, "The junior universities must como. lumber yard saw mills and the handling i Bag
.paled packages, price th rty-ftye cent.or the National Grand Lodge of Russiawas because our large universities are overcrowded of all new and old lumber for

the large small family trial package.1..". :Tour tenrents formed. In 1779 a rival Grand ; because they are too ex. shipping. "" __ PURINA 1
for the '
rUf! 'I.t Is authorised to refund the Lodge under Swedish authority was tensive. Said Dr. Simon, "They will I While every day the Highland Park
price aV a guarantee, that you will behorouchly set up. have to come to all the large cities'of (I'Plant uses more than 200,000 feet of HENDNH
delighted with CalotabsT. ..- By the middle of the the for this I
t eighteenth country reason, and although ''new'lumber in making shipments, the .
T.) century,' Freemasonry in Russia had Washington is not an..indus- salvage department daily reclaims
become very strong, and received a I trial city, it, too will have them incorporated . 'nearly 300,000 feet of lumber and converts : ;; '
powerful impulse'in 1777, sixty years into its school system. it into boxes, crates, cleats, .. r.
BEAUTY SHOP after the foundation of the Grand I,Ito"I believe every large city will have +braces and other pieces.,
> BONNIE BELLE Lodge' of England, from the Duke of develop an educational programthat I 1 Every factory unit in the Ford
Mrs. W. S. Graham .1:Sudermania, the head of the will the first'
principal: [ carry pupil from the organization strives for 100 percent 1r
Perfect Satisfaction;;:; ;;' Guaranteed. : I Chapter of the Swedish Brotherhood, grade*,to the university. These junior ,lumber salvage. At the River Rouge PURINA
IIAIU WOKK A SPECIALTY : !I,who accompanied his brother, Gustav- 'universities also will give the pupils .plant, the Lincoln plant and at all
''us II, to Saint Petersburg that year. j'enthusiasm for the college degree. branch plants throughout the country [IHICKEN '
Phone Z35 105 Park Ave. + The Russian Lodges at that time "The the
1' were pupil enters junior high {every bit of lumber possible is used
.OOO..o in close touch with the Prussian Grand school in many instances firmly con- for shipping and what remains is sent CHOWDER
Lodge,over which Prince Ferdinandof vinced he neither needs or is able to ''I by the carload and the truck load to _
F. KRIBBB" W. J. STEED Prussia presided. (I finish the full high school course. 'I'highland< Patk where facilities permit 8 r hQ muao.eww.
KRIBBS & STEED About that time Freemasonry in However, after he has completed the the utilization of smaller pieces.thanat see.Lt1iUIL11hitlJ
[Russia began to lose its original chnr- i junior course and receives his diplomahe I any other place and where salvageis
Alter..,. sad ommmrl r* mi l.wK Acter.and became mixed up with alchemists is eager to continue to the senior carried to the extreme limit. Il 1
!..!___, KlorWa illuminati, and various char- )high school and receive the senior di- I Employees engaged unpacking 71 liSiL'iiiI!

0.....' pnictlr !. all State sad latans. The! Martinists, a pietistic ploma. 'shipments are instructed to carefully
v.....* State* Vomwtm. extravagance of the eighteenth century | "In the same way the junior universities -'(remove all boards with as little damage
were founded at Moscow and made will add stimulus to educa as possible, thus permitting the
KAT JOHNSTON a. P. GARRETT I rapid progress, building themselves a tion. The nupil will say that he cannot salvage department to utilize them to
.special temple, but their meetingswere take the full college course, but the utmost.
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW soon denounced by the police as will take the junior university course Lumber from more than 1,500 worn- FLORIDA FEED STORES

hotbeds of revolutionary propaganda.Prince land see what it Is like. After he has out box cars from the H T. A; I has
I Gabriel Galitalne was a prom- received the junior diploma he will found its to the salvage mill to
11 and 12 Qsceola Bank way
10 .
Offices: ,inent member. Novtkof, another leader ']want the senior college diploma and be converted into boxes and crates .
Building. was sent to a fortress at Schluss- the degree." and other pieces needed for shipping. 306
I Broadway
elburg, where he remained until PaulI
. KISSIMMKE. FLORIDA Only the other day a Ford foreman .
WOMEN TO HAVE RIGIIT TO "
released him on his accession to the visiting some company work at Flat ,

t Milton Pledger Ellis F. Davis throne.A ENTER SOLDIER'S HOMES I Rock, Michigan, found a great pile of TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
; I law passed in 1782,
was April Women who served during the I old logs which had been used as pilling i
I PLEDGER A DAVISATTORNETBATLAW forbidding secret societies throughout world's war will have the right to be I for a temporary bridge. These i
I Russia, but the Freemasons were not
II were immediately shipped to the salvage -
admitted to homes for disabled volunteer
included, and two years I later the Em- soldiers, according to a letter received department and sawed into usable Call Up"Noe 218 'ITWOJ.ONEEIGHT
r of all the Russians invited the '
State Bank Building press Lemuel Bolles national boards along with the old lumber
by 'I
Grand Lodge of Scotland to send deputies
' used in construction work there.Standardization !
jutant of the. American Legion, ad-I ( )
KJSSIMMEE. FLORIDA to Saint Petersburg to establish
I of
shipping packages .
George H. Wood, president of
I there Scottish Lodge under the
a has done much to
bnng greater
. i board of managers of the National
name of the Imperial Lodge.In Homes for Disabled Volunteer Sol- efficiency in the lumber conservation. ,1
the Jesuits successful
1797
were
DR. R. J. DENNING
r diers.I program. -
I DENTIST in securing, an interdiction against all I While the present facilities of the Three years ago the company was
secret societies, including Freemason 600 boxes and crates for

I Residence HOURS Over Phone*the: 9 WI Postofftce.JFF1CK 6-11.10. .lIt: to 1 and ry.1803 Emperor Masonry when Paul he became Russia I revoked again Freemason the flour.edictin I, ''|women homes ,have for executive to the meet not care been this officers and designed new treatment demand will nor be instructed intended on of-- ping.shipments 14 using different Today are sizes,being 95,percent some made filling of in the boxes; as same ship many of- Gazette "Want Ads" Do the .w 0kTOUR J


Office Phone 1M I ished. In 1822, Emperor Alexander de- the service. Mr. Wood's letter stated.: ,fI as 100 different needs, and 45 boxes .,
again closed all lodges by imperial
the and crates of different sizes meet
I I I Honorable discharges from army, i

I cree.During succeeding reigns the proscription 1 navy and marine corn were granted i all:At other.the.shipping the requirements. ... .. '" , .. .., ._. . .
P. A. VANS AGNEW on Masonry was, maintained to approximately 50,000 women who I I| present salvage department -
is turning out an of 15-
served in the last war., Homes for average
. ATTORNBT.AT-LAvT so that no known lodges Russians existed who Relieved in I disabled volunteer soldiers are Jocat- :000 boxes and crates day and it is not 1"
Russia. great
Many uncommon for a box or a crate to
OFFICES :Jed in Ohio, WlaCOnsln. Virginia, Kansas .
and liberal principles ,
Florida I affiliated California, Indiana,Tennessee and three'or four kinds of wood in .
I Winter Park themselves with Masonic South Dakota. fits make-up. Recent Introduction of .,
Lodges In other countries, but for burlap bags for making certain shipments .
obtain
The legion has endeavored to -
connection with
I obvious their
reasons
the box. down
cut requirements
this former service
privilege for :
I the Craft was not generally known.Tolstoy's -* .
.
about 6,000 day.c.
women as a part of its national campaign a
of fiction "War .
masterpiece
TURNER MARBLE&GRANITE + MasonIc in the interests of the disabled. 1 Salvaging proceeds, in a building IIVG "
Peace is saturated with
and
National officials of the ex-service $0 feet wide by 700 feet long, on the Ai'1 '
COMPANY. TAMPAMONUMENTS allusions and symbolism. < > '. ':I'
A
well-known Ford: .
have
men's organization expressed
J With the overthrow of autocracy. lumber '
that the ruling has been tion system. As the old salvaged " .. '>," \ .
"' 0. and the rise of democracy, Masonie made.gratification. from boxes,'barrels, boards and ,
lodges again made their appearancein .
kind
wood of imaginable
M. J. Cfowder, Agent, l Kisstmmee Russia only to be overwhelmedonce scrap every
,
and
+ LEGIONNAIRES WERE 'FOR comes in it is sorted' placed on a
more when the Bolihevlkl gained TOMMY continuous conveyor which carries it
control. There are a great many Masons -
-- pest various sawing: stations. Work-
I among: the Russians and undoubt- That the sympathies of war veterans men on the lino pick out boards of! the
edly in quiet and effective ways theyore were with Tommy Gibbons in his most desirable size for their needs, the
; M. TILLER working for the establishment of recent combat with Jack Dempsey is aim being to always saw the longest h
..: those great Masonic principles of liberty indicated by reports from state con- piece from the available boards.

Real Estate Agency democracy and constitutional ventions of the American Legion. re- :Scraps:; move on to the end and Into .,\ ( e
that have been the pe.- national of the -
i government ceived at headquarters great shredders where they are cut
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT uliar interest of -Freemasonry veterans' organization in Indianapolis. into small pieces, then caught up in
INSURANCE + throughout the ages. Legionnaires of South Carolina, in \a auction tube and blown over to the I1\\\\ I

INDEMNITY BONDS + The Scottish Rite Masons of San .convention assembled, wired congratulations furnace rooms to be used as fuel.
to Gibbons for his showing
Completed boxes and crate move on
Antonio, Texas, are building a mag- the world's champion, who is
the against !Ito the department requiring them.
nificent temple. The inscription on
with veterans because he
unpopular Crate pieces, cleats, and braces are
reads "Erected to God
stone : ;
comer served in the shipyards "ouring the l sawed to proper sizes and are sent to
dedicated to free speech, free con-" war. A resolution regretting that the several departments, each assembling -
AULTMANREAL education.
I. B. science and free public Gibbons "f.iled"'tU'lmock Jack Demp- its own crates.

Members of Karem Temple, Mystic sey's block off," was adopted by the Two departments may be used to

Shrine, of Waco Texas! are planningto executive committee of the Arizona illustrate the great daily requirements<<
build a Shrine city for the exclusive department. for this kind of lumber. The radia-

residential use of Shrine families.It _--- --- _-_ -- tor assembly department utilizes ..
ESTATEand will embody all the best civic improvements twenty-two pieces of wood in every 1
> and every effort will be shipping crate and an average of 2- ,
made to make it an ideal community. 200 of these. cites are sent out every

_ day. I
FffiE INSURANCE u -- In carload shipment of 100 motors .
750 feet of heavy lumber is requiredfor .Ao
proper bracing and packing. With t
-- SUMMER fXWRSION.fARfS ,more than fifty-four of these cars going -

out daily, a total of over 60,000 ,
11 Darlington Avenue FROM feet of lumber is required every day oA Greater Touring Car Value i
for the shipment of motors alone.
KISSIMMEETickets 111 Lumber conservation as practicedby

"-' the Ford Motor Company has The present price of the Ford "1 .
proved a practical business investment '
CITYMEATJMRKET on sale daily to:. t. i bat of far greater sign'fieance- : Touring Car is the lowest ever "

NORFOLK __..__.__._$ 40-60 HERE- ; differ- Is[ the saving in forestry it makes possible .
a and the example it sets for pri- :,
BALTIMORE 60.24 Jl ence In tires.Only vate and public enterprise throughout e '
PHILADELPHIA 65.70 the new Goodyear the country. And yet the car itself is greater

ATLANTIC CITY _u_ 68.62 Cord Tire is HARDING HONORS THE value. It is better looking .with. ,.'..

Fresh Meat and NEW YORK .,_82.44 69gjrBOSTON made of l long-staple highefot- VICTIMS OF RADICALS slanting windshield, a one-man ... ;
grads
,
VegetablesPhone NIAGARA--FALLS u__ 88.JO high-tensile cotton, President Harding paid tribute t- top and improved seats; And ;'

92.80* built by the the four American Legion members there refinements in :
MONTREAL -- up killed by members of the I. W. W. in are many
PORTLAND; ME _____ 91.S8 Goodyear patented the Centralia Armistice Day disturbance chassis construction.
44 BENTON HARBOR __ 78.25 group-ply method, of 1919, when he reached Cen- \'

ST. PAUL __uu_.,___.88.20_ "94.90 and h.avl.r'aldewaUa equipped .with tralia., Washington Directing that, on hi.his way train to Alaska. be- The demand is so great that deliveries e I rf,

ASHEVILLE Oo and the beveled All- stopped he drove through a drizzlingrain : will soon be impossible. "
: PLUMBING HENDERSONVILLE x
iSSIMMEE to the two cemeteries there.where
SAN FRANCISC180.29 WeatherTread. Th. the veterans are buried. To protect yourself,:order now.
SIIOPNotliicigyToo ORE. ._ 146.OIJ difference shows In The world was horrified by what
PORTLAND _.
Make down thebalance
i '- .' the) Goodyear'. occurred here about a year ago," th* a.small payment, ;

and.many, other Eastern longer wear and chief executive.stated ,in. a.briefiaddressbefore on easy terms. ,ir\ { '
l Big lower cost 'mile. going to the cemeteries, ,: \ 11 .. I" ; c "' '
j
par 1 r. 't'c he u- .
; and Western points. _, .n. ..o... '. .... "beeeVsT: in taking th.'lives of--tbt "J'\"' :saes "r { f MLNfsMMl d i .ai.asYii .; i.
Nothing,Too Small Overs permitted. AD c.. ..............' four legionnaires those!guilty;of,the \ ., ._..,............ i" :VAUTREY
.., o
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: .
q<',: ;<- : Stop ; D..br.a..asae- ash .-.' crime were.striking at every.bulwark 1 r\\ ;:.,..: ..,J" ...... ......-.... ->-;,. "11.,1, ... ""
Schednlea reservations ', sea r4A J T."J-: : J 0__ of our republic at the men who savedt
U Work Guaranteed For. ..1.....
q- M..fa.r < and the men who mat be counted '
.
* v It w .. r//a'evasiont7.tv.r / cZ ., : DEALER
Consult .
,
tte .to Itf
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trTo $atbfactoryt lr.r :..'/ upon C..J.- ,, preserve i I "I ,
: LU,'FER'&ATHER xI ,''John; A.'Forrest, lone a. prominent Kissiminee Florida
.
Broadway '' 143 :.ATLANTIC COASTLINE .' .._, Mason of Edinburgh..made many.Ms-. r Iv. _.,...,,-.w. ,.,.. _M, .}e. T *"*" %tir et
.; Telephone I : ., .. ,
t W... s. 'GRAHAM sonic bequests la his will I' among others .L '' 1'
$28,000 as., capital ,fond "-forgrantlnr y, ..w .1 ,A.a1t+1 .a..n Alsa.yp Irldl}ti ..rAy .l ,
U yon haverooma' tojrent.' a'smalliTsrOseinsnt ,Phoa.:2T: ..11cWL.Of ...-., -.{ annuities'to the necessitous

ta.onr-.clsssinsd l.-1'; ........ .,... _elr, children of 'MasoiX". ; r&
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EIGHT KISSIMMEE ,.VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. JULY 27. 1923

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... young couple slood. The bride: we- j.operated alternately) by ,Mesdames G. .,- . -
V F ft REALM lovely in a gown of white canton U. Woodall and -Molly Bats. These
[PH SOCIETY'S, ] crepe, becomingly draped with white ladies carded and spun ,"flax' Into .
silk lace, her only' attendent* her thread, thereby adding iirtforination( '
' small cousin' Janclle Combs, of 'Ox.' and' entertainment the tourists visiting -' : ,
; t; : YOUNG FOLKS DANCE I It ford, Florida, who carried, the ring 3n j this "country," Delicious green ,. ; ", . Monroe Thomas .', \."

A 'I> The home of Mr.,, and MB.Jolm the heart of a white rose 1 punch was served' on the porch all the ., ,, \ ":"Mi,, ';< "
Pugh Friday I. Immediately after the ceremony, guests!: left, by little Misses Louise ) :->1/1'--,1' ,. ; \" '.' ,, .j, ,;,, r t.o: :.; '
was when a pretty their scene on the !guests' assembled on 'the''' lawn, Stout and Myrtle' Newton The lastcountry ;" :;;.;" ",, ,:;-, i' :..;f' "I GA'RA CErf' '''',''';;''''; 11'11'' i-ot't.> '. ,
evening, charming daugh of fruit I visited ,.;,, : ..'';Ir.x1PrfQ't, ', ;.\ ,
ter'.MUIS Inet, .entertained a few where delicious refreshments was "P.oumania, at t;', ?h': rt.r!: J"-<: . i (! r( '
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punch and assorted home made cakes : .'. 1 1\4.,\ .J. I'' I' ,
at'a The '
people dance. rooms Snod-grass
.young were thrown en suite, and delightful were served. Later in the evening, I ,. :\ '" ; : ,', : ;"; ,. 18 Emmett ,Street ', ,: ... 'p" i
dance-music was rendered by ,M r,.. E. the, happy couple left in{ their car for tiful scene on the lawn was depicted. , 1"\:' . \ "'..;..' "
:
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., Tlllis, Mrs. W. L. Joiner, Elmer? i Tampa, Clearwater, Pass a-Grille and Four' tents 'were placed in a circle. In "
"
Schwejkart and Emerson Squires. The I i other points south: The biicle is trav tho first was Miss Irene Ingram, ' .,.' PHONE 47 '
hous S was beautifully decorated with eling1 in a Henna crepe-de-chine dress'' dressed! as a gypsy; where the travel- "\\.f.i-; -; :. .
d cut flowers and the people with hat and accessories 'to mat'ch.After : ers' fortunes were told; in the second '
,
'", had 'a most 'delightful roung'. Those 1. a short wedding trip, they I tent was Miss Mary Tiller also in a r .., : ( Formerly Han ell'. Garage)
attending this affair were: Misses will 'be at home to their friends in I gypsy costume, who /graciously: dispensed I,
'
s '. Mary Weigel Patsy Makinson, Doro their new bungalow at fill Main St. chocolate and divinity fudge;
\ I I'I Among the out of town guests were in the third tent, Miss Virginia '
Jeanette :;:Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cowger and Mrs. !I Sigler in gypsy cot uJne, told more Will Open Wednesday August First

,"; See], Emerson Squires, Emory Aker- :<,Stock of Saint Cloud, Mr and Mrs. fortunes; and in the last tent, Miss\ ,
;, man, A. R. Matthews, F. S. Ledbetter, 'JT.' M.\ Graves'and Mrs. W. J. Edwardsof i i Mary Louise Snodgrass gave delicious n
I' Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Youngof home made candies. Miss Dena Sn 3-
:Mesdames Tillis and Joiner. ; Prompt Attention To Small Job As Well A.
," Thonotosass'a and Mr. and Mrs. I|'grass!!, in the native costume, served Large'I
KISSIMMEE GIRLENTERTAINED G. N. Combs 'daughter. Janelle, of ,refreshing punch. In the center of the
; IN TAMPA 'i Oxford. circle was a large cauldron, under To
It Will Be A Pleasure Serve You
''Members of the Pi Beta' Phi Sorority I'( i which a hot fire was burning and.the ,
in Tampa, entertained Monday BRIDGE CLUB WITH !passports given the travellers .qt the .. .. _, I
with a delightful luncheon at the Martha MRS. ALEXANDEROne ''beginning of the journey were dropped <
.{ Washington, in honor of a numberof I of the prettiest events of the into the cauldron.
visiting: girls who are members of,week was a bridge party given by II'RESBYTERIAN
Mrs. M. D. Alexander at her home on ISIOV1TcYSOCIETY :
0 the same sorority. I I _._ .______ ._.._
I' The color note of pink and green was the Orlando road, entertaining the MET MONDAYThe : <-- . _
attractively carried out in the decorations i I Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club, and
'* of the luncheon table. the centerpiece several invited guests. The tables :Missionary Society of. the I I'resbytel.jan -
r being of exquisite hydrangeas were placed on the porch, and large ; church held .an interesting
I' formed ,
meeting at the home of Mrs.
W. B.
jardinieres of garden flowers made
-and 'roses. Salted nuts were I ,,
: in'pink rose paper cups! and the place ,'an attractive decoration. !I afternoon.Makinson, on After Lake street the last Monday COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY
cards were dainty ladies wearing pink' Mrs. Hugh S. Geiger scored highest reading and
and among the club members wind] was I[I approval of the minutes, the following -
'I The green delicious! gowns luncheon* consisted of given a beautiful centerpiece. Miss'i / members responded with a verso AUii1ST'-FIRST, -:- CASINO THEATRE

4, It t thicken salad, sandwiches, hot biscuit, i Frances Bay scored second and received from the Bible and offering: Mesdames ,
olives, iced tea, coke and ices. !I a, pretty hand embroidered Marple, Russell, Turner, Mc-
Covers were laid for Misses\ !! Sarah :towel M 4s. P. C. Buttorff scored ,Clelland, Banta, Dreach Walter, Mil "The Man Without Country"THE
;: Slight of Orlando, Bertha Harrington highest among the guests, and was 'I ler, Cason and Misses Hutton *n ; of Winter Haven, Lois Overstreet, of ,given an embroidered bath towel set, ''Nesbit. The program was in charge of
Kissimmee, Alice Albury, Martha J j I and Mis. Nathan Bryan wax consoled' Mrs. C. T. Marple. A reading by Car-
r' Moore Patrick, Martha Driven Doro- with a lingerie tape set for low score. |:roll Makinson was followed by a solo
Mrs. Clarke | Delicious refreshments of chicken ,by Mrs. W. H. Dresch.
thy Priest Evans, Mrs. AMERICAN ,LEGIONPRESENTS
,, f Robert Carnes and Miss Oraleze gelatine pineapple and cherry salad, I I; Reports from various international
f O'Brien who was the only outside sandwiches and punch were served at mission fields were read by Mrs. William -

;yam _, guest present.- Tampa Tribune Society the conclusion of the game. Besides ,i h Miller, after which was a
Notes.BRIDGE i the club members, the guests enjoying I;ing by Mrs. W .M. Russell. read-I ARNOLD DALY AND MARY CARR in its own romantic
the" affair were: Mesdames Wei- the work of the outgoing

,, AT /gle, Buttorff Bullock, Cason, Gardner, I was given, which was very FILM CLASSIC
'I TILLER HOME Woodbeck, Bryan, Burrows, Davis, ling and full of explanation of the '
'' {,' Miss Mary Tiller was a charming Jack. Wilson; and Misses Weigle, Pil- I I work. During the afternoon several PORTRAYING

hostess when she entertained a number {Icy, Makinson, and Thomas. I beautiful hymns were sung and in Love of Country ; and the glorious romance of the early history of the
f of'guests at the home of her parents conclusion, -delicious "cream and cake ,
,, on the corner of Beaumont and EPWORTH LEAGUE HAD I were served. United States
Patrick streets, Saturday afternoonat | A NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT:
ADAPTED MUSIC BY GARDNER'S ORCIIESTRAADMISSION 50
CENTS
MRS. CHARLES ELLIOM'DIED
bridge. Ferns and pink cut flowersin
baskets constituted the decoration | One of the most unique entertain LAST MONDAY; For Benefit of Makinson-Carson Post and Americanism Workcrops

"t in the living room and porches, where ments occurring here in a long time, 1 I
Mrs. Charles Elliott who
;,1\v\ '; the tables were placed. During the was given last friday night when a came to
I I I Kissimmee about two months
i 'n' ,r game delicious candy and_,iunch were number of touring cars gathered, at ago,
'
. ) dispensed to those playing. the Gray stone hotel and took a large I I,died Monday at midnight at her homeat

, '" After several interesting rubbers :'number of people on a "Trip Around 203 Verona street, 'at the age of -- ,__ _ u_ ___ __ -- - -
-
had been played, it was found that the World.' This was arranged by 54. The funeral was held this morning -
following SEARS SAYS ROADS
at the residence with interment the land through the Interstate Commerce
; Miss I on Commission
scored the
Mayme Pilley highest and Epworth League of the First ,
at Rose Hill under the direction This is by all adds Washington
: was given a compact. The second Methodist church and from a 'standpoint cemetery winter spring. I HIT FLORIDA AG UNI D. C.
, highest held Mrs. FrankS of of-J. W. Thompson, Dr. J. A. I the most economical method freeingthe Producers and shippers of Florida
score was by pleasure and finances it was "
;
I Suttori the root-knot nematode. I (Continued from Pair- One) fruits and
officiating.Mrs. III land of I vegetables
Bryan, who received a vanity case a success in every way. After leaving it are protesting
-0 and Miss Mary Weigle was consoledwith the hotel, the-party was carried to N. C. Durant, daughter of Mr. I The methtfi conflicts! of growing I'':which the producer cannot stand, and against three hoop citrus fruit boxes
;; crystal bracelets for making low ."America," represented by the" national I and Mrs. Elliott, arrived yesterdayfrom bunch velvet beans on the land dur- which cannot be defended. If that and ten to twenty percent increase n-
score. colors and projectoscope views of Canton, Ohio. Charles Elliott, ing winter spring. This is by all odds railroad attorney really meant what frigeration rates. Cannot understand
The guests not playing, cut for a interesting points in America. Deli- 'who survives his wife, is a brother of soil constantly cultivated in order !h e said it is up to the railroads to car why this hearing Is to be held in At.
prize,' and Miss Caroline Walker wona i icious punch and cake were served to J. W.,, Elliott, who spent several winders that the air may enter to make possible ry out his statements and prove to the lanta unless to get good pasienpr;
in Kissimmee. He expects to the hatching" of the nematodeeggs. fares out of the
hand made linen handkerchief. Those the tourists. people that his words were sincere. growers also Sincerely
attending this pretty affair were Mesdames | The next trip was to "Hawaii," at 'make his home in Florida. The velvet bean is immune to i "Florida feels that she is being dis- trust you see hearing is held at U
f, Victor Hill, of Narcoossee, R. the home of F. E. Garbet, on Church DANGER OF ROOT-KNOT (the nematode, that is, the worm cannot criminated against in all rates not only Orlando or some point in territory It
G. Minnick, Nathan Bryan and Frank street. Here a tropical scene was de- TO live upon its roots as it can up- freight, but passenger as well. Last where above is grown in order tint
p i Bryan, Hunter Dillard Bob Bullock, picted in the living room, with decor- CROPS LESSENED ,I'on those of many other plants; suchas year after months of writing I was all those who desire may attend. FlorIda -
'' and Misses Margaret, Stanford Violet ,ations of bamboo, moss palmetto, Beaten at their own game is the I cowpeas okra, tomatoes, peaches promised summer rates for Florida, feels she is new being discriminated
Bullock, Grace Gilbert, Carolyn Wal- featuring a hut in the center of the case of the nematodes against the and Irish potatoes. The eggs and the but from newspaper reports, it seems against, and know you will lat
ker, Mary Weigle, Carolyn Frippc, room, in which sat Miss Ellanor Ov- farmers of this state. Or, at least, it I worms require heat, moisture and air that these_ rates were cut off this that we get a square deal.
Norma Griffin. Lucy Lupfer Dot erstreet, dressed in Hawaiian costume is now possible to beat them at their in order to hatch and live. Therefore year. If this is true, it looks as if
yep Makinson, Janette and Ann Squires 'I'who delighted the tourists with Haw- own game. to treat the land in such a way there were no end to the fight but NIGHT OWL DISCOVERS ,
Margaret Lasley, Elizabeth Parker ,:'aiian songs, accompanied by the uke- A year ago the results of experimental that these requirements are suppliedand the fight is worth making and the OLD KING TILTS HAREM
'Thelma Sutton Emily Sanderson,\ilele. On one side of the room. Miss work conducted at the Florida then grow an immune: plant (or people can, rest assured I am in it to ( .
+, Katherine McKay and Mayme Pilley.,:;Inez Pugh interpreted native Hawaiian I Experiment Station were announced no plant, for that matter) on the land a finish. Continued from Pare On)
.4 dances. Sandwiches and; punch 'along with recommendations ''to the is to force the egg to hatch out andthe j' "Let m. as I suggest bring your loaded dice), the tatted
PRENTISS.YOUNG served in young worms to starve to death trough baby in captivity, fishing, and 11
I I were this "country'England fanners-particularly the truckers- ed last rear the press that
t I ,, '',1 WEDDING for want of roots in which they ran kinds of joyfulooselous occurrence
I was the third country vis. ;whereby a stop could be put to this 'my northern friends who have chosen
..
.' : ., The home ot Mr. and Mrs. O. E. ; The night owls said be
to
''-" 'I. Jted, which was at the home of C. W. I very serious pest of'most common live [this wonderful state as their place of are mon
," { '' < Young; 214 Bass St. was the scene of j i Griffin, on Church streetHere on ,field and truck crops. After another I (1n further explaining his method. ''residence, in writing, back to their, orderly early In the evening;, getting
J ,> a very pretty wedding Sunday even- a spacious screened porch delicious year in which further tests were conducted !Professor Watson says: "After applying friends, continue their efforts to educate more exciting as the evening' wean'
1 1 ing at 7 o'clock when their oldest I I tea and sandwiches were served by along these lines J. R. Watson this method last year to cer- those "back home", and in every away, and reaching their' zenith-tf
: daughter, Louise, and Roy Prentiss i little Misses Alta Ruth! Overstreetand entomologist in charge of the tain plots known to be badly infested letter stress our wonderful all they have one-along about the tIthe
( z, were united in marriage by Dr, W. Caroline Griffin, daintily dressed work, repeats his statement that the with the worms, sunflowers, whichare year climate and the wonderful milk man comes. But they UT
1,1 I t C. Norton, pastor of the First Methodist in English waitress costumes. method is a success. I badly attacked by the worms, were of the state. This will only possibilitien to enjoy a Night Owl one should pw
,: I : church of this city in the presence One of the most interesting coun- In Professor Watson's own words, grown on the plots this spring. They take a few minutes time for each let himself in the vicinity from his eau":
I of a few intimate friends and tries visited' "Ireland have just been harvested and their lied hoot to his final toot.
I was at the "The tests of the year indicate that ter written and will be productive of
:";; relatives. home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Woodall. we have in this method of treating infested I growth and yield were such that there results because it will result in the The real scheduled snappy, tun
i The home was very beautifully decor Here the decorations were in green, soil a remedy by which the can be no question as to the effectiveness people" of other states demanding ffil, eye gladdening program is set for
f ated with pink and blue hydrangeas the tourists being given green favors trucker in a single summer can reduce of the method. I what they are entitled to. I am for eight o'clock, and then after thaI
+; and pink hibiscus. An arch of bam- j 4 as they entered the living room. In the root-knot trouble to such an I "The method should be started as Florida first, but I am not so narrowas hour has gone come the games tai
boo was formed under which the ; the living room was a spinning wheel' extent that he can grow susceptible soon as the spring truck crop has to want California or any other. midway attractions. Tickets are belrj
& I I been harvested. The velvet beans state to lose right to which sold by the Business and Professional
--_ ._-- ----- I should l be planted in rows about three state be any entitled." the Women's club for their Night Ow! U
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feet apart dropping the beans six may raise money for the highway beautifl-
Specifically about the
1I111111111111111111111111111111D1I1I1I1I1I1I1I1I1I1I1I1II 1111111111I111I11I11I11I1111I11I11I111I11I111I11I11111111I IIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIII II I inches apart in the rows. This is three" strap and speaking increased rate cation stunts they are going to pulL
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rJi proposals
much thicker than in ordinarily rec- Mr. Sears said, "Personally, I am But, when one buys a ticket he thereby
ommended for running beans but it glad the growers did not attend the agrees to the conditions of tie
-- is necessary to plant them this thickin conference at Atlanta. There sale, which are printed on the face(
order stand which was no the ticket. One of the most important '
== to get a good excuse for holding it outside of the
--- -=-! will thoroughly shade the ground. 'state. The conference should be of these relates to the time limit
=-= -- "The beans should be cultivated at held in the citrus and vegetable belt. Each"ticket reads, "Not good after.!
= least once a week throughout the sea- I hope a.m.
every grower will attend the
: son and in our tests they were hoed
; conference, in Orlando on August Some have trees
dooryards
once or twice to keep them absolutelyfree third" so many
: of all weeds or in the roots that they keep out the breeze. If you
i With' ASK YOUR BANKER grass The wire sent to the Interstate do not want to sacrifice of the t
I The Bank = of treatment which the keeps worms the might soil created live. This so is Commerce follows Commission by Mr. Sears try trimming them high any so you will!"'

as : I have both shade and breeze. ,
the that there is always plenty of oxygen
i i = = for the eggs. Never allow a crust to ,
= = form on the soil .pr the air supply
i Ability -----
= will be cut off and the eggs will lie

=== and .... =-= dormant in the soil, and thus defeat
= the success of the method. A single
= WHEN tries to sell = hard rain will pack the soil hard
one :
any BEST VALUES: IN
} == Willingnessto you any =e= enough to shut out the air. Constant

1 cultivation is essential to success. ,
investment and
tells you to nothing =
== Serve say "As soon as the beans have matured
= stock should be turned in until the'
s === to your banker about it, he knows beans are eaten and the vines well

= broken up. Bunch velvet beans decay --Aluminum Ware
DEPOSITS INSURED it is an investment no banker will more rapidly than the running type, !
and if the trucker wishes to pick the '
=- touch. == seed he should Tick them promptly as : --Enamel WareCrockery *
." ::z::: soon as they are ripe. After pick-
i F. ing the beans, turn the rest of the :

; Millions are lost yearly because crop under."
people -- and
= == UNION MEETINGS ARE I
! "' = do not FIRST ask their Bankers BE- BEING WELL ATTENDEDThe


=== FORE they invest. Union church services in Kia-I --Glass Ware .

'. --- = simmee are being well attended,

:::::::; pastors of the co-operating churches <<
=== ,. ;;;;; alternating in preaching in churches I ,Also: 5.and 10c Bargains!
=== of a different denomination than **
their own. .. ,.. ,
Last Sunday night, the:Presbyterian


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: of the First, Methodist church. Dr. ,-_ _____ _ ', < -'- A "" ",, :( Ft

Norton' subject was, "The conditionsof .
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u.
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the
{ := at Christian Church' with Dr. J.

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