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: August 10, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01128
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ICE COMPANY. GETSSPORTY'MEW ROYAL AMBASSADORS MET '
EARL LUPFER, HEADS WAGONS MONDAY AT, BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE WILLSON ,ROAD

The Kissimmee Ice Company is Justabout A PROCLAMATION. '.The, Royal Ambassador I Chapter of BONDS' <

OSCEOLA GROWERS to fprtog -some fancy looking I' ,the 'First. Baptist church in 'Kissbnmee .SOLD'MONDAT'Commissioners .
I stuff'In h.'"ar*of'dellvery\ :Vagons. "'met at the church last! Monday -

Wilson And McCarthy Of Yes, ,they-,are(..cona, 'horae drawn, . Dlcbt, -,nth'\'.: large "number of"boys,, Sever.
and.not gas wagon> At first thought Whereas: ,Calvin ,Coolidge' ,- President ,of, the present and an!nthusiasitc 'meetm al Requests,For Roads and
Last Year's Board.. Chosen it sounded as >.though progress was United States, has requested,.the citizens of the Membership'la "the ''Royal 'Ambassadors ,
A!Public..Health ,Nurse'
For Fiscal Year 19224 walking backwards, cps the day of United States to observe: Friday, 'August 10, 1923, Is confined to boys and young :, I .,
the horse was supposed to have beenaupercededubjthe men\from"'flfteetb''tentriyearsbfage. Just.about all the residents' '
the
of
J.; Earl Lupfer was elected directorof as a memorial in honor. of the memory of Warren G. .
automobile ,truck. The purpose "of the organization Lake"'WUlson section were. on hand
Osceola Growers Inc., .t the an- But such is" Dot'th 'cue: -' Harding, our late President;,and is to' interest the young men of at Monday's meeting oftbe; board, ,of.,
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nual meeting of the stockholder G. H. h.ther'- t'this going that the church In missionary work. commissionerWhen"'.the'wadbondswere .
Tuesday night at the Chamber of Whereas: It'is right.aud proper the people county,;
back.'kolorsl1e; ; '' wn,jice delivery The Ambassadors are at present to b: disposed t.t" the
and elected immediately of Kissimmee show'-tbeir deep in this ,
Commerce president sorrow
wagohs fs in:ltd with' the'pofcr of assisting young Mexican boy'whoIs pr.vioui'meeting the bid.of the Q B. '
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thereafter at the meeting c hour of the nation's at the loss of its \ -
ice cpmpanys ev' rjwhne.Th.. auto bereavement. : studying atva Baptist mission Sawyer Company. of Jacksonville,

of the new directorate.the most Mr.consist Lupferhas truck;will be used to1 keep the wagons Chief Executive;. ., school In' Satillo, Mexico, in'preparsi- had,been ,eonsidpndbttt, ,, at'thq'lre-'
been
probably full making for eqonomy in operations tion 'for the mlnlltl'J'- qnest.isf;. the" reaidents.ef'the
section/-
ent booster and hard worker for agricultural Therefore; How r.cJ. M: .Katz Vice-Mayor- officials '
'' and better service to\ the public. ; The of the local chapter'of involved, Action,: had been postponed1,
progress in OsceoU county The new wageae'have been turned Commissioner of the City Kissimmee: do call upon the Royal Aselassadors''are Mrs. C. until the August: 'meeting,, : s

l for the past"decade, and has himself out this week by ,;J., C. Griffin at his the people of this citytopapsefrom: ] their labors T. Moore, counselor; Uly1- Chapman, V The wLsJce :.WUlson people were,
of that time
most ,
farmed during shop on rack street They are all and close their respective pjaces"ofbusiness; 'on Friday ambassador in chief and Harold Wes unanimous'' lit,their:...q1l..',that_the.;,
either share-cropping or directly em- : : '*
painted up like the .seventeenth of son, chapter1 recorder, bid./Pe' accepted, said,the commission-:'
ploying labor He ,:4s, with. his Ireland, with red wheels and trim- August 10, 192?, .fron\ 4:}p.tm.-.till 4:30 p. m., era voted toy sell them'to, .the. Sawyer:
" father 3. L. Lupfer, just completing and to .at the band stand 4 '
< In mings. gather on Broadway-at COWPUNCHEBS COT company/whoa..bid;was9& and inter
" tiling eight acres north Kissimmee' '. '
and will, in addition to farming that .o 'clock for a twenty-minute memorial program. ... I.. est to maturity' : Commissioner Han-

. tract, raise strawberries with W. J. BULKHEAD E FLECTION Given under my official seal this ninth day of REVENGE YESTERDAYEvened sell section, whole,' asked m property b*. excused holder in from the
Steed on Mr. Steed's recently tiled ,
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August, A. D. voting, andth. other commissioners"
four acres. Mr. Lupfer has had a 1923.HOWARD
great deal of experience fn. marketing, POSTPJNjl: AGAIN M L: KATZ, Up On Haines City all voted 14 favor of the sale

hiving at various times conducted co. Vice or-Commisaioner. By A 7 to 2 Victory With E. L. 0V Overs treet, president
the board named J. A. Minnick B. G.
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I Commission Issues ; .
City
operatlrehlpp tijg., arrangements Combs Young The Hero
Hancock, and H.,J. Schmidt, trustees.
t wherej'the\(; grower with am.n'volume .Statement Calling Off d.UU______ ____________ . Carson Fanner presented a'petition '
could come in with the others and
en- Election The Kissimmesr Cow PunchersBast .
To-morrows signed by a number of property owners
joy the benefits of carload shipments. a 'rush of hits to the'bai::..t'tfafoes:
for a road from' Marydia, )begin

He has recently taken the initiativein In view of the fact that there is yet I. ,G. C. SUSPENDSTHE MEMORIAL SERVICES City yesterday and gejfc-eighteen of nine at, that' settlement and extending .,

setting in.motion::.a campaign for some work to be done by the. dredge them. Three of them were two bag along the section line and south

drainage districts, and was the "fath INCREASEProtests Y gers, annexed, by Young, Leo Wilson, the ,,
before the money could' be transferred RATE FRIDAY AFTERNOONVice to highway near the stock pen .
er" of the strawberry campaign of and Roberson. Young, Roberson,
The commissioners favored the
we have decided to postpone the hold- con-
last year which meant more to the and R. Tinker each chalked three
development of this county than any ing of the election until a later dateto of Florida Growers ayorCommissionerH. hits for themselves. up Btructlon of this road, as it would
serve the district In which considerable

one thing in that last decade. Recog- be announced. .Score Victory For Present .I' Katz Calls Upon Cissfcs Young allowed -the Haines the is being installed and" referred -
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nition of his public spirit and his fitness H. M. KATZA. With Full Hearing Later I pJe To AttendThis City r keys but five hits, send struckout the matter to Commissioner Henry ,
for the leadership! of the Growers five men, while Pen, who replaced -
S. GILBERTG. Partln for action aa soon aa fund.
corporation was evidenced by the W. PERSONS Florida citrus and vegetable shippers i afternoon at four o'clock the Young in the ninth! inning may be avall.ble. and the right of
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fact that he received the total vote of are celebrating a victory over people of Kissimmee will gather at when Cy hurt his shoulder, fanned has been granted and established. -

the Saint Cloud members, and all but City Commissioners. high shipping charges. E. D. Dow, the bandstand on Broadway to paytributevto three more. way.
one of all the stockholders voting. He for the Florida Cit- at
traffic manager Next week Eustla plays again Victor Hill of Narcoossee before
the of was
the late
confined to his bed the night of BUSINESS WOMEN'S "NIGIIT has announced receiptof memory
s was rus Exchange, Kissimmee, and with the stride which the board with petition fora
a
V the meeting, and was not apprised,, OWL" NETTED NICE SUM advices from Senator Fletcher, ,Warren G. Harding, twenty-ninth the Cow Punchers have hit lately, road in his vicinity, running from the

his election until the following day,; i that the proposed 10 percent increase president of the United States. The they should salt away another game. Hill grpve., past the Lockwood, Dan

Rev. William Landiss of Saint The "Night Owl" has come and in refrigeration charges, amountingto hour? is set to coincide with that of Yesterday's score follow.: A C ..",Con'Unaed on Page Eight) -

I (Continued on I'ag-a Eight) gone.* The rain came at the same approximately (10 a car, to become the funeral services of the late president :Haines City AB R H POAJE; ;;r MTHE'CHAMBER'- ,..

time, and"everybody who went to the effective today had been suspendedby I,Huie, If __________4 0 0 0 (T-'O-'
Marion, Ohio, which will be WANTS
Graystone for the much antfcipatedevent the Interstate Commerce Com ml.- tt Lesley, 2b ________3 00170
BURRO PRESENTS expected to find that everybody sion. \ held at three o'clock in that city. I.Johnson 8b, ______4 0 0 2 2 I 0)

11 else had staid at home. Theirs was A hearing on the merits of the)ease All over the United States at that I Adair Ib ________3 0 O 12 1 0

AN ANNUAL REPORT an agreeable 'surprise, however, for somewhere in Florida within the next time a sorrowing citizenship will 1 I Hplloway, ss:_____4 0 I1' 2 0 2 REMAINransfer

., ....: there was a capacity house, and the four months will be held, the senate pause ".; memory of the, man who;..>E. ..Miller c .____3 Z 3 1 2 0
Business and ProfessionalWomen's! stated, at which the roads must show pi .Jtut from the highest office In Kinsler, rf ________4 00000 . ;:
Commerce Chamber Direct Club netted 71.42 for their highway conclusively the reasonableness of the the nation, and with sympathy for I J. Miller, cf __:___3 0 1 ZOO 'Is Deemed Calamity For Si

"I. ly Responsible For,Locating beautification plans. proposed increase or loss their case.J. the brave little woman whom he Hardaker, p----4 0 1 0 8 1 Osceola At This Time:

nI Fifteen Families HereU. First came a program then followed R. Crenshaw, traffic manager leaves sharing nationally a sorrow I { ,. .: ...
nd J card games and midway attrac for the American Fruit Growers, announced which she bean individually.In I! Totals 32 2 5 27 15 8 The Chamber of Commerce Wednes-. ,>
,,1 J. Burrows completed his first tions. Seven card:tables were kept that he had been advised by the absence from the city of Kissimmee AB R H PO A E day made plain what It thinks of,Leo f" '

year in Kissimmee as secretary of the busy until the final moment,most of railway officials that through rate. Mayor-Commissioner, Gilbert, Mr.i I R. Tinker 2b! _.___4 0 8. 2 ::02 H. Wilson county agricultural agent., f'I

Chamber of Commerce'on August them being used, for bridge, and the on mixed carloads of citrus fruit'had Katz has requested'all the stores and! Perz,. rf' &: p >....4 OOS'10 Announcement had come that morning -

r first At Wednesday's meeting of .two high score prizes went to Orlando been allowed by the various railroads business houses to close"and has invited Prather, c .1._._..:1 ,1";. 2 '8 O. 0 ,of, the transfer of Mr. Wilsonto ;

the chamber' he presented ..n' informal people. The .high score prize for running to the Pacific coast and would the people to attend .the'rnemor!IJ Tinker, '., .__...*..,..0 1. 1 4 0 Lake .county, the change to be, mad !r,
report of the year's activities and ladies went to Mrs. J. D.Newby and become effective In I the near future. jai services. The whistle at the elec-',L. Wilson, If '_'ii::_--4t\sl '.2-4-0; : 1 upon., September first. ,. The chamber

made recommendations for the fu .that fer gentlemen to Mr. Hinshaw. This means a saving of'as much as tric light plant,will be sounded at four,; C. McLean,, cf ____4 2 2 2 0 0 did not,-Uk.".the,)idea"ef,.losing

ture.His The consolation prizes were awardedto $400 a car on mixed shipments, according o'clock, as a signal at which every Roberson 3b, ...._.6 1 3 2 0 1 Mr. Wilson,who has been the coun-,
,i report showed that forty nine Mrs. Howard Katz and S. W. Ca- to the officiaL I citizen of the United States residing 'Crum, Ib ________4 1 2 6 0 0 ty agent for the put three years and
meetings of the chamber had been I Jn Kissimmee may a moment who has been instrumental in advancing
The next step in the shippers' fight pause Young, p --------6 1 3 0 3 0
',.: held during the year, with an average 'pon.An excellent program was rendered for more favorable treatment will bea :and uncover, in tribute to the memoryof I the agricultural. and citrus Indo..,/
attendance of thirty-three members.I'I Miss Margaret Brunson substituting !! conference between representatives the nation's head, who died in ser I Totals 39 7 18 27' ; 4 tries in the county to their present{]+

I'I' More than two thousand letters and at the piano for Mrs. George of the railroads and shippers in Atlanta vice.At :I Score by innings: ever-increasing volume.,r :'J

literature had been Bent out in response Gardner, whose accident the week be- on September 27 when the rail- Marion, Ohio, in deference to the Cow Punchers ______000 002 311-7 The difficulty in getting action

to inquiries and to prospective fore kept her at home. The program roads' request for three straps or wishes of Mrs. Harding, the funeral Haines City ________000 000 101-2 which might cause Mr. Wilson to remain '

residents. An average of over sixty consisted of musical and dancing fasteners on fruit crates will be opposed ceremony will be one of extreme Summary: Two base hits, Young, in Osceola county is that the

inquiries per month had been receivedby numbers and was thoroughly enjoy- by the citrus men. The Inter simplicity.Mrs. i I Wilson, ,Bberson; first on balls, off board of county commissioners does

the chamber. ed.. "The Flirt" chorus, in which state Commerce Commission does not M. A. left 'Young, 1, off Perz: 1, off Hardaker.l; not meet again regularly until they

While probably the most outstanding Mias' Patsy Makinson and Murray control in this matter, which is between Black Mountain Sawyer, N. C., where Tuesdayfor she struck out, by Young, 5, by Perz:, 3 by first Monday in September, the news' '

achievement of the trade body Overstreet filled the duet roles was the railroads and shippers, bait will visit her Mrs. E. O. 'Hardaker 5; wild pitches, Young, Har.1 of his transfer: having come a couple

during the year was the backing given -, easy to look at and good to hear. it is said, an appeal ia! possible to that Randolph, for a daughter few weeks., She will daker; passed balls, Prather, Miller I of days too late for the August meet,

to the strawberry campaign, a Stunning black costumes and shapely body t should the railroads insist on also] Hrisit her 2; first base on errors, Kissimmee 2, ing. A committee was appointed,
G. L. Sawyer, at
son,
number of resultant activities have shoulders, upon which owls perched, the additional strap. Gastonia. I Haines City's, Umpire., Cox and Jeff however, to get up a petition, to the
been apparent. One of the most Im- made a decided hit. The chorus wail ries.. Scorer, Jordan. commissioners urging them to call a-'
of these is 4he location in meeting, and to do everything''
portant composed of Misses Dot Makinson, special
Kissimmee and its environs of fif- Lucy Lupfer, Mayme Pilley, Clara GIRL SCOUTS ARE SCHOOLS WILL OPEN CLAUDE TYSON TELLS in its power to retain Mr. Wilson as .

teen families during the year. Tucker, Geraldine Lesley, and Vivian A GOOD FISH STORY the county agent. James M, John-

Mr. Burrows stated ,that the straw Floyd. The same chorus respondedto GETTING ORGANIZED !__ ston was made chairman of this committee
.
berry i industry had become a permanent an encore at the end of the pro MONTH FROM TODAYRural I Twas on last Thursday afternoon. with S. L. Lupfer H. C. Stan-

one, and would result in Kissim gram and also presented "0 Harold." Claude Tyson drove his trusty Ford I. ford, and A. T. French.
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mee being recognized as a strawberry A little folks drill, in owlet costume -,Large Number Of Girls To And Colored Schools I to East Lake. Then arrived, ho I George P. Garrett, among others

center the same as Plant city, was another of the hits of the . Take Tenderfoot Tests Start On September 3 And spied( a little knoll protranng from the who spoke at the chamber meeting;
Wauchula] and other places] while the evening. This drill was composed of Middle Of SeptemberMore much water in that neck of the woods.! expressed the views that if Mr. Wilson
stimulus which has come to truckingwill little\ "owlets," Dorothy Katz; De- City Opens The TenthThe I lie waded out to the little inviting was worth to Lake county, ther

also] put this section on the mapas Rheta Alderman, Mattie Belle Tyner, I than thirty girls in Kissim- schools' in Kissimmee and St. knoll, in water which almost wilted salary Lake county would, give him,

a producer of truck crops. He cit- Mary Frances Smith, Katherine nee are anxious to become Girl Cloud will open.on Monday, September ,i his collar. There he fished. The fish he is worth that to Osceola county..,

ed an. intance of one young man who Smith, Katherine O'Bryan, Helen I Scouts. The prospects are that they '. 10, and the rural schools one week.I were biting most excellently. For Mr. Stanford deemed it a calamity to
came to Kissimmee and associated Hansell, Betsy May, Aeldgytha Jor- soon may be able to do so. A few earlier, according to the decision of three hours he enjoyed the sport, lose Mr. Wilson at this time, when k

himself with one of the business men dan, Eunice Phillips, Edna Floyd, and weeks ago a number of them asked the school board at its regular August i throwing back those too small for the strawberry business is entering',
in farming twenty acre tract. At Floana Burrows. Solo 'Dances by Misses Mrs. R. M. Aftgas to organize a troopof meeting Monday morning. The ,.his idea'' of what he ought to carry upon its second year, and when trucking

the conclusion of a successful season Clara Tucker and Betty May Sny- Girl Scouts and she went to work colored schools will also open on Sep- home.. He kept a careful tally. has been brought up to. a greater

this man himself purchased some fine der, interspersed with orchestra numbers with them, with the result that plans tember 3.Additional. He brought home 44 bass. He volume than ever before., '
trucking land, with which this section completed the program. are now under way to have the or- safety precautions were threw back 63 bass. H* caught 107 The following resolutions were '

abounds, and has become one of the The midway attractions were clever ganization complete in a few weeks, taken by the board in the matter of bass. None of them, he said, were ,adopted by the chamber;
citizens and producers of the community and some were scenic. Those incharge with the "tenderfoot" tests completed bus driver All drivers of school monsters, but they were mighty fine WHERE:Mt has come' to the attention -

Several such cases have occurred of these attractions were: "by the middle of September.The busses must come to a full stop at gating, averaging around two.poundsper of the Chamber of Commerce*.
have had two meetings, of Kissimmee. Florida, that Dr. Wil-\
I during the year. Fortune Telling, Miss Lucy Buckets; girl. railroad crossings. each. *
Mr. Burrwos recommended continu- Fattest Baby, Mrs. Jessie Klelnman the last one Wednesday, when they Mrs. G. W. Best appeared before mon Newell Director of Agricultural
ation for chose Girl Scout Council. The METHODIST MISSIONARY Extension Section, Gainesville Florida -
of the agitation drainage as "Topsy; Hosiery Display, Mrs. a peopie the school board in the interest of .
districts increased tiling, and continued F. C. Bryan; Bathing Beauties Miss who have been asked to serve on getting the board to assist in the financing :' SOCIETY MET MONDAY has requested that Mr. Leo H.(*

production strawberries and Elsie Norton; 'King Tut's Harem, this Council are Dr. W. H. Dresch, of a public health nurse. She Wilson, County Agent ot\

truck crops, as the means for city Miss Helen Sawyer; Brazilian Bats, J. L. Overstreet U. J. Burrows, Mrs. asked the board to give the car for The Woman's Missionary Society of county Florida tender.'''hili" Osceola':,
.Kissinunee.A Steed Mrs. W. E. Sanderson, the First Methodist church met last tiosuas such.agent to take .
building .adapted to Miss.iucile Johnson;.Fish Pond, loin.G. Wills m.rly used by the home demonstration 1
factories and Steffee Mrs. J. M. Will- Monday}afternoon at 4 o'clock at the 1st 1923; in order thatib
city, he,said without .-King; Punch Stand Misses Estele] Mrs. George agent for this purpose, and wanted September ,
$*. big payroll.>> \ must depend ,for its Persons, Frances Tress and Virginia son, Mrs.:Nelwn Maklnson,.and Miss them to try and find means of p tying = Methodist bungalow.-) About fifteen may be appointed as County Agent
*,growth upon'the development of the Smith;'Refreshments,'Mesdames San Norma Griffin. of' nurse's salary; the county ladies were present to hear the reports for'Lake county; 'Fl rida.to succeed: 1 1MP.
part a
back couuFry. ._ derson,,Boyerr*,JFortenbnry; Buckets, The scout officials, according .,to commissioners having 'passed the from the various department:',heads, i .:DeBnski; present County Agent of >
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... Steffee, Persons, .and.; Misses Edith present plans,.will be Mrs B. MAn- qu.tlcna"antO'tb. School"board could and traD..ctoth; r bualn..'! 4' take Count,' Florida. "who has been,! r

J.*E. .DAVIS.*> SELLS" ouT' Miller and IE.)L.Wcner.!! Tickets gas, Scout Captain;.Miss Helen.Bass, take 'actioD.iiI' Mrs.?J. !i"Overstreet,'presidentofthe appointed; by the Agricultural, Departs ,
AUTO STOCK COMPANY were in charge of Misses Rhea Pherijo First Lieutenant; Miss Theta Phay. society,"presided .at the meeting. ment'as 'instructor of Citrus, extension r {

J. E.; Darls.{Wednesdaysold.his' Perde1 Oliver; and Mrs. Bob Bullock Second Lieutenant There will be '.- and Mrs. S. T.< Fansler expectto The reports of the departments show work for the state, and I .'' "f ;} '
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atock'lD'the'Lupf.r And Prath r. garage -:: and the card tables Were'under another meeting of all those interested leave Monday for a mo th'_.visit to ed continued actiYl ",-)with considerable WHEREAS, the ..ldi.. Leo'.H. .W1J.

to Holmes. Prather;, Mr.tPrather I JSr the supervision1: of".rai',, S. 'H. BulIOCk.'r at the Chamber Commerce: on Iowa, Wisconsin and ,other .northern interest manifested; inthe!, social son'has beea'Cqunt, "Agent' for'".Os-'.
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"JS MAN RELIGIOUS. AND IS HE j listening to Iheirjlorffe, polnted toward: And then he'picketu'p'the' little'trow. WHERE. BUSINESS AND .' t..f.r. ROBS AlQMEI.oE:

:. ..BENEFITED BY SO ,BEINQ: ?" I the heavens'and aidj "TJ>'.Stars,-Yeti- er,'and kissed it, and said; "Bloom on, -PREACIIIN' ", MEETOf i/our 'Sumrntr*

.... "* MMMWM V*. H Jtlemen, who nude-thobeli' :to that little] flowery; sing on, tittle'bird; you Vacation
',all the virtues, Paul appraises
,"i lf (By' Rev Allan J. Miller) I question their puny dialectics: bowedin have a God, And I have a God. The Standard NAUSEA AND DANGER .
ever'' asked yourself the these little,...flo\ charity aa thegreatest., The
Have you defeat. Here is a man confessing God that (made rermade used
,Dictionary 'defines charity, as
question, "Am. I religious What .the existence of,a being greater than me." % Medicinal Virtues Retained and 'I. '
"readiness to overlook] faults
'Il was your answer? Has anyone ever 'man, a man strong in mind and body, But is it possible] thatman is satisfied 'here, .As the ; proved- Dang-eroDf and SlekeiUa.
in widest
invited i 'you? 'to ,church; ,,and!,: you. !in-;:.;>.ho not a !churchman: a man who. held .with merely being .religious? Christian benevolence]ove."-- We admit the sense word; 9.'JlJlsbYe" : a leeyaCalledR"CalotdabsPetfeetsd '**:

i i'' tormed'him'that; you did not, think It, 'the power of_Europe: I In I- hie4 hand for{ A'n, instinct of, human.natureji! J ,to ,de.- covers an 'awful lot territory; and 1f\ ,

:. rig-htxfor you to attend because. you (years Note the;'\vords'of Mr. Ingcr-- lire; to grow. This is true in the fieldsof /O The Jat..t'triumph of modern '.
that it challenges ,the .very best thereis !I. a'' "de-nauceated" calomel. uglS!
were,-not'' religious so!, avowed atheist i 'and infidel], spoken Knowledge] and Industry and it can to: it into in .one's I known to the drug trade aa"Calotab.'*
practise
,Someno doubtIihiak they settled at the burial] of bis brother InWashington fee, no less veritable with Religion. daily in us.'businesi'life.put Usually, it is much Calomel medicine the thus mot enter generally upon u..a'.. of all

+' this great'' question jftngsince! ; tliinkthey. { j : "Life is a, harrow valebetween The dialectics of history proves the principle of "areye REDUCED t Held of popularity,-purified and wider r ned
easier to act on the "
.'Tiav laid 'both'majol' andjnjnorpremises : !! .[.. the cold and barren-'peaks! fact that man' has ever desired to for which from have those heretofore oblscuonabls-quaint limited .!
for and a tooth a \ Ita uiuT. .
an
i and have drawn once and l |of two eternities. We strive in vainto draw nearer: to nls Creator. This is eye railroad.MI hotel In blllou.n..... constipation beau
tooth.. But which pays the better T" ache and Indlireetlonf' and In ;
forever .the convincing negative con look beyond the heights, we cry shown by his acceptance the highest Leave out of the question, for the' \ variety, of' liver, stomach and agseat kidney
clusion.. But let us Investigate.Stand 1[aloud; and the only answer is the echo available type of religion. We have \ DATES trouble calomel, wee tb. moat (uoeeuu
moment, what some of us in moments : ful remedy but It* uee wa often ..
where you, are and point to of our Wailing cry. From the voiceless, also noted that civilization and reli-' / lerted" on account of It* _lokcalna-auVV
dead there in hand down the 'of delusive self-sufficiency may treat ........ ,./ Itle. Now It I* th. ...I..t and mo.7
the nation' that is non-relifriouR. Is it lips of the unreplying gion go hand ; one lightly as "Sunday school stuff," andlet's 11 ..-.- pleasant of medicine to take n...
difficult? Yes, because it is impossible. I cornea no word. But in the night of and you; destroy the other, uplift the Best Beaches Calotab at bedtime with a awallow .fwater.
test it by the rule of hard busi- DatHing that1 aIL No
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taat., _.
I care not what country, nationor death, Hope _sees a star, and listen- one and you exalt the, other. So thatif have witha ping, hO nausea. no .alt. A no rrl
You
Cooo
: "scrap"
tribe you single out, you will find ing love can hear the} rjistle of a we desire to enjoy the highest type ness sense. a in Florida hllhl' sleep and the neat morntngra/t1
customer, a competitor, an employee are fUftC One. with a. oleaa ties, .
there some evidences of religion. Th wing." When bleak death broke the- of civilization we must seek and accept . ancS to a
; you feel that you have been treated CHAMBERCOMMERCEYOU what.yoa" _. Nobdangerg Eali,
his loved this the of religion.We .
transcendant idea of a supernatural j circle of own ones highest type
sweeps from\r..k7..1andf-tJre'1I 2!'north champion of unbelief I leaped above] cannot look to the Orient for unjustly, and you may be quite J.kmliff/., .tfI.,. otl.fpolteal'a1w sealed Calotab packages are .aold price only thirty-five In orlalnaL ctnt.,

to the'frozen pole of the south; from (ibis frail mechanical system and 1 this model of religion becauseof right impulse at is that.to "get Probably even." Now,your,-if-first the cent for the for large the ,email family trial package al... ;Tour.tea

of the consoling their low standard of civilisation. : druxrlet I I. authorised to
the Oriental East to our Occidental ,would catch a glimpse refund th.'
other fellow]] hasbeen of dis- guarantee that _
guilty a prior a* a you will
West. No group of people is devoid star-of hope. There is a time in Let us next study that of Europe; and thoroughly delighted; with CalotabaJ.1PUBLIC '
honorable unethical then in
l or act, order -
of this thot. It you will peruse the life of every man that he proves America. Here we find >existing I (Ad") .

your histories you will find our'fore- himself: religious even tho it be contradictory namely in England and United St*'!,u. i I to "get even, you must get downto -. -- -=or'
his level and "an for an
eye
fathers on their knee. to a Supreme to his will. Who has ever the highest example of civilization.We swap

. being-directly or indirectly., The gazed upon the features of the dead also find with the observationthat eye." Then you're @ven"-you are STENOGRAPHER
right down to his level. Now how do w1
,r Babylonians] had ,their triads of and has not wondered concerning the the religion of these countriesis
Gods; the Egyptians had their urban future Who at such an occasion h snot Christianity. From this: process you feel t What have you cot': to recompense JESSIE D. KLEINMAN ,
the done
and rural dietles; the Molihammedan questioned whence came I' How of induction then we must conclude you for wrong JUSTICE OP PEACE
? Has it paul;? .
looked to their prophet Mohammed; long shall I remain? and where shall that Christianity is the highest typeof you HANDLES ALL CLAIMS

the Zoroastians cling to Zoroastertha; I journey ." hen the light of the body )I known religions Rid I that rf we But if charity: is practised what TIM
then ? First are placed in an advantageous eltll.I.le 1 Isla 1pa tea. s.0.Spa
Vedas find consolation in their hymn, flickers and is spent? Who at \his wish our nation to proper materially you

melodies and prayers to their Indra, time has not felt the vibrations of an and spiritually !'I o that its name I. position relatively, be- 3. p. KRIBB8 W. J. 8TEKDKRIBBS

ART", Mitra, Varuna and various other -'' unknown voice echoing in the unfathomed shall forever be fo"cnK-tt amnn la-l I! cause the other fellow hall by his can-: '' h .* b.-ri ft STEED
Hue himself lower level
gods and goddesses; the Buddhists chambers of the soul], convicting tions we as individuals iust of necessity -
and Janists of Nepal] China and Tibet -, of the presence of an Almightyand accept the religion: of 'SL"I j than you. Second you maintain your jrt ar* to 'pt Good- -L"-:.... M'i.rlea .

\ absorb the teachings of Quatama' jfiunsr birth to hope in immortality Christ.The. i I pelf\ respect. Third you prove your- yr Tlr. at price Onwrmt .t-* tm all Sines aN
elf the And what i iR ... o..res.
and Mahavira and long to travel the ? It is impossible for man to reasons for thin magnitude of '" bigger man. I below the *v.rr.,

noble eight fold path which leads to free himself from the eternal questions power inherent in Christianity! become -I equally)' important' you will find thatit commodity price
PAT JOHNSTON d. P. OARBBTT
the cessation of: sorrow; the Hindu'' of Origin and Destiny and evident upon investigation. pays pays not alone in money, I.v! .!, as the above

daily worships at his temple and therefore impossible for him to be Christianity is the only divinely ar.d I/but in that supreme satisfaction of chart .how*. You JOHNSTON A GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW

., shrine to recognize the ruling hand non-religious. We are now ready to directly revealed religion; it is built having done the decent and right can get them todayfor

which is found in their Brahma state the inevitable syllogism: around a divine personality; it answers -I thing. And you might even !get the 30J6 !I..* than Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola] Bank

Vlshu, and Siva; Confucianism Man by nature is religious. the great question of immortality -! offending one to see the error of his I they coat tan y.ars Building

Taoism and Buddhism furnish dim I am a man.Therefore ; it allows the individual to he Iu I.way and thus have two good men ago. But you har KIS3IMMEK. FLORIDA

light for China; Shintoism; Buddhism I am by nature religious free, moral], and thinking agent: it grow where but one grew before." I narar been abl. toget
This isn't "preachin -it's only
and Confucianism are systems Dr. Newton tells us of a gentleman contain the divine scheme of redemption -I' ao much equality Milton PlrdKvr Ellis F. DarlaPLEDGER |
I business, for the exercise of ""charity
nourished by Japan. Greece re- living in Texas who was an un- from sin; it has over two I ana GoodyaarTiraaa & DAVISATTORNEYSATLAW
]] in her Philosophy and Rome thousand accomplishes far more than the exercise you get today in the
yelled believer. One day he was walking in years practical experience;
was h ld together for a period by her his garden reading a book. lie read it meets all our daily needs; i' is the of force Or retaliation. What a new Goodyear Cord. I
wonderful Association would heif This ta timeto
we a rood
;; I .religion; and to-day Europe and the sentence: "God works according] only religion with the Holy Spirit; State Hank DulMlnirKIHSIMMEK
member practiced charity in buy Goodyaara.At .
,Ii America and parts of Asia are enjoying to the rules of Geometry." He closet and last it in in keeping with .fing- every FLOIIIDA

1 ,: the permeating light of Chris the book, and began to think. "1 always ]- ress. With little reflection we are his relation and employee with !competitor custo-I| i>-G/.-r.4r__,ell S. ,4..ad. S......r.n.id H...-
I flier,
; tianity. I thought" said he to himself. convinced that it is utterly impossible; I '.. .:*. n.-'i.7'i:

It is evident that it is Impossible to I"that things were made by chance for the world. ever to outgrow th,. religion -1 Yes charity pays. Let's get thud j CWrf w..,,,...A rr..d IA. .ad ,.... DR. R. J. DENNING -
thought into our system and keep it *A.
t' ,, separate people and religion. Where Is there a rule about everything?" of the Christ. ,;there.-Ben F. Durr. j GSA.rd DENTIST

: you find the one you will find the :Just then he saw close by a sweet little Am I religious Yes, but the rues- j LUPFER & PRATHER Over the Postoffice.

other. There exists some great tie flower known as the "Texas Star." tion of major importance is not nm TltltnrCH; RATES ON I OFFICE HOURS: to 11.10. 1:1 t. IUetideace
I Phone
f. / between: man and God thru which He picked it ,up and began to ex- I religious but am I a Christian ? Am MIXED CARS ALLOWED: GOODBYEARSUMMER 174Office Phone 1JI

flows the very life blood of our existence amine it. lie counted the petals. lie I aiding or impeding the projr-ce .f --- I

;) analogous to the tie that link- found there were five. He counted my country",: Am I assistin. to obstruct i Orlando, Aug. (t.-Goqd. news for -- -. -- ,

ed the inseparable] Siamese twins. the stamens; there were five of them. the piogiCMs of world 1 civilization Fiol Ida shipper is contained in advices : ,.

And it ,is also manifest that where Then he! examined andtHer flower ? Am I failing to avail myselfpf just received by J. R. Crenshaw,1I 1--- _. . -. -, P. A. VANS AGNEW .

the! greater realization of this fact It was the same with that. Another the many privileges and blessings traffic manager, Amercan Fruit ATTORNaT-AT-LAW \

E exist we find the higher civilization. and another were examined.] was (pf this great religion ? Do I shut Growers, of the allowance of through I OFFICES '

1 "But,". it is objected "that may be the same with all. There were five ',my eyes to the only religion that rate on mixed car loads of orange EXCURSION FARES Wiater Park Florida f.

very true concerning the masses but petals, and five stamens, and so on, in truly tells me of the beginning and and grapefruit to points in Oregon I I '

consider'the individual, does he not every case. "How is this?" he said the end of all things? Do I carelessly ] Washington, British Columbia, Idaho FROM 000000.000.000000.000000.'

possess a mind and a will]] of his own to himself. If these flowers were made ] push aside the only one who has Colorado and Wyoming. Where both I KJSSIMMEETickets I 0 . .,

and cannot he be non-religious if 'he by chance some of them would have ever offered a personal salvation] toa oranges and grapefruit are shippedin :. TURNER. MARBL5* GRANITE

chooses to be?" j three petals, and some two, and some fallen man? the same car application of the 'sale to O COMPANY. TAMPA *
on daily : I:I .. .
i Ik 'answer to this question let'us illu'strate. ';,none.' But now 'they all have five; Ho! Man' of ,the world] Stop! new rate can* save aa much as $400 MON JTMISNTS *

Some of Napolean's officers, :never more, and never less. Here is Think! per car. NORFOLK4 49AO I 0. 0
,'were discussing the question whether '" work done by rule.] If it !is done in .,'.11 "c". "", ','" .\ , The American :Fruit! Growers, Inc.,j I BAL'tIMORE80.uPH1 I 0 M. J. Crowder, Agent Kiasimmee *

or"not there be any God. After I this way, there must be some one to FORD PRODUCES MOTORS AT etas been working on this propositionfor W DELPH 1 ...... 65.70 I .

some dispute Napolean] who had been i do it. And who can it be? Oh, I see!" RATE OF TWO :MILLION A YEAR I some time. Previously there wan i I ATLANTIC CITY __h 68.62 .ooo.o.o.oooooo, o o.

on ._ a rate on mixed car ]loads of lemons,)]I NEW-VbRK __uh___ 69.88 . 40000 O OOOO

limes, oranges and tangerines from BOSTON ___ _7.:--=-_-.: 82744 : Y
Detroit !Mich.. Aug. 7.-The Ford ._
I Florida also a rate on grapefruit in I NIAGARA FALLS _._::-83.10 : M. TILLERReal
Motor Company is now on its to- _
ward the way I straight car loads. Therefore when I MONTREAL. _" !02.30 : Estate Agency
9,000,000 motor it became ---- ---- i
1 i i, oranges and grapefruit were mixed )j __ 91.58 ,t 4'
PpRTLANDjJklE.
J known today when it was announcedthat ---_
: in the same car the carriers charged i I BKNTON HARBOR = .. 'iS'ZBST FIRE LIFE AND ACCIDENT
ia Motor No. 8,000,000 went off the the minimum of 28,000 pounds on O INSURANCE .0-
assembly line at the Highland ('arkplant PAUL"-----------'C.---- 94.90> O INDEMNITY BONDS .0-
each. the
Now minimum of only 20-( .
Wednesday night, July 11, establishing ASH I'LVlIlr] __--,-__ 38.20 O .0ooO -
000 will be what
(1c. a new million production pounds charged at HENDERSONVILLE n-36.9 OO. oo
was previously the through rate on :
record. SAN KRANCISCO---130t29
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_
alone. :Mr. Cienshaw's ad- ' "-
:Motor No. 7,000,000 was turned out I I grapefruit : PORTLAND;_ ORE. .__::145.05
vices indicate that supplement to the ',i S. B. AULTMANREAL
January 17 qf this so the company I
._._. year
0 C a"Nix I tariff to this effect will shortly be is- and many other East.I
> prpduceu the last million motors
-- sued. .
in six days less than six months. ern and Western points.

1 real on that ttuffl"! 11-,11 B. Tkinlitfaid Production at the start of that period The cost of gain on a pig during i I Stop Overs permitted.For .
for a real Ward's"Crush"and
money 1r J be ".'!!*$ if ht'd was around 4,800 motors a day the growing period of his life or unI I ESTATEand

lake a coi nterfnt drink" He just i,.- and on the increasing schedule in effect til he weighs 123: pounds determines I Schedules, reserva-

gilled and he got the genuine since has been brought up to in a large measure, the profit to be I tions etc. Consult

more than 7000. The average for made. Many hog raisers materially

the period was slightly above 6,711 a increase this' cost by not having sufficient ATLANTIC COAST LINEW. FIRE INSURANCE

day for the 149 working days or an green forage available for the s. GRAHAM.

INSIST '! average of more than 1G6,<>70 a I pigs. A good green pasture means Phone 37 Ticket Agent. --
?
Just $ month. larger pork profits! according to ex- 11 Darlington Avenue

a p Under its greatly increased manufacturing perts. I .

Your taste Is the surest test. The genuine capacity the company was! ,
able to manufacture the last million

Ward's "Crushes," mellow, soothing, cooling motors in two months' ]less time than CITYMEATJARKET

1 \ just smooth all the thirsty-wrinkles the previous million. Motor No. 7- BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

1 r from your throat. A sip; a swallow; S-A-V 000,000 was produced eight months

I there just isn't any drink nearly so good.Ward' utter the 6,000,000 motor /passed off CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS

Crushes owe their distinctive and the assembly line, which was May

lR, 1922, and nearly a year before WOOD BRICK STONE
delightful flavors to the natural fruit oils of ,
Fresh Meat and
that
date May 28, the 5,000,000 motor STEEL STUCCO .
lemons and limes. To these have ,
oranges, was turned out. N. F. BASS JACK BASS

been added pure cane sugar, citrus fruit It was in 1915 when Ford Motor 322 Royal Street 515 Sproul. Avenue VegetablesPhone

juices, U. S. certified food color, fruit acid .No. 1,000,000 was produced! an
and carbonated water. Everybody likes them. the steadily growing demand for .. 44

1t 1 Ford cars and trucks production has "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For

\ been mounting yearly and maintaining over 85 year the 1':. o. "'..Int..r Fertiliser COIn,...,. has furnished FlorIda -
f I an annual output approximatingthat l Kronvrn with fertlllrem. The continued. pMionage; ot ep rleocl grower .
; f'Ward's: gives proof of atlufactory renultHM . ,
of all other automobile manu- KISSIMMEE PLUMBING '
,facturers combined.An (' LD RKTTKH' KKHTII.ir.K.H' Hi: MAI>K WR WOULD. MAKE IT

l a ; Write for New Fall '!',"lot- Lints Jut tMued" SHOP
Orange
old lady who had been intro- E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jacluor TiD., Florid
.' duced to a doctor who felt somewhat

puzzled as to how she would addressthe .- -. -. - - -'- --- .- ,- ----. Nothing Too Big

iry great man. I Nothing Too Small

: 1 i 'D.I I 8'8 I "Shall I call you 'doctor or 'professor J. .. oxYiif. >>X1

; ?, she asked
; AU Work Guaranteed
i", I "Oh, just wish the
as you was reply :
1 I Licensed funeral' Satisfactory '
.z : "as a matter of fact, some people 5 DiredorA ,To Be !
a'c.. .." LEMON-CRUSH gad >LtM -CRUSH I ere end Chapel, / . I
; r arms I
'. call me an old idiot. :,
q' ': r: Y-I:' I "Indeed she replied sweetly] "but A.5<-_.,.. Sfntfmtmmile. Sfrmttt It jt.wfe..- 14 / '
AU fmlr... : S'BroaHway ;'T JePbone .
4t C ca-ColaBottllng, Works i then they are people] who know you." Statoorl A..__ ? .,

-The Watchman-Examiner. Keel'-._ : Higl Grads AnbiUaca; Santee at Call I '
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Kissimmee Florida If' you'bii. room* to'"V yak'
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.. KISSIMMEE VALLET :CAZETTK: ) FRIDAY, AUGUST 49,1923' 'I TRRl. ;

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siderable sum,to be applied to refrigerators. ure at",the'close of Ms contract, at agrower. eeola County was therefore paid, with. -
T
HAD GOOD YEAR IN .' meeting, request was made the confident expectation" paying! .r

(3) Refrigerators were necessaryin of those ,present to' state any critlcisims two of the $1000 notes in'Saint Cloud FLORENCEPORTABLE: l'

SPITE OF MARKETS which to ship the strawberries. Ata they may',have' had of him,'but when they; became due' three months I

special /meeting of the stockholdersof instead? every grower who spoke Inter. The impossible market; how I -

Osceola Growers, Inc., the directors praised him. It Is our belief that the ever, cut down the'' shipments' far be- j

Osceola Growers, Inc. Show were authorized to borrow from large majority were benefited by him, low the estimates, which _had been'' QVENSThe

Profit After'' $6,000 to $10,000 for thjs 'purpose, and that the boosting done by Mr,1Allbhili considered conservative, and it' there i

Overcoming the ,Bank'of Osceola County and the and' wife were of incalculable,, benefit fore proved possible to apply but
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Last Iy ear's' Deficit Bank of Saint Cloud having agreed to to the county. $200' n"theSaint; Cloud 'notes-wherV --. -- --- .- c11

loan the money for the purpose upon ((2)) In the matter of the plants they matured. The unpaid notes have

ut-gomg' president Allison T.; the corporation' notes endorsed by purchased from Plant City, we were been renewed however, and with the

French rendered his repJVt for the individuals. The directors'(were .authorized not so fortunate. Heavy-rains in that outlook for the coming season,' the

year's work at the annual meeting of ? to mortgage the refrigerators county set in, and several hundred Saint Cloud notes should be evenedup

the stockholders of Osceola Growers to the men who endorsed the dollars worth of plants were ruined.It early in 'the season with,substantial -

Inc., last Tuesday night. He outlinedthe note, for their protection. Three thousand became, necessary to purchase oth- reductions 'on all Of the other

difficulties in the way of the first dollars were borrowed from each tr plants. The state was scoured by I$306.90 applied on, freezers $225 was,

year's strawberry campaign, the of these banks, that from the Bankof mail, telegraph, telephone and by taken in refrigerators as paymentfor .1.1I

measures used, and the final result. Osceola County on two notes of automobile* to provide enough for our refrigerator rentals the owner, of .1i

The association had, at the beginning $1600 each and that from the Bankbf acreage. Two other small patches the refrigerators. taken in payment 1.1I I

of the fiscal year just closed, a deficitof Saint Cloud on three notes of were purchased and many were shipped having loaf money on his buying and i .

approximately six hundred dollars.At ($1000 each. With this money 412 refrigerators in by express. The price of $3.00 turned, .them in on his account, and I

the end of the fiscal year, which ; were ordered constructed was adhered to for those who had $81.90 is the purchase price of nine j

cloned the first of this month, the !half; the contract being given to subscribed to the original purchase 32-quart refrigerators made absolutely i--1 c

books show a profit of more than a Kissimmee firm and half to a'Saint i price, and an effort was made to ev- necessary in order to care for 9r

eight hundred .Jollars. Cloud' firm. en up on the" others, some of which mailer shipments of the growers. ,1r

At the conclusion of the report, af- ((4) In order to pay for the refrigerators ,(1'cost as high as $4.50 per thousand. The $876.32 retain charges lid not _, ( '

ter tHe stockholders had accepted it, and to meet the necessarily Instead of a profit of several, hundred cover the loss on strawberry plants

they,instructed him to"send the reportto high expenses of a first year's dollars we suffered a loss of $324.19, and Mr, O'Bannon's salary, and it Aan

The KUsimmee Valley Gazette and production a rental charge was 'set with an additional cost of $40.32 for was necessary to pay one month of

to the Saint Cloud Tribune for publi- on August 25 of 7 cents per quart. procuring other plants or a total! loss his_ salary from rental receipts. Iii.entire' r .

cation. The report; follows: This rental was higher than the ren on plants of $364.51. time for: at least five months 41r

Before considering the work accomplished tals charged in other sections where (3)) and ((4) In the refrigeratorswe was spent on strawberries, however J ..

by the Osceola Growers, the strawberry -business was already shipped 87,632 quarts of strawberries and without him our, expenses for Oven: '(

Inc. during the fiscal year 1922-1923, well established, but compared fav which produced in rental shipping strawberries would have

wh'c'h! report would necessarily deal orably with rental charges in other charges, exclusive of icing, dividers been -much more than they would even I with the baker's"'arch ;

with events during the shipping season places when the business. started, so packing, et cetera, $3966.79, approx- if we had paid his whole salary t

and the last part of the year, ahrief far as the directors.here able to as imately $500 of which is still out- from rental receipts.We t

: review of the main events lead- certain. It did, of course, make a standing. Of this amount of earnings now have 439 refrigerators of The baker knows the kind The heat Is, not concentrated :

in? up to the shipping season may difficult competition with other $876.32 represented the one cent re- the 80-quart type and 34 of the 32- of oven be needs, and the over the burners. It is ,J

not be amiss. It will be recalled .places, but this charge was necessary tain for the association-, to be appliedon quart, about 160 of which are paid Florence Oven is patterned evenly distributed through an ,

that at ,the time of the last annual as will be seen by the results of the overhead expenses, leaving a net for. Five of the SOs not yet returnedat after his. Compare the arch asbestos-lined air chamber. t

meeting of the stockholders a cam- year's business. income on the refrigerators of $3- the end of the shipping season in the baker's brick oven to Your food will not be burned f
under to Osceola Officers of the former 090.47. This amount was applied as have back in the last few
paign was way put I ((5)) cooperative come days, '
the arch in the top of the at the bottom and underdone
ft :ity into the strawberry producing i association, and for its successor I follows: ,II and fourteen are still out. Legitimate

game, and to secure the largest possib I the present Osceola Growers. i ii I Payment on refrigerators____$2006.90 claims against the express company Florence. on top. Glass:doors make' it e

)" acreage in the county. Inc., had up until August of ''ast. Outstanding n___________ 495.82 cover most or this fourteen, in case This arch prevents heat easy watch your baking androasting.Stopinandletiisshow t.

11 G. D. Ash, recommended as a i I year, over a period of a year and two Interest and discount ______ 397.15 they do not come back and the case pockets and turns the beat : t

strawberry expert, had been employed I months, served without compensation.On fAr. O'Bannon's salary 1 of four which were returned by freight current down over the baking you the Florence Oven

for a six months' period, and had, August 24, Mr. O'Bannon who month ______,____u_____ 100.00 with prohibitive charges is now in tJ

at the time of the meeting, been on had given practically all of his time Strawberry telegrams ______ 84.35 the hands of attorneys for collection.

the ground since the first of the for the past year to the association, Strawberry advertising in The refrigerators are all in good 'W.: B. MAKINSON.cOJ

month. without monetary reward was voteda New York ___ __ ______un 28.50 shape, but will need minor repairs

(2)) Insufficient plants were available salary of $100 peftjTnonth to handle Drayage _______________- 15.00 before the next season. They are in ,

in this section for setting the the machinery of the organization. Insurance _nnUu 12.75 storage, and are covered by insurance. Near Depot.. PI o/ul23,, t

promised acreage, and on August 24, Developing each of the five above (6)) Some criticism has been made 0

1922, a stockholders' meeting author- mentioned points: i. Total -_________________$3090.47In at different times during the year be-

ized the purchase of a strawberry. (1)) Mr. Ash remained with the organization applying payments on the refrigerators cause of the slowness with which reports today it is nearly,$7000. The balance I '

patch at Plant City for $1700 allow I for the six months of his one of the $1600 notes at of sales through the association sheet, as of August 1, 1923 follows: His Conscience Troubled.,ftia

ing the owner fifty cents per thousandfor contract, at a total cost to the association the Bank of Osceola County matured and other matters were handled. Un- ASSETS (

taking up and crating the plants.It of $543.15. His services were three months before any of the Saint der the necessary conditions in orderto JCash ---------------------9 33.32 "I know I have done wrong, please

was decided to charge the growersfor generally satisfactory, and many of Cloud notes did so. At the same timeIt hold down expenses to the lowest Inventory, other than refrig- forgive me for not doing my'duty and ,

these at the rate of $3.00 per the growers who followed bin Instruc- appeared, from the season's business possible minimum and in order to ap- erators -------w.-------- 284.25 writing you before. I am' thankful

thousand, this price being estimatedto tions implicitly made exceptionallygood 8" far, that at leant half of the ply every cent possible on the pay- Refrigerators ____________ 6663.18 to God for the good remedy He gave

be sufficient to pay for the hand- crops attributing their success i total indebtedness for freezers would ment of refrigerators, and in the absence Notes receivable and accounts you, and would not take $600 for the

ling and transportation charges, as I to him. Naturally, some growers I be paid for during the year. The of any income to the association | receivable ________ 2142.46 good the first dose gave me. have

well as netting the association a con- were dissatisfied. Before his depart whole $1500 note at the Bank of Os5Pcutfnier except on freezer earnings, Mr. i Unpaid l stock subscription___ 361.00 been bothered for many years with
gas In my stomach and indigestion,
- --- -- ---- ----
-- -
-
-- : ------ ------ O'Bannon not only did the work of (Trade accounts receivable___ 36.1>7 but since taking Iayr'. Wonderful

superintending shipments, keeping Prepaid interest _____ _un_ 13.67 Remedy two years"ago, have bad no
track of every freezer, doing all the such trouble.* It.is.a.simple, harmless
1xr=auurlr s >e Rvrcz o clerical work and handling fertilizer $9533.95 preparation ,that removes the

.' of the catarrhal mucous from the intestinal:
sales, but for a large part LIABILITIES
tract, and i allays the inflammation
time did the physical work of icing Capital stock _..___________$2069.00 which causes practically stomach_ R
not and packing, working almost every Unpaid stock subscriptions.. 361.00 liver, and intestinal ailments' Including ,

Bi6-S : I night at the platform. He therefore Members': loans .:.I.: ........ 30.00 appendicitis. One dose will 'convince ,
Coupe $%550 ; could work on his books very little, Refrigerator loans:.I (old)..,.: 110.00 or' money refunded.. J.. Z.,, Bob-.
1924 Mod l erson, and, druggists everywhere 'i 1
: and .hat branch of his manifold duties Notes payable :Jf,'.'.,:,....... 5264.29 .-- - --- -

ft had to' be, done at such odd times as Accrued Interestii.'it_____.'' 45.12 the habit of eating winter berries. .
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he eou.ld find. ''This naturally slowed 786.16
Accounts payable ,
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will do
r ( so again. The advertising'effect
up reports and caused criticism, most Suspense accounts _._____.. 38.01
was magnificent. Newspaper reports ,
1- of which criticism came from non- Profit ___ _____ __ _____ ___ 830.34 '
and statements of statisticians show
members of the association. The audit -
an unparalleled! era of industrial activity
of his books, however, showed ev- $9533.9'
in the with
north economic
experts -
erything balancing to a cent, and the Every year the 'future looks brighter predicting continued

auditor highly complimented him on than the past. If it were not so, prosperityin
those sections this winter. These
: his books. It did take a long time many years would have seen total cessation -
two facts, taken .together argue fora
I after the season to get the book I of trucking and berry produc- wonderfully profitable for

caught up and audited, as in the past tion. Optimism keeps things going. Florida year

individual accounts of each shipmenthad While admitting all this, there is growers.
Models Are the Finest I Consider the marketing features.
1924
to be kept down to the minutest sound reason for more optimism now
Even supposing the markets could
StudebaKer Ever Built details, although the simplest form than ever before, based not merely on
Big-Sizes again be glutted by a repetition of
of bookkeeping was used 'which would hope, but on good reasoning, tangibleand
with which the 1924 Everything for which one can wish in I what has happened only once in fifteen
The enthusiasm new ; care for the many details. audible and able to stand analysis. -
model Studebaker cars have been received motoring convenience, comfort and utility years: we can beat the game ev-
directors inherited
This board of ,
outgoing .
locally it an indication of the reception they has been p.-ovided-even to the extra: disc en then. The answer. _greater dis
have enjoyed throughout the country. wheel with tire, tube and tire cover (two onNowonder.Theyareemphatieallythemost I a year ago an indebtedness of I Henry Ford says the reason he tribution.
We for that
are angling
Sedan): handsome nickel-plated bumpers, I more than six hundred dollars frommembers' tries something one year is because
values Studebaker ever offered front and rear; large, roomy trunk; automatic which had greater distribution. The Chambersof
shipments the
compelling he learned from previous yearsexperience.
.isol.ne signal: and many other features. I Commerce in Kissimmee and'Saint
and the public knows that Studebaker has loss. At the time the loss 'I'{ in
There is nothing more to buy. brought a 'That _.is always true
been aconsiltentleader,year after year.In the Cloud have joined hands solidly with
amount of Intrinsic value per dollar invested. The prices of the Sedan and Coupe are occurred the directors had considered the trucking game, and is especiallytrue the growers' for the coming year, and
of Studebaker's Urge I sending statements to each grower this But there are other
The Big-Six Sedan and the Coupe are the moderate because: production year. their secretaries in
are even now cor-
finest cars that have ever borne the name ,vast phyncal and financial resources, I who was represented in the losing ;reason for optimism, other good.
Studebaker. They provide all the performance ; the manufacture of all vital parts in Stude- cars, but had tabled the question, ac solid reasons why the 1923-1924 season respondonce to secure markets in every -
comfort and all the bakerplantsandtheaccumulationofexperi-- city in the country where a freezer -
all the
,
71 of cording to the minutes book, with the < in both berries and truck should
ability that any car will give-at: a price ence and prestige gained through years or two per week can be used. Arrangements -
that smaller producers cannot approach. building quality vehicles. desireto help each grower through I be the banner one in Oscfeola county. are being made which it
the coming year prospects for which I Let us analyze for a moment the
is believed will enable us to do
19:14: MODELS AND PRICES-f. o. b. factory looked bright. The directors had production end. It is a well known away i
with book keeping, which has been a
LIGHT..IX SP&CIAI..IIX BIO-SIX then believed the growers would make fact that last year was what every
F 5.r_... r i r W. B.,40 H. I' '."_., r'r W. B.,10 r+. r. '- '-., 1:111': W. B..II" H. P.1 II good money during the season just newcomer, everywhere, always finds full time job under the old system 1

rourlna.__.. a.95 Tear4ae-. '1350 or-ri"l1-_.. f\75/1 i past, and would then be in a better namely, "an unusual sea by having returns made direct to the
Ro.d.ter(3-Pa.-__ e71 Rdat.. ( -. ....). --1395 .vn (5.I"n" every year in cases of consignment with
Coup.S-Pa.a-_ 19r Cows(S-Par.) : : position to stank their losses. Recently I But last actually be grower
can
.Coup.-Rod.t.r-P.d.a .._.__._.._._:_...._.?_ m aed.n ,03$ .eA.n.- ....: === I son. year the grower getting his check immediately -
when the books were finished, shown to have been unusual In fig
Tormm to M_t Your Convenience and direct but with the association -
Iliad the audit made, these statementswere I ures. For example, northern Florida
getting the 3 percent which
sent to the individuals owing usually comes into the strawberry
would stay in foreign ports if he
I them, and the account. are now be- market in March or April, with about
9 shipped direct as an Individual.
r.
ing slowly collected. Some of these the same output that south central:
Big-Six Mr. Bailey, of the express company -
7-P 1924 Model ,'fertilizer company accepted the Grow- Last year weather conditions were
r has
in
of 125 platform
percent space
ers' note, with the individual notes as such that north Florida came in at
been decided by Officials.
I collateral. Others have given their the same time as south-central Flor- upon express
Given, more facilities for shipping,
I notes for other Indebtedness to the ida, thereby doubling the winter out
wider distribution: less clerical. work
association, and the prospects are put, and glutting a market too suddenly -
I greater production and there l Is but
good for collecting the majority of to allow for elasticity. The ,
one, hUng that can keep Qsceola county -
the bills receivable. Few are refusing I records of old time berry growers ; ,
aa from an unprecedented era.
payments, as everybody realizes show this condition to have been the Osceolacounty
prosperity. one thing
r. that the association is responsible for first in fifteen years! Weather conditions That '
has not, and will not have We i
malting possible the strawberry 'cam showed their effect; in northern
have opposite. Speaking -
shall rather Its
paign and for stimulating the truckIng I markets as well Industrial 'condi
u In. positive,.terms rather than in
game which latter also seems to tions reflected their rcontribution to
I negative co-operation such as has
have reached its greatest output in the Florida berry' growers' sorrow.' batter
al..a47been'demons rated. by
; this section this last spring. But there is a brighter side to'this
1 business ,by the largest .savings deposits .
,
Osceola ,of That bright "
COMPANY work brings sorrow.
KISSIMMEE AUTO The year's same story in .the"hi.tol7.' of ;-the county '
into considerably bet- aide is this On of the low f
Grower, Inc., : account
r KISSIMMEE FLORIDA and the bestyear QsSeola.cities kare. J' ,
:
ter finanda.L, condition than it was a prices in the nol'tMnlfrkeb thou-
", had la..maJ11' many,7narp-ta, ;,,cooperation - ,:. .
,
F
aT. year mfoi. :At that time the balance sandaof people ate winter strawberries "
: had last ..
which .
THIS I S A S TUDEBAK.EJR: 'Y, EAR: T. F aheet,'.hawed, a deficit of >approximately :who bad never felt able t* afford which we, :shall havethUyearwinbring we., '.T.; ,, '" 4 W
.7 of ,4I'.bow. that
h alt r .<600.while on thai first them before. History ;" "
:Osceola=county.( ID*. J-.Own. / ?ref
brings ;, ,
'
cOk> this:month It showed < profit of $830. sueha; eontiageney4taevitab1y

'O.s 0l1Ts' Inventory. 'ayear" ,ago war. for) $050sv good results,. fIJrj peopl. *''wh? ,form.d BEAD;,THE"- 'OAZE'T1:J. a .

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BUBLISHED BT, .
,METHODIST: CHURCH
THE. .KISSIMMEH VALLET GAZETTE oooooaaoeo aoea.oaoo

I K1SS1MMKE- EVERT: ,FRIDAY FLORIDA President Harding 'Rev. W. C. Norton, Pastor. LIBERTY:

\7 B. HARRIS ___._ .._.__.Prf.ld..nt They said at twilight "all is well;". 7:00 a. m.-Union Sunrise Prayer. .
B. G. VANS AlNBW..8ecretaj-y] 'the' had' Meeting in Bungalow.
after sun
but it was not long
ALLISON T. :
FRENCH-.pdUor 9:45 Sunday school J L. ,
: a. m.- ,
below the rim of the Pacific
dipped ; ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES o rstreet, superintendent ;

. One Copy One Y.ar_....__..__.._:'_'I.OO that the Summons came and the Pres- 1:00: a. .-Preaching by Rev. Ira I ____ ... FOR SALE . .
--- -----One-1 opy;PlrMonthet TOne 1.-00 'ra? $ as8ed"fro7nThe head of our nation "fR. Barnttt,presiding\elder of Orlando -I "
i Copy Three Month--.______ .&0 RANCH acre a, number -. There is no liberty without self-reliance..
to The Capital of the.. Universe. district. CHICKEN .
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r' ;
mOle(Entered, Florida at ,the as post second-class of nee at matter.Klsslm-) Within an hour, the news had girdledthe tional 7:00: service p. m.-Senior' League devo- nice and of oak bearing fine shade lawn trees orange; small; *%house acres worth cleared : -e S Increase ,.your' resources, ,Wa' up some-


All thorised communications correspondents except must..from be sign''au- bereft earth of a that leader our, great and another country name was 8:00: p. m.-Union Services. Preaching 40 cents. ,Most and aome of the chicken tract wood arrnnROmenta. orange -- :, thing you can fall back upon. Start a 'savings '
f" bv Rev. Allen J. Miller Subject: land. '760. Terma It necessary I

Rejected matter ed by called the will for.writer.be returned If had been dead.added to the list of its illustrious ''The Sinners' Friend." SI'I UNUIU; EAST front house 2 block account and be free from the fears and .

$ 800 m.-Wednesday. Prayer modern.
house
I p. from court square;
: 'ng was called to the presidency Meeting: 60x147 feet (ilarairo Best bargainIn misgivings of the future.
l I Fowlim:; Advertising. P- re..tatlva I town. $2260. ,
|L-II'EAMERICANPRESooA. :>SOCIATiONFRIDAY ._| by the largest vote ever givento FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 10 ACHES,. high land. 1-4 mile from
a ruler in the history of the world city limits; all fenced how tight; R

\ AUGUST 10, 1923'. and took the oath of office with his Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. 1 I acres chicken cleared house;; Rood bearing garage fruits; new bananas '

finger upon the prophet's word. "To I i i ; chickens household ftootls.;
9:45 School. Car tools fine
a. m.-Sunday I rabbits; 'cow; garden ; ,
r THERESIDENT'S DEATH do justly, and to love mercy and to son Farmer superintendent. Classesfor home. $3250. Terms.HKVKUAL '
: JTRACTS 6 acres (rood unimproved
walk humbly with thy God. That. all
1 Without taking account of the trag- was the motto-text of his administration 11:00: ages.a. m.-Preaching by Hobart by non-resident lands Inside city$125 limits to $160, owned pur- Merchants and Farmers
BankOF
edies by assassination, a president of and a kindlier spirit never presided Amos ministerial student. acre.value Terms.and are These good lands soil will growIn
the United States for a third time 6:45 m.-B. Y. P. U. Devotional, limits.
over any country. As his. body p. 40 ACRES: one mile from city
; has died In office. The nation mourns meeting. /- on nne brick road. 10 acres lie.tiliiK
lies in state, a feeling of national loss : trees; part extra Cue rich KISSIMMEE C
orange
.rY at the tier of Warren G. Harding, broods over the land. 8:00 p. m.-Wednesday< : Prayer productive truck land ; all fenced .and
the meeting.Free! ready for plow. Heal bargain. Come
and one concerted voice goes to Born of the sturdy stock of etrr-Com-! | seats and a welcome tostrangers I let ua show you and deal direct with "A HOME INSTITUTION"

,r a source of all strength in an appeal mon people and reared in a wholesome as well as those who belong ,,'' the owner building
for the faithful wife and helpmate reached hid here. -. i 8OMK VERY desirable cheap
home, he high eminence '' lots. Large tracts of graxine'lande
,;" whose devoted vigils were maintain- I I I at from $6 per acre up. .
with and
religious sense a
a
I I. I I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WE! ARE! headquarters for baritalna
11 'I! ed down to the very shadows. In the ,(I spiritual vision that has tempered his I Call and talk It over. "
I postmortem analysis, the supporters' whole life.Other Rev. W. II. Dresch; D. D... Pastor I I MK1.HOM REALTY COMPANY

III of the President find justification presidents will come and go 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. Prof. STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR 8A1.K
for their fealty and political adversaries Missionary and Klondyke, Grown
I for America will never lack for leaders D. B. Shaver superintendent.
from fresh northern nursery stock oooo oooo*,"0"* "0"0" 4"oooo 4* k-B
ooo
recognize virtues and service. 11:00 a. m.-No services. *< *>OOOOt N
but the strong courageous, sympathetic this sprlnK Three dollars per thousand 44
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/t Warren G. larding above all things, 4:00: p. m.-Junior Christian En- f. o. b. Starke Cash with or-
Warren G. Harding has won '
i deavor. I der. Prompt shipment and good RIGHT GLASSES-NOW
i'i'l' "> was a kindly man. It was not in his : a permanent place in the hearts and 7:00: p. m.-Christian Endeavor :I]I plants. T Williams, Suirko.31>Flu.2Ut ;

heart to be malignant. He cherishedthe ,i history of the American people. meeting. I
a i Will :
confidence of the people, and I 8:00: p. m.-Union Services at FUR SAI.K-50,000 Missionary strawberry preserve your eyesight for the future
I which he 'I LISTEN TO TillS First Methodist Church. plants, now ready. $a per M We fit correctly
.. treasured highly the honor 'I I Phone 1KH Guarantee SatisfactionJ. you attractively, satisfactorily ;
received from them, guided by hip I I 8:00: p. m.-Wednesday. Prayer N. Parker. 34-tfc Phone today for an appointment i
A farmer wrote to the editor of an meeting.
concept of government and the lights FOR SALE:!-Six to eight milch cows
agricultural paper asking for a method Visitors will find a cordial welcometo
before him. He unquestionably ;! three work horses medium weight W. E.
SANDERSON
of ridding his orchard of the grasshopper '' a home-like church.CHRISTIAN one holstein/ bull four years old. CO. ;
'I' sought to appear worthy of public W. ,11. Maklnson. 34-Ztc
In the the
( plague. same mail
faith. There exists, of course dif- |i editor received a request for advice CHURCH FOR SAI..K--Or trade: .Ford suitablefor i "e" "0"fl" <" "coooo'fr *"o 4> .< o oo...

ferences of opinion as to policy, but |I Rev. Allen J. Miller Pastor. truck. Phone 229 after 6 p.. m.
from an anxious mother about her 3 Jlr.FOR _.
---- -
there is no denial of the President's -- I -- --
conscientious desire to efficiently promote 'I,baby twins who were having a hard 10:00: a. m.-Bible School. C. E.Yowell. SALK-Household furniture all FAIR ENOUGHA NOTICE OF TEACHERS'
I time teething. superintendent. or any part for four rooms. including number of I
while E.
,
the general welfare. His life is kitchen utensils Also Jersey years Ago EXAMINATION:
11:00: a. m.-Preaching by pastor.
I I
The editor's mixed I
but another toll of war. Peace brought stenographer Theme: "Baptism. I Cow, will be fresh soon. Address A Thomas, chairman of the Council --
the replies with the result that the 704 Main street 35-ltx Bluffs committee The State Uniform Examination for
. FrT an end to hostilities, but vast responsibilities I I 6:45: n. m.-Christian Endeavor. was making a trip
farmer received the following: "Wrap I II 1 SALE An attractive home furnished Canada. all grades of Teachers' Certificate
( remained. In the midst of Subject: "What Can We Do Toward ;FOR ; through he was writing a

,11 these human strength was not sufficient flannel cloth around their throats. Abolishing Poverty ?" Leader: Re. I near court. 222 house.Verona, corner Vernon 33-4tx letter in a hotel when he accidentallyupset will be held in the High; School Building
. I Rub their with castor oil and bekah Miller. Kissimmre
' : -continue the task. Harding gums a bottle of ink badly disfiguring Florida beginning at

becomes another martyr to war and (I massage their stomachs twice a day." i 800; p. m.-Pastor will preach Methodist at I SEEDS-It list and receiving not already catalog on our send inntllnit name the trousers of an irascible party 8:30: a. m., Thursday, August 16, 1J21
The anxious mother received the Union Services at First and address for our Interesting and All desiring take
the desk. persons the
its aftermath. Ohio gave him to the I I Church. Subject: "The Sinners' Instructive new Fall catalog Kll- across lie apologized pio- examination
:i I nation. lie began life upon the base of [startling advice: Cover with dry Friend. I gore See Co., Plant City, Florida.32-7t fusely. are requested to notify tilt

poverty, which in America does not straw. Soak thoroughly with coal cil 7:00 p. m.-Wednesday. Personal "These trousers cost me $10" said county superintendent in ample tin

f foreclose youthful ambitions. In they ;'land I apply a match; the little pest I Evangelism class conducted by the FOR SALK and-Strawberry Klondykes;plants.any quantity Missionary -
. soil of his own commonwealth he will will soon stop bothering you.-Tal- pastor. ; growing on new land, from fresh for them." blanks to be filled out prior U
y lahassee Democrat. 8:00 p. Wednesday. Prayer plants; ready July Isr'. If Interested "Certainly" answered Thomas. "If the examination. Persons
r be buried and upon his grave the I Meeting.We write J. M. Truby Starke Florida. desiring
! hands of friend and foe alike will ELECTRIC STORMSIt welcome you to worship withus. l'-lZtx you will give me your name and ad- take the exeamination in other thu

place the garlands of respect and FOR SALB-20-room hotel and dry dress I will mail you a check as soon their home county must first receive
tribute. is the job of the men in the plant roods store. For Rent-FllltnK station as I get home." permission from the State Superb

i r JAMES M. COX. and the linemen who are always call- ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH and store. See J. Mcl'hatttr.28-tfc "You'll pay for them right now-. dent. Blanks for this purpose will t be

t ed out electrical this minute" the insisted. furnished by the county superintendent. -
during any severe 11:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer. man
FOR SALE;-Sixteen lots highest elevation Applicants for
to exemptions
o A CRY FOR HELP . storm to keep the turbine engine go- 8:00 p. m.-Evening Prayer. In town by survey; close In Although Thomas was a little shortof valid certificates they now hold should on
8:00 m.-Wed lesday Litany Half of them on paved street with
ing and the .power and light circuits and: p. Choir practice: follows. sidewalks and sewerage; cov..redwith ready cash he counted out $10. send them in to this office prior to

The Republicans, warned by the recent operating. Any severe electrical at- prayers. large bearing orange and "Now" he said "I will take my trous- the examination. All applicants for"
grapefruit trees. Easy terms. A. T.
-." vote in Minnesota and the pre- tack throws the huge engine off its CHRIST'S CHURCH Morrison. City. 28-tf-4tx ers." for any certificate before being eligible

vailing sentiment in Wisconsin of an perfect balance and it has to be nurs- (Pentecostal) "Very Well," answered the man. examination shall present to the
FOR SALE-Banana plant. lady finger county superintendent written en
overwhelming defeat that awaits ed. back to its steady pull like a baby. Corner Brack-and-Oak Streets variety, Xt cents each. W. D. Harris. "If you will give me your name and dorsement of good moral character,

their party in the next presidential During a severe electrical storm 10:00:: a. m.-Sunday School. International tfx address I will mail them to you." signed by two responsible persons,

f.. 'election, is calling upon the Democrats when you see the lights flicker, you Lessons. FOR BALE-Modern 4-room bungalow, "No," said Thomas, "I want them and"shall pay the following ,fee For
11:00 m.-Sermon furnished; bath room; garage; $ city Third Grade, $1.00 for Second Grade
should know that the men at the : a. by pastor. right now-this minute. ; ,
lots citrus trees. In-
to help them beat back the tide ; II bearing
F : plant are on the jump watching every 7:15: p. m.-Young Peoples' Service. quire W. J. Steed or Box 6.1. Saint The man grinned sheepishly./ $1.60; for' First Grade, Primary Sp*
of what they call the "menace!, of Tad- 8:00: p. Evangelistic Sermon. by Cloud. J6-201X "Say, cial, and' Professional, $2.00. Questions
: icalism." point of"" attack by lightning. pastor. he said shoving back ,the $10. "I on any given subject will be

They did not talk that way two Linemen are sent out into the dark- 7:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Instructive FOR South SALE Klsslmmee:-Solid block, 60 of feet AT*each lots by In guess it will be all right if you will opened in the presence of the exam

when they left no stone ness and wet to bring circuits back Bible teaching by pastor. 208H feet. Bargain for cash. Apply mail me the check." inees and no person will be admitted
years unturned
ago into service. 7:30 p. m.-Thursday: Weekly Valley Oasette. tfx who is not present at that time. For
-
to bring shame and humiliation Service. further information write the
Prayer pro".rty.j to
Automobile
speeders in Indianapolis -
FOR SALE-FIne residence
Of there
upon the administration of Wood- course, is danger. 2:30 m.-Friday. Women's Bible county superintendent call at I hit
i : p. Apply at the office of The Valley are held in jail without bail for or
row Wilson. When the next electrical storm Class. Mrs. L B. Higdon in charge. Gazette Klsslmmee. l-tf ex- office. C. E. YOWELL,

They were willing to consort with strikes think of the plant man and Communion service first Sunday FOR 8ALE!- 0 acres good pastureland amination by the Sanity Commission. 33-3t County Superintendent.

sort of "Socialism the lineman working to keep your each month. Foreign Missionary offering near 8t. Cloud. For quick sale -
a ,
any menace taken second Sunday each $6.00 per acre. Write S. D. Wllllnms., -
"pro-Germanism" or any sort of an lights going. month at evening service. Wauchula., Florida. .. e-U I

"ism" that would bring odium upon an And they take their chances, some Come Pray Believe. All! welcome. SECOND HAND DOODS. bought sold

r administration the most brilliant in little, like the little French poilu-all and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf

American history. as a part of the day's work.-South.. JDWSLEY. GETTING LABOR I
AND CAPITAL TOGETHER WANTED. J
Having been brought into exist- ern Utilities Magazine. R. CLAY

ence on sectional hate and nurtured on Co-operation of capital and labor HUM ESEEKEH would like description

I it all its life it's going will mean a EXTREMISTS to prevent delay in delivery of ma- I and farm.price Homeseeker of salable Uox home 39, ,drove Little or

unification of the sections and a bet George F. Baker the American fin- 'terial and in providing labor for the Silver N. J. 36-lt Garage and Machine

ter day for the Republic.-Ocala Ban- ancier who recently gave $1,000,000 to construction of hospitals to care for ShopSUCCESSOR
WANTED: Man who understand farm
)' nero the Metropolitan Museum said one disabled war veterans has been ob- .I work and can handle tram; steady

;' day at a luncheon: |i tained Alvin Owsley, national com- work by the year Married man pre
ONE EDITOR'S SCHEDULE ferred. Address P. O. Box 115, KIsBlmmee. -
"We extravagant Amerians! might mander of the American Legion from I I It-It TO CLAY A THOMAS

.. take lesson from the thrifty Scotch Elliot F. Goodwin vice-president of
, We recently came across a sched- a WE NEED an Industrious, reputable Automobile
ule of prices charged by a country ,though the Scotch I must admit, are the Chamber of Commerce of the United lady or gentleman. to represent the Accessories, 4
genuine J. R. Watkins Product In t
.t, weekly editor, who offers to give a 'extremists. States and John Donlin presi- KlRsfmmee. A few good t..rrlt< .rl..s Batteries

percent of his earnings each year !' "The Scotch chose oatmeal for their dent of the building trades depart-I also nationally open, In advertisedVatklnn other nearby cities Pro-The Tires

f-, to an asylum for those feeble-minded national food because oatmeal is a ment of the American Federation of ducts have been known and Used
since 1868. l.ont ao<'ept apy otherotT..r
wholesome and economical food. Labor.
people who believe that editor hasa
an
I until you get our propositionIffl
soft snap. Here is the schedule- "There's a story about an old Following receipts of reports from -- different .Full particulars and BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARSHAYNES

read it closely: Scotchman who lay dying. His old legion officials that hospital construc- ample It. Watkins are Co.free, Dept.Write 91, tinlay Memphis.Tenn. J..

For telling the public a man is a wife sat at his side waiting for the tion in various parts of the countrywas SIP -

successful citizen when everybody end. She sat there a long time. Then being held up by the failure of YOU do any kind of farming

r r';. ; knows he.is as lazy as a hired manor ,she got up and said: I I II contractors to deliver materials and I I and Florida Stockman you'should which read deals The with Farmer citrus \ - - -- - -
t' 'Aweel Jock I must awa' to the of obtaining laborers and truck live
l -- $2.70. I go by difficulty farming Block p+f+fiffj
?"' referring 16 some gallivating the kitchen now. I'll leave the light by'''I the legion leader has conductedan poultry sample and copy daIrying.or 25 cents Send for for three free

J fellow as -one who is mourned by the yer bed. Ye'll no be goin' afore comeback investigation of the situation. The months Yearly subscription II.OO;
three .00.
II Published twicea
H entire community when he will only but if ye should ye'l] be sure to legion will urge that priority be giv- month.years Address The Farmer and

be missed by the boozers-$10.18. blow out the candle afore ye die,won't en to hospital construction in as muchas Stockman Jacksonville No.Florida.10 Newnan Street 11-tfo,

Referring to one as a hero and a ye ? the number of cases of disabled t

(titan of courage and one who will veterans requiring treatment is increasing r LOANS
"LEGION NIGHT" BY RADIO I
hitherto
A undreamed of value
stand by his convictions when everybody rapidly.The (%) LOANS under Reserve System on
I knows he is a moral coward and The voice of the American Legion city or farm property. Reserve De-
increased use automobileswill posit Company Keith BldK., Cincinnati '
,. would sell out for 30 cents6.21$ will travel from Broadway to all sec- Ohio. "-Ulc at $1295 Fa Cory
have its effect on the shoe tradeas
Referring to some gossipy female tions of the country as the result of i .
f I people will do less _king. There LOST
as an estimable whom it is
lady a arrangements made with the Radio<
will be a change too, in styles of 121-Inch Wheel Base 32 x 4inch) Cord Tire
pleasure to meet and know when every Corporation of America by the Alfred LOST-Sunday night on Main street ayoea4Jullt Six
't clothing. New diseases will be developed Klsslmmee D A. R. pin, engraved Cylinder Motor
." man in iown would rather see Wilson post of the legion in Flat- the back "Ruth Mildred Henrtrlcks.
Satan coming-48.10. bash Brooklyn New York. The / especially of the eye owingto No. 1'95.1." Finder return 102ft Special Resident Dealer Wanted
North Main street. Orlando and receive
glaring headlights and rapid chang -
1 Calling an ordinary preacher an Radio Corporation will broadcast a reward. 6-2tz No former Experience Necessary
of
..'. eminent divine-60 cents. legion program from their stations' es scenes. g
--- LOST: Wednesday of la.t week, near .
i\ ft' Lambasting the daylights out of "WJY" or "WJZ", the most power Co-operatfve ;marketing is making Klsslmmee. a paper bait containing Handsome profits can be made during your spare, time
A black sailor hat boys cap, and Belting HAYNES automobiles. Purchase only-car to
John Badeycorji at the behest of the .
(. ful stations in that vicinity once a' great strides in Georgia. It Is almost blue voile white dotted. dress. Finder demonstrate. Liberal discount Order cars as you sell

.. II r '. local dry forces-$6.77. month on. "Legion night." Programs1will universally recognized to be the on- notify Beach Mrs" and J.receive H. Causey reward.MISCELLANEOUS Daytona -. them. No deposit or guaranteed number of can J'tto 1

I-... Whoopin' 'em up for the recall of consist of addresses on patriotic ly way a producer of farm products quired. Liberal advertising co-operation furnished. fr-

(i -.the' Volstead law in the interest of subjects as well aa general news oflegion's -can get what he is Justly entitled to. Real opportunity to develop at odd times a big paying ?
I f. the local Funnel Ctub-$6.71. ) business. DON'T DELAY. Write or wire today for :
activities musical
; selectionsand Georgia now has co-operative marketing IF YOU"do any kind of farming In further particulars. ,
." .' Referring to a deceased merchant other features. A Florida, you should read The Farmer t
E f. prominent of cotton cane syrup, melons V
" and Stockman which deals with citrus
.I, ;s 'Who 'never advertised and who wastoo"stlngy national official of the legion and the and will soon, have ,one of peanuts; and ''truck farming live stock, CHARLES W. TWAY (' ,If,

:. | : to, contribute toward need* wan who elected commander of least poultry and'Aal/ylnr. Send rorfrea
ft J and lastly but not ; the pecan Industry samplet copy cents for'three South rn'Sales Supervisor) : F

: led f,< public ,improvementi'as'gleadinglw the New Yonft'department at its next' has its association,-.National ...* 'Tearly .Publishedatwlcs; Haynes Automobile Company .j : .
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. VALLEY GAZETTE.fFBIliAT.'* ..AUGUST'10. .... '1tz3' ........ --- .. --.. '- ." -- -..- --- -- --.-- --- --- --........-\1., .
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New York .Llfe Insurance Co., San

L Lupfer, local representative.: Utfr
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or'i''
: S.. J. Triplett, a' former editor. of .

caZ The Gazette, was in .Kissimmee ,.between e

trains Wednesday on the, way
HappeningsEat to his home at Avon Park from a business -
Katz'sMid Summer
Ie.- --- trip to Lake county. -

.... --------------------------------------------- -- - - Brand
Star Shoes for ladies and ..
at Duponfi. Cafe: tf 000000000..?OOOOOOdO children, men and boys are aU solid
0 0 leather 'Ask McCAULEY. rriClearance'

I George Mann, oij Bartow,. was In p WEATHER REPORT "
Miss Clare Livingston, of Pitts-
Kissimmee on business, Tuesday,
0 S Official Bulletin of daily tern burgh, Pa., attended services at the Sale

Ideal Bread eventually, why not perature and precipitation* furnished Methodist church in St. Cloud, on
by the Kissimmee Cooperative *
| Miss is
now! U. S. Weather Bureau .Sunday morning. Livingston -
0 Station, for the week ending a desoendant of the missionary, David -
Sam Summerlin of Cocoa was a via 0 Thursday August 9: Livingston.
itor in KissImmee this week. 0 C:
0 Date Max Min. Prep. 0 MEN FOUND HANGING
Shaves, 15c; haircuts, 35c; children, 0 Friday, Aug 3_____90 72 1.03. Around H. P. Suhl's on Mabbette Affords a real opportunity to out-

25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf Saturday, Aug 488. 72 .23 street trying to buy Gray cars duringthe .

Children's white slippers at big reductions Sunday, Aug 5_____91 71 .00 next six weeks will be disappointed J
McCAULEY'S. 0 Monday, Aug 6.90 69 .22 unless they call at Monroe Thomas' fit the Children for School Days k

_ f. ., Tuesday, Aug 7___':91 73 .20 < garage, on Emmett street, during Mr.
Mrs. Albert Carter and Lawrence, Wednesday, Aug 893 74 ,00.* Suhl's absence. Phone 47. *

Griffin of Miami are visiting the family Thursday, Aug 9 __95 73 .00 *
of C. W. Griffin.on Church street. Readings are made at 6:00 p. .I. L. MARONEYS AREMOVING
m. for the preceding twenty-four ARCADIA W.

(Ideal Tell Bread.your grocer you must have* 0 0 hours.ALLISON T. FRENCH. O* The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.I. We are siowingNa] line of good Shirts and.

0 Co-operative Observer. L. Maroney are grieved to learn
Miss Helen McGahee has returnedt ooeooo4oa.0aao00oo4'Don't that they are removing from Kissim
Blouses Pants for the at
andtough' Boys
Kissimmee from her vacation, forget the Ideal Bakery mee to Arcadia, where 'Mrs. Maroney. a r
spent in various Georgia towns. will teach during the coming year, ;
Born i To Mr. and Mrs. James Brat- and where Mr. Maroney is makinghis real reduction. Our sale has been a complete w
Mr. and Mrs. .Claude and
Harper, ten on August 4 ;
a daughter. headquarters, having begun Ml
children, were week end guests from duties as a...travellng salesman with = and have until 4
Tampa at the Makinson home. i Miss Mayme Pilley began Monday ,the King Lumber and Manufacturing success you Saturday
,assisting in the office of the Western
iratton of the Bank of Os- Company of Nocates,. on August first.
Union and ) .
eels County, has been promoted to studying telegraphy.Holeproof I Mrs. Maroney will join her husband Night to supply any needs you may have.

the position of an Assistant Cashier. and Humming Bird silk I in Arcadia in the near future and her .. xq
-- hose, $1up, at McCauley's.] mother, Mrs. Patterson, will go to {
The leading life insurance company I Alabama for an extended visit. Mr.
<>' the world New York Life. See Misses Dot and Jo Makinson are Maroney was formerly with the King .' .- .

Sans: Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc visiting Mrs. Claude Harper in Tampa company for fifteen ;years, having resigned -
I this week. tcv into business for himself. '
Miss! May Hansen is clerking at go
A. M. McCauley's store in the ab- Auto For Hire. Call C. ,C. Rum- Both Mr. and Mrs. Maroney have M. KATZ'S SONS t
,been active workers in the Meth-
K"r I ce of Miss Bedingfield, who is on men Phone 41. 26-tf very
odist church and Sunday school and
Vr vacation. I
Tub silk, silk broadcloth, Jersey will be sadly missed by the people of tt t

>ck Malqfnstm rotuifeied! to Kis- silk, crepe d* chene, (canton, taffeta, the church as well as the rest of the

. ;tree Sunday to spend the remain at McCAULEY'S. city, among whom they have a host I KISSIMMEEFRED I
-er) of his vacation from Georgia Mili- '- of friends who wish them success in .
Mrs. W. C. Bass, Mrs. G. W. Bass, I
tai Academy. and Miss Helen Bass, are visiting in their new home.PRESBYTERIAN. I II I i

The best Investment you can maker Tampa and Clearwater SOCIAL

I a New York Life Policy. Better Ask FOR NEW SUNDAY SCHOOLThe
for information on the New
tan savings account. See Sam r
a
York Life's latest
policy. Sam Lup Woman's Missionary Society of e
Ljpfer. 14-tfc fer. 14-tfc the First Presbyterian church held a
HERZBERG ADDSA TO-MORROW LAST DAY BUSINESS WOMEN WILL
Miss Maggie Bedingfield is enjoying Miss Lois Huddleston is in Kissimmee most enjoyable social last Tuesday af- NEW SHOE STORE I OF KATZ SUMMER SALE MEET NEXT TUESDAY "
a month's vacation, one week at I from Miami, visiting her sister, ternoon at the home of Mrs. A. L. --
.
Winter Garden and the rest of the ,,Mrs. M. C. DuPont. She arrived yes- Rennie. Fred Herzberg has been making To-morrow finishes/ up the midsummer < The Business and Professional Wom
tiI\f.: \ !' at Georgia points. terday. ,.An interesting program was given, some changes in his shoe repair shop. sale at Katz Brother's store.. en's Club will meet next Tuesday
and a silver offering was taken the The machinery which has been in the It will be the last chance to I
get some 'night at the Chamber of Commerceat
Six, east front, modern house, Mrs.
room J. D. Woodbeck is leaving to- puv 'ose of which was for applicationto of his establishment has
'I west room of ;hose bargains which have made 7:30 o'clock. Supper,will be
two blocks from court house; $2250. morrow for Atlanta, where she will the funds for a new Sunday school i been transfered to the east, and a new 'the sale this I served
so popular week. The
(by Saint John' GniUL The meeting ,
Oarage and nice lot; best bargain in purchase her fall and winter stock of room. These socials are to be given and pretty shoe store has Blossomedin !store is r ,
advertising some bargains for will be an important one, and full
town. Nelson Realty Company. _
millinery.We each week, and are proving inter-
its .
'
stead fitting the
for schooldays
up youngsters attendance U desired. kHelen
esting and enjoyable. Mr.Herzberg. as will be seen by 2
Mrs Paul Stanley is going to Or- are not in business exactly for r Sa.erprelcient.. ,
lando every day, to the law offices of lour health BUT Ideal Bread will keep YOUNG WOMEN'S AUXILIARY an advertisement in another column, \
Newell and Boyer, where she has accepted you healthy. IS GETTING GOOD START has the agency for a well known ,
brand of shoes, and will handle them
a position beginning last Mon- .. /1"1 i
day. Mrs. R. G. Dekle, who has been in The Young Woman's Auxilliary of along with his repair business. ----w. "

Kissimmee since Tuesday visiting her the First Baptist Church held its regular New Shoe
Make your'children'. school clothesof PRESIDING ELDER AT
'
mother, Mrs. F. G. Thomason, returns meeting Monday night at the :
Everfast material. it fades ,CHURCH SUNDAYIn
If you church METHODIST ',' .
to; her home in Tampa to-day with Mrs. Haynes Brinson in -
get your money ,"back and pay for
charge. The organization was but recently '
making up the garments, at Me Furnished Flat for rent. W. B.Uarrl. organized, but is meeting with the absence from the city of Rev; Store'

CA ULEY'S. ., Gazette office.'I 1C-tf rapid< success, and'has alread mappedout W. C, Norton the pulpit at the First ..
Methodist church Sunday'mornlnlf ". '
Mrs. B. B. Adams and her niece, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Floyd, and considerable work for the year. will be filled by Rev."'Ira R. Barnett,, -, 1
Mi's Arrie Redwine left Sunday for daughter, Edna, left Sunday after- A social is being planned for B.me presiding elder of the Orlando dis Iti connection. with my
time in the next few weeks at which
North Georgia. They will visit in ,noon for a two weeks' automobile \

Atlanta, Cartersville, and other pointsfor trip to Savannah.Mrs. I time anticipated.a genuine "get-together". time is trict.Mr.. Barnett is said to be an elo- Shoe Repairing Department

about three weeks. and The Gazette has
speaker
M. C. DuPont is expecting quent
Mrs.T. W. Mills, and daughter, ,,110ha'e Mr. DuPont's mother and aunt of ST. JOHN'S GUILD PLANS been requested to extend an invitationto I have added the well-known
FOR THE NEW PARISII\HOUSE\ the to hear him.
been visiting in Kissimmee with Federal Point, on the Saint John's.tomorrow public

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert returnedto to visit at her home on .
,
their home in Collins, Georgia, Emmett street. Saint John's Guild, of Saint John's.Episcopal Summer heat has the same effecton Peters Line of Men's and Boys'Solid
church, met last Monday
fertile eggs as heat from the hen
Monday. Mrs. Mills is sister of I
Mr, Gilbert. a Mrs. M. Tiller, and daughters Mis- afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. or incubator. The fertile germ in Leather ShoesBoth

ses Virginia Mary, and Katherine, Steed, on Clyde avenue. 'The main hot weather develops into a blood ring

Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gilbert and Miss and Miss Mamie Tiller, left last week business discussed was in relation to which spoils the egg for food or mar-
Elizabeth Parker motored to Braden- for a month's stay at Daytona Beach. furnishings for the new parish house ket purposes. Heat is the great enemy in Dress and Work \

town last Wednesday. Miss Parker Mr. Tiller will join them later. which will soon be ready for use. I II of eggs, both fertile and infertile.On .

remained for a two week's visit ORLANDO MATRESS FACTORYWill I I this account agricultural experts Every pair of these shoes is sold on a
Alligator rain coats and slickers, at .
with Miss Elizabeth Mann. urge poultry producers in warm
McCAULEY'S. AND THE PRICEIS take care of your mattress troubles -: weather to keep the nests clean and money-back guarantee. Your patronagewill

Florida Sanitarium and Hospital RIGHT. Pillows, Pads, cushions, Box- I, provide one nest for every four fowls, be highly appreciated.
Orlando, Florida. Medical, Surgical, springs, etc. 500 West South St. r
in order that the nests will not be used
Mrs. W. L. Kickliter, who under- I Orlando Fla. Phone 804. **
Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. went serious too often and soil the eggs to gatherthe
Equipment modern, rest, diet, physiological morning a at the Orlando operation Orange Saturday General \ I|i A few gallons of gasoline-if you eggs twice daily to keep the eggs F. HERZBERG:
therapeutics. Unexcelled in prefer not to ride on the train-will
in cool to market the at
] Hospital, is improving a place; eggs 1
nicely j i
the Southeast. 24-tf I bridge the distance to Gainesville, Mr. least twice week, and to pen or dispose -, Shoes and
and her friends are hoping for her a Repairing : 6 and 8 Darlington Ave.,
I Farmer, where and familycan
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hall left speedy recovery. you your of all\ as soon ax the hatching I
take advantage of farmers' week
Wednesday on a trip to visit their season is over. !
I Every day in every way you get programs August 6-11.
children in Indianapolis and Chicago ...
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anal! their sister in Chatsworth Illinois better shoes tor less money, at Mc-'

They plan to return on the 29th. CAULEY'S. Star Brand. *

George T. Sigler left Kissimmee Mrs. Roscoe Tyner:: left Monday afternoon -

Monday for Harrisville, West Virgin for Detroit to join her hus-

ia, and Washington, D. C. He expected band who went there two months ago ARE! YOU AN AMERICAN ?

-to be.in Washington all day .Wed- i and is employed by the .Ford Motor

nesday, the day of the funeral of ex- 'Company. They expect; to make Detroit -

President their home. |4 '
IIarding.Announcements-- IF YOU ARE YOU CAN'-T AFFORD TO MISS THE BEST BASEBALL OF THE
have been receivedin Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Armstrong left

ICissimmee of the marriage of Kissimmee last Sunday for a brief I YEAR IN ORLANDO .

George B. Dietz on Monday, July 23, sojourn I In the. hills of North Carolinaand .- .


''Veronica at Jacksonville home Dempsey., to The Miss young Catherine peopleare Jacksonville nolds Tennessee.accompanied, where Miss she them will Gladys as visit afar[ Rey-her as Monday Tuesday. and' dnesday,, August 13, 14 and 15 '

at at Idyiwild, South Jacksonville "
cousin, Miss Anita Warren, and her -
WILL PLAYED Y AND TUESDAY THE
DOUBLE-HEADERS BE- FIRST.GAME
sister-in-law, Mrs. Shellie\ Rosier. of MONDAY START _
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Maroney whb Stark. 'Georgia. 'CL.OCK BE' '
ING AT. 215. O AND THERE: WILL NO EXTRA CHARGE
the for
are leaving city, are offering
sale, their household goods, Including The best Investment you can makeis ,
.a handsome Circassian Walnut a"'.New York Life Policy. Better ..l

bedroom suite, two 9x12 rug., and than a" savings account.- See'' 14-tfe Sam ORLANDO '. VS.. BRADENTOWN ;

other furniture. .1. L. Maroney,' 222 Lupfer. .. '

Orlando Avenue, t H.-P- Snhl and family left this morning SEE; THESE TELAMSilSf; -THE,;GAMES.THAT..WILL! :DECIDE --THE 'CHAMPIONSHIP OF THEW. : 1

iMr. and Mr*."F.J3.Bryan: eft'lthe'flratl ) ,t 430'; for Missouri, in a Gray, .' : :FLORIDA, STATE'LEAGUI FOR,' THE" SECOND HALF'OF THE SEASON ." a I
:oftbe\weeknfore! .Marshalville, fOF'six week ,.visit with "Tootie'sparents. p

will Georgia:visit'"by for,'automobile i.coupls j ot, :weeks where;'They they .from. H., Colorado P. expects, another to meet.from abrother LADIES, :: <, WILL I BE.: . .
.rand and brother '-'' 11't II.. * -_- ;: 1.I '" t"" -
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\ '." metrical! ', instrumentation of some

'.. ,.,AMERICAN LEGION nearby western .city' by miles! travel.

: NOTES ed. This firm donated a ciiver drum '

r o o major's baton, a comet a trumpet, d11 ,

I Legion Libeler Goes To Jail alto saxaphone, and a silver drum to

When the American Legion recommended be (distributed among the organization USE

/ lways Pure : that lenity be shown Arthur winning in the competition.The [$ANiTAAYDAIAYCO'MILK

Cl Lorenz, former ,editor of the Illinois competition' in New Orleans SLICE CREAM?

Staats-Zeitung, was sentenced to six last year was won by the Monahan .
L :
,. ". months in jail, with a fine of $1 and post band of Sioux City la., and: the

: : Always Uniform costs, by Judge Hugo Pam. Lorenzwas I drum corps of Racine, WIs., Tho n.us-

i;, . convicted several weeks ago on ical tourney proved one of' the most

a charge of criminal libel which developed attractive features of the convention,
"
from an editorial he wrote and 'despite the greater disturdo to box

Always BETTER I characterizing legion members us San Francisco, as many ,or more organizations .
: 'rns a'
/ "bums, vagabonds, and tramps." are expected to be eater

It was only the legion's action that ed in the competition in thttt city because ,

t saved Lorenz from the maximum penalty of the event's popularity. ATTENTION.

I of a $500 fine and a year in jail National adjutant Lemuel lJiltH! I) of

Judge Pam declared. "This was not the legion, who recently vin'te'l; San FATHERSSanitary ,

only an attack against the legion but Francisco estimated that every stale' : -

was indirectly, in an insidious manner, would be represented in the competi

an attack agairfst the members Of tion. Some department organizations : Dairy milk |ts

that glorious army that went over the are expected to have a dozen the milk for your folk" j

l ( top in'France for the sake of human bands in the tourney. The bandy and It will benefit your baby:

: r PGASOUN& '\ ity," he said.Members drums corps will be judged as they Your wife and children

march in the great parade on the second will like it and it will be'
of the Hood River post of .
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day of the convention. good for
Oll you.
a S111DIJD CDMPUP the American Legion recently held

their annual climb of Mount Hood in Diticional Reunions To Be Reid Dur-

which 221 persons participated, includ- ing Legion Convention' ANITARYDA RY@

ing a delegation from the Oregon All divisional;regimental and "out-

). 1, State Editorial Association, who were fit" societies and organizations, have iJ "

r honor guests of the legion. been invited to hold their reunions or our9l7rtkman'

1 The climbers arose at 4 a. m., start- conventions in San Francisco during *KISSIMMEE.rlflPHDNE23itWHO

ing as soon as breafast had been the week of the American Legion's

served. They went over the top at national\ convention next October, by .- - - --

1:15 p. m. While a calm prevailedon Lieutenant General Hunter Liggett, SAID THE SOUTH LACK],

the east slopes of the mountain, a general chairman of the convention INITIATIVE?

r gale of icy wind met the party at the committee.The .
top, which curtailed a long view of annual reunion of the 91st division A Georgia man has long had the d'-.|

J the landscape. Meanwhile legidnnaires ;which is to be held there, October tinction of running what he calls'diamondbark .

: in other parts of the countrywere 13 and 14, on the eve of the opening terrapin farm," tII 1

sweltering unde-: the hot summer of the legion's big conclave, will farm consisting of a large frame .W

CRZiWNF sun. attract more than 7,000 veterans of over a comparatively small patch L
i ground but in that the
The space trrrpii|
-- that division to San Francisco.
Roosevelt Assistant Sec- farmer raises thousands dit-l
,
Theodore familiar cry of "Powder River, let 'er many of
the and one of the mond-backs which Bell for
retary of Navy, buck!", originated by the 91st division fabultai
'I founders of the American Legion, has prices. What the diamond-back terrlpin
'' which is composed of veterans -
offered a silver cup to the legion trained at Camp Lewis, Wash., from commands to-dry we do tut I

post in New York which procures the the states of California Oregon.Wanh- !Know, but the best price we belli I

F GASOLINEBuy largest number between<< July 1 and ington Idaho, Nevada, Montana, will quoted, was $100 per dozen. Tki|

; : August; 13 according to an announcement be heard once again in that city, when Chesapeake Bay was once! the hoer

i made by Albert S. Callan, commander the wearers of the green pine-tree insignia of the diamond-back terrapin, knovtl

, of the New York departmentof come for their annual gathering throughout the land but this industry I

( II the legion. The trophy will be as far as the Chesapeake Bay Is cofrj

i Buy at the with the Crown sign. known as the "TheodorJ' Roosevelt -- -- cerned has largely gone the way i at
; pump Cup." "MOW WEEDS" IF THE BEST the can\'as-back duck.

It will be presented to the winning RESULTS ARE EXPECTED Not to be outdone, however, byUxl.
post at the state convention of the -- dtamond-l ack terrapin farmer of SIT-
"Mow: the weeds" is the advice most
t ( POLAR INE OIL legion which will be held at Saratoga timely and imperative to the owners nnnah, an Augusta: boy is reported

Springs, September 13,14, and 15. having already laid by $20,000 fmi
of pastures right now in mid- umnU'r,
- a fish-worm farm of a few |
Best Lubrication Legion Will Oppose I. W. W. Activities according to W. E Stoke, grass and >nrds. squirt
1 for
In Northwest. forage crop specialist of the Florida
/N, Who does not know the sorrow rf!
Alarmed at the influx of the I. W. Experiment Station.
S the fish-loving boy man who
or snot -
, W. element into the harvest fields of "The main time to coed the pasture, ;
f find worms for bait? Who doll
, the Northwest, members of the Amer- has passed. Now is the time. to protect -
not know the trials and tribulation
ican Legion post in Aberdeen, South it, from weeds and bushes which
STANDARD OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED of hunting for worms when worms art I
Dakota, have established an employ- can be done by running(' over it with I
not in evidence and now comet an An-
s ment bureau which will remain upen the mowing machine before the wN.d"maturp
gusts boy- who makes it possible for
the rest of the summer, to help men and bear soc-jl," is the latest
I everybody to get an abundant supply
looking for work, and to assist the statement of Professor Stokes on his
of worms. He is raising them by
farmers in obtaining good men to subject.
'
the wholesale he is shipping them aD
;
harvest their grain. Florida dairy and livestock farmers .
around the country even to the Eut- j
The legion purposes to offset the have been urged to establish .pasturesof
ern cities. lie always keeps on hand, ;
influence of I. W. W. organizers Bermuda Bahia, Carpet, Dallis,
, so the story goes ten gallons of I
.
''''''- --- - ------- --- - among farm laborers by providing a and Vassey frsjd nnd lespedeca or
worms ready for aid
"' FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL; erection of $12,600 school building, Youngstown-Work starts on rebuilding better type of men to the farmer Japan clover Such a pasture; once established he 'estimates that any there emergency 4,101
are
'
" \ 0" REVIEW '". Tampa-Roux-Denton Lumber com 1 I bridge north of town. through the bureau, it is said. Free and K'IMI' proper cru 'and '
'.. Worms in gallon 0 boy! Success
',i!," "; pany plans expansion' operations. Bushnell-Kings road being widened lunches and lodging will be given the protection, will IHf>,.'.d green grazing: ; Mitchell a
Gainesville-School of Pharmacy Millville-Building boom in pro. at this point. men without funds. Two tents have for the farm an'-nal; every'dav .n the I to Willie the Augusta worn
I laising boy, who by his initiative and
to be established at university.Over
i gress. 1 Fort Meyers-Work on new county been erected for this purpose on vacant year, it is said. In the spring anti early
120 carloads: of pineapples I Chipley-Melon shipments continue jail nearing completion. lots near the municipal buildingin summer the Experiment Station urged _energy is lessening the sorrows of and ev- ]
hunt
fisherman who has to I
hipped to northern markets. brisk, over thirty cars shipped in few Winter Haven-$200,000 contract Aberdeen. the planting of seed or ,.ee'. ''inRii, cry
sometimes hunt in for |
vain for worms
Fort Meyers-Construction of new days. awarded for construction of new ho- giving information is to how to pre- ;

,, rectory progressing rapidly. let for construc- tel. National commander Alvin Owsleyof pare the land, where the seed could 1)(: fish bait.
Kissimmee Last link of Mel- Tampa-Contract the American Legion has been Invited Not content with having what fc j
steel Tarpon Springs-Construction of secured and how to plant. That having -
tlon of $200,000 tank of
+ gas probably the only diamond-back tfI'rapin -
bourne-Kissimmee road to be to be present at the annual encampment ..
completed b
flO for Tampa Gas Tarpon Springs-Clearwater road in been done, it rename to seen
pound capacity,
of farm in the country anti possi'
the Veterans Foreign
oon. Pmellas. county under way. of that the resultant pasture ir ,',"t'"
company. Wars, which is to be held at Norfolk, bly the only fish-worm farm in tht |
{y Stuart-Building permits issued in Bartow-Contract let for erectionof Sarasota-$350,000 contract awarded proper protection. Weeds spring' up
I world, Georgia the championship -
now wins
t five weeks amounted $62,625.. new theatre and office! building for construction of Mira-Mar Hotel.St. Va., August 27 to 31. and, if left alone, will do much to
of the golf world through
West Palm Beach-Many improve- costing $60,000. Petersburg-New banking room The presence of the legion head ha choke out the grasses and clover And
.
Bobbie Jones of Atlanta. Hurrah for
the
the officers of I
ments beingmade on Conner's high- Fort Pierce-Plans being made for to be constructed. been sought by the seed .from this year's crop will
I Veterans of Foreign Wars, who de- Georgia! Manufacturers Record
addition to St. Lucie county court Pen8&cola-Muldson building to be spring up next year and there will not
-- -- ---- ---- -
way.Fort Pierce Masonic tem- remodeled into theater clare in the letter of invitation that be the left to
-$60,000 house. at cost of $75- enough of grasses warrant 666 quickly relieves

ple to he erected soon. i I Sebring-Ice plant to install oil engine 000. "the time has come for all veterans, calling the field a pasture. Biliousness

Tallahassee-Street improvements for light and power. Milton-Santa Rosa county contemplates organizations and government agen- A day spent with a team and. mow pation, 'IiI

being made at cost of $350,000. 1 I Hastings-Potato crop for 1923 building new court house. cies to work together." The legion ing machine right now is a' day well aches.. Colds and La --I

Oleander Point-New $180,000 fireproof valued at $800,000. Lacoochee T Jew hotel nearly readyfor commander also has been requestedto spent. Anyone reluctant to take to the -Pentli the best

' t.. I hotel to be erected. j I Owanita-Citrus Growers Associationto occupancy. be present at the United Spanish sun during the hot days, may fasten \

Tampa-Plans under consideration spend $3,000 for improvement of Vero-New fire equipment bought War veterans convention in Chattanooga an umbrella to the mower and ci.t the d

tf for new bridge to be erected on Mich- property. includes hook and ladder truck. to be held in September. weeds while enjoying'the luxury of

igan avenue. Fort Pierce Contract awarded for Bagdad-Many sawmills! in Santa Legion Band And -Drum- Corp To the shade Sunburned?

Key West-Many buildings under $400,000 river improvements, work to Rosa county turning out crossties.CaryvilleHendersonWhite Compete.The -- ---
DENIES CITIZENSHIP TO
r construction.West .
+ begin at once. Lumber of MENTHOLATUM
best band and drum corps
CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR
Haven Work progressing Stuart-$63,510 in building permits Company constructing logging
the American Legion will be selected -
p rapidly on Haven hotel. issued this month. I road into timber area. at a tournament to be held duringthe What is believed to be the first cool and soothes

c f Tampa Contract: awarded for ton Fort Pierce-Contract awarded for Bunnell-Jett planing mill and gin annual convention of the organ- opinion of its kind handed down by parched skin

( atruction of bridge over Hillsboroug $175,000 bridge to be constructed ov- house completely remodeled.Vero cations to be-held in San Francisconext any federal court in the Middle West

river. er Sebastian river. -Masonic order to erect three- October, One hundred bands are was recorded recently by Federal

f I Dade City-New warehouse of Lake Wales-Work starts on con- story business structure and temple. expected to participate in the tourney Judge John M. Killits of Toledo, who

Coleman and Hill, under construction, struction of new $30,000 Baptist Sarasota Peninsula Telephone; and $2,000 in cash and an equal has denied American citizenship to

I, to be completed August 1.I church :Company spending $75,000 on local amount in trophies and musical Instruments foreign-born persons who claimed

Tampa-Contract let for construction Stuart-Plans well under way for plant. will be awarded to the organizations exemption from war service. "We are Y

I of $150,000 building for Bentley development of peanut oil industry in Tarpon Springs-Riverside dairy adjudged best. unable to see how any applicant who i
Gray dry good company. Everglade ection.ery.tal Installs ice cream factory.
One thousand dollars in cash will conscientiously objects to bearingarms After'Every'Meal'r
Bushnell-Large orange to Dover--Prospects bright for establishment
nursery Work
Springs progress- go to the best band and a similar in his country's defense can take
be established. ing rapidly on road and bridge im- of phosphate plant.
the
amount to the best drum corps, ap- oath of citizenship without reservations
Tampa Work started on paving provements in Hillsborough county. Clermont-To have 2-story brick
pearing at the convention. Other and we are unwilling to accept -
Hopewell-Tampa road. Fort Pierce-New $140,000 schoolto 61oc !
cash prizes and trophies have been ar an oath that is subject to any
I ; St. Petersburg-New junior high be built in Saint Lucie county, Lejesburg Plant of Groveland reservations whatever declared HIV s packet in your
,
ranged by the San Francisco convention .
a :'y .school to be erected. Avon Park-Two new school build. Light, Power & Ice Company nears Killits. pocket for ever-ready
Judeg
committee. G. C. Conn Ltd
,
, Groveland.-plans being made for ings to be erected at this point at a coyn letion. .. manufacturers of musical Instruments refreshmmL ,
k erection of new hotel.TampaFurnaces . cost of $75,000.WauchulaNew. -T/&mpa-U.(( / S. Export Chemical "Seed Potatoes and How to Produce
.
will their award of 19-
repeat
\, and pots install Bautist church to C 22. They will offer to the winning
44 by Tampa Glass and Bottle conapa- be erected at-a cost of $260,000. phosphate plant and work 4,000 acres No. 1332, just issued by the U. Allay thirst.
and l silver
: \ loving A further
r, i .'617. Lakeland-Plans made for exten- phosphate land. cup. S. Department of Agriculture, WashIngton Soothes the throat. '
award] from thin Is
+' ; cala-New Bullock building to be sion of water and light service in this Saint Petersburg-$4,000,000 rein- company a cup for D" C., Florida U the earliestin

: .1. erected, on Main street: vicinity. forced eonereU hotel to be erected at the greatest "man mileage so thata the market with potatoes and the For Quality, Flavor aid

Sebrlne--CoD8traetJon of new section I Tampa.-25-story Guaranty Title once. smaller organization representinga question of seed potatoes is aq impor- the S iM raokat ,; ,.,+

a ,y Annie-Kisjimmea road under building t. be erected. Everglade-60JOOO- acres; of muck far off-state, may overcome the nu- tant one. Bulletin 1816 is known ,

,, ; Brewster American Cyanamid land to be developed and planted to ------ --:;----- as "Marketing the Early Potato
J way.Tampa-New Masonic home .to- bet Company to rebuild experimental peanuts. 'trained Ryes Crops" These two bulletins can be had ',,' '

>. ',.', 'erected at Lafayette and Parker plant. Clermont.-Postal Colony Compa Ooickly! reamer their strength If treated free from the Washington Uepart-

.t c -Bashnell, $185 construction of ny's 2,000-aere property to be devel- with Leonard's Golden "Bye: Lotion. ment. \

.1S1'eterabortNew. ,basinets block I Sumter county roads progressing rap-. oped into modem town. Bleed-shot relieved without, inflammation pain in one and day.oreneis Cook are,
.
.
\too' rise .at :"Fifth. street and Seventh heals and ttrentthens. Insist on havlas. ; 666 cures Malaria,Chills'and>

U' ":..yen.' V .I> .-.... dly.Saint :j'etenburg--1ew( .F/re/ Sta- it.'Every interwoven noble forever life leaves in the the work fiber'of of Xeonardi's.v>GBarantoed.* or/money It make strong n reloaded.eyes. All Fever,. ,Jengue or .Bilious or s ,

yr LsJceUnd .. tiactc.emtrde0 ;.for Uobto b t erected.r ., s iwwJsu MU it. J Fever..It
-t t -. . ... ; theworldv)) Ruskinv -_ _,f.' destroys the germs

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4TATRWRNT., In Circuit Courts IHhw. "......1 Olr.ouli .
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I'I Mad.'under Section t/.Chanter 694, ,In'aa fo..aa.*.... Oraaty"Florida ,
Laws of Showing the amountof la Chancery: .Jewell Citrus Development
taxes: charged to the Tax Collectorof Co., a corporation, organla- ,.
I Oeceola County Florida to be collected edi and existing under,.th* laws of the
IITATKIIIENT' for the current year ADo 1181, Stat of. Florida, OomplaUanU, Versus
and the apportionment of the same, to John Fay, et aL Respondents] BIn to
Made under S.ctlonSt.. Chapter B696 Law:of Florida showing -the amount the several fund. for which taxes have ClaleO Title' Order Publication...Th
if taxes charged to the Tax Collector of Osceola County Florida to b. col been levied. State of Florida' to: Arthur Fell and
acted for the current year 1911. and the apportionment of the same to the A.._.....s e.t *C Ceismty ........ Annie .....JI.' his wife' of London Bor.
everal funds for which taxes have beets levied<<,, Nov_.... 1. A. D. 1M3 land Oliver Hun.erford Palmer. If
APPORTIONMENT / GENERAL living. and If dead all parties claiming
OF COUNTY FUNDS .
.' November 1st To Amount Assessed -_......$11.648.18 Interests,under Oliver Hunrerford Pal
......- A D. 1911: Amount A Collected .....____.. 80.8H.8J mar deceased h.relnart.r'described'or otherwise. In the : 1

Amount Aeec..ed ... .____. I *' property John tI .-
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Balance to be Collected __ Robert-Murray. and
1.76T.IT If W dead
Collected -S. ? living ,
mount ___.. ___ _____ COUNTY all
ROAD' partse
of Tax Sale -- .______ .. interest under!:
.. 141.01mount
mount .. To .. ..1.17 John Robert deeeased
and Amount Assessed ........ Mnr4ay, or ether.wise *
of I rror. -Insolvenclss.---- _.... ..__. > 71..'0alance .
<
Anfount Collected .......... 11.171.87 .. la th* hereinafterdsr t
to be Collected .._____.:.__-...-_.-___.._.-....._ 000.00 scribed Francis property H. L4 II
; 8. Hatton If IIvlnsf : :
Balance. to be Collected ___u_ 4,189.10 and It dead, all parties 4l..IMIn.
tsa.Kft.il '''.111.11 FINK FORFEITURE lnterata under Fras,. IL 8. Hattoo.
'
rice and Forfeiture To Amount Assessed ........ 1.418,80 deceased, or otherwise In the
Amount Aeeneeed ___._.._.__._.__. .. __ __ $1..11..0 property
o -------- Amount Collected .._..___.._ 1.111.44 .hereinafter described All .
mount Collected .___-....____________________....... 1,13.03 clalmlnr ; parti '
mount of Tax Bale _. __ _.__ _. .. __... __ 14.lt I deqceaed r"orlaotherwise feed" Twice Much :
---- --- -- -- ----- Balance to be Collected ___u_ 10.... Kochenderfer | as Chowder
mount of Brrore and Insoveneee---------------.---- ,.... SPECIAL PUBLICITYTo In the followingdeewrlbed to ,
,, property
glance to be Collected .___..___...._._....__........ (iQO.OOP Amount Assessed ?.... 1.418.80 wit: .
Collected _::: 1.111.44: Lots 11 and 17 of Section IT. Town
-- ----- I
$2318.8016.80 ship 1C.S04.te>, Ranee 81 East, ao-' A balanced ration for'' poultry', is not the same,
C.u.., ...._ Balance to be Collected ______ '304.34 cording ... th* Plat of Narcoo.....
o Amount Aeeeeeed .,...._.____.........._________.___M...13.17 GENERAL SCHOOLTo filed' on j the llth day of January in.summeraa-it' ia in winter' Right :
mount Collected __________________________________ $15.118: .1* Amount Assessed ........ 61.175.95 A..HJ, 1890, : t no-vr'you shopld-:
mount of Tax Sale __________ _._____________________ 838.14 Amount Collected ____._____ 44.J4s.51 ALSO All of Block 196. 197: Lots be feeding as much Chowder. as HerilCJiow"by .
mount of Error and Insolvencies ___._....-........-. 1,115.ISIalance 8,, .t0.*>f All of jtWIC8'
to be Collected __.....____......_____.-______-- OOOOO Balance to be Collected nu_ 8.117.44 IiI kl.-i1. and 111.-'f: the; NewTown ( weight)
SUB SCHOOL DI8T. NO 1. of NareoOssee. according to
1311.1181.17 $11,611.17 To Amount Assessed __ 1.111.11Amount the PUt, of Narooosse* Farm and
n......*. /.._! 11'..._ I Ifa Collected .__.-_-__-_-_-_ 1,494.65 Townslte Company filed on the Too much grain makes hens.fat and lazy.,4Twice; .
Amount Aaaessed _____n____..__________________._ ru.: ,:1I.11r. 11th day" of February, A. D. 1913 .
mount 'Collected _______,________________._-.-..,-. 150.460.48 Balance to be Collected17.47. Situate In Osceola County Floridau as much Chowder keeps them cool and prepares, .
mount of Tax Sale ---------------------,----------T SSStJ SUB SCHOOL DI8T. NO. !. ? and each of you are hereby commended -
mount of Errors and Insolvencies .._____......__.... 1,18.11 To Amount Assessed ........ 694.Ot and r.qulredrto appear on the them for,the molt and' heavy winter egg production.
lance to- be Collected __________________________ --- 00000 Amount Collected ___________ 169,01 1st day of October. A. D 1981 (same .
-- being the1 Rules day In October 1938) Drop in and we:will show you why. ,
tII 2.111.11I $51.176.91 Balance to be Collected n____ II.... to the Bill of Complaint filed In this
***inl p...if eMy_ SUB SCHOOL UI8T. NO. 8 cauae.Witness.
"To Amount Assessed --..---------w, ----------------- $1.818.80 To Amount Assessed ____.... 1.618.69: the Honorable C. O. An.
,Amount Collected __u_________._/_:..________________.. $1,61801 Amount Collected: ......____ 8,176.81 drew, .. Judge of the above Court,
Amount of Tex Sale ___________________________________ 11.11 and ray name aa Clerk thereof and the
Amount of Errors and ineolvenclee---------------------- 7*61 Balance to be Collected __ __ 141.89 official seal thereof this the ttth day FLORIDA FEED STORES
Balance to be Collected. ________________________________ ooo. O SUB SCHOOL DIST u NO. 4 of July r."L. D. 1911. :

To Amount Assessed ........ '..4a.la : OVBRSTREBT. Clerk.
U.11II.0. : $ .6,1180Tlefc Amount Collected -.:______. ,1.797.11Balance (CL Ct. Seal) By S. H. Bullock D. C. .
Hrdleatts. --"- KRIBB8 *. STEED .
'o Amount Assessed ...______._.....__-.---...__.__ -.16,546 99 to be collected ____1 781.06 Solicitor for Complainant. 14-St
mount Collected ______________:.-.._______..x,,----__ '81.07.11 SUB SCHOOL DIST NO. 6 306 Broadway
mount of Tax Sale .._.__.n__________________-________ 40.1' To Amount Assessed .___...... 111.78 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX:
mount of Error and In.ol.encle.u_________ 19.14lance ,Amount collected ____._______ 86.18 nienn.
to be Collected ---r----------------------- 000.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ThatA.

; Balance to be Collected, __un 114.47 B; McLean purchaser of Tax Certificates TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS; ..
".1".99$6,641.9* SUB SCHOOL DIST. NO. ITo No. I4T. 166 lit. 167 ttl and .
3p.elal Head ytide Amount Assessed _______. 114." 168. dated the Ird day of June A. D.
Amount Auesaed ______________.__________________12,187.97 Amount Collected ___________ 144.16Balance 1918. has filed said certificates In my f''
mount Collected _______________________________n__ ISS.IS0.18 office and ha. mad. application for tat Call Up No. 218'
mount of Tax Sale ______...________..__.____________ 1.1.1. to be Collected ___u_ 11.10 deed'to Issue ha,aoeprdnae with law. ,
mount of Error and Insolvencies____________________ 7".11 SUB-SCHOOL. UI8T. No. 7 Said certificate embrace the following a
lance to be Collected ___n_____._.__________________ 000.00 To Amount Assessed ..._____ 184.16 described property* situated' In Osoeola (TWO-QNE-EIQHT
Amount Collected ________.__ 141.60 County. Florida to.wltcAll
fit,187. $14,187.97 Blocks 66 and 68. All Block t(

8...."....... ntatrlr Ne 1. Balance to be Collected _n___ 11.66 except lot IS Lot 8, t, 1. 8. 1!. IS.
o Amount Assessed ________________________________,-$1.781.11 SPECIAL ROAD 14. 17. 18 BaoGk1..- Lots 11', 8. 10, Headquarter for
mount Collected ________:...__________________________ $1.6"8.60 To Amount Assessed ________ 16.H7.97 15 14 Bock 87. Lot 1 to S Inclusiveand
mount of Tax Sale -__._ 88.11 Amount Collected __________' 81.114.16 lots 11 and 1/ Block 79. 1,09,1, and : . ( '
mount of Errors Insolvencies..::::.:::::::::::::::. 6881alance I lots t to 11 Inclusive Block 80. Lots

to be Collected. hn_____u___________________ 000.00 Balance to be Collected _on .048.71 3. 4, 1. 9. 10. II and It Block 78. all ac PURINA POULTRY' :' CHOWSNOTICIO '
TICK ERADICATIONTo cording the Plat of Runnymede.
$1.781.11 U.781.U' Amount Assessed {. .( The said land being assessed at the .
"...-"..._1 nietrivt. Jtm. >. Collected -_:::::::: 5.781.0* date of Issuance of said certificate .

o Amount Assessed ________________ ________ __ ________$5'6.00 In the name of H. Dlaaton Estate. Unless I
mount Collected ________________ n.nn.. _________ $41418 Balance to be Collected. ____u 766.90 said certificate shall be redeemed
mount of Tax Sale. ____--__._____ ______________ ______ 1.11 8. R. DIST NO. 1 according to laws tax deed will issue
mount of Error. and Insolvencies. ____________ _________ 1'4.117 To Amount Assessed ___nn ....1..," thereon on the let
mount Overpaid _____________________y-----____-- 1548 Amount Collected nnn ,,7.670.68 A. D 1911 J. L. d'l'moJT! 'jf Tb.r.:
Clerk Circuit Court.
$611." "11.46 Balance to be- Collected2,116,10. SEAL) Osceola County Florida. .r
Nab-Nehaol DtHtrlct No. X SPEC ROAD DI8T NO ITo S4-6t By a H. Bullock D. C

.> Amount A..Io..d -_----__._- __.____________,--_--_$2.518 69 Amount Assessed ______ 10.0Ila.4' I
mount Collected. _ -__------ _- _-_--. __---- ________-- $2.19747 Amount Collected. __u _.____ 18.11..11 NOTICE OF INSTITUTION! OF SUIT
mount of Tax Hal _. _- ._ _ _ .n___ __ .______ 11.33' BY ATTAtHUlKNT I
mount of Krrors and Insolvnrl_ ______. __-- ___. 110.49 Balance to be Collected un n 1.00.1\ To Robert K Brun. Ksq: .
mount Overpaid ___---_.___--_--_ ____nnnn_ .60 8. R. DIST NO. I rare Brun Brothers Grocery Company,
To Amount Assessed _-_n___ 4.52541' 49-65 Race Street, Cincinnati I Ohio.
32,619.29 $2.1119.9 Amount Collected hnhn 4.10741 And all other persons. interested
Oun.MekMl. IHMrlct N... 4. You and each of you, are hereby notified -

lo Amount A..e"H..d -_ _ -- --_ -- ____. --_ _______--_ -- .54S.18! Balance to be Collected. ______ 118.00 that Plynn-Harrla-IHillard Company - -- -- ;
mount Collected _______ ___ __nUUu__ _. _ __ _ _- $8.87074 Dated June 1st A. n 1911 a corporation havl II' its domicil
mount of Tax Hale __--____-____ --_ ____-____-- ____--__ 3327 J. L. OVERSTREET in the state of Delaware, has com- NOTICE FOR FINAL D..CHAHftlll Park according the plat thereof on
of Errors and Insulvenele.---------------------. 144.17 Clerk Circuit Court. menced an action by attachment In the file In
mount Irt the .Jud e'* Court of Osceola the office of the >Clerk of ,th.
ulaiic. to be Collected_____..____ ___ A- __ 00')."0 Osceola County Florida Circuit Court In and for Oacrola county County county' ,de. In the Matter of Ida Circuit Court of .Bald Osoeola county
Florida and sued out an attachment L. .Pfann deceaaed Notice of Application and recorded In Plat Book No. 1 on
U.648.J8 $8.648.18 IIS TIIK (OI'NTY COURT IN AND FOR against Robert 1. Bruns, and haacaused For Discharge: & Tb. tracts, lot. and block.
!IInI>-8..1. ntetrlrt N.. R. 0 ; COUNTY FLORinA.AITAtHMKNT i said writ of attachment to behwl..d Notice Is hereby given that the underalgnedr -' of land to b* embraced In the proposed

o Amount Assessed ______--__--__ -- ________________--__$21172 DAMAUKS $$0490 upon certain lands, the propertyof a. Executor of the Last. sale'are a* follow:
mount Collected. _.________._________ ___________ ..__ U'8.Umount :' THE OULF FERTILIZER COMPANY Robert F. Brun, altuated in Osce Will and Testament of Ida L. Pfann. Lot 1. 1. 3, and 4 of Block It
of Tux Hale ____ __________ ________._____________ J.JJ a corporation organized and existing ola county Florida to recover the I deceased will apply to the HonorableT. Lot. 1. 1. S, and 4 of Block S;
mount of Error. and In.olvenclee----------------------. 2111.79 under and by virtue of the Laws of sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollar L. Comer. County Judge of O.oeolaCounty. Lot. 1. SVt and 10 U, of Block *?
fiance to be Collected ______ ____________________________ 00.00 the State, of Florida <$16.00000)< damage, and you. and allpersons II Florida, on the 14th day of Lot 1. S. 4, 6., and I of Block 4;
Plaintiff. Interested are required to appear August A. D. Ittl for an approval of Lot I. 3. ..... 6. and t of Block I;
$11172 $111.71 v. to said action on the 1st day .of his anal accounts aad his discharge All of (being one lot) Block '7; .
/...-"..._l IH.tHet M.. .. CAPTAIN WILLIAM LYNG, also October 19SS. H. L. ANDERSONll9t ueh Executor. All of (being one lot) Block I ...
''O Amount Assessed ___________--_____'__________________$.lt4.16 known as CAPT W. LYNd. Attorney for plaintiff. This ISth day of June A. IX 1911. Lot 3. 1. 6, 1, 8 and 9 of Block:.;'
mount Collected _____________________________________ Defendant HeNRY M PFANN, Lots 1. 3. 84. 8, .. 7. I. *. IS IS. and
mount of Tux Sale 00________________._________r_______ 8114.4'1 Notice Is hereby given that the above Take notice that I will on September I Executor of the Last Will and Testament 14 of Block 10) . ,. ,
mount of Errors and In.olv.nel.n entitled suit was on the Snd day of 11, 1911. or as soon thereafter aa I mabe )' of Ida L?, Pf......, deceased. Lot 0. 4.. 7. S, and. 10 of Block 111
lance to be Collected ___u_________________________.__ August. D. 1911 Instituted by attacbment heard apply for a pardon for R. M. 17-9t 1.01.,1, S, 78'" ,'10.'U and 14 of Block:
Montsdeaoa .
who was convicted of Rob. .. .. ,
U4..1 ; that summons ad re.pond..ndum > ,
8114.11 was Issued against Captain Wil- bery In Circuit court for Osceola county IHOTICH OF INTENTION-. ,,AFFIVY Lot 3%. I. .. 1. I ana's of Btock'II;
8..8.1 OletHct N.% 'T. ". Ham Lync also .known a* Capt W. In September, 1911. Anyone desiring rOB PARDON. Lot 1.,4.I."L, and *tt of Block 14;

Amount Assessed ,...._.-.__...._.___...-__.._.._..___$184.15 Lynn, the defendant In said cause, but of the may then be heard on. the merit ; Notice I* hereby arlven that'I' will on ,Lot*.1. ''I and S of Block 18; ,
mount Collected .--,..-.-.-.----._-.----,------------- 1846.82cunt returned by the Sheriff of Osceola application.WM.. 1911 thereafter Lot* IS and It of Block It;'. '
September lU..
of Tax Sale -...--.....-...-......_...._---._._.. 5jount l County, unserved, the defendant beta C. HODGES. counsel. or be as heard soon apply Lot '1,1 s 14. 7. 9.1 .U1.\ IS .4.14 of
of Krrore and Insolvencies.n. *..""".......... !.!! out of the State of Florldal that said 14-lt Attorney for Petitioner. i for a a pardon* of Ernest may Wlldman. who Block 17: . .

lance to be Collected .....'-T.."r.."3UMJrt ag....}l-t) *''*J ".jiI.. Ou.OO Writ of Attachment has been levied by Tn Circuit Court. 17th., Judicial Circuit wa convicted or plead guilty of assault Lots 4/I.I.8.0, IS, IS and IS of Block
'S .. ... ..
Bald Sheriff the described ..
on following .
.J"SW'w' P "P'f In with Intent to murder at the "
and for Osceola "L05
County. Florida la
6 '
., -flU.II" $114.16 Real Estate belonging to said defendant Chancery: Jewell Citrus Spring term.o( Osceola County Clretttt 4. I. e. 1. e. .I.; 10. U. 1313; ,.n4
Hpeelel Hoed and nridae 'DI.,. Wo.' 1. situate\ lying and being: .In Os Development 1. of Block, 11; "" .'
Amount Assessed. ______nn.________-'_______'_______$8.695.78ount I ceola county Florida. towitsThe Co. a corporation organised and existing Court. 1911. Anyone desiring may then Lot 1. S, 4. 3. and 7 of Block 10
be heard the merits of the applica ; ,
Collected _--_nn_ ----_________--___________ ".*!*.86 I southwest quarter (8W4)of Florida.under the Laws of the State of tion. on WILDMAN Lot. 1. S.:4. 6, 6, T. and S of Block SI; d
ount of Tax Hale __ .71lount i Complainant Versus: John I JAMES Lot. .
-- uu--n-------------u J Section Seven (7). Township 7 and 10 of Block SS;
of Krrors and Insolvencies_____________________ 377.Btr.lance Twenty-six. (16) south Range Title Fay: et Order at Respondents. of Publication: Bill The to Quiet i S6-6t of Petitioner. Lot. 1, 4, 6, and R of Block S4;.

to bo Collecd. nunn_ .___-_unuunn 000.00 Twenty-nine (19) east levied up- Florida to: John Fay of Cincinnati.Stateof I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Lots 4 and 1 of Block 16;
I on as the property of Captain Wllllam Ohio; O J. H. Hugo of Batavia Ohio DUEU. Lot. I, S and 8 of Block St;
$9.696.78 89.11911.7 Lynn, the defendant In the James. A. Van ; Lot. !. S and 14 of Block 27;
of
Nprrl.l Ho.tl sad Hrldae l>l.t. No. 3.O above Voat. Schnectady NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ThatA. Lot 1. 11 13
causeNow. 14. 11. 19. 20. !1. SS,
Amount A..d _u__ __ __u_00 n __--_______un___$30.06849 therefore you. the said Captain N Y.; Anne Palmer Fell and E Nelson B. McLean purchaser of Tax Certificate 11, 34. 26. all of Block
mount Collected ._----____----_--_______________--_ 829829,25267punt William Lynft also krniwn as Capt. Fell her Husband of Warrenton, Vlr- No.. til. 186 and S48. dated the In the plat of the /"C acoraln&
of Tftx H .I.. __ .- ____. ___- __ --___________ 178.78 W. Lynar, defendant and all other. persons Klnla: You and each of you are hereby Srd day of June, A. D. 1918. .has filed Hotel Site of Klsslmmee Park Oeceola
mount of Krrors and Insolvencies. _. __ ____ 63714 Interested are hereby required to commanded and required to appearon said certificates In my office and has County Florida being a of
part
lance to bo Collected_____ _.-.___ __unu_________ OOP.0" personally be and appear to said action 1921.the to Srd the day Rill of of Complaint September filed A. I In). made In accordance application with for law.tax deed Said to certificates issue- twelve (1!) and thirteen (IS)sec of
House In the of KlsBlmmee.
the Court
at city
the above Township twenty-elx UI) South range
styled cause describedproperty
embrace the following
$80.068 49 $30.068 Oaceola County Florida. on twentv-nlne (!') East according to ,
Nix-rial. llo.d ...! llridse. HI.I. fto. 3 the. Rule Day In November A. D. 1911 Witness, the Honorable C O Andrews situated In Osceola County, the official plat filed and recorded

o Amount Assmaed _n__u____ n __ __n_____________$4.52642 that being Monday the 6th day of the and a* Judge of the .above Court Florida to-wlt: among the record of Osceola
mount Tollected __ _______unnu______________ $4.31\71'1.' said month, else judgment will b.. entered my name aa Clerk thereof and theofficial All Blocks 40. 47 and 48 and Lota 1. County publI. plat book 1 at
nunt of Tax Hale --._____- ____ ______ __ -_____ 15.10 nUTPtnat you by default and thisfauae seal thereof this the 18th day Z and Lots 7 to 11 of Block 67, Inclusive page 41. No
mount of Kriois and Insolvenclvs_.____________________ < iss. salunce will proceed as provided by law of July A. D. 1911 according to the Plat of Runny- ; All of fractional section It,
to he Collected __--_-____--______----_--__ _.._ 000.00 and the Rules of Practice of this J. L. OVHRSTRKET. Clerk.Ct. mede. 86.AL of Section 31. except the
( Ct. Seal
) By S. H Bullock D. C. The said land being assessed at the al
Court.
KRIBBS A STEED: date of Issuance of said certificate East of the Northeast quarter
81.1126.41 $4.615.42 WITNESS. L. OVERSTREET.
thereof, all of
Solicitors Township St
lIaled July 1st. A. 1>. U23. Clerk of the County Court In and ForOaceola for Complainant. 14-41 In the name of H. Dlsston Estate Unless Range 19 Ea.t. The said ... Bouth
wild certificates shall be redeemedaccording .
j. L. OVKnsTREETi County Florida this 4th
on parts of section
comprise the subdlvl.
NOTICE! OF INTENTION TO DIS- .
to law tax deed will issue
Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola County. Florida day of August A. D. 1921 Ion known as McCool' Addition to
SOLVE ('Oltl OItATION
thereon on the 8th day of September A.
J L. OVERSTREET
NOTICE) IS HEREBY GIVEN That D. 1921. J OVERSTREET: Klsalmmae Park accordln.to the plat
Clerk County Court In and on file In the .. Clerk of
INOTICK OF !BPBt'IAL, MASTBR'S NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR For Osceola County FlorIda the undersigned composing all of the Clerk Circuit Court. the Circuit Court of Oeceola
III"Lta. TAX I1HKI1 (County Court Seal) mock-holders. of the Oeceola Motor Osceola. County Florida. Florida and County.
recorded In Plat Book
Company a Florida Corporation will 16-5t By S. H. Bullock. D. C. No e
the Circuit Court for the SevenJudicial Notice Is hereby given that C. A.Rtrnub KKLLY BUTTON I. at page 78. The tracts, lot, .
State of Attorneys for Plaintiff 35-lZt apply by Petition the original of whichIs I block of land
nth Circuit of the purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos now on file In the office of the Clerkof NOTICE OF msnonrriON OF to be embraced In the
orldn'ln and for Osceola County. In 151, lilt and 155. dated the 7th day the Circuit Court of Osoeola I COPARTNERSHIPNotice proposed sale, as shown by the said
hsocery. John P. King et ux. Com- of June, A. D. 1920 and of Tax Certificates NOTICE OF APP..rAT.ON. Count plat are the following: )
trmntn va. Hull Oscar) Ba., et al. No.. 143. 148 and 149. dated the In the County Judire's Court Oficeola Court Florida of to Onceola the Judge of the Circuit la hereby given that the business The McCool's land. as shown on said ,
pondenta Re-Foreclosure of Mort- 6th day of June. A. D. 1911 ha. filed County. State of Florida In Re Estate his office In Orlando County Florida,, at of Clay A Thomas, a copartnership plat except beginning at the Southeast .
Jte Notice of Master's. Sale NOTICE said certificates In my office and has of Annie Vera Tucker a Minor: Orange County. composed of J R Clay and Mon- corner of Lot No.1. of .
undersign- deed IssueIn Notice I. Florida on the 14th day of August A. roe Thomas. has this day been dissolved Addition to KlaBlmmee Meool'
made for all whomIt
HBKBHY liVEN by the application tax to hereby given to
I). 10
1923 at o'clock A. M. rn
,
or aa soon mutual con.en.J.. tak-
by R. Clay
as Hp.-clal Master heretofore. ap- accordance with law Said certificates may concern that I. Mary Ann Fer- thereafter thence East It feet; thence. Northerly
lOlled to carry out the term. of the embrace the following,, described tic ns Guardian of Annie Vera,, Tucker order as we may be heard for an ing over the assets of said business, 13146 feet; thence West 6t feet. ; to'
dissolving said
al decree therein entered on the lat property situated In Osceola County a minor, will on the 17th day'of August ; I. provided by law Corporation a* with the .exception and of a few accounts the Northeast corner of said Lot No. 1,
ay of August. A. D. 1911 th.t pur- Flrolda. to-wit: A. D. 1921 apply to the HonorableT. I. P. T1MMONS receivable, assuming any and all and thence South 1314 feet to '
fcant to the terms of said final decree No. 151 of 1910 Lot 1. Block 1. as- L. Comer. Judge of the County J. K GILBERT liabilities date.Dated of said business existing: onthis of beginning The said MeCool pint.
Shall offer for .ale and sell the In- sensed to E. F. Barrus. Judare's,, Court In KIsslmmeA. In said F. S. GILBERT. except ae above being the Northwest
reat of Bald Respondents as *aA! tn- No. 164. of 1920. Lot 7, Block 1. As- County at Ten O'clock A. M. or as at KISBlmmee. Florida this quarter of the Northeast. quarter and
trent appeared at the date or the aeeseeV Unknown. soon thereafter as the matter can be PLEDGER & hA VI Petitioners. t7th day of July 1918 the East half of the Northeast quarterof
iortgave foreclosed In the above style No 166 of 1910 Lot 4 Block 1. Assessed heard for authority to sell at private Attorney for Petitioners 12-41 11-40 J.MONROE R CLAY.THOMAS. the Northwest quarter of said .eo-
cause to-wit: the 17th day of July. to L. 8 Bull. nalo the Interest of Annie Vera tlon I6.Lots .
D. 1914. or at any time thereafter,' All. of the. above being In the East Tucker a minor. In the following described NOTICE OF MAHTKR'S ""..E I. 8, 4. 6. 7. .. 1. 10. 11. IS.
the following described property. lo Division of Thurman City. real estate In said County to- IN CIRCUIT COURT for the Seventeenth NOTICB OF MASTER'S SAL.B. II. 11. 15. 16. 17. 11, 1 and 10 of Bloc
ted In Oaceola County Florida via: No. ItS of 1911. Lot 8, Park Gard..n.1. wit: Judicial Circuit of the State of In Circuit Court for the Seventeenth 18;
Winning! at the most Easterly correr and SW I4 of 8W14 of NW* .. 8EU Of NEK of Section 36. Township Florida In and for Osceola County. In Judicial Circuit of the State of FloridaIn Lot. 1, I. 1. 4, 1. .. and 7 of Block 81: .
1 Lot Two (2) of Block Nineteen. (II) 11 Township 16 South Range 29 BastAssessed I Twenty Nine (19) Chancery. H. J. Hlllebrandt. Complainant and for the County of Osceola. In Lot 1. 1. 3. 4. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. IS.Bl'oc'k's" .
the South Florida Railroad C>mpa- to C. R. Wtlkerson. I South. Range Thirty Three (It) East vs C. A. Clarence A.) Minx Chancery. Q F. Krlbbs, Complainant "' "' " * Bd-n .ot
> Survey of the Town of Klsslmmve No. 148 of 1981. Lot 89. ParkOardena the said lands lying and being In Os and Ruth Minx his wife. Respondent vs. James B. Depler et al. Respondents. ; -
ty. Osceola County. State of Florida, Section 6 Township St. South Range ceola countr.Florida.. Foreclosure of Mortgage Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage Notice of Lot. 1./3. S, 4. 1. 1. 7 and S of .Block
jid run thence South 41 degree Wet 89 Bast Assessed to J. C tbrd..n. Which be based upon Special Master's Sal. Notice 1* hereby Master's Sale. Notice la hereby given 18:
feet; thence North 47 degree Weot I No. 149 of 1931. Lot 39. .p .. the Petition. for sale now on file In given by the undersigned as Special by the undersigned as Special Master Lot. 1. I. 3. 4. 1. .. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11, IS,' j,
feet; Thence North 41 degree" East I Section 6 Township It South Range 29 said Court. Master heretofore appointed In heretofore appointed In said cause to IS, 14. It II. 17. \18. 19 30. SI. 23. 13. 14. 1
feet; thenoe South 47 degrees Bat East Assessed to J. C. Dibble. Dated this 18th, day of July" -A. D. aid cause to carry out the term of carry out the terms of the final decree and SI of Block1 86;
feet to the place of beginning. The said lands being assessed at the 1918. MARY ANN FERTIC. the final decree therein entered on the heron entered on the 15th day of Lot. 1, S. 3 4, I and f of Block 84;
BO: Beginning 91 feet South 47 dates of the Issuance of said certificates - I.U Guardian.IN let day of August A D. 1913 that pursuant June. A. D. 1911. that pursuant to the Lot. 1. 3. d. 4 1. 1. 7. 1. 9. 10, 1. I.,
rrees Ea.t to the Moat Northerly In names as shown above. Unless to the terms of said final decree, terms of said anal decree I shall unless IS. 14. 16. It. I I'. 18. SO, 11. U. it,
rner of Lot On. (1) of Block Nlnei said certificates shall be redeemed ac- CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 17th I shall unless payment a* providedfor payment as provided for In said tt and Sf-1th19c30,331;
(1*) of the South Florida Railroad cording to law tax deed will issue JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THB STATE In said final decree le made priorto final decree Is made prior to the Sale Lot 17. I and I of
.npany's Survey of the Town of Kl.. I thereon on the llth day of August A. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR O8CBOLA the/Bales Day. offer for sale and Da). aal* and sell In frontof Block II;
mesa Osceola County, State of I P. 1(11. J. L. OVJiRSTRI: I T.I COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. .IN RB: sell I In/ front of the Court House door. the fCourt House door. KUelmraee.Osceola All a ndh bang"* described property
brlda. and run thence South 47 d*< I Clerk Circuit Court. ANN IB McORHW. Petition for Free KIsaKhmee, Florida on September 3rd.fl. County. Florida on September lying In Osoeola CoutJ"
sea East 60 feet; Thence,, South 41 I Osoeola County. Fiori..... Dealer. ORDER OF COURT GRANT- A./- 1)11. between the legal hours of Srd. A. D. 1911. between the legal hours ForIda. .
green vr..t" feet; thence North 47 By 8 H. Bullock. D. C. ING PETITION. This matter coming aale. to the highest and heat bidder for sale to the highest and best bidder T. t.r. of sale to be ea.b Thl*
irre oe West 60 feet; thence North 41 (Seal) 31-6t before. me upon petition of Annie Mo for cash therefor the Interest of the for cash therefor the Interests of the th day of August A. D. 11. ,
trees: Bast 76 feet; to the place of Grew and the Report of the Special Respondents as same existed on the respondent .. the same existed on JOHN B.
ginning. Said lands lying 1ft and WOT1CH ,TO CREDITORS Master heretofore appointed by this date of the execution of the mortgage the date of the execution of the mortgage SpSS
nC'. a part of Lot Four (4) (Govern I. (:.mrt mt the Cetemty J.dv*. OateeMa Court and It appoarlatr to the- Court foreclosed In said cans, to-wlt: May foreclosed In said canseu to-wlt; w. j. Steed .1It S r t
nt Survey) of Section twentytwoI CMKrfr. ...*. .t"Fl.rldsIn that the aald Annie McGrew hit sufficient 17th. A. IX 1.... or a* i Sana* hit accrued the 4th day of March, A- D. ISIS or a* Johnston Garrett f
) Township t..nt.n"II) South re Estate of Thomas N. Clark. capacity and aa-allflcatlona to alno said date. In th*' following thereafter acquired and the Interest CUH8IDL,1a + '(
Rang twenty-nine (II) BMt of To All Creditors.-Legatees, Distributes. take chare of and 'manair her own described property. located In Osoeola of,all peraons .claiming an Interest In, COMPLAINANTSlSt. H I
laha.... Meridian. Said aale to and all Persona havlnr Claims or estate and property and It appearing County. Florida, te-wlti Lot ono two. ,aid ,land under said respondents, or *I Il
nr nn tb.' lid day .of Sept.mbe.At . Demanda against said Estate: to the Court that It would be to h.r I three and >fu*4af> Section! thirty-one any of, tem since amid dates In th. CM-) 'This U"Vmt air. ')
I"'. ''betw..nl the' legal hours ofr. You, and 'each of yon. are hereby no. heat Interesta to be ...... a free dealer and Lot onei of Section thlrty-twa property.>located ,
"r. In front of the Court House deer titled and required which any THEREFORE IT IS CONSIDERED! BY I Township tw.e y-nln. South of inuOsceoladCounty Florida, to-wlt! "1Vh/n"I,"wII
slmme*. no... a.Th. term ef thJ claims and demands yen, or "l'HBI.CQURT that the reert\o the Tlllrt,. .". East, of Tallahassee ' sections 11, 1.. SS and ,.hpb .4
Captain
to be each, with the requirement either of yon. may have against the elate Special Master herein b. and the same S.... eoatalnlna one hundred Ranllf.1 3pt Township twenty-six (16) South Bprt e.
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{payment In cah or deposit a* In my of Thomas N. Clark deceased lat* la ..r.., oonflrmad and'' a license Utiarehr and forty-two hundredths of Rapes twenty-nine)' East also, trib who h4 .'aov ( I Ia
eretlon seem best at tb. time of of Oeceola County. Florida, to the underslsrned granted vnto.,thr aaJ4 7-Anal; eordla to tile Official Plat of the Bur. fractional section 18 and the west half. o w WO. '
making oY bids. Pnrchaserito par Clara B. Clark,.of said ... MoOre-tr- take ehartr* of and nanare vy of[the said land returned to the West half of southwest quarter and tl. "J> .
1 eed.- Tblaltho Snd day of Au ut. tats wltbln. two yeara.'from' the flat herewA, estate and-, property and .bo i General Land Office by the Surveyor. Lot on. 41) and Southwest quarter off cr+loau.cr1edMt'fait'f
IX. 1183.,I . .JOHN a CADBU; ,- b..roof. com a free -dealer in every. OeneralTeraa-of sold ale-.lb seed. I Mortals t.'ejaarte-**.'*'to-.'aleet.,enHi , j
ofa Master la .Chancery.)' S, .It.Dates 3317 the secondA, Tt. 1110 NB'and ORDERED at Orlando. Tata th* sad. day of A. D. 1911. 1 (13) rot said township t..ntr.UI) Ilc.n.. o"C( th/JiWkr' A
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iISTOH A OARRBTT.4, ; CLARA B. CLARK. Florida. thls'tlrd dayet July.' A.s'D, I ' \- VlBTBBD. is range'thlt7('(Sb \''t., '''' eatseotlene / !' rpllodl'U3i.11.alt.'rrhat'B'hat
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,JEIGOT KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE. fRIDAY AUGUST,,10. 1.2S "

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Elizabeth and Margaret Waring, and BOY SCOUTS ERECT "

SOCIETY'S REALM Mrs. L. Fenn, Those attending this de. THEIR OWN,MEMORIALS I ffh', '

t PN ] lightful PaulkWilhelmina'Carson party,, ,:were. Misses-, Josephine Evelyn !. Forestry authorities of New York A a'

State the planting of 7,000,000
report h
Monroe Thomas
Marion Graves,
Griffin, Lila Carter
: ::', DANCE AT +, trees in that state for the past '12 "
Virginia Siglejrx Loaise McLean, Virginia '
THE LOG HOUSE ,
ti ,months. All over the United States, r t
Harris, Carol Makinson' Frances '
I ;. ? Mils! Mary Ben Moore, of Dunedin, -Sadie AI I Boy Scouts are co-operating vigorously ; fr .,. ' .
McCorquordale,
:who la in Kissimmee visiting Alberta Bailey, : 'in. the almost fundamental work "0/\"" J " GARAGE ''''i'' ": \.t.::; "
vis Hubbatd, Mrs. Weeks, and Messrs ...
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'J :'Brunson, and Mist Dora Bell, of New :of reforestation. In some states, ..i"" .
Garland Hankins, ponald, Walker, Jo.
Smyrna, the guest of Lucille and, notably Pennsylvania and New York, ,-. '_: : .' ,18 Emmett Street '
,Nanette Griffin, were' the honor seph Tucker), Howard. Elam, John this work, is well organized and has ,..- .
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I I I Wines* Park Doughten!; Tom Bell : -, .: r j v
dancing given Mon- enthusiastic of
'at state
guests a party won praise authorities. -
Enoch Heizberg, Walton Tyner Albert -
day jiight at the Log, House by Docothy.Bullock7 Julian ; A* an instance of.) this sort ,, .,. PHONE 47 .
Cotton pavjd.Jirunson
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Mrs BalJocR l- :
chaperoned by of co-operation In' 'interest of the
Graham, Arthur\ Pugh, HowArd Seal
'-' k d- Mrs. Weigle. welfare of the whole nation Boy

t In addition to the guests of honor McClure Lupfer=,::Arthur Steed., Scouts of Canandaigua N. Y., leased Is Getting Better and Better Every Day

'''those enJoying'tbe dance were MIs- I BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLEI'RESENTED 80 acres of abandoned farm land for

see Johnhie Bronson, Mary Weiglo, I 'a 10 year period to bo \used as a camp )
I :: FINE: ,PAGEANT"What ;
Lucille Griffin, Elizabeth Carter, site for the practice forestry.' In .

Jeanette Squires, Madge Rivers Mar- God Would Have to Hap payment, they agree that each year Prompt''Attention To Small Jobs AM Well AM Large
caret Brunson, Alberta Brunson, In- pen." was the title of a pageant press they will plant one-tenth the open
ez Pugh, Vivian Floyd and Messrs. field with suitable' forest trees and
//I ented at the First Baptist church Sun-
Gilbert Powell, Champagne Mathews, 'day morning under the auspices of in addition make thinnings and improvement It Will Be A Pleasure To Serve You

Squires Griffin Tyner, Rivers Over- the B. Y. P. U. It was written by cuttings on on -tenth of ...

street, Seel, Bullock, Makinson Mc- Rev. J. W. Watts missionary to Pal the wooded area. These boys have

Leod, Nave, Head, Rotundo, anJ estine and is being used in the Bap- already planted 9,000 trees as a starts .. -

Schwtikert. er, and within the 10-year period they
tist churches for the promotion of
will have created hand-planted for- __ ___ _ _n__ _ _- __ ___ __ .. -.
the Seventy-five Million, Campaign. a :- --
:. ; -
BRIDGE AT < < : -----
THE GRAVSTONE | The personnel of the cast was as est to serve as a demonstration that ;;; ;o ; <0- that separate copies of.k this petition County Agent Leo H. Wilson-_ .l

follows: valuable trees can be grown on land Mrs. Richard Chia- SAYS TiIE STATE tary-treasurer of the I
Complimenting- I Souther Baptist, Miss Clara Ploetz; long since denuded of them and al- 0 MARKETING BUREAU <0OOOtotOOO. Dr. Wilson Newell and the Board of U. J. Burrows, corporation;& H
holm Jack, of Jacksonville, Florida, recording
;.. to will have improved the entice, County Commissioners of Osceola secret, T.
Little; but Faithful, Mjss Ruth Hen- :
By a recent
vote of the '
)40.
r who been her for several beard
has guest of
to,.
burg Uninformed Church_ :Member wooded area of that 80-acre tract. County, Florida and that a copy of
; ernors of the
Chamber
days, Mrs. Ellis Davis entertained at | of Commerce
Harry Woodall Tndifferontj Church This work is carried on under the direction I such petition be published in, The Kis- ,
the. ; "Back-yard Poultry Keeping" the and subsequent confirmation
"a lovely bridge tea at Graystone / by-,
tti
',. of a specialist from the Department Kimniee Valley Gazette and Saint
Unfortunate
Alvin
hotel Wednellday atte.n A I Member Rediger; title of Fanners' Bulletin No. 1:131.ju..t"iRJu.d : ,. member, Secretary Burrows
9n. green
\ r r.lind rI .
Church Un- of Forestry of the new York Cloud Tribune in.. order that. the attention un
Member Chapman
,I, -. -pink color motif was carried out Uly ; by the U. S. Dept of Ag- >3e t:joint official of the ch; *mbtr
Forestry :
of Itha '
of residents the
College State. the County
enlisted Church Member Harold Wil- :.
'_. ,in the): decpratiops! ,. (rrowlrrjf plants-end' ." ril'ultunWr hiKlpn!) D. C..: The and the Growers in this"year's coop. I
a profusion of ,Radiance' lodes"'being l son; Loyal ;-Church 'ilemhe'r, .M !t.L..uh bulletin corltaine. ndriilrer':of HhIlCI -I. may. be' called' ,to the contemplated. erative effort toward: the'largest pry' I
WilhelminaCarson MERCHANT PRIN'EThere :
used to advantage. I Herzbcig.; Angels, ,' I btratianaand detail,,'ubout t'he'bujldling change." duction of strawberries and .
Marking, the places were tallies on and Eula) 8011Iissions; : was an old geezer I of poultry home slt is-',sent free This the 8th day of August A D.! In the history of the county.truckhf' ,f
Hazel Ware Nellie j.123.!' .
Brown.
which green and pink were the pre: I ; Orphan, And he had a lot of sense; ,to any address. Leo H. Wilson, of the out-roinf' &.
I The titles of the chaiartcrs
I dominating color note, aindut/ the were He started up a businessOn I -- LAKE WILSON ROAD rectorate received every vote cast bj I
shown by placards on the breasts of i' The best to control the mosquito -
conclusion of several progressions of '' a dollar'n eighty cents. |I way BONDS SOLD MONDAYCnntlnued the Kissimmee and Saint Cloud stock.)
bridge the players holding the high those taking part and each character The dollar was for stock is to be constantly on the job holders and J. A. McCarthy, the f
I well depicted the and for the elimination of ( from One rely
BO part represented. looking evel'Y PJ"" )
and low scores were presented' with And the eighty cents for an ad! other member of last year's director.ate .
that the conclusion of the Mosquitoes Smith, and J. C Tyson The
at ,
place.
pageant, possible breeding groves.
prizes. The first prize a lovely hand- Which brought him $3 a day, by dad who was able to consider further
P. I the congregation had some fine food << breed best in shallow water, load requested would total 10,197 service
waiter Mrs. G. with
painted was won by the organization In'It.
,for ,home with I" that is feet, two miles
thought to carry therii. and a pool of water anywhere or approximately according -
Butteroff the consolation a deck of Well he bought more goods fiscal capacity, topped the list of &
i] Altogether, it was a very instructive not more than an inch deep will breedI to the petitioners. Only some
cards in case falling to the lot of Mrs. : And a little more space, I rectors from Sajnt Cloud. Rev. WB.\
'41S well as impressive affair and was' supply of mosquitoes. An old tin 200 feet would need upbuilding as
W. L. Joiner. : And he played that system I I liam Landiss and L. M. Parker
gieatly enjoyed by those present. The can partly filled with water is an excellent most of the route is on high ground.All wm
The guest of honor received a pair With a smile on his face. the other two directors elected frosi
I church was artistically decorated with !ppot Gutters on the hou'sethat but 500 feet of the supposed roadis
of flower baskets. the Saint
dainty During The customers flocked Cloud and W Makinson
tat
'graceful bamboo and offer breeding tleared. The matter
and cut flowers do not drain properly was passed
game, punch and mints were served, To his two by four. Milton Pledger complete the diredt-
made beautiful background for the Small holes alongside without action at that of the
a : places. pot meeting
and a delicious salad and ice course Soon he had to hustle rate from Kissimmcc. Mr. Makit-
setting of this I ditch that does not flowall board.
pageant. I an open
I.I.1ater. For a regular store son has always been a booster fwl
i i the time are good breeding places. Mrs. G, W. Best and Mrs W E
Playing bridge Mesdames W.
were developing the
\ agricultural
RED CROSS WILL PROVIDE I| In order to clean on these placesall Sanderson addressed the board in behalf reaouraaof
J. Steed Howard up
Katz R. L. Weigle II III Up on the square the county and took a actht
LEGION: LIAISON: MENThe must be investigated and taken of a number of women's organi very '
Carson Farmer DeWitt Alderman I I Where the people pass, part in the strawberry campaign ol
sations the
commissioners
M. D. Alexander U. J. Burrows S. American Red Cross will appropriate He gobbled up a comer j care of.The , urging county last' year Attorney Pledger has M

H. Bullock Holmes Prather Fred to the American Legion a i| That was all plate glass!: tree blueberry--is now attracting to provide a salary for a pub. ]: only been a member of the Growcn |
lie health
nurseMrl. Best said she
Phipps, R. C. Jack Howaid Anderson sum sufficient to continue the activities lie fixed up the windows! attention in various parts of Flor- replemnted since its inception, but has himi lf

Harry Dale H. C. Piano, Marion 'I of the legion liaison men in With the best! he had ida. S, Rice the nurseryman of cm'<< Club the and Women's that Mrs.Club and backed his belief by his actions h

Joiner the fourteen districts of the United And told them all about it Crestview has developed a new variety > !growing truck crops and berries. Mr.

Walter Coble Nathan Bryan J. States Veterans Bureau, it has been In a half-page ad. I called the Okaloosa, which if |!represented, the Business and J Parker, Mayor of Saint Cloud U u
8 ion ill Women's Club and the Mothj
WeiI I
,
D. Woodbeck and Misses
Pilley announced at legion national head- planted in the fall will give a supply \ official of the Saint Cloud Growwi
'
Teachers' Association. She
;gle, Stanford and Overstreet. quarters in Indianapolis." lie soon had 'em coming ; of fruits during the summer. The I Ii I:' and the Chamber of Commerce end 1,
Joining' the card players for tea I For several year' the Red Cross And the duties of a public health la
never never quit i tree grows in "clumps is hardy and farming an acreage in the southern
were Meslames Stanford Willa Steed, ,has provided funds to enable legionmen J And he wouldn't cut! down I! notably free from pests. Mr. Rice has make whose province would not only part of that city. ,
regular examinations of the J
Story Joiner Sears Fenn and Barnes to check the work of the bureau On his ads one jit. 'shad :30 years of experience with this The by-laws of the association
school provide
children with view toward
Smith. I Ian relieving sick and disabled war veterans And he's kept things hummingIn berry yielding tree and no failure was correcting defects which a interfered that the directorate shall consist -

and to co-operate with officials the town ever since, [ that Write him of
BIRTHDAY PARTY noted during period. with their studies and health, but not more than nine nor IM'
The home of Mrs. M. E. Waring on I Jin solving the problems of hospital-! And everybody calls him for particulars.The would also be for work in homes than seven -Last year a directorate
;,ration and rehabilitation. The work of The Merchant Prince.
Main street, presented a pretty scene the liaison Italian Parliament has just where sanitary advice and care mightbe nine was elected, only five of whom
is under
when she entertained a number of !lof( men supervision drastic law forbidding the beneficial. She said that the,pub continued to serve throughout tin
the ] passed a
legions national rehabilitation Some it's luck
young people in honor of her daughter ; say lic health nurSes year one vacancy having been nosed
t8d"hs
No frequently a
: ,1 destruction of migratory birds.
committee. '
The But
that's
budget authorizedby all-bunk
I i Katherine's thirteenth birthday. internationalthan truant officers, and because of their by death, one by removal from the
the Red Cross will provide funds He was doing business :' question 'Is more truly
,
A color scheme of pink and jA4.i :: city* and two by resignation. Then
green was : jntimate touch in the homes ableto
1 of wild were
for ] J'Il' the one of' the killing
thelegion'a When times punkl'i K .
supervision I i ,
supervi-
were :
r i; carried, out in the decorations, pink i; .: stimulate'school attendance was no provision, ,in the by-Uwi, for
"
: sion of activities at district offices of People have to 'purchase; birds, whose food is insects and weed
vine ferns : vacancies
and filling the directorate
; roses benig used in The commissioners all seemed favorable on except
the Bureau seeds. The farmers and truck gardeners
until'July 1, 1924. I And the old geezer was wise- '
profusion. Games of nil kinds at an annual meeting of till
wereenjoyed to her request but did not sec
of the United States now fighting i
------- He knew how to get 'em !
and during the evening de- Too Bad Was to advertise. Fourth Esttte. against the pests and blight which '! where the money was coming from stockholders, and an amendment val

licious refreshments of cake and The sweet young thins: had broken I affect his crops is but reaping the i She suggested that the attendance officer passed at Tuesday's meeting, authorizing
punch were served. V\e[ \( honoreewas her glasses. She Not I | might be the remaining directors to elect
took the remains of That Kind of A Man results of the wholesale destruction i. dispensed with as in
a recipient of many useful and I them back to the optometrist. "I've Jones: Did you see where a fellow ''of bird life indulged in in years gone other places, and that the salary of Directors to fill such vacancies as

lovely gifts, and good wishes for ma-;i(i broken my glasses." she said; "do I went thirty-five days without takinga i by. Men and boys with guns have the former" home .demonsration agent 't, hall occur during the year. '
ny happy returns of the day. Mrs have I In order to have each section of the
I to be examined all over again ? bath 1Smith upset a balance of nature might. also be applied to this purpose I

Waring was assisted in entertainingher |, The young optometrist sighed. "No, : No, I never read dirty stories. I --- j i The commissioners said the attendance : county represented on the directoratl

I' guests by her daughters, Misses !, just your eyes."-The Columbian. ."-Exchange. I I The five principal western markets officer was the appointee of, 'I 10 resolution' was adopted that the directorate .

'received during the first !six months i| and "responsible to, the school board, for the fiscal year 1923-
.
-- - -- -- - - - - -- lof 1921: nearly 30 percent mote hogs! and requested<< the ladies to consult 1924 should consist of seven, ,four of

I Jlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll"II / / II II lllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll""" """ """ "11I11111111I1111I111I11I" ( I than in the same period last year I with that board to see what they 1 whom should be from Kissimmee and f

I With this increase! came lower prices. I could_ do toward a public health vicinity and three from Saint Cloud'

Prices this year have at times \beenas ;| IUIK, '" nalary. Mrs. Bent stated further end environs, the proportion of stock

1t 1- i( much as $3 per hundred below I t that the nurse would have to be holders in Osceola Growers Inc. 1 being

those of last year und leached\ the low- I provided, with a car, as much of her 00 and 40 percent.
::::::: = level since 1012. ''woik.
I -- == I est would necessarily be in the, out- ( The out-going president All'son; t Ff
- i
I lying districts and that the "
= -- THE CHAMBER WANTS organizations French presented his report for the
.
= WILSON TO REMAINCnnllnard : sponsoring the movement( had fiscal year just ended which, alter ; 4

I hoped to get the school bard to offer ,(acceptance, was ,ordered by the stockholders ',

j The Bank With CONSERVATISM I ( from Prire" Otnt'ola .) I the car formerly used by MmsAHnna to be sent to The Kissimire

I <' County for the past four years !Smith, home" demonstration Valley Gazette and the Saint Cloud

the und has most suciesxfuly and consistently agent, for this purpose No action | Tribune for publication. This...

I performed the duties of his office | was taken on the matter, pending port is printed in this issue on anoth-,

.. -- Abilityand to the satisfaction of the residents the i report as to what the school er page.

== = ann' citizens of the County and 'board! might do. The ladies stated ,I I Considerable enthusiasm was shown

= ---- '- WHEREAS, it is the sense of this that a public health nurse might be for the coming strawberry season andI

= Willingness Body that the resignation of Mr. Wil- ( lIe'url'llor from $1500 to $1800 a I I I fall and spring trucking. It was decide -

,. = \\r E shall consider ourselves 1 highly honored son will be a very serious loss to the year according Mrs. Laura Jean "*by the stockholders to recommend -

= to Serve = I' industries of the County especially Heed, state director of child wf1fare.1 I to the new directorate that they

: to number as customers those whose first === at this time when certain new industries -I in charge of the work of Shep- have a smoker in the near future for .

such as strawberry indusl'ryiwhich i paid-Townpr. funds, and that Mrs.' all growers of the county to give the

E DEPOSITS INSURED requirement of their bank is conservatism. he has largely fathered, arp Reed had promised to secure the beat forthcoming season a good enthusisf-

just coming to the front, and I'| possible nurse for this county in case tic start. An interesting feature of

/ = WHEREAS it is further the sense the funds were provided. the meeting was the fact that there

c From our foundation we have been rigidly of this Body that every effort should EAR I LUPFER HEADS were present, either in person or bj

-.;-4' be made to retain Mr. Wilson as '. THE OSCEOLA GROWERS proxy, twenty-two stockholders from
and unswervingly conservative. Whatever County Agent for this County for the each of the sister cities of the county

: reasons aforesaid ontlntiftd; from PUTS One) and the meeting expressed the

.' = )1i( may militate against absolute safety NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RES- Cloud, another booster for {growing sentiment of continued co-operation

I J I LVED by the Chamber of Commerce ''berries' and truck crop, and himself between these two cities for the goal

," -= to its depositors this bank declines. Kissimmee Osceola County Florida a grower, was elected vice president, of the county.
:'I
f = that the said Mr. Leo H. Wilson and --mil'I
= said Dr. Wilson Newell be petitionedto .

re-consider the matter of the pro-

: posed br resignation further asked, and to that remain Mr.at Wilson his- Rubber StampsWe : t;

: k i" i :Bank' of Osceola ; present post where he is now so useful I .
j

,; <: : ,( County erly and be 'spared.FURTHER from, which.BE IT he cannot RESOLVED' prop- are prepared. to take orders, for any kind ;\"'


< t* fit' that the County Commissioners of of Rubber. Stamps 'DateS or= Pads ,;

: ' ") C V a Hour 9 A. M. Ito'.C'ii'\ Osceola, County; Florida, be petitioned >: I rt, '

f I .., .' r Ct to:take such'steps' at-may be nee. " ./ r' t
j.I: e rINIIIIIIIIIII ; S ; essary. to make it possible for Mr. Wilson !- Kissimmee Valle Gazette' \
'' '' ,
to remain in.'present, position V -'

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