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 17, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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.DEMENTED MAN DEAD BUSINESS WOMEN'S THINGS LOOK BETTER DREDGE LAST UNION' MEETING *
OVERHAULED LAKE '
.'* COMMITTEES I ','NAMED ; ,OF. URCHES SUNDAY, COUNTY GETS ,;

IN, 'ALLIGATOR lAK Met Tuesday Night To Count Their FOR BULKHEADING : -
Money. And Find'That Their Fame TO DO BETTER WORK Rev. Miller Of Christian Church OUR COUNTY AGENT
Will Preach:
At Presbyterian ,
Is Spreading. Over The State .
Benjamin Franklin Released The Business--and ,Professional Difficulties In The"Way Of Getting;In Shape For Work' Church In Last' Of. ,. Series, County Commissioners'Vote'

Three Weeks Before After Women's Club held Us regular August Finishing Job Stand Good In Case Bulkhead' Plans- The series union services participated ;' To, Accept Resignation jOf ,
Insanity Examination meeting last Chance'Of 'Materialize ProperlySkipper in by the various Kissimmee 1 t
Tuesday night at the AdjustmentA ,.Leo. H. Wilson '
churches will close ,
night at
Sunday y
Chamber of Commerce the business ) .i'
Benjamin Franklin aged victim ofauicldal meeting being preceded by a week ago the city commissioners RiChard. the good dredge the First ''Presbyterian church, with The efforts of the Cramber of Com', '
mania,,has fallen prey to his served by the ladies of Saint supper John's suddenly called off the election set "Mebbe .SO." is speeding up the old the Rev. Allen J. Miller pastor of the meree of' Kissimmee and .the Saint "

obsession. Deputy Sheriff Bob Guild. It ''Was the 'first meeting after for the following day to decide whether boat this week. That I.. he's put- I Christian church preaching aoud Growers Assoclatld\rv'l \ proved;. .
Campbell and Prosecuting Attorney the bulkhead funds should be transferred the Rev. Miller's theme will be ''"The
its successful "Night Owl" of August ting; touches to it which will makeit unsuccessful In keeping Leo II, Wfl-4 '
Milton Pledger Wednesday pulled his 3, at which $75 was cleared for the to ..treetl.-or' not.'It developsnow apeed up when it starts i p. Just Simplicity of the Gospel l of Jesus" I son,"'county agent, and the county'commissioners .

body from the waters of Alligator. Highway Beautification plans of the that addition to the reasons now it has ceased its .laborf: undergo _. He will preach at his own church Sunday Tuesday, ,at:'a called *neeW l''
Lake, a short distance from the "saw club. for the annulling of the election, a the rejuvenating process.:Nobody : morning, being the only Kisslm- lag of the board accepted: his reslgJr, '. ?

dust pile" and less than a hundred Mln Helen Sawyer" president of possibility exists of removing the chief is monkeying .with it, that rsn't the mee minl.ternot now on a Vacation sation to take effect the,first of next? .

tars from where he had erected across tho club wan in receipt of a letter obstacle which 'stood in the way ,of idea, bufsinca it looks as if the dredging The Presbyterian'church will have" ,month.1'?* ,\ \: ,': /- si .. '

V. upon the .shore.' from 1Niss'Maxine Powell, president completing the, bulkheading. may be able to keep going City services Sunday morning, while In the This decision did not come, however;;? "
Three weeks before the qld rnan' had of the Business and Professional! About two weeks ago Mayor-Com' Manager Doughten and the skipper, absence of Dr. Norton and Dr.Suttoir, '_hourt..of-. discussion bad't .J.:
been) before the. 'ollrt and an insanity W''wishes:| .f.'t
commiee9Jk '* it is said that he she asked /or copies of the; bylaws, I' W. J. Steed, and Pat Johnston which should be clone if it is to continue at th.: Methodist and Baptist in the''matter 'than,.thejT'Vere! ? when. '
had lived at the Shaker Colony ll left Kissimmee on the'afternoon train but which churches. '
near and other data. The letter containedthe they were trying to '- . ... they 'etarted.1' ETery ommr.aloner'it:
Saint Cloud for eight years up until Information that the Eustis club and were gOne several days. The get'along with if the present job was r At the Baptist church Rev. George paid high tribute to Mr. Wilson ; "

three or four months ago Latelyhe had heard from several sources that purport of their trip was made known'y to be the finale.According 1 p. Gibson who is now supplying the man'and: as a county agent and aI"1 .1

has had a room in a Saint Cloud the Kisslmmee club was live one. I' Mr. Steed at W dnesd.y'. meet- to the skipper the new First Baptist, Church at*Savannah, trwe_profuse in their praise of . ; .
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"rooming house. Complaint was made Thus fame spreads.A i iil(of the Chamber of Commerce. The repairs will create more revolutions I'will reach. Rev. Olin Bogess will fat Johnston, attorney for the Board; .1.

because of his mutterings, and morbid + letter was also read from Misi :I t'rio'had gone to Wilmington North 'to the' utter' to the minute which will preach at the Methodist church Sun .,ixpressed hin ,.lf Very forcibly a.*' .. .. t.'"

writings on suicidal' subjects,*and Ruth Dickson, corresponding secceta- 'Carolina. to interview officials of the I| mean more sand pumped. There is"|Uiay morning. favoring the retention of Mr Wilson
he- was examined before Judge Cornier jry of the Orlando "Business anl Professional Atlantic Coast Line 'on matters relating also a change in the "walking spuds"which .1 Dr. Sutton is expected back-'for md<*suggested a possible way.to'do? 3
on July 24. A large piece of cardboard -, Women's Club urging the to the railroad property on the will enable the sand eater towalk (September and Dr. Norton's vacation'will (his,'but maintained that according to9\ '

was exhibited upon which he Kissimmee club to affiliate with tho, lake front which has been the chief and chew at the same time. At conclude September first. Rev. I the law the board could not raise they VV I

had scribbled his sombrte '.w'riting' : national federation.The atcmbling; block in the way of Kissimmee preeent the cutting! stops while the I I I Miller will occupy; the pulpit'.t the bounty,. ....nt... salary until the up'I '-:
Doctor Haynes Brinson, Dr. E. Der- local club- members invited getting a bulkheaded water front. dredge "walks." Then there is to bea 'Christian, church three more Sundays, I ration of his contract. Mr. Johnston ,

byshireand Sheriff Farmer constituted to spend next Tuesday were even- At Wilmington they interviewed the. silencer added.:! The noise eliminator I|before he leaves to complete his theological '" contended that Mr. Wilson had aefcepKed .

the insanity commission. Dr. ing with Mrs.. Hinshaw, of Orlando vice president and general manager isn't being added to keep from course. He expects to leave ( a con'tract.when./ ,; sifter theJ
Derbyshire said Wednesday he had at a picnic and swimming at who had just returned from a trip over i bothering the fish which the high wa- Kissimmee shortly after his last sermon board had voted to retain him for) r '
not considered Franklin dangerous' Lake Cor.way. party the company's lines and was enthusiastic ter has brought,up where land lubbers I, on September 2, and will sail on 1923 at the same salary as heretofore, !

nor a fit subject for commitment. Dr. Committees for the next three about Florida. He laid i usually abide but a Morris silent chain the Mohawk from Jacksonville for he bad-accepted the salary' 'and contin, r wt

Brinson and Sheriff Farmer both say I months were appointed' as follows: something about Florida being the (drive is being installed which will do I I New York, en route to visit his p.r-I ued to serve Mr. Wilson did not

they maintained that the man was'' Program: Mrs. S. H. Bullock chairman gold mine of the United States predicted ''I better work. and incidentally will make ants at Jersey City before resuminghis I consider himself under contract sine'J ,.
crazy and should be sent to tho asy- Misses Kathleen Bearden and wonderful future, and expressed less noise. I i studies at Johnson Bible College the expiration $f the former signed

lum, but they finally consented to Elsie Norton; Finance: Miss Estelle himself greatly surprised and I The dredge", since its moving to the I i I in Tennessee.Mrs. agreement the terms of whcih coveredhis

sign the release upon Judge Comer's Persons, chairman Misses Anne pleased at the amount of development !present location to fill up the famous W. H. services up to the first of theye.r.
II Farmer with Mrs J. l'
getting from the old man a promise Squires and Lucy Buckets; Member- he had seen going on in this state "Rosypunk" canal, has been do- I W. Welch, her guest from Tallahassee, ; He has; considered: himself

that he would immediately return to'' ship: Miss Rhea Pherigo, chaIrman The Kissimmee gentlemen presented ing good work, the present spot fur- and Mrs. A. Rose, Miss Orpha Rose, foot loose until that time and when
his people in the north, who would' Misses Irma Holzman and E. L. Wen- their proposition to him, which looked nishes a higher grade of sand or a r and Glen Rose motored the offer from Lake County amt,
| to Daytona I
rare for him. He did not appear in- : ner.i toward the city acquiring the railroad dower grade of gumbo, or a better ,Beach Tuesday. : with the advice that Gainesville authorities

sane in conversation, but talked ra- i j! property involved in the bulkheading, grade of both or something. But shutting I .;_ II I I had decided to transfer him,
tionally. But he had a mania for suicide : plans, and they were given a careful down means a loss of treasure at a considerable rise :in salary, he V ,
stories. The state institution BAND REORGANIZESFOR hearing io Skipper RiChard. He has been I FORT MEADE WILL considered himself free to accept the .!.
Vtt Chatahoochee is crowded according i Mr. Steed said they were not given getting a collection of relics from oftorn ,' .'\0

to word reported to have been received SEASON a great deal of encouragement but< the bottom of Lake Tohopekaligawhich PLAY HERE TUESDAY .Thcr meeting: was called to consider

W Sheriff Farmer and its officials NEXT they did accomplish one thing which would do credit to King Tut'a Mr.Wilsons resignation,,which, on .1'
md advised committing only canes un- looks very promising. That one thingwas tomb, some of which have hieroglyphics Accounti"of his,nob having: learned'of
''oubtedly in need of institutional care.: Affairs Will Be In ChargeOf the promise of the railroad offic- t on them which look as if the fel- Southern League Pitcher 'fo th.\\ proposed transfer 'In i time came

The state hospital was crowded, Executive CommitteeOf ial to send the superintendent and engineer low who wrote them named the lake. 1 Twirl For Team Which Has toa'Jate-"for the August meeting. MT. ; ',

the old man had relatives and so the Three OfficialsThe down to thoroughly investigate He has one coin with fish, and sphinxes Lost Only Two Games Wilson "explained his position teftaiitely j."I ,t:

! protecting arm .f the. atata was with- the matter. % Furthermore" he said trigonometry problems. and bananas --- jetting that he. was not asking ,if,
drawn. H* tottered on a few days, KI.limmeeConcrrt Band reorganized these officials would be rent with a engraved 'on It. He also has Enriched There"is a classy baseball gameNm for an'increase v *"in alary." 'He had'f. V '

and then fell victim to his manic.! The Tucsd.y,I11 ht for the season view of trying to see reasons why they his bank account by something I tap for next Tuesday afternoon. The presented his resignation The .Chamber ':

mute cross he erected on the shore of 1923-24. George Gardner was should comply with the city's desires. like a dollar and forty seven cents,'Fort Meade aggregation which has of Commerce in Kissimmee), ]

his coat and vest, Containing a Philadelphia chosen president; Albert Button manAger and not to look for excuses why they. in dollars quarters, dimes, nickels,'and j:won, twenty six' games this year and the Saint Cloud Growers'' tiOnJ

.. bank book scribbled full of ; J. Nathan. Bry :.. ,secretary- should not do, so. pennies which the dredge has salvaged (only lost two, will meet the had ..ked'hlm to. stay and had 'peti \
' puicide references and newspaper treasurer,' and Roy Prentis, librarian.It These Coast Line officials are ex- for him. One day he pumped' out a Kissimmee Cow Punchers. And the tioned the board te make such adjustment -,! \

clippings of men who had taken their was decided to place the affairs pected in Kissimmee' any'' day for the gold monkey wrench. Pocket knives said Kissimmee Cow Punchers have in salary as"would permit hint,; :y
own lives two 'Or three bottles in his ,jof the hand this yea..'under directionof purposes outlined,v and the city officials and cooking utensils are common tro been on the upward trend 'for the to 'remain,,!iwftbovt saez ee.1 H-r"t -1'

clothes, containing I liquids a partly an executive committee with "hire, and Mr. Johnston. are hopeful that phies. Electric\: light fixtures and ear past few weeks, and will make'every Johnston suggested that the board re-,
emptied phial of bichloride tablets, a and fire, authority: -This committeeis the results may mean that the original rtogs.. Ford parts and practically everything effort to change that two into a three; tale Mr.!Wilson fen\b.balane.eot *t! ; ,

couple of bundles of rope, bear testimony composed of the president, managerand plan of providing the city with its else sold in a five, and ten It will, be a battle 'of' south paws, year,. and agree with him that be!t i'

of sane planning impelled by secretary-treasurer._ It will have great asset of parked waterfront and cent store have been disinterred. : _', with' ugh'$rown. Southern Leaguer should i..have ah ,.increase for .tho f ollowing :::. "
t disordered obscesslon. Fond were not fuN authority .to engage players let public improvments in that part of the lon the mound for the visitor v r and '- yeah The- Hoard I did, ;'.;I

I 'packing. More than a hundred dollars them go' pay them and raise money city will be carried out. SCOUT CAMP STARTS Peri for the Cow Punchers. Bob considerthat procedure possible ot1 I
were in the old man's clothes, for operating expenses." jjBrower/ late first baseman for Van- view of the fact that they could lI :t
book showed MISS FODA McNEILL I Iderbilt University, who is,in Kissim foretell what conditions might be .
rear the cross and a bank A good many oflast year's playerswere : j
a balance of more than that. But at the meeting! and other will,'''NAMED TEACHER-- OF 6B WEEK AFTER NEXT mee visiting Gerald Rivers, and who that time. They did not want byl .I.

hit mind, the guardian of his Impulses 'be on hand later. Elrrrt Griffin who Appointed Successor' To Mrs. Graven ',;will get a tryout with the Saint Louis stand in Mr. Wilson's way now J

was not properly functioning. has been transferred to Orlando dur- Who Reel gued: No Science Teacher Kissimmee Scouts I WantingTo !Cardinals,willbe_ seen at first base for the,opportunity' advancement]
Sheriff Farmer and Doctor Brin- I ing the summer is expected back, anda I And Athletic Director Engaged i the locals. Russel Crum,. the regular come,. however: ;V and"the ,,final'actioa. j'
nn had both believed him crazy and new clarinet player is in view. Tuesday Attend Should Send In .go-gettum first baseman will be working was to accept his resignation.

'bey say that when the court assured j' night's meeting was attended by Miss Foda McNeill of Kissimmee Applications Right Now '1 that day and Kissimmee is fortunate :
them the old man would go back to F. B. Ammes, Walter Bass J. Nathan who has been teaching at Ocala for to have Bowen to fall back upon. MASQUERADE BALL TO-NIGHT }
the Camp Silver Lake, three and a half Crum, by the in addition to his FOR BASE BALL BENEFIT
two
-datives they expressed the opinion Bryan, U. J. Burrows Russell Crum, yean, was given appointment way
then that he was likely to be pickedup i, George Gardner, Walter Griffin W.j as teacher of the 6th B Grade. miles from Sanford. That's the place stellar performances on the initial tbG.tone;:
ri
fill the caused I where the Boy Scouts of the Central sack, has the distinction of being the To-night at Hotel i a
.by authorities, some where on the ,IE. Hansell, C. N. Philips, Cecil Prentis to vacancy by resignation '
Florida Council of Boy Scouts of only Cow Puncher who has in five dollar prize will be given to the .I
way. But he wasn't. Instead thevatcrs Roy Prentiss H. II. Shrigley, and of Mrs. Roy Graves at last week'smeeting I played
America will for the week of best masked couple, at the
of Alligator Lake gave uptheir Albert Sutton of lastyear's band, and of the County Board of Public camp every game this year.
I
August 26 to September first. The : ade ball given for the :
1 dead. BrD. Bowen new clarinet player. Instruction. Cycombs Young, whose star has
There is a parallel to this ftory. pupa I Miss McNeill is at present in Tenn- cost of the camp will be five dollars been rising so rapidly during the past base ball team. ma.quel'.f'j} !
July 24 was not the only date 1 Miss Winifred Lewln a recent essee and the Board does not know and one dollar must be sent in with few games, wits out of the game yes Music will be furnished by

of the examination of Tuesday's I of the Kissimmee School of whether she will accept the appoint- the application. The applicationmust terday with Eustis nursing the Musical Maniacs, and a
suicide, but of another old man merce is working with R. G. Minick. I I ment. Further complications arise be received by Scout Executive (wrenched shoulder received last Thursday good! time is assured. A 7

:is well. It is a story of Sheriff Farmer I had been hooked and, firmly by the fact that she has also been ap- Harold J. Boyd who will be in chargeof and it looks like a few days more Is expected, as the money will go to,
grasping school in the camp, on or before next for him to wear wound stripes. With the Cow Punchers. 1
inviting a man to go to church, and ; the hook opened the door just'' pointed to a Desoto county,
of the sheriff a black for the officials there also being unawareas Wednesday. Cycombs and Pen both available in "
getting eye
enough to squeeze: the match GEORGIAN WILL PREACH .;
Applications be secured from
may Tuesday the Cow Punchers
to her intentions.The emergencies -
his pains. I the crack: The sheriff pulled th"OUgh// V. AT BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY: '
G
Hankins Allison T. Frenchat
or about
had made the are not worrying the hard ,
The Saint Cloud (authorities : end grasped the man's hand. vacancy by resignation r
phoned for the Sheriff.. He went over did so the other hand, doubled Into '! of Coach S. W. Cason, who will the Gazette office. They must be hitting Fort Meaders. Rev. George C. Gibson who is supplying ;i'

to that city Sunday! night, July 23, a healthy fist met the sheriff be city superintendent of. schools at approved by the Scout's parent, and i, Yesterday's gam/j with Eustis the First Baptist Church' of ,

and was told of a crazy maa whomit ly in the eye, and he carried a square-1 boanti-1 winter .Park ite, ;t.'year, remains unfilled be signed by the acting Scout Master showed some classy fielding and some Savannah, will occupy the pulpit .t '
The combination of Science Verne 'Wilson, or the chairman of the of the same breed of hitting. Cecil)I II in Kisslra- t
was feared might harm himself or ful "shiner" for several days. | | j i :t I the First: Baptist Church ;
'teacher and athletic is Troop Committee.The I McLean in the field made three .
spectacular
,others. He went to the house, a As they took him to the 'waiting director proving mee Sunday morning.Rev.
structure of two rooms In the front car _he stopped, and_ talked the" ) a difficult one for which to find announcement of the camp will catches, one of them )brevent- Gibson la a graduate and poets r' r
again
I the The school is at make any scout's mouth water. It a Eustis score in the first inning. tiacon. .
one of which a kerosene lamp burned mumbled jumble of a few moments be- proper person. (fing graduate of Mercer University, ; ;
low. He 'called to the man byname, I,ore. He said it was the langunge of present in touch' with a young man says that the camp is on the Dixie Roland Tinker at second, did some besides holding several' 'degrees '.
Abram Huff and:was answered by'a'''a dead Indian. In court he told suggested by Professor R. M. Evans, Highway' in a thickly wooded tract more of the flashy fielding and nailed 'from theological seminaries.; The officers :r'
Osceola with plenty of trees and shrubs to(, a number 'of twisting flies which cordial
none too pleasant AwL.The voice them that he couldn't understand it, formerly principal of High. of the church extend a "
came from the darkness of the rear for could anyone else, that he talked This man J. H. Coleman is a graduate study, or s alk game through. Fine \held down Eustis' hits, Pen only allowing Invitation to the public, to. bear' him. :,
bathing with towels, slides dock
of has had ; two hits. The Cow Punchers
of words Emory University,
A peculiar jumble .
room. God.
The
with same opinions as to '
low mumbled and -ulaln Ule -and condition__ four years athletic experience and and spring, board. There will be a'annexed five hits off the mighty Warnley W. J, Steed returned to Kisstmmee .
Huffs held
the
were by
place for the sink easies" to get three of them made 'from few' ', visit.
the sheriff tried a different tack. He members of the commission as In the majored in sciences. From his application being' by Sunday night a day* ;
to talk to-the he appears to be the m.nto swimming instruction and the lake Joe Tinker out of four times at bat. to Augusta and Atlanta with 'rela- \:
said he"had come over Franklin e.... Neighbors testified ,
inmateDorft .want anybody to horseshoes fill the bill but no decision had affords a fine "kennel" for the seas- !Joe got a pair of. two baggers and a tires While away he saw the- exhibition I
the old
that man "
pitched in that the time of tmed "water. dogs and they may single Holmes Prather and "Hunt" golf match between Bobby Jones :
talk to!" camethe iinswry.:"Corao on, with them and was not dangerous. Dr. ;come regard up to
practice dives, flips, and "belly-whack- the other two hits for the and Adelr Josh\
aid the sheriff, "let's 'go to church." Brinson the this writing. Johnson got Perry against ,Jlotehlnson :'
finally again signed release -
answered Huff rs". to their ,hearts content during.. ,Cow Punchers.'Bob Brewer, the Van- "'and Frank Godchaux.. ''which r :s
, r'Never go to church. .still maintaining that the man '
"last TYSON GETS COMPLIMENT rho ...swtmmnig periods :<{<,tarbilt varsity man, and Russel Cram wae'giau as!a'benefit for th.,Oro. ,
tim..Ijwegttheyljdldn'tttreaty } ; should,naye, institutional care.,Sheriff I ON HIS FISH'STORY I There will be arable ,corpa. of,intructora .shared' first base for.half the game pha '. Home of the Scottish RIM II.. .
me right;? Farmer iwfnaati._tai ..i n..1t.- ,
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- ii n"*'!"+"y HH* .i ors hand .almost 'ar.i apiece and that.aaeansrthe bag was sons;' oi "1 r'' t
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fo, Friendl&offerribreu1litnor'esponse dark i The $hedff..aid:,it:would.be but" ,a VTom. Woodal, at:.Lak.landtWada I .;pout:'can'.advance 'one rank*whl1.'heIf.tJae1.e. well:fixed'all .the .time.. .,. , '.. L . ., < .."..., ,q
,' eave the mutterings, from'thr ,short time ;ib.fo'riV 'be'd.dlaft'' 'toy go The"GacetteHLaat week"The Ca et e 1 .*There will be'an'experienced :4 Some flashy playing in the field:...uexJdbIa.cI pulled 'doable play. f ewnham U Win,'ifleloVEostta.got .
ness, ao the sheriff ehant dhls/pr: ; jr published Claude:.on'.flh.| ) Jy m.This you let have a' '
vedure ; "
again. rCa me and'. urOmlsou1'to(9>get aim week Claude Tyson got a lettek sanitary. Soeuts must. take, along* h Orlando '- ;
u'm.tahf''hd'aked; wTo T Ui surprise 1 himself if uot1ier'ocaesreee.'To. >) Bulldogs, wife broke a legfin.the an drtgalntIn.tb. iitp1t14wMle'.th.JCo'wi ; ; *'
I It said: "Dear Claude-1":: If I loved ia their;4 own eating ot. naUa. There ...f(' early season, and played yertt.r.day FUDCTeer"iloovd.; bN.ba\.tIIe.\
the answer was affirmative three, and rorj an II .day the judge. t'a'away, -.b1a.YacatiOll, ,LIAR I would come ayMtd bus you si< lot of other isterestliig' information j I| with Enstla.-bat IM failed to register firstand'onefa the Vaeeoad.IIEestW't ;1 S. ',

old main omwb4r'aboat> A'this, is beingwritten, vthe'report to death. Tom.-j *fei 'io a ii.l.i rtba application b1uIk.i and .R1ery[ .lit.ff) P.-, A' 1' y hits.eaBte-ea*.each in'thtf feortb sows e

aIM In oat of the dtrkness: and blinked! comes'that,HufL" is barricaded aerou'Ida, In hiskmely ) J ont.lnrth: Ki....... ,troop r who| .Wamsley'struck out nen.batten, eighth, and Elaabn....". got ,two vin>*i 'l
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1 ,.," r rl 10. I .T.i.1pOiU"NE: I. .1 ROBS CALOMEL[(' 'L OF' :: :"

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} ny: Medicinal Virtue .
Retained
pJ. Osceola county, wag not very well proved _Dangerous and Slckeni.V1Qualities and 1_

)1y: represented at Gainesville Farmers' Removed Perfected Tk'.'
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Week let Called "Calotaba.-,
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4 Those from Klssimmee and .vlclnttyt The latest. triumph of
modernaolenoe
( were --Mr and( Mrs. J. V. Trego, I Is a. .'.d..nau..t.4. calomel ", '

Paul 1 'A. Yatesr Miss 'Andreson., and C known Ioin..J.to.tb the. mo.t drug..en.trade rail as"Calotabas,..v.e4 of
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Clifford Lester 'at the wheel 'We Ae dl o'popularltl .purlad and InnI' :
all the with ed from those '
found good roads ,gray objectionable Qualltlr.
1'1'I'1\ 4,1\\',.. e1\ .. the exception of a detour. The farther which In blllouenees have heretofore, constipation limited,Tu beatl.".,

t 1tto1,1! north we went the better we ache and Indlge.tlon.and In a
variety of liver stomach and klowi
'IylaRcptaant ,liked the appearance of the country. troubles calomel was the moat *"00.*7.
Ga'inesvttle- seems to be a clean, ful remedy, but Its use waa often ,
lected on.account of Ita .IckenlnVoi.V.,
i "Ao.\ nice town and the University build- sties Now It Is the easiest and moo

Pot"I ingll well built, and with a good '..p.plarant'e. Calotab pleasant at of bedtime medicines with to a .wallow take On,, '

water.-that's all. No taste no V?
I ping no nausea, no salts. KIi
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The grounds are well laid off but nUhfs sj..p and the next mornlnc*'0!
were not well kept weeds every where are feeling nne. with a clean liver a
purified system and a bl* appetite.
apparently not having been mowed what you please. l No darnger, Eat
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., ; thin summer. ealed Calotab packaRe are ppriiceothirty-Ave cent
&oJ We spent some time in the experipient for the large, family. package: '
cent for the small trial .1.... Tot!
q e.N station and saw many beautiful dru-alat Is authorized to refund tb,
I'hrubR. and flowers. We had price a. a !guarantee that you will h ,,
grasses *
Why the Good Old \ wished that the English name insteadof thoroughly(A4v.) delighted with CalotabaPUBLIC .,,

the botanical had been given as ='
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'' Remington Pump Gun Still Outsells all Others with WP The are the authorities short representation on Botany.seemed, well there pleased being I STENOGRAPHER:

JESSIE D. KLEINMAN'JUSTICE
700 registered Thursday ;
The summer school was not closed OF {;

There's-a new 20-gauge model, too-the best 1 t.o we could not (ret in at the dorml- HANDLES ALL PEACE CLAIMS t

.!or)'. Next year they have prom-

the See it dealer's i..1 better arrangements and -
t .. of light-gauge guns. at your expense
.: will not be BO heavy. I.: F. KRIBB8 VF. J. 81'11:11I0":

T. We were pleased to find so manyinterested KRIBBS it STEED

; of your friends who shoot a supper isn't so' apt to say anything I young men. Good attention -
A'Rernin ..... ..'. sad r..l.r. at Le.
r :': ton 12-gauge Pump Gun- about these technical features. was given to all lectures, especially KlMlMM**. fieri**,

I.! those oncitrus fruits. The evening Severe I i>rae.le. !. all ..... ...
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there are lots He'll tell you Remington entertainments were of a high Vatted ...._ C..r.

h has made this the favorite 12-gauge Model 10 shoots harder and strai&ht- .

ever since Remington brought it out in er than any other 12-gauge he ever had class.We could tell of the cows and the PAT JOHNSTON O. P. QARRKTT''

1900-the first solid-breech hammerin his hands, has an action that never milking quarters of the poultry and JOHNSTON ft GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW
their houses! but all such things must
I less repeating shotgun ever produced. balks or clogs-and seems to get better ,
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I seen to be known. Offices: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank

Or better yet-if he'll let you-bor- the longer he uses it. i We sincerely hope that the county Building.KISSIMMEE .

row his Model 10 and take it out in the nary W better represented next year.A FLORIDA

Jf f in line for something"noon Subscriber. .....,
you're
fields or down by the water for an after- :

and try it for yourself. specially good in a 20-gauge- Milton riudger Kill F. Davie I
THROW OUT THE LINE PLEDGER & DAVISATTORNIcYSATLAW

Get your dealer to show you the new I

Remington Model 17. This is a ham- (;.i\e Them Help and !Many KlrNimnier I
Fire arms experts always comment on StatiHank' MulMIngK1SSIMMEK.
mcrless; solid-breech pump action, too. Peopleill Be Happier I
the precision and finish of the Model 10 : Tli-ow Out the Life I.Ine"- :, FJ.OlIllJA
Chambered for 2'?s inch shells which
-the result of 245 separate inspections Wiak kidneys re?d l help.Thcy're ---J
gives it the power and range of a 16- -
often overworked they
in the Remington plant. DR. R. J. DENNING
gauge. It is comparatively newbutAnd don't .get the 1 poison filtered out of the DENTIST

they remark that the receiver is already many old-timers swear by it as }Mood. Over the Poatoffice.KKICB .

of solid steel-instead Will you help themMoan's ?
machined out a "real man's gun. ) nouns: 1 to ii.jo. 1.11' t. |.
I Kidney Pills have brought Residence Phone 174
I of made of stamped steel:: metal or a The first time chance to -
1 you get a go benefit to thousand of kidney offerera. Office Phone lil

cored casting as is done with many shot- the gun rack at the store and look at .

H guns. these Remingtons. Your dealer will be Kisimmee testimony proves their 1
AGNEW'
worth. Ak your neighbor.I. .
P. A. VANS
But the man who goes out for a day's glad lo tell you anything you want to I.. II. Parker carpenter Kissimmee ,

sport or to get a few ducks or rabbits for know about them. nuys: "The motion of the saw weakened I ATTORNEY-AT.LAW OFFICES l'I

kidneys and caused lame
my
I Winter Park Florida I
1.lI.k.'hen I went to pick up a timber -> I .
REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY, Inc., New York City
I had awful pains in the small of

Established 1816 my bark. My kidneys acted too frequently ooooo ooooooooooo oc.

and the secretions were scanty 0 4
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and burned in passage: I heard *
COMPANY. TAMPA
t : Mo Z tJ7 about poan's Kidney Pills and one .
\ I 2Oa.g.. J'i box procured at Roberson's Drug MONUMENTS *

J1 I Remington. Pump Quit .. : Store cured me of all the'trouble." P *
I ., i''Il< f'prlce'' :'60c,*' at all dealers. Don't !

,simply ask:: for a kidney remedy-get

2 Iloan'R Kidney Pills-the same that Kissimmee

Mr., Parker had. Foster-Mrlburn.Co.,

THE AUTHORITY IN FIRE ARMS. AMMUNITION AND CUTLERy Mfis, Buffalo N. V. |. .
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I NEW BOOKLET VALUABLE $ Real Estate Agency |

; TO BANANA GROWERS .
I -- 4 FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT +
II 4 INSURANCE *
I "Commercial Banana Growing in 4 INDEMNITY BONDS *

Florida," is the title of valuable
---- ----- -- -- - -- -- a new O 4

;11(.This is not the time to spray for the 'JOCALA FUGITIVE GIVES ST. CLOUD MAN KtlSES pamphlet being sent out free to all o OOOOOO OOOOO >+

/ j jL control of this insect but you will be i SELF UP TO SHERIFF FARMER FINE PEARS ANI MANGOES\ ; by W. E. Bolles. secretary of the Flor-
AGRICULTURAL POINTERS II' --- ida Growers' Association
I Compelled to use the oil emulsion I Banana
J I .spray this fall to clean Henry Fulwood one armed youngman William I'hipps of Saint Cloud, was Oldsmur Fla. It describes the best S. B. AULTMANREAL LI
up
A' LEO II. WILSON COUNTY AGENT the trees for the winter in or'Jer to wanted in Ocala in connection exhibiting Rome fine alligator pearsin |' varieties in detail, how to grow them
I I with the death of a negro taxi driver Kissimmee the first of the week 1 how
all
expect a paying the coming successfully and above to
crop sea- phoned to Sheriff Farmer last Friday which he grew on hit place in Saint
Strawberry are having I 'ike '$400'to acre
growers (son. Right now you should sec that $1,000 per as many
that he wanted to give himself The Cloud. One of them weighed three
some fine weather now to prepare 'l rou have the Red Aschersonia white- up. are now doing. Others grow ba- ESTATEand
I sheriff took him into custody and notified pounds and two ounces, another two
I your land for this fall berry crop. fly fungus in that will I nanas only for home fruit and ornamental '
your grove assist
Sheriff Thomas, of Ocala who pounds and fourteen ounces there ,
VVTiere have fine oftoss
you a growth in holding in check the further purposes and this new pamphlet -
other I(I came to Kissimmce on Saturday after being more than fifty on the tree. (i
/ cowpeas or some cover spread of the whitefly. There are two : will b e very helpful to them al
the prisoner. They are of the Pollock variety, and'
FIRE
crop, thoroughly disc the land and other whitefly fungi that do so. INSURANCE
good
turn under' all vegetation. This will Fulwood tells the story that he haJ Mr. Phipps is budding some trees in
work that in the brown and
enable the land to settle decomposition red fungus. At the fungus time sold the negro an automobile anal:I that Kinsimmee for S. L. Lupfer. Mr. j Federal government the states, --

of vegetable matter will take I present you two payments had been made upon it. Phipps also has a mango tree bear ,counties and municipalities spent
can secure cultures of the red fun- When he tried to collect tho-4hird payment ing fine large luscious fruit. $976,000,000: on highways last year. 11 Darlington Avenue
place, the land will be in fine shape | KUS from the State Plant Board! in l
to plant in September and October. Gainesville. See j the negro refused it y land Kul- .. I
your county: agent I wood said he would take
Where you expect to use manure, I about "
ordering name for you. 'negro said he couldn't apd"attempted
scatter broadcast the land before
over
I The growers 'in Saint Cloud and I I to draw a knife, says Fill. wood, whereupon I COMPA'NYCONTRACTORS CITYMEATJARKET
plowing.
: 'Kissimmee
must stand by your growers he shot him. BASS CONSTRUCTION
In rounds I have found
my a large associations if you expect to makea Sheriff Thomas tells differentutory.
a
number of strawberry plants growing!
success in trucking. If your season -
It is
alleged that Fulwood AND BUILDERS
her in this county that will be ready is good there is little trouble in
hired the him in
drive
negro to a taxi
for sale in September and October. .
mistake'\producing a crop but successful and killed him with a piece of timber WOOD, BRICK, STONE,
Last year the growers made a sections have learned Fresh and
trucking long MeqJ
with an evident robbery motive. STEEL, STUCCO .
by'buying-' plants from other sections, .
ago that it takes combined effort and N. F. BASS JACK BASS

and this year I trust the growers will close co-operation by the growers to WOMEN LEGIONNAIRES 322 Royal Street O 616 Sproule Avenue VegetablesPhone

use all the home grown plants. Look market the crop to the best 'advan WILL HAVE A PARTY .

the plants over before you buy and tage. -' -
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then'you know what you are getting Women members of the American 44
, Growers will find splendid display "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR HE KNOWS"
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and -only move plant to your land |;f farmers bulletins in the Chamber of Legion will, be entertained at a special
For 35 the K. O. Painter Kortlllarr .
< tin
dinner and the of or years 'omp ny furnlihrd FlorIda
party on evening
until'all conditions are favorable By Commerce building in Kissimmee and K-rowtr with rrrtllliem. Th- continued patronage of experienced arowen -
October 16, the second night of the gives proof of satisfactory remiltfi.HKTTK.H .
ao doing;you will secure a fine stand Saint Cloud. If you need bulletins KISSIMMEE PLUMBING
the first setting-. legion national convention to be held 'O.D; fKHTIMKKH' HK: "U)K WK" WOVLD MAKE IT
on trucking citrus fruits, general
Lots of rain this summer, and I farm crops, cattle and hogs write or in San Francisco by the women legionnaires Write for New Fall Price Lint Just Issued SHOP

loot for'k great season this fall and call for them. of that city. Although the E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jack.. .Ill., Flrfaa
winter for,the'producer. I wish to legion is usually considered a man's i

encourage the production of more The Masonic Temple of Oklahoma organization, there are several thou- ,- .- . -. -- _, nI' Nothing Too BIg:

in county..A,.greater vol. sand women with service in the World Nothing Too Small
our
crop City is soon to have a powerful radio /
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; ume'or truck''crop* is'essential to' a broadcasting station from ''which addresses war who are member T in good stand, V ,- ThC:>> Yr1I'psC: >>:II1I

asfal-msrketlng season..The peoplemust of Masonic Interests and musical ing. I ... ;, AU WorkGuaranteed: J '.
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realiz*that fact, and depend progt'am' ''will be<:sent out have ,. r,' "
over I. Telephone engineers just fin. licensed Funeral
note)reach 'yu1' from th..eultlvatlonI \ the air. ishedwhat is said'to be'the world's i' .Storm mitJ Chapel I Director To ,Be. Satisfactory, f

i of the soil In' the productionof I truck j- I . t
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I first ooe-pair submarine telephone 'l--: A Si am*.SjHtt. tl*.i5rWn/. Kmmi tt '
;,' cropp> eltrus>fruit' -and;'general t,farm F. C. Angell Secretary of Roger cable from aDbt''CataUna' Island to SIrt AN".. AU? 1r..i I' 5 Broadway i Telephone 143',y ?

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i TtieNJf'-'lt< big crop of whlteflyr in Rhode !Island baa teen elected forthe48th'consecutive I miles away Seven conversations can; it If ''you hare roomitOt.ntt&smi1l'ir.rtia.m ; J

.4. many;groves about over ,th4'.cou u:* ; ;,time.; .. ',1. I flow where but'on. flowed .. . ._6fArei___! -.ff,i/1' PHONES4'Re.I4.. e.s I 71 _". la-, otu 1./ / .tuna wtU fiU the / :'is.
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Never before in the Annals of the Mercantile History Kissimmee and Vicinity has

-. such stupendous efforts been.put forth to make this an event long to be remembered. ,

Every article in the store reduced; nothing reserved Come expecting big things and you will not be disappointed -

for we have put the price so low on this new, clean stock of highgrade merchandise that our shelves

will almost be emptied at close of sale.. Better come early and get the pick. Below we quote only a few of

the hundreds of good things that await you here-so read every line and .



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"Headlight" Overalls One Big Lot' Ladies' One big lot Solid Leather Men's $6.00 Dress Shoes Men's Genuine 'Palm One lot' 'Ladies' 'Black M

Best made and best Black Vici Kid Strap Work Shoes for Men. -lovely styles and ex- Beach Suits, tailored by and brown Oxfords and
known. Specially pric- Pumps and Oxfords. Best values in Floridafor tra good leather. Specially "Schloss Bros." None Pumps; all leathers and
ed, only . I .95 Very Stylish and ex- I i better made. I
$1 money. Specially priced $4.80 Specially. styles. Specially priced
tremely comfortable. priced 31Ladies'. . . priced at . . .
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Men's Blue Chambray Specially priced atMen's $2, .95 at. . . . 2.80 at. . $10.95 I $3.95Ladies' ,
all-silk full fash- -- -
Work Shirts, extra Ov- One lot Black Satin ioned One lot Men's Mohair
Hose. white
extra heavy Specially $7.50
good value specially
priced while;they last at eralls, well made and Pumps. Specially<<: good priced $ 1.40 Suits, well tailored and wash Kid, Strap Pumps, '+

2 For . . Sl.OO cut extra, large; worth quality and styles. Spe- at . . . serviceable. Specially Baby Loiiis Heels. Spe-

j $2.50.. . Specially. . .$1.55One pricedat ed cially at .price. . $3.95' Beautiful selection I: at.priced. . $13.95 ed cially: at.pric-. . $5.95
Men's Solid Leather Elk Men's Dress Pants in
One lot Men's Suits,
Scout Shoes. Specially special lot "Ladies' About 100 Men's Silk Palm Beach, Tropical See our line of best
with extra trousers
priced for quick sellingat White Canvas Oxfords Ties. Some values .over Worsteds' and Summer ; a Dress Shirts made at
. . . and Pumps; all good $1.50 Specially real bargain. Specially : ,
$1.95One heels, values to $5.00.;') : . . 19 C Woolens. Specially priced priced 2.85 $2.45$1 1 .60
priced at $16.95
. . $195, I
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Big Lot Men's Ex- priced at Men's
high grade Mer- '
All Bathing Suits,
Smith's $9.50 Smart new
tra Large Roomy Work Men's best made Strictly cerized Lisle Socks; all lot Children's San- ..
Shirts.i All sizes Tailored Pin Checked Shoes, equal to.the best, styles and all woo) ;
sizes' and colors. Specially dals and Pumps, worth
better than the
rest.
strongly built. Specially '0 Pants. Specially Specially priced at just
; priced at . priced $ 1.29 priced 29 c lots more. Spe9 5 s*' Specially $1 60
I 9 5 C at. . . . at . . . . cially priced at priced at 1-2

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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 1 ea REVIEW j| Pertaining To hurches'I I| W.'

THE WATCHER .
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4 BUBLISHBD BY a Safety Harbor Construction of -- ,
METHODIST CHURCH
I" THE KISSIMMEiB VALLEY QAZKTTK 'pa'paaaa'aea o.I1. 4raaaa new bridge to start ''soon.. !
w EVERY TKISSIMMEE. (
Bartow-$25,000/ to be spent for Rev. W. C. Norton Pastor. LIBERTY
FLORIDA.
of the most
f Irene Castle, one popular : ,

W. B. HARRIS- ._._...-.PresidentB. esthetic dancers In this country draining jungles along northern edgeof 7:00: a. m.-Union. Sunrise Prayer ; .

O,;' VANS AONRW........Secretary follows through the Associated city.' n, Meeting, in Bungalow. v ', ,;i .
speaks as .
r. ..ALL1..0N T. yHKNCH.Editor .. a:46 a. m.-Sunday school. J L. ,.
Fort Myers Hart-DeLacy .
Compa , :
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Overstreet, superintendent.
HUD8CRIPTIO1V RATES
ny's plant completed
.I 1 Ono Copy,.One Vear---.i.-__$200 Tin horrified at .the manner of 11:30 a. m_Preaching by Rev. 01- '
On. Copy, Six Month.._t- 1.00 alone in New York but Leesburg-paving ,of 'many streets '
.t --- Ono Copy Three Month.__...__-- .60 dancing, not enders '- *' In .Bogess I! _ . ._ . There,: is no liberty: -without,; self-reliance.-
{In--the Central Wst. 'ItIe simply way. ; ; \ .uu p. m.=Senlor' League dovorjtional ( .
n (Entered at the poatoffloe at KI. lm. pfalone.-New school building to be ' '
shame disgrace .
nee, ,.Florida an aecond-claas matter.) {-unspeakable: It"ls a and eervice. \ '. Increase''yoy resources. Lay up something r
+ that police have to be retained erected. | 8:00: p. m.--Union Services nt the
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i cgmmunlcatlontf thorUed correspondent except must from b. .I.Igned au-- jby! hotels to supervise dancing, yet Bartow..:.:.Plans being made for .Presbyterian '.church. .4' you can 'faU,, back upon. Start a 'savings 1

by the writer. '", that is what Is being done nightlY' street and sewer improvements here. 1 f 8:00: p. m.-Wednesday. Pray:
!h ,c Rejected\ matter culled will for.r .bo returned If '''in New York." Fort Myers-Work starts on construction 'i Meeting. i account and be free from the fears apd J

'j' j' "' of bridge over Hancock I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ;, ;j"} misgivings. of the future. :
creek
1 ". I Ys.tatl4nr Alarmed
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., 'I\Tln. When the federal officers at New Milton-New school building p'an- Rev. J. ;A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor.

\. FRIDAY AUGUST 17, 1923 York seized some liquor aboard English ned for district No. 43. I I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. Carson t

I __ Barrineau Park New Catholic Classesfor 1
I vessels that was under the seal Farmer superintendent. -

AMERICAN SIMPLICITY of the British government some people church being erected on Quintetto all ages. .' ., *' V Atmore road. 1100; a. -Preaching by Rev.

"For a century the story of Thomas, I of the and AlexSmarty type' were thatit Tarrpn--.Joqe'Vranquez & Co-npanv ,George C. Gibson, of, Savannah. 't
prophesIed
frightened even Merchants and i
Farmers
Jefferson riding up to the White would bring on war between the beginning manufacture of preserves 6:45 p.' m.-B. .Y. P.: U. Devotional Bank
his meeting. .
HOUBO horseback and tying and
% on and jellies.
did however
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countries. It. not
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I horse to the picket fence, then entering : In a recent speech addressing his own Sarasota-Contract awarded for 8:00 p. m.-Church.Union Services--- --at. -the- OF KISSIMMEE"A

unattended, has stood.as g land- countrymen, Lloyd George uttered the (paving three streets. Presbyterian

mark and symbol of Amenca.i simplicity following noble words. "America made Fort Pierce-New Raulerson buildIng meeting.8:00 p. Wednesday: Prayer HOME INSTITUTION"

in high places. Latterly there to be erected at cost 'of $75,000.
up her mind with the decision the free seats and a welcome to
alas been a notable tendency for ceremonial courage and the sweep which charac- Sarasota-$100,000._...bonds 'Is ued strangers as. well as those who be-

pomp creep into our governmental terized that great people to try suchan construction of new school building long here

life. The inauguration of been in district No. 1. .
experiment as has never PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCIi
M1 IG III., President Calvin Coolidge has been a made on this earth before. Give hera Longwood$30,000. to be spent on -- .

1 refreshing return to the antique) sim district scrool building. | Rev. W. H. Dresch, D. D., Pastor
{air chance. i __ .
plicity fn which this nation had! it\ If.Filling St. Joseph--30-foot bridge complet :i 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school. Prof.

II beginnings. Stations ... ed on Bee Tree road. I D. B. Shaver, superintendent ao'. o ooooOOOtoooooo'oooooooooooooO.t.o }4'a400

The story is one to thrill any man' There are many kinds of filling! Lake Worth-Construction! of Cor- '1 11:00: a. m.-No services. I RIGHT GLASSES--NOW

woman or ohild. In a small, old- styled, and ners highway along West Palm Beach 4:00: p. m.-Junior Christian En-
I {I stations; .old styled new deavor.

fashioned farmhouse, undistfnguVsh- others with no style at all. Some canal progressing rapidly. 7:00 p. m.-Christian Endeavor t I Will
.., ed from millions of others in this pro modest little tin can stations by Fivay-30-foot Bear Run bridge meeting.. preserve your eyesight for the future

country, in a "parlor" where'the the roadsides where the wayfarer completed, 40-foot Bulkham creek 8:00: p. m.-Union Services. Sermon t We fit you correctly attractively satisfactorily

humblest citizen would have!! felt at can turn his old sheet iron turtle in bridge under construction. by Rev. Allen J. Miller. Subject: "The t Phone today for an appointment

home, ,by the light of an oil lamp and give it a drink of the automobile'selixir Millville-Reports much building Simplicity of the Gospel of Jesus."

with a few neighliors: as witnesses, of life, while others are state activities. 8:00: p. Wednesday. Prayer i W. E. SANDERSON CO.

Calvin Coolidge stood in commoM garb and These latterare Gainesville-Masonic order to erect meeting.

and received from his unpretentiousfather ly splendiferous. red $125,000 temple. I I Visitors will find a cordial welcome aaaa6ao4aaaao+ooooOO to 64..oooo
usually painted just as as to a home-like church. 1 O"
i
the oath that made him the New hotel under I
construc
Howey
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make them and ,
human endeavor can __ __ __
most powerful ruler in the world. I(I tion. CHRISTIAN CIIURCIIRev. h - -- -- --
around
not simpl: have a chicken wire screen I OWSLEY SAYS '\ : I I KOK HU..KSixteen) lots highest eta
The only Brown of Portland MP
procedure was i the glass tank and a card with 28 Company, Allen J. Miller, Pastor. SEES RUSSIA WRONGLY vat Ion In town by aur\>'. dose /..
and straightforward, but almost au- I it to indciate the number of and Berlin, N. H., to acquire 60,000 llnlf of them on paled utrt.el. with
printed on
i I<\\alks and
.
I 10:00: a. m.-Bible School. C. E. sewerage corer4
people concurred -
land in
tomatic. And 100,000,000 acres Everglades. Company .
simoleons they charge for their ser Yowell Stating that United States senators with lurite bmrlnir orange. and
without question or protest. I intends to raise oil-bearing plants and superintendent. grapefruit trie I Easy tcima A. T.
vice. Some are plastered over with I 11:00 a. m.-Preaching by pastor. and congressmen who visit Rus Morrison. City 2tf
i -4ti
jSo easily is a change of rulers ac- use oil in combination with hydrogen - --- ..
plaster nnd others are stuck over with ("The Personal Touch. sia see only what Lenine and Trotsky --
in land that has learn- I fat which it 'Olt HAI.K20room' hotel and drr
/ complished a ',(stucco but every one makes it the gas to produce a cooking | 6:45: D. m.-Christian Endeavor. plan for them to witness, Alvin Own- goods store For Kent-Fllllna; .te.

ed to govern itself. And so easily i it' I I the chief I net of its existence totell "'will market. Subject: "How To Make The Best of 1 ley, national commander of the American Ito,, and store Sue J. Mcl'hatter
and directly can a genuine American I i Sanford-Contract let for construc- 21-tfe
\ the "juice." Life. Leader: Katherine Denning. i Legion denounced the plea that _

Step into an exhalted place from no I Another kind of filling station thatis tion of new pre-cooling plant costing: I 800; p. m.-Pastor will preach at I this country should recognize the soviet FtH furnlrhed.8AI..K-; Modern both room 4-rooni bungalow.
I ; garage; 1 city
matter how humble a rank. I r older is seen in all cities and towns. 60000. Union Services at First Presbyterian 'I government of Russia in a recent lots. ; 12 hinrliiK citrus trees I...

Here is a new "return to normalcy," Sometimes the word "cafe" is printed Tampa-The Tampa Book and Sta- ""Church. Subject: "The Simplicity of' address delivered in Cheyenne, Wy. qnlreV.Cloud., J Htetd. or Box 63.26.10ti Saint!

an example more potent than a thou- on their front, and some folks think tionery Company's building being en- the Gospel of Jesus." Oming. Full,
,
1.1'-Soil block of
Jacksonville Journal. I five lot Is
,and sermons. that it is French for calf,.but that is larged. Evanscelism m.-Wednesday. Personal "I damn with all power I've got the Mouth Klsslmmee. 6O feet each br
Stuart-Plans being made for erection class, conducted by the JO H, feet llaritaln for caah. Apply
a mistake. It is a pleasant custom ', plea that we should recognize the sov- Valley riasette
u Suppose the last Republican convent of Kettler theater costing pastor. u.
'I nominated Henry Cabot' for people to gather at these cafes at building 8:00: p. m.-Wednesday. Prayer iet government of Russia," he said, .
tion had FOIl RAI.F-4IOt< acres Rood
for Vice-President. Wouldn't I an ,appointed time and fill up on $200,000. I Meeting. I "and I do it knowing full well that a land, near 8t Cloud. For quirk pasture alt

Lodge corned beef cabbage, fish, tripe periwinkles I Sarasota-Contract let for con- We welcome you to worship withus. number of our senators and congressmen IS 00 per acre Write 8. D. William
this country be in a heluva fix now? struction of new McAnsh hotel cost- auchula.. Florida. t-H
and hash and incidertally to are taking special trips arranged -
-Tampa Tribune. __. __ > SECOND
-. rtlsrnss! current events and cuss the ing $350,000. ST. JOHN'SPISCOPAI.. CHURCH by Lenine and Trotzky and reporting and repaired HAND The GOODS Casino, bought. U-tf eo1l
t will take service when they leave. Thus it is Avon Park-Buck Island Cattle conditions over there as those two
Orlando Mattress Factory ..::
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11:00 I'
with stock a. m Morning Prayer. I
Company organized capital
stations would have them WANTED.WANTKP .
." care of your mattress troubles.-Kisaimtnee seen that these serve as 8:00: p. m.-Evening Prayer. see those condi-
$16,000.
Valley Gazette, Oh, is that amusement centers also. 8:00: p. m.-Wed 1eaday: Litany tions." Man who understands farm

so? Let 'em send a man up here The oldest filling station of all is I Oak Grove-$6,000 bonds i issued to and prayers. Choir practice tollows.CIIRIST'S Deportation for any person who ad- work work by and the can handle Married team; steady.
year. man
then to chase all the bedbugs off the the home. Here it is that the family pay for new school building.LeesburgState CHURCH vocates sovietism, bolshevism, or the ..' Address r O Box Hi, Kit-preferred

ones in our boarding house.-P. II. A., gathers three times a day for the highway connecting Pentecostal destruction of the republican form of aim 10.. 1121WK

In Times-Union. eats. Ah, there is where Mother Lake, Marion and Sumter counties to Corner Brack( and Oak) Streets government, was urged by the legion NKKD: an Industrious, reputablt
first magnitude! be constructed at cost of $750,000. head. lady or gentlemen to represent tie
.shines star of
as a .
genuine J. H.V.tkln. In
A school teacher over in the bend Such ''things as she provides! The I I Fort Pierce-: Plans progressing; for 10:00: a. m..=:Sunday School Inter.national I Klsslmmee. A few Brood Product territories
building bridge and across Lessons. TlEAD also open In other nearby ..111... Ta
the other day told a native that he memory of them lingers yet. Buta causeway 11:00: a. m.-Sermon by pastor. THE VALLEY GAZETTE nationally advertised Watkins Product .
the' this old Institution river and deepening channel and turning : I hard been known and Used
in
L' Noticed his wife wrapped arm change has come over 7:15 p. m.-Young Peoples' Service. since 161$. Uon't accept any ether

!' '.of Morpheus,after dinner' these .summer and the home is no longer basin. 1 8:00: p. Evangelistic Sermon by offer until you .ret our propositionIt's

' Ijj days. "Yea and Morpheus is what it used to be. The children I St. Petersburg-$170,000 building pastor. -. different free Full Write particulars andnnmplen J.

'L. Aching' fer a load of buckshot if I git troop in after school and grab a few permits issued in two weeks. 7:30 p. m.-Tuesday. Instructive 1 Ildv 11 \\atklnn nre Co Dept, >ill>I, today Mmphll.Tcnn a
i Mount Dora Bible teaching by pastor. i S4ltxIF
Mount Dora-The
new
hold of him" replied the native--Ba- eatables and are off again to a party, 7:30 p. m.-Thursday: Weekly -- - -
anxious hotel will be completed October 1. YOU do any kind of farming In
dance their
leer County Standard. movie, or and Prayer Service I .
}o'l..rl,11yo" should! Lakeland Plans made for
mother wishes to goodness that: she' being 2:30 p. m.-Friday, Women's Bible ti and Htockmnn. which d.awith\. fit

A fish for every worm at The Nigh could have them at home of -('vcringosts building new hotel in this city. (I Class. Mrs. L. B. IIi don in I run. and truck. fnrrnlnir. live Block.,

: Owl and Bathing Beauties from Other them I; Tampa-$14,000,000 to be spent in i Communion service first charKe'j poultry and d..lr'lnK. .Send. for frimniplr
; : she used to, but no, home, to 1 ''each month. copy or 26 cents fur throe
Couf1tries.-Ad in Ki'simmec Valley and near this city on construction and Foreign month.. Yearly ..uh..rl"tI..n. 1100;
has become but a quick stop, !a sleeping fering taken second Sunday each threeoar 200. Published twicen
Gazette. But what chance hrs a : and filling station on the highwayof improvement work. 'month at evening service. FOR SALE month. AridroK The Farmer and
matrimonial otherwise trag-I I II Ocala-New hotel to be erected in Come Pray Believe. All welcome. Slocktnnn.! No. 10 Newnan KtrrctJiirkmonx
poor worm or life. Oh, the pity of it, the I Illo. Florida. U-tfo
I to jro to the Night Owl-P. 11. A., of it! suburbs of this city. STH \IIKRKY PI-.ANTJ I Foil SM.KMIxHlonnry - ----- --- -
edy __ THE MESSAGE OF RADIO
nnd Klondyko Drown LOANSIRIAN'S :
I Fort Pierce-Plcns made for con-
in Times-Union. : ,
, I -- from fiiHh northern nur> ry mock ._
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ARE YOU SUPERSTITIOUS struction of casino Indian river thousand --r.-----
: over thin spring Three dollar. per .
6'
David Sarnoff and ;; under Reserve v.t"m on
vice president t
..
r Htarke' <:ash with .rII. ,.
The Chicago Motor club has a fleet ----- '' Ocala-$150,000 to be spent for mu- I "Itv ot farm )Orop'I'I'' II '.rDe-
4 ( "A crack fn your chimney is a sUI'e' general manager of the Radio Corporation dot 1't,uutpl ..hll."t und goof ,I .0.1l Company. Keith Kl.lk. ('In<'ln.
of motorcycle riders who pick up bro nicipal improvements. lilanIn T. S' William Staiko. Fla nail Ohio. 34-111
5 sign that are going to move. If of America, says: "No elec- s5- i.1 I
: ken glass on the streets when they you This state has no bonded debt. -
dream of smelling smoke it is a. trical development of our time or at LOST
receive a call. Kissimmee Valley you Crystal Springs-Work on new FOIL HAI.K-GO,0(10 Missionary lrRw-1
sign' that are asleep and had better any time has been more rapid in its berry plant, now ready f3 ., -- ----
Gazette. S'hard life, mates, they you bridge over Hillsborough river progressing Phone 18H Guarantee losT 'I)'in .-..!;"v night; AimuM 3, atOr..r"
wake To paper-hanger scientific advance and its commercial .", <"hanib -
up. see a J. N. 1'arker 34-He nii'ctlnK. or 1".lw."
never get a chance to pick up a bottleof indicatesan ( rapidly. ''growth' than 'Radio. This new art is r of <"omm.-..... and drug store a
hooch-it invariably breaks whenIt papering over a flue-hole Dado City-Large bridge is being; )'dR BA1..K-An attractive home, furnish pocket book contulllln "",...r... rerelpta .
impending loss. It is bad luck to ( already engaging the world's thought, ,.... 221 Verona, corner Vernon some change. and' name J. AM .
falls.-P. II. A., in Times-Union. erected over Cypress creek in this ,-('arthy Jo"ln4".I..a...' return tdMusette
houae. 33-41
t, look into a dark closet with a match. and has opened up vast new vistas of --mar--court- effee nod keen t h.. manM

Magnus Johnson, newly elected sen- It[ you see your shadow from an oil i,county.Tallahassee-$300,000 to be spent electrical and social progress. SlcicD&-if 1 not already on our malllnic for r."rd. So .1".l\on.. \ ....k..d.-'
- ----- -
lint and receiving catalog sand
name
ator, so we read, only recently said lamp while filling a gasoline stove it on improving city streets. He conveniently catalogs Radio under nod .ndilifrHa for our InterentlniK. and KOKTSunday "I"hi. on Alnln street
"We will show those indicates crowd of people coming to three general heads: Marine Instructive new Fnll catalog, Kll- KlHMlmrnee. l n. A. It pin. tnnravedonho
for publication: Wauohula Contract let for $20- gore tieD Co. Plant City. Florida. I brick .It ul h :Mlldn-il llenrtrlcka.No
Wall street fellows by taking the bull your house. When\! the wind moansit 000 for Wauchula seed Communication, with its huge net 32-71 13$5<2" Finder return to 111
4 building new North Main and receive
atreet Orlando)
I. by the horns and looking her right is extremely bad luck to burn trash work of ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore -foil RAII'-Strl\.wbprry- planta MlaKlonary reward. 35-lt*

Straight in the eye." near the house. If you smell!! gal company.Palmetto Work starts on new addition service and what it means to the safe- and Klondykea.; any qu'inllty. "-
--
i. Looking fc.r in the eye, Mag, isn't or gasoline and look for it with a to hotel building. ty of present-day ocean travel; Trans planta; Krowiiiff; ready on July new lat land If from Interested fresh. MISCELLANEOUS _

;I going to help any. You'll have to moVe light it fortells that you are about to oceanic Communication the new international write J. M. Truby, Htarke. Florida. IF YOU do any kind of farming W
-12tx Florida should read The Farmer
around to the other end and boot the start on a long journey. Even if your I That Finished That facility now centralizedand and Stockman you which'deals with clt-

old girl.-Tampa Tribune. house and furniture are "covered with Two soldiers in a colored regimentwere directed from America instead of rus and truck farming live .toe.
FOR 8AL.B Fine roaldence for freoaamplo
I' property. poultry and dairying" Send
insurance" it is extremely unlucky to boasting about their company abroad as of former days; and Broadcasting Apply at the office of The Valley copy or 15 cents for threo;

Fowl Fowl have them burn on Friday, the 13th. buglers. I[: which brings into our very Oatette. Klaalmmee 1-tf three month. Yearly fl 00.aunacrlptlon.Published, twloj$1.01:

Guest, (at country hotel) ; Where Perhaps you are not superstitious "G'long wit' yo', boy,':: said one 1[homes the great thoughts of the na FOR SAI-K Banana plants lady finger a month. Address The Farmer an

Is that chicken' I ordered an hour and do not believe in signs. But these "You got no booglers. We is got de' tion's leaders< music, and other formsof variety 25 cents each. W. B.. Harrla.tfx Stockman.Jacksonville No., Florida.10 Newnan Street 11-rte

f ago?" signs which arc recorded by a Mon- boogler. When dat boy wraps his entertainment. -

Waitress: "It'll be here soon, sir. tana city official, have to do with lips aroun' dat horn and blows pay He prophesied that in the very near

The cook hasn't killed it yet, but she man's most valued servant and most call, it sounds jest like a symphoney future it would be possible -for any

has got in a couple of' nasty blows." terrible enemy-fire, and we should band playin.." I person in the country to pick up his

r< i i Record. them.-Berwick. Register. I I "Wel, if yo' like music, dat's all ordinary land line telephone and ask

) i in' fo' food for connection with a passenger lineron J.R.CLAYGar
I Hunting A cart containing several right; but if .yr111 yearn ,
negro
the
Atlantic or Pacific ocean, with
with
wants hypnotic
boogler
a a
I Two small boys, staring in a bar- field hands was being drawn by a you when ah as great ease as accompanies an ordinary -
I't'fcershop window of. London, earnestly mule, says an exchange. The driverwas note like we got Boy,
call between two houses today.
f looked on as the barber pent over endeavoring to induce the muleto hears old.his Custard blast ah Mouth looks Jones at' mah discharge tt 'and d Machine Shop p

\ his cuBtomerV halt with a singing increase its ,speed, when suddenlythe '' ; No Wonder r, :
y beans an' ah' ..18: I 1 ,
torch. "BlimeyI31111"one; : of them animal let fly with its heel 'and "Strawberrieti'I
behave An Irishman called at the,
yo'selves.'Yo' express
t "he'a.lookK for 'em 1 dealt him such a kick on the head he
ejaculated, with office for a his SUCCESSOR CLAY THOMAS" 1 1Farming''Machmery 1I
.
streuhedon' 1 de whip cream,out,mah dish. -Chicago package.giving name. : .
:, / li ht.3Too Exebange4 t ,,, A... / 'Itf.i was the ,ground in a Tribune.. I l'After:the clerk has searched vainly I

'. .i; ; I-Slow 'Fps"A' Funeral. -'"- twinkling."Is he hurt?- asked 'a stranger' Just' a Minute. \::, the.which Irishman looked pointed to be about out a what package he '; J; .r'

I f Waiter," did the customer, after anxiously, of an old who had
negro, Citizen-Thatfs car. The thief
my
i ;t waiting fifteen minutes for his soup, Jumped from. the conveyance and. vaa .fixing a blowout< was and expecting.remarked The- "I clerk don't.examinedIt know Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt tj
: !
,.,r."have*No yon ever" been to the too, I landing over" the prostrate driver, j'' (PollcenaaAU; right. I'll gd ovenmad whether this is yours 'or not, I seethe i,
sir.
"No bois, was the ready reply; arrest him. .

;; r} "Well, you ought to go. You'd en-" "dat mule will probably] walk kind o'dayortw j I. Citizen-Sh-shl Wait till he gets 'Tfe're name a is liar obliterated.," promptly" responded BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL ,MAKES ", OF \ CARS_ ,t!l

c' i I Joy seeing the.. turtles. whiz wiHrw you.-1. I It t.endah.Jor. butJ1e.tn't"i, the,.tlr pumped up.-Toronto Tele-..Pat.j'I-said O'Flaher .. _. l
r F -- Exchange.- .i._.II.-T-......_-im_... -". .. "",, I.hQrt'-Exchange' .-' ,o_ _----1"- - _.- -me-name'was. ,
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martra7i'$ ; .. ,, ', '' ,(,.,...'.I \ .' '
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY .GAZETTE.: FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1923 HYJCHappenings : N

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Miss Thet; Phay is visiting In Winter .

Maven for'several days. ,


-1 Some extra'bargains in boys 'shoes.

set Sizes 3 to .6; good for school wear.



( cal : Ask Mrs.McCAULEY'S.S W.S.Graharnl: : left Klsai.nmeeWednesday : Notice To Car Owners '. s

.. -- for Palatka where she will Q
!
;. .....' ...- visit Mr. and ,Mrs W L.',,ThorndykeiMiss ; I

children ,.......... o...... ... :. ., ..
Shaves,16c; haircuts, 85cr _- -_--..-.-- .-----. .' '-- Delia Ledbetter: has ,return.. , I, '
11> - ,:; ,;I I.c
:Se; at Casino Barber Shop. .20-tf WEATHER, REPORT elf from,an.extended visit to Tarpon .. J.; ,Ii.A.

Postmaster Miss Rhea Pherigo ii r> Official .O Springs and Orlando. GOOD Tire within reach of all if the i
vacationing in Georgia. Bulletin of dally temII .. ; ,.
'> perature and precipitation ''fur. Eugene C. Bryan, of Haines City,

W. B. > nished by the Kissimmee Cooperative -' visited his father, N. C. Bryan, in KIssimmee r :
Furnished Flat for rent: '
and REMINGTON' FABRIC.'" 'A J
14tfS. 110 U. S. Weather Bureau yesterday;; ACE CORD ,
Harris; Gazette office. 110 Station, for the week ..ending* -- .. "

L. Lupfer spent a few days at 00 Thursday, August_._._ 16: < Miss Mattie Bell Harris who has stand under the 1
I' O Tire that will most grueling,
been
De Funiak' Springs this week. > Date Max. Min.Prep. spending the summer at Morgansfleld up \. ,,
'
Atlanta is
Kentucky, and ,
.00 Friday, Aug 10:___95 75 .00 O
Lots of folks are catching on to the expected home to-day. : ;
and is GUARANTEED ,
low prices on drygoods and shoes, at 00 Saturday, Aug. 11.96 76 .00 use, againstdefective

McCAULEY'S. > Sunday, Aug. 12,___95 76 .00 0 Paul K. Weaver, of the First Nation.

> Monday, Aug. 13.___93 75 .005 al Bank of Jacksonville was in Kissfmmee -' material and workmanship at reduction -
a great
J. F. Walter left for Tampa yesterday -, 9> Tuesday,-Aug. 14,____91 75 .23 yesterday visiting his father ,
.. ...
morning_ for a few, days business .> Wedn'day, Aug. 1594 75 .005 O in-law, N. C. Bryan. ( I

trip. _' Thursday, Aug. 1696 73 .00 of price that will interest you. Also extra,
:9> Readings are made at 6:00 p. Annual election of officers for the 'I,
Auk. for information on the New 0> m. for.the preceding twenty-four local Women's Christian TemperanceUnion
Sam Lup- .> hours. heavy. Tubes at reduction;
York Life's latest policy.. will occur next Friday afternoon a :
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ALLISON FRENCH.
T.
14-tfc ,
fer at House
JjrtlpckjBtthe! Chapter
Mr.I''00 Co-operative Observer. <> .. ".:'-- ..
Born Wednesday morning, to .O000OOOOV600400900Eat Mrs. W. J. Steed and children are "

and Mrs. Amos Parsons, at their home at Dupont's Cafe. tf at Coronado Beach where they want I 1 '" OJ ,\
in south Kissimmee, a son.
last remain until
Friday, expecting to
Born; Saturday, August 11', to Mr. I next Sunday.We SIZES ACE CORDS GRAY TUBES !
Com in to see us.. C. N. Fielding. and Mrs. Lee Sylvester, a son. \ -

Furniture. 10 Darlington avenue.o I have it; we will will get !:it; or 30x3'/2'! . . . . . . . . . $12.60 . . . . . .$2.00 ::1
-4---- "
New York Life Insurance Co., SamL :1
it isn't made. C. N. fielding. Furniture .
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Clyde II. Norton, of Winter Haven, Lupfer, local representative; Utfc 10 Darlington. 32x3 '/ . . . . . . . . . 16.85 . . . ..:. . . . . .2.25 ')
is in Kissimmee for a few days visit- I', !
Mrs. Willa Steed and Arthur I II J
son ,
>'g his sister, Miss Elsie Norton. expect to leave to-morrow for u week I Captain and Mrs. R. W. Mviklejon 32xi . . . .. . . . . . 2'1.a.:: . . . .. . .. . . .'. 2.7533x4 f
; l' have taken two little girls from the I ...
The leading life insurance company at Daytona Beach.
I I Children's Home Society at Jacksonville :: . . . . . 22.50 . . 3.0034x ]
Ke world New York Lif'. See . . . . . . . .. .'
14tfcMiss I Good honest merchandise at the : who are making their home with'
Sam Lupfer, agent. .1
lowest price possible, at McCAU- ''them on Paradise Island. I t . . . . . . . . . 23.50,. . . . . . . . . 3.25' i 1
E. L. Wenner spent Mondayto LEY'S Drygoods. 'I
of this week at Brad- I The best investment you can makeis '
Wednesday Max Croxton and family- left Sunday a New York Life Policy. Better 32x4Vz . . . . . . . . . 28.25 . . . . . . . . 3.50 1
entown. I than a savings account. See Sam :
.
George Steffee__and his brothl.'rl Carolina., via Ford, for Kershaw South Lupfer. 14-tfc I ::J3\-t '/ . . . . . . . . . 29.25 . . . . . . . . . 3.75 1

Harmon Steffee, left by car for I I Mr. Jo'. M. Chute announces the \ :

\i.oorgetown; Kentucky, to visit rela- Auto For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- 'engagement of his daughter. May to :31x4'/2' . . . . . .-. . . 29.75 . . . . . . . . . 4.0033x5 ", ,9"
mell. Phone 41. 6-tf I '
tives. I Mr. William Alfred Maw MacDonald "

: College St. Anne de Bellvue Quebec. . . . . . . . . . 34.50 . . . . . . . . . 4.50
R. W. Browder, of Montgomery, Alabama I
M. E. Connor and little jrrandi I
rs.
has been Gerald! Riv- Marriage to take place August 2nd.-
i' Richard Hilton left Wednesday ers in ,Kissimmee visiting for a week. I Berwick (Nova Scotia) Register. 35x5 . . . . : . . . . 36.50 . . . . . . . . 4.75 ,
for several weeks stay with relativesin a

South Carolina. Everything for the house. C N. I When you tell your friends you

Fielding, Furniture. 10 Darlington av- bought it at McCAULEY'S, they
Trying size chickens for sale deliv- enue. i know it in paid for, and is good quality I
< I nnv where in city. Telephone 215 I and style. *

Rl-r 3-A.: E. Thomas. North Main I. P. Timmons looked in on old %

treet. 36-2t friends Sunday and Monday, driving I Henry Lightsey returned home on Kissimmee Filling Station.

children down from Gainesville.Let I Sunday from south Georgia, whore he .Y
lrs. Howard Katz and
'-- has been assisting in moving the
Mrs.: W. M. Weigel and children I know want C. N. ,I I
us your peach crop. He says a good crop was .
-p ',it t a few days at Coronado Beach Fielding, Furniture. 10 Darlington chipped and prices were unusually Corner Main and Vine Sta. : : Kissimmee, Florida ;t

this week. I avenue. I high this season. Mrs., Lightsey accompanied -

I him this year's, trip. >f
on
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt have I C. C. Jordan left Kissimmee) Tuesday .",

'haled the Cotterman place on I night on a business trip to Atlanta I A swimming party and picnic supper '. ,j

Mihbette street and will move therein I expecting to be gone the rest of was enjoyed Monday night at "

n few days. the week. Pleasure Beach at Lake Conway by -
I .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graves, Misses El- -- ------------ -- J
Mrs! J. B. Prevatt U relieving Miss The best Investment'you can makeis SELLS ST. CLOUD GIRL GETS ''
BUYER FAST AND
sie Norton, Lois Huddleston, Janette LOCAL FRUIT FURIOUS SALE, !
K.rhlepn Bearden at the offices of the New York Life Policy. Better SCHOLARSHIP
a :Graves, Louise Thomason, Violet Ed- STRAWBERRIES IN CANADA STATE COLLEGE AT GILBERT'S A SENSATIO. f
Bearden is a I
county clerk. Miss on than a savings account. See Sam '
vacation, expecting to visit Miami and I Lupfer. 14-tfc 'mundson, and Messrs. J. C. Stone J. The Berwick (Novo Scotia) Register Miss Aileen Moon, of Saint Cloud, The Fred S. Gilbert Company opens'its

Tampa. I ,J. Porter, and Clyde Norton. of August 1, publishes a strawberry was the winner of the .recent. examinations I August,clearance:sale'this 'morn,.
is two ..
Sutton
I Mrs. J.A. spending
are story regarding F. M. Chute, ing. 'According to the advertisement,
Star Brand Shoes better. They for the scholarship offered by
Florida Sanitarium and Hospital weeks in Kissimmee on a business
I who platform buyer in Kissim which on, three of this
; appears
a
was page
Orlando, Florida. Medical, Surgical, I trip. She expects to return' to her wear longer because they are solid J the state at the Florida State Collegefor .
last issue 'the sale
I I leather. Men, women and children's, mee during the strawberry sea. will continue for fourteen
::Maternity; Capacity 100 patients: summer home on.Lake, Erie. Women. Miss Thelma Suttonof '
i iI McCAULEY'S. .*, son, and who intends to come again days of fast and furious selling.

Equipment modern, rest, diet; physiological in-i I Prof. R. M. Evans, formerly principal --I this year. The story follows: Kisslmmee,,.was named as alternate, It tells you that never before in the

therapeutics. Unexcelled of Osceola High School is studying Mr. and Mrs C. E. Lewis of Ozona Messrs. F. M. Chute & Son, Water in 'case Miss Moon should for any history of Kissimmee's mercantile life ,

t the Southeast. 24-tf this summer for his Master's Florida, arrived in Kissimmee, Saturday villa have just completed gatheringand reason be unable to accept. have such efforts been put forth to '

Mr.! and Mrs. Robt. M. Angas leftWednesday I gree, at Emory University. de-\\ to visit in the home of Mr. and marketing their crop of strawberries Miss Moon took the examination make a never to be forgotten'' two ,;

night for Jacksonville, Mrs. J. M. Cochrane. Mr. Lewis has : from off what is in all probabil- at Gainesville, where she was attend- weeks of rare bargains. ,

where they will be joined by Uv parents I Our friend Katz advertised bathing been in Frostproof where he is installing jity the largest field of strawberries ; ing a summer course. This was done The items listed seem to corroborate -

of Mr. Angas, who will accom- I suits "half off" in his sale the other machinery in the Lake Reedy I in Kings County-11 acres. Five acres by arrangement with the Osceola : that claim, but those listed are

pany them to Vermont for a month's I day. No need to advertise such ordinary packing house for the Skinner Ma- ''of this field was last season's setting. county school officials. I only a few of the many bargains to

stay iri the Green Mountains.Earl i facts.-Highlands County Pilot. I chinery Company of Dunedin. He On this!! the crop was good. The other This ia one of the scholarships! made be seen there.

will be here. We I has returned to Frostproof and Mrs. six acres were in their second year available by an act of the recent leg- "
School soon
Morrow a former Kissimmoeboy Days Lewis will remain a few days. and, to climatic PLANO BUYS ALDERMAN'S
I are ready with the material to make !jof producing owing islature, whereby one boy and one I
now living at Springfield Ohio c.1 conditions, produced a light crop. girl from each county is awarded a INTEREST IN 80-ACRE GROVE
at McCAU I
all kind with
has been spending several day. here school clothes of A. S. Gilbeit and family
From this large field Messrs. Chute at Gainesville and Tallahassee
scholarship -
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and LEY'S. I L. Bandy and Richard Bandy left Kis & Son have marketed over eleven hun- the Manager Harry C. Piano of the Kissimmee
respectively, recipients
a Mrs. J. H. Eby. He will visit his parents I Leonard Herrick is at home again i simmee Monday for a ,two weeks' va- dred crates of excellent berries. (No being decided by competitive examin- Citrus Growers Association i,.'

at Miami before returning north. from Detroit where he has been for I II vation at southern points. They I culls were allowed to be picked: this i 1 ation. has purchased Wilton Alderman's 4?.
I came back Wednesday, thinking they half interest in the eighty acre grove
:Miss: Nina Bratton, who has re- the last three months. He expects had found nothing better than Kis- I year). While this is not a record I i Lewis Campbell, 1923 valedictorian at Lake Russell which he has bean developing -
I attend the state University at !I yield for the acreage, nevertheless, of Osceola at is the
Kissimmee
to High
cently returned from an extended visit 'simmee. They left again for Daytona, I II ; with Nelson Makinson, own
to Texas point, came to Kissimmeefor Gainesville this year. I I yesterday, to finish out the designated I the enterprizing growers will realizea : winner of the Gainesville scholarship.Miss er of the other half interest.
the week end from her positionin th'e I IOranR'e very fair profit from their opera- Moon graduated from Saint Cloud
dietition at period.
n law office at DeLand, to visit her Miss Orpha General Rose Hospital at OI'lando.1 I tions. A unique feature of their ber- High i this year. READ THE VALLEY GAZETTENew

Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Bratton. i' A LARGE CROWD HEARD DR. ry marketing this year has been thetransportation n
parents, vacation this month. ac-
her
: :Miss: Sadie Bailey and Mrs. A. A. companied by her mother, Mrs. A. :I i iI the crop by their own motor truckon ,/
of Kissimmee. She left last week Rev. J. A. Sutton, D. D., delivered
Wvinple left yesterday for Henderson- Rose, I which a load of 50 crates left their
ville. North Carolina. They expectto for Daytona Beach to spend two I I two of his usually forceful and convincing I I farm for Halifax and way points ev- >

be gone a month. Miss Bailey is weeks.Dr. I sermons Sunday at the North I ery night, the berries by this mode of ShoeI
I Park church on Mills street. ,
expected to resume her duties at the "va- Baptist transportation arriving at their destination -
hilt
J. A. Sutton is finding
fairly
congregation was
The morning
postoffrie about October first. in such excellent condition as
he
cation" a busy one. Last Sunday and the was received
large message berries
1 to command a premium over :
and evening at the I StoreIn
Dr. C. W. Holloway returned to his preached morning quite appreciatively. The news was otherwise delivered to market.
home and his practice at Loughman North Park Baptist Church in Orlando soon broadcasted over the community -: :

Wednesday after a three week's va- and he has three different invita- and that night the house was I GAS BOATERS DRIFTED ,

cation. During his absence Dr. tions to preach in three different crowded. Every one was eager to hear IN DARKNESS ON LAKE connection with '

Haynes Brinson has been looking after churches Sunday. Thursday nighthe the great preacher who had come to i I my 1

his medical practice, making the performed a church wedding ceremony the infant church. Dr. Sutton .spoke (I Sunday night when a party who had '

trip from Kissimmee every day. at Orlando. at the 7:45 service on "The Grace of spent the day on a motor boat trip to I Shoe Repairing Department "
Southport and vicinity were returning,
"
'Agreement, and held the attentionof I
Kissimmee, something went wrong
: '
added well-known
the crowd almost perfectly. hour I have the ;
with the batteries. For an or ..
I Dr. Sutton returned to Kissimmeeand '
first aid wererendered
measures
so,
will be back again at the North to the incapacitated batteries, while Peters Line of Men's and Boys9Solid '
TONIGHTMASQJJERAQE I Park rhurch on the 26th of this month. I
the six grownups and six children:
Those who failed .to hear him missed
dark waters of Lake
drifted on the Leather Shoes
a real treat, and it is hoped that they I Tohopekaliga. The resuscitating efforts '
themselves.of the opportunity -
avail .
may '
successful and the
I were finally '
on the 26th.--Orlando Reporter- the dock at Both In Dress and Work .
BALL boat preceded home to '
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: Star. I Kissimmee with everybody swearing .. '

I COUNTY AGENT HAS NEW I they had enjoyed-. Those In the Every pair of these.,, shoes is. sold: ",.on ;{fa,'
1 1I BULLETINS FOIL DISTRIBUTION party were Mr. and Mrs.Marion Car-
patronagc
Your t
son and four children, Mr. and Mrs. money-back' guarantee.," / .. ,
At The Graystone'Hotel'For I County Agent Leo H. Wilson announces Canon Farmer and two children, and will be'highly appreciated.;,' *"*; a,' "

'' Benefitpf. :: -r:, ; receipt of some new bulletins Mr. and Mr*. S. W. Cason. I
.. ... 1 from the Department, of ,Agriculture, '" J

I : for distribution to growers in need of I Ralph. R. Rlckley.-a Mason of Columbus F. I1 HERZBERGShoes .

i 'g' SJMMEE GOWPUNCHERS them. Truck crops,',avacadoes, and Ohio, bequeathed 1200,000 to ,
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hospital at'' the : '
; drain.fee [create fund for a
mangoes are treated a. well a* a "; '- .riifori''At.'J' '
&' and ; 6 and 18 D ,
Repairing
and -irrigation: One' bulletin'Ohio.'Masonic} Home, The:building, I h .' ,
[$5, pVize> ,(WU Be,GJVen totheBest- ,Masked' upIet: explain* 'method*'.of removing'stain>*i ifrorq )'when'' completed'will'coat $700,000''and- I s. ,j. ( fig' ?
will[ dedicated this falL
Hi clothing! and,other fabric: .
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<' infc _. . _. .. .n.... ._ -, u. KISSIMMEE, VALLEY, GAZETTE, FRIDAY"';AUGUST 17.t 1922. .. _..... -. -,

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STUDEBAKER REPORT NT'S'7'SON '
SIIOWS PRE ID AlYTS ae
BIG INCREASE IN CAR SALES TO HANG ONTO' HIS JOB

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The plant of the Studebaker Corporation Found;;I. The one;, person in Amer .' Q A
'
i't operated at capacity,. {in the'! lea who'does i not giv ""a hoot who's 'r ,

second quarter. 43,680 cars were sold; president.- mm mmfm m
I against 37,252last' ,year. The nee A-kid who would rather pick tobacco USE
[SANITARYDAIAYCo'
; W profits after taxes were 7200202.83 for $3- a day than live In the White ,
II j .r- ) LI, ((9.4 percent of ''common stock) House-Calvin Coolidpc,._Jr., son of MILK &ICE CREAM!

against $7,086,552.38 last year, The the president.Cal .
?s. higher prices which prevailed up tp wrote his mother yesterday.

e the time reductions were made August And his scribbled missive, whose contents -.
let of last year explain the relatively are revealed'' exclusively ''by tho

smaller net profits or this International News Service, today
I II I Paint and Varnish Products year. 87,891 cars were sold in th. promised to go down In history as a

first six months of this year, against most extraordinary expression of

C 60,053 last year, with net profits of young America's democracy.It .

Prevent Destruction 13371174.12' against!! $11,156,401.07. is the first letter Mrs. Coolidgehas

Manufacturing operations of all receive} from! either son since ATTENTION; ;,

plants are at capacity, with 41,000 she and the-pTesident came to Wash- FATHERSSanitary

r cars scheduled for production in the ington. When they heft Plymouth, .

S -.-,, : third quarter. The remarkable inter- Vermont, in the cold gray dawn -
est and sales demand resulting from young Calvin was rubbing the sleep
the nation-wide announcement on the out of his eyes. Dairy milk It,

: 22nd inst. of the 1924 Model Studebaker : "Goodbye, mother," 'bye, Pa," he It the will milk benefit for your folks!
7 your baby.
cars insures the absorption of said. And 'that was all.
capacity output inde1 nitely. Despite: Now he has written them and has Your wife and childrenwill

I the lugubrious predictions of a prom- better contains not a word of congratulation like it and it will be

inent chart reader and" prophet widely ,! for his father. Not a good for you.

circulated quite recently, the auto- mention of the great honor that has

mobile business' the livest prospectis fallen to the Coolitlges. Not a word

1fe the United States today. There is of: coming to Washington. Not a 4NITARYDAIRYt

no over-production of automobiles, juliiliant phrase, not a bit of enthus- '
I but there is an over-production: in iasm. /our W4'man'Ll

II this country of fearful opinions and Cul only tells his mother of his totmcco .

o I l Doomed by the impressions by professional prophets job, the "fine people" for whom'''
I
pessimists, and critics. The destructive he's working. Talks of his bicycle

dp Arrows of the Rain I forces, working against the pro 'i i'r'd' the heat and the money he's carning$3 -
I ductive forces of the country, undermine : a day.

j I 1 l 1 confidence in business!' and scarf I "1'\., i di-iiinble: j jab," be writes.,
of rain-
Q l i l'' I HORDES ravaging 1I some people into inaction or undue I "pi. 1..mg! tobacco at $3: a day."
;! 1 down on your I caution, which leads to unemployment. : CalV father earns :$7.1,000 a year,
l// barn from the clouds. They cut I ]Facts and! not opinions .111(1
d I If' plus nn extra $:!,000( for expensesut !''I.1
II Rashes by the thousand in the impressions arc what we nee!, lull < young Cal, "millionaire" on $tR I
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I1 IVI! I I/ wood; laying it open to decay. II I unfortunately, there is nn acute .1 week( scorrs financial nssistnnccf "' ;

Then, steadily Rot devours the shortage of facts. Cont'erningtho f the piesidcnt! He doesn't even i .
motor vehicle industry. the facts are
for allowance
i make a plea a bigger
endurance and value of the barn.
that the value of'II" I IDJ'l: productionto It was ruining when lie wrote, she <

' III The only way to prevent this i ji date puts it in .second l if not first Inln't have to work, he (aid. Other -

i i Db Y destruction is to coat your barn lank in Ames ican industry and 1 it will days he i i.< -up nt d.twn.pNIRling

y -) I with paint protection. I hold this position far the rest of tin away on t the bicycle| that curries him I America's annual record
year and probably indefinitely. $1- to woik. Mom sunrise until desk he
r r Shielded by Devoe Products 1 I'' 500,000,000 of. capital is imi-HtcJ! in i stoops. to his tusk. Then he pe-luls I of fire loss averages

L ilk your barn will stand sound I the automobile industry and over home to bed.

O D n throughout the years. I 300,000 people are directly employed 1 "Ed Baker and! I took our bicycles., :' 156 DEPARTMENT STORES

't 1 by it. It is also one of the biggest I he wrote, "nnd went job hunting."
W. B. MAKINSON CO. totally destroyed
consumers of raw materials: and one They landed with Dickeimnn/ and)

Kissimmee, Florida I of general industry's!' best customers Day in HatfieUI Mass. Large buildings of thin nature

ffaterproff your tuildimet with : Business!' generally, therefore, cannotbe "They're fine people," Cal tells his face a constant fire danger.
Deroa Barn Ptint; prosperous!' in this!' country unless!' mother "and) I like working for They should benefit" hy the
Devoe Lead and Zinc House Paint the automobile l business!' is prosperous them. country's bent insurance serv-

Devo Shingle Stain . i_ and this fact might well be ap- "All the boy( arc at home except ice.tell Suppose you what you H let modern this agency insurance

1 preciated once for all. With the rail- Richard Brown and he's .away at policy includes and what
I roads, it provides transportation and "
summer school.! you may expect besides sure in
I distribution which next to production demnity.Insurance.
,aI's letter was brief. Pcihaps it
-- -- are our greatest economic ne stopped raining and he had to go back: Facts

I. IMZETTE] "WANT ADS" ARE WINNERS] FORD IS NOW MAKING cessities. to work It ended abruptly with a Tl...- mmiumtrr. _.... ....,..rm. to parmm e
PAPER FROM SCRAPS' Payments under the plant expansion frantic appeal ..;... rlalm protect* 1 Ol II
t and current better- \..........
Wood pulp produced from hard program "I like the job. I want to "tick to
ments of the corporation to the extent "
S'r /wood for use in paper making is the it. Please' let me stny Call on this agency
made
of $3,022,9f7.87( were out ,
4.. latest attainment at the HIMT Rogue I -- -------
the six months ending
p.slasw. of
profit during -
plant of the Ford Motor Company. It''! ANCIENT: CODE OF HONOR
is the first time in the history of pap-i June 30, and J050.000 of preferred IS REVIVED I IN FRANCE
stock was also retired. The cash CARSON FARMER[
er manufacturing industry that hard ,
position of the corporation was increased taken
wood has been successfully converted I Paris, Aug. 13-Paris has one
by what is known as the ."..00&process" and investments decreased, more step back to"pro-war conditionsby "The Insurance Man"\

into pulp so that it could be despite the Increased volume of op> reviving duelling, Two barristerswho .1.*... Itl.
orations. A., R. ERSKINE, ...,.....' . ..
utilized in the production of and Insisted' : on settling a personal Over n. !>,.. *

therefore is an achievement paper of out. .. '". President.. difference with 'duelling- swords revived 32 H ttrammrrmr. KII...... Fl... .
a procedure which, since the war,
importance. Heretofore,
standing1
JO rS I UNLAWFUL "IN FLORIDA J
has appeared! ridiculous even in tho
spruce, poplar and similar soft wood s 1 FOR MINORS TO SMOKT
of the French, who still! main-
have been looked upon as the only!r --- eyes
kinds available for paper manufacture. . I i Section 5530 of the code of Florida tain that there are some disputes, that
:i provides "Thnt it shall be unlawfulin can only be !settled! "on the field of

Experiments covering several the state of Florida for any corpor- h0nlll."

months were carried on before the i Mien, company, firm or person to sell General; opinion, however is still
River Rouge plant paper mill finally barter, furnish or give away directlyor nfrniii't dudling for anything short of ," R ,

developed a process! whereby hard indirectly to any minor any cigarette t the gravest reasons, and one writer ,,I

wood could be used! in the makingcf cigarette wrapper or any :substitute regretting/ (t \: its revival has suggestedthat '

\ pulp. Now manufacture is being for either, or to procure for or tlv new article in the duelling

successfully: carried out on a large to persuade, advise!' counsel!' or com- code should l prescribe that encounters ......": .J.;,. -- '
scale with plans! under way for increasing pel any child under said age to smoke can only tnt place in the devastei -- o----
regions' dose to battlefiill I or inc
production as soon as new any cigarette. The penalty providesboth I a I
euipment can be installed. fine and imprisonment and sheriffs military cemetery. "Few are< the We manufacture any size

The development of the new pio- constables, and police officers adversaries," he says' "who, facing; the tombstone. Buy direct and
('('ss.enables the Ford Motor Companyto are required to enforce it. wooden crosses of so many ..Frenchmen -
save agent's commission.
: t use all of the scrap pieces from itsjodybuilding -"-- -- -- killed in the most formidable duel -
plant at River Rouge, FORT PIERCE IS GOING; 1 in history. will not find their own Write us a line.
I AFTER NEEDED SCHOOL) ludicious and fall in each ot
bus juarrel
effecting a new economy in lum-
h-I LAKELAND MARBLE AND
ber conservation.The I An election on the proposed! issue er'" amhl" a."

scrap lumber goes into a great machine where it is chipped, and ttfen the construction of an additional GRANITE WORKSG.
I carried by suction pipes to an immense -
school house at Fort Pierce has!' been
lHwN L. BLACKBURN, PropiieMr,
digester. called by the board of public instruc-
About 18,000 pounds or nine tons, tion, to be held on September 11. The Lakeland, Florida
of chips are placed in the digesterfor election will be held in the Fort Pierce CanmotldfN a s r.al r

one batch and average about 75 and Saint Lucie specail tax school fiG&- quickly relieves Constipation
-1 percent hard maple, the remainder of district.
Biliousness headaches
a oak, ash and other hard woods. \t To The primary department is at ,
I pres- t'rl.N ofOnoa
these are added 4,500 gallons of caus- ent accomodated in a leased buildingand Tb.. Colds and Lagrippe.
tic solution sufficient' 51/1slstne tell Isle l5A 1521 15221523 -
of strength to -
: ., additional facilities are imperatve. .
reduce the chips to a high-quality fibre It is believed that the bonds ..
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under seven hours cooking at 110 will carry by an "almost unanimousvote

- pounds steam pressure. I and that the new 'building will TVS always a goodtim.tobuyGood A universal custom

; ; The: .Ford Runabout-theSalesman's When the digesting process is completed ;, be ready for use by the beginning of I After that
benefits every-
; the fibre is pumped into wash
the 1924-25 term. year Tire*, for, a*
t greatest economizer machines and
ing thoroughly cleaned. boely.
this chart shows E
,
.' / of time and It comes out 100 percent wood fibre The cornerstone of the. )Masonic very
Goodyears Aids digestion
money. ready for paper manufacture. club house of Berkeley, $::al., for the are

"I His most dependable Production at the mill at present is benefit of Masons attending the University priced extremely Meal cleanses the |teeth

confined to that of a superior quality of California, was laid by William low,year in and year soothes the Ihro lWRlG1EYS
( means of transportation. binder board, .075 to .30 of an inch A Sherman, Grand Master of out. But now U the 7

: S thick of firm body, water proof and Masons of California, assisted by Dr. beet time, because
His greatest asset in his exceptionally durable. I George F. Redden P. G. M., David J. Goodyears are sell- v

# drive for business. The mill operating on a twentyfourhour Deese President of the State Civil Iq,;.,tocIa 30% below -

J. j ._. schedule, dally produces 26,480 Service Senior Grand Warden and .1914 prices, and r. q'

1d ,Let us sbowyou how Ford RunabOut finished pieces and in,,addition turns {former State Senator Albert E Boynton their quality now is 'a: n ( .

: < out 1,000 boxes for shipping purposes. Junior Grand Warden. When better:than ever ';";;'L--.q c._. t.J ,. l''"
I ; S will actually:increase your This latest development at the River [. completed the building and furnishings I before. .to rem er r

earnings.: ,Terms desired Rouge plant is .in keeping- with the will represent an investment of V s.ii,e I h (
fK : company's., of $175,000. , Am Gm4ymr 5. v M ItmlUnDmmimrm -
tr *o" general: policy! elirrlna- S. mtm M/f .fMf r. il'arftr ,0; ''J
4 u tlng waste wherever possible and 'of1' n..a1 IS. w... G..dy..rCLri '1Ik 4JLAVOR
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Authorized Dealer ,'standards of manufacture SO' u td l. JLr lbw+p./I gewl.r'LUPFERdRC ., I \. J,
cored 'wltlout"'paID In .
i the one 47 trj $ ., '
utmost ,
briny Inequality. teonsrdr. PRATHERi
Golden Bye Lotion. No other :
.,<:;X KISSIMMEE ,FLORIDA >:I ': ; ar'iiliCliillS' eye remedy In the.world as'cooling.Jseal- ...... ;
lf 1 r fifiG ciires.Ma i arid tag and strencthenlnc! for weak eyes. Inmt 'f'
ft. _e, .: 'oW, .a i JM::; _,_..............,..nYNPb4rM, ...Nw.M.M-ArrMnMM.."w .nMi4t -having" '"Leoaardl'aIt make ,' 1iI: :.
Fever
[ :: Dengue, orJJ Bilious strew eye* '- STS'
i Guaranteed or money nf1 Dde4.' AH .-
Fever It destroys the : '
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= f [aU parties-$ claiming lataraats. under PIUl'JUDENT'AND' HIS WIFE---y-I 't',

'lrGAL John Robert Murray deceased or other
ADVERTISEMENTS: ) ,wi... In the properly hereinafter de- II ARE DIRECT OIPOS1T3They I II ,

.acrlbed; Franola H. 8. Hatton if 11.Ilnlr. ,- '1

and If, dead all partial claiming I say that Mrs.. Calvin"CooJ ge
Interests under Francis H. 8. Hatton.d"1ea.ed. .
ti 'JVOTICB OF MASTER'S ..ALII.In NOTICE 0..8PIIICIAL, 'MASTER'S or otherwise the proper- stays up.until morning reading snappy I
Circuit Court for the 8.v.ntesnth 0AL.B. ty hereinafter described: All parties
judicial Circuit of the State of Florida In the Circuit Court for the Seventeenth claim In ir Interests under Margaret R. fiction in the presidential suite at the

in and for the County of Oioeola. In Judicial Circuit of the State of Kochenderfer deceased or otherwiseIn Hotel Willard. But the president they ?aw kn
chancery G. F. Krlbb.l Complainant. Florida In and for Osoeola County. In the following described property to- !
va James B. Respondents, Chancery John P." King at ux. Complainants wit: ay, retires each night at 10.

Foreclosure of Mortgage Notice/ofMaitpr'a vs. Bull (Oscar) Baas et aU Lots IS and ST 'of Section 17. Town' Mrs. Coolidge Is ft movie fan but,
Sale. Notice !. hereby Driventoy Respondents. Re-Foreclosure of Mort- ship IS' South Range II Bast. according -
the vnderalirned aa SpeclalxMaater gage. Notice of Master's Sale. NOTICE to the Plat of Narcoossee, 'flickering films make her. husband's
heretofore appointed In said -fcau.e to IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned filed on the llth day of January, head ache.
carry out the term of the final de- aa Special Muter heretofore appointed A. D. 110.
ree' herein entered on the llth day of to carry out the terms of the ALSO: All of BlocVeW. 17; Lots She loves to dance: He cannot.
one, A. D. III', that pursuant to the final decree therein' entered-on the lat 7. /'and.10 of Block IXC; All of bates
t,.rm. of aald final decree I ahall un- day of August, A. D. 1936. that pursuant Blocks tlf and 117. of the NewTown She Is fond of sports..:. He
]<... payment a. provided for In' aald to the terms of aald final decreeI of Narcooaaee, according to them.
final decree la made prior to the Bale shall offer for sale and sell the Interest the Plat of Narooossee Farm and conversationalist '
]lay''. offer for .al. and sell In front of said Respondents a. Bald Interest Townatte Company pled on the She; is a brilliant .
t the Court House door, Klaalmm, appeared at the date of the llth day of February. A. D. Itll. quick at repartee and full of fun. He
I >iceola County, Florida, od September mortgage" foreclosed In the above styled Situate In Osoeola ,-tt.Florida ; Feed Twice Much Chowder
3rd, A. D. mi. between the legal hours cause, to-wit: the 17th day of July You, and each of you' : cominanded is silent as the sphynx. As a study in a.s'

for sale to the highest and b..t bidder A. D. 1916, or at any tlm. thereafter I and required to appear on the take first prize Which
for, cash therefor the /Interests of the In the following d..orlbedproperty toe I.td.y, of October, A. D. 1(11 (same opposites they

r..pendenuvao.-Me..s.mo.oalaed.-on ,cated.,.tn..Oaoo4a .County. .Florida*, .via:. ,being .to*.,RuJ......day MwOctober l lt) raises an Interesting question
the date of the execution of the mort- Beginning at the most Easterly cornerof to the Bill of Complaint flied In this social A balanced ration for poultry is not the same, ;
the detests
II fcag-e foreclosed In aald,, cauao to-wit: Lot Two (1) of Block Nineteen (!') cau. Since president .
the 4th day of March A. D. Itll. or aa of the South Florida' Railroad Company's Witness the Honorable C. O Andrews affairs and his wife loves them, what in suhirrier.as it is in winter. Right noV you'shouldbe "
Survey of the Town of Klsslmma a* Judge of the above Court,
thereafter acquired and the Interests '
L I of all persona claiming Interest City tfscaola County. State 'of Florida, and my name as Clerk thereof and the does the clash portend for Washing. feeding twice as much Chowder'' Hen.{. Chow. } .

aid lands under .ald respondents, or and run thence South 41 degrees West official seal thereof this the tlth day ton's aoeletrT' .
1 any of them slnco said date. In the 75 feet. ; thence North 47 degrees West of July. -A. D, 1>11. (by weight). Ia
following described. property located 71 feet; Thence North 41 degrees East J. 1. OVERSTREET. Clerk. Will It be a gay administration or a
' In Oaceola County Florida to-wit: 76 feet; thence South 47 degreesBast (Ct. Ct. Seal) By 8. H. Bullock D. C. t
quiet one? Will there be balls and Too much grain makes hens fat and lazy. Twice
I "U1 11 f fractional aectlona 13. It, 13 and 71 feet to the) place of beginning. KRIBBS A STEED.
ALSO: Beginning 93 fe.t South 47 Solicitors for Complainant. 14-lt fetes and benefits with the White
14 of Township twenty-nix (Si) South much' Chowder them and
as cool prepares
of Range twanty-nlne (Zl), Ea.t; also degrees East to the Moat Northerly '' keeps ; .
' Fractional section 18 and the weat half corner of Lot One (1) of Block Nineteen : NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TAX House gates flung wide and tho presIdent them for the molt"and winter production.Drop
West half of southwest quarter and (19) of the South Florida Railroad DKKn. dutifully donning hie dress suit heavy egg ;.
|Lot one (1) and Southwest. quarter of Company's Survey of the Town of KIsslmmee NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVKN. That in will show'
[Northeast quarter of auction nineteen City Osceola County. State of A. n. McLean, purchaser of Tax Certificates each night? Will there be a revival and we you why. .
of said Florida, and run thence South 47 degrees NOB 147. 156 166 257, 149 and
8 (11) : town.hlp twenty-six (tl) of the days of the Cleveland'sand
gin thirty Eaat. The said East 50 feet; Thence Mouth 43 168. dated the Ird .day of June, A. D. gay
sections range and part.(80)thereof comprlalne degrees West 75 feet; thence North 47 1H1R, has filed said certificates In my the riotous Roosevelts? Or will it
tthe subdivision known .. Klaalmmee degrees. West 50 feet; thence North 41degrees office and has.made application for tax i
. Kl'ark. according to the plat thereof on East 75 feet; to the place of deed to' issue In accordance with law. be all dull and prosey with.Coolldl'

. Uflle In the office. of the Clerk of the beginning. Said lands lying In and Said certificates embrace the following trotting off to bed in good New England FLORIDA FEED STORES
{Circuit Court of said Oaceola. county being a part of Lot Four U) (Government described property, situated In Osceola e4 .A
fashion the clock strikes tent ,
[and recorded In Plat Hook No. I on Survey) of Section twenty-two County Florida to-wlt: as
page 41. The tracts lot and blocks <12) Township twenty-live (25) South: I All Blocks 66 and U. All Block 68except Friends of the first lady predict ,A.., .
of land to be embraced In the of..Ranga twenty-nine (II) East of lot 18. Lots 5. 8. 7. 8. 11. 11. 11. '
sale. are as follows: proposed Tallahassee Meridian Said sale to 14, 17, and IS Block 6(. Lot. i. '. 10. I she will inaugurate a gala regime.
the trd day of September A. 11. 14. Block 87. Lots 1 to 8 Inclusiveand 306 Broadway :
Lots 1. t. *. and 4 of Block I: rc'lj;: Not right away of course, for Washington -
1.01. 1, 1. t, and 4 of Block I between the legal hours ofanle. lots 11 and 18 Block 71. Lot 1 and
lot I, Itt and 10% of Block; t In front of the Court House. door lots I to 18 Inclusive Block 10. Lot. will mourn the death of its late s'7TELEPHONE .
; Klsslmmee, Florida. The term of the .. 4. 8. I. 10 11 and 1C Block 78. all according -
Lots 1, 4. 6 and S of Block 4.: until late December and
to the I'lat of Runn 'mede. president US YOUR NEEDS
Lota I. t. t. 4. t. and f of Block 5; sale to ba cash with the requirementof ; >
All of (being one lot) Block 7; payment In cash or deposit aa In my The said land being assessed at the there will be few social affairs. .. 's, ,. ( t..
discretion seems beat at the time of date of issuance of said certificatesIn .
All of (being one lot) Block 8
; 'the making of bids. Purchaser to pay the name of H. Dlsston Estate Unless "But after that" they .ay, "Mrs.
t
Lois I. f. 6. 8 and 9 of Block 9. Call No. 218 .
4 Lots of .Block 1. t. 3.10:4. 6. 6, 7. 8, 8, 11, It, and A.for D.deed.1911 This the JOHN Snd day 8. CADBL.of August, according said certificates to law. tax shall deed be will redeemed Issue Coolidge will keep things moving. Up

Special Master In Chancery.: thereon on the 1st day of September, She twists/ the president right around '
lots K, I, T, 8, and 10 of Block 11; .
Lots 1, 1. 7, 8, 10, JOHNSTON A GARRETT A. D. 111. J. L. OVBR8TRBBT (.TWO.ONE-EIGHT)
11
J and 14 of Block Klaslmmee, Florida. Clerk Circuit Court. her little finger. If she wants balls i!

Lots; Counsel for Complainants. 84-4t (SEAL) Osceola County. Florida. shell have them for he's crazy
3%. (, .. 7. 8 and I of Block It; C so
a H.
14-tt Bullock n.
tots 1, 4. 6. 6, and 1% of Block 14; By about her that he wouldn't refuse her Headquarter for :
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE i .
lets I. t and t of Block IS;
NOTICK OF INSTITUTION OF SUIT
Lou nand 18 of Block 1$; IN CIRCUIT COURT for the Seventeenth BY ATTACHMENT J nythlng."
Lot. I. 4. 7. I. 10. 11. IS ..nd" of Judicial Circuit of the State of
in love
fell at
To Robert F. Bruns. Esq..
I' Coolidge by the way,
Ttlock 17; I Florida In and for Osoeola County. In PURINA POULTRY CHOWS
Care Bruns Brothers Grocery ,
Ix>t. 4. C, 8. 8, It It and 18 of Block Chancery H..J. Hlllebrandt. Complainant 49-65 Race Street, Cincinnati Company Ohio: first sight with the lady who twists .
H; I v.. C A. (Clarence A.) Minx p'

I Lots 4. 6. .. 7. 8. 9. 10, 11. 12. It and und Ruth Minx, his wife RespondentsKoreclosire And all, and other each. persons of you.InterestedYou are' hereby: notified ,;film around her finger. It was In
lift of Block 10.Lots : of Mortgage Notice ofMpecial that Flynn-Harrls-Bullard Company the days when he "roomed and board-
2. 3, 4. K, and 7 of Block 2ftLots : Master's Sale Notice Is hereby Its domicil ,,
1. 3. 4. K. 6. 7. and II of Block 21 ; given by the undersigned as Special In the a state corporation of Delaware. having has commenced .ed," as New Englanders say, with the /URIN

Ix>tn. 7 and 10 of Block 13Lots : MRRter heretofore appointed In an action by attachment In the steward of Clark School in Northampton "
1. 4, fi. and 8 of pluck 24. said caper' to carrY out the terms of Circuit Court In and for Osceola county -
the final decree therein entered on the Mass. The first lady was Grace
Lot 4 and 6 of Hlock 25: "Florida and sued out an attach- ,
Lots 1. 2 and 3 of 111 or k 2fi: let day of August A. I D. 1921 that pursuant .
ment against Robert F. Bruns. and has Goodhue then a teacher at Clark. And
to the termti. of sold final decree ,
Lot 2. 3 mid 14 of Block 27; caused said writ of attachment to be .
Lots 1. II. 13, 14. 15. ]19. 20. 21. 22 1 shall unless payment as provided levied upon certain lands the property Clark was a school for the deaf.
23 24 2S. nil of Blcxk "('" a<.rorniri | for In said final decree Is made prior
I of Robert F. Bruna, situated In Osce-
< the pint of the .subdivision ..f : lo the Sales. n,,>'. offer' for sale and ola Florida. to recover the I Coolidge was a struggling young
lotel NIt. of Hlanlmmt't. Pnrk Osc,.'h"1 Ki-11. In front of the Court House door county church mouse. .
sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars lawyer, poor as a !
4'ituTitt 1 lorlda.' ... 1Isaimmee. Florida. on September 3rd.
being n iiiirt of
$1500000)) damages. and and all
(
lonn. twilvf (12)) and thirl,'en (13) of .\ I D 1H23 I.elwe. the legal hours of I Interested are required:you! to One night the steward's wife invit-
appear
wale, to the hlir1','*'t and best biddertor pillions I
uwnKhlp teiit\ -.ljt ((26) fonlh. I
rnnp to mild action on the ht day of ed the pretty teacher to supper. And
, cash therefor tin Interests of the
h ntv.nine (29)) Knit srrordlns tothe October 1923 H L ANDERSON
orfl'h,1 plat filed iiti.l r.Tonl.dftmfHit Respondents aa. HI m<' existed on thiilati S3-9t Attorney for plaintiff. there was the young lawyer. Soon -. ---
? the itultllo "'for'h of Oncenla. of the, esevttlnn of the mortgagerorcloeed bided -
lOountv Florida In plat book No. 1 atpage In sitf t muse. to-nlt: May NOTICE OF APPLICATION. as he saw he loved her. But he TAMPA TO MAKE NEARLY HALF
41A1Stt. I7th A. D 112:. or UK same has AC- his time ere he told her. It waq sev- Time To face The Facts"My 'oj
All of frnrtlonil I mctlon cru,'d Hlnit Knld. date in the following Tn the County Judge's Court, Onoeola BILLION CIGARS THIS YEAR
26.
:>R1'1
J..I. half of the North,>nt. quarterthenvf County, "Florida to-wit. Lots one two Annie Vera Tucker, a Minor:, day at the Goodhue home. Grace was experience with your medicine More than will '
three and four of Section thirty-one Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt 460,000,000 cigars .k
nil of .
Township 2)1 HouthIHnrme Lot of Section' concern that I, Mary Ann Fer- asked Cal- i has been wonderful. My stomach and.
29 leant. The siilil/ Hectlonn and nnd one thlrtv-two InTownship may at school and Mr. Goodhue be manufactured in Tampt. during
twenty-nine South of RnnioThlrtvone tic, as (juardlan of Annie Vera' Tucker, liver trouble of five years standingtook ,
T>nrtR of ne< tlonH ooinprlKn. the nillMllvlIfilori did. Therewas
| l.a.1. of Tallahassee Meridian a minor, will on the 17th day of August vin to be seated. Which he whenI the ensuing year accordinc'uti.-
known turn two
n McCoolv Addition to a new years ago
iKInHlmmee Park according tn the plat containing one hundred thirty-five A. lJ. 1921 apply. to the Honorable an awkward pause. took an olive complexion. mates by Internal revenue men there. ,
. Ion and fort%'-two hundredths acres. according T L. Comer. Judge of the CountyJudge's on green
? the file(Ircult In the'ourt offl.or cif tjceola the Clerk Count of to the Official Plat of the. Survey Court In Klsslmmee. In said "Did you come on business, Mr. I spent $1,200 with doctors and specialists The total last year was 424t.747.600

Florida and recorded In Pint Book No> lenernl of the Land said Office land. by returned the SurveyorOencral. to the- soon County thereafter at Ten as O'clock the matter A. M.can or as be Coolidge: queried Mr. Goodhue, only to prove that I was stillas and at the close of business on June .

1 1 at page 78. The b tract. lots. 'andblock. .. Terms of said sale to be cash heard for authority to sell at private seeking to break the silence. green as ever. A friend advised me SO of this the internal'revenueoffice
11 of land to <> embraced In thproposed I year
This the Ind day of August A. D. 1923 sale the interest of Annie Vera to take Mayr's Wonderful Remedy
pint are. the ale following, n* shown: by the said W. J. STEED Tucker a minor. In the following described "Why yes, said Calvin. "J suppose and I am green no more. My stomach reported that 228,4*8.370 cigars''

As Special Master Aforesaid. real estate In said County, to- might call it that. I have come to I I trouble all ," had been made this' If
ft Th McCoofs land aa ahown on said t4-4t you and liver has disappeared already y ar. ;(,

Splat. except. beginning/ at the Moutheast wlt.8EU, of NEVI of Section 15, Township ask Grace to. mary me." It is a simple harmless preparationthat the balance of the year is>aa'succets '
corner of Lot No. 1, of McCool'
IN THK) COUNTY COURT IN AND FOROeCEOW Twenty Nine (21) later she did. removes the catarrhs mucus .. .
few weeks .
And -
{.Addition to Klsslmmee Park ; runth.nr South Range Thirty Three (II) Ea.t.the a 'fuU as the first half then the revenue

[ feels. ; R4I feet; thence Northerly COUNTY FLORIDA- said lands lying and being In Os- They went to Montreal on a honey from the intestinal tract and,, sllay9the officers statement will, be' well told ,
1SJ45
thence West 56 feet; to ATTACHMENT DAMAGES SjMKMMt ceola County Florida. ammatJon'.which cans' prac I ,
I Rand the Northeast .corner.of aald Lot No 1. THE GULF FERTILIZER COMPANY. Which application will be. based upon moon and were gone a whole week. tically all stomach,liver ad, intestinal . for'that will bring the total manufac-,

| bexlnnlnir.thence South The 11245 aald McCool feet to lands.pointof a corporation organised and existing of the Petition for sale now on file (rn When they came back,'they rented a ailments, including appendicitis.One ; ured to the handsome sum of.'462- ,-'
under and by virtue of the laws said Court. '
except. a. above being the Northwestquarter furnished apartment.in Northampton dose will convince oe money re- ,
the State of ,Florida, I Dated this 18th. day of July, A. D.MARY' 012,740. 1 C
of the Northeast quarter and Plaintiff., 192$. ANN FERTIC.. afterward to'half the funded. J. Z. Roberson. and .drug '
,
|the Rast:: half of the Northeast quarterof v. JJ-St Guardian.IN moving shortly '
the .Northwest quarter of said sec- CAPTAIN WILLIAM LTNd. also : double house that 1 is still their'home. gists everywhere. You must 6 silence your ;opponent' "M

lion 26.Imte known as CAPT W. LYNO. CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 17th did all her READ''THE VALLEY' GAZETTE reason-not with noise.Hale
1. 114. 1.1. S. 9..18. tl, II. 11%. Defendant. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE And Mrs. Coolidge own with

8. II. 16. 17, 18. 1> and 20 of Block I Notice I* hereby given that the above OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OSCEOLA (work and never, never dreamed that
8: entitled suit was on the 2nd day of COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. .IN RB.: n
Lots 1, t. 3. 4, 5. 6. and 7 of Block SI.; August A. n 1923 Instituted by attachment ANNIE McORKW Petition for Free one day she'd be social dictator4 of all ,
Loin I, 2. 3. 4. 6. 6, 7. 8. 0. 10. 11. 11 that summons nd rcBponden- Dealer ORDER OF COURT GRANTING m. mew
.
". 14. H. 18. 17, 18. 19, 20 and 21 orlo..k dum was Issued against Captain William PETITION. This matter coming the country.AT ,

M: L>'ng. also. known ns Capt W before me upon petition of Annie Mc- V
Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. r. 6. 7 And X of Block 1.\'nK. the defendant In said cause, but Orew and the Report of the Special PRESIDENT'S FUNERAL

al; returned by the Sheriff of Ouoeola Master' heretofore appointed by this .
Lots 1. 1. 3. 4. 1 B. R. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. (Countv unserved the defendant being Court and It appearing to the Court well I, "
13. 14 16. Id 17. 1 R. 19, 20, 21, 22. 23. 24 Masonic organizations were
out of the State of Florida; that said that the said Annie McOrew has sufficient -
and 26 of Block >K; Writ of Attachment has been levied by I capacity and qualifications to represented at the funeral of the late 1 X
Loin' 12346 and 6 of Hlo<'k 34; said Sheriff on the following described take charge of and manage her own
Lots 1. 2. 3. 4, S. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 11 l. 12 Real Estate belonging to said defendant estate and property and It appearingto President Harding at the capital. r

"''.. II. 16 16. 17 IS. I ID. 20, 21, 22. 23. 24 .situate, lying and being In Os-, the Court that It would be to her The Scottish Rite was representedby .
.
nnd Zf of Block 18: cttola county Florida to-wlt bent Interests. to be made it free dealer, 't'
p i ,Ix>tM 17 18, 19. 20. 21, 22 and 23 ofiocK The southwest quarter ((8\VV4) THEREFORE IT IS CONSIDERED BY John H. Cowles, Grand Commander ( I

17 of Section Seven (7)) Township THE COURT that the report of the A. &: A. S. R. J., Perry W. Weid- I
1of\ i
the above described property Master herein be and the
Twentv-stx (2 6) south RangeTwentynine Special same C+w iWle.+.KKU.1H
t, 1, Inc and I being In Osceola County ((29) east. levied up- Is hereby confirmed and a license Is ner Secretary General, A. &: A. S.

FlorIda. on AS the. property of Captain William hereby x+anted unto the said Annie R. Marshall former "
R. J. and Thomas
,
Th terms of sale to be cash This I ,
I defendant In the McOrew to take charge of and manage
the 9th day of August A. D. 1923 above Lan:,... tie' her own estate and property and become vice-president of the United States 'Ia

JOHN 8. CAHKLSpecial Now therefore you. the said Captain a free dealer In every respect of Leon Abbott Hera's a real. "Crush." H a
Master William Lyng also known as Capt. DONE and ORDERED at Orlando.j personal representative night .
rO 1Jfprd'i .
\v. J steedJohnston W. Lyng. defendant and all oth..r.p..rlion. "Florida this ISrd day of . Grand Commander A. &: A. S. "Crush"ONe bet . ';1'"
.
n r r
A Oarrett
Interested are hereby required to 1023 C. O ANDREWS '
COUNSEL FOR COMPLAINANT personally be and appear to said actionat 83-4L As Judge of the above Court. R., N. J.About. a tmbnituft or hit rJ.r.tM "

85-it. the Court House In the city of Klsslmmee. four hundred Knights Tem- girl mtgkt mcetft 41 tulntitut -

Osceola County Florida on *far ,,-.
ISOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR TAX the Rule Day In November A. D. 1923 COMMENDED FOR RESCUING plar were in line including the Grand

DRKH. that being Monday the 6th day of the FLAG FROM CAR TRACKS Commandery officers of the District 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN ThatA said month; else Judgment will be entered ,
B McLean purchaser. of Tax Certlricnte against you by default and this of Columbia and Col Perry W. Weid-
No.. 2S1. 119 and 24S dated the muse will proceed ns. provided by law John Ilolatz, of St. Paul has received -

3rd day of June, A D. illS, has filed end the Rule. of Practice of this a letter of appreciation from state En-campment 1
aid certificates In my office and has CoUt.
made application for tax deed. to IssueIn WITNESS: J. L. OVKRSTREET. /officials[ of the American Legion for Grand Commander New
Past It INSIST
ker
accordance with law. Said certln- Clerk of the County Court In and For to
rates embrace the following. described Osceola County Klorlda on this 4th the patriotism he displayed recentlyin York, representing the Grand Encampment pays .

property situated Oaceola County. day of August. A. D. 1923 American from .,
Klorlda. to-wit.Ml : J L. OVFRSTRKBT removing an flag K. T., and Hon. L. P. , '

Blocks 40. 47 and 48 and Lots 1, Clerk County Court In Florida and Fhe path of an approaching street carat Newby, the 'Grand Master; and Oscar Preference is the best rd'erence. The ; '
Oaceola County. originalWard's
2 and Lots 7 to 12 of Block 57. inclusive For the risk of his own life. Holatx 4i
according to the Plat of Runny- (County Court Real) Sheddlnger Grand Commander of the "Crushes" than
mede KELLY t, BUTTON saw the flag lying on the tracks and Ohio. cost no more imita
K. T. of
The said land being assessed. at the Attorneys for Plaintiff 25-12t cars approaching from each direction. < tions. Ward's "Crushes" give you more for ;
The Blue represented
late of issuance of said certificate.In Lodges were
the name of H. Dlsston Estate:: Un- In Circuit Court. 17th. Judicial Circuit. Believing he could outstrip the cars F. Finley Grand Master your money in wholesomeness and taste.
). shall be redeemed In and for Osceola County Florida. In by Dr Mark *
said certificates
according sa tax deed will Issue Chancery: Jewell Citrus Development he made a dash and picked up the District of Columbia, C. M. Vorhees Ward's Crushes owe their dtstindive and Y;

thereon I I>. mt.V>naUb J L. day OVERSTREET of September, A. Co. .a under corporation the Laws organised of the State and existing of- flag. He was struck by one' of the Deputy Grand Master of Ohio with delightful flavors to the.natural fruit oils of i 1 i r

Clerk Circuit Court. Florida. Complainant. Versus: John cars which threw him in the w.y of other Masonic representativesand ..
Bill to Quiet nine lemons and limes. To these have
Oaeeola. County Florida. Fay at al. Respondents: other. concussion of the oranges, .
the Suffering
36-6t By RiH.i Bullock D. C. Title. Order of Publication. The Stateof WilUam A. Rowan, Deputy GrandMaster t &
Florida to: John Fay, of Cincinnati. brain and bad bruises, he was taken I of New York with six other been added pure cane sugar, citrus fruit ,
Ohio: O. J. H. Hugo of Batavia Ohio; ( .
AIYfiCE OF iirneitTtoi' TO APPLY James A. Van Voast. of Schnectady. to a local hospital. Grand officers. juices, U. S. certified food color, fruit acid ,,3
FOR PARDON. N Y. Anne Palmer Fell and E. Nelson i iI
Notice Is hereby given that I will on Fell.;her Husband of Warrenton. Virginia I The late President was an honorary and carbonated water. Everybody.likes. them. i 1 1i raVI

F>-'nfember 11th. Kit. or .. soon there- : You. and each of you are hereby LEGION ORGANIZES FOR RELIEF I member of Columbia Commandery No. .of es .
after aa counsel may ba heard, apply commanded and required. to appearon WORK IN EMERGENCIES I 'J'i( _
fur' a pardon of Ernest. Wlldraan, who the Ird day of September A. D. 2ofD.C. '
'uao. convicted or plead guilty of assault 1911 to the Bill of Complaint filed In .

with Intfnt to murder at the the above styled cause. The American Legion In Washington The Grand Lodge of Texas makes ?Y4r r
Spring term of Osceola County Circuit Witness the. Honorable C. O. Andrews -
Court. 111. Anyone desiring may then a. Judge of the above Court will conduct relief'' measures in U mandatory upon the local lodges #

>>" heard on the merits of the appllca- and my name aa Clerk thereof and the floods fires earthquake and
tlon. JAMBS WILDMAN, official seal thereof this the lath day any to add $10 to the initiation fee of t 1I.

Y S6-5t Father of Petitioner. of July. A. D. 1916.J. similar catastrophes which may occur each new member which sum is donated urang-

NOTICE TO CREDITORS (ct. Ct. Seal. I.) 1.'VR8TRKBT.,By:B. H. Bullock.. Clerk D. C. in the state, according to at recent an- tooth.; support of the Masonic <5v ..'1 .,;.(; ., ; .

la Crt at the Cfmmtr Jm*_ OaeeaUCavartr. KRIBBS eV 8TBBD. nouncement of state headqnarterf of that # t .)
Home of ;
State ., PtavftsavIn Solicitors for Complainant. 14-4t .state ? ( "
Batata of Thomas'N. Clark. the veterans organisation.The1 legion I j : ; 11
ra
To all Creditors' Las-ate**..Distributees In Circuit Court. 17th., Judicial Clr. has appointed a special committee to ,?4. +. .II "R' IBI. ;....
and all Persons baring1' Clalma 'or atilt In and for Oaoeola County Florida. 1 '. ..
Demands against said Batatat In Chancery Jawell Citrus Development formulate a program of assistance to 4'e f'\' t. .

You and each of you. are beraby no- Co.. a corporation organised communities stricken with disaster, AJja 'Io;. > __ '
and existing under the law. af the r )
tided and required to present any ; :c0
I claims and demands whloh you or State af' Florida. Complainant. Versus including the applying of food and ftct LEMON-CRUSH UME-CRU$ iCocaCola r
1 either of hays a gainst Mia asf John Fay, at aL Respondents: Bill to work and ;:' ? l
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I of Oacaolej County Florida'to th.'on State of Florlday. to: Arthur Fell and otjvsr- ,relief. task*. 4 \. '1i. .. i iab,6

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EIGHT KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, AUGUST 17.. 1923 -- - _. .
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of Miss Harris. The guests Included | Viet camp Np. 2 on State. Road 'No. 4 .' . r

[ IN SOCIETY'S' REALM 1\\ Mrs William Suttles, Mrs. James ",In Brevard county! and specificallystates f' -. .

Ahem, Mrs. John Short and Miss.liar that ."the men are exam'ined'weekly'.by .
ris. the physician and
camp
_ ...., SWIMMING PARTY' \ Mrs.., James Ahern was' hostess at 'those in solitary, confinement examined -' .. Monroe Thomas .

AT LAKESIDE . a bridge luncheon Tuesday; at "Sir- j every ,forty-eight hours, ,whllo ':'. 1

J Mrs. Mary D. Bronson entertainedAt ron," the home cf her mother, Mrs, ,any who. are ,.ill lay up and receive .' "...'\.... .*}. '

a swimming party last Mnnday.i j j(*A. L. Norris" and her sister; ;Mrs. Edward medical or surgical !attention. I' place, I '. "'',.. ''i, ,.', .,' . . GARAGE r I .' ;' ".. .",. ,"H

night at Lakeside Park in honor of Massa, The guests included I inenwlrom, 1 find trustworthy on their' '""I ... , !\.! f"r, ' ''./'. .\.. .' ._ ... / v ;' ,l'j ".... . '
I Earl Morrow, .of Springfield, Ohio, ] Miss Harris, Mrs. John : . I IMrs. honor, under little' or no phy i restraint ., .'-"' '\.'\. . :'\I"':' !' n. ,. /.iI ''I. I

.who if visiting relatives and friends Roy Stevens, Mrs\ Paul' : Campbell, and do al14in my power to '.,1' . ... 18 ,Emmett Street "J' ,,,1'; i

., in' Klsimmeel.. I Carroll C.I!,anlss. Mrs.[ 'West, : help my men make their time with . 'I I

The guests, who enjoyed this pleasurable 'I Mrs. Carl Taylor, Mrs. Eugene Johnson out any hardships that can avoided\ PHONE 47 I

; outing were.Misses\ Helen Bass, I IEstclle I Mrs Paul Barrett Mrs. Smith'l) frying conscientiously to have the I 1

Persons, Virginia Smith, Emily :Mrs. Yar.brough: Mrs.'Tom Park, ;
Sanderson, Pearl Sutton, Kathryn Turner, Mrs, Brook Kitchens, :Mrs; men than when they were convicted ; i

;McKay, Evelyn Elam Johnnie ISron- Thurman, !Mrs.!! Bolton Mrs Simms, giving: them assistance in my power It Will Be A Pleasure To Serve You

son and Messrs W. L. Marter Earl' Mrs Howard Parrish and Mrs.: Welsh toward self betterment.<<: i iI

R. Morrow, Jimpson Roberts, J. R. Wednesday, Miss Lucy Pierce entertained j Convicts Not Chained I 1 r

Gilbert, Walter Bass, E. L. Gilbert, at swimming party in om-i "We' do not chain convicts, black
Murray Owrstreet, Donald McKay, I I Aliment to Miss ]Harris at' I1roll
Jr., and Carlyle Bronson. en club. After a delightful swim, j vided with plenty of good wholesomefood +

luncheon was served. The guests included ) comfortable quarters and on Saturday I i:

BIRTHDAY PARTY : Miss Harris. Mrs. John Short, afternoons and Sundays are allowed I' Prompt Attention To Small Jobs A* Well At Large I It
Mrs. W. .L. Joiner entertained a :t Mrs. Wood, Mls Katherine Lambert innocent recreation and as i much

number of little folk last Monday at i land Miss Graham Lambert.: i freedom as possible.' The solitary t -' \\
her home Orlando avenue at a ,
on Thursday Mrs. Robert Thoir.pkins confinement cells are constructed ac- I I

birthday party for her young son Ly- i iI I entertained ct tea in honor of ;Miss\ |Wording to specifications furnishecTTJy" ---- ,
.. -
I ,:man, Jr. It was his sixth: birthdayand Harris. She was assisted in entertaining I II the Florida Commission of State Insti- I -' -- ----.::::;:'.,-

a large number of his little I by her mother Mrs. Sam iI | tutions. There are no swamps where I FLORIDA CROP BEAT IMPRESSIVE. SERVICE LEHMANN TO HEAD '

friends were present to enjoy the day I i Ward. The guelits 'incl'udedIrs.:: 1 1i we have been working in Brevard SUM OF ALL OTHERS HELD FOR HARDINGLarge ROAD BEAUTIFIERS
with him. Games and refreshments Robert Evans, of Florida Mrs ,Hammond -
i I ; county, ncW Cocoa but a high pine .
vied with each other in delighting the Johnson, of Gainesville; ;Miss ridge along the river where there i is, I This State' Orange And Grapefruit Crowd Of Reverent Citizens Florida Development Board Name.Highway .'*'"''
,
youngsters, and each one received a Fennie AttendedMemorial Service: At
Miss Griffin
\Louise Griffin, most always a ool breeie and hard- Exceeded Combined Shipments Of Beautification Committee
nice favor. Angel food and iceourse. Mrs. Paul Campbell and :Mrs\ John ly ever any kinds, of insect pests.;; Furthermore California And I'orto Kco; Hand Stand Friday. Afternoon Which: Plans State-wide Meeting .
1 (' were served.<<: Geneva Rob rsonI Thrasher of Micano'py, Florida. I II '-- _-_ I
seldom reptiles
we see any -
I assisted, Mrs. Joiner in entertaining.Those (i j Thursday evening/ ;Miss Harris! was ;:'and as to burning brush ahead of UII.I Florida sold -more grapefruit and Pursuant to the call issued by Acting President Jules M. Burguierei[ of
Howard M.
who enjoyed the occasion honor guest at a buffet supper given I I that is a false, statement) pure anisimple. I; oranges in United States and Canadian Mayor-commissioner the Florida Development Board, an.
were Evelyn and Earl Piano, Aeld- by !Miss Annie Griffin and ;Miss Fen- i I ." markets, in the ten months ending f Katz, several hundred people assembled nounces the following members of the

I'' pytha! Jordan, Marrell Lupfer Carroll j i.we CJtiffin.; The guests included( ;Mrs. Checking up further on the statement I )last .July] 1. than did both California last Friday afternoon at the Highway Beautification CommIttee:
I band stand to tributeto
Broadway
Hall Elaine and Junior Paulk Adelaide Robert Evans, Mrs Johnson ;Mr. Bar- about poison reptiles aboundingin and Porto Rico together: pay Chairman, Karl Lehmann Orlando,
and James Wages Bain and Merrill ': ton Thrasher Mrs. John Thrasher ;Mr. Florida Dr. Stewart Thompson To'" be exact, this state's production the memory: of the nation's departed secretary of the Orange County

I Mitchell Mildred Persons! Jimmy I und !Mrs. John Short, Miss Graham director bureau of vital statistics! I df oranges and grapefruit shipments chief. The seats in the park Wf'refilll'd. Chamber of Commerce, and secretaryof

Tucker, Edna Prentis, Rose and Betty Lumbort and Mr. Means. Florida State Board of Health ha. in this period was 50.1 percent. (California while the sidewalks were lined the Orange County Highway Reaoitiflcation --
with hatless and while
I men women,
May. Mrs. Ralph Stevens entertained advised the Florida DevelopmentBoard marketed 4li.7. percent of the Commission; Mrs A. G.

BRIDGE AT ---- - I Friday at luncheon in honor of Miss that only four persons were killed orange and grapefruit chop, while lit- others sat in cars parked on either Cummer, Jacksonville president, Cap
side.
HOME i Harris. Covers were placed for ;Miss i during the year 1922 by venomous tle Porto Rico shipped the remaining I den Club; Mrs. A. B. Whitman. Orlando .
BO1CE
Mayor-commissioner Gilbert, who
: Harris Mrs. James Ahern, Mrs. How1 . animals, and during the first six 3.2 percent to t this country. chairman of conservation! Florida
:Most: enjoyable was the party givenby had returned to the city Thursday
1 aid Parrish .Mrn. John Short ami I announced Sat Federation of Women's Clubs
I Mrs. II. W. Boice and Miss Frances months of the year 1923 only one These figures were night presided at the meeting andJ. ;
!Mrs. Stevens. of the Florida 'I Doyle Carlton. Tampa district
in Florida has been so killed. urday at the headquarters gore
when entertained the
Bay, they person I I n. Woodbeck, with a number of ;
for the Kiwanis Clubs
embers of the afternoon ''I'NTKUE The state having a million popula i Citrus Exchange. The comparison nor ; Professor
Tuesday STATEMENTS
\ ABOUTFLORIDA ( ( the members of the Kissimmee Concert -
I H. Harold Hume, Glen St.
and
from the various Mary
tion'di..tribute.J milUC1'es of shipments
I bridge club and a number of guestsat ARE CORRECTED over thirty-five Band assisted by Mrs. U. J. ',
Jacksonville chairman
I low death sections as made by the Exchange, of the Jack-
their home on Vine street Tu..sday lion of ]land with so a
-- Burrows supplied the music. A large 'sonville''
I | Civitan Club's .
i afternoon. A beautiful decorative Vernon Lamme, who "furnished the rate from snake bites certainly] does ![ includes only oranges and grapefruit. I I portrait of Warren G. Harding, black highway hesatification
'
framework" of the which snake ''It does' not take into( account, the California committee; Carl McClure,
story won not have large populu-
scheme was made of water lillies. a very (draped, hung from the eaves of the
I under Florida, dateline lemon crop, amounting to more Fort Myers director, Florida Realtor
published a Cocoa tion.
Mrs. R. L. Starbird scored highest (band stand while the flag was hung
than 12,000 ,due to the fact that Association; and Willis B. Powell
about
the club members and was recently, purporting to tell -- - - ('arll.
among in the side.
and Miss new methods of torture in p'-ison OK \HOMA COLLEGE( HEAD I Florida is not a commercial factor in mourning on opposite | Tavares, secretary, of the Lake County
awarded a hot plate stand The memorial began with I
REMOVED) FOR RADICALISM' program Chamber of Commerce and!
has written j-bout the lemon industry. The following table exponent
Jean Thomas scored highest camps a new story : i "
among America played by the band and
the conditions has --- I shows grapefruit and orange shipments | of highway beautification .bjr
but painted
similar prize. Mrs. same '
guests receiving a I The recent removal of G..orj'eVi] )vas followed by a prayer by Rev. removal of
I California und unsightly signs along
'n different word) from Florida] :
picture
Carson Farmer was consoled with a very ( son fiom the presidency of the (Oklutioma :David) ) lender Then the audience
''Porto Rico from 1. 1HZ! : to July i when: the article appealed in out of.. Sept
of cards delicious
deck for low. A
scoring A. und M. College: is a vittorv arose, and led by the band sang .
state the Florid DevelopmentBoard < I 1. H2J 1!) : : was instrumental in gettingthe highways
salad course was I served. papers For the American Legion/: over !radicalism 1" euI'pr My God To Thee." Follow in Lake cleared
county of signs,
immediately wrote to Florida :
Those enjiying this pretty party patties: according to n recent statc- ling this hymn Congressman. J.
Carloads Percent his work standing as an example for
in Cocoa for information about the I
besides the club members, were: Mesdames I tnent of Dudley] !Monk, legion state i I Sears delivered an eulogy, in which .
author and about the condi' : Oranges _ 24lilti; ; 2&7l'irapcfl'uit other counties tr follow.A
:
S. 1 H.[ Bullock P. G. Butteroff, reported nn
Wilson
commander. Opposition to by he paid tribute to the character of ,
beautification
I two day st te-wide
tions. With the information obtained 18,641 21.4I
S. W. Cason Howard Anderson, U, > nUU '
the resulted from his radical
I legion I he man for whose memory the meeting -
in scheduled be
< meeting to held ia
from Russell A. Field, of
J. Burrows and Misses Thomas Dot secretary
views from he is said
b and a statement ( was held, stressing the common
the Cocoa Chamber of Commerce and' 43,257 50.1 Orange and Lake counties during the
Makinson and Lucy Lupfer. l to have made in substance as follows: I sorrow! which obliterated partisanship
California third week in October when opportunity
from other reputable citizens, A. A. j i'
\ +"Whenever! I see! an American Legion and brought Americans in common '"
:MISS HARRIS IS ENTER- Coult secretary of the Florida ) Oranges andGrapefruit I will be afforded those In attendance -
TAINED AT ATLANTA opment( Board wired the news Button, I feel like taking a "gun and i . 40.C.97' 46.7 I accord to pay respect to their pres- I to Bee the improvement accom,'
-
Miss Mattie Belle Harris, who spent distributing the story for a )1.\1.//shooting a hole through it. Porto Rice ident i of the past two years. Florida, ::pUshed in the two counties by removal!
Recently the Legion made formal 1 .said Sears had lost
Congressman a !
June and July with friends at Morgan. the original, and challenged Oranges andGrapefruit of unsightly signs along the high
truthful-I that Governor Walton of Oklahoma i while !
request I good friend, it shared the national
field Ky., has been the guest of her ness of published -___ 2,824 3.2 ways.'
remove Wilson from office or loss of the chef executve. The
friend and former school mate, Mrs. managing editor replied that their I
remove members of the Board of agriculture i congressman made an excellent address FUTURE FOR BANANASIN
Short who. will be
John pleasantly correspondent'had visited the camp, 86,778 100.0
who selected him as presi- and moved his hearers to LOOKS GOOD
pro- FLORIDA
j ,
remembered by Kissimmee people'a1 shown
seen conditions, talked with the California's shipments, as .
dent of the college, and replace 'then found realization of the nation's loss.
Miss Dotsie Thomas, in Atlanta the:,: guards and from the conversations here, are lighter than usual, due,to a
with members Who would discharge Florida is state of the Union
After the audience had Joined in one
past two weeks, : obtained the information which short last Florida's cropfor I
was crop year
,
Under Harris1! {Wilson.;Governor Walton followed the I singing "Abide With Me," and "Lead, in which 'ibani4nasn +uccesafullyjl
the
"Miss .
caption described in the dispatch, and that the past' season showed an in-
j'latter and the new members of and in time to producing! <
'i course Kindly Light benediction was pro- grown come,
Feted Guest of Mrs. Short last Sun- :the agency would be glad to have errors crease of about 15 percent over what j
the Board removed Wilson a few days nounced by the Rev. Allen J. :Miller.: there here will become an' important
5 day's Atlanta (Journal contained the' in dispatch particularized. :i it was in 1921.22, when it totalled onI|I
It estimated that some
ago. I industry.( Is
following: j Reply was made that pertinent -I ly 13,500,000 boxes. The hst''
} every [ -- crop j Irish Logic 40,000,000 bunches imported into .
Miss Mattie Bell Harris of Kissimmee -, statement in the article was with- | ;Montreal Masons are plannirg to I season approximated Ii5, ,()(>0,000 ho'i i( Pat had been smoking but his pipe the United States were in 1922. Forty

I Fla., is being extensively entertained out basis of fact and that an affidavit raise $600,000 to erect a !Masonic Temple en' was in his hand when the conductor! they little known in

as the guest of Mrs. John Shorton would be secured I to suL'tantiateI! ten stories Jl Kh. It i is intended! There is. every indication larrig\ all J' on the street car approached him and years ago were
I (this country. The estimated daily consumption -
Euclid avenue. | that assertion. ;|t that the building shall represent the possible. calamities that the Florida j 1 said : is 15,000,000 bananas. lathe

Monday, Mrs. Burt Bolton entertained I That affidavit has been made by last word! in modern! equipment for | range und grapefruit crop will in a | "You can't smoke in here." West Indies and Central America

; at a spend-the-day party in honor )I Herbert II. Ray, captain of the con- fraternal purposes. few years exceed<1 the total oranj"j "I'm not smoking." they are cooked in many forma asa

grapefruit and lemon crop. of "No, but your pipe's in your hand." vegetable, besides flour is made ofthem.


J lIIljl!IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/i/I/IIIIIIII/IIIIII/IIIIIIII/I/ / / / / / /io III Iii l 1II1IIII1111I 11/1111111////11/11111/1/1/1111111/ //// / I / / U IIIIIIIIIIIIIII / t.Il iIficers.::,| ornia! in the The opinion condition better of !Exchange:of Flo..a of-..iM''I in "Sure me shoes," came, but back I'm Pat not walkin'"Me fate's."- r

j jt'l'owas never thvit- Exehange. Subscribe for The Valley Gatette.

.4 = = '' now, und it is being generally predicted !
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I = that next season's clop will run ''

i from 18OOP,000 to 20,000,000 boxes TOUl'h-TYI.wrltlntc. ItUBlnemi Penmanship -
j There are now more than 55,000; al'I'e"of OurroHpfindrnct*. Rnllway-
Z + citrus groves! in Florida that have Station Afrrncy,late.Write, for Tuition

out come into hearing, which, even if Telegraphy
V
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1 another tree is never planted] wi ill:! in Tampa College ,I

= The Bank With The Snort Cut ten years give Florida a crop estimated L. M. HATTON, President
at more than 30,000,000 boxes.
The situation = =
= the marketing LrouK'ht.about ------

= === by the rapidly increasing Florida -

== Ability == crop. Exchange officers 'declare

will necsssita\e the continuance 'k>f

= and == national newspaper and magazine advertising -
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sufficient demandto r..oa wawa
to
develop
===
Willingness === profitably sell the fruit. The
'
i = ServeBa THE man who thinks he has found a short floiida Citrus Exchange has already
to
= === anticipated the need for greater sales .Se s
= cut to wealth 1 generally fm d.seas discovered J
"It = effort and has laid plans for the extensive ;
-
h DEPOSITS INSURED the surest road to the poor house. advertising of its Sealdsweet
fruits next season. .

When the citrus growers and shippers -

s of this state get together and Six Thousand

= Time is the one, firm foundation on which /'tell their crops co-operatively, insteadof ,

in competition with each other, and

I all success and wealth are built. Attempt to -_I .when they all co-operate in the devel- Florida citrus growers reg- .,

=== opment of new markets and new consumer -
', I I erect wealth without it and y<3u build on demand there will be no trou ularly ship their fruit

shifting sand. '-' ble, in the opinion of Exchange off through the Florida Citrus ,

ficUls, in profitably disposing of any Exchange. :.
==
Florida crop, even tHough it be great- .j
,
=== lit
.;. ...' ... ', ly increased' in sice. That fact alone attests the ,-

' METHODIST- PRIMARYDEPT.- demonstrated efficiency. of \ '<*
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., '. r.,:<. k\,1',. t1t ; Osceola =_== WILL HAyE.BENEFIT BANQUETThe cooperative marketingii'convincing : !a; I
I
\ n I, gIHt1 County t == teachers'! in the primary department evidence'' the ::1j

of the' Methodist'Sunday school
e '
: ., Kara announced' a' banquet, at the satisfactory, profits it brngi.r ) % .,

i i.CjJ. j*. J.-B J JWjl J **' 6* / f 1 : Methodist bungalow "
on Friday
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+ 9 to-3 a ,<< August' 81. The'proceeds: will ; : f. :
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). I'Ll"'..,Y t..u/-.ruou.. : Q 1, _t4 r yf '.J.,:.,; '-It"j' fi-ltt 4fr go "toward needed equipment, of Sunday I'7rlii'I;!:( \ ;",. .
_, 1 d br'a ill \. fk 1.0t. ,4R'4 M. __ "'school rooms of the' primary department ..t "
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f A'special program of vo- I 11.(, \-..\. ,...>1";i 'rt1''_" ;, (It''> l'f /-. ....._' .-' ..1. ';)

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