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 24, 1923
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01130
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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JUDGE INVESTIGATES, BUSINESS''WOMEN'LOSTIN- ,GET'THE ;WOODS CHAMBER, WANTS NEW NEW DRUG STORE TO JUDGE A COMER WITH MADE'WAY LOTS OF CIDER


: INSANITY CHA'RGESFlndi The Business. and Professional Wo ,Judge Comer use sv lot of good ap.
:COUNTY :
men's Club' I braved the' inclement AGENT QUICK' OPEN SEPTEMBER 1 1Broadway 1I. pie cider while he was away on his vacation

weather Tuesday: night aid went tq I. in'Indiana..He'admits it him-

Report Barricaded; I Lake Conway to enjoy a Joint pic. Present Agricultural BoomIn Pharmacy To Be self. The, Judp'I.. a staunch' supporter

Man Grew.From A Jest By tile with the Orlando club at the lakeside County eeds Vacancy11Filled Opened By Roberson With of the Volstead act, and lea: Of '
,Saint Cloud Marshal 1 anyone might think he
was getting
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home of Mr. and Mrs. Hinshaw of ,Immediately JJohn Schmidt Manager near the dangerous edge of complica

:Judge Comer returned from his vacation Orlando. Coming home, one ear of To, urge the county commisioners to 1. Z. Roberson Saturday bought the lion therewith it really. ought to be

the first of the week, and havIng the ,Kisslmmee club women got lost drial' I stated how he used that cider. -
try and get a successor to County 'M.ore in the Rivers Building lan, 1IfI.
hi attention called
had :! to story on the' but Not being acquainted with cookbooks
way was. rescued and set A 'ent'LeO H. Wilson with of Friday Dr. T..,M. Rivers had ry
printed in last week's Gazette to the in the no lapse purchas- the writer couldnt quite keepup
right direction
effect thaf a report had come that who found them in their by another plight. One car time between the two, the Chamber of .I cIt\ from J. M.: Duncan, trustee and with the process but ho did recall. time
Abram Huff recently before an insanity of those in the lost car said they Commerce at its noon meeting the doctor sold it to Mr. Robersonth having heard before some of the processes -i seen ;
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commission in Kisslmmee was found a fork in the road and took it, 'Wednesday, appointed,. la committee next day. described such as "skimmingoff there .... I".
on guard at his house in Saint Cloud I I I the foam" et cetera. There was
although she later solid the club consisting of S. L. Lupf er, Howard M. 4| "Broadway
Pharmacy" will be :
to the Huff where the ,
set out, investigate story. analogy petered out, how
.' I!owns a lot of silverware and other Kate, and H. C. Stanford. A ':
had been'rele..ed by the insanity com : the| name of the new drug store and ever. Next there was described the -,
eating utensils and doesent usually The members did not take kind-
} how
mission a,few weeks. ,ago .on condition depend very thej.! genial Johnnie Schmidt will be in. addition of apples which had been -
on what they find. to the
ly action of
the state authorities tice
that he would return to his pe,. I Four left ' charge of it. Up to the time of thiswriting peeled and the cores removed. Anyhow .
cars Kisslmmee little af in
a transferring Mr. Wilson .
pie in the north. Sheriff Farmer who ter-six / on Mr. Roberson had not decided the result was that the erstwhile : r
'o'clock.
while the rain such double
was notice.
quick He wae
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was one of the commission refusedto upon a successor to Mr. Schmidt'athbf c der was transformed into some
proving very wet, but they found it transferred to Lake County, to .begirt .:
sign the release maintaining, t ;other drug store which will ho mighty fine, good, oldfashioned appla
the
dryer farther
north they- his duties there and'
went until first
September
the man was demented and should be ; continued in its present location on butter. The judge pu.ed'.ome of '
it had disappeared at Lake local officials
Conway. Mr. Wilson himself about
and
committed. He bad it around when .,.
remarked, at the Fifteen BtOadway. he got back to Kissimmee -
business women from Orlando were not not notified of the the
time that he would have to go get himagain the ..fbe..tore In the Rivers building is and the writer got a Jar of it, ,
Joined eighteen
Kissimmee pi- change until after the meet; ,
August '
in the near future and Judge being reflnlshed'and remodelled. Thetiling and knows it was good.
nice,. in "wonderful eats" on the ing of the commissioners, and with than
Comer had promised ,to get him himself and walls are being done over
screened porch. A,few of them went but a little over three weeks remaining (TAR LOCAL FISRERMEN terday Sand
i and a new tile floor Uid. Work ofgetting
if occasion arose. swimming, though.some said it lookedso before his departure. Some of the CATCH TARPON MINNOWSNot 'I'
Wednesdy'th' judge went over to much like rain- I ready for the opening September
they didn't go inas members went so far as to express n
Saint Cloud on his tour of investigation they didn't want to get wet. doubt whether the county fehould first will be rapidly pushed and.l content with high honors in ,

He talked to neighbors of the Several of the Orlando members of again co-operate with the University I the stock replenished catching black bass and other Inhabitants -

old gentleman, who. told him he was the Business and Professional Wom Extension Division In the matter of GROWERS WILL HAVE A GET of local watts, KiFjammep's The '

not acting in any untoward manner. en's Club discussed the advantages of a county,agent, if the county could be 11' TOGETHER NEXT FRIDAY three star fisherman have sought new '. "
He had been in town that morning the Kisslmmee club affiliating with removed at the will of,the Gainesville ,, worlds to conquer. J. C. Buckets, Jim lug .: '

purchased
fiome. While he'was making inquiries which subject has been under discussion qu.i ted with local conditions and became ,th* Chamber of Commerce there will |I''1 1oocor their "mugs" published in a northern a :

Foster Newton, city marshal of Saint for some time locally. valuable to the community.. Everybody a meeting and social time which ,I magazine dealing with fishing subjects .

Cloud came up to him, and accordingto The Kissimmee club women who rtaliied however that a should be attended by every grower along with a string of black this :' '.

Judge Comer ..Id. "I'm the cause enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Hin- county agent under any other conditions ta the county., and every business man 'bas.. Saturday night they went In As '

of that report. I told John Bronson ,fchaw were: Mesdames Bob Bullock than in co-operation with the in Kissimmee and Saint Cloud.I'search of bigger game. we do

that Huff was laying for him with R S. H. Bullock, Lillian DeYoreo. Mar- extension division would be an impossible It will be a get-together meeting to>> ., Walter Coble and the above named place.

!run across his knees. I was kidding guerite Fortenbury George Gardner, situation.Mr. talk over the prosperity due this year '1f..om three drove to Tampa and spent a day we ,

him and the report got started that Jessie Klcinmsn Glemont King, J. Wilson made a statement in trucking and strawberry grow- ,,J in' Tampa Bay fishing for tarpon. The ..

way." Various people told Judge Corner R. Riblett Paul Stanley J. D. Wood- which he outlined the course of event ing. An interesting time will be had. :results of their conquest were shown track

that Mr. Huff was as well as usual beck and Misses Lucy Buckets. Louise leading up to the vacancy which will and it should prove of great value to .1'by the steady stream of visitors to the

nnd the report of his being again acting Hess Percie Oliver Nellie Parrish occur September first in case another the individuals of the county and the I ice! plant Monday to view three silver! [-

in a demented manner had evidently I Efltclle Persons Helen Sawyer, Frances agent is not secured by that,time. lie 'county as a whole. Further announcements .'beauties they brought home. The home

grown from Mr. Newton's just i Tress and E. L. Wenner,. Mrs (Continued on Page Eight) will be made during the week. '1 minnows weighed 125 pounds, caught what
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The Judge did nit see Mr. Huff him ,J. D. Newfiy member of the Kissim- -: .1 by J. C. Buckets; 85 pounds caught I,missed ,

self.The mee club: now residing in Orlando, AUTO CAMPS MUST BE PUT ON I.by Jim Miller; and 65 pounds caughtby this
BAND WILL .
other case that of Benjamin, joined the party at the lake, and Arthur Earl Lupfer. As usual in such and '

'"ronklin,. whose body Bullock leases I the biggest one got away. Jim
was pulled was a guest. ;
APPROVED STATE ANOTHER Miller hooked him fought wl; h. him e
from the waters of AJ'v' ----- ; PLAY SOON ball
gator Lake last Tuesday by COW'PUNCHERS GO TO some minutes, during which he jump ed. purchaserstomorrowm'I'.

Deputy Sheriff Bob Campbell and FORT MEADE TUESDAY Plans Must Be Submitted to led, out of the water enough tirn.s,(|? b j- -
---- William Triplett
Engaged show that he was considerably larger
Prosecuting Attorney Milton Pledger The Kissimmee Cow rob. er -
Punchers State Board Health Before
ot
{To Direct Third Drama I than the largest of the three brought
rear a'fima4erected.a the chore, in bed of the chance ( .tb .
o .f..tI9Ir, '
the vicinity of which, were found fast Fort Meade aggregation of ballplayers Camps Are-Opened, # Her Since March home and finally got away. Graft; l

Franklin's clothes with various bottles last Tuesday afternoon the -- ENJOYABLE PROGARM"AT was?
by The State Board of: Health at this
of liquids bichloride tablets and rain will go to their home and try early date is beginning to devote much Kissimmee lovers of .home talent" MISSIONARY SOCIETYThe years, 1 :' '".
n couple of bundles of was discussed drama will soon have another opportunity ( ;
rope '
It again ,on next Tuesday afternoon. thought and study to, the. sanitary ;
to see an excellent four act 'Missionary
by Judge Comer also. Sheriff Society of .
Icontrol. of automobile tourist .111'
camps
:Farmer and Dr. Briaaxm two membersof comedy drama with an excellent caat. the Methodist Church enjoyed a very

the insanity commission, had stated NINE, TOOK TEACHER for"The the auto ensuing camp year.," says'Mr. Simons, That it will comp'are favorably with !interesting program' last'Monday afternoon those '

to The Gazette last,week,, that they its predecessors, if not surpass them, at the Methodist bungalow. and if : ,
Chief Engineer of the State
had believed Franklin rfhould have EXAMS IN OSCEOLA Sanitary is assured by the fact that William The occasion was the ,}literary and social there I :
.Board of Health "must be recognized
been committed to the state hospital Triplett has again been engaged tp program of the society and it
institution one which
as a' national '
for the Insane but that the state institution direct the play. He spent Tuesday brought a very good attendance., Mn.John ball; "t I
can be made asset or liability within -
,an
had sent out word not to Majority Seek'Second Grade night in Kissimmee for a reading rehearsal R. Bronson was the leader for ball ,
choosing, of the community. Auto
send anyone there unless the case was Certificates And Two Try camp sanitation is receiving attentionin with the cast and regular rehearsals the day. Mesdames Overstreet;Hilton .

absolutely necessary on account of For The Special Grades state although the problemin will begin in the very near and Snodgrass were the hostesses .
every future with the date set for the
the crowded condition already and early and served delicious sandwiches and arena. i
most places is different from ours.
had therefore signed the release upon Eight women and one man took part of September. iced tea. J
In most states the traveller is passing
Judge Cornel's getting Franklin's the teachers' examinations which fin- "Sweetest Girl in Dixie" will lie) The program enjoyed at the meet- in the "
he makes
through overnight stop
promise to return to his people. Dr. ished Saturday: at the office of Superintendent enroute to Florida,an where he .spends ,the offering this time with Miss Mar- ing was as follow: "Opening of the La .

Derbyshire, the other member of the C. E. Yowell. This is the several months. Florida shouldbe garet Stanford in the title role and Hong Kong Institutional Church" by

(commission does not believe that too first examination which has been heldin camps Albert Button who played the lead in I Mrs. John McPhatter; "A Thousand us. '
better equipped with facilities than r
man was insane, nor that there is any Osceola county under the new law those of other state." the band's last play as the leading Babies A Year-Margaret Williamson come: |

evidence to show that he committed passed by the last legislature, doing TheJState any Board of Health has main- ':(manMiss. Helen Bass, who won Hospital," by Mrs. J. L. Over-: some i

suicide. This view is somewhat substantiated away with the "flying squadron. careful supervision laurels in college dramatic circles will street; Piano Solo by Miss Roberta The (t |
gained over
a
by Judge Comer's findings This "flying squadron" held examinations Appear' in the coming play as the de- Bronson; "Gospel Stories from a ''>oke Xto
in the but this
past, expects '
camps year
Wednesday at Saint Cloud. every week during the yearin to the former signing spinster and Miss Lucy Lup- House Boat" by Mrs. A. T. Snod, .J"
According to the judge a man by the different counties. Under the tions. tighten up regula far the heroine of the Flying X of grass; "Our Oldest Mission," by Mrs. boys :*:'

the name of Whitehead, of Saint I' new law the examination are all sent The existing regulations are last May is cast in an excellent role' John R. Bronson; ami "Short Sketch- other ?
now being modified to a great extent -'
(Cloud came to him and said he had out from the office of the state super these will be of a woman of the backwoods country. I I es" from the Missionary Bulletin by the ,''
published during
been engaged by Franklin to take I' intendent, to the various county sup : September.; The Board will require Walter Bass will be the crafty "old" I Mrs. J. M. Duncan. |

him to the lake on the day he was erintendents, who conduct the exam- financier who feels called to marry :' are
that every city and town or MEET IN KISSIMMEE 1
'young. J. Nathan Bryan will dCpict \
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drowned. He was to return for him inations. The examination papersare eluded '
individual contemplating the erec- AFTER THIRTY-FIVE YEARS '
at 2 o'clock in tKe afternoon. lie returned then sent to the state superintendent the character of an aged negro "' .
tion installation of shall
or a camp
but he did not find him. Hi for grading. previously! submit)! ci had taken him there before, and not These teachers' examinations will\ ''portrayed by Mrs. Tnplett keeps hia Gazette office and asked W. B. Harris The W;
thereof to the State Board of Health
ticed nothing unusual or irrational !'n be held on the first Thursdays of June for examination and approval before itnind in a constant state of awe. These. i I to come out to a waiting automobile.In from
I his manner on the last trip. Otto and February, and the third Thursdayin the: starts. Every which two old-time, ante-bellum negro characters the car was a woman who smiledat call '

f Bleech, bank cashier told Judge Comer August. .Tbey are held for the I I stands camp approval after examination camp of not exaggerated nor gars-l, him and asked i fhe knew her. ,1'; : ,
that witness had told him of granting certificates to drawn, but true to the type of a we got !
an eye purpose, plans and an Inspection of the site will proved to be his next door neighbor .
t that Franklin .took seven drinks in prospective teachers and to enable receive a certificate. At frequent intervals eration ago which type is rapidly disappearing I j in Laurens, South Carolina thirty- "

r Jells than five minutes from a bottleof teachers already holding one certifi- all certified will be listed are rich in humor. With ,j five years ago. put on >
camps '
nt Alligator Lake. His cate to increase their Tho their quaint antics and his :
grade.
liquid
some in the press of the .state for the Mrs. B. C. Crist was the viistor
) informant had been camping there and examinations are regularly held in guidance of visitors. Camps which do tic drolleries they characteils-I and she had been visiting her three very '

had seen this. The judge was also the county in which the examinee resides (not comply with the strict modified from beginning to end sons at Davenport. The eldest, Frank one :.f
Franklin formerly but be taken in another strain of rippling merriment.Mr. ,
when
told that may rulings of the Board will be treatedas Crist is manager of the Holly Hill was
lived at the Shaker colony he had been county by special arrangement. This public nuisances and handled ac- Triplett who will personally grove project and her other two sons ging ''<{

known to drink alchollc liquors ten was done last week in the case of Mrs.I .cordingly. In this manner the promiscuous direct the players will be seen as the are connected with the same company.. Well, :f

times in an hour., The judge's theo- O. Schuck .who lives in Orange improperly. equipped menacing southern colonel. Mr. and Mrs. Trip Her husband was In Florida a coupleof 43
is that he had lost control of bin lett have made many friends in KUsimmee. r
ry \ county. will disappear. Camps already weeks ago for a visit and left for ,
. rational mind through taking tho Five of those taking examinationslast camp This will be their third
and which have operatedIn his home on the train which wan
I drinks, and that his suicidal mania week applied for second' grade (Established! the past will also be expected to production in this city since last wrecked near Loughman Saturday 't

, had led him to self destruction.Dr. certificates, one for first grade, one submit their plans and stand inspection March. While modest and unassumingthey afternoon two weeks ago. lIe wan ,:
Derbyshire does not concur In the for primary and two for special. Those are recognized as artists of exceptional uninjured.BIG .
as well as those now being con- A.
r mania theory. !He has had considerable seeking second grade certificates were; ability, and the band boys

i experience in insanity cases,here; Misses Grace,, Eleanor (Graves, and sidered. consider themselves fortunate to MUSICAL ACT AT fUs to ifuy *
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: and-for a' number of years before Louise Hess of Kissimmee, Misses FINE MUSIC AND EATS AT again secure their services. CASINO NEXT THURSDAY "t
: and hedoes not believe and Bertha Williams of -
Louise.
here Rogero
coming ,; ,
I BUNGALOW TONIGHTThe POLA NEGRI AT CASINO Collins' Musical Seven lar billed to room
that Franklin had written : Cloud' and Miss Ruth Fertic
that fact
a the =$Saint ;. NEXT WEEK IN "MAD.LOVE" appear at the Casino theatre nextThursday must ;
', suicidal references and collected of Center P rk. Miss Meda Ross ofSaint'Cloud"'wa supper nnd musical program at ( night, and Manager C C. ,

'i .JL suicide newspaper'clippings' : "examined for .first the Methodist Bungalow tonight The big seven'reel screen sensation Jordan says it Is a whirl wind act. he will -

i 4 sly showed d.menti4'lIe, beee..r-l grade''certificate& ,;andMrsIris O. promises to be a treat. According to "Mad Love," showing Pole Negri at There will also be an excellent mo. leg

tt '? her of eases.where suicides! Schnck,'.of'Orange- Center; for primary chose who are on "the inside" there her best is the attraction which Manager '; Lion picture. ly. .

no signs of being demented. He also 1: graded m Col virtu Parker ,and Mrs. will be an especially good musical C. C. Jordan of the Casino theatre1 ment y

I 4 said that jthsVfihaker;; religious'beliefj I [r:Fern.YockeU.both ofSatat; Cloud, took program of both Instrumental and YOj j has secured for presentation aext Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lupfer, Jr.. and water ",

t 4*doeaot consider: it wrong to end one a,'the examination jfo"jthe; special..certifyicateSjjp cal numbers. Supper-will be served, Monday and Tuesday.' Reports.from daughter Mares and Misses Emily

y life If suffering and burden seem the t,j >40 Mt5fiU*"*,,,Taw. and that also is prophesied as being Other,PIae.. where this film has.been I Sanderson and Margaret Lesley/Ford water;,
I of -left." This might I1'1 I Tho of all the examinees The that of the Miss''Sander.
only part Ibdng f papers were well worth any body money. sbqiwn indicate ace largest ed to Dsytona Snnd.yr early ;

;> hav cause*Tallahassee. and the results an proceeds go to furnishings for the ':crowd "of movie fans of.the year will son remained there 'with her sister, 1 ... '

! 'cording.to.Dr..DerbysMrebut; ,wou1Jl j not. yet known: ""the"' ."'local- superb. primary department of the.Methodist; torn 'out'.to 'sea the,much;;'talkedr/of: ipicture. Mary, who accompanied;Mrs.. .Will Marvin, DuPont, 'U' down,, froa'

,;Inr; j:- rProT..D1tt.: . ,; .".1 tendent'1 -bffiec;, !" Sunday; school l ".. /Steed. .and. son. ,Arthur,.. last. Saturday.' Saint Augustine, over Sunday.; J
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i ? OSCEOLA COUNTYFor L THE I. SAYS THE STATED .1|< RURAL '

'0 MARKETING BUREAU 4> By Spud
AND
1 : The Period Ending 1\farch,31st, 1923. V 4 '!'4 DANGER

A LETTER FROM CHICAGO i 400000000 .*
'. of the and dlburmcnt* of the County : .
The following receipts
report
March 81t 1923. with tho After rolling along the rails for 47! Virtues Retained
,,. Fund of OHCBOL.A COUNTY for tho period ending The United States uses more wood We had turned and I..
balance and amount of warrant*. out..tandlnlAnd a statement of the Asavtsand Chicago proved_ Dangerou' and
hours arrived in some* Sickenln..
'we ,
n liabilities.. &ml lh."valu.. of County PI'Opol'IYl-oth"r than School of the than any other country. In fact theconsumption a few minute rest QualitIes' Removed.- Perfected
anal oceola County a* reported on the Slst dny or March 1988. by 1100 Boar times! called "The Windy City:" We in.this equals'' let Tab
of County Commissioner and the Clerk, of the Circuit Court III I hereby! published country : drink of WAter I Called "Calotaba.
under the provisions. of Chapter 6blS. Act of 1WIB. Laws of JlolldL. artlved'on the day'of President IIarding's '" two-fifths the entire consumption i backed to ..-.-
ISHNK8T: : AM I'OH, funeral and found the f1aa"lt j wagon up The 1""d .nauseated"' *
I. Comptroller, of the world or expressed in round figures :-j ing with some I a .- eaorn.l tabl.f
half] mast and signs of mourning up to the drug trade a* "CalotabiT "
about 22 V4 billion cubic feet declares -
,1 f' ..a ,".:"u. .' '\n. 'thli'city where two great ; )'i anything till I had tb. most nrally u..a of all
erywhere.
the U. S. Forest Service The' thus enter
know it upon a
D"PIWllItj Dnlnnce let' 1922Outstanding .::::__, __ 9 C03.SI nearly evenly balanced ty to was a 01 popularltyp.rIO..4 .. wider
( O.tnIJ..r ---- --- ---------.u-- political parties are capita consumption in this country I .ulr"lIn,
.018.40 per We were in from tho* objectionable
Warrant October I"to 1922-------------------------------- ... qualltfe3
l I ,..- the opinion prevails that our is 212 cubic feet of which' 110 cubic have heretofore limited Its .
Net D"tl<.lt __-:: -: __.__________.__n__ n________ ----,1,518.24: country has lost a good president and (III Farmers' Week and In 1 blllouine. oontlp.tlon. ,head.us.
Hr"rom. '. t.T flx )1..that'---------i feet or a little more than half saw that of the and Indlll't'atlon.and! 'In arr
> Tnx Colleetor. Tiixe' __ _____mum________ 3,020.53: all unite to do him honor. limber and the balance consists of; 01 llv.r. atomach and ., y' -,Tax Collector, llrense. __n___:.________________ HH8.8O: is hive of human wagon was taking' calomel wa the most .uec./
Comptroller, Redemption ___.___..__-,--____.. 881. 7 Chicago a mighty cordwood continues the department'sreport hia root stocks remedy, but It* u.* wa 'often
Clerk Loan Warm.nts ______. ___:___ ______n__ 4,500.00(' industry and great things are accom for grass on account of Its *lcknlnaual.neili"
Clerk, Miscellaneous. -___u. _____ _._. _____. ____ 9440 the fol- which was recently printed the dairy farm of the *. Now It 1. the easiest and !
Various Transfers, __u __________un______ 2.157.78 plished. This is illustrated by public distribution. Including the losses Tallahassee of medicine to take m04ll'On.'
Hank. Loan __ ________--______--_______,------ a.noo.oo 310,7E"51 lowing incident. President Uardinlt'tfun..ral '' women in .. at bedtime with a awaliow of
fire insects and disease the .
by alt
tution of the one we .ter.-tllat'a No tat V no
Maklntr Haliinc ____.noooo________ ___.______ "I,' hS9.29Dl.brr.e.rate occurred in Marion Ohio at yearly drain on the country's forests j! Prof W. E. Stokes nili'.' no nausea,. no call. A a-'od
far Nix MoBlbsiSalary sleep and the next
:3 I o'clock The chief scenes were morDlna
of Cl -ik of the Clrrult Court as County p. m. is close to 25 billion cubic feet. At I asked him about feellne one with a clean liver rOil
Auditor mid Clerk to County Cammtealonrra71100' photographed( by a newspaper mat is system and a big appetite. s,
Per Dletn and Mileage of 'Commissioners__.____ _.__ 39440 swift airplane about the present time this country grow- lie explained to me yoU pleaae. No danver. *lCalotab
Salaries of Other Officer and Employees: and carried by ing only about 6 billion cubic feet. are void only In orlirlnal'''
Judge or County Court _______ ____. __, -_$150.OO three hundred miles across Ohio and several new grasses aled p.ck.ar.a, thfrtyflv. :
I County Prosecuting; Attorney _-_______ _____- _0000 19998 Florida has long been one of the lead tried out and found the large, family' package cant.
____.______..._ Indiana and early the next momina :
Attorney for County Commissioner 800.00 forested states but our timber Isl i for the small trial .1.... 'TJU '
I Jo.llor ______________--__ ___--_____--_____ __-_____ 75'00I appeared in the Chicago Tribune. ing 'conditions by our .-.. la I authorised to refund th.
Repair. to County BulldhiKs: being cut and burned at II rapid rate. is '
that this .
I Jail _.- +tTZ.:. __m_ ____ __. __ ___.._. .3 32.0 This is truly a big city and worth I grass thoroughly delighted with Cslolnba.!'
Furniture and FIxtulTiT. for: human title Farm- er the state to a Ad".)
but is the of
Court Mouse __ __ __- . ..-._.00 __ __ u__ __ --- r-3131.5Jai emulation in many respects, "Duck Raising" ,
'
____I________u__ -______--_--__________--__ __ i3.611 life is not held as sacred as it ers' Buletin 697 which was originally agents and farmers -

Kxj use Janitors* of County and Other Hulliliiius., \ Attendants: ._______.___________$89'.00 should be. One of the daily papers issued in 1915, but has been revisedin it and continue Us

9r sight Fuel and Water ___________________.________ 257.10Insurance prints morning the number of its third edition. Ask the Division | We went down to PUBLIC 8TENOQr ;
__un___________ _____nun________ 1.20 every and found _'" \.APHKR
Incidents ____ ______________._________________ RII.17 persons who have been killed in the of Miscellaneous _._________ ____________-_____u_____ 297.83 city since January first by automobiles ment of Agriculture, Washing, D. who own livestock D. KLEINMAN
I Care, of County Poor.Rxpenses :
.1' OneniHoii Poor Hou es and Furmg-/1,511.39 pistols and moonshine; Up" to C., for this bulletin, if interested. ,be mighty glad of. JUSTICE OF. PEACE 1 r
Allowance Mad., to PnupeiM outside! of PoorHouses seen, Dallis and Vasey
and paid by. Wni lants ________.----oo---- LICoroner'4j this writing the score stand; killed by HANDLES ALL CLAIMS
.queata: automobiles 408 by !, 150 by This is the bathing season! and of soil-wet or dry- ,
; guns ; J
+ FenP? ftf Office! Juror nod l WUn< ffn...:_::'_ _______.96554lnsahity thousands of people go in every day hardest winters we .
Inquiries.Fee : moonshine, 133. It is appalling to

I of Officers and ('ommltt..IIn-_____ _--_ u__ __3131.1.0Stalluarry think that a number of persons equaling and every day some one is drowned. last four years. r. KRIBBS W. j. 8TEtD;

and Stationery Printing.Uenerol : and lilanks. .. .. -__ .. _ _. .. $2r..I..r.. one eighth of the population of Swimming is fine exercise and experienced vantages and note{ of KRIBBS &: STEED

.Advertising requited. )by law and paid for l h,v Count 728.t15 Kissimmee have.. been k'lled' in thin swimmers are among the frca of Bermuda and
F Commission. laid to OfllcerH: A..p. ... C..a..1.r. at Ww
Tax Assessor. ., _.______--_--________--__-_ __--___31.91488!>! city in leu than eight! months by auto and cxrowndedunwb6aftertc othfo Napier is the 1"___ ........
Tax Cullvt-tur __00. __________ __._oon__ _'___._ 1107.32: :! drowned because of the attempted la known in
Clerk Plrt'IIUourt.. Recording und Uriurnl *!. ire crop Beaeral ...ell** !. .all lisle ahd

Court W urk __._ .. __-_ ___________0000 ______ ____ 830.11" The fact that 150 have been killed stunts they try to pull off. Folks! who j y,.... I've been 11.1t. atal.s O..rta
I Expenses\: of Hlectlon .__._._____. ____u__ ____._ ii2.40 beat the train to the crossingsor
County Agent ____ _____ ______ ._____,, _______.. -. 1,109.91merest ( ,by guns during this same period i"' try to there's a better day i
__ 163.32 beyond their depth in water are that is If live / JOHNSTON O. P. OARRKTT!
; l Loan -_:::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::.. :::::: 8.6u0.04): an eloquent argument that gun toting go us.! we i

Clre-ult Court Library ---- ----- ------n_---.------- 151' 00 I should stop and the !same be sa d 1 often among those who are plantedunder Sometimes they try JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW
I Chamber of Commerce. _u__ ____,________ _____.._ 31000; '21.4R4114I..klllg about moonshine. the daisies on account of their world is on the road
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) Deficit _______ _____ ______00___ __ --__ f6:. Y5,43' Taken in the large, Chicago is I r. smartness. Many swimming match.cs when I see such *: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank
OrKiror In Warrant No. 2839 Issued. H<-pt. 4ih.In 1922. and ehotth made in seas
by This world
are being persons believe it.
oumtandlim wmrants. of last. report as .$I3.145! paid' 113.51''. wonder city. It's official motto I" Building
I i "rror In cnt" HUB wurrnnt of rcenrd----------------------------- 3 :11: : "I will" and it accomplishes great lakes!!, und livers, but none of P'm' its! people are many, KISSIMMEB. FLORIDA

Net Illicit Match 31. l 1923 .._ ., _. .._ . n_. _ _ n_ __ _.. . -- 3,;,62.29 things. erhaps much of its spirit i i.* add to the sum of human usefulness. way of l letting all
I Wananls, OutstalMllilK March 3Ixt 1923-_.___ ._ .3114$ ,3 reflected in the following verse which Novelty and dare devil stunts of any pie work together. Milton Pledcer Ellis F. palls 1

Depository Halanr.' March\ 311. 1HJJ ___ _ .n___ ______--____ 3 ';i.44 :I copied from a display window. Kind are foolish. : things! is for '
V'\.: AII'OH..Tl'HIJ! FL D --- all PLEDCEU) &: DAVIS
Depository Italnncc' October tat 1928---------------------------------- $253.76 :"When the whole blamed world seem A limited number of copies of the is getting better

Outstanding 11an-shln October 1"1. 1323________--______________________ 38.2' I gone to pot, first revised! edition of the Department )people on it just can't I ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW '

1i Depository Ltalance October let 1923_______ __. ___ ____._________ __ f.r.2 I And business is on the bum.A of Agriculture bulletin No 110'( entitled I. ------------------ State Bank BulldlngK18SIMMEB.
iamU; in the .
N.eelp4m for ale "........ lifted '
chin.
From Tnx Collector Taxes _. _____ -__ ___--_--_ ___ __--. $ .25 27Comptroller two cent grin and a "Legal Phases in Co'-operative lively new, are :. FLORIDA '
Redemptions ____________________ 68.98Sheriff Helps some, my boy, helps some." for free
Fine _ ____. ___ ________________________ 1.289S1! Association, is available cnn be) cultivated with I
Clerk Loan Warrant ______ ___________n_______ ._ 2.000.11") E. S. HALL. distribution among those interested. in machinery.
Hank, loan ___ ___ _.- _._ . .. _ _..--- -- I.THHMHI 3577901 saving DR. R. J. DENNING
: the agricultural co-operative move-i -
(GOVERNOR; WILl. HEAD COMMITTEE :
Making n..lane.n____ . ._ _ ____ _ _. .__. __ n.I": H ment as producers, operators!!, students Trade, return reports DENTISTOver
TO VISIT BOYS AT CAMPA
01.1'.1'.1. for IOIS'! 81.4h' ..
Cost of Cilmlnitl Prosecution : or consumers. Requests should'" be addressed ton are interesting / the Poatoffice.

4 tit )Hherlff! and 1>..pu lie... Cost Hill In Criminal !""H""._ U.667.70 state committee, headed by Cary to the United States Department (are the best HOURS to 11:10. '1 :IU t. (
Clerk of the Circuit Court Cost Hills In Criminal
Case ______ ______--______ __________ ._ 21/(15/ A. Hardee, Governor, has been appointee of Agriculture: Washington, D. States among the '. Phone*174-
Clerk of the Criminal _Court of Record Cost. 11111. McClellen An- Great Britain stood =Office Phone lit
, In Criminal Cases, _________________________. 75.13 to visit Camp C. ,
Justice of the Pence, Cost Bills, In Criminal Cases .40 (n is ton, Alabama, and Fort Barancas, ond And Germany !
County Prosecuting Attorney. Cunvlctlon FeSpeed ..1100__ 3r.r.1H\\ The smallest over of cotton -
Cop Pensacola, Florida, where on August i carry fact, Canada's ,
I Wltne* .ee. -- :::::--::--::::::::::::::::::::::::: 55 62,50 00 I. 27th and 28th they will inspect the' into a new cotton year since the south country were close to $ P. A. VANS AGNEW

Court Btenoffrrnpher In Insolvency Cases.Sheriff' . _______.. i393 became producer of the
work accomplished by over 4000 an important than her purchase
Commission on Fines Collected---------- 67.09 ATTORN B T.ATrLAWOFFICES
"' 1'eedlnic Prisoners" ________nnn________________ 742.15 southern boys!!, 800 of whom are from staple 'was announced in the annual country in 1922. Ii'I 'I
Pay of Juror In Ci Imlnul' Cane. County andJusllee
Peace Cnuits n__-- ________._____-- ._ nO.80 Florida, now attending the Citizens' report of August 1 issued by the New j Winter Park Florida
Salary of Judge of Juvenile Court_____-<_______ ___ 76.00 Orleans cotton exchange. The total i Hot weather ia a
lame Wardeti .nn__ ______.__ ________________ 400.00 :Military Training Camps from August
a Miscellaneous ________n_____-__________________ 19t.tf6 !! 1 to 30. carry' over in the cotton belt was 047.000 .- ;, It in said that '
,( loan _____n__________________________-__ 4,080.00Interest bales compared with 1,906,000. ,much stand hot .00.0..0.00000..00. ..
___ '_____,oo_____________..._.-_._._-__ 46.6.8 '$,4S5.u6 The State committee has also been ..
: invited by Major General David C. The total quantity held on plantations'and 'I(|tare' throwing too

Net O..O..lt.Jarl'h 81st, 192.1Worrant -.____,.--_- .....,.....,...........-...." :.. .aIRO.59 in the south that are TURNER MARBLE A GRANITE
uncounted towns was {i ystema
.Outstandlns'.. March\ Slut, 1028...........,.... ..:'," ', 3,193.41DeposltoryRelance Shanks, Commander of the Fourth COMPANY TAMPA *
,.' ', \ /.'. v : >'f'1,1\: estimated at 184.000 against 946,000. to adjust themselves .
fj. visit Fort
Area to
( ,
'1. Corps Bragg, near
.,. ,_ ... ... ._...... ....... I 1'.83
'j,: too'
,' t. who eat little MONUMENTS !I.
'commercialcrop are
.. \, IT.. JllnAlJi"'l! itI"i: \ j{ ; . FayettesviUe, N. C. on Its tour of Inspection It was announced that the _
epoltory Halance October 'lt, 1922____---_.___.. .__ ___ _::----$1,1418.68 i -of the just ended amounted Worse fix. They are M ,>
Outstanding: Warrant iK-tober 1st. 1922______1___IIII__j': __________ __ 2.268.36 ; however, this does hot seem year I M. J. Crowder, Agent, Klisimmee*
tales-compared with 11- engines to work
possible at the present time! according to 11,283,000 .
Net Baleue.Oelnber 1st. 1922------------------------! : 85,7t773 653,00 of last\ i the t strain is ..... .. o.O.
Heerlpta for MX. "......, to B. C. Riley Civilian Aide to the year.
Front Tax Collectoi' Taxes _ __ _00.1 7.39109 Secretary of War for the state of |I-c careful
Tax Collector. IjtceriKis. . __ . __ _ 43.20 The new bad check law passed" byI
Comptroller Redemptions. _ __ .__ _. 1.235.41 Florida who when he appointed the I There fur .oooo.tt..o..t..OOO.i
Comptroller, Auto Tax .._ __nh___-_ 63.48 said southern the last Florida legislature gives tho ,, arc 1.0C9
Comptroller. ", Motor l-lci-nxex, . .. __ __ 1,437.4)8 committee : "Every !! state maker of the bad check, 5 days, after des' including the .
Pank. ...... r14,060 Oil $2I','!2'N will be well represented by a visiting i i
Real
receipt of written notice that it i ill I skunk, etc., and the Estate Agency

4 Making>: Pal 11\lie," __ ________ _. __ __ -_ _ 334,4,1.7.97' committee of prominent citizens during worthless, to "make good." After five
Dl.h.r.rr.ewl. fnrt air Nn.lh.t the closing period of the Citizens'Military I *
FIRE. LIFE. AND ACCIDENT
Supe. t Intfiideilce and /SupervlHlonSulniles . days he has no excuse in c' urt but
. ,.. Training Camps. Elaborate INSURANCE *
1
of Hon.I SUI"'I'IIII.I1.I./ ;"r' .1 IIMIH'.IP, $ 6an 4,0 if the holder
Paid i to County Commissioners l for Uon.l. InHpectloli 152.511 plans have already been made to entertain must suffer prosecution | INDEMNITY. BONDS 0-
4'.4etractlon, and .Maintenance' of Roads.. and Kriil{....: of the bad check so wills and becomes: 0
Cost of Material __ ___ ___ .1.7IH.IO 1 1yl the Florida Committee with a I' .
,yl Tools and Machinery Cost and IE. p.ut-M' __ __ 43227 liable to a penalty of not more than
i J.h' Stock 1 Cost. and Care and (I''eidinu. _ _ ____ 1.2"7.23 military program which will undoubtedly rtlx months in jail or not more than
) ('old for Free labor, other th..n Guards.-- _ 7,080,11 show the value and benefit of a
1"1or Convict. fluards __ .. ..h __ _. 2:11I: 40F. $500 fine, or both. \
.....llnl? and' Core of C4ntl.t. on. Itnnds---------. 1443.61, monthfji training in the Citizens': __ S.B.AULTMAN

County\ '\ur\e\or -. .. _..._ _. _. ._ 1.178.3"" Camps and will also give them an op- "A fine clump of. huge bamboos I.
Payment on Account of Road.. built bv Contract_ 2.387.1
payments ..Account ofllil 1 on account or DlKcharKe Cnuvlete. L ___ __ _. ___ .._ ___ i'2.52; competition vegetable forms.,. resembling: th' light \
Care" Dan. fI'own'" Child ._.__ ____ __.:__ 17.01.1 f17.ii.2.1 knowledge .of elementary military and airy plumes of the bird of para-

Net 'Balance )March 311. 1i>23__ ___ _ __ _____ __ __ ___ _._ $12,2.55 ;. practice which they have gained dur- [ J ise copies on a gigantic scale in living REAL ESTATEand
Warrants OutstandlnKTaich) 3101.t 1H23! _____ ._._ -_____ .'139.2" ing this i period. In past camps Florida foliage.> Alfred Russell Wallace

Depository Ifalance March 3lHl. 1923______ __ ____________ .15.15.0 1 :! men have won many honors anJ in Tropical Nature. The h.imboo
; O'Klltl.; 110I> FID" taken a larp-e share of the medals offered does well in most parts of Florida.] :
\ Depository llalance October( 1st. 1922------------------------------. f s'.:f SI FIRE INSURANCE
OutstandlnR Waiiants. Octobei, lut. 1922--------------------------! 12 r3".6 by the U. S. Military TrainingCamps --
Nearly CO percent of the cotton area
Net )Deficit October, 1st. lSti'2Heeelptu __ _ __ _ n__ __.__ __ ___ _. _n_ ._ '! ;.::, Association. in of A thousand --
for Mix. Months ia now planted four states west

From Tax Collector Taxes ... u --- -,------- -- -- __ - __. :. 5$ Dear Editor: I am writing to say the Mississippi River. The shift of the throats -
Tnx Collector. LicensesComptroller. _- ___.. __ ___ _ _ __ __ __ 2701.1 I 11 Darlington Avenue
n..I'ml.llon"( __ _h___ __ ___.__ 612.2/\/\ that I read Spuds Johnson's articles cotton area to the plains states west "ThirstiM"
nanl,. Transfer, ___n______ __ .. _. __ __ __ 1.e..13.1I1 S",42.5.77: in your news! service with much in- I{ of the Mississippi in recent years is glee. It's their I

f 6 ; Maklne: KalaneeOl _ _n __ n__ _. ___ __ '--n___ $9,6,19 t9, terest. This is more than good I tuff.! | due to extreme ravages of the boll ,
j .biirmr.<.. r.r Mix Slenth.rI give the
r\ Inten..t oil TimeVairalits -_ ___ __ _up _ ____.- SI.OAOni. I should assume that these storiea! weevil in the old states, farm labor CITYMEATJARKET
f 1., Payment on Time Wariants, and 1nterest--------" >. __ sinliu.U"Maklnir : : t6ln; ou would be widely reprinted.-B> Utow migration and the lower cost of growing good drink

? Ileflclt _ __ __ __ ____ ___ -_ .____ -___ __ _____ i251 I 11 Adams. cotton on the plains state The
01'-8-7-1912-4017 Peoples! Dank Ally. )Fee TW.-.94.23000 ----- ---..,-- .
--
- -
-- - ---
Or.-8-7-I'22-f"M J. 1... <)"erst reft making r.cotd------" 10110t ( 'W.a1' :
Dr.871ft12409V..lern Union Messages re-loud___ 36)1 Comptroller" '' Aulo Tnx ______ u____ _._____ 20406 j\
)} .-8-7-1922-4l<> Joe Johnston 3r; CuiiimlKMon Hour] 117.47' I.. II. \Vll8on Cattle l hlp l| _____________ _______ __ 324 OO tl.S.,9M
Dr.-8.7-1922-411 Osceola Hardware Co Cemrtlt-_._ !'%S.2/1 -- ----.
T>r,- -1822-413 Osceola County tank pa> m.iit draft.Dr. .- 140.45 .MnkltiK' llalance __ __ ______.___ ._ -__ ____ (1 42U.G2 Fresh Mea.t and l
.- - %-418 So. Clay JlfK Co,. Lrlrha----. r..n"o 9Ui ItUliurkrmeMtM for Him "........ NoheI'epo.llor
i 4 Dr,- -7-I'21-4J7 Farmer" & liiKiani, toad tl'urk----- 1.92961 $12,40,69s
- y Italnn.r.Mur'h- 31st. '1923-------------------------------(34<>9C2 VegetablesPhonc
; Net Holan. March' Slst. 19239,04058, F4IH FI'D.1).pnnltnry .
Warrants outstnndlnK March Slst. 1)23!) ____. __ _... _____ 'r.10.011 Itnlance October lot.. I 1922----------------------------------144I4O
1, Outstanding "Wariant October hI. 1922-_____ _____________________ _ l.&OOUH/ -
4 Depository O..lan.fAr'h] Slst. 1923___ ______.._______. 1111.45".68 44
1 t
,rYR !'t"'AL' P1hilt IT' FVYI' ) Net Italanee October 1.1. 1932----------------------------------------$ 391.4"
? I Depository Balance! October let 1922 --- >_,. _:_____ ______ _. CGH7 Meerlpts far MX >!..!...! for Thirst
-- ---
. OutstandlnK Warrant October lit 1822----- """ 250.01, From, Source I'nkliown __.____--________..--,__-- ________________ ____. ___f S2. .1'Mnklnif 1

'( 'p. Vet Balance "lol..r lat 1922__ _- --___._____ ___ _______________________. .. Hn la lice ____n_ _____. .--_________-- __---___ _______ __.__ _-_._|Vj4."S- T fmnn-CniithT
...._....
/teee/pte ,.. a/x M..t.... II far pis "'....... PLUMBING'SSnoP ;

From. Tax Collector Tax** _- __-------_________--________$466.63 Fair Kxhlblt __.-_.________,-----------______---_______ ._.140.11.11. ,
I : Tax Collector License. ._ ..._______________ ____.:._ l'l5 -- Ward'." '
:' ", t Comptroller Redemptions ___-__00________"______ 3061 Depository nalanco March Slat 1923____________________________________I 24 t.>H *
Comptroller' Auto Tax _._____________________ 67:91: $16541.5 AAMKTH AMD I.IABII.ITIK8 distinctive and . .
I Asssa'st.rea
,. Uaklnir Balance ------. ------_______--_____ un.u \ ",." 12. flavor to the \ ',
t .Dl*.. ins.*me-it. f.. Blx :H....... -- llalano Ch In Depository. All ...un.u______ 830,21384 oils of l Nothing TOO Big"Nothing
-
4 y 0t County Canning ;Aurenf -----_-------------_____.__??.??,. Uncollected Taxe ...f____________..?.-----.._-_..-.. .481S2J.93To oranges | )SniaU.U j;j
t 11on.tlga_ County relyr_ lime 'T4)these Too
----------n---------. 50.00 9450.00tl > --__.__.. ......--.___>..__-----.j._-i__._____.___|7S.II..%. /
,Nei r Balan" March Slit "*___________________-___ .331.89 warrant. 'LIAB.LITIRI added fare'. !. ff TTlfj t- "n' f
Outstndlnr _. ''...J.____..__.
.
o3Varrante Oulstandln/r/ March IJII 1)23------------------ ---------- -- ; 1414784 citrus' .2( : ;
200.00f
---------------i 'fruif Guaranteed
Tim. juJc
.- o.< i & __.-- 118.Hlo.'JI( ) i 'Work'

s f i' ,- ,Depplt.J'. ) Balance March TICK llt.KHADICATIOIV IUI_.:___.____._.__,._ 'ULU Bond.!: .alnr! --.:5.r. : ;( '-...-.Y------__ ______ U8,6110.00 certified .food '1'"nJ"' \ wiDi'IW uC! H 'a.i: ., ',1 ;:

k ..P4pe.ltoryBalaho.'October' lt. IIJI........-Fl'ND.____--_____-__ ._ II'.hd .. Total .._,_...i 4..i,.-..__--__ Bp---_____r_____,-______...4 es.64 7.34 acid and : 1" T\h'i J "A ---:1 t 1.
t Outstanding ,Warrant October jot. !.:'______._______.. ---- -. Ii''0 Yale .1 C..67 PF.prrty. '
.t 4 .
'. ------- ---- Court House 'An4 .IAIJI.-----: ; ;, _._._"_. __.. ._...OOOOO.OO itd w.irT; r" '

4 "' f'NBataneti' lfctobe let.' I2I...f'.-. ..---.-------.-.-_--_...__----.,----.-11'.te...1 8 Poor*11001.Houses. P'arm"..----->r-._..-------.-.,CfcZ5 -..C'>"--. JooioooiooOther COCA-COLA oryne1434.4'
.
1' 10.eOO.oo ,
Ia7Mtr.tbar *
t R..Npts -:4 .p'otwrt" "'? WORKS HI
1 From', Tax Collector.- Taxes --!'--"",--,,--.-.-.---.-.-*_,' Cottnty'Zr,, ,....IZIII;.:IIZIZriZI"....___ 10,000.1'0 1 I' :
h '.Tax' Collector_ : License ....._,.*.__.._.. __.__... 8 IO Klailmmet, ; y roo have:J a aate'1' "a'iM1I "
Comptroller.13.demptloa. .. Total ........ ..., ; .. ....__;;:... '
If .-.-__-'..-_-..? 18li44. ?- ? - *y- .- I"O.MO.OO $ la onr...cl* i"> }_

fed 1 / n v /. .a ", ".' ... . u"j'a. -tt ft'i' ..will >fUl Vum,. J:*41''.'I ;

1 y 4. R 4 ;" ...';f 94) ,j' 3$4uf't
; ''M
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a .\ KISSIMMEE .TALLER: ,Q JFRIDAT., AUGUST?1923 ..........'..- .

HA DING'8 DEATH A FACTOR -- ,- . . .. .':
at- -
meeting in Ohio : -' "
TOWARD' INTEGRATION according to THE COMING PRESIDENTIAL.CAMPAIGN .. Such A man is not wantdU i .;, presidential -

49 __ I press dispatches. As a body the lis( , : "chair ' :
While 'influence that of tener rose' In protest and it was only 1 These an: --> - i JI4J44 **># ; '
.. the life) Th. disastrous' ,;.ar!. questions which, the people I
Warren Q.< Herding will, .'.one the by .retracting. words, kissing the effect' of the Under of the South must.study with great !
wood
tariff bill upon the business interests !
.United: States may- be ey jnattnr for Amer1enfJar and swearing allegiance of this can during the next, twelve months. TAMPA'S STORES CAN 7 7SUPPLY

the 'ean.to determine at haaM frequently to" the constitution of the United country bringing almost -Manufacturers Record ..
State that the unparalleled stagnaton and loss
speaker saved himself
been pointed out by the dailypress '
the influence of hit pasting .is from the hempen noose which was 'es, heading thousands of, tnduetries.straight TREAT CITRUS FOOT ROT }

already evident throughout the nation. tightened about his neck. Ten days be .' toward bankruptcy in 1913 BEFORE,, GETS SERIOUS YOUR NEEDS
fore and 1914 should be a warning to the
what would have
'To-day the people of this country are happened to ,' Large citrus trees .
least are
that same speaker He would have South at that no free trade ad- often
more closely, integrated than they finished Ivocate deserves' the support 'of the killed in a single season by th 'dilu,.
what had'to
he i )
have been since the armistice say without:
,'whichbrought molestation in all\ probability and far people of the South. known as "foot rot." The trouble ,Everything you need'ror; the home or: business <

an 8Dd to hostilities in Europe from'resenting his words, would I Two things which stand out preeminently moat prevalent''on' trees planted, on -anCilliose articles, which 'your community ;
was .lped..Aineriea for has many low '
week land
a is
I in this and in the especially dangerous to
have campaign
openly approved. merchants do not.carryean be found in Tampa's
,been aroused from its apathy toward I nursery trees. If control .
vote of the South should be that this measuresare '
the forcea which were striving to undermine The have people of the United States today section win not favor, a free trade or taken In time little l loss 'will be leading stores. A trip to the metropolis of

the very foundation.. of the calibre of a a man better who conception is chosen to of hold the a wet candidate. Any man who is experienced *,. I South': .Florida. :and'you can -purchase the.things ..

the nation and to bring J its level downto 'down the presidential chair than in foisted Upon the Democratic party by "The disease begins in the bark"*of you have ,been wanting to get. ;
that of Russia. The death of the the
., wet interests should be literally crown or main roots, usually atpr
the slow journey with his many year* Wording's character: I I I just below the surface ;soil .
.president adverse of the .
I swamped by an vote in the
body from the Pacific coast to Washington > during portrayed the neither past ten days has been South, if the Southern people believe ; says O.; F. Burger plant pathologistof ) Your:: Transportation: Free.*
the services at the capital city by the political. 'the Florida Experiment

and finally the funeral at Marion leaders,who wished to see him.reeled- ,i|):political in morality fetish.more than they believe in .?:It is first, noticed by 'a small Station.'area of Resides! the unequalled values: they ,offer you. in, -,

served to bring the people sharply; Ills ed\nor chances by those in who the' .desired election to wreck I I The prosperity of! this section more decayed bark from which there is a e\leryline/ of dependable merchandise, the members -'" ':,

a consciousness of the :relation they has been rather those next who ; it 1 and more depends 'upon a protective slight oozing of gum in small dropsl: of the Retail Merchants" Transportation: J ,,
his
i bear to the land they live in as'nothing were tariff and in view the The decayed bark has.a water-soaked '
of ,
personal friends, his home town taro i enormous Association will also refund your railroad, boat ,
'' else could have done. In death ? and
Harding accomplished what he probably elates, In other words those who know importation with American of foreign agricultural stuff competing and- appearance. found beneath.a watery" 'giim is usually or automobile fare, both ways;on following.:.]

never could have accomplished in him as a man and not as a POlit : The treatment recommended Dr. basis when'cash purchases made n t
. who ,have given the world a Cla.1)1) manufactured products, the tim' ,. may by are :

life. sight into the character of Warren I come when we shall hive to have avery Burger .consists in removing the soil On -!. '.a.....*... ..sl.... nlleac retard, .. Batten sad retaratallevare '
Possibly there is nothing which from about the
crown roots, exposingall ;
G. If the-nation much higher tariff than that of On $1.0 pnrvaaw, MajKlaaiiMeiM reran,.4O r11ssad'retar. ,',, '
brings a family -closer together than Harding. could! know i:the. KOrdney-Macumber bill. A lower infected areas. Then all activp diseased . <>. ........_.. .axlm.. aalleae ...,..*..M sitesa.d'rpIer.) .,
its leaders
the death of one of its members. It in life as it knows them in !,tariff would the land, destroy areas should be cut out clean to O* .:I..'....."...., 'auxintvraj .aa ,,nalleaire refuse,. lee rnlleo ... '..*-. I'',

is only.then that the poignant.realisa- death much of the agitation for the thousands of swamp industrial enterprises, the healthy tissue, and' some antiseptic : , stetTwentyof' t, ;

tlmtof' what that mother or father overthrow of the existing order of applied. For this purpose 'either 'of "
and agricultural this'
bring to
things would be eliminated. poverty many Tampa's leading stores back of-.. .
i ,
sister brother to his closest the
or meant interests. following are goods crude carbolic s
,The past ten days, sad as they have ._ fer. Communicate witH any one of them when ,1
and
of km comes. Bowed down by the'com- '1 Upon theScut+'i-will.rest! a large degree acid 1 part, water 1 part, in
'
jnpn! burden of sorrow, the family, before been have beenwholesome ones forthe of responsibility as to""whether it which a little soap has been dissolved; you c6rneto-; Tampa.and the details of thisr j '_

perhaps split a hundred ways' by United States. They may be likened shall favor its self-preservation or avenarius carbolineum dilute or proposition will be completely explained: 4
In a way to the days of 1917 when . ,
dissension' becomes a unit and ever against the influence of any man whois full strength; or bichloride of mercury . tTrade l'
millions
after, there Is a bond of Increased of boys and men marched '1 to JOOO solution. j *
not whole-heartedly in favor of : ;
away from their homes in soldier.garb. prohibition at These Stores . .
sympathy which, tends to keep back The those per se. We do not mean a In removing the earth from the '. .*." -.,. .,.
leavetakings of
days were .
the old dissensions wholesome in their effect who simply favors!! it because) the roots some experienced growers use ADAMS JEWELRY CO_______________1____611 Franklin St. ;r.
So has it been with the death of althoughthe r.an is on the statute books, but who ; a water hose connected with the spray Fin. Watches and Diamond

Harding. Expressions of grief which. war with Its bloodshed and horror believes deep down in his soul in pro I tank washing the earth away from BAILEY, THE CLOTHIER--________________514 Franklin St. ';
were far from being superficial have was not. Thoughts for the time hibition and against the of the ; the\ trunk. This prevents any mech- Men' Furnishings I' .\
were centered not on the everlasting power anical roots.. RECKWITH-RANGE JEWELRY CO.,--_,.____410 Franklin St.niamonrl -.I!
come from every corner of the land Combined liquor interests' of the world injury to the Water is -
for *. Watches, JewelrvDANIEL )
struggle wealth but the dangers
on
from every stratum of society. Pic-i which threatened now seeking to destroy the prohibitionlaws stored in the spray tank, and thepressure CRACOWANER,_________________Franklin and PolkDepartment 'j
tu'es were broadcasted a few days ago I this country of this country. run up to about 200 pounds. BtoreDAVIS 1 .J

rho wing three members of one of the I land its sons. In like manner, the I The South must, therefore., if it is After the diseased areas have been SHOE CO.___________________________$13 Twiggs St. a '.
'althlest and best known families oft thoughts of the United States since treated the trunk and the exposed "Rhoe.-Nothlna-. But Shor*" .' ..}.
\\-
the death of its president have been 'honest with itself and its own people, O. FALK DEPARTMENT STORE,____- ___712-16 Franklin St.Department ;
h. United: States on their knees on favor man who believes in roots should be painted with a wash
a a protective Store
the steps of the capitol building in centered on the great national loss. tariff and (tn prohibition for made of equal parts of air-slaked lime DAN CALVIN __ ______ ______________..___..311 Zack St. i
Washington. praying for their dead The inevitable result has been an increased prohibition's sake, in the presidential and powdered sulphur, mixed with Ey.sExamined-lasses Fitted t. ..4,
It- .ler. In the same newspapers which I loyalty: : to country and a campaign which enter sufficient water to make a thin paste HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.___Lafayette and Franklin he
upon we are .
carried this picture were printed res- heightened stands reverence for its toward ideals and the flagwhich traditions. ing. All the power of the liquor interests that can be applied easily with a SHOE AND Men'TOGGERY FurnishingsGLENN CO.________507 Franklin St. a i
oltons mourning the loss of the pre.p. .- of the world will be concentrated brush. The entire trunk should be Shoes andVidle Ready-to-Wear .'

...aed voluntarily by tlie'prisoners If that loyalty and reverenceof upon trying to put into the painted for three or four feet above HARRIS CLOTHING COVT_____uuuu_--_705. Franklin St. = :
"J.I' 'it which had been drawn up and flag maintains only in part duringthe the ground. This prevents further Men's Furnishings -
chair who t
0' 'nan}' penitentiaries of the coun- troublesome days which loom he presidential nominally a man favor the, though spread of the disease If the old Infected HODGE &: SHERMAN______________,____802-8 Florida .Ave. ,
I may probation Complete House Furnisher
ahead the death of hard
Harding
ti I' The loss was not confined tot law because it is a law, wit! spots are? cleaned thoroly and LOUGH &: MORTON, INC.__________________707 Franklin St.Optometrist . 1.,
rich! the the the ?!I though it has been to his widow, his the diseased cut before '
h. or poor, great or II at the same time be in sympathy 'WIth parts away -0;
1o" !ly. It was to the American people, I I father and his country, will!]} not have the liquor interests and practically all treating. MAAS BROTHERS__________--___.Franklin, Zack and Tampa +1 "
been without. recompense.-Greeley Department Store on hundred and fifteen million of
I (Colorado) Republican. of the big importing interests and many COCK ROACH SHOULD BE MAAS, CLOTHIER &: HABERDASHER___Franklin and, Zack, >t -
th .
u I international bankers backed by FED SODIUM FLUORIDEOne "..n'a and Boy' Furnishing ,i
Shortly before the funeral at Marl Furnished Flat for rent W. B foreign powers will do their utmost to STEINBERG &: CO...___-.. __ ____ __1611 Seventh Ave. 'J

on, Harding was..criticized. by_a__radical: Harris. Gazette office. 14-tf put., forward a free trade candidate.! of the most annoying pests of Depai'tment Store (Tbor City) 'i $
- in TAMPA FURNITURE CO., INC.-__-____.707-09 Florida Ave.,
the housekeeper Florida is the cock- '
Complete House FurnUher (.
roach. They are particularly fond of TARR FURNITURE CO._______________.Tampa and Twiggs .,
starchy materials and will eat the Bverythlnir for the Home ? ;:!
IIITZOPITY a z n V i c z ,starch off of curtains, book bindings; TRICE-O'NEAL FURNITURE CO.I011.1S Franklin St. n" :{
etc. Complete House FurnUher T ',
H. F. VATTERLIN------------------------809 ,Franklin St.;
,i
control
The first measure in the of \!
Shoe for the Whole Family
cockroaches is to. keep all food in WOLF BROTHERS__--________--_______--__808 Franklin. .St. ,or
HHz tight containers so that they cannot )(en'* and Bo>'*' FurnishingRETAILMERCHANTS'TRANSPORTATION* "t t

[3.4 get'toit, according J. R. Watson of 1e

the Florida Experiment Station. Tight'.

ei screened houses--will aid in'' keeping I ,;

them\out.vi"i")" .;i."". ,
The egg"casea"of.the cockroach are ." :v '"" ," 'r'"'.' I I

ASSOCIATION .
flat, black capsules half an inch long. .-
These are distributed in cracks and :(

1 crannies about the house and shouldbe TAMPA, : : : : : FLORIDA

wherever found.
destroyed a;
Sodium fluoride is avery good poi ,

} son for roaches. It is a white powder

yeu which can be scattered around, in =

dark cupboards, bureau drawers, etc., J:
wherever the roaches are apt to hide -. WHIP YOURSELF !

the It their .,
away during day. gets on
Into saving some money every month. Most of us have to adopt
feftt and the roaches, in cleaning it borne "Whipping" pfen that compels us to make regular deposits, or .,k
TUB STUDEBAKER BIO.SIX SEVEN PASSENGER TOURING CAR S175O off get enough of it in their mouthsto we wont save anything. "
poison them. There are a numberof The best system is the time proven old reliable Building and
good roach pastes on the market Loan plan, if the company has the age the financial strength, the s
confidence of the based of faithful upright service
Model Again public on years
1924 Big-Six which usually consist of phosphorus in
and is ably and honestly managed. .
some form. Some of these are quite THE UNION HOME BUILDERS of Washington D. C., and St. d;
efficient and the housewife will prob- Louis is such a company and is in a class by itself. Beware of imitation \1 I
Leads in Intrinsic Value ably prefer to use them rather than companies claiming to be just as good." No Building and

go to the trouble of mixing her own Loan Company can claim to be thoroughly, soundly established and
reliable until it la at least ten years old. THE UNION HOME 3
Many motorists who have always Insisted on the beat in every mixtures.If nUH.DERS was established in 1910. I'
thing they buy have discarded: their: heavy bulky high-priced these five measures are observed We have loaned In South Florida alone more than a quarter of a j,. .
Important Items of cars and have replaced them with the Studebaker Big-Six. namely keeping all food out of MILLION DOLLARS DURING THPJ PAST TEN MONTHS-more than
Equipment of the And they that in it represents preciselytheir : one-third of which went Into Polk County, and not a dollar of which 11&&
report way .
every
reach., screening the house!' tightly, went Into Osceola County. Study our plan. review our record and th.nroopvrate '''1
should be.
Big-Six Touring Car conception of what a really fine motor car with u* In placing a goodly volumn of loan her. In Oaceola .
They are enthusiastic! over their: all-round satisfaction with destroying the eggs wherever found, Count).. Our loan are made on Improved city or country property .
Eitra tube' diM and tire Wheel coverHandtome with. tire the Big-Sif became of its dependability; surplus power extreme scattering sc/Jium/ fluoride 'fn dark Itr i welt'* years at 4%. Bend for free booklet V"'
nickel plated comfort for seven passengers, the completeness of itt equipment corners and spreading roach paste
bumpers front ana rear and its fine appearance. UNION HOME BUILDERSStovallNelson
:
Automatic gasoline Ignal: The series 24 model-the finest Big.Six Studebaker ever about the infestation can be kept Building, Tampa. Florida ]

mounted.....M. oa Instrument built-presents a value unapproached by other cars at any. down to reasonable numbers. Prof. :U. 1'. not ER L.ral Ile-prvweaitatlTe _laaae*. .
;
One-piece, rain-proof windwhere near the price. And its nominal coat of operation is a Watson aays.POISONED .
ahiald.Automatic. source of continual satisfaction. "Ir.
windshield ele_. 'II"! .
-- ---- --- -- -
Everything for which one can with in motoring convenience, BAIT FOR THE .
Rearview: ; mirrorQlareproof.. comfort and utility has been provided-even to an extra disc SWEET POTATO CATERPILLAR '
flats :
: W. wlwei with wheel complete with tire tube and tire cover handsome nickels r Business Pen--

i new type. and throtlla plated bumperfroat and rear; automatic gasoline: signal mounted p Damaging results of the sweet po- for, Railway-Tuition i i

combination control.Courtny li i ht.coarl atop lamp.and*.and tail. on The instrument low price board of the and Big-Sis many other due features.to large volume the fact tato caterpillar have been noted infields TelegraphyTouchTypewriting.; *. ;

to Uht. that Studebaker overhead is shared by three model.,the manu. thruout the state, and\.the farmers College ,
Tonneau lamp with sawfacture of all vital parts In Studebaker plant. and Studebakec's are making inquiries of county:
lent .._- cord.Quickaction Vast: physical and financial resources. President :'t
cowl ventilator.iMotanMUr agents and agricultural specialists for
.[ ..witk, lock ,. 4oinainanlal After 71 years of ""a..the name Studebaker enjoys confidence i. means of controlling' this pest. liand !
_.. .
radiator and respect mere than ever ,
Tool kit In left front doer 't A bran bait is recommended by J. --- -

locked with .anaatcr. key.Aluaainwaa 1924 MODELS AND PRICKS o. b. factory Watson, entomologist of the Flor- sown it will fall in very small greatly reduced. The factory of" a "..

t beard* with T corrul.t.1 LIOHT-aU SPECIAL-IX BIO-aIX i ida Experiment Station, for the cheap flakes, thus being of no danger to plant is its leaves. Every day that
rubber mat and ... ad, .. '." I I2'W.1.Pa..... r IY w. 6.' 7-Par. t2' W, a. it
-.6 those leaves cannot function that:
wild birds that might j
fowls pick just
.AhaWeII....... ".. J 4alf. : so H. P id N. P. r and effective control of this ravenous or -
Grip handle on body. rail*. T........__ .. ._.._.. 995 Tourin___.._ $use T-a ..... L.'trio eater of potato leaves and directionsfor up. much less will ,be the amount of material
Thief-.prodt.z ion ..... : Ro.dmer(3-Par.),. 975 Roeobter(2UU( Speedotn'S.la3S'( k the vines with lead arsenate produced by that plant. Leaves
........... ; c..pa.It4a-....)IUS Cap-Par4.iei3) Coup.ts-.....}_ ns.USO making it are being sent to many. Spraying
1 .I; : seen-_...._--+ Md.-.a -___,2050 a.dw __....... -.- 2750 farmers. using -1 pound of the powder or are just as essential to the plant jilts

-' l To make this bait Professor Watson 2 pounds of the paste form and 60 ell roots; one system cannot work without , ;

'? ---t ... ;: : ; says that 20 pounds of bran 5 poundsof lone of water. is also recommended.Lime the other. +

on..u-E' cottonseed' meal and 1 pound of water added to this spray will

,SfTDErKISSIMMEHAlTOC5MPAinr' ; & .Bf fi! :: : 'pars! green should be mixed thoroly. prevent burning the potato foliage. Ask ?pad
This should then be' dampenedwith Itlne. che.p.z.than: : sprayjng.: The school teacher iwufver' much.

'( ;' ky, I"15 ..... .f A:1! l t. 'e 'I' : ,2 quarts of water. _The mixture It ,sticks\ better. if applied, while the t annoyed by the continued.tnschievons-| ) r

..:J ::6.. ," \t. "1l' should be, moist but not> sloppy, dew ,1a''on.the foliage.. .Use;a mixture flesh .of one of her:boys.'At"'"last' jsher, .
.L.. "*fr!! : .q J 4 e(FLORIDA' .r; 9It" f.j 1>i 9Z1 inch consistency;.that ii ,wlll fall In of powdered arsenate of Jead" and lime exclaimed in exasperation.; ", ,wish .'t'
: ::: : KISSIMME ; ; ' 1\\
: ,. .fine flake when ,own,broadea.t.. that, 1 is,welT hydrate or'at.ralaked. : ; 4 I could) be your mothecfor just about st. .
;: ; '' 'It .be.t this : times'as Branch: lime as arsenate .;',,"k." wr:. L4, "-**
U.t; A 'BAR r A ;) .to"P\lt, put poison r'th.r
$
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sytaxi 11-:
T11
.j ", ether in..th.'evening or, in the',early Potato'tinea ;may sproutout'' '!!Very' *e "., ,' ,r'. ,
J..i'I. -., dry I I leaves .after'ithe; I"wonnr'"b; : ve;; 'eat- about.it" cooly 'responded tbi ?w\c-:
COat morning in order} atJtwI1lD: t. , . ..,'Caterg. '
.%' out too,.

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( _roum_? I _. . _.._ _. __ KIRRIIWM"'" VAT.I.PT''' f14Vn'1'r'L'" FRIDAY AUGUST:*<, maiXISSlMMEE __ _ _' _ _ ._ _-__.......__.... '''''' 'h ",, .... "

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moving in the tight direction.. But ,......... ...... ... '
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VALLEY GAZETTE j I t
; mayhap three years from now j

BUBLISHBD BY some other county mar ride by In its *. THE WATCHER J

..' 'I.-JUD KISSIMMEB VALLEY 0AZBTTE high powered car and invite our*. coun-. . . ... ,4.._.<>...... + .. '
EVERY FRIDAY ty agent to ride with them Rev. W. C.

_KIBSIMMgB. FLORIDA Let's get,another county agent, and Another Debt

'W. B HARRIS t-.Pr.Udent: him soon. Let's let him know w* 7:00 a. m.J-
: 'H. O. VANS. AaNBW-.......4iacretary get "I owe my very life to you Meeting in Bun ,
..( .ALLISON T. FRENCH....e-.......Editor expect him to do the same for us th it You came when I did call" K:46 aa. nu-

.. SlIBSCBIPTIoir'BATES; his predecessor did in developing ''That's very true the doctor said, Overstreet, ,
I ,On COPY. One Year.............$1.00 farms and groves. Let's get together 11:00 a; m. -
One Copy Six Month-.............. 1.00 "But then, that isn't all. t .
'On.. Copy Three Month......_____ ..toEntered with him and the state and find out 7:00 pi. m/--- .,
' 'stand. Let's have * tit'Ere tional service.
., I' just where we no '
( at the postofflo at Klsslm kles 8:00 p. m..-
\ ''tnee, Florida, a* seoond-class matter.) :' misunderstanding about the contract. Freckles are nice little splotches"of 8:00 "p. m. :'

I.I CAII I communication. except from authorised . But above all, when we get him let'sget color that always blossom where they'are Meeting.' :,
t correspondent must be sign. a good flivver at the time. And
i, not wanted.. If they would only
ed by the writer. FIRST is
Rejected matter will b. returned If when we get the good flivver, let'sbegin appear on the bottom of the foot or

called for. saving for, the Cadillac. When under the back hair no one would object Rev. J. A.

'- ,\.II.. ,- the new county agent's activities and ( to them, but they always perchon .
[ 9:45 a. m.-
have made him so valua-
lION experience
I the bridge of the nose and on the son Farmer .
1 able that the high powered car tries!
!FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1921LETTS most conspicuous part of the cheek. for all ages.
abduct lefs be with a
ready
to him
They fit almost any color scheme ando 1100 a. m.
better one in which he'd rather ride.Let's E. A. Milton
with all but
complexions seem
'. GET A COUNTY AGENT the idea that can't
get over we ,
greatly attached to ted headed'people. I 6:4& p. m.-

Leo H. Wilson county agricultural pay what some larger counties. can. They are-a joke on a small boy and meeting.

agent has been transferred by the Dsceola county's future lies in its agricultural the despair of the debutante. Freckles 8:00: p. m..-

!, Mate agricultural extension service, and horticultural development are caused by a surplus of iron in the A. Milton, of

to Lake County. : and no county has a greater. blood aggravated. by-an abundance of 8:00 p. m. :
future in that. line than we have.Therefore : meeting.Free .
'" His salary IB considerably more than sunshine and they do not observe good seats

lie I. drawing in this county. The no county agent will be manners but insist upon intruding j!strangers as *
valuable than he I
'' board of county commissioners did not more to any county where they are not wanted.A I Mong here.

want to stand in the way of his advancement la to us. i quick and painless way to get rid I. PRESBYT

and accepted hia resignation. I of freckles is to cover them with .
....h_ .. '.... TEN COMMANDMENTS FORBUILDING '
coat of common house paint,"but that Rev. W. If.
A CITY I
At the same time they believed that ", ethC>Ct I.I open to so many objectionsthat 9:45: a. m.--

.. Ji* was under contract with them for The following ten commandments they apply talcum 'lemon juice D. B. Shaver .
the year by virtue of the fact that they glycerine or cream of almonds instead. 11:00 a.' m..-- :;;;
adopted by an Illinois Chamber of I
had passed a resolution at the first of Above all things don' let a" surgeontut 4:00 p. m.- 6. ...
Commerce might well be adopted by deavor.
the year to employ him for the year any'community: them out. I' 7:00 p. m.
and he had accepted the salary up until Young ladies' who are gifted'with meeting.
shalt love home town
1L. Thou thy
.. this time. freckles should not be but 8:00 .
., annoyed I p. m.-
;
above all other towns. Thou shalt be.
,. .'.. Mr. W.il80n. and ,the officials of the follow the following simple rules. meeting. .
loyal] to her people and her institu- I Visitors will
extension division, do not consider that First, be calm; second be serene;
tions. to a home-like
he under contract to remain be don't .
was third tranquil; fourth worn -
2. Thous! shalt guard thy home
throughout the year since no written for some day, a nice young man
town from the hosts of evil that
contract was executed. Good coun- will come along who will. love the. I Allen CO.
would invade and destroy her soul. I Rev.
ty agents are not superabundant. Mr. freckles on your face more than the !
Thous shalt keep the good name of .
Wilson is a very good county agent. thy home town clean and without dimples on any other girl and when Yowell 10:00, a. m. . ...

The officials wanted a very good one he does come, grab him, for he's the :
stain or blemish. 11:00 a. m. -
for Lake county. Lake is to be for folks if I
county shalt right one you. Finally Theme: "Three
8. Thou elect as thy public bought
sold
congratulated getting a good freckles to roost on nose, -
upon cervants men of strong character come your I Great. "Tif

one.The eager to conserve the best interests ef welcome them for they are only little 9:45: D. m. highest ul
t>
argument has .been heard, people. And when thou hast elected Innocent flecks of color and the last Subject: "The .VI close it

since the resignation of Mr. Wilson thing in the world to worry about. Leader: Miss .street.. wile
I such men thou shalt stand to support ; covered
that it would be inadvisable to get mother -
8:00 orange
: m.- Ono
and encourage them, for their temp- p. ..
extension agent, because the I LEGION FIGHTS RADICAL Theme: "What A. T.
-tf4u
tations are many and burdens heavy.
State will transfer him whenever they MOVEMENT
Do With This
r 4... Thou shalt exalt thy public and
want to regardless of the desires of I dry
,
> honor it all the of 7:00 p. m.- Filling .t.
school and days ( I Activities of the Industrial ; >
the people of this county. Some have Evangelism lcJ hatt.r.
even suggested employing a "coun- thy life with the best teachers build- Workers of the World in many sections pastor.: : Xl-tfe-

ty agent" not connected with the ings and equipment, for the school .is of the country, are being gen- 8:00 p. m. !. bungalow
the cradle of the future. childrenare Meeting. ; : .ralle 3
Thy erally opposed by the American Legion ; ; clty
state and government agencies. This trees. In-
here and they shall be the leaders We welcome '
; according to reports receivedat 61. Runt
'. latter suggestion is too unthinkable to us. :
of to-morrow. No training is too good the 21-XOU
deserve attention. Two important national headquarters of vet- :
for them and no preparation I ST. JOHN'S
super- erans' organizations. In many communities -
questions do arise however as a result -
fluous. I the former service men are : .
of Mr. Wilson's transfer. 11:00 a. m.- ..., 7 rooms
5. Thou shalt defend the health of .... .
He was willing to remain in Oscei- "scotching the snake"-in this case 8:00 p. m.- See Dr
thy home town from the death that sinister in- 8:00 ,T.tto
the I. W. W.-before the p. m.
la county for the rest of the year at
j ; lurks in marshes swamps and heaps .flnence of the long haired revolutionaries and prayers.
the the board
present salary provided
of filth. Thou shalt exterminate the j .
'' i is felt. Kj !
'would give him a contract for the following .
:
; ; house
l fyl and the mosquito for they carry Sitter .
year, or period corresponding: j According to one report a I ( ) the year. I
typhoid and malaria. The tubercule .. 17-ltx
J with the-atate' fiscal at a salary campaign was waged on the legion Corner
year bacllus shalt drive before thee with recently by the "wobblies" iii the I tJ'li't: !
: :which,would equal the offered remuneration I 10:00 a. m.- true
.., the and fresh air allies. .
sun as thy state of Washington where ;four ; steady
'
in Lake county. The extension I 11:00 a. m. ." man pre
's department could have been induced .. 6. Thou shalt build good roads and American Legion members were murdered 7:00 111, Kls..
: p. m. -
keep them good. For by her roadsis while parading on Armistice ti-Xt
to let him Stay. Mr. Wilson's attitude .
ing.
c a town known for good or ill "Eter ; ..
in this regard is perfectly nat. I Day. An organizer with plenty of 7:45 m.- I .. reputable tile
p. "
nal watchfulness" shall be motto
oral. He has made good. lie is,-according thy money, was sent to' Seattle and Hoqniam : Product I I"
7:45 m. :
that roads not the p. d territories'
thy ravel nor
distribute
: may and proceeded to
to the statement various .
of mem ing. Praise and !: I ) cities. The.
ber of the board of county comrnissioners supervisor forget thee. Ir'adical j literature. However'thp ; Pre-
2:30
: m.-
7. Thou shalt keep thy home town p. and Use
V the best county agent Osco ] gIon utilized the press of the Ie-I Class. Mrs. L. 'any other
beautiful. Th hills the treed the .
ola has ever had. west, and by exposition of the Communion proposition
waters that nature has given the thou each and
month.
,. Expert efficiency is entitled to bet. of the radicals checked their pro- today i.
shall preserve in sacred trust. No gram. A leading' argument of the fering taken Memphis,

other. hovel shalt thou permit to disfigure campaign waged on the legion was .I month Come at 14-IU.

them.. Thou shalt keep thy house that .veterans' body was unfavor- pray farming la-
tural agents would not only destroy vited. The Farmer
ambition but would be a serious de. end dooryards clean and cheerful, thy jr.ble to organized labor. This was refuted -I with cit
waters shalt thou purify that they live stock
T torrent to agricultural progress. With by the announcement that one for free
I
...J the complexities of pests, plant diseases shall bring thee strength and life. The of the leaders of the legion will ad- i Uncle Si for, 11 three.Mi

soil treatment, transportation future of thy town shalt thou plan dress the annual convention of the're-arranged' his .. twice
with care and diligence that thy American Federation of Labor, to be Farmer and
.and. marketing conditions the "Jirt fruitand paused ; ,' Strest
farmer,'' regardless of his deserved! growth be not haphazard but full of held in Portland, Oregon this fall. blankly at the IX-tfe
thought and loving care, as the plansof ; :: ;
importance cannot hope to succeed i A proposed invasion of Port Arthur |I "Forty years (

without the assistance of scientific a mother for the growth of her Texas, by an army of 25,000 I. taking his seat

r reearch'and! co-operative endeavor on child. I W. W. members, in protest of the arrest -.. pty cracker ; , P..System nerve De-on
8. Thou shalt honor thy community of "three brothers," failed to ma- I ,
I'' a large scale. This assistance i in owned nearly all 'lncln-
,s institutions Thou shalt work together ture when the legion men announced \ 34-1JU.
! supplied by governmental and state tween town"and .,
j. agencies and distributed through the in thy organizations and clubs! l,they were ready to entertain the invaders check was good .
for the common welfare. Thy I leaders the rock of the -
,: tnachinerv of the agricultural extension on piles state lars. When 3. at
service. shalt thou learn to obey. Thou and that the visitors would he given came in a ; ; w.{...n Ch am.a
shalt serve on committees where thou n fare of "crusts! and water" in the ; I Store to
1. The state authorities did not take asked why he \: ; I pxpers.
i Mr. Wilson away from Osceola coun- art put and not intrude on committees'! county jails while there. i| he said: nnme J.rt
whree thou are not Thus thou : 'Iurn to-
put. When members of the radical
) ty. Osceola county let Mr. Wilson go. organ it. Folks are I th.' money
", There is a decided difference. We cannot shalt know one another better, thv ization moved into the wheat fields! like carriages .. asked'_

: l buy a Cadillac for the price of a work prosper and thy friends multi- fields of the Dakotas, ostensibly to wor of the country Main irtreft.

: flivver. Perhaps we can /get along with ply. but really to spread a vicious propa- set foot in one .n..rav.don". "

C t' a flivver. But we can't go so fait 9. Thou shalt be a good neighborto ganda of discontent in the opinion of | "The Squire's >> "rlck"l ,
all who live in home and re
thy town,
the
legion -opened an
and we can't make the same impres many persons over 70 years M-Xtx
whether they be rich or poor. employment office in Aberdeen S. D., .
sion. The "impression"! in this case ii in both banks,
reflected in terms of prosperity in 10. Thou shalt speak ill of no one and recommended as harvest hands town he rides in _
,
-! f. property values, in community growth and good of many. Thou shalt be a only men known to be of non-radical rubber tires. farming 'In

: and betterment. During Mr. Wilson'u! friend to strangers and a visitor to .tendencies Leaders of the revolu- buy an : Thn. with Farmer cit
the sick in their affliction.At stock.
tionary society of Oklahoma were live
incumbency here we have made a big I' doesn't believe for free
W'I start toward getting out of the flivver met on opposite corners from the says the for three

1 s r class. BuJ when the sjiowdowncame the Grand Banquet of the meet "soap box pulpits" with counteracting the subject of U-re::

ing of the Grand Lodge of Ontario in statements of legion principles. and
i we were not ready to use the pects to get : Farmer
; Street
Torronto the Provincial Grand Master "
'
-
amount of it takes - --- --- I --
j i gas to keep uu I moves faster Hs
,, ., with the procession of bigger mach- of England and the Grand Master i I Brazil I is! the only country of South Uncle Bob has -

.-fn.... One thin I is certain we of New York, and other Grand bodies America in which the Portugese lang- 40, who runs a .

hall In their addresses emphasized the ne- is spoken the most of the
'r', stay in the flivver class as long; uage by has .an auto.
It .*e we think we belong there. cessity of closer bonds! of friendship people while all the other countriesare "Last week a

Just now, we're hy a county agent among the English speaking peoplesof Spanish. It is in Brazil that Prof. in West's

b or will be the first of the month un- the world. To them in a special P. II. Rolfs formerly of Florida has began to take

r t lees a successor: to Mr. Wilson la gone sense has been given the responsibility established an agricultural college. airplane. A'

,P C after, and gone after hard. Mr. Wilson for promoting liberty justice and When the last thing has been .done young people
G ;
,with his .knowledge of local con- democracy throughout the world and that you can think of, Friend Farmer, these urged Bill

; t l jditlona, would be less expensive to thaJcountyat .they must co-operate to that end. install a water system for the wife.If of their ,

,? ., d bleMs present salary than The Citizenship Committee of the you cannot place running water in "'Not me,' ] ,.I Ii a

;;c3 .1 "' ''uld a "green" man at half his present American Bar Association has sent a the house-particularly in the kitch- fast, and I'm not '

t salary.- But ,we've,' got to get a communication to all patriotic: organi 1- en-place a pump ,inside or convenient speed limit i 1. : } 01, !

f ; county agent, because we are In the sations requesting<< that September 16 to the door. f good shspe/But :, ? /J { f 'w'

}u a, :; ;Jttg* ol.the trucking, berry and citra to 22 be observed as Constitution Judge to young married the ground ; ;: >t''> f'
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.'game'wherewe.cannot, afford to Week at which if they ever \
time the shall get
'r ( people who
""."StfA.iHt" woman would persist in talking \ !*
p. ,>f-,;backslide.(>The. ,e..m.aD* ,will.iiave a tssemble for the purpose .of ,discussng in the Shorod tch:country court) "T Q.I things they'll' : '
,
bard tin filling" hii '
predecessor's civic questions and impending: have been married only a short first t- :,_ 'r'

frr ; ",'P:that; m8ntthejsame I.af : ;.wnaop cooperationTeQjHr. Will be be rroblems.had,upon., .Suggested.application.program. to.R.',E.* may L.,tongue and.,ho hasn't ret. 'taught 1...,..... '",you. to hold:!tim"l: The. corn-'am fed '' : ..: :;

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r ,. Chairman of Committee,, 1412 t ;. 1t .
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upward ; can kept MaglloliaBufd1ng
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'Everfast Suiting-V60c; '' )>Bob Browerwb ';'"irtlfclsomtnee I -
'per'yd. at ha. been -
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McCAULEYS. ,. : j" .l'iW
.' for; ,,sereral days visiting !

Avon D. W.Park Farley, were and Kissimmee Al Jamore visitors. of Gerald Tennesse Rivera*, Wednesday.Mrs. : left'for. Ms 'home"in -= CASINO: 'IhE TItE; :==ry:


oeal) Happenings Thursday.; J, E. Lupfer, and, son J, ,F, Monday '"
an Tuesday t
Mist Lois Overstreet returned Wednesday Jr., left Kisslmmee Tuesday for a ,

I,. ._.. .. _ ______.'.".,_ _ _ _ u______._ _ _ from a ten day, visit at Bar few Carolina.weeks' stay.."at. .Asheville, .., North.. .*, .. '1. .
4 /tow. ",.. '''' 'POLA' NEGRI .. ,.,r'rMr :
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Eat at ppont'. Cafe. tf 44+0440440 .000000000 C.Homer'Flncher!
0 Mrs.' J. D., Woodbeck returned '' Is visiting the F. C.

Mr. and,Mrs.:John Cadel spent Sunday i : WEATHER REPORT Monday from Atlanta, where she, has Bryan family for a few days. He ac- ', ,, ... .. ," ,IN ':., '"''''
i , been Mr.. Mrs. home :, ,' ..
at Daytona Beach. purchasing her stock. of fall and companied and Bryan -
4 Official Bulletin of dally tern. 0 winter'hat. from their recent trip*through' Geor- 1'C '.MAD 'LOVE" ..'
Shaves;'15c; haircuts, 35c; children 0 perature and precipitations fur- *,1.. .
2Gcj: at. Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf v fished by the Kissimmee Cooperative Mrs. J. Nathan Bryan left Klsslm-

Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wetherbee are 4 0 Station, for U. S.the Weather week Bureau ending* mee Wednesday by automobile, for For tent; 2 room house,!-Mabbetto\ A Seven _Reel ,Photo "Sensation.

spending two weeks at Safety lIar- 0 Thursday, August 281 4> Miami, accompanied by her two chile street, $((5,'four room house on Emmett .J'\
0 dren/imd her neice, Rosa Marie Gra 'lO.lmmedlate'possesllion.. Nelson '
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bor. k kAirs.
0 Date Max. Mln.Prep. ham. Realty: Company. .* Prices 20c\and, 35c.u 1)r +
New York Life Insurance Co., SamL 0 Friday, Aug 17____95 73 .00 r "t' ./
Lupfer, local representative. 14tfr 4 Saturday, Aug 18..95 75 .00 4 I Miss Ethel Hall, forme"rly of KU- Mr.and Mrs.. Rep Floyd, and daughter ' / ,, ".' i
4 Sunday, Aug' 19__.,.95 73 .00 simmee, but now residing in Georgia.jfs , Edna, returned to Ktssimmee Sunday ,
Mrs... Wm. R. Rush left Monday a guest of Mrs. J. Wade .
0
Monday, Aug 2095 73 .04 4 Tucker. -- -
; from a ten days' outing at Daytu.na -
right, on month's visit to her old I. Tuesday, Aug 21.93 73 .85 I Treat your pocketbook fair. See the Beach. They originally left for .. H. R.Dale was taken to the friends'Thursday:and. .
home in. Springfield, Massachusetts. 0 Wed'sday, Aug 22__82 73 1.27. special bargains at McCAULEY'S in Savannah. and. other Georgia points Orlando General Hospital Wednesdayand ,.

Ask for !information. on the New i 4 Thursday, Aug 2S..93 72 .00 Drygoods. III I for.two weeks, but found the heat and operated upon. yesterday' for ap- ORLANDO, MATRESS FACTORY
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup I .. Readings are made at 6:00: p. I mosquitoes strong arguments for stay. pendicitis.Airs. .
fer. 14-tfc : *0 na. for the preceding twenty-four W. A., Hill of Shingle-'ereek; let ing in Florida 'Mrs. Floyd and l Will: take care of your mattress troubles

4, hours ALLISON T. FRENCH.- +* I I Tuesday evening for A ten days' business daughter returned after One night Otto Lenfers, of Davenport, Pillows,- Pads 'cushions, Box-
,County Commissioner E. L..D. Over- 0 Co-operative Observer. .* trip to his old home at Quitman, there, to Daytona, and Rep Forded who will be remembered as Miss Mona springs, etc. 500 West South St.
street returned the first.' of the week 0. 04444040. 044000x00 [Georgia: back yin record time. Huffman wa's In Kisslmmee visiting Orlando, Fla.phone 804. ** ,

(from green Springs.Mrs. ; -..--- .- /,
Auto For Hire. Call. ,C. C. Rum. -
G. L., Kate left Kissimmee mell!, Phone 41._ 26-tf
Saturday night for Portland, Maine, to
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Born To Mr. and Mrs. Sibbelt -
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visit her sister, Mice Louise Plummer.W. .
1 Vickeru, on Thursday, July"3, aeaot. BIG ,
'Graham ,.- ,.
S. spent the week end I lIP r )1
.. 9 rpom, east front modern home, '
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.;at palatka, where Mrs. Graham is visiting } --
close in, 2250. Nelson Realty Com ,
Mr. Mrs. W. ;
end I, Thorndyke. ,
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pany.. .
beast
The Investment can make I .
you Mrs. A. W. Winn and daughters, '
i! a New York Life Policy. Better
Misses Augusta and Mae, are visitingIn
than a Savings account. See Sam Detroit. ., 4
Lupfer. 14-tfc' -
Mrs. E. C. Johnson and family mov- c'i'Ij
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Jones and Mr. ,j
and Mrs. A. M. Jones and children, ed from Emmett street to 420 Church:.
last Sunday at Daytona Beach. street. the first of the week. :\ ;

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Congressman and Mrs. W. J. Sears, New lot of Brassier, 60c: to $1 i 4I
it Joe, Jr., left Kissimmee Wednesday at McCAULEYS Drygooda.w'

Mr.by and automobile Mrs.-J.-, for McPhatter Miami. spent Mrs.Kissimprre II.' &loon last Makinson night from returnedto several I Now is the time that we have to make preparation for, putting in our Fall''Stock. To .do' this s, we.

l.i week at Safety Harbor. They weeks visit to Kentucky. must clean out all Summer Merchandise as quickly as possible and we are PRICING It "to "move ,;

\isited Wall Springs, Clearwater and Born; to Mr. and Mrs. Gibbett Vick-

Turpon Springs. ers, on Thursday July 23, a son.
STOP! Look At T
Mrs. C. L. Alvey and Mrs. D. M. D. A. Bailey was down from Sanford I eseStartli.g.'Values.

A "> left Kissimmee Monday for n Sunday evening on a pleasure t
//two week's visit with relatives at Mul- trip. I .. '1i 'of i
I,rry and at Tampa.

,Miss. Nellie -Parrish-- returned the The the leading world -life New insurance York Life.companyof See Free! Free! Free! Free! 1 ttK

la-l 'of at the Loughman week from, Lakeland her vacation, anJ Sam Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc KANNER'SDepartment .

\\ ''e' Haven. Miss Virginia Smith left Mondayfor

-- Brewster, to spend her vacation 3 Water Glasses
'ymg size chickens for sale, deliver visiting her sister. One BungalowRug ,, .. ,.I \\
,i anj where in city. Telephone 215 : io '
R: 3-A. E. Thomas. North Main Mrs. T. M. Rivers, son, and daughters Given Away Free > the, H
g 27x54
street 86-2t left Kissimmee Saturday by automobile ? Store first 25 customer's'entering ,y:

for Georgia points. our Store Sat.; I
:Mr and Mrs. Julius M. Smith, and Given Free to the
Captain Clay Johnson came from Away = urday mominaAugust
up 119 BROADWAY
daughter Vivian Floyd, left Kissimmee --- KISSIMl\JEE. r
Wednesday for a two week's so- Okeechobee City and spent Sunday first 25 customers -- ,.25th;;and spending $1.00*. T t 1

join at Daytona--Beach. and day Monday by way of at home Holopaw.Mrs. returning. Tues spending $3.00 in our EXCEPTIONAL VALUES ,or'more,, will, 'be"given'absolutely" '-.,
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Mr. and Mrs. E J. Fehr spent the Store"Remember free "three"water i
M. M. Miller and little daughter -I LOOK '
READ! glasses.
week end at Coronado Beach with Mr. ,
Gertrude,, have returned home
Pet):is parents; of Orlando. Mrs. Fehr from; Green Springs where they spent the,DatC-- Here 'are some of the real values that.this Sale Remember the Date ,\
i Ii' :ow enjoying ,her vacation.( offers at random from* :/
LL two weeks enjoying the pleasures and you, picked our large'

:T.iE.. A. Milton of Orlando, will healthgivlng. qualities of 'that resort.J. ., Sat Aug. 25 stock. Many more j just as good and better. "' we Sat. Aug.25 : )

occ.py; the pulpit at the First Baptist W. Trammell returned to KisBimmee haven't the space to list:* - ,
church next Sunday, for both the Wednesday night frorp a two .. ...
morning and evening services. months' visit in Mrs. f;
-- Kentucky. Women's Ribbed Union Men's Pin Check I COUNTER'OODS
Barnes has taken leave of Trammell will return next week. 44c $ 1.39
absence Henry from the Postal Telegraph f Suits, 75c value Pants, $1.75 val. . IMen's I Men's Work Sox, 15c value,( .;
Ralph Bearden, of Miami, in in Kinsi I C
Company, and began clerking in mmce spending his vacation visitinghis One lot Ladies' Skirts, $2.50 to Riding on sale, pair . . . . . .
PantsS; 48
St >ut's Midway Grocery last Friday. mother and sister, Mrs C. V. $5.00 value, $3.50 value, .. Men's Lisle Socks, 35c
$1.19 23
Bearden and Miss Kathleen Bearden, c
The hest investment you can makeis Sale Price . . . . value, on sale, paIr.. . "' i
i a New York Life Policy. Betterth ;.t their home on Emmett street. Dress Shirts, with i a savings account. See Sam collars $2.50 value. *P A Ladies' Lisle Hose 35c
18c. Men's Union Suits, ;
Lurf?r. 14-tfc 36-inch Long Cloth per yd 69 C 23 c
86-inch Indian Head, 30c. 85c value . . . . . . Ladies' Paisley Blouses, $3.50 value, on sale, pair. . :
Mr.: and Mrs. Morey Dunn, and children -
were in Kissimnigcc Friday on 65c 36-inch Tissue Bleaching Gingham, ,no 43c.starch Are,sonic lc.! Men's Leather Work 98c and $5.00 value, on
bus:ness. Mr. Morey is now prac- of the bargains you find at McCAIT- Gloves, $1.50 value . . sale . . . . . U>sW7CJ Hose, 69c value, .
law at West aim Beach. I
tie'ig
LEYS. >* Leather Palm Gloves, We have just received a new line Ladies' Fancy Silk Hose'98 C

Mi and Mrs. E. P. Dann and throe Mr. and Mrs. W. S. J. Overstreetand I 40c value . . . . . . 29 c of Men's Dress Shirts, regularL2i.value'.on.$1.68 $1.25 value, paIr.. . . . ;'
chllren! of Miami were (Cuesta'of two grandson of Haines City,I :
Mr". Clay Johnson from Saturday till ,i were in Kissimmee yesterday on business We have just received a new line Ladies' Pure Thread. Silk Hose, j

Tuesday' morning, when they left I I i and visiting Mr. Oerstreet'sbrother of Men's Hats, genuine Velour, I $1.50 value, on $1.29

,for three North weeks.Carolina to; be gone about I E. L. D. Overstreet. $5.00 value, on $J d, 2Q Men's Caps, $1.50 to 98c sale . . . . . . "

-- Miss Martha O'Neil, of Lakeland, Sale . . . . . . . $2.00 value, on sale. . Men's Work Shirts, i
J. "\', Shull, of Washington- 89
ia palms at Fort grower Lauderdale, with arrived few days in visit Kissimmee with Miss Sunday Margaret for a Our new line of Fall Clothing Men's Silk Knitted Ties S8cI $1.25 value, on sale. . c '

Mrs. Shull and her sister, Miss Alice Brunson at her home on Sumner just arrived, and we place them I 75c to $1.00 value, sale. Sweet-Orr Overalls, SPECIAL, i

Tuesday Elliot, otopped night enroute over in to Kissimmee Orlando on on street. I on this Clearance Sale. I Ladies' Silk Hose, $1.00 68c $2.50 value, $1 98 '

a business trip.A. Miss Nannie Ladd has forsaken the Men's Blue Serge Suits, all wool, II value, on sale . . . . paIr . . . . . . .

Kanner returned to Kissimmee Graves House for a week and gona $22.00 value, $ 18.00 Ladies' Silk Hose, 75c1Q Sweet-Orr Work '': '
vacation to Saint 19
Tuesday from Sanford where ho has on Augustine a well and earned Federal Point to visit this Sale . . . I value, on saleMen's . . . . c, Shirts, $1.50 value. '$1Men's : ."

been on business for a month. He ex- Marvin DuPont and his mother. ThisIs Men's brown and checked '
gray Khaki
Garters Pants
the first of the month Ivory '
leave
pects to Miss Ladd's first vacation in over 35c2 9 c I 98c"Bungalow
for New. York and the other eastern twenty years. She was accompaniedby vatl30-00.: $22.98 value, on sale. . t. . . -$1.50 value, each . . ,, } ;
his fall stock. .
markets
to buy .
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little Bob Gilbert. Men'sGarters, 25c 1 Aprons '
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79 ,
Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, Miss Bessie May Clemona arrived in Men's Broad Brim $2.98 value, . . . . . . . 1F_ c' $1.25 value, each' . . c :
ft>lando, Florida. Medical, Surgical: Kissimmee last Friday from Augusta Hats, $3.50 value. . ,
Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. Georgia, to take charge of the Postal Ladies' Muslin Gowns, 98c SHOES
Equipment modern, rest, diet, physiological Telegraph Company's office, during: I Buy your Boys' .Suits now at '$1.50 value . . . . . . 1 lot Men's Shoes and Oxfords. ..i
therapeutics. Unexcelled in the .leave of absence of Henry J. cost. Our. entire line of Men's This .is .an .exceptional value., '
Ladies' Gowns
the Southeast._ 24-tf Barnes. Miss demons' home is in Summer Suits to be. cleared out $ 1 Jt $2.00 value . . . $3.48
Mrs. George Gardner, wbo ,brokeone Plant City. She has recently been do.I at less than cost. Come and see Shoes, pair . . . ,. a_
of the bones in her ankle fn an accident ing relief, work wth'Jh! telegraph for yourself. One lot Middy Blouses, r '
ableto at various Georgia points.T 98 C' Big reductions on our entire '
of ,
the latter part Jubr, was company ; "
to $2.50 value. . .
be out on crutches'Su 3ai,for the .. Edwards arrived. I In Kissim 1 lot of Children's Socks, 25c $1.50 ',' stock: of: h eS. 'Come In and i,
first time. She expects to be able to A/ I 'and 35c>value Gause Vests, 25c value look them and torn fit'
tbemIn'two'weeks'ore.i, rice Monday,assume the manager ', 2'c', ,: ,reach ) 8e over, we; .: ,
discard. -', chip ,o(,the:McCrory: store. He has This Sale . . . . .' . f .. . . . . . . h- ,' you up at a big saving to'you' I. !fl f- -\
:Lacy.,Johnson,' secretary"to' Congressman been assistant' manager of the Or- !
., Sears,'Vas' hi Kissimmee ando store,'andreplaccs W. K..7Brok-

.and yesterday i i attending:' conl.riIng..wlth,the ball;'gaineV Mr.Lacy Sears Is relieve aw, who the naB'gdne J DAD &'8J'to j there'"Fort during-1 Meyers' the to l f MIMaTSAIPAY l l = ; | AUG. ,25 LASTS, 10'IDAYSc; ONLY ;

making 'Orlando Us .headquarters this Tatter's vaeat(on. ,Mr. and Mrs. "Ed ,,

summer)' stopping: ; ,with:his" brother wards and small..daright.r'have'takeoapartmettsi'at'thi .
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f / OF' CO U f fLN ONE YEAR
Tampa-Exchange Sopply'Companyto
complete 'repairing a''sawmill' Sept. Florida.tarmers r.in the Jtabit of
first paying' dearly for the 'privilege"of

Miami-Dade coUnty Citrus :fiub- having 'r"'weevils! ,'eat 'their \keorn. Ace> $ANITARYsAYRY
.4.flbtors Exchange erecting new canning plant cording to, "conservative estimates ..
for early operation. weevils eat 20 ,percent -of the.corn MILK&-ICECREAJ

.. ,, ; Plant City-Plant City Wholesale raised in this state.: The figures of :
;, Grocery Company to.erect new store. the census takers, show :that Florida
1 '. house. makes about ten million bushels'' of

run ,beater on.I 'Tanipn-South Florida Paint 'Company corn a, year,' which 'means 'that :the
to begin operating: At full capac state generously feeds.:to,its weevils

.. ity.Punta. two million,bushels of, corn, made by H :'
Gorda Carleton much and ,' .
Fruit Com sweating i toiling Mh M
pany to begin here with ..$3C, OO cap Two million bushels of' corn- .
: ital. Florida-raised corn-fed to corn weevils .
H' Jacksonville-Pneumatic: Conveyor in one year In the state! I ATTENTION.FATHERS". .\

\. 1 1I CROWNGASOLINE w 'Company,-installs .new equipment' costing .... ". .1CArn.msy. ...lw,:.e.c.beap-uo.w-1w v. "...................... ""........"":!'+.
I I I $50,000. cents a bushel that weevil food ,
i .
Tallahassee-30 miles of ocean boulevard amounts to just a million dollars,''ac -
to be constructed costing $450- I cording to the conservative estimates.One .
000. million dollars fed to Florida'scorn Sanitary Dairy milk ia
Tavares 'Contract let for construction weevils every ;year! the milk for your fotk.
of $40,000 brick business! Mock. One million dollars! Pile those .dollars It will beneftt"your baby "
T.mpa-Work on' $350,000; Baptist one on top of another, and you Your wife and children'will '
church nearing completion.: will have a column of silver reaching like it and It will be. .
Quincy-Tobacco: growers report a 'two miles high.' good for you.
n large crop in Gadsen County. Lay them on the ground each to .
Panama City-$1.000,000 bonds issued each and you will have a path of solid
for pavingcity streets. silver twenty miles long. ANTtAnYDARYSTATE ]

Tampa$350,000 contract: let for What are Florida's farmers going
.
the erection of a new theatre on the to do about I it'? '
site of the Jackson building. "The remedy Is very simple. All
T.Uahusee--Contract let for seven the farmer has to do is to build ari
miles paved road In Alachua county. air-tight crib, shuck his corn: and !
e iGASOLiNE'cAPurc Fort Meyers New $115,000 store it in this crib, and then treat WILL GET MARKET- ,--=:
: Knights of Pythias building under with carbon disnlphlde," says Prof.J. REPORTS BY LEASED
construction.: R. Watson, entomologist<< of the : wilt
Fort Pierce-Work started on the Florida experiment station. i On September 6 of last year tli&,
construction: of Fort PSerce-Okeecho- To build such a crib it is necessaryto rector of the Florida Developm
bee road. go to a little more expense and Board adopted resolution urging ...
Saint Augustine-Erection of new trouble than to build the ordinary tabliahment of government telcrra: .
office building for the Florida East en crib. The walls should be doubled, Ic news service to the Florida Sttb
Coast Railway Company. nearing com: using tongued and grooved lumber Marketing Bureau, for the bcn"ftt tf
pletion. and placing building paper betweenthe growers throughout the state, ,.mi
Powerful Motor Fuel Gainesville Plans made for' the walls. The floor should be doubled since that time has been w>rk%

erection of a new $125,000 Masonic with building paper between. The I through our members in congress: sal,
dormitory. door should have pads of cloth or through secretary of agricuHna!
West Palm Beach-Work started on sacking all around' in order that air Henry C. Wallace, .for endorseme*
AlwaysBetterPOLARINE reconstruction of bridge over Lake cannot enter or escape. of the project and establishment fI
Worth. The poison carbon disulphlde the service.
Plant City New Peak subdivision can be purchased at almost any drug Announcement has recently Ua
opened, many new homes are being store. Use two pounds of it for every made by Secretary' Wallace that W
:' t OIL erected. 100 cubic feet of crib space. That ii, nice has been authorized W
; Fort Meyers--$750,000 extensionof if the inside dimension. of your crib probably will be In operation by Kfr
Fort Meyers Southern Railway is are 8x10x5 feet, equalling 400 cubic yember first, when a special lest
Best Lubrication Hearing completion. feet, 8 pounds of carbon dlsulphide wire will be connected with the plan
for : Wauchula--Contract let for the construction will be needed. ida State Marketing Bureau offlet
of Wauchula building. Pour the poison in shallow pans and with a government operator h
Bartow-Work starts on the erec- set on top of the pile of shucked corn, charge.It .
tion of the new theatre. then close the door and leave for 24 is understood that the inauguration
Buy at the pump with the Crown sign. Jacksonville Bulkhead for third hours. Do not enter the crib until it of this service will not curtail

pier at municipal docks to be built. has had a chance to air out. If the the special service which has Ilea
Fort Meyers Southern Utilities corn shows any sign of weevil Infestation available at a few important potato
Company drilling water well at local any time later, repeat this during the shipping season, and tone.
i STANDARD OIL COMPANY plant. treatment. Corn treated in this way are possibilities that the special sen-
Jacksonville-New railway bridgeto is harmless for stock. Fire of no kind ice may be extended to addition1
ti span the Saint Johns river at this (not even a cigarette) should be permitted '- shipping points.
i INCORPORATED point. in or near the crib while the I"+
Manatee-Pleasant Chapel A. M. E. poison is present. The total commercial: production rf
r church completed. For further information consult apples last year was estimated st

t, Bartow-$270OOO bonds issued for your; county agent or write to the 30,955,000 barrels or more than ,000r I
I drainage, water system and erectionof College of Agriculture, Gainesville, 000 barrels higher than the 1921'en*J
municipal auditorium. (Florida, and ask for Bulletin 10. Exports of apples from July 1KL.
Leeaburg--$40,000 brick business I to May, 1923 inclusive, were equhw-
block to be erected on Main street.,. Announcement' that the'Florida Development lent to \1,800.000 barrels, compare*t
In.Hard Lines Sarasota Cain: Fish A Canning Board proposes to establish with about 1,000,000 barrels during

Fords-OI\- ?, ,,'. j Company, newly organized, turning an information bureau haw developed the. -season. of_..1921-22.- -- --- .'.
"I' could: not. work at all and bad ; away orders. opportunities'for constructive
to take to my bed with a high fever ,. Bonifay-New cotton gin under con- publicity for Florida. A feature writer
THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR; due to intestinal indigestion, struction is nearing completion. who is preparing a series of articles -
gasaeain
stomach and I T.mpa-25 blocks of city streets to on The Romance of Small Bu i- :
my pain in my right i
side. I had spent my last cent for (be paved. ness, for a number of newspapers, ban I
It J < doctor's medicine, which gave me no Pablo Beach-New $35,000 brick requested the names of men who have
relief. I was in despair. A lodge school building to rise. made good in agriculture, horticul- C'RINCiER
y brother gave me a bottle of Mayr's Ocala-$240,000 for street paving, ture, poultry, etc., In Florida. A few
Wonderful
!r i 1hr Remedy, and the first dose
relieved me. Thanks to this medicine I 425,000 for sewerage extension, $50- names have been furnished/ to him but
1 I am now in the best of health." It ;I 000 for municipal building and $15- the Florida Development Board will
1C is a simple, harmless preparation that .000 for water' ain extension composehe appreciate receiving information
_ removes the intestinal the catarrhal mucus from program of improvements, work about others who have made /good -oWe ----
tract and allays the inflammation
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which to start at once. from a small investment. The managing -

ar .. all stomach, liver intestinal causes practically ailments, Bartow-New theater un/ler/ con- editor of a ten volume encyclopedia manufacture any size
including appendicitis. One dose will struction and much other building in of agriculture for young people, tombstone. Buy direct and'
's h convince or money refunded. J. Z. progress. has been furnished photographs he
Tfc Roberson, and druggists everywhere. save agent's commission..
Jacksonville-New bridges to be requested to illustrate the article on
AMERICAN LEGION AIDS IN I built over McGirts creek and Trout Florida, written by Dr. Wilmon New- Write us a line.

etf NATURALIZATIQN OF VETERANS creek. ell, Dean of the College of Agricul- LAKELAND MARBLE AND
I Tampa-Plans being perfected for ture. .
Foreign born world war veteransof establishment
of
large vegetable and
g J39 the have U. S. military, not yet naturalized I Fruit cannery.: GRANITE WORKSG. I
T an opportunity to become Jacksonville Florida Machine'
P 4ir American citizens until March 3, 1924 ]'Works to build a new plant. New L. BLACKBURN, Proprietsr.*..
without fulfilling requirements as to ,brick addition to Moncrief Ice fc; Refrigeration Lakeland, Florida
+' F.O.D. DETROIT residence over a definite period of Company's plant planned. __ ,__ --if!
time. This information has led of- Tarpon Springs-Local exchange reports -
G66 quickly relieves Constipation .
ficals of the
v American legion to month's
urge sale of sponges $139- .I
k l all Americanism officials to lend their 000 largest in country. Biliousness, Headaches
s issistance to these aliens who served Gainesville-Masonic grand lodgeto Colds and Lagrippe.WMGtEYS.
\ / honorably, but who, through ignorance erect $125,000 dormitory for boys at [
,, Reduce ,.have not yet applied for citizen state university.
chip. About 50,000 of such veterans Mariana-Local interest arrangingfor c

. I Your are eligible. establishment of market center and XtLUTCHING.clin-"' sr
i Bureau of Naturalization
u officials cotton warehouse. \r Ing,digging, the
had advised
legion leaders that
toal
S a Pascagoula-New canning factory
7 Production l of 270,000 men were naturalized being built to .handle shrimp and oys- big thick blocks of 'T.k. II .... I itttMUds.
:' while in service, and that the famous Goodyear -
80,000 have ters. '
I
.,. ,' q Costs since taken_ out papers. Under the All-Weather: .
o law, an honorable discharge and two Contrasted with its disadvantageous Tread'bite through 11 t:D \Haw a packet it.yonr :

1, witnesses /who-are citizens to identify position with reference to cables, mud or snow to solid 'r pocket 'for aawarready _
Farming, like every other business, must cut the applicant Is sufficient proof. No the United States is in a peculiarly footing beneath. r trtat.' .
.down the overhead. charge is made for naturalization. good situation with regard to wire- That Jpo _ful rip r .
'' Specific cases may be presented to less. Our location on the globe pre- mans safety;and itmars.cosoertytooi* :A MMon. Mfo-.
I '
t Jt 2s 'not a question of being: able to afford a the commissioner: of naturalization eminently fits us to be the radio cen- : | far us .1 *.U M'1jadell.a '

Fordson;.it is a question of being able to con- through post Americanism officers Of' ter of the world. Europe and Asia f or 1 1 Insures againstplrailnc r..;.ttr teett. .pf tn,,
.c,. J the legion. both send to us and their messages ,
'
5 ., tfnue farming;,on the old too-costly basis.farmer's >.t are forwarded by us in the proper direction of tra tlon'wheel and*,undue loss (. ,. &,1'

.. :The Denmark has over 1,000,000 bicyclesor or relayed to South America, ,
problem not all a sales-problem engine strain. x'
one for each four ;
; .people.) There as the
cue may be. 'London is the ,.'
1
A'r ft.L:is asap'. production. problem. He must 'cut are also 16,000 registered motor cycles. heart of the cable but"New York is ti! ;. ..... ..."..
1 1 &. .doss the cost'of production. , We,wish'allof''the.motor.cycles the 'center of the radio world. '-r.u.- "
\ 5 rjllfc Mft tJW ttfttmfAU'S .
"1' -t I were over there where riders are C
f t z r.-,. i \ ',.Tlj. Fjerdson:: doesmoW"work: "at a 0 lower cost' ru'i ,not allowed to'make4th.! ; noise with. $-.'\... , EypS Roln a Pt j ;3., ."Mlfc.,......**,. ._r.a/"" ".."J.4.r...+* '
.. : them taiVlorlda. 81eet1 steer g.t ... 't.
.1"" : that'they do CJ re sort art
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MalariaiChllls 110. boat ..". ,,,, ,. .... .
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wl**. l. the property hereinafter deorlbed 1, LEGION t .

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t1'lOTICID' OP MASTER SALH. ,.,' >TOTICH; OP'JPECALMAITzM.: Interests under .r.artlclalm.n..., .- r ..

Circuit Court for the Seventeenth ...ALIII.In .,..- 1t. deceased or otherwise In the proper I
ty hereinafter described! All parties egIlB State AdjutaaU To :MkeConventton ...,. .
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[udlclal Circuit of the State of Florida the Circuit Court for the Seven c'.almln Interests I4 5 ee __ c, v'.4'I' -.r t
V Mid for th. County ot Oaeeola Jo teenth Judicial Circuit of the,State of Kochenderfer. deceased under, or Margaret otherwise ,ReaerraUona.American --

h4h0F7. O. F. Krlbb.l Complainant, Florida la and for Oeceola Countr. In In the following described Legion their '
property to- membecs
l.Tjames B. ). ). Respendents Chancerjr John ,
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P.
K'D. et Com- wit
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foreclosure of Mortgage Notloe of plalnant. v*. Hull (Oscar) Bass et al. Lot SS and II of Section 17. Township families and friends counting ,at- : 'T
after'* Bale. Notice >. b.r.by given : Rospondenta.. R..or.clo.ur..ot Mort. S( South Range SI I tending the RA' c[
But national
ac annual
convention

.u undersigned .
f % Special Master Ia. Notice Of Masters Bale. NOTICE] Cording to the Plat of Narcoossee
ere to. fore, appointed. In said cause torn IS HRRRBT: GIVEN by. the UHderslrn- filed on th .11th day .,of, January, ,of the O3TfliZtiOfl.JflSafl. Francisco
out the term. of the final .- ed a. 8pclalMater heretofore A. D.' JI90' .
ap-
ree herein entered on the SCth day of pointed to oarry out the term of the ALSO: All of BlockslM. 17: Lot nex ,pctober, ,can.:obtain prompt
une. A. D. IMS that pur.u .nt to the final deeren' therein entered on the lit 7. '. > and 10 of Block .U! All of and systematic attention to their reservations -
rm. of .*Id final decree. I hall un. day of August, A. D. IMS. that pur. Block SS4 and SS7. of the New :
kss payment a* provided for In .aldnal uant to the term. of said flnal decree Town of Narooossee, according to for, hotel accommodations
decree la made prior to the Sale I shall offer: for .al. and **11 _the In I the Plat of Naroooaseei Farm and I by dealing direct through their posts
y. offer for sale 'and ecU In front terest of said Respondent a. aald 'interest Townslt Company filed on the .
the Court I House door Klsslramee appeared a at the date of. the I -ISth day ol February A., p. Ids. and .auziliaryitmita i, ; legion. department : .
oeola County Florida' on September! mortgage foreclosed in the above styl Situate In Osceola County, Florida. adjutants in tt ir states.. '
rd. A. D. Itll between the local hour. ed cause,. tO-witthe-S7th .
; day of July.. Tou and eaoh of you are hereby commanded Special Summer .
kr.,.1.. to the highest and bet bidder -'I>. 1316. or. at any time thereafter. and. required to appear on the This arrangement 'was made, ,to i Feeding Notice ;:
fcr Cash therefor the Intereate of the In the following", described property lo- 1st day of October., AD.. IMS (same prevent confusion and -i-: ,
kspondent* a. the came existed One cated In Oaceola County. Florida vis: b.I"* the Rule day In October IMS ,misunderstand'ings
date of the execution of the inert* B. inning at the most'kaaterly oorner to the, Bill of Complaint filed In thl and was _(confirmed at a recent The
A Ke foreclosed In aald cau.e. to-wit: of Lot Two. (I) ot Block Nineteen (U) cause. proper proportion summer feeding is,
ke 4th day of March. A. D. IMS. or aa of the South Florida Railroad Compa- Witness the Honorable C. O. An. Conference between Lemuel Bollesf twice much Chowder Hen '
hereafter acquired and the Inter*.!. aye Survey of the T9wn of KU.Imme drew, a. Judge of the above Court, legion national adjutant, and convention as ; Chow by Weight.
I all persons claiming an Intereet. In City 0ooU County,.8t t. of Florida, and my name a* Clerk thereof and the For order of <
aid lands under said respondent, orfir and run thence South 41 degrees West official seal thereof this the SSth day officials.. Requests for reservations every Poultry
of ..them since said date. In the 71 feet. ; thence North 47 decree West of July A. D. IMS.J. sent to the convention commit. twice ;
as Qf'Cho'Vder:8S.Qeq:
kllowlnir described property located 71 feet; Thence North 41 decree East : U OVER8TRKKT. Clerk. I I many : Chow,,,the*
I Oaceola County Florida to-wit: 71 feet thence Seuth 47 decree*'East (CU Ct. Seal By 8 H. Bullock., C tee will not:.Jto. honored but will be Chowder will cost 10 cents '" f
111 of fractional sections If 11. ZS and 71 feet. \\S *"" place of bea-lnnlnr. KRIBB8 STEED: sent back to the department e8sperbag. ) : ;
of Township twenty.i. .(t ) South ALSO: Beginning $3. teat South 47 Solicitor for Complainant. 14-St adjutant For instance'if you ,order-ID Of Chowdertand
Ranire'twenty-nine (t') Edt; also decree Bat to the Moat Northerly in the state whence,the.Inquiry came.I.e.Ion ,bags M I
Lactlonal section It and the west half corner of Lot One (1) of Block Nineteen NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR TAX 5 bags otfieri. Chow 'get reduction 'H
rest half of southwest quarter anlI (lt) of the South Florida Railroad EIJD.! state ,adjutants will be provided ; you< $1.00 :

on. (1) and Southwest quarter of Company Survey of the Town of KIs- NOTICE 18 BREST: GIVEN. That with complete data as to ratesfor This saves' ten cents call 't '
orthsast quarter of sectionnineteen .Immee CIty Osceola County State of A. B. McLean, purchaser of Tax Certificate you per bag. .- daY.t
l')1 of said township twenty-six) Florida 'and 'mn thence South 47 de- Nos.. 147, SIS. SBS. S67. SSt and all of the principal hotela In San C : 1i;
ranks thirty (SO) East. The said grass East 10 feet. ; Thence South 41 S... dated the Srd day of June, A. D. Francisco. All delegates alternates \ "
etlons and parts thereof comprising decree. Wet. Tl feet. : thence North 41 IMS ha filed said certificate In my . i .
.C subdivision known a. Klsslmmee decree WtsO feet; thence North 41 office and ha*__ < ark. acoordlrpjr to the plat thereof on I degree East-IS feet to>> the place of deed to Issue In accordance with law. jtown; hotels and other '
Be In the office of the Clerk of the bKlnnlnc. Said land lying In and! Said certificate embrace the following legionnaireswill FEED .
ircult Court of said Oaceola count,.. being a part of Lot Four (4) (Govern described property: situated In Ospjsola receive similar accommodations, FLORIDA STORES
hd recorded In *Plat Book No. 1, on ment Survey) of Section twenty-two County. Florida, to-wlt: far : : .,
lire 41. The tract. lot. and block. Township twenty.flve (U) South All Block. tS and .K4. All Block II .s as possible.: More thgan 150

1 land to be embraced In the proposed of Range twenty-nine. (St) :East Of except lot 1$. Lot I, i. 7. S. 11..1'. IS 000 visitors are expected for the con
Je are as follows: Tallahassee Meridian. Said ale to 14. 17. and IS Block 4.. k.ots S. .. 10.
ots 1. 2. S. and 4 of Block 1: occur On the Srd day of A. 15. 14. Block 47. Lot 1 to S Inclusiveand vention.
ots I. S. .. and 4 of Block 1; D. 133.. between the .remb.r. of lot. 11 and IS Block 70. Lot 1 and 306 Broadway t
ots S. Itt and 10U of Block I: sale. In front of the Court House door. Iota S to IS Inclusive Block SO. Lot Illinois is making special efforts to .
oti 1, S, 4. B. and 4 of Block 4; Klsslmmee, Florida. The term of the 2. 4 S. .. 10. IS and 14 Block ,.. all 'as.cording .
atl I. S. .. 4. I. and I of Block I; ale to b. eaah with the requirement to the Plat of Runnymede. afford a new life for-jnore than 800 TELEPHONE YOUR NEEDS*
Ml of (being on. lot) Block 7; of payment In saab or deposit a. In my The said land being assessed at the veterans of the World instate r '-
Ml of (belnaon lot) Block I: discretion aeem beet at the time of date of Issuance of said certificate war now a ,.
ots 1. '. 1. 4. I and I of Block I; the making of bid*. Purchaser to pay In the name of H. Dlsston Estate. Unless penal inatitutlona. As rapidlyas ,.
t. I. I. .. 4. II. 7,1.3. 11..11. and for deed. This the Snd day of Aucust, said certificate shall be redeemed No. '
the Oill Up 218TWO.ONEEIGHT
of Block l'r A.. D. 132$. :JOHN 8. CADKL, aceordlnc to law. tax deed will Issue demands of justice permit, ;;

ots 5, 1. 7, S. and 10 of Block 11 ; Special Master In Chancery. thereon on the 1st day of September these men, who were sentenced during .
ots 1, Z. 7. '. I'. 11 and 14 of Block JOHNSTON A OARRETT A. D. 10SS. 3. L. OVER8TREBT. ( -
Klsalmmee. :Florida. Clerk Circuit Court. the strenuous days after the war )

iota Stt. S, I. f. I and t of Block III: Counsel for 'Complainant. 4-4t (SEAL) Osceola County, Florida was ended are receiving paroles. The . t,
ts 1. 4. S. 4, and 4M of Block 14; S4-t By 8. H. Bu lock. D. ONOTICB '
|lots I. Z and S of Block It: J NOTICE OF MASTER'S PALE former fighter is not released until a HcQthfQ1' !

Lot. II and If of Block: 14: IN CIRCUIT COURT for the Seven OF INSTITUTION OF PUll'nr position baa been obtained for him. J
lLots 1. 4. 7. 3, 10, 11. IZ and 14 of teenth Judicial Circuit of the State of ATTACHMENT: \
lock 17; Florida In and for Oaceola County. In To Robert F. Brun. Esq-. Parole agents accompany him to his

lLots 4. f. S. t. IZ. 11 and 1C of Block Chancery., va.H.C. A.J. (Hlllebrandt.Clarence A.) Complainant Minx Care 40-SI Brun Race Brother Street CincinnatI Grocery Company Ohio. I destination and keep in touch with PURINA POULTRY CHQWs:1:

[Lots 4. (. ". T. S. *. 10. 11. IS. IZ and and Ruth Minx, his wife. Respondents. And all other. person Interested: I I him after he assumes his position.The .
I of Block It Foreclosure of Mortgage. Notice of You and each of you are hereby. notified
I Lola S., S, 4. C. and 7 of Block SO: Special Master's Sale. Notice I I. here. that Flynn-Harrli-Bullard Company American Legion has urged

[Lots I. S. 4. S. S, 7, and S of Block Zl; by given by the underlined a. Bpeclal .- ,nth., a state corporation of Delaware.. having It.baa domicil hat a survey of World war fighters
[Lots 7 and lOot Block ZSi* Master heretofore. appointed In com runniA
[ aid. to menced an action by attachment In the vho are prisoners in all state and
Lots I. 4. 6. and S of Block Z4.; cause carry out the term of CHICKEN
I..... 4 and I of Block III; the final decree. therein entered. on the Circuit Court In and for Osoeola, county federal penitentaries be made with a
|lot t. S and S of Block Ie: let day of August A. D. 1*1S. that pursuant Florida, and sued out an attachment -
|lx>'. 2. S and 14 of Block :S7; to the term of said final decree.. against Robert F. Drun., and haicaused yiew of determining cases wh'ch! OCWOB H
said writ of attachment to be I
|Lot I. 11. IS. 14 16. U. ZO II. ZlS4 I shall unless payment .. provided levied certain lands, the should be treated in hospitals of the
for In said final decree upon propertyof i
ZS. all of Block "C" accordingthe I* made prior
plat of the subdivision of the to the Sale Day. offer for ale and ola Robert F Bruns. situated' In. Oace Veterans' Bureau as well as to discover :
county. Florida. to recover the
nlel Kite of Klsslmmee. Park, Osceola cell In front of the Court Houne door
Klsslmmee. sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars methods to restore the men to
ftunty. Florida. being a part of *econs Florida on September Jrd
(116.00000) damairc and and allpersons
twelve (IS) and thirteen (IS) of .\. I). IttS. between the legal hour of Interested required you to honorable places in civil life.
are
ale. to the highest and beat bidder appear -
Dwnshlp twentv-slv (14) South ranire
to said action on the 1st day ol
-nty-nlne (SS) Fast according tote for cash therefor the Interests of the
October IMS. H. L. ANDERSON Alvin national commanderof
Respondents Owsley,
official plat filed and recorded as same existed on the
date of the execution of the S3t Attorney for plaintiff.: . . ..
cog the public record. of Osceola I mortgage the American Legion. and other officers - -- ------- -----
Florida In book No. 1 foreclosed, In mild/ cnuno to-wit: May
unty plat at
ire 41 17th. A. I">. IMS or as same hall accrued NOTICE OF APPLICATION.In of the veterans' organizationswill AMERICAN LEGION MAY LEGION ASKED TO AID

ALSOAll of fractional section* ZS.I since said date. In the following the County Judge's. Court. Osceola be the guests of the Boy Scoutsof OBTAIN PRISON SURVEYA AMERICAN PEACE AWARD
I, and all of Section ZS. except tho described. property located In Osceola. County State of Florida.' In Re. Estateof
list half of the Northeast quarter County. Florida. to-wit: Lots one two. Annie Vera Tucker, a Minor America on a one-day yacht trip
lereof. all of Township Z4 South. three and four of Section thirtyoneand Notice I I. hereby given to all whomIt survey to determine whether the Men who /ought the World war
August 17 to scout
Lot one of Section may concern that I. Mary Ann Fer- Inspect a camp
2* Bast. The Mid section and thirty-two In
nlre Township South tic a* Guardian of Annie Vera Tucker (Crimea of the world war veterans, now are now asked to aid in formulatingplans
prt. of section comprise the ..ubdlvln twenty-nine of Range near' New York. and to hold a conference .
known .. McCool's Addition toiusimmee 'thirty-one Bast of Tallahasi.ee Merid a minor, will on the tTth day of Auguut prisoners in federal penitentiaries asa for world peace..
/
ian rontalnlnaone hundred thirtyfiveanJ A. D: 1913. apply to the HonorableT in regard to closer co-operation '
Park according: to the p1stfile L. Comer Judge of the result of mental disability due to war The American Legion's assistance
In the office of the Clerk ofte forty-two hundredth acre, according County between legionnaires and Scouts. Legion -
to the Official Plat of the Survey Judce' Court In Klsilmmee. In said "service be undertaken the department
Circuit Court of Osoeola County. may by (s requested by the American Peace
lorlda. and recorded In Plat Rook No., of the said land returned. to the County at Ten O'clock A. M., or a* I posts in all part. of the countryare
General soon thereafter .. the matter be of justieei. The has Award In
Land can
national
Office by the SurveyorOeneral. survey promoting.
| at paa-e 78. The tract, lot.. and 'adopting" troops of scouts! the
>rks of land to be embraced in the Term of. said sale to be cash heard for authority. to sell Annie at privateale been suggested by the Legion from contest for tint best plan' submittedby .
sale This the Snd day of August A. D. IMS. the Interest of Vera veterans serving aa scoutmasters andas
posed a shown by the Bald
Tucker *, minor. In the following described Delaware. It is said to be.fnvorably which-the '
t are the following W. J. STEED United States ...a7 O
;:
advisors members of the .
A real estate IB said to- youigrr ,
Special Master County
The McCool's land a. shown on said. Ie-U Aforesaid. wit: organisation.f regarded I by ,the Attorney Genera) operate with.other! nations': -achievifand

i corner except of beginning Lot No. 1 at. of the McCool'Southat I 8EK of NBH Nine of SI Section $5. Township Daugherty funds for the Inrestiigat "preserve the. peace'!'of'the"world
IN THE) COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR Twenty ( )
Idltlon to Klsslmmee Park; run OSCBO1VA' COUNTY South Range Thirty Three (SS) East World war veterans of the north Ion-ire made available.The for which a prize of 1100,000 Is offered -
Sf FLORIDA.
flee Bust
feet; thence Northerly said
4.11 feet; thence Wet 6' feet: to ATTACHMENT DAMAGKS SSetuee the ceola. County land Florida.lying and betas In O- welt expect to sail to San Franciscofor ', conditions among men, now >In I by Edward W. Bok, of Philadelphia.

I Northeast thence South corner 1114 of said feet Lot to No point 1. THE: GULF FERTILIZER COMPANY Which application will be baaed upon the annual, American Legion .convention jthe prisons of the country was brought . '.

i bes-lnnln The said McCool land. a under corporation and by virtue organized of the and Law existing of aid the Petition Court. for .al. now on file to in a prise ship taken by the to; the attention of the legion's national I The legion already ha entered'up. \.

eept rt..r as of above the Northeast being the qu.rt.r Northwest and the State of Florida.. IMS.Dated this MART Slth day ANN of FKRTIC.July, A. D. United States from ,Germany during executive committee by F. Ryan on -* program to 'encourage". world

j East half of the Northeast. quarter ".. Plaintiff. Si-fit Guardian. tbe.war. A request for the leasingof Duffy, of Wisconsin who presented concord: through the International

| the .Northwest quarter of said *eoJnts CAPTAIN WILLIAM LTNO. also I the United States transport, Sus- the result'of a survey in his state Veterans' Association,., composed :of
known CAPT NOTICE OF MASTER'S PALE
14. It 1. 1.J 1 C.4.17.(.' 7.IS.S.If'.and 10, 11.ZO of IZ.Block lltt. a* W. LTNO.Defendant. j Notice I* hereby given that under ,fluehannah, formerly the crack North made at the instance of Gov. John J.Elaine. war fighters from eight' nations. .

Notice I. hereby given. that the aboveentitled and by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure German Lloyd liner, Der Rhein. has The Wisconsin Governor Among the I measures to promote
suit was on the Snd day of made by the Judge of the Seventeenth
.011 1. S. I. 4. 5. .. and 7 of Block SI '
; August A. D Hit Instituted attachment been transmitted by the United States found that sixty percent of the veterans advocated by the legion are the
t. 1. .. S. 4. S. I, 7. S. '. 10. 11. 11. by Judicial Circuit of State of peace _ _
14. 16, II. 17. IS. It. ZO and 11 of dum wa:- Issued that summons ad revponden Florida In and for Osceola County, InChancery Shipping Board officials at the request in the penal institutions of the world court and the universal draftof
...rk IS against Captain Wil on April SOth 10SS In a certain
ots I.;S. S. 4, t, t. 7 and S of Block liam L the>'na-. also. known as Capt W. cause therein pendlnc. VherelnGeorge !' of the yeterans.t state were mentally abnormal, and capital, labor and industry as well
LInK defendant In said cause, but W. Fox was complainant and J. S
returned by the Sheriff. of Osceola The Rhine was seized in American that twenty percent of these men were as fighting men during any future
W. Miller Jr. a* Administrator of the
n te 1. S. S. 4. S. (. 7. S. t. 10. 11. IS.
,, 14 III. 1(1 17. II. It. 10. 11. 11. SI. 14. County unserved. the defendant being. estate of J. W. Miller deceased Marion waters when the) United States de- suffering from some mental disability conflict: '
out of the State of Florida that .ald .
R
; Miller Oscar Bass, also known a*
d SS of Block SS, Writ of Attachment ha. been levied by Rull Bas. J. M Duncan a* TrusteeIn glared(: war on Germany. It was converted directly traceable to military ..r-
.
.ou I. Z S 4. S ..nCof Block 34
; .
aid Sheriff on the following described of the estate of Rull The movement for a federal depart;
Ate Z, Bankruptcy for and four vice. Recommendations to Gov.
1. S. 4. 1. V7. S. 10. 11. 11 transport use,
Real Estate belonging to said defendant Bass. St Cattle education with in
John. ment of
Company corporation -
a a secretary
and 14. 1118.U\ of. 17 Block, IS. It.SS;10. *1. IZ ZS. S4. situate lying and being In Oil. and George W. Mann were. six Inch guns mounted for protectionof Bl..ine.were. that these men should the President's cabinet and federal

"ots rk 17. 18. It. ZO. II. ZZ and ZS of ceola The county southwest, Florida.quarter to-wit(SW: %) respondents In said, I, cause as Special In the Master place and appointed the doughboy passengers. The be transferred to mental institutions I appropriations for public schools under -

17.; ot Section Seven (7)). Township stead Lewis and control 'of the individual states
Ol of Ihe above described property of O'Bryan. have taken ship came through the .submarine attacks for treatment rehabilitation.In .
Twenty-alx (Ie) south Range charge of and will offer: for sale before conned
In was endorsed by the Imperial
and being. In Osceola County.orida. General
and her letter to Attorney
successfully crew a
Twenty-nine (29) east levied up- the Court House Door. In Klsslmmee gun I
of the-Ancient 'Arabic Order" Noblesof
The term, of sale to be cash Thl on .. Lync.the property the defendant of Captain. In William the- I legal Osceola hour County of sale Florida on Monday.duringthe scored one or two hits on the attackIng Daugherty, Col. Miller presented a the Mystic Shrine at Wathington.,

9th day of August. A. D. IMS above boats. Forty-first divisionmen resolution adopted by the legion's executive
JOHN B CAHKLSpecial cause October the 1st. IMS. to the highest Many The Shrine represents a membership
Now. therefore you, the said. Cap- nnd best bidder for cash the following
suchan of
committee that 600,000
Master tain. William Lyng also known a* Capt.V. described real estate, situated In Osce- were transported to France on ,asking Masons.\\ v s
.
J Steedkhnston Lync defendant and all other per- OA! County Htate of Floildo. and described the Susquohannah the vessel remaining investigation be undertaken. Col.
& Oarrett
JNSKL :FOR COMPLAINANTI6M ions personally Interested be.And'dppe.r are hereby to required said. \ actionat to Quarter KB follows. :, .. (NEK All of of the NorthwestQuarter Northeast I In service for more than a year. I Miller said that the 'Region realizedthe

the Court House In the city of Klsalmmee. INVVH. and the Northwest Legionnaires of Seattle and other high cost of such a survey but believes -
. . Osceola County. Florida on Quarter (NW%) of Northeast Quarter
IOTICH OF APII.I.I(" .TION FOR TAX the Rule Day In November A. D. IMS. (NK14): and fractional Northeast Quarter cities of Washington propose to make its importance justifies an appeal Insect bites ?

lUllED. that being Monday the Sth day of the (NEH ) of Northeast Quarter the junket to San Francisco and return by the Department'of Justice fora
NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN ThatB. said month: else. judgment will be entered (NEVi ) of Section Sixteen (IS). Township -
McLean purchaser of Tax Certl- aalnt you by default and thiscause Twenty-five. (II) South. Range under the auspices of a local Congressional appropriation for that MENTHOLATUM "

11 te No. ZS1 SIS and Z4S. dated the will proceed an provided by law Thirty (30) East and also the Southeast branch of the and the
d day of June, A. D. ItlS ha. filed end the Rules of Practice of this Quarter (BEK) of Northwest "Forty Eight, purpose. stop* the itching and
I" certificates In my offlcn and hn* Court.WITNERS Quarter (N\V% ) and Southwest Quarter playground society of the legion. The ,
a Accordance with law Said certlfl- Cleric of the County Court In and For ([NEU ) of said Section Sixteen (16), trip will be made at a low cost, and it Level cultivation with a dust mulch ,ivcs

tee embrace the following described Oscooln County, Florida on this 4th Township Twenty-five ( *5 ) South. la expected that from 600 te. 1000 will holds moisture in the garden soil. : -
ioperty, situated In Osceola, County. day of Aucust. A. D 1928J flange thirty (10) East and being the
Jlorldn, to-wit: L. OVKR8TREET same lands conveyed to James W. MH- join in the voyage on what was once - ,

All Blocks 40, 47 and 48 and Lots 1. Clerk County Court In and len by L. H. Cahoon et ux, Oct. %nd Lots 7 to IS of Block 57. Include For Osoeola County Florida 110. Ira Wetherbee. et ux. May SOth
according to the Plat of"RunnyI'rhe (County Court Seal) lilt I James 1<:. Milliard et ux, April chant marine.
.1. KELLY SUTTON ITth. 117 Myrtle Llchtsey.. vlr
imld ,land being assessed at tho Attorney for Plaintiff Sl-lSt February SSth 1.14. by deeds recorded The appointment of National Historian BASS CONSTRUCTION ,COMPANY :
lie of Issuance of said certificate. respectively In deed Books 12. page
1 the name of H. Dlsston Bstate. Un- In Circuit Court 17th. :Judicial Circuit. SS; Book "TIB", pace SS'; Book C8. page Eben Putnam of the American
as amid certincate. shall be redeemed In and for Osceola County. Florida In St and 108. In the office of the Clerkof CONTRACTORS AND'BUILDERS' i .::.t
Chancery: Jewell Citrus DevelopmentCo. Legion by the state of Massachusetts
cording to law tax deed will Issue the Circuit Court of Oaceola Cojiny ,
ereon on the lib day of September, A. .. a corporation organized and ex- Florida, to all of which reference to; prepare the history of the state in ,
1011. :J L. OVERSTRBeTT, lilting under the Law of the State of I. herein mad D.ed.t coat of pur WOOD, BRICK, STONE, i
Clerk Circuit Court. Florida. Complainant Versus: John chaser. a. F. KRIBBS. the world war. is regarded by legion \ :
.
Pay et ... Respondents: Bill to Quiet STUCCO 1 7.-
Osceola Florida.6t Special. Master In Chancery.PLEDGER STEEL -
officials. for ,
fitting recognition
By B.CountYi'lock. .D. CImrn Title. Orderof Publication. The Stateof 4k DAVIS. a N. F. BASS JACK BASS| '-.-
Florida torJohn,: Far, of Cincinnati. Solicitor for Complainant. S7-t the legions part in the preservation>> of .
'IM'TWHTIOW Ohio Q. J. H.' ; TJatavIa Ohio; 822 Royal Street 615 Spronle Avenue.- ; '
OP TO APPLY. James A. Van of Schnectady. historical data of the nation. '
FOR PARDON., Voasl. Is !S vvst.*. N. T.; Anne palmer Fell and H. Nelson .. CIrcuit Ce .* OsweolaC Putnam is resident Massachusetts
>r Major a of
Notice la hereby-lvn that I will"t>nptember Fell h.r Husband, of Warrenton Vlrsrlnla ... I. ChMeevy. Bill fear m- - --------.. -----,
y.: -
llth. IMS.'or a. soon thereHer : You. and each of you, are hereby V.ss a member of the American '" ,
a. counsel may be heard applyr commanded and required to appearon "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-DB KNOWS" ,.
r pardon of Ernest Wlldtnan who the Srd day of September A. U.IPSIeo Myrtle Cooke Complainant vs. Historical Association, and .is considered .
(s ,convicted or pleadlsrullty, of *.. the?Bill of Complaint filed lahe William Fletcher Coeke Respondent an authority on American For over SI year the III. O. Painter Fertiliser Cotnainy basfureishe4Floi- 'I _
ult with Intent to murder; at the : above styled _a... J ORDER OF PUBLICATIONOn Ida- growers with fertiliser The continued ptr*nas. of exp.niencedgrow. -
ring term of Osoeola County ClrcOttlurt Witness the Honorable C. O. Andrew Monday., October the 1st. A. T>. ilstory. The new post will .be fill era gives proof of satisfactory result $ ;..Zz;

131$.. Anyone desiring may thenheard *. a. :Judge of the above Court MS.. tho same being a Rule Day .of ed by'the' legion man in connection COULD BETTER .aTILIZICR BID MADE term WOULD RAKE IT '
this Court. the respondent 'William
-tbemerit.-efth appUeain. and my name aa Clerk thereof, and the >
.! JAMB*:1WILI:MANr: offlelaf' bf.--th'a.tho SSth .day rietcber Cock I* required to appear with his duties of the veterans' organization Writ for New Fall Price List Jut IlIfIIae4' f '.r.:

Ltt Father of Petitioner. of If July J.-.L.A, U. OVERSTREBT.1931. Clerk*," ,. 1"b':1; : ::. of Complaint- filed- acalnst 'Which have lately: ,been >!. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER Co., ,Jack.rrme... fluMe .f' ;;: I:'

? NOTICH TO CREDIOBS's *- (Cict.. Seal) By 8.fiuliock. D. Q 'i. This order to be published one each ncreased by preparatory{ ,work .to I __
Cewvt *t the Ce..t "J__ OaeeelaCeeiaty .- KRIBB8' 8TKBD. *", week for four consecutive weeks In - . .,
.tsjt. .< ......... Solicitor for Complainant. at... The Klselmmee Valley Gasietie. a week: Issuance 'f a ,"Who1:, Who In The . I ..

I I-n newapaper ...bU.be4.In_ .Oeasola I' .,,, 1
In re Estate: of Tnomacjff.'Clark,- American'Legion sponsored by the : > ,1:1
Florida. : ::
-Orcult Court-STth.;",J1Id'clal Clr County. .. \ 1
...
all and Creditoaw.L.gat.e.E1.tribiateaa all Peron having Claim or. _" Tn*In and for Osoeola. County, FJort-$ ala Witness my hand and A."D.dal'.at' fgSfl15MIPP!: 1'f'. .I.> '-r n r '*7: '. W'm: r.4 -. D; .
Slst dayof Aucot. < tilL "I \
Etatt'on. daIn Chancery: Jewell Cltrti'Development )
Demand : ,
,. end sash against of "..aald. are hereby no- C.... a corporation. orgronl- :J. U OVBRSTRBBT.: 1 Some. ',' wrote that ) '.. ,L .,.-. -. .-* .... - ::; a ; .
fd and requiredto present! any ed.and .. .ndr,the laws of the Clerk CIrenit- Cevrt. ., :- craxr cur song, ."t..=:. .
State of .aU.I Complainant. VenusJohn Osceola County.Floij &; . and tickledthe .. f iieral . "
m k> sind e-'m.III..1e1t0.. ir Ar Clrealt'" -. :T5 -We stint Cot no k" :
DirerJ
( Court Seal I' -a..I
Pay te tteee .' .... '
.r of Thoma y* i .ay K.save Clark.asralael deceased the lateeola ee.or ..viet Title' Ord.r..r..UUon. ;lbsStat. '- PLBDOER *,DAVIS.J.; .' ,... .tsbole. universe. Some of tbeee :.. ,... ... 'It :, ...\ I ; __ _.. J '?; ::

> Cosnty, Florida to *h. nec 'of Florida to* Arthur Fellaad Solicitor tor, CompUloant.: .. ',: 7t day"* some farm boy>> U going to start .-- ..A SMs. Simsi'-. ... ... -: j .
..... Annie Fell hi. wlf-of London. Bus- ' -- .Z j
ned Clara B., Clark. ofaald A.- .
"within two' years fl'Olll'the.date land; Oliver Hung..rferd Palmer. !\From i e\O',Florida's tcotto|rrowin : bnssLaeWS,t0t jowan4pruissndbeii. -t .'_<.c<.f... ;<"' ....A...,._.....""": ........, ........'" _1 ; ... ... .:;.;:: :;..... 'J.-;. ::
.a... r. I
tii:; TS- --- Interact living-ns441.dead.und..Oliver all. Hsng parties. irferd claiming Pal. tJea..urtha': *.J'IoI11 . at 'OUT.house: .and thousandsofFlorida'farmar ' \lPTI: r ,.[, ... If" .c.:,...'.... .. .Gij',..'. . ....,....., .,I...Iu ... ::,: .''I

........ 4.a.c.a. ._ mer., deceased -or. -.,.th ...'.lafthe da method, of LoU wetrQ.\control, "." .Ud, wfll. Join, him U. '' .1 :O ;., : : I.. r..r. ..- .'
.
lmine. .1rtda. JII..tr ..' property hereinafter d..be4i..1o.ft} "" \f-: . -- : .
'- ...It Robert, Murray. 1< .Uvlo. *, aad,;it..... ." s-fny good. "f" :.. 'r" the .fjjbmwhr 4 .

.-_t -: -- :.. .....l y. 1,_, )\ ,,_.;'.:" .....:., *? "", .."qt.: ,' ,' ..... ,61". ..; ;'',."jl ''bi ::i.1v.:, I

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.)1 "BABY JORDAN" COPS.ANOTHER - -- ...
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,AMATEUR PRIZE a "
: I '...t.Monroe" \

Aeldgytha Jordan won new. laurels

r I Big Clearance Sale before' the foot lights last, Monday / ',, Thomas' r
'
night in 'Orlando at the Beacham -il
'
Theatre, repeating her first prize winning ; ; i
.. : . "
'act which brought her the mon : \". "GARAGE ,' : "
....
I
ey at Lakeland a few'weeks. ago.,The i,','/fI";; ,',' } '.. ,
.
'
r of Summer Hats Reporter-Star, in commenting on her ,, .'- '. .( I ." '.' "J '
I i i'
I
::
fa act said: Baby Jordan, on" her first : ; r'; " 18 Emmett 'Street :, {. : .r- . 'I I

i appearance seemed almost too young .
.i and, chubby to J able to carry her I ---.H--'- PHONE r ,

r: Saturday Monday and Tuesday part. One moment in the spot light
,
dispersed every distrusting thought .'n "

} August 25-27-28 the audience. Baby Jordan can dance, There's- Reason For Our Adding ,Another,
and she can 'ta it well. Her poise

.1\ About 50 or 60 of the Season's prettiest ful.before'She' the was whole too absurdly theatre was serious delight! Not Mechanic. Bring in Your Car and Find .

Hats to go below cost to make room for our la smile flitted across her face, not a .0''

New Fall line which is arriving daily. I!thought of her vast audience seemedto in'. Out What That Reason Is! ;
penetrate the concentration
There are still about two months in which 'which she enshrouded her nimble step

to wear Summer Hats. Come in and look over From] the time she 'kicked' her way II

i : our wonderful prices. 'Across the stage for the first time HI-- Prompt Attention ,To Small Jobs As Well A* Large .'
;til she bowed herself off with a final
;'' Most astounding sale of Millinery that the i(blown. kiss to-the-audience' ;Baby-Jorjdan "--;

', people of Kissimmee have had/-a chance to see. was grace and action personified. : .
f -
,The ten-dollar too : _ .. ;;;
prize was none ----- - - --- - -
'.much for the amusement she gave' BAPTIST. Y. W. A. HELD
: All Summer Hats All Summer Hats her audience. MEASURING SOCIAL MONDAYThe ., I

ranging from $10.00 valued at $10.00 and It t ADDED ATTRACTION AT :
MRS. KIPLINGER DIES Young Women's Auxiliary of .
'to' .$26.00 to for 'below to for III '
go go : .
..
IN ST. CLOUD THURSDAYMrs. the First Baptist church ha I a measuring

A4 I social last Monday night which: CASINO THEATRE:
$7.50' $3.50 Abram P. Kiplinger died in
proved to be a most enjoyable affair. W
__ Saint Cloud August 10,. :nt the age of
An excellent program was rendered,
All Childrens' Hat NECKWEAR I ,,seventy five. fifter which refreshments! of pun hand I Thursday August 30Collins'
Orissa Janett Kelsey was barn in
reduced to $2.00. wafers were served and a social
ValBeautiful Woodstock Vermont, 1848.
January
1 Vesta and 1 hour enjoyed.The .
ues' as high as $6.5Q.eau When she was five years old her par-
.' Collars. I I object of the social was to raise Musical
: ents moved to vllle. Ohio, where
Just the thing for the next t Mary money for the articles which the auxiliary Sevenlot
|she to womanhood. On June 23,
grew '
ft two months of school J.3 off is sending to the orphanage.The k
1868 she was married Abram P.
members are most enthusiasticover "
of and ,.
Kiplinger Springfield, Ohio
ftV their new organization, and urge
REDUCTION IN BRAIDS AND FLOWERS three daughters were born to them, all all young women over seventeen and 1 lit addition to a an excellent photo play ...
I of whom survive their mother. wX!
under twenty-five to join with themin
,> Ii J Mrs. Kiplinger was a perfect mother -
: = One extra hat given FREE to the first = their worth-while work and their Prices 10c and 35c.
I a loving wife, and a sincere friend. .
-: fRJI I three ladies making purchases each REf 'I pleasurable social gatherings. \
I She is survived by her three daughters -( 10
morning of the sale. After congregational singing and a
Mrs. Velore Winegardner, of Li-
by Howard Hall, the
i prayer program
''ma, Ohio. Mrs. Carl Smith, of Ada, ,{I
{given last Monday night was as fo-! - - -
Ohio, and Mrs. D. C. Thompson, of
lows Vocal solo "Our Faith In "
THE HAT SHOP Cocoa, Florida. ; : SCREEN: ADAPTION OFNOVELS SOUR FEED MAY CAUSE
Thee," Anne Squires, accompanied '>y
IS SCORED PTOMAINE
Funeral' services were held :-it the POISON
; MRS J. D. WOODBECK Elizabeth Waring; "Mental Arithmetic
i
I Kiplinger residence in Saint Cloud I
"
; corner of Connecticut avenue and Margaret Waring; vocal solo: ( According to Albert Dorris dramatic Some people sometimes have (t>:
---
"Come Jesus, Redeemer," Mrs. I B. G editor of the Hollywood News, whois maine poisoning, the sometime &
twelfth street, at 10:30: SatUl'daymorning ,
the Rev. William Lnndiss'officiating. Smith accompanied by Elizal"tilI ( known in the film capital as one of pending on their eaUngcertain Infect.
"'
left I Waring; cornet solo: "The Rosary.! {he keenest authorities on the present ed food. But this trouble is not COB.
The Satuiday
body
Garrett, Hugh Geiger, Nathan Bry'an Emerson! Squires, accompanied )Iy I and future of the motion picture industry fined to Chickens often .
'. man. have,Jl,
afternoon for Lima, Ohio -
[ IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] W. -J. Steed Howard Katz Elias the beieaved husband accompanied and Jeanette Squires; piano solo! : "ThnFlower the original screen play, writ if fed or allowed to eat any and .all
Davis, W. M. Weigel of Washington, by "
!I Song, Harold Wilson; vo' al for ,
and Mrs. ten expressly picture presentation sour or decayed food. S'mpt'fnI oJ(
daughter A. P. Kiplinger ,
Elmer Lee of Newark, N. J., and Misses 'solo' : "Pearl Sutton." '
from to finished script, must this disorder
inception darkened
:II D. C. Tho-npson.: Funeral aunn ;e- I are comb,
Frances Bay, Angie Makin<-oii, i|i I
BRIDGE AT -- - ------ .
home: to its own. Mr. Dorris looks : drooping wings and feathers, ..
ptr.I and ,
in of .1 W. '
charge I
Margaret Stanford, and Mary Weigel. |ments were I i I'LL KILL THE CORN:: WEEVILThe I
THE GRAYSTONEOne II Thompson, of Kinsimmee.WELL I I Iticularly to tho independent producer taxed nerves which cause the blrdi

of the most enjoyable event Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bryan returned ( I i flea he is a nuisance, fa develop the "original." I II ] to stagger and lose control of their

of the week was a bridge party given to Kissimmee Wednesday night from IXV;' AND I BELOVBH) The rod bug is a pest, I In a recent editorial Mr. DorrU j:head and neck.R. .
by Mrs. Howard ,Anderson to a DIES Put for low down "u'sc'.Incs, states in I poultry f fI
'n two weeks' tour of Georgia. They i iI }f. KIRSIM.MEE: WOMAN pure part: I C. Blake, instructor of
number of friends at the Graystone i I report the most enjoyable vacation I' The coin weevil is the he't. "Some really famous authors nf |I j I husbandry at the Florida College of

Hotel Monday afternoon. The )loom; they ever had visiting parts of Georgia -''I' Miss Flora Terrell passed away at books and plays are reluctant to sell i,I I Agriculture, says that midcummerb.the ,.
tt of the lower floor were opened en- they had never seen before. Mr. ,,four o'clock! Tuesday morning at her I work like a Chinaman, I motion picture rights. It Is no won season when this trouble Is mOlt t
suite and were beautiful with a profusion :Bryan was especially interested in J I:home, 504 Broadway, at the age of From spring until late fall, der. The average story generally gets j I prevalent. lie says that it has beet

of pink roses. Six tables of ',looking: over the big Ocmulgee river'''1.63. Miss Terrell was born in Columbus Trying to make a corn crop an awful walloping in being adaptedfor wrongly called chicken cholera altb.
bridge-were marked with tally card 'dam ( Indiana, and when a small child And the corn weevil gets 'it all. screen purpoaes. An equally carefully ''genuine fowl cholera is rare In this

jn.Japonese design. Mrs. P. -i j i removed to Indianapolis. About thirty prepared screen original would country. '

C."Bottorff made the highest score "Ten:; to one.you'don't see me tomorrow j seven years ago she came to Florida I don't crave your sympathy, ,not suffer in the same manner.' AI I. The condition of the grain and mask .

and was presented with a bottle of ," said the doe to the new pa with her mother and has since then \\'But I'm going to cure his! hide; properly written original has far betfter in the hoppers may be considered*

Coty's perfume Mrs. Holme Pra- tient. resided with her sister, Mrs. Stella a !good tight corn crib / chances of final success than thu 'cause of ptomaine poisoning. Gala, (:

{her, scoring second: received a vanity ."Why not, doc.' ".whispered the con- Donegan by whom she is\' survived. 'And fumigate with carbon disulph general adaptation. j that, gets wet and is then allowed .t/*

x l case, 'and Mrs. Walter Coble was sumptive> anxiously. Miss'Terrell had a wide' circle or ide.-A. C. B. ,,/ "The day is coming: when there will stand in the hot sun quickly fernreetaA

+ given a consolation'' embroidered guest "Those are my office hours" quoth )'friends, especially among the older 'ibe fiction writers specializing in screen] chicken that eats such sour grsin!
" towel. residents in Kissimmee, by whom IIh o: the merry medico.-Sound Off. stories just as there are now novelists I usually becomes seriously HI vd'-i
Following the bridge a delicious salad was greatly beloved. Fell off a street car, bing bingr. .
death
building plays. The original screenplay j following.Prevention
course was served to the guests, She (as they dance)-"Where have j Funeral services were held yesterday -' The conductor turned his' head is just as much a definite line of I is the best cure. Keel

'4, who were: Mesdames Marion Carson, I met you before! There is something afternoon from the residence, To the passengers he said, endeavor' as.either Action or theatrical the dry-mash hoppers clean. Do"not

ti Walter Coble, Holmes Prather, Roy I very familiar in the way you put your I with the Rev. Chisholm, of the Christian The car's lost a washer, ding ding;.- writing It is separate and apart\leave any uneaten grain to spoil, and
Starbird Carson Fainter, M. D. Alexander around church of Orlando, officiating.Interment Louisiana Bulletin.
L arms my waist"lIe"Why | Adaptation of novels andplays do not feed sour or mouldy feed. Oncf,
S. W. Cason, S. II, Bullock, made Rose Hill I *
.r don't you remember? I was at cemetery :JUDGE INVESTIGATES will- only temporarily fill the a bird is affected there is no positlvlcure.
P. C. Buttorff, U. J. Burrows, H. W. first husband." Elmira the funeral be- I
it was jour [j jAdvertiser. arrangements INSANITY CHARTERContinued bill. It will not be long before tM However, If the symptom
Bole, DeWilton Alderman, George New York of J. W. Thompson. ,
( ) i ing in charge I -- original will completely supersede the'. are recognized in the early stages fhl

-- -. - ( from Tar One,) present hopelessly inefficient arrange-] 1 teaspoon of castor oil to each!! .lick
had had offer of considerable rise
an ment. bird. This help some.
may
IIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll L I in salary, and the university director: "Meanwhile the independents will

.e:::::: == 'of county agents, had transferred him do well to continue along the lines! Sixty-one electrical power. plants,
-- -- : without consulting the local peopleMr. into which many of them have been with a total installed capacity C!

e: == Wilson had been under written/ forced. He will give attention to the more than 3,500,000 kilowatts, M*.

A =--= -=- contract up until the first TTf this'year. 'original' and let the big birds battle now under construction In the United

== = but since then had considered him- all they choose for the glory of spend-{States. Total cost will be $469,10fl
,fit c = self free to leave at any time. The ing a fortune for a plot which will,'000. Capital invested in central'

county commissioners and the attor- require twisting and rewriting to'',.stations at end of 1922 was $5,100
ney for the board took a different atti- make it for /
possible screen purposes./,000,000.
Gold Rocks tude and contended that he wan under .JW"
The Bank With Bearing t
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contract by virtue of the fact that he - -

had accepted the salary voted at the "' ..'''' ''' .' m '
the same time the motion was passed by ....,,"' :..:'"'C ':::: ::I:::::: .C

= Ability = the board to engage him for another
-- ,
= = year. The commissioners did not!

== and == .want to stand in the way of Mr. Wil r Our BigClearance

son's advancement however, and di'J
Ile f i == Willingness THE hardest rocks are often gold-bearing, not insist on continuing under what
==
3 to Serve but they must be crushed to let the sunshine == they considered a contract and he did SaleIs

not.Pat
A =
=-= out. =-= Johnston, attorney for the
board, suggested that they enter into
DEPOSITS INSURED contract now with Mr. Wilson, to con- Still On

+ tinue to the end of the uhder the .
year
The poorest man can build up a bank} account -
, present salary, and with an increasefor

' q '= but he must work HARD to do it. == the period following, which would! l And we have bargainsleft
t e::::; bring his remuneration up to the fig- many
NOTHING that is worth'while in this world ure offered by another county. This

=== was acceptable to Mr. Wilson, but the, which cannot, be dupli-
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comes easy. If it comes easy, it goes easy, board did not consider it favorablyand
r 1 his resignation was accepted. cated again this
and is not worth while With the progress Osceola county season..

I has made in the last year or so, in agricultural ., .

development, the members ..:. r


: OsoeolaCou.n.fy'l1 : be chamber present! made at felt Wednesday';", get that another every meeting effort man on should of the the Come,. Let U.s. ShowJTou. n.. S,


Bq Ik of f Job Immediately after Mr. Wilson'. ,"," ... ... ... .. .' ,
departures The committee was .there-
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-
I for appointed to get In touch with e Lw' -"j'0'"'.....IiO. .-' "
1 the county! commissioners and the ..,. .,., ,.... Go r"if .\ '
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Hours 9 A. MSto, 3P. 'M; ;' ; Ii. .t&te" authorities and;'secure another Fred. Sr .Gilbert Cos '

,r.t++lr. Q' man At the same';time; it was' the .. : I, \ ) .
E sense, of the"maetlnglthat: contract: : ,-r r. I.'t. 'It, I" ,,- ;
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'? 1I11I11f' Should be entered' Mnt< rwhich' '' !wbulJvenf''iuchfV "'It ''h.' :' j". .l ,,-- _ J .1
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