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 31, 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: VID01131
Source Institution: 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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MASONS !To'iA' Y I ST:. BIG MEETING' AND SMOKERTONIGHT WOULD,'HAVS CITY I KISSIMMEE: 'TO ''H'AY 't'':
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,.DRAINAtt_ DISTRICT School Walter- ',:of Scott.instruction Of SeMag" Here'\ Will'on',,;.Next Hold OF GROWERS,:AND 'BUSINESS. MEN Besleess. One Mea;ef' '.CC..dd.e City. .Beet. KlsslssiseeBead Assets 'I'j A

WiedD.... and ThursdayvThe.M And Waat .Support.. .
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Gym And Swimming1 Pool
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Local Post Of The American "''''''.' Joint Meeting'Of' Osceola Growers St. Cloud Growers ,
The Klulmmee Concert Bbd,'wblcbfor' ..
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Pledges Itself To'GetNeededDrainage 'Lodge' of; Saint CIouwUlay Club Rooms, And .Theatre;
Legion Chamlfers"OC Sister
new AssOcIation, and Commerce a' number 'ot has delighted ,
) / ; the;corner stone of the 'year VVhen Legion Plan Works'
,. r! ,SaInE,CJoud:Hip School next Monday Cities Will Inaugurate.1023: ; ,,Strawberry,'' Season the .visitors :and/residents .'Withitt., ,
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One of the pried of the Amp;,'. 'afternoon at three o'clock.'' "' The"Kisiibmee Tonight: at the Chamber of'Coin;;;-:I-Iterea,\, te: ',,them. as,the, growers', 'pros.,:I.twice a'week'band for the. concerts coming recentlyreorganised season. Coincident with, the. ,..announcement'
In the'pnamble Lodge wil go over to the sister that the Makinson-Carson Post of,the"American
set forth.
lean Legion; as ,meree will be another notable meetIng perlty'.meaa: the city'scommercialprosperi The question-->of 'f'financial '
.1IIad. support
city'to participate in the ceremonw Legion;will"get"behind thedrainage
the constitution of the'lsx- I .
of ; -* -> for Osceola county-"Growers from r. -.J" .. came up. According to a! letter
.ervic*'men's: organisation has to da / all the county business men from '" J, L'tnnn'who, is the agricultural! 1 project and see it through to
over received the Chamber' Commerce '< '
Monday night will be a big Masonic' by the 'came :..D th;.ref almost
"individual responsibility to the :finish, : }
with Kissimmee.. and Saint Cloud;and the instructor in I illsborough High School this week from"the.band officials the '
nation. Thelegionnniress night at Kissimmee. 'The Misterf* : equal''interest and importance. ;;;:Th#
community stats, and : strangers within our gates, are k all atPlant City; said to' be'the largest public spirited, citizens, Kissimmee
Makinson-Carson Degree will,be.conferred upOn, a: elseof ,legionnaires 'are also(I getting behind,
of the invited to come and enjoy themselves.The agricultural: hlch' achoolln: the south, always] generously. responded toithe '
interpreted their responsibility didate..aftel'.. .which refresh the be;oae who will ad'save: a concerted move toward the erectionof
Post have -meeting 'will mark openIng will of the men annual' appeal for funds TKe letter
what- ments'' \,will be"eerL'.Grand: ,Master : a magnificent: community house:landclub' -
to the community td mean of the 1923-1924 strawberry.and.dress the meeting. Mr..Gunlhas. bean '
( : stated thai; heAVame :responsewould .
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best furthver'may John L.\Itsll\ of 'Jacksonville'. 'was InVited : ,; : rooms on' the water, front( Withprospects
to
w"a local organisation trucking season.Strawberry growere ; II ori: two_year's'working Among: the
| ceremonies probably,Wtest this: year., if \
to be pre.ent'at;| the favorable for
be for 'the community'* but have'been quietly going ahead and strawberry, growers of Planted ty'and. no;other means of support could be de- .loking a hapx''
ooc1.' .For some time they have been n Monday'afternoon i'andj'evening setting out 'their 'Mileage*; hou.1t j vicinity,,and is one' of'' the best informed T i '. py solution of the .bulkhead problem
'' themselves 'was unable) Co accept the invitation. He \ and:,with the possibility,looking mor*
,'nthe'.stste.
discussing ,among just much, flare of trumpets. Tonight mon'on strawberry .r'rbeyaeked''tho'cbamber however '
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has designated District'Deputy Leon ; each Ilk. of thC cIty
what could do as Individuals and they will get together talk about ." "His advice will be of itrt- day a probability
they, ird '3.. Thornton, Orlando, to : ..and :. for its opinionI: !: reflecting the', attitude the railroad bor4
er the prosperity; happiness,and general represent it., President J. E.. Lupfer, of Osceola' near,practical benefit to-benTPro- o the businessmen: .-and taxpayers securing property "
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tht Grand Lodge. Mr. good Kissimmee, : Growers, Inc, hopes that at to-night's ducer4, ,He 'graduated' from the as' to-the'adviabi>lty of asking derlng .Tohopekaliga .goiq.;
.ton will J be assisted bY'Walter Scott .lag the,city lot already filled:lnthe r'
of different at
A number projects meeting a fairly accurate estimate Florida Agricultural College '
the city to donate from the publicity '
'lisve been discussed, each of which I is . Monday
of vital importance. Group conferences .- the initiatory ; planted in strawberries this year. The Count-agent Leo H. Wilson; and has termined uponIn order, to .make'anequitable up' anew i ?
and unofficial I discussions have night. vOn indications are that a good market: win a\tach,,lcal training In' addition to hisexperience'since 'distribution of"the .'fb.'need for,..m'.lOrt of a'bblld 1 ;. '
Tuesday Wednesday: nnd Thursday ? expensefor Inc 'where ,communitymeetings; may'< ,
taken place among members of the greet the growers this yesr.' It is graduation,' and ae: a maintaining the band. t '
of'next week Mr. Soott will con I be held has, for a long time,been,: no-,
He .
Klssimmee post in effort to decide hardly conceivable that another combination farmer before he went to college. \everal\ members spoke th.
instruction Klsslmmeel on que- Kissirainee. than .
less.f elt in ; the'needy
duct .school of ;
where they, could best throw : . of circumstances can occur: ',lie, a native Floridian.: A''movement Ison'foot U,(Contl0ued. ,pis VfOur)"" *
: 'miletin j.tf
for gplate.ot:4arioua'elubs
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their energy; influence, and support ,*., such as threw the market off lastyean. to try and.'secure'him.: for ,aeouJitj ; '
The result of the study-...... made .,. Buyers and commission men, as ) agent to succeed Leo Wilson' andbrgasiuaUoni; The plac-4| '

ident in last Tuesday night's meeting woulD PUTIXPENSE well -travelers returning from too who leaves. on the.first of the month, EPANCIEEXAMSTPHtiNDAY;: ;: : Commerce, has been"generous'* fa :
; at the disposal of-th; *
Its 1
lug rooms
which was 'well att..nded"and enthusiastically north, all predict good markets and for Laic* county. ; : : : ; ; .'
i participated in. : :good prices not only for strawberries AaoU"? speaker will be waiter Co.b3eo ;; Growers,'fthe'" BoySeontr,,the:\Busi-' 1 r"t'
E 'ELONG iEGIN
The drainage problem Is the 'pnos ; WHERE 1T. F. but fer-all truck crops. the* N.'Cl'and' St. L.railroad p NEST .. ; resit'snd meetings;: ProfessjonalWoHien:committee; : gatherings ub,, t'
mass ,
the the stimulus of whip WIll.di.cnu transportation prob i
Important one for good of city, The agricultural pursuits ..
and 'Indirectly, for the'good of the Chamber Commerce'Want which last year's co-operative Jews Mri Coble is just having' finished ,KIsIimm Y.' Schbol3I ., 'SUU' .sad when''an..orgaoletytton'e'BO! '',ttuto.,'Butth. need..of.activttle t omA i r'

county, according: to the decision of Its Expenses Borne By' Thef efforts brought to Osceokv county 'Is (preparation of five' acres near Kisslm- .StillLeckingScenceTeacher. I would ot conflict\wtth lAotbaraffelq.! ., .
Kissimmee'a ex-service men, and they, augmented this year by the addition of,imea"with, >which he expects: to get'into'the ;.Athletic';Coach"" > '
drainage district People Who Profit By It considerable of tile drained glei>ec's JrUDthla has petal keeUyYat'by'1HadInallT aHthe
year.Tfce .
are going to put ever a acreage :*i .-. N> fc *. "r? "*
orgstS
They realise that this under The oldquestion, of :letting tho,' land and the taking in -of new land- by Ids: should'be !dispelled, 'If Itexists Only ten days\more v till .s4oooll 1'7 "t .is.ttona t xeept'the"fntrrt.1<< '

taking means work and plenty of it who, dance the fiddler came up awn who became convinced of the *gr I ,'that this meeting tot-night is asteekholders' .. * ..... / .1' Tbilocalpoatof'th.'Ar..rleadIsgIon 'r-"IJ. "
pay starts / 0 .
and 'possibilities. eC tn'.. county 'meeting or a moneylrai.hg }
They know*there are prejudices the rienltural ; '
financial difficulties to overcome. But again Wednesday's meeting through observation of last.vest's results ( taebeme" ,' ora" .te>>cke.utftjtkm. Next Monday? entrance t'etqmninations has 'long wanted' : a'club heuse/ani.
I Chamber of Commerce. In this par, .. 'Several-growers.'from--: -.. that1 It-is "confined't,*. becbk" Pror-.J.s paeerR .had. determined to get onel Plan* srere
or' : '
they bell.that just' a. surely as titular instance th* speaker the+ ( > ', '.. .. , ; hot on foot for financing: :. one'whir a'rea! ='f''
development sections'have come to OseeoU'county, members of the county or Saint Cloudassociations. -

Kissimmee' future depends upon announced that entrance examinaJoriYIner'nth
I the that every
subject all took position nable''GI" suecesS-IBntthe cool ;:
of the "back-country" and bought land, and prepare.t t > get in'onhe "Jr1'u." It is for' anyi l, '. :, : :
I taxpayer of Kissimmee-profits by jl t 'f1ft.h, iudriiitll"grids; :fub, operation 'and .comnrunlty'good ideahas
stimulation of \\the agricultural and 'Kissimmee Chamber Commerce $ advancing wave of production. body and everybody who is Interested)! ;; ; : '\ ?
the : be : : :also in nhndi's
horticultural possibilities of the county At to-night's meeting there will be n'1 grojwing And the members present were nnaninpunif ,
seventh and'cbtJgrad.. sub During.recertIRMRPWrW. <
; rJMJpnnairesL"
who will.discussmatters : whiskers,, and is for anybody who ff
this development and realisation some good speakers "
so to let the people whrprofit '' It has! beerpolnt.d'op
t;lUfering on Taeaday.ndhigh school sub
of ultimate prosperity defends oh [ the bill. of vital Interest.to the !grow- iwants [to hays a share in making Qiceola ' "....... ;: oftadzstons
ply large numberof
there are
en "
Wednesday.
a _
de n. And the business men pretty county second to none in the ; &
drainage. And they are going to Heretofore chamber has been generally .
the in- xtty'esch'wltbja
their level best t.bring that 'ultimate recognize that what: Is of interest state asa producing section. In other I Parents are being jarred:to see that, !'
.d' subscription and membership ,, almost qrtinet
by .iif ,
(
npport some
their childrsn'are definite"fl4aa, : ,
present at the ;
in- < ,
is of
"to the equal wprdsi everybody come., 'j open-
t prosperity into the quickest po.sibactuality. }" growers
i ,dues. Membership due. varied .. log session:of i school,:'on', September i 4t era!deeply r'lumbertng.( 1d. !. lame
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: some''men thinking their,,obHgr.tion I 10.,p",it-is::very"important. that:the are"Iy"- and going: atroag.;; Scarcely
'The Mskmson-Carsen P.at.,1a for;! '-greater. 'than:'that' of Miners:'an-i TILE' 'ARRIVES: FOR MEETINGS,: : full attendance is known at this.begin, t any'proposition bat .ever, enlisted the.

tunate In having two good engineersIn some ..considering'' It less. The' result ring in ord.... to properly. plan the 'united. effort of aH the organisations.,

its membership'andthe post of is was a' sliding ,.scale of membership CASLER'S ACREAGE MONTH AT; CHAHBEtJ ,years work: ; ;'Professor Shaver. and I'' Occasionally,.;though fortunately set-1 .

counting on?,the advice'and help dues,.with, the.usual result'of'' some .. . Snperintsadent. i ..Yowell look'- forward dom!" organizations have been pulling
these two, Joe Butler and Joe Johnston bearing more than their share and I to a .successful in both the in.opposite directions. The plan for

to pilot them over the difficulties .' others bearing,less?with the majority Lee Rogers,.Henry LJghtsey Noon Luncheons':Wjll .Start>< city and very county\ schools year, and ask;the community houss' 1 nk :'the* postmemberswould .

to,be'' encountered from topographical of the, citizens;:who I pwfitted as And George C. Bronson Are. Again, Thursdays The Ioysl'appport'and:co-operation-,of all unit all clubs and or :
Joe Butler following '
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problems. much as the contributing .'ones, paying trNz$1ouiintq,, a definite'campaignfor : \
)' First Of October the' county'in order that the schoolsnay
'l'I'Oup ; Latest To Plan Tiling c
one of the recent, conferences nothing. ,LiM achieve the maximum'resalts.AU a goal which.would not only greatly '
the MM.MM *+**
prepared a map showing When Willis PoweU eras hi Kisslmmea; The tile"''drainage campaign{ grows The Chamber of Commerce Is goingto 'of,the ,teachers ,have',been,en.. benefit each of these organteMtssMi. ,

proposed district to, be.dralned. This addressing-.the chamber. few weeks apices Carson Farmer's five acres teaks'a;vacation.. :That is, its members : cared except; n4t to.teach science and \\J but would :at the ,same,Ume' :exert .a,
Is the district discussed by the Kissim- he was asked to explain their week. I followed' / voted but most-'wholesome influence on the city'as
ago were'finished last They are. They Wednesday athletics in the high'school. The ; .
endorsedby
mee Chamber of Commerce; method.of taxation' '' for the chamber in. Jlolmes, Pr.ther'.cre and a to discontinue the .Wednesday; noon' I resignation : of S ti>' W. Cason;?, ,..whobecomes 'a: "'whole, ,and".bev":. .nruct needed, '

them, and taken up with the county . Lake county. His arguments were half. S. L> and J. E. LupferYeight,, ,meetings for a month'and.to resume, ''principal and city 'superintendent stepping.tone.to the greater Kissim: ,

commissioner, by the chamber'representative. very plau ible.and the wonderful results ..1 ,and W. J.,Steed's four. Eighteen aida them again'after the first of.October. at Winter Park has left '''a nee .which, is an""assured fact-/f!'/ theooperative

It is the I district obtained in'Lake county, while half acres' have been tilel fluting The .Thursday afternoon closing will \vacancy difficult to till.Mr] Yow spirit -of the Jast.ysar; '

rughly bounded by I Lake Tohopekaliga. chiefly,due to',the personality of Mr.: the last month. The Steed, Lupfer be a thing of ,the past:then and :the ell and )'*r. Shaver have been in correspondence and a half continues'with the eathuslasmjndlcated -'

Mill Slough, the Orange county Powell,< argue/, ,well for the system. and Prather tiled acreage fs all under regular meeting time. of Thursday*rljl'l' ;with number of applicants ' by'"the present'; attitude" >

line and Shingle Creek comprising, Mr. Powell .said/that 'at first there well and drainage. Carson Farmer's again be in vogue. The first nfoetrag. ,'and had,one all signed up..Mon: of mo.t'of her ritlsens.. ; ":

comprising"; .approximately twelvs+ were the usual objectors, who always! five acres near the stock penjis completed will be'Thursday noon, October,4. day.. Then, on''f uesdsy, came a yire In addition the practical valoe to

thousand acres: line up apln.t'procr .a. but,.that today aJ to tiling, but has nol .". a The activities of the chamber will from P.C. O'IIaver'now in _Tennessee, the city.a community'building would

WIth the engineering problefts having one seldom bean'anm.. object to well. J. C. Dibble will start very pot cease, however simply' because resigning hi. appointment. ,Correspondence be a moat fitting memorial to the bpys'rom '
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expert,knowledge in the post itself his legitimate share of the '.xpense.of soon to drill Mr. Farmer a four'' inch ,the eating and meeting attending chiefly b,.' wire was're' .' Kissimmee, who' muiq'the''" 'u ;

the members realise that the legal the county's chief booster The rein well to finish his equipment for pros- ,(quits. U. J. Burrows the' secretary, !!opened'with"the u.I'I..nd.er consideration prem.,eacrifice"d.r4ngs'tbe'war'end' '

questions[are even more" likely. ; on for the unanimous approval taxation perity-fsrming. who was recently engaged, b:(' the immediately Superintendant one decidedly, worth;while.: .

need careful,'attention. Herey, too, for the support of the various M. D. Caster is ready to lay hit board of governors for another 'year, Yowell said this.work that a man. ''"Each'year the question of a loe.. tl
they have ,no fears;; Attorney W. J. Chambers of Commerce in Lake coufl- tile and will probably start during )has a lot of work mapped out for hint. in'Okl&honia/Dee McCorkle by name, for .a": county.fair' m..upAn..th: ",

Steed himself>ne of the most enthusiastic ty; Is not hard to see. The chairman September. His tile has all arrived In addition! to his regular duties coming a. graduate of Southwestern. eben etig-orgsniiatlon'was; formed and' incorporation ' :

supporters (of the'agricul of the county commissioners of thatounty'recently and is' 'delivered. He will tile five with the arrival of the tourist ..&ion.I College, 'of ;:.Oklahoma, with there : started: with. a' view ,

tural enterprises; of'the county and e wrote an unsolicited acres at present in time for the spring: the-chamber made.an arrangement a.years' teschingexperience: in sciences; toward getting' football, baseball, ten-; .

one of the' fb'at'to'tile-drain his land, letter to the president of the Lake crops, and expects to tile the rest of I couple of months ago with Osceola and experience, I in coaching athletics us." basketball, 'and, other greunds.,.. ,
can be counted on to steer the campaign in,-which he cited the makes A i gymnasium ha.always been a need;
county chamber his farm If for city adequate Growers Inew whereby:,U' expresses I was under consideration by the board,
around .the"legal rocks The during the four,,years facilities in the section ; 1a 4.gopmatwhU..devotees; of.,the . z
fact! that ]past drainage :I Its co-operation with the growers; ,and hope-.was held that he would ..bebeard. ;
other phases,of the campaign.con bl* the\county., from funds" derived from.xation1 where his far7a lie.. 'upbuilding of' Osceola:county-la. .from.in-the immediate future. polished alleys and the ten pin have

taken care' of nicely; too, think, the had payed.to, the chamber One of the most Inter..tinexperi- terms of tangible assistance. Mr. Burrows -J I Tae full:complement of teachers for onged' for- a',chance"to'bowl.Uot_ "a- ,

legionnaires ?among' their. member- less money than' the-cost of building ments in drainage in this sectimi is will therefore act in the capacity ! .the Kissiimaee schools with the exception kid _in town but ,has:wished his hometown'sported

one mile of permanent road. Yet that being completed at Center.. Pak of secretary of 'the Growers association of'lclence'tescheg.and', 'athletic I .a'swimming pooL\Lake1Tohopekaliga

ship.They realise that tIM: drainage project during that time Ml;'families bad been for Clay PaVtin. Mr. Dibble has drilled and is busy ;now developing l director for the ,4023-1924, term is ,beckons strongly .topo-; \ > -

like every other one for commune' located In Lake county: .' Statisticians'' a well for Mr. Partln, to be used formln.ee j markets for the year's strawberry and .as follows D. B. Shaver', principal; tential canoe clubs. Many cornmuntQ ,

it, 'bufdidwIU ''need the' wholehearted figures' ss to the, relative value 'of a purposes primarily. The wall truck output. Miss Almena Leltner 'assistant iy problem 'would be, IOlyecl'b"" 'wholesome ... -,
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support of the dtisenry.$ While family to a community show that 'if may be used either for pumping Waterto I The chamber luncheons have provedX principal and, English :MissHelen "recreation.? .< ..

they have .houldered'the'' details of that were all- the! chamber had done irrigate or to drain water into. A I decided success. Better attendance'ias Bass, French'and history; ; Miss ,Anne -'Along, ,'these, lines. some:of the legionnaires -,

work, necessary:to put the matter In the returns to the county were several cypress pond on Mr: Partln's place / been had and more work accomplished 1 Shockley,.mathematicsMiss; Kather- have been dreaming.. 'They;

final shape for action :by the.voters of times as great ss this expenditure. But has been drained, the well taking the under this a atem'than ever Wyckoff, Latin and history; Mrs saw In their mental pictures a beautlfnl -, ''" '

the district.effected! >hey are count. during the same'period assessed. valuations 'ruler off very rapidly, and if the well (was under the old schedule of'night IJn. C., Bryan and Miss Cleo Wool- and commodious building,; surrounded '

fag on loyal'support..of,everybody In in the county had insreaoedfrom proves what Mr. Dibble calls a complete meetings. The ladies who .have 'dridge, eighth': grade;' Mrs: J. W. by" inviting walks and' grace
''the county' who, has.. a l desire to''sreOsceola $6.700,000: to $11,600,000 this Jnicrease well, it will keep the pond drain served luncheon to the chamber meeting Trsmmell seventh Miss Augusta 'drives, with .the many,, Florida
.A.; .
:become'the:;trucking,, through the thus made available .. flo1fera' '.'bloo C In., profusion 'aboutthe
county ?also coming largely ed. The land xfor have been most efficient ,and l Winn, seventh' B; Miss Norma Grit- .
berry fruit, and cattle 'producing section efforts of the chamber; The popula tiling is some of the richest1' in the faithful, and visitors frequently made sixth A; Miss Foda McNeill, sixth: ever green lawns,while Just at The.

for 'whlch'.lt, Is'so weU/adapted./ tion'of-..the county.doubled:: during county and Mr. partin will-be numbered very favorable comparisons of the local 'I'ln.Mrs.F. C. Edwards fifth ''A J.Mrs.Frances edge th. waves 'of the I 14kt' lapped
co-operation which was 'chamber's activi producers. II ; the artistic bulkhead in :response ,to- ?
The
spirit,01, r. that period Of'the .monathe heavy meals as compared with..tho. Snodgrass; 'fifth: B; Mrs.
so well Illustrated last ,.ar'1 strawberry 1e1.The' production'of citrus fruits Henry LIghtsey and George'C. Bran :elsewhere. Mrs. Howard Katz, ''wfio !Ethel. P. Ames,.fourth ;IAi; Miss .Cor'nelia the fancy'of the summer' reese.'ThcYtaw ' '

campaign; they: believe will increased ''from, four;' hundred 'thou. son have been having' their places ':was the guiding\ spirit of the luncheon'' Lancaster fourth B; Miss, Mary men Del'maIcIa on ;'the' tennis ,. ,

crown[their;ef f orto,' In'.,'this.Jnstance, and boxes to'more than a million and surveyed: with';a+view o toward tiling.. :mskera when the"Chamber Auxiliary" .third', A' Miss Lillie Dais.I courts, athletic. youths in padded, uniforms :
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At Tuesday meeting;a,committee work\and:tb;((that of, the' county If:these. sui..ey.a'show*,proper drain since the ladles of the 'Saint John's Miss I lI.dora'Ru..u" second;' MUs. building .and character "msklng '

> known as the MskinsoB Carson,Legion agent: SIn summing; -the situation. age: ability'they;!will:tilei Mr.,Llght- GuBdj have-.been in( :'charge of, the, Edith IIW.r,:.firat;:A; '.Mrs.: Iris,;O.Bchuck ., contests,'they,saw well trained of nni-r
;;Draiaage Committee' 'wuI'apdpinted'to ; the letter'.of.; commissienerr said uy'\"eoatemplateai. putting:;: in ;,three luncheons; :I'and:"hss,; mslnUtoed'the' ,'J first Bj Miss;Emma Yowetl, formed Boy Scoot In prophecy ,the .
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:assume control of"the'post's''csm-. tbi" 1n'nc11; da"1n$ bb.'.bodgettfor acres of .'abbege.snd three of, peppers high ,standard :.throughout. 'T firsthand; :;: principal of;prlaury'de-: city's future;itixenship, while ;usable. '

';Ipaign 'Thlsr ,eommlttee f.yUl mAP sAis'yea-i -* mill' arid'a quarter forthe bn.1da 'land,..t:Psghorn, if-the y u r ...r' -;, ( psrtment .'Mrs.. George.8tel ....:'over?, equipped,showers:and I'J'-trJ -

oit...the necessary;worit-.do, nbmin-; support,of the'chamber',"we, the.eomnVssionen tiling is found practicable.'' Lee Rogers fs.n.tor.r.'Z.,: 'Campbell, ,' of Pin,:f1ow.troa''foarib''' ;, and fifth'grades:. ; ming:pool.awaited ,the); ..completion? .,_ .

\ate to Post'Commander Nelson MacLionth. of Lake county believe that is tiling an acre at.his dairy north Beach, stopped over in'Slssimmei at ):Mb MyrtiUaBeals.music; 'sad.Miss of,tt>s Imm.edUtsrpursuItJr. : They, saw'; ,

.& ; peraonnel'of'regoired' ,com; it t; meets with!'the'approva of.100 percent % of,the city limits, and'it U understood the Dayson I Hotel SatuJoday night;..::.n Margaret:: Stanford, expression. $ ova,......... overlooking the '

mittees'and act ash 'C'Ueral'ateerini 'of ,,our;;,citisens. ; -.hI. ) ,\are"' fnlljton that he, and U. J.' Burrows.will go in route home"Mae Fort'Meyers.;" I :The high J "school 'building ... UDdet? "Sleeping"' Pant, .":.';aad inviting .coolporches; ;

','cenmiittee:;"!,W.,'J.,:Steed ,chairmen lOo.'hule4 Pag-e 11'0.rL, for,frost-protected Veatutmbers"next : .of"; .' par.lheeaaila; 'f.of.1ak"4' :
BeV/W_ Cj the going repairs 7and _..dornnsent'wthis .
of the' committee; ,po-workers: bt- ... / T fM Tstijanj i\jxAj\njTjfuxnjv Jxn wttr:. Nerton. pasto t.Wsc'tbelr:, ;;,storyji of;; comfort ,w4n"
his part 'uMrs 1< First :; .Unexpected; week the front and trimmings being I\!\
himself to do Wethodistehurch, ,
big Jim MiU.r'aadDr1V\ S.:.Geiger,I ings7-l Pt I ; ; the, .oa'bad.\; \, restrdurl.g.lheatof.tbedatr'\ t
'with"tfl.the'drainig. . .Is the borne'front his' to-night, aid. painted.' ,and,i the iwindowsrepaired, '' ,
'.Best .'every-membe1 present .ben, orosfed'upon: .. ; and stick i .._ G -Woodsn spending .vacation : : : : *

"at//the ; iraBj d:it"wai.'noEofe: : ..''district. '' to-: n4!$e." ",weekend Orlandotho guest of,Mr,1' ; wiD have regular, ,church,, .''services, ....Sun, "1 whHe..the:floors.are all being oiled in ,','' If- :,Tfllaira't_1"4'__''-----L;., ,,"

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On Thursday.evening; V-August 2.1: MARKETING\ BUREAU 0. 0 Johnson
By Spuds
from.? to 16 p. m., the )BaptlstlYoung; a ,. :DANCEt" :

Peoples :Union of the. OOOOOoOtO.O..oott..O.OOOO."pJ'acticalll. ......<. o.eooooaaoo. .
/ I' SCIi 00L-6EGINNING church was delightfully\Htiiaptlt I. e4'aa4'I H
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all of the vegetablesthat fiend '
: at the home of Misses Visiting' a. not seen in Sic '
Herzberg Ref are grown In the Isle of Pines, )years,was' my pleasure a few day T..,

made an enjoyable,evenlng', Tht south of'.Cuba,-' are exported to the ago. As, a retfult 'I feel that 111 be : '

Special Sale affair was in' honor of Rev. Hobart United States. The principle prOd* happier and work with more sailsfaction i 'actaqeIs 1 ;
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uct. shipped, however, is grapefruit,
n Amos, ,who leaves shortly for Howard from now on. "
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College in''' Alabama where h.. wiUcontinue the total of the season 1922-23 being:I I For'a few days I* was over in Lib. 'Usee if Jt r .

'' mlnUitrial' { studies; 229,621 cr 'te.... Most,,of th*.growevs ',erty county seeing old; friends am) .. a wi. "1
; 1 To "Sept.! 1 1 10 former American citizens who introduced aDeI'r.Ifida't
I, 'Saturday Sept. Monday, are fishing./ Idid both, but it 1 It my pur- lIual1t1.' :?
Sunday afternoon, August 26; Misses the Florida varietiesIn t,pose here to tell only about the .Us- ue4

Nellie Parish,and Ethel Whlddeti '.to this oneld friend. His name In ,a h..a.'I ree1

With Each One Dollar Purchase, of School, entertained a large group .of the B. Y five years the Washington Egg Hampton Wade. and. euoc kUa..*.,'

We' Will FREE 1 Acedemis P, U.'s at the home of Mrs. U. J. Bur and Poultry Producer's Association | lump lives in the backwoods, but.he .,,. ass?:
Supplies Give ,rows., We gathered there for the Seattle, Washington, has made a big does not think it is .the center I anl qualm

'Loose Leaf School Binder' Value' 50 Cents. : sole purpose' of having our picture : growth. About 4,000 cases of eggs the universe, although to my way o swallow DlOlt'
made with Mr. Amos' before he left were shipped in 1918 and 220,284 that of'''
\ thinking it It just as near to no ..rI..
I Accessories ,for Alabama,,but the rain was tryingto cases in )922. It pays. to co-operate. 'any other place. His nearest neighbor \ .. A' rout
: Line SchoohSupplles raornlnr *
Complete of yo>
disagree with the weather and turn. .
is a mile away, but his purebred? liver,''a
ed bright sky black in places. "Plain\ Concrete for Farm Use" is a ( pangs'of .. )tat
our Farmers' cattle keep him from the . '

1.00 Symphony'Charm Stationery '(Blue, White and Nevertheless, our faces seemed bright, new by the U.Bulletin S. Dept.No.''of 1279 Agriculture. Issued !- loneliness. In- orlglna4.... )

Pink i:: ) ...*.i..$ .69! so the picture taking lime was spentin | Love for family, honesty, ; "..:earns tell'
$1.00 LeClaire Stationery _________J: :-'-__......-__ .69 singing, followed by refreshments.: You can get one by writing to' be a good farmer, respect for law else; 'TOW
50c Cascade Pound Linen_,______=o;.1-.__- .36 Washington, D. C. Ask the department I Ito divine refund tilt
20c Cascade Pound Linetf Envelopes (to match).- ..1176c The B..Y. P. U. boys like Mr. Amos, to put your name on its rolls and order, and devotion to things you Calotaba-will be

.Tulip Linen Box Paper__________________________ .39 as well aa' all the girls, but it was for its monthly list of publications' are virtues with him. When
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50c Lord Baltimore Paper-- - entertain comes an -=
hard of them to from which sel etlons.
rather for
youTtan'-lniake ,
__________ .17i anyone .
25c Chocolate 'Pudding n-u-- things he is hard to equal. Althoughhe
35c Orange Marmalade --.-.-__...-.___...... .23 this wd.JIo they suggesteda Iron and | overalls he does
i 35c Peanut Butter ?-..___..__.- ,.2:; swimming party. In 'complianCGwith Exports of ( steel from the wears coarse : 40c Grape Jam -.__...- .27 ,the boys' request. Monday night, United States! during the first six 'with a dignity that denotes a proud
60c Liggett's Opeka Tea (Orange Pekoe).....4215c August 27, we happily motored to months of 1923! '''amounted to '982,144 roam I'
I Rexall Soap .-.-.10 I As I sat with Hamp on the steps ofhis
Tooth Paste .1 .Alligator Lake where the evening wa long tons, as compared with 1,100,177 I
25c Rexall Improved -- but modern and well-
25c Rexall Tooth Brush__________r- .]5 spent in swimming and boating, also tons for the corresponding period of plain hiswife'finde '
25c Elkay's Cedar Chest Compound-.- .17 our usual picnic supper by the 1922 Imports of-iron and steel into equipped home a home where
DOC Riker's Milk of Magnesia- .35 moonlight. the United States for the first half Work'a pleasure and not

$1.20 Syrup Hypophosphites Compound- -M of 1923 totaled 615,805 long tons, an drudgery-and heard his simple, ( J. BTKBD
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$2.60 Fountain Syringes and Hot Water Bottles- 1.75 Tuesday eoeving August 28-, this extraordinary amount when one con- tOiunderstand talk about farming anJ
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DOc Cocoa-Butter Emulsified Cocoanut Cold Crean--Oil .- :--- .39- group was entertained by Misses Cla alders that only about 125,000 ton ''folks and fishing and hunting, I re'alized
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l' c. DOc Jonteel Cold and Combination Cream-- ..3'I ra' 'and Mabel Ploets at their home entered the country( in the corresponding ' that the only difference bejtween ..a/ Law \t-

t I 50c Jonteel Cold Cream Powder (all.coJonu) ________ .37 on:. Maple avenue. These affairs all period of 1922. Thin increase was his theories of life and thing .....1.a4
60c Jonteel Rouge (all shades)-:- .35 being in honor of Mr. Amos' departure In face of the new tariff.In I and those of th, professors is that hieare ..
Rexall 93 Hair Tonic ._.... A9
$1.20 music fresher and come from a mingling
after the and refreshments
games
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60c Rexall 93 Hair Tonic..._.._.__. .49
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called Mr: Amos 1922 Americans I with the things that God has not permitted
75c.Harmony of Boston Tollet Waters_,_ .39. we on thirsty consumed -
$1.25 Harmony Boaton Lilac Vegetal- ..::1 for .speech. He very nicely gave 4,000,000,000 bottles of .soft drinks, to be profane by too much .
$1.00 TrSflor Toilet Waters- ..6'I us the A. B. C. sermon. Those taking and this total does not Include beverages man. And then he lacks that air of

j SOc Bouquet'Ramee Talcum Powder-*- Jit part in these affairs were Mr. such as near beer made from I-know-it-all-ness. Bad':
I 25c Rose Talcum Powder________..... .11 .
.\ Georgia that we sat there. in
and I It as
and Mrs. Sam Lupfer, Jr., Mr. cereals, says the U. S. Dept. of Ag seems "
Mrs. M. E. Croxton, Mr. and Mrs. W. rlculture. These drinks come from the stillness\ the stars were just a bit : .
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Remember Date'ol Sale-For 10 Days Only A J Joiner, Messrs. Alvin Rediger, 10,000 bottling establishments and I I friendlier. And maybe that was what r

Hobart Amos, Harry Woodall, Uly over 110,000 soda counters. The skilled made me feel so close to God Al F Carls, \4
Chapman, Harold Wilson, Willie Joiner chemist has provided a host of 'mighty as I drank from the fountain <

R. MINICK Howard Had Misses Clara Ploetz, flavors which the consumer cannot of lIamp's knowledge.Maybe VIS

I Ethel Whidden, Nellie Parish. Ethel distinguishfrom the original. The,I it is because of his freedom j ,

Joiner, Helen Chapman, Ruth Hen- eroma as well as the color and flavor\;; from the world "N.tJall its hljrh-fainting rl ',

(: a PHONE ??Ice Srw PHONE berg, Blanch Tish, Aurie fRedwtne, of fruits is being imitated. These ideas, and sins and shortcomings i ;'

:3 3Exclusive Leah Henterg, Mabel Ploetz, Nellie modern ;'beverages contain nothing because of his close contact t:

Bowen, Eulla Bowen, Margaret War- dangerous to health, but trfe United with nature and its purifying ways ;

I Agents' for Whitman's- Candies! Ing", Christine and- Louise May, Essie States food and drugs act demand* that .Hamp has such a wonderfully ",1, ,

t Mae Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Moore. .that such products be labeled for/.wMt, ,}clear idea of why things are. .j";''

AV. C. T. U. ELECTED they are. ; :*. s':'. '
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i...'_ land. mosaic diseases. Although : tae I. a.
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OFFICERS LAST FRIDAYThe made the U .
1 A recent survey by ,'loss to individual growers is seldom > I, ',
1 S; Bureau of Agricultural,,,J eonom- I
fr CarlyU said of "Man," "Neverthe- Why not dispose of any junk about Kissimmeeunion of the Women'sChristian ics reveals the fact:'that 1 9,0 lIt.n colleges seriously felt because! total the annual plantings lo..sfa Phone: III';, ,
Union held its I small the
Temperance ore yet
leaa,1ie; can use tools, can devise tools. ,
your place? Worn out machinery has annual election last Friday afternoon i and unlvenlt1e.,11a".1he, United great. Nicotine dusts have been 4'i 1
with these, the giant mountail melts value as junk. Save bolts, nuts, etc., Ctates are offering lepecialcurua: : the
at the Chapter House. The following found most effective in killing ;
into light duat.,befo'r. him. He knead J I I
possible. of usefulness in making repairs officers were elected for the ensuing in agricultural co-operation. From beetle outright and making unnecessary r "
glowing Iron as if it were soft pasta r 1j.'i
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the 77 replies received to the que .It'f" -.; .
from
on oilier machinery. If jear: I the protection'of vines
wind
smooth paper
'Seas are his highway, '
from
tionaire sent out 27 agricultural
President, Mrs. M. V. Boyer vice I i were beetle attack throughout a large part
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t and his' unwearying stead.. N< keeps on going up In price, it will I colleges, 86 from state un- "
3 'where do you,And him without tool t, soon be !in order to',institute a paper president, Mrs. W. B. Makinson, sec- iversities, and 14 from endowed un-, of the season.

Without tool'. he is nothing* ; with conservation plan. Hundreds of tons retary, Mrs. John McPbatter; correa- iversitiee'and .eolle,..... Eleven- of I.i The shipping movement at Hong .O.O. ...

tools"he is alL" Machinery; has bean of 'old ,,papers are) thrown away or pondingsecretary,"Mrs.' Jessie J .eln- the"acrfcuJturai 'coll ges and 8 state kong; 'China,' daring 1922 was the :' ., 3
a leading factor in 'modern civiliza burned every year' in Flordia. It is man; treasurer, Mrs. M. A. Sawyer .
universities. 'are teaching!, courses In largest in the history of the port.
tion.' With farm machinery it will bel predicted that within ten years the. OSCEOLA IIOTEL SOLD I co-operation. It Is of interest to The total of 708,244 vessels of'46-' ,...I
in the 'future to meet thegrowing' American timber from which
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note that none of the endowed institutipns 568,794 tons entered and cleared! yep'resented -*|
*t needs' of the'city- for, ,. fo d. paper is made will be exhausted.. 'The Osceola hotel, located on JSuniT : offer'a. special course In cooperation 'an Increase! of 218,610-ves ";

'$ ? I street, changed hands last weelq although 10 report that sels and 8,823,782 tons over 1913.About .. *
the purchaser being J. C. Crow, of .
1, Umatilla. The hotel was owned by 1 the subject (Is taught in connectionwith 10 percent. of the shipping . . .....
other courses. American.
WHIP YOURSELF W. H. Arnold, of Eustip/, and has been I : 0 0 OM<. '

into saving some money every month. Most of us have to adoptsome conducted as a high-class boardinghouse ) Although the poultrymcnt should "Diseases, Ailments and Abourman '
I "Whipping" plan that compels us to make regular deposits., or by' Mr. and Mrs. Julius Smith do some culling every month in the .conditions of Swine" is the title: :'
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we wont save anything. for several years.It year, if he cnn make but one culling, 'of Farmers Bulletin No. 1244, issued ; :
$', Loan The best system the is the has-time proven, old reliable Building and is understood that Mr. Crow intends the time to make it is about the first free by the Uf S. Dept. of Agriculture i :
plan, if company the age, the financial strength, the .
confidence of the public based on years of faithful upright service moving here and occupying the of September, say the Cornell poultry-I Washington, D. C. Ii contains valu- *"
1 and is. ably and honestly managed. lower floor as a residence and fitting men who give some practical culling ',able information for all growers of It.:
1 THE UNION HOME BUILDERS of Washington, D. C., and St. up the upstairs for apartments.A rules. They declare that culling cut hogs. The annual loss from disease ,
Louis is such a company and is in a class by itself. Beware of imi of the old poor producers from the ', among swine, often preventable, is ... 041.!
; tation companies claiming to be "just as good." No Building and recent decision of the Florida I''
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flock is the easiest and the large.The .
quickest
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t, Loan Company can claim to be thoroughly, soundly established and supreme court is that drivers of auomobilea f
reliable until it is at least ten years 'old. TH&) UNION HOMEBUILDERS must use care with their way to lave money. Hens that exodus of negroes from thesouh :
was established in 1910. have laid long and heavily have a different ;
We have loaned In South Florida alone more than a quarter of a bright> headlights. The case in ques- from those that to the north is attracting general
w MILLION DOLLARS DURING THE! PAST TEN :MONTHS-more thAn tion was where an injured man was < appearance attention. Since January 1, 1923 -f"
one-third of which Went Into Polk County and not a dollar of which have not. These differences are in ,:
.' went Into Oaceola County. Study our plan review our record and then given $6,000 damages. The.defense it. is estimated< I .J. co-operate with ua In placInK a. goodly\ volumn of loan here' In Oiioeola, held that the driver was blinded by an physical appearances and actions. The 000 negroes have left southern agricultural ,t.\
I .. Ceunty. Our loan are made on unproved city or country property heavy producing bird is a worker, a -
t t' for twelve year at *% Bend for free booklet. approaching headlight. The court sections for northern cities \
good feeder intelligent elusive but
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held that the light put him on notice Chicago, Pittsburgh, New York, De.
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UNION HOME BUILDERS not flighty, keen of eye, a good ranger I '' /'
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that he was ip a dangerous position troit and a few other points.
fitovall-Nelaon Building, Tampa, Florida. late to bed, early to rise. The low
and he should have been the more great trouble is to find housing for
M. V. BOl KR. Ijeml Representative K/.sl..ee. producer is indolent, flighty and an
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cautious in his driving, even to stopping i.the colored throngs. Since the Kansas
indifferent eater, with little activi.ty.'
L if necessary. Reasonable care migration of 1879 negroes have \.: '

and prudence, it is said, requires extraordinary During warm weather farm animals been steadily leaving the south to '/'J

care under such circum need large quantities of water. A'''find work in northern mills and factories nue );Q

stances. The decision too reminds milk giving cow will drink from 10 the total number of migrant ;f

auto drivers of the rights of pedestrians to 12 gallons. a day, a hone or mule being estimated at about a half mil '.

a.aa The pedestrian has the same about the- aame, and a pig from one l lion. :

G etJ right to the street that the autoiat to two &,&110nl. Too often* animalsare .
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I During'the last five years the pop-
has. The majority of drivers seem forced to- drink in wallows of
ulation of the United States has increased :
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t to: proceed on the theory that the water in which they stand. Clean ( :
I I, some I 5) per cent while the
; pedestrian Is a trespasser and must water is essential to health. Look to''
number of automobiles has increased
x/:: get out of the way of the swirl'fly- the comfort of your animals. It will over 300 per cent. Now; there 'e ",
Ing cars. The pedestrian'mUllt, and ,
,". / should use due care and prudence pay.It I I over 12,000,000 cars and more n ;
't when walking on the highways or is reported that $2,000 was re- I are being made and irsed. It is a' ; J .fJ

The Stability crossing them. Nothing more is required cently paid by a great western hatch Job now to guide a car alonMj I'

of him. And this due care ery for five winning S. C. White Leg ''streets of the busy sections of a! : v
city, but what will it be when .i.H .
horns, in an officially conducted lay- .
and is
prudence a mutual affair. 11 '
of Florida' citrus industry Jng contest in the state of Washing number of cars has doubled? ,'furl 4'C'P', -\ =,.

'I't' dates from the time the The public! !generally is too much inclined ,; ton. Just think of it. $400 per head rigid enforcement of the tnffIc, laws

took to imagine railroads as wellas for hens weighing about five pounds' will be necessary. On the country i -'

growers up cooperative other corporations are modern each; or, to put it by weight It Is roads as well as in, the city many nt

,:, marketing.14 years agojr\jflt!; J ,dragons which reach out, ,and gobbleup $80 per pound about as valuable as I driven have no regard for the right : f ,
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y'ttl a few thousand men, women and 'platinum. But the real worth aide of of other: '\: : 'r .".
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Upon the continuance, children whenever thoy are hungry. ..the transaction is to b/e.told and thatis I : : ,i.
German '
As'a matter of fact they'are the business they did 'them.e'"e.' proud in the i export*.of heavy I rt
f. rdedy distribution and 4n 1922 amounted to 827,856 tons 'of dg ;:
;, I .. ex. and work makers of,the country, annual laylnl"'t:mtelt;:when'they laid i ; ,.iJ.I ,

kw .,! fy\f,.'pansiohi'.bf:markets to consume owned by hundreds/;of ousanda .of 1,421 eggs or antyferage'of-285'; 1-6/ I which ,123,000 tons,came to the United ; \ : a '
States. of dyes and d.Yti.
,' ;j, : ;bigger;'<:fropsrdepends: : stockholder: in city, town, :Tillage, and eggs per ben In'th: arf>,daya.\\), It pays I stuffs I totaled.Exports 152,774: tons .of, which, 1 .
: : hamlet, and a large proportlon'of our to, have good hentJjJf>5: ?,, "r--EjM .. v r ; I
ay'--: h l ture.t. :' 44,000 tons came to the United States. ; ,
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."" population,is': directly'concerned over \ I*; ] \
I a ". -,.; ... '" 11"4. '. ,.y:;. rJ'-- failure or success., A breaking" down le"striped.; alWmber':heetle'oapa.! 11'* ((There are1' five)kinds;; df" artificial t taUk.do ' actory,
oageatm>at.4 a$ from$",,0011,'
or'railroad,;service would be aralam- !' ( which'millions are"being mad., a M
F t'\ ,; ty.1-. No';one would escape.. 'hurt> oycoSapse ; ,.'SOOOPoopnuaU) ,",,to;thcu-. are easily Inflamable'and do not ,one 143
of th 'nl1r d.. ,, i Jt cep.cuqumbermelon( .albf'1,lney'' '
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v.,.<<*"0'" 8TRAWBBRRIE3. : 'Al3YICE OF EXPERT E. U.; AyetW. '.AGRICULTURALIST. :,AI.A8KAi".GBLT.co; . Y. .4 ,p"4..t.w. .... r4,1h ,.q, her s...,V. ., V + r. ,
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1i:very county in. florid*-to.* cer A hitch in "time Laves nine, and )i 'The-position of\ agriculturalist .-ofthe !i"Why.You'' rear'tbe'same clothes IAND 5

tamu''ubent-csras gnm' 'Jitrawb4rriesae this. t Is Just as true.of teed to be planted Florida 'experiment station baa up here that ... do' down' in Florida," ki

'a. garden crop 'and produce 'all It eta it i 1.of worn"eocks or pants', or' 'Men created and Ed L. Avers has exclaimed 'E. H.. Eggersglness, well

,needs! of this, fruit.. When. t.ha11., sldrts.' Seed, that are to be plantedIn ,-: :,been elected by the board of controlto known eitisen 'of Kisslmmee, Fla., .,

done-and It wfll be if indications .'the field'or'in the aeedbedhouloJ fill\ it, according to an announcement who', hap been touring1' Alaska for the '

point 'to' anything- Florida's, fruit be :of'thb. very :best: quality and free by Director Wilmon Newell., past six weeks, and who is In Anchorf SUPPLIES '.'. ,;:

shipments will probably further enthuse of disease. 1 1 This: position)is a new ono an<\ la f visiting\ his nephew, E. A. Egg- 1'6'

j those who.look with pleasure( If the seed are not known to be dis! made possible tjhru, Increased appropriation ersglueis. "Really 'It was warmer in\ ,

he? growth'and' development. ease-free,. they should be disinfected( { } by the last legislature. Fairbanks than It la In my home town Quality and .Count Considered-we believe' ,ye' ;

1 Growers usually'select\ moist, flatwopd in order to. destroy the' spores of the i'' ,Mr. Ayers has for nearly a year anda and I'm frank to"admit your gardens hare the' best values in School Tablets',in'', Kissimmee. -

*' soil preferably with a clay ub- diseases that may be' present,' accotrding half been entomologist and!pfethoto-, surpass1 our own beautiful ones.. .Berries ',;
all who
aoi near the surface. A. P.-Spences oft ..' & G. F.;: Weber, assistant plant I gist,of the agricultural extension diviSion !. It hall been "years} 'since have We especially' urge pupils know "

the Florida agricultural extension div- pathologist of the Florida Experiment J'' one ofythe% othe*tw "brancbti of gone out) Into the woods and fields and exactly.Wb grade they will be intobuy; their

illqn* ,say that, such' eon will:'tonally Station.' ,1'I'the Florida college of agriculture., In picked'' berries, like I have done' '''a\l\ ,School Books and Supplies before 'School 'opens r

produce berries witateut''Irrigation.' Many serious diseases are known to; this .capacity' 'he' served the .farmers over.this remarkable': territory., .September',10th, thereby avoiding: ;the;rush, "
With irrigation theyi csn'be grown on be 'spread by means of diseased seed, directly thru the county agents, giving It is very interesting tomen

light sandy soil. Irrigation often is an or"'aeed Infested with, the spores of practical instruction in the control of like Mr. Eggersgluess make''' a comparison ( PEN TABLETS LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS t

advantage on any type of aoll. the diseases. Many seedbeds have Injurious Insects and diseases of plants, of his home town and state PENS COMPOSITION BOOKS.

If the land ,U well drained and dry, been ,destroyed 'completely because In speaking of his qualifications for with Alaska, helping as' It does'to.refresh PEN HOLDERS. "l" SLATES .. '

it is best to aet the plants In 18 or 20- such seed w.re'planted and the proper ;work aa aa agriculturalist: Dr. Newell the m.mot'f of.nature's bounties ERASERS CRAYOLAS

inch rows:; I if they are planted' out in precautions not taken. >!'|says, "He la !exceptionally well posted at the very threshhold. of the terri( INK ; RULERS .'V' V,

the field on a larger area,they should Corrosive sublimate, ear bichloride upon agricultural conditions' thruout tory. (f ,> FOUNTAIN PENS PENCIL,'BOXES ,
Y
be, wide 'enough to,"be worked. witha of mercury, is atandard disinfectantfor the state and is eminently qualifiedfor Mr.; Eggenra ss has made tripsto PENCILS ,
horse-drawn cultivator. In either vegetable seed, Dr. Weber says. the work he has been named for." various section*)Jo f the world In the BOOK STRAPS EVERYTHING: YOU 'WILL A r

cane in setting them the buds ahould It is made by dissolving 1 part of corrosive I I The agriculturalist will deal with anumber past for 'years and declares, "Never NOTE BOOKS .NEED')N .SCHOOLWennerSawyer

he a little above the level of the sublimate in 1000 parts of water of problems and lines of work was I so disillusioned and surprisedas

ground to give good drainage in cane or by dissolving 1 tablet of this Ito I which the experiment: : station has when I ,came north 'and found 14

of a hard rain. substance. In '1 pint of water. J I not heretofore given attention. Among place of a land of perpetual. Ice and ;

If they are planted Vn poorly draind The following seed should be soaked :other things h. will handle a.part of mow, a land so fair and, beautiful.", It : Co. "r

lands, it is beet to-put them on 40- in this disinfectant according to the the 'steadily increasing volume of correspondence Is inconceivable to believe it has lain '
beds three 12 inch a time indicated five minutes which comes to the ,ta- dormant without home-mak' 11 h
on .
inch rows I : Eggplant, so long ,. . ': :_ ,:_ .
bed, and the Wants.12 Inches apart in ; pepper. ten minutes; tomato, 'tton, particularly from new settlers, era swarming over' it on homestead "
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lh$ rows,. !,five minutes; watermelon minutes; thus enabling the station to render anew and carving out an agricultural em ', . . t t
Before attempting to set plants, see 'cabbage fifteen minutes' ; cauliflower* and'v lu.ble type of service. : pire. Andrew Carnegie In the early ,

if the soil has a fairly good amountof (I',fifteen minutee; onion' fifteen min i r" I, Mr. Ayers will also have supervision days of the upbuilding of the far west, FUEL OIL INCREASES AGRICULTURE, 'DOES NOT'TAEJ' ( 'r

-vegetablematter., Prof. Spencer utea. f of the field tests of cotton varieties when young\ men sought him out tot ICE COST AT MIAMI ALL CUT-OVER'.FOREST LANDSThe

cautions. There( nothing better than After soaking: the required time, and fertilizers, as well as taking advice as to the future, were.told, 'Go

table manure, altho any well decom- drain the-tlhintectant from the seel part in the planning and supervision rent, young man!' That brief'phrase Fuel oil for ice plants makes about traditionthat, all cut or burned r

po" d vegetation' will answer this pur- and wa.hb..,.. with. running water '(of experiments at the three branch: conveys my thoughts for were I a 65 percent of 'the operating expenseof over forest land or even the greater ,

pone. for fifteen minutes or in five change vtatlons. young man again, or were I asked to I the companies according, to' J. C. part of it,"is being'taken.by agriculture n

Strawberries require liberal applications of water. -Tbn spread out to dry give advice to young men, starting I Pereno, president of the Royal Palm .Is" not born out by the-tact., '

of fertilizer; two applicationsat before planting. Small seed may be Such Is Life out on life's career, I would repeat, Ice & Refrigeration Company at Miami says the forest 'service. :'of. ''the,\ U. 'S.

the rate of 2000 pounds per acre In 1:I easily handled, if first placed in a with a slight change, those now historical when asked the cause of the Increase Dept." of agricultural: "

addition: to the stable manure Is advis loose cheese::cloth bag which can h! "Eighteen years ago I had three ribs words of Andew Carnegie 'Go of the wholesale price: of Ice. The total of forest ''lands '.lrealycut

able.Twelve securely ctasjefl.( .broken fourteen years ago my right North, young man!I' All fuel for the Miami factori.. .II I or burned over, :'exclusive! : : of Sarre sea
hundred plants will plant i The taW t':lIf corrosive: sublimate leg; eleven years ago I nearly went Mr. Eggersgluess left Anchorage obtained from the Belcher company 'woodlots, that has not been taken for '

about a tenth x>T an acre, and a bed can be purchased any drug .tor ,. I over with typhoid fever and since that today for the south, a passenger on and when a charge la made to one, It agricultural use has 'already"'grown!

this sire: should give ample berries for Both tablets and the disliRe !ting solution l-!trouble.have had Was awful filled stomach with gas and most liver all board the Alamenda. Just before Is made ,to all and aa this is a large to 181,000,000 acres: .says .the :;'depart-

average family. If the season is favor- are deadly l -poisononand shouldbe the time. I would have colic attacks leaving he declared cheaper rates and part of their expenses it is necessaryto ment., Furthermore' forest 'lan
nhlIt will provide" more than an average bandied with car."' I'so bad as to become unconscious. No: accommodations would readily solve make some change in price aa the is being cut over at the rate'of about

family can use aa fresh fruit. medicine helped me and doctors advised Alaska's problems for population.- companies have been losing' money 10,000,000 acres''yearly, and probably

The! best varieties for most soils areKlondike The ToorTepowTw ,"" i an operation. One day talking'' Anchorage: (Alaska) Dally Times. all the time on the 'wholesale! ice, according about more:than. half this mesh ,In
Excelsior: : and Missionary, IrWh women Vere'discussing I with a stranger he recommended ; 'to Mr. Pereno', they decided virgin for.at. '

and plant growers" ] throoutth. state i raHroa4accident.. ODe Iti asked the terrible 'the Mayr's Wonderful Remedy la which: PERIOD OF TIMBER SHORTAGEIS to increase these prices. They.;feel The ;depletion of, 'our'.'timber supplies
othet It were killed helped me at once" It a simple,
ny
">T"X ably will have these for sale when ; FACED BY UNITED STATES that the retail prices are about right. '
T forestarea'largely
'eia. ..f11hreplied,_fShure, twin- harmless preparation that removes,, ui4'the'reduction' oar
arrives. Contrary to first reports the retail
the season ,
planting 'through timbermining*
t-.,vbi &*ians and wan Irishman, intl.tract timber ,i ,
this
Because company
country's supply prices at the Southern Utilities ''
I baa created d' national -problem that
'. whereupon' Vn. Dooley, with a longsIgbteac = ;
tion which practically all mined the forest
causes has been from will not be advanced. They will
fie thousand Albany Masons visitis > .tack, with, Oh, the pore stomach liver and intestinal' ailments of providingth.ttrgb.r neceeasa'ry tCII,
much coal has been mined from the
as remain the same have been for
aa they '
"tlca to attend the dedication of a including appendicitis. One meetoiur fqtur-hgyitemontalInabUJty7to -
tamer" \ .! ; without ( of replacementAmerica :
nought
ground- time. *
fully} equipped eye, ear nose and throat dose will convince or money refund- some' utilise' cut or,burned over forest
orwating room,.which is part of the ,I The day of,t", atrawberry aq, \ a *... J. Z. Roberson, and draQista1 faces. an Inevitable At the Royal palm Company) .the.I Ice lands for agriculture has**J created'*'> "'>*

new $1,000,000/ Soldiers: and Sailors' luxury seems .to' .... paired, which eY.r.r7Nher., ..-, "tC'f:. Umber shortage, foresters of the U.. that formerly sold' at'' 85 cents a.hundred second and related national. ,problem":"
.
Horpltal maintained*'oy the Grand I. well.-or Tt .la an Appetising, healthful ,f- Fumiihed Flat for rent." iW.' ..0.Harris. .I : Dept. of agriculture declare In a recent now sells at,40cents hundred that. of:land"'use.- ,
-rv 1"1.1.: 'rePort on the tlm"ber'a1tuatlon ,for 6,000 pound' upOn' book: 'and RO'
food Gazette office. 1 41
LOOp of Mason o( New York. i ., J C \ Three outstanding JR.sun. ee
. ru distribution
printed the
for free hundred
'for
cents ,; 2,000 poon4 : '
T- .. '.. :: to bring about the,growiaqc.-i
', 1 ...: '' 6wever, if timber crops ..w'l1'to\) book. The retail and platform prlc- necessary .
of.timber.crops.on.forest 1anP IQaeIs
l ,try ., begrttwn: and.Intensive forestry methods"observed ea wit remain the same...as they .have' ,
to ftop,unrestricted forest explol
on all forest land In the been.
470,000,000 acres-the anon, another Is'to reduce th.waste--: ,
1natl7-Hme
| *V ,' "tion'I"'tlmber; : problem .could be. alleviated. SHOULD PUBLISH 'N MES\ OFVIOLATORS' nth*,use of timber' and the:third Iso .

.'It la stated. OF 'LAW ''increase \,tlmber production!': to'the
full capacity of the land. <
4lfl.
III ; t "Three. outstanding measureb ,are 'if!
JIII necessary to bring about'the Towlncof 'Citrus fruit' growers believe that ,
on observance of the"rules and The golden hued special hats wJtk-f
general
I :timber crops forest lands, according : ''
1924 I to the report.. "The first step regulations of the state plant boat d Florida hat,bands .woreby'thqFloe; -
regarding the sale. and da .Realtors at the national, c'onven'-i-
la to atop'unrestrained forest exploit, transportation
N IffiiI ) I V '' of stock would be ion in Cleveland this year, which r- r
atlo and the denuding which is a direct nursery very materially "
salted .In favorable publicity from ? .
'ajl
second aided If. ,
The publicity were given
result.of timber mining. ..
I' step required Is to reduce waste to violations.: sections of the country,"are being repommended -
III IhL '
Realtors
& In the use of Umber, and the third objective To this end the citrus men (more by"she i i Florida,,
of paramount Importance is to than two hundred of them)' who at- Association: and the Florida Development \
; Board to other organizations... for j
increase timber production to the full tended Farmers;, and Fruit. Growers' '

capacity of the land Protection from Week at the University .of Florid. use'at national conventions,'Ameerican*- tr'
H e cutlve committee:of the + :
fire, Insects, and disease, of course, August 6-11, passed resolutions asking {
must go hand In hand with all refor- the plant board to publish, at qua- Legion,- Department "of Flor1di'ree-i }
estation projects."In rterly intervals, the names of individuals ]. mend us* of the hat at their naional ->' I

or companies found to be guilty! convention in San'Francisco,
V short, with the utmost that can '
vi next, October. It la equally suitablejor
-iafc be done many years must pass before of illegally moving nursery stock.
use, by men\ and women. and is, ,
The 'growers in their denunciation
make forests produce thru were strong '
eve] can: our "- e'
.. made in Florida ; : .
--- growth as much: timber as Is now of such dangerous practices '

THE STUDEBAKER. LIOHT-SIX FIVE.PASSENOER'TO RINO CAR $99S yearly taken from them, and a pe- and Insistent that'Florida's horticulture Life fs not sneaeuradVb7' ' where you ''s

riod of shortage is lnesapable"FLORIDA be protected by all reasonable .
live but ,by where you're, going i k-. '
Owners Know the measures. Uncle Ab.. , t '
130,000 "
HONEY PRODUCTION Altho they strongly believe in and '
-- - "
IS ABOVE THE AVERAGEThe support the nursery inspection service .

of this Studebaker of the plant board, the citrus men
Value yield of honey to July 1 aver- .feel that the greatest protection can ,

slower reduce the coat: ,.ageii' 16.6 pounds per colony for theUnitedr be secured: thru the earnest and whole. .
1924 Studebaker causes depreciation
unit in the new
f Light-Sis Every Touring Car bas proved its dependability of operation and adds to the enjoyment of ,States as a ,whole accordingto hearted co-operation' of producers ant!
reports the U. S. Dept. of Ag- '
in public use. driving.Thererefinements to users of nursery stdcfc.: They believa Y YAmerlea'a
motor embodies the moat riculture.! This is the lowest since
and improvements, The Light-Six that publicity will act as a deterrentto
of coune-but the underlying principles of advanced design known to automobile con the 13.5 pounds production to July 1, Irregular practices. *
design and construction .which have made struction. It represents aa achievement in 1917.. The production to July I, -t a
enthusiasts of 130.000 purchasers of this the manufacture of quality cars in big volume.
model in three years' time. are DOt radically Aside from its mechanical: excellence, the 1922 averaged 30 pounds and the average The Florida Development Board has
changed. Light-Six 1s handsome In design extremely: for the five years 19181922 request for an extensive list of unusual .
i In our opinion the '1924 Light-Six stands comfortable,sturdy and economical operate is 25.3 pounds. The average yield of things to see in Florida, such as
value and closest approach just as it Is I In initial cost. It .. powerful, ,
the
out as greatest that .. seldom surplus honey per colony in Florida Silver Springs, having largest flow of
ha pickup '
in moderate priced speedy a range
mechanical perfection
cars to yet produced. taxed and never exhausted U easy to handle, I from 1918 to 1922 was 42 pounds water of any spring in the United annual, record J r'

\ It is practically free from vibration- Stude- and convenient to park. Compared with the United States aver- States and probably! in the world; the of fire loss'averages. a

t baker accomplishes: this largely by machining Its enameled al -steel body,one-piece' rain age of 25.3 pounds. The productionfor sponge fisheries., etc., for publicationin '
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the crankshaft and connecting rods on all proof windshield ten-inch cnahkMM uphol 1923 in Florida was 87 pounds a booklet which will have extensive 156 Theatres?
,aurfscee..Thi.require. 61 precision opera- atered In genuine leather, and cowl: lamps are :
had compared'with the national averageof distribution throughout the United
tiona. It la an exclusive Studebaker practice among many features heretofore to be>> '
ca cars at this price-and is found only oa a only In higher priced cars. 16.6 pounds. States., Information along this line totally destroyedBuildings 'n '
fnrotherearrandtie77epdccdabove$2SOO. For /t yart the name Studebaker baa stood will be, greatly appreciated and the I '..
Absence of vibration proloeg.Car. life, for;, unfailing Integrity, quality and value.Q Imported cigar leaf is used extensively community will receive valuable free \ that are' erected t a.' '

few.n-MMl body at'Miiktn*....atJ'. ..f>......rala.praf" wfad......wka I In the United States. The publicity from the publication.'! The cost off many thousand of dollars - ''
.ttraetfe cowl li Irkt. Mt a be- Ouk, .ctioa cowl _to._. Dior output of cigars Is about 8 billion per should be Insured 'against< .
MMlrou. .... with d_ fUmombUl information is desired at once. '
cvtafaM..bound oo tlww Mn bi lire. With ,this insurance should, ,
I .....ol.brr In Door poebat a.,4 with _.l bu hold u....uyp.U.bci.t.ed annum, which, figured Approximately jro.theconstant,service of:both \ j
_In.autos---..lather.I.ri..> lock. Sunauxt t.chesdsr M-aUdeonl widow tinfraa In n.r snd eun.iaTbld'peod ear. 20 pounds of tobacco* per thousand The August forecast of the 1923 the local agent 'and,th" 'lnsur-v' ' t

r cigars,,indicates an annual Conaump' sweet potato crop is 93,071,000' bushels ance'company., Ask about this-

1994 MODELS AND PRICES. o. b. factory tion of, 160' million *pounds of cigar compared with 109,534,000 In,1922. a ncY'II'..service and. , Hartford. ,
LlOHT-aiX araclAt.81X BIO-SIX .. of leaf Georgia leads this while .AIa .policies. v -,-. 4 V
cigar year
Ie. imports
4' "a-r.....err .,..._s. 1'. S-Pa..., t tr ......,to H.>. r.r...., in-w. m..to n. P: Average
lid __ .. are bout 40 million pounds or 25 percent bama led in 1922. The, white or lush Insurance Facts
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y Tuwi..r.r-499 S ..ray._.. '13$0 :: ''UIO i ._ '
44, s 'R..s-I.......)_ V 1171 ).'- IUS, sp..d.tww ...)..... rusI 'of consumption. ,Florida produce potato ,crop aa,estimated by, the U. :_ >
lrtromn.e. ..a' set .
.. ..._ .. < "
ssse
... 1971 e (.10 Ta.a1.
... ins .pe
+- Coq. (t l'w) c-p.(} .or 1.- .
: for1923 fs
I S. of Agriculture '
eon t 0... 2050 mi 0 *,.i tine wrapperjtobaeeo; known Depfl : der; .be'mot irged. state mps. rat" }
i// r Tras'te. !*..* .Toar OoaveaUacaSTUPE .w. 't aa Sumatra, for which)' there; Is.'anincreasing'demtmd a79,5 8,600 bushel;'" compared with '. ....,....... __ ',Ie. f ".I
.
; -' :. ; )in "
1922.' Minna-
Jn factories./ 451,1815.000'; bushel this
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Call
: : ] :on agency;
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: 1 ,. - - --- Iota lost all l the states in yields tbqlait'txoyea
. B. Brown making a visit toe. girl , -w
AKI'R I .' was ; ,,: .-.if. r
I : ; : : _, ; , who lived'' in"the. country;* and .they I. '_" '

.1 -s. t were walking through'the,fields when I 0/ ,Th... AdWritersThe I. CARSON : FARMER;i .
; w.KISSIMMEE': AUTO 'COMPANY 1., they'noticed'a and a\ UJf'roljbinjr. honse shortagaJa, ,stil) .some '
i V K -ttr.: :' cow s ... .t. }.<..<.
*,. J ; -f-4 (*) ,'\1", 'i .,; ,-. noses: in '}>ovine' love. lie. spoke up: : thing awful"" ;fC: :tJ d#?l.5 "Tha3: y..D"ura'W.; ". 1. Vnor
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',' replied'it's. father's want d1Lsd wi'hee 'n54 ......rAW.e1ti::' c 4 1
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GAZETTE::,the -schools, -the Improvements, tht DUNCANS GO-TO DOVER CASINO WILL OPEN .. ,; '
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JUSSIINEE"VALLEY comforts: 'and the luxuries. In the FOR TEMPORARY, RESIDENCE FIVE NIGHTS A WEEK , ",-'" .- ..

".- BUBUSHED' BTTHB -""" growing of crops the county. agent M!. and Mrs. J. M. Duncan left Beginning. next Monday, September '
with Iris scientific knowledge supp'e.4mented -,, '
KI88IMMBH ALLOT QAZBTTK where will 3 Manager C. C. Jordan of the Casino "
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east week for Dover they ti .er.-"
VERY FRIDAY j KI881101EIII. FLORIDA. ,. of.{remain for some time looking after Theatres announces that there will
of advantage
best taking
means : ,
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their and other interests. The .feature pictures presented
1 Mr. B. HARRIS -.........presidentJO. ''natural 'agricultural resources which grove erory Very. often we are asked! In .what form
> O. VANS AGNEW._......8ecretar)' have /following/ card received' from Mr,, Dun- Monday, Tuesday Thursday, -Friday, money
.ALLISON-T. _FRENCH. .__-...Editor science duced. and experience- yet pro., Mean. *by The Gazette this week is ample and Saturday nights. should be carried, by persons. 470104;I abroad.,

?, Copy-. SUBSCRIPTION, On. Tear--..KATKS.On .._._._...$L0e j I' The growing of crops will help thelndlridu.I. evidence. thit ,their abscence will WOULD .IIA CITY :American Express;Trayelers -' ?

One Copy, Six Months............ 1.00 the'individual' be only temporary:
[ Whatever. Cheques-thai'8'o
,ODe Copy. Three Months......_.. ..10'n ,', helps t Gentlemen t SUPPORT THE BAND r r

(Entered the' Klselm-- helps the county.Individual.Whatever :' For reasons that seem good and Continued. from Iair One) answer because those .

v Ins Florida. aji iecgndolan matter.) i I,.helps the county.another helps'the '', sufficient to me, I have changedmy tion all being unanimous in thinkingthat Cheques are as',good' as TEllB .
Let's get good- county agent \
All, communications except: from authorised j and place of abode and postoffice address the band was the chief factor of gold 'anywhere travelers 'y ,
correspondent must be slg-n- !on the job at once help us all. .
.4 by tb. writer. XxXCurrent !for a few months, but not my citizenship enjoyment during the 'winter and TO'because; .they protect

,\" Rejected; matter called will for.be returned'' It I definition a '"zebra" is '1 for so soon ....1 can arrange my tourist season, and that inasmuch a* travelers'funds'against' : '

fl I"a sport model jackass." We know business matters in this neck, of the the whole city profits by its concerts, loss because they "
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1 I ; rereigm A.Yel'tlel..taltf ye model whoought !!woods, it means Kissimmee for me that st share of the financial supportwas areselfidentifyinff. "
1 r TH EAMERICANPREa.Aa5OCIATION some other sport jassacks and r. .
.can
and mine. a legitimate expense to be borne
l to be wearing stripes. '
FRIDAY. AUGUST SI, 19Z3B Good luck to The Gazette mav It by the taxpayers. The chamber went be cas : the! ... .) ; ,;

.gBsSB BBBBBtsBBBBsssBBSBBSBesBBsBBBsBsBsB BBa ggggBsBBBBW eaaagsej NORTH CAROLINIAN I live long and prosper, and may Kissimmee. on record, as endorsing the band and orfffinai purchaser's ana .

f MORE Otf COUNTY AGENTS LOCATES HERE and>Osceola county, continueto ' ordered that a committee be appointed because in the' neat-- lit : '

{. -- improve and blossom like a rosa from the chamber to co before tho tle leather wallets in j

,i :; ,On next Monday morning the regular I J. W. Meacimer of Mebane, North .-mali: The Gazette to me hero: city commissioners and the board of which '

1 t, September meeting of the boardof Carolina, purchased the Henry Curtis county commissioners to back the land they are issued .

' county commissioners' will occur. I place on Vine street last Tuesday; PR. DRESCH BACKINKISSIMMEE in its request for funds Travelers Cheques are

:At that meeting a very vital question I and expects to move into his new i .FROM VACATIONDr. While the band hopes to get support convenient to carry

t 'will be brought up, namely, that ,,home, with his family, to-morrow. Mr. in the manner above indicated The sale of Travelers
hall en W. H.'Dresch returned to Kis Cheques comprises ,
Gf whether Oceola county
I feacimerexpects to get into the it is not resting on the assumption
simmee this week from a six week'svacation only of 1
the
take the one
', gage another county agent to i interested that Its needs will many services -
!! strawberry game and Is also be taken can of :,
I place of Mr. Wilson, who goes elsewhere. during which time he hat this bank offers to travelers.
I in poultry. The Vine street section without effort on its part. Other
.1 been in charge of the First PresbyterIan -
where A. D. Weeks has recently plans for 'financing are going ahead. : ,
truck | church at Orlando. Regular chuT
The strawberry and growersof purchased and cleared ten acres,, : ,One of the first of these will be the
the county are practically unanimous ;I{services will be resumed at the.Presbyterian Merchants & Farmers Bank
bids fair to be a prosperous producing play by its drama players be given t
thai another 'l church, his morning subject
their desire good
; in
t section, with these two North Carolinians at the Casino theatre during the early OF
shall be secured and "The Uplifted Christ, and that foethe KISSIMMEE
Bounty agent
I of
as farming neighbors. part next month. Rehearsals are
in order that the evening, "The Christian's Walk.
'a: secured immediately, I| Henry Curtis, former owner of the his going ahead for the four act drama,
greatest wave of progress which the Dr. Dresch will resume dutiesat Savings and Checking Accounts /::; '
place, has not yet decided upon his "Sweetest Girl In Dixie, in which
county has seen in decade shall not immediate plans for the future, but Rollins College September 26, when the leads will be played 'by Miss Margaret Safety Deposit Boxes
I!I that institution opens. He will enter Loans
waDe. expects! to go into business. He was Stanford and Albert Suttoi The Exchange and BondsRIGHT
The big majority of the citrus ; upon nil sixth year as professor
grow-I!
a successful strawberry grower last : male -comedy character part in whichJ.
another I of philosophy and psychology. Mrs. .e. eiI
want county
ers ap berries the market Nathan Bryan cast has, been
season, having on was ,
i ide. I Dresch is now visiting with her sister
know that Flat
-
pointed. They as I
long after the .other producers had changed on account of Mr. Bryan'aanticipated
the in Indianapolis, and expects to return
citrus increases
,
production finished, but his health, resulting froman absence from the city for
culture of citrus tree. becomes more to Kissimm'ee the latter part of .
I operation before he came to Florida a week or two during the time rehearsals .

t faui more specialized. They know demands less strenuous work than September. will be in progress. The band "

that every possible discovery
science and experience must be utilized French and Cason of the Strout Farm NEW STORE READY the band in their last play in the

f if they are to successfully cornpets Agency. comedy character of "Sputter," to take:

with growers in producing sections The Broadway Pharmacy of which Mr. Bryan's role. Miss Helen Bass, GLASSES--NOW

which are progressive and do PERSONS SPRINGS SURPRISESAT Johnnie Schmidt is the manager, will Miss Lucy Lupfer, and Mrs. Triplett, '

avail themselves of the assistance HIS BIG SCHOOLDAYS SALEG. open its doors to-morrow. Mr. Schmidthas Whiter Bass and William Triplett will Win preserve your eyesight for the future :

rendered by state and governmental been busy all the week getting play the other roles. We fit
you correctly attractively
,satisfactorily ;
I agencies. W. Person is competing with bin everything in readiness. A new tile Mr. Triplett, director of the former Phone

The citrus men, the strawberry former sales in his big schooldays floor has been laid, and interior decorating band and Legion plays, has been today for an appointment !

growers, and the producers of truck sale next week. With" only seven refinished. One of the inter indisposed during the week, and con- W. E. '

p props are all cognizant of the fact, days left before school opens he la esting decorations. typical of Osceola fined to his home in Loughman. Hiswell SANDERSON: CO.;

too often learned from sad experience giving the parents of the pupils an op- county is a pair of eight prong deer l known! reputation for putting on .

f. Y without county agent, that with the portunity to outfit their children at heads, the trophies of the hunting a finished. play in two weeks, however, OMOOO M

and exceptionally low cost. Beginning of Mr. Schmidt's brother ,
f\ complicated transportation marketing prowess )nVevents any \ajprehen4ion| on ''the

l conditions, to "say nothing oft 'to-morrow morning, and continuingfor Louis. part of the band on account of his ill- aid M. Katz. The committee will STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR 8ALB-
the' and seven business days he is offering communicate Missionary and Klondike. Grow
problems of weather, fungi ness. Both the former plays whichhe with the other organizations from fresh northern

disease pests, tits-grower can no longer a large line of merchandise stgre.tly NEXT SUNDAY IS LAST directed, pronounced the best semi in the very near future, and these this aprlnv. Three dollars nursery per thousand stock-
reduced'prices.There FOR REV. A. J. MILLERRev. f. o. b. Stark Cash with ....
'exist !by haphazard, bit-or-mixs, other organizations to
in Kissimmee, were presented two are urged como o>r. Prompt shipment and food
t 'lack of method. They know that are all sorts of wearing duds Allen J. Miller pa.tor'of the weeks after rehearsals began. forward with all sorts of suggestions planla. T. 8. Wlllla..... SUrke. FU.:

profit' is in' direct ratio to the amount for the school kids, and Materials for in-Kissimmee I and bright ideas. n-m
First
In
Christian Church
I!
11\ marketable! ; produce raised. They making more. He is making some WOULD PUT EXPENSE FOR BALm-COf acr.aood pasture'landoor
x will preach his final sermon next St. Cloud. For quick atte
t know the hazards enough remarkably low prices on shoes the M.ee-ver ...
are great He will leave Kissim WHERE IT BELONGS aer Write 8. D. WlllUias,
( to the grower, without inviting addUoual -: !kind that'stand the rough stuff. Boys Monday night. Wauohnla. Florida l-tf
next week to return to his theological
: ones. They kr'ow', that the hats and cape and pants appear on mee (Continued from Pave One) "Rooms*** JTorJten... rvrstesei

\ trained. county'agent of to-day is crop the reduced price counters. He isnt He will studies. In the morning cognizant of the worth of the Lake Mata each and at NoTreapaas The Uaaelte Card. .1offlee. '
preach upon
.; insurance! They know that the al- confining his reductions to school and ', County Chamber of Commerce and j /hot,

:,., tnost negligibly amount of taxes which children's supplies only, but is offering the theme "The Haven of Rest the affiliated organizations. This mill- FOR BAL.B Heywood WakefleM*

each 'man baa> to pay, toward the support a large list of thing.'for the old in the evening his subject will be Life ,age' is not an expenoa,-bnt an invest- duerti Mrs.by carriage, fray. finish reasonable.
-A Continuous Parting.-Special mu- Kenton. t 4 Lily a".. Hi:
er folks.1 To-morrow'' he is makinga J merle I It is
of the county agent, Is'not an expens -"< paying tremendous dividends
sic has been arranged for next Sunday. FOR BALJ&--Sixteen: : lotahl hest ...-'
investment special jelly glass day.
but is sound' building the
*, Miss Cornelia Lancaster will sing a up county! .ct'- ration Jn town by survey; close /la.
The citizen of Osceola county has menting ''communities to eternal . Hall of thom. on Pared street with
.but, to look at the sections which are 'NEW STROUT, AGENT solo accompanied by Mr. Miller, anda friendship and In creating a county FOR SALE sldewalka with lama and bearingorange aewerage) sever.d and

::* ii :known to be'.prosperous, where mdPTb ARRIVES IN KISIMMEE vocal duet will be sung by Mrs. Lillian I I loyalty unparalleled in the United grapefruit' treea. Easy terma. .X '1'.
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available for community, enterpris- Deyoreo and Harry Phay. States." ORANGE PIANTS-5,000 Uorrlaon.City. ll-tf-4U

n, Floyd Lords with Mrs. Lords and With such or FOR 8AL.B--SB-room hotel and dry
school more sour plantsfor
V.rood roads and adequate Everett PROMINENT ORLANDO I expert testimony:: of orange goods store. For Rent-Filling- elation
three old arrived in
building* to give the kiddies their year IOn, MAN DIED SUNDAY achieved results as Lake county produces sale. I Also a few thou and. store. See t. MoPhatttr. -

I frightful heritage. He finds that no Kissimme Tuesday to be local 1 reo- I the members of the Kissimmne Sl-tfe

'manna has fallen from heaven nor resentaUye of the E. A. Strout Farm David ;..s9: years old, cat chamber are, strong for trying the sand lemon plants. Absolutely FOR SALE)-Modern 4-room bungalow,
Agency Inc. He will succeed Allison I free from scaly T. furnished: bath rooms arsrage; I city
1..4 supernatural miracles been performed tJeman, horseman, pioneer, one of the same scheme, and a motion was pass- lota; 11 bearing citrus tr._ Is

t 'to enrich them.. ,But he finds that T. French who has been the outstanding characters of the old led, expressing the sentiments of the W. Webb, Palm Jungles, quire Cloud..W. J. steed or Box: II. I Balat

':. 'the people there have taken advantage Strout agent, for the past two :years, Orlando who survived to be a fore |chamber that the city be asked to in- Lake Wales, Fla. l '-0tx':,.,

of'',God-given' resources. If he stops but who has severed his connection most citizen of the new, passed away i; elude' at least a half mill in its next FOR RENT

")to think and if he uses his power of with the company and S. W. Cason, Sunday noon at the Orange General ;budget for the support of the cham- FOR will SALE-I am moving to Tampa, 1 FOR RRNT-Furnished house., T roomsone
\ who has been working with Mr. ao cell my home at til Mabbettc. block: from court house.. Bee Dr.,
'observation, he knows that Osceola: Hospital. i her similar action to be requestedfrom on easy term. Mr*. Cottermandough. Geiger.
., I M county has these God-given natural French this summer and leaves soon( Mr. Lockhart was well known in the county commissioners for ? 17-tta

f :resources 'in wonderful profusion. The for Winter Park. Kissimmee He was the father of the chambers of the county. 40 ACRES-11 acrea In bearing grove; WANTED.WANTKD .
Mr. and Mrs. Lords have rented' on brick road clone to Klaalmmee.
y'r ,old story of.two youngsters who wera Mrs. Walter Nelson.
: the Dr. house at 108 Vernon 11000. Terma. Nelson Realty Co. --To Rent M Furnished bonta.
Geiger
I afraid thejf were going to be late to KISSIMMEE TO HAVE close In. Would rent by the rear.
f Mr. Lords has until his departure M. WINSTANLEY 40 ACIE8With eli: acre young;
avenue. JOHN A COMMUNITY Address Pox Hi. Klaalmroee IT.ltI
school might not be amiss in consider- HOUSE rove.: 4 miles from town near Dixie:
: ,.ingthe part the Almighty plays in for Florida, been superintendent -' PASSER AWAY SATURDAY Highway. Softool church and .t. IF YOU do' any kind of firmlnit W
Continued
", of schools in Pioneer Ohio. He -- ( from Pare One) tion. ".100. Term. Nelson Realty Florida you should read The Farther!
) ',this connection. The little girl laid to Company it and citrus
|her brother "Let's kneel down and will maintain his office in the post- John ihf} Winstanley resident of ans displayed their talent and produced I Stockman and truck which farminglive deal. with'stock.

office building where the Strout office Kissimmee for the last thirteen years, funds for worthy cause. They FOR SALE 60.000 Missionary strawberry poultry and dalrvlne Send for free
.
pray that we won't| be late for school." planta. now ready II per M sample copy or SS cents for three
\ bThe has been for the past two years.: passed away last Saturday afternoonat saw a number of rooms, each with its Phone. 18S. Guarantee Satisfaction.J. month. Yearly .ub.orlptlon..11.N!
lad replied, "Let's pray, sis, ,butlet's the Park Hotel where he has made N. Parker. ,..tto three twice
One of his first moves after arrival special and specific entity, the' horne" ".ar. ".eo. Published
'r- like the dickens while a aa
[ run we'rp month. Address The Farmer
I'' .ill"! was to 1 Jpin( the Kissimmee Chamber' his home for many years, at the age of this club or that society. They saw, B15DS-If not already on our mailing Stockman, No. 10 Newnan Street:

'...";. I['doing No miracles have of Commerce. of eighty-three. lie was born in in fact a general community house list and and.ddr.reeelrlnaT... for our catalog Integrating-aend name and Jacksonville. Florida. qlUaLOANS
supernatural been
r southern Illinois and moved to California where all might meet in congenial In.tructlve new Fall catalog. KIN V
performed affirm to enrich tho gore See Co., Plant City, Florida.
we
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". K. OF P. MEETING POST- when in his teens, where he remained and co-operative community under.takings ll-7t ;
prosperous communities of Florida. PONED TO THURSDAY NIGHT for several returning 1% LOANS under Reserve System on
4 where
years or individual
i But miracles have been performed. organizations ..FOR 8AI..H-Strawberry. planta. Mlaalonary city or farm property. Reserve Deposit -
J'. later to Sumner county Kansas where ( might maintain club rooms and Klondykes. ; any quantity Company, Keith Bid*., Cincin+,
]I ''They follow the inexorable laws of The Knights of Pythias will not he was married and raised a son and all their ownDreams : Rrowlno on new land, from .fresh Ohio. I4-1H
;Nature of God if Omf' I plants; ready July 1st. If Interested 1
{ or you please. hold their regular session next !!.
I r: daughter. The son, Mark A. Win I ? Yes. But dreams write J. it. Truby, Starke Florida. MISCELLANEOUS ..... '
\ ;rnlpotence.has placed the resources at Wednesday night, on account of the S -lltx
stanley survives him and lives in Los
come tru-'f'
they're dreamed hard lit
hand. The individual has been IF YOU do any kind of' farming
Masonic school of instruction be
endowed to
Angeles. The daughter died a few enough, and enough people dream the FOR SALE)-Fine residence property. Florida you should read The Farmer'
f' with a will. He may use theresources held at Fraternal Hall Monday, Tuesday Apply at the ofnoe of The Valley and Stockman which deal .Itht elt-.. '
four
and husband and
her
: years ago same dreams. The legionnaires wantto Gazette Klaalmmee. .. 1-tf rue and truck farming U" tye .'
br leave them alone. and .
i Wednesday.There children live in HJayfield, Kansas. turn those dreams poultry and dairyingSend for free .
The tiller the'soU I into realities. FOR SALE)-Banana plant., lady Anger' threemonths.
I of has neither the will be a special meeting of sampl copy or IB Cents for
Mr. Winstanley moved again to Cal And they laid the preliminary variety, II cents each. W. B. Harrla. early '
;" :: time nor the equipment to learn the the Knights of Pythias Thursday steps Pnbli.hea'ewlaa .
/ on I ifornia after the death of 1 ftto first 'at their of last tie: three yearg 11.00.<< .
meeting .
t r 1 ..further-\ laws ,of N.ture' complement bight September 6, at 8 p. m., for t.hotp1.TJ"Cse wife where he married againV He They appointed a committee Tuesday to night. SECOND HAND GOODS, bought .old Stockman.month. No.Address.10-, The Newnan Farmer Street.Jacksonville. 'and.,

;: :lithe;, ,ones he does understand. The eel4 of conferring the second' and came to Kissimmee in 1911 wheqi he behind the get and repaired. The Casino. 44-tf Florida. .11-U*

"'" ,t entlst has that tUne. lie has learned. third renke.ST. undertaking and carry it ..:: ,
has resided since. He made his headquarters
through. The committee is to meet ,
-
'and his has learned -
;i'
;; successor more
:and the sum total of their knowledge JOHNS GUILD WH If for a number of years with ''with all the organizations of the city,
\\m the A. S. Nelson Company until re- hand
discuss the
I matter with them. It
'" 'could not be learned by an individual MRS. ,BULLOCK, NEXT MONDAYSt.
cently when he was unable to climb will ask all these
.r" : organizations to
ln lifetime lJI'the appoint -
) :> spent "school of
John's Guild will meet next '-e stairs to Mr. Nelson's office. Since representatives to meet with
experience. But the total of
the J.R.cLAY'H.Garage.
'learning ag-
ricnltoral horn! of Mrs. S. H: Bullock on Clyde Dollar Limit Store, in the sear organizations to decide on the best
lines, has been made available
; i
] avenue. of which Mr. Persons has maintained a ,plans, the ultimate "
best goal, and the '
to the practical fanner. The farro- Machine
'' f 'er'may'have that knowledge be. bed and' ,other conveniences for him *est procedure. They 'want to work : : and ShopMaciinery. .
WENNER SAWYER SELLING to rest'during- day. He was a man with other
every organization; .then
r'come a copartner with' Nature.In In thet" ; ', . ,
'
Cjrreatest' miracle of,;the tmt.erie'thd; SCHOOL BOOKS EARLY i *>f marvelous. memory and! a great ,,when the dreams have come true, they ,

1 creation.. But be be- reader His friends say that scarcely want aboard composed of represents. "SU ro cLAr.. f'IIOMA3 i
; can't The Wenner
t"- .
44 J rracl' ers Sawyer company, deal-j I a subject could be broachedipon'which : :|:lives of all the participating organiza-l 1 "
eo-partDer,1anIeaI in-school
: '
.. books'andsupplles; be could'not, intelligently1 tioes'and; 'of those-yet tf t.1: '
to -
r ,jlit utilizes;;ell the law! of ':Nature Bounces' their readiness ;to take care '1i f I come, to' join ; r Farimn / -.
\ verse. > in gJ .
administering the result of their\ :
rwhiea,isle, circumstances! Jrffl.; permit of school "'children's 'n--'..'' another j 'a ..
I t 'tln Funeral services! 'were held Sunday"morning :labors :forth. best of
i good Kissbnmoe
: "''.
'ci '$mte' learn. column of this paperJ > I at.1'fits I Catholic:;'thumb ,ofj i|*md 'sureoundIngterritory.: : :Gaa Engines and;;Piimpg RebuiltJ' t I.
: "Th. miracle of creation fa-the In
; t* i presHscasslon.'ls rder to'avoid the'rush; they are I the Most BoI7'Redeemer, .the Rev. ; ; .
\ j; -.ha: .. V;;C,,,+ the .grvwtng'ot crops. requesting. popfls'to purchase tbeIrBoltpUeapoeto ; : I y yr
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;:Father W B..Golden : ; ry '
.' 1\\ .of' :'In..;;eoantjrOaosoI -.., 14'', lVst;'' Cottmander ::1 :: Ir"/: && .I'' ; :
,crops, thiiDp.ei6 f schoolthj > .
I4 I ... ( ;* ,..tormentiyasj.), Rose\> Nelson .Maklnson 'l'f.fI' ... 1IIIIIIL1: ...III.L't,1iIIM- ,
: / Tuesday : "
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:; /{ ,' 4, tlNlleasslttaoitilNk"'d v-wiUbring* tat,.... .' ? know exactly: what;."&M!.fuaseal rssyiisss ,t 'alcM'consisted*. f.Jkttbon-!-':: '''seacis,' ,' ,... .I''J'( ..., ', ."" ,,..'t'..""1"4'" " J" '.:JII>"....'"
't ', ;/.i'y .,, .EOtn. (.. , .., .;... ut- .booksi>> \ .anpp.s".fii.b.'aeided"" : / or.J. W.Thompson., hairman;fl..Nathn Brylifnd,: How
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.,, \.: '" ';'J1o. Mrs.. H.: CvStanford:,Accompanied Friends of, Elmo Griffin; are..wel .
'\ bzi&er: ; 'daughter.' Miss Margaret' left coming' him,b ek'to'KiuWunee,'where ,. '" ,. ,,' 1 ',.. -

last Saturday for.a week's stay. at. he is relieving _A,"W:.Bau.i;at"?tho Al tJNCEM"ENT'snEGINNIG 1 'I;>
f DUJytona Beach.., Express company ,office1, who .is, on ) ,
r ,.,.MUs> Mattie= Bandy returned' home hla.Jra"caUon.,Griffin' haa, been do< MON Ar.;SEPTEMBER,:3;; aZ appenln 4s Monday from her annual summedouting ing'.relief' work in various Florida offices '
I for the past four months. CASINO THEATRE J,:;
,. at 'Old Orchard, Maine. On .. ,
'" .. her way home !Miss Bandy.stopped In i
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will
Bullock's feature
4 New York and Baltimore and purchased Stanley smiling' faro present picture ercry ,n
Eat at Doponf Cafe. tf ..044.0'44047440d44r0 her was aeen in Kissimmee this week. H!
i fall stock of millinery
4 arrived Tuesday for two or throb days Monday Tuesday Ttorstoy Friday ad Sahrftyfntiln
Josh Barber; of Okeechbtoia ,.
City, was
J WEATHER REPORT. and work In connection with the .receive n
Weigel daughter .
,yialtor In MaynGrace? ,..., ....... ....
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fc Kisslmme* Saturday. .
; Official Bulletin-of Adele, and Dorothy, and ership of the State Bank! He is now *M n4r *wIM IM.fl... .. In price far.ckINr nee 4mt' il*>l
daily tem.0 OMMrM ,
KM.-
Shave"15cf haircuts, S5c; children, Pjrature and precipitations furWshed I son Bobblewho'ha"e been visiting with the Carl.Fisher Interests at Ml.i.ml at.any '
'25cf; at Casino Barber Shop.' 20-U by the Kissimmee 'Cooperative -'* Mrs. Weigel'at: ulster, Mrs..Howard Beach, and likes his connections
U. S. Weather Baraau Kate, left Klssimneo '..Tuesday. Jfpr !there Lit is always glad to gettack "" < I e
Dr. Button will' .go .to Orlando to 0'Station Thursday for the weefc ending Washington, D. C., to joln'Mr. Weigel 'on occasional trips to.Kissimmee'Mrs. Mr. and Mra. J. A..,*Welis left.their )(r.. and Mra. Boy Wells'and, two Y
night to officiate at a wedding; 4 "'," ,. August' 80: '.0 who.4.. with'I\the United i States Bur; Bollock:,.nd little daughter have been home at Kenmbvnk Beach,' *Name," children-Mr. and .Mra. John King.and
New'York Lift'' Insurance' Co, Sam 4 "Date -'Max.'Mln.Prep: O eau of).),Mine;'and has recently been In ,Kissimmee for several weeks' with this ,week,. ;en route, for Xlasimmee. Mr. and Mrs.\. William King, and,children -' y
I* Lvpfcr, local repreaentatlye; '. 4tf" 4 Friday, Aug 24-93 74 .00 transferred to'Washington from Tua- M.... Bullock's mother, "Mrs., C. W. This ,will ,D ake'their tenth winter 'in of Orlando,, spent Sunday'at
4 $aturdar, Aug 25..93 73 ..00P > caloosa, 'Alabama. >. Griffin. << Florida. .. Weklwa Springy,, '' ,
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Born, to Mr. and X'I'' &. L. iClngram, Sunday "' OL.
: /Ang' 26-91 75 .03 0 u
e on Frldsy'Auguet'. .;24, a daughter. 4 JrI'oJutatul', ) 27_..95 74 trace 0 .

Special prices on many items in 0 Tuesday, Aug 28___95' 75 .00'*
drygoods' .at, McCAULEYS. .. 4 Wedn'day, Ang 29..9 74 .01 4 .. ., i.f i.
4 Thursday, Aug' 80..93 71 .07 '
Julian Moore and Mrs. Mary Early, 0 Readings are made at 6:00 p. i.t
popular young people of Winter HIT 4 m. for the preceding' twenty-four.* li
en,, were guests X>f Miss Mattie Boll 0 bourn .

Harris.last, Sunday;;,, 4'4 Co-operative ALLISON T. FRENCH.Observer. *0 !,

Star'' Brand School Shoes will']at 4444'44440. 044000000

longer and COlt no more, ask McCAULF.Y. Auto For Hire.. Call C.. C. Rum-
A well, Phone 41. X ,26-tf ,. -, .,

Mrs.. Lulu ,Daniel of Leesburg,'Vas Mr."and Mrs. H. C. Harper and family '
visiting friends and attending' to busIness were Kissimmee visitors' Saturday.

matters in Kiisimmee Monday Mrs. C. C. Jordan and little daughter "

ani Tuesday.Ask Aeldgytha, went to Tarpon SCHOOL DAYS HERE

for information on the New Springs Saturday for a week's visit.

York Liff's latest policy. Sam Lap Mrs.. WSlla Steed and son, Arthur. : .

ler. ___ H-tfc end Misses Emily and Mary Sanderson ." ... >> .... .
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Miss Ina Phay, who underwent a returned this weel from Daytona 1. '
surgical operation at the Florida San- ; Beach.

' ported itariqmand to be hospital recovering.Mr. last week"., is re 'I'For.-stale! Ford--car, good condition .. ,, ,... '.. '.",,.,.,...'..' ... .'
rapidly I $265.00. Nelson Realty Co. '* '
and Mrs. A. Rosen, and daughter ,- There T- IVIore > ri
Eleanor, returned to Kissimmea' W. L. Joiner has moved his family :ar-eQ'rily. :.sBuyingvl: ays .. ,.
to Orlando where he has been
Sa! t'daynlchfrom a month' auto- i
transferred by the, Studebaker '
m< Ole trip in North Carolina. i peo ::
pIe. before School starts--so offer w
"he leading life Insurance companyof we unusual -
Mrs. T. M. Rivers and Mrs. L. R. .
the world-New York Life. See .
Farmer are sojourning at Safety Har- t j .
Sam Lupfer, agent. 1 -tfc
bor, to which place Sheriff Farmer
&: !; Mary Patterson left Tuesday drove them Sunday. bargains in order to help save '
you
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foa visit to relatives in Alabama.On -- .
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Born to Mr.
; and Mrs. B. II. Mc- '
her return she will join her daugh-! 'S .3 J JBEGINNING
Lellan, at their home at Shingle Creek,
ter. Mrs. I. L. Maroney at Arcadia.
Sunday, August 26, a son, B. H. Jr.,
Bradley Harris, bookeeper for tho whom his father calla "Ditto." :
Southern Utilities Ice Co., at Lakeland -- '
spent l last Sunday visiting his Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Alderman, of ,SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1 "
Gainesville,
in Kissim
stopped over
pa its. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harrii
mee Saturday night on their way to "
Frying six:: chickens for sale, delivered Sarasota. t .

.trel"t.Ri:1JtA.anywhere; E. in Thomas.city. Telephone North 38.2t Main 215 Woodall Mrs. W.are W.spending Bell and' the Miss week Thelma end in And continuing 7 Business. Days, we offer: .the_ .following ; {i.

Orlando with' Mrs. Bowman '
Harry .
Ilelen Judge Jones and, of'Mrs.Okeechobee Parker, City and, were Miss and Mat:. Horace Sweat.. : goods at great;, reductions:' *i ",1 ,

week end visitors in Kissimmee at Now Fees up; You can't beat the ,: .' ._L __ _' .
prices and quality offered you at Mc- .. .
the F. S. Gilbert home. .. . ,
CAULEYS. v .. \ t 4

Mrs.,,and C. Wllma F. Flake Wilson, little'returned son Courtlandt to- Mr.'. and Mrs. J. R. Mallette, and . ,Special Saturday, first t day' 1 Anof All the 'leading shades ''i in (ladies'Hose Be5s' Wash" Pasts: This', 'QHn' .'

spending their home a pleasant ice Cocoa week Sunday visiting'after'their. of grand Savannah daughter' arrived, Elizabeth in Kissimmee Schwinn; ., f Sale,3 Jelly Glasses. for [{)" ; pure silk $165 1' is a good one.. Pair. >* t OtT1I '

to visit Mr. and Mrs. yBoys'
Sunday night
parents and friends here.
The best in..tmentyou: can'makeis : 32-inch Ginghams, fast colors; Felt Hats. I
For Rent Four house,
: room on
850
than a New a savings YofK Life account.Policy.See Better Sam Emmett street, $10 per month. Nelson all the new checks. 'ODn Pure: Silk Hose. Colors:.: brown. Each .' :. .' _, .t;

Lupfer. 14-tfc Realty Co. Special, per yard black and white.! Special :ft An"'

Mrs. T. M. Rivers, daughters' Misses J. R.! Gunn,* Smith Hughes agricultural Boys' .Caps :for ,
Madge and Eunice, and son Gerald, instructor at Hillsborough Per Pair ,
from an automobile High School of Plant City, the largest ': Each .35c"
Saturday night
returned agricultural high school in the 27-indi Ginghams, f fast j .'
trip to Georgia.Mrs.
-- south was in Kissimmee Wednesday, colors yard 1ge Special Prices on all Childrens' ,
E, A. Thomas, Mrs. Mary A. visiting Leo H. Wilson. ;. per .' : II
Fox and Mrs. William Carr, formed Hose and Socks A Few Prices: ,From
Professor A. P. Spencer, vice director .
a congenial party of St. Cloud ladies ,
who were in Kissimmee Tuesday, of the agricultural extension ; the ,Shoe Department;
shopping and visiting' friends.Everfaet division at the state unviersity, was perYard..1 1ge EXTRA SPfflAL[ : Childrens'Socks '
a Kissimmee visitor for a few hours t .Sandals
15c Specials in Patent just
suiting' make good school Wednesday,' being in conference with brown or black pr. : ;

clothes LEY it never fades, ask McCAU-* County Agent! Leo,H. Wilson. the thing {for School':(" >

bargains in shoes for men, Cheviots for making Blouses 3'98
-- Big Per Pair :
:Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bailey, and Women and Children. Also drygoods' 36 inch l Pajama Checks, Q ,
and checks ,
daughter, Frances, visited Mrs. Bail- at McCAULEYS. plain IQp Per 15c '
eyes in Tampa last week end, -- yard ,.
parents '
and left Kissimmee Tuesday by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sears, and Joe,. per yard. It/ Patent t one-strap Pump, with low

for Georgia points. jr. returned trip down Tuesday'the east from coast.an automobile They Long Cloth free 'from rubber ,heels all 9 i.'

Luther Farmer, of Griffin, Georgia, visited at; Miami, Palm Beach, and 'Here is the thing for the Girls 15c I leather ". 90/
,arrived In Kl.slmmee'Saturday for a Homestead, attending the Shippers starch; ,per yard ;.per pair. [,
week's visit with his parents, Rev. and Growers convention at the last, -Japanese Crepe just received-: '.
and Mrs. J. J. Farmer, and his brother ,named city '
Canon Farmer. I 5 new shades this week: brown, WE ARE AGENTS FOR Shoes for Boys, the t famous
Arnold and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. son
The best Investment you can make i Harry of Eustis spent Sunday visit 1. pink, tomato, red, green. Scout Shoe. Wears mo
is a New York Life Policy. Better friends in Kissimmee. Harry recently 27e 19'like
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than Lupfer.a savings., account. See 14-tfc Sam returned from a trip from Mo- sped 1 price, per yard BUTTERICKPATTERNS. ... iron.. Special .tP Ci
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bile to San Francisco via the Panama -a B a _.__r __'
bar and Mrs. Phillip Meyer have returned '
worked his on
Canal, having way
from Ossian, Iowa, where they a large oil steamer.Dr. I French Ginghams. in all Boys'' Genuine Army, (f O AQ
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have been spending' the summer. They 43 e
stopped over |in Sanford on their wily J. A. Sutton, whose vacation the new checks, per yard Shoes; per r'p: pair i(, ,., home and vl.lted.thelr son Eddie Mey ends with the month of August announces
regular morning and eveningservices
er. It.'i!\
at the First Baptist church:
,Mrs. 'A., Rove and daughter Miss next Sunday. At Dr. Button's request,

weeks Orpha,sojourn have returned at Daytona from Beach.a Miss two Rev.:at J. both J. Farmer services.will( occupy the),pulpit Remember the Place-: Our New LocationOn, ; BroadwayDollar 1!' s.

:Orpha will return to her duties as di- ...
.' .etltlan at the,Orange' General Hospit- Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, v"'
.J alia Orlando,to-rop rrow i' Orlando,\ Florida. Medical, Surgical: '- : '., 1\J\
Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. ,
,_ All silk"Crepe 'de' Chen Canton Equipment modern rest, diet, physiological : \
Crepe,' Taffetas,' -Foulards. ,R Paialeys, therapeutics.. Unexcelled in :
etc: ', For dresses,.'smocks.;',.and'klmonas the Southeast.: .y 24-tf: Limit: StoreG. .:

;at'McCAULEYS.i .'' ,,'.'-.J Mrs. Mattie= 'Bell Sliver and daughter :

\ ''- and1\Mrs.;J* R.:.Gnb rt"are en- ,. "'EU..Mande.; 'who 'have :been : : .

'tertainlng'their.:gneat, ..their. little spending their vacation KUslmmoe ; .
:" crand'W* minle"ound,.. .' of"Jack- wlth".thelr'lparatar" /> ,, leffiWednoBfay' " : w.., PERSONS ".coMPANYKissnUMEe ,PLOWDA .' ,
,1 'sogvBlewho: retnrne 'whh..Mrs.,Gilbert foc.WjIUstaa Florida, where p..nJ: ... _\ ... .. ,I' > ,

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Proceedings Of The bonds being E. L D. Ovwrstrent, H. YOURSELFThe
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County Commissioners O. Partfn, A. P. Baas and' R..'V. Phi DECIDE ,
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!\ KlaaiMee, Florida, I JT. Steed, u.one ef the property Opportunity, Here ,Backed By :.i, >, '.'

August e. 1923. .holders then asked the board to proceed 'KI.I..... Testimony : ;

SANITARYDAIRYCO The Board of>> County Commissioners I with the validation ef the bonds. Don't take our 'ord'for it. '

). in and for Osceola county, Florida Thereupon, Jl M. Hansell made a Don't depend 'on a stranger's state- "

s,,? MILK &ICE CREAM met in regular session\ at 10 V. m. motion that the board appoint trusteesfor ,! ment. KAHHE" '''S' \

on the above date,there beingpresent the new district and that they pro- Read Kissimmee endorsement. ,

,. E, 'L. D. Overstreet, chairman, H. O. ceed with the validation of'the bond, Read',the statements of Kissimmefl.

: 1 Partin, J. M. Hansell.A. F* Bass and which, motion was seconded by H. O. citizens. '

R. V. Phillips; Johnaton,.and Garrett Partin and carried,,,and the following And decide for yourself. ,

; as attorneys for the board and J. L. named persons were appointed: ..s Here is one case of It. I'.

Overstreet clerk also being present., trustees, to-wit: J. A. Minnick, B. G. O. S. Thomason, painting contract. .

f1a,, r _The board was called to'ordor by its Hancock and II. J.,, Schmidt ,,jyhose or, 224 Bermuda avenue, Kissimmee, I

chairman: and the minutes of the July (bonds>> as trustees were fixed at $1,000 saysVThe: turpentine fumes in the

meeting' read and approved. each. The board informed the trul- paints weakened my kidneys and caused -

ATTENTION Mrs. G. W. Best and Mn. W. E. tees that they would be require 1 to lame back. I was about down and BIGClears (\

FATHERS Sanderson, representing' tin Profes- place the money coming Into their I out, and when I tried to climb a ladder ,

sional and Business Woman's Club hands in a depository, and that they severe pains took me in the smnll ,

and Child Welfare Association, made I should require the bank carrying Kuchi,(of my back and'nearly took my breath ,

Sanitary Dairy milk is an appeal to( the board for a donationfor i funds to give a good and sufficient\, I away. My kidneys acted too freiquently -
the support of. public health I I and I had to get up at night
the milk for your folks. bond.'j j
.. nurse for the county. The board assured I, to pass the secretions which burned 1
It' will benefit your baby. Upon motion of Commissioner J.
the ladies of their desire : I learned of Doan Kidney
to support -,I ;tin passage. s -
Your wife and children M. Hansen seconded by Commissioner '
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I the proposition, but as they were Pill's and after using three boxes -
will like it and it will. be II. O. Partin and carried, the board
not sure what they could do deferred of Doan's, I was cured of the back-
good for you. passed a resolution prescribing form "-
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action until later date. Ache.I ."
of bond for the $80,000 road bonds! of
Robert Reidel reported that Mrs. I I Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply
special road and bridge district No.
. ANTARYDARYCq.DAIPY ! Mamie Padgett as having a number 4, Osceola county, Florida. ', ask for a kidney remedy get'
'of' small children to support, and ask- I Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that ccSALE
Notary bonds were examined and
ed the board to allow her a larger 'Mr. Thoranson had. Foster-Milburn
ourWJrlltman' approved as follows: Bond of FredB. i I
amount than they were paying her, Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. Y.
with American Surety
.. *KIHIMMEE.FLA.PHDN:2Wanted: I !stating' that the $20 she was receivingwas Kenney I I :
not sufficient for her "u JMIrt. Company of N. Y. as surety iud bond LEGION LEADERS SAIL, FOR
of M. Pucket Foster, with American
FIDAC MEETING IN BELGIUMA .
", He, also stated that the board was
Surety Company of N. Y. as surety.
paying Dan Brown's girl $30 I
per delegation of American
Petition for road running' from Ma- Legion
month, and he felt they should give a
rydia east to first section line, thence officials headed by National Commander I

widow woman with children the south to road running east from Dix- '' Alvin Owsley will represent I II

same consideration. ie Highway by the stock pens was I(World War veterans of the United
The board after having'heard the appeal -read in board. Upon motion of States, at the annual 'Conference of H

made by Mr. Reidel, assured: hint J. M. Hansel open! seconded by A. F Bass +I the Federation Interallies des Anciens I
that would like '
they to give Mrs. Pad
Combattants known
and carried, the board agreed to declare commonly as
gett more assistance, but they would "
the "Fidac
the same a public road and open to convene at Brussels,
To exchange 80 have to consider the matter before
an Belgium, in it has
the same upon the presentation to the early September,
taking action. They also informed board. of right of way deeds, and when been announced at the National head
acre Ohio farm for
Mr. Reidel that the
the
$30
paid to
I ,funds were available. I'quarters of the American Legion. The
girl' of Dan Brown was a part of Mr.
a Florida hornet I Petition for hard surfaced road run- delegation sailed on the Lev'athan

Brown's salary allowed him by the ning from Narcoossee, north and east on August 18, 1923. The representatives -
I county for services, and wan not paidas
I through the orange belt was presented expect to visit the Ruhr and also -

maintenance from the county. and read in open board. Victor H. i plan to be in Paris and Belgium.

I The Clerk was asked to produce the Hill, one of the parties interested be- I The "Fidac" is a representative organization --"
bid which was presented to the board of soldiers of the eight nations Still On !
I ing present was assured by the board
T. B. Going
Lecky jat their meeting July 16, hy G. B. they would be pleased to comply with j I who fought side by side duringthe
Sawyers Company, on $80,000 road '
the request as set out in the petition World War. Delegates to the
bonds S. R. & B. Dist. No. 4. The I
Wooster Ohio conference 15,000,000
represent or-
if conditions would justify, but that I
clerk presented the bid which wan
present funds were insufficient to ganized ex-service men. To-day, the
j read in open board. The board after build the proposed roads. men who were fighting for d 'moc-
t having' discussed the matter, and having
are moving forward for
The board took a recess until 2 p. racy ) a greater -
consulted the property holders! peace and tranquility that the
Custom receipts for the district within the said road district found and m.The world has even known.
board met at 2 m., a full
of Florida for the fiscal p.
year ending determined that it was a good l bid and The promulgation of the "Fidac"
June 80 amounted to 2957783. Of thereupon, on motion of A. I''. Bass board being present.
manifesto in 1922 was the voicing of
that amount $2,118,829 went through seconded by II. O. Partin and carried,J The following bills were presentedto
the veterans of these eight nations,
the board for approval: Miss Jessie 119
the Tampa office, leaving balance BROADWAY
a the sale of the bonds was awarded to
who allied the
in
are now common
D. Kleinmmn, cost of J. P. court,
I for Key West, Pensacola, Jacksonville G. B. Sawyers Company. Membersof .
of
$6.87 A. C. L. Company freight cause peace. _
Ry.
and others of $838,903. ;
the board voting' for the Hale of
The stand that the organizationtakes
on wheels for convict cages, $:0.98; I
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in the execution of world affairs

-
- H. Clay Crawford, copy of Homo
I Bill No. 419 for Prosecuting' Attorney. I includes arbitration as a means

$2; Peoples Bank of St. Cloud payment of settling international controversies
a {I The manifesto also the establishment -
i time warrants and interest, $17- urges

627.47: Peoples Bank of St. Cloud, of a world court, where war ganization in connecton with the world A comprehensive work entitled

$2,220.00 for interest on time .warrants I would be "outlawed.! The manifesto conference to be held in Brussels at "Forest Resources of the World,"*consisting

; trustees S. R. &; B. Dist. NQ. 1, also urged the suppression of anarchists the same time. of two volumes of about 1,000

F for commissions $294.82. Upon motion who are tending' to overthrow Other representatives of the American pages in all and containing' a discnt-

of A. F, Bass seconded) by H. 0. he constituted government which is '' Legion will be Col. M. Nelson sloe of the general forest situation of

... Partin and carried. all bills were or.. existing by the will of the people. The Jackson of Burlington, Vermont, American the world and the forest resource of

SEDAN dered paid. establishment of a world court to settle vice-president of the Interna- each country has Just been published

A. E. Donegan,. having at a previous j maters of international concern tional Veterans' Organization and the S. Dept. of Agriculture.

meeting of the board- made a request -I was wholeheartedly endorsed by for- chairman, of the Legion's "Fidac Committee by-theU.

i of cancellation tax certificate mer President Harding. ; Brig. Gen. L. R. Gignilliat of

+ Even More In DemandThe No. 32 of 1918 sale coveringthe The second conference. of the "Fi- Culver, Indiana*,; Brig. Gen. Roy Hoffman -

1 W% of E% and the EI/2 of WV dac" will attempt to bring about some of Oklahoma City Oklahoma,;

Ford Sedan is accepted everywhere as of Section 16,26-32, the board passed definite action on the part of the or- Dr. James Brown Scott of the Carnegie -

the car for the family. A convenient car to a resolution recommending the can- o!" I Peace Foundation; Ernest O.

drive comfortable to ride in and it affordsso ,cellation of said taxes for the sum board as of that date, and were published Thompson of Amarillo, Texas, and R. CRINGER

much pleasure at such low cost that its of $25 and costs. I in The Kissimmee Valley Gaz- E. Condon, of New York City.A I
is 'ette I a_ newspaper in the county of
use practically universal. ,
Report of Mike Peterson, cattle inspector '
Osceola.
Dist. No. 3 and Chas. Bass as considerable trade is done in
Finer upholstery j i The said estimates been
adjustable window having
regulators 'I
cattle inspector district No. 1, for Hongkong in the sale of old news-
and refinements in chassis ':considered by the board motion
construction month of July 1923, was filed with upon papers which are used by the Chi- -0-
have built +of Commissioner J. M. Hansell)
up quality and yet the price seconded -
the board. I nese for wrapping purposes. The Imports -
has never been so low. by Commissioner R. V. Phillipsand We manufacture size
Commissioner A. F. Bass reported vary from 4,000 to 7,000 tons a any
carried, were finally adopted and
condition of, George Davis very bad year the United States supplying' on tombstone. Buy direct and
The demands for the
this
car are so great that same spread upon the minutes of
and moved the board to allow him $ZI'( an average 98 per cent of this amount. commission.
delay may prevent your getting delivery. the board of county commissioners save agent's I>
which motion was seconded by Commissioner ,, Imports are generally made on bales
List order A small down I and the clerk was instructed to make Write line.
your now. payment I I us a
II. O. Partin and carried. of 200, 280 and 560 pounds bound with
-the balance and furnish the tax assessor of Osce
on easy terms.MrteaiMJMc . Commissioner H. O. Partin reported iron hoops and entirely free from AND
ola county with a copy of the milla 'e LAKELAND MARBLE
Fwdyria.....nee.... r Jar John Malone family badly in need magazines or catalogues.
as levied and approved by the said
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I'-.I.-ab assistance, he having left his wife

and children without support. He then board. GRANITE WORKSG.
| The following bills examined
moved the board to allow them $10 were
M. C. AUTREY
I approved and ordered paid. L. BLACKBURN.'Proprletor ..
maintenance Motion was seconded byI
", Authorized Dealer ELD Ov rstreet, commissioner II II Lakeland Florida
Commissioner A. F. Bass nd carried. ,
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((2)) meetings nnn ____$ 10.00J
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA The tax collectors report showed M Hapsell, commissioner. ((2)) e./ .- .

I amounts as follows: License $5.75 ': meetings.. __-_ -_- -- R,nn 666 quickly relieves Consti
and for poll taxes $17. III 0 Partin: commissioner; ;; i ((2): )
County showed ''meetings _ 11.20 pation, Biliousness, Headaches
depository
reports

: L'L'i ; 5951j balances in several funds August 1 A meetings F Bass, commissioner---_, ((2)) .. 12.00 Colds and Lagrippe.

r'jr.N: 1923, as follows: R. V. Phillips commissioner, ((2))

: Revenue--------------. meeting's _____ 28.00
i I I 111111r. Fine and forfeiture, ____.. 916.21 J L Overstreet clerk, 119.00 t
j 0.8.0ETROIT Road and bridge, ____u___ 29720.73 Johnston &: Garrett atorneys 50,00

. : i L !fSie Special road, n-__n.JL_____ 29720.73 Milton Pledge, pros. atty. ... 33.33: thicker,the
\ Tick eradication, hUU 3023.78 T L Comer county judge 25.00 BEING Good-
I L R Farmer, care"of jail 12.50/)
1 Publicity------------------ 2009.00Fair
. ,. I Paid warrants 'were ordered cancelled Leo H. Wilson, county agent\ 150.00D carries you

I i from the several funds as follows -I A Bass, forman Co. home. 66.00 ..'farther than other EveryMeal
: I Chamber Commerce ft rent 30.00 treads. And it

I I II Revenue, _________________$ 3303.73 Chamber Commerce, St Cloud car-
Fine and forfeiture _.____ 1541.34 ''Rent _,.._ 30.00I ries you in greater Have a packet in your
I; Fine and forfeiture, ______ 1541.84 i IW I I Barber, commissions _ 235.12E safety, too. The big fever-readlt
Road and bridge, ________u 3495.50 :> II Bennson, maint. 1500 tough sharp-edged pocket

Tick eradication, __n______ 4240.00 Mamie Padgett, maint. _._ 15.00 blocks cut deep and refreshment.
Publicity __nnun_ 50.00 i I I Fog Peterson, .maint. 12.00
Mrs. B. Williams, maint. 10.00 grip tight on any Aid digestion.Allay .
The clerk called to the attention of Bill Bass, maint. 10.00 surface.Theyarethe *'thirst.,

the board, the matter of adoption of Mrs. M. Bronson, rnahnt. 10.00 best tire insurance fertile the tbroaL '

r rk' estimates of revenues and expensesfor W C Tanner, maint. 8.00 against skiddingyou

,. fiscal year beginning October 1, A Tode E Kennell Peterson maint., maint. 8.00 can buy. For Q..llty.;Flavor' aid, ,.

k'k'I k'b' 1923 and ending September 80, 1924 Jane Clemons, maint.-_,. 8.00 8.00 A. G..dyur s.__St.fl.1IDeoI. tho 'SoaltdII' ('racbp. ,

which said estimates were preparedby 'I'Frank Evans, maint, _,__..__ 8.00 .. r..Jl and r..cars.nm.nd to .' __ I
,II I the board of county commissionersat (Continued! on next page) c..da: r/fk U..r fa. 'i.l11.. : .

I r. j! their adjourned session of the I W..tII, J'r.." .." .....- .
1,1, board held July '16, 1923, and which Irritated,Eyes- .11I.m c u* rse Sd.rdLUPFER &
were' entered : Oft worM and worse the loafer you let
upon the minutes of the them L D&rdl'S-Golden'tie Lotloa A PRATHER .1 1
ewNS Tanammation and oreness without
666 cures Malaria Chills andFeverDengue" ..... 1& ODe 4lar. Oodllas.4t .
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Coin-O'B8TITBoiler Co 42
tEstate of Thomas M Clark ,. , .
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,To all Creditors; Las-ataaa; Dlstrtbataaa poands round iron 'i..___._, &10 "
IN'THB COUNTY' :.JtJDO'ID.* COURT fn; Circuit Court 17th., Judicial Circuit and all Persona having,Claims or 3 A Mbmie road work __...? 25.12
IN' AND FOR OSCBOLA .COVNTV, In and for Osoeola County, Flori- Demands against. said Estate H 0 Partin. road inspection 8.00
tJTATH OF FLO In Ret V>stat., of JDu..baih'' ,fvung- v.lopm nt Co., a corporation orgaals4 'tided and required to present' any: Will Hughey.Sullfvant road work __.._ 8.73
-Deceased. and existing under the laws of the claims and demands which. you' or Silmore road work 8.73 I

State of .Florida. Complainant. Versus either of yon,.may have against the estate ' Davey- Tyson road ;work .... 8..78Arihur
CITATION.
,
of Themes
N. Clark
late
John Pay 'at aL Respondents: Bill to deeeased '
'ToJ! Allle Rhodes. Forbes. Missouri; quiet Title. Order of J'ublioationThe ot Osceola County Florida, to the undersigned Partin road work ... 25.00A
Arbellan, Blpes .Forbes. .Missouri Eu- State of, Florida to: Arthur felland Clara B. Clark.' or said estate F BAM road Inspection ..... 10.00

S7eD. Carter ,Forbes1 Missouri; LoUis Annie Fell.-his wife, of London' Eng- within two years from .the, data Homer Par roadwork -... 47.00 7 ..

Carter, Forrest .Clty.A Missouri OrseeHatp.r land: Oliver Huna-erford Palmer. If hereof.Dated. Clay Broad work ........ ,37.50Dock
I ;' IfU ;114tkIHISt.. Joseph living and If dead all parties claiming July the .second (S), A D 1IS1. 1 I ,
MlUouial'lsKrlrert Bush No;:, 402 Angrc- Interests under Oliver Hung-erford Palmer CLARA B. ,CT.ARK, Rickets, road work _._. 2.50
Uq us' ggggW Joseph, Missouri: Dora deeeaeed or otherwise In the Klsslmmea, Florida Executrix.. Steve Williams, road work: _. 2.50
pavls.lHglb' Ascellque St., St. Joseph property hereinafter described: John 1 'O-It
Davis
John
Mlssmirl;%,\- James Bush Orahain.MIsslourl Robert Murray If living and if dead road work ...... 28.75
;' tyirths., Slpes" Mrs.. Nora all parties claiming interests under IB Seveatevata "..lel.1 Clrealt .. Geo Hall, road work .__-_._-. }8&25
uipes,) Korbi" Missouri. John Robert Murray, deceased or otherwise VlarlSa. Clrcalt Caart .f aeeala Mrs. C G Esgerton gas ?__.. 30.80
And ts All other Interested / in the property hereinafter described Caaaty. la Ckaaaery. Bill far 01.
persons R V Phillips roll Diet. 5._ 385.85:
,
I In the hereinafter described real estate ; Francis H. S. Hat ton. .If living .reo. pay .
and If dead all parties claiming- Myrtle Cocka, complainant, ".. I M C Autrey repairs, _____... 1.00
I NOTICE! Is hereby given to you MidI Interacts under Francis H. S. Hatton William Fletcher Cock. Respondent. Noah Raulerson road work .. 81.25
each of you that James doff, a* adImlnlstrator deceased otherwise In the proper- 1 ORDER OF PUBLICATION James Kelly feeding convicts. 239.50' :Feathers Mast Come Before Eggs
of the Estate ot Elisabeth tr hereinafter described: All parties 1 On Monday. October th1st. A. 1>. Partin
I Young deceased, has .-nU4 a Petition claimingInterest* under Margaret R. '1919. the same being a Rule Day of Arthur road work .___ 12.50
I In the above styUd Court, settingforth Kochenderfer deceased or otherwise this Court, the respondent 'William Murray BASS, road work ___. 12.50 a
I that there are debts and charges due lotus following described) property, to- JI'I.tC'beCock.., Is required to appearto Aaron Reaves, road work, ___. 22.50
and owing by said Estate and that thepersona : the (IBIII'' of:Complaint sled against A C L R R, Ft.. on convict C W. 20.98 Molting season is here. Your hens will easily' *\.
ID.ufilcl..t Lots It and IT .
of him
I Estate Is for the Section IT Towne'ship herein
lose their old feather But
I purposes of payingsuch debts and 16 South Range SI East,. according This'order to be published once each Fleming & Son, order from can they grow new

charges, and that It I. necessary to to the Flat of Narcoossea, weak for four consecutive weeks In Taylor L C' ______ 17.00 ones? f
[ sell the real estate for .that purpose. filed on the 11th day of January, The Klsslmmee Valley Oasetta. a weekly Taylor Lumber Co., lumber for r

land praying; for an order to take pos.session A. D. 1890. newspaper: published In Osoeola Alligator Lake :_____ __._ 97.8Q If don't give' birds feather-making feed
I of the following- teal estate .. ALSO: All of Blocks 186 197"; Lots County Florida ? u you your ,
Bassets for the' paym.nt ot debts and 7. 8, 8 and 10 of Block 125 All of Witness my hand and official seal L S Johns,bal due road work 106J>0 they win drain their bodies for feathermakingmaterial. e
I charges due and owingvis: Blocks tit and SS7 of tile New ,this list day of August A. D. Hit.J. .
.Lots Fifteen (IS) and Sixteen (II) Town of Narcoo..... according J. OVKR8TRKKT. Godwin Cash Gro., maint. G. The molt will be prolonged, and the birds

of Block Klfty-one Cloud according to the Plat of the Townslte Company filed on the Osoeola County, Florida. W Thompson burial of .
Lan and Investment Itth day of February, A. D. 111. (Circuit Court 8eal> .
Hemlnole Company. Situate In SC Claud Situate In Osceola County, Florida. I PLKDQKR DAVIS. pauper ____.._.____f___..__ 24.00D. 'Chowder makes feathers. Feed twice as much -

Osceola County Florida Ton and each of you are hereby comiriknded Solicitors for Complainant. tT-tt A. Bass, care paupers ____ 45.00 Chowder Hen Chow and hens will molt %
THEREFORE you and each' .< 'yea and required, to appear on the T L Comer insanity case of as your
land 1st day of October A. D. UII (same NOTICE TO/N RKOITORSla and will be for
all other persons Int.r..t.mar.hereby quickly naturally. They ready '
Huff and Franklin ______ 4.00
.
.
I commanded to appearbefore beingthe" Rules day In October HID Court af the Ceawtr J.<).*. Oseeel. -. "' 1
[ me, at Klsslmmea, Osoeola Cowaty to the Bill of Complaint filed In. this Estate, State ., PIe" .. Dr. E. Derbyshire insanitycase early fall laying. '"

Florida, on the trd day of Oeto...... A. cause. I In re of John M. Wlnstanley, of Huff and Franklin __ 4.00 ,
n. ista and to show cause If any you Witness the Honorable C. O Andrews I Deceased. To all Creditors, Legatees.Dlslributeea Dr. Haynes Brinson insanity r.
have, why said Petition should aot. be as Judge of the above Court and all Parsons harInf -
granted and my name as Clerk thereof and the Claims or Demands against case. of Huff and Franklif_ 4.00

WITNESS' my name, as County. Judge official seal thereof this the 28th day I said Estate: St.'Cloud Tribune lettelr heads 12.25
,
of July A. D. I'''. You and each ot yaw
are hereby no.
of Osceola County Florida Klsalramae
together with the ,Seal at of mr- J. L. OVKR8TRKKT. Clerk. ,tlfled and required to present any W E Hansell, gas and oil ____ 8.10 FLORIDA FEED STORES 1
office, this the Zlnd day of August A. (Ct. Ct. Seal)) By 8 H. Bullock D. C. claims and demands which you. or Osceola Hdw. Co. reprs and

IL 1.2. KRIBB8 & STEED either of you. may have against the supplies ____________________ 54.45 .
(SEAL) T. U COMBR.County Solicitor. for Complainant. J4t estate of John M. Wlnstanley deceased Dr. J D Chunn, Co. physicianfor
late of Oscaola
of County Florida to theundersigned
Judge Osoeola
88-St. Florida. County. NOTICE Of MASTER'S TALE George W. Persons, Kx- six months uu______ 250.00 A4
Notice la hereby. given that under ecutor of said estate, within two years II C Crawford certified copy

NOTICE' OF SMBRIFP SAL.B. and by virtue of a final decree of foreclosure from the data hereof H Bill _____.I'' 200 e
------------
Dated .
made by the Judge of the Seventeenth August tSth A. D. l tt.UEQROE 306 Broadway
To Arthu. R. Donegan and To all Judicial of W. PERSONS Mrs. J. Melon maint. ___u_ 10.00
Circuit of State
I Whom It May Conoern: Notice I. hereby SS-t Bxecutor. G. Davis main __ 20.00
given that the sheriff Florida In and for.Osoeola County In u____ ___
as -
Florida Chancery, on April 30th. 1811. In a certain Fin. aid Forfeiture
of Osceola County, acting ,In County JudgVs Court In and for
under and by virtue of the. following George"cause W. Fox therein was complainant and. .J. ,Oscaola County Florida In the matter T L Comer ju<5fe lav. court __ 12.50J TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS

I axeoutlon to-wlt W. Miller. Jr. as Administrator of the of the estate of J. B. Tumblin. de L Branson, speed cop ___u_ 125.00
Execution dated the lat of
day September estate of J. W. Miller deceased. Marlon ceased. Nonce of Application>> for Final S. B. Story gan warden 125.00
A. D. 11.0. Issued out of the Ali ??
I Circuit Court of Oseeala C.unly.for- R. Miller Oscar Bass, also known as Discharge TO WHOM IT MAY I.. R. Farmer senr. at jail __ 31.00L.
CONCERN Notice I. heralky given that u
Hull Bass J. M. Duncan, TrusteeIn
as
Ida. based upon a certain Jlldcmentrend..d Bankruptcy of the estate of Rull the undersigned a. Administrator of R. Farmer, insanity case, A Call Up No. 218TWO..ONE.EIGHT

F. Boor Plaintiff In a suit brought Arthur by E. James Done- Bass.St. Johns Cattle Company, a corporation the estate of J. B. Tumblln, deceased. Huff _-____-.:.__-__uu____ 15.60
va. .will apply to the. Judge of the abovaCourt
aran. defendant said Judgment beingdated and George W. Mann wer.re.pond."t. L R Farmer, insanity case B
for Letters of
I the 14th day of November 117. In .said, I, cause as Special In the Master place and appointed the administration of the Discharge above estateat from Franklin ..._______________ 15.50L (. )

was recorded In Final Judgment Dock. stead of Lewis O'Bryan have taken the office of the said Judge at Klsslmmee R Farmer A. Gardner case 4.00L y
.
No. 1. 119.I t
et page charge of And will offer for sale before Florida on the 1st day of November R Farmer feeding prisoners 123.60
did therefore levy upon and under
A. D. 1913. This the 10th day of
and hv virtue of' said levy will offerfor the Court House Door. In Klsslmmae. August A. D. 1111. Osceola Hdw. Co., supplies __ 45.071
Osceola Florida
County. during
sale and sell the Interest which WILLIAM INORAMAs Milton Pledger conviction fees. 65.07 '
the legal hour. of sale, on Mond.y.October Headquarters for
the said Arthur E. Donegan had on :
Administrator of the estate of J
R J
the 14th day of November 117 (data the 1st. 19tJ. to the highestand B. Tumblln deceasedJOHNSTON. Smith accessories for motorcycle -

of Final Judgment). In the following best bidder for cash the followingdescribed A OARRETT ____________________ 30.00 :
described real estate, located In Oarl" real estate, situated In Osceulit As Counsel for said Administrator Jessie D. Kleinman costs of :
County State of Florida and described
-
ola County. Florida to-wit: I 8t Justice of Peace cases _____ 6.87 1 PURINA POULTRY CHOWS
The 8M of the 8% of the NWU\ of as follow: All of- the Northeast I n ,
the nwu of Section 14. Quarter (NEK ) of Northwest Sped Funds .
'luarter (N\\'", ), And the Northwest PROCEEDINGS OF THE
The NWV4\ bf theNW* of Section Ira Wetherbee payment of t
Quarter (NWVt ) of Northeast QuarterNUW I
tl. e COUNTY COMMISSIONERSContinued time warrant and int. ______$1060.00
all In Township 25, Southi Range <<< ). and fractional Northeast Quarter -
U East. (NEK nf Northeast Quarter Ira Wetherbee, Payment of PURINA ,
The said Interest In said propertv (<
will be Hold by me as aforesaid, at pub. ship Twenty-llM (26) South Range S. Montsdoea, maint. _u_____ 6.00
tic auction before the Court Housi Thirty (30) Rant: and also the Southeast R 0 Livington mmr.t. __,___ 5.00 People Bank do, n_____ ___2220.00
door at Klsslnimeip Onceola County. Quarter ((8K% ) of Northwest L R Farmer, do _________ _2240.00 I IIII k R111YLJi1'i
Florida between the legal hours ofKRle Quarter (NWVi) and l Southwest Quar- D M Robinson court library 25.00W \ Publicity
ter (S\\.4) of Northeast QuarterNKU I Barber to bal. 1922 ____ 30.00 ,
on October I lit. A. D 1923. at which' St.
time said property will be knocked ( ) of said Section Sixteen (16), Kissy Tel. Co., rent ________ 14.89 I Cloud band, Co. donation .$ 100.00
(25) South. Kissy Cham. Com. donation____ 60U.03: .
Township Twentnve .
t down to the highest and bent bidderor '
M Katz's Sons merchandise _
13.97 '
Hanice thirty (So) Bust and being the 1'i l I'
bidders for cash thertfor St. Cloud Cham. Com donatlon 500.00 I I I I '
lands to James W. Miller Fla. Feed Store Co. feed ____ 15.80
Thl. the 27th day of "IIO I 1923. L. FARMER. by L. H. Cahoon. et ux. Oct. Cth. Valley Gazette, l legal adv. __ 68.00 untY ,
As Sheriff .a't' Osceola ,County Flurldn.. 111*.. Ira Wetaerbe. et ux. May lOth Valley Gazette, blanks _____ 53.60 The board having completed its
April, *
at-stNOTICE Hill. Jsmes K. Milliard et ux. work;' upon a motion duly made 'and j vr
27th. UI7. Myrtle Lllrhtae.t vlr Mrs.; M. Brookshire care carried
they adjourned.E. .
OF 8HKRIPP HALCX. February 28th. 116. by deeds recorded Clarence Thompson ___u___ 15.00
respectively In deed Books 1%. pane Water & Light Plant water L. D. Overstreet chairman.
To F. Woodward, and To All Whom at; Book "BB". page (8*; Book 48. page ; Attest: J. L. Overstreet clerk. ,
-
It May Concern: Notice Is hereby 8* and lOi. In the office of the Clerkof and lights ________________ 41.10C '
IIIrO.eeola
-n that the undersigned as : the Circuit Court of Oecepla County F Thrasher repairs ______ 20.40 Kissimmee. Florida, I has under his supervision. I Mr Wilson after.having heard thediaeuedon

County. Florida, acting under Florida, to all of which referenceIs Leo H. Wilson, bent paid to August 14th. 192S Carson Farmer stated that there was ,from the members of theyboard
and by virtue of the following; executlons herein made. Deed at cost of purchaser ,
to-wit: Q. F. KRIBBS. Growers' Assort,tion. _.__?_ 19.25C : The board of County Commission !considerable acreage now being, tiled, and from all who'had spoken on ''x'

Execution dated August (th. 123 U- Special Master In Chancery. 1 i L Bandy commissions __._ 12.79 in and for Osceola Florida all on'ccount of efforts of Mr.Wilson the
sued out of the County Court, In and PLEDGER DAVIS" ., ,Lupfer & Prather, gas &; oil. 38.63 ers county, subject, aid he consWelred he

for a Osoeola certain County Judgment, Florida rendered based In upon a' Solicitors for Complainant 37ItNOTICE 'W E Hansell, gasoline .....' 11.37R met in special session at 2 p. m. on the II that It he'' remained he had no doubt should be releaied.ft. .

cult brought by Dr. C. D. Christ ".. OF APPLICATION' FOR TAX I S Floyd, cow feed .___.... 23.60 above date, there being present E. I.. but a great many otheres would tile and .V.Phillips,; then made a motion ;

Jo'. E. Woodward said Judgment being DKBD. W B Mckinson, supplies .___ 18.65 D. Overstreet, chairman, J. M. Han. therefore, he ,did not believe any tax that he be released, motion was seconded . II'
ated the 6th of August, 1921 and
day
recorded In County Court Judg-ment NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVRN. That I F C Bryan Co., soap ___-____ .85 sell H. O. Partin A. F; Baas and R. payer in the county would oppose such by H.. O. Partin, and carried.* '1'
McLean, of Tax Certificates Godwin Cash Gro. maint. to
A B purchaser
look No. (.
1 tt
Execution page dated August 23rd 123.iisucd . Nos. 247. 255. 2S6 257, 269 and I John Fleming ____________u 4.00 V. Phillips; Johnston and Garrett as raise as might be made to retain Mr. Commisssioner R. V Phillips ra orl-

nut of Justice of Peace Court. 3(8 dated the 3rd day of June A. D. : Road and Bridge Fund attorneys for the board and J. L. Ov- Wilson.F. ad work now being done by Lewis
"I rut District Osceola County, Florida 118 has flied said certificates In mv
hased on a certain Judgment rendered office and has made application for tax: :G W Ashton, foreman.._______$100.00 erstreet clerk, also being present.The A. Stroup said he did not consld- Johns on right of way. of road between;

In a suit brought by F. A. Souders, vsK deed to Issue In accordance with law. I Bob Waters, road work6.00 board was called to order by available he considered it would he Tyson and Bull Creeks about complete''
P. Woodward said Judgment being Said certificates embrace the following'de.crlbed 1 Bill 76.50
Crum hauling __________ '
property situated In Osceola its chairman and the of the and made motion that the clerk be*
dated the 6th day of August. 123. and purpose well to raise Mr. Wilson but that a
recorded Rerordft County. Florida. to-wit Tie Bsss, road work ________ 53.76
No i. Page In 102.Justice of Peace All Blocks 66 and 56 All Block 6K Dan Brown convict guard __ 45.00 meeting announced.Leo the levy for that purpose would not Instructed to Uraws>warrant for$108. '

I did thereafter levy upon and under except lot 18. Lots 5. 6. 7. 8. 11. 12. 13. I Mrs. Ada Bass, care DanBrown's H. Wilson, county agent for justify it. 50, balance due for such work the
14, 17. and It Block 68. Lots 1, 8. 10.
and sale by virtue and soil of the said Interest levy. will which off..rfor F. It, 14 BIcck 67 Lots 1 to 8 Inclusive child, ____u________ 30.00F. Osceola county having tendered his Pat Johnston as attorney for the same to be delivered to J. E. Johnston, a

Tl Woodward had the 2nd day of and lots 11 and 18 Block 79 Lot 1 and Barno convict guard ______ 62.00 and '
on take he deliver the
resignation to effect September to toMr. Johns when
July, 1923 ( Date when property wan lots 6 to 18 Inclusive Block 80. Lots Joe Johnston, co. surveyor 9.40 board stated that he did not consider! .

attached), In the following described 2. t. 8. 9, 10 12 and Plat 16 of Block Runnymede.The 78 all.ac I I' Bud Peterson road work _-__--_ 50.00 1, 1923 and the board having met to the board should raise his salary atl I work was complete. Motion was see"

personal One American property Electric to-wlt.: Floor Snr- cording said the land beingassessed at the Walter 'Hayes, camp cook ___ 50.00 consider whether;; or not such resignation this time, but that if he would remain onded by. Commissioner A. ,F. Baav.

faring Machine No.9'. together date of Issuance of said certificatesIn 1 Lome Nurse road work ______' 65.00 would be accepted they pro- the salary to January 1 1924 I and carried. ''i,
on same ,
the of H. Dlsston Estate. Unless I ,
name
with all equipment and attachment ,Ceo. Bronson road work ____ 65.00 and
ceeded with business. The board a motion made
said certificates shall be redeemed he upon ,
felt that the board then
thereto should give
belonging.
R S Floyd mule feed ________ 33.37
will ,
according law. tax deed Issue
The said Interest In said property wlU The clerk presented written opinionof carried adjourned.
b. sold by me as aforesaid at public thereon on the 1st day of September.A. Osceola Hdw. Co., supplies __ 91.77 him a raise beginning with the new at, : '"

auction before the Court House J Door D. 1923. J. I.. OVERSTREET Oliver Sharpe road work ____ 67.50 Messrs. Johnston and Garrett as year. L. D. Overstreet, chairman., "

nt Klsslmmee. Osceola. County. Florldn. SEAL: Osreola Clerk Circuit County,Court.Florida. Silious Clemens, road work __ 65.00 attorneys, for \the board the same be- j A testt-J. L. Overstreet, clerk.i- i: ,'_ 1 '
betweeen the legal hours of sale on ( ) A. F. Stroup said he did not consider I
"rtober 1st A. D. 1.... at which time J4-51 By H. H. Bullock D, C Jim demons road work ____ 67.5') ing read in open board. Also letter "
said property will be knocked down to Tebe Bass road work _____r 51.25 St. Cloud Growers Association the county could afford to pay Mr.
the highest, and best bidder or biddersfor NOTICE OF IXBTITHTIOM: : OF SUIT Mrs. M. Bronson, board Dan from Wilson any larger salary, and it was

cash therefor IIV ATTACHMENT: Brown ___ ______ 28.00 and resolution passed by the Chamberof
::. nnu his opinion the tax should he
This 27th day of August A. D 192 To Robert F. Bruns Ksq. of \ payers A throbbing _
L. R. FARMER Mrs. L. Neal board F Barno 28.00G Commerce of Kisaimmee, all "*
Care Druna Brothers Grocery Company. I considered. Mr. Stanford: then stated -
An Sheriff of Osceola County, Florida 49-65 Race Street Cincinnati. Ohio. W Ashton, release T Tate 5.00 which were ordered spread on the rous headache?,
3S-5t he did not nor
own any property
And all other persona Int..r..at.dlYou. J C Griffin repairs __ ____ 10.60 minute.
and each of you are hereby notified n was he growing fruit or vegetables MENTHOLATUM.quickly ,
IN -run COUNTY TOURT IN AND FOR that Klynn-Harrls-Bullard Company F C Bryan Co., road gang sup- E. L. D. Overstreet chairman stated

niCROLA COUNTY FLORIDA. a corporation having Its domtcll plies __nn____________ 51.45 but that others were and they'nee1'd
that the board in his should
In the state of Delaware has commenced opinion soothe*it
ATTACHMENT DAMAGES SMIO.OO: F S Gilbert, shoes to convicts. 28.00F advice and that Mr. Wilson was the .
an action by attachment In the C Co. mule feed ____ 169.82 accept the resignation of Mr. Wilson. '
I THE GULF FERTILIZER COMPANY. Circuit Court In and for O."ola county Bryan logical man and the board should not
it corporation organised and exlstlnu- "Florida and sued out an attach- R S Minnick convict supplies. 9.30 or raise his salary, as he had been offered I'

under And by virtue of the Laws of ment against Robert F. Bruns and has McGill & Scott, supplies, __ 8.75 other work at a much bet act too hastily.
the State of caused aald writ of attachment to belevied convicts. 19.00J very ,
FldridaPlaintiff. W E Hansell hauling
-
upon certain lands, the propertyof ter salary.Mr. .
v*. Robert F. Bruns, situated In Osce Z Roberson, medicine for -. .
'APTAIN WILLIAM LYNQ. also ola county Florida to recover the convicts --______--_____-- 3.00 Wilson expressed his appreciation
known aa CAPT W. LYNO. sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars W B Makinson road work .. 27.15F I of the remarks of the chairman

Notice Is hereby given Defendant that the aboveentitled persons($15.00000)Interested damages, are and required you. and to ap-all E Woodward lumber ____u 233.27 tof the board and said he hooed t .nt BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY .

suit was on the 2nd day of pear to Bald action on the 1st day of Fine & forfeiture transfer __,1000.00 I the entire, board would see it in the ..
Allle'u..t. A. D. 1923 Instituted by attachment October 1923 H. L. ANDERSON W E Hansell, gas & repairs. 72.74 -
; that summons ad responden- 33-9t Attorney for plaintiff Prather 3.15 tame light. Mr. Wilson stated that CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ,. .
William \ Lupfer & gas ______ 1
Captain ape
dum Issued against
Lynir.was ;'also known as Capt W. NOTICB OF APPLICATION' FOR TAX I Walter Harris, roofing for he dj_t not consider he had been under

l-yntc. the defendant In said cause, but DBBD. county's ton truck _,________ 4.75H contract with the county since Jan WOOD, BRICK, STONE,

oounty returned, unserved.by the Sheriff the defendant of Osceola belnflr NOTICE IS HEREBY of OtVEN Tax Certificate That I C Hartley, road supplies __ 18.30 uary 1, 1923 that he wished the boardto STEEL, STUCCO .
A. B. McLean purchaser -
nut of the State of Florida; that said Nos. 231. 136 and 148, dated the R S Floyd supplies _____u_ 17.20S understand he had not attemptedto N. F. BASS lACK BASS '
Writ of Attachment has bean levied by 3rd day of June. A. D. 118 has filed W Batton rosd work ______ 55.00F '
said Sheriff on the following desorlb- said certificates. In my office and has W Meier, lazy back on ton' put anything over.on them by tendering 322 Royal Street ili Sproule Avenue
.-<1 Real Estate belonglns to said de- made application for tax deed to Issue ) his under
fendant. situate, lying and being In Os- In accordance with law. Said certificates -, truck ______________________ 1'.60' resignation, acting' r\
ceola oounty Florida to-wlf' embrace the. following described E. L. Green, payment on signs. $00.00 direction of those having authorityover '

of The Section southwest Seven quarter(1). Township SWK,) property situated In Osceola County E E Brown, mule feed _-____ 42.03A. him. "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" : ,

Twenty-six: (Sf) ... south. Range Florida All Blocks to-wtt 40.: 47 and 41 and Lots 1. Acne road work __t____- 2.60 Mr. Phillips stated that he did not For over IS years. the E. O. Painter Fertiliser Company ha. furnished FlorIda '
Twenty-nine (t') ...t. levied up- > and Lot. 7 to It of Block '7. Inclusive Lee Lanier, road work ______ 7.50 growers with fertilisers. The continued patronage of experienced growers !;f

on as the'property of Captain In Wll-the\ according: to the Plat of Runny Will Lanier, ___________-___ 83.60 feel it would be right to insist upon gives proof of satisfactory. results. 4

above Ham Lyng.cauae. the defendant mThe said land being assessed at the Owen Lanier road work ______ 62.60 Mr Wilson remaining with the county COULD" BETTER FKRTIUBBR BB MADE WE WO'ULD MAKE IT ;

Now' therefore, you. the said C.Pftln date of Issuance of said certificatesIn A L Davidson rent cement mixer as demonstration agent as Osceola Write for New Fall Price Lists Just Issued I j

William l.yng. also known as Capt. the name of H. Dlsaton Estate Unless and work ________________ 79.60 county could not in his opinion compete I'' I
Lyn g defendant and all other Peron. shall b. redeemed CO. JsclaonvHU Herlda
said certificates J L Overstreet release fees of E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER ,
to ,
Interested, are hereby required according law. tax: deed will issue ,, -with counties that haw largeracreagqIn
eronally ba and appear to said action thereon on the Sth day of September, A. Lewis Smith ____u__...:.____ 8.00 .
ti).. Court House In the city oC KIslmmaa ; D. U" J. L. OVI R9TREET. H Bratton, washing oat .well, citrus culture, and;: possibly ,

Osoeola County. Florida on Clerk Circuit Court,. 7.60 would not hi able for:* number ..
he Rule Day, In November. D. 1111. Florida. for road gang ..____ _..... " . er '
Osceola -
hat being Mandajr. the tth. day of. the If.ft'' By a count"i loc D. C. B C Miller, road work .;.__.- 16.00 lof"years, .tt J_ '",", .;.; .Th 'p 'C:>>X'I. I rtJ1.rd a
.
wll anby .
Id udarmsnt road cork 1S0.60
ntll> B O Hancock .
this : H.I default. and
red agaJ I MOTICR Or APPLY Sam Batten, road work:,..... 65.00
u_ wO" d as provided by law .- MT'EARDORr.TO' speech bi behalf. of Mr. Wilson remaining '
...
nd o NeeJ.t- ..... ': Bf: Practice. VBMTRICET..rk' .of thltW ,September Notice Is Ilta.hereby ItSS.given or as that soon t will thereafter on Clinton Robt. Padgett Simmons roadwork;red work'...... 12.50 85.OO / abating that as he viewed 1t1 c-.', ,: 11_ '. feral l'' QkeCbrja' ja;: ) r

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.t. .L Court .Ia and 'Vora as Counsel. may be heard apply! John Barber road work??._.. ,47.60 the rmatt r' it was a very, dangerous -, '' ,"
County:Forida 'th"" 4thy for a pardon of Ernest Wlldsnan.; who Bate road 1"87.50 thing-'tar make a change at this time r.a-- "' A $1--.1 J.r A.Hor", ...... ,. RMmi, wte"5t .
; nty. was sonvleted ,o. ,plead guilty, .f ..- Hdw Maw .._ .. ,.,.,. 44KPa.ay- w .
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1; "Attgwt. ,' L.. 1OVER.9t1'rR EET sault. with InUnt to murder, at.the . Co. s1'd. /,.: :-., and,:he J insisted I that-th.. board r pay ,. W5I ..A"J.. : .a 5KL.&aaw.

t1', ;.el> Clerk: 3.Oounty. Court In ana Spring. term of Osoeola County ClreuttCanrt. then .W. A 8t '_:::,*__:.___.._.:-.iJl285.15; : Mr.: Wilson sufficient salary to Induce . .' JIll' Gfifi..alsessraw s.r..'&"Ci 1' t yek,

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'Of !Jroaduf y'Pharmacy, Saturday,, September 1st. ,


UNDER THE' MANAGEMENT OF J. C. SCHMIDT .. ,

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WE have purchased the Stock and Fixtures of the Stanley Pharmacyand


will. open for business on Saturday, September 1st This Store


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chandise placed on our shelves. It will be our constant endeaver to .

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make_ you feel that this store is Your Store. You will be welcome at .


d any and all times. We await you with Courtesy, Service, and Quality Merchandise.BROADWAY .


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compact. A delightful salad course, her of her friends seated arodnti a

[[IN SOCIETY'S REALMBRIDGE I was served at the end of the games. large table, laden with good things to ,
Those enjoying: this delightful party eat, not the least conspicuous of
were, besides the club members: Mesdames which was an immense cake, adorned .
AT THE Howard Anderson, Ellis D.ivii ]with the tale-telling number of lighted Monroe Thomas ,
NELSON MAKINSON HOME W. M. Weigel, S. W. Cason.' S. H. candles.
Bullock, J. D. Woodbeck and George Mrs. Dayson was the recipient! of a
Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson Makinson
entertained a congenial crowd of Gardner, and Misses Jo and Dot Mak |large number of beautiful birthday GARAGE
friends Monday night at their inson Mayme Pilley, and Mary WeireL gifts and well wishes from her friends.A .
: two course luncheon was served,
home on Broadway, at bridge. Six
after which Mrs. Gardner enlivenedthe 18 Emmett Street ,
tables of cards were followed by delicious SWIMMING PARTY FOR ,
evening with piano selections before -
refreshments.W. DADE CITY VISITOR
J. Steed; as maker oiMOgh score, Complimenting Misi! Marie Mixcn; the guests departed wishing the PHONE 47
"was the recipient of a Vowitiful box( honoree many happy returns of the.lay.
Of Dade City, Miss Viola Edmundinn .
of fine candy, and Miss Dot Makin- whom Miss Mixon has been visiting (
son, scoring low, received a set of : Those participating in the delightful If You've Tried
bridge table markers. for several days this week, gave an enjoyable surprise! party were: Dr. and Mrs. Us You Know; Without ;
swimming at Alligator
party T. M. Rivers, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ,
1 inson The hospitality guests who were enjoyed: Mr. the and Mak-Mrs. ty Lake motored Wednesday to the evening.lake where The swim par- Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prather., Our Talking. If You Haven* Try Us,

Howard Katz, Mr. and Mrs. W. ;J. Mr. and Mrs George Gardner Miasesfjadge ,
followed delicious
Steed, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Cason, Miss ming was by a sup- and Eunice Rivers, and Messrs. and Let Our Work Speak For Itself. ;
per.Those Howard Roberts, Gerald Rivers, and
Dot Makinson, Mrs. W. M Weigel invited to this swimming! partt -
and Messrs. Bob Grant and A. T. Walter MarUr.
were: Misses Louise Thomaion, t. .

French. Elsie Norton, Louise Edmundson! Agnes Additional 1 LocalsMisses f Prompt Attention To Small Job At Well A. LargeMr. .
TUESDAY BRIDGE Morgan of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. (
WITH MRS. COBLE Leslie Squires, Mesdames F. G. Thom- I
ason and J. E. Edmundson, and Hutton, Elizabeth G. Moe- -
One of the prettiest event of the Messrs. J. C. Stone and J. A. Stinson, ley, and Mary and Dick Stanley have) ,
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week the
: was bridge party given by
of Orlando. returned from a week's stay at Daytona -
Mrs. Walter Coble at her home on and Mrs. Ira.,Bass,, and little!
Clyd avenue, when she 'entertained SURPRISE PARTY Beach.!! ,- grand daughter Catherine Fortenbn-
the Tuesday afternoon l>1dge rlpb FOR MRS. DAYSON' ;J.H. Burton, of Atlanta, with" the ry; spent last week! visiting! relatives! MONDAY AND TUESDAYCasino .'
and a number of invited guest The A complete'surprise' was given Last Gulf R fining'Company, was in KIs- at:Port Tampa City ' .,
splendid living room was decorated' )Monday night to Mrs. George.R. Day- simmee Monday and Tuesday visiting I' Theatre.r: '
Miss Marie Mixon, who has been
.With profusion of cut flowers, which son at the Dayson Hotel, the occasion W.'L. Marter 'I ;
visiting Miss Viola Edmundson Kln- ,
made a pretty setting. 'being in, honor of her birthday. Earlyin I "Brawn Of The North"
Fred S. Gilbert and H. C. Stanford simmee since Friday, returned to her
Mrs.\ W.
i J. Steed scored highestmong the evening she was enticed
away made a business trip to the :Manatee home in Dade City Wednesday.
> the club members, and from I I.
was home by Mr. and Mrs. Sam" Pra- Featuring the world' Smarteatdo.STRONCHEART
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section last week taking in Palmetto .
III awarded a breakfast set, Mrs. Howard ther who took her to Saint Cloud in Bradentown and Sarasota. Mr. ahd Mrs. Fred Phipps, of the
Anderson scored second and received an automobile, while the plottersgot -- Thipps. Brothers. Garage, have purchased ,
a.box of Harriet Hubbard Ayer powder to work at home. On the return Mrs. A. T. Morrison and grandchildren one of the Cole bungalows/ on A Tkrilli.j aad
Story Weseerfsl
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Pries
a D.f. ICk 2Se
and Mrs. Nelson Makinson ase
was ahe taken into
was a dark room. Katherine and Dorothea Mabbette and Bermuda streets. They
consoled with) a net of tally cards. The blindfolded, and then ushered into the Butler, returned from Shell Hammock, expect to move into their new home
I lint guest prize was won by Mrs. dining room. When her blindfold Wednesday. B. S. Butler accompanied ) about the middle of next month.S. I
; (George Gardner, a Dorine powder was removed she beheld a large num them for a few days rest.
I r T. Thacker returned to Kissim- ties in Gainesville, and Is rated as one MINICK HAVING SPECIAL
!of the very beat in his line in the I SALE AT REXALL STORE ,
mee Sunday night from month'i
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: IINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIinlllllllllllllllllllfll lillillllllllllllillllllllllllllllllliilllllillllllllllill' ' l business trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. He IItate.-Leelburg Commercial. R. G. Minick-announces- elsewher''

I 11 kayo they raised'bumper crops there E. L. D. Overstreet, chairman of 'r
t in. this hii
lilllllllllil this year, but the farmer are suffering issue a list of bargains in
from the low wheat market.A. the board of county commissioners, school-beginning sale at the Res2
4': attended the Chamber of Commerce Drug Store. He is offering 10." pre- '
T. French accompanied-his mother .meeting Wednesday. He made an ed goods' in stationery lines, eatabto
: f ====1 Mrs. E. T. French, to Jacksonville soaps, toilet goods, and his other usual
interesting speech to the members, in
last Friday and left her linec. >
morning onboard The sale starts to-morrow.
the Apache for New York. She which he said he'd rather have "a and continues for ten ,
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I will visit her sister in New Jersey fora hundred men mad with me than ono I
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The Bank W Help Your Help couple of months. woman." Mr. Overstreet said he want- HAGERMAN SELLS HISMARKET .

tilt Hisses Hel$ Sawyer and E. I*. ed to support the popular desire for TO COY REEVlS1S.
{ I Wenner made a Friday to Tuesday another county agent, but had to conserve .
L. Hagerman has sold his ten$t
I I ?, i "AWty trip to. Black Mountain, North Carolina chamber county funds, and expected the market to Coy Reeve. The tnutf..
to save him from the wrathof
to visit Miss Sawyer's mother fer made ,,
was Tuesday
pad and the ladies in case they wanted the
II sister. Miss Thelma Sutton wall

. Hill II'l: .. ,'illingnese HELP your employes to have Bank =; in charge while of they the Wenner-Sawyer,were away. bookstore f money spent for some other purpose. READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE' .

; to Serve Accounts here. One employe vlth E:5I : .
;. Miss Mary C. Bryan returned Wed \. .

: -d wLrnJ-fWw a Bank Account Is vorth to your '= nesday from Marshall, Georgia,where
she spent the summer visiting the

I --Mr DEPOSITS INSURED tvo without bank accounts. II family of her brother. Owing to the MRS. J. D. WOODBECK DI
; 'Koll weevil, heavy rains and the exodus -

: of negro laborers to the north, V 'toWill ,v ,.
;; she says farming in that section is at '
himgood have an'Advance I
present a serious problem.
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t I Chief Engineer H. G. Laird, and \
habits benefit Your business, = Division Superintendent F. B. Lang- Showing of Felts and Ready-to-Wear

r .i just as his bad habits Injure It. > fey Klssimmee, of the_ A.Friday,C. L. conferring railroad were with in at ;

"f' === City Commissioners H. M. Kate and IiiTHE'HAT i
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' 5iiiiI G. W. Persons,,:and.',;;'City! Attorney .
.: ; E5!! Steed regarding th.* 'railroad: propertyon SHOP. i

J: t Jhfrt the.thing lake*.front.look.:faeorablaferthvicl3 Mr. Steed reports- .. . .. x t

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: Leo H.'Wilson,;, or fomt'years as- August 3'fit.and September '1st. \0
I' slsta.nl to WDJiam.Gomme, of Polk ,* ." .
r :". flours 9 .A.; M. to, 3 P. M. county and more recently''agent in All h.y Invited I
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see Styles
II resignation of E. P. 'DeBusk.; The ,
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