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: September 7, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01132
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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COUNTY VOTED-MONDAY: 'SCHOOL LUNCH ROOM MASONS'' WILL FOSTER '
COMMISSIONERS GROWERS AND BUSINESS MEN. OF TWO
WILL BE MAINTAINED A,.DEMOLAY CHAPTER, .

TO REPLACE COUNTY AGENT IMMEDIATELY High Standard Of School "Lunche "Oaeeoia" >Chapter Of)Popular Order '' OSGEOLA COUNTY CITIES GO-OPERATE .
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** Will B. Continued During "The' Will Be Organized By The Orange .
School Year Just Starting 81........ Lodge In Kissimmee Ner\Y\
June R. Gunn, Vocational Agricultural Instructor At A Hundred FaiWereCiTrus; jMen, And Merchants .. .
Hillsbprough High School At Plant City Is Offered With) .'thejboard of county ,.cominUi.siohers Orange,Blossom Lodge No; '80F; ',' "Met\Af'Cliamtier'or.C i i i' r 'I as t )Frld ay Night Alice -'''' \

Position As County Agent To Succeed Leo Wilson {#!three; months having rent already for provided the building for and,.A.i M, Monday ,evening took'initial Talked, Over Plans For: A Big Producing: Year'r

steps. to organize a chapter..of
for the school lunches, the school trustee \ '
The expected opposition to the appointment having taken similar action,and :DeMolay |In Kissimmee.. The body: I A ''get-together;meeting last Fr'day

of another county agent CITY FATHERS SIT AS the city commission having: done like. undertook: to sponsor this important THINGS WARMING UP J night, at>the. Chamber'of Commerce

for Oaceola county failed to I.Jjnaterialize EQUALIZATION BOARD wise, and provided ten dollars a month work for-boys in the community' and ,FOR FOOTBALL TEAM'Flft ;we t enlivened by 'a spirited debate on

at Monday's meeting of the county e -- extra for milk, the Mothers' Club an- selected.John[ L. Overstreet the subject of a county .gent..All of
commissioners. Instead, a large Tueaday's Regular Meeting Found Bounces that the same high class lunch : Chair. High School Boys Out For the speakers but two, favored the immediate -

delegation of citrus growers, truckers, Many Requests For Public, Funds room will be provided tine year. as last. (!man of the Council"-- and Sam Lupfer Practice WIth Marion Canon' As- securing of:another county. \

' strawberry raisers, and business men Some Of Which Were Granted The lunch room last year made considerable Jr.,'..s'AdrisQiJ : Coach Till Mr. Bow_ Arrives I|agent to take the place'of Leo H. Wilson ",

appeared before the board in behalfof The of the resigned. Two ,.In
reputation throughout the name -local unit will be men spiteof
The city commissioner nave an all The old pigskin is getting warmed,
a county agent, and not one person week's job on their hands.this week, state as a result of reports of vIsitor.who' the Osceola Chapter of the order of tip a bit these days. School opens the overwhelming majority against '
registered objections to the came DeMolay. them, 'showed the courage" of their
appointment to investigate it. >
sitting as an equalization board every next week, and a, bunch of the high '
of a man to replace Leo II. convictions,'' and opposed a county' agent
since school the'sea'
The anticipating
night Tuesday., regular boys are
Wilson, who left this week for Lake One Of them, after the vole, t ,
county to become county agent there. September meeting"was held Tuesday SHINGLE GREEK'PUPILS COACH AND SCIENCE ton by: working out a few summer's was 'taken and only two voted"in'the i
kinks beforehand. look,
night and appearedto Prospects
some .taxpayers ,
The chairman of the board of commissioners negative on the question,' made a hit, y
discuss their assessments. They pretty bright now, compared with
announced at the beginning SCHOOLSShingle with the crowd by stating that he believed r
TO KISSIMMEE TEACHEIUIGNED UP
were informed that the books were /what they did a few days ago, for
of the should rule and
meeting that a half hour -... the majority ,
not to be-worked until the following the new teacher of science and athletic -
would be devoted to the subject and upon that since the rest wanted'. county -' R
night, and Invited to return. Creek School Will. Stetson "S" Man In Football J I coach sounds like a winner. It '4'
asked the men who wished to speak agent he was with them and would go
to be brief. S. L. Lupfer, chairmanof Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp asked the Be Closed This Year And I Bas etball And Base Ball looked for a while as if the athletic before the county commissioners and
commissioners to a third of the end of the game might have to bo
the Chamber of ,pay W use his influence to try and,
Commerce ll Teach get.one.
com- Pupils Brought Here And Coach :
rent for the school lunch room and side tracked for the scholastic, but
mittee on county agent, spoke to tho '' His spirit of co-operation"was warmly t'
month'for milk. Her Joyce Bowen who has accepted the
dollars *
ten request -
a '
point. lie expressed the opinion that The county board of 'public! instruction The school board is breathing easier applauded by the, men and women ,k
was granted as that wasJan expense job, looks as if he were qualified to '
since
continuation of Tuesday. The quest for present, and commended JT. E. Lupfer
a decided
a county agent was at its regular September handle
both. He
assumed last and expected was varsity quarter-
year a combination of athletic instructor president of the Osceola Growers who
for
imperative the of the ,
progress this meeting, last Tuesday morning, to back for two as Stetson University -
again years
year. teaicher
county, and recommended to the and of science has at last been' presided,at the, meeting. ..,
Mrs. G. W. Best asked financial bring the Shingle Creek children in and knows the game.
'
board June R. Gunn of Plant reward d, and the man is on the I I F..
City, as way I A. Stroup objected to ,the county -
health Several of the who went to
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toward boys
$ public
ielp a county
to Kissimmee to school this and
a man who, would be valuable to the year, Joyce: Bowen, who graduated from engaging another county: agent,
this in Alabama
Mr. Katz informed her that :camp summer: are
in this nurse.{ to close the "little white school house"in Stetson University this year, with adel'TM
county capacity. B. C. Miller, i i [on financial grounds. He jsxpresaedx
/the school board had decided to give to) out for practice and with the dope
president of the Kissimmee Citrus the nurse, should one be obtained, the that section. W. A. Hill, and other -, ,of B. S. in Engineering, Tuesday 'they picked up under the tutelage of his amusement at an editorial In,The '
wired Professor
from
Growers Association, followed Mr. car which Miss Albina Smith used Shingle Creek residents were before Yowell Akron |>Vest Pointers of football glory supplemented Gazette-of August 24 which compared -
Lupfer with additional argument, Ohio, accepting the position of trying to get a good county' agentat
when she Home Demonstration the board by Coach Bowen's expected
last was and urged this action '
stated that year ; teacher of science,,and athletic coach,
and the county simply for I the price of a less experienced and
Mrs. Best hopedfor results, they're looking some
Agent upon the board, and it is understoodthat in High School, and' '
ould not get along without a county assistance from the county toward OacfOla ,stating long ends of the score this year. Mab- therefore less valuable, man with trying
agent. Osceola'a natural resource, and wanted the majority of the people of that he, would leave for Kissimmee street has been transformedsince to buy a high priced ear for the
of
the salary a nurse, fcette
he said, cannot be made the most of also. She Informed that section have been in favor of this I Immediately. The local school board Monday,from a baseball diamondto price of a flivver.. Mr.;Stroup discourse
the city to help was -
without the assistance of a county that the budget had not yet action for some time.A. has been in correspondence for sometime a football gridiron. ted on a number of natters) for which t
agent. The citrus alone ought trying to get a line on Mr. Bowen's taxes could be very' well apent, and
crop been made for the year and that her L. Stinebaugh was given the contract I I I Those out for practice so far include
in to the this qualifications, and.they feel they (considered of
$300,000 county year, last Fred ( a county agentas lees't
request would be considered when that of transporting the children from year's squad: ,
and that figure would probably be have secured a good man to replaceS. Importance than some of these."Char.R c
done. from their homes to the schools. Lupfer, Bob Buckets, Raymond Tyner. -
$400,000 this year. The orange grower ,,-' was George Gardner and Albert Sutton, The board paid the first installmenton I Park.. W. Cason, who goes to Winter John Sanderson. Art Bullock and A. Garrett, of Shingle Cnek;',who 'Is '
needs a county agent. Howard M one of the county's most successful .
officials of the Kisaimniee Concert the new Saint Cloud High School Emerson Squires, while new material r
Mr.
Katz, speaking as an individual orange ; Bowen was varsity,-quarterback citrus alee opposed the county -
I Band, presented their,aaae to the city Building at its Tuesday meeting. The on the Stetson football team for the |.n harness for-this year, up to date; growers
representing 28 acres employing another county agent..
grower commissioners. President\ A. S. Gil- architect's estimate provided for a -lists Dick Makinson, Buster Hanklns,
of bearing orange grove, which prouceH .- bert assured them that they would payment of $7,600.Considerable last two years, made his "S" in both 4 Cecil McLean, John Wines, pick His: objections,1", were', purely on ti
) 7500 boxes and who h basketball and baseball and 'was captain financial-" grounds. He cited .takes"
< a year
Alfred Wilson McClure ,
try and dos well by the band as they difficulty isbeing experienced baseball Bandy, L'op's'der ;: '
of and of bas- farm mounting
generally recognized as an authority manager on lands and referred to -
Mike Steed and David BransonHam ;
had last year, and hoped to be able to in locating a suitable rooinfor ket ball. With his Bachelor Silence ,
do with of taxes inallidirector'I t
on matters having to groves,
,1 do more. He expressed his personal the extra grades which cannot be, Brown is- expected to be',out,
said he was not competent to deal conviction> that the band was, one of accomodated in the present school, board degree: in Engineering he is. the school again and the line is expected to have I I Attorney WT"J.'Steed: who.has; expended -

with grove problem. without a coun the best assets the city has. The corn. binding this- year..The,Wilson building -. qmrfffted' 'j/eela"to.'t, that. $'>scfeneeT" excellently-and' his another4ieavyweight ,try..ou i in the a',IargelamountMof, money M- r..
ty agent, and urged the immediate mission promised to do the best they in which the.seventh grade was' athletic exVerience and person of Russell Edwards: It.is.reported cerltl'both;' 'In "lD draining W..
appointment of another. He touchedon made. knowledge that Fay and Ed Lucas will trucking and berry land, and ,on his
could when the budget was housed last year is not available for i should make him able to turn out
the expense involved and showed Pat Johnston asked the board to refund the school's use"this, term, and up to I be back In Klssimrnee this year, and grove, offered to match every tracker"'
some championship with the
that other counties were paying much the taxes on the aviation field the time of this writing, no' arrangement teems several others will.how up when the whom Mr.'Garrett'could name, as opposed
available material in the school
high
more than this'county is. The figures for the years it was used foe public *,have been made., this **' I time,comes, according to high.school to-- employing a 'county agent
sv
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he gave were) nnla rough $3600 a purposes, and to pay the county and '.year .. gabble. 'with five who wanted one engagedand

year Orange 13800, le $S600, Polk state taxes as well. 'The, original MASONS IMPRESSIVELYLAY TRAINING CAMP BOYS ( Marion Carson, who devoted much jevery citrus grower opposed with five;',

194500, and Lake |3700. liqurgeathe .agreement did not teem to be available CORNER STONE time last year to the team, and madea who favored. He suggested' that if wo
commissioners.to continue at the same and the question o':what had been BRING BACK MEDALS strong line for Osceola, is helping were to give up' a county.gent,'who...

rate they have been paying In- order, : th this year until Coach ,Bowen -,work--is for the development ,'of'tlle4'', _
meantby "taxes" was up for interpre Major. barnett ;Delivers) ;A., Patriotic Five Kiaalramee.. sy :And Six From, .boys -
[that a !good man might be secured.W. tation. The matter 'was finally left Adress At Masonic Exercises Saint Cloud Spent The Month At arrives on the scene. 1(\county's greatestassets, that we also : '

J. Steed presented concrete fig- to Commissioner 'George W. Personsto At St. Cloud High School Camp McClellan In Alabama I give up schools, because they: cost tb's'taxpayers fi.I
showing what agent Mrs. F. C. Edwards and son,Franklin that do :..i
11 a county look with advices ko eruse the i money we away ;
I
I would cost the Individual, at a basis back files up of The Gazette to determineupon Several hundred \Citizens of Saint If you want to see. bunch of are back in Kissimmee after a ,with good roads because they, increased -' \ ..

[of $2500 a year, citing figures running dates and get other enlightening Cloud and Kissimmee met at the site Wealthy looking youths who have just i!summer spent in Gainesville 'and Bar- the taxes, and destroy other sigj>*v. ,

from nevcnty-five cents a year for Information which the files might d's- of the new Saint Cloud High School /returned from a month's outing second tow. lof!, progress! and coming prosperity, because -: .>.i

[some of the cattlemen and farmerb close. Monday afternoon in joint observanceof to none in their experience you they involved. expenditure of .

Ito $5.00 d''' year for city property own- t Labor Day and dedicatory servicesof I want to give the double-o to Fred I II LEGION PUSHING I public funds. a :">
He member ofIt the edifice of which the whole I I Attorney Milton'Pleil ( i
rs. appeared as a new Lupfer, F. S. Ledbetter, Alfred Wil- I Prosecuting w
ho committee appointed at Friday: CITY GIVES TO HELPJAPANESESUFFERERS county i Is proud1.' The imp slllv\ I son, John Sanderson, and Clayton er, also. a grower, who, according to :

night's joint met'tlng.of growers and ceremonies of the Masonic Yates. There are six more, in the I PUBLIC PROJECTS his own confession had been'! trying ',I}i ij

hu..i''K; men. 41. C. Stanford spokein followed by an address by fraternitY'1 same boat in Saint Cloud. They have(I |Ito keep still, arose and opened tha .

favor of the appointment of an- Barnett, brought home to :Just finished a month's training at the Committees For DrainageAnd flood gates on a volume of- oratory- '. .f'''

other agent, dwelling on the fact that ed hundreds the significance of Citizen's Military Training Camp at Community House I which was frequently interrupted with .i.,, .., '

fax(' were hard to pay but that they'; Hour After Red Cross Gets institutions In free America. 'I Camp McClellan, at Aniston, Alabama. applause. He illustrated his, belief .

[would be much harder to pay if we Appeal Half Kissimmee's District Deputy Grand Master Leon . And if you ask them where Are Hard At Work'The in the necessity for a county agent by .

friid not have a county agent. Quota Is Subscribed ard "Thornton, of Orlando wasin j they'll' be next August. they'll give : Makin- asking County! Agent Leo H. Wilson;, r 'I
that the
Commissioner R. V. Phillips addressed '-- I charge of the dedicatory ceremonies, you a reply which tends to prove-the announcement and J.'R. Gunn, Smith-Iiugbea instructor : :,

the tax payers present. Ho Kissimmee is ready to help those ,and the corner stone of the new institution old saw that history'repeats.. itself. ,son-Carson Post of the American Leg- ,at Plant City, if they knew all w

laid the impression had gained croplcnce who are unfortunate. This was clearly j i of learning was laid with the F. S. Ledbetter is the proud pos ion would sponsor, and carry throughthe I there i. to know about farming, or It,'

that he was opposed to the appointment demonstrated jTesterday when J. assistance of Masons from Saint Cloud sessor of a gold medal, suspended by necessary steps for a drainage district I j,they'ever would. Both, of course, re-. o i

of a county agent. He denied M. Willson, chairman of the local Red and Kissimmed with :the beautiful the red white, and blue, which was (i and for a community house on :;plied in the negative, and Mr. Pledrer1j '

this, but stated that his position Cross Chapter, received a wire from ritualistic Masonic ceremony. In addition awarded to him as a winner .In the the lakefront, has met with widespread I j affirmed that if these two men, born "',

_had been, and still is, opposed To pay- southern iheadquarteVs, announcing? to a large number of Kissimmee two mile ''relay. It ia a beautiful approval all over the city. Everybody 1 on farm., working on farms, spending .1I

|ing any more for a county agent than the quota expected from KissImmee in members of the fraternity, a great medal and "Beanie" is Justly proud has long realized that a drainage district four years) studying farming, and'
the county is paying at present. He order to meet the Amount expected many citizens of Kissimmee not affiliated of it. He also brought home a marks- would be the making of Osceola .then three years in instructing-farm-::

{expressed himself .favoring a coun- from the state of Florida, to aid theJapanese journeyed, to Saint Cloud to wit- mknship medal., Some of the inside county as a producing section :for en, didn't know it all) and never could'/

ty agent. I sufferers from the recent ness and participate. stuff leaked* out that he was also the' fruit and vegetables, as. well as enhancing that the farmer, who can't take the*:

J There was a large committee pres- 'death dealing earthquake. Major Barnett was presented to recipient of a few, but just a very, the value of pasture land, time from his work to study, has a' '

|tnt from, the city of Saint Cloud to Latest advices show that the deaths make the address of the day, by Sam few, little marks which the ossifers''' and the actual beginning of Wdrk ', smaTT chance of learning what he :, '

further, urge the appointment of uu from this| greatest of disasters have Brammar, of the county and local 'at the camp placed to his credit whenhe which will make that drainage district needs to know-' H.: C. Stanford. M.

agent, and a great many'growers been probabjy underestimated, and school board. Mr. Brammar expressed got interested one day at the scenery a reality has caught the popular I I D.Casler-M. W. Eby, C. Schinerer,

from different sections of the county. that between three and four hundred. the just pride of Saint Cloud in the passing by instead of his targeton fancy, and inspired new hope in the and others spoke in favor of a county'

(Chairman E. L. D. Overstreet, following thousand map, women, and children, occasion which had brought that large the rifle range. Five little demerits growers who have sometimes lost agent, and when the question was put

Mr.- Stanford's speech, asked the were killed in the awful catastrophe. audience together. Major Barnett,'taking -don't amount to much, how- their labors and produce because ofan to .a vote, everybody voting favored ,

Vommlttees to all retire so that .the Hundreds of thousands of others are up the thought' emphasized the ever, when a fellowbrings\ home a i ill timed rain. The tiling program,I I urging the county commissioners to', r

'oard could consider the matter in ex- threatened withstarvation and pesti fact that despite the just pride in couple of medals I Anyhow, he'a hu which carries on, and the campaign immediately get another county: ,agent, "

cntive session, and promised to re. lence. The American Red Cross, "the the beginning' of the edifice, l''for the drainage district are working 1 t except; the two who had expressed .

ort on their action in five minutes. greatest mother of them all" with it. how much greater was the man.Oh, yea, then there was one of the hand in hand as the people are, to themselves against it. 'Mtf. Ganretf

lie asked' the representative of The usual promptness, Jumped into the pride in the school itself, and in the 'bunch who was it T Anyhow he found bring about an unprecented spurt of then won.the admiration of everyone 4

azette toremain.; In executive ses- work of rescue; All over the Unit- things for which that school stood.' out that if one happens to be a bit agricultural endeavor which the' accomplishment In the room by: stating that since those

ion the board immediately voted toIngage ed States, local chapters went to work, "Had I the authority." said the ma. Jate when the bugle toots' for early I of these plans will make present so overwhelmingly favored a". ."

another county agent at. theame raising money to alleviate the.suffer- jor, "I would cause to be inscribed upon morning exercise it's) a good plan to continuous.W. county agent, he was with them and'

figure "which had been"the sal- ng. the front of this magnifieent cover up :your feet if tho-rest of :your J: Steed chairman of the Mak- would appar before the,county, commI..loaen "

Iry of Mr. Wilson, and with the same Twenty thousand dollars is the building; where 'all would eee four whereabouts are concealed .They say I fawn-Carson.. Drainage Committee to urge the immediate ap-- 't .

rrsngement'asto,, ear and expenses. quota Florida will raise to lend as her great words the four words which Alfred Wilson can testify: that ,it with hia i'''fellowcommitteemen, Dr.Jpolntment t!: of one. Mr. Lupfer, from

hey:
f tea Tarlous s'committees"' In" matter small compared to that, but that lathe institutions and the spirit of bide his head. ,. 1/. +\, .their' hands .full "In getting '.of '
f' personnel,.and voted ,to+* employn. -quota assigned KIsaimmee .Mr. America itself. These., words'would vVThe. ,: boys .were, enthusiastic over- ,necessary details .but of the way: the"1(I"that .is the kind of spirit which-Ls. the!

R.: Guns, of Plant City, /or the ,Wfflson was; in the office of The Gas. !show this, and succeeding generations their'month's'outing, and only: regret;,fore'; an active;-,'more apectacuUr, nwldna- of pe.ola.eounty.*' ? ''i

ear,September, 1923; to September. ette a.few r minutes'after;>o'got'the; 'what,this'school ....nd.for. These that nor of the Kissimmee and Saint'''(on;:may.'be made:,,' U'is'neceasaryfor June R. Gunn,'vocational agrieultorntnitraclo -,,, r'.
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'; 1924 :thU'lppointmenl to' take *fct wire. ;':yesterday morning;'and this\"paPer word are Freedom, ;;.Truth.' :.Justice, Cloud boys didnt :got j' j along They r : : }' them to p, throughInnumerablerecords }; Lt HUlsboroagh; High' ,

.as 'soonTac;' Mr;Gonn 'should,aept asked the'privilege of calling the and Religiony :mot . wntin look for.a, good 'bll'.lne...... In the to findent: ?who' the,owners ''School Plant City who had been inv y

;'and get-oq'the'Job. '; attention of the community,to the need .W., love;:' our: country";he; : number next year. They, drilled from are of.the twelve thousand acres comprising < vited to attend tha meeting,was called.npravFwr n
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Tho*.,board, was) ;a..ured.by'' Pat /or:,'raUlnglf undsu.; itgcareely bad I be ned,' "or we would not be Here to-day.: -till'11SO in the morning, and In'the' ',the, proposed dealnage 'district few minutes 'Mr4'Gunn: :;

hna n.' .,.-.fortbo, board' that gone when'.tle-telepboae rang- ? ,and We'won.not. haves:ahowtt reverence afternoon had,all kinds of'sport and .mtter .which petition Jto "the spoke, and+when he bad' finished eVerybody -< ash

hough h..contrast'would bo made 3f ./.rO.P., Taw askedSrhat: Kls lmI for tho flag,: nor-'reverence'for. that study,' (They found more athletic and'', county, commissioners" moat be"'presented -. 'fat 'the roomwar. eonyineadlrtlut

.al rear/ttispp>> lnteeeould, ,: bt I mee -was- doing to help.', '}When r,toldplansrwars national anthem.; Menu'also sine general instruction,than strictly,"wHU algned by Owners of a'majority?. he- knew'what he.u, ia&hte'',."S',

[missed :prior'.to;:that,time Jn' ease' ''I *(rjbe$ .' o raise..;aWontfous4Na Ame ey'singIJOethyroe15;' : i ikt7." of..r:7'the acreage or'by a majority of._the _about. ln-th strawfcerry.and, tyaddaa:*
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'" FLORIDA FRUITS NOW is shown d the; manufacturing; MERCHANTS'' PRAYERA "Lord, I want You to specially; remember lof my lying friends without any o: .A southerner wag telling an' -Ert ;
centers. Till farmer generally have, the fellow who comes Into the other trimmings You may have to liahmaa 'that famous story abed f

HAVE A, REPUTATION not been,making money..-god the effect have merchant uttered friend the following of our. ""claims prayer,19' my store and buys my grub, prcouisr. offer. But if You' can purge their lyJng ,George ,taking ,a hack at the eherrj,
and asks that It be published souls and them Into condition tree,
Citrus Officfal Look'For Extra Good is noticeable throughout thbusiness, ing to pay me on Saturday evening/ whip' i
Market This Year And Is Insistent fabric .of the sections In which the "0 Lord! thou knowest my .trial: knowing full well I shall never Bee j where they will welcome the "You see that old coloredTnianT
.. On Rate AdjustmentsJust agricultural interests is paramount, and'tribulations., Many times' I think him again. Have mercy on the fete! truth back into their' consciences,like he a.ked.

)Ir, Skelly regards as a ,good start! my burdens are greater than I can low who comes into my store swearing j' long-lost brothers would be glad' to "Yea," replied the Englishman.,
returned (rom a tour' pi f the the 'recent upturn in. the prices being bear. Sometimes, 0' lArd, I almost; / he Is the best friend I have on meet them, over here, take each one "G orge .took a hack at-the cheaT*'
larger northern markets, F. L.- Sklly realizctLjn the leading markets lose faith in my fellowman, my -country ( earth; t.hat.he, is drumming trade for: ,lot j them by-the'hand and say, '..ThanI tree and that ''old, fellow drove .th.
of Orlando, manager of the American) for California Valencia oranges, whk'i and my God." .Forgive me for my me all over the face of the globe, and I God, there will be no more lying and hack," 'said the southerner.And .
Fruit Grower, Is of the opinion that I for some time previously had not weakness of faith and spirit. buys my.. goods and walks away .to skinning as long as eternity lasts I the Englishman went around
Florida grown oranges and grapefruit been obtaining the close attention ol But 0 Lord, I come to you tonight parts unknown. Remember the fellow | "Finally! 0 Lord, I want to say all day, telling about the old dupe! ;
"tan higher today in the, opinion of the trade. tit the end of -a hard day's work in who comes Into my >tore with that If your 'books are in the ,ante Who ,drove the hanaome cabr-Atlui.
the fruit handling! trade than at anytime 1 He has not: changed his mind in the" my store, in the Interest of my custo I, tears in his eyes', telling me his wifa ''shape that ,mine are, they are in an ,ta Journal .
in the history of the industry I slightest as to the" absolute necessityfor mess I cannot, for the life of 1111"'j" and babies are starving for want of :lawful /fix. Please forgive me for the ---..
Jiere t The continued improvement in Florida growers and shippers ,not sec how they can make the grade on I my grub, enlists my sympathy by 'things I say when I look through
"c , .. ..........1' :rading and" packing practices which; I only forestalling the proposed increase that last 'and awful day. I know bragging on my kind-heatedness" << gets I mine; and remember them no mora ROBS CALOMEL OF
0' has featured the last few/ years Tins I in refrigeration' charges, luujiepefttcd 'und Thou knowest, that some 6T I my goods, and when pay-day comes, against;\ me. Amen." Cartersvill
made many friends whore previouslythere in no uncertain language" his them are the biggest{ gang of I'liars ] blows in his kale on his favorite boit-4: .Tribune-News. NAUSEAM)
was a tendency to ,distrust there! 'previously expressed" belief that trio unhung. They lie to me about'pay' ) ;logger 1 leaving me to gaze on another<< r = 1 DANGER
insist ments" they lie to me about\ their]monument on ledger." Lord, be WILL NAME POST FOR IIARDING
:Florida products.The | time" ii now ripe for Florida l ; my
present dependability; of t the I upon obtaining) a readjustment-f" crops; they lie to me about prices, 'especially merciful to the farmer who r A new post of the American Legionin Medicinal prored -Virtues Dangerous Retained and ,,
leading Florida packs has, in his ,I freight rates" on citrus fruits, wh;(:', und they" lie to me about their bu.'i-, j!comes into my store, bragging on Washington{ will\ be named in honor Qualities Removed and $SickenlnV
opinion, won friends. among the trade will permit of their distributon ove" ness. his crop, telling me" he has the finest<< ;of former President Ijarding, according let Called "Calotabn."V
t which are of equal value to the army'I'I a large porton of the country at I'll "Lord; I am fond of them) in a way. prospects he ever had 111 his life, when to announcement of Legion of fie. The latest triumph of ,
of consumers who have made the acquaintance -Mmes' of the year when shipping;\ i i.-. They" have \lied to me 1 so many times, he knows good and well the boll weevil I ials. The. post will be formed from la a "dnau..<-ated" calomel modern mrl.lablrt*' !
of Florida grapefruit iii ,oranges though the advertising! of |;I Fruit Glowers' Inc, will exL-it itself: sensation is actually\ becoming pleas have cleaned" up everything on the department of commerce. medlcliica thus enter upon used) a wld.e ot all'
the principal shippers.' "' Thus Klori'la: lto''; the ulinost to do its part: in bringing ant. I honestly" believe\ that I could his place. Under the legion's constitution, no ed neld from of popularity.those objectionable-purlrted and rrafl.'

.r I citrus fruits now are able to obtain >i I about such a readjustment" just a>- not rest well" at night) were I not lied | "Lord, the difTl'I'pnt'arieti('" of post may be named for any living per- which In blllouaneae.have heretofore. limited qualities Its !.... '
the fullest! appreciation of the coi.ruming ,- promptly as' possible. to, cussed, and, skinned during the liars and skinners who come into My son. Two posts of the veterans' organization ache, and. Indication constipation and In ,a h......,
public to which their uniform I IJ. -- --..--- day. 1 beseech Thee to take firm hoM store are: too- numerous to mention. have been named for variety' of liver, tomnch and kldney'great
<< presidents troubles calomel waR the
4 juiciness" and !superior quality r-ntitl.1 o WSI.KY:;; MADE A l'H11'Ph11'.1C111Ei"I'.1N : on me and prevent me becoming n Thou knowest them) by nann1, number in the capitol city, George Cut remedy, but It. use waR most often sueoee flag..
them. I : ; hardened criminal.! I have associatedso and grade, und I ask \ u to tee Washington and Theodore Roosevelt Idea Ivrted on Now account It I. of the Its.a.I.I e''kenlngqual.' "'
General; lniiiics< conditions must! of ._ long\ with liars I lying, and! skinnini, member them individually: and!! colfeelively. posts The former was first called pleaaant of medicines to take and oJi
, in I Alvin national commander catch these, Calotab at bedtime with a .walio. .?!
urF" largely affect the 'leciptiun) I Owsley. I actually myself doing t the "Peishing Post," but a national! water.-that'. all.' No taateV '
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the markets of the conning season' < f the American Legion/: lia" beet things. I| "Ivint 1 you also O Lord, to remember ruling made the change of name imperative. nldht'B plnn. no ajeep; nau and sea.theonettlmornin Ifrl.
large citrus" roj.s from both Kloiid.i' 'adoptt by the tribe of ('h ppt'WIi l'i- "My: wife fii--t noticed this tends' m v the) drummer who conies into are feting fine with a clean liveryoa
..iid/ ('uhf 01"111:1.': 11 I r. Ski-lly, 1 imports I dians :"i< a ihk'flun.) The cciemonyI in me to lie. She" says! I nm not t t'v- my store with a smile on his f ,'" Legion men at work recruiting the what purliled you system plea.e.and No a big dinner appetite, Eat
.. that throughout the large! manufurf I |pen formed byI band of ]Indians man 1 she married. 1 pray Thee, O a yard wide, lying about everythn.eiibove new post, declared that it wil.e\) ...Cnlptab. are sold only In original
f luring centers, 1 business conditionsare fi, om the Couderay Indian 1 iei>rvatio; i Lord with Thy great )power, to knot. \It' the earth, on I the earth, :'ndi I named after President Harding 'h'u for" <-d the packaKe.large, family price tl> y.ve wnti.
generally excellent. There is nc> ;near I !"Superior Wisconsin. After t.e! this lying and, skinning ]propositionout beneath the enith. Thou knowest 1hear 1 represented the highest type of American centa. for the email 'trial package alme. ;To.r.
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unemployment situation in sight:) unless lamii-nt: ceremony of adoption, fol1oI' ,,. of me in older that I may brooir.' \ no ill will toward the drummer" II because! he gave his life for his druggist price a. a la guarantee authorised that to you refund will tha
it shall he created, through ttriki < :!: "! by that of making the legion le"..I-It .I1' the) innocent nnd trusting soul I was They have lied to me" and skinned m<> | '. thoroughly delighted with CalotabL b._
country, just' as surely as did any I'o (Adv.)
tt or labor disputes. 'Vagare ex'cl! I' ('t I a "brave," he was raided to the .lr-' when she first ,roped :and hog-tied me 1 so much, I expect nothing else w hen | dier" in the trenches.
lent in almost all manufactui ing/: industries fgree of chieftain" and given the wane against m}' will. I see one of thorn. I have
and employees are prosperous. of Chief Na-Naw-Ong-ga-lie:; ) in E"g11i :- "Lord, You Know and I know, I thai confidence in Your power, but abs"lut"j lr) Rufus B. von KleinSmid, president PURI.IC IITENoonAPIIElJESSIE
On the other" hand, the middle I; "Heautifying Bird.. The) n t rc'mony 1 am not c-ntiily to blame for this: to say now that You will have n of he University of Southern I '
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west and the western part of the WHS in conjunction with the i"i- moral condition. I have associated! so butch job with these birds., California, was recently Installed as D. KLEINMANJIJSTICK
rountry, where the principal dependence !i Ilu'al' convention of the )legion in Wisconsin long I{ with a gang' of lying and skir- "Lord, I know that heaven" is not Master of the newly organized JamesA. OF PEACKHANDUKS
is upon agriculture! not eTiibit \ at which Commander" I Ov ,)l"Vwas ning customers my out has ceisn'l: l fitted up with liars., It will be h"1\- Garfield Masonic Lodge in Los I ALL CLAIMS

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SCHOOL. LUNCHROOM ::: IAXAL BAND PLAYERS I REV. MILLER SAYS AU REVOIR 1

? WITH "HOLLYWOOdy .STAR. I TO'HIS.FRIENDS' IN KISSIMMEE Pertaining To'' Churches I[
On Tuesday noon,. September 11, ..

the school lunch 'rOom will be ready Press advertisements of "Holly- i Wednesday, September. ., 1923, METHODIST CHURCH Rubber StampsWe :

for service. Wood featuring' the "kings and My DeFrlendl: ., "
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This successful institution begins queens of movledom" are playing up'I'I' Parting is sad, but inevitable.. DurIng Rev.. W. C. Norton,: Pastor. /

)ts fifth with indicationthat my ministry of the two last summers Sunrise
year every the work of' Luke Cosgrave" the 7:00 a. m<- .Prayer. are prepared to take orders for kind
ancient any
the same standard of efficiencywill I have strived to serve you; to Meeting in Bungalow. .

be maintained that has characterized actor who has the,role of Joel : keep_.ever before us the hope; 'of salvation ;- 9:45: a. m.--Sunday school.. J. L. of Rubber Startups} Dates or Pads' .

other years. I Whitaker. ''They briefly tell of his through Him.. In this service I Overstrect; superintendent. .
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Mrs. W. L. Paulk 'and Miss Nellie birth in Ireland, his career In Kansas have been 'happy. and have enjoyed 11:00 a. m.-preachln& by' pas c
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Best are the managers. 'Miss Best City;Utah, and other points, in which ''every'' moment spent !In Kissimmee.. I tor. ... Kissimmee Valley; Gazette''
7:00 Senior devotional
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has been conneeted.wlth' the lunch the made himself famous in "Damon like this dear city of ours and love .service.p.

room since its opening day four years and Pythias." you who make !it. I thank you all, for !8:00: p. m.-Preaching.. by the pas KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA -. w

ago. Her ability, faithfulness. and I I All of which would be of no particular your cooperation and kindness extended tor.

unfailing interest has had much to do I I I interest to Klssimmee people me while' here;which I deeply 8:00 p. Wednesday. Prayer

;with the success* of the work, and I,lit it were not for the approaching appreciate, and of which I trust I I Meeting.

Mra. Paulk, aside from 'her well dramatic production to be given by the have proved myself worthy. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'GROWERS AND BUSINESS MEN Restaurant: Man Didn't

known culinary ability, la always a I([drama players of the[ Kisslnimee Concert If there is any one thing that I OF TWO .OSCEOLA COUNTY .

gracious hostess to the lunch room I Band. The cast for "Sweetest would like to leave with you it I.I is Rev., J.: A. Sutton, D. D., Pastor. t CITIES CO-OPERATE Eat His! Own I food

patrons. I j.Girl in Dixie," to be given at the Ca- I the incomputable, unsurpassed, and Dr. Sutton closes his work in Kis-

The management committee desire ('ulno theatre on the nineteenth of this ;undying commandment of our. Lord, simmee with the middle of September Continued from r are One) "It's .*. tough for restaurant:
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the of the I j month Includes two people who play- "that ye love one another." God give The present Rave
to 'emphasize importance Instead of the last, as was pre game. growers began man to stomach trouble.' My customers ,
value of milk to the growing child. I i'ed with tb.'much heralded Luke Cos- you strength to walk the righteous uslj! ..arranged. The work in Or- shooting questions at him and tho were always telling, me I ought

The ten cent lunch includes a glass I,I grave, in his famous "Damon and paths ,of life and impart to you of ,,1111I00 demands his personal attentionand efficient Gunn fired back the answers. to eat in a good restaurant: The fact

of pure wholesome 'milk and it is Pythias. His undying love. he feels as if he owes it to tho lie didn't do it with a'"know it all" was I couldn't eat a thing that didn't

(hoped, that every child will accept It. I|I William Triplett, well known to You who are in Christ, God bless new work to be on the field. attitude, but in a manner which was tore bloat helped'me me up: and,. no I medicine tried ,or doe- '
isnota moneymaking .Klssimmee people through his direct- you in your. great work of seekingand and demonstrated : everything, '
The lunch room An amicable adjustment with the extremely convincing clearly recommended and at last Mayr's.
business but aher welfare. ;'4ng and playing in the former band teaching the lost. You who are' Church here has been reached whereby that he did know a whole Wonderful Remedy, and I assure youI

The Mothers' Club committee. most play and that of the American Legion, out of Christ, in love, 1 ask you to the pastor saves the Church a half :ot. When. he replied to a questionIn didn't have to look any furtheYl'

heartily extends its appreciation to I j I had an interesting career with Mr. ceek the Lord for in Him is happiness month's.salary and he is not the loser, the affirmative, or in the negative, Since" taking it I have been a well
commissioners the Cosgrave. Years that finished everlasting.Your. I he didn't there. He man. ,It is a simple, harmless prep- *
the county city ago He will speak at both services next stop explainedjust aration that removes the catarrhal
commission!' and the local school actor gave Mr. Triplett! much of the friend and Brother Sunday. Morning subject: "Paul's why answered the way he did. mucus from the intestinal tract and, a

tees for rent which they tru'-I I work which contributed to his suc ALLEN J. MILLER Parting Words to His .Church in Cotflith His remarks were extremely helpfulto allays the inflammation which causes .

their budget even before the request 'cess. Later on Mr. Cosgrave playeJ MASONIC SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION I ," and in the evening: "The Mak- the growers present, especially practically all stomach;. liver and'in... "
was made, and for their assistance on '' all over the middle west under Mr.Trlplett's ing of a Life." those growing strawberries or plan- testinal ailments, including appendi !
FINISHED THURSDAY citis. One dose will convince or money ,
t.hp milk expense. j i management. By a strange The above plan was suggested by ning to do so. refunded. J. Z. Roberson, and Y

There are many kindly deeds done (coincidence another member of the Orange. Blossom Lodge Number 80, Dr. Sutton to benefit the Church in a In opening the meeting, President druggists everywhere. d

Kissimmee, unheralded and unung. I Legion and Band players cast also F. and A. M., has been conducting a financial way. Earl Lupfer spoke of the plans for -. ,

The other day it was learned, I played with Mr. Cosgrave. Allison school of instruction at Fraternity the coming season. lie said the first as county agent/th e meeting adjourned w

8ut ro=a, that the Presbyterian Bible ;,r. French, who will essay the comedy Hall this week on Tuesday, Wednesday PRESBYTERIAN"CHURCH effort, in the strawberry game, wouldbe to partake of the hospitality of Mr. .

d la' s monthly supplies lunch room I role In "Sweetest Girl In Dixie," and Thursday, under direction of Rev. W. H. Drench D. D., Pastor to see that all the local grower and Mrs. U. J. Burrows, and ate sandwiches .

hkeb to some children in their played "Pythias" opposite Mr. Cos- Walter Scott, of Sebring, member of who had strawberry plants for sale drank lemonade, and talked,

'hool-children whose mother is no !I grave's' "Damon,"and "Valentine" the Grand Lodge Committee on Work. .9:45 B. Shaver a. m.-Sunday, superintendent.school. Prof.D. got a market for them. The Growers progress. "M
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longer en earth to do for her little\1>11'. Cosgrave's "Mephisto" in Three sessions have been held each 11:00 a. m.--Sermon by the pastor. would again secure plants for anyone I

one S. I'["Faust," in a Y. M. C./A. dramatic'clubin of these days and the Masonic frater- Subject: "The Eternal Pursuit." desiring them, either northern or II I DEATH OF MISS BETH BRYAN t

Truly! not what we have but what Salt Lake City and other Utah nity has been greatly benefited by 4:00 p. m.--Junior Christian En Florida grown. The association will Miss Bessie
23 old
Bryan,
\M -tare makes the joy of living.C. points, more than a decade ago. Mr. Scott's instruction. deavor. operate on a cash basis this year, and years ,
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died last night in local
J. F. During rehearsals for the Legion I The week's'activities in Masonry 8:00 p. m.-Sermon by the pastoi. will in every way endeavor to save a hospital after

play some time ago a chance remark I have, continued since Monday. Fallowing Subject: "Our Soul's Diet." the grower money and make him mon : an Illness of only a few days. She

lU':INESS AND PROFESSIONAL brought out the fact that both Mr. the laying of the corner stone 7:00 p. m.-Christian Endeavor ey. Growers who want plants! should was the daughter of Mrs. J. H. Bryan -
matron at the woman's
WOMEN WILL MEET TUESDAY ("ilplett and Mr. French had worked Monday afternoon at Saint Cloud,the meeting. leave their orders, and their checks, camp at
8:00 m.-Wednesday. Prayer the city farm, and resided at 314 East
with Mr. Cosgrave, who was an old Master's degree was conferred Mon p. with Secretary' Burrows, of the Cham- ,

';.e regular September business man then, and they discussed him and day night upon Murray Overstreetand meeting.Visitors will find a cordial welcometo ber of Commerce, who, by arrangement Third street. Besides-her mother she

1'ie'Unjr of the Business and Professional wondered if he still lived. Now Mr. Elmer J. Fehr. Tuesday evening a home-like church.CHRISTIAN with that body, is also actingas |s survived by three sisters Misses

Women's Club will take place Cosgrave has reappeared in stardomand the Fellow-craft degree was conferred secretary for the Growers, and Sarah, Cleon and Bertha 'Bryan and

next Tuesday night, September 11, at two of his former associates will upon Donald S. McKay, and on Wed- CHURCH their wants will be speedily attendedto. brother, Joseph Bryan, all of this city.., j
the Chamber of Commerce at 8 10:00 Bible School. C. E. The arrangements for the funeral are
appear together in KisBlmmco two nesday night, by special dispensationfrom a. m.- .
oVIock. The usual supper will be weeks hence.Australian. the Grand Master of the State Yowell, superintendent. Mr. Lupfer asked W. R. Collins in charge of the Seashore funeral part
6:45 n. m.-Christian Endeavor. lors, and are to be announced later.-
dispensed with at this meeting, the Mr. McKay received his Master's de who has been over much of the state
I teachers to teach in 8:00 p. m.-Wednesday. Prayer Times-Union. ;
time being set for a later hour. gree. Meeting. recently, what the outlook for fall
Canadian schools while The deceased lived for
Canadian lady s.
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Among other matters of business We welcome you to worship. withus. crops and strawberries is and Mr. Collins !- young >
the question of a community houso teachers take their places.in Australia On the Range said so far as he was able to learn : a number. ;years at 423 Church
will be discussed with committeemen are arriving from Sydney. Sever Exasperated Sergeant (to recruit at .street, Kiasimmee, which was at thai
there did not to be
as big an
from the Makinson-Carson post of the Canadian teachers, under this ex- the firing point): "Do you know how ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH as usuaJrthis appear , !n' Plant time the family home., Her many

American Legion, which has asked all change scheme, hive left for Australia. to take a half sight!" 11:00 a. Communion Services. City acreage and other sections year, chiefly be. friends here will be deeply.grieved to i

organizations to express their views This exchange of teachers is to Recruit: Yes, sir. 'Rev. Dr. Hodge, of Orlando. cause of the unfavorable and wet sea learn of her untimely death ....t<.4> .
give them an idea of conditions'In Sergeant "Did ever. a'fine ,
on the subject. : you see 8:00 p. m.-Evening Prayer.
sons. Inverness is going in heavy tor .
SCANDALOUS BEHAVIOR
other dominions and so bring the nations sight?" 8:00 p. Wediesday: Litany ,

The Masons of North Carolina gave of the British Empire into closer Recruit: "Yes, sir. and prayers., .Choir practice follows."* eggplant. ..of. four and men peppers planting; one fifty combination acre Sam came to work' rather lat*.

18? concerts during the last year for: touch. Many educators favor the Sergeant: "What's the finest. sight CHRIST'S CHURCH: Center "1'. been to ,Bill Williams'-fun,"
of and of
the benefit of the Masonic orphanage idea of exchanging teachers east and: you 'ever caw?" (Pentecostal) peppers Hill will have twenty its usual eggs.large - he explained, "and; boss, dat'was some'
of that state. About $26,000 was west, and north and south !in this Recruit: "A boatload of sergeants Corner Brack and Oak Streets ac funeral He wui: de 'popularest'man*
Everywhere said Mr. Collins,
realized.! country. being! sunk."-Sound Off. reage. aroun'' heah '
an' I mean' wss'givin"
School. I we
10:00 a. m.-Sunday the Growers, shippers, and buyers are
11:00 a, m. -, Preaching service I looking for a decidedly favorable mar- him some funeral;. everfbody'frUm'

7:00 p. m. -';Young,People's meet- I ket in the north this winter. He said 'miles aroun' came to: it We lad '.
ing.' drum an' a brass band, and flowers
the outlook war excellent and he fell
7:45 p. m_Preaching Service I tremendously encouraged.. My' goodness| It look lack some' 4

7:45 p.. m. Thursday: Prayer meet- 'Mr. Lupfer called upon Allison flower garden done bust open and

[ &) ing.' Praise'and Testimony. French to speak of the plans of the local -.scattered flowers all ober eberything;

I'I'Paint ::30 p. m.-Friday. Women's Bible post of the American Legion regarding but-you know' dat nigger;' he'.'did.ack k
t 1 CUs. Mrs. L. B. lligdon in charge. the proposed drainage dis scandalous. Fact is, I nebber seed
Communion service first Sunday anybody act so bad at dar funeral.
each month. Foreign offering trict. W. J. Steed is chairman of the
Missionary "Acted scandalous?" asked the
taken second Sunday each Legion committee on drainage, but
boss. "What did he do?"
month at service. detained
evening was unavoidably till later, by
Come, pray, Believe. Everybody In. business. Mr. French told of the determination "Lawd, Boss," said Sam, "he kicked ,
de lid offen de coffin.
vited.
of the legionnaires to put
I "Kicked the lid off the coffin! Did
R
the district which
and Varnish ProductsDestruction THE PIPING COSTS had through been discussed drainage at the Chamber of I they go on and bury him {
Sam shook his head *
The colored minister had just con- Commerce and with the county commissioners doubtfully.
.* Then said "How'd I know "_Ex
III ?
: -
J. .. ll.. cluded a powerful sermon on "Salva- in the section surroundedby

'' tion Is Free," and was announcingthat Lake Tohopekaliga, Mill Slough, change.

'frelJen / a collection would be taken. Up the Orange county line, and Shingle Make hay-while the sun shines. If

jumped a brother in the back of the Creek. He said the legionnaireswould it doesn't shine, make hay anyway. 7
church. "If dis here salvation am circulate the petitions for a

I mMlrrolae free," he interrupted, "what's de use preliminary survey and do everythingIn 666 quickly relieves Constipation

payin' for It? I'se gwine to gib you their power to bring the issue to Biliousness; Head: "
nuthin' till I find out. Now-" an early vote as to a bond issue, after -

1 lIi lIiI "Patience, brudder, patience," said the survey shall have been com- aches. Colds'. and. Lagrippel" ,

r the parson. "1'11 illustrate. Supposing pleted and the cost ascertained. The -.. .. -
... you wus thirsty and came to a Legion Post considers the drainage
I river. You could kneel right down district the most important issue now e

and l drink, just so, couldn't you, and before the people of the county, as up.

I III I III! It would cost you nuthin', would It?" on it is largely contingent the prosper-

I "Ob course not. Dat's just whut ity of the county. lie urged the thorough
,
r-" co-operation of everyone in or s
I lI "Dat water would be free continued section w r a
r der that this may as soon as '
the parson. "But supposing you possible come into its own as a pros nN.Ia1eN
wus to have dat water piped to your perous producing section. The Mak o

house. You would hab to pay, would'tyou inson-Carson Legion Drainage Committee 1917 IoW I/a11aW ,.
CollisionsBy .
?" consists of W. J. Steed, chair-

"Yas, nah, but--" man, and Dr. H. S. Geiger and Jun < f I1
II the Thousands "Well, brudder, salvation am free, Miller.A THIS chart: dem- .

sI ii but it is de' having it piped to you i : J. Geiger, Smith Hughes in 1 onstrates_ 'thatyduretmorequality t''

Head-on collisions-broadside collisions dat you gotter pay for. Pass de hat, structor in agriculture at Saint If

-blunt edged and Sharp edreddentinKlourlnap1interinK' sexton".Weatherford (Tex.) Herald. Cloud High School, briefly responded for loss money when

to an invitation to speak to the you .buy Goodyear. i
Anezel Temple, the Shrine organization ' 111
t
and promised co-operation In : T.areooayearaae It' '
growers
AH through your house there are of the City of Mexico, is mak- 0 r
any way he might be of assistance. He today for Yl% less (I" ,
chairs into for
accidentally crashing ing preparations a unique cere- Z
a *
G has been on the ground but a short than in 1920; 30% ,
\ woodwork scarring your baseboards ; monial this fall. The candidates for 'k'
1 i time and'has been familarizing him- leas than in 1914
and the initiation will be taken to the top of .
disfiguring room.
1 t'll >
soil and other conditions in
I self with And their quality
the Pyramid of the Sung one of the ,
'll I / l Devoe Paint and Varnish Products ra r famous architectural curiosities, a few the. county. has' b steadily c cimproved

I 1 are shock absorbers. They fend off d. miles outside the City of Mexico; Tho Walter Coble, who is connected f",their suiperiority sit', car
1. with the N. C. and St. L. railroad, as l'
; 'rte the crashes from the fibre of the !3 r pyramid was built by an ancient rao ,is beyond 1(1-,'
ll li wood and add cheerfulness and of which no other record has been surd the growers that pooled carlot questjon. This is a

/ t beauty to the home. 4a found. The edifice is a remarkableand shipments are' perfectly satisfactoryto good time to. buy.'
-
the. railroads. The bad been
report
i' Goodyears. '
t2 eloquent monument to the genius i H'
Marble Floor Fin 'Var. Mirro'ac current that a number of different A
of this ancient people. Special trains ,. "
ttJf -t
Holland Enamel fj1fi + growers could not put their, producein j A.; I C..Iy:: a.r h.. $;st sq'', R .
a( r will be run from cities !in the United "..,... r.' MM ,r." -
States to Shriners Ito' this meet the same car, consigned to different 'J _. ..._ G_"" ........ *1 ,
W. B MAKINSON carry "r.i. . }
CO. houses' : Coble c < 4w./N Alf. ;
.....\ ... .rl abr. ,G i, '. unusual ceremony. Mr: saidthisTrcouldbs: ,,) ........ r..... .,....... '
j,, rtor r Kissimmee Florida eev.eAO..sVariebD.vsersI.Ist done;provided.. 'course.'lha't all 'eonsigneeVwWsMn ea.a.114-p...d .d ,
+k a..w
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+ RATHER;
aFkMflWebV. _011ad ... 1. ; n.X11, \ she; blnsh 4-'a blush of maiden pink "'rec ntfy'had"prepared"five aere* :> ; ; : .
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_ 11 rocs KIS3IMME8 V VALLEY GAZETTE. 'FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7'., IIW .


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t OKEECIIOBEE CITY LAUNCHES NO SCHOOLS ARE' "GOOD: LEGIONS FOUNDS CHAIR OF .
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t K1SSIMHEEVALLEYGAZEJTEBUBLISHBD A BIG' BUILDING CAMPAIGN: ENOUGH" HISTORY: AND PATRIOTISM -' ,"

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BT What Js probably the greatest '' It II impossible to progress without Establishment of an American Legion dt1e.? ,
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KIS8IMMEB VALLEY GAZETTE! Ans\Qep. .
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EVERY FRIDAY building schema in the h's'ory of change. Therefore, .to fight change, chair of history and patriotism' at : '
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\ KI881MMEE. FLORIDA. Southern Florida was begun 'here this on the ground that "what was goo'J Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon ,- ..

y W. -B. HARRIS _____.___..,.-President' week on the arrival of more tban'three enough for my father is goad: enough is regarded by national officla's Very often we are asked in what form
B. Q. VANS AaNRW..........8ecrrtary train loads of lumber, brick; for me" is but to say "there can be of the veterans' association as one of "tnoney ..
ALLISON T. FRKNCHEditor I other build in the most of .should be parried by persons going abroad. ..
; : stone, concrete and !& no more progress. towards anything significant developments '!"
I SUIIflCRIPTION, HATBS materials together with an etl',nated better. What is best." the organization's policy of Ameri
"
One Copy One Ycr--..,,-..."_.__.$$1.00 was, American',Express Travelers S ':
One Copy, Six Month........... 1.00 vanguard of over 200 masons, mo.chanlcs The schools! our fathers attended canism. Founding of-the cpurse wh t
,,' On. Copy Three Month.......-___ .60 and building laborers. The 'were thebeat the times could produce recommended by legion workers in Cheques-that's our ,, :

(Entered at th. 'postofflce at' Klsslm men and .equipment (reported ito a The schools we attended were belter the Pacific- Northwest,' and was madi answer because those ....

.\ m..... Florida. as ...con4-lla.. matter.) score of contractors who have been schools. Now, the "little red schoolhouse possible through the generosity ofMrs. Cheques are as good as .tELLE

All communication except from!authorised awarded contracts to erect office ," often little more than a hut, Robert L. McCormack, of Tac- gold anywhere travelers "f" '
correspondents must be signed -
by the writer buildings stores, and homes-.In. and with benches and a self-sacrificing ma, Washington long a loyal friendto J go; because they protecttravelers' '
Rejected matter will bo returned It around Okeechobee City, the ex-service men. A $60,000 .
called (or. teacher, who did her bestwith poor funds against I
--- ,j In addition to several residence equipment, Is giving way to the modem building is now in process of construction loss because they .

I{ Foreign. Advertising;*nr entetlve | 'now being erected in various parts ofOlreeehobee rural school, with good equipment, and an additional gift of $50,000 ; areselfIdentifying

THEAMER.1CANPRES: ASSOCIATION I I contracts have been sign- better educated' teachers and more assures the permancy of the chair. A :, and can

... FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1923 I led for the construction of more than ample curriculum. With the coming!: further endowment will be undertaken be cashed only by the .

50 additional homes with a demand of better means of transportation. by the legion.. original purchaser and

WHAT HAS FLAGGED US? ;that is now said to require the completion more children attend country schools Field work by legion and school because in the neat lit

of over 200 homes here before and for longer periods. As good Yoads. authorities to investigate Industrial tle leather wallets in

1 All over Florida the cities aregrowing1. the coming tourist season is over. i are extended school facilities must unrest has been an outgrowth of the l\

Moat of them are going forward "1 have engaged more than one be extended to keep pace with the course Its success is expressed by one which they are issued 4-

very rapidly. Some are doing hundred mechanics to rush the new increased demand. Good roads everywhere employer wno ecently sa1
,o in a more evident manner than oth- Bank of Okeechobee to completion by : must mean good schools every- American. Legion men of my force, go. convenient to carry. 1

4 era. The ones which are doing the December 1," announced C. E. Cahow ,where. so the other r-\lll! "'iro/f The sale
of
: Travelers
most noticeable things attract the east coast building contractor, when I I Few farmers fight the idea of better The course offered includes labora- Cheques comprises -

most attention. They grow the fast- interviewed this morning in regardto : roads, even if they mean an increasedtax. tory work in investigation in social only one of the many services I .

..It.i the handsome new $30,000 strut-'': But there are some who do fight industrial and economic conditions, of this bank offers to travelers.

_i" Other cities, with just as many nat- ture to be erected at Osceola and Park f,increased school expenditures with fin yinrest, aside from the lectures on I

ural advantages, seem to be makingno streets, which is to include a block increased school tax, either because essentials of patriotism. It embraces

progress. Many of them are but of stores which according to reports, |"we haven't any: children" or because study of the rise and fall of nation! Merchants & Farmers BankOF

1 they do not show it. have already been rented. and of social
""the old way is good enough. scrutiny Tderay which
KISSIMMEE
In which class is Kiislmmee? Building material manufacturersand led to the downfall of L
1 There is no such thing as a school eventually many -

Eliminating the small group of ham- contractors who report plans for 1"good enough." The best schools wo of these countries. Legion national s-

mer-weilders who can see no good the immediate erection of nearly 200 can produce are not "good enough." headquarters recommends the establishment 'ai-ings and Checking ,Account /:

in any thing, any time at any place, new homes and store buildings in- I,To admit that anything human is per of similar courses in other Safety Deposit Boxes

everybody knows that Klssimmee is elude the Macdunzan the [ institutions Loans, Exchange and
company i fect is to claim that no more progress of learning.MR. Ponds
on a decidedly upward; trend. The E. W. Bond Company the Okeechobeo I can be made. As today's schools and I

..,t last :year saw more progress than Lumber Company the Okeechobee :methods make those of fifty a him- IIAYNES DOES A SERVICE

probably any: :year in the last decade. i i Development Company the A. I?.
dred and in-
years ago seem puerile (Louisville Post)
This shows what when
can happen a
Howard and the Okeecho:
Company, efficient will the schools of the
so A noteworthy feature of Prohibition -
of its
tak
community <9 advantage
bee Construction Company. Several future make those of today seem in Commissioner Haynes story of __
natural resources.Continuation |
Miami and Palm Beach contractorsare
of the agricultural.de adequate. his work, now being published, Is thai. ._
also to work on residences along Fight for, not against the good road. as the New York Times says, "Ha
will continued
velopment mean prog-
reaL Development of the back coun- the Conners Highway oil Lake Okee.in- //over which children may go to school! leaves it beyond doubt that great ( 0 0000 ...00. 00. to ..... .000.0 toooo.o.OoO 0 0 OOoOo-o-H
chobee, among whose plans is : Fight for, not against, the bettor
quantities of adulterated and dangerous
try means development of the city. eluded the $100,000 clubhouse. RIGHT
But regardless of the progress which new school in which children can be taughtto liquor have been sold to unary = GLASSES--NOW \
Local hotels during the past week be better citizens than their Ia'h- "
purchasers by bootleggers.
will factor thereby in steadily the city's come growth, the greatest is retarded -- reported standing room only duringthe I era. Fight for, not against an increased What makes the sale of adulterated 1 Will preserve your eyesight for the future

by: other things. What makes tion entire in to be seven remedied days,shortly which by cendi-the : appropriation for teacher liquor more insidious is, as was shown :' _ We fit you correctly, attractively,, satisfactorily

cities grow faster than anything elsi! erection of temporary structures to : salaries, for more and betted books last week in the Louisville Post, the : Phone today for an appointment
for a longer school year. ease with which labels of known reputatIons -
naturally! is the addition of more
accommodate the scores of mechanics The children of the AmerIca W.
today are are counterfeited and circulated E.
people. Time will take rare of that who are arriving daily from allover of tomorrow. If indeed this SANDERSON CO.oo..o.Oto.ooooooooooooooo'OOOOt.o.ooooo.ooooooooo..
great the gentry who
among
in a natural course of events, but the state.-Okeechobee News.TIIE' purvey
lowly. nation is to roll forward to its great poisonous concoctions. .

destiny as the light of he world in Deaths from wood alcohol poison _
If coming to state '
:you were a new \ SWIM IN ALLIGATOR -
: a state whose development and possibilities LAKE liberty, humanitarianism and enlightenment Ing have been so frequent and sowidespread .
the childish .hands whichone 8TltAWnEllny PLANTS FOR
during prohibition that SALE-
were being heralded all over Missionary and Klondike. .
Urowa
the country which city ,would you Kissimmee'a favorite bathing beach ; day will hold the wheel must have great numbers of persons have boon from fresh northern nursery .toc
the best of opportunities to learn how careful not to unlabeled this sprlnir Three deJIsra pw thou
buy
and where hold their celebrations liquor.
choose Would you decide to live they sand t. o. b. Starke. Cash with or
I in one where prosperity was so evident is at Alligator Lake. They fot to steer!-Capital News Service But they have not been too careful! -'- d.'r. Prompt shipment. and rood
t -rM plants. T. 8. Williams.
Starke. Fla.
A :you could not help seeing it, no a dancing pavilion ajnd ,the whole FLAPPERS PROTEST to buy that which has the mark of li-tOt

matter which way you turned? Or works there. Everything but alliga PARENT-TEACHERS PLAN I some familiar brand. 4dvetti4\ FOR SALE-toe acres good pastor
would you be more Influ nced by a tors. Even at that it is not exactlyan Their credulousness in acceptingthe land near St. Cloud. For quick sal
.
for beach. TO'ENFORCE MODESTY label as representing the contents 1.00 PT acre. Writ. & D. Wllllaiai..
community where you had to hunt for inviting name a bathing Wauchula. Florida. lit
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signs of progress, and compare with Florida Fisherman. Somerset, Pa., Aug 30.-This U"l of the bottle is pitiful as in their- % : FOR -

L former rears to make it evident at all? ROCIfBASERADs'- city has been somersaulted into a willingness to pay exorbitant prices FOR .SALE RENT

Coincident with the steady prolrl'esldue style class war with the bobbed h lr.lip.tick. for this fake stuff. Mr. Haynes doesa i-; 8ALK-60.000 :Missionary strawberry FOR RKNT-Furnished house. 7 room.
. to development of the natural re service in drawing attention to the plant., now ready fl per M.i'hone One block from court house. See Dr.
waving flappers arrayed on Oelger.
Manatee and Hillsborough count'csare fact that of 188. (Uuarante Satisfaction.J. 2-tte
should architectural and great quantities deadly
come
j sources
side and her 'tb .
one moat id sistersbf N. Parker. 4-tfc
to all the difference FOR
demonstrating RENT
engineering improvements. The local liquor are on the market, and that a -I or furnished room,
long dresses on the other. and garage by Mrs. Ordas, North Bermuda
in value in road construction between -
.post ef the American Legion has : fair label is by no means indicative .FIVE ROOM COTTAGE-Mo4ern; on Avanua ll-ttr .
The first clash occurred yesterday the brick; large lots gsraa.; IS alesbearIng
sand base and rock
a packed; a of the quality. the {'I
hold of product. ,
aken a drainage district pro. orange grapefruit and tan- .
base The supremacy of the latteris when the Parent-Teacher ,Association' In the business frrrln tr....., only 1000. Term.. FOR EXCHANGE :;
and bootleg -
will ;
posal put over a community |I scruple
formally indorsed the "oldfashioned"girl i Why pay rent when ',you can pick ,
house. But there are other things to be plainly seen already, though !against selling poison are thrown to up bargain Ilk. this?, Come. let ua WILL TRADE!! fine corner lot on Verona ,; "I
needed. the road has only been completed a and took steps to ,petition the the winds. Sensible who read how you.. and .Randolph avenues for au
school board to adopt a uniform style I' persons SIX ROOM east front; modern house: tomobile.. Must be In perfect con.
What .Jias become of the campaign few"months and in the coming yearswill 1!what Mr. Haynes has to say should close to court house only $aIIlO. HereIn dition. See or wrIt. Mra. Arthur
furnish a sharper comparison of of dress for all school girls. The rule. i i' a snap tor you. Come net It. Cooper. Kissimmee.
for a bond issue for new school buildings :no longer be childishly simple when SPLENDID CHICKEN RANCH; It It
? The school board is figura. the two methods. would bar silk hose short skirt-. I. a bootlegger offers to sell a case of acrrs good orange land; 40 bearlnic WANTED.
The bobbed hair and low neck sleeveless orange trees; lots at cuavaa: I arrraYlc
recently completed highway
tively "tearing its hair" trying to find I "Gordon gin." lawn: large oak treea.1800. Terma.
suitable From Tampa toward Bradentown consists dresses. \ RENT you some excellent WANTEf>--"fa Rent. Furnished house
a place for one or two gradesto
I But-the flapper contingent .-hear- The strawberry laud, close In. We are closr In. Would .
be housed for which there h no of asphalt block on a sand baRt young couple were making hmdquartrrs for bargainsNKLSON rent by the year.Address.

room in the present school buildings. and coated with a binding asphalt, Ing of the meeting ctormed it. Their their first long motor trip. They had REALTY COMPANY Bolt 161. Klaslmme 17ltxWK

: Kissimmee schools rank the spread thinly to tie the blocks together. verbal protest delivered in rhyme blown out two tires ruined thrir! FOR-HAI.K-- -Two milk rows and heifer NKKI an Industrious reputable
'. among was as short and the dress clothes in calf Ktkfjuiru at Gazette office tfxMISHIONKRY lady or Kentlemnn to represent thecenulnr
best in the state. How long will they From the Manatee county line snappy as a sudden rainstorm paid J R WatkIns, Products litKlssimmee

I- clo the rock base with an asphalt! covel'spJinkled and manner of the flapperette who delivered ten dollars to be pulled out of the STRAWBERRY plants. A few irood territories. .
... so under present equipment? also oi '"n In other n..arhyIU.. .. Thn
.
'. KUsimmee has a beautiful main : with broken granite peb- it: mud and then had lost their way. The atroni up.field$3.6c grown thousand$ 00, Money thousand.io.euo Or nationally advertised Watklns Prod-
.
I "I can show my shoulders, husband got out of with a flashlight cler. please, W. E, OORE. Orlando, ucts have. heen Known. and Usedslnrc
street. 155$
Broadway is complimented by bles.The Florida. non'l accept any oth..roll'.r
3 -4lx'
Hillsborough highway on the I can show my knees; to inspect a signboard."Are until you .rel our proposition
J I1 visitors to the city. We .!smile -It' different. Full particulars an4p'nmi.les
and sit back in pleased complacency. panel base is already settling to a I'm a free-born American, you on the right road, dear," THE Into DOYER their 4iew REALTY home CO.over have the moved Ten ) lire tr.Vrlt.* today. J.

4 'small degree. This furnishes a weik And can show what I please." called his wife. Cent Htore and offer a splendid< bargain It. Watkins Co. 1>..1'1. HI. Memphis.
; Some day, when the city grows more, Trim. l -llx
\ : Large modern home close In
that "We ;
spot that will suffer more now sure are he replied grimly -
we'll have other beautiful streets. But "DO IT NOW" 14 fine rooms. I'rtpe.$ 1,600. Small
IF
the first alignment is broken. Cars I "but we didn't know it." cash payment. Balance to suit Can YOU do any kind of farming In
; will the city grow more, until we have Florida you should read The Farmer
use auto or lot 19x
I .. some paved .streets running at a high rate of speed will The head of a firm was a hustler The sign read: "To the Poorhousc." RB part payment. and Stockman and truck which fnrmlnir.dnals, live with stock citrus -

The bulkhead ? That question! is gather a vibration from these weak and it annoyed him to see his clerks FOR containing HALE-i.'iie 8 rooms Hroadway with furniture.property poultry and dairyingSend for free

too old to merit further discussion. spots that will act in.the same way as ,idling. One day in an attempt to ADVERTISERS TO FURTIIERLEGION'S Largo sleeping. porch. Modern. hot sample months.' cony Yearly or subscription IS cents for three.00;

- Everybody knows what it will mean a constant hammering on the road: awaken his staff, he bought six sign, FLAG PROGRAM: 61 Flowing x II O. Three well.. blocks fruit.from flowers postofflca.and three, years. $1.00. Published twicea

j. to Klssimmee. Progress seems to be bed.The 'I|bearing the motto "Do It Now! H<> Protection of the national from shade Thomas A. Rovrers 610 Ilrqad-. Htockman month. Address No. 10 The Newnan Farmer Street.Jacksonville. and.
) :' Manatee road with the so'id'hung these up in various parts of the flag way Klssimmee Florida. S -llx Florida. 11-tfo
being made in that direction. Perhaps
misuse in advertising will be afforded
- rock foundation of eleven inches on' office and waited FOR 8ALK--Htrawberry plants. Missionary =
; the street question is HirVed with it, ( results. The fol. LOANS
_ _ through the Associated and
AdvertisingClubs Klondykes; any quantity -
I the; other hand shows no effect of lowing Saturday the hustler sad of
-
awaiting a decision about the bulk of the World ; growing on new land, from fresh
- ,I wear and tear. Indications are thatit face, gloomily detached each of the according to information plants; ready July 1st If Int..e.t..d.write <% LOANS: under Reserve System on
head funds. But suppose it is. though'we j' received at national headquarters J. M. Truby. Starke. Florida. city or farm property. Reserve Deposit -
_ _ t. don't bejieve' it is. Kissimmee will outlast the other road two or signs from the wall and bore them of the II-tau Company. Keith. BldgClncln-
American
It three to one and at the same time to Legion In natl. Ohio. 14-lllQ.
desparingly the dust bin.
i wants the bulkhead and the streets I Indianapolis. FOR SALE}-Fin. residenceproperty.. .
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both. Why delay a bond issue? have an expense many times less. During the week the cashier) hod' Apply at the office of The Valley MISCELLANEOUS
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Since the I
of the
: | adoption uniform Oaxette. Klsilmmee. S-tf
R: Although the first cost of hard sdf-( gone off with $10,000: the chief book '
Are we proud of our city hall? We iii.
code for flag observance at the Na. YOU do farming In
kind of
1 faced roads is a large sum in the aggregate keeper had eloped with the typist FOR 8ALE--Banana plants lady (Inner any
have
for
: : reason being proud of the tional FlJ'g' conference in Washingtona variety 25 cents each. W. B. Harris Florida you should read 1'h. Farm..rand
city lots whrf.; tne ball will be it is much better economyto three junior clerks had asked for Stockman which deals with cit
city
; : few 0eeks stock,
ago under auspices of rus and truck farming, live
ti pay more at first for a road that raises in salary and the office SECOND HAND GOODS bought sold
boy free
in that poultry and Send for
dreamy "some day. A new the Americanism commission of the and repaired.. The Casino. ..-U dairying. :
will last than pay out continually for started for Oklahoma to become a sample ,copy or 15 cent. for three
city hall may not be as important as American Legion efforts have been FOR- BAL'E-Modern 4-room buncalow. months. Yearly subscription. $1.00;
the streets, the school, the bulkhead repairs or entire replacement before bandit-Weatherford (Tex.) I1eraM.I furnished; bath room; Harare; I city three years. $1.00. Published twice
the bonds for with which the made by the legion to obtain the support lota; 11 bearing citrus trees.. Inquire a month. Address The Farmer
) the community house, and the drain are paid I of national W. J. Steed or Box 5J. Saint Stockman No. 10 N.wnan ant.
beautiful societies to
A
- : road was built. tribute to the late Warren many Cloud. M-10tx Jacksonville. Florida. 11-tfo
It would further
age. But certainly go G. Harding promote respect to the flag. The or- .
Another matter that is being illus- thirty-third degree ,
_ _ : toward attracting the people who aregoing trated by roads built throughout the I Mason: Shriner and Knight Templar ganization of advertising men was! .
to for all these improvements '
help
us -
: pay country is the wisdom of the wide I has been arranged by the Scottish among the first to respond to the legion's 1/. ...

t than the I present struc road where traffic does not constant. .1 i Rite bodies of GalvestofT in the, corridor ( -'| request. .. .
ture.
of the Scottish I Copies of the code adopted will be
- h ly wear the same surface. If it is Rite Cathedral.
J": v Lake. Willson is befng rapidly built distributed over a wider area the alternate I Accentuated by the sapphire rays of sent to officers of advertising clubs J. R. CLAY
r up. That is, men of discernment are
pressure from different points incandescentefghts, the picture of the over the country with the suggestion .
there
'planting groves for they know does much to keep the road in shape. late president is conspicuous upon a 'that'they safeguard display of the ,
the (
that It is best cltus section in the
Under hot sunshine the asphalt soft- background of black and purple. A (national emblem in their communities.
county, ita growth inevitable. There and Machine {
'draped "Among the abuses in Garage Shop' i
k 'Orange't denter, from which great ens and traffic in the same place' gavel significant that his labors advertising ,

deal of eomes. While forms a.rot that greatly weakens the are done, and the copper seal of which the vigilance department of

,elti.is commerce action' needed the strength'of the surfacing and paves ,'the president, rest on the back and 'the Associated Clubs has long fought ,. I"
--- considering
on
,
purple drapery. Outlined in 1. the use of the flag in advertising" SUCCESSOR TO moAs '-
1.Improvements it' might not be 'a bad the way foi decay 'and disintegration. black CLAY. ,,
the various notices which proclaimedto a recent editorial In the club's official .
-Bartow Record. =.
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4 ,idea for the county focus'on these .
the world that the> natl n'a leader organ-state "Nearly every state in : :
Farming
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sections_ ,with respect to. roads.. Alonzo II. R. .agin, of Haines City, was dead further tell the memorial the Union has a law prohibiting the MachineryGas /

1 , 'One? ;'Florida farmer ,Is.''known tohave and Kiss LJona Bradshaw, 'of Green story. I flag's use In advertising; but whetherthe Engines'andumpsRebiilt:

,' cleaned up. and. ,ea1ltl ed his. Cove Springs, were married' by ,Rev. states have this law of not, It "; : _., .
The -,
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exhibits ,
community that at the -
7 pIaT In-order'that he might'sell H: J, A., ,Sutton Wednesday* the ceremony rought4to be a comparatively. simple -
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.I ,t.king place :"at thi pastor's county fal..or: )hold; one all its owncan' matter .to".convince advertiser -
': : bat when khe: bad don:these) .things any ;
,., : .*/ J.rrsHze4 that, he'< could] 'not,:afford ,home. - ..." .- .i;,.; .s be 'depended upon for progress that such ,use of the flag improper, I \BEARINGS TOIL NEARLY ,All. .MAKES:* CARS4t,

tr I k tof sell gut.: ..: .. ,, ). J...'" .. .. .... .,' ftJ1.'nI' Be progressive, 'and help I to'tay;; the.eatt'and! .:' .U.. d'.adYeriif,1: .., _,_ i'r _. n.r 4 ., ,' . ." 'c

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VALLEY GAZETTE. _FR DA SEPTEMBER; 7, 1928" FIVE, .

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sty Mra. ,George Fox,-)f 'Tampa, IB the t.\'
guest of Mrs. H. C..Stanford.Mr. '
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and Mrs. DeWilton Alderman .. 4
motored to Daytona Beach for Labor I

oCa l Happenings Cay.. I

,--George: ; SteiTee recently returned to I ..... '.

z ,. ,Clssimmee! from an automobile-trip "

to Kentucky. ..,

Eat at Dopont's Cafe. tf I.,600000400 .7040004,... Miss Elsie Norton, left Kissimmee SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Jlr. ,,and'Mrs. M. turned to Kisslmmee from Daytona: : with her family at Winter Haven.
each Saturday. 0 Official Bulletin of daily tem. *
i" perature and precipitations furnished The Gazette's ob aepartment I* -
Special prices oh ginghams and by the Kissimmee Co. 0 equipped to do all kinds of job printing 1
ambra J ., at Mcc'"AULEY'S.. N I.. operative U. S.. Weather Bureau on abort notice and at reasonable
) Station, for the weekending P prices.
returned Thursday, September 6, : *
S.. B. Aultman Friday i. Mrs. K. S. Johnson, of Jacksonville, "
ght from a month's vacation spent e Date Max. Kin. Prcp. 4 0 end her daughter Mrs. Roy' Brink, of '" J

Georgia and North Carolina. 0 Friday, Aug 81,____85 71 .10. Clarence, Iowa, arrived in Klssimmee

Born: Thursday afternoon, August 0 Saturday, Sept 1'1,89, 67 trace Tuesday, and are visiting for a.short See Our Line Before

0, to Mr. and Mrs..A. L. Stinebaugh; e Sunday, Sept 2,-90 71 .42 time at the home of Mrs. Clay John* ,
P Monday, Sept 8,-93 72 .00 *' son. ". .
in Shingle Creek
their farm a son.
P Tuesday, Sept 4,___95 73 .30 1 I
Mrs. H. R. Dale returned to her
New York Life Insurance Co., Sam 0 Wedn'day Sept 592 72 .00 Buying
home in Kisslmmee yesterday from -
Lupfer, local representative. Mtfc 0 Thursday Sept 6.93 71 ,00 *
the Orlando General Hospitaliwheroshe
0. Readings! are made at 6:00 0
.Miss Estelle .Persons left Kisstm- m. for the preceding twenty-four p. recently underwent an operation. J .
ee Sunday for a month's vacation.: 0 hours.ALLISON P She is convalescing very rapidly and i
he went to Buena Vista, Georgia, to T. FRENCH. P is well on the road to recovery. ,/
.> Co-operative Observer. .
fit her mother. 000000000. OOP440o00 Mrs. Mary Elswick leaves today

Ask for information on the New Shaves, 15c; haircuts, 85c; childrenrl for Switz City, Indiana, after spending We have the best fine 4

ork Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- 25c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf I several weeks in Kissimmee, visiting .... .

r. -U-tfc Miss Virginia Tiller left Kissimrr.. 'erty holdings.friends, and A host disposing of friends of prop regret -] '
J. Nathan Bryan left Klssimmee 'for Bunnell, she I of goods at best prices :.
Sunday, where will that she is leaving to make her J
nday to join his wife and children teach mathematics in the high ochool. home elsewhere.
Miami, where he will spend a I \
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eeks' vacation. Special values in shirt materials I -
at Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Geiger visited
McCAULEY'S. this week at the home of D;. and Mrs. t
Mrs H. Clay Stanford and daughr I .
H. S. Geiger, en route from Fernan- 'i
Misses Margaret and MattU Mr. and Mra. E. S. Hall returned to
dina to Mulberry, where Mr., Geiger
anford, returned to Kissimmee Sat. Kissimmee Friday night from a twoweeks' I
will be assistant principal of schools Also Boys' Pants and
Beach. vacation In
day from Daytona other northern points spent Chicago and I this year. Mr. Geiger was married 'I' ,

Forty acre., 1 mile from city limits, August 20 to Miss Ollie Rhodes. ,

brick road; 12 acres bearing grove. Furnished Flat for rent. W. B I
nlv! $7,000. Terms. Nelson Realty Harris. Gazette office. 14-tf H. C. Hansen sold his North Dakota Shirts. Girls' Dresses
Filling Station, on North Main :
mpany. Miss Carolyn Fripp left Kissimmee street, Wednesday, to W. W. Hudson,'

Will Mason Tiller has gone to Col- Saturday morning for Starke where'''of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Mr.

rbua. where he has uccepta f he will\ teach history and general 'I Hudson says he expects to enlargethe bargain pricesMILAR'S

position with the J. W. Schuess- science !in the high school. I store and add:! a meat market and '

;. wholesale end retail stores. lie left delivery wagon. i
Miss Christine
Kritz returned homo
j'"inimee Sunday. I Tuesday after a delightful eight I Bob Grads, left Ki"simmee Sundayon .

.. cw fall\ hats at The Hat Shop. week's trip to northern points a'business trip to Atlanta Phila-

r is. J. D. Woodbeck. ing friends and relatives. VIlit-1 delphia, New York, and Toronto. Ho
expects to take in the Dempseyfirpo -
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Chapman roid Wanted Loan-$600 for client, on'' affair and hopes his business will

to Kissimmee last Friday aft- realty; close to town; worth $2,000. keep him in New York long enoughfor

two months' absence in New York, Good rate of interest payable quarter him to see the World Series. VARIETY STORE -

hio, and Pennsylvania. They madee ly. Nelson Realty Company. I 1 1I. .
trip north and back by automobile.The Mr. and Mis. J. W. Oliver returnedlast
Communion services will be held at week from Akron, Ohio, afteran I
leading life insurance companyf I.the Episcopal church next Sunday';! absence of about two months. They

he world- New York Life. See morning, with Rev. Dr. Hodge, of drove through both ways and had an \

am Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc Orlando, officiating.New interesting? trip. Their Bon, Earnest,
who has been in the west for the
KIs-! pat
returned to .
Rhea'
Miss Pherigo .
fall '
hats .
at The Hat Shop.
year, returned home with them.
and her duties as postmaster
mmee Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. .
riday after,spending a month in W. H. Overholtzer, of the Jewell .. *
eorgia visiting her brother at Lifsey Misses Augusta and Mae Winn 'Citrus Development Company, a cor- d i
spent Tuesday and in Tampa '
prings. Thursday 'S S "" \
poration owning a thirty acre groveat : .
returned to where they went for a tonsil oper- Narcoossee, was a visitor at The Homing In England Train Was On Time ; .

issimmee Miss Virginia Friday Smith from two week'a ation for Miss Mae. Gazette office, Wednesday. Mr. Ov- It was one of those cold, raw November I A recent movie comedy shbwed on LOVE'S' 'AUTO'l&BUS UNE
-:- erholtzer formerly' / agent days that northern England the screen: a bevy' of girls disrobing
cation, spent with her :sister at i Auto For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- was ,field
the 'mell. Phone 41. 26-tf for the California Citrus Exchange, knows so well. A Roman pageant I for a plunge in the "old swimmingpool.
and went back "on Job"the FOR HIRE
i ewster, AUTOS
i was being 'given near York; On the ." I fALL
and is'highly enthusiastic' about They had just taken off their
Kn'ts
Dollar Limit Store Monday.The Frank end Robert motored to'Cradentown NEW CARS
)>Florida citrus possibilities.. tIe'lIBye ..second day an elderly but enthusiastic shoes, hats,coats and were beginningon
best investment you can make Tampa and Tarpon 'their grove at Narcoo8se .brought maiden lady from the states hied her a passing, freight 'train dashed We make 'a specialty of .

a New York Life Policy. Betteran Springs Tuesday, returning home on them $10,500 through the Citrus Exchange over from the nearby town where she across the screen and obscured the Pa 1y..Trips' ,

a savings account. See Sam {Thursday night. the 'yearbefore last and $12- was staying to "view the works." view. When it had passed the girl'swere

ur>fer. 14-tfc Mr. and Mrs. Julius Smih, and 000 this year, and he does not believe As she approached the scene of ac frolicing in the water. Kissimmee
daughter, Vivian Floyd, returned from ,there is any danger of over production tivities she encountered one of the An old railroader sat through the HeadquartersBroadway !
Mrs. Ida Kline, who has been living Daytona Beach Tuesday, where they ,' provided the growers will back outposts of the pageant guard, a tall, show again and again. At length an Pharmacy ,

Orlando fo r the last two months and is, have been spending the last two i i the local citrus exchange and lend skinny, raw-boned countryman, bare- usher tapped him on the shoulder."Aren't Opposite Poetoffiee. Phone;41
(
me to Kissimmee this week weeks. their support in developing increased armed, bare-legged and bare-headed, you ever going home?" he
ying with her son and daughter, I i distribution. clad only in "k tunic of flimsy muslin. asked. ,

r. and Mrs. J. A. Kline, at Pinedale. Six-room modern east front house, I ----- "Oh, sir!" cried the lady clasping ,' "Oh, I'll wait here a while," was the

chicken ranch 12 acres 2 blocks from court house square, $2- C. N. FIELDING OPENS A her hands in an ecstacy of enthusiasm .answer. "One of these times that Plans are being formulated by officers
Splendid ; trees.t 250. Greatest snap in town. NelsonRealty || BIG NEW FURNITURE STORE as she addressed the blue-lipped, "train's going to be late." of the Florida Realtors Association -
oil land 40 bearing orange
; and of the Florida Develop
of guavas. $760. Terms. Nelson Company. |I C. N. Fielding this week purchasedthe Claudius shivering?"Roman, "Are you Appius I I ment Board for extending the usual

palty: Company. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ghiotto, of St.I]I entire block of the Grantham Fur- Claudius!" Acute observance of Post Card Day to the
'niture Company. He has leased the 'Appy as respondedthe : Two students on a train were brag- '
of Carlisle, Petersburg, spent Saturday and Sun- his teeth entire week of October first to sixth.
Mis. James Norton, man fairly chattering
day here visiting Mrs. Ghiotto's ,j forme location of the Dollar Limit ping about their abilities to see'andhear. The John L. Wallace won last '
entucky, is visiting her uncle, Rev. parents "No Ma'am, I'm un'appy as 'ell-! cup
Storelon. Stewart avenue, and is moving The one said: "Do see
Church street. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris. ]; ; you year 'y the Fort Myers Realtors Association -
vid Lander, at 316 a They returned home Monday accompanied -I: both the Grantham stock and that Exchange. that barn over there on the horizon?" will be awarded this year
to
purchase
r nidence Norton and expects locate In Florida. by Mrs. lIarris, who is spending i': of his present store on Darlington avenue 100 Per Cent Perfect "Yes." to the realtors association, chamber ;
!
-- this week visiting .them. to the new location. "Knee length skirts have reduced "Can you see that fly walking of commerce, or other civic organization -
The best investment you can makea I I With the new location, providing street car accidents fifty per cent. around on the roof of that barn?" reporting largest number of postcards
New York Life Policy. Betternn Star Brand Shoes are best for commodius quarters for the enlarged "Wouldn't it be fine if accident "No but I can hear the shingles Sent out in proportion to pop,

a savings account. *See U Sam tfe :1 school; they are solid leather. Ask. :|store, J. B. Harris, manager for Mr. could be prevented entirely?" rattle when he steps on them." I ulation of city or community.
''
pfer. McCAULEY. ----- Fielding, plans on considerable in-
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Cason left Kis- I''I'crease of stock and service. He says ----- --
Mrs A. W. Winn, and daughters,
Winter Park that whatever there is in the furniture .
mmee this week for in :
Misses Augusta and Mae, arrived .:
here "Coach" will be principal and Kissimmee Thursday night from an line, he will carry, or else hell getit '.
ty superintendent of schools, and and that if he can't get it, it isn't '
extended visit in Kentucky, Michigan;
rs. Cason will teach the seventh and and other northern points, and are made.
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ghth grades. again located at their home at 221 DEMONSTRATES TRUTH OF Announcing The Opening

Ralph Bearden returned to his home North Orlando avenue. I I "IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE"Monroe }

Miami Friday after spending two Florida Sanitarium and Hospital Thomas has just put up a ,

eeks' vacation with his Bearden mother and re- Orlando, Florida. Medical, Surgical, new electric sign in front of his gar C. N. Fielding Furniture store'S "

ster. Miss Kathleen Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. age on Emmett street. He I bays he .

med her duties at the her court vacationent house Equipment modern, rest, diet, physiological did it because "it pays to advertise." AT 20 STEWART AVENUE, KISSIMMEE I ....,.
st week,' following ( therapeutics. Unexcelled in "I started in here on August first,"

in Tampa and.other points. the Southeast. 24-tf he said lost night, "with two mechanics .

R. M. Angas returned to Kissimmee Burton Ames was in Kissimmee beside myself. The second weekI We have purchased the entire stock of the Grantham Furniture ,; ,

Iday from Vermont, where he went Saturday to Monday, from Gaines- had to add another, and last week I Store, and, with our own, will move into large and commodious quarters ,

ith Mrs. Angas and his parents for ville. He has accepted the position of added my fourth. Advertising. didit at the former Dollar Limit Store, on Stewart Avenue.
month's stay. He was called back correspondence study secretary of the advertising of two kinds."I

business, but expects to rejoin extension division of the University ,' started in when I opened on a 5'.,
We shall full line of household furniture and shall at all
em of Florida at Gainesville, and has beenon carefully thought out plan of adver- carry a
the job some time. tising in The Valley Gazette. That times welcome the public to inspect our goods and learn our prices. .'
Principal Johnson of the! Bunnellgh bought people to me. I've continued

school, spent last Saturdayht Don't kid yourself-you' can't beat the ads, patrons have continued to i
at the home of M. Tiller, leav- McCAULEY'S prices and quality on come, and my work has advertised the '

Sunday morning accompanied byss d pod.. shop. The result has been steadily C. N.. FIELDING FURNITURE STORE ,

Virginia Tiller, who will teach Judge T, L. Comer, Sheriff L. R. increasing work and satisfied custom. . .
the Bunnell school era, I'm in shape now to do all -
Farmer, and Deputy Sheriff John '
kinds of general automobile repair J. B. HARRIS, Manager:
Branson, went to ,.Keenansville last .
ev. Allen ..,Miller left Kisslmmeodnesday work, welding, washing and polishing ,
week advice by wire from Commissioner *
on
:afternoon for Jacksonville, battery work, and everything else one PRICE SERVICE \ .
QUALITY
hold a
ties Mo- R. V.. Phillips, to annqueat'
ere he sailed yesterday on "
finds at a first class garage. "
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visit over ,the body of George '
He will -
k City
for Jersey '
cuts at"Jersey.City foe a,'few: days Reaves, >alias J'ohn"Arthur., 'colored, ORLANDO. MATRESS FACTORYvWilltake . ...;... :." WE .HAVE, ,,IT.;,. WE'LL. .GET, IT;, ,OR IT.'lSNT.. ::MADEKISSIMMEE "J, rr r ,
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whA.was killed.by his wife followingquirel.'of'long \r. d s t e .w ...
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or..rdtginingIo Ktabertln Heights, ', , .
in care of your mattress troubles ,, . '.r 4'
standing Georgiaand , ssw./
his .
inei.ee,f"where' .he will complete 'pillows;\'Pads, /cushions. Box. - ']
ologlear"course this rear.at. .,Johan Florida.*: :The Jury found a'ur- 'In.baarete: ,.' 'BOO':Welt S.uth. St.ei ;t

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SANITARY DAIRY CO'S I A new ''resolution-'I 'have made. The Jacksonville city council h.m Don buy ioday

MILK &ICE CREAM Hereafter and ,whenever my housekeeping put up the license fee of fortune'el'' .. '' one gas y .

folks plant flowers, lam goIng lers to $2,500.


1 : support to give and I every them.bit all of of the my encour-moral\. weeds Farmers take a should great toll remenbethat from the sal and another orrt cry otv buy' .

agement can.
..... : in the form of fertility: and ;moisture.:
A. few weeks ago,I was up at the ,
slate's university attending farmers' The German mark has g 'a h: C
n week. I noticed there two small beds 000,000 to the d liar and Ge-msny is r

oflowers.. I inquired about them; practically bankrupt. It C-n neve' t

II and learned that the housekeeper for redeem its cur:ency.
ATTENTION the dormitories-Mrs. Margaret Peel!
FATHERS er-planted them. The beds are jus C ojd) -*e ,Is t' e* 9th vice pres d'nt c

outside the dormitory where she to succeed to the preside TV te*
makes her home. having been elected and si s cceed 1
by the death of 'he'r chiefs O-n yo
the told how Mrs.
Sanitary Dairy milk is One of boys me .
the milk for folks.It feeler mothers those flowers. TirpJ name them?' '
yjur -
will benefit your baby. from a day of trudging up and do,vn The United Stale-* has grro 'n f-:.m :r

Your wife and children long and dusty stairs and cleaning t a population ,,' 1929214 i H. "01) t : G.SO": I"'E- ;

.. will like it and it will be rooms, she never gives herself up t( 110,000,000 in 1923. Only" e co ; .

good for you. rest until her flowers have been tend- tries exceed this. Russia, In 'Ia an. 1
ed to. All the space she has is not China.

bigger than two or three bed sheet,

ITARYDAIRYCo but she makes the most of it, and in The world's production: pot ol
r I|doing so, shows that in her heart i ia is eum in 1922 was 759.030.0PO .barrels. '
love for things beautiful and trim. of which the United States produced
Our lZ'ii; It was then and there that I made 469639.000 barrels with Mexic-> second !I &j4iiizef'I

4i my resolution. Never before did I with 195,064,000 barrels. I :
i i give much thought or attention to -- ,I
During the six months ended June I
flowers and home beautification, as
: i 30 1923, from ...
exports
PLANT FALL IRISII POTATO Prof. Ed L. Ayers up at the univer- Japan 0 J
m, CROPS EARLY IN SEPTEMBER sity would call it. But I'm for that United States amounted to 34 th// CROWN ",
stuff now. 000 yen, while our imports f-om t> .1

If you want a fall Irish potato crop, And since I have been thinking country had a value of 27 000 000 ..

.. you should plant it not later than the about it, it does seem that more of yen. A yen at normal value is 60-. GASOLINE'

first few days of September. Use us would decorate our yards. Just! The total value of the petro'em
small potatoes of the spring crop for think of the flowers we could plan 'I products imported into China for 19'

seed. If the potatoes have been in a and which with but little. t.roublewould was approximately worth SR't 0(0001)) I

I, shaded place for a couple of weeks or add color and beauty to what compared to $52.000.000 in 1921. J -I r Trniii..rirrrT..
more, plant those that now show ,'has heretofore been hollow, urmight'vcorners. pan imported about $41Ooo.000'vo..t". ;

sprouts putting out. For summer there are zinnias in both cases the United States supplying -
This is the advice of W. L. Floyd, '
verbenas, coleuses, begonias over 50 percent of the toti'' 6
professor of horticulture of the Flori- geraniums, periwinkles, petuniar: ,
da College of Agriculture, who goes marigolds, cosmos and phlox. Wintering Persons interested in the Krowi-'! lwaysBetterUMore
on to say: "The soil should be mold, plants are pansies candy-tuft, of bananas should write to W.: R.

well supplied with humus, broken sweet alyssums, snap-dragons, and Roller at Oldnmar, secretary of the

deeply and enriched liberally with a l larkspurs. For the hot Bummer Florida banana growers assocati-n power. more mileage -
fertilizer containing about 4 percentof months I understand acalphyas and I and (ret detailed information ab"ut
less carbon and less
ammonia, 6 percent of phosphoricacid cretins do well. how to grow this popular fru't. expense.POLARINEOIL.

and 6 percent of potash. The potatoes This is just a small list of flowering -
Spain is the largest exporter of oranges -
should be dropped further apart plants we-all of uo-could plantto
than spring potatoes, as they require make our places look more like- of anv country in the wo H.
Her exports in 1922 amounted to 12-
much moisture October and Novem-
; they were inhabited by people Insteadof
ber are often dry months. a few !horses and cows and hens. 000.000 boxes, Italy coming second
Best
LubricationBuy
with 3,000.000 boxes, and the United
"Do not expect as large a yield as [
in spring. However, a good supplyfor Turkish alumni of Robert Collegeof States third, with 2,000,000.The .

home use may be expected. Any Constantinople, protest against the first half of 1923 witnessed
surplus that may be made should,find law passed by the Angora Assembly
the of southern '
shipment more p'no
a ready sale on the local markets. requiring all missionary and foreign lumber than since 1916. Exports for at the pump with the Crown sign. .
schools to employ only teachers who
this period were 46 cent in
Feeding a "boarder" hen is throwing are Turkish subjects, which would per excess .
'
of last Southern lumber will ;
money away and many folks say it mean that all American schools wouldbe year.
not last long at this rate unless
will be against the law some day. closed. step STANDARD OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED

;, .. are taken to reforest.- - *

The Leesburg Grass Fiber Pulp and

Paper Company, will build a plant in
South Jacksonville to give the finishing -
Fords touches to all makes of paper.

oix. The Leesbun plant will get the ma-
terial in and It'to .
shape ship the
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THE UNIVERSAL --
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TRACTOR gateway mill. Gilbert Leach is the I. -- -'---- ---- - --

l moving spirit in ,the enterprise.' roan,. involved.Adapt produc- pound. Now with the shortest '
crop a crop booth, how to use them in the At
'
New York and San Francisco are tion to market requirements. Market in modern history it is about 23 cents. was demonstrated tn another IV

now only a day separated as shown crops through your own organization. During the last fiscal year the total same idea was carried out by *''eII&! &:
by recent flights of the mail alt Grow cash crops that the market consumption of cotton was about 12- ing poultry, eggs and butter to tb
planes. Great changes from the days wants. Standardization on varietyand 000,000 bales and this year's production nutrition booth.
of the pony post of weeks, a fact quality of cash crops and market I is estimated at 11,516,000 bales.
within the memory of the living. Air them in an orderly fashion, first The world needs cotton for many pur- READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE

plane service will soon come t" Florida supplying home demands. Adapt crop poses.A .
.. in a few hours from New York. rotation and the farming business' to
"
.. meet the economic conditions Implied)\ "LIVE AT HOME" CAMPAIGN
The last legislature of Minnesota In the above program." POPULAR IN NORTH CAROLINAIn t
hv law ordered all signs along roads!
to be removed C. J. Brand, marketing specialist of
except official bulletin a
47 counties of North
Carolina
., ----r boards and markersi before Dec. 1.or the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, snyii "live at home" a
campaign, backed by CRINGERI1
that from 1891 to 1921 the human
the state will take them down at
the of (
the
governor state revived interest -
population of the United I
States Increased i
the
q of the
On
expense! owners. nome '
in
gardening, poultry, hogs, and
it /fry Florida road slams almost make from 62,948,000 to 107,833,000 I
while the number of cattle in the dairy work during 1922. People
I fences and shut off air and sight of coun-
the try increased only from 51,363,572 to pledged themselves to plant larger
country. I and better gardens both to feed the -o--
66,652,559. It is thus obvious that
The strawberry root worm, an outdoor the growth in population has absorbed I family and sell the surplus. A report
,, insect native over a large partof the increased beef production and' received by the U. S. Dept. of Agri- We manufacture any size i

this country, has! been for many the same is true of mutton. Average culture gives many statistics on tho tombstone. Buy direct and

,. years an important enemy of strawberry shipments of American pork- and pork results achieved. Halifax county In save agent's commission.
and raspberry! plants, but recently products to Great Britain from 1910to typical. As a result of its garden
it has developed a liking fur 1914 were about 450.000.000 work there were 260 new summer Write us a line.

the roots and the leaves of hothouse pounds. In 1919 the total was 1,369- 'gardens, 100 new winter gardens, and MARBLE AND
J O roses and its depredations have become 000,000 pounds, while in the fiscal vegetables sold to the amount of $5- LAKELAND
!, notorious to floristseast of the ended June Oll. The Mecklenburg county home
D a. 0 year 30, 1922, the ship-
.; tacky mountains. The new activities ments were 676,000,000 pounds. As demonstration agent reports that in GRANITE WORKSG.
.' o' the pest are described in Farmers' Europe gets more normal the exportsof addition to gardens planted, 100 milk
.J Bulletin 1344, The Strawberry Root- American farm products will de cows have been brought into the coun- L. BLACKBURN, Proprietor

,.'",,' worm as an Enemy of the Greenhouse I| crease. Then we must look to South ,|ty. Families in the mill districts of Lakeland, 'Florida ,

Rose. The bulletin is sent free by :America and Asia.A Pasquotank county- were interested in .4r:3'
------r. "
I ; )i iIl he U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington II backyard gardens. The mills gave a '
D. C. post card addressed to U. S. Public number of vacant lots rent free to I
I Health Service 228 First St., N. their employees who raised quantitiesof
Il I i: Nothing Like This Low Price The last annual report of the Missouri ,- W., Washington, D. C., asking' for the vegetables.The A universal write

Board of Agriculture pays the pamphlet "Keeping Fit" will After'
I bring total egg" production through that. benefits evsiibody.
I t(, Has Ever Been Known Before following tribute to the cow: "Littledo you information ''you have been look- poultry work in 24 counties is estimated !-

we realize the debt we owe the ing for about the care of your body, at about 400,000 eggs, of which v .
v No farm ow. During the dark ages of savagery and the development of muscular about one-third were sold, another Very Aids llf.Mlli
i: tractor ever offered more value
money and barbarism we find her early strength, endurance and the vigor of third used for hatching sold for
or
f. or more work value, than the Fordson Tractor ancestors natives of the wild for- manhood.The breeding Meal cleanses the I lee*,
purposes, some preserved in .
I .r at this astounding new low price. of eats civilization of the world.penetrated As the bright the dark-rays birds are-the-police of the aIr.! water glass, and many used at home. 7 soothes_ :',the thrwtWMGIEY5

No farm power unit you can possibly buy will ness of that early period and man The reason birds are so useful in con- Purebred poultry was urged every
where.
j do more for so little-and no farm, regardless of called upon the cow, she came forth trolling insect pests is that their power rolled in The dairy 2,323 work demonstrations in these countieshad en-

size or location can afford to be,without a Ford- I from her seclusion to share in the efforts -. of rapid migration brings them in 9,090 which
son Tractor. that gave us a greater nation' numbers ;where (the ,insect f< Abundant. They seem to spread the by
4 .... Plate order and more enlightened people"A extension workers.. Butter was made
your now-there ia no time for delay or news like wildfire among themselves, ,
., comparison. Price alone makes your choice the Fordaon. state-wide agricultural policy, and they do not leave the pest-ridden I by 2,861 demonstrators, to the esti 'tore>ftleatb r' ..ytLAVV

., After that performance will prove to you, as It has to which includes marketing, was formulated district while insects are numerous.. I mated value of $181Q61.70. of which
-r''" S70.00O owners, that this light, compact Fordson is the at a recent conference of Colo.r I about one-ninth waj 'sold. Cottage
,f most ..fGoIentpower plant ever hitched to a 'farm' tooL r rado extension workers called by the What's WI'O"a' At the beginning of cheese, cream, sweet milk, and but*"
t 1123, cotton brought' about 80 cents term "were used'at'f home and Bold
Let as to Write call i Colorado agriculaural college, as foljlows ,
r PI"O\'e.t ,.you. or phone today. and 8,853 f" '
' >> : farm returns ;; persons reported;Increased '
"Make
*
< comman Weak .
\
: Eyes) .
'; i mate with-kability: risk and, invest Are rasa.str.at LeosmtdTst u ae of mllc'nclI1Uk} .products'In, theft.
)J.C."AUTRYAUTHORIZED: FORD DEALER -Bees: laflsvuaatkm by is eared'witkmt Hyi'yaia Leo family' dle '..' '. 4' "

... (. 666 cures,Maaria) ,Chill>* and- "'.1a+oae day.{ .N..tMe a gp-s'smady; 801 Thsfflv4! { at'home"'idea.was
KISSIMMEE;,,FLORIDA: fIf : .pars.'cad.MaUg.s-;.Keepsthe.syse ,l lit ont'hi't? $ ; ,,, ;
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. LEGAL: -:'ADVER1JSEMENTS. 11 11TRill' mr ATTACHMBNT ::11) .

To Ilob.rt'F. Brans. JDaq., . NOW'ZBITED AT AUTRKTOThe

I Care ))runs Brother Grocery Com aay, .
4..11 Race 8tr.." Cincinnati,. Ohio. first of the new. type Ford cars f
COUNTY jvDOEni. COURT.IN ; In Circuit Court. 17th., Judicial Circuit And all other persons Interested: .
AND -rOR OSCHOLA COUNTY In and for Osoeola County. Florli You and eaoh.of YOU are hereby no which recently arrived; in this city:* .
TATH or VXOIUUA da. In Chancery: Jewell Citrus Development titled that Flynn-Harrls-Bullard Com
Re Estate of Elisabeth Young, Co., a corporation organis eaOF. a corporation having Its domloil are now on display at the show room
Deceased. ed and under the laws of the state of Delaware, has commenced ''
\Slate ofFlorida, Complainant. Versus an action by attachment In the of M,. C.. A trey. local Ford 'dealer.
CITATION John Fay, et al. Respondents) Bill to Circuit Court In and for Osocola county. .
To Alll Rhode, Forbes Missouri; quiet ''Title. Order of Publication. The Florida. and sued out an attachment The higher radiator now 'standard
Xrbelfan; Blpes,, Forbes MI..ourlj leu- State of Florida lot. Arthur Fell and against Robert. Bruni, and haa
ten* Carter, Forbes Mlssoqrl; Lottiearter Annie' Fell his wife, of London, England caused said writ of attachment. to be in all Ford types, has'trough a general
Forfeit City Missouri; Oraoelarper. : Oliver Hungerford Palmer, If levied upon oertaln lands, the property
till 8. 14th St. 8t Joseph living and If dead all parties claiming of Robert f. Bruns, situated In O. llssourl) Herbert Bush No. 401 Anme- Interests under Oliver Hungerford I>al- ola 'county' ", Florida, to recover the line 'and the hew radiator
St., fit. Joseph Dora met, deceased or otherwise In the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars apron
>awls, No. 401 .Ansellque St.Bt. .10... property hereinafter described il.--John ($1i.000e0)damages, and you and all blending 'with similar apron effects on

h. Missouri; James Bush, Orahamr Robert Murray, If living and dead persons Interested, are required to appear the fenders the front of the
gives
Mlsslourl; Bertha Sip... (Mrs. Nora all parties claiming Interests under to said action on the 1st day of carsa
Ipe..) Forbes Missouri. John Robert Murray deceased or other. October,I 192, $. H. L. ANDERSON- highly finished appearance. T
I And. to all other persons Interestedn wise. In, the property hereinafter described SS-tt Attorney for plaintiff.In .
| the hereinafterdescribed. ., real ... ; Francis H. S. Hatton If living .C The touring car shows a decided .'
te. -' ,' and ,tf dead all parties claiming Circuit Court for the 17th Judicial improvement having a more streamline ,-. . tt' /
NOTICE! Is hereby given to you" and Interests under Francis H. 8. Hatton. Circuit of the State of Florida In and
kach-. of,yon, that dames CJolT.. a. ,ad. deceased or otherwise, In the property for Osceola County. Special Road and effect. It Is lower in appearance, Feathers Most Come Before Eggs
nlnlstrator of the Estate of. Elisabeth' hereinafter described: All parties Bridge District No. .4. Osceola County a feature adding much to the attractiveness :
Florida. plaintiff State of Florida
Tounff. deceased has flied a Petitionn claiming Interests under Margaret R. vs.
the above styled Court setting forth Kochenderfer deceased. or otherwise Defendant Validation of Bonds Notice of the alanting windshield .*.
f hat there are debts and charges due In the following described to. TO THE! TAX PAYERS AND CITIZENS
ind owing by said Estate, and that the wlt:. property of Special Road and Bridge District No. and one-man top.' Molting season is here, Your hens :will easily, <
personal Estate Is Insufficient for the Lots SI and ST of Section IT Township 4 Osceola County Florida said Special The Ford runabout likewise. much lose their old feathers. But
Road and Bridge District being To..n."hip can they grownew
purposes of paying such debts and' tS South Range SI East according .' .
charges, and that It Is necessary to to the Plat of Narcoossun., Twenty-five (16) South Range improved and looks more' sturdy. ones?

ell the real estate for that purpose, filed on the 11th day of. January Twenty-seven (17) East of Tallahassee The coupe is entirely new in body
ind praylnK for an order to take pos. A. D. 18BO.AI.SO Meridian Osceola County. Florida. You '
esslon of the' following teal estate assets : All of Blocks 198. 197; Lots are hereby required toshow cause If design and construction. There is a If You-don't give your birds feather-making feeda..

for the payment of debts and T. 8, 8 and 10 of Block 115: All of any' you have on the 29th day of September more trim exterior more they will drain their bodies for feather-making ,
D. 1.11, the appearance,
charges dueS and owing vis: mocks U8 and 117 of the New A. at courthouse
LoU Fifteen (16) and Sixteen (16) Town of Narcoossee, according to at Klsslmmee, Osceola County. Florida comfortable seating arrangement andlrI'ea'ter _.-.--__ material. The molt,will be prolonged and birds.
of lllocfc Kitty-one (tl), of Ht. the Plat of Narcooasee Farm and why the bonds of Special Road and will not lay next winter. .
Cloud according to the Plat o( the Townslte Company filed on the Bridge District No.4. Osceola County luggage carrying capacity.
Seminole Land and Investment llth day of February* A. D Itll. Florida In par value of "0.00000. and {From the dash there is a graceful
Company. Situate In St. Cloud Situate In Osceola County, Florida. the proceedings upon which the same Chowder makes feathers. Feed twice as much
are based as shown by the Petition in the cowl to the radiator. The
Uscoola County Florida. sweep
You, and each of you are hereby commanded Chowder Hen Chow 'and hens will molt .
THICKEKOKB you and each of filed In the above cause In theClerk'soffice as your ,
you and required to doors wide and heavily framed.A .
on the are
appear
of the above Court the 6th
knd all other persons Interested on day and will be
arehereby quickly naturally. They readyfor'early
lat day'of October. A. D, un (same of .
commanded to appear before being the Rules day-to October UII September A. D123,. should not bealldated larger compartment at the rear
fall
and confirmed. WITNESS laying.FLORIDA .
ne, at Klsslmmee. Oscpola County to the Bill of Complaint Sled In this gives increased room for luggage and
Vie of the
Florida, on the Ird day of October 1. cause, Judge above Court and mY
_>. 111 and to show cause. If any you Witness the Honorable C. O. Andrews name as ClerK of said Court and the the new type rear fender is more secure
seal of said
Court this the Ith day of
ave why said Petition should not bf as Judge of the above Court
ranted. September. A. 1).- 111J Ventilator in the cowl and a
{ and my name as Clerk thereof and, the
WITNESS my name, as County Judge official seal thereof this the 28lh day . 1. OVERSTRIiJIIT.A. visor over the windshield' add to the
f Oiiceola County. "Florida at Klsslm- of July A. D. HIS. ,., Clerk of above Court. :
mee, together with the Seal of mvftlcr J. 1. OVKRSTRKRT Clerfe.Ct Circuit Court 8e.1)JOHNSTON appearance, effecting a high quality FEED STORES :

(b. 1923. this the ZZnd day 6f August- A. ( KRIBBS Ct. Seal) By H H. Bullock D. C. As Counsel for Special A GARRETT Road and Bridge aspect. :
A STEFD.Solicitor. ,
District No. 4, Osceola. Florida.
|SEAL) T. L. COMER. for Complainant. ItatROTI"H County Interior arrangements is most convenient
F County Judge. bf Oscpola County 39-St and the upholstery is choice.
8-61. Florida. OF MAHTRIVS BA1.KNotice
LEGION POPULATION CENTER The seat is deeply cushioned and the -
Is hereby given that und..rand
NOTICE OP SIIEHIFK'S SAI.H. by virtue of a final' decree of fore. FOUND TO BE IN ILLINOIS cushions are divided making it easy 306

To Arthur K:: Donegan and To all closure made by the Judge of the 8eventeenth for the tank which is Broadway
horn It May Concern: Notice Is hero- Judicial Circuit of State of Pontiac filling gasoline
ll.v given that the undersigned as SherIlfr Florida In and for Osoeola County In Illinois, a city of 11,000 under the seat. A small recess shelfat

of Osceola County Florida acting Chancery, on April SOth. 19aa. In a certain people about 92 miles south and west the of is for TELEPHONE US YOUR
|under and by virtue of the following cause therein pending wherein rear the seat handy

execution:: to-wlt: i George W. Fox:: was complainant and J. of Chicago is the approximate centerof small parcels. The door windows are NEEDS'f'
Execution:: dated the 1st day of September : W. Miller Jr. as Administrator of the
A. D. 110, Issued out of the estate of J. W. Miller deceased Marlon American Legion population In the equipped with revolving type window
Circuit Court of Oseeola County, Florida I'J K Miller Oscar Bass, also known as desired
regulators permitting .
based upon a certain judgment Hull HaHH. J. M. Duncan as TrusteeIn United States, according to figures any .Call Up No. 218
rendered In a suit brought by JamesF. Bankruptcy of the estate of Rull ventilation. Doors are provided with *
Boor. Plaintiff ",,,. Arthur E. Don.iRun. Haas. St Johns Cattle Company, a corporation compiled at national headquarters of
locks.
defendant said judgment" beingated e' and Qeorge W. Mann were the organization. This computation (r W O- O NE.-EIC H T)
the 14th day of November 1417 The higher radiator has greatly enhanced -
was recorded In Final Judgment Docket ,ap-pointed i i. based on legion members in late duly -
No 1, page" I U. lead of Lewis O'Hrvan. have taken the beauty of the Ford Four

I did therefore levy upon and under charge of and will offer for aale before I 1923. Door Sedan. This car, highly popular
rust hv virtue of said levy will offer the Court House Door In Klsslmmee. The legion population naturally follows -
-for sale and sell the Interest which Osceola County. "Florida duringthe since its introduction a year ago
the said Arthur E. Donegan had on l legal hours of sale, on Monday the population of the country. because of its low graceful lines now Headquarters for
Mi<- 14th dav of November. lilt (out* October the 1st 1ZS to the highest The center of the whole nation is fifty ,
of Final Judgment), In the following and heat bidder for cash the following represents a more sturdy appearance.
described rial estate, located In Osc described real estate, situated In OsceI miles west and slightly south of Indianapolis -
I of and Another feature coming as the result PURINA POULTRY
ola County Florida to-wlt. County, State Florida de- CHOWS
1 where is located the Amer-
Tho BVi of the 8 4 of the NW!. of nrrlbed a. follows: All of the North- of the change made in the frontof
the HW '4 of Section 14. I (apt Quarter N9)4) of Northwest ican Legion National Headquarters. t
The NWH of the NWfl of H.'ctlonMl 'quarter (N\\'.4), and the Northwest the car, including larger cqwl, radiator -
U. Quarter (N\\''<' ) of Northeast ,Quarter All these points are within a 100 mile and hood is that occupants of

1 t ln Township 26. South Range 4). and fractional Northeast Quar- distance of each other, so that geo-
29 |Iter (NKtJ ) of Northeast Quarter the front seat are afforded more, UftJNA
The anld Interest In said" property (VKV< ) of Section Sixteen (K), Town- graphically the present headquartersof thus added riding CHICKEN
nil) bo Hold by me as aforesaid l. at public Chip Twenty-live (15)) South, the organization is central loca- space, insuring
a
auction before the Court Iloun- ,, hilly (30) Hunt, and also the South-1 comfort. *
door at Klsilmmee, Osceola Countv Hint Quarter 4KH}'4) of Northwest 'jtion for direction of the work cf theVeterans'
Florida between the legal hours of terarttMN(NWS4)\ and ... :' Many other little improvements and
fnli' mi October 1st. A. D. 1921, at which ) of Northeast Quarter body. refinements are noticeable, including N
time Hnlil property will be knocked (NB>,4) of said Section Sixteen:: (16), The preparation of membership fig.
down to th. highest and best bidder Township Twenty-five ( 15 ) South revolving type window regulators for I iT
or bidders for-cash therefor. Range thirty (SO) Fast, and being the ures revealed many interesting facts. all 'door windows and a dome light I I
This the ZTth day of AuguatAs 1>. W Mil* Although most of the western states
1923. U It. FARMRR.An I I: r.mbaLf.olg..rn.to..t? vx'OCt.: {th, for illuminating the interior.

Sheriff of Osceola County Florldn.6t 1910, Ira Welherhee.. et ux. May SOth. have comparatively low membership, The will be on display at I .
'I 1 I AprilI2itA i iI new cars
1916, James K. Milliard, et ux, in totals deter- I
I I 1 1T. Myrtle Llghtsey, et vlr; consistency practically the show rooms of M. C. Autrey, fer
NOTICE OF SIlKIUrPSALE!. 28th. Kit by ,deeds recorded mined the east and west line at theMississippi '
the next few days.
'I respectively In deed Books 12,
page
To F. B.! Woodward and To All Whom II, Book "BD", page 584)); Book 4.. page river. The north and

It en May that concern undersigned: Notice Is as hereby. Ilv-1: i. and 108 In. the office of the Clerkof south line was more difficult to esti STUDIES METHODS OF USING I CO-OPERATIVE EGG MARKETINGThe BUND MASONS
the Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- .
Osceola County Florida aging under ,'ty, Florida to all of which referenceIs mate. The great cities in the regionof OVERSIZED SWEET POTATOES r r ,

tine and by to-wlti virtue .of the._ following. .:: herein made. Deed O. F.at KRIBBS.cost of pur. the lakes, and of New England, farm poultry. ,flock haa. .beep From the. antipodes comes the story .r
chaser. '
sued Execution:: out of dated th. County August Court.Ith. $In oeCU.1 Special Master In Chancery., played a principal part 'in setting,the Methods of, using oversized sweet sweet I made-- _"source,of cash income as well of the. raising' the*Master \Mason, ,,
PLEDGER" DAVIS. potatoes, or "jumbo" potatoes, x
for Osceola County.: Florida ... Solicitors for Complainant. .J7-5t line so far south, a* 'against the great in number as .of" food' for ,the family by many degree of William Alexander ""Blaclc-
I' which
on certain rendered In n are produced large '
a judgment
milt brought by ,ur. C. D. Christ vs. expanses and sparsely settled region when the growing season has beejmilJually I farm women who, have learned from ett, late of the, A. E. F., who was
F. K Woodward said Judgment being: NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX oTlhe South and Southwes't. Once the blinded by a'German bomb at Ypres; '
dated the tin day of August 1SI. and DEED. ( good constitute one of the problems their agricultural and extension ag.

recorded'in' County Court Judgment NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. ThatA. !agricultural states were met, however, with which the U. S.'Dept. of ents the best methods of poultry man in 1916. The' ceremony took placein
agriculture ,,
Book No.1. IX. B. McLean. purchaser of Tax Certificate
page the line determined and
I was quickly ; 'Empire Lodge No.: 87 Tasmania
Execution dated August llrd. fitS Noa 111. UI and S4S. dated the ,' is concerned. The smallor agement and preparation of products ,
issued out of Justice of Peace Court 3rd day of June, A. D. 11S, has filed I I'the preponderance of the nortn was for market. The experience ef the Constitution. A few years ago' W. W.
of
I standard market sizes sweet
Florida has potatoes
office and
Firm District Oaoeola County said certificates In my established.
Drake of the Masonic of Kll-
based certain renderedIn for tax deed to IssueIn of Fairhaven Lodge ,?
made
on a Judgment application y. S. grade No. 1 and U. S. women Georgia, com-
a suit brought by F. A. Souders. va accordance with law. Said certificates These figures do not take into con- eon, Texas, while acting as Master of
!.' "1. Woodward said judgment being! embrace the following described grade No. 2 find more ready sale be- munity, is typical of the work in ....\
dated. the 8th day of August. l$tl. and I property situated In Oacoola County sideration any territorial or foreign cause they are suitable for storing, many states. These farm women, 'de his lodge, was stricken blind., )Ie '
recorded In Justice of Peace Record Florida to-wit: departments of the legion embracing continued in the full discharge of his a
No I. Page 101 i I All Blocks 40, 47 and 48 and Lots 1. ,canning, and shipping to distant mar. siring to improve the earnings of their
I did thereafter levy upon and under 1 and LotJ 7 to 11 of Block 67, Inclusive only the departments in the 48 states flocks brought to the weekly duties however, repeatedly confer ,

f and hv virtue of aald levy will offer according to the Plat of Runny- and in the District of Columbia. A kets. eggs ring all the three degrees in a'most ,
for sale and sell th. Interest which F mede. When good growing conditions pre- I meeting of the extension club where I
)']. Woodward had on the Snd day ofJuly The said land being assessed at the membership already in excess of that home-demonstration show. (efficient and impressive manner. He
the
of vail to harvest time, oftentimes as' agent
said
1123Date when property wes date of Issuance certificatesIn up
of last has been enrolled in several times re-elected
attached). In the following describedpersonal the name of H. Dlsston Ratate Unless year manyof much as 40 percent of the crop is Composed ed them how to grade and pack properly was IJaster '
property to-wit: said certificates shall be redeemed the departments away from the of the lodge. a
One American Electric Floor Surfacing according to law tax:: deed will Issue shores of overgrown potatoes, and the for shipment. This was con

Machine No. 91. together thereon on the 8th day of September A. of America. development of profitable methods for tinued each week until the memberswere {c
with all .equipment and attachment I D. 1923. J. L. OVERSTREET, New York is well in the lead in He Should Worry
thereto belonging. Clerk Circuit Court. covering them into useful products is able to do the work

1 he said Interest In said property will Osreola County. Florida. C. (I point of membership totals, ahead of therefore of great importance. Sweet themselves. They then organized toj f, Buddy was. up before the disability
be Hold by me a. aforesaid at public 16-tt By 8. H Bullock. D.
Illinois which state leads
auction before the Court House Door I Pennsylvania potatoes rank second in importanceof ship their eggs co-operatively, secure:! board. The pompous alienist was asking

at Klsilmme. Osceola County Florida III Sevealee. betweeen the legal hours of sale on F-eH4a. t Irrult. (... ofOxeulii ,eion. all vegetables grown in the United as a customer a grocery In a I '

O..lnbt'rat; A. D. 111. at which time 'Ce.. y. I.. ( .......7. Hill fer IM- States and are richer lh carbcjhy- near-by city, and, according to report. I determine his mental condition and
said will be knocked down to ver.... I out with California Minnesota and <
property
to the United States Department of Buddy was rapidly getting disgusted.
the highest and best bidder or bidders Myrtle Cocke r-omplalnant, VII. drates, especially starch than any
for rash therefor. William Fletcher Corke, 1-tespondent. Wisconsin in a three-cornered contest other vegetable commonly grown. For Agriculture, have been carrying on a I "Quick shouted the celebrated

This nth day at Auoruet. A. D 1$2S::. ORDER;: OK PUBLICATION :I for the sixth, seventh, and eighth pla- business for doc, "tell me this: How many legs
L. R. FARMER.. On Monday October the let A D192S. this reaSbn they are a possible source satisfactory njpre: than, .
Aa !Sheriff! of Osceola. County Florida. the same being" a Rule Day of ces. of products cantaining or derived a year. i has a lobster?" .

83-6t this Court, the respondent, 'Wllllnm Legion members in six departments many : I Buddy looked at hint crushingly before "
Fletcher Oocke, Is required to appear from starch such as potato New co-operative egg marketing associations -

IV THE COUWTY COURT IN AND Foil to the Bill of Complaint filed against exceeds that of 1922, with twelve other flour, dehydrate potatoes, starch ni- organized in 1922 accord- replying.

OKCKOLA' COUNTY FLORIDA. him herein states having enroled more than dozen' "For the luvva Mike he said "is
This order to be published once. eachw..ek' rup alcohol, vinegar, breakfast foods ing to reports, handled 490,000 ,
ATTACHMHNT DAMAHK .00 for four consecutive weeks In 90 the total attained December that all to about- "
percent got
THE GULF FERTILIZER! COMPANY The Klaalmniee Valley (laa'lteaweekly ,' and various kinds of feeds. All of eggs; in 1921 some new oganizations you worry

a corporation organised and exlstlnaunder :: newspaper published InOsceoln; I I 13, 1922. Claims for'the largest these products have been preparedbut handled about 200.000 dozen eggs. ,: Exchange.
and by virtue of the Laws of County. Florida single post of the legion are mode by .
the State of Florida. Witness my hand and official seal at present no sweet-potato byproducts - --- -- -- - -- ._- .
Plaintiff this list day of August A. D 19JS.J members of the Douglas county Nebraska commercial I

v.. L. OVERHTREET:: post of the legion, approaching industry on a .
r-APTAIN- WIL.MAM IiYNO. also Clerk Circuit Court. scale exists in this country.A .
W. L.YNO OnceolA County Florida three thousand members although
known CAPT
.as
method for the commercial manufacture
t.ndant. COMPANY
(Circuit Court Real other posts are planning to BASS CONSTRUCTION
Notice Is hereby given that the aboventttled PLRDOKR DAVIS. of sweet-potato sirup, basedon
( suit was on the Jnd day ofAulll'u.t Solicitors for Complainant S7-5t give the Cornhuskers a race for these !
Instituted by attachment laboratory and plant experiment..1work.
A. D. tin honors before the is ended. AND BUILDERS
; that summons ad r..pond..n- In County Judge's Court In and foi year Rep- has been developed'by the burreau CONTRACTORS
dum was Issued against Captain Wil- O.coollCounty., Florida In the m"-1 resentation to the national conventionis .
liam Lyng also known as CaptV.. ter of the estate of J. K T i of chemistry of the jU. S. Dept.of WOOD BRICK STONE
but LorFinal based on the books of the national! ,
l.yng the defendant In said cause ceased Notice of Application While this work ha
returned by the Sheriff of Osceola Discharge. TO ALL WHOM IT M\Y I treasurer on September 15. A cam- Agriculture. STEEL STUCCO
County, unserved.. the defendant said CONCERN. Notice Is hereby. given that shown that the use of this sirup inJlmlt5 JACK BASS
Florida that Administrator of paign is in of the legionto N. F. BASS'
out of the State of : the undersigned as on every post
r its cost of as
Writ of Attachment followbeening levied by- the estate of J B. Tumblln deceased : secure four members each week < by manufacture 322 Royal Street 616 Sproule Avenue"ASK
said Sheriff I A the descrJb- will apply to the Judge of the above compared with that of other common I
,.-d Real Estate belonging to said de. Court for Letters of Discharge from I until that date, so that each department t
fendanC situate lying and being In Os- the administration of the above estateat ly used {sirups, in any emergency, -- --- ---
ceola county. Florida. ?to-wlt' the office ot the said Judge. at Klas- may secure the greatest representation when the price of and sirup is --
The southwest quarter (SW%) Immee, Florl'da. on the 1st day of Nov- I in the history of the legion. sugar YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For
of Section Sedan (T), Township'Twentysix .ember. A. D. 111 This the SOth day ofAu..t. greatly, increased, ifmight be. possible Fertiliser Company has furnished Florida .
BOMth. Range over SI years the H. O. Painter
II) D.
Twenty-nine (< A. WILLIAM mo RAM Co-operation and organization are tp manufacture this sirup profitably growers with fertilisers. The continued patronage of experienced:: growers .-

on a" tb. e'property of CaptaindWilllam As Administrator of the estate of J. indispensable to the improvement of and to the benefit of American selves proof of satisfactory results. .

Lyng, the..defendant 1ft the 11. Tumblin, deceased. If method for manufacturing COULD BBriTBR FERTILIZER BB MADE. WB WOULD EARN IT
JOHNSTON A GARRETTAs conditions in agriculture. The'very agriculture. a

Now.VhVr'sfor.. 'yoo. the .aid.. Captain Counsel. for said Administrator. nature of agricultural production it more cheaply could be devised Write for New Fall Price Lists Just Issued
al.o known C.pL II-'t
W. Lyag.William def..ndan"Lyng and aU otherpet- I makes organization and combinationof the sirup from sweet potatoeshas E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO, Jacks.vuT. FlerUa .s.Its

.ons .......,. are hereby required to NOT1CB TO CREDITOR distincl commercial possibilities. ,
personally pe and appear to said actionat la C..... ef the C- ty '.*_. OsweetaC effort imperative. Unlike other | 'v
the (Court House In the. city J or 1le- ... r. state .f M.rt*. industries) where workingmen are concentrated V
FlorIda, won International exchange commercial
Osoeola County. M. WlnstanUy.Deceased. ,
elrame.. of John
In r* Estate
"the.Rule' Day.In November.'A.'D. /%". To all Creditors. Legatees.Distributees in one place, farmers are students is recommended In a report ?' .W5 T ompsosaJfn :
that being ) day the ... .. and alt Persons har. scattered over large' areas and they : : .
Judgment wlllbe .n- the foreign commerce department
aid maniby else cingclaim. or Demands, acalnstaald ,.by ,
.tered4 agalnst.you by d.fault. *"d. this law Batata .. "-' ,. live at *'distance; quite often a considerable committee of the Chamber -- '

cause p ndtheRu will proceed e -,.< *a.K>'.raotlo:provided!,by f' ,talsicierl.tfcou tified Tou.. and and each require of you.to are, present hereby'no any one,.from' each. other.:Under of 'Commerce of the United .Statss.It .ai a. Ekes 511 ,Fweral Director -

claims and demands'Which you . .r such conditions they cannot'market _
"CNEtt8TRE111' ,
ConwLrrNE8H' ,J.; 'Ij. alnst the ,asks American business concernst ,
.In.O.c thIS :ror either state'of' John M. Win.tanloy deceased, their 'products to thVbett; advantage :consider: offering; facilities foryoung'forelgners ,--:- A Sloe. ....-. -st4erts. Jereess: fs'jIesteWWWf "

.a j.C.AII".A.oU .County, -:)J.111iL 0"... .' ,.tft late of.lrnedOeorsr Oseeola Cowty-. W..Florida. ...reo..to,. .Bx.the unless' they.' co-operate,' .'poolV: their' to learn; something .* 3twiot A.' ....' .A._r'tr.e., 'f J

;'" .1' .''1.: :' ..:.3: L. 0".a8'1'1111ct'' eeutor under of said estate, within 'two. years products sand'ship'them tomarket; 'in Wbont fcu4ess methods In th_United f'Cba.tilti.' : F tote A MM*.Since it Call aQAat,1aa T
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'. 'v.e ..we'er Cluk.' 0-0..CoentyJrlorida from>>at..J.the date IIIt'1I.t"hereof.2tb'A.' o.D. un.;, ,. large. :,:. ..sMitIN.1w '//States and.to offer facilities toe youngAmericanstostudy '.', 'PJION'8 \ ..Dc lr,'",

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I '' KISSIMMEE VALLEY; GAZETTE; FRIDAY SEPTEMBER' '7 1923
.EIGHT . .. - . ..- .

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i II ladies' consolation' prize! >fr. Jackson DANGER OF SOILS' '..

: ., IN SOCIETY'S REALM received the nest of ash trays for BECOMING ACID FROM ';. "- .

I making high score among the men, USING ACID PHOSPHATE
; I ,and Mr. Mallory Welch another Apop. '
Some.farmers fear.to use fertilizers; Monroe Thomas
"
ka guest won the consolation prize : 'j :
PARTY i .
BIRTHDAY containing' acid phosphate, or super :.: : ,, ,
receiving two decks of cards. \.'. ,/t; \\r ... ;.., : < '
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The country home of Mr. and Mrs. phosphate, believing or afraid that W'tf i . h '." :
.. ,.. '
resplendentin < ' '
The ,
dining room was w j./-ttJ,' \ !>.,T '., ,7' '( ,
pleasant a decorative scheme'featuring RadianceTones. their soils will be made acid. Speaking r j'' W//'ii'tI'J' .";' GARAGE... "'f"";".\:" ,.. ,
"
A large white cake,' about 'this; Dr. R. W. Ruprecht, chemist ', :!tl.f'' ,/ ..
fathered to celebrate the birthday of 'candles the table of theFlorida experiment,station, "I f<.!..'.,..""NL" : {,\:' 5r
with centered 'dining
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Mrs. Cooper A delicious chicken says :-:, .,' :: ', '
!, 18 Emmett Street ,
and 'a lighted taper was at each ..
dinner, with all 'trimmings, was guest's place, Salad course, followed: 1 .''Acid phosphate or superphosphate, ' .- .", .

,served, followed by Ice cream. in' cann I by ice cream and cake, was served G: snot produce ,acid a.oils. This has PHONE 47 "

telopes, and cake. Mrs. Cooper received'f been; shown by experiments conductedin .,.. .
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many lovely, gifts. KISSIMMEE FISHERMEN all .sections the country. Super ,

f.' Those enjoying the day were ; Mr. MAKE BIGGEST TARPON CATCH phosphate does not contain any free

; and Mrs. Cooper, and children Ralph, sulphuric acid. When freshly made it Once More We've Been Forced to Add Another'

i'i. Rosella Eva Mae, J. M. Jr., and Mrs. That little fishing trip' down in docs contain between 1 and 2 percent .

C. W. Breaker and daughter, Elveda ( Tampa Bay a couple of 'weeks ago l of free phosphoric acid which is grr.J-
..
Jane of Clearwater, and Mrs. Mary i when Earl Lupfer J. C. Buckels, Jim
ually neutralized as the superphos- Mechanic. That Makes Four. '
1 1I Why Say More
Miller and Walter Coble brought ?
Elswick of Switz City Indi nn.a. i I phate ages, so that the superphos- ,
home three silver beauties nearly as
phate usually found on the market
t BRIDGE CLUB AT I
started something.
I big as they were '
'contains less than 1 percent of free
DR. GEIGER HOME is evidently either
Tarpon fishing .contagious 'phosphoric acid.

One of the pretties events of last or infectious. At any ratethe ,i "The red color produced when blue Prompt Attention To Small Job At Well A. Large
week was a party given by Mrs. II. same four annexed three others
I litmus paper i is brought in contact
S. Geiger at her home on Verona this week and spent Labor Day doing
with
superphosphate is not due to any
atreet, when she entertained the Tues ''just that thing W. E. Sanderson -
'I free acid, but to water soluble .salt of
day afternoon bridge club and; a number Sheriff Farmer and Edgar Katz were '
phosphoric acid and lime. As tho _. ._ . .....
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-- - -- -- -- - _
:, of guests at five tables of bridge the three latest! to come town with the _
plants on trees take up the phosphoric
HAD
COUNTY SEVERAL
The decorations
last Friday afternoon. disease.
i acid from this salt an alkaline ..
were composed of quantities of ,, Those seven Kissimmee sportsmen CALLS FOR MORE HELPNo
basic substance is left rather than ar !!
.' ccri-colored zinnias. Mrs. R. L. Star- landed, or boated or whatever you acid Lucky Again

bird made high score among' the club call it when you've.fought the silver one. Provisions Made In 1923-1924

members- and received a prize of handmade beauty for a half hour or (to until its "The fact that superphosphate 'eat- Budget To Take Care Of Public THE CASINO
does that I THEATREhas
,ti I lingerie, while a similar prize only a question of another minute or bags not necessarily mean Health :Nurse.: And Home .\I4ntlondur'H !
it contains. free acid. Any and al!
,went to Mrs. Marion Carson as win- two whether the fish hi --
I
get or
; you
:\ of the board of been fortunate
i fertilizer chemicals will 'eat' up the meeting enough to secure
ntr among the guests. Mrs. Edgar Katz gets you, and you do the getting-
bags in which they are kept. Sulphate county commissioners found the commissioners -
; they "got" ten tarpon, the.two biggest
consolation of ammonia, nitrate of soda, cyan i mid: l with more desires than MINNIEwith
weighing about hundred and I
a #
a
quar- and, to a lesser. degree, the poUir'.i: : i funds. Provision had been made in
Creamed chicken in patties, congealed ter a piece and standing !six feet in ;
salts all have this tendency. Yet ;no the budget for a county agent inas- .
,
.. vegetable salad, peach pickle, their sox. Earl Lupfer was the biggest -
t would think of saying that much as the resignation of Mr. Wilson -
I, cheese sandwiches, hot .buttered bi.I' winner, landing three while Jami i|hone cYIl'li.1 MARSHALL NEILAN
mid contains a free acid or that had not been anticipated, and his
.. cults, deviled eggs iced tea, and cake, ie Buckets and W. E. Sanderson each [ 1
'of soda would make soils acid. regular salary and expenses had been
made delicious refreshments. The got pair. Edgar Katz Sheriff Farmer : for motnee and night showings
I provided for. In response to a largedelegation'
of the club who Mrs.Geigers ''
guests enjoyed and Walter Coble each capturedone :
I STRONG HEALTHY PLANTS I requests the same money MONDAY AND TUESDAY
''w, hospitality were Mesdames: while Jim Miller got the consola- I BEST PROTECTION AGAINST:'. was voted to J. R. Gunn, newly
1 Howard Anderson P. G. Butteroff, tion prize, having several exhiliarating PRICES lOc
STRAWBERY LEAF-SPOT appointed agent, as had been paid Mr. AND 35c
.. J. D. Woodbeck, George Gardner, Mar- fights with the gamey beautiesbut ----- .

ion Carson Ellis Davis, and !Miss Augusta suffering them to get away. I i The struwbeiry's most common din- Wilson.Mrs. Celeste J. Fripp appeared before The eight reel feature they have been talking about

Winn.BIRTHDAY. |I| The Kissimmee crowd j' I
are Ringing ease is leaf-spot and the best means the board and found her cause

-- the praises! of Lotie Saulmonson and of controlling is to set only "tl'OI1J.j? which ___ __ _n _ .
PARTY FOR II I another one of the lucky ones
TilE KIDDIES I Captain Warner, who piloted! them into (healthy plants on well-drained Ian I, had !been anticipated. She requestedthe ) -
the happy fishing grounds and gave taking care to rt'moall diseased ball this year had some mighty fine Mr. Willson was gone a few minatei
board to third of the rent '
I Linwood Lee Starbirdthe attractive them the pointers about making their :i leaven at the time of setting. The pay a the experience in sitting in on lectures and came back with a list of peep!
for the school lunch during
little son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Star- : room and demonstrations by some of the who had the
quarries! prisoner. Mr. Saulmonson: ''disease is dependent moisture brought total almost
: bird, the host to number of his upon coming year, and was! met with anaffirmative }
was a j foremost football of the coun- to half the
is the tackle experts
fishing man for C. W. ''for spreading and may severely infVic quota. Unqueitionably t
that having
,
small friends answer expense
Saturday afternoon in :, Green and Company nt Tampa, and : a plant bed during the wet season in been taken into consideration. when Cry They're planning on taking the majority of people In Kissimmce wit I
celebration of his fourth
Games were enjoyed on the birthday.lawn after -| has the reputation of being the best :'Florida, according to disease !specialists ,the budget was made.' I whole team next year.. want to have a hand in helping tW j
,a : Tarpon fisher in Tampa. He that - --- - victims of the world's
which the the ( says of the Florida Experiment Sta Miss Lucy Bell Settle, state directorof MASONS 1NMPKESSIVELY greatest 41*
dining room was i, Monday's catch by these men is the tion. I aster, and the telegram from held
of attack ice : home demonstration agents, was LAY CORNER STONE
scene a joyful on cream I' "
and cake. Small harps and baskets']I, biggest party catch ever made in Tampa At first the disease (appears a. .less fortunate. She came before the -- quarters said wo need not;stop 11 !

Bay. small, deep, purple or red spots. on board to talk over the possibilities of (Continued from page. 1) our quota.
of candy were given the little guest-; i In addition to the ten and rills, thy woods and templed hills', Send in fire
favors. I,I fighting pieces the upper surface of the'' leaves. These appointing another home demonstration your dollars or Jour
as
The thaw ', of silver the party actually caught. spots rapidly increase in size and at agent. She said it would\: be difficult -I but that does not make them Ameri two and a half or your ODe dollu-
guests present on enjoyable
occasion ',they had beautiful tugs o' war with the same time, the color of the central to fill the created by cans. The geologist even if he be not whatever you want to' give to 110"{
: were Stanley Overstreet, thirteen others and also landed two I vacancy an American, loves the rocks. The long ard M. Katz the
Ralph Dale Evelyn Piano,'Earl Piano I i I portion changes from a purple toa the resignation rf Miss Albina Smith I' treasurer of > aI.

Ruby Prevatt, Carson Geiger Hugh, sharks. Sheriff Farmer came migh- reddish brown. In the later stapes who is one of the best in the state, haired #bolshevistic anarchistic, co-n- chapter of the Red Cross. Do it now. ,
ty nigh using school munistic' artist loves the woods and M
some The
is
Geiger Lena Wahooter Junior Wa- Sunday ,the lesions! become grayish or whitish but that the state had appropriationto I money needed _
hooter Jimmie Katz Howard katr I language once when two beauties in the center. The border remains assist one more county. They templed hills.\ It is more than that to Those who areln, on the Initial mevv ]

e Jr., Hilda Katz, Dorothea Belle Katz I,"blowed" just ahead of where his purplish, shading off into a reddishbrown would rather devote the money to a be an American. 'Land of the noble j with the amount subscribed:: are:

M Mildred Persons, Alice Gedge, Elizabeth ''fishing paraphernalia was waitingand coloration toward the healthy county which has had an agent and free thy name I love. To loveAmerica Mr. and Mrs.. O. P. Taw $10; Mr*

j f' Swim Elaine Paulk Junior he disgustedly thought he had a tissue. Severely affected leaves turn she said it would be available for Os- is to love what America rep Johanna Ringel, Osceola lUrdwin

Paulk Marell Lupfer Jimmie Farmer cat fish gumming up the parade. Just brown this discoloration beginning at ceola. The commissioners had to tell ,resents and standa'for. Not_the rocks:: 1 Company;! $5.00; Kati Brothers, W:

1/ Ada'Allen' O'Bry'an.KaUI\ :rine '0'- 'before his disgust broke into despera- i their tips and causing them to finally her that they had made no provisionsfor the rills the woods and templed hills E. .Sanderson.; Judge Krlbbs; $2JO;;

; Bryan}?$Katheflne: Fortenbury, Joy jtiont however his line,tightened with shrivel and die. ., a home demonstration agent this but the freedom for which it stands,I Bank of Osceola County; C, F. Thrashtr -* |

v'AnnjCoble' and Joe Berta Bullock l ,. R. jerk he let out a war"whoop, and Experts and experienced growers year however. She thanked the board the sentiment it contains, the ideals Merchants M; and'-'Farmeri: ; Bank,

K : V, .' for -tbe .next half hour; a_.fish line ,emphasize the !setting of,only strong for listening to her and said she hop represents, that ::1. why the, American .j $2.00; Treat'News\ Stand. $1.60 Dij) j

r BIRTHDAY, BRIDGE'r' ,.',' ... \ ; j I with' a tarpon on" one end andak'sher jheakhy plants -,on .well-drained. mil, ,' ed they would yeti: find the funds: """"e$! loves his country We love her I vid Lander, Mlnlck Drug Compaq)

v ".'il- Very'fenjoyable:{ was the party :v-I I iff'on'theother, ; gave"hin more exercise : ,i being careful to remove all diseased Mrs. G. W. Best again met the because, she symbolizes freedom! '):Jr.- Haynes Brinson, Roberson Pharmacy -

( en by Mrs. Roy L. Starbirdat her than a 'dozen bandits in the leaves! when the plants are set. Where board. with her request! for payment truth, justice, and religion. I would: Wilder'. Studio 'J. M. Willsoa,

t ik home at Clyde and Hughey streets on woods, and gave the rest of the crowd! the plants .show leaf-spot in the plant of a salary of a public health nurse. have these four words graven on every F. C. Bryan, George W. Perrons,

Monday night, at six tables of bridge. Ts much amusement as the proverbial bed, it can be controlled by spraying She asked: them to try and find a way j nchool from the Statue of Libertyto I $1.00; Lyles Story. $.50. .,

,, *- The affair was in honor of Mr. Stira barrel of monkeys. with bordeaux_ mixture, 4-4-.10 formula of financing the salary from the first! i the Golden Gate. They symbolize

bird's birthday. |I If we-give-a-little-more- thought' at once. Delay moans less effective < f January on. She assured the i: the spiiit of America in 177(>, in 18(51( LEGION PUSIIING I
I IMiH( and f917." PUBLIC PROJECISContinue"
control. in in ,
Miss
Mayme Pilley proved to be board that health
and public [
effort to control the insect and a good nursecould i
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the high score winner among the lad- disease pests ,that are burdening and I I Farmers-, -- -- ( be secured for the second, half The xpcukfT paid a glowing tribute ]I ( Jroiy Pare On"l *
? lea and received \\ ho make no effort t to.haw |! to Woodrow" .: Wilson as author of th ? of The commit! l'L I
a handsome glass breaking the backs of our farmers it flowers! I of the' -fiscal year for $!IOO, and that owners acreage eo
about their homes shout
!
vase while Mrs. John Jackson, of'' might not be so necessary to make KO remember' that he who I "he hoped to gt the expenses from I documents which had the greatest in-1'shortly nominate to Post Commander\
would maKei1"i
I; ... Apopka! was the recipient of the many laws.-Spuds Johnson. impivhiorl endeavors to look his !best 1,1, the school board' rod other. sources, if fluence in the tide of the war. "What- I Nelson Makinson additional sub-con/

f., i r t the county could I See its way clear to ever you may think of Woodrow Wilson mittees to assist in the work, all the

the .salary. The commissioners whatever may be your persona' legionnaires having pledged them*

y JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIII"" / illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllll fI '"'''" U II / lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllz / !'I all pay favor cd" ) engaging a public health ':''or political attitude toward him, you selves to work when called)) upon.( '':1: '

_. "Inurse.' three of them expressing' themselves can not deny, and no man who will I! The community house project ig T",

.ff"; ==, = as believing a nurse more val- honestly face the facts can deny, thatin ''so meeting with wide-spread tvt.<.'

:)11+; '- .= uable than a county agricultural agent, the eventful year of 1917 when the | It l is the intention of the Mskin.on: ',
==
= time came when the world had to be Carson House CommUtw: ;
but they regretted to inform her that I Community ,
,
.f'. .. === == it was impossible for them to employ ,I| made safe for humanity Woodrow to confer with all the various organizations ""

'' .. =-= = one, as no provision had been made I I Wilson wrote those great documents of the city, to get their vi,yT:

'j 1. == I. =-= for that expense when the budget wus i'jof i freedom which, according to the and suggestions, and to ask these organizations

i i == made. (i|I testimony of the German leaders, did to name committee members '

'- Wth Charles A. Garrett II. M. John- j, more to undermine the morale of the to serve on a general eo-operativ! '

If 1 = The Bank The Beaten t Road d son, and other Shingle Creek residents (militaristic Germany than did the armies -'(committee to. work out the plans for

a = the presented the case of an old gentlemanand I I of the world pitted against her. '''a community house which will)) serve,

his wife who were residents of Major Barnett held his hearers, in ,, the whole community best. It li the

1 ." = Ability = tbeir section, and who needed someone spite of a hot sun beating down, while.' idea 'of the legionnaires to let thH'

I = = to take care of them. !Mr. Garrett |I he discussed "truth, justice and religion ;building be a memorial to the boy*'
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J and as spokesman for the committee made the other three words sym- who gave their lives .In the world conSIM. -
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t I ,' -=- === a most touching appeal and ChairmanE. bolizing the spirit of-.America, and : x '

'' : =_ Willingnetsto -- L. D. Overstreet, who was familiar American 'education. Religion, he I I| Following the suggestion' made uV'

: === Serve IT is much. easIer-far safer-more pleas- === wjth the family in question, was dele- said, i is an integral part of being an last -week's Gazette that the Itglon'

wr} "r' = gated to make arrangements at an expense American. "You tell me-he said committee would like to meet with khe(
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i. ; o ant to travel on the smooth beaten road, of $1.50 a day to the county. "that the Constitution contains no ,I organizations, two women's clubs have;

I': Pat Johnston brought up the ques- mention of God. I reply that I defy already extended invitations, through I II

DEPOSITS INSURED than to make a short cut through barbed tion of bridges and roads which was you to show me one sentence or I I their respective presidents, to the ,I

rr t wire fences. also discussed by County Engineer phrase in that Constitution where the 'I[ committee. The Business and Pro:*r I

: =-= Joe Johnston, and Road Supervisor spirit of God and the spirit of Christ f.anional'Women.'. Club, through W' I

'r.t i; e, r = e.* =_= Gerald Ashton. Plans were considered is not there. A man may say he is an I president Miss Helen Sa''ferlas! (Jnvited I
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> .. It is far better to build == for making the approaches to ,the American, but if he has no reverencefor the committee to'Wnd represenI:' I

, )f( your wealth by the various bridges in the county more the Bible for God, for the Sabbath I iatives to that organisation's regular I

.iJ -= regular method of keeping a .bank amount = lasting, with a view to thereby sav- and for Jesus Christ, he Ii not : September business meeting: at the; I

: : ing the brick and asphalt from unnecessary a full fledged American." I Chamber of Commerce next Tye
here than === wear. The laying of the corner stone by Mrs. Nelson MaJht ion
by speculation in wild cat stocks. I night. If. *
: 5', ,, ; ( the Masons' was participated ,ln by president of the Klsslmme Women'i l
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: t. = Plain cook wanted for the country. the American Legion the Saint Cloud Club has eptendedt similar l invitation"j

( r , == One who can milk a cow and a Chris post of which made the bond 'issue for for tiie-first meeting after,the present; I IsQmmer

tianpl'eferredAd in London Times. the new high school building! reality. : vacatlon period .Is ended; fo'", I

TRAINING CAMP BOYS Cofor escort was comp'osej\ ,, 'of the first Thu.-actay'n: '' October.x\ _J

t BRING .BACK'' MEDALS: ,,l legionnalres:'in' ,uniform, and music The J.eglon Community House Com! ::; 1

1 ; U. Ukul'OsceOla: : : Coun.ty I I1l.I' furnished by the Saint Cloud band. mHtee J 1.i j<:work''.trying,:to schedule.

,John, (Continued from' PB I) under the direction" of J. D...'Woodbeck., appointments. with' the,various civic,. J
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Sanderson got,* poor ,start at social and"eommercaI{ rpnlza OI1'J,,:-1
this '. CITY GIVES, TO HELP. _
,ear 1 camp;:.being laid up withaftereffects "' ::to discuss the matter at their best eons J
of inoculation:: ( 'when the 'JAPANESE SUFFERERS I
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''. 4 our:*., < M j to 'J P. (M. 'gang' pulled.stakes for Alabama, but (Continued from Page On.) trestloni* from' any 'organisation' 'ofja.

it r L 1 e t he got there 'day..ot'rso late, and he, hundred dollars she replied"Put "Mr, individual,'bearing'on.the ,snbject Anjftn

4 \, also, brought, 'home markimanshlp Taw, and 'myself, down for''ten'dollars, of the ,oommlttee;hill'' b '-rld to,,.. :Jeeire
4 ) medalwhich they,;say tickled .him ,.as and mother Mrs. Johanna 'commit
my Rlagel, ; thesesujrrestienaV .the !
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