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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 14, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01133
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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KISSIMMEE, ,SCHOOLS' I COLLEGE. BACK CROWD TO SCHOOL I GO FULL HOUSE: EXPECTED NEW COUNTY AGENT RED' CROSS NOT FUND YET-,IS PAIN ,.CENTER' PARK HAS A I

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ARE. :' BADLY CROWDED The Gainesvilb Population- Will Of Be Tallahassee Swelled By And t NEXT 'WEDNESDAYBand ". IS A DIRT FARMERJ. People The Who Stricken, : Subscribed Japanese Money Asked''For. ""DRAINAGE', DISTRICT" F


Twenty-Two: From KisslmmeeTwentysix To Pay Subscriptions Now
Need For New High School Drama Players Work R.. Gunn Arrived Sunday -- .. S. C. Partin And Son Clay

Building More ApparentThis simmee off for young college people! That from doesn'tBound Kls- Hard On Finishing Touches And Spent Next Day .With Sixty-nine dolars and fifty cents has Have Double-Duty Well In

Year Than Ever so bad. Tallahassee and the For Its Dramatic EventNot Former Agent Wilson been of paid the to local Howard Red M.Cross Katz chapter, treasurer , Successful Operation'To

Florida State College for Women get only the lovers of good dramain for Kissimmee's quota to aid the
last Monday '
schools opened Osceola
The city the largest number, with twelve the county's new agricultural use a well for Irrigation purposes -
the
morning with an enrollment of University of Florida scores second Kissimmee, but delegations from agent. got on the job Monday morn- survivors of earthquake and and then turn I it upside down and

.fifty 'more than last year, crowding with ten, Georgia Tech third with two, Winter Park, Winter Haven Saint ing. Leo H. Wilson, outgoing county resultant disasters in Japan. Tho use it for drainage; sounds like a'.Ash '
of the school buildings Cloud, and Lakeland are coming to the with him "break amount which the local chapteris
,
the capacity ail and Vanderbilt and Wesleyan each agent spent day story. Incidentally then i* a f fish
and forcing Principal Shaver get one. see the Kissimmee Concert Band's' ing him in," and getting him acquainted supposed to send in is one story connected with it, but the f ict ,

find the expression department to i Ten Dramatic Players in "The Sweetest with the "lay of the land.1' Mr. hundred dollars. The subscriptions that one well serves for both drainage Aj
girls back to Tallahassee
go Girl In Dixie" next made, together with the amount already
Wednesday nightat
school Wilson's
the high
"park" themselves In for the second headquarters as county purposes and irrigation Is no Idle
or third time while
,
auditorium as .best they might. The two make their college debut thisyear. the Casino theatre. Tickets were j agent for Lake county, are at Tavares. paid in, does not make the total dream. Th well is in operation, and
sale at the Tressnews what this city is expected to
for the principal's placed on today pay
used
usually last Tuesday
practical
room
Demonstration
Last year's Kissimmee collegians stand and it looks if the best and will gladly pay.. The citizens of ,
used for class room, as June R. Gunn, the
be
office has to a who new county I convinced every honest doubter
return the -
to college
state
I seats will be sold out by Saturday Kissimmee, who Ire ever ready to assist '
insufficient is "dirt farmer
and even: with this arrangement are Misses Ada Louise Simpson agent a plus the that things that can't be,.are.
,
night. William Triplett, veteran actor those who need help, are urged
space is available for the best best scientific agricultural trainingwhich A drainage well is no new thing
Lois Overstreet
Caroline Walker, and director of the received by J. M. Wlllson, chairman to send
school.\ I play, the state university affords. .
work of the Mattle j I but so far a. can learned the on* f
Stanford, Margaret Lasley, letter from W. L. Joiner in their checks in of. their
a yesterday l| payment
.
Opening exercises were conducted Thelma Sutton The 'story of his first attempt at put into operation by S. C. Partinrsnd +.
Parker
Elizabeth cashier of the Union Bank in )subscriptions, and their donations to
State ,
Professor Sha- farming "on his hook" is in ,
Monday morning by own an his'.on, Clay S. Partin, on the Censer
Dorothy Miller, Emily Sanderson, and Winter Park him that he and Mr. Katz immediately, In order that
the crowded auditorium.I telling teresting one. It began when he
ver, in Helen Ames Miss was Park property of the latter, ii ,the
Dorothy Denning,
Mrs. Joiner and friends this community not be behind in
"America" was sung by everybody i I who graduated from Osceola High in some were eight year. old, and was "uncovered" may first one in Osceola, county. The well ,.
Rev. W. C. Norton coming down to see the play with a during investigations of his qualifications giving help. I I is '
present. pastorof 1921 who has 443 feet deep, and the casing goes
and been teaching for :! view toward the band I The more the report. filter through
having players
in Kia- for agent. '
tho First Methodist church county down 237!% feet. (If anybody doesnt
two years, and Miss Margaret Brun- !| take the show to Winter Park. Simi .the devasted area in the Orient, thegreater
-xer-1 Mr. Gunn
simmee, conducted devotional was born on a farm in I believe it he i. at perfect liberty ,
this class
of the two
son, year's are lar have their becomes the horror. Added
clses, and stressed the need of love'' delegations expressed West Florida-born on the thirteenthof to "step it off.") In this well the ,
new ones. Miss Katheryn McKay left I
to the famine
their fellow intentions of attending the Kissimmee the month by the way-and livedon and pestilence: which
for their work, da""men,1 on the "Beauty Special" with the Tal- I water stands eleven feet below the
was inevitable after this of
instructors if the best' performance for the same purpose. the farm until he went to the state greatest
and their lahassee crowd route to surface, and it has successfully dr.In.I -
Wesleyan
en
done. ( "The Sweetest Girl In Dixie" will agricultural college at Gain 'lVille. disasters, the reports say that untold "
'school work was to be County College in Macon. I ied I not only a pond of almost three
be with the former Mr. The old timers in that neck of the suffering wi1\,>come because of the
Superintendent Clarence E. Yowell I Seven of Kissimmee's men on a par plays acres, four and a half feet deep, for
cold. Kissimme -
urged the pupils to work earnestly in return to Gainesville. They young are Bryan Triplett has directed in Kissimmee. woods say that when he wasn't working of that people can immediately prevent I'[ Clay Partin, but Vernon Partin ,
some suffering by
their school duties, not merely for the Simpson, Murray Overstreet, Vern : Several of the principals and char- on the farm or in schopl his main giving. "hooked on" to it from his grov. -

sake of passing, but for the good Wilson, Henry L. Edwards, Ad Gilbert I acter actors in the Legion and former occupation was breaking bull yearlIngs .'I The lack of across the road and successfully
prevents publishing -
-which would come to them by so doing Band play are in the cast, in addition or chasing rabbits with an old space drained that. Clay. Partln's grove'shows *
Joe Sears and John Graham. I the full
list of donors this week,
to excellent material which did not single barrel shot His grand- '
James M. Johnston, school trustee gun. considerable Improvement already -
Three "rats" will this ftU out the
but ,
year The
I Gazette hopes to be able to
and Howard M. Katz, presidentof blanks Riving Kissimmee as their appear in the others. Miss Margaret father had a red and white pided ox all !i|I and the grove is some little +
the of those who
publish names ''
the school board, spoke briefly on home town. They are Jack Simpson, Stanford, teacher of expression in in the pasture which wasn't paying have made donations next week, and distance from! the pond for: which the

the need of new school building!' and Louis Campbell, and Leonard Her- Osceola High School, will play the title any board. The old gentleman madea the hope is that the amount run drainage was primarily intended, Jim 'i'r
urged the pupils to interest their par- rick the role, and brings to her performance wager with the present county may Dibble, who drilled the well, estimated
all\ of class of 1923 at Osce- well over the specific amount set
enta in this vital need. Considerable ola High. the technique and experience of agent, who was then eight years old, op-I I that the well will drain the natural
her vocation. Miss Helen I that he couldn't take the and raise posite the name of this city.
Bass
has been gone to during the president ; ox seepage from at least thirty aeres-
expense
Georgia gets a return and a new checks to Howard M. Katz
: of the Dramatic Club at tho ; four acres of corn. He and his brother payable l
and
vacation period in repairing one, both from the Bullock family.I I treasurer. ] The pond which .has been drained Is
painting the school building, and Mr. Ned will graduate this year, while Florida State College for Wo, .en last accepted the wager and went to ,, some of the richest land One can find ''r

Johnston bespoke the co-operation) of Gordon starts the long trek. Gerald year, will be seen as the spinister. |I I work. They made an average of three I I I. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Winch returned in the vicinity, and as soon SS Mr.
I
'
all the pupils in keeping the building Rivers returns to Vanderbilt, at Miss Martin, a character part giving : bushels to the acre more than their Tuesday of last week from Partin tiles it, which' he expects to
J her great opportunity. Miss Lucy grandfather did on his. The old man 'do ; '
attractive. Nashville. He gets a longer vacation I I New York, where they he will have a wonderfully remunerative '
Professor Shaver expressed his than the others and does not expectto Lupfer, who was 'the star of the J paid the wager all right, and chuckled spending the summer.BUSINESS . piece of trucking land. ;

gratification at the increased size of return to his dental studies until I Band's "Girl of the Flying X," is especially -! to himself that he had that four | BUff.IO'j A large crowd of people :;wr on I
well cast for next Wednesdayas !acre patch worked at a fairly reason- ,
the school and inspired the studentsto about the twenty-ninth. hand Tuesday afternoon 'to witness
make the most of their year's work. \ I a woman of the backwoods country able cost.. But that experience did WOMEN a demonstration of what the w frill;

He devoted much time to the questionof i shortly after the reconstruction more than that. It made two new do.""It' had already 'drairfcd" th*' pond, '

athletics, and promised the teams GUN TOTER FINEDIN period and will give her admirers an I farmers, both the boys having then ENDORSE PROPOSAL and the grovss mentioned 'above;'.but fMe.

his full support. lie especially urged interesting character study. Mrs. and( there decided to become farmers. I Dibble ,wanted'to make a 'very .> r

the Kissimmee spirit of fair play COUNTY COURT Triplett. who delighted former Kls-l 1 I I Following this ambition J. R Gunn practical and obvious, demonstration. ;

and cleaiwathletics. The rules of tho simmee audienceswith" her finished ,|I.w.m: to Gainesville a couple of years 'Appoint Good Committee To Knowing that The dasett." is:,very' ;i

Florida High School Athletic Conference character portrayals, is playing'tbej,I befaefc the war broke out. H* worked Work With LegionnairesFor much interested in 'all forms of.drain.ri.flit

will be rigidly adhered to, he Regular Session Opened At role in which she scored heavily .on his way through agricultural college House age and whatever will develop the a >.' rr

.raid isj spite of the fact that in some the professional stage, that of the ,,: paying his entire expenses by Community ricnltnral resources of the county,. he'very

instances they might prevent some Court House Monday With old negro m.mmi. who makes things I I I working on the College Farm-and at Professional kindly Invited the editor ,to'be,
and
I The Business
' material from participating on the Large Number Of Cases hot for her henpecked husband, and the Experiment Station. During thesummers Women's present. i
Club Tuesday night endorsed
teams..! H* urged the pupils to keepup will convulse the'audience with U [' he worked some more at the MakinsonCarson Ditches had ben dug encircling'the \ "
the proposal -
'''In their studies thereby showingthe ,September tern of county court op. ter farming. One year was devoted to
that erstwhile pond, nd two 'cross ditches
Post of the American Legion |
ened Monday morning with Judge T live stock work under Professor J.R. '
school 'spirit which would let them Albert Sutton will again be seen organizations'work for at right angles. A pipe carryingcompressed ;
h"l all together a
play on teams and bring credit to the L Comer, Prosecuting Attorney Milton the leading man, playing; Scott, another to plant diseases .community house as a memorial to sir had been lowered Into
schoolin "as well chol.sUe Pledger, Sheriff L. R.' Farmer, Miss Stanford in the of under Professor II. E. Stephen, whilea ,
sports: as part a the Kissimmee boys who "went west" the' well for a hundred feet, attached
endeavor. He' :promised them that, and Clerk of the Court John L. Over- era engineer whfalls In, love wi ,third he spent: on' the, Southern to a compressor run by Mr: 'lDibble's
in the World war.At .
rules make street present. The sheriff made re- States Lumber Company farm of 2- ,
should any revision of the the south and the south's "sweetest the tractor For thirty minutes
changes possible, he would immediately turn on the regular jury venire, the girl." Walter Bass plays the "heavy"jand |boo acres. Here he was student assistant I Chamber a well'attended of Commerce meeting they proved at to the air was forced into the 'six inch

give them every benefit of the following drawn jurors being present: will be cordially hated by those to the manager of this farm of the well and an almost capacity stream +. '
C. A. Bailey, J. W. Miller, Jr., Yulee devoted to dairying, beef cattle raising be enthusiastic supporters plan.
rules who his performance of the part'
so changed.A see chairman of the flowed from the outlet, filling- the
French
number of new teachers appearedfor Raulerson, W. B. Harris, F. M. Morton which is the better liked the better it and general farming. It is located Allison T. ditches and rising several inches above t
LeRoy Bass, J. M. Smith, J. C. I at Muscogee in Escambia tounty Legion Community House Committee, ,v
the first time as teachers, in the is hated. Allison French, from the the filter-box surrounding the well
Partin, H. N. Makinson, R. R. Bass His practical experience and train- on invitation president
Klssimmee schools with the openingof ing for Nathan Bryan in SUbltitUt-1 when used for drainage. The power
of the club outlined the post's plansin
J. W. and Dan Smith. Le resulted in his being selected ,
Thompson ing ev-
this several of cast whose absence from
year'i term, though the and invited them to. was then shut off and the valve open
I
them had attended Osceola High as Roy Bass, J. C. Partin, and J. W. necessitated the change, will again be ery year when he was in college and matter committee to work with tho ed allowing the water to run borne

students in former days. Miss Helen Thompson were excused. seen in a comedy role, that of "Uncle eligible, three in all\ as a member of appoint legion committee a and with other com I again into the well. It ran. It ran

Bass, former student of Osceola High, John Neal, in court on two charges George. the recipient of "Aunt Car the Agricultural Stock Judging Team, mittees which it is hoped all organizations so fast that it all went home quicker t'

who. graduated last spring from the of carrying concealed weapons, pleaded oline's" affectionate scolding. Mr. with which he went to the Southeastern will appoint, in order to I than it came out. It ran so fast thatthe '
for Women at guilty on one of them and was! will direct the and Fair in Atlanta. lie was assistant -
Florida State College Triplett play I come to definite conclusions as to L-pipe in the central bojf: sur. ;]
Tallahassee is the instructor in fined twenty-five dollars and costs promises another finished instructor in the Aggie school !
new performance for which all should rounding it, through which the water ;
plans
history and French, in place of Mrs. The other case against him was nolle which obviates the necessity of during his senior year, having charge specific work. Members of the club made I is strained through moss/I, was not '

Nelson Makinson, who resigned her pressed on motion of the prosecuting travelling elsewhere to see "profes- of the agricultural correspondencecourses after which the carrying more than half its capacity

post this year. Joyce Bowen, teacherof attorney. J. W. Smith pleaded guilty I sional stuff." Mr. Triplett will be of the extension division. He various club voted suggestions to endorse the proposaland .The water dropped, on the outs'di' of

science and athletic coach, replacesS. to operating a gambling device and seen in the role of the southern colonel I was made a member of the honorary, to appoint the committee. M's; I the box, eighteen inches in as many t

W. Cason, who becomes city superintendent was fined twenty-five dollars, Includ- standard bearer of the best tra- agricultural fraternity, Alpha Zeta, Helen of the club minutes. The well took off the water
of the Winter Park ing costs. Amos Washington, color- ditions of the south. I as well as Phi Kappa Phi, the honor- Sawyer, president Willa and carried it back underground whereit
named committee: Mrs.
as a
academic order. lie is also
schools. Mr. Bowen was a "threeS"man ed, was tried before a jury and found ary a Steed chairman, with Mrs. C. Buck- came from, faster than it could run
,
Nu. He holds
at Stetson University, having not guilty. G. L. Jefferson, against AMATEUR NIGHT AT member of Sigma two els and Miss Percie Oliver. through the moss* straining box. In .,t

made his letter in football, basketball, whom similar charges were preferred, CASINO BEGAN LAST WEEK I university degrees, Bachelor of i, The business women's club is grow- the open ditches considerable current- It

and track. He is proving an Inspiring -j\had\ his case nolle prossed. Other Science in Agriculture, and Bachelorof ing in popularity proportionate to its developed. 1
Science in Agricultural Education.
coach in football, and is teachingthe I cases which were nolle prossed on Thursday of last week started the success. At Tuesday's meeting ten The "fish story" mentioned above r
In college the records show that in
players the fundamentals whichgo Monday were: State vs. Rose Williams amateur nights at the Casino theatre.It I new applications for membership were relates to the fact that some of the r

toward making a good team, and petit larceny; W.: F. Brown, was for juveniles, while last night he addition active to his scholastic in general attainments university voted upon. The ten who were elected residents of Center Park and vicinity .\ ;r

is said to be even better in basketball operating truck without license.A the program was for adults. On the activities was having held every office in to membership, to be initiated later have been somewhat skeptical about 4r J

than in football. number of cases on Monday's calendar first night the first prize of five dol- the Agricultural; Literary Society, and are: Misses Winifred Denning, the purity of the water from their f

In the grade schools several former were continued for the term, lars was won by Mattie Belle Tyner, been a member of the Y. M. C. A. Leah Wilcox, Evelyn Garbett, Gladys I own wells after Mr. Partin started +
students this including two against C. O. Newlon presenting jig dance in "Aunt ( his into the sink well.
Osceola High appear a negro Cabinet for four years. His senior Griffin, Augusta. Winn, Margaret draining pond ..
year'a* teachers. Miss Augusta Winn trespassing, and trespassing after Maria" style. DeRheta Alderman got year he was manager of the Alligator Stanford, and Helen Bass, and Mesdames It is said some of them even have

who rraduated from the University warning, two similar cases against C. the second money, $2, in a dancing football team. During his sophomoreyear R. A. Snyder, Virginia Hudson, I minnow nets handy at their pitcher ,

of Kentucky this year, after attendingboth O. and Lizzie Newlon and one against act, and Frances Goetha the third, a the United States got into the and Gladys Graham. Twenty-one pumps to catch any fish that might .

Stetson University and the State C. O. Newlon for obstructing road; I dollar bill, for her song. Inez Pugh war. He enlisted, as a private and members were, present at Tuesday's come out with Clay Partin's brand on

College for Women at Tallahassee, lathe J. W. Jernigan, Tommie Jernigan, got fourth place with her dancing and came out of the army twenty months meeting i' and Miss Bessie May Clem- them. But so far no signs of contamination a,

new teacher of the seventh .B, John J. Padgett, and Gill Thomas, won a week' admission to the Casino. later as a second lieutenant. +i on s was a visitor. fish, frogs, or baby ga-

grade., She taught five months in the for selling meat without inspection. Aeldgytha Jordan, clever little daughter For the past two years he has been I The club received an Invitation to tors-have shown up in anybody's water yi

high.school at Marion, Kentucky, last Several defendants pleaded guiltyto of Manager and Mrs. C. C. Jordan teaching agriculture e HUlsbo- (I I meet with the Orlando Business and bucket. Clay Partln's well is not ,

year,' Miss;Norma Griffin, teaching the charge against them, and were .' put on an exhibition dance after rough county school at Professional Women's Club on the over a hundred and fifty feet from 3

the sixth. A, grade;, also graduatedfrom fined, as follows: Dave Mixon, G. M. the contest was ended. Plant City, which ;ijn the state first Tuesday in October, at which the new well,and he has seen no '-

Tallahassee.this year, and comes Fountain, C. F. Page, Thadis Stro- supervisor says is the largest of its regular meeting of the Orlando club change. If anybody pumps up a soft r'
her home city to have partin man, and Catherine Witts, for motor turtle he is to turnit
baclc'to a FAREWELL PARTY FOR kind in the south. At Plant City he. Karl Lehman of the Orange County shell requested
th*.educatioti-of-those.wbe.follow speeding, each fined ;fB and costs; J. DR. SUTTON TUESDAY was a member of the Klwanls Club, Chamber of Commerce, will be the toward Center Park and see 'if"it t

her in Klssimmee schools. Miss FodsMcNeiU E. Squires, motor speeding, $1 and and Scout Master of the Presbyterian I I speaker. The local club also voted to treks for Clay Partln's place. >

. ," another high school graduate costs; C. Baker, Jr., operating a truck Next Tuesday flight, at the First Boy Scout Troop. 'have another picnic on next Tuesday; Mr. Partin expects te.cultivatethl .-

comes to.the sixth' B, grade, after without a.Keens*,,$ and costs. D. L. Baptist church, there will be given a night at which the members ar permitted drained pond for track crops, and%by "* sire

two{successful J'ean.teachln&, the, Miller A., F, ,Stombach. and JackSbawyV farewell social to Dr. J. A. Sutton, REVIVAL SERVICES 'to invite ;I their, husbands' or the, addition of radiating ttlewillbe's' ," (

ixthrred*: at' Ocala, from which eacJi''pptfrcAtotor t speeding, who is now';the pastor'of a Baptist '\ gentlemen friends'::: \Th* location of enabled to-drain and irrigate tb.. pond ,

7S1ses;.he.: brings excellent record..-ofservice. went present and their'bonds wereforlelted.Twoltargei church in' Orlando.' Although"th* arrangements 'Rev. L. N. Smith of Auburndale, I the picnic. has not yet been determin according to the whims of.the weath- ,,"

.}i MI. Cornells. Lancaster.js'fourth ; ,; against J. L. sir* under the auspices of began a series of revival (' ed.: err' He wf1Jrrigetibia: groviwh'en,, +r

teaci I r"' ,'.,:B, grade coming Bartlett;for passing worthless checks; the church, those In' charge are desirous' last Sunday his tent '.' Mtin"1 I A special committee for revision of aweau7' from' tJIe"well.'pcl'lt -willundonbtedlynpgove.'on'.Ianovttion'in
te the XJtsimme schools in the w.'dl.m..aed on motion the pros- ., :
;baCkl of,making it -community affair, oDd Baptist church on thNDlxi financial arrangement. in the club
, capacity instructor.;:) ; Sh*. has;been, : bcgtlnERattoul> ,npon!'payment' :I/,ofcosts. tv.,' tl' 'of'the 'iDaD1'" friend:;:,of Dr. way;,south. Th meetings win continae"Indefinitely J pas appointed by'the president, '"con this eountywortbyof'emulation'by': : ,

teaching the Shingl. 'Creek school. forth ti bat..nIne-y't -ton 'both ia tie, ,J'Baptist church : "'every. night at. '8 sisting*of Mrs: Lillian"pyoro, chaIr other; growers.;"Thls,I*'.$.i d'Dlbbla'arArst .

*, pas*. two'ears.. ,. r'+*',._in Oseeolah. county,and
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TWO \ KisSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1923 /

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STATEMENT FINANCES, CITY OF KISSIMMEE, ( 'Kuciil _. __ __'__.___ ?._._ _._ h-_ ...- ..--1 4.M0.4JStr .. ,
,> t Fund __ _____._______..y.____?-- _----.. ... 1I.4I@6.Z8 tit BINKIPKJ FUNDS A III HKPOUTMP BY BOND TRUSTEES '
FLORIDA, MARCH 1st, TO JUNE 30th, 1923. Sanitary .?___.??_______.......__..___.__-._.1.., a.891.18jo'ire "
L <-p't _____---.f.....,.-..,..,.,...... .. 804.SI James HC ,John.ton, Trea.. Bond Trustees, Time Warrant., Bulkhead,
Cemetery Kund -: .27.C'2' \r.lnae\ -._....___..,
'.IONF.H4I.; fl'M)_<'<>l.I.": ""'IO\N: Publicity Kund ..1---------------------------- b90.AO/ CnrsulIl.Murmr. Tread. Bond Truntee;, Qenera I Notes Municipal Bond*,.1'e2,7520r, i: .'

Hy Cash Italanca, llv 'J.r..aur..r----u----.h-----| .22: '''(It..r & IJKht I"un"]'l ___._,.._.___.,... ._.-..__- 19,602.9. C, i.. Jian '1ty CwhTex. of 1K20___ _. ._ _.____ ... i._ __ __ __ _,_ 1 16..7 !Special. ['a y : ... :..,. ...;. ,. 111I19.2S '. . "
dtHh Tax of 1 mi ____ __ .. ____ _______ __.______. .. __ _._: _. .' In".r- - -- . y '' Funds to July J82S/ .' ""
fly J-4t "ralnlAM'" ___.___._._._.."' ...___.___.__ __.__ S3.(12 'd' .1 Total In Sinking '----- ,---- --- ----------_-_til .s :77
By Cash Tax of 11122n__.__ ..___'? .. .?,..._____ w...___ 178i ..841VII1114ufrlit ATTKSTl J. R. OILBKKT. B. B. DOUQUTKN. *
JiS' lash Tax -. ,"" __u_.___._ ... _. n___ _.. .. -:_ 74871 Total ('ol1".UoII.. ...., ,,,. ._.87./'o66.IIS/ ',,,' {". ",r th2AL! ) Clot ... city MIT
By ('R8h"'Jlc'" n.o ..._____.__X._____,_.,?h.--. . I 1412.70 l. tiy Oa"h 1<'11J..orrultu'n./ .. _'n'. .,._________. ._ .. ..*.. 752.7H _. ._ _.
Ry, Cash l>c,ir Tnx _."._,,,.___..._ ,.._.. _,.._..!..,.,,-... .,-_.. l 1411,00( ) Tbtn..,..___:__.,,'__._______=_-_-.,._ ---------M", __,: ::-,,::;'_..;.,__---'-;;: ,.r.,19 1.8 .....
Iiy OshCnxli Pound Koi-s ..__: : ,>.....--.,-..__ _.. 811.Z: \\ .rr...... I..u..d 3-1-3 I. :1C1-2:1: : COAL TROUBLES IN NORTH suggests the slogan "Swat the
try SllsorllxnoaoM'l<<'.111ec'Ilons'.t--,..*.__.,- --- _. 43.71 f41t1"' U(>4Warrantn U.n.'I'RI Fund __ nU._..__.__.._...-----....-.. \VS.187.27 WILL SENltf PEOPLE TO FLORIDAThe and Save the Scenery." Sims ,
ytl'eetFulld. __ __------------------------r: 3,479.44 .
UI"UI'N1.:1t\'I'N.:' Sanitary Fund u _.-______...._. :...._*_.___.____ M.HSS.29( A state-wide beautiflcation,
'' Fire I Dept. Fund:! __n.____ ________.____ ______. 251.81 present strike in the anthracitecoal will meeting
Outstanding :Mrh. 16th 1fj:3':7.( ';: :: ____.. __. _____,q,0a2,97Snlat'lea / c'.tery I Kund __. __.. .T._.. ...._j---' 8M7.K8" be held in Orange and Lake coon
Mayor" & OoinmlHHloiK-rn. _ ..... __.---.. -...... -. -- 17I.IMI Publicity Funs __ _. _____-__._. _____-_________. /6S4J.40 fields gives/ opportunity again to ties the latter part of
-- October
Salaries.. City MnnaKvr d'flrt ____ H ,__________..,,_. .______. 2S2.88 Water and Light Fun---------------i.. .. __... 19.9.11.1111' the of livingin under
Salaried. Clerk & Tax t'oU..torn.r' _. .._____ .__..._ __.. <1<,IO.410IT Total: \Vfll'run In Issued _...__ _..... ._.-_. -. .__. ._ _.. ._....$28.61434 emphasize advantages the auspices of the committee;! to discuss
I, fala.rle'. *, Trc-aj ur Salurloa, Lii'Kal and cciHta, ._ h ___ .. . _ .. . ._u.._.__. .:r> \\ .rr..... 4)u4Nt..dl.g 3-f-.1. various phases of beautifying
I'ald, I'rlntlnu & "StatluiiciyI'ald \ __ __ _'.. _ _ _ . _ : _... 10.3 1 )i-nvral Kuiul ..__ ____________ __ ___uu___.$ 1.0S2.97' dependent to any great extent upon our highways, and to see what has
I'ontHH'j -?.. - . -- --- - . .. . _ :'!9.H2l Street' KundPublicity 22.02 the operation of coal mines for their
raid I.euiil N'otU't-H -_ _ .. __ _ . . _ . __ u _ l 1".2"'' 1 KundWater ------r------------------------1 __ __ __. __ ___ _h_ __ __ _ _______ 9.10 been accomplished in the two Coun
"'ald. Election. Cost il'art, ) .. . . _ _ _ __ GuO Iii I1 ght __ _ __. __ n ____.. _. .______ 1,1SS.1 fuel. ties.
Paid, C'hft rlt _ _ . _ _ __ __ h _. .' ._ .. _ 1027 10'1",11'1'1/0.'| / ..." . __ _ _ _ _ _ __ I.IIIKI.IIII( ( $3.197.cr.: Favo'ruble climatic conditions reduce
/Paid. nrldentnlfl I & City l'h\ Hicljin' . _n .. _ 1".1.:: T..tal . _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ .IU.IIll.foJ! -
raid, fno FurnltiinI'olloo - .wo _ . _ . _ .. l4 rj! --_ ---' 00.- - ,:.:.:.::.:.: --- ; to a minimum the need for artificial Infallible Plan

liep't-I'ald, /KnlarleHPolice . _ _ . . __ _ _ _ 4'1 ul. 1 16)Inne'u: .. Ilrpuxitul'y I . . _ __ _ _. ____ __ . _. _. _ _ . . .$13.7! 1I.1r. heat in the homes and oil burning
n'p'I-l'lild. fSiipiill.nPollTe _ ._ _ . _ _ __ _ . _ _ _ 7.111 --- Ragged Robin : "How d'ye mange
eptI'ald.. 5lnlnlcnunee' 'I'l.ix<.ii.'rH1'ollco k t'UMl _ )15: III. Tulal, _ . _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _. '4fi.r91 x5 stoves! can be obtained at small cost ter keep so nice an' plump "
Dcp't I'aUI. ]Malntenanre, found" _ .. _ _ _ _ :\ Dusty
,4.2\ -- -
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Police I I ).. . _ _ _ _ _ to supply the heat required. Fuel oil
*. -I'ald, InrldentnlH 9 !evPollux ; .\TTKST; .1 H. IIII.IIKHT II 11. IHtlliillTKN 1 : : Dusty Rhodes : "I eats. An' d.
n'p'I--pltl l. N'I"I"n1 _ . _ _ . 411" uo H.I::
: : l SIC.M.I t'Jo''k. ,'8y Mm U: available at reasonable prices for way I gets it ter eat ia dis. I ?0e

Vy: t'aBh. IIxlHnee _ . _ _ f 14" 4'I' __ _____ _ _. u__ ____ ____ _ ___ .u _ _ __ generating steam in manufacturing ter de kitchen door an' offers ter saw

: -- - .- *'T\'i- 111I/F': 'I'A'CI': CIT' Ill' kl...IU UFl.:. 'I.nll"I') industries. wood fer meal Den when
,Total ..: _- :__ _.. _.: _ ___.:__ _.: __: ._ ....:.._ __ _ _ _l !,- -C'I--I \11111 I..t. TO. .II' '':. :x(111.. I')::1.: in northern a de lady
.. -- A great many people of de house faints away I helps me.
: .
I'D1.1.1.111N'1UF:1.91': 1'11))
.. 'i.ivm\ii: F111.. I slates are becoming disgusted with self."
--- e 1U "I'llxll ll.llllli.. . _ _ __ /41,189-,
: '
l.v Oiali MHI.IIHM. )N' TrellMlli' <
l 1.; ;I.:1 annual of whether .
the nightmare
'ny I'BKh.. Tax of ,1920. _. . l'i 17 lt1'itKh_ ,_'Intir." HI _rl'i mil 'r..inU:. _.....:.: _. __ _ .. ?!'..0 ,_ 47_ ",_-:7"411_
i l I', '"..h. Tax of 1921 _ .: 4" I they will be alloted coal enough at Why Certainly Not
Hv c',,,,''. Tax of 1 IU22 _< . _ _ :!:.7ill.H: 1)1"111. ltI:11 F\'I'N. their families
fly C ash. lVlllHIKMlt TUX - . __ -16.(: ;lIt --- --- any price to keep comfortable I The Boss : "Is it true that you
(MltfrvllancuiiM C'.lh''II.11 ... S.ilarivH. A \\.in.-H, ilHed.i. > -. _ __ _ t2I54.2.' :: \. and looking toward
Ky) l'i...h. Oiu'eola. 41: riupiilleH. A u"tl.'I..-...d. ;'-, _ . :: :24:: 1.4 are leave your typewriter .and!' go when "
nuad l
:! l/nuntt. _: _ _ --a: Fund-- ''. 1.Irl I I Ki4ill: I jitniMllKitxl.liuhnu, __ . I ll's 'uI '' even you are #
HI" IMI\T: : .. and locations for industries.The "
2 .
) . 1'I. M. h. lmIn .. ." :!.xu (1,4,41.: Iw in the middle of a word ?
;\'. .... I -- - -- -- -- - - Florida Development!' Board I
x"la uulstanding' $ !; ,2:: The Stenog: "Certainly not! Whenit
...al.illpH .1.> Jim1f.tNiilail"B > 1.4.11 'm I'.ish ll.il.ui.. ,. *::12.2.11! rOo t"sties '
\ gets as near five as that 1 never
. .:... . ... P..I, ll 4" ,'." 4IIOMIS '* in messages pent' out durll1IInnual /( start word at all."
1 K.: ..pa IT-H %1. o,', .\TTIXT I : .1 I I K: Hll.llKltT.; I \ : I I-: I"! I M iriiHTI'.N) ; :: ; I a
,10'1:11.1' : I'll" "u 1.\. I the p..t. card campaign:( October -
1 Sn PpIIea . _ _ _ . . ::I 14 I of' i i -- ---
"Kalar>' City Slur{ M'ait, ) _ 1..I;' 1 to (Ii.nd i in letters duringth The Shrine Hospital! for CrippeiT!
)Kqulptm'iitl 5O9: :c.-."I 4lEv < :
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.
AMI4> li':" Ol 'I.1't\I11\1.l interim. Children
at Dallas Texas, is
practically

I
l,!> t'HMh ItHlalH) tTotal .:. w: I, ", ,., I ;N..I.. - f;,i*..IMIII. mi completed. Beds. and rooms in

. ., >'11" 1 A ""'If',',"l N.: ; .,, 4:..IIIHI, no
_... :_=-- : _-'-- . __ __ ._ __ __ > : ,' Miliilili.il l l | l I I'niiiK: ,, :7. Mill'' 'ml' ST.TIMEET NEXT MONTH I the hospital have been' endowed' by
I t'l' II..ur.i' I' o' x. 11..1', ', i II..I: ,, I- :(H'mm'. Mil' KOIl IIWIIW.UtUTIFlC.110: ="" Hellas Temple, Mystic Shrine of Dal.
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'UI.I.c: 1'111' .t\11'181 'I'I u.
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"ruii<\|'i. .i i ''niTIIH. ; .
Itv ('"..h 1Ll tan.', l'Tt..'JINUt.r -- -- ,,,:., ,, ,,,, v\ ..I" i ,mi, 1 I''U'' !; 7 un" '''. -_______ I las, the Eastern Star and the Council

I llynHli.. Tex ..1 ] !';;?u. _ ,141.0. I Karl\ Lehman of Orlando chairman'of '' of Jewish Women. The Junior Orderof
4 KII: I'".
lly 'nKh.. Tax ....r I 112IHy I. '; ::
I'linh. TM.if. 1122lfv :: _ .". 1' the Florida Development Board'shighway American Mechanics will furnish
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N fl' uu'
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''I Sill.- ,, ., I 1'.1". q. n. ,01 S.'I., '. _ __ 4,41"0110| 1 :::!.uuu u.
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'nab. .r lltKK.IKSa ) ,
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II.III II.F-:1I t\1': "I

l.i i t"'H t S.n.,. .
''1!. imlmSupplten, .1:, 'I I ,.
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Porngr _ ITOIHI ..-
ll.IK A < HI .. ; t,.. .. " OL
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-- I ; 7V r
CaHh 1I..1'\lI' ,' _ : : '. NOTE-Remington Cn Loath, N1

art Jomdtrd Jrc/mive/y in /Vifro/
.
__ __ _00 _ _u ('. ; Club" Wf(proof Shell. Wet proof 1+

"anh liHlaiKf. HTII C iiiiHUf'ii : 'I' ,--i M>. I I I' .... 3jut ..hat .t S.Y" III I 1\\ I I I I

Hv C'""h. TIIiiT. 11211! 4 l:
Ity ("....". Tax of 1921." I ;'. .I I
)llv l.'aRh.ell" of \1l22 ,., : :.;
r.Cimh.. l".-lln, .. .,ny4wCA"a
<| ii 'nt 1' I '' ", .i 1'1 ;
___ __ I Low.sutr .

1)IVHI K..KIKVIX.Stria ( \ f Pe
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rim _ _ _ l ..,.
<;as & Oil u __ _ - _. . :.;.
!ItepatiN Ar /-Iu..II.. .. ... _ ;1 .'.,; ..ttI t JV -
._ -__ ____ ______ _ -.:_ 2.:01: GAS IA.IOa _

Hv Onli llalano. u _ _ _ _ _ _ lo 5,14 ;' MM I L + CJtTj r a


Total - -- -- - ..:..:.:_ ..: -_ ..::.:.:.. __ : - -- - - - _ _ II l :l"2 7'

.
< <>i.ii-:< ri
Onith llalant-'\ Tnaminr.My _ S alt ut,
'nlleatlons.. 1.1\u..111\ | Tax _ h _ h _ __ _ __ 1t:4
liy Collection !1..01 Males! . . . --- - - - - .. !: 1'41. .
By ColUotlonB. Ta. of IdZO _ _ - _ _ It 1 all .a
Hy CnllvrtloiiK. Tax of 1l21! ._ Uh _ - __ _ n _ __ 4JH:
J-I}' f'iillo.<-tlonM. Tax nf Ii22! _ u. _ . _ __ _ 212! ': .;'/
-
-
1 ItlwHI ""1-1'1'4.
--
( Ma1arlesVngre I 1341.x5
Suppllrl ___ ._ _: ._ __ : ::::::": : _:::::::::::::::::_ : :: :: 141 ya

Refund on lot _____ .._._._____.___._________.__________.. .. foUO I J07.S3By .

CnilTnalai.ee ..t.-r. .. Dealers Here inTown
+
yyrr r ker, "Y q7. a 1rX MN -..-1430.SO "Why .

Total ._, .<.-t .. *73s
..... 'I, :' ,I.,' ; ?1'1111.2.11'11/\N. 1 l 0111'11FI I'lll.
:

l' Poy' ('a.h Ilalanro. By Trc-HHuri-r._ _ _ __ __ _ _. _ _ _ 23 GI; are selling so many Remington Game Loads
Hy Cash. Itrlliuiucnt) Tax __ _ "I.\:\..
( Tax (
fly 'ui.h. of IN2U-------------- 11 !
., lly CaBh. Tax of 1921. _ _ 1:111:
r ,Hv 'Huh. Tax of 1H22_ _ . ",12r ,

lay Canli. Krfnnd fonim) S! <'h ".1 !ll.p.ir.) __ __ I""s'1. O 'to IT doesn't take sportsmen long to get the ins and outs of any-

I>>I"'" II"K M K\'!'... thing new that's offered them. These are the Facts
------
To OutntnnillnuiuiHUM' _ !. ,I"HOllatlona ,,
When
- - 1.4"0. -. .... Remington announced the Remington Game Loads disclosed by

j ,Pv tat Hal.inn-. ---.-- - -'--- - -- - sa1J:.. '." last year, not all the men who wanted to try them could do so. Kem ington's Ballistic

1 __ Because it was their first and there weren't enough to
Total .. - $9: _. 1'! year go Tests
--
-- 'round.

w 1'1 tat: A i.I4.il r "'1 MIi >>> A-A given weight of the
-. -- But those who did shoot them told the others and this sea-
: '. of
1 1. kind
( .ah Ihllan'o. powder
) .V 1'"usul 1 I Illy r c I12:4 I : t 1209 I same
eon there is a demand for Remington Game Loads that has never doesn't always give the
"aiih. Tax of HI21'i t _ 4 1:173:
J>y '| *8h. Tax of 1911.---:' 41 N }been approached in the history of the loaded shell business. s-ims 'velocity pattern or
I I Hy ''aiihj Tax or I'i22Hy !' _ 2.27.21
'anhl h.i-lln I r.22 ::1" $!,9.I.! !" .

t ", (CaHh 11I..r..1. mi limn 4 ';1 7,1., B-Powdervarie.batchby
Hy Caxh.: Hi-rund, I Kleliihtlly J ;1..; Whether you are already a Game Load enthusiast or have batch-even the same kind
; Canh, J liiimaKc( In si Uittlu, "'//l I 74 ":
shoot first will interested in facts
yet to your box-you be the and make. One batch for

I Hy CaHh. Wat. ..i. k l.lulit), It. .."Iptx, 416,4912; : 'I'.4( : 79: I.!! about powder we uncovered in our Bridgeport tests on loaded instance, gives a velocity of

Hy 'nnh.,. 1".,.in II. IU"II''h, I llniinl N'auO i 'ml '' shells. These in the the 125 feet per second. An-
.:.. :.. !__ __ .: $!' ml :.. ..::' are given panel at right.
cher: may fall as low as
1>>1..... 1I..t"I.: : ...
-- - To the practical minds of the Remington organization these C40 feet per second.

To (lutHtanillnu.in.iiMs, , 41 1 1:1.1: .; discoveries indicated that there
be done-
To /Salarlix ::1 ,I', .,,, was just one thing to C-This i. nobody's fault.
To Fuel .
To 4111 /I \Gnat. 7.411:65.',,p, .: ..;, Fix a safe working standard of velocity, pattern and Powder comes that way.
To HenulrB.. \\ .. ".-.. .
To liepalrM Mai.I" -,rhll] : 11:1;: .. penetration for each kind of small game. D-The man who buys his
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To I'rlntlriK f $" t.Ilon., i :\ "j1.l','.
shells by the and
To I'oKtaif _ :,1" '-. Make this standard absolute. And load just the right weight
TO Attl>rlll-\H r"1< I.Mtlill\MIM. ; ,. I 'I'. :" kind of powder-often

", To Ovneral Incidental SiipI'M..IM Ai KKefunilH hNwanr_ ?_ 1266II 1.I.,7: : amount of powder to give it-whether it takes an eighth dram misses a lot of game and

I I 4", 711 more or an eighth dram less. never knows why.

l.onn to Kinking' , ._Piimlllv !! ____ .. :3.\I.\: .:._' fI 1 l 11 l ,u..
e e .
Caxli H.il.iiici' : ,oj 1- I",
That is the theory and practice of game load.
Total I .
\ ,
-.- : ,
--- --- -
\11.---- Uniform shooting results-instead of a :ard and fast loading for-
CClI.I.t-'I'ln:: .1'1:1111.: ,> \\IM. 1-1'
mula. Powder varies-Remington Game Loads do r...* tie tos .x
n\' ,'.. "h I P.I.1 1.. in. ellv t :.,i .,.,", AMA L ..GAGS
I ; I'axli. < V,1I II.-,,". I '.(ling I.I. uN :141 in. Naturally you won't find the weight powder indicated on Reming ,; ., ;;:
!I 171.._ _(OIHI.| l I)11)d.1,1' fioin, >h| jif.' r:.ul.,
:- .. I. 471-' r.tHIMI 1.C'ITO I : I ton Game Load boxes-because the weight is not fixed.

\ IC""I"-: --: You do not find the name of the powder because Remington takes IZ' a l't' p

nniMlu ''ding' \\.iiiant_ '" il.oain 1 Sl....... .., 1 ..".. ,... full responsibility for the shell complete including the powder. HGYI'DUfK10AD

., II)' '...ili 11,1.111('" .:-. --:-_ 4 \l;!' 2..I) Go t'o your dealer's. Get one box of Remington Game Loads and shoot :

T.ital \Vi h'h __ _ ' them. We'll leave the rest up to your judgment. I>iMG
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+ IHl \ \/.K: F'1l..
REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY Inc.-New York City-
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u HY CASH H.M.ANCKr : . ._ : _ 7)l 42 ,
a) ;; CASH nivjnicxiliy : ; KIKI.M 1 STVTI: I I\NK: : _ - _ _ '1412r Established 1816qpi4'

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"uh Hahince ---- -- ___ 0-. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ :-i, i:44: .
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(' \, KI\AN("IA I. BTATKMK'Vl. I ITV OF KI""I": ;. "" .CHUII'. .

} 11""('" l.(. TU Jl >to. -Mllh, lllil.:

d I General fund Cash Balance ._ t itFtreet
Fund. ('a.h Bnlanco. _ ._ 1.77*'5i
'Sanitary Fund Ca.h Balance ._ 986.1/3/
I Kirn I>ep't. Caah Hal.n. ____ __ __ _ 40856
} fir "I e..m"t..ryl/'und. Cuh .Balance jji.ei
Publicity .Kund. dumb Balance ._.f___. U CII AUTHORITY: ARMS
1 y Water* Lt.. Cash nalanee.._.__ nO:2': tN FJJt6 AMMUNmON AND C11l1.ERY .
i ,Fpoclal raving Ca h lla.lance. ..-?- eo'.O 1..... .
99tt J>ri>tiait.. Funli. Cash Ha I a nee ..
;1'' Total. Caa '.' BL :Mch. luVt5 .1929y _..-..._____-----$3721.02 1'r' '
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--- :MSSIMMEE, TALLE ,GAZETTE' .,,F.JUDAY..sEP.'l'.E.\JBER J4. 1923.-: ,., ._ h. .. .-.mna: .

, - ......,. .
t / 'r the afternoon affair, asked ,all presentto "
[AGRICULTURAL a AROUND TOWN repeat their. coming: on September
POINTERS | 0
Mrs. Celeste Fripp 6", 1924. BASS CONSTRUCTION'COMPANY w
Those present included )Mesdames
Now
and then comes some pleasant
To the People, of Osceola County: .Word, concerning our much beloved McPhatter Bratton, MoJie,, Moore\ CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
ITARYDAIRYCO' I Bliss, Paulk,,,,Keeper, Phipps, Swain,
I
SAN am-taking this opportunity of g tUng and continually missed Miss Albina. and other. WOOD BRICK

MILK &ICE CREAM acquaintedwith the people: of Smith. STONE, .
the county through the papers. I Of those .who have recently passed STEEL,. STUCCO
have taken 'up the work left by Mr. through Jacksonville to or_from their If you have rooms to rent, a small I N. F. BASS JACK f BASS

{WSlson! and with the'help'of the peoipie.will Vacation jaunts, are Miss Rhea Phe advertisement will fill them.in our classified 48-tf.columns I 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue ,

carry it on to the best of my rlgo, Miss Mary Bryan, Misa'Wenner .
ability. I and Miss1' Sawyer, who tel| of callingon

My headquarters will be in the Miss Smith, of finding her pleas- TIRE SPECIAL
Chamber of Commerce room"; as here- antly located and of her having the "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" 1

M a tofore, and at any time t4rs+n4'-'can satisfied,..a88UFatlce-tha-t-"her'.plansare< '_,To.,IntrodtMMPaul'-RubberGo's,'-Lon!:' 'F31t'OIItll.'t'll'i:: rv-f aTAlM'T-ertrnYeY I eSfntp&'nV'h'as i (ufn1abedBloe.
Distance and Clover Leaf Cords will Ida frruwem with fertilisers. The continued patronage of experienced

grower
not be found there, Mr. Burrows will developing] very well. Rhea ,proof of satisfactory results
give vou free extra heavy red
duty
take .
ATTENTION where messages, or be able to tell any Miss Myrtilla Beals has returned tube with regular or air gage valve. f oUt M HKTTK.H KKHTII.IZKR RH MADH .M H WOULD MtKR IT
one when
or I will return. And. too, the price is l lens than any Write for New Fall I'rlceLists Just IssuedE.
FATHERS Office and already no doubt all her time Is
days will be
each Saturday similar tire. This t all sizes
applies
0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO Jacksonville Florida
consumed in her music ,
r and the first Monday of each month. plans. I nev- above 30x3Vi. .

The other day:! I will endeavor to er see Miss Beals sway her baton, Let us fit you up and forget vour .
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Sanitary Dairy milk is spend time nor hear her announce any direction tire --- t
: my among the .farmingareas trouble. Our Autovac will stop
{but immediately I visualize Everybody Who Is Anybody AdvertiM Their "Waits" 1 la the Valley.. Gazette. Q
the milk ,for your folk. of the county.I a concentration your Ford from leaking oil or you"

It will benefit your baby. sincerely 'hope all the people will of the greatest force and money back. -- - -
Your wife and Childrenwill come by the office when in town and the most exalted "I will" that I have R. E. ARNOLD

like it and it will beA'.d get acquainted whether you need ever known. Long may her magic I.OC'U. IlIPR KREi'ATI, :
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for you. help or not, as it will be. much easierto wand guide our musical destiny ThompsoszStore
CHAS. G. MEDLIN: & SON
get acquainted that way than for Orl....". ..... Ks>rt.rr; Ilistrllut.r. I
i file to find various ones individually.I All Kissimmee folks in good stand- 4 Iy. NITARYDAIRY@ will have ho set hours for begin- ing know "Aunt Frank."Somc of us and Chaful
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ning or stopping work each day, but later arrivals call her Mrs. Van Du- I -onStu A .51_.... 5>mjMlAje, Jvrofee I. R.ad nJ
(fa'Htiourljfl'man" be on hand any time,for duty. Whatwe zer. On Tuesday, September G, the On Road To Boneyard"I >arl Avenue AU r trua.Kia.irem. I

: are after is putting over the work mail carrier passed by just common .. High Brads Amb.lme Senlci at Call
every-day people in the block and delivered
t regardless of hours. Call on me. have just finished a treatment of .
It is not too late to get in a crop all the cards to Aunt Frank.It your wonderful remedy and can say it Of flee: 14* PHONES Residence: Tl it
of was her birthday and greetingscame has done wonders for me already. For"
strawberries this fall.
Get your from far and the past, five years I have been unableto _ J Lt
near, bearing happy u
--- land in shape and locate you plantsas eat any but the lightest food and ,
STENOGRAPHER soon as possible. If you need help loving messages. In the afternoon that but sparingly, as any food
'I'I.J call on your county agent! Quite a about 4 o'clock some intimate ed me to bleat with !gas. I caus-I
JESSIE D. KLEINMANJUSTICE (few plants can be obtained locally friends and neighbors dropped in to duced to a skeleton of ninety "
Rubber
offer felicitations for the day. Mrs. and was on the road to the boneyard.A I StampsWe
OF PEACE find we are in touch with other localities I friend in Birmingham sent me a I
I where good ones can be obtained. Fripp read a poem, spoke informally I bottle of Mayr'a Wondeiful
\NDI-E8 ALL CLAIMS of reminiscent days, and read l Mrs. RemedYi I
Yours for help and service, : which I took, and I am
J. R. GUNN. Van Duzer'g horoscope, the latter entirely cure me of my trouble, judging are prepared to take orders for any kind ;
proving conclusively that Mrs. Van from what it brought from me :
O f U HI BBS W. J. STEED County Agri. Agent Duzer could not possibly be any other and the way I feel." It is a simple, I of Rubber Stamps, Dates or Pads

KRIBBS &: STEED KISS1MMEKANS: LAN!) kind of woman than she is-having the harmless catarrhal preparation! mucus from that the removes intestinal .

Aner..,* ..' f'......... .( Law. 375 POUNDS OF FISH 'been born on September 6. tract and allays the inflammation
KlMlsssaee. Klerlda Altogether it was a happy occasion which causes practically all stomach, Kissimmee Valley Gazette
....r.1 ...etlr. !. all State ...dbelled A party of four from Kisslmmee. after the of tea, delicious liver and intestinal ailments, including .
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'... .. cups
8t tee ( Mr. and Mrs.' G. W. Carey and two cake and sandwiches appendicitis. One dose will con- KISSIMMEE. FLORIDADon't
had been served
refunded. J. Z..Robcrson -
vince or
friends motored money
I' ,H.HNHTON O. P. OARRETT over yesterday to try Mrs. McPhatter who had arranged and druggists everywhere." .
their hands at deep water fishing.They .
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW -- -- -- -------- -- ,
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arrived -
: here at six o'clock in the

morning, and went out with Capt

(U I! -. 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank Francis Parker on his boat "Louise.. I

Building.KI.SSIMMKK. At three o'clock they were landed

;; ":. FLORIDA at the city dock Spring Bayou, tired Will 4"t a r. 'Vt a
and satisfied with their day'n sport.In .
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the boat were 375 pounds of group. tg 1,' t ; "'.' r
I IPledger > a 'i.. jy e ai,
I EIIi. F { avl.I 1| er and other erstwhile denizens of the ,

t I'LKUGER: & DAVISATTORNEYSATI.AW I Gulf of Mexico. During the sport

!1I outside of Anclote lighthouse, they
hooked a large member of the well
Mst Hank UullillntcK1MS1MMKE I l known shark family, and although i iF iI iI ito

I FLORIDA I II hey worked hard and used all the skill

I and craftiness that Cap ., Parker }Las \

learned from many years on the deep
DR. R. J. DENNING the wolf of the sea escaped.Tarpon

DENTIST Springs Leader.

Over the Postofflce. t

OFFICE: HOURS: a to .JI.'0. 1.10 I. I UNCLE SI. .r. .
In.dt'. CI Phon 174- Uncle Si broke a banana .from a ,

Office Phone 158I newly-hung bunch and gave it to M '

small and exceedingly dirty boy Freeze ,
, I t whose eager eyes had invited gener. Dread a , ,
': I P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBTATLAW I osity. ' ,

'rwh I little he saidIn '
n was a feller.

OFFICES 'I explanation "Pap took me to the Be to It

I Winter Park. Florida I county seat every now and then, ami. ) Prepared Conquer

I every time I seed a bunch of bananus

I got so hungry I suffered. I mane

4044P < OoO up my mind if I ever got growed up

0 and had a lot of money I was going
N the six there has been no freeze in Florida which seriously damaged
TURNER MARBLS &: GRANITE to buy all the bananas I could eat. past years
TAMPA 0h I
COMPANY. .
0 I done it, too when I got to he my! citrus groves.
MONUMENTS own boss and I ain't liked hununu/
40 since."I .
Because of this some are prone to consider Florida frost proof. But Florida is
*
:M J. I
Crowder Klsslmmee
Agent, reckon it's that way about most .. '
not frost proof. '
everything in life. The joys arxl
l) oOoO--o.'o
pleasures life has to offer seem We may rightly acclaim our wonderful climate the most perfect in the world. We t i
*"=,.:.. mighty nice as long as WP don't have Sunshine If in
may call our state the Land of Eternal ; yet we, our enthusiasm
$ M. TILLER $ too much of 'em but if ever the time! i forget that Frosts did. In 1894 and 1917, seriously damage the citrus industry, the

comes when there isn't anything! to most important business in the state, then we are lulling: ourselves into a delusion
| Real Estate Agency restrain us and we are free to take .
(which will .result in serious consequences.Frost
all we want, we usually overdo it and i
** FIRE LIFE. AND ACCIDENT 0 00- lose our appetite. in Florida should alarm no one. Florida's climate is ideal. A few hours of.

* INDEMNITY INSURANCE BONDS 44G .' "I don't believe there, is any chance freezing weather will not destroy our prestige as a winter playground but it will

re+ : 'for happiness except in moderation.If damag&our citrus groves and our wealth of tender sub-tropical plants.
we have to do without altogether
we can't be happy, because we feel Every grove owner in Florida owes it to himself his family and his state to protect -

KISSIMMEE PLUMBING abused and cheated; and if we have the wealth which has made and is making our 'prosperity possible.

SHOP too much we get fed up and can't appreciate -

it any! more.
"The happiest folks, I notice, ar>
Nothing Too Big
them that have just enough to take:

Nothing Too SmallAU the edge off their appetites and keep t'/ervkr/ I>rpartnwnl.
'em wishing for more.WeatherfordTex. I Kklnn..r MwliliMrjr <'omi'Hiiv.IHinmllll. .

Work ( .) Herald. made Morldm.
GuaranteedTo SKINNER COKE HEATERS are ,

Be Satisfactory in Florida for Florida's protection. They In oirler I hut your enuliierrliin department ni r
send me complete Infurnial" regarding equip-
ROBS CALOMEL OF are inexpensive in ;: 'd opera- "ant required to protect I niv grove from frost 01fi .
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I 1111 HiiHwcrltiK the I following questlonatiory
5 Broadway t Telephone 143 and accomplish the one purpose for with the 1J1I.I..rNIItuJlJlK hit I I din' not |placed' undn' tt
NAUSEA AND DANGERMedicinal Flor- .the tl Rhteal> I olillKalluna
which they are built. to fully protect

ida groves-fruit, bud and blossoms, as well I h..V'M . . . . . <'i,'H Itt groves . . . , .
Retained and Improved -
_Virtues Dangerous and Sickening as tender vegetation of every kind. ynra old \'ltrl.I.,i . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

P CITY Qualities Removed. Perfected" Tab- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
let Called "Calottbs.

scienceU Number: i .11.er.M to the Here . . . . . . . . . . .. f
The latest triumph of modern
"de-tmuneRtrd" calomel tablet
MEATJARKETFresh known to the di\UK\ trade 'Talntaba" II.." )our era e eT been touched by front or S
Calomel the most generally used of all .. r "
medicines thus enters upon a wider SKINNER ACHINER fr7i*. . . . . . . . Howr near are you to 110-
refined
Held of popularlty.--purln. and .
Meat and which from have those heretofore objectionable limited qualities Its useIn COMPANY Ciil.vd water protection and what direction {(

) biliousness and Indigestion, constipation, and In a hendarhes Rreat- . . . . . How high above water?. .. ... .. . I Y

Vegetables variety. of calomel)liver was stomach the sooften and kldn.yIrubl.a eneIsp-. Box 119 Dunedin, Flori la your grove flat or sloping. . . . . . . . .,..
gut remedy.'but It* use w : y'
lected on account of Its sickening moat If doping Irrwhlehdlr"tton U the slope? I
Phone 44 easiest. and
L ities. Now It I la the .
Calotab pleasant. at of bedtime medicine. with to a swallow take. One of Clip and mail this . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. t
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'!!'-- water.. -no that's nausea alt, no No salts taste,v A no ..0041nl..be'a coupon ,today It iaunderstood Name . . .. .. . ... . . .... . .. .. .r........, 1' f

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- roua KISSIM)1EE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14. 1923 0KISSIMMEE .

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4. . ....e ... ... .. ference of 1921 which negotiated the which foreigners coming to the Unit. o 0 . :

: VALLEY GAZETTE five-power treaty for the reduction of ed States for visits have been unduly 'I ..' i;

THE WATCHER ? naval forces Referring to the 1921: inconvenienced at ports of entry. '.', ,

\ BUBLI8HE1D BT conference Senator Lodge wrote; "It At the suggestion of L. P. Dickie, dl\eo .Aus7.ei. ' ,
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KISSIMMBB3) EVERY VALLEY FRIDAY GAZETTE . 'O' .e 4' .. . .4.4 \.' .. seems to me that this arrest of com secretary, of the Tampa Board'of : ; : ,, ":.. I.t

- .. J< :! : FLORIDA. Laddie Boy, the airdale dog that petition was the most vital object in Trade, that visitors from Canada who ,.. <\t

r W.,r W. n. HARRIS _____........rrealdont formerly belonged to President Hard the work' at the conference. think cross the border in their automobiles, Very often we are asked in what form money;' i. .' is

..-3K* '}'' ALrffSOM K. (i VANS T.: AGNEW KHENCH.Bailor: ._.___Secretary ing, has. been adopted by'a,- Massachusetts we ought to have similar limitations have to return within three months or. should be carried by'persons going abroad.: "* ' : .,;.,

W. family named Barker. Thatis in regard to the construction of military ! pay a heavy customs tax, the secretary 4 f

One Copy tUl'llftCHIPTION One Year____IIATBH______!____12.00 as it should be, and Laddie. Boy or naval aircraft, provided that was Instructed to investigate- and [American' Express Travelers .I '(''

One Copy, Bin 1oIonlhauu___ 1.00 will feel perfectly at home for h. Is the agreement Jor the limitation is try to arrange for modification the Cheques-that's. _ _ _ _ -. I .
One Co,>)". Three Month._____ ___ .60 '
something of a barker himself. international. Nothing could be worse! legulations so that our Canadian answer because those 'Jr';

(Sintered at the po.tofflcn at Kls.lm- * in ray opinion, or more likely to pro: : friends can remain longer in Florida tELLE ..
mee Florida aa neoond-cla.s matter.) I Cheques are as good as > 'J
"Our Father;" can we pray that duce war than for one nation aloneto without having to pay the excess *!
All communlcat. except from authorized armament their automobiles. gold anywhere travelers
prayer disarm or limit Thatis customs tax .on
corrI'oHd| lent a' Kiu t bill signed -
A by the writer. When we wrong our fellow man ? a temptation to conflict and to attack ;. I go; because they protecttravelers' "
Rejected attcr "" 11)0\ l returned If J. E. Coad, manager of the organization funds
made against
called- for Was hate and anger ever upon an unarmed nation. Whatever -
I As parts of Nature'-! -plan ? is done must be done by the international department of the Florida loss ; because they are ot.

I Foreign Advertising Representative The answer is: "No, brother no, agreement, i Therefore. Development Board, reported on activities self-identifying and can
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THE AMF.RICANPRf.SS'A5SOC; ATiON the three months the
. during !
-- [The Father never meant it so. 1 favor your proposal of"an intei national be cashed by the
only
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER. 14. 1923;$ Ce. conference. 1 department has been operating as .
In addition to the All original purchaser and
follows: staging ,
Ice Cream Cones i I The American delegates<< << !, fcllowin.n
j TIME FOR ACTION A wad of dough rolled out and the completion of the convention ;in Florida meeting in Orlando on July because in the neat ]little '

_ _ twisted into shape something like a Belgium expect to travel extensively 10, the Jacksonville meeting under leather wallets in
-4. I Twenty-six former pupils of tl1Kissimmee \- horn and baked in forms the auspices of the Jacksonville Realtor which they issued
t tin an oven through France and war zone region are..

schools left thin week, or the: basis! of the most delightful confection of Europe. They will visit (the. Association on July 26 and the Cen- Travelers) Cheques are '

will\ 'leave in a few day. for institu- / in the world. The time waswht.n Ruhr and possibly Holland. Durinir! tral Florida district meeting. at the<< convenient to -

tions of higher learning.: There area Eustis Chamber of Commerce on August carry.
red lemonade was the chief at- their visit they will] be the guests

number of points in relation to that 'traction at a campmeeting or fair, of the<< King of Belgium the government 23: in connection with the expansion The sale of Travelers Cheques comprises

_ _ . fact upon which we have cnu e to be 'but in the language of another, "them of England, France, and Hoi- program of the Florida ]Development onlyone of the many servIces I

_ _ proud. One of them I is that twentytwo 'days is gone' forever" and the ice- land, and possibly the King of Italy.! Board he has addressed this bank offers to travelers. -'
of them went to the State Collegefor the'following organizations on building -
shines the star of
i cream cone now as While in Belgium they will be received -
Women: at Tallahassee and the first magnitude irt the kiddie's firma- by Cardinal Mercier. up )heir own memberships or

: State University; at Gainesville. I ment.. It is sweet, slick, !sticky!: and The interallied vetercns federationwas other problems! of special\ 'lnterest t<> Merchants & Farmers Bank 0
One of the most important reasons their members: Annual meetings; of .
<<
'1 cold and has a firmer grip on the affections formed in Paris from the rank

why these graduates of the' KiKsim- of the small boy than love i of world war fighters of the UnitelStates the Florida! State Commercial Secretaries OF KISSIMMEE Lc05f,1(1 ,.
schools went to college and a : Association Rartow Chamber .
.
nice
old swimnun' hole. I British ;
of country. or the France, the cmpi'e,
why these ones who have pone of Lake City and Columbia '
reason : Commerce
I If it were announced that ice {'ream' Italy, Belgium, Czecho-Slovakia, Rni-\: ; mId'rel.11'7
Accounts /
the institutions before have : of Commerce and, the
to same Chamber} ; '
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I cones!: would be given to children at mania-and Serbia (now Jugo-Slavia* Safety' Deposit ftocsLoans
made good( is because the Kicnimmcoschools I Lake County Chamber of Commerce.Also 1
lime and what gath- Charles of France elected
I< gin place a Rertrand) was Effltanyc/ and /ionds
.:I are, and have been fer n ]longtime ( I ing of the kiddies there would be first vice-presjdent of the organization regular or special meetings of
on the accredited list of the the Dade City Chamber of Commerce;
color defined bv
regardless of sex, or previous whose object was
southern association of colleges. That londition of their appetites. If you its institution "to maintain apart 1'asco County Chamber of Commerce; T" l

fact in itself inot so tremendously want a shine fer a-mckle just give ahoy from political tendencies the bonds ..f nnd Winter Haven<< Chamber of Com iema:. ,,,

_ _ I important, but the thing that put or girl] a large juicy cone on n fraternal comradeship between allied) mprcl'.U.I; has!: addressed or conferred (_;
them on that list!!: are! imp rtanl. The' with boards of directors of the -
hot day and then watch their eyes! combatants!' on the battlefields. Its
I I i nine months' school both in the Tarpon Springs Chamber' of Commerce .
If ;you don't feel well repaid for your second world conference was! held inJew -- -- -
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grades nnd the high -"..hoQ]. and the the Tampa Board of Trade; --
_ _ five cents it will because! you think Orleans last fall in conjunctionwith ;
high standards required, in teat hers too much) of your money. Nature hasb the ]legion's national gathering.Lt the Fort Pierce Chamber of Commerce ooooo oooo frfr -frfl"RIGHT ***-**-***-****ooo**-}"*** }-

are mainly responsible' Equipment) considerate in manifesto and the J.ukson'villo: Chamberof I
< enerv !setting: n this conference a was GLASSES--NOW
_ _ has considerable!' to do with it. And ( hild' car1 far enough: Imck so that :adopted .summarizing I the federation's Commerce-. I Definite arraTigcmont-. |
that brings us face to fnetwith; :i had bec-n made to address the onnualmeeting : I
the ciciini' will not pet into thorn while program for world 'peace. This in- Will f1'esight for the fbture f
preserve your
serious 'IuestionNaturnlly the front of the face is buried in the 'lud'cJ'tlw' support! of a world cour*. of the OrangeCounty Chamber -

Osceola high School depths of the cone. To go buck into a proposal for suspension, of' romnvn' of Commerce\ on September
wants to be kept on the accredited, In-toiy' a little it may be Mticl that I lal dealingsith: nations maintaminT Leesburg, Chamber: of Comme-rco or. :t: Phone today for an appointment

list. It would he a calamity 11101 L I 7th thr.e- days membership' } ''am/ t
have milked his of ; -
!primitive man may i ]large military: forces for purposes I
serious than appears at first glanc-- goat ami! set the results out to freeze aggression, stabilization of exchuniri1rnte.s paiyn' for the Lathe City anel! Columbia I .- W. E. SANDERSON CO.
if it were not on that list. Hut qiti-" Chumbi-r) of Commerce1 !
I County
if a wir-ter's night: so that he might I !all' suppression of ladicalism 11nl I
Lens of Oscoola county imd part<'u- band. his sweetheart !some on a stone other measures. 1'e'ginnmg/ on I Kith.( I Hi-\ also has promised >< >< (OOoNo"O: 4 a"D -H>
larly of school districts four. t live and flab t the next morning.: Mebbe (;('I1<'ral approval! of the mamfe to i to direct niemcmln'teliip 1':1mJnig'IH: ) .

six, should realise that unle.xnrn-- mcbbc, so, and even if he did; : STU'"IIEIII- ( \' -- -

thing is done, the chances are none slni<'K,. that sort of stuff wouldn't ent students of international nffn'i; .< tow Chamber of Commerce; Wmte-r t,,> locnli m.clgI.I..m-l .. \\1.<.|- ":\ MI..ln.l/tI.' IM.ANTH KlomUkc=;; Foil 8I.Kan.l tjrafr' :'
for that I iitH' a luiiKieiii I iM'Ht of MHHtttiM 1"1 ..,, r...... i"
too remaining on and "
good our of Commerce nortlivrii
fit to I 11>e hientioned alongside the elaintv to whom it was I sent by the legion for Haven| Chamlie-r Nflllnu I fjKliiK I '. ."....1 irniilfil Ihll. si.riigThispe| dollars nuriery 110( u
list. Orlando Chamber of Commerce. In ('IOB*. to l.rlole road I left. limn. 2 .. il pr thou-
$ f
creations that our little ones dig consideration. Among them<< wa I lime I o. |b stnrKc ('"ab with or
Osceola School must add i f lcM.itlon.I ..litiol and rhuieli4l ,I-"i fi ii
mi ,
High out of their little pie-crust cones. President who said "I 1 : addition he has assisted. a number of I uhlpment and "
late Harding : '" \ICKS I 1 mil.- from ellv llmltie. 12 l.lanlH T \VIIII..II.|||| Stm-ka. l"aSS |
courses in home economics"' man commercial in solving ne re-H bttiirlnit KKOXno liulKllnittan ,
organizations
the
word of
. Pardon this cloning warning: do not subscribe to unconditional J l
--- llv In toun Hint operate. this
ual training. This. would be good! Hi\\uys; serve ice cream cold. It is a I agreement in every detail but as a their problems, through suggestions : l"rei|>i-rl>' A b.iixaln, at ti.Uiie) F.iv- .....H MAi.l----41Oacrc. KooU
business well)] being i iItent.'ral I ,,ial 10'.- tori,... l.iiKl. pastur-
as as necessary
: correspondence.Several . | : ni r St. Cloud. For
mistake to it for it becomes too enunciation of and by quirk sale!
fry principle
I in ,U' II F S irood I In nd well a to maintain standard. And the vfrr. .Wrlt WlUUm.,
our und 1. r /and your guests do not likp it purposes the manifesto lays down a ..hl..k'nll nn indications arc that one of thcs<* hundred dollars have been fruliw. poor liuiMliiKA.. hour town
well. wholesome which gives .
as
must be added. next very program saved to commercial organizationsand : > ICfin7ACHKS FOR HAI.R. For It.nt. rurnl.hrJ
courses ;year. I of I KCHxl land rloHu to city llniUn.fronting K.mm. and No Trvipai.
great promise promoting Card. K
Where are we going to put it? The' AIR DISARMAMENT WANTEDBY peace. business men who bought quanti- (.n J(....<1 road, lurid all e limr- c..nl. each!: al The u...U, offl c...
t note what you have said'concerning < ,1.! ....0.1 well no bulldlnw.; ready -
schools, this year, with an initial en- INTERALLIED FIGHTERS ties of the new state maps as result for plow itlmo.t like town preipertv. FOR
in RENTeNTrliurnlh
rolment of fifty more pupils than ever -- representation future peace coun- of efforts put forth by the Florida with low t.xe$7SO.. Well worth

before,;are overcrowded Some departments American delegates to the Interal cils by those who know intimately of Development Board, with cooperationof <.11000.G HI) .4 ROOM t'ottlllf hot and 'cold FOR : .d holme. 7 room.

j.;' "- are seriously crippled, and lied veterans' federation convention, the suffering and sacrifices of'war.,I W A. McRae", commissioner\ of water bath: ,elnrtrlo llRht." ; lariret one Oelg.r.block 'from court' home. Sue Ur. ':
*' much doubt whether it will be loti; nice chad; 15 bearing orange, \ ir-tfer
; all are' unable to do their best work. to start September I, in Brussels, wi'l' Y agriculture, in getting the quotations "grapefruit and tangerine trera) good
practical in a half century to I come rlilckon' front, FOR HKNT: -t nr I furnished room..
yard.: "ftarairei: on
c A new high school building and '.1" I urge yeterans of the allied nations to I United reduced ,from $75 per hundred to $20 brick Kood location. loon. Easy' and Karate by Mrs, Ord.. North Bermuda -
to have the States becomingly
t new primary school are vital needs ofKls.immee. I join the American ILegion in pro per hundred/ maps. The publishers payments; Rood home; acrrrned-ln I Avenue. I-ttr
,represented in international councils porch In rear and large front porch:
This has been posing to their respective governmentsthat consented to orders
j recogniz- finally accept pretty ..hadeKAST FOR EXCHANGE
without
) international conference be some one of the delegationwho FRONT modern II he I ---
room >une.clone
fcd for some time. There has been an placed through Mr. McRae at the
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can spea'k for those who partici- In; I125U. Ilent buy In Kln.lin- 11.1. TRADE fine corner lot on Veronu -
plenty of conversation on the subjectof called to limit military'aircraft armaments running rate of $20 per hundred allowed m..e.H' and Randolph avenue. for automobile -
calling elections to allow school to end the present mad race pated in actual warfare. : to the state on orders in excess Ae-HKS. 4 mile from Kl.almnieH. '4 Mu.t 1,e In perfect condition -
The believes that its mile from Ity station, school and 8e> .
legion eor write Mr. Arthur-
five six to for superiority which threatens the propos for which church cl..... lilxl ,
districts numbers and com.bine of the first 5,000 maps they to highway allfenced Coo,,, r. KL.Immee. It
al for an international air disarma- 4 mon house 25 large bear- _
with number four as all these peace of the world. charged nearly three times as muchto Inn orang.ire.' ... 6; acre young -
districts get their school facilities in Alvin Owsley, national commandeT ment conference is one of the first the state to cover cost of makingthe Kro\'''. I25OD. Tern If drulred WANTEELVK
steps to be undertaken toward world SDVKK.M.: 5 arid let acre tract of good
Kissimmee. But it has been mostly of the American Legion, made thii plates. Mr. McRae writes thata 'Irueklnir lan l inside city limit: fine \ NKKI' n an Indu.trlou. reputalilnladv
t I conversation.It statement before sailing for Eurooc pence and its delegates will work considerable number of organiza- place to locate homeH. to have adantaueN ) or gentlemen", to represent lhiremilne ..
toward that end at the Brussels con- \ ..r .cliool. church and mar J. R. \vatkln. I'roduct. In
is time to graduate from the con- with the legion's delegation to the tions and firms took advantage of the<< ket. $1 25 per acre. :NlC'e 1 new mod- K last mm'.. .\ few icond. t.-rrltorl.,
federation conference. ference. <-in '. loom lioiiNe, for rent, clone In. alNo I open In other nearh)' cllle.I Thomitlonally
versation and to war fighters them
stage "get buiy. opportunity and that the cost to
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or for .ale on easy pn> tnent plan. nelvertl.ed Watkins Prndlii -
The be into Commander Owsley stated that a I Mtl.MON: IIKAI/1'1 ('OMIMMlr t. have
machinery must put operation is very much less than the average . 1.Xnow" and tTn.-il
000(0 ----- .luce 181R. Ion't other
immediately if the equipmentis necessity for immediate action in the I Florida Development I II cost per hundred of all maps bought; I Olt HI.F.1I1I,1I00fl..lonary) .traw offer until you m-t accept our proposition any
to be available] next fall which will matter of limitation of air armament I I by the state. berry plants now ready. 13 per SI.I --It', dlffrrent I Full particular and,
Board Notes I Ie I I'hono H" ejuarantee Siitlnfactlon.J j.it'ni.I'.n, nri. frN'Vrlt." today J.
: keep the Kissimmee schools on theI' exists. Statistics gathered by the -ff N. Parker 3 -trc K. Wntkln. Co. Dvpt. 5$. :Memphln.Te ..
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': accredited list, give the primary department legion!; show that France has 140 The dairy cow, of all domestic animals ,-I -- --- n n. 3S-IIK
i I FOIt SAI.K- Two milk cows and helforcalf.
school squadrons of military flying machinesand The regular quarterly meeting of is the most efficient producer cf -F--
a proper building, Kuqulrn Ht ejazelte office tfx YOU do any kind of farming" In
I'' and provide sufficient for the intends to have 220 squadrons by I the Florida Development Board directors i human food. From 100 pounds of Florida you should read The Farmer
space MISSION[ = ItT STnAWIiKUHY: l'lunte.strog end Stockman which deal with clt
t't'I I intermediate grades. the end of 1925. Included in the armament was held at the office of the I digestible nutrients she returns 18 Held KTown. It 110 tlloUKaml-' rue and truck farmlntc.. live atock.
I are planes which carry 74-mil, Tampa Board of Trade on September pounds of edible food solids the hog lotion( up. U 5"! thou.and Money e>r- poultry and dairying. Bend for free
der. pleaae. \\'. H ejOUU;. Orlando. sample copy or 25 cent for three
II f The Water's Fine limeter cannons planes which can ,,5. upon invitation of A. W. Perkins. i 15.6, the steer 2.8, and the sheep 2.fi Florida 3 -4lxFeilt .. month. Yearly .ubHcrlptlon. f 1 00three :
'Tampa. In addition to handling a -- -- years, ft.00. Published twicea
their pounds.
Mr. Wheez colored transport six machine and
(to porter) : guns HAL"-R'rawb..rry plant. Mla- month. AiTOre.: The Farmer and
"Rastus, is my bawth warm yet?" own crews, enormous bombers, spec- large docket of routine matters the ---- --- Hlonity and Klondyk; any quantity I- Ktockman No 10 Newnan Street.Jack.onvllle. .
Fall and winter are coming. The : growing on new land from fresh Florida. 11-tfc
Rastus: "Yas sir boss, the warm- ial fighting ships armored with bat- directors authoized President JulesM. planiB, ready July 11 If lntere.tcd.

est I eber was in-Augusta! Chronicle. tleship steel and actual troopships of Burguieres to appoint a committee farmer who prepares early to grow write J. M. Truby, Starke. Florida.29-lttx LOANS

the air. instructed to prepare for a referendum winter cover crops is the man who
will have the least trouble carryinghis FOR 8AL.E-Fine residence pro".rly.Apply 8'%)( LOANS under Reserve fly.tern on
vote of the members and of all .
the American
--- -- England, according to at the office of The Valley city or farm property. Reserve. I) -
Until you fire in a position to Legion is France's nearest competitor commercial organizations argument livestock over the winter and who Gazette. Kls.lmmee. 3Itiron posit- Company. Keith Bldg.. ClnclnXlo. -
J4-1110
41 change the weather at will, there's I and in response to suggestions of for and against on the following subjects will have the richest fields next sum- I SXL.I2-Banana Plants, lady fInger -M'e ;

no use worrying about it. its strategists has voted an extra $27- : ',mer. variety. 25 cents ea..h.V.. n Harrl. MISCELLANEOUS I

,I BOQjOOO to enlarge its air armada. The One-quarter mill levy per year by I A Masonic club composed exclusively 8ECe>NI> HAND nOOI>8. bought sold IF YOU do any kind of farming In
A small boy who was sitting next to creation of a separate air force by It. next state legislature for advertising and repaired The Ca.lno 44-tf Florida you should read The Farmer
of army men has been organized on FOR SAI.K Modern 4-room deal with citrus -
bungalow and Stockman which
a very haughty lady in a crowded car aly, with extensive plans for its rap Florida the money to be expended furnished bath atock.
Governor's Island, New York City. ; room; garage" ; 3 city and truck farming, live
kept sniffling in a most annoying id development into a powerful fighting under direction of the Florida Devel- lots; II hearing citrus tr....... Inquire poultry and dairying. Send for free
i. 'V. J Steed or Bo*, 63. Saint ample copy or IS cent for three
At last the could bear it
lady
1 manner. machine, is taken by the legion as opment Board. Several Filipino brethren in the Cloud 28-IOtK months. Tearly subscription. $1.00:
no longer, and turned to the lad: indication that Italy will enter th-! To put on a campaign for author- three :years 11.00. Published twicea
United
an States have organized a society FOR 8AI..T9--Family mild cow. month. Address The Farmer and
I I "Boy, have you got a handker- International air race. Russia, the ization of a state bond issue sufficient known as \he "Philippine 'rowel" M. Matthew, 21 Drury cheap'l Stockman. No. 10 Newnan 'Street

chief 7'" legion points out, is employing Ger- to complete the present road building which meets in Chicago semimonthly. ner e.hurch JacksonvIlle Florida. 11.tro.

I The small boy looked at her for a technicians and is German program as soon as possible. .
man using The purpose of the club is to -- --
few seconds, and then, in a dignified machinery to advance toward its air Endorsement of the proposed con- strengthen the bonds between American

r tone, came the answer; announced Moscow stitutional amendment tax
t goal by as> 10,000 prohibiting and Filipino Masons.
I "Yes, but I don't lend it to strang- planes. upon inheritances upon the incomeof

j A ers."-Exchange. All members of Congress, governor residents or citizens of Florida. J. R. CLAY

Local Pride of all states, 1,000 editors, 100 college The arguments, when prepared by I -
the committee, will be subject to approval -
presidents and a number of prominent -
"What is the name of this street?

.(.." ."This is Broadway," replied the legion citizens to have been asked by the the ing tent by out the to executive the member-committee be- Garage and "Machhop! '

proud citizen of Dubbsville. express an opinion on - "

1/ "Ah! Named in honor of the famous proposal, which would i involve the Upon request of the Jacksonville .

thoroughfare, I presume?" holding of a meeting 'in Washington Realtors Association that the Florida'

j; \ ewh$) sir, this la the famous thorooghftret" similar to the naval disarmament conference Development Board: undertake to secure SUCCESSOR d'TO CLAY A THOMA3. .. .:>.

4 \ Birmingham Age-Her to be attended by representatives modifications in the administration ',L".i'IJ.t .. ..,

f. *1d. or all leading world powers for of the immigration; law, the, directors Farming Machinery '
_ _ the purpose of agreement on reductions << 'I I instructed the secretary to FOR ,SALE .

4 7" Many DifferentTy*- of ale: force ,take this up with the' government official FOR i"SALE}-8tors< Fixture.. DaytonCemputliug Gas Engines 'and Punip. Rebuilt
Com-
Jt $f Have]you ever considered the 'many One of the first' replies,,cam .front, and 'try -to' ,-secure' certain pvtlng: Scales'Scales,''.Dl.boleJ, Bttmpson Safe., Meat ,- < ;? ( !> Vt 'rt ."U*. ItlfAj'' '

different types of automobile 'dri Senator' Henry Cabot Lodge. f'au-[change*, v A- jk bto.l v'T< refrigerator' small refrigerator; '
_
lss lleer
."' f ,s '.,.enf :For taDcer-JI8J'.a nt.. ,ShU, achosettaehalrmaa.. ./pfw/ :tha__ *tej l i In order to tare a number! of,'concrete , small Buffalo platforra-'... 'Urs..B.$ H.meat''R*". Taft,; BEARlIGS FOR'f KEARLY'All i KES iibA1si"Y ; :

v. : tlw.mo&ologtat: type of drfrer.j: She committee, on'IONlp;relations ,who .cases to 'work.jjrom;' the"Flor- Florld/u.. (I/o/! 40-11 : , "- "

1' I ,gttrn abut 13,473 words to the gallon. was a member of the American dele.. ida Development. Board will be glad 1HREB BBARIMO! v .........'. I joining, : i.:2 r'f ', .f.t;

_Ex""ln-. ,.... .. .... .. ..... I ration to':'the Washington arms "eon3 '''to. eeiya reporU''. ," good houses; tearing .roves, rang
.. to
i.\\. j-'_ r ,,--tl- .,.,.. ,5; ., Jr: .. .of xperienee: a. ,in 9r\lcwl ;from. $6000 to $.**.
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,- -KISSIMMEE. . . VALLEY. GAZETTE- "FRIDAY" SEPTEMBER" , 14, 1923 'nric. .<; "

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Florida 'Sanitarium and Hospital: h*+. ,- .,-i ...i' .r. p io. .... .. ,-.ii i..,"n iti. .

Orlando, Florida, Medical, 'S 'Rldtl, CASINO THEATER! t- -.r' 'V. < )

Miternityi Cap 1 lty' 11'00- patients. : .I j tS ANDMONDy.F

I". Equipment modern, rest, diet, physiological v- "" T S i .
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cal.nappenines' therapeutic. Unexcelled In I '
the Southeast. 4

Roscoe Roberson_ _recovering_ ,24-tt froma WEDNESDAY NIGHTSEPT. F SPECIALSSTORY'S

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-. .4 badly cut face ,sustained .last Monday -'

- -- f night ,when. with ,Dick Makinson 19 : a't. ,

Eat at Dupont'a Cat. tf Friends of L. J. 'Dollins, will regret and Tony Rotundo, the automobile In 'L

to hear ,of, his serious.. Illness Mr. which, 'they.' were riding hit' a' stumpat "
Wm. K. Rus|, has just put down a. Dollins has been in weak health for the side of the road, which was ;

concrete floor In his garage. several years and he is now practically difficult to follow In ,the darkness.

Co. Sam helpless, Makinson; and Rotundo onaccount of .
New York Life. Insurance 1 JSATURDAY :
;
14tfr. ''' the fact that one had, the shearing Good Grade' Muslin ,
Unbleached
L Lupfer local representative. Ed ponegan and family, of Waldo wheel and the other was in the middle I ,, yard .. ; lOc '

Miss Irma Holzman is vacationing. have been spending several days here were not Injured but Robersonwas :150 Yard Spool Sewing Thread ; spool. . oj .,.-.5c .
..: at Daytona Beach.Investments visiting! : relatives and friends. Mr. thrown against the wind shield ,

like charity should' Donegan i is employed in the SeaboardAir and severely cut. ,, Colgate's. ': Talc'Powder, can, . ... . . .. .',.,. 19c. .', ,
Line Waldo.Dr. .
shops at '
begin at home. i Do not confuse our ice with ordinary 36-inch Percale, of the best grade ; yard. . .'.25c .'

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Story 'left Klsnimmce .. leave. and Kissimmee Mrs. J. J.Monday Richards for expectto Hot ice as was made by' the early BedRoomSlipperspajr. . . . '. .. .. . '. -. .'. '.$1.25'Boys' \. .
method. Our product is made from f1Ir''R. ,
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for vacation in '
.. this week a
Springs Arkansas. They will visit pure deep well water which was and ,. and Girls' 3/4 length Socks- ,

northern points. < their daughters in Arkansas and Mis- is according to chemical analysis is . . . . . . . . . . . .35c Pair?' 3'1>air 1.00 i.:'
}New; fall hats at The lint 'Sho? sourl and expect to return about the pure and second to none. ___
Mi-) J. !n. Woodbeck. * last of October. We have a system of manufacturing We carry the "Selz" Shoes for Boys. This is1 the., ,

known as raw, water system best School Shoe can buy '
and Mrs. II. H. Shrigley have Shaves 15c; haircuts 35c; children you J
Mr. ,
which is nothing more than taking .
tuken rooms in the Bickerdylce house ?5c; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf water as it comes from nature and I S :i: :Men's Blue Work Shirts .. . ', . . n. .75c: ; |IMen's '
of Lake and Main. Mrs. S. B. Aultman and Alteration
corner. daughter after thorough and perfect
J;;;. ) left Miss Elizabeth are lingering the is placed into the freezing tank and: Personally Directing Percrale Shirts, witheollar, each..75c : 1j j
U. .1.) Burrows Monday on aight.stt1flg '
trip to Hollywood-by- "Land of the Sky" near Asheville comes to you just as it was intended : All Summer Suits and Hats, going at big reduc- r; 1j:

North Carolina. They will return to (pure. Dehydrated air is used to eliminate e .
Sea '" tions. I
t he- their Kissimmee home about October I the oxygen by agitation. There of ._ I !

Some (rood farming lands to rent; 1, it is said. is absolutely nothing else which can 3Caks10cSoap. . . . . . : '.. . .. .25c' f ;
.. lake. in with the ice __ ....:_ : : :;
two with houses one fronting possibly come contact .
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}Nelson; Realty Company. Mrs. Jessie Kleinman expects! to in making. and we are careful to han .-: CANVAS SHOES AT REDUCTIONS. "
leave Kissimmee tomorrow for San- i. __ '
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dle and distribute the most sanitary : -- -- -- --- ----- ------ +- 1
Splendid' house for rent, close in, ford where she will make her home. manner. : IMcCALL PATTERNS FOR SALE HERE..
month and modern. Nel-) She was recently appointed official .
new
$!10 per ; ,
Our system is the ame as is being { '
.< -I Ri-.ilty Company. enograpther of the seventh judicial used in all the large and modern t A reduction on all Men's Palm Beach Trousers -'
circuit by Governor Hardee.
court '
Wanted) At OneeA four or five plants. We manufacture and distribute I:} we have left in stock.

roomed house. J. B. harris, Fielding Nobody has more poor relatives I in :36 different towns! and have a : -- _-._ --- -- I -

I tirniturt'' Store. I than a scrub bull. daily capacity of over 2 hundred tons Boys' Waists and Shirts of, pretty Percale, at reasonable I
with thousands of satisfied customers
Mr. and! MTR. J. II. BuRR of Saint Rev. and Mrs. S. I. Smith and three" i I If in any doubt as to purity or prices. n ;
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(loin.! wI're.ruests/ of t their aunt, Mrs. children and Eli Smith and family, quality (>f raw water ice consult your r: Li'U..!'..,\ F .... '
1 F .J I Van Duzer, lust week. arrived in Kissimmee this week, by physician and after doing po we knowwe !..:: O 1l\\ f"f' I

automobile, from Woodhall, New will get your busmen, which will 1:: \ i V. Story & Co.
, -k f<>lr information on the NewLde's York, to occupy the Frankford place be greatly appre Mted and can assure a-; .. .1 !'! ....., I Lyles "

latest policy. Sam I.up which they recently purchased! you one bundled! cents for your i :
14.tfc'l the Nelson Realty Company.The 3rd EVENT 3rd
through and
dollar as to quality, quantity
f DRY GOODS SHOES MEN'S FURNISHINGS
\"" Helen Schmidt is teaching the service.-Adv. Presenting the Greatest and Most ; j i
33rd annual Fall Term of the
Kiimmee School Commerce' whil 40-lt. NEW ICE COMPANY.. Successful of American Plays in 4 KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
Tampa Business ("olleK] : opens next j t I'x
:Mrp C F.. Hilton i is ,away on vacation. week. and Railway and! Acts, Entitled-
Accounting
-- - SCHOOL LUNCH]; ROOM HAS "THE SWEETEST GIRL oOtO Oooooooo'oo ooooO'.004.

I rail ,plowing, ,something the avo- Commercial Telegraphy have been added BIGGEST ATTENDANCE: YET i I' - - .- --.-- -.- '
to the popular courses. and special IN DIXIE"CAST '
< about ----
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farmer: never worries .
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PLANNED:< FOkTIlE
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the soil. terms are off'" i u. Write today The school lunch room, which opened - - --- -- TOURIST 'I

il.ites and improves I and arrange to begin; next week. Tuesday found the biggest attendance OF CHARACTERS I LEGION CONVENTIONAuto :-< LOVE'S AUTO & BUS LINE .

Vrt fall hats at The Hat Shop.M -- in its history. The largest' howard] Emory, From the North, "gypsies" caravans touris's 'I
Wanted At OnceA: four or five fed . .._ Mr. Albert Sutton '
J. I). '"oodheck. I number of school children ever _ n I westward trips to San Francisco AUTOS FOR HIRE
roomed house. J. B. Harris, I'ieldmir Tuesday Matthew Maitin, President of the who plan
----- 217 in one day. -
last .fJ
year was for the fifth annual convention ALL NEWCARS, ,
(One way to co-operate with the : Furniture Store. the number was 200; and it if i Cotton Mills_ ----Mr. Walter Baas r
her is to send the children back : the Uncle George An Old-Time Negro I of the American Legion will find am- We make a specialty of 1
expected to increase regularly, as Allison T. FrenrliCol. entertainment
J. Nathan Bryan returned to Ki'- Sl'rvanLlI1r. le facilities for their
i si hool in good health. become accustomed to A Hospitable I Party Trip ;
------1 simmee Sunday after a week's. \' \aca- newer children John Howard in the convention city. Due to effort's ?

l's Fire, large house and 214 acres with tion in Miami where he went to join it and as parents find that a balanced, Southern Gentleman the ."Sweetest_ _Mr Triplett Girl of the convention committee a huge/ ...
Harbaia Howard
fri i S and, garden, for rent or sale; Mrs. Bryan and the children. Mrs. wholesome l. inch may be had which In Dixie"-Miss Margaret Stanford \ parking area has been reserved neat Kixsimmee Headquarter

ni elit exchange for good land. Nel-) Bryan and children their nieee Rose I is much better for the growing/ and Matilda Martin, A Designing Spinster the center of the city and will be provided Broadway Pharmacy

n Realty Company. Marie Graham and Jaconetta Ault- studying children than lunches carried _______ ___ __ Miss Helen Bass I with every possible convenience.The Opposite Postoffice. Phone,4t> I I
I home. Mrs. Who Calls To Borrow theChurnDasher. .
- accompanied him home. from Biggs touiist camp is a portion of the -sf '
Misses Jean Thomas 'and: Martha man I Everything is done to encourage .._.Miss Lucy Lupfer Better military reservation at Fort Mason, I

Ei-l'e' Harris are leaving today for Take advantage of the- special summer the children to drink milk. Last year Aunt, Seven-Tenths Caroline, Uncle___ George's_-Mis. Triplett"BARBABA" and covers two solid blocks. Army

Tampa where they will teach in the rates now offered for the big many parents reported that their .-- . --. n camping rules will prevail on the lot, various fruits and where- they-; ::-are -

Oeorge; Washington, .Jr., high school. Fall Term opening next week at the children ,did not care for. milk. This I and the area will be a model for cleanliness best adapted. In addition, their stock

Auto For Hire. Call C.'C.' Rum. Tampa Business College. Llberal j'year, a tendency l noticeable. for,them and system,!v Lava rie run. la more nearly acclimated to Florida.

well), Phone 41. 26-tf terms are made, and students may I to try and, get more than their share.' ning 'water ,tenting::' acComodations? .
,. : meet the trains the lunch j : I'' Stuff .
select any course. We j Those In chargo of room. community 'wilLbeTprovlded, on ,\ Deep
Bert Hu.rhes. of Homestead was n and take the students good boarding are elated .over ,this fact as- milk h I'I the space and 'shops, telephone and An ambitious youth on graduatingfrom

recent visitor at Hilliard's Island. places. '* one of the best ingredients of a telegraph stations are to be found college decided, to.start.. on the>

visiting James Hilliard. He liked -- healthful lunch. The lunch room uses 'I within a few minutes walk of thlr road to wealth and fame'a*'a travel- '"
and to return. The residence of Mr and Mrs. B The salesman. He irite'1 rand '
Kissimmee plans over eight gallons every day. ing was hlgh.71J! > 't
C. Miller was the scene of a delightful"kid's thoroughly sterilized' t area.The I intrepid when he entered the 1
glasses are is situated at theend it!
and Kather- parking space "
last '
Misses Shockley of I
Anne
party" on Tuesday ,
I scalded.
washed in four Maters and of tic store of his first prospect.
of Van Ness Avenue, one
ins WyckofT returned to Kisslmmee week. Regular "kid" games wore Everything about the place is sanitary I automobile The youth full of encouragement f

Sunday night to resume their teach- played and ice cream was served! in Miss II. C. Best has during\ I widest and finest Francisco, thQr-1 and ecstacy inquired front the'feed.v: ':

in? in the high school.) cones. The,affair was a farewell party the vacation, considerably i improvedthe \ew-L Ed I oughfaies minutes ride in from San the down town looking individual who wa lazily ,.'

four five to Rev. Allen J. Miller and was looks of the room by giving curtains 1 i will leaning on a dust-rIdden show-- case.
Wanted At Once: A or tricts. The legion activities
given by the Christian Endeavor Soeiety will make '"Is the in'?" "
This buyer
roomed house. J. B. Harris Fielding and pictures. 1I I be within less than a four minutl''I'
Furniture Store. of the Christian church. I II her fifth year in the lunch room, she I ride of the parking place. ,I "No" was the sarcastic" reply "but I
with it since its incep the celler is downstairs.
Is having been will be apaulup
I The Gazette's job department ;requirement for entrance .
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Mr. and Mrs. I D. O. Wagner and equipped to do all kinds of job printing I, tion. Mrs. W. L. Paulk and Miss Best legion card, and no reservation -i ii .I The youth not to be outdone. took '
Ada returned reasonable lunch casual glance about the dingy interior , .f
Wagner
ilntiehter. Miss on short notice and at are in charge of the room. will be necessary a
to Kissimmee Wednesday from prices. I More help is needed at noons. The i Several space state delegations are planning of the store and dryly remar -i ,'

Illinois, Indiana and Missouri points. Miss Myrtle Lightsey and little I', ladies who sponsor the room are 'anxious ,i automobile pilgrimages to the I ed, "This store doesn't look like it hada "1

Miss Lucy Buckels--is enjoying a vacation daughter Mildred have returned to that women who can spare the I convention city and will doubtless! u and who
Homestead after "pend in I:'- an enjoyable .hour and a half at noon the parking area. Sounded Difficult :J
from her duties! at the Katz to do some '.. r .. .11:\
the '
store, and she is the "outloafinrcMt" two weeks with Mrs. Lightsey'smother would like opportunity '" . 'I "" ',' Down in Texas the short cotton crop ; ;;
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says at her old real service for the kiddies to get in ... : '!>'?Ii PLANT A HOME ORCHARD ft
Hilliard :
individual in Kissimmee.< I I their serv- FLORIDA PEOPLE
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Mildred with them and give ., J
touch !
home at Hilliard's Island. ........ I. to the cities. One of them
for rent. W. B. happy summer with her ices. Two or three are needed. They has double for at one of the large. '.
Furnished Flat pent a very BY MISS STANFORD Eating certain fruit a applied a job
Harris. Gazette office. 14tfM. grandmother and was taken back to must have more help, and if this help i advantage; it reduces the cost of !living employment agencies. ..JI
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that -
C. Autrey left Kissimmee Saturday Homestead to enter school. I has to be employed for the it lunches means and just will Band Concert At Noon i and adds food elements and variety -I "There's a Job at the Eagle Latin- ,' '

week's business tripto -- and much less And At 7:00 P. M. I necessary to make a diet health- dry" said the man behind the desk.' \
night for a Mr. and Mrs. Ira A. Clough make them that much less valuable. !I -
Baltimore. He said he hoped to Elizabeth Cotterman, f ful. Many fruits can be grown in "Want It?" 1-1I
little daughter t
match tonightin 'BEST DIES I SPECIALORCHESTRA Florida. Why many are not grown. I The applicant shifted uneasily'fromf[
see the Dempsey-Flrpo left Wednesday for Tampa where. !MRS. j. H. : F ',
302 :therefore, is difficult to understand.A one foot to the other. y. !
New York. they have purchased a and home will at residein Mrs. J. H. Best who is perhaps I, ride of many miles through some I "Tell you how it is boss," he said] .;

I You should arrange this week to East Plymouth street and Mrs. Clough's best remembered as Mrs. J. N. Smith areas of the !state- will show few if finally. "I sure does want a Job] ', ;

join the big Fall Opening next weekof future.friends Mr.in Kissimmee regret passed away Saturday at the age of I any fruit trees. i mighty bad but de fack is. I ain't\ ,.

the Tampa Business College. New many have them leave. 73. She was born in Georgia and I This situation is deplorable one often never washed a eafle."-Open Road.
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much to "
classes in all departments will be organized very I came to Kissimmee about thirty-eight sl.5- hears. Specialists of the Florida X
I of milk
husband died four p1JsnOwAiii. have mentioned By producing 8,410 pounds
make Her ; I of Agriculture
can years ago. College 1'or'I
Investment
f. The best you and 519.04 pounds of butterfat,
married J. H. be
is a New York Life Policy. Better years ago and she later a number of fruits that can Coomassie 504651 (thlsis ;
Mrs.- Howard M. Katt, and her two than a savings account. See Sam Best, at ;Bradentown the couple coining grown easily in this state. They are ono's Eureta owned '.:
14-tfc the of Jersey cow),
name a
. Bmall sons Howard, Jr., and Jimmie Lupfer. I again to Kissimmee to live abouta peach, plum. pear, Japanese persimmon -I has 'jI
Bartow
Meadowoaks Farms I
for month's visit She is survived by her pomegranate, grape (Niagara by
,
ate leaving today a visited year ago. fig I .
Miss Ada Louise Simpson become the champion junior! two-year .
Powell and two brothers, one in Delaware, Scuppernong), pecan.
with her mother Mrs. Fanny Kissimmee friends last week. She husband old butterfat in Florida.A \,
at Rolla Missouri. with her mother':Jupiter, Florida, and one in Georgia, guava, kumquat, orange and grape producer

spent the summer who underwenta I I and a niece and nephew in Kissim- fruit. Most of these fruits can be GREAT NEWSPAPER; .;j ]
E. Donegan
The 'leading life Insurance company Mrs. A. of the state. l
: I in county
.. of the world New York Life. See' Serious operation Washington at Johns Hopkins.D. C., mee.Funeral services were conducted 'The grown satsuma every orange has proved itself !THE TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE! ., 'J 14

Sam Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc She is now improved in but far from from the' residence at Patrick and well adapted to most of north and The Tampa Morning Tribune is the ,I. I

formerly of Wood somewhat left for Tallahassee Bermuda avenues the Rev. Murphyof west Florida. The grapefruit how- Great Florida Newspaper, exploiting,
Rev. S. I. Smith
Simpson
well. Miss Taft Baptist church' officiating. will do. .well north, of Ocala. th4'SUte and paying; -
hall New York but recent new resident to enter her senior the ever; qot the re ourci) of, ,
: a both Monday Interment wac at( the Shingle Creek It has been said that no farm'hOmE! particular attention to the, Commertcial. ,
preach
i of KJ..Imme.nl1. at 'the First' year in the state college. cemetery the arrangements being under -,-in fact no home-can call itself ). Industrial Agricultural, Hortitcultural

I morning and evening u'ndajr , Alonzo"A. ,Fulford, of Hainea City;: the direction of J._ W. Thompson. complete without" certain fruit trees. Political and Social Event.' ;

: Baptist, church, next $ j and( If las Virginia: \M. Whidden, ,. of -- I( the;owner give them a little care: a* they occur:,In'every Town'City and';,

I Dr. Norton's subject*for.;his" per.. Inverness,1.* were married Tuesday s When Carpet Bahia, Dallis and MIL SUTTONSECIALTIES and 'attention,'particularly'as applies Hamlet in.the Great State ot.F1orl4aBend' '.
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I' .1 won* at I the' ,First Methodist;,church night shortly, ,b.fore.midnight, ",' by Vasey grasses and Japan clover or BY. to f sect"apd. dUease control J.he;: or; la' )'subscription,: to>th

... Sundaywill.b; ?Heay.n,!. at -the Judge Comer.'at hi* residence;, The lespedeza, have,* established themselves BETWEEN ACTS she 'may' expect \pU8faetol'J'.i, returns. Tribune'Office or hand it; toyou'locat:
j Attain JOnJmme.aDdl In'Florida on an equal footing r time nd\noney\ expended;; .. so' that: *can mjoy
morningMrvie and ?How Jo Couple arrived In, AND '75cRESERYKD for the. dealer ) you : ;reading
when 3.r Me- with' the common wlregrass, that day PRICES :,,350, 50c() ''buylnct/joiing,1' ""trees J reliable ; fine '
Heavn at th. evening 1er'tce.I looking for the, Judge I r ::ink') Florida :Great* t< Newpaperr .'
...; ,; ""',,"" J '..." ,-_,- -.---.. phatter f Und1; th.mL'! 'As' soon'as ,he will bira4ajor1th-sbockman._ ( .. I 'SEATS!! 'NOW SELLING \\i* *' \innr| rytn4i ,ehoold he.'.feat.; year':$*. O.) '. *U._,iaonta-it.$OOithf\
make ,
Tb b4tat nvment 17oa eaD. learned*of their1fcelrei1:( 'h.-tor-It!! ( ','..AT'TRESS"'NEWS STAND ?: I i'edr becausethey'"tabw'"Floridaidittoni, month $2.00 and one_ 'month .75c.'.
la aJ N.w. yoLifa'oncjf-BettIt: aDiI Itpt4 the f tbr m. ; JMI. .( I : 'the varieties oi, the '' ,la.
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZBTJ'. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER; 14.' ius .

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CIRCULAR TELLS HOW .

HIGH" SCHOOL' GAZETTEVOLUME ,', TO GROW SWEET. PE\B --- to


Growing sweet peas in Florida fa a -

business or vocation that seems to :.
II. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 14, 1923 NUMBER 1 '
have been neglected or not, taken ad

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i. put in the players; 'That Is what counts in football ey Jlowever,'inany people within the
Editor ________ "..* Fred Lupfer have something you 0\
Assistant Editor:: ___Alberts Brunson paper hand it to your class-reporter. size only counts one-third as state are beginning to take an Inter.

REPORTERS Come on, students, let's see if we can't: much as experience.: est in it. In fact, the interest hat CHAsSIS

Twelfth Grade____Margaret Sigler help to make this a big success this NEWS become sufficiently great that the r

Eleventh' Grade__._.Eleanor Rosen year. Florida State College of Agriculturehas

Tenth Grade,_.:'_________Ethel Owen' Monday morning: the entire school just issued a press bulletin on th<.*

Ninth Grade _________Frances Bailey OUR HIGH SCHOdt ENROLLMENT once more assembled in the auditorium growing of sweet peas. A Greater Value -

Music DepartmentDena Snodgrass for the opening exercises of the Extracts from this publication

school Rev. Norton conductedthe which was written by W. L. Floyd,
before has our high school year.
Have you ever stopped to think Never enrollment at the devotional exercises, then Mr. professor of .horticulture, read as follows than ever before is offered in the Ford

about the influence which the older opening seen such of a school large as it has this year. Yowell, our county superintendent I : "Florida's Bandy' soil, while not! Chassis for fight delivery service.

pupils have on the younger? If you there were made a fine talk on the "Value of Education i best for several peas, will grow them

haven't you will be surprised at the Last Monday morning thirty- ," and he brought out some satisfactorily, if well supplied with organic The new low price puts this convenient
Freshmen,
great influence they do have on them. present: forty-two sixteen Juniors! and good points for us to :follow in acquiring matter preferably well-rotte-i rapid, light-delivery service within reach 0
You have seen boys and girls playing, five Sophomores, Seniorsseem a good education. Mr. How stable manure at the rate of about one of every line of business. It not only

and have noticed that the younger twent .two to Seniors.know that The they have ard Katz and Mr. Jim Johnston each two-horse wagon load to 100 square gives you proved economy of operation

boys try to do the same things which proud Senior class that .has been made us a little talk. Each speaker yards. In addition, the area should : bU,also the facilities for enlarging your
the
the older boys do. If the older boys largest stressed the fact that he was glad to receive from 50 to 100 pounds of a business.An .
this school in but
seen in many years
sit around, cursing, smoking, and fertilizer from Ito
let's complete containing
see our smiling faces. So keep
swearing, the younger boys will nat- the question is, are they going. to them pleasant looking all the year. 5 percent of nitrogen, and from .1 1 early order is necessary to insure
urally do the same thing. But if the i stick, and come through with high to 6 percent of potash. reasonable delivery owing to the demand I

older boys get out and play honors WE HOPE SO. To the "The soil should be broken to a being the heavest we have ever known.A .

or run races, the younger gamel'l' large Freshman class we wish to say I' DANGERS A GOLD depth of from four to six inches and small down paymentconvenienteasy

want to do the same thing. Some that you are welcome into the high have the manure well mixed with it a terms. .


(people think that the younger boys you school will and stick we hope to the that finish.everyone But of,I Kissimmre People Will Do Well To week or ten days before! planting.The ,.," "'*- "- -....-...
do just what they want to do and do fertilizer should be applied either .
"RATS must advise to watch Heed Them. f'knf_AlII srs 3w w AyAt
1 not take after the older boys, but we we you I Many bad cases of kidney trouble broadcast or in drills and raked in or
: your step this year, and go easy, be-
mistaken. The
i I think they are pupilmay will\ be result from a cold or chill. Congested .covered lightly. M. C. AUTREY
things
then next
cause year
desire do ,but he
have to right
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a
kidneys fall behind in filtering the "The Winter Flowering Spencer
F: cannot, because he does not know better. poison-laden blood and backache. group is best suited to the climate of Authorized Dealer
he does not know
and the
how, reason headache, dizziness and disordered:! Florida. The Christmas Flowering KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
how is because he has been broughtup ATHLETICSAll
kidney action follow. Don't neglect a blooms more quickly, but bears smaller -
in district where the older boys r
a cold. Use Doan's Kidney Pills at the flowers with shorter stems and is,
are loafers and so the younger ones ready, let's go! Every after-
first sign of kidney trouble. Follow therefore, not so desirable.
]stow nothing else but to loaf. If the noon! The past week has seen a
this Kissimmee resident's example: "If the winter
older pupils want their preaching to group of high school boys faithfully Flowering Spencer
II t be effective they must practice what practicing football under the coach- Mrs. T. L. Comer, 621 Mabbette St., are planted in September some bloom
says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have been will be secured by Christmas if in
.t they preach. The child is not taught ing of Mr. Carson. Last Saturday ;
my standard kidney remedy for the October the bloom-
so much by what you say as by what afternoon our high school coach ar plants will begin
I you do. rived. then on Monday some twentyor past fifteen years. When I took coldit ing in January. These are the best

'i' more boys entered high school.\ settled on my kidneys and causedme months to plant, tho this may be done
I to suffer in the small of
ABOUT OUR PAPERTo How does that sound? We are not misery early in November with fairly good
,my back. I felt miserable all over.I results." /
saying how good a team O H. S. will .
I I tired and and
easily was nervous
those: who are in our high school turn out: this year; no one knows that I Persons interested should consul
to headaches and spells of diz
this year, we wish to say that this until all the games have been played, subject their county or home demonstration
ziness. I meet Doan's Kidney
paper is being printed in The Valley but we hope that our playing this always agents or write to the College of AK::
Pills when troubled with these at-
Gazette, not only for those outside of year will surpass that of last year. riculure at Gainesville, and ask for

school to read but also for the high It can be done. Boys, if you have any tacks and they promptly relieved" me I Press Bulletin 348.America's .
I felt fine
school students. We have not the school spirit let's see it. There is no so in every way.
Price 60c, at all dealers Don't
money to finance a high school paperof rule against coming out to practice
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get .. ,
our own and so through the kind- football, and we need everyone of
Doan's Pills-the that
ness of The Valley Gazette this space you. It is Coach Bowen's desire to Kidney same
Mrs. Comer had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
is reserved for us each week. There- have every boy in high school out to 't E
Mfrs. Buffalo N. Y.
fore we think that it is our duty to practice every afternoon, so if you ,

make what we do print worth while. are in high school ISfs see you out MANY NEW HOTELSIN

And only through the co-operation of there on the gridiron field.( \ on't. get SOUTH FLORIDA

everyone in high school can this paper -I downhearted because you think that _

be made a success. If you are there is not a place on the team for What is South Florida doing to

not a reporter this does not mean I you, think of the future when O. H care for the fast increase of winter .

that you are not In the game, if you \ S. will have a team of experienced visitors

.1 I I This question has been given CODaiderable 0
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attention by Tampa tourist -=

boosters, and to reach a somewhat annual rec-

approximate figure a questionnaire ,_
ord of fire loss
was sent to the various trade bodies averages

in South Florida with the result it
520 Schools
was learned there are 19 new hotels
aiL
and 12 new apartment houses under
totally' destroyed
contraction\ many of which will be .

ready for the winter business. Adequate fire Insurance Is a ne- I'j' ..:"ll'' ,,' '
The total cost of these 31 new I cesaity. Property is of questionable {

,I i'I ri: buildings is approximately $8,725,000St. value without it.
Petersburg leads this section Inerectin& This agency represent companies
I such as the Hartford Fire I
housing quarters for tour- Insurance .2ff
Company that not
ists. According to the Chamber of only insures property but helps .V -

I: Commerce of that city they have you prevent it from burning.

started six new hotels and two apart- Insurance FactsThe

ment houses. The largest hotel wil''

be erected in Tampa. It will be 15 _ntI.OWKK .f Are 1..1'..... la

//II'!II'FLORIDA FEED STORES 1000000.stories and; will cost approximately: tba d.r/.a. before Cite war.the war sddeeII.ed Profits Derivedfrom


According to figures cpmpiled by Call on this agency speculation in farm
the industrial bureau of the Tampa

Board of Trade, building operations products are paid equallyby

306 started in South Florida since Janu- CARSOlTfARMK the producer and the

Broadway ary 1 of this year amount to $27,980- consumer.

000. This figure includes money be-

it I. : TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS ing spent in public improvements. "The Insurance Man" Cooperative marketingtakes

t TN, Mam! Pkoae 1.. speculation out of
t.
Over Robmoa'a DrugstoreSf !!
"Why didn't stop I held out '
I' you % Breadway Klmmlmmr*. Vim. fruit selling and assures
\ : Call Up No. 218TWOONEEIGHT my hand," said the' young lady, whoso
fender had been smashed. growers profitable returns,

f j ( ) "Sorry, I didn't see your hand," replied year by year, for their work.
the offending young man.
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"Hm! I suppose I should have held

out my foot!"-Exchange. .

Free Culling Service F4 +2A.r
About the best way to keep the boyon 4

I the farm is to make him partnerin

h For Poultry Raisers .- hired the man business or even and not worse.It treat. .Aim aa a ,


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In addition to supplying with the best is just as possible for a country
you I -- ,. .. ...,.. '.
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newspaper of limited circulation and
CHOWS for feeding the Purina System also I
influence to have high ideals as a

offers you a free_culling service. There is a powerful metropolitan paper. WRH3LEYS

HKRl'HTS! PETITION VOR niS- THE beat footing
of
hens
to tell
simple system measuring IIARUH AND OHDKIl Of NOTICHTIIKHKON car can u.l. '

whether or not they are layers. We will teach I..the,..DIMrlet Co. t .( tae.. U.lt" get on rain-swept CRINGER Take it hem to
!!IC. For tbe--IH..I. Smbrrm
IMntHet of ....I.rt... N.. :ao8T. streets and slippery III, ticf. .
you this system free of cost. I. Ba.kr.pte.In )'. hills is the gripping

r Paul Stanley, The doing Matter bu lne of.. a. Stan Weather Treadof D" Have a packet i iyonr I.
Phone Urn for an Appointment ley'. Pharmacy, Bankrupt.On .
the 11th day of September. A. n a Goodyear Tire. pocket' for an
J n.. on reading the Petition for Dl.- The thick
high ,
,, charge of the above-named Bankrupt. ever-ready treat
i It 1.-1 ( blocks
sharpedged

Headquarters for ORDERED By the Court, that We manufacture size delicious
a hearIng of that famous tread any ). A ;.oafsotfra -
be had
upon the same on the find
day of October. A. D. .1'SI. .before thelaid take a slipUss hold tombstone. Buy direct and After' ul ee aid to

I + v PURINA POULTRY CHOWS trict.court at 10.at.Jacksonville m.; and that Mid notloe dis and hang on with a save agent's commission. .tie teeth,",,nil,
thereof be publlaheri In Valley Oiaette (
J'I I' a newspaper printed In laid district, wedgelike action \ Write us a line. Every dignUaL.u. h ''i i
and that all known .creditor and other that sideslip I,,
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? prevents I
ti ''jsi7jn T derpfpo persons In Interest may" appear at I LAKELAND MARBLE ANDGRANITEWORKS ) "
& itu I PURINA! the said time and place and Choir reuse or skidding.
If any they have, why the prayer oft Meal (
., CHICKEN the said petitioner I.should not b.. grant A.G.yw S$1..'.... :{
Y .01. 0-1 r. are Mil and f '
a. OOWKX And ft I I. farther ordered by the ,head 4h..Y G..d ...r.C..d. .' ."
I court, that the' clerK .shall Jmnd.<( b rf .o/fA (A. b.e.t d .AUw
j wr mall, to all known creditor, 00..... of .a.A.r rr..d.ai ....,. G L. BtACKBURtf.'proprletor: ' f 1
tt !, aid petition anp1this, Order, addraa>.4 fAua ., rl.. ....4.,4 .. :,M9t1"t41t;' 1 ,
en... fkw.... ,) { t
totbomf; at their;pae.. ..,'rMMeae.>a.} 'UkeJa 'd"'FId':
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Call. Juoce of th Mid. t. '
martt-and the i Y' . '" ...
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1 fLEGAL: ;ADVERTISEMENT 1v' j''in'Circuit for Circuit 0.0.011 of the Court County State for,'"of Special'Florida 17th Road Judicial In and and '-erty municipal has, -- for Instituted the collection suit -against. of the Bald delinquent" prop- mended*.! day of to' appear October..'In A.said. D.' II"suit on the '1',I A.sale I-.t' the.. during. front door the legal-of. -the heura--. -'of

are
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t.a. commanded Witness
TOi hereby the
District and of
"- Drldte No. 4, 0.0..011 Count. to said on thet1st and the .lud. said Hose.. In Kissimmee.. Osceola Car. 1
plaintiff .. Oort o'thl.
"Iorld. TS. of FlorIda day of October. A. I). 1928., the Florid. I will sell at public outcry for
THB COVNTT jroowa COURT1 In day of September A. D. 191$. .
Circuit D.fend..nt. Validation .
Court. udlol.l Circuit of Bond. Witness the Judge and Clerk of Bald .hand t. the highest and test
1th. Notc.
WOk CKOLA CO UN TV. TO ThE TAX /' OVBR8TREBT.
1" AND In and for County Florl PAYERS AND Court and the seal thereof L bidder o following tract of land
this *lt.
OF KI OK11>A.Id of Special on the CH-oult Court. I,in ,
TATH > In Road and u.te
Chancery) Jewell Citrus De Bridge District No. Ith day of D. 1913. ..
(C1rcuItCourtS.al .rl 'I"lnlm County,
velopment Co.. 4 Osceola County. A ) 40-Jt v .00l ."
Re Estate of Elisabeth Young a organis Florida said Special B'temb.r. Florida ,
l lAf ..B.Al4. ed and e".th,1 corporaton.. of the Road and Bridge Township Circuit Ec Lt. 1 to t of T of .
CITATION. J Stat Florida Complainant Versus Twenty-five (it) South Rant. (Ciruit Court Seal) v 'rt NOTICE OF 8UIT. N. Bass .of 'Block 9, I,

John 1"ay., : Bill to Twenty-seven (IT) East of .. In 4., T,. I. 9. 10..''14 of Ross 'Add
To: ,AHIe\ Rhodes;; Forbes, Missouri; quiet Tlt.. Order of Publication. The Meridian, Onceola County. You j MOTICB OF SWIT. Circuit ourt. Oaoeola County, F or. '. I. GARRETT
Arliollan 811'... Forbes, Missouri; Eu. State rJ
Carter Forbes Missouri; Lottie Annl.F.U. hi. wlr. of London, Eng any you have, on the 19th day of Siptember. In Circuit County Flor versus; ,
barter. Forrest City. Missouri; UraoHarper. ; Hungerford Palmer. A. D. 111. at the courthouse ida. Town Courtkoo..ol. City, 1 of Block S of N. F., NOTICB ALaV'
2618 8. 14th St.. St. Joseph living:Oly.r dead all parties If at KI.llmm.., Osceola County.' Florida, plainant, versus; I Bass Re of Blocks 1, I. S.I. 7,, .
MlHnourljHerbert.. ; Bush No. 401 AngeIlaue Interests claiming the bond. of Lots S Com'I *. e. 10. 14 eV 11. of Ross Add. Sit.
under Oliver Hungerford Pal- Special Road and to 10 Ino Block 'A' 'I uate In ...NICE if bn.b7 given: th** 'pur.
St.. -Joseph Missouri; Dora mer deceased ,or otherwise, In the Bridge District-No. 4. Osceola County, Re Sub. fly -Lot- IS. Payne Klsslmmee. 0'0.011 Coun- a Dcr.. entered on the
P vl... No. 401 Angellque St.. St. .10..- Kroperty hereinafter described! Florida, In par value of $80,000 00. and Payne. Situate In Klsslmmee, Os. ty Florida . ._. 12th day of ., D.
oh. Missouri; James Bush Ursham Murray.. living and It John the proceeding* upon which the same e.ol.C"nty. Florida' The Porld.to all parties Int.reate Circuit 'Court of Osceola County'Flor"
Vniwlourl.. ; Bertha HI pee, (Mr. Nora all, parties I Interests under d..d. are based .. shown by the Petition to all parties Interested !' In. d..crlb.d prop Ida.In Chancery ocket No. iltl.1 In
Forbe. Missouri. calmlnl In the above I Town of .. CITy suit of Town
KipciN.) John Robert or otherwise fle cause In the Clerk' In the above described property has Instituted of Klsslmmee City. a
And to all other persons Interested In the "ec..a.el d.. of the above Court on the Itb day The Town of Klsslmmee City suit against said property Municipal Corporation .
In the hereinafter described real ...- scribed: prop.rty. H.S. Hatton. If liv of September 'A D. 1 JJ. should not b.II .Instituted suit .against said prop for the ta"collection.. of the delinquent ".. All parties Interested Complan..nt-
tnt ing, and If dead all parties claiming validated and confirmed. WITNESS erty for the collection of the delinquent manded municipal You are hereby com of land hereinafter de.crlb.d Respond
Is hereby given to and Interests Vie Judge of the above to appear In said suit on the eats, that on the
NOTICB Court
you Francis H. and m municipal hereby
8. com
,."<..h of YOU that Jamea Got. .. administrator de.a..d. un4el 01 otherwise In the H.tton name as Clerk of said Court and the' manded ot.p".rYfnU ::I" suit on the 1st Witness day of October. A. D. 191*. A. D. 1911.; during : .d legal b t-l'

of the Estate of Elisabeth ty . described: All parties seal of said Court thla the 9th day of 1st day October A. D. Kit. Court and the Judge seal and Clerk of Bald ... at .th. front do.>r of the
the
young deceased ha., flied a Petitionin claiming Interests under Margaret R. September. A. D. 1.1J. Witness the Judge and Clerk of said Sth day of thereof on this the House Klsslmmee, Osceola County.
l'i' <> above atyled Court. setting forth Kochenderfer. deceased or otherwise J. L. OVER8TREET, Court and the seal thereof on this the Spt..mbr.. A n. 1928. Florida I will sell at public outcry, for
that there are debts and charges due following described property to- A. Clerk of above Court. Sth day of Belt D. 111. L cash in hand, to tho highest and best
and owing by said Ustate>. and that the1,0.r..on..1 wit: (Circuit Court Seal) L. b'\E1B R (Circuit Court Seal Circuit Court. bidde, the following tract of land alt.
) .
Estate I. Insufficient for the Lot. 11 and IT of Section 17. Town. JOHNSTON OAHRET. Court. I I 40ttNOTICR n Klsslmmee. O.a.ol. County
purposes of paying such debts andThjiKes. ship IS South. Range 11 Am Counsel for Bridge (Circuit Court Seal) 40-It ; Florida. via: ,
and that It Is necessary tu to the Plat of Naroooasee East according -, ,District No.4. Osceola County. --- I OF 'UIT.In ) Lot I. 4. I. I A t of Block 14 of
I .
....11|| the reel. estate for that purpo.. filed on the llth day of January Florida NOTICE OF SUIT.In \ Circuit Court Osceola County Flor- Bass Re Sub of Blocks 1. I.
and' praying for an order to take po- A. D. 1S90. Town of I.S,1,1ia0,14 A 1 of Ross Add.
M, union. of the following real estate .. ALSO: All of Blocks 191. 19T; Lots I'OICE) OF SVIT.' Circuit Court Osceola County. Flor versus KissimmeeCity.; . Com ., O. OARRETT

-K-tn for the payment of debt. and T. 8. 9 and 10 of Bock IIS; All.of Town of Klsslmmee City Com plaln..nt to IS Inc. of Block I of N. t SpeclalMaster.
,"''inrtci-s. dun and owing via: Blocks 119 and the New In Circuit Court. Osceola County Flor pl..lnant versus; F. Bass. R... Sub. Blks -
1,1. 6. 9, T.
Uits Fifteen (IS) and Sixteen (1') Town of Narcoo...... according to Ida Town of Klsslmmee City Complah.ant 4' Lot.80 of Fla. L A I Co's >. 10. 14 A IS of Ross Add. Situate NOTICBI or .ALI

,,f lllock J"lt.on. (SI). of St. the Plat of Narcoossee Farm and versus; Add.. Slu.t. In KI..lmmee Osce In Klsslmmee. Osoeola County NOTICE I..
of Block 'A. hereby given that
Cloud a..ordlnlf the Plat of the Townslte Company. filed on the of Boswell's Florida Florida. puruant .

? .SiMiilnolu$ .nd. and. In InvestmentCompany. St. Cloud. 8ltus.tCL llth day lBujOac.eola of February A. D. 191*. Payne Re-Sub.Add.Dlv. of Lt In IK Klsslmmee P.yn. A, The State In of the above all parties prop in.tereated The terested State of Florida to all parties In llth day to a of Final April Decree, A. .nter.. on In' the the
de.crlb.1
County. County. Florida Osceola County. Florida. erty. The Town of .. City In the above described prop. Circuit Court of Osceola County. Flor
HWOI Florida You and each ef you are hereby The Instituted erty. The Town. of Klsslmmee City In Chancery, Docket
you of com State of FlorId.to all parties In suit against said property ha. Ida No. 1400.
T 11':11':1011 Interested you manded and required to appear on the terested In described prop for the collection of the delinquent In.ttut.d suit against said property suit of Town of Klsslmmee City, aMunicipal '-
i.nd p.r.on.to arI 1st day of October A n. 1911 (same erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded .. of the delinquent Corporation
I erchy .ommand.d appear before being the Rules day October 1921) has Instituted suit against said to appear In said suit qn the municipal taxes. You :: h..In" *!. All parties Interested Complainant
n"" at KI..lmm.e. Oceania County to the Bill of prop 1st manded to appear In the1st of land
the 3rd day of Complaint filed In this erty for the collection of the delinquentmunicipal day of October. AI). 1911, hereinafter d..Db.Respond
'.4 Iltrld8. on October. A cause.Witness.. taxes. You Witness the and Clerk of Bald day of Otob..r. A 11. ants, that on the '
i and' nald to show cause If any you the Honorable C. O. An- to appear In said are hereby suit on commanded the- Court and the Judi.. thereof on this the Witness JUd". of said A. D. 191*. during the. legal.rI r*b-
I ivc ." h> Petition should not bo drew.. as .ludI' of the above Court 1st day of October A. IX 1928. 8th day of B"pt.mb.r. A. D. 121.J. Court 8th and the th..rer on this the sale, at the front door of

**r..nt.. and my Clerk tb.r.of. and the Witness the Judge and Clerk of said OVERSTREKT. day of 1922. House In Klsslmmee, Osoeola County.
\\rf.NKSS my name a. County Judge official seal thereof this the ISth day Court and the seal thereof on this the L Circuit Court. I S"1t L. \E1S+ 11 I will sell at public outcry, for
.
r iHccolii fi'iinty Florida at Klsslm of July. A. D. 1921? 8th day of September AIX 1921. (Circuit Court Seal) 40-It Court. cash :hand, to the highest and best
mee, ",/'Ih.r with the Seal of m)' J. L OVERSTRRET. Clerk. .1. L. (Circuit B..1 40-tt bidder .. tract land
.
'Ih.! I hi. Ike 22nd day of August. A. (Ct. Ct. Seal) By s. H. Bullock. IJ. C. Clark OVBRSTREBT.Circuit Court. NOTICE! OF SUIT. I I uate ,n foUowlnt. ;>sc<-.or (. .I. _'.
113WHAM K HI DBS A STEED. (Circuit Court ) NOTICE OF SUIT.In I, Florida, vii: ,
( T. L. COMER. Solicitors for Complainant. 84-81 Sal 40-1 In Circuit Court. Osceola County. Flor Lots I to 10 Inc. of Block I of
('mini Judge of Osceola Count., Ida Town of Kisslmmee City Complainant Clr.ul Court Osceola County Flor- N. Bass Re, Sub Diy Block 1.
i\.fit Florida.OI1VE NQTICU MASTER'S SALE NOTICE OF SUIT.In versus; ida. of Klsektnmee City Complaln..nt I. S, 8. 7. 8. 9. 10. 14 A 1 of Ross
--- Beg. 47 S. of NE. Cor. 80. F. v.r.u.; Add.
Nntc. hereby given that under Circuit Court. Osceola County Flor. L. I. Co's Lt. Ine A 10 A 11 of Block 0.
Add.. Runs W. P. QARRETT.
"I RIF"' IAI..E.Tn of a final of foreclosure Town of t' 9 of r* ... '
d.cre. Ida KI..lmme City Complainant SIS', N.. 40'. B. SIS'. Situate Klsslmmee. 1 Re Sub. of Blks. 1. 40-.t Special .
.Mthur K Donegan and To all made by the of the Seventeenth versus I. 6 Mat.r.NOICE
: feo ; Osceola County. E. . 8, 9, 10. 14 A IS of Ross
Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hnrr- JiKllrlal State of A 18. Block 'B'. Boswell The State "Iorlda Add. Situate In Klsslmmee, Osce OF
1 ti\\\ that the undersigned as SherIT Florida In and for Osceola County in He-Sub. Dlv of Lot 16, Payne A In of the Florida to all Interested oil County Florida. IA..I

nt > 'Bccola County. Florida acting Chancery. on Apri loth. 1928. In a cer Payne Add. Situate In Klsslmme erty. The Town above of Klsslmmee described prop City .. State of Florida to all parties interested NOTICE I. hereby given that
under and by virtue of the following/ lain cause pending wherein *. Oscepla County. Florida. has Instituted suit against said In the above described prop- suant to a Final Decree entered pur
the
on
execution: to-wlt: 'George W Fox was complainant and J. The State of Florida to all parties Interested .- for the collection of property erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City lth day of D. In
dated the lit day of Sep- W. as Administrator of the In the above described the delinquent has Instituted February A lilt. the
J"'uton 111.r. Jt. prop municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded suit against said prop. Circuit Court of County Flor
II. 1920. Issued out of th.- . Marion erty. The Town of erty for the collection of Oc..ola
I.ml..r. 111.r. d.c..a..d. KII.lmme. City to appear In said suit on the the delinquent In Chancery.. No, 1313, In
Circuit Court of Osceola County. FlorIda 'l H. MII.r. n..ar ., also known a. has Instituted suit against said property '1st day of October A. D. 1813. : are suit of Town of Klsslmmee City
linoed certain Judgment .. J. M. for the collection 'I.aot'aTfnu ; .
upon a n. Duncan as Tru.te. of the delinquentmunicipal I Witness the Judge and Clerk of said : said h.e'lnCOt' Municipal Corporation
."d.r..1 In a suit brought by James ''In Bankruptcy of the estate of Hull taxes. You are hereby commanded Court and the seal thereof on this let A D va. All parties Interested Compl..ln..nt
K !n"". Plaintiff vs. Arthur H. Done- i' liaas. fit. Johns Cattle Comp.ny. a cor- to appear In said suit on the 8th day of September A. 1123 th"l Witness the Judge Clerk of said of land hereinafter ,- .
iran < tliu 14th lay or November. 111 ;. respondents, I. as Special Master appointed the Judge and Clerk of said Clerk SJR Court. 8th day of A I). 11. A D. 192$. during the :, r:
w aa r. < orded In Final Judgment Dock- In said. cause in the place and Court and the seal thereof on this the8th (Circuit Court Seal) 40-It Be't.mb.r. at the front door of
,1 s," I. page 119.I stead of Lewis O'Ur'an. have taken day of September A. I). 181S C.rk Circuit Court. House, In Klsslmmee, Osceola
-- -- County.
I l virtue of said levy will offer Court Ho\ile Ixior. In Klsalm- .. ca.i'In hand: toUts "( and best 'f

for ale and lel the Int..r..t whlcii tnee, O..ola County Florida during (Circuit Court Seal) 40-1 In Circuit Court. Osceola County. Flor NOTICE OF SUIT. bldderi the following rib of land sit
the nald E. Donegan had mi : the leKul hour. of sale, on Mondav. --- ida. Town of Klsslmmee City Compl..lnant In Kisslmmee, ,
i . Milt dnof November. 1917 (dat October tho 1st 123. to' the highest NOTICE OF SUIT.In versus; In Circuit Court. Oaceola County. Flor. Florida, vi.: 0.0..1uuty.

Klnnl. Judlm..nt. in the folowlnl nod bent bidder for rash the following Al I of A. C. L. Ry. In Block 4 Town of Klaslmmee. City Com Beg. 100' 8. of NE Cor. of Block
.4< riled. .. located o.c.- d..rlb.d real ..tat. situated In Osceula Circuit Court. Osceola County. Flor- Add. Situate In Ktsslm plalnnt versus; T of Robert Bass Add. Run W, 18S'
ola Iolnl). FloridA. tn-wlt I en"t) State of Florida and described ida. Town of Klsslmmee City, Com mee. Osceola County. Florida. 2. 4. 6 A "T of Block 10 of S. lOO'-B. 19$' and N. 100. ,
Th. SH of the H>4 or the NW'4, ofth. us folo..: Al of the Northeast plnlnant. versus.; The State of Florida to all parties Interested N. F. Bass Re. Sub. of Blks 1. 1. S. O. P. '
. sWt4 of Section 14. .. % of Northwest Lots I A Z. Block 'R'. Boawell Result. In the above described prop- 6. T. 8. 9, 10. 14 A IS Of HOI Add. <-2t GARRET.. ....
Th.' NW 'of the NWli of SectionSI Quarter I iNWVi ), and the Northwest Dlv. of Lot. 15. Payne A Payne erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City Situate In Klaslmmee OsceolaCounty

Quarter (N'It, ) of Northeast Quarter Add. Situate In Klsslmmee Osceola has Instituted suit against said property Florida NOTICE OF I.I'
'I I in Township 15. South Range I Ie
2 East. tel (11.> of Northeast Quarter The State of Florida to all parties Interested municipal taxes. are In the above described prop NOTICE hereby given that pur
The said Int.r.a" In snld ."op.rl' tNl.l. .r 8".ton"t"n I \ (It), Township In the abov. described prop- manded to ;arYrnU said I erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City scant to a Final Decree entered on the
u ,I In mild bv me a. aforesaid. i Tw..ly-lv. ( South. 'anlfeThlrt. erty. The of Klsslmmee City 1st day of October A. IX .I.InCOth has Instituted suit against said property 18th day of February. D. 1912. In the
lie .u..lon. before the Court HOUHI ;.. and also the South has Instituted suit against said property Witness the Judge and .. for the collection of the delinquent Circuit Court of Osoeola County. Flor.

.. ... Osceola County.FImlda. . Quarter ((8EV4) of Northwest for the collection of the delinquent Court and the seal thereof on this the : are ; In Chancery, Docket No. U8f. In
between the legal hours of 'Il. Quarter (NW') and Southwest Quarter municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded 8th day of September A D. 1023. manded.aep"arYnu said I h'InCOt' suit of Town of Klsslmmee City, a

... .. < wtober e t. A. D 1918. at which (A\V" of Northeast Quarter to appear suit on the J. L. OVERSTREKT. I 1st day of October. A. 1. Juhl..lpal Corporation ,.Complalaat .
.
i HI.,. ;property will be knocked 'I 'n to the highest and b.a bidder Township ," ( 2S ) South. Witness the Clerk of said (Circuit Court Seal) 40-lt Court and the seal thereof on this the of hereinafter d.srlb.Re.pnd.
lit Thin; the flvhtel'" u.t A l. !Isame lands conveyed to James W. Mll- 8th day of September. A. D. 1921.J. NOTICE SUIT. J. L. OVERSTREET. A. I). 1918. during the legal hours ofmile
t I : n. ]I lei, by L II C.hoo. et ux Oct. Oth L. OVERSTREKT. Clerk Circuit Court. at the front door of the Court I
. . of Florida Clerk (Circuit Court 40-It House In Klsslmmee, e>.ceola
.I" ) 1910. Ira Wetherbee.. et U May 80th. Circuit Court. Tn Circuit Court. Osceola County Flor S.al Oaty.
:U.l IKlfi, James K. Milliard. :.t ux, April (Circuit Court Seal) 40-lt Town of Klsslmmee City, Com- 1 Florida I I will sell at public u ,
NOTICE OF SUIT. cash In hand
to the
117. vlrFebruary highest and heat I
Mrtl. .
;
IIOTICR OF BIIKHIFF>* ALIA. / 18th. 1911. b Lhrht..y..t d.e. recorded MOTICH or SUIT. pl.ln.nt .r.ul.1 of Fla. Land Imp.Co' In Circuit Court Osceola County. FlorIda bidder the following tract of land sit
respectively In deed ) It Lt. Situate Town of' Klsslramee Com 41st.in Klsslmmee, Oeceola
In Cty.
page Cot1
To
F and To All Whom Bk. KI..lmle. Florida vis -
In :
1. Woodw.r. II Book "BB" County Flor- ;
li.' May Conc.rn Notc.. Is hereby glv1 89; and 101. In. the page office; Bok the 41.Clerk page ida.Crcuiturta... City, Com O.ol.. .County.of FlorIda all parties In- plaln.nt Block veru.10 of N. F. Bass ReSub. All 8. of A. C. L. Ry Elks. 10"ll
Unit the ..... Sheriff of Flori. Dlv. Blocks 1 I 6 S 0 of 'W. Patrick's Add.O .-
und..I.n..d of the Circuit Court of Oeceola County pl..lnat versus; In described , S. T. , .. A <
< "" '01" ( actnl under to all of which referenceIs A 14. Block 'A', BoswellBeSub. t.r..te. .. Town of Klsslmmee prop City 10. 14 IS of Ross Addition. Situate ,, P. .0ARRIT. .
II "I| by virtue of the executtuns Florid. 40-2t
Dlv. of Klsslmmee County .
10-wit Deed at cost of pur Lt IS. Payne at has Instituted suit against said property O.c.ol. .
:
chaser. O. F. KRIBBS. Payne Add. Si In for the collection of the delinquent Flrld. '
Execution dated August 6th. l<- B1.lmme. _
UI. "Osoeola Florida. The to all parties interested ADIIIUITRTIOI'Cltt. .) ,
.u out of the County Court. anti 81..1.1 Ma.t..1 In Chancery Cunty. municipal taxes. You commanded Florid. I.
.d b".In
DAVIS. The State .. to all parties Interested to- sjooear In ::" < the In described prop. .OsweIa
,
for Oweola County. J"lorlda based 'upon PLEDER. 17-lt In the above described prop 1st day of A. . erty. TheTownof .1..lmm.. City ". Cava> y, .tat.< r. ,
a certain . In a Sol"lor. Compl.ln.nt erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City Octobr.. UI. has Instituted suit property Estate of Jane . .
Witness and 'if said Dd
Cult brought b Dr. C. I>. Christ vs.K. has for the a By lbs Judge ., Bald Cevr*
Instituted suit against said of the delinquent '1
.
,
Clrevlt ef property Court and the seal thereof on this the8th CU.CtOA. L
belna4Uted .1.1.1
K said 1..t. Whereas
Wodw.rd. judgment for the of the delinquentmunicipal municipal .are hereby com J. T. Drawdy his applied
of
day A. TX IMS.
ef O.es.iaC.u.Iy. col.cton September .
.. day of and c..r 1 appear In said sutton the to this Court for Letters of Administration
Au.u.tj'l. are hereby com
L. OVERSTRBET.Clerk mande
la Bill J. .
for Di .
recorded In Count .. (. .. made to appear in call suit on the Circuit courtCircuit of Olb... A D.1918; on the.estat of Jane H. A. Mc.D"rmlt. -
book No. 1. page 111.Execution of October. A. D. KXS. ( Court Seal 40-lt Witness ... Clerk of said d..ca.e" late nf said County
lt )
dated August llrd. II:'. Myrtle Cock*. c-omplalnant. VI. Witness the'Judge and Clerk of said Court and the seal thereof on this the 5
Inui'd nut of Justice of Peace Court William Fletcher Cncke. Respondent. Court and the seal thereof on this the 8th day of September A. D. 1921. These Are Therefore To cite and
First ".lrIN. Oaceola County ORDER OF PUBLICATIONOn eLI day of September A. D. 192*. NOTICE! OF SUIT. J. 1... OVERSTREET. monish nil and singular I the :
hid on a certain judgment rendered Monday, October the 1st. A D. .1. 1... OVERSTRBET. Clerk Circuit Cou.t. and creditors of said d.o..d to
I. a cult brought by F. A. Houders. v.. 1923 the same being a Rule of Clerk Circuit Court. In Circuit Court. Osceola County Flor (Circuit Court 40-It appear before this Court en or b i.for.
V R Woodward said judgment being thin Court. the respondent William (Circuit Court Seal) I ida. Town of Klsslmmeb City Complainant B1 the 8th day of Oc" A. D. 1921. .

.i*l.l the
In J lint Ice of Peace Records the Complaint fled against NOTICE OF sUIT Lots 1 to 6 Inc. of Block I of N. F. -- of Letters of Administrationon
N" 1. Page 101. I him herein.This Bass Rs. Sub. Block. 1. I. S. 6. 7. In Circuit Court Osceola County. Flor said estate otherwise the same will
I did thereafter levy upon and under order to be published once each In Circuit Court Oaceola County Flor- 8. 8. 10, 14 A IS of Ross Add. Situate ida. Town of Klsslmmee City Com be granted to said J. T. Drawdy or to

,J i livlrtue of said levy will offer I week for four consecutive weeks In ida. Town of Klsslmmee City Com In KII.lmmee. Osceola County. pl.lnant. Ver.UI: some other Pt person .>r p.ueon.
r.r ""I.. and soil the Interest which F.n I I Tin- Klaslmmee Valley Oasette. a weekly plainant. versus; Al W. Ry.. Except S. 100'. Lot WITNESS my name as County Judgeof
\\omiward had on the 2nd day of newspaper published In OsceolaCounty Lot 1 of Block 'A' of Boswell Re- The State of Florida etod all rrJler Interested Block 11. Ross Addition. Situate the County aforesaid this the fcth
.'"'iI!) M'liJ. (Date when property was Florida. i Sub. Dlv. of 15. Payne A Payne In the In Klsslmmee, Oaceola Coun- dav of Sept. A D. 1921. .
"". ,it...1. In the rolowlnl described, \\.Un... my hand and official seal Add. .Lt Klsslmmee Osce erty. The Town of Klsiilmmee City ty. Florida (SEAL) T. U C URR
i r<*'' property to.wl: this list day of August. A4I). 1928. ola County. Florida has Instituted suit against said property The State of Florida to all parties interested 40-41 County Judge.ftOTM .. .
.
".. American 11..trl. Floor Sur- J. U OVEH8TREET.CI..rk The State of Florida to all parties Interested for the collection of the delinquent In the above described prop
'a,,IIIK Machine together"ltd Circuit Court. In the above described prop- municipal taxes. You are h.r..by commanded I erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City K OF MAMTHK-B \LI ,
all equipment and attachment Oaceola C.unty. Florida erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City to appear said suit on the has Instituted suit against said prop NOTICE IS HEREBY ( '
;h. 11.|ii belonging. (Circuit Court 8e.\ has Instituted suit against said. property 1"1tA.f October A..J\ 1923. I'erty for the collection of the delinquent under and In pur.uano.of that certaIn
'I> xil I -"iM liy me a. .tor."ld. at public I II for Complainant. 37-51 municipal t hereby commanded Court and the seal thereof on this the to appear In said suit on the and rendered on the Sth day of Sep.
"penrYrnU I" 8th day of September A. I). 1923J. tember. A. D. IsIS, In and bv the Circuit .
> i I nun' .ror. the Court House 11''f to & suit oil the 1st day of October A. I) 1928.WltneSH
i Klxalrnmt'e. Oncenla County. Flonl -, lit day of October A. D. 1928. I L. OVERSTRFJHT.! the Judge and Clerk of ..10 Court In and for O.c.ol'County.'
"' l>i.weeen| the legal hours of Halo on j lln County Judge's Court In and for Witness the Judge and Clerk of said I Clerk Circuit Court. Court and the seal thereof on this the Klorlda. In Chancery.
t.ih.-r 1st. A. I>. 192*. at which tlmi- IdNceoln County. Florida. In the matter Court and the seal thereof on thin the (Circuit Court Seal) 40-21 Sth day of September. A. D. 1(123.( pending therein wherein the Rank of

x.iil property will be knocked down tr of the ..tal. of J H. Tumblln. deceased. sib day of September. A. D. 121. j. 1... OVKKSrumor: Orange A Trust Comp.ny. a corporation .
> Mulieat' and best bidder or bidders Notice of Application for Final J. L. OVERSTREET.Clerk NOTICE: STIT. Clerlj' Circuit Cn". t. organized existing under'th.I.w. .
t HHh therefor.Tltla Discharge TO ALL WHOM IT M \Y Circuit Court. (Circuit Court 4/-2t .. of the State of Florida were Complainant -
27th day of A. T> 192:. CONCERN. Notice I. hereby given that (Circuit Court Seal) 40-2 In Circuit Court. Oacoora County FlorIda a.a\ and H. F. Roe. 9..t.nd.nt I,
AUlu.t... the' undersigned a. Administrator of Town of KISBltmm-e City. Complainant nOTICE ). SUIT. c. t. M".ruder. as of

AH "" of Osceola R 'ARMER, the e..t..t. of J. B. Tumblln deceased NOTICE SUIT. versus; said said decree appointed,
.Ir Ilorld. will apply to the Judge of the above Lots 2 & I of Block 14 of N. F. In Circuit Court. Oaceola County Flor- Khali offer for Bale and sell to the high-
I 'ourt for Letters of Discharge from In Circuit Court. Oaceola County Flor B..I Re Hub of lilorks 1. I. 5. 6. 7. ida. Town of Kisslmmee City:Complainant cut and best bidder for cash at public I

i\ the admlnlatmtlon of the ..bov. estate ida. Town of Klssimmee City. Complainant 8. 9. 10, 14 & IS of HOBS Add. Situate versus: -outcry before the East Door of the
TiIU(01'1'4TV roi'BT IN ANt> FOR at the office of the said Judge at KlaiIniniee. veraus.; In KIsHlmmee Osceola County Lot. S. Except Beg NW Court House In said Osceola Count

lie. .. .' COITNTV FLORIDA.TTI Florida on the lat day of Nov Lotl I to 7 Inc. A Lot 12, Rliyk Florida.. Iract.. nun. S. 60'. .:. 140'. N. 60'. \V. In the City of Klsslmmee. FlorIda on
IMIKXT DAMAflKB "_.e ember. A. I). 1923. This the 30th day of 'A' Hoawell Re-Sub Dlv. ef Lot The State of Florida tOd all Interested 140'. Block 'I". W. A. Patrick's Add. Monday, the Sth day of A
Hi': C'OMPANY. August A. I). 1923 ,S. Payne Payne Add. Situate In In the rrb"Jler Situate In Klsslmmee. OiicuolaOounty I'. 12. b.tw..n the legal hours
. IJM.K "ERTJ.IZJ R WILLIAM INORAM 1,11.lmm.e.'Osceola County. Flori erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City Florida. sale, property d..crlb.d In ..11 derretf -'
riiiirntlon and "I.tn. has instituted suit against said property In- situate, lying and being the'County
i ,!l.'i' As Administrator of the of J. da State of Florida to all parties
I I. -!<,fiil.,nod, ly virtue of the L. II. Tumblln. deceased. .tat. The State of Florida to all parties In.tertsted for the collection of the delinquent Ti.. ." In the above described property nf OMCAnln and State of VMArlA'_*.'.
ft. Florida. JOHNSTON A GARRETT In the above described Drop- municipal ta"el. You are hereby commanded The Town of KlBBlmmee City t..I.: ,
Plaintiff. As Counsel for said Administrator. I .rty. The Town of KI.llmm. City to appear In said suit on the has InBltut..d suit against said property NW" of the NK4 of Section 17,
v.. 8 8911VOTUK hits Instituted suit against ..Id property 1st day of October. A. I). 11128. of the delinquent To..hlp SO South Range II Bast.
I .\.\SVt.I..TAM LTNO. also for the collection of the delinquent Witness the Judge and Clerk of said municipal taxes. You are herebcom- Containing 40 acres more or less Together -
"vn tTV.. I You hereby com Court and the seal thereof on thin the manded to appear In said suit on the with the '.n"m.nt. her.dita-
Defendant. TO CUKniTOIlS "Igo: appear In ::I" suit on the 8th day of September A. I). 1923.J. day of October. A. D.-' 19,28. m.'nl. and appurtenances... th..eto"b.-

'""".. Is hereby given that the above of !. Court ef the (....ty Jadae. Oaerula ht October A. 1911.Witness I*. OVER8TREET.Clerk ,,1.t .. the Judge and Clerk of said longing or In any wine appert.lnln.
nill
.ul was on the 2nd day (.a.m4y. State ., FloridaTn the Judge and Clerk ef said Circuit Court. 'ourt and the seal th.r..ot on this th. the same t b.sold to .at.t) &d
".111. 1>. 1928 Instituted by at- I Circuit Court Seal 4021NOTICE cree. ",
Estate of John M. Wlnstanley. Court and the seal thereof on this the ( ) 8th day of September. A. D. I UI.J. r
l.nhnient, : that summons ad respondenI'lnn .. To all Legatees.Distributees 8th day of September A. I). 1823. I L OVElRTnEJT. I I. further ordered that this notice '
1. WitS Issusd against Captain Wll- De..o. Cr..dlor. .. . having J. L OVBRSTREKT OF SUIT. CI.rk C.ault be published once a
"" J.ng, also as Capt W. weeks In
knowf Clerk Circuit Court. --- (CircuitCourt Seal) 40-It c'm..utv.
Demands
Claims or againstsaid
1.u. '
tho . said cause but (Circuit Court Seal) In Circuit Court. Osceola Oounty Flor . a .
'-IIII.-d by the Sheriff of 0..01. Estate: I -- -- 40-1 ida. Town of Klsslmmee City, Complainant NOTICE In Osceola County.
''. You. and each of you. are hereby notified 8A..III.
iiiiu the defendant being NOTICe C. C.
tinaerved. I SUIT. versus; I -
'I' .if the state of Florida: that said and required to which present any oreither 1 to 11 Inc. of Block S of N. F. NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant Special Master
demands you l.t
U'H' of Attachment has been levied bydJ claims: of and have against theestate I In Circuit Court. Osceola County. Flor Ba.1 Re. Sub. Blks 1. 2. S. 11. T. 8. to a Final Decree entered on the This the
Shi-riff on the following deacrlb"I you. may Wlnstanley. Ida Town of Klsslmmee City. Complainant 9. 10. 14 & IS of Ross Add. SituateIn llth day of April. A. D. 1922 In the ..
l H..I: F..IAt. belonging to said de- of John M. Florida d..cea..d.to theundersigned versus; Klsslmmee, Osceola County Circuit Court of Osceola County. Flor (OFFICIAL SEAL)
r. ''Innt. lying and b.lni In Os'hi I late of Osceola County.\V. Persons. Ex- Lots 15 A 19. Block 'A'. Bo..1 Florida ida. In Chancery. Docket No. 1401. in MACIUIRB A

( county Florida. '0-.I: of .. O.or. within two years Re Sub. Dlv. of Lot 1C. .,of Florida to all parties interested the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City. aMunicipal Attorneys for
Tlisouthwest quar.r SW'4) ecu tor .Id Payne Add. Situate In Klssimniee.Osceola In the above described prop- Corporation. Complainant.vs. .
hereof.Dated
r Section Seven (7. Township from the date 28th A. n 1923. County. Florida. erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City All parties Interested In. the tract TO

I'u. "-ntv-Blx (Id) Range AUlu..t W. PERSONS.18.lt The State of Florida to al p.rt... Interested has Instituted suit ..aln.t said property of land hereinafter described. Respond ..NOIO ...*
TH ntynlne ((19) ealt. levied uj0 Executor. In the above prop for the collection delinquent ents. that on the 1st day of October.A. I. Bt. .
I .. the property Captain WllII erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City municipal t are hereby commanded D. 11. during the legal hours of C..b.
,,in I..yn. the. defendant In theilnne has Instituted suit against said property to epaarYraU said suit on the sale, .. front door of the Court In re .
'" rali,. NOTICE OF 0. SUITfly for the collection of the delinquentmunicipal 1st day of Otob.r. A D. 1911.Witness House. In KI..lmm.e. Osceola County. ...e.
'n\ .. you. the said Captain I IN".ltITION taxes. Tot are hereby commanded Clerk of said Florida, I will sell at : for To all Credlo. .
A.ACI.mJT g
William Lyng, also known.. Capt. to appear said' suit on the Court and the seal thereof Of this the cash In hand to the "to'tdYbbldd.rl _
'V I-) ng. d.t..ndant. and all other per- To Robert F. Bruns. Grocery E.q. Com pan lit day of October A. 1. UI. Sth day of September. A 199$. the following tract alt- Demands against .1'l
"na Interested are hereby required to Care lirufle Brother Witness the Judge of laid J. L. OVERSTREE. in Klsslmmee. Osreola County Tou and each of
"ln-raiiually be and appear.to said acton .n-III Race Btrtlt Clnclnn..t. Ohio: Court and the sear thereof on this the .. Florida, via: Uf.d .nt' required "
a t ttif Court House In the city And all oth.r peron. Jnt..r..ted are hereby'notiffed Th day of September, A. D. 1(11.X. (Circuit Court S.al > 40-1 Lots 1 to 10 Inc. of Blot 11 of ,, demands ''
Iminee and each you. of I. t. either of votu'-mar hav
Oac.ol. County. Florida on Company L OVERSTRBBT. N. F. Bass R 8ub BloJ
the rtule November. A UI. i that Flynn-Harrla-Bullard havingIts domloll 'Clerk Croult. Court ZOT1CWOS 'err.In I I I. I. T..',I. 8., I II Add. tate of Wllhelm
that of a - O. of Klaslmmee.
'I"' being Monday the Sth in the .crpr.tlon .. ... has oom- (Circuit Court 81' 40.3tNO.t'1C1ii'Oi l OARI. to'tb. .01&
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tired ) Jud..nt.1 minced an action by attachment In the Circuit Oeceola County 'O-I_ __ ___ ; Spil > said estats. within two
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against you and In and for Oaceola ooun.tr da.Town of Klsslmmee City,, : ;'
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tan. Circuit Court 'Vf For-1 date hereoC i < > tJV
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will proceed M .provide bJ Florida. and sued out an attachment p1ain&ntversUs; : I !OC. .A.J ; :'X.
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said writ of attachment to be Ida"Tow. K..I... Com.PlLoVa"h.TrmT.i ,Rev Bob. Blks. 1. I. I. I. T. I. I I NOICJ ; 40-9t '
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i >1 x: 'Eicnr) __ KISSIMMEE' VALLEY 'GA EtTEl FRIDAY*. :>SEPTEMBER, J4*...192S .

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mere thorough training regulations. '" . .

tth SOCIETY'S REALM I PROSPECTS GOOD FOR than Osceola High has ever.. had. f .

The 'ih..t accident of the season'occurred '

Wednesday night when Cecil ', '
TEAM
WINNING GRID '
:SWIMMING: PARTYON McLean fell on the ball with arm' < .. Monroe Thomas I

down Instead of up and fractured his '
"ROSEADA : 2
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Mary Steffee was'the hostess at a Coach Bowen Can Make collar bone.. , ..,""" ,, I ,''It'_' ,I , I
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,merry swimming party on Wednesday :SIRS. SINQUEFIELT* GIVES , ','i'I 1\r n GARAGE f i!'il\\I\\>, ". ,' , I
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Good Football Team 'I
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of last week{,' given in honor of her FAREWELL PARTY TO CLASS ./ ; ... Ii"' I'o ... I
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thirteenth birthday. The crowd of More Boys 'ViII'Try Out 18 Emmett Street .. '" .
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young people left the Kissimmee dock :Mrs. ,J. .g. Sinquefield was the hostess "

on board "Roscada,"' shortly after j at a farewell party for Elizabeth -
"Osceola High School has good PHONE 47 '
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two o'clock and dressing rooms were + Cotterman this week. The guests "
'prospects for a winning football team-
: I improvised with tarpaulins and the were members of her Sunday; school' '. '
this year, said Coach Bowen yesterday -
house. class of> the :Methodist church. Games

pilot The first stop was made at CaptainMeiklejon's ''field after with three the twenty days boys spent who on are the and refreshments were enjoyed-by the THE MERE fACT THAT WE DO BATTERY WORK IS NOT IMPORTANT.It's '

at Paradise Island, where,|"trying .out. "But we can't do it young people. Mrs.I Sinquefield was .
the swimmers themselves\ in assisted in entertaining her truest
enjoyed 'with the number of men who are getting THE WAY WE DO .
the deeper water while the smaller "We by the honoree's mother, Mrs. I. A. .Uhataccountsforourgrowth
out for practice; he added.
children bathed near the shore. Clough.
need ten more. It will take not only

Steaming up Shingle creek they went (Ico-operation of the whole pclmol, but P\LL PLOWING STIMULATES .
while of the
best swimming lovers again of the water some did"BO again of the people of Kis immee as well. j AND: IMPROVES THE SOILi Prompt Attention To Small Jobs A* Well At Large
The boys are enthusiastic and all
1 1-
after the boat had docked.
Supperwas 'seem willing to work. If more of i "Fall plowing, something the average 1I I
served and a most enjoyable par- j I(them will for and I ,
I turn out practice farmer never worries about, -
all. number of Girl
ty reported by A 'all those out now will stick, and the stimulates and improves the soil. The

Scouts held a meeting on board, that people in general will get behind the I Iland needs breaking in the fall and

day being the regular day for their I I team, there is no doubt in my mind winter, in order that organism therein .
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meeting. I|' 'I
I that we can make a winning team I may continue to thrive. Vegetable
Those who enjoyed the trip were: I i iMr 'IjR which will win than
team more H 'matter that has formed on top of the
*. Keros Johnson, of Jacksonville ,i iMr I ,
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majority of its games. ;isoil needs to be turned under, in 01''del' -
*. Brink of Clarence, Iowa '
Roy ; I
I All but one or two of the boys 'have that it may begin decaying; and
Mr. Clay Johnson, Captain and Mrs. -- '-

". I George Steffee, :Mary Melissa Hank- [Invade| up their.. studies and will be be converted into a form of plant I
1 food that can be taken by future
ins, Julia l.edbetter, Louise May, eligible; for play The rule of I the up
crept.!
Christine May, Virginia Harris, Sue athletic conference me plain un> the
i "However is advisable
I I it that same
Ledbetter, Inez Pugh, Jane Pugh, scholarship (Iue..t ion, and unle ClOpS be grown 0)1) the lanti l in win-> I
Beulah Phay, Ina Phay, Wilhelminn ,
player has passed! the required num- ter, in order that such plant food n
Carson, Elizabeth Steffee, Jean :I
Mary ber of studies preceding; the semesterin 'becomes available from the decay of

Steffee, Myrtle Van I Duzer, Janet which he wil"heto compete, and''I '
tumedunderegetable
Graves, Marion Graves, Mary Stanley is making passing! grades! he is in. matter mayAbe :
utilized and not permitted to leachor .
I
i I Mary Sanderson, Foster Hankins, eligible. There are other good points I''
drain from the soil. Plowing the
l Ralph May, Francis Goethe, Virgil in the training rules as laid down bv also
land makes
letting
it thus -
'' porous
I Goetha, Jack Tiner, Emory Tiner, Oliver the coach. Wednesday afternoon after "

Carson, Clay Steffee, GeOI'R'l'I practice he read the training rulesto air enter. Have Us Fill Your Ice ChestWith
I I i Such i is the advice of specialists of
i ) Steffee Arthur Fowler, und Frank the men on the field and two of
the Florida College of Agriculture! ,
I'I Kritz. them signed--them. They are looking;
i who have made extensive studiesalong 't
-_ toward the perfect condition of the
I BIRTHDAY SURPRISE I players, and involve not only abstinence these lines.The CLEAN, PURE ICE. It will more than save its cost and furnish
I !soil is ordinarily filledith
PARTY from candy, tobacco, drink! 1 minute organisms known as bacteria many extra comforts besides. Don't confuse ours with ordinary ice.
Dick Stanley was very much surprised - soft or otherwise but regular I
IIn I order for a soil to function to the wholesome and To it is follow
when on Saturday evening, he ,hours and clean living. The twenty I I I Our Ice is guaranteed germless. use to
best advantage! it is necessary for
was called home from a friend's who the rules and agreedto "
boys signed the motto: "SAFETY FIRST.
'these! bacteria to be well taken ca"e
house where he had gone to take sup live up to the present tiaimng'! ,
i,of. They thrive on decaying vegeta
per And found eight of his boyfriends rules and those which hereafterbe I'
I may isle matter. In working over the c-g- ICE FROM THE PUREST WATER PHONE US TODAY
gathered at his home to help .him celebrate 'i promulgated by the coach are: I -
It: '\table matter they convert it into a
his 13th birthday. After his i F. S. Ledbetter, David Brunson, Oren: WILL
SERVICE MAN CALL.
I ,:form that can be used by living plants
arrival home and evidencing much j Brown, Raymond Tyner, Emerson
I j
j I Bacteria need food and can functionto
I surprise: the boys played games and I|
Bul-lock a certain extent as well in winter
tricks on each other, and a merry !
I
I all in summer. Then the farmer should
time ensued. Before leaving, they J. G. Hankins, Clayton Yates, Leroy '
feed them both in winter and in sum-
were ushered into the dining room, t Fincher, Clyde Harris, John Sander-I| The New Ice Company
mer. This he can and should do by
where a birthday cake with candles :son, Richard Bandy, :McClure '
i plowing his land and turning into i it
was found on the dining table. Much Daniel Minx, Don Oliver, LUPfer'j'
the remains of and and
fun was had iln the cutting of the cake, fer, and Russell Edwards. crops grasses

and Miss Hilda Katz was the fortunate I Coach Bowen is going after a win- I'summer.weeds that grew thereon during the Quality--Quantity--Service. Phone 124

one to win the dime. Ice cream i
were I', rang team in regular varsity style i I i It is advisable, then, that some
and cake served, and after showering -
Beside laying down stringent train- (,plants that will grow during winterbe
him with lovely and useful gifts ,, ing rules he is spending much of each
;': planted on the land, in order to
and many good wishes, the crowd
day in conditioning his men. Playing
i take up and use and save for future
composing) the party left. : ,
i leap frog and running around the j i crops the plant food that becomes .::: = := =- = := ;: :;-u '
Those in this affair
participating track is not so interesting, either to available from the action of the bac-
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Soaking cabbage seed for 30 min KISSIMMEE'SCHOOLSARE
were: Carl Ledbetter, Franklin Edwards -
Russell Swain Lee I the boys or to him, as scrimmage teria. The soil must be kept at work, utes in a 1-to-1000 solution of corro- 4 0 BADLY CROWDED
Harry
.practice, but they all realize that the if best results are to be expected. themin RURAL COMMON SENSE *
sivesublimate and then washing
Swain, Bennett O'Bannon, Ralph May, strength and the success of the team I the land in winter < By Spud Johnson 4 (Continues from Pace' ono
Foster Hankins Doreathea Belle and I CropsgTO'Wn on five or six washings of clean water of the
depends condition well I II 4. one eighth:grades, has not yet
on, :a* as practical have another advantage This'Is'insupplying *
Hilda Kate. assurance of lack of accident's.! will prevent! black-rot and b'lack-Ug. 00040400444400000,04We returned to her chool, having been
grazing to livestock
I' Some of the boys like ''I green '' : detained at Sneads: Florida, by the :
were puffing 'at, a time of year when it i is hardest GUS TOTEK FINEDIN .
CARy OF THANKS 'I porpoises when they finished their',to have and most needed. ,.' COUNTY 'COURT had a' mighty interesting!' argument illness of her mother. She is expectled '

marathon after practice, but a noticeable down to the store the other Saturday back in two or three weeks,'during
I We wish to thank our friends I Continued from Par Ono which her class I II being taught by.,
many is ,
improvement already I the about
appar- Sergeant Frederick Dickman, fo Tuesday morning. At that\ was telling boys
"who were so kind .to us during the ent. The coach i is instructing themin of the 38th lost appearance (I how foolish to after Mrs. D. B. aver.
merly Infantry, who time S. L. Lupfer, Jr., H. C. Stan- we are go on year -
illness and death of our beloved wife, the fine points of getting started, I his right arm during the second hattie ford and J. L. Beaman qualifiedas year letting the rains of fall and The enrollment on the opening day

aunt and daughter, and for the many falling on the ball, and similar indi- 'I I of the Marne, was raised a Master session were disposedof winter wash our lands and take out was 631 pupils in the grades and 111

beautiful floral offerings.J. vidual technical tactics, preparatoryto Mason in Stuyvesant Lodge, New the jurors. Tuesday's the State the plant food.Si in the high school, surpassing all pre
of against Floyd
cases
II. BEST. I scrimmage practice next week. (York City, recently. At the close of White and Willie Simmons, cutting Smith led the argument againstme vious records for the opening of the

I MRS. M. A. HARRISON. Cutting dummy, !sand! pit, and bucking the ceremony the newly made Masterwas head off hog before being dressed, in but I think most of the farmer term.

LOUIS REBECCAH McCULLOUGH. "boards are being installed and the presented with a life memb I"I which a jury found them guilty and finally agreed I with me. Of course, Si Save plenty of hay right now in tall,
DURHAM.
outlook l is for better equipment and .
I I ship.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII the court fined each $100 and costs or would argue against cover crops, cat- and there wil! not be the same necessity

I" --- -- - sixty days in jail. The case of the tle clipping, stump pulling, spraying!' to pull fodder next summer


I. Dill"11"11I11111I""" "111I11"11I11"1"" """IU Iii 111111"""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL",, "" " ,, the fishing State illness against, was of continued A.defendant's S. Morns on wife.,account for illegal Case of or movfni'nt any influence.My other"But. progressive he seems and to he modern losinghis |i' I>"IA1IOST PLAY iS FOR!MAY THE LEGION



i of George McLean, false promises, : county agent !gave me some | American en who a'tmd i

I. == = resulted in quashing or the informa- (.I pretty good ideas along this line several ;the national convention at San Frl4nI -

-= = tion and dismissal of the defendant, years ago, and I've found that by Cisco, October 15 to 19, may b? repaid -

-== =-= on motion of the attorney for the defense practunig them my fields have kept I. for missing the world championship / -

-= =- ; E. P. Martin, charged with improving And I don't have anymore base ball series, if Baseball Commissioner

i -- i concealing liened property and obstructing !' gullies! wherever the land is a Landis gives his approval

lien holder, was not presentin ]little rolling. And there's not a ter- to a plan for a "barnstorming" ga">ie.

The Bank With '' The Seed court when his. caGe was called, ,Irace on the place. I The Golden Gate city gives conven-
and the court ordered his bond I
es I I Average Florida land is not hilly tion committee hopes to arrange an

the treated and issued an alais capias 'exhibition between the PacificCoirat
= enough to require terracing, but it is game!:
=-= for his arrest. In the civil case of handy i l enough that you got to be care League/ pennant winners, anl] i

=- Ability = the Saint Cloud Tribune against IM. ful or much of the plant food in the I I teanTof the major league stars, i'l

== I =-= V. Boyer and L. B. Roberts, the jury I soil will wash or leach out. We fertilize ',legion members, who are residents of
= and found for the plaintiff and assessed
-- =- the land i and turn crops of grass the convention city.

1 = Willingness -= damages at $55.76 as principal and etc, into it. In winter most of us The appearance of such stars \s

__ PENNIES $8.48 interest, and costs. I farmers lose that plant food and wonder Willie Kamn. "Dutch" Ruether Jim-
are the Seeds from which
==
grow On Wednesday, II. B. Carpenterwas
::::::= to ServeDEPOSITS. .. == next summer what makes our mie O'Connell, Sam Bohne, tarry

4 = Dollars. A good farmer will not grind his = not present to answer two charges land poorer than it was. Heilman, Louie Fonseca, Jimmie Cav-
for reckless and
one driving one fend
and other
batting, fielding
As I understand it, the explanationis aney

INSURED seed corn ; nor a thrifty person waste his for operating, and an his automobile bond was forfeited.The while intoxicated -. simple. You got to have plantsgrowing pitching marvels who live in visitors Califoniia no-

will legion !
on the land in fall and win- recompense
pennies. F. C. Bryan case against Martin doubt, who miss "Babe" Ruth and!
ter to take and that
== Stokes, for damages, which had been up use plant food Frankie Frisch.If .
which is available
which
c-\fi postponed from previous terms of available then. or becomes Judge Landis gives his approval

Y = Build up your Bank Account here with the court finally came to trial and the I to the contest it will be staged n
in for the' Grow plants on the land during \
verdict
jury brought a the opening dayt of the convention.The .
)t( plaintiff, assessing damages at $62.88 these seasons; they take up and use
r same care a good farmer cultivates his Pacific Coast League is one of the'
and costs. Johnston and Garrett, at- that plant food, thus preventing its has ho 1- fastest in the country, and a
i = for the defense noticeof escape in the water which soaks
crops. = torneys gave of
i == of ball players in the ball-yards
a motion for a new trial. Kribbs through the earth. Next spring these world serial
major league cities. The
and Steed represented the plaintiff.The plants! can be turned back into the
the
=== === Is expected to extend< over into
of James Bullard recruiting soil, thus placing there that plant food
cases legion w;11
week that the convention ,
: labor, and J- W. Long and, Tom- which would have leached out. be held but If the'committee gets th*

mie, Jemlgari, selling fresh meat with- Such winter cover crops are good sanction Judas
for the from
t )iT'r: .1' Bank of Osceola out,Inspection,of'hides; were continued. for more than this one purpose. They Landis, the convention game visitor wifl;

County I That against C. J. Rothrock, for furnish grazing for cattle, hogs and lee a contest with an equal number '

: operating .a ,trailer without a license, horses during the winter months of thrill ''

was nolle! pressed, and a motion to when there is so little green stuff for "'

** v u.,. '" quash]\'.the information against WalterS stock. Oats, rye and rape are excellent > Balanced} ration for ,feeding- their!

,i f I J> ===- .f'j 'bloats. 9> At _M. :to 3"' .t,1,. :M._ .= mon, operating a car;,for' hire with cover crop. I'm going to have livestock' satlsfactorily and, era;

I tj out: .proper license. *wa> denied. iAl- my land all ready-plowed and settled nomically were figured with ,the ear,

.. t,+ beEt ';'jWilllaroi, aggravated assault,I -and plant oats and rape in November slstance 'of agricultural extension

; was allowed I to change his plea from .. It's time to begin thinking! workers, by"more ttian"88,000 farm*".


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