Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 21, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01134
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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CITY PLANNING MORE FAREWELL RECEPTION. LOCAL MEN B. AND P.'W. CLUB -

: GIVEN TO' DR., SUTTON BUY BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY 'P WENT TQ PARADISEInvited PACKINGHOUSE GETSTHENEWEQUIPMENT-

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ECONOMICAL ,PLANTCost Large Citizens Crowd Gathered Of Baptists Tuesday And Night Other AND-MAKE IT STRICTLY HOME ITSTITUTION 1I..bantLt And Friends Or

Both And I
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Journeyed To Island
To Bid Farewell :To Minister _
Of Needed Repairs At Entire Ownership And Control of Popular Bank Vested For Moonlight SupperGamesA New Double Duty Dryer ; ,

Light Plant May Be Saved First With Baptist the main church auditorium crowded of Tues the .In Local Directors Who Will Retain The "Deposits few husbands, iome would-be And Additional Coloring I

By S.elf-Paying SystemWith day night, and the balcony accommo- Insured" Features, And Build Up This Community definite husbands,matrimonial.and others upon information whom no is Room NowfleltigAddedA < dating
many more people, friends of
view of saving an expendi. -- available, had a good, time 'Tuesday
a Dr.
J. A. Sutton .
met to bid him farewell
ture of something: in the neighbor. and wish him Osceola county ownership and Os. mee he has made many personal and night as guests of the' Business and new double duty Skinner natural :
hood of ten thousand dollars for a new erous speakers, both Godspeed.members of Num his ceola county: control of one of the. business friends. Professional Women's Club, at a boat air dryer, a new coloring .roOm;'' hall ,
boiler at the light plant, and saving former congregation, and from other long established Osceola county Institutions These officers, together with Marvin ride, picnic' supper, and moonlight a new sizer, changes;which,will brine '
seventy-five percent fuel cost, the city churches and civic became a fact last Saturday M. Miller, Dr. T. M. Rivers, and games on Paradise Island. As usual another cooling room to capacity ,:1"
organizations paid
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commissioners have been for some ''tribute to the night when local business men George T. Sigler, constitute the new with pleasure outings of the club, limit ;
friendship and \ large Increase
helpfulness '
studying the advisability and and financiers purchased the entire directorate. Mr. Miller has been a there were numerous amusing situations In"'platfornt
time planning on methods, of installing: an I two given of by his Dr. Sutton during the holdings of the Bank of Osceola Coun life long resident of Osceola county and various .rumors. Most of 'space, a seven carload e.paelty.tor-:
internal combustion system to replace tlst years church. pastorate at the DapI ty from Messrs. C. H. Brown and N. his chief interests having been in these arose from the fact that, at age room, 1500 new field boxe.;.and
that now in use. They are faced with ,program of speakers Interspersed witn: the A. Perry, of Tampa. The news quickly naval stores and cattle. Dr. Rivers their last meeting, the members voted a new roof over'part' of the packinghouse :1
of installing new were rendered spread over the city that local Is known to every citizen of Osceola to( Invite husbands of the members, .
a
necessity musical and constitute the preparations
the I vocal selections of
a read will be used for needs '
money local both 'friends
is county, through his professional or In case no life sentenceshad
if the present system -
boiler! reInvestigation ing apropos, and refreshments of ice and a practical unanimity of opinion career and as a former president of been passed. But they didn't say the Kissimmee Citrus Growers.Ass-...
taine!!. of the city manager I conclusion cream and cake of the were served at the favorable to the new directorate was the bank to which he now returns. definitely enough who was to invite elation for the biggest "crop:;In its ,1
the commissioners has convinced church, program. The evidenced.The Mr. Sigler has for many years lived whose husbands I history. The Increase In production
and
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gentlemen that the newer and was beautifuly decorated with personnel of this new directorate in Kissimmee, being connected with Those who attended the affair say this year will be about thirty .
these! jantigonon and begonjaac is one to inspire confidence, all of the Everglade that percent :
Cypress Company, and one prominent ex-official of the
more up to date system will not only I Following prayer offered by E. S. them over' last, according to'Man.ger '
well
of this being and favorably known having had. a large and successful club invited another member's hus '
nave the necessity installing Hall. Misses Ruth Herzberg and Helen Kissimmee who have the inter- Harry C. Piano.
thousand dolfrir' boiler but men, banking experience in Virginia before band and that she then so contrived
now ten for itself in three Chapman" sang "The Savior of ests of their home city foremost, and he made Florida his home. Messrs. matters as to have the husband's bet The new dryer Is .forty feet long 1
will also pay year Love, accompanied by Miss Elizabeth who will make their bank of service B. G. Smith half '
ter
and not
of fuel. This estimate Stratton Story-- only drive him to the and the fruit will make twe trips :
on the saving' I Wai ing. Attorney Milton Pled to Osceola county in developing its gether with the bank clerks in the institution dock but also furnish the eats for (
several records through it the I
fruit eighty
giving
basi-d year's
Is upon made address in which he an
ger an emphasized own great natural resources in every will be retained as hereto- both the inviter and the invitee. Retribution '
find knowledge of the load carried allowing his admiration for the relationship foot drying passage, with cool natur.
manner compatible with sound banking came, however, when another .
for Increase. It would, accord. of the departing pastor with principles.J. fore.The Bank of Osceola county will prominent official of the club left al temperature air, Instead of the .. .
in); to the commissioners in the, mean an his God, and spoke words of regret at Wade Tucker, president of the retain its present name, location, and the original inviter minus her invitee thirty-five foot passage in the heat
entirely new plant, under generating which his leaving concluding his remarks new Bank of Osceola County, has charter and will continue as a mem- by coming home with him herself.Ah ed air dryer of former Not
neition, at the same cost vjith the statement: "I claim the privilege been a resident of Osceola county for ber Of the banking system featuring well! years.
the rjty has been operating beside of saying these things becauseDr. sixteen years and needs no introduction. "deposits insured,' although the entire The party left the municipal dock only will this method tend to be better -
"a.jng the new boiler cost. It would Sutton is my friend." He is vice-president and gen- ownership and control is by the I shortly after seven o'clock Tuesday for .the fruit, but it will .be an
ultimately, after the plant has paid U. J. Ljrrows, secretary of the eral manager of the Everglade Cypress local men who become the officers and night in Captain George Steffee's boat economy, as it will do away with the
for itself, in all probability mean a I,Chamber of Commerce, spoke briefly Company and I is intensely interested directorate. This local control and and on a barge towed by the former. furnace and contingent fuel cost. The
rciuItiOfl, in rates.MayorCommlfisinoor. i in appreciation of Dr. Button's atti- in the agricultural develop ownership should prove of great ben- Seats had been loaned by the city. air is circulated by a forty-eight, foot '
: A. S. Gilbert tude toward and participation in, civ- ment of the county. lie is a strong efit to Kissmimee and Osceola county from the pleasure pier, and: the bargewas fan of
nrnmissioner H. M. Katz and City ic affair", Howard Hall, representing advocate of the tile drainage pro- judging from the statements of well equipped for the trip as 600 revolutions, operated by a .
Manager! Doughten last week madean the young people of the church, laid gram now being carried on locally, President Tucker and Cashier Fenn. w..ll as the supper hour, a bountiful five horse power motor.
investigation of intornal combustion stress upon the personal inspirationand and with his well known aversion to These gentlemen said Saturday night: repast of fried chicken, salads, sand- The new coloring room will take
t plants at Fort Meade and Hamea heln Dr. Sutton had been to "foreign loans" brings assurance to I "No foreign loans will be made by wiches, iced tea, cake, and other eat- care of two car loads, of fruit more,
( ,il\ and later Mr. Katz inspected the them. J. M. Willson dwelt upon the. the grower and confidence to the business this bank as long as good local loans ables being served on the barge whenit and a half length sizer '
Winter\ Garden plant in company with pastor's profound knowledge of the man.GeorJle are in demand. The policy of this was docked at Paradise Island. One :will permit /,
.1 ( Buckets of the Kissimmee light Bible and his excellence as an exponent : W. Persons. owner of the I bank will continue along the same well known connoisseur of eating at least seven more packers' tO'oprate i
,,''ant. The farther they investigate of its truths. Dollar Limit Store and a chain of I liberal lines for the interests of this fried chicken if such gastronomic increasing the output at least a 4
tin. more enthusiastic they are for Dr.V.. H. Dresch pastor! of the stores throughout Central Florida, is locality, with the idea predominant of pleasure may properly be called an carload per day. A false ceiling has
tin1typo of plant. 'Firxt Presbyterian church, was call- the vice-president. j service to the community in every art-Is reported to have hollered been added to one of the pre-coollng,
The commission has under consideration ed upon for an address. lie spoke I L. E. Kenn is the new cashier. He I way consistent with proper banking "nuff" for the first time in his life after rooms which 'I
I will its
offers of various firms handling from the of and bring capacityup
standpoint a pastor, is a successful banker of twenty methods. disposing of several flocks cf the
these engines and have had several brought} home the fact that while years' experience, twelve of them ns General comment among businessmen fried delicacy, to the others In point.,of.time for .
meetings with their representatives words of appreciation meant much to cashier and vice-president of a Geor- during the past week has been After ,the supper was finished those pre-coollng, increasing the .aue'! ,ct' ..
Tuesday night Mr. Murphy of a minister. the co-operation his congregation gia bank seven as state bank exam- one of extreme optimism the combination who were able to so indulge played the pre-coolipg.plant which ,Jest year ,4
I' Fairbanks-Morse people was in rendered him was in realitythe iner and more recently, until his of local control by strong frames on the grounds at Ca tam and brought Kissimmee*' frult\ "to. the '\
Ki!.Bimmee, following up a previous most appreciated testimonial! coming to a local bank last June, he business characters, and the "deposits Mrs. Meiklcfon's home, while others front ; : ,
Miit, and they also discussed the matter Hong with the continuation of the has been connected with the Orlando insured" features making one of the revelled in Terpsichorean pastime inside rank. There are,',according .to. 1'1
with Messrs. Davidson, of New things which he had helped to build. Bank and Trust Company. Duringhis strongest banking institutions in this the house. There seemed to be a Manager Piano, si* prencodling. plants.

Orleans, and Toomer of Jacksonville, Howard Hall presented Dr. Sutton .. four. \ ,months' residence in Kissim- section of Florida.JAPANESE. disagreement as to just what; the now under construction. "t in ,F-Urida-; '
who represent' the ,-ultou-Di.... with a purs.of money as 'a farewell -r-t -> \-. -*j"A. *? !!' 3 7- | games played were, some insisting following, the identical Jjjse J' !....j.4If the '
Company.! Th. De I la.Verne people gift,. ,and the minister respoiwUd Ina that the club women and their friends' KUsfmmfte iU. '
based
have had,* representative in Klssimmrf .speech"'of thanks fo..thl.'and the thossiNbs1HEGOqDS1T had played "Post Office," but the majority ',pantan4 I .upon, !
( successful operatlonl in-
as wall" I 1 many:' friendly rema1'b1'made durtnfi [ : FUND IS of the testimony seems ;to'ci' n.'I :" .
The commissioners are pretty well J i the evening, as well as the co-iopera- tablish th*.'fact.. .that it wa."N.w clad" > $(;be one t,Win.\eio.N.n."h1eh,
convinced of the necessity for the Jtlon he had 'been given while to thf-i York," If you know what that Is. is Jast'abort* finished'andthose, ;; at
change'but. have,,not yet decided upon (church, .ia. his characteristic >witty ; MADE STILL A. BIT SHORT Anyhow. regardless of. the nomencla. Cocoa, Oak Hill, and Port'Piercar .
what plant$ they will u.e.the. \ details -I manner illustrated with extracts from : ture thereof1 ,everybody is reported as The platform: Is being'enlarged. '-
of various" methods of financing his fund'of storj... H. mentioned Mi r ., ,. ..,. _ ghty good /time. One of (Continued by. '
must be worked out. new work in Orlando, where ,he is Kisaimmee Forward Kissimmee's the participants is said to have fallen on Pag.P1v: ii,' ")'<
Of Quota
Women .
Easily
now pastor of the North ,Park Baptist : headlong during, the course of the '
MORE KISSIMNEEANS church. The formal part of. the Sweaters, Etc., For Subscribed But Has Not lame and is reported as having! had BANDPLAYI3RbKE ALLATTENDANCERECORDS

OFF' FOR .COLLEGE .S.program. Nelson closed'with. ,a prayer',, 'by A. Rehabilitation Patients I Yet AM.Been Paid In a The ripping. members good time.who" the ,

., One of the most interesting parts I .. moon-light evening' entoyed'crib.
Four Mor. Departures For Collf of the program came informally, during The' Kissimmee chapter of the ,. When the local chapter 'of the ed as' "wonderful .' were Mesdames "Sweetest Girl 'In: Dixie"" Played.'Te ,

And ,University Increase Total the course of the refreshments.Dr. American Red Cross, through the American Red Cross learned what S. H. Bullock, Bob Bullock,. M. V. Biggest Audience Of Three'
chairman of the volunteer service department amount the, national organizationwould Lillian Deyoreo Gard- '
W. C. Norton, of the First Methodist Boyer, I George
Number From Kissimmee To 30 church who-had been detainedby Mrs. Howard Anderson, like to have from Kissimmeefor ner Gladys Graham; George Steffee, ,Amateur. Dramas .;This. Year ,

a church meeting of his own, was yesterday forwarded to the southern Japanese relief, the people responded W. t;. Sanderson, Rodney Snyder, VJ. .
Last week The Gazette crowed a not present to respond when his name headquarters at Atlanta, ten sweaters readily, and quickly subscribed D. Woodbeck and Misses Kathleen The Kissimmee Concert'Banddramatic -
little over the fact that twenty-six: I was called. He spoke Informally: and twenty pairs of pajamas which I the amount. Most of those who I Beardeh, Violet Bullock, Winifred : players netted something ever ,
young people from Kissimmee had ,while eating ice cream, and he and Kissimmee girls and women had made pledged money have !paid their sub Denning, Irma Holzman, Percie Oliver a hundred doUars at their play Tuesday .;
lOne away to college this year, or (Dr. Dresch engaged in some humerons for the ex-solders in the rehabilitation -i scriptions but a few have let the I Rhea Pherigo, Helen Sawyer night. It was the third amateur .;
were soon to go. Since that writingfour repartee. Dr. Norton laid especial hospitals. This phase of the I J matter slip their minds. The chapter : Virginia Smith, Frances Tress and E. play put on in Kissimmee this year ,
more have gone bringing the i stress on his friendship for Dr. Sut- work being done by the local chapter has forwarded the amojnt tuhirr'btd' L. Wenner. The lucky guests were by William Triplett, director, and it 'J
total from this city, most of whomare ,ton, which he characterized as a regular was inaugurated a'ear fttto when I in order that this city's donation I Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Mrs. Louise Ver- found itself playing to the largest '
graduates from Osceola High "David and Jonathan" sort, and Miss Marion Crawford, field agent might be in time for tsUtancp, but ron, Mr. and Mrs. Dick* Bullock, Mr. house of the three. The play was .
a Sihool up to thirty. {expressed his pleasure that the new for the American Red Cross was in would like to have all subscriptions I and Mrs MjCarey, of South Carolina, well presented, full of good old southern "
Frank Bryan left Wednesday for pastorate of Dr. Sutton was not so I Kissimmee.. .. I paid as soon as possible to 'reimbursethe and Messrs. Bob Bullock. Lloyd Flem- sentiment, and profuse with com
his senior year at Georgia Tech. Don I i distant but that their pleasant friendship The goods were made according u> funds from which the additional I mine, George Gardner, W. S. Graham, edy. I' ..,:
aId S. McKay left Sunday for his sophomore might be maintained.i regulation patterns of the Red Cross. amount was advanced.The Howard Katz A. B. Matthews. Lee I Miss Margaret Stanford, playing ,,
year at the same institution. i i musical and literary program. Materials were cut by a committee j following people have paid MiLean, W. E. Sanderson, George the title roll, covered herself with ,\-J
MISH Johnnie Bronson left Tuesdayfor |in addition to the duet at the opening consisting of Mrs. Howard Anderson, their subscriptions to Howard M.Katj, StefToe, Tatum, of Georgia, and Combs glory as the southern miss who almost tJ
Bristol Virginia: to enter Sullin* ,I included piano solos l/y Misses department chairman, Mrs. N. C. Bryan treasurer of the local chapter ('ollpJle.: Miss"' Clara Tucker returned Luclle Griffin. Mary Louise Snod- and Mrs. DeWilton Alderman. Red Cross: $5.00: Henry Beelman, and two children, extended their hos- play. portrayed in good,"heavy" manner ...i
Monday to Ward-Belmont school at i grass, and Ethel Wilder, and vocal After being cut and made ready for Donald G. McKay, Judge T. M. Mur- pitality, grounds, and home to the by Walter Bass, but who finally !I..
Nashville. I solos by Misses Anne Squires, accompanied the women who had agreed to make phy, Mrs. Carolyn Murphy, Osceola party and were greatly appreciated found the course of true love running ) '.
Kissimmee is proud of its representation -: by Miss E. Waring and l MIPS the pajamas, they were distributedby Hardware, A. S. Reed; :\Ir'. Johanna lund enjoyed by members of. .:the party. smoother when the man of her choice ',1
in institutions of higher learnIng Waring accompanied by Mrs. A. D. Mrs. Lola C. Allen. The following!\ Ringle. $2.50: Judge: G. F. Kribbs returned. Albert Sutton, as the j
and therefore the list, as amend- Weeks. Mrs. J. E. Lupfer read "Life's ladies gave their time and workman- Katz Brothers.. $2.00: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mach returned to Kissimmee northern man who had won her af. J
..'I I by this week's departures, is printed .. Canvas," which she said she had read shin in- makine-.. the -oaiamas- for the R. M.- Arte-as. Bank of Osceola! County. Friday from a two months' trip to I factions, but almost lost her acquitted -, 7'
again. Here it is: I for the same people before, but which iicIa; suffering from tuberc::.j'.osis! troui Wm. R. Drummond J. P. Mark, Mer Denver Colorado, much improved in himself in his Usual creditable ."3;;
Florida State College for Women I she considered most appropriate for i bles as a result of tholtexperience I in chants and Farmers Bank, Dr. T. M. health. manner, and received a good "hand" "
lit Tallahassee, twelve as follows: 'the occasion, reading it with charm- the World war: Mesdames J. McPhat- Rivera C. F. Thackcr, Wenner end from the audience who, wrapped in -:
Mmscs Ada Louise Simpson, Lois Ov. ing appeal I ter. C. W. Goetha, J. A. Schweikart, Sawyer. $1.50: Mrs. W. I. Barber. the story of the play, welcomed his .;:
rstreet, Caroline Walker, Mattie Ord Bass. R, C. Peterson. G. F. $1.00: Dr Haynes Biinson F. C. Bryan MELBOURNE ROAD return to the southern mansion. Miss! .
Stanford, Margaret Lasley, Thelma I Brooks, Celeste J. Fripp Elizabeth Miss Lucy Buckels, T. L. Carter.T. Helen Bass displayed very good dra. .
Sutton Elizabeth Parker, Dorothy CHAMBER WILL HAVE Waring R. J. Denning. T. R. Mose- L. Comer A. J. Conrad, Dayson's matic talent in her portrayal of Miss "J
Miller, Emily Sanderson, and Helen ley, Joe! Yates E. L. Fennell. O. E. Cafe. A. R. Dennis L. J. Denning, B. OPENED MONDAYOcean Martin the spinster sister of Mat- :x
Ames. I Young, N. Stratton W. L. Paulk Mrs. B. Doughten, Friend Clark Howell. thew Martin, the commerciaPy mind. ,'!ted
University of Florida, at Gainesville POST CARD SUPPLY Brown, and Miss Nesbeth. Jennie Hutton. David Lander, S. Lat- and egotistic owner of the cotton .1
ten: Bryan Simpson. Murray The sweaters which were made by ta and wife, E, T. Marple Mary' O. mills and gave an excellent interpretation ;:
Overstreet, Vern Wilson, Henry L. !Mrs. Anderson's department were McClaln. R. G. Minick, G. W. Per to Gulf Highway Now of an unpopular role. > ;j

wards, Ad Gilbert Joe Sears, John Florida Postcard CampaignThis knitted by Misses Frances Tress, Edna sons J. Z. Roberson, Lawrence Tress I In Operation With Ferry Miss Lucy Lupfer drew the most
(;Irnljam, and three in the "Rat" department Baker Margaret Sigler Mary Miss Ethel Wilder, J. M. Willson. $.50 in her character J
Jack Simpson.. Louis Year From First Of Sanderson, Katherine Waring, Jean- L. V. Story. I Service For All CarsThe i bit, delineatfng a back woods womanI

Campbell, and Leonard Herrick. To The Sixth ette Griffin. Lucille Griffin Irene In I with a family of troubles and an eye rv
Georgia Tech, Atlanta, four: Frank October gram, Ethel Owen, and Mrs. G. W. Miss Lucy Bdckels Is spending her "ferry service" for automobiles to business masked-Sin a propensity .*"-
Bryan Ned Bullock, Donald McKay Best vacation in Orlando. across the Saint Johns river flats was for borrowing. She had the crowd in ;,
and Gordon Bullock. i The success of the Florida Post inaugurated again on Monday,' the laughter from her entry to her. final :t ;Jj l
Vanderbilt, Nashville, one: Gerald Card Campaign last year has led its BAPTIST MISSIONAY UNION LOCAL ICE COMPANY NOT distance being? considerably longer adieu combining an excellent; makeup >i
Rivers. Wesleyan, Macon, one: Miss 'sponsors to carry on a still more pre- QUITTING AS REPORTED than; that of former days before the with a mirth compelling drawL &
Kathryn McKay. Sullins College, tentious one this year. The secretary. MET TUESDAY? AFTERNOON big rains. The discharge point is now Mrs. Triplett, as.Aun'. Caroline the J*
Bristol one: Miss Johnnie Bronson. of the Florida State Realtors' Association -- about four miles east of the river, negro mammy who raised. Cain with t
Ward-Belmont, Nashville, one: Miss John L. Wallace offers a silver Mrs. Haynes Brinson was hostess Patrons of the Kissimmee Ice Company within a half mile from the Ocean To her spouse, only to defend him when l t\ r 1
Clara Tucker. loving cup to the city sending out to the W. M. U. of the Methodist : last Monday were led to believe Gulf Highway. This information anyone else assumed the right to .lpf
the greatest number of post cards. church at their regular monthly social that the local company had stopped came in a letter to U. J. Burrows, secretary "jump on him," gave a most finished '
FIRE RtTHMS WINDOWSAT H. Jones in chargeof delivering ice, according to reports which made her aud..
Last year the cup was won by Fort with Mrs. W. of the Chamber of Commerce. performance, <
MACH'S GARAGEFire Myers, and that city Is going out the program on Tuesday afternoonat which came to the officers of that Wednesday, and was In confirmation Lessee run the gamut of emotion fr* n 3
I' to repeat. Mrs. E. S. Hail's residence.At concern. Some regular customerswere of of Tuesday.C. near' tears as- she refused to leave ,
strong overlooked account of the a telegram *
on her "Miss to of.laughter \
Babby" gales
the close of an excellent program E. Melton, vice president and -
to
did f the campaign is having new drivers, the new
The
situations of
early Monday morning purpose and cake served company In the humorous ,
I ice cream were of the Union Cypress -
live hundred dollars wor h of damage reach as many people ,as possible and the ladies departed with the feelIng company having engaged their old general manager of Hopkins, stated in which she ia past master. ..AH'eon
Company,
attractive picture post cards drivers. The new men
to t. thewindow and gasolinepump of through had been experienced French was cast as the "no 'count "
the
that profitable meeting his letter account of condition
a that
MaA'a. saragrH: Thetank W being of Florida, wjth messages of invitation enjoyed. were not familiar with the routes and of the on roads the .longer car spouse of ''Aunt Caroline,:whose. tongue .
drained, and when--nearly empty the to visit the state. The local therefore passed up some regular present' he: feared and whose broom h.respected.t' .,.
.ystem.l. necessary-at
witch turned to atart'the Chamberof Commerce will have a patrons.It ferry fi\t,11':11 *'
was on
_
but the roads become i ;
the switch supply of'''these Beards on hand ,and V. F. VAN (TAJZER THANKS was reported that the former as soon as passable '
'pump. A park formed.lir the old unloading point wouldbe WHliam) Triplets again: gave,U Kisvsimmee
box fume1. 'Th will be clai.to haye the-citizens comein PEOPLE drivers were taking the new compa.fly's
which ignited the ; of THE KISSIMMEE resumed with a return to the former'scheduie audience a real pJeceof:professional -;
leave names
flames Boon' burst the glass containerat and use them or with the seers. I Ice to the old them company's the Klssimmee customers of fares. At present the acting as'the Southerp Colonel -
the top oithe.pumn and spread prospectivevialtore I, TVVari Duser, of Vandalia, Missouri and telling charge for-ferrying the tars Is' $2.00 portraying''-that character/witB: '
the delivered but this
flames In all dlrectonaVarious! kinds tary who will send. '.them cards. learnof company no longer Conviction. His third
was .very touch pleased to unfounded. for small, light ears and; 2.50 for the feelingand :
of chemitfal fire' extinguishers were I The'chimber Is'desfroos of''havta the surprise party given to his report was larger ones. When the road la opened production iKlssImoiee' this -year,'

used and the anfei Vere*soon"sub- m..1Id: : :apartments for"rent mother, Mrs. Frank J. Van'.puzer, on Mn. Edwin Pound, of Jacksonville, allowing the ,. shorter ,haul the the ."Sweetest Girl.Un. Dixie.* wa..,
due more occasion of her 78th birthday will le Si.00. . thought by to. -
lists. It beof assistance the arrived Monday night for two weeks charge ,many.. purpashsoth ,
: on. Its can!. September..fiftb. ,fgr**) visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Several ears have'.P.laed' through .ra.. ; ;A. ; -: -5
Robt. M. Angas Wt 2'u..dl\y.tnii'ht toW-: botkthe rsUpr| ;aJ) t rVermont,'Wh".h' thosfhaVIng.Oofl5Ifor ,nntwIU; tion/of pleasurewhich the gathering friends-in KIssIinjne.wU1b. glad to the probability U'' thak the road toMelbourne tenee with fancy dancing between acts
''Mrs. 'An gas rend! his .parents/for register: them,wJUi!! ,..Mn'\ Burrow* 'at afforded !". mother;' through kjnow; she ia fast/recovering/ from'her ; I1)'o" .bekept\ continueously.open. I_ : and William"8.4'got several encores. '

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O+C- OoH. twill be more' fat' men ..with shorter Either' fatten them for, the winter GIANT SEQUOIA DEDICATEDTO ,:"
O '* lives. market or else get them ,in shape to LATE PRESIDENT HARDING
-SAYS THE STATE: be marketed as fryers or broilers..The
O MARKETING BUREAU What has become of the oldfashioned young roosters should not be allowedto The American people rather pride Rubber Stampst

11 '..0o. man' who used to drive a 2:40.: trotter flock with the young pullets, and themselves upon being hard-headed,
i' ?' He is probably beating that" is sell practical, matter of fact, unsentimen t_ ."
'll the'\way to prevent this to. pen,
The automobile license tag Is issued time .in an automobile.. Ior caponize. Infertile eggs keep long tal. But there is one sentiment of are, prepared to take orders for any kind, \
which American is ashamed
no ever ;
'i for a particular machine in Florida -' be cold er than fertile ones and as a. rule will
When a hide or skin cannot I' a'' fervent and burning; patriotism. > of Rubber Stamps, Dates or Pads
and should stay on that machine bring a not inconsiderable higher
I it sometimespays
locally nt a good( price Wherefore 'it is that the dedication to
when It hand. 'The tag cannot I price on the market. I
changes
IPPPi to have it tanned\ :f! or to tan it the memory of the late President -
: lawfully bo transferred to another one's self\ for use in making harness, I I Reports show-that.about 750 mil- Harding, of the second largest' living 0 Kissimmee Valley GazetteKISSIMMEE ,!

ii machine. bags, garments, robes, rugs, and oth- i fion pounds of wool ,are used in this thing in all the world, a giant red-

j f Mrs. Ida Keeling Cresap, former editor er articles. Extension agents of. the I country each ,year, whereas the do- wood tree in Sequoia National Park, FLORIDATIRE
of the Marianna Times-Courier, isr l U., S. Dept. of Agriculture 'and of mestic wool clip of the United States by Col. John R. White, superintendent': .
now librarian of the Florida Agricultural the state agricultural colleges 'are endeavoring last year was about 260 million of that reservation, has brought tears' .
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Experiment Station; Gainesville. to aid l in the profitable pounds. This means that hundreds to more than one eye in 'official Wash- - --- =:-
P Her experience as editor and tenchcr utilization of the< hides of animals of millions of pounds of wool] must ington.

11 has acquainted her with the method( butchered on the farm. I bo imported every year. Joyce Kilmer, gentle poet, who gave

of handling and filing useful informa- -- mark his life for his country in Flanders Introduce Paul Rubber
By co-operation the farmer i I It is not generally known that theimportation
Distance and Clover Leaf I
in Field
tion and with what people want wrote:
eta his crops in an orderly manner. of citrus fruits and trees
give free extra heavy
libraries. "Poems are made by fools like me. you
:Neighbor joins neighbor. This was other kinds of fruits air
and many as tube, with regular or
But God
make
only can tree.
a
Co-operative associations will mar what the Great Teacher meant when well as sweet potatoes and yams, into And excepting only the General And, too, the price is less .
farm productsin he said: "Therefore, whatsoever y>' the United States is prohibited similar tire. This applies
ket considerably more Sherman
tree the President (Hardingtree
last it is would that men should do unto pHI, from) nearly all tropical countries above 30x3%.
1923 than they did year, is tile most beautiful example ofGod's
indicated in reports to the U. S. Dept do ye even so unto them. Cooperative owing to the existence in them of Let us fit vou up and
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handiwork in the world.It
is the Golden Rule of tire trouble. Our Autovuc
marketing diseases and in of Agriculture. While it is impossible dangerous
It means that each man seems peculiarly fitting that two your Ford from leaking oil
Agriculture.
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to estimate how much business for the 1922 cnnneJ men who gave their lives! for their money back.
I gets what is coming to him. .It paysto Japan year
will do the fact that associations -
new
they ,
I should be linked in this
I play fair. 272,000 cases of 4-dozen cans of sea- country way: R. E.
are being formed and old .. Kilmer humble .soldier in the A. E.
I (crabs of which more than half was' a LOCAL
I ones enlarged is ground for belief As "ftiany as iOO,000; bu-heln of cucumbers exported. Plenty of crabs in the seas F., whose delicate skill with word I Gazette'T"
that the amount of the year's crops (HAS. G. MEDLIN & :
I for pickles will be the iron around Florida. will live long after the woun"'s of war
., to be marketed co-operatively will exceed of ]1923 according to a forecast by the ,, __ I have healed and Harding, w'lose skill 11,1..d. Kl.. V..r7
all former figures. A big factorin U. S. Dept. 'of Agriculture. If this lection' for tanning hides! on th"j at understanding people drew. a nation -

i promoting co-operative marketingis ( production is realized it will l II" more farm are given in a new bulletin just i tojcetlu'r in closer .bonds. of unity t
the improvement made in credit than! twice that of last yearBy far published, by the U S. Dept' of Ag1' -1 and love.Kilmer. I Strained Eyes

I facilities recently extended by: IrOI \'. the chief producer i is :Michigan whitIthaA ('ultllrt'V8'hinj'ton.( P. C. and issued !loved I tines" so rmuh t that hi- I Quickly recover tbrlr strength
ernment banks. a forecast 2,579,000 bushel as! Farmers'' Bulletin 1334: lIom.Tanning' .- I wrote of them often OJof the i, with Ijfonardl'B Golden ,, ,.
Leather and l Small Fur Blood-shot, inflammation and I<
of
I The Florida Rescue Home for way- Tomatoes for canning are foierast at greatest trees in the world ill foreverto relieved without pain in one
ward girls, at Jacksonville, created ],:JIIIWO! ( !) tons, or more than the crop Skins. This bulletin was prepared inresponse be linked with the name of u much heals and strrortbena." Insist
1 J by the Volunteers of America is being of l.l.ii,350: :! tons last :year. Sweet to the thousands of requests loved patriot. Generations: yet unborn "Lronardi's.Cuurnnteed It or makes money strong
I given generous mention by the corn is another canning/. crop vsliiih received) from farmers: for information will revere the memory of him whose drU&llsu aell it.

I t, I press. The home i is in need of funds indicates large increased pioduction. that will enable them to make name in now given to the huge Sequoia -
to enlarge its work. For information The forecast of .K37.330: tons t eonipaie. use of the hides. produced on their and will quote| again from Kil-
farms and for which there is oftenno Subscribe For the Valley
I ) t address Mrs. Major L. A. Oiloni, P. with 483,480: tons in 1922.! mer: I
- market.\ Sometimes hides can "A tiee depicts divim-st plan -
O. Box 74, Jacksonville, Florida. California leads the in the
I country scarcely be given yet farmers "
J" iwnay But God I production of dried fruits, and i 90 percent .
I There are 22 farmers in congresscompared must pay from $1 to $1.50 a pound I I
to about 300 lawyers and of the raisins, 8& per cent of the for leather in small pieces. Under Upon the occasion! of the 125th:! an- , .
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i 200 business men. prone, 80 per cent of the peaches and such conditions! farmers naturallyfeel
---- apricots are marketed by co-opera- that they must either work I Ma-Sonic I
up I Institute for Boys of England
I Reports from 4,000 farmers in all the associations with profit. Before their new materials! or do without the Masons in Great. Britain contributed i' J,. VDT. "Thornp on::
parts of the country to the U. S. Dept organization under the policy of "ev finished leather.
n sum in excess 'of $400,000 ,
I of Agriculture show that on the average ery man for himself" there was no --
I for this famous benevolence.
: in 1922 it cost 6Bc per bushel to money in the business. These associations The state hotel commissioner has Store uJ CloG,..' Licensed Funeral Director

I produce their corn, $1.23 per bushel advertise their products and drawn up a new code covering 50(
Oh. You Meter- -0"A 5/ftc.r., 5>mp f Aeft.. Srt. It R..". +"
to produce wheat, and 53c per bushel despite the cry of over production different i ideas in connection with
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There is meter in A...... All P.er.
poetry.There Sh."Grf
to produce oats. The cost figures in- the demand for raisins alone advanced building. regulations for hotels restaurants -
is meter in tone; Kin ,.,,.,.. High Cull AnLolaice Service it Call
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I elude charges for the labor of the operator from a few thousand tone to hun boarding houses, etc.
But the best meter of allIs
and his family and for use o' dreds of thousands of tons. j I Office: Z4t PHONES Residence: TS
I The statistics of the country to meter aione.-Exchange.
the land. Where the price receive: soap j
It is said that co-op(>ratin' associations show that the American expense for !
for the product was less than cost, .
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marketed over a billion dollars cleanliness runs to about $300,000,000for
either the farmer did not receive" going -
wages for hit time or he did not worth of farm products in 1922. This two billion pounds consumed by

receive for the use of his land an signalizes the application of business 25 million families. Florida's 220,107 --'LT _
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,, amount equal to the cash rental value methods to farm marketing und the families used approximately 17608. _
substitution of merchandising for the f>60 pounds of soap for washing last V
reported, it is pointed out. It is ap-
parent the farmer not getting what dumping that has characterized farm year, upending for this $2,201,070 and .
is. coming to him. marketing since food products first consuming 80 pounds of soap per
entered the channels of trade. family for the year 1922. The Old Reliable Kerosene
Rr. R W. Ruprecht chemist of the (!!
Florida experiment station says It is not unusual for a farmer while At the next general election an

"There is no danger from making still active to decide to spend the amendment, to the Florida constitu-

acid solids by using acid phosphate." remainder of his life, in town. In most tion will be voted upon to prohibitthe

q Since milk and'' cream in the var- cases it does not turn'out happily. ,, levy of any income or inheritance
ious forma in which they are used It Is a difficult matter for a man who ,{; taxes for the next 25 years. Concern-: FIRE PROOFTRADE

make. vp about one-sixth by: weight has 'spent his lifetime on a faun to ing this the New Haven (Conn.) RegIster .

I :(',', .f., I of all the food eaten by the average stop abruptly and take up a programof says: "If the people of Florida
American family, the Farmer's Bulletin leisure in a village or city.. Environment |I are acute enough to adopt the pro '" '
Milk and Its Uses in the Home, plays such a big part in posed amendment it will mean that ( MARK REGISTERED)

No. 1359, recently revised should the life of a farmer that so radicala their state will be deluged with capi-
provide many useful suggestions to change seems to bring ill effects. IIn |I tal. Corporations will eagerly transfer -

nearly all housewives. It contains in- town he is jostled by the crowd I their charters thither men of Best for

, f formation on the composition andI' and life is different from the quiet, I).' wealth from all over will take up

;'! food value of milk, the effect of cooking serenity and peace of (the country I', their legal residence there and riversof
home pasturization the use cf with its elbow room. It seldom works I money will flow into Florida In- ,
skim milky condensed or evaporate out best to transplant a hardy plant vestments. It will mean boom times II I

j t j milk, dried milk or milk powder, and from the hillside to the greenhouseand for Florida: It i ill impossible to foster .
various other dairy products. Several the same law of nature seems to wealth and to penalize it at the :

pages are devoted to the preparation often hold true when a farmer who same time. The fondness of many ,
of different dishes in which milkis hall spent many years in the service legislatures to pile up income and inheritance .

commonly used. It is sent free by of agriculture attempts to transplant I taxes leads first to the
the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Wash lisii self to the environment of a town. t iI shackling of prosperity and then to 'I

ington, D. C. I its banishment.
The United States census reports j \

1 ',' The new battleship Colorado just ,I 428,000,000 chickens in our country, AMERICANIZATION: LECTURES .
y added to the navy is a 33,000 ton ship and they furnish eggs for home use PREPARED FOR AMERICANS'

armed with eight 16-inch guns, arH lard 500,000,000 for export, offset byhe
cost 27000000. It i it operated bv importation of 3,000,000 from That native born and bred American, LIGHT'l
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I tlectricty. To deal with airplanes China and other countries. Logically I as well as foreigners who become naturalized -

guns capable of shooting two miles our exports should be 200,000,000. may need instruction in the

in the air are provided. The steel t principles and practice of their own
armour is 12 Inches thick. The crew The U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry government is recognized by the Na-
includes 1470 men. The $27,000,000 gives the following estimate of tional Civic Federation which is ,

invested in this ship would build a the average; meat consumption per planning a series of lectures to be sent >

good many school houses. How many, person for the year 1922. Beef, 61.4 to co-operating organizations and so- ,
do you think? pounds; veal 7.3; mutton and lamb, cieties to inform the public on political -
5, and pork 76 pounds; total 149.7 and economic issues. :
COOKING ,
J. C. Lanier, probation officer of rounds. The total consumption of The work will place material before

i the Jacksonville juvenile court, is in i meat was over sixteen and one-third the people through organizations will-

I a campaign, enforce the law against billion pounds. ing to lend themselves to this under-
; the sale of cigarettes to children. The taking, such as women's dubs D. A.
boy under age who smokes cigarettesand I According to the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture R. chapters, American Legion posts

the dealer who sells them to the the number of horses on the patriotic societies, fraternal orders,

boy are both law-breakers. It is estimated farms show a decrease of 203,000 in church and lodge clubs, teachers' associations -

that 16 billfon cigarettes were 923, compared with the number on and lab agricultural,

-made in this country in 1922, and sold farms in 1922. Cows show an increase commercial, and /,4>ankers' organiza-

' for a sum well up to $200,000,000. This of 347,000 other cattle 373- tions. Facts, statistics, and lectures

f .1 ,is more than the value of all the 000, sheep 882,000, swine 5,590,000over written by specialists will be furnished .
dimes, nickles and cents coined by 1922. The decrease in horse them. I

the government since its organization. values is 29000000. Increase in The program includes the following .

One danger with cigarettes is the cow values $88,000,000; sheep, $105- subjects: "Trusts," "Socialism of POWER

j t t.' habit of drawing the smoke into the 000,000; swine. 144000000. From Basic Industries," "Government Reg-
l lung, besides lighted ones thrckvr 914 to 1923 horses in the United ulation," "The Co-operative Movement ...

,' [ carelessly away causes many fires. States decreased in number 2,000,000; ," "Writs of Injunction in Labor ,

A .. swine, increased 4,500,000, and cattle Disputes," "'Socialism and Bolshevism For Sale by Reliable Dealers-Ask ft Name
\ It Is generally admitted that fat increased 10,000,000. These figures ," "Free Speech and Free Assem- by
if a dangerous disease and is becoming
relate entirely to animals on the "
and Naturalization
bly, "Immigration -
( ; r epidemic throughout the cc.untry..t farms. The, census of 1920 shows' "Industrial Arbitration and '

.t. This complaint is due in large measure "horses not on farms" to number 105,000. ,- "Party, vs. Group Govenw.f FIRE PROOF 'J
to overeating and lack of :
exer. as against 3182.000 In 1910,
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j 1, !'else. Walking has pretty well gone a i decrease of 46 per cent. Motor ye- Prince Shrimant Sampatro, the ,..

p i t Out of fashion, because the automobile hides increased from 1,711,839 In. l Caikwgar of Baroda India one of the STANDARD OIL COMPANY '
,; ; ;Yi hal! ;displaced: it. In jhe ciUes when 1914 to 12,245 in 1923. most powerful ruler of India, and ,

those :who cant afford an automobile one of the wealthiest men in theworld .INCORPORATED .. ;
g s! ,age ih-'street'cam. formerly most Experts say,::;that ,poultry. _men 4 ii.an enthusiastic 'Mason. I ;, .
1 ya, Yolks dted to tad'trons work and should ,not7allow\ the voting.rooster* ..j; -"''',;.. ,!>- ... -

were all the bette,*'for,it." The, num.' to ,,}remain; with the pullet v >. .As..(soon ;r Wellington,. ;New; .{eland, |Js erect- ,
;.'t. ''I .fcer': ofautoif 'jjUci,('Iv fast'Increasing,. ... ,you:'$n ''detect.thedifference. ;_ it'i Ing'-Masonic Tempi. to coat $100-. e
't '.nd:mor. > pl.'W1J."dd..D4;' them( better, 'to*.'jxen_ ')h.'' 7o.. tiC'"''I'Oolt.n. 000.,:' -/ -.. v '
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; FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL chial han to'be erected by Church of NATION-W1DE SCOUTMEMIRIAh

" REVIEW Assumption.Fort TO HARDINGOne

Myers-Work on. new bridge AGRICULTURAL POINTERS
!I"' Sebrini?-Citrus, Growers Aisocla- over Calocshatcheeriver progressing of the' jroup of men who rodeon BASS ,CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

: ,tion begin work on 4-room coloring' rapidly the'funeral train of the late President .' ; '"

y'' plant with capacity: 'of 3,500 boxes. Live Oak- i-Several carloads of to. Ilarding from ,San Francisco to J. H, UUNN, COUNTY, ; AGENT. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS

Sarasota' -Remodeling. ? of Sarasota bacco shipped 'from this point( brings Washington, Joe Mitchell Chappie Don't get discouraged because your WOOD BRICK; STONE '
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theater under way., pod"pricese noted writer, was so moved by the soil Is too wet to plant just now ,

West Palm ,Beach New high Marianna Local Masonic lodge sight of Boy Scouts standing In silent! Keep the, ditches open as much as STEEL, STUCCO _
school building: completed. respect''' at every station 'through possible and wait. There Is plenty' N. F. BASS ..JACK ,BASS
purchases Davis block for
10000. of time, yet to -start your fall truck 332 Royal Street 615 Avenue
Sprouts
issued
Lantana-Bonds* for con DeFunlak. Kennedy Company which the .train passeH day and night, crops." ,, :
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struction of' roads and bridges in this purchases local ice plant. that'he wrote his impressions for Boy Hard wood ashes will help to take

county. Fort M'en-Work..on'.new canning Scouts to read in their magazine the sourness! out of your soil '".,- '
Florida produces approximately Boys' Life. The opening sentence of Now Is the time to get your fall
factory nearing completion.
150,000,000 pounds of fish .and sen Mr. Chapple's article is: "Outstand garden ready ,and planted. Every "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" Tampa-More than 450,000,000 cigars family with an available space should
food yearly. leg in' the history of the Boy Scout For aver. 115- pones the K. O. Painter Fertlllaer Company has tarnished Florida ,
to be manufactured. in this vegetables.Have .
city grow trow.r. v'ith fertilize The continued patronage of experienced grew
Stuart-Work on new Scottish Rite during ensuing year. of America is their close association you ever thought about how era given proof of aattafactor result. .

((01'iple making: rapid progress to becompleted Jacksonville-Fosbee Bros. Lumber with the life of the honors paid and much a vacant city lot planted to COfLD: IIETTRH FERTILIZER BE MADE! WE MOCLD SNAKE IT :'"
strawberries will\ return in cash?
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December. bestowed the .
in Company purchases 55,000 acres of upon Harding man. it and Write for N.w Fait Price LieU Just laauedL -
see.
Sarasota-Filling: in, new city pier yellow pine timber land in Hillsboro Further along .he says: "Past station Try If you expect to fertilize your 0. PAINTER f ERnLlZER. CO., J cksos, He, Fiends '.

from 'bottom of Sarasota bay started. and Manatee counties. platforms along sidetracks in mountains young prove do it this month. Useless ,

started valleys and the draped ammonia and increase the
petersburg-Work plains
St. on Daytona. E. C. Railway plansto phosphoric .
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junior high school at Third ave coaches drew through the line of Boy acid and potash over the earlier
new spend $100,000 for new railroad applications. warfare by the American army, May
Scouts at silent attention at
standing
Mirror Lake Drive to 'cost
nue and station at this point.St. If you" haven't already done so, 28, 1918 was selected as the site by-
' all hours the
of and
238000. Petersburg-Contract let for day night"Boy now is the time to order the fertilizer General Pershing. The presentationwas -
Gainesville-New local creamery construction of Booker Scouts were mobolizcd for this for the fall application on your bear-
bridge over
act of respect at station along ing grove. made in the presence of representatives -
operations every
to begin soon. ..
plant creek to cost 10286. of the State and War Departments .
Our
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strawberry so far this
Work first mile which the funeral train should acreage
Fort Pierce- on 01FoH pass
Fort Myers-South Fish Companyto Tall isn't large enough so if you can, of the United States anda SANiTARYDAIRYCO'4
by wire from the Chief Scout Executive -
Pierco-Okeechobee road in St.
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build raw water. ice factory for put in a crop. It isn't too late yet delegation from the American Le '
Lucie county begun. fishing industry. James E. West. In order however to put in berries and make a good gion.It. MILK & ICE CREAM

Jacksonville-Contract let for new Avon Park-Postal for last that all scouts may have opportunity yield.
receipts
at Talleyrand avenue city formally to record their Had"you thought about your flower was accepted by the mayor of '-1

electric equipment plant and two new Substations six months shows large increases. grief at the lOlls of a great friend I garden this fall? Flowers: make your Cantlgny and military and civilian officials : ._ ,I'
Lake Wales-Waverly Citrus Growers home and the community more at-
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on Riverside and Enterprise street to Association to spend $10,000 for and their esteem for Warren G. Hard tractive besides the pleasure you will \ of the French Republic. '
ing the man, all in the United I :
coot $175,000. improvements on packing house plant. troops .get. out of them. . "
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!St' Augustine-Southern Utilities Florida wins the honor of sending States have been requested to hold Some of our farmers are growing : 1
bananas successfully.
special memorial meetings preferably grapes find very -
erecting new buildings to ;
Co-ipanv "first bale of cotton" this year It Your land may be adapted to et .
on the evening of November 2, 'th(> :
house too and power plants. both of them also rl
came from Webster in Sumter county, I growing one or I..
St. Pl'tpraburg-Approxlmately $2- the most southern point that any I 58th anniversary of the birth of Mr. If you are not familiar with the soils ::1

r.00,000 of public Improvements under Harding but on other dates where best adapted to them talk with your '
"first bale" ever came from. The first I ATTENTION )
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viaat this point. more suitable. These will be troop county agent about it. ,
bale brought 5Gc a pound. CRINGER '
meetings open to parents and friends i FATHERS
F 'rt Pierce-$140.000 bond issueplanned
Tampa-Houses going up in every ANOTHER PATRIOTS' SHRINK r. "
Jor construction of new and the public. A very simple, dignified I
neighborhood city is growing east
ERECTED IN FRANCE "
has been recommended,
"ol house. program
8ch west south and north.St. .
d sonvillc New including brief addresses upon the life Sanitary milk if i
J" $20,000 paroI Augustine-Election to be held Dairy
The erection and presentation to
of Mr. Harding, by Boy Scouts. _. the milk for folks.
September 11 for extending municipal -...- '- - -- the village of Cantlgny of a set of your ,I
limits giving the city 15,000 popula- .Z\NE' GUE TO WRITE memorial fountains and water supply It will benefit your baby. ,
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I FOR BOY scours system', by the National Geographic We manufacture any size Your wife and children ,J
I 1 STKNOORArHEH: tion.Fort I
will like it and it will be .
} Myers-Contract let fur improving Society. forms another unit in the tombstone. Buy direct and
The day of the blood and thunder good for '
JESSIE: I>. KLEINMAN Lee-Charlotte county line to chain of American war memorials In you.
I Acline. t tory isn't past But cording: to I France save agent's commission.

JUSTICE OF PEACE : Tarpon Springs-Pcn.nsular; Telephone James K West chief scout executive At the conclusion of the war the'society Write us a line. ANnARYDAlRYoREAD (
I H.\N1tl.IH 'LI. CLAIMS I Iu of the Boy Scouts!' of America the
Company to rebuild its line to
I ._ ____ __I hal funds donated by m"I11-1
day of the secret reading place I is- LAKELAND MARBLE AND '
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New Port Richey.Panama
bers for hospital work. This balance I :r
doomed. "The normal average l boy Your rllrman'
Contract awardedfor
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City was devoted to the erection of a memorial -
f ic''!ti RP W j STKKD: : I )
!''Iaplfr.! "West "wants mystery and
construction of school building.
new to American heroes at a suitable GRANITE WORKSG.
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KRIBBS & STEED detective stories and 'thrillers' But i 1 1 I.,
place in France Cantijmy, be-
,, .... . .. it to be doubled t if the normal boy
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"" .d" J'.s al .w Safety Harbor-Work on new Seminole is cause of its historic significance as L. BLACKBURN Proprietor __
N l..lrree. frlorlda wants to read stones that leave a bad II -
(......1 pr..II.. I. .11 dlate ... bridge making rapid progress the successful beginning of active Lakeland, Florida READ THE V LLEYGAZETTE:

l..d ,...... (..eers. Madison-New cotton warehouse lobe taste in his mouth and a guilt feeling I ___ __ .____ __._____ ", I
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established at this point. in his mind! Certainly the experience "

of the Boy Scout Movementin.
HMTTON a P. GARRETT ---- -- --- -
. Admiral R. E. Coontr, commanderin substituting organized gang activi- \

JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW chief of the United, States fleet, IH ties under a trusted leader as a substitute ::1 i

a 32 degree Mason and a Shrinei lit for stieet-corner gang life, 1 t

,10. 11 and 12, Oseeola Bank is Past Master of William II. Upton justifies the belief that buys prefer

Building.UlhHIMMKK.\ Naval and Military Ltdge, No. 200 their fun and! adventure in a wholesome This Freeze Insurance i f ..,'

I FLORIDA Bremerton, Washington. form." ,i ,

Mr. West is in position to test out \ ;
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u (''.-dgrr Kill K Oavla I II II ROBS CALOMEL OF his convictions along this line, for
I $100,000 has been plated at his disposal You Dividends
Pays
PLEDGER & DAVIS I to make Boys' Life, the Boy Big ,

NAUSEA AND DANGER the kind of
ATTOftNEYB-AT-LA W I II Scouts' magazine a magazine ,
/ he thinks will satisfy every nor- ,

I State Hank. Bulldlnic mal So he is to it. The I I
I Medicinal Virtue Retained and Improved boy. going

I K18siMMEE.FLORIDA.. Iangerputt and Sickening' October'number contains a round .. Vhen a freeze cornea the price of fruit advances.: '' ,.; : ( .,r:d <1 .-

Qualities Called' Removed."Ca' Iota b..-Perfected Tablet dozen "he-boy" 'stories and a wealthof ,'.," ;, ;:1 The 'grove owner who 'has safeguarded his crops ;' :' ,11.;, .w.''s, ,',!3I1 ,,, ;
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,! DR. R. J. DENNING The latest triumph of modern science serious November articles among on' many the,top-notch subjects.In iJ'f.(:\ .,.
DENTIST '. a "d.>naua..atcd" calomel tabletknnwn'to "" ' "
the drug trade aa "Calolnlm' features, will\ be Zane Grey and Douglas ) 'COKE HEATERS will reap, handsomely increased 7r.

Over the Postoffice. Calomel the most generally," u.ed'of tillmcdlclnea Fail banks. These are names that ",1 profits. ..
o. e. 'I ic HOURS a to it:'". t.iu to t thuG 4ntarn upon H wldit. "
ie..i field of popularity.purified And r, find always make boys prick up their earsGrey's .

fence Phone 174Office I'hon. 156 .which. from have those heretofore oltjecttonnnli limit"d l jitnlltl IIH UH.*s stones are being: shown on thMl <' I Il These gains will alone more than pay for ade- '

In blllouan'im., .onal'I'ntloll' h. ud-l lnchen l pen, He uses a solid steel pen andwiites f quate protection.
and. ImllKl ft fcon. and In a glint, I t"'il'I I grove 4
with human blood His ,
j
variety of liver Moinat h and kltln t ,
troubles enlgmel l \%'... tin moat KUOCOMSful : for boys will be genuine dime-novel SKINNER COKE HEATERS are ,
AGNEWATTORNBTATLAW .
VANS
P. A. remedy hut Its use W..R often nntclected C :
: on nocotint of its rickenttiK, ii i iilttlta Ii I- ( stories but with all the VICIOUS qualities manufactured by a Florida company :t
: i Now It la, the "Mh'Mt and inoHtplmiitnnt of the limy novel" left out, and. .
of midlilM.f to tilt one
I OKKICK8Winter I Park. Florida w"I"-tlIII'1I all. No limte, no I Zane ; 's stones left in. in the citrus With
I ping no niiuneii. no Rittt .\ gaud< Ir'y' industry. large ; '
IIll ou All this i' good news for bs-ami
arc feeling one with a clean llxir, a personal grove holdings and because \
nurllled xysletn and n lilur apixtllc. l.ul for their parents and teachers Whatis
*.:": :":.:.,,= M4>-.ti-5'C 4v?>-3:sq--}q+0r.n 0 what you "are 10"' ...Roll. No only danger.rnlntahn hi orh."oI, being. done, Rli West says "iN in of their dependence upon the uninterrupted (;

.:> : : RNERMARBL&CRANITE! ; .01..1 ""..kno.eR.. price thlrl\-tl rent harmonv with the program of Scouting '' continuance of the citrus ':
'for the laixe. family |"m<"KIIKI" ten ,
*: 00- namely, to give the buy as nearlyas 'I
COMPANY.: TAMPAMONl'MENTS tints for tin ..mil 11. ( ,'1.01 ...Ix.' \nu : ;
.:' 0 druggist. IH\ nuthoilxiil to refund I the possible the kind of stones he likesto industry, certainly if a better or I.

-:'. 0 prli thoroughly. IIH n ,Kiiiirnnti.delluhttd that with yourlil.1,1..10.. li.'. lend under, such conditions as to more effective heater could be designed :{1

.. (Ad\) make his rending wholesome .us wel:
4: 'd! .I Crowder, Agent, KissimmeoM. 0 0 us inh'rPRlinIt is upon this basis .e the Skinner Machinery Company t#
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-x------: : >>-:- .;...-.-:..:-<-<--: :-.:--:--:- that we have been maintaining{ our .\; would make it. \

;";..:..:-:-:":..:-->: :-....:-(.. :-->.:<- I reading program;: from the beginning; :-, ''I( Our engineers will '
and are), publishing a monthly magazine / ;

:: TILLER for boys" Hoys' Life has already .;, be glad to. show you

hk..of dl IJey established itself and has something -j ,
:i: !Heal Estate Agency f Ca.swlrku over 100,000 regular readers ( the safest and most I ",

"
*.j. FIRE/ :, LIFE. AND ACCIDENT now. So the $100,000 will be used to economical way to insure -

INSURANCE build upon a firm foundation of against a freeze. ".
INDEMNITY BONDS Wloe. oeoape.r/ monthly libraryof \
earned popularity a
Q Tic.. / .
?o--:. ,* ti41tl.IBia 191 19/91120154IS 1.7I stories and articles that will be in :& \ You will be under no Patented (6

relation to boy's reading wants .
every obligation. FILL OUT THB OUPOM BELOW AND PAIL TODAY.
KISSIMMEE PLUMBING what the rest of the Scouting pro- .

always gram is to his thirst for personal adventure -

SHOP THOUGH in quality romance and achievement. 0.41._" ,f!
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eAa e( a.W..ey e..M.r.D..dt. .
Goodyear Tires d
Nothing Too Big high In the hope of assuring ConstantineV. .. "_e.. ".
: are never
Koumparoulis, an American war In _4.. thai your. eac1..."' .. 4......U..t ;.
Too Small priced a* this chart Skinner mfr and m. complete Informatleta .e. rln *- ;
Nothing shows. See how veteran held in Greece on a murder e.til.ment required to protect, air rrorefrom
charge: a fair trial national officers froet or ire.... I ajai anrverlnf. the ,tY
Goodyear Tire of the Amercian Legion will\ bring the following. queMlaiu with the uadratKB4hthat > ,!
All Work GuaranteedTo prices for year have case to the attention of the State De- I am not placed, under the llhtet ob- '

Be Satisfactory kept under the average partment. When Koumparoulis returned ) Machinery I I-:='. . . " .acree, 'I.grev.. .. .. ..... .. :
level for to Greece this year to bringhis i
price orphaned brother and sister to peara old VarltleKomber e .. ...... .... .. .. ....... II
all commodities.
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5 Broadway : Telephone 143 Today the best tires an this altercation country he with became an ex-convict Involved who in Company ....... ... .. .. .. . . .. .. . ..... .". ..... .

Goodyear ever built attacked him because he had taken tree* to the mar* .. .. .. .. . ...... .
sell for yi%less thanin American citizenship, and killed his DUNEDIN FLORIDA H.. rear sro*. ..... been touched bf ,.... "
BOX 119
19201 30% less opponent. Relatives believe that any or fn...,. .. ... . .Row near are you to ..- r'
than in 1914. Thisis trial given him will be prejudiced and oa4le4 water protection and what direettonf
the legion's assistance. Koum-
CITY a good time to lamuhs sought is a charter member of the ...f..f.now. bl..h above wa.tert......... .

buy Goodyears. legion post at Chsriton, Iowa. Is paw nova rut or sl.pbagf.r..J i. frt

A. Q..dr sr SStetl.n slovtae' ;. to l Whtoh ...reetlo la tbe.. ....' ',
Bell I. serving 1'
MEATJARKETFresh D..I.r. u. "".I} .nd ree.r Rev. J. R. N now .'
..nd IA..r G..! = his 47th year as Grand Chaplain of >, ........... ................, ,
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C.rda i dk U. .i./.4 J ', '
eA....._'A._. Fr..lfA.., and.,."'".....'". the Grand Lodge of Oregon. I !...! .n..r....... p...........u"t.. . .,

Mea.i andVegetables ....... A44.s _, ............................. ..f.......' '. ,.;.. t" 1.l".''' .
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LUPFER' k PRATHER"G' Masons in the postal service at New '

Means have organized: the Masonic '.... .. ,... "} "
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Postal Club. The objects' of'the organizatlon .f. .I." '.;. '" "'


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I ing to make the ctrefut, lnvestig.it UNDERSTANDING' CONSTITUTION rOH, 8ALE-On Remington typewrlter -
K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTiBDBUSHBD In rood order, Price reasonable. -
I I mentioned above WILL DEFEAT: RADICALS i lledger DeviL r 4l-lt l'
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>,The Gazette believes In Kissimmee. ,
BT Revo'uti- -ad'caHsm bols'evtarn roil 8AL Missionary Strawberry,
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THE"! KISSIMMEB VALLBT OAZETT E: It refuses to believe the stories of nary plant. P. DI Vlrurlllo, 400 Oak street,
) -. "I. W., W. I'm" and aIm"I'll) F'oBtofnoe, Box 94. Klsslmmee, Fla.
/ EVERT FRIDAY calamity howlers. It has always -
KIS8IMMEE FLORIDA.XV "boosted" for' improvement, and it movements, wouH become aim's' obsolete et Itx An Institution With 'a, Soul
I.
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if the people of 'the U&teStates 1 I i"H SALE-Fln Broadway property
-HARRIS .President. will continue to do so. It believes we "> containing room with furniture , ,' .' {,
J I. G. VANS AGNEW.,8ecrr'tary must face the facts ,however. It believes reall! urderstood the constitution . 'l.arttisleeping' porch. Modern. Lot, '
ALLISON T FRENCJt.EdllorSUBSCR'.ON ; : Garland W. Powell -c'o- 61x110. Three block from potofflce
.. that realization will bring action. . diT I lowing well, fruit flower, and .
{yl HATBSOn of the American's,1 commission oi f a Id. "horns. A. Itonrers.. BIO Broad. "' q
Copy, One Year._?_?_.____$ .OfOne way Klsslmmee. Florida 41-lto "
Copy. Six Month__-__. -_-_,_ ).0i( she.Am"rlcan Le vl"n :.ef'arej" :! 'n .- "
II One Cops Three Month. .__._,_.-__ .60 We see where; some scientist claims} recent bulletin to workers In his' .o- FOIl 8AI..K- Or KXchanne--8roomedhoi'sr Bank is '
not Soul-less
This a Corporation.It
screened and all
porch convenl..nces .
(Entered at the poctofflce at Klsslm- that If the rains continue in the future ganizat'on. Powell's state e-t w ; rlsrhl In town; property "

-meet- Florida, a* second-class matter,) as they have in the. past few I I embodied |In a request he trfde to SI cl.ur\ .Prury and perfect avenue title.corner 1\(.Church Matthew Ht.41ltx.. works to increase human welfare, to

All communication except. from authorized years that Florida in five mi lion legion posts to J in in "bservan'e o'
I 1 correspondent must be signed make families secure '
-. Constitution to relieve business
by the writer. years will be completely washed away Ann'versarvWe" S-'p' FOR SAINTS-Good family cow; $41 ,
Bi'l'rted" matter will be returned ItcaU..d We've simply worried ourself sick 17 to 22, in con'unct'on!' with o.:"o- tnk-B her. M. Matthews, XI llrury
for.Advertising worry and to add to the sum of happiness.It
avenue corner Church; 41-llx .
i v- I over the prophecy for within that time o-jranizations. .

Foret"/ Ppre.ontetly.THEAMERICANPRES' I all the people in the world will be "The constitution 'insures to
ASSOCIATION living ill Florida at the rate they are neonlef rur nation, those In'l'e.qblo sturdy; made of finest materials

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1923 I now coming.-Taylor County Herald. rights, life" libe'tv and p-rsti't! of on't fudge these tires by their Integrity to money matters.
price. We sell HO low beacuse wo
-- -- - happiness P weM's s'ate-nen' .
sv handle tremendous volume C1 O. I)
CABBAGE DISEASES CAN n'low I Inspection FIUKUUVNOKHHHOH / I
"No tie
Fince
country b"Kinn'ni' o
FACING FACTS BY SOAKING ., Moultrlei, Ga. .41-ltx ..
UK REDUCED .
time hI's Tfpld t' ese idc"ls highet''n;
SEF/J IN SPECIAL POISON FOR HA I,K--Cnbbaire plants, all varlet -
With the coming: of the tourist sea- the people of the United' !States=; y t tl.Oil per 1000; (tubby King

the usual discussions, and Some of the worst diseases of the very few Americans know what the pper plants.' 2.00 per 1UM, Klnsev
son come ''tint Co., Valdosta. Ua. 41-4tx
the,usual predictions. Foreign license cabbage( crop are carried from place constitution' contains," tho bulle i Merchants and Farmers BankOF
continues."It FOR SAt.E-Oliver typewriter with extra -
tags are seen on'the streets, and I ito place by germs that cling to .the wide carriage. rerfecf'condlllon

travelers delight in telling how many 'outside of the seed. Tor this reason is the duty of every American Inquire at Gntette Office. ifs

11 cars from different states they pa'sseJ' jt is only necessary to use a few !fcanitary citizen, as well as those!! who h-ne tn SAT.TC-50000) Missionary 'straw- KISSIMMEE

become citizens,, to know and full" i'y plants now ready til per \
on the road in a given distance. [ precautions with the seed and Me 1 HH. Guarantee ..

The business men and the growers seedbeds: prevent serious. losses to understand the Constitution of! the V Parker. _ .2l- \1//

speculate on the Increase to be ex- the crop, according to a statement to United States of America People HAI-R' -Two milk cows and to

r3 petted: in sales, and the amount of cabbage growers by G. F. Weber, as- cannot be law pb'din ci izens 01- calf. !Enquire at Gazelle of floe h..lror'j

( produce which will be consumed at ,:sistant plant pathologist of the Flor- stand' for law land order when they vl''
r home. Now and then the familiar refrain ida experiment station. do not know the fundamental p inn al'.'rang OOd :up.field*3.6I grow) thouH"ndfon..y(4 00! t Plallt"1 Ordrr +

i is heard, "We need foreign capital I "Black-rot one of the serious diseases pies upon which the laws of 'h-i- ', please.S.] 1C. UORK. Orlando,
land are based. We can only b a uniform Florida 31-4IX' -
f and more buildings. The customary of cabbage in this state, Dr. -+

answers are also heard, about I I Weber ay". "It may be practically nation by understanding th. "1.F--I'"lnc: residence property., :t
i 1.lv at the office of The Valley"it
Our wonderful natural resources, hilt : controlled by sanitation in the. seed- rights guaranteed to citizens un'te1- ,.. Klssltnmee 3-tf

opportunities for investment, cheap I bed, and by clean seed which have the constitution." "11 SAi.R-Banana plants, lady finger :

I est good lands in the state, et cetera I been disinfected with a l-to-1000 so- Powell seeks to have Amorican'smwork lety, 26 cents" each \\'. IJ Harris {.

;' infinitum. lution of corrosive sublimate. This in the legion co-operate to the I
ftd I -NO HANI OOO1>J bought sold
l solution' be made by dissolving : fullest extent wi'h nl' np-piHos -S nd repaired TheCnelno. 44-tf .
The second deals with the fact may /
verse i
I !serving the constitution's' anniversirv ,I' SA1.1-Modern( ;: 4-ronm bungalow,
1111 io 1 tablet of corrosive sublimate to 1
I that when "foreign capital" has been ,; nlHhed. hath room jrara"e; 3 cite
interested, when "new blood" has i pint of water. and to further co-ordinate the I fjioi's ",tH. 12 hiattnf citrus treen In- I
efforts in teaching and explaining the "ilie \\'. J. Steed or Box Dl Snint
"The seed which' to be disinfected
f U! come in, when the city has "built up, are 'lolid Z6-2IIIX

f then the taxable property will be so I should be securely enclosed ina instrument
\\MIKKKY] I-I..ANTS FOR\ R.LJo1".lonnn' :-
i II} much more, money can, be devoted to I], loose cheesecloth bag and thoroughly MAKE--IT -NATION- - -W1E '" ; and' Klmul\lte. 5ro\\n
I soaked in the solution for 30 min- inn fresh imithein nnrtuiy Moc k
f uit will he
public improvements, i i iII thin npilriK Three dollar, pet thou-
sweeter, and rain won't be so wet. i utes, the bug constantly bring moved Daily we read i of grade c'-os'-in-'- "d. f .it l h St.itlu. .'...11 with or-
1 . .
::
,II At least, some of the roseate: word around in the solution so that all air cidents with the inevitable ,ic t'" lie 'r ,Prompt T 1 e$. illlains Kliipimnt. Starke.and good'vul Fl.t352l.il

'I I pictures, or pipe dreams, seem to in- is excluded. Warning devices, gatJ"113.'t> I 1t

elude all these visions. | "After the !sped'< have soaked for 30 and even approac'hingtrni -s w' i ,'- pit' SALEcud I acres" "good,, ,! pisturinil I t

I minutes: remove them and place in are in plain sight fail to deer many iif-ar St Cloud, For quirk pile
All the predictions about an s r (t'o per acrel'rite 8 I> \\111111 InN,
un-i, running water for 10 minutes, or washin drivers in their mad attempts tncroas. v nuohuh.. Florida 8-tf
precedented tourist season do seem :1
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five( or six changes of fresh water. tracks without hesitating f'
I I to be true this year. The outlook for > a w sec- l Ie SAl.K. Kor H Mlt. Fnrnlshi-d :
Then let dry in the shade and they ond" '"""01. and No Trespass Carla' 10 : :1T"
markets does seem to be most encouraging I "t. each at The Gazette office
are reaTly: to plant. In their' ; determination to ol}'min"'o ---- --
this We unquestionably !
year. 1 "Black-lejr.' another !serious diseisc railroad crossing accidents, 'he sties' FOR RENT
i j
do have wonderful natural re- ----
of ral'bage cannot be controlled as of North Carolina, Illinois and Wiiitepan .
k; sources. There are, without ruestion) I 1..1t| HUNT KiirnlslK d house. 7 r"o"N : :T"l:
well as black-rot) by peed tieatnu-nt. Wisconsin ,have passed ordinances roe) block from court house S.p Ur't'iger. I ,
excellent opportunities for invest 37 f" f
; 1 -I .
I I as the germs are carried within the which provide that all vehic'" .
ment. There is no question about the
seed ns well ns on their outside. How- automobiles, trucks and other convy- FOR EXCHANGE
excellence of our soils for diversifier i Miss Bandy announces her Fall Millinery Opening
ever, such treatment as given above ances propelled by animal or Other 1vi
Li. THADK fine !lot
farming. No that corner on V..rf
one can deny agricultural -1 helps" materially in reducing the loss power and used in, and upon 'he ona and Randolph avenues, for automobile -
is being made. It Friday, September 28th.A .
progress from infected seed. streets and public highways within MuM he In perfect con-
is gratifying to see people buy rlltlon Sec' or write Mrs Arthur
Property very here who have been coming "Watch the seedbed' carefully and the city 'limits, shall when approaching CV>opt'r. Klaalmtnec. ItWANTED. beautiful line of Dress Tailored and Sport Hats

also the plants in the field for the appearance a railroad crossing, be br-uQ'ht

year after year, and by intimate acquaintance of diseased plants, and i when to a full stop ten feet therefrom and will be shown.
u a and one year's comparison -
such occur they should be removed at the driver ascertain if the way is \VK NEED an InduMrloun. reputahlo
) with another, have become con- lady or gentleman to represent the ., ,,.
once and destroyed."The clear before proceeding to cr"ss.! genuine J. K Watkins Products In ,-- .
vinced of the .
possibilities.All
corrosive sublimate tablet Penalty for violating the ord'nance Klsalmmee.. A few wood terrltorlon
these things true. Kissim- also In other nearby cities Tho ,
are open .. .
and the solution are deadly poisonousand Is a fine of not less than $5 orore" nationally adv..rU..dVatklna. Products - .

mee Is undoubtedly progressing; But should be handled with care. The than $200 for each offense. Similar have been. Known and Used
the system is too slow. Other cities, I since 1868. Don't accept any other -
r tablets can be purchased at any drugstore city ordinances nr state laws throughout otter until you net our propositionIt's

many of which have not the natural : The solution should be made in the country would reduce to a different. Full particular and ,
advantages have samples are free. Write today. J. Ethel Clay'to: X1
we are passing us. wooden containers, as it corrodes minimum the grade crossing de'th R. Watklns, Co., Dept.. II, Memphis.
We like to see them forge ahead because' Ittx
Tenn.
"
toll
metal vessels. which" runs between 10,000 and In-
what builds up Florida builds .

15,000 persons! annually. LOANS
I up its parts. But we should keep SOUR CREAM CAN BE Such a law which saves life wouldbe "

pace with the procession. USED IN MANY WAYS 6% LOANS under Reserve System. on I
instead of an expense to the tax- city or farm property. Reserve De- "Can a Woman Love Twice?
Mr. Dreamer-of-the-future if --
you What to do with sour cream is a payers, a money-maker through fines posit Company, Keith Bldg. Cincin(4-lllc
nati. Ohio.
were going into a new country, if you collected for law breaking.
frequent question with housekeepers,
bad "burned behind
your bridges you" LOSTLSTGreen
and were going to locate in a state especially in summer. But that ques- A fair is a place to display agricul- Come to the Casino and find out

tion is not hard to answer, home dem- sample case containing
tural wealth
unfamiliar to you except by reputation and give convincing one Indies corduroy suit, email plush
,nstation workers say; sour creamis proof of coat iiHsortment One needle bankets.
what sort pf: city would you agricultural possibilities. MONDA AND TUESDAY
Sunday, Sept 8: 1 Ironing between
there
not always a calamity as area beard\ :
t I choose If you pass through a num- Westfall, Houne ;', .
ber of them, and see one with severalnew number of tempting things that street Notify A K. Reynolds, 14Orlando
street, city 41-ltx -
be made with them.
may
modern type buildings going up.
.
cookies will to
Chocolate help use - - - -
another with paved streets in all di-

rections, another erecting an up to up some of the cream. To make it, JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL

date municipal building, the next one cream % cup of fat and to it add 1 : ,

of and V4 of ere im. ,
cup sugar cup Hour
with a brand new high school, and dvett
Then sift together % teaspoon of
with Visible
one no signs of progress =
Ili -which would you choose Woul J soda, /i teaspoon of salt, and 2 cups 1 -=- e --

1 of flour add to the mixture. Finallyadd -=
you stop at the one which doesn'tshow -- -
of vanilla and 3 table- -
% -
teaspoon :
I at a glance, its progress, and FOR SALt = =
of melted chocolate. Roll this =
spoons =
get data to compare it with former -- - -
thin and shape it with a snail JO ACKKS 2 miles from city limits,
dough ,
years? Would you bump over the w ,'U! adapted to citrus fruit ttuuk-I i
kind of cutter. Bake it in a moderate oven. Ins mill/ poultry Industry, In causethere :
roads a New York paper once With. BANK
12 OUR
made are acres or more hlxh land
cookies
Sour are as
1 called Florida's-"nine feet wide and cream splendid] for cltruu fruits, with more The Bank
nine follows, according to the home dem- than 40 bearing oranne ttees; lots -
feet deep"-to make a careful of 2 lawn to -
guavas acres nicely sit
investigation of the great things onstration workers: Cream 2 table- gre,,, bllildillKS of but little Vllllln. the ==

spoons of fat and add 1 cup of sugar, hilt one )place to develop. Cheap, and ,
which will befall the community in terns I If lit( Hired. :
that Elysian some dayOr would well beaten yolks of 2 eggs4 cup 20 ACllKS 1-4 mile from brick road on Ability
of sour cream and 1 teaspoon of I graded county road; 6 acres In fine
you stop in a town where involuntarily state of cultivation; fenced hog = and
would grated orange peel. Sift V6 teaspoonof proof. 3 arrr'x floe young trees Just = =

you exclaim: "Things are salt with about 2V4 cups of flour, house ueiclnnlntr, to .bear nicely; 4 room = This Bank reflects the high character of its =
moving in this town, it shows on the garage work ship, chicken = Willingness
and add to the mixture. Place half house; large grape arbor; beautifuloak =
j face of it that it is progressive; I'll trees about the house a home '
get in on it and travel on the wave." the dough at a time on a floured dcalrnble pluce for Momone.; Hunt to Serve management and in all its relations and.

board and roll thin. Cut it in any desired of reason for selling Cheap at'i -- --
There i II a movement on foot for a 2760S6 ,
( and bake in moderateoven. transactions with its seeks to _
1 new high school. There is talk of a shape a ACRES near' brick road. on graded customers ems -
road ; 6 acres bearing grove; fine
bond issue for streets. If we are ever i shade good l land l. house not completed DEPOSITS INSURED
The woman who has an ice cream ,I ; out bulldlnKS; bargain at body in the highest degree that intangible
going to reduce our taxes! we must $ Inal\: I -
.with
> do some of the things that other cit- freezer can make orange sherbet 40 : ,nf' mile] from city limits on
/ "some of the cream. Boil 1 cup of ,I brick road; Rood grove; good land quality we.call Honor.
ies are doing hich will demonstrate real bargain ; crop will soon be ready Qe
; sugar with % cup of water for five I for market ,, food combination land. '
our The must -
new comer
progress.
minutes. Cool and add the juice of 1 Come let us show you the land and
i
I realize our progress as well as we do. Introduce you to owner who will
orange and of 1 lemon. Turn the mix- rive you a real bargain and make those =
i ; c tit takes something that shows to I terms : J;( We invite the account of to whom
ture into a freezer and when it begins: '' _
f make him see that progress. The I 4-HOOM COTTAGE: and screened porch.
to freeze, add 1 cup of sour cream I water llKhts. bath ; tine shade In \ -
movements just mentioned'should I I front; 16 hearing citrus trees; guava such a Bank appeals.
stiff and continue freezing.
have the entire support of the community whipped ,, garage; fine little home; easy
terms. 12000 ==
., Come Cow I SIX ROOM, east front modern house; i -

1 The Ocean To Gulf(It Highway is open The following advertisement\ appeared -I close 12250 In. Beat bargain In town at -=- -=-

'part of It by "terry" it Is true. a while ago in a California NELSON 11KAL.TYCOMPANY I I

But cars are coming over it from Mel- newspaper: PIANO SACRIFICE-Due to Inability ,

bourne. They will have good roads For Sale-One large, red-and-white I I to keep up payments, we have had a .
high grade piano In the best of con
from the county line to the city limits cow, three-eighths mule and five-.j dition turned back to us.. This Instrument ; Bank of Osceola County' i
r we can sell for a rare bargain -
good brick. or asphalt roads. Then eighths wildcat. She usually I Ivlng- ,term. to responsible

4 I .'f they, strike a road near a sign"which s visit every summer, hut is at presJ'I Ludden partIe.:A For Bates.full Atlanta particular, Oa., address 41-lt

:says they'are entering Kissimmee; ent attached ,to' ,her home by means

; and admonishes them not to travel I, of a log chain. To any person wishIng -. FOR BALE!-Tomato, pepper and eggplant -' Hours
% plant. by the 100 or.1000; $I.tO 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. c ; :
<, nor. than fifteen mile' an hours They< 'to''' buy her, 'I will throw in th ,I I per -thousand M. D. Caller Box 111, ==

,roifht'jo,ttbat.-faat if they'cojjnt, ,the IDp I chain ana a sledge' hammer. Would" KlMlmmee Florida. 41-lt

and down as well a* the horizontal ixi delighted; to" sell his cow to some FOR SALE}-S Iota, under fence,' on 1
Fielding avenue.. Bargain $SOO cash. III
dhrtnc.;JJy.the::time:,Jhey.hit-th ,..eitlsen( -. ,t..San Diego,-who think .be .Write'-Mr*.'"Mamie"-Blythe;,. Orlando.
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY CAZETfE.: FRIDAY* SEPTEMBER 21.'' ,1923ll Ftvll.t:
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MISSIONARY SOCIETY HOLDS ..-... '.,

REGULAR MEETING'

.. On Monday. afternoon the ladies of :
the Methodist Missionary Society : .
,
held their Monroe Thomas \
regular monthly literar .

coal social. program. .
HappeningsEat Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, pre ident, : '
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opened the meeting! by reading John, : ,, "
seventh chapter; Mrs. Bratton led in : GARAGE
i J- prayer, and Mrs.:,W. L. paulk led the "" ... '

music which included old favorit '..' ,', .. j. .... ' ::,.' -
at Dupont't Cate. tt 000000000' x944004000, hymns.: A* is the custom .this yea: .:" / , ,. ,' ,:' 18 "Emmett Street :,I !f!,: "'
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10 ordered the conference It' ? '
by ?
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part ot ,li'' ,
York Life Insurance: Co., San WEATHER '
'New local representative. Utf< J REPORT o the discipline was'read. Mra. Joh ,,' ,'::' ." ; "PHONE \ ,.:' _..: ;..
Lupfer, ; 47>
in4R'
L Brown. is again 'at'< 4 Official Bulletiof dally temperature -'*. this McPhatter reading.has charge each'month of 'J .. ,.t.,. ;.::'',''i':," '," ';.
Miss Ernestine '
and 0 .' .ae
precipitations furnished
)her desk in the Lupfer &; Prathei by the Klssimmee' Co-- 0 The theme as to missions was ,, ; f ; ;

garage, after two weeks' vacation. 4 operativ.U. 8. Weather Bureau John"Winning Bronson/ China read For extracts Chirst.from Mri the . iTwo More New Experienced Mechanics

of ' nd boyar schoo 4 Station, for the week ending Bulletin of Missionary News and r
line ,
Good
shoes at MCCA! LEY'S.' *4 Thursday, September__ 20: 4 Mrs. W. C. Norton read a paper fror Five of Us"= That Means Quick Service ;
4
the Missionary/ Voice. These interesting
gave
:Mrs. !M. L. Breaker and daughter, Data Max. Min Prep. news of present day condiLions. -
Mary Jefferson, are spending Friday, Sept 14____8 69 .33 4 .

several Miss days in Tampa, combining 4 Saturday, Sept 15-.80 69 .31. For the social.part, with Mesdame Prompt.Attention To Small Jobs At Well As Large

business, with pleasure. 4 Sunday, Sept 16..,,.87 70 .05 Eby, Shaver, and Rogers, hostesses, .
4 Monday, Sept 17..83 73 .50 4 ielicioua sandwiches, cake and
puncl
New fall hats at The lint Shop: 4 Tuesday, ._.90 71 .14 were served: Residence Phone 71 f
* Wedn'day, Sept 19.88 72 4
Woodbeck. trace
Mrs J. D. Despite the rainy day a Iroodly!
4 Thursday, Sept 20.89 70 ..00Reaings lumber wak present and the friendly;; wi i
:Mrs. Fripp has moved into the < ,\ are made, at 6:00 p. sheer whTch-coi Uwlth pleasant comradeship -
West cottage, on 222 Orlando avenue > m. for the preceding twenty-four'* in things worth while. -
across from Mrs. A. W. Winn. hours. J. F.An .
just
ALLISON T. FRENCH. 0 JC. .
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Ask for information on the New 4 Co-operative Observer. 0 weevil
York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- 444404444 044444044 ounce of A GREAT NEWSPAPEU OO ... '

f('r. 14-tfc will save a bushel of corn. Carbon di- THE TAMPA MORNING TRJ l'SE "GLASSES'-NOW
i iWill
Night Policeman Charles Prevatt sulphide coots less than corn. RIGHT '
expects her sister, Mrs his "
Mr Fripp wan riding bicycle along Broad-
Tribune U the
The
Tampa Morning
Mary Huroker, of Ohio, to Spend the way, Tuesday, shortly after midnight, '
winter with her. I when something he ran over gave hima Education an(l co-operation go hand Great< Florida Newspaper, exploiting preserve your eyesight for the future

I I For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- jolt. lie got!! off with his. spotlightand in hanu and are among the 'greatea the resources of the State and payin We fit you correctly, attractively,satisfactorily; i

Auto 26-tl looked. Then he got another jolt. leeds of society. Without education, particular attention to the Commercial Phone today for appointment
' 41. an (
rlior.c ,
: mcll. I There lay a three foot 'gator.!: Any I II lo-opcration: will fail; and without Industrial, Agricultural, Horti i'
Flat for W.. B.. body lost one? He doesn't know whereit cO-I'
-> rent.
Furnished I cultural Political and Social Event; I t
14tlMr came from. peration, education cannot accomplish : W. E. SANDERSON CO.
Harris. Gazette office. 1 I the best results.; as they occur in every Town City and .

,*. F. G. Thomason is spending r' Mr.. and Mrs. J. Allie Wells arrivedin Hamlet in the Great State of Florida. ..oo o oooo.o.o.ooooooooooooooo.oooooo..oo.
with hrr daughter Mrs. Kissimmee last Friday noon and in the '
Send to
t'1"1., k I I your subscription
Little has been said about it but 1
are at present staying with their son
Ralph Pt-kle, in Tampa I I '' Tribune Office or hand it to your loco 1
and his
I family Roy Wells' at "raffia the pecan fields around Monticell

U-c I Ki-xford, formerly of Kissim- hoola" home north of the city. They ook just about as pleasing to the eye dealer so that you can enjoy reading
but more recently of Washington made the trip from Kenne.bunk Beach, : Florida's Greatest Newspaper. One
r'c. of the citrus orchards farthe
i I II. C.. ban returned to this cityn Maine, by automobile, to spend the is some year $8.00, six months $4.00 threi You are cordially invited to attend the
itn ,expert mechanic and is work- winter in Kissimmee as is their usual I outh. There's more things!' than one months $2.00 and one month 75c.

inc: in the Monroe Thomas garage. I custom. __ I in Florida. 401PACKINGHOUSE ( MILLINERY OPENING ;

Snippy: styles and low prices on The best investment you can make 110.. : GETS
. McCAULEY'S. Is a New York Life Policy. Better 3.11.Hi. ',...
-h..-(' ''1,1 hOMe at I li'.rl of tin- < .111 ion of iticHRI "
than a savings account. See Sam (('IIAVI-K AMI K,HMiilH: III Mf THE NEW EQUIPMENTContinued of
Mr and, Mrs. Pick Bullock' arrived Lupfer. 14-tfc KUxIm_.., Klorldwn I .
the Slate of Klorldii.\ at I In rinse, uliUMiiH'KH ( from l'aee r On l
from
, Sunday evening FALL AND WINTER STYLES
'in Ki-Miurm-e" I ,, <
:
September 14tti. 1 23.IIIIIIH the addition of an eighty foot pl.i'form -
' thi'ir inline, in Macon Rn.1| are visiting Harry W. Wood, with his wife nn-1) r
id ir 'pan: 'nta! Mr. and :Mrs.. S. II. Bul- four children, of Warren Ohio has I IpurchaR,1 U."ur. ten feet wide, for field 1>T: (" :
the L. M. Williams place 1111 Hi-Hi Knoll': SI ),417.!'" Foundations I'
!l"> I.. 'ii I their home on Clyde avenue. and for unloading. snbeing Friday September 21 st
1..0. (.11 t'ulltlvnl I Ki'cuilty ,
at 409 Clay street. Mr. Wood has recently ,
I I ether tlillli /1..1 Earale, _ fi.fitfi I< laid for the addition of stor.rooniH ,
The lending] life insurance. company .. ,sold his Ohio form and came .Ml other I..)HII", and, 1 DlHi-nuiilK 2 ,!it35.iveriltHflK /: 3
for
i n' the world New York Life. SeeS to( Florida to make his. home. !Mr. I II' . Nun.. of six car capacity Gratin: at the
m l.upfc", agent H-tfc Williams, who returned to Ki.ssimmec 1'1'1 Is. Si riirllliiti'| _- A60 Vinnklnv materials and a carload of paper. i
I .
-- I' thin leek to find his place sold by : anil Fixtures HoilHi' _Kurnlturi. _'__ "- 5,0935CU :J III Fifteen hundred brand new field Hat Shop 12 Darlington Ave. Kissimmee. .
Unljri T. 1.. Comer with Mrs.' Co- S. R. Chapman, the agent, will con- I ,' front I ncorporutcil. Banlif. ,. 3&fi6r; 3 crates are already delivered to thtpackinghouse , ..l
IVIT mill !MIHS. Cubnh Nesbit, left yes- tinue to reside in Kissimmee. I II (lalniM and olIn, i UfNtiurrex H.llfi.a :
and stored there
.. trip at ('HKh firms 0167 are
t ti Sarnsotu. The judge "blew himself"f I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baker returned null on Hand -It.VXS.D---. readiness for the picking season \vhkl! I MRS. J. D. WOODBECK.

f,,,.' fancy fishing tackle and to Kissimmee Thursday; of last week Total . .- u __-. .fl22.1i ..lI.labllKIr will probably start in about three ;1

p mii-rd to catch some fich.. I for thtir regular winter residence.' weeks. Part ft the packinghouse i ill .::1

Florida, Sanitarium--- and Hospital I They have been spending the summer i (ai.llnl, Stork Paid In___ ___ __$5,0'i0.n., having a new roof built over it, .md . _.
U their home in Fentun, Michigan I ..
nillvliluHl I I>cpo8ltii. Subject to
1 I. :ando. Florida. Medical, Surgical Mr. Baker that Kissimmee needs ("hi-rk __ _ __ __ _- 71.7RfI.50"vlnK" the directors of the local sul>-exchange .
says ---- ---- --
iternity, Capacity 100 patients. of Deposit, _____. . 5.32R,34IO..nu. enthusiastic their
\ ; nore advertising, that people know U' are over
F'plipnu-nt modern rest, diet, physi- various Florida towns and cities hut ...<1 PcrlltlcatrB_ of iM-ponlt_ 1175.07'erlerfed the Par*
( l (htfk 81.0' equipment for coming year.
,, ,gl.'al therapeutics. Unexcelled 24-tf in hey: all looked blank when he nicn- .'ashler's.'ii.elu 1..U.tu.II"1.IH2:41 uun : of the crate materials have ahead; DISTillED A TER ICE
.. l lRAWWATER
,r i- Southeast ioned Kissimmee, and wanted to know Illl I. ) "ble.--------------17.000.O'<
arrived, a car load of nails having

,11 V Browning arrived in Kissim- where it is. --- ( Total of _Florida__ _._, _ --- -.__$121.476.1Mate been received this week, and carload!

Wednesday from Frostproof to You can save ten cents of- every bounty "( o..c..ola. m.I. of car strips are now rolling; VS. ,
\K'.J. in the Monroe Thomas garage. lollar spend for shoes and dry. I. F.. Jo:. ....1111. CiiBhlt-r of the abovetn
you While Piano 01l1) not, of
:
tha Manager
H > ha been with the Willys-Knight down to McCAU- d hank do solemnly swear
> roods' by coming
southern !! the HliOM statement In tru to the .her dates of the beginning
the exact
a I 1 Overland people in LEY'S.The or my know li'dne and, hc-llef. course give ,
city' i U 1':. KKNN. of this season's operationshe ,
_ Gazette Job department hItS re- Ca.hler.COnHECTl"TEST !
expects to begin about the fifth
The best investment you can make bv the ad- tyCE'
been strengthened
York Life Policy. Better ently (i. W.' PKItSONS.K or tenth of October! The date is! .
_ is i a New lition of Emmett- Cason, who comeso C. BRYAN. :
than a savings account. See Sam this office from Leesburg. Mr Ca- 3, M, WILLSON. largely contingent on tha weather, the .. ... .' ''';' .
Lopfer. 'U-tfo son''has had years of experience in ;' ,' Director. wet seasons which have prevailed re. \ .' '! '"

ircuts children.Me he printing business. The -Gazette' Subscribed land sworn, 1023.to before' >v, 'mi, Gently'tending to retard the sweeten 'S. ,%" ,i" 1 r rs w.
bin Ifllh day oC Rcpt :
35cj
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Shaves. ; ? i M From The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, March 30th, 1923) e
and
(
.facilities uip- '
20tinMilton las the necessary e (.SHAD ''tint 'i 1 "fciiHArf8.:! BUTTON.* ing'and coloring the fruit. 'lIe expects
; at Casino Barber Shop. out the higtfestjcUss Public State of Florida at .
nent for turning lotary There are a number of interesting things to be learn.ed
smallestTS the .itrir*. My CommlvBlnn expires Jul] the fruit will pass the sweetness ,

from Graham Kansas, Is(where being he welcomedbark has been job argest:work job., from Its the work has stood the 4. ll.27o. test by the first weak In October around, an ice plant. For instance, the writer was surprised -

upending the summer. The football est of time, and it is a matter of !-\ 2BX- among the earliest varieties This: !! .to learn that freezing doesn't destroy life, at. least \1'

fal1! are all anxious to see him get {ratification to this paper that its'I l H..rl..r| the ('..'nidltli or the year's crop, he prophesies, will run Both J. E. Davis of the proprietors of
and do some of his >oldest customers are its best ones. IUNK 01>' U"IUI. ioi >rvI not quickly. one
into the
togs in sizes.
,, In the Stun"f 1 Plorliln good
I I KiKiyliiiiiii.p.'
..>lIar work of last year. ORLANDO MATTRESS FACTORYiVil ; "I tli* c-loMi* of business I Sf'ptonilivr" 14th Mr. Piano stated> that a meeting of the company, and L. B. Jordan, manager of the plant, affirm ' ''

Star Brand shoes- are better for .... I the citrus growers would Ivj culle-1:! in that a fish may be frozen solid in a cake of ice, kept ",;;

ool, work or dress. wear. New* l.es., take Pillows care of Pads your! cushions mattress trou-Box- .OHIIX.OIII1H_ , Illl Illl i'oll-lll'l-lll III III lOHtXtC:' S<*<'u.1. lay( -42.1 31.4" the near future to inspect the new that frigid attirement for three or four days, and 1'1'in

n I Ics nt McCAUL-EY'S. St. Other Inn" Iti'iil I I'lBtiili.: r.-.S3l I Ii.llnthi't equipment and to plan on t') ir. >\l'- he'll his tail and speed off
West South I wiggle
- "nrinprs, etc. 500 I..111 IIH ninl IHHi-olintH I 17C..B477oidrnfls !\ :' thawed out, whereupon
J I Mr J. H. Prator, of Micanopy.\\ Orlando, Fla. Phone 804. aA.I >"' - Ifi7! mont of this year's crop. for Both these gentlemen'say they
the wear
'nll.-il' stiitiH, ll. lul, 2Ti.Illl".'IntniK none worse
Fli !
rida
accompanied to WITNESS: AT COUNTY COl'KT H. ,.:. itiiltiiH, ,, rt.. 1:1.111111' in.tiukliiu BROKE ALLATTENDANCE the It brought the (.f
- /pas and Mr,. IS 1IKU\ FOR I'KRJl'IM: :ix.3M I 3"< nECO\\())
\ -it ::11. < Pounds' parents I and I Kixtiiri- : of in water which might be impure. The tin' J.f
l L R. Gilbert 1'i:. B7X 51 I germs,
Pi, itoi's .KinU-r-iii. law, Mrs. J. Ulii-r- IU-.il liil.
_ During the trial of Sam Story, or .oar friini' I iiriirixirii, .11I..nk", .ts..332 71, I Continued from- -Pare One) quirer had always supposed that the freezing would just '..
___ __ the last. day of county mutt for t .''UHI 1 I.. "IIIH . x3.31nsh ], his between-act speciality, a Fol-
shooting( a squirrel out of season ( on II.mil _27.USX x-' dc-rol on with local adaptationsThe about put the finishing touches to germs, but, if a fish can
= h department la song '
=: KI upped Itp C.azette's: to do all'Jo kinds of job print- Barney Johnson one of the than witnesses he had Ti.till. .u-_ u J41fi.S6l.4l orchestra, -under the directionof I live frozen, he wondered about various unpronounceable ''f
different testimony
reasonable gave Idablltiie. Mrs. S. H. Bullock rendered pleasing -
and. at
inc short notice
=: on given before the prosecuting attorney ('liltlll Stock $ 25.ouu11t, ( ,, selections during the evening's (
_ pricesW ___ and witnesses. lie was held for perjury \'iidllilid'| | PriitltH I Lii-HH KxlienHcH entertainment, which merited the en- ferms.This is the beauty of the plant such as the local com
for .. . 1.4imfii
$500
and his bond fixed at and T. -s I'aid- thusiastic appreciation of the crowd
A. Cook, of Buena Vista Geor- of the 1 l>.pasha SubjiMtli should be impure to :
at the fall term I ndlvlduiil 1 which it received. maintains. Even if the water e
_.
of appearance 256.71122.lvlnlC" pany
.
=: v.". is the latest importation unable tc ('h -ck uu.- .u f'
district; court.. On being; .DepoHltB 9H.K2H.3I! --- --- when it becomes ice. The .:,
former u
his impurity
from there's
George W. Persons with no
= : make bond he was committed to jail 'Ini" (Vrtlncateii. of l>e|>i>HltR . & BI.Vrtinid ') start ,
=: <;<.">rtfin: home. He arrived in KisMininee Walter Simon was found guilty bya (" Checks -. _. 6eti ice has all been steam. Coming out of the deep well, such ...
with , !
la and is now t'hprku nutKtnndlnK 4.r.R6.63
= -t Sunday of operating a car for hire ('liKhlir'B .. (' LOVE'S' AUTO & BUS LINE
lury 18.600.01 famous it into the
'Rhl water
= tin Hollar) Limit Store. without license and fined $G IIIlK "") < as has made Kissimmee's passes
a proper
and costs. The Kissimmee! Wholesale Tonal _._ ,$418.8111.41 boilers( is converted into steam, condensed back into'distilled -
= The. :lard annual Fall Term of the of Florida AUTOS FOR HIUEALl. ,
verdict late
Grocery Company had three *61a, ... like the days B. P. and ,i.
next (', tilt\ of OHc< water just like-well, just ,
= T.nnpn Business College opens rendered against it, one to the Saint I I. 1 I. Jo::. Ki-nn, ('ashirr of the aboveained NEW CARS ,
:= ",.< k. Accounting and Railway andCuinmercial Cloud Tribune Company for $41.10 ... bunk do solemnly swear that of then frozen into chemically pure ice. The "raw water I,
b."tor specialty
the make
statement Is true to We a '
= Telegraphy have been ad- and costs one to for the Fernandena$56.56 and th r ''my above know ,ledge and helt..t.L. ice made from water which has not been distilled, hasn'tthis I .
,
.
Trips
=: costs, and one to R. G. Dunn and C..hler.ennltECTATTEST advantage. According to Mr. ,

= ) terms are offered. Write today* pany for $62.50. (!KV.. TEIIHONS. has about the same amount of refrigeration '.t'
to
produce
week. of cheaper ,
and arrange to begin next John Davis was found guilty unlawful T. M. RIVFJItH.(1KO. Kissimmee Headquarters '
possession of distilling ap T. SHll.Kn. Broadway Pharmacy but, in addition to its chances for harboring Impurities -

;;;; I M. Williams returned Ohio Monday and I paratus. Ills notice attorneys of a, Johnston motion for and a and sworn to Directors.Sul'ni'rllxil before me Opposite Potitoffice. Phone 41J. does not last long. And, having in mind various ,.
= from a two months trip to Garrett, gave tlol. 2otli day of Sept., 1D28. t time the
=: New York fctatc. Mr. Williams! predicts new trial.GEORGIA. A. 8. BUTTON. expenses which confront one in the summer f

= a large: Influx of homeseekersinto heard of MAN WILL Notary Public. questioner was glad the local plant is the kind it is. He >t::1
= Florida this winter. Ho
== number of people in the ae.tion. !i hevisited AT BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAYRev. wasn't afraid he'd swallow some fish, but that "lasting ''f.

=: who had sold' their homes and S. M. Sigler, of Kentucky, and luality" business had a big appeal. ',:

== were coming to Florida to buy. Tennessee, but more recently of Bowman ;

(How many stores do you trade at? of, Georgia the First, will Baptist supply church in the next pulpit R. CLAY Cases have been known where

Which shoes and drygoods both the
store's
== He will preach at
Sunday. .
= give the best service for the priceyou morning and evening services. fever have lived for
*
paid? Try out McCAULEY'S. Church services will witht the yphoid: germs
==

== Mrs. Leslie Squires is assisting the former Young Peoples time, 7:30 Union p. meeting m., at 6:30 the Garage and Machine ShopSUCCESSOR nonths frozen' in ice.

== Merchants and Farmers Bank in the instead of 7.
=== the head book keeper for the OrlandoB METHODISTHAVE CHURCH WILL You run no risk when you buy your ice from '
= I ank and Trust Company for two SERVICES AT 7:30 I TO CLAY Jk THOMAS

== Years' == taabler of the local institutions, was The evening services of the at 7:30 Kissimmee Ice &
twill be held Farming.Machinery The
bank. church
connected with the Orlando o'clock Methodist t instead oflM 8 hereafter. The : ,, '

==: 1 Take advantage of the speictal;sump Epworth League will meet''at 6:30 Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt

== ear rates offered for the big Instead of 7. ?
p now will be the regular :
Sunday CoIdstoriecOnipany'j
Next
,y FaIl Term"Openlne next week at the conference at the. close of the
church -
== :' Tampa Business College. Liberal I morning aenric BEARINGS ,FOR r NEARLY ALL MAKES OF .CARS.

terns are ,made 'and students may to keep . 1 1'fIJ ::' "
profitable ,
tntfaw It way be just .. DISTILLED WATER ICE
Mlect the
: any course'.We.. Increase'the in- JYKSELL'ONLY'PUBE.
at' .
I 1 r and tale,|h..itudent'to:gwx*.board. down.expense"I *" to .*-*.". I ; \ "i'X'A(' 1 '" "" '"' V te'

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KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 21, 1923 _q _. __ _ ". _._ ._ .. _.__.._
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HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTE PRESIDENT ARY PRESIDENT C OLlDGE.. OF HONOR.SCOUTS


Mentioning in resting fact that ,. .

I his own two sons ,are scouts,and that ,

11 'VOLUME II KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 21, 1923 NUMBER 2 the benefits they have derived from

--. -, -- .- ",.;.. I the 'program has strengthened his i
conviction of the usefulness
organization'
r -:",.:_.:......_.Fred Lupfer SENIOR 'NOTESOn DEBATING SOCIETYThis i Coolidge y
President has accepted -
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I TKX UKTVEJtSAL CARs
I Assistant EditorAlberta Bninson:: Thursday of last week the Senior society was organized in the the Honorary Presidency of

REPORTERS class held its first class meetingand school several yean ago for the pure the boy Scouts of America in the fol- ,
i+ Twelfth Grade; ______Margaret Signer! the following officers' were elected pose of teaching the high school pu letter addressed to Colin II. ,
? Eleventh Grades______Eleanor Rosen for the years: Fred Loafer, presi pils to be better debaters. The ones i lowing I
dent Alberta Brunson, vicepresident who are members of a high school debating I Livingstone, president of the organi-
Tenth Grade_________ ___Ethel Owen ;
; Joanna Hitchcock, ..secretaryand club realize its true value I zation: FALLS wrs SaViE
Ninth Grade ________Frances Bailey "
? when '
into out
treasurer they get college, or go "My Dear Mr. Livingstone
Music Department__Dena SnodgrassTO Hurrah! Two more pupils have in the world, because it teaches. them "You be assured of readiness -
my
joined out class which makes a -grandtotal t to stand on their feet and say what may
TilE FRESHMEN of twenty-four. We. hope that they wish to say. Last year every to accept the honor of the Presidency

nail to Freshmen of '241! the class will continue to grow so, boy in high school and quite a few of the Boy Scouts of America,
Never class before! that we can show the people of Kis- of the girls joined the debating socie- as other presidents have dine from
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a greener simmee what real Senior class looks ty, making a fine mcmbrship.' This
Welcome are 'you to O. II. S. a the organization of the Scouts I esteem
like. Milton Graham is Senior and we want at least twice
a year as many
Welcome and nothing less. this of the incidental
are you post as one -
he will join our class before long, so as we had last. The Freshmen are
.Cheered by this dear old that will make twenty-five. Can you especially welcome and you will need i duties of a president, and likewiseone
L are you beat it? the training for Miss Leitner's de of the most agreeable among
"Higb;
May name approach the bates.' If you don't believe the HenryW. 'them. I have always been deeply --
your very
sky; JUNIOR NOTESWe Grady Debating Society is a good interested in the work of the

To this we add our ]lasting cheer- started society, just-- join it and-see- Scouts, which I regard as an ideal
"Success be yours this coming year!" Juniors have the new ELIGIBLE LIST"FOR ATHLETICSThe mode of and AttentionFordOwners
school year right, for we .have each citizenship: development

j TO SOPHOMORES firmly resolved\ that not a member of following pupils of the Osceola character construction.!' Both my sons
our class shall flunk. Many are wontto County High School having compliedin are scouts, and my observation of the
Come on, Sophomores! Get to work! jest at the size of our class but full with Section 8 of the Constitu benefits they have derived from their I !
For this is not the time to shirk.We're the secret< by which we overcome this tion and-Ily:'Laws of the Florida High affiliation has
strengthened conviction -
\ the ones with pep and grit; deficiency is this: We are united, School Athletic Association, eligible my
are
Come on Sophomores, do your bit! working: together as one for the bet- to represent Osceola County High of the organization's useful
ferment of O. H. S. Watch tis keepup School in any and all athletic contests ness. I shall be glatj to render any r

Sophomore! If we work I feel our reputation of "what we lackin until October 13, 1923: proper service I can to the organization Ford parts, like almost everything: else
We then shall have a class ideal quantity we more than make up Richard! Edwin; Barnes .
Bandy Edgar at any time. worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation
And no other can then surpass!' in quality"Last Beeland
Oren Brown, Arthur
The good work of the Sophomore Friday afternoon the energetic Steed, McClure Lupfer, Daniel Minx. _"Most sincerely yours parts are manufactured to SELL, at the
class: A. J. G. Juniors held class mejeting. (Signed) "CALVIN COOLIIXJE."
a
Lawrence McDonald, Don Oliver Car! of
highest possible rate profit arid the
with two purposes in view. The first Mr. Coolidge is the fourth president
Keep, lIulin Snyder, Carl Spence,
FRESHMAN NOTES of these was to listen to and discuss Geo. Lee Singeltary/ Joe Tucker, Alfred to become honorary president of this I grades 6f steel used are consequently not

The Freshmen held their first class Miss some L VMV itncr important and Miss Bass plans had which to Wilson!' Rudolph Walker, II. Movement; ex-Presidents Wil on and the same high quality, specially heat-

meeting on Friday afternoon. At this lay before UK. Just at present these Wynn, Clayton Yates, David Brunson, Taft are honorary vicepresidents.There treated alloy steels specified in Ford
Irvin Drigger, Russell Edwards
meeting, the following officers were plans will not be disclosed but in case is every indication in the attitude formulas for the manufacture of GENUINE '
Virgil Goetha J. G. Hankins, Yowell
elected President, Joe Tucker vice-
: ; them, promise the -
we adopt we pupils
of President Coolidge that he
Johnson. Harold Wilson Park
Dough FORD PARTS.Don't
president, McClure Lupfer; secretaryand and interesting .
something new -
treasurer, Lambert Campbell very (ten! Clyde Harris Emerson Squires, will continue the late President Hard-
; in the future. The second pur-
girls' athletic Bullock Fred" Lupfer. Raymond Tvner, Lam- ing's policy of intimate enthusiastic
manager Dorothy have class election. The
wasp a
I pose :>ert Campbell, Arthur Bullock be misled-Insist upon GENUINE FORD
: boys' athletic manager, Richard following officers were elected fort participation in all efforts/ to extend ,
Bandy. [he coming President, Eleanor the PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By
year: Day by day in every way, the Literiry work of the Boy Scout Movement.
Rosen; vice-president, Mary Louis Society is getting better and bet so doing you will. get from 35 to 100 per cent
SOPHOMORESGolden Snodfi-rass; secretary and treasurer tH.I more wear from them, and you will pay the I
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Rule for Sophomore Lend Ellanore Overstreet. Bad Luck and the Devil lowest possible -the
: cost
same everywhere. I
Just a few words of praise for our Join the Literary Society and learn
thy Latin translation to thy n<> I
I sisterelathe ninth grade: Freshmen something.If .
thou wouldst have him ilrhbOI'1!
as + Pursued Him"I
we are proud of you-the largest I 50% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS I
thee.On t class in high school! Let's pull you; want to he entertained join
Friday afternoon, September the
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tip-ether then Seniors and Fophoivore the LiteralSo(u4y.R'AFTEiEvery RETAIL FOR LESS THAN lOc, EACH '
fourteenth, the Sophomore class helda *watch out! don't think any one has had more
class meeting at which the following ) : Senior; to join the !bad luck and .sickness than I huve
were elected: President, Athalia Literary !Society.Mr . In !11I1!! ();) I had two ribs an arm and) Ask for Parts Price List
Griffin vice-president, Catherine Re ::1 sport and join the Literary - collar
; bone broken! in a railroad
nccic'ent. -
I J
; l IJower: What j is I/avoitier call.
Society. : i
Denning secretary and treasurer, .
; ( Then I had pneumonia.. After '
Ethel Owen. ed0 When your Fortl car, or Fordson tractor needs I
recovering. I crossed a when
:jigs Lfitner What i is the plural !"tu is Il bull chased me, tossed me over thifence attention, call on us. For remember we are prop-
Be like the of myself? I'r of combustion. the father
woodpecker e your meaning(
and bloke my right leg. Ii erly equipped, employ competent mechanics, and
head and the selves. of modern .
join Literary Society. J'l'eshie-My chemistry)
I 1910 I had typhoid fever since then
; use Genuine Ford and Fordson pans in all
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which medicine doctor repair work:
touched
MCCARTHY GOES TO ALABAMA! LEGION TO PROTECT VETERANS no or I
until two years' ago I got a bottle of
VETERANS' ENCAMPMENT AGAINST, ; LEASING SYSTEM IX CIVIL SERVICEThe ; Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, which M. C. AUTREYAuthorized

-- proved the first ray of light; in thirteen -
John A. McCarthy left Friday for Supporting the stnr.d of the right of civil service employes'' years." It is a simple, harmless Dealer

Chattanooga to attend the National ican Lppiifi in Alabar"s for Amer-I who were veterans of the World war preparation that removes. the catarrhal -

Encampment of Spanish War Veterans ment of the state's convict to retain their positions has been mucus from the intestinal tract KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

as delegate from Theodore Roosevelt system, many civic organizations tested by American Legion officialsin and allays the inflammation which
Camp Number 13. District of Columbia courts recently causes practically all stomach, liver
yg R throughout the Cotton State! are and intestinal ailments, including
Mr. McCarthy is a Saint Cloud working in favor of the movement.j and may be taken to the United pendicitis. One dose will convince ap-or 1 -. -- ----

booster and carried with .him a large One of the most recent," of these was 1 States supreme court if necessary to money refunded. J. Z. Roberson, anddruggists

number of leaflets and other litera- the Lion's Club of :Mobile, which, nf protect the veterans' rights. The vet- everywhere.

ture setting forth the advantages of ter speakers from tho Ic-gicn l had to!lIthe : trans' organization, according to leaden i ----- ---- -------- -- - -.. . .
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the "Wonder City." members what the system meant is intent in its purpose to see that

r Bourn -"a relic of an ancient age"-unqualifiedly those former soldiers now employed
Temple, Mystic Shrine of '
Baltimore] endorsed the action of the by the government under civil service
presented the concrete .

a ? body container of the In late which President will repose the in legion tem.READ in fighting for a changed sys without, are just not cause discharged and hearings.by officials F- k


i the temporary vault at Marion.Harding THE VALLEY GAZETTE 'I The D.case Robinson in .point of Virginia is that,of an William em-- i ) $ [ ,1

ployee of the income tax division of

the internal revenue bureau. Robin. '

.ooo.oo oo..oo.oo.ooooooooooo'Otooooooo..oooo.ooo.oo. son was notified late in July that his .ii" 'wJtr.

r! D\1\ \ I '\ \ ;11 : ; I I : /11'' services would no longer be required
))1\ \ j1m11 11, \ III\ I I!JI r I ::/ II because of a redaction in personnel
\ If I and on account of his efficiency rat

1 IJ ing. He appealed to the courts and

1, was l granted a temporary injunction
Paint and Varnish Products
-11" straining the bureau officials from
er J.
... -t J discharging! him until a final plea

.-- 0} could be heard. It was said that this .

; was the first instance that the government t Prevent Destruction .t.tI

had e\or been directed by .
: ; t, '
,. -d t-; -po.<<:::f.i. :z!: the courts to keep an employee on the I 1

:; .. :C pay roll. Arguments of officials in
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s '. -. ,,- .!; the hearing are expected to develop
+ reasons for the proposed discharge


Florida Feed Stores s* of If Robinson.the legion is successful in the

fight l for the retention of Robinson, it ,

306 Broadway f: is expected that nearly 300 other ex-
'service rr.en. formerly employes under -
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Telephone Us Your Needs : civil service will seek reinstate

ment. Under the law, veterans are
CALL UP NO. 218TWO.ONEEIGHT given preference in such positions,

( ) ; when possible.WORLD'S" .


I Free ServiceTo ; CHAMPION TO itflr
ENTER LEGION MEET I


Poultry; RaisersIn Charlie Paddock the "human fla V IJ I The Wrench>
addition to supplying you with the best will defend his laurels in all sprint I I of
up to the 440-yard dash at the athletic an Earthquake
Chows for feeding have established 1
t we a e
meet to be held during the American -
t special service department. On request a Legion's convention in San Francisco i I are in the Frost!

,, poultry expert will call at' your home to give October 15-19, it has been announced

7 advice on building poultry houses, care, feeding committee.by the convention's athletic ITS icy grip tears apart the strong-

ll and treatment of poultry diseases. Also Paddock, who is scheduled to tl est joints, and forces a thousand
show how cull returnto 9 openings in the wood for rain and rot
you to unprofitable birds from his homeIn Pasadena within the I
next two weeks will to enter. Its freezing clutch starts
your flock. This service is free. start training

i Phone us for an appointment. at once for the legion meet, which !has ,; j1 certain ruin in a hundred secret

been called the "American Olympiad." places in your home.

He hopes.to smash some of his I '
Headquarters for pres- -
'
ent world's records.In Prevent this destruction. Shut

i addition to the track and field 4.i 1 I I out the fury of the elements with the

PURINA POULTRY CHOWS ii contests, there will be numerous other( magic wall of paint. Use Devoe l'

F ; athletic events during convention Products to give your home Invincible .i

week at San Francisco, including tert- protection and enduring beauty t>(

Y niB, baseball, basketball, football, golf, 'I

3CHICKEH ingle corps competitions, swimmingand Paint, Shingle Stain. HI t rw

b (HWDER a other sports. fntt etm't slum k.mn jnHttttt mUk: s ,r.1 ',
Entries for an events are being'received v ''DTO. IMA sad Z .. HOTM Palat' r W. B..MAKINSON) CO. )'

with ',the'.American' Legion na*' d'p.vo.Plldyl.at.la.* kPdst 1 *- 't,. :KlstJmmee, J'Iodda'It " '
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t tonal convention committee PalaceHoUWSan7FrandscorAll > : "1"' Azle .

/ Itglorvnalrts '

), __ are, litfolejo! ,compete-in ,tu ,*; .
IIIO Q O $ D $ O, *..$ ,. $-$ athletic program., ; '
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-.- R.I&8IMMEB VALLEY GAZJrI FRIDAY SEPtBMBEK 21.. T123I ...
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I r LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS !)1 110 Circuit CircuIt of the Court State for of tha Florida nth Judicial In and :arty ba* 1"lth .nt.asia delinquent'prop.' manded lat to ,.ss.ar.4n paid suit on the f.A P. 18iaurtii.tb. legal "
for Osceola day of October
County. Special c Road and V :
SrldE. District No. *, Osceola County. municipal taxes.., Toe In are hereby com Witness the Judge A D UI.of said ,gVt In front dr. of
said Hou. Osoeola
- appear suit oa the Court and Klaslmmee.
the seal this
'Iorld. plaintiff v. State of lat day ., thereof on the I
TIIH COUNTY JUDGE) COWHT, In Validation Florida October. A D HIS, Ith day of September A. D. 1111. Florida sell at public outcry for
1 N 'lrcult Court "th.. Judicial Clr. nArS! of Bonds. Witness the Judge of said hand to the highest and beatFlorida
IN AND! KOH OSCHOLA COUNTY: cult for Osceola County, TO TiE TAX PAYERS AND CITIZENS Court and the asSU I J. ,I. OVBR8TRBET. bidder the following

HTATM OP KI.OH1DA. In Chanoeryj Jewell "IorI of 4 Specia Road and Bridge District No. 1th .dajr ,of $ tb.ref. D.on thl.. tha. (Circuit CourUleal Clark, Circuit Court ? Kissimme' Osoao'lft'County.

In Kai Estate of Elizabeth Young, velopment Co., a corporation or anl.- County Florida said Special f.' L. OVBR8TRBET. I ) v ist .
DeooR..d.XTATION.. ed and existing under the Road and Bridge District being Township : 10
laws of the Clark Circuit Court 1 Sf'ffto of T of
Btate of Florida Complainant Versus Twenty-Ava (It) South Range (Ciruit Court Seal) Jo C or SUIT.. $f. F. Bass Re 10 of Bloo 1. I.-
John Fay .! Bill to Twenty-seven (17) East of Tallahassee . to.1 In 7. t, ., 10, of Ross Add
To: Allla Rhodes, Forbes, Missouri; quiet Title. Order of Publication. Tb. Meridian.. Osceola County, "Iorlda You SUIT. ida.Circuit Court 0.001'County, Flor I.1
Arbellan Slpae! Forbes Missouri) Ku. ?tat9 of. Florida tot Arthur Fell and are hereby required to cause, if "IOlcm.o" Town of Clr. Com. to.1' GARRET .
"". Carter. Forbes Missoarter. ; Lottta Annis' JT.11. hi. _lfe. of London England any you have on the llth day of Hep In Circuit Court Oaoeola County Flor. plalnant versus; \
? Forrsst City Misson *; Orc.3DrptV. ; Olver Hungerford Palmer If- tember,A. D. 1911. at the courthouse I Ida. Town af Klsslmmea City Coraplalnant Lt.. I A 1 of Block, t of N. P. SALE. .
1011 H. 14th 8t.. St. Joseph living, dead all parties at Klsslmmea, Osoeola County. versus; Ra of Blocks I, 1, I,' C, T,, JOICI .
)1I.aourl;. HerbertBush. No. 401 Ange- Interests under Oliver Hungerford claiming Pal why the bonds of Special Florida Lots 8 to 10 Ino. Block Boswall I", I. 8. 10. 1.II. of Rosa Add. Sit.tiate NOTICE la hereby given 'that -
fA In purJSfJ1
Jlque St.. St. Joseph MI..ourl; Dora mer, deceased .>: o Otherwise In that Drldl. DI.trot No. 4, Osceola County Re Sub. Dlv. of Lot ) KI..lmm. O.cola County to a Final Decree the
I&VI'' No. 401 Angellque $t.. St. .Jo... property b.r.lnatte.. d.crlb"41' John 'lorld& par. valua of 180,000 00, and Payne Situate In Klaslmmae, Tlje State day of ApriL 'Av D. mi"in tha
of Florida
h. Missouri; Jamas Bush. Urahaii*. Robert If dead proceedings. upon which the same County FlorIda. to all parties In Circuit Court of O.ceol.County
b laHlourl: Bertha Slpes (Mr.. Nora all parties claiming Interests under are as shown the Petition The State of Florida to all In- ter.t.d In the above described prop Ida In. Ch.n..I. No. Fo.
bJ erty. The
811'...) Jo'orbe..MI.lIOurl. John Robert Murray deceased or other filed In the above the Clerk's tereatad In the above 'p.rte. has.' Instituted Town of Klsslmmee City suit of Klsslmmee cttV.a>
Ami to all other person. Intel..ste In the hereinafter described real, e.. scribed: Francis H. S. Hatton If living of September A D. should not be baa Instituted suit against said prop. municipal taxes.collection of the delinquent vs. All Complanat
You
and,If dead all parties claiming validated and "confirmed arty for the collection of the delinquent manded are hereby com. of land hereinafter Respond
** WITNES to
NOTICB Is hereby riven to you and Interasta under Francis H. Via Judge of tha above m' municipal taxes. You are lat appear In said suit on the 1nt. that on the decrlb. October
.nch of xou. that James doff a. admin de..a..d. or otherwise In S Haton name as Clerk of said Court and the manded to appear In said I h.InCOt'; Witness day of October. A. D. 1111. A I"*.during the ot
the
Judge boa.
strator of the Estate 'of Elisabethounv ) hereinafter described: All parties seal of said Court this the Ith day of 1st day of October A. D. Court and the seal and Clark tr.said .al. at the front door .
deceased has flied a Petitionin claiming Interests under Margaret R, September X D. 1111. Witness the Judge and Clerk of said Ith day of thereof on the ., In Klsslmmea. Osceola County
Tine above styled Court. setting forth Kohent.rt.r. deceased or otherwise J. L. OVERSTREET Court and the seal thereof on this the Se't.mb.. A D. 1823. Florida I will sell at public outcry forbTd'dh.r.iinBfdontoowtnh
thltt there are debts and charges .due described to- A* Clerk of above tth day of D. 1111. ,
to1owln. property A sate
and owlnu by said Kstate and that then.monal wit: (Circuit Court Meal) Court S.'t..mb.r. (CiretiitCourtSeal Circuit Court. ; tract 01

I Kslate Is Insufficient for the Lots 11 and IT of Section It. Township JOHNSTON QARRETT. Circuit. Court ) to-I uate I KI..lmme.' '"U Count
Purposes of paying such debt. and 15 South. Range 31 East ac- As Counsel for Special Road and Bridge (Circuit Court Seal) 40-lt NOTICE SI/IT. Forid. ,
,'hlIrg.M. and that It I. necessary// cording to the Plat of Narcoossne. 1)istrictlNo i 4, Osceola County Florida -- 4. I, I I of Block 14 of
rent estate for that on the llth NOTICE or SUIT. N. F. Bass-Re Sub of Blocks 1.' 1.
-the purpose of In Circuit
.11 day
fled January Court.
a I-l Osc4)ola) County. FlorIda 5. (. 1, I, .. 10 14
r .
and praying for an order to take &posunion ). 1890. 4 Town of Klsslmmea .1 of Ross Add. -
City. Com 4
.,- or the following real estate a* .ALSO: All of lit; Lots NOTICE! OF SUiT In.Circuit Court. Osoeola County. Flor. versus: O. GARRETT
D kelt. ida. p1aln.nt 4-It
Town
for the payment of debt and 7. 9 and 10 126: All of -- of Klsslmmea City. Complainant to 11 Inc. of Block 6 of N. BpadalMastar.NOTICB .
fhiiriri'H duo and owing. vis: blocks 12S snd 117 of In Circuit Court Osceola County Flor- versus; F..Bass
the Re.
New Sub.
Blks 1 1. E 1
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T. t
Ma. of Klsslmmea Lot 10 of Fla. L. A I Co'Add. OF .
I.ots Fifteen (It) and Sixteen (i6) Town of Narcoossee. to City. Com I I. 10, 14 A It of Ross Add. Sltu- ALB.
,.f Ulock Fifty-one\ (lit). of St. the Plat of .. .ccordlnl. plalnant veru.; Situate.In Klsslmmee O.caola ate In Klsslmmea, Osceola County NOTICE I.
Block 'A', of Boswell'si County, Florida. hereby given that :
1..1.. according to the Plat of the Townslte Company. filed the Tire par
"HemliralLnhd and InvestmentCompiiny. llttl' day of ....bruary. A. D.on 1911. Ro-8ub. Dlv. of Lot 15. Payne fc State of Florida to all utI. In.t.re.ted The Florid.. of Florida to all parties interested tUfi\.to day*of Final Dore. entered on the' ,'.
Situate In St.' Cloud. Situate In Oaeeola County, Payne Add. Situate In Klsslmmee In the above In the above described Circuit Aprl A D. 1111. In tha '.
Florida Osoaola County. erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City prop Court County.. Flor
Florida.1111in.l")1tl .
nm-e.ln. County.;: you and each of You and each of you are hereby commanded Tb. State of Florida all parties interested -_ has Instituted suit against said property ertyr The Town of Klsslmmee City I"a In Chancery, Docket No. 1400. In ,
110114.
you and required to appear on the in for the collection of the .In.ttuted suit against said p.op. suit of Town of Klsslmmae
City
,
nil <>ll..>r persons Interested are d.crlb..d prop- d.lnqu..nt erty of the sv t
I. mill lat day of th.
delinquent Municipal
October, A D. 1821 (same ert). The Town of Klsslmmee City municipal taxes. You are Corporation, Complainant
hen by commanded to appear beforei. being the Rules day October Un has In.ttut.d suit said appear In said suit the municipal taxes..rYrnU : h. vs. All parties Interested In tha tract :,
.. ut KlHHlmmee Osceola County to the Bill of Complaint filed In this collection a..ln.t property 1st day of October A, D. 1911. mantled to ltbnOOt';, of land hereinafter Respondent ..
delinquent -
; .. the 3rd day of October A lit day of October. A. D. decrlb.i.
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,vl4dfl cause. Witness the and that on the *
municipal taxes. You Judge Clerk of said UI. < October '
hereby
I II |1923. Kiid.. to show cause. If any you Witness the Honorable C. O. An- to appear In ::" suit on commanded the- Court and the seal thereof on this the Witness the Judge and of sal A. \\D. 192$. during the legal hours of
I""'e "llv su'd' Petition should not be"TviTNKW drews as Judge of the above Court. lIt day of October A D. 1923. 8th day of September A. D. 1913. Court and the seal thereof on this the sale at the front door of the Court
and name as Clerk thereof and the Witness the Judge and Clerk of said J. I. OVERSTREET. 8th day of S."t.mb.r. A. T). 18U. House, In Klsslmmee Osoeola County. "
: : 'my name. as County Judge rl'r seal thereof this the 18th day Court and the seal thereof on this the Clerk Circuit Court.. I J. U OVKR8TREET. Florida I I will sell at public
ot IIHCOI|'< ( ,,uiity. Florida, at Kh..hn1"'lh.r of July A, I). 1923. 8th day of September. A. D. 121. : (Circuit Court Seal) I Clerk Circuit Court. "h In hand, to the highest anVbist
with the Seal of m .0-1 (Circuit Court Seal) 401NOTICE bidder,
nice > J. U OVKR8TRKKT. Clerk. J L. OVKR8TREET. the following tract of land situate -
oflli'. ""'- the l 22nd day of August A. I (Ct. Ct. Seal. ) Hy 8 H. Bullock H C. Clark Circuit Court. NOTICE OF SUIT I; n vis"mm"I >unty. ,
I) J:.: ,' I KIUBB8 A STICK). (Circuit Court Seal) 40-1 OF SUIT. Florida : (

f sIAI.: T. U COMER' Solicitors for Complainant.. S4-8t -- -- In Circuit Court Osceola County Flor LSt 1 to 10 Inc. of Block I of
,I"uI', Judge of Oseeola County ida. Town of Klsslmmee City Complainant In Circuit Court. Osceola County, FlorIda N. F. Bass R*' Sub Div Blocks' 1.
U. ',,1 Florida. NOTK NAI.K NOTiCE_ OF SUIT.In versus; Town of Klsslmmee City. Com I. a. I. 7- ., '. 10. 14 of Ross .t
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MA"TFn'l .
Beg. 47' 8. of NE. Cor. Lot 80. F. plnlnant versus; Add. 1
e Is hereby given that under Circuit ourtO.coI. County, FlorIda to 8 Inc. A
Not I. 10 A 11 of Block
I. Co's Add.
OF . Runs 8. 40 W. O. P.
HIIKKIFF'NTi .
\TIC" .E.
virtue of a final decree of fore Town of Klsslmmee City Complainant 9 of N. F. Bass GARRE.
116. N. 40'. B. 116'. In Klsslmmee Re Sub. of Blks. 1. <-st
\ithur R. Donegan and To all closure made by the Judge of the Seventeenth versus; Osceola Slu.t 1, 6. 6, 7.. 8, 0. 10. 14 A 16 of Ross ,.
Wh"0 It May Concern: Notice I. Judicial Circuit of State of Lota 11-14 .11, Block 'B', Do.wen The State of Florida Add. Situate In.Klsslmmee, Osce NOTICE
lorlda Or
's"! n that the undersigned a. hPro-1 Florida. In and for Osceola Couht). InChancery. Re-Sub. ) of Lot II. Payne A terested In the r above to described all parties ola County, Florida 8AMB.

iff of ( ....ola County. Florida on April 10th 121. In a certain Payne Add. Situate In Klsslmmee. erty. The Town of Klaslmmee prop The State of to all parties Interested NOTICE Is hereby given
end by virtue of the following cauctherein wherein Osceola County. City In that pur-
undir p.ndlnl. Florida has Instituted suit against said the above described prop- suant '0 Final Decree
entered
......ullon. to-wit: George W Fox was and J.W The State of Florida to part In erty for the collection of the prop- erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City lth day of February D. on the
E' ., iitlon dated the lit day of B.toml' Miller. Jr. Administrator of thee.t.te terestetS In the above described *prop municipal taxes. You delinquent has Instituted suit against said property Circuit Court of A 1111, In th*
A. D. 1110. Issued out of the of J, W. Miller deceased. Marlon .rt). The Town of Klsslmmee City to appear In said are hereby suit commanded the- for the collection of the delinquent ida In Chancery,.o".ocntil'IOr; -;

Court of Osceola County. Florida It 111.1. Ocean Bass, al.o known aa has Instituted suit ag.ln'at said property 1st day of A. D. 1111. on municipal taxes. You are hereby com the suit of Town
taeed upon a certain JudJm'nt' J. M Duncan. as TrusteeIn for the ., of the delnqu.nt Witness Oclol"r.. a'd Clerk of said manded to appear In said suit on the. Municipal Corporation Ct a
rrnilcri d In a suit brought bY J.me. Bankruptcy of the estate of Roll municipal taxes. You are .. Court and the seal thereof on this the lit day of October. A. I). 1.1S. vs. parties Interested Complainant
K Door PI.lntl. vs. Arthur Don..n .- U.... Rt Johns Cattle Company a corporation manded to appear In ..14 suit on the 1th day of September. A. D. 1923. Witness the Judge and Clerk of said of land hereinafter described. Respond
K. d..f..etant. said judgment b..ln" and GeorgeV.. Mann were 1st day of October. A. 1921. J. L. OVER3TREET. Court and the seal thereof on this the eats, the 1st day of
dat.'d I ho 14lh day of November. 1917a respondents. I. as Special Master appointed Witness the Judge and Clerk of aald Clerk Circuit Court 8th day of September A. D. 113.J. A D. trltlou the legal bc'be1
ni-orded In Final Judgment Docket In said cause In the place and Court and the seal thereof on this the (Circuit Court Seal) l.. OVKRSTRBBT sale, at the front door of
No 1. page 111.I stead of Lewis O'Bryan, have taken Sth day of September. A. D. 123.J. h_ ____ to-I Clerk Circuit Court. House vln Klsslmmas, Osceola
did therefore levy upon and under charge of and will offer for sale be. L. OVBR8TREET. NOTICE OF SUIT.In (Circuit Court Seal) 40-1 Florida I sell at public outcry County, for
.,,,,1 i hv virtue of said levy. wil offer fore the Court House Door. In Klsslmmee Clark Circuit Court. ? wil> to the highest' and best
for ale and sell the which Osceola County. Florida during (Circuit Court Seal) 40-1 Circuit Court Osceola County), Flor NOTICE SUIT. bidder, the followingtract of land sit-
the said Arthur E. Donegan had on the legal hours of sale, on Monday. Ida Town of Klsslmmee City Compl.lnant uRte, n Ki.siminee, Oscaola Ocunty.
'ih.- 14th day of November. 1MT (d.tn October the 1st. 1923. to the highest NOTICE OF SUIT. versus; In Circuit Court. Osceola County. Flor Florida vie:
of Final JldKm.nt. In the followingdemrlhed and best bidder for caah. the following Al of A. C. L. Ry. In Block 4 ida. Town of Klsslmmee City Com 8el. 100' S. of NB Cor. of Block
located i In OHCV- described real estate situated In Osoei In Circuit Court. Oscedla County Flor- Ross Add. Situate In Klaslm- plaln.nt versus; T Bass' Add. Run W, *11'
ola County, Florida to-wit: i County Stale of Florida and deis6rlbed ida. Town of Klsslmmee City Complainant mee. Osceola County. 1. 4. I A of Block 10 of 8. lOO'-B. HI' and N. 100'.
The 1of the 8Mi of the NW14 of I as followsAll of the Northeast versus; The State of Florida to Florida Interested j N. Bass Re. Sub., of BIke 1. 1. (, a. P.
ih. *1\\' of Section 14. Quarter (NRH ) of Northwest Lots 1 .2. Block 'B'. Boswell Re- In the above ..1 parte. 6. 8. 8. 10. 14 A 16 of Ross Add. 40-1' GARRET.
The 1 bf the N\V' of Section Quarter (N\%), and the Northwest Sub. of Lt II. Payne A Payne erty. The Town of Klaslmmee. City j I I Situate In Klsslmmoe, Oaoeola 1..1.__
31. Quarter (NtV'4) of Northeast Quarter Add. Klsslmmae Osce has Instituted suit against said property County, Florida KOTUI OF
\I $In Townahlp IS. South. Range i (NHVt ). and fractional Northeast Quarter ola County Florida. for the collection of the delinquent The State Florida to all parties interested -----8AI.1. .
U East. I I ( NK"4 > of Northeast Quarter The State of Florida to all parties Interested In the above described prop NOTICE I. hereby given thaipur-
The said Interest In said property ( N.of 1",101 Sixteen (II), Township In the above described prop- : cIJao'arYinU: ::InCOt'; erty. The Town of Klsslmmea City auant to a .. .ntered'OI the

he cold bv ma as .tor..ld. at pub- < Tw.ntY-Iv. (IS) South. Range erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City lat A ha Instituted suit against said property llth day of February. the
.11 auction- be/ore the Court Iiou., I ae. and also the Southeast has Instituted suit against said prop- .. the Judge Clark of said for the collection of the tmunicipal Circuit Court of Oseeola County .Flor
door at Klsslmmee Osceola CountFlorida )-. Quarter SBU) of NorthwestQuarter erty for the collection of the delinquent Court and the seal thereof on this tbs taxes. You are hereby com Ida In Chancery, Docket No. 1'14., In
between the legal hours ,-f i (N\VV4) and Southwest Quarter municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded Sth day of A D. 1911. manded to appear said suit on the suit of KI.lmm.City, a
-nl.. .oi o..tober lut.-A D, Itll. at whlcutime (SW'4) of Northeast Quarter to appear In said suit on the I I 8e't.mb"r. let day of October .A. I). 1(11.Witness Municipal Corpraton
nalil property will be knocked (NK% ) of said Section Sixteen 1st day of October A. D. 411.Witness Circuit .Court. the Judge and Clerk of said vs. All COIPtlnant
down to the highest and best bldd'r Township Twenty-five ( ) (1. the Judge and Clerk of said (Circuit Court Seal) Court and the seal thereof on this the of land hereinafter described. Respond
Ii
or hirtd. m for rash therefor.Thi I Range thirty (10) Baat. being the Court and the seal thereof on this the t-I Ilk day of A D. ItlS. ents that on the Istrday .

the 27th day of August. A, 1>. aame lands conveyed to James W. Mll- Sth day of September. A. D. 1111. NOTICE OF S VET.Iii I 0, 8"'t..b.J ERSTRE1T. A. D. lilt during the :hours oi
,021 I* R FARMF.R, i iAn lei, by If. H C.hon. et ux. Oct. Sherif of Osceola County. Florid. l 10. Wetherbee.. et ux. May 10th. dork Circuit Court. Circuit Court. Oaeeola County. Flor > (Circuit Court Seal). 401NOTICB House In Klsslmmea. .. County,.
I-lt I I 1916. .lames. Milliard et ux. Anrll (Circuit Court Seal. ) 40-2t Ida Town of Klsslmmae City Complalnant. > -- Florida I wil sell at publlo outcry, for
--- i 17th. 1(17. Myrtle Llghtsey. et vlr.i versus; OF UIT. to the highest and best
OTI< K OF SAI.K. j i February IXth. 1111. by deeds recorded NOTICB OF SUIT. 8. 71' of Lt IS of Fla. Land A Imp. In Circuit Court. Osceola County. Flor 'bidder the following tract of land alt.
f.ER..r" I respectlvrlv In deed Rooks 12. page -- Go's Situate In Klsslmmae. ida. Town of Klsslmmes, City Complainant .at. I In KI..lmm. O.cel County
All WhomIt
and To
To F K Woodward In Circuit Court Flor versus .
11; Rook "BB". page III; Book 48. page Oaeeola County. Oceola County Florida. ; 'Iorld& *.
Mm Concern: Notice I. hereby tlvn j I 68 and 101. In the office of tha Clerk ida. Town of Klsslmmea City, Complainant The State of to all parties .Interested 10 of K. r. Baas Re Al of A, C. I... Ry Bike >
,- that the und.r.l.n. as Sheriff of I ICWceola I of the Circuit Court of Osceola County versus; In Florida. . described Sub. Dlv. Blocks I, 3. 5. t. 7. 6. '. .I of W. A Patrick's Add. ..Ir

County. acting under Florida. to all of which reference Lots 11 A 14. Block 'A', Boswell erty. The Town of Klsslmmee prop-Cit> 10 14 .16 of Ross Additon 811.uate G. P. GARET. J' .
following executions t
and by virtue of the Is herein made Deed at cost of purchaper. Re-Sub. Dlv. of Lt II. Payne 4k ha Instituted suit agalnutsaid prop Klsslmmee -Jt. '

to-wlt: O. ... KRIBBS. Payne Add. In Klsalmroee. erty for the collection of the delinquent ty Flrida .
Execution dated August Ith. UI. l Osceola County Florida. ', Tha Florida to all 'tarti.s interested ADMUISTRT.ON', ( )
Special Master In Chancery, municipal taxes. You are hereby com. < Ct.tl M 1
sued out of 'he County Court. anti The State In the above described .. ( I
PLKOdKH A DAVIS. of Florida to all parties In.terested mantled to annear In said on the prop ,
' for Oscaola County Ilorlda based upon Solicitors for Complainant. 17-6t In the above described prop. 1st day of October A- D. ...I.. erty. The Town of Klsslmmea City Cnsi.yt Side af Klrt4a..a a:
t' I certain ) In I erty. The Town of Klsslmmea City Witness the Judge and Clerk of Bald has Instituted suit against said property Estate of Jane H. A. McDermlttDeqd. '
lull brought by Dr. C. I). Christ. VB In Seventeenth Jarilelsl Clrealt af has Instituted suit against said property seal thereof on this the for the collection of the delinquent "F the Judge of Said <"
c.r
r. B. Woodward, said judgment belnij Florida. Clreolt. C..rt af Osr*.laCe for the collection of the delinquent fburJ.nft' Ai D. 1911.. j i municipal taxes. You are hereby com. Wher..., J. T. Drawdy
dated the (th day of August U: .. la municipal taxes. You hereby commanded J. I. OVERSTREKT manded. to appear In said suit on the to Court for Letters of Adminis
ty. Bill for I>I-
recorded In Countv Court Judgment C..r. to appear In ::" suit on the Clark Circuit Cou"tCircuit lit day of October A. D. 1021. tration on the estate of Jans'H. A. Mo.

Bonk No I. page 111.Eiriutlnn .0. lit day of October, A. D. 1921. ( Court Seal) 40-2t Witness the Judge and Clerk of said Ipr.lt. deceased late nf said a
dated August 23rd. lf 23. Myrtle Cocke. t-omplalnant. va. Witness the Judge and Clerk of said Court and the seal thereof on this the : J CultJ
(...,.d out of Justice of Peace Court. I William Fletcher Cooks. Respondent.OROKR Court and the seal thereof on this the -- Sth day of September A. D. 1>2I. These Are, Therefore. To cite and ad-

PInt l'IMtrl.t. Oaoeola County. Florida.fcutd 0. PUBLICATION Sth day of September A. D. 1923. NOTICE OF SUIT.In J. I* OVB118TRKKT. monlah all singular tha
render-'d I On the 1st. A. I>. and creditors of kindre
on a certain Judgment Monday.) October J. I. OVBRSTREBT. Clerk Circuit Cou.t. said deceased
In a null brought by.. A. Soudera. \ aK 1923. the ..m. h.lnl a Rule Day of Clerk Circuit Court. Circuit Court. Oaceola C"nty.Flor- (Circuit Court Seal) U-I appear before this Court on or'before
belnij i thin Court the "William ida. Town of City. Complainant the Sth day of Oct. ,_
K: \otxlward. Judgment respondent. (Circuit Court Seal) KI.lmme. A. n. lisa. ->n"- 'HI* '
fluted the 6th day of August. 1923. and, I i Fletcher Cocke. required JO appi.irto .40-1 I versus; | NOTICE OF SUIT. ..bJ.clo. If any they have, to the
In .Timtlce of I'ence Record"' the Hill of Complaint fled agalnut NOTICE OF SI'IT. Lots 1 to 6 Inc. of Block 1 of N. F. ; of Letters of Administrationon
."rd.,1
No. I I. rage 101. I' him hereinThla - Kaaa Rs Sub. Blocks 1. 2, fi, t, 7. In Circuit Court. Osceola County Flor said estate, otherwise the same will
I did thereafter levy upon and under order to be publlnhed once each In Circuit Court. Osceola County Florida 8. 9. 10. 14 A IS of Ross Add. Situate ida. Town of Klsalmmee City Complainant be granted to said J. T. Drawdy or-to

..Hid, I h\ \'trtu. or said I.vy. will offer week for four ....na."ulv. weeks In Town of Klsslmmee City Complainant In Klsslmmee, Osceola County. versus: some other fit person Jr persona *
which rK I I Tlie KlHdlmmee a weekly Florida. W. of 8. 100'. Lot WITNESS
for Mill And sell the Interest Ua.fU" versus; Al Ky, Except my name a. County Judgeof
Woodward had on the 2nd daY "fJuh ) newspaper published In OsceolaCnuiitv. : .t Block 'A* of Roswell Re- : The State of Florida to all parties Interested Block 11. Roaa Addition. Situate the County aforesaid this the tth

I!'23. ll hate when property waa Florida Kub Dlv. of Lot IK. Payne Payne I In the above deacribed. prop In Kl slmmi-e. Osceola Coun- dav of Sept. A. D. 12.
In the folowlnl described. I Wttncfln my hand and official a..ltl l Add Situate In Klsslmmee Osce erty. The Town of KI..lmm. City ty. l'l..rlda. (SEAL' ) .. C011ER
r IIA'h.\property : I thin 21 nt day of August. A D 1923. DIaL County Florida. has instituted ault against mill property The ftAte Florida to all parties In- 40-4
.. .1 to-wi .Jldl8
one American F.I. (.trl. Floor Snr- J. U OVKRSTREKT.Clerk The State of Florida to all parties interested for the (.I..clon of the delinquent "' .. In the above described prop-
Machine No. 99. together Circuit Court. In the above described prop municipal are hereby com.mand..d rty The Town of Klaalmmee City NOTIt K M""Trn'8L1 ,.3
r".h.1 I .
equipment and attachment nAr'ol. County "'Iorldl erty. The Town of Klaslmmee City to appear In sitld alI on the han Instituted null against said prop- NOTICE 18 \ Sunder
wih,. "I lielonglng Clreiilt Court Peal) has Instituted suit against said property 1st day of October A. 123Wltn..a erty for the collection of the delinquent, and In pursuance of that certain
1 h I r.lu Interest In said properlv will I I'LKIMIKR A DAVIS.Solicitors for the collection of the delinquent the Judge and CI.rk of said municipal taxi a You are hereby commanded final decree of foreclosure of sale made '
I I- ""Mllt hy me as aforesaid at pulillcncllon. for Complainant 17-lt municipal taxes. You are hereby commanded Court and the seal th'r.o' on thi'* the to appear In all nult the and rendered on the Ith day of Sep
I"or. the Court House !>.irnt to appear In ..aldi on the 8th day of S.plpmbe.. A. n 1923.J. 1st day of October. A. 1923.Wtccsu on t."b('", A. D. 1911, In and by the Circuit -
) OBCeola County. Florida I I lat day of October A. I L..OVEIRTHE"'f. the Judge and Clerk of said Court In and for Osceola County
11""t"n.'p.I. . legal hours of sale "n In County Judge's Court In and foiONccola Witness the Judge and Clerk of said Court and thimnl thereof on this the Klorldu. In Chnjicery In 'a certain ease ..
.1 Ih. In the matter Court nnd the 'svalithereof this (Circuit Court Seal) 4O-2t ,pending therein wherein the Bank
tuber Int. A. D 1923. at Which Mine Bounty, Florida. on the Sth day of S pcmber. A. I> 1923. of
.ild property will be knockctl down to I of the estate of J I Tumhlln rto tIlt day of S'pt'rb"r. A. I). 1923. --- -- J, I. OVhJH.S: rilFHr.Cleii Orange & Trust Company. a corporalion -

Hie highest and best bidder or bldl.r ..a..d. Notice of A ppl.nUon for Final J. U 0vERSTtEgT.Clerk NOTU'F SUIT. : Circuit Court. organized and existing under the
f"i,. itch therefor Discharge TO IT M \Y Circuit Court (Circuit Court Snal) 40-lt 'nw.ii of the HIAt.of Florida Were Complainant -
Thin 27th day Of AUKUM A. T> 1923.I CONCERN. Notice hereby given that (Circuit Court Seal) 40-1 In Circuit Court. 0".01. County, Flor- I -- R. F. :1
R FARMER.A the undersigned Administrator of da, Town of KIsHlmmro City Complainant I IlT. C C. Magruder, as Special I Master
NOTU'F !
I
q R of Osceola County. Florida' I the e.tat of J I Tumblln. d.c..aed. NOTICK SUIT.In vcrnus: aid Court hy said decree appointed. a
.rlf Lots 2 & 3 of Hlock 14 of N K. shaH offer for asia and sell
39*n t will apply to the Judge of the abo\ In Ilr.ul Court. iHceola founts FlorIda to the highest -
,- ,I il I Court for Letters of Discharge from Circuit Court Osceola County Flor- IAI Re 8ul of Hlocka I 2. 5, 6 7. of KI..lmm.,1 City, Complainant and beat bidder for cash at publlo ,
the admlnlntratlon of the above estate ida Town of Klsslmmee City, Complnlnant. 9. 10, 14 & 1ft of Rosa Add Hltuate I veisunFractl outcry before the East Door of the .
> 'III-: (COITY COURT IN ANn FOR I In"'I'.4 at the office of the said Judge at Kln.- vernus.Lots ; In Klsslmnve Osceola Countv. 101 3, Jx..ept Res NW Court House In said Osceola County.

COUNTY FI.OnlOA. I Imne. Florida on the lat day of November 2 to 7 Inc. A Lot 12 Block Florida, :1 Cor. { 60', N 60'. W. In the City of Klsslinmee. Florida on1
PTf'II>1KNT VAOO.OO A. I). 1923. This the 30th day of A' of Iloswell He-8ub I)lv. of Lot The State of Florida to all parties in- i' 140: *: lilock T'. W A, Patrick's Add: MondaIhe Sth day of A.
DAM.UEI COMPANY August A. I D. 1921 15. Payne A Payne Add Situate InK er-sted In the above described prop Situate In Ktnntmmee. OsceulaCounty D 193. between the legal hours of .j
"
11': 011"; FERTILIZER' WILLIAM INORAM la..lrmle. Osceola County, Florida. erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City Florida sale property described said decree
it organized and exlatlnaiiti.ler of' Aa Administrator of the estate of J nan Instituted alit agalnat said prop- The State of Florida to nil parties In- situate lying and tSin I In the
and hy virtue of the Laws II Tumblln. d.r..dJOHNSTON' The State of Florida to all parties Interested erty for the collection of the delinquent terenled In the above described property County of Osceola and State Florida '

the (Iul. of Florida. GARRETT' In the above described prop municipal taxes You are hereby commanded The Town of Klsalmmee City to-wlt:
PlaintiffPTMV As erty. The Town of Klsslmmee City to appear In said suit on the has Instituted ault against said prop NW<4 of the NEK' ) of Section 17. ,K
V 5. AdminiatratOr.38ft has Instituted suit against said preperty lit day of October. A. l. 1923 erty for the of the delinquent Township 1O South Range II Bast.
t .\ WILLIA'M IYNO..1.0 for the collection of the delinquent Witness the Judge and Clerk of said municipal tax.col'clon, are hereby eom- Containing 40 acres. more or less Together
known us CAIT W. LYNO.I I municipal taxes. You are -hereby commanded Court and the seal thereof on thin the mnnded to appear In said suit on the with the tenements. hereditaments -
>efendantV.itlce NOTICE TO CREDITOR to appear In said suit on the 81h day of September. A. I). 1923 lat day of October A. L). and appurtenances thereto belonging

Is hereby Ilven that the above of la Court .f the ('..... ,Isdir. let day of October A. D 1923Witness J. L. OVKRSTRKRT. Witness the Judge and 112.of said or In any wise appertaining j'
ntltl-d. aul was 2nd day I (' state of FloridaIn .. the Judge and Clerk of said Clerk Circuit Courl Court and the eal thereof on this the the same to ba sold to satisfy said de;
AuKunt, U. 1911 Instituted by attachment EclaIr 0.7. of John M. Wlnstanley.Deceased Court and the seal thereof on this the (Circuit Court Seal) 41-2 nth day of September. A D. 1913. cree. ".
; that summons ad respondeniluni I To all Creditors. Legatees 8th day of September. A. IX 1923. .- J. \,. OVKRSTREKT.Clerk I Is further ordered that this notc'
was issued against Captain William Distributees and all Persons hn\- J. L. OVERSTREET.Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT. Circuit Court be published once a week for
l.vng. also known as Capt wLrtik' log Claims or Demands against Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) 40-2t consecutive weeks In The Klsslmmea

the defendant In said cause but said t : (Circuit Court Seal 40-2t In Circuit Court. Osceola County Flr>r- -. -- Valley Oa..t. a newspsper publishedIn .
returned by the Sheriff of Osceolap"untv and each E.t. ,of are hereby notified - -- - Ida. Town of Klsslmmee City Com- NOTICE .. Florida
You. S"LF.
.
unserved. the defendant belnn you present anyclaims NOTICE OF SUIT.In lalnant. versus; C. RUDER.
Out of the State of Florida: that aald and and required demands which you. or Lots I to IS Inc. of Block S of N F. NOTICE I Is hereby given that pursuant Special Master In Cbano..
Wri of Attachment has been levied by either of have against the Circuit Court. Osceola County, FlorIda Kass Re. Sub. Blks 1. 1. 1. 6. 7. S. to a Final Decree entered on the This the 10th day
Sheriff on the following described you Wlnatanley.may deceased Town of Klsjsrnxmee_: City, Complainant 9. 10. 14 A IS of Ross Add SituateIn 12th day of April. A. I). 1921 In the September. A D. 111.
Real Kstate belonging to said de- I eatate of Oaeeola John County. Florida. to the versus; Klsslmmee. Osceola County. Circuit Court of Osceola. County. FlorIda (OFFICIAL SEAL)
f.ndant situate lying and being In Os- I late of W. Persons. Executor Lots IB A II, Block 'A' BoswellRe Florida In Chancery Docket No. 1401 in MAOUIRE VOORRI8,
George
nty. Florida to-wlf: umleralgned within two years Sub. Dlv. of Lot II. Payne APayne to all parties interested the suit of Town of Klsslmmee City, a Attorneys for Complainant404t ,:;,
Tho .0uthwe8 quarter (8W%) of said e..tAt. Add. Slu.te In KI..lmmee.O.ceola th"lo.; above described prop- Municipal Corporation Complainant.vs. .

Tnt H".tlon S..v.n. (1. Township from the date he..ol. A. D 1913. rty. The Town of Klsslmmee City All parties interested In. the tract
.nty-.lx (II Range ".t..d August lath PERSONS. The State of Florida to .1 parties.. Interested has Instituted suit against said property of land hereinafter described. R-snond NOTICE TO CREDITORS
w.
Twenty-nine ( east levied. up- GEORGE Executor. In the above prop for the collection of the delinquent ants that on the let day of October. !. C..rt ef ka v..t. Jadsra, Oaeeatsl

"' as the property of Captain Wll- 18-t erty. The Town of Klsslmmea City : ha A. D. lilt..during the legal hours of C..t;. ..r. : ,
ham l T.WM0h..- defendant-- In the has Instituted. suit against said property : cIJao'aYina ::I' InCOt'; .sale at the front door of th. Court In re Estate of Wllhelm Schmidt.
above- . NOTICE OF INHTITIITIO' OF SUIT for the collection of the delinquent 1st A D. House. In Klsslmmee. Osceola County. ceased t ,D- X4
Now. therefore you. the said Cap- BV ATTACIIMKWTTo municipal ot are h. Witness the Judge Clerk I of said Florida I will sell at public JYb for To all Creditors Legatees. Distributees *?] wand
,l&i ln William Lynx also known as Capt. manded '-arYinU said I InCOt'; Court and the seal thereof on this the cash In hand, to the highest all Persons having Claims .or
w. Lvnir. defendant and all other per- Robert F. Drums, Grocery E.q. Company. 1st day of A D. Ith day of September. A. D. 1111.J. bidder, the following tract of land situate Demands against said Estate ;

Personally be and appear to sa d action 4'-1 RaCe 8tre.t Interested.You and the sealther.ot on this the Circuit Court. Florida via: I tided and required ta present any
:t the Court Housa In the city of KI.th".eJ .- all hereby notified rth day of September, A. D. lilt.J. (Circuit Court 40-lt 1 to 10 Ino. of Block II of claims and demands which you., or ,
are
Osceola Count Florida. ont and each of you. Company I. OVBRSTREBT. N. F. Pass Re Sub. of Blocks 1. 1. either of you may have against the aa-

RUI. Day In November. A. D. 1823 that Flynn-Harrls-Bullard Clark Circuit Court NOTICE or BIT. I. f. 7. I, I. 10. 1 a> II of Ross AlL tate of Wllhelm Schmidt deceeedIat.t i '
l hat Monday the Sth day of the a corporation domici (Circuit Court,Seal) 40-lt G P. GARRETT.40it of Klaslmmaa. Osoeola County. Florida

414 month: else judgment wil be en"ed lit the stats action of Delaware by attachment, ha In the In Circuit Osoaola CountJ.Flor. Special M.t.r.1OC to the underslgned.aAdministratri. of,
against you b defaul. and thtltli. meneed an Osoeolm coun. Birrr. Ida. Town Crt Klsslmmea Complainant said estate, within two
Circuit Court In and for JOIC Cty e ft.
.
law .
will proceed by aued out an attach versus; LE date hereof. jt .
'*.hd tbe! Rales 01 practice 01 this ty. Florida and Robert F. Brans and ba In Circuit Court. Osceola County Flor to 4) Inc. Block I Of N. F. Date4 IPt 1 A. D. 152 . 9 S
.oart cVu.ed. .said writ of to. Ida Town of KINlmm. City Com Bass Re. Sub. BIke 1, 1. I. I, 1. I. NOTICE la hereby given that pursuaitt 8OPHI/ SCHMIDT '
,.WITNESS ,J.. L. OVBR8TREBJT,. certain l ataobment. plalnant. ; .. 10,14 4s 15.of Ross Add. SituateIn to a FIla Dr.entered on th* t'._!t 'Adminiatrwti4z.. a,
'Clerk| *f fits County Court SB*and For levied upon F. ( 'Proor.) Lots $- :-i1-1 A .5.Bosw.U Block--B- KUalmmee, O.0ol County llth day Jrl A 183*. in theClro.ltC"r ,. , ".
Jsceola) County on thist 4thr of Robert Dln..tt'":. the ; ,.f Lot II. County, Flor 'v r .
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