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 28, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01135
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ON NEXT TUESDAY c.- Morris ,Appointed, By Central 'TOWARD 'SCHOOL( .RESUMESTHURSDAY, Share Subscribed_ From ", INTOEFFECIMONDAYMust

Florida Council And Will Devote ,
The Start And Balance Of Total t
Considerable Time To Locals
Osccola County Hunters, To --i' Seventeen KissimmeePcople After October First %Weekly Paid fn During, This Week !\ Have" License To.'Fish'

Form Branch of the State Boy The Scouts Central of America Flor/da'( ''Council is of the Visit Schools Elsewhere Luncheons To Be Thursday Kissimmee has responded to the cry For Commercial Purposes

Game Protective Ass'n in scout way work.for a '1 big-Since! 'forward its organization getting movement under To Get The_ Best Ideas Instead Wednesday_' quake of the in suffering the Orient victims ani of has the not earth'only Except Hook;And Line' '

it hat had difficulties Seventeen subscribed,' but has paid in more than Next Monday October!, will'mark:
many to contend Kissimmee people made Next Thursday noon 9ctohr 4, the the amount
About a year ago some sixty odd I I with most ot which have been automobile trips to Ocoee and Orlando KlHsimmee Chamber of Commercewill I the local designated of the as AmericanRed quotaof the cpenlng of the fishing season '
Osceol.1: county citizens signed what done with and tha fall last.week chapter July. August, and September 'were "'
j away resumption to inspect school build resume its regular weekh* lunch : Cross., A hundred dollars
WitS known as the Osceola County of activities is getting a good ings, with a view toward arriving at eon meetings. The chamber ha been asked and that haa been with was declared 'a closed season in Osceola'eountyf
paid a
Hunters Association Pledge, in which start.J. the best conclusions for new buildings' taking a vacation for a month, during little extra thrown in. The commercial fishing by the
agreed not to do any hunting out C. Morris in Kissimmee. extra last legislature and commercial
they formerly a Scout Master The contemplated ac. whkh time the regular business has be sent to the national
of seaaon, and to use their influence and with a long business train tlon' looking toward an election to decide been carried on by the officers And it will in organization.and fishing prohibited at all times except
and get everybody else to adoptthe ing has Just been to whether come "mighty handy"as by those who have secured proper
to try engaged succeed special school districts secretary, but with no meetings of the the relief work to be done
same pledge. A rather loose 'or' Harold J. Boyd as Scout Execu numbers five and six shall join with' membership. among permit and license. '_ '
the stricken is ,
rnnization was thereby formed and tire Mr. Boyd has asked for a trans number four and for a bond issue fora I Beginning on Octob r tint, when The appeals Japanese from national a headquarters The new law provides that' everyone *
T. L. Comer was chosen: as its fer and will the wishing to fish in the waters ot
Judge go to another council. Hq new high school and a new primary stores finish trwir summer closing to the various local .
i 1Il'ad. recently finished a training course at deoartment building is rapidly crys schedule on Thursday afternoons, the chapters " the county in which. commercial flsh-.I '>
all said if
Recently the Florida Fish nd Game I,a scout conference in Atlanta and tallizing. chamber will meet on Thursday .tn- .Giv -more you can, tng. is permitted, mast apply to Sherifi -, ,
Association has appointeda and if anyone who wanted to have a ? Farmer for a permit, for which h.'
Protective came back to Florida to conduct the James M. Johnston and .S. L., Lup. stead of Wednesday. hand '
I in the has not. in
helping sent
stkU field agent and will endeavor ,camp at Silver Lake where he made fer Jr., have been active during. the Several projects are in view for the his donation it will be welcomed > must pay $1.00. With this permit he
t to create a..s unty Branch of the or- ''a splendid reputation for himself. past few weeks in trying! to get the winter's work including the new predated and put' to good use. ap.All. then applies to Judge Comer' for at,

tanUatiorr"fn every county of the Mr. Morris was in Kissimmee Wednesday necessary petitions under way and school buildings, drainage districts, donations should be made to H, M. license which will cost him $2S.OOand;
Cecil R. Phillips is the state with Mr. the automobile and other a twenty-five cent fee. The judge will
state. Boyd on a preliminary parties of last week I matters community Im Katz treasurer.In .
field agent and will probably be in survey of his territory. He are the result of their efforts to bring portance. The first thing which will Issue a metal license which most be
Kissimmee in the near future to ..orpanne radiates enthusiasm for scout work the matter before as many people as engage the attention of the chamberis printing the list last week of attached to each device for fishing.I '
a !butter association in this 'and will devote considerable time to possible. Those who took the trip to the annual Post Card Week from those who had paid in their subscrip The complete text of the new ,law .

county. Kissimmee and Saint Cloud in getting investigate school buildings wereMr.and October 1 to October 6: tions the names of Mr. and Mrs. O. follows: "'.,
Local aportsrnen are evidently overwhelmingly the scout work back on Us feet in this Mrs. J. L. Overstrert Mr. and Post Card Day was inauguratedfour P. Taw were Inadvertently omitted.Mr. AN ACT making it unlawful to ,
in favor of such an or- city. The local troop has made a Mrs. S. H. Bullock Mr. and Mrs. Dick years ago by the Florida Devel. and Mrs. Taw and Mrs. Taw's catch fish in certain lakes in Osceola .. 'Ifl

lf niiation in this county at they splendid record but baa been handicapped I Bullock. Mr and Mrs. Sam L. Lupfer, I opment Board, and has been maintained mother Mrs. Ringel, were the first County, Florida: To regulate fishing gd'in
realize that by proper conservation by several necessary changes Jr., Mrs. Wills Steed Mrs. C. J. ever since. Last year the Florida ones to send in their subscriptions, certain lakes in said countyt To
Osceola county will continue to be aninter's in the Scoutmastership and has been Fripp, Mrs. W. E. Sanderson ,Mrs. State Realtors Association became actively followed in a few minutes by their provide for inspection of certain fishIng \r
paradise. After consultationwith for several i checks. They called up The Gazetteto devices: To fix and Prescribe a ,
: months without one. A. S. Gilbert Mrs. C. Buckets. Mrs. interested and their secretary
a number of the men, Judge Comer The Troop Committee has been G. W. Best Misses Helen Sawyer and : offered a large silver cup to the real- learn if Kissimmee were to send License Tax upon certain fishing devices
has called a meeting for next working all summer trying to signup E. L. Wenner and James M Johnston.WOMEN'S (Continued on page nine) a donation just as the committeewere i' used In said lakes: To providefor

Tuesday evening, October 2, at the a suitable man for Scout Master, discussing the question. confiscation and destruction of
Chamber of Commerce. to discuss the and expects to be able to resume activities The complete list of the Kisshnmee fishing devices used violation of
proposed affiliation with the state organization in the next week or two. Mr. people who came to the assistance of this Act, and to provide Penalties. for "
and other important mat i i Morris will come to Kissimmee and CLUB TO COMMUNITY HOUSE the Japanese people in the devastated the violation of this Act. ,

'&era. All citizens of the county who spend as much time as is necessary toM area folio wit Be It Enacted By The Legislature- 'a.
of the State of Florida
are interested in preserving! the fishj the new Scout Master thoroughlyinto $5.00-Henry Beelman D. G. Mc : '
Section li i That it shall be unlaw-
and game of Oaceola are urged to be harness and the new county HAVEACTIVE YEAR PLANS ARE MOVING Kay Mrs. Carolyn H. Murphy Judge ful for firm
present. The meeting will be held at i agent, J. It. Gunn who was Scout T. M. Murphy Osceola Hardware any person, persons, of
I corporation to catch or take fish from
eight o'clock. I Master of a troop at Plant; City while Company, A. S. Reed, Mrs. Johanna
the of
Mr. Phillips has issued a statement too much occupied with his official First Meeting Next TuesdayAt Preliminary Work of Legion Ringel Mrs. Minna Taw O. P. Taw, East waters Lake Tohopekaliga Lake ,Tohopekallga or Lake Rua.'

which pretty well covers His the statement situationin is duties to take charge of the troop Four With' Executive Committee For A Memorial Mrs. J. Wade. Tucker J. Wade Tuck. sell in Osceola County Florida,-'any'-
Onceola county. has offered every assistance in getting er.

as follows: I things started. Coach Bowen Committee Preceding Building Advancing | $2.50-Kab Brothers, Judge G. F. other catfish scale bream fish,crappie with or, trout by means',-baas or of , '
Keep your eye on the Florida Game also is an ex-Boy Scout interested Kribbs.
and Fish Protective Association. This in the work, and will contribute | $2.00-Mr. and Mrs. R. M. I any device or la any manner, at anytime q
The work of the Kissimmee Worn- With a "return to normalcy" of the Angas. except by hook and line, or' rod
organization faces a wonderful tomorrow such help as his teaching and coaching I, en's Club will begin next Tuesday, club and organization life of Kissimmee Rank rf Oaceo'a' County. Mr. and and reel. ,

Mighty forces are beinvharnesert duties will allow. afternoon I October 2, at four o'clock the first of October the plans of I Mrs. C. D. Cole, W. P. Drummond.i.J. Section 2: That it shall be unlaw. ,
for the conservation of The Central Florida Council. of when the first meeting of the year the legion committee on Community P. Mark, Merchants and Farmers fuL) fori any person persons firm or '
our wild name and fresh-water flah which Osceola county is a part, will will\ be held at the Chapter House. House are looking( up Most all the ,i Bank, Dr. T. M. Rivers, C. F. Thacker' corporation to catch or ttto from the

and every passing breeze will bring. inaugurate a financial campaign for Mrs. II. Nelson Makinson presidentof organizations have been taking a vacation -I Wenner-Sawyer Company C. E. Yow-. waters of any lake or stream in Os '
tidings of associations newly organized fifteen months' budget next month. the club haa called a meeting of the past two or three months ell and sisters. ceola County;' Florida, any catfish'
destined to make this state de- This will not include Kissimmee how $1.50-Mrs. W. I. Barber. ,
; the executive committee which consists and the plans of the committee to get bream crappie trout bass or. other
'mtnjr of the title of a Tourists' and ever as this city's quota was fully of the officers, for the same dayat suggestions from all the organizations I I $1.oo-Dr. Haynes Brinson, F. C. scale fish with or bytmeana: \ of any

';iportsman' Paradise.So paid. lit the time of the last campaign: 2:30 and it is hoped that a full in the city have been handicapped I Bryan Miss Lucy Buckels, T. L Carter ; other divlce or in any manner during'

momentous and portentious are and will not need further financing attendance may be had. thereby. Next week both the Judge T. L. Comer. A. J. Conred. the months of July, August and Sept # <
tht I--.IH-S I Involved in the protection. this year. For, the last two years ,I Considerable work is looked forward Wgmen's Club and the ParentTeachI I: Dayson's Cafe. L. J. Denning. A. R. tember,'in each' year/except rhook

, iirnprntiop nnd perpetuation of wild Oscecla county has led the several to for the coming aeason. The ladies ers Association will hold their first Dennis B. B. Doughten, Friend, and line or rod, and reel. : .,
: ame and fresh-water fish in the bounties of the district in paying its I Clark Howell, Jennie Hutton, Mrs. B. '
'of the club are greatly interested in meetings of the year the former at j Section 31 a11.he .; upl w "
.tate of Florida that within the past i quota. Its troop made a good recordat : the matter of getting a new high four o'cloclll\londay, and the latter at C.' King, Mr. and Mrs. S. Latta. David ful for '' peraons'firm'orcorporation '
year thousands of red blooded: sportsmen the annual Flag Day contests, and school and primary department building four o'clock Thursday and the pres I Lander E.: T. Marple, Mrs. Mary O.McClaln any,:to catch or take from the,

throughout Florida have answered with the coming year under a new and other matters of community idents of both these organizations R. G. Minlck. .Geortre W. waters of lake stream in 011." ,
I l the challenge of the state assocla-' Scout Master the local people will interest. Howard M. Kate presidentof have invited representatives of the legion Persons J. Z. Roberson F. A. Stroup, I ceola any"Florida or' flsh. with
County ,
tion and have organized county units have a Boy Scout.T..oop of which they I the school board has been invited committee to meet with them Lawrence Tress. Miss Ethel Wilder a seine, net of other ,device any *ha, bar- .

in Polk, Pinellas, Dade Brevard, Vo- may be justly proud. I II address the members at Tuesday's and present the subject. J. M. Willson. Lyles Story 60c. and mesh of'which shall measure,not

luaia. Duval, HlHsborough. 1.lanatee.1! meeting relative to the plans for combining The chairman of the legion committee less than 'as follows:' Four and one-'
Lake, Sarasota DeSoto; Lee and Semilnole : the school districts, and the met with the Business and half ,(4%) inch mesh raw stretched
counties.The A:\ need of new buildings.'v T. Professional Women' Club at its FIRST. FOOTBALL material except the pocket and,wing 'I.

sturdy, patrictism and splendid I French' chariman of the Legion Community September meeting and .that, organi ; of the pocket of said seine, net or other -'
manliness that actuated th.'founders House committee has also ration heartily 'endorsed the proposalFor 'GAM I device may be of similar mesh; but

[of the Florida Game and Fish Protecjtivt FOR ,BERRY SEASON been asked to present the local post's a memorial building which shall NEXT WEEK shall not exceed) seventy-five. .feet in ,

Association was inspired by the I plans for the co-operation of all organizations be at once desire to conserve for their 'children, *- -- I to erect a memorial community place of meeting for the respective Section 4 That it- shall be unlawful
Directors And High. School 'I
Met Tuesday Squad Being
t grandchildren ,and their future generlations house.. "homeless" organizations. The club for ,firm or cor. '-
I any person persons
sport ,and recreations they' Made Definite Plans For Various committee ':chairmen who appointed a committee to work with Put Through Hard Grind' poratlon to >lcatch"orltake ;from the,
{were enjoying today. have had their plans under consideration the; legionnaire., consisting of Mrs. 'waters of lake)lor' stream 'In Os' '
Details Of ShippingWith Wills Mrs. C. Buck- With Good OutlookCoach : any
during the vacation period, are Steed
Aa Ruskin once said "God has lent I Io.e ceola County Florida, any fish' with a
earth for our life. It is a I gathering up the loose ends and planning els, and Miss Percie Oliver. The post seine net or other device, until after A
'rrttt' entail. It belongs as much to I the start of the sttawberry on an interesting and worth- committee hopes to have similar action Jovce Bowen knows football. the said seine net or other device' has ..;
months the'i while The committee chairmenfor taken next week at both theWomen'e Not only that but he knows ,how to ,
those who are to come after us as to shipping season two away year. been produced to the Sheriff of Osce
UI, and we have no right, by anythingwe I directors of Oaceola Grower! Inc., are' the ensuing term are: Civic department Club and the Parent-Teach- make others know It. He is gettingit ola County, Florida, for' inspection .
do or neglect, to involve them in making ready for what promises to | Mrs. A. T. Morrison; Citizenship ers Association. inside of the headgear of some and a permit from him first obtained,
any unnecessary penalties, or to deprive be a most successful c&on. The Mrs. B. B. Doughten: Public Plans for the house itself are still twenty (and sometimes more) high and if the same complies wltla- the
them of the benefit which was in I outlook for good markets is exceeding I Health, Mrs. D. B. Shaver; Child Welfare in the preliminary stage. It has been school boys and if he had a few more specifications contained in Section 3

our power to bequeath." : bright and planting hgs been goingon Mrs. G. W. Best; Publicity Mrs.A. locided by the legion committee that out to practice he would turn out a of this Act he shall give to the said '\ .i ,
W. Mrs. B. B. the project is of such importance to for Osceola School which
for some time, while many are I'i Bailey; Legislative team High person, persons firm or corporation
the Realizing these facts it has been and just beginning. Thnew county I Doughten; Fine Arts, Mrs. H. W. the community, and the result of the would make the high school football a County License upon the paymentof
object of the Florida Game Music Mrs. U. J. Burrows campaign will be of so lasting a nature sit and take notice.
Boice ; world
Fish Protective i agent, J. R. Gunn who is an expert | ; up the sum as hereinafter mentioned
Association lay a that the needs of the community
foundation year"upon' on strawberries having; spent the Art, Mils Frances Bay; Literature The number of men out for practicehas the said permit to be substantially a.
which during pest could past two years in the Plant City section -j Mrs. H. W. Boice; Membership Mrs. should be most carefully considered been better this week. and the follows: '-
a constructive program: train- R. L. Starbird Courtesy Mrs. M. D. and a complete campaign of proce- considerable numberof '
addition his the
in to thorough! ; coach and
T>e built and in 'I {i ____ '.
developed everv coun- Alexander Entertainment, Mrs. W. dure mapped out before the definite No. Kissimmee Fla.------IL-
ing at the state agricultural school ; fans who are out for practice everyday
tv throughout: the state of Florida S. plans are made. PERMIT
E. Sanderson and ProgramMrs.!
a' would
; better. They
"to attain legislation that will better I and hu many years experience: as Bullock. This does not mean however that are feeling To the County Judge '
practical grower is proving of great i like to see a few more out though
secure protection, prorogation and'perpetuation The officers for this are: Mrs. any opportunity to lay by funds will Osceola County Florida.
benefit to the who are making I year to make ,the chances that much bet
of wild game fresh. their second men berry croo. Sev- H. Nelson Makinson president; Mrs.J. be overlooked. It ia realized that con- ter. "Strick" Graham has been out ________ ____.(give name"of person,, \
water fish and reforestation of the siderable will necessarily be firm corporation-------) : ,
expense persons or
Z. Roberson first vice-president; with the addition of "
this and
Rtate inimical eral new ones are enrolled year itself. I this week ......... .(describing
has to
; to oppose all legislation the list of the people who will produce Mrs. G. T. Sigler second vicepresident entailed aside from the building this member of last year's team O. produced me. -
thereto; to work for the estab-1 I' Mrs Alice Parker recording For that reason the legionnaires are has risen. siene net or other device)
the prosperity-bringing berry.) ; H. S. stock Lupfer Squires
liMiment of -' much which I find complies with the specifications -
and maintenance
planning on putting as money
Mrs. J. M. Duncan, corresponding -
of the is of secretary; Art Bullock Sanderson, Squires
and his knowledge game j _....
fund contained ,in Chapter
stations for scientific propagation i I Mrs. John into the Community House as as
incalc"' Me assistance to them. I \ secretary; Brown, Tyner, and Harris of last 4'
of fresh-water !game fish; to work for treasurer. (Continued on page nine) out of whom Acts of the 1923 Legislature! and you
j Pugh years' squad Are some
the night the directors of the I authorized issue to said
establishment, of game farms for Tuesuay j will be ineligible to olav but all of are to persona
the scientific propogatlon of wildgme association met to discuss a number !, BAND PLAYERS TO License upon the payment of the
i RUN their best to make
WILL whom
CADEL are giving
of details for the coming which shall entitle said
to important of $25.00
; prevent the sale and corn- sum \
nicrcial transportation of game and shipping season. One of the most I FOR COUNTY JUDGE GO "ON THE ROAD" the the team last year's winner team this have year."kid TWO broth of I person to use said equipment until ,

freah-\ atpr fish; to protect wild ] Importsnt of these was the matter ofa ,I I ers" out this year those two being June 80th next in any of the lakes '

!tamp in breeding, season and freshWater platform manager. The shipping On Street Is Not Denied By Last Weeks Drama Will Be Played McClure Lupfer and Campbell. j and streams of Osceola County Flor-
r Rumor
the first of I EastL.aIce i
about .
: season will begin I Ida. except Lake Tohopekaliga. ,
fish in
spawning season;
to prevent game fresh-water fish i ]>ecemb'i...and the directorate is c6n- .School Board Attorney And Former Tonight At Saint Cloud And Next Coach Bowen has been working a Tohopekaliga., and Lake Russell, '

from being: taken by means game of seines sideling: the applications of those who Mayor .Of Kissimmee I Friday Night At Winter Park 'I variety of men in the backfield, and until said date. '
the outlook is for fast to
to handle this responsible a quartette. .sa
nets, traps fire-arms, hifh explosives are qualified I ------- ------- -
II"" other unsportsmanlike methods; I I position. -.$..contract was award. Local politicos took a little spurt Following last week's successful be picked from the bunch. Art Bullock As"Sheriff of"6sceola County FIeI' "

to work for measures preventing tho I I ed at Tuesday's Trteeting but the mat- this week evidently not intent on letting presentation of "The Sweetest Girl In who played a stellar end last Section 5: That it shall be unlawful "
worked in
Pollution and ter was thoroughly discussed and definite all the li-ne- Dixie" Mr. Triplett has booked two year is being
of fresh-wAter lakes i I the Big League get for persona firm or ,
with Graham Harris, any person
arrangements will be made soon. performances of the play in other this year along ..
*trcams; to secure the establishment light. Several rumors were Makinson, corporation to catch or take'atlY fish .
CI game and Ash fund through adequate The president of the association, J. about candidates for various county cities. Tonight the cast will go over Yates Brunson.and others.Walker The candidatesfor from the waters of the Lakes and
statewide hunting trapping. 1 E. Lupfer had called for sealed bids offices at the next election. Some of to Saint Cloud where it will be presented Bandy, have been augmented by Stream. in Osceola County Florida,

.no non-resident fishing licenses; to for ice for packing the strawberry refrigerators the men mentioned as probable con at the G. A. R hall. the addition outposts of Bill Seel, who registered with seine and net or other,device, ,
'*cure adequate game refuges and for the coming season and tenders for office could not be reached Next Friday night the same play in Kchcol last week and is showing except as provided in this Act with .
anctuarles throughout the state of at Tuesday's meeting the contract was by The Gazette, but one was. Rumor will be put on at Winter Garden in I' : well at one of the ends. The squad out first procuring from the County
Florida; to encourage aid and assistthe awarded to the New Ice Comyany. the had it that John Cadel was about the high school auditorium where the up has not started scrimmage work yet. Judge of Osceola County a County '' -

several counties of the state now terms of whose contract delivery to shy his sombrero into the ring for share of the proceeds which goes to but the expectation is that this will License as hereinafter provided,
unorganized of ice at the platform day or judge. the sponsors of the entertainment In and
in county
forming county asso- come tonight, with possibly a game Section 6: The owner of any
'"atlons night during the 1923-1924 season. Cadel when asked if the rumor that city will be applied to the public !
with like aims aa those exPreiRtd Mr. between squads arranged for tomorrow all fishing devices, except hook and
in the constitution of the The matter of purchase of straw was true said that numerous friends school library fund. The appearanceof afternoon. line rod and reel,, used within said ',
berry was laid over until next him about it and that he the Kissimmee players was arranged ''
Florida Game and Fish Protective cups had I October 6 lakes and streams, shall pay an annual '
aociation; to create a public senti- week when representatives of differ had not denied it. When asked specifically in Winter Park through the school A week :from tomorrow Kisalmmea license tax as follows: Each' .
int throup'hout the state for obse'v-, ent companies furnishing cups are expected if he did intend to run Jie board and Professor S. W. Cason by I the team which is to represent this- seine, iie or other device-$28LOO. j
and Osceda High School "
!.Qee wild Klssimmee.. specifically. "Yes," he said Messrs. Joiner and Shepherd of the !i shall '
and enforcement of all replied Section 7: A Separate License /'
make its first
).al acreage for this "I to be a candidate for county Union State Bank, who came to Klasimmeo ,year will a game aforesaid ,
flle. freshwater,game fish and ta- : The strawberry expect this when the squad journeys to be required of the owner of the ' ;
Iatatlon 'law* which are now or year has. pot been increased aa muchas judge." laat week and saw the .local, I year to meet the fast team of that nets seines or other device,'and' ''

", Mchmar' be'hereafter 'enacted: ,to the Erectors .had hoped for. The. Mr. Cadel is at present 'attorneyfor performance.REV. I I city.Orlando The'.Orlando High bunch this no license shall be transferable, except ' ,-'
"PPoso with of thisfoclation extremely-wet season was not' conducive the school board which office he the hu ceased
nil; the strength i I' I year istouted aa being 'a good one that when, owner, :
the election to,the, of flee to making many plants by: most has held for seven yean. H. was for and the ,first game will be harder than using, any .. n.. 9i', other device so
TL.governor or'to'either*' branch -ofstate of tho growers,' and this 'undoubtedly four yean attorney'for the ,board of s. SMITH AT 'some which are to follow.. /The second ,licensed, he may, upon'procurting a,

.., legislature. any, person.who' I Icf caused,a'smaller.'acreage, thanwould.. ..county commissioners and was.mayor BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY game looks like another hard one at permit from" the Sheriff of .Osceola ..
avowedly opposed to the principles I otherwise hare been planted.tofurnish The.* of Kisaimmoe for throe terms. Heat I i Lake- City ..againstthe. ;team,:..which Florida/transfer such license "

conservation i aa/ expressed herein,I In4 sedation ",in.a.-positioni one time filled an' unexplrod. -term Rev'Samuel I.Smith, recent'citizen !took Oseeolafc number in the opening to another net, seine or device of tie,' '
to promote by precept and exam-, nod',.Dlnts.from'northern nd I stocky in'the' city .eounciL q. of Kissimmee ,from New York aMeou'I&t7 game of last ........:That'win: be same kind,' If.tho, aame bo-owned by -
I Ie from:: Plant ..City,,t local: .4 .. license .tax paid to' ,; '
the higheststandards of .port*-I DMU f A ; Ppatches number Sunday school superintendent, .October.i.On' ',Oetober- 20 come him When U' .is
IJ1ahip.tIDI"",JnJlItbar andc.uailne\ ; *nd U1 filling large' "1Ernory..Ack.rmanIt: a* returned"to will occupy ,tM'pnlpit'otth. First game at homo,the Fort Meade aggre the County Judge,u .herein provided,.; '
frW plants ..,
,1114. hat fraternal spirit, of orders growers.; ; the team. and ho shall sane to tho applicant ; -.. ,
t A; the I auo- lluar 'Unl..nltr His plac*' at-the Baptistchurch in .ElaIi UII"T.\ both ; on' being; ; visiting ...
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KrssiMMEHj!: VALLEY GAZETTE . .. . ... . ... c.. J
_KI8SIMMBB. FLORIDA., _. -- headlines tell of another a Soul
R. W. chemist at
'lIer di 'Ruphrecht,
movie actress getting se'conj
TV. B. HARRIS _____.-..._.-Pre.l ent < .
,B. (I. VANS AnN W..Secret.ry. vorce. H'm jess sol : And l a movie I the Agricultural Experiment Station; ,

,ALLISON. T. YRENCII...-...... dltor8Un8Cn..IO star is my idea of.nothing at all, to has recently worked out fourteen fertilizer "

I" marry. / formulas' which will meet All . ..
On. Copy, One Year'...,..._-_....-. -' "* v needs of the F1oidagro.wera: accordIng '
r One Copy Six: Month....____- 1.00 Prohibition Com'i'iionl'r Ilaynesreports to experimental work along FOR SALE
p One COpy. Three. Month._._- .60 that during the past fiscal' this line. Ills idea Is to reduce the -- '
<; OHANtlB 5tItOV142acres. Siiivras (' This
KINK; Bank is
not Soul-less
II I mee, Florida a* econd-cla matter.). more than 5,000 stills!! 21,481 fermen- I market and thus benefit' both the young tanerlnH. 20 acres. young '
and 90 copper coils. This made ,grower and the manufacturers. liven of I'arHun. Ill-own Situ> plno apple works to' increase human welfare to
terse .
All also nurni>*'y from ufunU'cH young
CQmmunlantlons. pxcept authorlxvd ---'-
respondents. ., must be signed a bill dent in the amount of liquor j His list is as follows: l I.uddel l l l trit.'S to oxtn l Kl'ovu. Thrrii make families
I by the writer.RvJfct. .: produced and put a crimp in ''the \bootfrfr1" | i.5-5-For) cabbage, beans lettuce, Hrv KU acres of land 70 acres ..r! secure, to relieve business
d malt r will tio returned U Il'j[ ambitions; and J'Ot with the 'eggplants: : celery and cucumbers. which excellent KTOVIlnn;
--- -cnlli'd-- for r saloons closed and thousands of gal- I 5-7-5 or" 5-8-5-1"(11' general: truckoops ClK'HP ace n
l.n' of the stuff captured and ilestroy- and more especially) : wutermel- 2i A("HKS: :3 mIles from tuwrl. 1-Mh ofmile
1 Forefirn. Advertising H-preft. ..nt.t1v. 1THEAMERICANPHESa 1 od, with savings banks fuller than ever ring, cantaloupes Irish )potatoes, ulsa ii I .nir .III.'l. hrlt.u" ,..>unlnntil. I.-iI does this by applying Intelligence and
j- .. :: :: ASSOCIATION, : _| and maiked decline in the amountof I strav berries. li a< l .'ri I In i KIHM! Ktattfvnlloii u f (
n fetufdl iua tluhl 3 airuH- !lint-
,, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1923 drunkenesi\ there (tare still persons. I 4-8-< --Sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes l h"'hu: ( itraiiK" / *' "1,1 l taiiKtrliulvd; ... to C"M, Integrity to money matters.
1 /jroiiiK around pi-ddlinjr I the old infer- tomatoes cane, bearing pecans, 4_"..'I Cit h.oil 0$. II U r IOU I li v I"u-,, -
I poaches also for home vegetable'garden. LEnt I oak trvV*. anil ..1 ii.-r I lmprnIM.11(11. ; \"< -
nal lie hut whiskeyHold !
t (:s more ) ;
-)- .X.o) (. ; "u'ei! tietg" ,...'hiioil. <'h<-"|> ">l S .. -
I now than before the prohibitionlaw $23"It.Ia .
4. went into effect! If folks. will I i 6-6-1-General truck crops or cabbage ..U'ltKH: mile from town on lirVIchlKliwiiy
+. RURAL COMMON SENSE soils. nliolit 10 iV n-"" benilnnUKiM ''
lie why not tell something more (on poor :
.. Spuds JohnKon -:. i !. 211<;l .:.'rca !g.>oil ;illrili;i I lii n I I. illlinen
: By plausible? I i i o-7-3-Genernl: truck) or cabbage on
fliic'trtirklim-. I v< iclii'im.
.\dvertiMinJ{ Pays soils' containing: clay.:183Tonatoes .at T.fiOW.( Term. ,
.... .... .... .... .... .. .... .. .. .. .. . .. .. I ,.. .. Merchants and
+ . . .: .: < .> .> .> < * There are still a _few men in_ the I : : on rich soil high li M'KKM: 3 nilli'M from '''\\11. 12 acres Farmers BankOF
I. world that do not believe that advertising < I in organic matter. Summer and fall'I III ctililviillon. . & iir-iPH lnnrliiK. KKIVhnUMt '>. I
*. K"o.1 l IK'lKhllol I !" Simp I JIL
At last we have bought; that community pays. Such a one pets up in application for citrus. I I Ulxiii.iVj _
sprayer over our way. It has the morning and for breakfast eats 4-8-3-l'eas. beans young pecans .Vi'HKM: rluht In town conveniento KISSIMMEE
been hard matter to everybody ( hiuh! scim.o.l ,and I busli-ss| pint' oftown.
a get an that a hen has cackled: over, citrus nursery stock and young grovetit'es I
epg I 'xliii I "gLCI l titicUInu i I I....,ci l.IIO l.:
this eversince
to come together on matter tojrethor with the advertised bacon for spring applications Also <..1| 6-1 m loom hource ; Hpl" 10..11.1 Mi.un1.
we had the meeting down to the on.f l advertised cereal then !sips' advertised strawberries-, \\''am.mjust; I lie kind of i>l.n.. to grow
A school house an that Friday nigh; coffee from a spoon the 4.8-4-Sweet potatoes, strawberries. - I Innluc.' inly ISfOii' ; <>ii fii-1)attIc-
: T (August; 10)) when the black cat brand of which has been advertised l 10,1115, i -
)lllJST: xX.VP:: IN TOWNK.I hi I ttonl I-
..1 I I : started the superstition that' finally ,since ]1847. lie pulls on an advertised' :3-9-3-General' field crops such :ii>4 I loimi )I",IHI* git tIcs.. 2 101..1'! .. from" I r
JI! broke up the meeting. o\cicoat and goes! down town to his corn cotton peanuts and young cit- i "UI't hoimr. |1 2 fi'i'
Ri.,ht 411 \"HI'Ii..x.1t: line, IlIu.I.) nli' '1,1 10-1, I
However it has been clone.) Business in a widely advertised car j jwhose I Ut I trees( on best lands.. I .oi "
'I.i.| :.1 i tilths\ fi nn. tu\\n LU"'M! HtifliMii . -
now we will not have any partic.ilaruse maker i is, fretting! "till wider I I :I1-8-K! or :W-Rumml'r and fall l ,nlrt* lni|'io\ilii' Mt' 1I..r{ ( .
!' for it, hut it will be ready forgiving J niblicity by being a candidate for the application] for beating m : citrus. I I. .I-IIIIH f.<.i. ...*.111'Y"" tan! il..111l -.
the fruit the dormanthpiaying : trees prl') '(itl'licr! Arriving at Iv' store he 2-8-.IO-Fall application for bear HIT ; :. .JIJI"I.:17,1:: ; ,i 1
jl li.i\ in'ttt 5.110(1 Kind u : In IIKIIIIH
this winter.
tcn.i"it: the large/ stock of goods on I citrus, on hammock soils. h JIM ".Ilil' IIII. 'H at i .iKi.II..I't.l i I BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Gus Weeks!' a most level-headed hiv ,shehes that he had been inducedto 4-8-K-:Spring; application for cit- |1,1, .> ,.Illfl, I this l'rO'.1' \. I Ir IIIIKlllitttiM ,
(hap, told the hanger>l-out what he buy because they had! all been so rus. Also good tomato fertilizer.It I th."in JI\IIHI .. :MiiHt. h.. set.nto "
of them when met Saturday I..' 11.,1.|.|.l ..< dVl. \\llllt. I.. sIilfl' CONTRACTORS AND
thought we \\idtly advertised, and then the bloomin' will. bo noticed! that there me. BUILDERS
I > on II h piopvitv' and! \\ill I I in.iktplifO
afternoon at Bob Williams' store. boob flops down in his, swivel chair more I than one formula given for most ,'I"hl..1,1:11". /

I I b I And that was what it took to shame and decides that advertising don't pay crops! because" of different soil conditions .M.I/ : : of '1.1.i.ililn farina hId.I WOOD, BRICK, STONE,
I some of them into lining: up. and that he won't let out a single/ and also\ for different stages of 'Ii','.niI.iv STEEL STUCCO
: Ill: I. tttui't I
"Were you counting on getting yawp to let people know that he has I I the growth of the crop. Bear this, in -- -- N. F. BASS ,
anywhere ?" Gus asked them. "For coods for .ale, hut will rely upon I mind when selecting the formula for ')Kill SM.l: -- t.tmig, inlhh. cnv, .h.iii|' JACK BASS
been liv- :M :MntthowK 21 I P lur axenii.. CIH.r.II. 322 Royal Street 616
forty or fifty years you guys; their coming; to his store and craving |I your use. ) Sproule Avenue
i inlZ' around these diggings and you the privilege of paying him good money Keep the soil cultivated around 'r 'hurfh.' 4Z-ltx "

ain't no farther than you were when for his merchandise. Do they your truck crops if you expect to get K IH SAI>)':-,, ,'r, ..\.'.liatiu.for ItuliK- : -- -
,!I ii you left your old man. You won't. come? Well not in drove! lie good; growth.
send your children to school unless : stands' in the front door and watchesthe There in still plenty of time to plant ilrcHH 3 fltlld..hok.d.. ,..l- OOO OOOOOOO"'OO'O""O""O" OOOOOOtOO'oooo..
I KU Smltn. "4 ntonla oV. -.
I'I the probation officer keeps after you. folks pass by and jam into the .strawberries." If you have the land KlRRlmti\i-\! <>, 42-Itx ,
You won't contribute to the boys',base "Infernal Racket Store" half a block .try a small acreage: at least. RIGHT GLASSESNOWWill
ball club. You never have joined in : KOH H \.I.i.- Kin.IlroaUuitx ..rtvrontHlnlnK '
\ farther down the street" led there by )Don't wait too long after your prop

helping the rest of us work on the I a full page ad that told them a teal I plants start growing to give them an {" pl.l...."I"( >f rooniM p'.rc h.with Mo.I".II.furnitureIdij I I.ntlilxlin.
church the school house. Nor I ,..... .. I preserve( your eyesight for the future
or you live merchant was doing business' application of fertilizer.It I;I Tit M.K I k ftnin, poHtorilfi. -
won't join with us in anything to. there. As' time goes by hiM business pays to protect" your fruit nnd Klowlnur. .. ..11. fruit. flower unitHliud We fit you correctly attractively satisfactorily
'. Thoinun X K ,
HOKI.IK. 1 11I1t.I.lwn
make the better
community a placein declines he lets most of his help go |j truck crops from insects and diseases '. Klmlinnifc. 1.'Jut'llift .
) 42-1' tx Phone
which to live. You've always been and a little later he is sold out by the I Get a spraying machine and see your --- ---- -- - today for an appointment
'agin' progress. But if it's to knock kind-hearted sheriff. I I county agent about insects and dis- PoK 1 SM.K:-Toni,.to. pep.-rN, und, irir-
you can be counted on to do a fullday'a After time he liable and plant "lilac this i h)' th. I'm' ..r IIHI'I\ $2 511err W. E.
I. a dies of n well- :,,cases you are to encounter I 1I.olI..n'1.. : lCnnlir.' HOT, I IIS. SANDERSON CO.
work of it. known disease and !goes to one of I two I I I what to use to fight them if you are IpKlinniee.: . Florida. 41 Six -
"Now as for me, I -say we are giving ; I both of which not fc it. -- -
place aie well adver aireadypoatee, on ---
j you the last chance to come along; tised. I His I body is buiied I in an advertised I. Knit SU.KlotM" .. : ",,,,I'r f.-n.-e. on oooooootO oooooooo <"0"<>***4<*+<"fr4>+< *oooooO**+too<><)>

: and co-operate. What we want to do casket I by an undo! taker who 'ITBUC-IfttCKS AIR \Kh-ldliiK\' '1 ,. :Mm" ii\i-niie Mat mat-nnrtrnln itlyt thf.: $IhhO Orlmicln.Kloilrtn. alOh.. ---- -- _. _u _ __ _ _ _

is as much for your benefit as for any advertises.!' His estate vas not bigenough ilS.R.1AMENTUnited : PROPOSAL: . 41 .Sixroit

of ours. You've seen enough to know I' to buy a monument and the I , ..
SM.Ii in. it. t\i vri1 -
II that this county agent means it when onlv markers! were the coiner stoneof States senators repiehenta-, 1 II r in C IMH.1| uiil.i. I'llcu, i,.*!iH..iial,lcl'lilu
II he said we can more than double our the burial plat placed by the ceme- ,, ,,,r & ..II\H| 41 -2ts'
tives', editors college .
fruit if will follow the direc- governors presidents -- -
crops we terv association which weie in- I -- ----
tions he has brought to us. Now upon and other prominent citizens: 1 Fill! S M.H ,',,1",1<.- iilnntu, .ill!i \ ,cr4.-- I
scribed. Sec1. 13.: Lot 21.: lie had llix. $1.1111, pel' UKIM llulll\ Klliu
L ik come on in and work with us. We'llbeip are preponderantly in favor of the . ..
plumped directly into oblivion. ,I.-I.IM-I" "- .pliintn. *2 mi p i I'm" lln.I .. '
you, and you'll help us. It is a - - -- i American Legion's proposal of an international I I'la ,nt C.0. ValduMa <1s. 41-4IX TAX NOTICE

give-and-take proposition this cooperating GEORGIA WANTS:': BOXING:': COMMISSION ---. 4
is." air disarmament in Wash- KOH JiJ.J.: --1.11\< i t\ p.'\\' ritemw t ti ,.x-
'r :': TO CLEAN lIJ! GAMENo : .
tra die
w caiilaK I "" *' IVrfect rmiIItliimilIc.iutr. '
I thought Gus was putting it pret- ington, according to results announced .. at 'iaz.tte, urilr.. irx

ty strong at times, but he won them longer will unscrupulous boxingand / at the end of the third week of a '

across. Every single man contributedhis wrestling promoters take advantage poll taken by the veterans organization. FOR calf.SA1.R Knqulre--Two at tnlllt Onsrtteofllco.cows and hrlfor. ttxSTIt '
bit and this winter we all start of American Legion" posts by fluWnl-
out together spraying our fruit trees. use of the veterans' society in orderto :MlSStdtARY! .\\VBK11RV Pl ntr. \
Of course we could have gone on by obtain patronage. In an effort to Lemuel Bolles, legion national ad- strung deli Iro\\'n. $4 oo, tkounand..

ourselves-those who were interested "clean up" the sport in the state a jutant, has announced that from a di 10.1up>r. please.V., I3.CO' .thou.llnd.Ion.Ji:. CJOHK. Orlando. Or-

-- already-but we felt that we can't plan has been evolved, by the legionfor I total of 335 received, 303 have expressed Florida. 34tx NOTICE i is. hereby ,given that

. make much progress unless our neighbors the conduct of all ''shows of this approval of the conference
FOR BALK-Fln residence property.
i go alonglth us. It is the community character under a "boxing commis Apply It Inn office of
Th. Vallov
q we want to see move forward. slon" from the American Legion, to five qualified approval' ten were undecided Oaiette. Klsilmmee." l-tf Osceola County tax books for 1923

t : not ourselves so much. administer all bouts staged under the : , and only seventeen voted

RAPE IS A GOOD WINTER legion's name. against the proposal. Answers to the FOR variety SALB 25-Banana cents each.V.plant, .lady li. Harris.SECOND Cater. ,

The boxing'commission, operating: poll have been received from twentyone will open.for: collection November'first.
CROP; SAVES PLANT FOOD similar to those of various other : HAND OOOOS. bought. Hold
I" AND IS GOOD FOR GRAZING I states consists of three memberswho United States senators seventy- and repaired The Casino 44-1t

will supervise all legion bouts six representatives, fourteen gover- }KOH SAI..P5' -Modern 4-room bumrnluw.. I am now ready to furnish
Rape will furnish excellent grazing furnlMhed bath room: Ksmic*, 3 city
ruling on contests arising !between nora, 158 newspaper editors thirty- ,. .
f for hogs; from December till if lots; 12 I. u"IIII citrus Ir.' .. Inijulre ,
April pOll is. boxers. and fight promoters. five college presidents and thirtyone \\'. J Hleid. or Box G5. Siilnt
planted at the proper time and given A fee will be charged for each bout Cloud. J -J01xHTH estimates of these taxes. 2 cent
"f sufficient chance. It is one of the best other prominent citizens, according per
I known grazing for hogs and conducted by the legion: posts' and to Mr. Bolles. \\VHBKHY 11.A Nr5 J.'UIt S_M.BMIxHlonarv -
crops each boxer participating must an and,, Klondike: (jrownfr
fills an important place swineCJ'ps "While the" American isdeeply .. discount will be allowed for
: among: annual registry fee before appear Legion < m fri-Hh tioithcin nur* ry III..ok. Novem-
I in Florida, as well as other lila H...i 'icier Thifi. dollnm p"*r (ItohNali.i ,,-
states. ance. J Promoters will pay an inrrease gratified that President Coo- f ii h :Mm Idfaun with or-
For best results the seed lidge sympathy proposed r. I'r'inipt! HlilpiiMiit" alii! .d
should be ber
will be ,plintM. '1' S .
present at each bout. ** \\illl.ini* Stnrkc J hL3i.2nt
sown about the last week in September conference he said "we feel that !

in that of the state north of sentiment is in with
part POLISH GENERAL:': TO ATTEND public not accord
fo'on S.LJ.Io1;t> .
ann5000" pasture
'Gainesville. Farther south the mid- .
LEGION CONVENTION: :': his belief expressed in a recent statement I _1.1!nil m-ai Si ruiif) ] For cjuU-k .alrit. .
I aie or October i is about the best time -- i. mi pvr Bc-rt \\-rite S I> Wlllluinii.nuihula '
l.t that the time is not foi
i: ; yet ripe I
to plant it. General Joseph HaIler commanderof \\ Florida 8-tf
I i Best "fVsults,. with rape have been the Polish in France its convocation.! Many letters we have ---------
army during
"I' :, obtained by planting in rows two or the World war will be a distinguished/ received urge the necessity for immediate KOK Itoonn SALE.and ;No For Trespass HI-IIT furnished Par<1.. |Of C. L. BANDY

',1 t k three feet apart wide enough for guest at the American Legion's/ nat- action in. this matter befor" i-nfb nt TIe riasett office.FOR ,
cultivation. --- -- ----- -
a If the seed are broad- nnal convention in San Francisco it - -- ----- .
becomes necessary for the United
-- casted cultivation by harrow is the October 1-11.; !) it was announced by RENTii.r JFi Tax Collector.
States to spend milliQns of dollar in --- -- --. -- ----- -
recommended method.
JH1d i it
should legion national
/ headquarters. I ''U : :;' iijc-i.), ,1 |la.hiM. 7
be effort to overtake the lead infighting
frequent and shrllow. Usneral HaIler became one of the an i hll. .Illni; , l h finiii, m < '','ml I iKniMf Si.i- Sirifl5dh I 42-10t

The Dwarf Essex variety especially -- best known war leaders during his : planes achieved by France :: ____ ___ 2'-H(" I
I j' ___ _ _
recommended, as it grows rap- command of 100,000 Polish volunteers and; England. The legion hopes t thai J
idly and stands grazing: well. If flghtinif: on the western front. His __ FOR EXCHANGE I
.\ planted late in an international) understanding will _ __ __
September on a wellprepare' i.e nimnnd included 25.000 Americans I

: seedbed top dressed with a of Polish descent. With the retirement halt immediately this mad rare which '_ __ ____ _WANTED._ .
.k high-grade vegetable fertilizer that is of) General J>II u ii.,1: I "L"," "-I"t wink i "
I. mixed well into the soil before plant- ,ranHng officer of the Polish army, world." ..tuhl.." II"'" to 12rld \, 'l1"IH"j' -

:'.. jog, it will give excellent results. I folding the grade of inspector general An overwhelming majority of news Sniilli,, ...... 1""! I..K,1,1.1' .H.I.IL." KlK' ,linmi -

*';"c;;i before Stock it should gets: a not good be turned start. on Do rape not;' !.General HaIler. .. will land in New paper editors favor the proposed l conference - ---LOANS- --- SEND YOUR DRESSES, RUGS, DRAPERIES etc.

;- .; pasture it too closely. It is well to York a short time before the legionj according to returns receivi'd. 4 -TO-
I ,. - -----
fence the field into a number of sec convention nnd will proceed to San 1,. Fr, m a total of ]158 replies received I fi'; )IXIA.NW> under -U->-KIT\C HMti-m" onfltv MONTGOMERY FRENCH DRY CLEANING CO.

.1' tions and pasture them alternately Francisco after a short visit to Washington from editors, 145 are definitely or farm, property Jl....i>rv*. !11..-

,/ thus enabling each to recuperate after to pay his respects to President in favor of the gathering one was "po, Jlil'i" !..1,1",| Hn>'. Ki-ltll Dldl{.. ('Inrl.11. ,, Largest and Best Dyeing and Cleaning Plant South.
; close C1)IFFEItEN'l'
grazing.Specialists Coolidge and at the qualifiedly favorable one undecided -
: tomb of the was -- -
: of the Florida College: Unknown Soldier. and only eleven were againstthe Dresses, etc., Dyed, Cleaned and Rcpleated

of Agriculture: are of the opinion that I Following the convention he will plan. The proposal has ardused, WAYS OF OKAJ.ING/ MONTGOMERY ALA.

!l rape does not receive the attention it make an extensive tour of American editorial comment of newspapers' in WITH TilE HOT SCHOOL LUNCH

';(r deserves from the farmers of the 'I cities! under! the auspices of legion all parts of the country. -

state. Besides providing green; graz posts and units of the Polish Army : I The idea of at least one hot (.' ing for stock in winter-when such I Veterans' Association of America. UCJOo.WENS: / COOKING; at the noon meal for rural school chil-! 't'uo. In. the summer 250 quarts of for the hot dish. Considerable

'r. 1 grazincr is often scarce it utilizes The tour will include the followingcities. SCHOOL IN WASHINGTONA soup} mixture and tomatoes were canned provement in the quality of the cold

::.k plant food that becomes valuable during .: Omaha St. Paul. Milwaukee, -- dienhas developed rapidly ini the by mother and donated for winter lunch carried was noticed in moS< :j|
I, the winter, thus keeping it from' St...Louis, Indianapolis, Chicago Detroit cooking; school for the women of counties of North Carolina throujfn lunches.In schools after demonstrations in font

( $ washing or leaching away and saving Toledo, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Seattle at which the best chefs and the influence' of food l production and I bi
I '11\, it for future crops. Buffalo. Rochester, Boston. food experts of the city will demon- food preparation demonstrations carried two schools in Halifax county selection and preparation given

.I barre Baltimore and New Wilkes-I strate methods, has been opened by on by extension workers. In the larger: girljLrJp the work connected the home demonstration agent. ..

; ' A Mixed Desoert Armistice Day General hailer will at- the American Legion. Instructors some with Berringthe hot lunch, under

\\J. .. ,An, Irishman newly arrived in the" tend a great mass meeting to be held will be drawn from the city's great places questions concerned with obtaining the supervision of the teacher. It iso .

f A,1. country was being taken for walk in his honor in Chicago. hotels, restaurants, and schools of materials for the lunch, equip
a domestic science, with a view to affording ment for.- and divided that only two or three are
j- : by his brother. It ; heating serving it or
was around Thanksgiving In connection with the 800th an'niversary housewives information as to time to it has risen. taken away from classes at a time
These '
1:< time and the grocery store of St. Bartholomew's schoolin latest procedure in the culinary art. have been prepare met in various When the' girls are on duty they plan LOVE'S ,AUTO &, BUS titlE I
ways, according -
I \ windows The school will I
decorated continue
; , : were with for a week
cran ,
;. their and that
London there was held a special menues see the suppliesare '
,," berries. with two classes daily. At each session to-the report of the United *

:., "What them meeting of the Rabere Lodge attend'ed a well known Seattle chef or States Department of Agriculture. pn', hand. AUTOS FOR HIRE .

.t asked., are things? the immigrant by one hundred officials of the cook will prepare certain dishes .for The W men'. Club of Lilesville AnIon tn one community a woman'donates ALL NEW' CARS :

.1%,;:,0. : "They're cranberries," the brother the Grand Duke Lodge of England, headed by Wblch-ther.ha.,....eamed these fame.recipe' text and county, N. C., partly financed the all the'milk needed. Some of it: Is ..We:make a, specialty of. |

.& .;"! "pl1ed., of Connaught', Grand Mate hundred of other will be distributed hot school lunch last'year, and it was sold for 8 cents- cia... -This mwneyla Party !

k : : . ' ", "- I to those;who.attend the classes. also supplemented by things brought used to buy' other supplies. :'Alllunch'dishes U ,
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10// .. I' Economy: bV. preparation of'foods from home. Each teacher "" -wLw.r.ruJ.; ;
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f ,1 inquired." ', :: :44 ....First.Old Graduate: ) nevercompI.e1'd.edIttaonA1d willbe' emphasized and the use of aid of the larg rjriruv,prepared,, the place the children rfQC a"p..t Bead narUrt 'q
3 Wb.qhen'then'cranberri.s: ,are ) : beS.con4 ':" ma ae-ln-S<**ttl. products will be demonstrated :ri .,
o 1'. .". soup for her own room. The rural many.of heorapplies;" fromhomesuch.'as"potatoes , BroadwayThirliacl
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Steffee i__ in Kissimmee WEATHER .*
from Honolulu, visiting relatives.Tw *

L.Petersburg Rainey visited Wednesday his mother and In x 0 perature Official and Bulletin!; precipitation of daily tern.fur-.4 0 -, ,,, -. -.. _ n _. ..' . .. .. '" _. I

Saint 0 fished by the Kissimmee Co- 4 I )
x operative U. S. Weather Bureau 4
few York Life Insurance Co., Sam 0 Station. for the week ending 0
L Lupfer, local representative. 14tfr *0 Thursday, September 27: 4'
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:Mayor E. B.Morey, of Apopka.'was 0. Date Max. Mi .'PrcP. o SaIurayondayandTvesday .
In Kissinimee yesterday chatting: with 0 Friday, Sept 2191 6 J00 4 J
r, many friends in this city 0 Saturday, Sept 22..94 74 .00 Co
0 Sunday Sept 23___94 75 ..00I 4 :
:Miss! Anne Squires spent the weekend 0 Monday, Sept 24._.89 73 .05 Co I

visiting Orlando.her sister, Mrs. Carol Tuesday, Sept 25..S4 70 .05 4 -- '': nn-- _ _... . . .' ... "', "
Flo'd, at t. Wedn'day, ,Sept 26.88 72 .01 Co -' ; . ; . ..',> i HBi""SS B BBBB MS l .
Thursday, Sept 27.89 72 trace 4 "
the New
ARj| for .information on
York Life's latest policy Sam Lup- 0 0 m.Readings for the preceding are made twenty-four at 6:00: p. ** We offer below Wonderful '
14-tfc some ;
\le? 0 hours 4 Bargains-

I I Miss Alpha Westfall spent the ALLISON T. FRENCH.! O

mother weekend, Kissimmee M. J. Crowder.visiting her 0 000000000.Co-operative 040000x04 Observer 0 picked at I random from our large toek': '( ', 1

Miss Margaret-Sigler has returned S. L.
Hagerman is
moving to Or. :
from 'a Tampa hospital where she lando today, where he will
operate his 1 '
for a tonsil operation. .
went meat market. 1 .' '
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For Hire. Call C. C. Rum- ,
Auto Buck .
Payne, formerly of Kissim .
mell. Phone 41.___ 26-tf mee, passed through K.iasimmee Tuesday EXTRA SPECIAL ; !
- :Mr-" R. G. Minlck and Iitt's!! son, with his bride en route south ona :
R bin, returned to Kissimmee from. wedding trip. I .11
e\eral: weeks' visit in Cape May, NewJersey. I Mrs. W. H. I' "s
returned to Kissimmee t
y ynUl i iI Tuesday after a two months 1000 Yards 27-inch Ginghams, Yard 10c .
t R Persons and J. E. Rogers, oft 1 visit with relatives in Indiana. I I.'

i eland 1 brother and cousin of The Gazette's Job department isequipped 1000 Yards 32-inch Dress ;
Ginghams all the
'I_IK" WPersons, visited. him in.imniee to do all kinds of Job print- ; new patterns
K ing on short notice and at reasonable

;i'inn-lied Flat for rent. W. B. prices.Mr. in Stripe and Plaids; fast colors; per Yard 19c j,

rr", Gazette office. 14-tf 1 and Mrs. John Fry, of Kenton, 'ft

't i Klwio Norton in. back at the Ohio regular winter visitors! to Kisimoiee.
500 Yards 36-inch Cloth
Long free from
tnffire from her vacation which/ .bhe arrived lust week and! ar:' starch; per Yard 19c t
i ill Winter Haven visiting her stopping with J. II. Bonin, on Main

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500 Yards Bleaching free from starch .;
; yard 19c
044'11 <; Stanfield, who will replace Mr. and Mrs. J. A. David, of Winter ; per '
. at the Bank of Osceola Haven are in Kissimmee visitinti
ill m Story
W nt\. has arrived in Kissimmee and Mrs David's mother and sister Mrs .- -, ',$
..v. on duty at the bank. J. H. Harris and Mrs. Lillian |Deyo' -
.1. ,.. A. F. -Kritz- -, of 121 Verona .,: : Indian Head, 27c SHOE. SPECIAL: All the new shades in :
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Suhl, daughter l
ly '., >>und t went Hospital to the, Monday Florida, for Sanitar-treat- and two sons returned to Kissimmeethis per Yard . . . . . . . . Sandals, Grey, Buck, Black, and King Tut. i t J
rent week from a four thousand mile
'n' I automobile trip to Missouri and! side Special, for 3 Days, $3 69 "

0. !n he, hest investment you can make trips. They passed many cars coming Cadet Hose, in all the new shades$1 1 98 only . . . . . . . . . . 1
New York Life Policy. Bettern to Florida, and think Kissimmee a 'I'
.. savings account. See Sam I looks better than ever. regular price $2.50; sale price : '
40x01 : ,f.. r. 14-tf
- I :Mrs. R. P. Chapman Jr., of Charlotte
MrS.. n. Aultman and Miss Eliza North Carolina arrived in Kis Bed Room Shoes in felt; for ladies; Just received this week: Shipment of Men's ;.
1, Kissimmee simmee Tuesday to be with her mother C !
: i Aultman returned to Hats the and
.. week from three months near Mrs. A. F. Kritz who is seriously! per Pair new shapes $ 1 QQ

*'ie\ille.' North Carolina.. Miss Ault- ill at the Florida Sanitarium in Or- Colors; Special . . . . . . -TO "
mun expect to remain in Kissimmee lando. Mrs. Chapman was formerly .
f.- some months. ;Miss Ruth Kritz:, of Kissimmee Another new Hat, the new shapeS 3.98 'j

Mr and Mrs. John A. Erickson, of The Tampa Business College 's the in light grey .. Boys' Khaki Pants, sizes 7 to 17 ; 4 ;.
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"..I! und drove to Kissimmee Friday Accredited business training sd.oolof 89 C ,'f'

I have been visiting Mrs. Erick. Florida. Its courses are standards und per Pair .... . . . . . . . . . "t,
.".,'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gil Its graduates are accepted in any city Men's Pin Check Pants, l''
r-t They returned home Thursday.It of the U. S. The 33rd Fall Term is $1.00
now opening. You can join these per Pair . . . . . . . . .
(t ran be arranged for those enter. classes and /graduate in a short time Extra Special on Shoes: 100 pair White-t. :
. time week, the folmng and the least '
n any next or at expense. \
1 1 Monday or Tuesday, to join We offer our entire lot of Men's t1 new classes which were organiz- Last week mention was made in < > I .V/VJ Oxfords-formerly sold for 400. To clean '
<*' at the big Fall Opening of the The Gazette of the arrival of new Straw Hats for . . ; ;
at Tampa Business College Jast, week. citizens in Kissimmee:: who had purchased $$4.50 the.u .we offer them for.per '
sold for Better
the L. M., Williams home. The Some qf these get one $1 goo /

Johnnie Schmidt, of the Broadway name was given as Wood, but, should and save for next, season. Pair , to., ; .', . . '
?3 Pv trmncy+ took his mother to have been Mr. and Mrs. Rood, and ;
Saturday to the hospital. She was (family. They come to Klusimmeo ----- I 4
operated on Mlnday.and according to from their former home at Warren, '.
er'sh latest reports is getting along as well Ohio. ,
The best investment you Can! make ;' 1.
}J' L. R. Farmer visited her parent 's a New York Life Policy. Better ..
Mr.f and Mrs. Curruthers, at Ox han a savings account. Sec, Sam

E. Yowell returned Friday night from
K mmoe over the weekend.The :
'i week's trip on the east const with .
n- leading life Insurnnce company Superintendent A. Johnson.. ->f Or- I .:
'It. 'I"' world New York Life SeeS inire county, and R L. Turner, rural JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF STETSON HATS ,'.;i ifl
I upfer, agent 14-tfc school inspector They were visiting .
various schools i ml 1' studying the
'rf.. Lizzie Robertson, mother of buildings: with a view toward forming
r W Edwards; and Mr. and Mrs. conclusions\ as to the best types. -- .i
P'-n-ird Johnson, cousins of Mr. Ed- ,--- -
wn'fN, were visitors in Kissimmeelast Bob Grant returned lust week from ''r
Sunday, from their home in Tarn- Atlanta. Philadelphia and the Demp- Remember the Place and Date--3 DaysOnly 1
pa. cey-Firpo affair. On his trip north- !
I ward he found himself on the same
Porn: On Wednesday, September train with a number of beauties( going offer the above
T! to Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Holland to Atlantic City for the beauty we prices .
of Jacksonville, at the home of Mrs. content. :Miss Lakeland, Miss Birmingham
Holland's parents', Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Miss Memphis, and Miss
Davis, on Drury avenue, a Atlanta, constituted the entries on the '
daughter.!: name train. When asked for an opinIon J ..'11
as to relative merits of such contestants -
Shaves. 15c; haircuts, 35c; children, he saw he refused to be .
25c/) ; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf as ;

- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Walker of Tampa interviewed. Limit Store J
Dollar ;
spent Saturday to Tuesday visiting TWO .
- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bailey. They GOING TO TAMPAL. ;
etc. were accompanied by Mrs. Bailey's
mother, Mrs. T. B. Griffin who wall H. Gedge until the recent pur- .
remain in Kissimmee visiting her chase of the Bank of Osceola Countyby I .' f

Co.9th.. daughter for a month. the new directors, the cashier of G. W. PERSONS COMPANY --- KISSIMMEE FLORIDA : :
-- I that institution, and Stratton L. Sto- ,
:'off!!. J. K. Hilliard and son, Jim i ry, assistant cashier of the same institution -
Milliard, drove to Homestead and re- will complete their service I, .: .
turned last week, bringing Mrs. Myr- tomorrow night and both will go to
- tle Lightsey and daughter Mildred, Tampa, with the Bank of Commerce. ,..;'t
*ho will make their home with the '
Mr Gedire has been with the Bank rw.
family at Hilliard's Island. Mildredwill of-Osceola since July, 1918, with the .
attend the Kissimmee public months last 'J..
ble 11'4' exception of five year. I
the Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, to Join their forces at the Tampa GIVE BIBLE READING HERE MEETING TOMORROWThe BUYS TAMPA PROPERTYWith I THREE DAY-SURPRISE SALE a

in In mos foci Orlando, Florida. Medical, Surgical, bank directors, and he at has the remained request of until the new the Beginning tonight Bible readingswill Kissimmee Citrus Growers Association plans being drawn for a $60- George W. Persons is having another ifi

Elt' Maternity! Capacity 100 patients. of the 'month. He expects to leave' be given night by Dr. and will hold a directors meeting 000 mixing plant and with the purchase one those well known Dollar ;
l raven Equipment modern, rest, diet, physiological end October fourth, and will Mrs. Shade, at every the home of Mrs. May tomorrow morning at the packing of a $15,000 lot on which to Limit Store Sales with a few extra '
r therapeutics. Unexcelled in for Tampa on his family there shortly Cushman 214 Randolph avenue. Dr. house at 9:30: o'clock. At this time erect the structure, the Melville Fer- specials, in ginghams, lomr cloth and t
the Southeast, 24-tf orobably move Mr. Gedire has enjoyed Shade practiced medicine in Washington the new equipment recently added tilizer Company a year-old Tampa bleaching. He is also selling his entire l
afterwords. Kissimmeeand un- will be inspected.The concern, promises to be one of the lot of straw hats at a dollar a .
:Mr. Souders have a popularity in D. C., for twenty-five years ,'1.,
and Mrs. F. A. great
friends what he describesas meeting of the Interstate Com- I largest fertilizer manufacturing piece, besides prices on new Iota of.
returned to Kissimmee after havttig: will leave a great many field til he experienced marvelous awakening merce Commission in Orlando on next plants in this section. The size of the hats. The sale is not confined tomen' r ,
pent a delightful summer with their who wish him w LINE Ion in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and while missing him here.the Bank of Os- ( which the event of the meetings.Dr. increase of freight rates on fruits The Melville Fertilizer Company .sonethlng of almost every ,
other relatives and old friends in surrounding Mr. Story entered ImmedIately during course that Mrs. Shade i aitd perishable vegetables will also started on a comparatively small thing..' It will continue tomorrow. ; (.
Shade announces
E- .' towns. They made the trip ceola County four years from ago Osceola exhortation and come in for discussion, and a com- scale about 12 months ago and the Monday, and Tuesday.
< will assist
. 'Jja steamer from Jacksonville to Baiijjmore after graduation has been there continuously testimony, which song is calculated to'mittee will be appointed to representthe plans for the new mixing plant ,as s
the High School, and NOTICE
and return. They report where his local exchange at that meeting. well as other improvements, show
since that time, make the meetings interesting. '
of trip, the finest ever. geniality has made him many friends The interested public are cordially( that their business hss enjoyed a After October 1, 1923 I will'not be-
V heTias COMMUNION SERVICES AT steady expansion. The $60,000. price responsible for debts of my.wife,
two months Invited to attend these meetings; as any
WANTED; brightoung Iso. For thevpast ,
i* One hundred considering an otter from the well as the pasfcv 'o' Kissimmee. ,EPISCOPAL CHURCH SUNDAY placed on the building includes all Rosa BassWoodall... '.'/ \ i
-i >. ? men and young women from Commerce at Tampa and Mrs Cushman has opened her hometo machinery that will have to be installed. ,(Signed) .. X'J.' of
IS101* county to graduate at the Bank October. these Communion will be celebrated at I i n n T i i f.i f ,v ? '
of for meet- ?
the first the evangelistists
Jtmpa Business .College for fine of- will. go there on Saint John's Episcopal church Sunday Bundles of -old*papertare4ot**eal
rt.C1. .&e\ poeitlonsy-Accounting and Teleg- He win have charge of the savings ings., morning at eleven o'clock,'with ,the I If your business, is not worth, advertising at the otftce"41.f
.. "Phyntre new course organized. and and collections department. It h not too late to plant strswberhy Rev. Dr.. Hodge, of Orlando,.as cel advertise it for sale. in.. The Better get them whil.there ha stock.

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To keep on I living everybody must

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II KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER( 28, 1023 NUMBER 3' keep on being, healthy this'air should

.. - o .. _.._ be sufficiently'' pure and sufficiently
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moist and sufficiently cool, the
Editor ,?._-?--,_-..__.Fred Lupfer HENRY W GRADY JUNIOR NOTES says
Florida State Board of Health. By Ii
..Assistant Editor..Alberta Brunson{ .
Listen Juniors are G
I I' everybodyThe ventilation all these end are sought i
REPORTERS At the first meeting of the Henry. going; to tell you a secret. We're go- to be attained. "
Twelfth Grade.'Margaret.Sigler. W,[Grady Debating Society, held last nicf to have a play! Some may ask
Eleventh Grade_______Eleanor Rosen I FTKlay, the following officers were why we are telling the "secret" sjo! far In the open air, away front noxious
I elected: 4 ahead of time. The reason is this: gases, ventilation<< looks !after 'i ijtajiLCi ,
Tenth Grade______ __ Ethel Owen
President-Milton Graham. W* want to give everyone something elsewhere, particularly! in JIOU9 S or .
Ninth Grade _________Frances Bailey
j Vice-president-Lambert Campbell. to look forward to. Of course it is in any closed spaces, It must bs: look-
Music Department___Dena Snodgrass Secretary and Treasurer-Alberta understood that a great number of
ed after. No matter how the air
Brunson.SerRt. the towns people,as well as all the pure
MUSIC DEPARTMENT NOTESHere's 'I : at Arnis-Clyde Harris. O. II. S. students are going to back in such a space may be anyone who
; outr.lusic.Department Critic-Arthur Bullock. the Junior play. Probably tickets will enters it at once begins) to pollute il
to of I With forty-two on the roll and In- sold by class members!' and we sincerely with his breath; and it will ultim'ltelybecomt' I
'23, the best we have ever had. As is with each one of these doing his part, hope you'll buy one. -
to health unless it
the popular saying of today! ; "Every we expect to have a splendid society Please, Mr. Public don't take this injurious !
day in every way we are growing better this year, and have some record de- I attitude: "Well, if it's for the school, is renewed either by natural mean i ?
and better"-so is our Music Department ''bates. { I'll have to buy one just to help you (such as the wind) or by artificial _
i under the splendid supervision I Several inquiries have been made out, but I don't care to see the play" means. I ,

of our most lovable teacher, as to the cause of much laughter in We are going to do our very best to Renewal<< is necessary because when An entirely new body design lends distinction in
Miss Myrtilla Beals, we are growingin last Friday. We are not entertain you and we want you to( tI
our room' [ appearanceadds individual
I measurably comfort
I number and advancing in standing. I saying, but you might ask Hamilton I[come.The Junior class feels justified "breathing in" one takes away some- to :: ,
I We number 56 in all, each and everyone I from the air and and provides greater convenience In the new Ford
; Brown whom he votes for, and our in promising that whatever it does thing (oxygen); .
of us owing; our knowledge of I honorable Sergt. at Arms how his I I will be done right. We have plenty when "breathing out". one adds some- 'I Coupe. 1

music to our faithful teacher who is I rheumatiz is getting along. I I of good material in our class, and under thing to the "air (carbon dioxide). Streamline body, windshield visor and nickeled I
in the to
; busy from 7:30: morning 74), ,' the of our most efficient "
N in the evening, except for one half THE LANIER LITERARY SOCIETI/' teacher, Miss Bass, the play 111 i Oxygen is taken from in-breathed air fittings make this new Coupe highly attractive.

hour at 'noon. - bound to be a success if Kissimmeewill by the blood that circulates throughthe Deeply cushioned seats,improved interior arrang-
Beside the regular monthly recitals The enthusiastic members of the only back us up. Let us have cooperation lungs and is carried away to help mentand cowl ventilator provide increased comfort.
and the final recital which we look Lanier Literary Society met last Friday -
well do
and the
rest the food build the
forward to. with pleasure from the afternoon in the auditorium for .- up keep Wide doors that open forward revolving type
beginning of the year, we have added the purpose of reorganizing. The FRESHMEN NOTES warm, and energize it-give it powerto window lifters, enlarged rear compartment and a

some new musical subject to our same officers that were elected at the ,'For Freshmen girls, hale-and hearty; move. Oxygen. constitutes about recess' shelf for parcels, back of the seat make for
course almost every year. Four years close of the past year will serve for I,We intend to give a party.On one-fifth of the air; and may be convenience
: I ago Miss Beals organized her first! the first three months. They are as the lawn next Monday noon; breathed over .again. greater
class in Harmony which is now Advanced follows: There luncheon will be far
t a spread, Carbon dioxide is of the waste she nn Ford Coop. .md rtW '-1171*
Harmony. This class is attended President-Margaret Sigler. And Freshmen girls will all be fed. part .t fonr NtfttH Pond D..I<<',
only by a few of the older pu Vice-president-Mae. Winn. Now do be sure to be there soon!" that is left over in the body when I IDeakT'
pils. Secretary-Ethel Owen. Sophomore Girls.! oxygen and food com 'rne ''to buildup

Hoping that some, of us will in Program Committee Miss Shock- This luncheon was given Monday the body, etc. It is picked up by ( Name and Address)
later rank America's ley Joanna Hitchcock, Eleanor Rosen, in hall
years among noon the upstairs, as the the blood, carried to the lungs. and
foremost composers, our ambitious Christine May, Frances Bailey.At j weather would not permit its beingIfiven
teacher has organized a das!!! in II1UI this meeting it was decided that outside. It was truly a delicious breathed out. It is poisonous and injureR -

1 sic composition, which had made much n number of attractive little pins I luncheon, consisting! of salad, pickles, the body when it is breathed
progress in the past year. For encouragement would be ordered for those who care cookie!!!, and bananas. Every one enjoyed : again. -
Miss Beals tells u!*' that to have them. A fine program was. itery much. The high school Koponuu estimates 1917)' ) that to
I we.will soon be composing pieces posted early in the week which we faculty was present and seemed to I
which the younger pupils will play. I hope everyone will enjoy. So let us'' enjoy it as much as the Freshies did.I i I keep 1 healthy a man weighing IfiO
I The class!< meeting on Wednesday afternoons not allow our interest to lag, for the After luncheon\ the Sophs marched pounds need 2400 cubic feet of fresh
at 5 o'clock is. open to any debaters might surprise! us. the Freshies through" town. Now this air every hour! when resting; 3200 i
i' member of high school or any outsider Rounds nice enough but all of the when doing1i ht work; and filOO II
who might be interested. In this ROPIIOMOHEOTES> Kreshies had dunce caps on their when doing hard work. A woman L CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS
The Sophomore class is steadily 120 needs fivesixthsas I .- .
weighing pounds ----- ---- -
Another new feature of cur work
Upon returning to the building
; have :
this is class in the History of growing./ We now thirty-five much and a child weighing 80
year a members, for Pauline Crow and Sarah Carol! held! a kinder rte'1 ;
Music, a subject frequently taught in Rexford recently joined us. If- class with the Freshies as pupils. pounds needs se\en-twelfths as much. :\1. C. AUTRY, AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER

colleges. Any Junior, Senior, or any the' staid people of Kissimmee see us j The Freshies certainly appreciate the Factories churches, theatres, offices KISSIMMEE FLORIDA"ASK
one who does not attend school, pay- kindness of the '
Sophomore girls and
he fee of lined up on the fire escape, or sitting I etc., all need abundant supplies
ing fifty cents a month that
may hope they be able to
attend this class which meets every under the trees, they will know that i them in repay; of fresh air. Factories need them
at future
'' some some
Wednesday afternoon at 4:30: o'clock. our room is too small to hold us. time. most of all, for persons doing physical YOUR NEIGHBOR ; KNOWS"For
have to to the audi- ,
Already we go labor breathe faster than those over 36 year the E. ft Pnlnt.-r IVrtlllirr Company hal turn I.".... Flor.
OUR CHEERING:' torium for biology class. But why I[ Freshmen are the finest Ida (rower. with -rlIllirt Th rontlnuid patronage of rxpvrlriirrd icrow
fuss. We "might" have a new high Rats are the best who are sitting quietly; and most factories era Klvei proof of illifH.Mory rmullaC01

The high school has elected Mary school building next year! Easily! they will conquer use more or less machinery, 'L.O BtCTTlil .....:nTn.I1..:" UK MADE "K \%.ut .... MAKR IT

Sanderson as their cheer leader and I Sophs and all the rest whose fires use up (burn) oxygen and Rill fur New Fall IVIrn LIBt. JUt J ImuedE.
Jeanette assistant cheer
Squires as The Fire Drill
leader. If in high school slam Hark unto their doings release carbon dioxide faster than the :. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Florid.
anyone or Clang, clang, bang, ding, Mark the whole thru ,
out of high school has some good yells )I'dong! What in the wide world has Ever fine and loyal year breath of many men.
or songs we would like to get them. !gone wrong? Feet are shuffling, No one else so true. Temperature and humidity (percent
As there are more students in high people scuffling, children filing of moisture in the air) are also
school this year than we have had in through the doors. The whole building I CAN YOU BEAT THIS?
closely associated with ventilation.The .
several years, we are expecting the is in an uproar. Yet, all this Miss Shockley (just before schoolwas .. ..., .-
cheering to surpass that of other J'noise is nothing less than a fire drillat dismissed) : Pupils, pick up the body heat given off by persons
yean. O. H. S. ATHALIA. floor on the paper. congregated in a workroom, church,

... theatre other buildings raises the
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. The fall garden may not need cuUiivation If you have room to rent, a small Big cream checks and small feed temperature and increases the moill-
ture. When the rises
in the same degree that the advertisement in our classified columns -I bills are the secrets of success In temperature
spring garden does, but it needs it. will fill them. 48-tf. dairy farming. above 86 degrees F. and the humidity I
above 80 cent they cause considerable -
_____ ._ ___ _ ___ __ C =-_______________ ___ discomfort per ; when they rise

higher they cause suffering; and when e3fm

they rise still higher they may cause

heatstroke. . _
The> idea that night air is unhealthyand

must be shut out is a, survival .
L.jjjLL$1 [ From the days when men barricades \.' ....1' : '
i ) themselves to keep enemies from

stealing upon them under cover of f ---

darkness; it was reinforced later before -

window screens were invented, <

when malaria-bearing mosquitoes entered .

by night through/ unclosed win- ZtTyTTY

dows. Night air i is exactly like div

j i Paint and Varnish Products air; and neither of them i is anything

like !PO!! injurious us the air in a room

whose windows are closed and whose .
1 1
1 door is probably never opened nl Co

Prevent Destruction night long, no matter how many persons

are breathing into it carbon "

lioxide--and breathing it-all night
. .
f ., . . long.
; If drafts upon the bed are feared
+k +sr : --ic: : they may be prevented by getting a

<'Ii' : ; .- piece of board about 12 inches wide .

u ,: and nearly as long as the window

I ... -, ,. 6 sash is wide. Raise the window sash, NOW you can buy the famous Laun-Dry-

:( ; slip the board in beneath it, and draw electric washing machine at reduced

the sash down upon it. Outside air
prices. Increased sales volume makes this
will travel upward between the two

; ______ ashes and spill into the room over possible and you get the benefit. *
( the tap of the lower sash. This is
,. nothing like so satisfactory as havIng You need never wring another garment after

.' the upper sash completely down, you get your Laun-Dry-Ette. It whirls a

but it will)) do a lot for that sick head- whole tubful of in
\ garments wringer-dry one
: l lj : achy feeling that you have had every
!, morning on waking up. minute after thoroughly washing every

.;, Dust Devils For further information write to piece. It rinses and blues the clothes.It's .

it lhe Bureau of Engineering, State
: ,f sEWbs'; ; .; Millions ride in Board of Health. the machine that does more o

of the work than
any other
f ;; t, c on every breeze The two United States army officers electric washer th4 machine
who were among those capturedby

f',t._ wf ,lvltily ally' '' ;, f They lay a pall ugliness .over the Chinese bandits and held for ran- that people are talking about.In .

.Ii. I : r .t4 beauty of the rooms. Their defiling some some time ago were both Ma- its 9th successful year and Na

1" 5( z ; fingers strangle the charm and ons. Brother Roland Wilbur Pinber
'tt o (Major Ordinance Corps, U. S. A.) getting more popular every
? ": besmirch the
:n f. cleanliness of the home.
is a member of Manila Lodge, No. 1, month.See .

I t ;' t S. Prevent the evil that dust can do. and Brother Robert A. Allen (Major,

t, r, Apply Devoe Velour Finish. Medical Corps, U. S. A.) belongs in the demonstration we are giving
'vb the United States. in our salesroom today. Or phone
..J'I'ITI 't This flat oil paint because it ia for our home demonstration plan.No...-..,.... ,;
f r The new Jewish flag recently displayed
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_t, washable, insures the constant
at Jerusalem i. blue and white
e beauty and cleanliness of the walls Price until
L '. with a design in the center of two .today $165' .
... % interlaced
i t' triangles forming a six- '
-1 A ;, Velour Finish Holland Enamel pointed star, Solomon's Seal or the Now I'.:
Shield of David (I.goen David and
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t i. :the most Masonic of all flags in its
c' :M I .. W..B. MAKINSON CO. t
t y j'e1ls i ae sa M'Issslw df Us.: symbolism._. FOR SALE 'BYIIX JI
t. MM
Dna V.iarr Fth.t p.fat. Klssitamee, Florida '
[A,>D oiroll; Ml QaaoMl ssMMrtfc as Everybody is talking about cutting JOHN A. JMcCARITHy:

,..Hass-hard u tib. '>'t.T! f ,,. V -1 down ,expenses. Ways' the fanner ., ,

v can do this art by culling;' his chick. 'D n ; '

t ns, testing his ;cows and making-' ELECTRICAL LER.ANDO}CONTRACTO j .,

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-. ..,!i'f1 ,' s ..--- fa KISS1MMEE!:, VALLEY C.A7.ETTE. 'FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER M.; 'IMS . ''N1NB{'

't'' I,NEW FISH''' LAW GOES . ed acreage this year. It win mean tee

INTO EFFECT MONDAY prosperity to the farmer *nd'to the ROBS CALOMEL OF-

merchant. Everyone' who in
erer (Continued from Par* one} can but
able an acre, or smaller, patch or 'more
,, and Issued; in yuch consecutive tags to be order numbered' shall than an acre, should Immediately get 'NAUSEAM) DANGER

bear the word "Osceola County Fish In touch with Secretary Burrows at Occupation License
ing License" together with the the Chamber of Commerce or with ,

$\!i'\! for which, the same is issued. Such year the plants.county agent and arrange. for Medicinal Virtues Retained and Im. \, ; >

f."t tag shall at all times be kept attached proved Dangerous and Sickening "I' r '
to the net, seine or other device for Qualities Removed. Perfected. Tab. : .
"Ii. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE let Called ',"Calotaba." "r. ;
which the same was issued. All licenses J : NOTICENOTICE ,. -
, Issued under' the provisions of RESUMES THURSDAY The. \ latest l triumph of. modern science ', ' .
I, this Act shall expire on June 30th I'S' a "da-nauseated" calomel tablet \ "r; .
(Continued from paaaX11
after such ; known to the drug trade... "Calnlabs"Calomel.the'most
,issuance, No '
person persons ocs association sending out the most generally; used of all
THE footed firm or corporations shall fish inlaid cards advertising Florida. The Fort medicines thus enters upon n wider ,
L'I sure lakes and streams with Held or ,popularity,
; any device Myers realty board won the cup and -purl flort and r.'lIn'Ad
JL longwearing, for which such license is required will be a'contender again this from those objectlonnMn qualities
yean which have ,
All-Weather Treadof without having attached to such device The contest is open to all communities In biliousness heretofore constipation limited Its headaches 'UNA is hereby given that"all '

a Goodyear Cordis the metal license tag a s herein.. and the winner will be chosen on and Indigestion, and In a IIrpatvarl..ty (; :
before provided. I a basis of the of liver, stomach and kidney .a
number of
the best tire insurance I Section 8: The license provided for" largest capita, thus scoring the- ful roubles calomel was the mont success licenses
points per giving remedy but Us usown often nelf'n..ted occupational expire on
you can have. County Act shall be issued by the mall communities equal chance with on account of Its sickening;qualItlee. ..
Th. high, thick, Judge of Osceola County, Fla., the larger. Now It Is the caaleit and most .
aharp.edl'ed blocks I upon the applicant's request, upon the I The local chamber while not entering Calotate pleasant at of bedtime medicines with to n swallow take. On of September 30th and must be renew-

payment of the license tax herein nll into the competition, as such water, -that's all. No taito no griping ; ,
of that famous tread I quired, ,but not until after the said 1 will furnish post cards at the chamber ;. no nausea, no salts. A good '
applicant haa filed with the County and all in the nlllht"s.Iepp and the next morning you ed promptly. Information will be
dig wedge-like people city are wel- are feeling; fine, with a clean liver a .
through mud or 'I Judge, the Sheriff's Permit as pro- come to come and get them and mail purified system and a bill; appetite. Bat I ,
vided for in Section 5 of this Act, and them to their friends elsewhere, as an what you please No danger -

snowtosliplessfootIng 'I' until such applicant has )MSO ;filed advertising:: campaign for Kil''mee sealed Calotabs packages are ,sold price only thirty-five In original cents, filed against all delinquents after ''

carrying on with such County Judge his sworn and for Florida.COMMUNITY . >v for the largo, family package; ten
steadily or coming written application giving his name, ----- cents for the small, trial, size. Tour
I age color, height weight post office N druggist I. authorised to refund the October 15th.
safe I10USE. price as .. that
to a sure, stop. address and the you will be
for which
purpose .
PLANS ARE MOVING thoroughly delighted with Calotab.CRI .-
such license is desired, provided that -Aclv.)
A. C..4..r. ..... thU.n 0
"...,_. w eell ..d corporations shall supply to the County (Continued from pate; 1) fQ
A .. .I *A n.-3'Z; Judge such information for possible at every step, and one affair ------- "
C.r1.fah ,. ; fication as may be required identl-I for this fund has already been decided C. L. BANDY
w...... r..... ..4 a...a1M..G by! r
,. .."A .....4rl Sheriff's Permit License Tags and 1 upon. _
-...-- Application Blanks, required by this I A large number of people have '
LUPFER & PRATIIER Act; shall be furnished to the said spoken to the dramatic committee of Tax Collector.

Board of County Commissioners of the Makinson-Carson Lgion pool ,
Osceola County, Florida and the Sher- about the plav that was presented
r rI I GOOD EAK iff and County Judge shall keep a last April, "The Port of Missing GER
record of all Permits and Licenses issued Men." An unusual interest was created PLEDGER

1p-- -J under the provisions of this Act. by that play and a surprisinglygreat ,

Section 9: The Sheriff shall be number of people who witnessed -
paid the sum of $1.00 for each permit the performance have come to the County Attorney.423t .

mmioH by him under provisions of committee expressing a desire to see
TIRE SPECIAL I this act to be paid by the applicantto it again besides many who did nol i.

the Sheriff upon the issuance of see it and want the opportunity. Mr. :

To introduce Paul Rubber Go's Long the Permit, and the County Judge Triplett.who is directing the amateur We manufacture size 'ff
Distance and Clover Leaf Cords will shall be paid the sum of 25 cents for lays which have proven so successful any

give you free extra heavy duty red 'each License issued by him under theI by the Band and Legion players, tombstone. Buy direct and '
( I provisions of this Act, to be paid by has arranged a small "circuit" ol
tube, with regular or air valve. save agent's commission.
gage the applicant to the County Judge at neighboring towns, in which the plays .
And too, the price is lest than any 1 he directs be Com- t 1
the time of the issuance of each li- may presented. tWrite us a Jine.
similar tire. This applies to all sizes cense. bining this arrangement with the Le
above 30x3 V4. I I Section 10: All money, except: the gion's plans for raising money for LAKELAND MARBLE AND i(

i Let us At you up and forget vou'tin |I fees of the Sheriff and County Judge, the Community House, it has been
collect under the of this decided to repeat "The Port of Missing -
trouble. Our Autovac will stop | provisions
'our Ford from leaking oil or your : Act shall l; be paid over to the Tax Col- Men" next month probably on GRANITE WORKSG.
money back. I I lector of said County and by him paid October 19, preliminary to taking it Garage Machine Shop 4
to two three other cities
into the School Fund of said County. nearby. L. BLACKBURN ,
- R. E. ARNOLD Section 11 : No provisions of this I Miss Dot Makinson, who made the Proprietor -

- .nC'AI. REP.u:''n: TATIVE I Act shall be construed as prohibiting, j hit of the year in her portrayal of: Lakeland Florida \ 1I
'"Flotsam" has agreed to assist the ---- - SUCCESSOR TO CLA Y A THOMAS
requiring permit or license, or interfering -------
('HAS. G. MEDLIN. &: SON in any manner with the fishingin Legion players again, and all the other 'Bloodshot Eyes I .1:,
orlaado, .1.. .......r,. Distributor. any of the Lakes or Streams in Os- I members of the cast are available Are I
cured without in
pain one day by Farming Machinery '
4.4tAmericats ( <'eola'County. Florida, with a hook and i and will again appear. Therefore Leonardl's Golden Eye Lotion. No other :
line, or rod and reel. i all ye good people who want a Community eye remedy In the world as cooling healing
i I Section' 12: Any seine net or other I House, bear in mind that you and strengthening for weak eyes.. Insist Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt -'
device thnt may be found in Lake can see this play next month if you on having "Leonardi's. It makes I
Tohopokalijfa.: East Lake Tohopekali- I didn't see it, and that you may .see it' strong eyes.GuaraDtePd.
1k Lake Russell' and seine, net | again if you enjoyed it the last time. or money refunded. All
fii or any druggists senitoAdvertising
j i or other device that may be found in .
I 'any of the lakes and streams in Osce- 'JURORS DRAWN FOR FALL is of no more import "

I 1 ola County, Florida during the TERM OF CIRCUIT COURT ance to a merchant than gasoline is 'i''

months of July, August and September I I The following names have been to an automobile. ..

r 8 and any seine, net or other device ':drawn for the fall term cf Circuit n. _____
that may be found in any of the
Court for Osceola
lakes and streams in Osceola County, (
H. C. Stanford, H. L. Overstreet,
Florida, which does not have attached
i R. J. Johns W. W. Ivey Sam McBeth,
mt thereto the license for in
l ri tag provided I I John McPhalter, J. D. Woodbeck, H. I
i Section 7 of this Act or in either case,
/i ( W. Anderson, Tie Base F. B. Harvev,
.are hereby declared a nuisance, and it
Chas. A. Garrett, S. B. Aultman. D.
shall be
is hereby declared that there
R. Stroup, M. E. Croxton, Bt Dickerson. -
1 rights vested in the same,
annual rec- I and no property the Sheriff of Osceola County, A. E. Bass W. H. Million H. S,, ; ,
Partin B. C. Barker S.
LeeRo&erl, ,
ord of fire loss averages I Florida, or his lawful deputies are R. Chapman, Jno. A. McCarthy, L. C. .
hereby authorized to destroy the same I Godwin, J. L. Pherigo, M. W. Sim- ft : '"' "
immediately. .. ,The Shopping' Center'' of Central FloridaWED.N :
624 Churches I Section 13 i The word "seine, net trI coons, Alfred C. Dow,. W. E. Sander- -

other device" as used in this Act shall son. A. E. Thomas. J, T. Drawdy Arthur .... :' /t" :: r
totally destroyedIt device Alderman, B. O'Bannon, Jim \ ,.") > i
not include any trap or other set Peterson, Jackson Simmons, L. E. ,',' " : "Wf ;' 'v1/ '/ I
I and it is declared unlawful ; 'Qc..Li10,192 ; ;
I is often an exceedingly dif- fo* any person, persons, firm or Partin, W. R. Godwin H., A.,Coble. a ES.DAX ; :; J.-) " t '1, !,.,

ficult ,matter to finance church corporation to catch or take from the ..
construction. Loss by fire would waters of any lake or stream in Osce- MORE PRE-COOLING PLANTS I tat

he felt keenly. I ola County any fish with or by means OF TilE KISSIMMEE STYLE ,

Good judgement demands there- of any trap or other set device. I Four of the citrus grower associations ,: n
fore that fire insurance be secured -
Section 14: Any person, persons, affiliated eth the Florida Cit- '
through a good agency firm or corporation that shall violate 'a.
and placed in the Hartford Fire shall be rus Exchange are erecting citrus preceding ORLINDO'
Insurance I any provisions of this Act plants this summer, it is an- $'
Company. and shall be
guilty of misdemeanor
. I nounced by J. W. Andrews, pre-
Insurance Facts punished accordingly. cooling engineer of the Exchange.With r
I Section 15: All laws, or parts of
seven pre-cooling plants
Fir Co-MpaBlva work: !laws in conflict with the provisions that were in operation last season. '
t>Bf>tb..r ...m1mltjto bole I of this Act be and the same are hereby the new additions will bring the total ;

Aa rrlra redact her are 1_ I repealed._ i I' number of plants to be operated. in /F ALL EXHIBIT !

i i NIMRODS WILL MEET 1923-24 up to eleven. /
Call on this agency I ON NEXT TUESDAY 1 Fort Pierce Oak Hill and Cocoa-
Merritt Island associations, in the Indian
(Contlrn.<1. from Patr r,nest ., River Citrus Sub-Exchange-and
CARSON FARMER and unifying their action in ac- the Winter Garden association, in the t'. ---
complishing the aims of the Florida Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange\' .... '\ a ,::. .. ,

..... (.am" and Fish Protective A socia- are the organizations building the ;/ ,', "'
"The Insurance Man" tion." new plants. The first three associations :: : ; ; '

In addition to this effort upon the will have plants with a capacityof / k J.o
P......e. I "': ,.
part of the state association, a state four cars per day, each, while the 1' : *.
Over Il.ber..a' Drag
MV4: Br.s4ws. >7 Kl* _e Flu field agent has been appointed to aid, 'Winter Garden association's plant' -Uj...".. -:-- ..- -": -. ."
assist, and encourage unorganized will have facilities for handling six --...
counties in the state of Florida to cars of fruit per day. The Winter -

become organized into county asso- ,I Garden plant is now more than SO

ciations. per cent complete, while the installa- See the newest and latest models in suits, dresses, hats, automobiles 4
of the Florida Game will finished ina
. It is the desire tion of machinery be

and Fish Protective Association to few weeks. Building constructionis pianos, phonographs, furniture, rugs, toilet articles, gro
have their field agent specialize in well under way with the other three

At 1 this most important work of conservation plants. ceries, hardware and ;all other merchandise.Band .' .0-
in order that their representative The general type of the new pre-
be in a position to render all the cooler is similar to that constructedlast
Concerts and Ad. Clubs Boy The theatres will have the latest
assistance possible whenever season at Mount Dora and Kis-
SAN ITARYDAIRYCO'S upon by active associations or thosein simmee, by the associations of those Scout Prum and Bugle Corps will pictures and entertainment features t

line of formation. two communities.In give concerts from 10.00: a. m. to including Fashion Show with living .
MILK &ICE CREAM CECIL R. PHILLIPS, addition to these four precoolers 4:00 models. '
State Field Agent. M. C. Britt, a member of the Win : p. m. _, .f'

Florida Game and Fish Protective',ter Garden association, is installinga / Automobile exhibition of 1924 models Contest with cash prizes will produceand

Association. modern ten car per day precoolerfor latest equipment for cars store windows decorated with beauty
in the movement of his lettuce
? j use
of all makes. taste and novelty.
/ FIRST FOOTBALL crop. Mr. Britt is a very successful ; *

ep I GAME NEXT WEEK grower of lettuce, and after a Real Estate meir wHr mk* special Restaurants, candy stores soda fountain -,

(Continued from page 1) thorough investigation became con- offerings and will display tpiniature andxsoft drink stands will make d-
will battle with the locals vinced that a pre-cooler would add ,
Sanford bunch .
M a the home grounds. materially in getting his product to groves, residences, etc. specialofferings.a dal.
on market in the of condition.A "; .
still date, \
November 3 is an open )A 1E, '
and the management( is trying to geta : See Interesting and educatjoaal exJiiSit of Mad -in-OrUndo manufactured 1"

ATTENTION, home game for that date Novem- GREAT NEWSPAPERTHE products at Orlando Chamber of Commerce. ,': .
ber 10 Osceola playa Sarasota there I. ... .
FATHERS and on November IT, DeLand, there. ,
,; November 24 sees Clearwater here, fine roads. Meet. ; f'; .
/", with Thanksgiving still in the bal The Tampa Morning Tribune is the Drive over to rlando on Orange County's your '!

V ance. Great Florida Newspaper exploitingthe friends from Polk Osceoia, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Seminole, I" : i\I"
Sanitary Dairy milk is the State and
resources of payingparticular '

;., the milk for your folks. GROWERS PREPARE attention to the Commercial Volusia, Orange an other nearby counties; see the, latest styles::<.: !l'; (c r''j: :

1 Ik will benefit'your> baby. FOR BERRY SEASON Industrial Agricultural, Horticultural of merchandise sA J <
,: .. .. enjoy:the music; and make selections new whirr. ; ,1 : l
Your wife and children ( ..>from' Pare OnO Political and Social Events I ; ,

.f' 'will like it and, It''' will be the carriage charges cents, thus, which saving avenge a lit- as,they occur in every Town City and : the. stocks, N. .._,.are. complete.."' '.'.' i.t./.. ...,... .. ,_, ;Li.13J'.' ,.. fywi\''. \. ',:j...",,;-,. ''V'.4
about twenty "
"< good ,for you. direct. Hamlet in the Great State of Florida. "'"

tie Both over Mr.the Gunn cost of and buying tie Growers of4clal fiend in your subscription to the "'. This creat day U planned and,worked ont |>y the,Orlando:and Orange \ ;, ;., :; !

. Y' r i,orrfnt the people in Osce- Tribune Office or bandit to your local County Ad. club,'thellYut clnVln Florida.affiliated with the Man l { :.I.t''j..1\ ....j
eta county to plant berries. It to not dealer so that yea can,enjoy reading 11 "or" I .,.1
., Wortd..
\- {, la .. The MUOn' outlook to the 'On 9v. claW Achert1sID'CJoba of the .. rirfti d4rn *- '
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Florida's Grestest, Newspapers i _'I'I" rt o. r'",/' Jr ? ", :f)
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: Dot Maklnson, substituting to- one, of I FLORIDA DEFAMER I -, "

the members received a beautiful imported ....
f hN SOCIETY'S. REALM 1 handkerchief. I ISSUES AN APOLOGYCocoa ", .

Those enjoying Mrs. hospitality .

were: Mesdames 1L S. Geiger: Man Who Wrote The Story For Mpn'roe Thomas :

BRIDGE CLUB DeWilton Alderman, George P. Gar- Northern Papers About ,Conditions v
rett, Carson Farmer, John Pugh, J. "" '
Mrs. George Garrett most delightfully -
Of Prisoners Retracts Remark ,
entertained the members the Holmes Prather, Harry C. Piano, Roy .' \ '
,her Tuesday home Afternoon on Main street Bridge last Club H.Starbird Nelson, Walter,Makinson- Coble,, ,and Edgar Misses Katz For some time. i.-the papers of theMAle. r-' : '' GARAGE ', ? \.,."..,.0: %." . \

The rooms were decorated with plants }Frances Bay and Dot Makinson.SHERIFF ,J' have been- making: remarks about'nJne ' " i. , "f :' ... .. '. \ '
Vernon of Cocoa who .
Lamme,1 .
and cut:. flowers Mrs. ,Roy red,hibiscus Starbird predominating scored I, ,FARMER LANDS TIIIEK i wag northern the author ,of articles published I .-- ." ".", ,'' ',' .''' 18 Emmett Street' .' .. '.. ,. '"K\' .,")"1"'v'5,, \ ;, .,',
AND RECOVERS givingFlorida, '
and Mrs. DeWilton Aid,.'rmmt papers .
I highest I ._ ... '
--- and road No. 2 a
partlcplarly camp PHONE 47
scored lowest. A salad and ice course -
Sheriff Farmer yesterday arrested black (>, ye. Mention has been made of ''i r
was: served. Arthur Maltby and a negro farm \hand : thc traction cf the statements made, \

SURPRISE PARTY I for the larceny of several' / article nC and now comes a signed; statement I '
clothing and other things! from the They Tried Us Once Now Come
the delightful events from the writer cf those calumnies'j) -- They ,
One of most
home} of HeD.. Atchison, of the Lust Saturday A. A'' j jsccietarv
'f last week! was a surprise birthday I!
Saint Cloud Baptist church. Rev.
of Development
luncheon given by Mrs. Edgar Katz I Ate'liijon is living at the old W. I. Hoard, W. A. McKae! commissioner.of Every Time
at"hcattractive home on Bryan streetin
I Barber home nl Carolina station, .iKrirulturcv with L. S, Andrews and
honor of Mrs. Roy invited I. Stnrbird.take j which was purchased l last .spring by Dr. ]n. A. Schlernitzauer businessmen .
Mrs Sturbiid was to I tte') r minister and his brother. of ('m'oll'i"itpd the state loud
lunch at a cafe, but dropped by :Mrs.l 1 Two weeks. ago, on Sunday 'while depaitniftit's} / camp which had been' Prompt Attention To Small Jobs As Well As Large
Katz'g with :Mr. Starhird, and was
Rev. Atchison and family were i rr: mentioned by l.ummc, to investigate ,
ushered into the dining room, where a:
Saint Cloud at church their home conditions and interview prisoners ''
; table with an exquisite center; T>iece, II was ransacked and two overcoats, a They found that the story was untrue I "' Residence Phone 71
was spread, and a large birthday cake
," valuable cloak belonging to Mr. Atchiscn's and then they interviewed the story ? .
with candles forming the center piece. mother, two costly strings of wiitor, -Lummo, The' result, was a
The decorations were in pink vine. bead. several dresses and other .
) articles signed statement. sworft to before 11'
During; the luncheon hour, fortunes were stolen. Mr. Atchison came which Iantnu to the visiting
i notary pave .
I and conundrums told and most
were a
I'I'I to Kissimmee and took the matter un delegation with the understanding -
e delightful time ensued. The honoree with Judge Comer, who called Sheriff that it would, be given to the - .- .. _.
I was the recipient of many lovely Farmer and turned the to =
case over The statement follows: j .
useful gifts, as.well as good wishes. him. newspapers. has PARENT-TEACHERS o POTATOES FOREMOST AMONG I
Realizing that a treat injustice AMERICAN LEGION'NOTES
: (
Those attending this affair were Mr. clever detective work Sheriff ON THURSDAY I OUR VEGETABLES
By been done to Captain II. II. Ray of MEET I IN VALUE
-Starbird Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. R.J I
Farmer )'es1a11'day'<, found the missing, ! road camp No. 2 on state' highway : -- .00 -
Edgar Katz, Mrs Walter Coble Lee, Mrs.and j, articles at Miltby's home, near the No. 4; to W. A. McRae, commissioner All Parents. And Other Citizen Of tOo The potato is foremost in vatae
Oscar Smith, and Mrs. Dora I
M I'' Miss ""nlt'terlnd 1I11'elltedlJlltby; and a of agriculture in charge of all prison Kissimmee Cordially Invited To Willie Meehan, San Francisco among- our vegetables. It ii the chief ,
t negro w""Fn< is I said/ to have been working camps in Florida; to the members of .\ttt'ndIf'elinjt: And Aio-lst I heavyweight/ boxer who holds the unique money crop of large areas, an im.iportant : .
1 PARTY j' for him. :Maltby was held to appear the state pardon hoard who have responsibilitv ---- distinction of being the only man in
I before the grand jury under The Parent-Teachers Association in the staple many others, and i.
for the state prisoners world to
: ; I score two popular decisions -
l Mrs. U. J. Burrows ontertai, od IIat I! $1000 bond, and) lodged in jail in custody to the people of Cocoa; llrevard county will hold its. first meeting, of the fall in the prize-ring over the grown for home supply and local

a children's party on Thursday of the sheriff in lieu of bond. and the state at huge, by the publication eaon. on next Thursday afternoon at present" world's champion, Jack Dempsey markets In almost every farming dis.
afternoon in honor of her daughter,
e' ,, Sheriff Farmer believes he has recov- of an article on prison camps the high school at four o'clock Mrs. has offered his services to officers trict. The wise or unwise
"Ie who celebrated her eighth'PS : markeUnc'of
anna erred all the goods which were stolc-n. W E. Sanderson! president of the as-
that which purported to describe} the methods of the American Legion convention the potato
birthday anniversary at time. crop may easily .
-- ---- -- ----
the sociation urges! all parents as well) a. committee
of linn-lime recalcitrant
J Cut flowers were used in the decorations ..RE)) S. G11; .BLRT: TO oners and conditions under which pns the other citizens of Kmsiirmiee. to attend the boxing-wrestling, as a program participant that in is difference of millions of dollars III|

III for children and a number of games suitable I I MOVE TO \DKNTOWN' ) :" prisoners! worked which article 1based I these meetings, at which matters. of to lie staged during the legion gathering the farmers' income In a year, according
were enjoyed.
I II 'r upon false, information. I here- importance to the whole communityare on October 15.19. : to the U. S Dept. of Agrlcul
Later in the afternoon the youngster Fred S, Gilbert who expects to '
open by acknowledge that I made the error; discussed. r Me' han was a sailor during the ture. This is practically true of
F the the
I were invited into dining: a store in Bradentown on October. The matter before the
j room, where ice cream, take, and 15, is determined to get rid of all his of not investigating the conditions at association particular at the present time Is that World war, and captured a number of late or main crop of potatoes which
the which I had not visited un- service
championships. While his
punch in red and white were served. goods in his ,store before heR"OE'R ramp comprise about '
present school [ the
til after the articles were published of the necessity for a new high chances would he slim against boxersof o total
Centering the dining table was a He i.s therefore
I :
I / advertising a and further that upon personal investigations and primary department building. The the Dempftey calibre, his spectacular production.
beautifully decorated birthday cake, sale of in the store
everything atpril'es later I could not find any various angles of the question will be style of "milling"-and antics | Potato crop and market news
adorned with lighted candles. sus.plied
eight : far below the
so regular selling
the next
I Those invited to this party were price that they do not look natural.An evidence that any prisoner had been discussed ut meeting lire expected to create considerable by the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture
I' DeRheta Alderman, Alde )'tha -Jordan advertisement elsewhere! in this striopecl The solitary.and handcuffed cells are to built a tree.according The president has also extended{ an amusement for the legion visitors. includes crop and market report.

Dorothea Belle Katz, Katherine issue gives a few of them, but he is and summaries of
; to specifications' of the state prison invitation to the Legion Community Three fire bout* of the Boston h'arl many kind published
Butler, Beatrice and Mary 1-eesing, selling everything: in the store at remarkable board and are amply large andwell House (committee to have a represen- l her fleet have been rechristened in at eight field stations locatedin
\ Virginia and Brownie Carter, Kather- I bargains. He calls the salea tative at the meeting to discuss theproposed honor of heroes of the
ine and Frances Smith Eunice ventilated for comfort of occupants department, the prominent shipping sections.
Mary '
massa house and clubrooms who died in the World
of the These
at all seasons year.I war.
and Dcnald Phillips, Ruth Leslie and cre" ant the prices asked for the local would like and at about a dozen market station,
am very glad to offer this correction which the pout teats now named the Angus MacDonald. -
Robert Joiner, Katherine O'Bryan, goods seem to prove that phrase cor through the Florida Development to see builtin Kisximmce as a memorial i Thomas A. Ring, and John P. including the Washington office
Jaconetta Ruth Flo-
Aultman! Veina and Forgas Lucile ,Dur- rect. Hoard, which i is. the State Chamber of to the l boys who gave their Dowd were dedicated at special ceremonies These reports contain the necessary
ra SinquefieM, I
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rance. Helen Rogers and Ruth and ..HTJlOHlTGIVEN FOR- (Commerce as they have fully investigated lives in the World war This was in )'I recently conducted by state! facts of production, condition, shipment
Elizabeth conditions" response' to the request of the legionnaires i officials. and post officers of the American prices, demand, and
Deyoro. )DEMOLAjr CHAPTER HKRK: that the various organizations Legion and
- 'Signed/ ) VERNON LAMME.: were participated in
BAPTIST CLASSENTERTAINED Blossom- I Sworn' to and !subscribed to beforeme discuss the question with the committee : by city ofrUialH and :3000 firemen cf By persistently using and comparing
I Orange" Lodge No 80, F
:i and A. M., has received authorizationto this :22nd day of September A. I D with a view to determining the Itoxton. The Metropolitan Firemen's reports from day to day and season

t4. Mrs. Harry Hudson of Pinedale, institute a chapter of DeMolay: in 1922.I!I:!: best plan and] procedure. post of the American Legion formed after season! they become more and

delightfully entertained the membersof Kissimmee.Dr.. I Signed i ) .1. C. McLKOD.MOTHKICS )i i i The ofluirs' of the )ParentTeachersAssociatitn lam nl' members of the department, more useful in showing the points
\ the Dorcas Class of the ---- -- --- for this year are: Mrs. W al h'ndI.J..t! u body.
Baptist R. p. Ruckmaster. of Orlando holder when, how, and where to sell.
church and other friends, at her home is the district deputy of the order, and : Lint WILL MEET: Sanderson, president. ; Mrs. F'. (''I Attached to the pilot house of each ,,1 The general I condition and
Wednesday afternoon, September 20.. has notified the local Council! that the'' ON: SATt'RI>AY AFTERNOON:' Bryan vice-president; :Mrs. Willa bout i is a bronze tablet, reciting the COUrt
I .. Thirty-two guests assembled on the Orlando chapter Boys of DeMolay --- Steed secretary; anti Mrs. I). U. Shaver I( valorous! d 't'd"f<< the man for whom of the market is best indicated by the

spacious porch, where attractive will come to Kissimniee on Monday There will he a mcetinp- the treasurer. Professor Shaver is ,the vessel was ramed. Relatives! of leading grades of the most important

t games were played and delicious ice evening October 8, for initiation and Mother. Club Saturday afternoon. the honorary president of the associa- ''
w September 29. at 4 o'clock, atV('st tion. the
cream' and cake served. ceremony.
were institution, of the local chapter. It most active markets. Among the

1. Fonenbenry The ladies present Allen, B.were M: Hall Me-,dames Conrad : win Boys be of known Osceola! Chapter, i I''I Cottage There, in 222. unfinished Orlando sewing avenue. to h.arI ''LEGION:' -RECEIVES-- -SUGGES-- I[, Open war on mosquitoes will be regular price developments to be looked

Bryan, Mary Edwards, Smith, about. after-the-summer reports, the I T10NS:' FOR AIR CONFERENCE: I II waged f by city health officers and n for in average Reasons I is a comparatively
A Creech Floyd. Wiring, Rivers, Chap- MRS. E. P. NEID DIEDYESTERDA Rchccl lunch room activities besides squad of volunteers from the American low price at digging time
Mrs. Best's work on child welfare to i General public interest has been I Legion posts in Shreveport. La., .
man, Weeks John Wilder, M. B. Car- Y AT ORLANDO I with some gain as shipment decrease
ion i be considered. Mrs. Best will leave !aroused in the American Legion'sproposal in an effort to forestall any epidemic
May, Bell Arthur Crox-
Jones. Friends 'I I of I international air disarmament cf malaria or when winter conditions begin, then
"ton, Mach, Conerlv, Johnson, of E. P. Neld are sympathizing next week for her vacation. an or dengue fever.A i'
Farmer, Griffin, W. H. Jones Geiger N. C. I with him over the loss of his !! COMMITTEE. conference, according to group of legionnaires and members several months of moderate ups slid

Bryan; and Misses Almena Leitner, wife Isabel Winch Neid who passed j', national headquarters officials of the of the Forty and Eight recently downs, and then another swing., upward -
sway at an Orlando hospital j' Try This, Girl veterans' organization. volunteered their services to the local
,Elisabeth Warfng, Mary C. Bryan yesterday -I or downward, with the openioc
i Evelyn Elam and Elizabeth a few minutes after noon. I Wife: "Dear, if you'll get a car I The legion's appeal for opinions on board of health and will take an ac- ,
t ., i Ut Thompson Mrs. Neid was taken to the hospital'Wednesday !I tan save a lot, of clothes during our the advisability of the gathering has tive partin the campaign of draining of spring activity. The proportion of'

afternoon. for an opera ,. vacation this stimulated many prominent citizens to and oiling bodies of water which stocks held, by:"dealers on January; 1
; , TUESDAY BRICE tion. -. i i summer. express their opinions, to suggest ad. serve as breeding places of the dii- has often prrfved'an Indication of th

WIn MRS. BOICE Funeral ,services will be held Monday ,! Hub:. "How do ,you mean? ditional reasons for holding; the conference ease-carrying 'insect, 'course "of the late winter and spring' I i
.. Mrs." H. W. Boice .entertained the morning at nine o'clock at the Wife: "Well, you see, if we go to and to outline methods of r markets. "

Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club at Church of the Holy Redeemer. one hotel, as formerly I'll need seven procedure. Where They Go

her home on Vine street last Tuesday ---------- dresses, whereas if we have a car I Because European nations have I The head of the firm caught the I All Serene
afternoon. Artistic decorations of I The most important spot in the contracted for most of this country's office boy telling falsehoods.
autumn flowers presented an attrac- whole world is the American farm can get one dress and we'll !go to sev- available supply of spruce lumber, essential "I'm surprised at he said. "Did1 you mail those two letters I

tive scene. Salad and coffee were home-Dean Vivian, Ohio State Col- en hotels."-Boston Transcript.Use in (construction of aircraft, "Do you gave you, NorahT"
you know what they do with boys
served. lege. ------ I Representative I Elton Watkins, of "Yes'm at the office. But I
The high score for the club members a cake of soap to its last bit. ;,Portland, Ore., believes that the conference who tell lies?" post

was won by Mrs. John Pugh, who The minute some folks hear a knockin Moisten the thin piece of used soap |' is necessary.' lie has written "Yes sir," was the reply. "When noticed that you'd put the two-cent
received their motor they stop and fix it, i the legirn stating that the entire j, stamp on the foreign letter and the
a handsome wall vase! and' and the new take press them tightly j ; sup- they get old enough the firm sends
Mrs. Nelson Makinaon was given the' but some communities never attempt together; and set themallidpto.fI.y ''ply' of this wood grown only in the |i them out as traveling salesmen. five-cent stamp on the city one."

Jour prize correspondence cards. Miss' to stop the knockers. for few hours. |< states of Oregon and Washington, Boston "Oh, dear, what a blunder!"
I II a Transcript.
will soon be exported to countries I II
foreign all ma'am. I
"But I fixed it right,
. I unless air, forces'' are reduce:! oran :1 - -- --
_.. I --- -- I Naughty Girl just changed the address oft the en-
J embargo is placed upon exportation -|
,; 111I1111I111111I11I11I11I1111I lIllIllIllIfIIII 111I11I11 III flllllllllllllllllfurlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllll ('f this kind "f lumber. i "(;Jo to Father! she said, when l he velopes."

-- Miss Julia C. Lathrop humanitar- | asked her to wed,
-- -- ian, listed as one pf the twelve most The members of Meridian Masoni
j j I For she knew that he knew that her
-- -- famous women in America, has Lodge of Cleveland Ohio, held their
t ) i --- to- I ten that participant nt the (' father was dead, apnual sunrise raising August 14 at
-- -- ence should he not only technical writ-//And she knew that he knew of the
2:30: The consistedof
'i : a. m. ceremony
-- -- I Itborities but also civilians., both life Dad had led
-- --- land! women, who represent public i iI a concert of appropriate music and
I And she knew that he knew what she
--- -- cpinion in their respective' countries the raising of one candidate. Breakfast -
meant when she said
4 -- --- I "The ,economic, and political confusion I : was served at 5:30: a. m. Past
of than half the world l "Go to Father!"-Exchange.
more Master Rev. George I. Foster was the
1r, : The Bank With = 'I j the war preparations rf which air of the occasion
: THE TURNING POINTBank armament i. an astounding indication HEAD THE VALLEY GAZETTE speaker

'P the show how far we are from any

= acceptd practical propiam'm! pursuance -
of our li"-m'' f< r a peaceful
Abilityand world order" her letter stated! "Undoubttdly

__ __ ______ ___ { the world is nt the stage- -

,. == for talking an l we should lose no
== sound occasion like this for candid

a t Willingness ternational conference.". in-I T"ADa aN"M t

IX each life there comes a turning point Mrs. Carrie Chapman (Tatt

';1\\ == to Serve inent suffragette and also. aids"
";, = where is among\ the twelve lending women of I Se I
money absolutely Noth-
necessary.) this cruntry, has expressed a belief J ata.aruaraGrower'Meanbers
that the agenda of the conference '

k' DfPOSITS[ takes its place. It has no substitute. should include warfare"the competition.i>')uallv menacini'cTiemical I e

.} When that lar suggektions had been made Simi-I
c turning point comes in your life r ters received l hv the legion, from

ator Holm O. rjursum of New

-as it does to every one i in the worlds-will = and Oswald Garrison; Villard, prominent I
pacifist and editor! of the Nation.

== }f( :you have money in the Bank here to meet == I A pest of the American legion; of the Florida Citrus Ex' _

N' == I == composed principally of Chippewa change are not any longer

-== It? == I Indians, is soon to be organized"at looking for the best marketing -

-= =- l Reserve, Wis. Formal installation of
c::=: service.
t::= = the post will occur in October. Special -

= ; interest attaches to the forma
tion of the post because at a recent They have it, through their "}

t 'gathering of legion men in Superior own selling organization \;'

Ii :i ..l of' Osceola I :'was National made Commander a chieftain of Alvin the Chippewa Owsley developed by, cooperation 1.1 '

County tribe, by the ancient Indian ceremony. to a high degree of practical I; ;

; He:was named in honor of the ',reat.l efficiency;.. irFw i 4

eat Chippewa 'orator, "BeautifyingWrd. ) I'
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