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: October 5, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID01136
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: .. AUTO CAMP IS' PUT, SCHOOL GIRL FALLING" KILLEDBY FROM. TRUCK CITY ACQUIRES LAKE FRONT PROPERTY 0 'SUNDAY DAY FOR SPECIAL METHODIST RALLY CHURCH KISSIMMEE 0 MAN JOHEAD"GATORANNUAL- "4


, ': INTOCOMMISSION ffWwas Jettie Saler, thirteen year old school AND BULKHEADING WILL BE FINISHEDLong Next Sunday will be "Rally"and '
: . killed yesterday morning by Home Coming Day" at the First ,1
I being' thrown from a truck in which Methodist church. Special programswill ,
she was, riding to school. The truck be ,
given school
by the Sunday
:]I. N. Phillips Is Appointed was being driven by James Hilhard, Time Dream Of Beautiful Municipal-lake Front Epworth LeagMe, and the church. Murray'' Overstreet Elected, .
Special Policeman Have I ancjl behind him on the floor of the Sunday morning Dr. W C. Norton
truck sat the deceased girl and his Made Possible By City's Acquisition Of Almost will preach upon the subject "My Editor-in-Chief ,Of .The'
Charge Of The Grounds niece, Mildred Llghtsey. Mr. Billiard
i Church and I./ University Year Book
- cannot account for the accident. Fifteen Acres From Ruby To Posseil AvenuesThe Superintendent John L. Overstreet, (n' ,,

While the tourist season can hardly I, "I was driving slo\vly, when the -- of the Methodist Sunday school, announces Kissimmee who '
people are interested
said to be fairly started, the free ,wind blew my hat of!. As I reached City of Kissimmee fication observance of the day in his
IIP can now go but it points the way to financial in achievements. of the' more &
for it I
swerved the!
is. A number of have to side of the department, and extends cordial Invitation
auto camp cars ahead with the bulkheading plans for prosperity for Kissimmee. a than thirty graduates of O.ceola.HI&b 0
already used it and some are there road back., and Jettie then fell made' a slow turn lakefront park and public.buildln .. Again the talk is heard of the not- to all the people of Kissim School who this year went to college 'i,,
least two of the camping off into.the road. I mee who do not attend Sunday school
At
now. On Monday morning- the city commissioners improbable future for boating facili or university, were greatly pleased
,wish it had been
who there during the me instead I he said. anywhere else to attend Sunday's
stopped ties.
parties reached an agreement with Water sports become an assured last week when the'news came that
last few days have bought, propertyin ; The little girl lived a few minutes Messrs. Langley and Laird, division fact. services. Sunday school Is at 9:45.It : Murray Overstreet, eon of Mr. and "

Kissimmee according to H. ,N. .and was rushed into Kissimmee for superintendent and division engineer The agreement between the city is your Church and my Church Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, had been,elected .
Phillip" who is in charge. of the 'medical aid, whch did not save her. respectively, of the Atlantic CoastLine and the railroad offifTals follows many That sends its plea today.: editor-in-chief of -"The Seminole" '
grounds. The whereby Kissimmee buys the years of argument and experimentation. For Faith strong and Hope's song, the annual publication of the junior
. Phillips is a resident of MlchJ- two girls usually come to school And Love to lead the way
- Mr. tract along Lake Tohopekaliga of The more recent development class at the University of, Florida.
. the school
-- City Indiana. At least that Is on buss but on that particular fifteen from Ru- leading to the For earnest hearts to work and pray; The
gan approximately acres,. up present happy out- announcement came through last '
where he spend part of hi. time. The I Mr. day were riding in on the truck. by 'avenue to Posseil avenue. come follows the trip of Mayor-Com For honest hearts the tithe to pay.It's Friday's issue of The FloridaAlliae.. 4
Saler and
of it he spends in Kisslmmee. famity'recently came Once the is work missioner I God's Church and our Church tor .
'I' rest to Kissimmee from more dredge at A. S. Gilbert, City Attorney weekly varsity newspaper. Murray
This year he returned to the southland I Georgia. with a job laid out ahead. The proposed W. JI| Steed and County Attorney Pat And she call to you today. is, by the -way, alumni :editor of '
ue on Labor Day, and immediately election to vote on transferringthe Johnston to the railroad headquarters that publication. j

et began to show Ma accustomed interest INSTALL DEMOLAY bulkhead money into a street parIng at Wilmington, and the subsequentvisit FIRST STEPS FOR Literary achievements{in university
in the auto camp. Through 'arrangements . fund is now a dead Issue The to Kissimmee of the officials of life are not the only ones he has gain '
r" with the city he was put recent awakening of the city will pro- the company. It follows the studies ed. He is a member of the university

is j In charge of it, and because he believes I CHAPTER vide for that other necessary step.toward made by City Manager Doughten band of which he is also assistant ,
MONDAYLocal I NEW SCHOOL
d m the camp and what it may Kissimmee's progress by a new Pat Johnston and Skipper RiChardof START manager, a member of Farr Literary I

.. mean both to the city and to the bond election, according to plans now the dredge, as to the possibility of Society, Masqueraders, and an officer .
northern guests he has donated his being made. City Manager B. B. economic operation of the dredge. It of the Osceola County Club. Re is a
I e time ill petting.lt in tip top shape for Chapter Of National Doughten estimates that the remnantof follows long sessions of the commissioners Petitions Being CirculatedTo member of the Gamma Lambda MusIcal

fll this winter. Boys Organization To Be the bulkhead funds will be sufficient and the overcoming of one Combine Districts To Fraternity and is an Alpha Tan ,' I
in Under the direction of Mr. Philips, to finish the reclaiming of the difficulty after another. But that is Omega. '1
)0 end with the assistance of city teams, Formed In KissimmeeOsceola entire tract just acquired from the all in the past-the present and the Bond For New BuildingsAs Four Kissimmee boys and one who

11, the camp has been all cleaned up railroad, and that dream of many future are the important things. Kis -- formerly lived here are in the band. 1

the "community oven" rebuilt, and the Chapter Order of DeMolay, years involving one of the most simmee will have its waterfront.The the need for new buildings became In addition to Murray Overstreet,who Tithe \ ,
1,C entire grounds made inviting. It will the national I organization for boys, beautiful waterfronts ever boasted by price agreed upon with the the most pressing in the historyof plays the baritone Henry Edward '
h now accommodate more than a hundred will be installed in Kissimmee next an inland city will soon be realised. railroad for the property involvedwas the city the actual steps toward plays the clarinet, John Graham the''

Do cars without crowding. As usual Monday night, October 8, at Fraternity -I It is not only a step toward beautlI $1000.BAND I getting new buildings got under way drums,. Ad Gilbert an alto, and Charlie -

the camp is equipped with city Hall. The institution of the chapter With the recent arrival of new resi Rogero, former Kissimmeean, a
tUitric lights and city water. Benches will be in charge of Dr. R. PBuckmaster dents who have bought property: the clarinet. Burton Ames who graduated -
1-
i und tables are also provided. of Orlando, district dep- I already crowded condition of the last. year with high honors' is at 1,
I
.- :Mr Phillips was last week' sworn uty, with the assistance of the John MORE CLUBS ENDORSE WILL GIVE A school buildings became an impossi Gainesville as secretary. of "the Extension -

s in nPpedal policeman and appoint. M Cheney Chapter, of Orlando. bility. There simply isn't room, in Division,, 0
I.. C,1 l In City Manager Doughten to have i The Order of DeMolay is for boys present accommodatons, to take care The three "Rats" from Kissimmee.
,1 hnrpf of the entire camp. On accounts from mxteen to twenty-one years of A COMMUNITY HOUSE CONCERT ON SUNDAY of the increasing number of pupils. this year have been pledged to national :' "' '
interest in the andhi fraternities Jack Simpson accepted
Ingreat camp ago, and was founded in 1919 in Kansas The'school board: is making every effort 0
"I wite i < acquaintance with automo-' City, by Frank S. Land with to relieve the situation by tempoiary the Kappa Alpha bid, Leonard ,
I, trj.t5., the outlook is' for a Herrick i is pledged Alpha Tau Omega,
I
I twil\p members It was not then Legion Committee Meeting Complimentary Concert This emergency> measures, but the
". orderly andy and Lewis Campbell to Kappa Sigma.
1 I. .in unitary popular contemplated that the Order should new school buildings must be erected
I" ,[,,ular' (1a mPifl { ground this winter become a national organization for Wide Spread Support For Time With The Five Month by next year.

boys hut its work took such hold on jl The Memorial Building Season Starting Nov. At Thursday's meeting of the WILL
. the members and proved so successful Chamber of Commerce Professor C. ADVERTISE1
TAXlLEVfLOWEBEDFIVE --- -- -
that its growth was inevitable and E. Ycwell, superintendent of schools, \
lday more than five hundred chap. I Four more organizations this week The few short samples which the and{ Howard M. Katz, president of the '
. teis are active in the United States endorsed the plans! of the Makinson- Kissimmee Concert Band has given school board discussed the matter in I COUNTY IN NORTH .
: MillS 1923City with mine than a hundred thousand Carson Post of the American Legion the public lately, in connvctioi with detail. The members of the chamber "
members. for a memorial building somewhereon their dramatic productions. h..-> "tasted were calling for action, and these two '
: 1 1'J the lakefront, to (contain auditorium like more." The band has decidedto school officials made the Commissioners Vote To Use ' ' ; : Is1.. The-Order of DeMolay: is not a jun. I I situation
F-T-h';; club and such additional I gratify that taste bv giving a cornplimentary
I Levy Year ior Masonic order, as a great many and rooms' concert! at the Broadwaybanrf I plain that action must be gottenatincoj :Same, Of Publicity: Fund -
needs as the commiUN's Petitions have been
prepared
people have supposed, though it is community I
" Twenty-one Mills Against' composed largely of sons of Masons I may decide. I stand next Sunday afternoon at calling for an election to combine For OutsidePublicity4 ",
Twenty-six Last Year and their chums. It is being sponsored ,I Friday afternoon the KissimmeeI four o'clock. This will be a prelimin. special school districts No. 4, KU-

t I by the Masonic Fraternity, and I I union of the W. C. T. U. appointed a I ary concert, and does not mark the simmee). No.5, (Center Park), and Returning to' the origins) purpose .

. fiscal b the Osceola county chapter is being I committee in response to the L-eenon'a opening of the 1923-1924 season. The No. 6, (Boggy Creek), and are now of the Publicity Fund the county commissloners -, S
for the for the will begin
winter concert
The budget city regular season
request that all organizations do 110.I cent
the installed through the interest of Or- lining signed. Twenty-five per ,at their regular,October
1923-1024 adopted by the first In November
- wllr was I angle Blossom Lodge' Number 80, F. The committee consists of Mrs. M. Sunday of the qualified electors of these districts meeting last Monday appropriated:
<'tty commission at Its regular meet V. Mrs. B. M. Hall, and Mrs.M. The outlook for another excellent the before
The for the 'and A. M., of Kissimmee. It is named I Boyer, must sign petitions money to resume,one of, the already '
, ing Monday night. levy after Jacques DeMolay who was E. Turner 0 band this year is most encouraging.The the election can be called. Owing to demonstratedmost; ,effective advertising .
coming year was set at twenty-one Tuesday afternoon the Women'sClub the fact that the law allows only
burned at the stake in Paris in the means ever adopted in the county, ,
3 the commissioners appropriated
from county
mills, a reduction of five held its first meeting of the five mills for school bonds
the .
fourteenth century, a martyr to Two hundred dollars e.ch-we.
..,
'I ,the twenty-six mill levy of last year. i cause of religious liberty. As one year at the Chapter House At this $500 to the band, and the city there will l not be enough'money available propriated t to The-Kissimmee Valley ap '

..1 City Manager B. B. Donghten presented prominent man said the ideals of the I meeting Howard M. Katz, presidentof I commission gave 1750.00 The band's' "to build the necessary schools Gazette,and the Saint Cloud THbune,' ,
. his budget for the consideration !organization are apparent from the the school board, and Allison T. plays have netted them some littlerevenue from district number four, as tho each of which -papers will, send oat

:: of the commissioners, and to : fact that "its working tools are the French, chairman of the Legion and future ones will bring .amount which could be, raised by a four'hundred copies',of; th..,'weekly
f meet' that budget a'' levy of twenty Holy Bible, the American Flag, and a community house committee, were I I In more. The.,necessary amount for I bond ,issue would leave little more issues to,'a selected list:of people
mills would have been neceisary. The bundle of school books." invited to address the ladies on their the five' months' season therefore I than the interest on the bonds to be known to be interested ., in Osceola
.
1 commissioners added one mill how. The ceremonies' of next Monday respective subjects. Mr. Katz out- In sight and the most successful year ,applied to the:,sinking $fund for,.,retirement county, for a period.of three'mont.h..

" : eyer to take care ot bulkhead sinking! night-will' begin promptly, eat six lined the needs for new school bUild-I of its existence seems to be assured. of the bonds. The revenue. The files of; The Gazette for, 1911 ..
J funds, publicity street and drainage. o'clock, when supper will be served I ings andpresented figures to from bonding the three districts,under and 1912 show, a very large number ,'
Beginning In 1929 there will be pay- to the visiting chapter ''and the can- the necessity of combining '' Ul: J. Burrows has been engaged as present ,low county valuations, of people who were.,brought{ Kis, '
able $10,000 a year on the bulkhead I didates. Immediately following the tricts numbers four, five, and 'six, in director of the band this year. While will not provide as much money as simmee and this county through the

bonds, and next year a $5000 payment supper, at seven o'clock. will come order to be able to bulid adequate i i'I : Mr. Burrows' proficiency as a flayer the districts reallr need, but, under interest created by regular reading/
is well known the
buildings At the conclusion of his majority 0 the present conditions, the additional '
is due on water and sewer I the initiation, and then the electionof 'I I of The Gazette: Some Kissimmee's
I bonds. In the city manager's budget I officers, and institution and install talk on the subject the ladies' present simmee people' do not know that he revenue will aid something. These districts prominent citizens today attribute'

there appears' an item of $5000 for I ation of the chapter. I voted to endorse the proposal for the has considerable reputation as a band use the schools in district number their residence .in the city i ,to
'r combination and to assist in the gen director. He was at one time the director four.It number of '
I the fill and bridge on the Neptune The officers of the Order of De this cause and a large
t or Tape Breeze road. and $1200 for Molay, in its local chapters are: !Master \ -! eral program for new buildings of the Chillocco Indian Band is planned to employ someone people who are interested in the development
another bridge on the Dixie Highway I If Councillor, Junior Councillor Senior I Mr. French outlined the tentative 'and took it to the World's Fair at ,with a wide acquaintance in the coun- cf the county have expressed ,
f! n north Kissimrree. A $1400 payment I Councillor, Treasurer and Scribe I plans for the community house, these Saint Louis, where it played for three I tv to canvass the qualified electors their approval of the action '
is also to come out of next I all of which are elective and the following -' plans to be enlarged upon, and definite months. He was also with the fam. and secure the necessary signatures, of the commissioners in this regard.-,
\par's the fire engine. : appointive officers: Senior and ones made bv a committee from ous Oldsmeyer's Band of California, I The lists of these electors has beenprepared The reason for the effectiveness of
revenue on He asked an and with Pat Conway's Band in I and the probability is that
r Junior Deacon, Senior and Junior all the organizations. I this method of advertising was well r
The levy this year shows the elim-I Steward, Marshall, Chaplain. Sentinel -0 expression of the club's views on the Ithaca. That famous musician is now by the end of next week this preliminary brought out some time ago at a meeting ;
- itintton of the item for interest and : Almoner Standard Bearer, and matter as a whole and invited them head of the department of military I stage will be completed.McCAULEYWILL of the Chamber of Commerce
time warrants eighteen confer with band instruction at Cornell. Mr Burrows -- ---- -
inkmg fund on Preceptors. I to appoint a committee to when Willis Powell, the well known
. thousand dollars having been f seven the general committee in case they also led several bands in Pennsylvania OPEN live-wire advertiser of the taxsup'i

paid during the year just closing. I GRAND MATRON VISITS approved.' The club went on recordas and was cornet soloist in I ANOTHER STORE HERE ported Lake County Chamber of Commerce "
. The Millage is the same as last year I' favoring the plan and Mrs. II. them, as will. as in Eagan's Band of __ I gave good advice to Kissimmee
for !general revenue. fire department THE EASTERN STAR son Makinson, president of the N"I-j Delaware.The I business men and women. He char-
fund publicity interest municipal I I appointed the following program for Sunday's concert I Drygooda ManEnthunlastk' About I acterized sending out the city's newspaper '

,bonds, and sinking fund water and I Mrs.' Iota T. Oglesby Delivered Pow- Mrs. D. B. Shaver chairman, Mrs. M'I follows: Kissimmee's: Future And Will as the most valuable of all the

sower bonds. There is an Increase in I erful Address And Work of Chapter D. Alexander, and Mrs. Edgar I r. Open Shoe And Men's StoreA. many forms of advertising, because'
i-treet and drainage cemetery, sinking t Thursday afternoon the 1. March\ Attorney General unlike real estate literature and de-'

fund for bulkhead bonds, and I Highly Complimented I II, Teachers Association opened ___un____ ___By K. L. King M. McCauley believes in Kissimmee. velopment companies' propaganda,' 0
sinking fund street and drainage I work with a meeting: at the parent-I 2. Overture, Lustspeil________ He came here.In March of last the newspaper presented a true picture -
notes. The following founds show a I Monday night was a big day with : house. There were more *____.._________By Keler-Bela and opened his present drygoods of the community. The small ,
decrease: sanitary, water and light, the local chapter of the Eastern Star. : present than parents and plans were II.[ year He did good business. He city newspaper, he said, cannot publish
store.
inking. fund for municipal bonds, interest : It was the occasion of the official visit -I made for interesting the parents and a this highly colored stories and "get
1. Selection, A Night In June. has done a better business year
:and sinking fund for generalnotes to the chapter of Mrs. Loca T.I Il'f'ttinheir' co-cperation. The chief I, 2. Selection of Southern Melodies than he did last. He recognizes the away with them." They necessarilygive
interest on water and sewer I Oglesby, Grand Matron of the Grand attention was given to the matter of ___ By G. E. Holmesii forward movement of the city in the a true cross-section of the life of
onds, interest bulkhead bonds, and Chapter of Florida. Mrs. Oglesby delivered playground {equipment. Professor last and with other experienced the city, and touch upon the matters ,
interest on street and drainage not**. I an address of which the members Shaver outlined the necessity for, such year business agrees that the which really "get under the skin" of'the
who heard it speak only in superlative equipment Much of the old equipment 1. Chinese Intermezzo. men progress prospective home-seeker and appeal 4
It will be noted that only twelve II terms. Her ability as a speaker I: has had to be removed this year Ung-Kmg-Foy-Ya________ is gaining{ impetus. He is demonstrating I more to the personal emotions '

and a quarter hills of next year's levy and the subject matter of the address I on account of age, and the need for ______ _By K. L. King Mr. McCauley hit belief has by purchased his actons.the than do the seductive appeals. of the *4

aije for operating expenses, in spite of is regarded as among the best I more is a crying one. The young: 2. March. 0 fixtures from the Fred S. Gilbert propagandist. Karl Lehman. Florida's
Addresses ever given in the local folks In school must have means of Fame and Fortuneuh__ other best known advertiser, made '
the fact that several large sums are occupying their play time. The club ___ _____ By K. L. King Company and leased Mr. Gilbert'sstore. similar statements at another chamber
chapter.
drainage I He expects to open a shoe
provided for bridge road and, Mrs. Oglesby very highly compli- enthusiastically decided to make every the Gil- luncheon, and both were vigoroua-
men's store present
IV.National and in
matters, as well as a five hundred mented the officers of the local chapter effort to secure suitable equip- Anthem, bert about October 15. He ly applauded. Their advice is now to

dollar Increase In the city's supportof I ', who put on all the work of the 0 (Continued on **," EIght Star Spangled Banner.Francis. Key will put quarters in an entirely new stock of be put into operation.A. .
al- 1 i Nelson, prominent real estate
for its S.
order for her inspection,
the Chamber of Commerce and a Vioes for men, women, and children
of the
in Kissimmee. is
one
execution. A banquet dealer I
$250 increase to the band. most perfect FOOTBALL und of men's clothing and furnishings. here throughthe
was served to the visiting officials FIRST CHAMBER COMMERCE Fitting shoes properly, he says, has men who wall brought
The millage for the coming year, as Before the work of the order. always been a hobby of his, and he newspaper campaign. He. was
compared with last, follows: Two Past Grand Officers were alsoin nine in the shoe fit- highly enthusiastic when he heard of
has
1922 1923 attendance at Monday's ceremonies. GAMETOMORROW TO MOVE QUARTERS ting spent and men's years furnishings business.He Is the the actions of best the advertising commissioner Kissim"It
Mamie Lander, very
General revenue fund__.____3 3 They were Mrs. and came to Kissimmee last year from nice can get" he said. "When I lived .
Ruth
__3 4% of Avon Park. Past Grand Broaksville.
Street __ _
and drainage
-- -- Mrs. R L. Treat of Winter Park, Osceola High Will Meet The Trade Body Will Move Its will continue at Wichita, Kansas, they sent m.The
Sanitary fund --__--________2 Vi His present store asa Gazette* for some time. I got so I
Fire department fund_--_,.-- % % Past Grand Electa. Orlando High School Team Quarters November First general drygoods store at its present I felt like I knew the people and when
Cemetery fund ____uuu_ % V4 On Tuesday night a large number location, and-will follow the same I did come to Florida I came to Kls-
Publicity fund __..__________ % % of the members of the Kissimmee At Orlando Fair GroundsLet's To Willson BuildingAt lines as heretofore. ilmmee. I.m sure/ this will mean 1

Water and light.___*-____--_2tt 2 chapter accompanied the Grand Matron more people ,coming here than any. i \'
Interest municipal bonds..--__'tt Vi to Saint Cloud where she ad- golTomorrow! a meeting- held late yesterday TENT MEETINGS TO other advertising.m.. ,,.,m..thod e ould ... "_
Sinking fund municipal bonds) % Vi (Contlnu.d on Pas' Eight) will be the first opportunity afternoon the board of governors of CLOSE ON SUNDAY NIGHT bring." ' '*;-I '-. .:

Interest general notes__.....1% 1 to, see Kissimmee's 1923 crop the Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce The mailing list of people to r whom ,
ft Sinking fund general notes; -2 1V4 BuSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL of pigskin chasers in real action. The decided to move its quarters ReT L. N. Smith, who baa been The,Gazette will: be sent Js'composed,

Interest water and sewer bonds .% M t ItlEET TUESDAY;NIGHT team, will meet the fast Orlando High from the present location on Broadway preaching regularly at the' tent near largely of"people who I have 'written. ,
-...1 Sinking fund water and!.-f. ,,' WOMEN: ; team at the fair grounds in that city tolhe Willson building on Darlington the Second Baptist church, will ,close to the Chamber'of Commerce, city or
j .1. ..wer.bond.-------- % ,. j't ""ProfessionalVomen's according to latest advices. The game avenue. The new home of the his meeting Sunday o'BI&ht.\\! Rev. county' '6ffleialv 'real, estate men,
1'';:. InteresCbulkhead .bonds_t-'.? ;J1H ;...The 'iBoslness': amjl was scheduled for Tinker Field but it business men' association will be the Smith will preach a sermon Sunday and who 'are' already Interested'

iJ; Sinking fund bulkhead bonds. %, 1 ( Club": :will meet 'Tuesday reported that the change.haa been roomlast year-occupied by the seventh afternoon at three .o'clock to men on. florida "The"Qazstt'wiI1': : keepse.-
14 "Interest st' A drainage ot.s1% lightfor their regular October meet-; made." Wnerever it is the fans will grade of the public schools. I J ly. All men.of the,eownty are.invited -curate-a..,.....thet6W1aoaa1.. '

Sinking, fuDdi street and DuPont's Cafe .t.": O. After find it. ; the of the I to come and bear hIm. V** ""J paper .If'- ,'aM In addition to '
lag! $t Notice given owner
.. 54 Ya waa for will record. which have already proven
drainage aote. :; L.; ,1 Toe announcement' baptism the .
tomorrow'sgame '
1 Interest tfm.wamntsL.' : : ": : 'tapper they will'aJoara to the Chan.er -The: ..probable llneu"for'Coach Bowen poitaffice building end, It U expected be made later at,the tent. Everybody this ,method .of publicity_ to, be
8 V,fcndltimi"warrantHs; jjj'V > ,of Commerce rooms for the reset.eg ,.. aa announced by that the transfer wil be mad on No to attend the meetings 'ev-. tremendously effective,' will thereby ', '
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7r two r .. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY OCTOBER 5, 123

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PROGRAMAMERICAN fyy*
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.. , 'EDUCATION WEEK' l :
I ..November 19 to November 24

Under Auspices of Drew
The American Legion. Yowell Company
The National Education Association.The .

United States Bureau, of Education -


? tin ,a' rp FOR GOD AND. COUNTRY .

it'r Sunday, November 18 "Quality Did It" }'

1. Education in the home. _
2. Education in the school. ,
Education! the church. "
3. : '
nut Slijgan aA Godly nation cannot fail. ORLANDO FLORIDA
Ministers\ of all" denominations are .,. .
urged to preach a sermon on education ,
I r
either morning or evening. All -
j communities are urged to hold mass

.IL 'I meetings.AMERICAN CONSTITUTION:: DAY OUR OUT-OF-TOWN FRIENDS "

Monday, November 19
1r Life, liberty, and justice.
:2. How these Constitution guarantees We welcome you toORLANDO'S

7kjthiii 3, Revolutionists and Radicals a
menace to these guarantees
4. Security and opportunity. FALL\ EXHIBIT
f Chance, featured In the new Ford Sedan nuke It a better" looking II Slogans-Ballots,. notbullets..
1 roomier car. Visit the schools today.\

,: A hither: radiator with a trim apron at its base tend dignity PATRIOTISM DAY
befitting 1 a cloned car. The higher hood and enlarged cowl) Tuesday, November 20
curving gracefully to the dash give a stylish sweep to in body 1.The flair"-the! emblem of the na Wednesday Oct. 10,1923Most
line, and afford additional leg room fur occupant/ ol the from tion. ,
& eat.. 2. Help the immigrants and aliens .

t AU body l fitting;*-window regulator, door (grips, door-l .ch: to become Americans.! -. -
levers door lock, dome light-are finished in nickel. The :3. Take an active interest in govern-
upholder Carrie a fine t dark line on a oh brown background\ mental affairs. attractive displays and demonstrations have been arranged inevery ,
that doe not easily how dUll or din. Silk window CUI'tIIMto 4. Music influence upon a nation. '
harmonize: for the three rear window enhance: the atyle ol Slogans-Visit the ,schools today \ of the_store and apparel will be modeled in departments.
I ) part many
the car and add to the comfort of its maser er.. See the new America fil st.
,. Sedan. and other new' F *rd body style at our .hnwroom.TJitte SCHOOL AND TEACHER DAY

Wednesday, November 21 -The latest fashions will be shown dresses, coats, suits, hats, and
II cart cart be obtainellit throagb I. The necessity of I schools.
Ford ffttkly P..Tchu Pi.*. 2. The teacher 1\9 a nation builder. accessories. .
I 3. The school influence on the com

(Dealer's Name and Address" ) 4. School ing generation.needs in the community. Furniture, housefurnishings, victrolas, and drygoods never were

:a. The school CsTa productive institu .
I tion.SlogansVisit. "----. .
*> more appealing. -
the schools today.
Better trained and better
paid teachers and more -There will be music morning and afternoon to assist you with your
I'
adequate buildings.
ILLITERACY DAY shopping.
Thursday, November 22 I

I CARS TRUCKS TRACTOJCS I 1. Illiteracy tion. menace to our na -11' ... ,".. LA Ib.. ."_ .... 4rJ' to.. ,, LI\I'It' t.lit to... Ib.. A lit- .

I. 2. An American's duty toward the
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;= ;:=- uneducated.

:3. Let ate.every citizen teach one illiter iuIIIwIIiIIIIIIwIIIIIEIIIwuIawIIINII1iIa1iiPURPOSES, , I , , I , , , , , ,

31.\ C. AUTREY, AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER 4. No: immigration until illiteracy

among native and foreign-born
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA is removed.
Slogans No 1927 It
illiteracy by -
can he done.
Visit the schools today.
roMMUKITY( DAY OF. CITRUS
Friday November) 23II. !\)
Equality of opportunity in education -

II.I and girl.for every American boy

l2.I::! Rural J schools-City schools-Col
leges. SALES AGENCIES
TAX NOTICE ::1.! A munity.public library for every com .

4. Children today Citizens tomor

row. ,
Slogans-Visit the J schools today.An .
equal chance for all
children.
A square deal for the r.a..ra.rV
r country boy and girl.

NOTICE is that PHYSICIAL EDUCATION DAY
hereby given Saturday, November 24
r ,
1. Playground. J

Osceola County tax books for 1923 3.2. The Physical great education out-of-doors.and hygiene. .

4. The country's need in conservation -
will for collection November and development of forests .
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: on
open "
soils roads-and other ,
re . .,"" I , "_ '''/
sources.SlogansA : , : ';', f:," ,' 'J i'" :. ,* 0' r 'r'' ,
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first. I furnish sick body make a sick _,' f .;-: ; v Jo' !:' \"i, ''I'i'Y'I":' 1.1ft 1.\\ : 5 ,; ,. ,: '
r am now ready to mind. ''. ,,,' .,<::4!., I''..,1i'f"fiI"f'il., {Ltf'f.: j'\\('Wf'W'<<.I',!Ii&ifi.,,, \ ..."{ JtlitJli\ 'J"'': $;.! '''"''(i,',',\.,':''".',,",'kl")!" '\\:iJ\; .""'!\', ,,1I..Ju.'',''':..,'.'liihI 1f/.m"fllllt, "'".,'"'''.'".,.'&:,\Ir",1, '""'' '","\\J-', } ,'ro,,p Ii".-'""'".'.j''I'; "It't,!'T":' t''''I 1'oil', ,11:1 1

Playgrounds In every Florida'" citrus'crops are now marketed 'by 'and causing I lower'prices. Nelthe;. f these' two

\ estimates of these taxes. 2 per cent Athletics c 1nm nity.all. two score and more fruit selling organizations. classes\ of agencies is obligated to develop new

Each operates independently of the other Each citrus markets, or equipped to win new con-

;1 discount will be allowed for November TOO !MODEST TO SPEAKIn is conducted for a particular purpose. sumers for Florida fruit, so a. to provide profitable -

0 outlet for the producer's increasing crops.
times of trouble, personal jealousies be classified into three Should hard time. beset
payment. animosity and misunderstandings Briefly, they can thecitrus industry, they
between people or nations are groups: The t privately-owned agency which buy are not obligated to continue to handle the'
lost in the common desire! of humanity fruit outright from the grower; the privattly- grower's fruit. When there Is no profit in fruit

to help those in trouble. owned agency which sells fruit for a commission, felling, they can always desert the farmer. .
The latest illustration of this universal marketing
and the grower-owned co-operative
feeling is now witnessed in the
, r desire to help Japan. organization of the more than one hundred associations The Florida Citrus Exchange, representinga
; C. L. BANDY During the San Francisco earthquake of the Florida Citrus Ex'hunlte.
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third type of agency, operates to sell the fruit
,
Japan contributed over half the
for the grower at the highest possible price and
subscribed by foreign nations
money The fruit buyer gives the grower! at litttlca
Tax Collector. which totaled nearly $500,000. to return to Mm every penny of profit made in
he for his He huys it on speculation -
r This action on her part was all t the ran crop. each transaction. It can do business in this way
to sell) it at a profit. If he the grower
Ii' 42-lOt more notable and extraordinary due pays because it is owned and controlled by the growers -
to the fact Hint she was at that time too much one year, he recovers next season
i1I I it serves. In this service it is continually
poor: and exhausted by her foreign \liY paying him less. To live, he must make A ..'
to establish 'and
wars. endeavoring orderly marketing
profit out of the grower's fruit.
In the present great emergency; the to stabilize prices. In protecting the interests
I \i tory of her wonderful response in behalf .of its grower-members, it must work to du /elop
of the San Francisco sufferers, Similarly the privately-owned selling agency
new markets, create new demand
h, -i giving as she did more than all the operates to make profit; to be able to pay dividends consumer pro-
l 1I rest of the world put together; outside -, to its stockholders.' If its selling charge vide outlets for larger production of citrus fruit
of the United States, cannot be and maintain profitable prices for the producer.It .
retained, from the sale of fruit went to actualmnrk.tinJ
BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY too highly praised.The can be relied upon bf the grower in times of
expenses, the would not be
Japanese themselves! are too { agency
need, for it is the grower's own organization,
modest to speak of it and for some able to exist. It must make profit out of its
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS reason the story of her wonderful liberality selling charge, even though It must spend less and absolutely subject to his commands.
is almost mentioned.As .
never than it should for the profitable marketing o'
WOOD BRICK STONE a powerful and wealthy nation, )
we can return her generous assistance fruit to be able to do so. The fruit buyers and commission concerns

STEEL, STUCCO many fold and never notice it. operate to make money out of the grower:
N. F. BASS JACK BASS As her affliction is many times .t
Neither of these types is in any way controlled
322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue worse than the San Francisco disaster -
in selling The Florida Citrus to
by the growers. Both speculate Exchange operates
generous: action upon our part is
r essential to express our gratitude. the grower's fruit, often flooding market make money for the grower.
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READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE -
t "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"

', For over S! y*ar. the E. O. Painter. Fertilizer Oompnny halJ furnl h<- Waited Till the Cows Came There --thousand Florida their fruit
selling
k .grower with fertilizer The continued patronage of ,.x!>.-,'I..n"grow- are growers regularly
(', era &-Ive. proof of satisfactory result through the Florida Citrus Exchange. You, too, can join this co-operative '\

t COULD BETTER FERTILIZER t\K M\IR F: WOULD MtKR IT Home movement, get the full price your fruit sells for on the market and 4
p
a Write for N.w Fall Trice; Lints Junt Issued wield an influence in the upbuilding and stabilization of your industry.
.
ti i E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., J.cluo.rilJ., Florida "I 1 am indeed glad to write you this Communicate with the Tampa office of the Florida Citrus Exchange, or ...

letter. I was a terrible sufferer from any affiliated sub-exchange or association, for further Information. .'j II Ic Ir
.- .' gasses in the stomach and colic attacks -
.- Our family doctor sent me to ,. ,
a specialist in Phlladelrhia, who gave
me no relief, his med- .
icine till the cows came home. He .'
'I Rubber Stamps finally said I would have to be oper- j
ated upon. Luckily I heard of Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy then, and although -
it i i. now three years since I
'We. are prepared to take orders for any kind took a course of-it, I have never hada
symptom of my old trouble since.
' r. t ,of.Rubber Stamps, Dates or PadsKissimmee It f. a simple harmless preparation
*
that removes the catarrhal mucus I m IAA Je tftf f .
off
!"u "''l. From the intestinal tract and allays

..,: the inflammation which causes practically
Valley Gazette all stomach liver and intestinal

: -,i", rl ":..x'e' //fVKiS8IMMKETLOBIpA, f aliments, including appendicitis. I
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It One dole;will convince or monty re.funded. =
I, '<, I' 1--i.,. _;' ;..-'';J \J ) .'', .'', to".. ..t!'of; ,,":. '" 'i ?r I I.girt .everywhere..._'J. Koberson\ . ,, and, drugs, ] I I hIMI I hI I Ialala4 h I I I IalNl l l

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t; Y..J. LING.. .* SAYS' THE. STATE .4 cause enterprises._ to the often Individual failure than of any sacrifice_other perativa oho for :

>' MARKETING BUREAU the good of the cause 'must be made, C D"M T'O' ORLANDO
I Hand 'Laundry) . a particularly in the. early stages of orcanizatio. E ;
t tt t ...0..00..00..000..0.... ...

I The U. S.' Bureau of Agricultural During the fiscal year ending June

I Now open and ,ready Economics announces that, the survey 30,, 1923, a total of 622,919 iraml-
of the sale of, 80,382 purebred hogs were admitted to the United
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for business during 1923 showed the.average Mates\ of whom '307,522 were males ,- .. The Shopping Center of Central Florida"*

price Including all ages in both sexes, and 215,897 females. A total of 20,- : .
at both private and. auction sales, as 619 was refused entry and had to be :
Stewart Ave.follows: Berkshire, $30.57; Chester taken back .to their old homes. The : '
20 White, $(2.72': Duroc Jersey, $45.91; barred ones were diseased, criminals, : WEDNESDAY r 'Oc"[ lO ,1923. .
Kissimmee Florida Hampshire, $44,42; Poland China, illiterates, or feeble minded. Great .. -
$41.04. The auction sale averages : Britain led in the number admitted, : .r \' '
were from $10 to $25 above those sold and Germany .was second, the Germans :

privately, that difference being partly outnumbering the French. 10 : -
--- due to the large number of pigs under to 1. :

Bundles of old paper are for salt eight months old sold privately ,, '

at the office of The Gazette; 'lOc. The 'watermelon and cantaloupe ,: ORL/\NDOS" \ -I I

Better set them yhlla there Is a stock crops in 1923 were very much lower I : / \ :

Co'l!lat once; they'll never be cheaper. than years.for the Average ox the lest five AGRICULTURAL POINTERS I IJ. ,. .

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There are 272 rural mail carriers in II. OUN.V COUNTY
Eyes Ruined] Florida, according to a report to the AUKNT. : a

By neglect< ]let them go, Don't do It. Leonard! I Jacksonville. your spraying machlrre in working orJ
Golden Eye Lotion cure soreneM without der at once and give the truck
pain in on* day. Cools, heal. and Loss through injury to hogs in young 1
crop a good with bordeaux
itrpnctbfni: Insist on having "Leon shipment to market is an importantitem spraylnx
'' make mixture to which has been added
,
ard! -It strong fytm. one '
affecting the profits of the farm \ -
Guaranteed or money refunded. All pound of arsenate of lead for each -n .. ,
drugfl'ts sell It. er and shipper. During the past year fifty !gallons of water. Your plants .1 .'. (Y.1. f':.:.;.\ . ..., .
in \ \. .
a period of six months there were not look like '.' ,. \P .; .. ..Ir- _. ..iI
received at nine of the principalstockyards may they need it but ". '\ ... c :J
the time to fight both insects and diseases :=R'I' .
of the country a total of :a.c 1
is before ,1
they start. ,
get a or "
28,376 dead hogs and 38,708 in .. "-- ."
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a more in other words ; )o: : -- '
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of .
prevention Instead .. .
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or lets crippled condition, according. .. "
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cure as it is easier this way and the t- -- - -- ..- -- '
to reports recelped by the U. S. Dept. plants are damaged less. l ;-- ..
of Agirculture. These figures indi- .
Your fall
clean-up for scale
cate clearly a waste that is largely spray
and white fly in
USE unnecessary: to ,carelessness most of which on can the be partof attributed should be made about your the orange middle grove of See the newest and latest models in suits, dresses, hats, automo-

[SANITARY DAIRY Cast those handling the animals at the this month. Have you gotten the ,
spray material yet? biles, pianos, phonographs, furniture, rugs, toilet articles, groceries
MILK & ICE CREAM points ot origin of shipments. There is still time left before strawberry '
hardware and all other merchandise.
Imoprtsinto the United States of planting season is over. Put in
cattle swine, sheep, and goats totaled .all. you can take care of and come outsuccessfully. .1'
369,99(5( head during the 12 months The more berries we Band Concerts and Ad. Clubs Boy The theatres will have the latest
ending June, 1923 as compared with I I have to market this fall the better
!! Scout Drum and Bugle Corps will pictures and entertainment features
r 278,031 head for tiie! same period end-I I chanres we have of interesting more
nig June, 1922. according to the U. S. buyers.It give concerts from 10:00 a. m. to including Fashion Show with living :i

Bureau of Animal Industry Imoprts pays to fertilize truck crops lib. 4:00: p. m. models.Automobile "
v, of meat and meat food products for erally. Don't spate the fertilizer if
r Un exhibition of 1924 model. Contest with cash will '
t MATTENTION to prizes produce
the 12 mont'io' totaled 49,847,714 I you expect get a large yield.
pounds. Canada was the chief source Remembti to rut down the percent and very latest equipment for cars store windows decorated with beauty, .. 1

of supply furnishing us with 20. fiO-, lot ammonia in your grove: fertilizer of all makes, taste and novelty. ,
"62;: pounds. Argentina ranks second I for the fall application.If .
with 18,0fi9,159 pounds and Uruquay you haven't worked out your Real Estate menvill make special Restaurants, candy stores, soda fountains ,.
FATIIEKS third with 9,192,414 pounds, Brazil young truck since the rainy spell stopped offerings and will display miniature and soft drink stands will make "

Australia, New Zealand, and) other
  • 1 so at once and you will notice a groves, residences, etc. special offerings.
    countries sent lesser amounts. difference in the appearance of t the
    plant in H few davi. Cultivation I
    Sanitary Dairy milk lathe Professor John Gray a specialist in helps a lot to keep the sourness out See interesting and educational exhibit of Made-ln-Orlando manu
    t the of insect has been ad- of soil.LEGION .
    I milk for folks. study pests your
    yjur factured products at Orlando Chamber of Commerce.
    ded to the faculty of the Florida College ,
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    It will benefit
    your baby. l of Agriculture. His title is professor ,
    Your wife and children of economic and ; ; PLANS: CARE
    entomology Drive to Orlando fine roads. Meet
    ( over on Orange County's your .
    will like it and it will beg plant pathology. Insects take a large I OK WAR ORPHANS: "
    toll from the farm of friends from Polk Osceola Sumter Marion Seminole
    >od for you. annually crops -- Lake v ,
    America. To contro !them is an important -
    matter. Farmers and truck I 500,000 How to orphans care of for the from World 250,000 war to is Volusia, Orange and other nearby counties; see the latest styles ; ;

    N1TAnYDArnYCouurlhman'( other growers pests who should are annoyed write by to ants him and for one of the matters which the legion is enjoy the music and make selections of new merchandise while
    to consider at its national convention -
    .t"''" control remedies. in San )Francisco, October 15-19. the stocks are complete. ....

    ?/ When Florida eradicates the cattle Tentative plans for this project,
    tick and controls hog cholera it will which experts!! believe will be as difficult -
    become one of the richest and mottt as that of relief for disabled This great day is planned and worked out by the Orlando and Orange ;

    prosperous statea in the Union. A veterans were considered at a recent County Ad. Club, the livest club in Florida affiliated with the Associated -
    -- --- campaign for this purpose is now on I meeting of the legion's war orphans t
    Clubs of the World.
    committee in Indianapolis. While Advertising
    in this state and it should be continued -
    to full success. The work cannothe ,definite statistics are not available it : ;
    carried on in a half hearted way. 'Is estimated that the greatest number : y
    This little tick enemy of a great industry 'who must receive assistance of some '.'
    4 _
    _rJ rJrtr is most persistent.A I kind from municipalities, counties,
    ,.of.n r.wi states, the federal government or the
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    L.n91nNI most important benefit of stand legion will be 500,000 children. :-- - --- ------------- -- - -----------
    ardization of farm products is the The committee will recommend the
    I Raining of good will. '- Confidence in building of a number of national
    the products of a co-operative organization homes in various parts of the country
    and in its 'general business dependent children of legion membero -
    methods makes financing easier, in. and service men not members of
    :.I.IYIs Ia,. IYV i IUle Ideal l.U* lad IY:? creases demand and reduces the mar- the legion ,who died before May 1,
    '
    l gins of the middleman. No discus 1919. [ .
    1 sion of the influence of standardization In addition to the national homes a -
    YOU get n ;;;;re atar would be complete without reference supplementary system will be inaug- : t f
    .: in Good ? to the reaction upon production I' Mated whereby dependent children 'j
    year Tiros today d and handling practices. The enforcement can be placed 1 with foster parents
    than ever. As th 's' of standard grades at the point pfter careful investigation. The welfare -
    I chart rhown, Ccod- k of production not only directs the attention I of the children will be guardedl !
    I. of the grower to hn, mistakes, l local legion posts after they have
    yrer Tir pricar for thus setting him about correcting been placed in private homes according I i
    yearn hair bec'i l kept I U; them, but insures him a proper remuneration to the committee -
    lower than tho ev- for adopting more careful The committee will ask the national -

    i erage prices for aU'!! nnJ effective methods._ gathering for authority to accept Paint and Varnish Products
    I gifts of suitable buildings money and !
    commodities. Today
    According to Prof. J. R. Watson, I' sites. A number of offers have already ,
    Goodyear Tires entomologist of the state experiment been made to the legion of land
    : seilfor37leasthanin station, the fall web worm and pecan and money Among them is 388 acres Y
    I 1920; 30% !leas defoliator are doing a Rood deal of I of land and $125,000 offered by Dan Prevent DestructionS
    than in 1914 damage to pecan trees this fall. He Dabney of Independence Kan., and
    advises that these worms should he the Kansas department of the legion. f j VY
    though tho tires burned sprayed or drowned. These I Another offer has come from GeorgeL. 1', (j ; :

    I have been vastly im- and other pests of the pecan, he says, j Berry president of the Interna- _
    proved. This is a can be controlled by thoroughly; tional Printing Pressmen's Union. I ,
    good time t3>> buy spraying the trees with lead arsenate, I former national vice-commander of

    I Goodyears. ,. 1 pound of the powder to 50 gallonsof the legion, who has asked the organization '

    A. G.o4).. S./ Stmtion water. I' to accept 200 acres of Tennessee -
    I />./.?. .... r../! mnti recant.b land valued at $20,000. :
    the Florida Collegeof
    H .......<1 ,.... n... re.drr.r Specialists of The committee's decision was
    Z, 'ord. .IIft It. .vrlJ Allv..Ih.r Agir culture are of the opinion that I reached after it had heard the testimony -
    ....
    ; T..d..d .Ar dees not receive the attention i
    welfare
    rape child
    of many experts of -
    /h.m ttftth .r.nd..d
    Goodyear vj Sand_ from the farmers that it deserves. Be. and the care of orphans, including -
    tides providing grazing for stock in C. W. Areson, New York director t
    LUPFER &: PRATHERGOOD.MEAR winter, when such grazing is often of the Child Welfare League of c )

    scarce, it utilizes plant food that be- (I I America; William P. McLea.n. superintendent ;
    comes available during the winter, of the Boys' industrial

    thus keeping it from washing or (school at Topeka Kan.; A. N, Farmer +r
    leaching away and saving\ it for future Des Moines, who has conducted a

    crops.If |I survey of orphans for the Brotherhood '

    in of American Youmen; Dr. Frederick Can furniture
    there is no kindergarten your I your 11
    school, write to the National Kinder- A. Perry, of Adram Mich.. superintendent ., "
    40th St., I of the American! Legion's " '
    garten Association 8 West withstand the daily
    .
    how Childrens Billet of Michigan.'and
    information
    for on
    WRiGLEYSAfter New York, '
    to work for one. The early trainingof Luther Short, superintendent of
    the child is important.A the Indiana soldiers' and sailors home damage of living? .

    I Members of the orphans' committee i } 1k"r

    it home to recent magazine article has this include legionnaires of national prominence _. Constant use of your possessions
    "What's the Best Thing in ,:i who are well qualified to con- a
    the kids. heading Your Town-and the Worst?" Think I cider'' the problem. Those who at- i i m1, brings down on tables and dressers ;
    the bestthings ,tended the recent meeting were: Oeo. ? -:- '
    this over and figure out : : a disfiguring rain of blows. {
    iA.; Withers chairman Clay City,
    Hive a packet in in community and make I i
    for them better your, and eliminate the worst I: Kan; A. H. McKnew, San Francisco, ; d , t' A hundred articles stab, slash, dent, ,< r
    pocket Wil-
    your an Edwin-JIollenbeck Philadelphia;
    ones. To do this successfully it must and batter and hack till the wood is pitted
    '''liam' B. Healey Wilkesbarre, Pa.; j
    treat.A "proposition. tai
    ever-ready co-operative'
    be made a
    The same magazine also had an article '(] Mark T. McKee, Detroit. ) l' and marred and the value is gone. 4,
    4
    delioious confection telling 15 ways to serve Hanmur-
    Products
    Devoe Paint and Varnish la
    After and an aid to ger steak. A bad Hamburger could The annual farmers' week at I
    Ke included among the worst things prevent this destruction. They give I q
    the teeth appetite, Gainesville is planned to come when!} ,
    digestion. In a home. farm people are least busy. Whether your furniture a charmed: life. Blows e.

    Tju' great' object of cooperative you are busy or not make your are warded off;beauty:andusetulnesa 1.

    marketing association is to enable plans to go up and benefit from swap preserved throughout years of use. "
    small 'pr auCer8 to secure theadvant- ping experiences with other farmers ,) .
    .
    .
    large scale' operations l
    which acerue'to
    ages Mirrolae Products'B.
    and the specialists.
    lower transportation
    t such as
    r tiuled la tier costs, better facilities for assemblingand e g II
    Party( Package r more intelligent distribution. A Mr.\. Peanut Grower prepare ye now ShUU r.mr FurmUmrtf Utt:' W. .. KAIQNSONrCQ, ,
    ,,; relatively large volume of produce I those stacking poles for the peanut / DYOMrroUo! SuiaflaVcrnUhD "' KissimmeeFiorWe' '. 'r
    ;
    bear'equitably the heavy Natural Vanish .1
    required to .. / Mirrobe
    vee r
    ,the cross .pieces to be,not,.lest i 17 -
    overheadexpensea oltluehror.niaa- crop ,. Devoe Mln U*Bnusels ? r',, c 4 tU
    '1 tions,..and-in drawing tonnage from than a foot from,the'ground.,,. ., Do-not ( i --y-; n '
    whole Community there are. a. *.rule, .visit,:tilt the.crop''Js. r4ady\\ >:stack.: ; IIl,',, t
    wide_variations ,,in'quaIlt, of''the individual Put:not off :'till' ':'t-morrow ,what can rD
    .. Lana taWl lyt + rops. ;'Failure to-9ecognise l : :. "" '- t'
    better be done to-day. rp
    these/variations has pl'Obab J: cpntrlb, . _' ,D '
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    KISSIHHEE .... ... e.....4' .. nl.h d ....oom apartment with .prl- ,
    VALLEY GAZETTE vat bath ndmodern convenience. "- II
    'W. B. Harris. Oasett of no*. 4 -tfWANTED. '
    THE- ATCnER' .
    BUBLISHKD BT ? ,
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    TUB KIS6IMMBB: VALLEY GAZBTTBKVERT :
    FRIDAY e. .. 4'.._.4'... .. .. I

    KI8B1MMEE.. FLORIDA. Our language Is changing. Insteadof ., .FARM 'ANTED--Wantoad t\.t heat D'URAOLESATISF'ACTIQNS' ::
    '
    from owner of farm <,r r "Xl unimproved .
    IV. B. HARRIS _h _.,..____Pre.ld.nt "yea" people are now saying "ab dvei t i land for .al.>. this vicinity.
    E.) <1. VANS AGNEW..........S.crpt.aJ'y solutely." Ask a young lady if she L.Jonei., Box 8JI. Oln..jr, 111. .>-lt>
    ALLISON T. FRENCh___---.Bdltor enjoyed a party and instead of sayingyaas" : ,
    WANTED-f 1SOO On flrt mortgr"K* on
    old will
    of she "abso-
    q SUBSCRIPTION! as say I -.
    RATIOS fine residence and 10 'acres, close In. '.
    On. Copy On* Year_..???_,...?$1.00 lutely." If.m-boy is asked whetherhe .I Letter to Mr. Hughe., daiette offlu jPresident
    On. Copy. 81 x Month. ......,........ 1.00 wants to go fishing- doesn't jay"yep" FOR SALE 41-ltx
    On. Copy. Three Months.........____ .60 rolls
    but
    any more, out a great BARGAINs VOn TRIG BIJ't'ER I
    WEI NEED: an Induntrlou reputable Elliot
    (Entered at the poitoffloo at KU.lm- big "absolutely." This thing has broken 10 ACRES Improved 'K mile from city lady 'Or gentleman to sell the if.nu- once wrote of The
    0/ m.... Florida a. second-clans matter.) out in all classes of society and limits:.. all fenced, hon proof; cross I Ins J. n. Watkins Product In KUnlmitKe '
    .M doctors, professors lawyers, merchants fejiced; nice new house, 4 rooms, I I II A few good territorial ..luopen Durable Satisfaction of Life. ,One of the ..'
    All communication except from autltorlied i perches, garage, chicken house: soft In other nearby cities. Th nationally -
    I correapondenl must be slKn- and even preachers all talk I I water; several kinds of frulta. Price advertised \Wntkln Products of these in
    I ed by the writer. that. way now. And say, folks, when Including furniture '1300; Home have been Known and Uaetl sino greatest the case of most of us,
    I Rejected mattpr will be returned, ftp nice man asks the best girlin 1 terms. 18 a
    called for. young 380 ACRES I miles from city limit on .. is to be relieved
    of
    until
    Its
    I the world to be his'n she'll be pret- fins brick road splendid house; new different.you feet Full our particular proposition nuil -!Samples money worries. It is the

    1- ty apt-lo say "ab-so-LUTE-ly. stibles; garage, and line pluca. Will\ are tr."rll... today J. It
    Foreign I I '
    AdvvrtlHnv R.pr..tatFvs business of this bank
    ( THE AMERICAN PRgSbA-SSOCIATION ) The Clam take buyer to owner to do business Watkins Co.. Dvpt. US. MvmphlN.Tcnn. to help you m'anage
    of for selllnK.
    direct. Heft reasons 43-Stx
    I The clam is an anomaly in n ture. Uon't overlook this .spUndUl property. -
    FRIDAY OCTOBER 5, 1923 It ii neither bird, reptile or insect. J. V}> HYItOIY HUKKKRINll pile con. your finances with the minimum of worry.

    It is neither biped or: quadruped; has 20 ACHES.' 1-8 of a nih ,' from brick stlpatlon, fissures, Ittttulnr ulcersdtlon. ,
    hlKliwny.! 1 mile (loin Ity station Itching bleeding -. write for
    neither hair feathers skin
    nor no
    TEACHERS AND PUPILS ; school and church; on county graded KrtKK trial I Pleasant l nnd Painless .
    I eves, earn, nose, claws, teoth or bill; I I road. SV4 miles from Klsatininra: PIle Combination. 8.: Tarney.. Auburn .
    r MAY WIN GOOD PRIZESSix it pays no taxes and never .fights. It i school bps takes children to and Ind. C i
    1 I is silent as a sphinx, makes no8jxecJjes .I I from school; 1{. I''. D. mil II route; all I II I
    t good land, 6 acres In t tine slate olcultivation LOANS .
    and tolls no lies. In these characteristics -I and about 3 acton, fine I
    Thousand ollars In Prizes To [ he excells some humans. Owing young bearing budded citrus fruit I Itre.
    And Essays .... tan gerines. Kuavim.peach.es. o'; L.OAN8 under Reserve System on Merchants and Farmers
    Be Given For Lessons! to its lowly surroundings I>n the I orniiKt-B.. 4.roont house with city or farm property. Reserve Depoult BankOF
    ;
    On Highway Safety This Year bottom of the river the clam cannot fin.. large grapes oak trpB. making" it hom,>- I Company', Keith Bldtf. Cincinnati
    engage in politics, or gain much like ntnl hue; itnrate.' work shop Ohio. 34-1210
    wealth and its chief excitement is in chicken, house; *"od in-lKhborliood --- KISSIMMEE
    D. C. Oct. 3.Renewal -
    Washington, ,
    $2760. ;WILL WAR ON MINORS'SJOKING
    of its! annual safety contests, in I standing up on edge and racing: alongon 40 ACHES good land one mil from,
    which $6,600 will be given away in the sandy bottom at the rate of city limits on I brick highway. 10 I I CIGARETTES
    announced today by the about seven inches an hour. It breaksno acre bearing prove, 20 acre extra I .
    was
    prizes, '
    line trucklnK land; location makesthin
    Highway- Education Board. speed limits and never gets flus- property xaluable. Trice only "'omt>n's Christian Temperance Union

    ;; Training children in habits of highway j tprpd over the rise or fall of stocks.It n,600. Terms. I Wants Law Enforced, And Will ..AidLt'A'ion i
    is the principal task of in a fact that nobody ever saw a SO ACRKS land 40 acres In urov
    safety
    I about half In line large bearing( Memorial House
    Community !
    4 r the 1923 safety campaign, it is said, clam get excited about anything. Notions trees halt UIIIIK treis not yet In
    it is may rise and fall but his majesty - --- -- -- ----- -
    I but through the children hoped bearing nursery stock ready to extend ,
    that the principles of traffic regula- the'clam never bats an eye or grove. flue litnd 1 Hest of reason The last meeting of the fiscal year -
    tion and safety' education will be impressed makes a kick. During the World war for xcllliiK *Z2.5">( Favorable teinisTills of the Women's Christian TemperanceUnion
    I be
    upon adults, both pedestriansand '''a great many clams entered the army. worth I propel ISO(100, ty In ran n few ruMlly> eitrs; made good was held Friday afternoon, at

    drivers alike. I I but always in the form of chowder Income Jfrom start. and growl nit better which plan.t 'were outlined for. the CASINO THEATRE

    The third annual. safety campaign and tuner as volunteers. The clam all the time coming year's work. This is the Jubilee -
    I is ulMiami forever peaceful and 40 ACHI' V4 mile from brick, hlKh- Year of the organization, it t e.
    .. takes the form of two contests, one station school] and church All
    way.
    among elementary school pupils, and | all the graces seem to have combined fenced 15 iicrcH In cultivation, d ing;( the fiftieth since its! organization, Monday and Tuesday
    anTher elementary school to make the temperament of the lowly acres III grove, 25 trees In bearing nnd considerable work is plnnne' by
    among
    and lniiiie with I I ori, 0 ges. hal) ii,'.'
    hival\t He minds his business the local unit.
    teachers. Approximately (He hun- | own ,
    Trloi*
    dred state and national prizes are to ( better than any human being ever young 1210(1( on grove terms 4-room of 11000 hopse cash.. tlm One of the matters which engaged Rupert Hughes, Super-Special Production

    be given for the best essays and lessons ':think of doing, and yet there is a on balance Jho attention of the members was I
    written. The prizes offered are I calm dignity,:: about him that is ad- I :20: ACIIKS. 2 miles from city limits 4ubearfliK that of ciirn'ette smoking' by minors. SOULS FOR SALE"A
    o..1| Kind.
    the gifts of the National Automobile ''inirable, and all the more so because I mine. than oranKe hair tre K. oranKe lots of f guzv.s. Motion was passed that the organization : ,

    Chamber of Commerce, which is desirous |I lit is combined with humility. I never I fill.> oak tr ...i. Hp'hlck'nIHf"lInu, <::,,- work toward the elimination of Cosmopolitan Picture

    of reducing the number of accidents -| SOP a Ylunman,:: with the swell-head rrHlits.. poor hullcllnus but best place ciJ'areltIImokin: ; among boys and I

    and fatalities due to traffic bragging about his excellent attainment I for
    mishapa. .( and telling how gosh awful Ti.\\ .111)8. Jl' io, unil n i ''RI l bar- the r'lorida'cifrari'tto law posted in
    In the two previous years approximately smart lie is that I don't feel like tell- gain ,prominent places and to endeavor to I
    him the humble 20 ACRK; V, mile from. ralHv .,y Hta- have violations to
    400,000 pupils and 50,000 |inj to go study clam every one report
    I tlon. 4 -room houiti stables and other
    teachers have participated each au land learn a valuable life lesson thereby out ItutldinKf, all f, nr.'d. anderos** the prosecuting attorney. A standing I

    tumn. It is believed by board officials Some urge people to tell their fenied all I I In Rood Khap.'. 5 alien committee was appointed to have 'C :.. >*0 -C << *0 4TM0- < 4MM>
    troubles to but bearing nrov<'. un< -thiid orannes.iliethli of this of the work.
    that the cumulative effect of a policeman, telling/: ... charge pha.se
    these contests, and the increasing attention I them t' a dam would do as much >fruit IxKldiH'
    given to safety education will good! and there would at least be no .ml ". o.1 l I'rH.I"V", I will naerl- chairman of the committee, with pow-

    result in even a greater number of dancer! of getting a bum steer. Nothing MetIhlH to Horn botlv natitlnK, a i I'r to appoint her follow members ofthe
    HIA: |. MAUCMV: : forml l let UK aliow :: Will eyesight for the future
    this world preserve
    participants this year. in is perfect and it i I committee. your
    you
    The subject of the essays which I must be admitted that regardless of VIVK-llooM ('ot tnie. on h'I..I! nl>oulImlf The mttinhcrs ;present went on record : We fit you correctly, attractively satisfactorily i ;
    4 children are invited to write is "High- his ninny good points the clam has mile from' ,postoftlce 50x200feet as favoring the plans of the Ma- ,

    i way Safety Habits I Should Learn." his failings. He is not a high-brow. '. >il"-",- lot.; front I 15 nice,. ami, hearing rear porch fruitIrecs. kinson-Carson Post of the American : Phone today for an appointment
    garage
    ; Essays, as last year, are not to exceed -: He has not developed mentally as far light hot and cold water bath nice Legion for a memorial house, and 1 I
    five hundred words in length. as he should, and he ought to he more shade, Only $2000. on payments' of voted to assist this measure in every W. E. SANDERSON CO.0000006ocooooooooo.ooooooOOOOtoo.o.

    Those eligible are pupils of the fifth, of a student than be is. lie is lack $500 cHsh balance, $25 per month.. 7% way possible. A permanent committee I .

    1 sixth, seventh and eighth grades, who intr in sociability also and is in the Interest KHONT on ,deferred modern jiaymentsKAST !6.room house.. was appointed to co-operate with

    I are not more than fourteen years of habit of shutting: himself up in his own close In. only $2250. Heat. .snap In I the legionnaires and the committees .

    age. The contest opens with the beginning little shell and not care a heptad what town. OaraKO and property well I from other organizations, as follows; -- - ----- --- --_. -- ---_. --

    of school, and closes Decem-. others think or do. In his zeal for ALL worth KINDS 3000.of farms homes and Mrs. M. V. Boyer, chairman, Mrs. B.

    I ber 4, 1923.Teachers minding his own business he becomes Florida Investments. M. Hall, and Mrs. M. E. Turner.

    are requested to submit utterly selfish (shellftsh.VEDNESDA .) XK.I.SO' : HKALTV COMPHfY Report was read from Attendance SEND YOUR DRESSES, RUGS, DRAPERIES, etc.

    safety lessons on the subject "Train- Officer J. M. Rhine, in which requestwas
    FOR S.\LK Kxtra choice -TO-
    Bred-Ut
    ing Children in Habits of Safety on \ Y TO BE A Budded and grafted Papershell. !'e- made for clothing for needy chil-

    the Highways/ The limit suggested GALA nAY IN ORLANDO can trees The World's largest. Ie- dren, and the union responded by ap. MONTGOMERY FRENCH DRY CLEANING CO.
    is between 1,000 to 3,000 words. Al cnn Nursery Catalog gree.tree ..- Every pointing a standing committee to assist i and Best
    -- Kiiaranteed. Hui_ Pecan Co.. Largest Dyeing and Cleaning Plant South.
    elementary school teachers in the in this matter, consisting of Mrs.
    Orlando And
    Orange County Ad Club Lunilterton Miss I
    eighth and lower grades are eligibleto 1'romlwes Various Entertainments E. Turner, Mrs. B. M. Hall, and I Dresses, etc., Dyed, Cleaned and Repleated
    FOR \LK-nrlck. Hollow Tile Writeor I,1\1. Celeste J.
    submit lessons. And Lots Of Free Exhibits Fripp. MONTGOMERY\ ; ALA.
    wire at our expense for quick
    In the teachers' contest the first i Other matters which were acted
    shipments and special car lots delivered
    national award is five hundred dollars The Orlando and Orange County Ad I to all Florida point K. N j upon at Friday's meeting included .
    t and trip to Washington with all expenses Club is sponsoring a Fall Exhibit dayto Jelks Sons, Macon, Oa, endorsement of the American Le -

    paid. The second national be held in Orlando, Wednesday Oc FOR BALK:-Furniture, 'Columbia cabinet gion's program of Sir disarmament! .
    r award Is three hundred dollars 'while tober 1t. r.fonola, and bicycle. :M. Mat and efforts toward World Peace.'' The 'T. Vr1. Tb.c>> xxi psc>> :JD..

    t tlte third award is two hundred dollars. The advertising club modestly ad- thews. SI Urury .Avenue, coiner. corresponding\ secretary was instruct
    .,, mits that it is the livest advertising Church street 4" Jtx ed to write the legion and other, officials .

    The first national prize for the organization in Florida affiliated with FOR 8AL.1-- Fifteen acres. ('I. fired. expressing ,the resolutions of Licensed Funeral Director
    best essay by pupils is a gold watch the Associated Advertising Clubs of with Kood "..p-ro >,n. house and Mill the local union.Announcement. Store and Cfiaptlon
    water 300 fruit tr,-. ... some boo tnl.rest..d *; made that the
    was
    and to with all
    trip Washington the
    a expenses World.) In substantiation of this, ,
    / paid. The second and third it is putting forth every effort to end of Just Kmmett outsi( .utr.-et.i-lty limit Will *ielliheai at books of the State Union would closeon - A Si".,.,.. Sympmthmtir, 5.rvi>,. /. R.ad..d

    prizes are each gold watches, one of make this special day a wholesale I )._\v It. Brown. 143-He| October 15, and that dues from SltwarlKitimm Avenue All Pmlrum*

    slightly greater value than the other. succes. Advertising is being run in a old mf-niberi were payable up until ..
    FOrt iALi'-Favorite rook stove. URI High Grade Amtulanci Service at Call
    'our hundred state that time. A committee en collection -
    seventy-eight number of within radiusof
    newspapers a onl\ short tlmf K !I'. Neld '114
    .' prizes are offered pupils. The first seventy miles of Orlando and it is Patrick street 43-1 txFOH was named consisting, of Mrs OfHco24: PHONES rte.l
    state prize is a gold medal and a promised that on that day the City Mary E. Moore, Mrs.! II. M. Hall, and
    -, check for fifteen dollars. The second Beautiful will be invaded by large SALpJ" -H-room house. Rood con Mrs. M. E. Turner.At .
    wellpun
    dition. Kood water ]IR5 foot
    I state prize is a silver medal and ten crowds who will come to see the dis- ,,, In kitchen. Hinall barn Karat. the meeting of October} 12 Mayor ...
    L dollars. Third prizes, which vary inproportion flays and enjoy the special occasion. lot 72x147 tweKe. citrus\ trees Parker of :-Saint; Cloud will be the
    to the elementary school Band music will be provided. In addition Hon,.,' tiearlnu. : Address 110 I IXlllnBhain .;- speaker, nid Mrs. :01. W. Eby Mrs.

    population of the state, are bronze the Boy Scouts Drum and Bugle - -- itve-. KlnHlrnmee." Florida. 43-3tx I JB. 11. Hall, and Mrs.' Celeste J. Fripp

    medals and checks for five dollars. Corps, which is sponsored by the Fit MALIOr: exchange for IIlhtel', I were named a refreshment committee. -
    The board announces that the con- Ad Club, will make its first public ap. car or for property a six cylindera.venpaasenger The next Red Letter Day of the R. CLAY

    tests will be conducted with the cooperation pearance.A Kit: Smith, 304 Studebaker Lotonla Address W. C. T. U. is October 28, when the .
    avenue
    1 of state departments of education window dressing contest with Klaslmmce 42-2tx I local schools, will join in the nation-

    women's clubs, civic organizations cash prizes and ribbons promises to - - wide observance of the Annual Temperance -

    I, safety councils, automobile dress' up the Orlando display windows Foil K\I.E-I-'Ino 8 room Broadway with furniture propertYcontaining Day. Garage and Machine
    clubs, and kindred organizations: that as never before. Fashion shows will I..rife sleeping porch. Modern Lot The local union has set for its Jubilee ShopSUCCESSOR

    , wish to assist. Complete details be given in an Orlando theatre and in lxllO.J Three blocks from poslofflce. Year goal the acquisition of 200
    ; mar! be furnished upon application to some I leading stores. Living models Flowing well. fruit flowers. .and members. There are 107 members at
    shade. Thomas A. Rogers, 510 Broadway -
    t the Highway Education Board Wil- will exhibit the newest fall styles to Klsalmmee. Florida. 42-ltx present. They have adopted the national TO CLA. Y &
    THOMAS
    lard Building, Washington, D. C. best advantage. / slogan, "Every Member of the
    All the newest models' bf leading FOR RAL15:-3 lots. under fence onFIt.ldlng Church a Member of the W. C. T. U."
    HABIT IRRESISTIBLE avenue. Bargain; $100 cash.Write . Florida's cigarette law, to which
    1L automobiles will be exhibit in
    on an Mrs Mamie Blythe, Orlando. Farming Machinery
    .l -- automobile) show which promises much Florida. 41-Stx the ladies of the organization are ,
    ; While the woman's vote is confi- interest. At the Orlando Chamber of calling attenton, and urging enforce.

    ,: dently expected to-and probably will Commerce there will be an interestingand FOR In SALP!good!-One order.RemlnRton Price reasonable.typewriter ment, is as follows: Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt

    -clean up politics, it must be admit- educational exhibit of manufac. Pledger & Havls. 41-2tx An Act to prohibit the sale, barteror

    I ted that there are times when the tured products made in Orlando. It raving! away of cigarettes or cigarette
    temptations, increased by lifetime FOR SALR-Cabbage plants all varieties. -, material in this state and .
    a i is stated that dif. prescribing
    6 of some twenty-five $1.(00 per 1000; Rubby Klnirpepper for the violation BEARINGS FOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARS
    bargain hunting, prove very irresistible. ferent kinds of articles are manufactured plants $2 OO per 1000. KlnseyPlant I penalties

    ,4 in Orlando and for once the Co. Valdo.... Ua. 41.UxSAT.IOllv..r thereof.
    A man at the last election was attempting public will be given an opportunity to Be It Enacted Bv The Legislatureof I

    t. to sell his vote, but the learn of all of them. FOR I wide carriage,typewriter perfect conditionKnqulre with extra . The State of Florida.

    .f woman candidate hesitated to be a The theatres will offer special fea- at OaxettiOffice.. tfx Sec./l.|/ That it shall hereafter be
    to bribery and unlawful in the State of Florida for
    1 party corruption. ture films; and the leading Orlando
    .. ; d "No, sir," she said. "I will not give real estate firms promise to offer surprises FOR calf.SAI.R-Knqulro Two at milk Gazette cows office and heifer, tea any corporation, company, firm or .OOOOiooooooo.oOOOOtooooo. oooooo ooooooooo oooo.SHEIKS' .

    you a dollar for it. It is not worth it." in the way of windows decorated -I person to sell, barter, furnish or giveaway

    i-. "Take it for 88c, lady, urged the with miniature farms and FOR RALB--Fine residence property directly or indirectly, to any
    groves
    Apply ut the office of The VallevUazette CLUB
    i man. minor cigarette cigarette
    which will interest all. I Klsslmmee. S-tf any : wrap-
    "Why didn't .you say that before?" Altogether, the Orlando and Orange per or any Substitute for either; or

    f, she asked as she counted out the County Ad Club promises it will be a I FOR SALK-. Banana plants. lady Jlnicer i to procure, for, or to persuado, advise,
    4.s change.-Weatherford (Tex.) Herald. big day. All attractions will be free variety. 25 cents eachV. B Harris ; counsel or compel any child under DANCE

    except for the normal charge which SKCOND HAND CJOOOS. bought sold said age to smoke any cigarette.
    Ants build heaps of earth and of
    ., will be made by the theatres for their and repaired. The Casino 44-tf Sec. 2. Any such corporation, company -
    trouble, but both can be lowered by FOR RALJ'J-Mod..rn--4-r om firm violating of "
    Offerings. The idea is somewhat un. bungalow l or person any
    b fumigating their beds with a solution usual !and the advertising is said to furnished; bath room: garage, 3 city the provisions of this. Act shall, for ; GRAYSTONE HOTEL

    t M.SI : of sodium or potassium cyanide. be attracting considerable attention. quire lots; 12 W. bearing J. Steed.citrus or Box trees.53. Saint In- the first offense, upon conviction .j

    Cloud. 26ZOtiSTRAWBERRY thereof be fined in any sum not more
    t '.. ., A GREAT NEWSPAPER Painful Interest --- -- than $50.00, nor less than $10.00; and i Tuesday Night, October 9th \.

    r ;, i THE TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE Arriving home from the party, : PLANTS FOR 8ALF3 forjm second and any subsequent of-

    Friend Wife took off her hat and Missionary from fresh. and northern Klondyka.nursery Grown.stock tenaf, such corporation, ompany: fi'm LI by TENNESSEE EIGHT ENTERTAINERS $/
    ; ft. t The Tampa Morning Tribune is the slammed it on the floor. "I'll never this spring- Three dollar per thousand of peon shall upon conviction thereof ::: :: JI(:

    %;., : l)1 'Great Florida Newspaper, exploiting take you to another party as long as I der. f. o 'b. Starke. Cash with or be fined in any sum not more than .. '
    4 'ii I live she fumed. Prompt shipment and good less than $10.00 and to i 4
    $100 nor ,
    : ; ,the resources of the State and paying plants. T. B Williams.. Starke. Fla.86.IOt. -
    "WhyT" ho asked which be added in J
    ' amazingly."You may imprisonment
    ,( ;.!' particular attention tothe; Commercial asked Mrs. Jones how her the county jail for any period not exceeding laws in conflict with the provisions Some Melon '. "'

    I. Industrial, 'Agricultural, Horticultural husband was standing: the heat." FOR 8ALE-COd near St. Cloud.aers For rood quick pastureland sal sixty days. I of this Act are hereby repealed. The Fort Worth Record recently; i

    I I : ,Political and Social Events "Well, what of that Too '5.00 per acre. Writ 8. P. William Sec. S. It is hereby made the duties Sec. 6, That this Act shall take effect contained the attractive picture of a Jj

    p VJ : *. they occur,in every Town, City and "Wb), her husband has! been dead Wauchula Florida. stiFOR of sheriffs, constables, their deputies immediately upon its passage beautiful young'' lady using Parker .*."
    .
    ; Hamlet In the Great State ofFlorIdz. two months." BALK. 'For Pt.n rurnUbed or any police officer to enforcethe and approval 22 by the Governor. Approved melons and fadies. .Weatherforf. ,
    May 1927.
    : ( 'ISOour Room* and No Trespass Card' 10 provisions of this Act and be may tub. They grow 'em sweet and l lua"tt
    c. f 'r Send subscription to tjM Sherman Was Wrong cents each at Th* oatt office. lummon any mnor who may have or (A minor is one uDder 21 year of clous down in Parker 't:
    .t, -. Tribune Office hand It to local ."Poor boy.? remarked visitor age) county,
    or your) a lady lave bad in his possession any cigar melons and ladies. '"

    : J//dealec': that:'you. can'enjoy :reading to the wounded soldier in the ho i, I FOR RENT ette or cigarette material, and make __ (Tex.) Herald .j, '

    k. 'FJ.rJdaB:'.Greatest'' Newspaper., One pital,' "you must have been through FOR RENT-Four-room furnished cot him testify ,before the County Judge An orchard on tie banks of a lake: -_' ? ..,'., .J
    some pretty tight squeezes.":. ,. tuff mod.rn: well ,locatid at flU or Justice of the' Peace as to where a nnn, friend, an, amiable woman, a "Mother I 'out Wed't' : '$
    'year:$8.eO, /t iimonths,(: ,"$4.00n'th.re* ] I yWelrBisam," he :Main street. B.. j. F.. :Mark 14 Chr and of whom be obtained tech'clpr- cowhand a UttM boat ..nor could May o to /

    ,*-I months $2.00. and one "Mcmtb..1k.tf". ,/" he. rePliecfbbJulhlnlrmeomfoJtably 19 streetKENT:/.". ,. ,... <. .. "."*. ette' or cigarette material.' ,, oy perfect, happiness on earth without I en- But"Yes when jay darling dangfcter; ,...;..*.d'f..
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    Seven'tiroes one was Master Gallon '
    --- -----.- -_'. .. Bryan, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Gordon
    Jotl'O Bryan, on October 3. ANNOUNCEMENTOsceola : :
    Realty Classified ad. 000000000 .... ... 4o + The event was duly celebrated at

    i the Bryan home Mabbette
    Renfrew Okeechobee on street,
    ;/ Mr*. Kissimrnee Gary, of visiting: herr ,WEATHER REPORT. by the gathering of: a few' little ,
    City i sMre ' friends and the indulgence of delicious '
    t'' mother, : Dora Lee O Official Bulletin of ". -' 'fL
    daily tam.,0 birthday cake ice cream and oth il' -- ,
    at Cafe. 'tf 0 perature and precipitations fur. 0 er confections. \
    Dupont's J.
    Eat *.nished by the Kissimme Cot 4 The party motored to' Alligator

    Mrs. David Lander Is visiting her operative U. Weather Bureau Lake for supper where merry games, County is entering upon a. period of unprecedented t :

    sons Joe arid Henry Lander, at Avon Station, for the week) ending happy songs and jolly swims were
    park, this week 4 0 Thursday, October 4: much enjoyed. growth. -, x
    -- 0 In the party were the birthday
    New York Life Insurance Co., SamL 0 Date Max Min, Prcp 0 child, Gallon Bryan, Doris Bryan, ,

    Lupfer, local representative. Htfc 0 Friday, Sept 2888 68 .00 < Jimmie Carson, Hugh Geiger, Aldegy- Agricultural development is faster than
    0.Saturday,-Sept 29..8S 66 .00 tha Jordan, Marell Lupfer, Jimmie preceding 'i
    Miss Estelle Persons returned to 4 Sunday, Sept 80___89 63 .00 Oi Tucker, and Miss Emma Yowell, the :
    Kissimmee Saturday night from a month's vacation at Doyle, Georgia. Tuesday Oct 292 68 .00 Mrs. Gordon Bryan and Mrs. Sam .

    00 Wednesday, Oct 394 68 .OflL* Lupfer accompanied the Al '
    to
    party
    cottage for rent .
    session'our-room Nov.immediate. 1. $10.pollllelllon.-$30.Also furnished; pos *0 Thursday Readings, Oct are 491 made at 69 6:00: .00 p. 4'0'''.! ligator Lake.DANCING Some of our best citrus land in the State is in .}

    house; m. for the preceding twenty-four 0'', PARTY
    Realty Company. Osceola
    Nelson hours. County.
    + Misses Janet Squires and Mary 1
    Misses Virginia Smith and Lucy 0 ALLISON T. FRENCH. 4', Sanderson were delightful hostesses ..

    : kcls visited Mrs. W. L. Joiner in 0 Co-operative Observer. 0000400004e on Friday evening, when they entertained ',
    Orlando Thursday of last wek. 640044V40 a large number of their friend Choice resident lots are in the greatest demand in '5

    at the home of: Mrs. II. R. .
    May, on
    \-k for information on the ,/New -Don't Vernon street. the history of Kissimmee.
    latest policy. forget that the Ideal Bakery Dancing was participated -
    York> Life's SamrLupMr 14-tfc- is the place where you get sixteen In, to music rendered by some 1

    ter. ounces of good bread for nine cent* ,of those present, and delightful re-

    '. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck this "eshments were served at the end of Advance correspondence indicates unusual"i
    received several baskets of de- W. H. Wysong returned Monday the evening. Those present were ,an i
    week from their relatives InV from Eaton, Ohio, where he spent the Misses Bobbie and Pauline Crow, Janet "
    := ,. ious grapes of
    number -
    summer Mr. Wysong was accompa- and Marion Graves, Nellie Taylor, buyers this winter.
    . : chigan.iO __ nied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Helen Wilcox, Alberta Brunson, Elizabeth ,
    Hires 1 mile out on brick road; Trunk and three children, of Eaton, :i / Parker, Delia and Sally Led- at
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    ]10 acre grove, $7,500, including crop. i who will spend the summer and may better, Mae Winn, Gladys and Janet 1, ,
    T nis Nelson Realty Company 'locate permanently. v I Griffin, Eleanor Rosen, Elizabeth .'.
    --- Carter, Wilhelmenia Williams. Vivian FOR THESE REASONSWe
    '.f'' W. T. Crawford, of Thomas- The Gazette'jb;; ;; department Is'' Floyd, Madge Rivers, Edith McLean, - .

    ,"('. <;oorgi ,-Is in Kissimmee visit- equipped to- do all kinds of job printing Dorothy Bullock, Christine and Louise .
    ,s I 1"1 i parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, M. on short notice and at; reasonable May and Messrs Arthur Bullock, S

    Oardiier prices. Gerald Rivers, Emerson Squires, have opened an agency to
    I Richard Bandy, David Brunson Ru-
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    a r Hire. Call C, C. Rum- DEATH OF MRS. E. P. NEIDA \ I dolph Walker, Garland Hankins. Elliot

    ,,1 !I'hone 41. 26-tf SHOCK. TO KISSIMMEEThe : : Gilbert, Milton Graham. Elmrv-
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    IrV, I. Martyr and two children many friends- !- of Mrs.'. E P Griffin, 1-'. S. Ledbetter, Walter Griffin Bring Good Property and Good People Together

    returned to Kissimme Sunday from. Neid were shocked Thursday after Bill Seel.( Raymond Tyner, Dic'cMakmson '

    'nths! visit in Philadelphia and ''noon of last week when they learned Elmer Schweikart, PaulNave t.fi
    Jersey sea shore. of her death :llr.... Neid, "becoming, ''! Park Doughten, and Bill Het- .*n jmhjfc *m> , fit S| iSf
    ill Wednesday morning, was ruined tmjrer, of St. Cloud. .
    i'nrirn i 'hed Flat for rent. W. B14tf 10( the Orange General Hospital l at --

    . \ Gazette; .office.. 'Orlando, and few knew of hei illness, BIRTHDAY PARTYMr If you have good property to sell or if you are y '
    ] making her. death Thursday noon, a /Inri1..s.; . J. H. Phay entertained ,
    ? Mr S. W. Thornton returned Sat- complete shock. Thursday afternoon at their homein

    }> :,1 i .. ,tram a four months' visit to :Mrs. Neid was operated upon Wednesday honor of the eleventh birthday anniversary looking for good property to buy---

    ) Ohio. She has rented her at one-thirty p. m., and. passel of their son, John, about i
    t i"ir the winter and is living with away Thursday ut noon. 'thirty' guests being presentAt .f '

    ;urge Newhouse_ at 411 Verona. I She was formerly Miss Isal-cll]) Mary the appointed hour the little

    Winch She was born in 1 1901! I in guests aimed and the playing of
    Kent Two comfortably fur-
    ))0 . '(-room- apartments, with pri- I Wyomlnlccunty, New York, and games and serving of refreshment SEE SAM L. LUPFER
    ))0 i
    came with her parents, Mr and Mrs. of iie cream, wafers and lenionad"
    ) li th and modern conveniences
    ti ''A. L. Winch, to Kl simme>e. three ensued and a delightful time was
    W Harris Gazette office. 43-tf
    It '
    -- years ago to make her home. She at- had. The young guest of honor waf I
    r tended the business college at Ki the recipient of beautiful and
    .1 I Carolyn Fripp was home front mm- many
    )0 rk' where she is teaching in the awe and on February 15, 1922, was useful gifts. Those present were: I P., O. Box No.2. Phone 222 "
    .1 1 school, to visit her mother, Mrs married to E. P. Neid, who came to Jerrold Croxton, J. D. Padgett, Bur-
    . J. Fripp, for the week-end. Kissimmee from Minnesota nine years ton and Robert Holcombe, Harry Lee,

    \ I'xerette: Floyd, of Starke, visit- ago.Mrs. i', Russell Swain, Bennet O'Bannon. Raymond INSURANCELife fire .81
    K simmee with her. Neid was the second youngestof Dayson, Robert Mack, Oliver Automobile Casualty :
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    nine children, all of her brothers Carson Marvin Watson! Frank Kee, ,
    "hi, !best Investment you can make and sisters surviving her. One brother I I Paul Yowell, "I..eroy Cason, Herbert
    .- t :New: York Life Policy. Better G. A. Winch, resides at Cleveland, '''and Roy Breaker, H. J. Nave, J. J,
    . in ,a savings account. See Sam Ohio. His wife was killed in an accident I I Griffin, John Lester, Earl and Don
    :' 14-tfc one week before, which prevented Stinman Preston Patrick. Haley i

    any of the brothers and I Duke, Allen Williams, Willard and --S _
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    ',1 and Mrs. G. \Y. Best left Kis- ters from attending Mrs. Neid's sis-I'Cecil Gresham, Earl Remington, I --r 5 'S.- : ,

    Wednesday for Sarasota to neral. The other brothers and sisters ter Roberts and DeWitt Beecher.wel-I
    . I heir daughter Mrs. F. W Stal- are: L. N. Winch, L. F. Winch '' ,
    i I. Mr Rest is on his vacation from Martin F. Winch, and Mrs. B. E. BRIDGE PARTY

    ti, rostofftce. Tefft, of: Buffalo, New York Mrs. E. I Mrs S. H Bullock entertained lither : .:. ;:

    G. Haves, of: East Aurora. New York, home oft Clyde avenue n larre Monroe Thomas J
    s Shaves,. 15c; haircuts, 35e; children Mrs. I! of friends . .. ; ... ) .
    H. W. Martin, of Kansas City. number with a delightful ,. ,\ \t >,: )
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    25u at Casino Barber ,Shop. Missouri, and i Mrs. P. Wv' Straub, of ''bridge party, Wednesday afternoon.The , ". I' "v""\ /',..I'' '"\ : ., I ""r 'i" ""{ w'" ,L I,.'" ,',;tijf", .. ,'.,\ J: , "
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    !Mr, and Mrs. G. Il7 Wells, and three Kissimmee Her parents, Mr. and spacious rooms on the lower floor ",'....\1.'i. \ ; .; '?' ' :I"\,'"'l".i' >\. "- 'pt, : ,,.t. :; .,i"1. ," 11,
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    Mrs. A. L. Winch reside in this thrown suite and bowls of >:'1>'\\ '- ."
    city. were en ,
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    .il.II"1I: arrived in Kissimmee yesterday . ,' ,1. GA RAG, E ", ..... <\,., (I.. ..i__,
    -om Washington, D. C., and ex- Mrs. Neid's body was" prepared for varied hue zenias constituted the decoration '4 .
    P t o locate. Two daughters now burtnl at the undertaking parlors"'>of *. The affair was one of the c, ;if.
    .1 I Washington are expected J, W. Thompson, and removed to the 'most charming parties that will be 18 Emmett Street "
    them later. home of her parents on Aderhold I given here this season. The tables I
    -. street Friday, where it awaited the were placed 'on the screened porch,
    Tli leading life insurance company arrival of Mr. Neid's parents, Mr. and 1 delicious punch was served i PHONE 47 '

    n' tl world New York Life. Seem :nd Mrs. Charles Neid, and his, cousin I throughout the afternoon The prize. dr '

    _ i upfer, ngent. 14-tfc Miss Justine Hoffman. Funeral for high scores was won by Mrs. W.I I
    services\ were held Monday morning .1. Steer, and Miss Margaret Stanford They Tried Us Once---Now They Come
    .. eii I fish" may be the next kind at nine o'lock'at the Catholic church, 'i scored low. Deli<"iou< refrl'shments.1|

    _. i from Lake Tohopekaliga. as by Rev. Father Golden, pastor, assisted consisting! of fruit salad and l iced tea ,
    1 i of Police Daggers emptied by Rev Father Nolan of Orlando.I were H I'\"ed. There were six tablesof \ Every Time .

    e .. i <'!! gallons of good "corn likker" Mr*. Neid's body was laid to rest beside players and those participating in
    I' lake a few days ago! cone that of her infant child al the ,, the games were: Mesdames Alder-I I

    i: d from three bootleggers. Rose Hill cemetery man Nathan Bryan,. W beck. _Gard-;, I
    -- |I ner, Gariett :Steed!, Boice.. 1:'hippa.'Buttoiff. Prompt Attention To Small Jobs As Well As Large ;;
    ".1 1 Ii and Mrs Charles. Neid ,..turn- CHRISTIAN C. R GIVES Edgar Katz, PUj'h. Harry

    i to kissimmec last Friday from a FAREWELL TO PRESIDENTThe )) Dole, Coble Starbird, Alexander,
    f .r ,mnths, trip to Oklahoma, Min- Nelson, Makinson, and Misses! Dot Ma- Phone ;
    71(
    115> -lit-', and other northern points.T -- I I'kinson, Elizabeth Parker Bay, Margaret Residence ,
    '. homo by members of the Christian
    e accompanied
    were Stanford. Those coming in for
    1 i eco, Miss Justine Hoffmann, Church Christian Endeavor gave a tea were Mesdames Gary. Sears, H.
    v II spend the winter with them. farewell party for their president, I C. Stanford, Dora Lee. O'Brien. Bob
    Stratton at the home of Mrs ..
    - - Story -i;
    Hick and Stanley Bullock, and Miss
    'n. 't that the Ideal Bakeryi Miller evening September
    forget! B. C. Friday Mayme Pilley. I _. '
    ll. :Mace where you vet sixteen 28.About. I I -- II -- --
    0'' ic of good bread for nine cents.* forty enjoyed the gettogether S. I'. IIADLEY DEAD) I SIXTEEN MONTHS OLD ROY | General Delivery .

    evening of music and games !Miss! f --- -- DRIVES TRUCK INTO STOREWednesday A wealthy American's aunt had
    The iest; Investment you can make Cornelia Lancaster sang some old I i R. V. Hadley, who has for several I I 1, died abroad and he cabled for the remains LOVE'S' AUTO & BUS LINE .
    .. Better ;
    1York; Life Policy. favorites which were very much ap- I \ earibeen principal of the colored I night B. T. Crosby, of
    t' m savings account See Sam of lemonade at 1 to be sent to him in this coun-
    .1 Kissimmce died
    preciated. Light refreshments schools in North ,
    FOk
    the Florida Feed Store, stopped in AUTOS HIREALL
    1 .pf,'r .14-tfc and cakes were served. j Madison, Florida, last week, where he I front of :Minick's drug store. He set 'try. Great was his astonishment when

    1 hi who doesn't attendr Stratton Story will be greatly missed went for the benefit of his health. I the lever of his truck out of gear and the undertaker whispered to him that NEW CARS
    'legionnaire Mak in all departments of the church Hadley was n good citizen and a Iroodtl'l1'hl'r left his sixteen months old Bon in the I the body received was that of a man We make of
    t I ue! day's meeting of the work. and was well thought of in : in the uniform of a high ranking officer a specialty
    n'on.Carson Post is going to be : I seat. A moment later the young additional
    finance"arrangement the city as a whole as well as with !'driver pulled down the lever. The After the passage of Party Trips
    outa "frenzied gas
    luck. The new MONTVERDE PASTOR AT the members of his own race cables, he received this one from someG.
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    is going into effect ont BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY S K. Mom'oe. of Sanford, has been truck in the some sidewalk manner, got and into crashed gear H. Q.: w
    . t date. --- of coloredschools. jumped I I "Keep the General. Your: aunt has Kissimmee Headquarters
    appointed as principal the
    Rev. Wilson Finch, of Montverde, through the window of the drugstore I r
    been buried with. full military hon
    ) Don't forget that the Ideal Bakery will occupy the pulpit at the First I ]Mr.; Crosby made a dive for Broadway Pharmacy y
    ors. I
    ,. I' t the place where you get sixteen Baptist church at the morning and NOTICEAs the truck and the boy. The little fellow Opposite PoKtoffice.. Phone 41 : {
    t ci\'ices'' of good bread for nine cents.* evening services next Sunday. I 1 let out one excited exclamation, SCORE BOARD WILL snowWOULD'S :
    The B. Y. P. U. has Arranged\ a trustee of the estate. of Paul then, seeing hm daddy, began to crow l -
    T;' ivnds of Mrs. W. L. Kickliter are I land the crashing glass. 'SERIES GAMES
    special for Sunday night as Stanley bankrupt I will be in Kissimmee enjoy
    .p'ad' to see her out again after an program A feature of the accidentis -
    )0 of peculiar
    Monday, the 8th day
    ,. illness! of ten weeks .,following: operation follows Drill :on Bible readings, Sam Lup- (October, on 192"J.: for the purpose of giving I that it occurred in exactly the same tunity Baseball of seeing fans wiH a game have without the oppor-see- SAM L. LUPFER GOES INTO ,rti.

    at the Orange General Hos- fer, leader: devotional program. all persons owing accounts to the place a negro drive drove a Ford III ing the players next week at the Casino THE REAL ESTATE GAME

    ti d pital. f Howard Hall, leader; scripture read- "Central )Drug Store or Stanley Pharmacy" I few months ago. The:! same window theatre Manager Jordan and '
    Reynolds for divine an opportunity to settle be- vas smashed in, leaving the side window Sam L. Lupfer, Jr., has got the "ag-
    William ; prayer electrical
    have
    { Mrn Henry Lander, of Avon Park, ing, before. Bill. ,Smith. completed. an a'Bc
    :y f drove up Monday evening to visit the guidance; poem. "We Reap as same. Please meet me promptly between standing--all --- scoring and announcing devrce, ricultural bug" along with some of
    { Eastern Star lodges at Kissimmee, St. I we have Sown," Ethel Whiddon" Harold ; the hours, of 10 a. m. and 3 p. PLEDGER AND DAVIS Whereby every play is seen by meansof the other members of his famllr. Ills itexpression"is
    :. Cloud, and Orlando. Mrs. Lander is "What May a Christian Covet? m., at A E. Thomas office State different colored lights, denoting'the
    PARTNERSHIP little differentturn is
    1 from hour all accounts taking a
    Gifts that DISSOLVE
    , circles and Wilson;: Spiritual are Bank, as after players and the positions.
    ; Star ,
    prominent in Eastern
    ; \ Gifts Johnston & however, than theirs. He is going -
    while here stopping at the home God, Ruth Herzberg; Spiritual ',will be turned over to Arrangements have been made to t
    '' was Leah Herzberg; God's' Garrett for suit. ( and Ellis F. Davis each it and the to try and put the right kind of
    : of her father-in-law Rev. David Lan- for Service, Milton Pldeger get play as occurs
    >p.., der. Gifts Differ, Nellie Bowen; Living a J. M. DUNCAN, I announced this week the dissolution board will show it instantly. It will !farmers!; on the right kind of farms. ;
    Successful Life, Harry Woodall; 43-ltc Trustee. of their partnership, and the continuo be operated every afternoon next :He announces the opening of' a. real v
    } for What? Sam Lop- separately I and will rival such device estate agency in this 'Issue I
    Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, Coveting Gifts, THANKS I ation of their practice i iI week any .
    "Kissimmee is on.the greatest '
    Orlando Florida. Medical, Surgical; fer; song; benediction. CARD I hereafter. Mr. Pledger retains the used in metropolitan centers. it has seen pro.gressive Mr.-. ':
    Maternity Capacity 100 patients. What way Christian covet? Moses our' sincerethanks ': old offices of the firm in the Mc- wave ever ;
    r'y' ; We desire to express said "Indications
    Lupfer yesterday. rs4-
    Paul : 100 Per Cent precaution
    not. says has
    diet physiological Thou Shalt and Mr. Davis
    Equipment modern rest building,
    who Crory
    : says the friends j: .
    't t to many for number of +
    t therapeutics. Unexcelled In Thou Shalt.. Which Is right T Both. kindness and leased offices in the Bank of Osceola I I A guest stopping overnight at a are an unprecedented '
    ' such
    [showed sympathy fa11. look
    r' us hotel shown buyers cominghere this I .
    ramshackle country was
    ,. the Southeast. 2-tf Come and see Sunday night. the illness, and at the County building, formerly occupied by I real
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    .. durnig to his room by a bellhop. for a big business In l the 'e.tatel,L, ,
    " 'I' \ passing of.our beloved wife daughter, F. A. 1'ave.' I he and ,will handle l both.farm and 1
    ODti.FELLOWBCONFER
    fire game :
    "I'mgladthere'a ,
    'i' S. R. Chapman reports the renting \ Matters pending in which the -#. escape '
    DEGREE TONICH'J and sister, as well as for the beautiful :now relief.,' "But what's the residence, property.";,.>.m.1:l *.' '
    in
    1 or''the Ernest Green I home on MabMtte JNITATORY offerings sent. firm interested\ will be handled by j said some 1 ,,
    .. kindly
    ".' street to Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Osceola'LodgtNnmber t : 74't. O. O. floral. E.'.P. Neid.'so". the co-operation of: the two attorneys- big Idea In putting.a prayer"book in .. "w:' <"Accomssedatlng'. .. icy
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    gr''' 'Moore and six ,<:children of'New to F., Is finding .avery hnjy. yesr, with ? :Mr, and Mn, A.L.r.Wlneh.'' until they are finally,disposed:of. such.. "That'a conspicuous la case the placet"fire cuts" h .-? '. VU this the Weather'' bunt t., ,How H g,
    'i! ampahlre.'> The Moore"'ame. ? work b angy;,carried-' Tonlahtthe f-'i, Mr. and Mrs. Charles New fry amaI1adverttwm.nt' tCUr' about. a : .-_
    much fa k
    t"J: ,Kisdmmce, last -week and then went If yon D the fire escape replied 'hQwerltonJfhn
    xwnfemd : Straub. I Don't need
    Wed- tnltatory degree will be Mr. and Mrs.*.P.'Tf: '. in classified coU rorn" I o ne: >:
    on returned our **
    farther south.: 'They c 'the &W l. "
    l I. ,' 'Ml\day j convinced .that Klssiromee !II all?risftlnr Odd' Fellows ,Irt HEAb m:1: + roans wIU fill them.c' ;'">- "'4I-tf., .. 'ELADTHEyALLETGAZETTE, .t&k.on. j ' ;\ .
    ; ? Sty cordiaByInvited ,to attend.. ) VALLBT.jBAZETTE, p' .. .:". J' ': LJ 1,;
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    HIGH SCHOOL GAZETTE SEALDSWEET o ADVERTISING HAS MADE: A HITA I -

    most unusual compliment to the I .r rw 'II )

    Citrus Sealdsweet Exchange advertising is paid of in the the Florida Sep :
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    VOLUME II KISSIMJ1EE, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 6? :NUMBER'4 tember number of Judicious Advertising Prices Reduced ;
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    Editor .____?.._........_ Lupfer LET'S C01! I PARENT OF RICHES As is well known in advertising circles 1

    Assistant Editor.___Alberta Brunson I They are off! Although this is only "Education Is not only moral rem the' Sunklst advertising of the

    REPORTERS our second year in football the prospects ovator and a multiplier Intellectual California Fruit Growers' Exchange h t i
    Twelfth Grade..Margaret. Sigler look good. The work out which power, but it is also the most prolific for many years has been preparedand I, '
    Coach Bowen has been givingthe parent.. of national riches. placed by Lord and Thomas, one .
    Eleventh Grade._,.._.Eleanor Rosen
    last week has close It has right therefore not onlyto of theleading and largest advertising
    boys for the been a ,
    Tenth Grade __ ______ .Ethel Owen
    in the United States.
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    : the agencies "
    ly watched by many of the football be included in grand Inventory] .,:,
    Ninth Grade _...__.Frances Bailey That the trade periodical issued by
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    fans. The squad this year is much, of a nation's resources, but to be :
    Music Department___Dena Snodgrass larger than it was last year, but there placed at the very head of that inven- this agency should? single out as wore ..
    is still plenty of room'for some more tory. It is not only the most honest thy of special comment an advertise"
    ., JUNIOR NOTES I boys on the field, and there are even and honorable, but the surest means ment which is the work of one of its .' I
    some places on the team for those of amassing property.A competitors-the Thomas Advertising; 'i'f
    Keep your, eyes open! who are willing to fight. It is not theboyi trespasser or a knave may forcibly Service of Jacksonville) and Tampa-
    Watch for the Junior play! alone that win the games. We or fraudulently appropriate the makes even more significant the fav-
    We have found another adage are looking forward to the unanimous earnings of others to himself, but education orable references by Judicious Adver-
    that applies to the Junior class in support of every member of the facul- has the prerogative of origin- tising to the Sealdawect copy and illustrations famoU$
    every Precious jewels always ty and student body to help us put ating or generating property more as follows:
    come in small packages." These old over a successful season. The value certainly and more rapidly than it' The Taste Appeal
    sayings in most cases hold true and of true support is beyond measure. was ever accumulated by force or "Sealdsweet is trying to get the attention LAUNDRYETTENOW
    have great bearing on the affairs of This can be shown by coming out to fraud.It of the women in the advertising -
    today. So if everyone wants to see practice, either as an active player or I has more than the quality of an audience, since it is they who
    an example-just look at the Junior us a side line encourager, by boosting ordinary mercantile commodity, from have most to do, if not quite all, with sni
    class! the gcprnd*.encouraging: others to come which the possessor realizes, but a the purchase of food products for ultimate .

    Let The Juniors Do III! I I out, joining the athletic association, single profit as it passes through his consumption -
    The Juniors are always,anxious to attending the games, in fact throwing: hands; it rather resembles fixed cap "Women's minds do not run along

    take part in anything that pertains :I one's very self into helping 0 the team ital!, yielding: constant and high revenues statistical interested lines.in methods They used are not in even food
    to the school. I In doing this we endeavor 'win, --as it enjoys an immunity from
    to excel all the other classes. common casualties, it incurs no cost factories, as one of our leading food
    We think that wholesome' rivalry is FRESHMEN NOTES for insurance\ or defense. advertisers! found out several years
    to ,his aftPr a
    ago great surprise
    MANN.
    the of school life and HORACE
    "
    spice activity. the Freshies' lack -
    They say quality costly trial of a style of advertisin
    ,. Ask the Juniors, they knowl! "it" when it wonderfully ,
    but they are comes which showed scenes in his -
    I Ode To The Juniors
    addition the 41 THOUGHTS
    I to quantity. In to equipped plant.
    ; Oh, the Junior class, .it's rather slim.
    enrolled in the Fresh-
    l I, pupils already Use Sense of Taste
    \ But all the same, we have the vim; I man class two other Freshman girls, As wild, pink roses in their wake, It is pretty well established by this I the famous
    In all the school there is classAVTio can
    no Mary Lee and Florence Babb, startedin Scatter their perfume on the breeze; time that the shortest route to a I you buy Laun-Dry-
    can this peppy bunch surpass.It I school Monday. This makes a: total Occurrences of each day make woman's or man's either, for that. electric washing machine: at reduced
    I It of 43: pupils in the ninth grade; Impressions which we, only, see. matter-pocketbook and conviction is I
    It knows knows how to to work I I'j this year. One of the largest; Freshman I( through: her or his sense of taste. I prices. Increased sales volume makes this

    But most of how all play, class the O. ,11. S has ever had. i O'er these. roses on lonely days ,. "Depict so appetizingly the food possible and the benefit.
    i The Frephies also think that they i I Bees, which are really. our thoughts, products which you have to sell or the you get .
    It knows how
    to Bay: have quality as well as quantity, for ', Buzz on in their own hum-drum way foods which your product will make
    "Razzle dazzle You need another \
    not a frazzle the majority of the boys eligible to O'er happy days that time has' that they just make the reader's never wring garment after
    thread is wool- I
    Every play: football this month are Fresh- I brought mouth run' and you have at once accomplished Laun-Dry-Ette. It whirls
    All all you get your
    together: together, ies. The Freshies sincerely hope that much-desired result. a
    your
    That's the way to pull! they will\ not decrease in number, and I Thus, we, in a reflective! mood "And that's exactly what Scald. whole tubful of garments wringer-dry in one
    Juniors! Juniors! Juniors!
    have determined have their Seek the of old. Sealdsweet advertising
    they to honey in stones sweet is doing. The minute after
    i.I
    Katherine thoroughly
    Moseley. /lass of 27 the largest and best that I We strive to think but of the good :', advertising oranges, does washing every
    THE HIGH SCHOOL CARNIVAL [has. ever graduated: from O. H. S. And frame sweet memories In gold. not hesitate to use a good twothirdsof piece. It rinses and blues the clothes.It's .
    All together-Freshies! Freshies! A. J. G. a large space to showing half an
    Look out for the Annual High orange about as lufiously and interestingly the machine that docs more
    School Carnival and begin Having WOW! I ns can be done in black-and- ;"QJ"- '
    your dimes, nickels, and pennies, for !I I loneas Irving: to get: acquainted SENIOR NOTES white in wspapel's.juic and of the work than any other "
    it is to be the biggest and best car- with the new Freshmen. One day she I ready, on u plato, to be eaten." electric washer the machine [
    nival we have had yet. This year we- met two of the girls who had just The Senior class had a class meet- J _.,
    are going to have several surprise started in school that day. She j I niIonday; afternoon at which time that people are talking about. -
    features that will "take the people thought: t that it would be nice to introduce II theyoted on the class flower and A Clever Thief' "
    them to other she class color The class flower is the In its 9th successful and
    by storm. No definite plans are being each so "Hang it man!! !If flivver has, year N.-' '"
    :' announced yet but watch this column said), "Mary Lee, this is Florence .white rose and the colors are: white your '
    for future news. : Babb. Florence replied, "I'm awfully | and green. The motto has not as yet been stolen, why don't you communicate getting more popular every
    o glad to meet you, Mary Lee." Then, been selected. The members of the with the police ?" i| month.See .
    HENRY W. GRADY DEBATING l'' turning to Irene, she said, "She is my class wanted time in which to select "I'm not worying about the flivver.
    SOCIETYThe sister." I a I suitable one. The motto will be I t
    I'm how he the thingto
    wondering got the demonstration
    we are giving
    voted on at the next class meeting.The .
    Henry W Grady Debating: so-I SOPHOMORE NOTES I Senior class expects to put out go." I II I in our salesroom today. Or phonefor

    ciety which meets today for our first 'I an annual this year. Of course this II I our home demonstration plan. ......,.....
    promises to be a interest-I I The
    very Sophomores are starting the means work, so we would like to have
    ing one. It is also hinted that we ball rolling in the money-making; activities I the co-operation of the high schoolas A crop of cowpeas and sorghum ,
    will have several new members to add by selling ice cream on the well as that of the business men of sown together in summer should fur- j
    to our roll. Come on, debaters, let's' school grounds at recess and noon. Kissimmee. If we have the backingof nish a much better forage crop than Price until today $165 .fIINo. ]
    iJ show them what we can do and when '',It is for a Worthy cause, to pay for a I II the people we promise to have an the fodder farmers usually persist in
    :
    you are on the program do your new book ('ue. so, fellow classmen, annual that will be worth your money
    belt.GASSING. I be sure and patronize us. and time pulling. Planted later than July, how- -Now
    .,
    ever, this hay crop will be light. $155
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    e J CORN WEEVIL ''I Florida College of, Agriculture. Corn PEOPLE WILL TALK .
    Two hundred business and professional FOR SALE BY
    a WILL ENABLE REDUCED ((should be harvested just as soon as it
    CROP TO MEET DEMANDS is men of Springfield IlL, met
    sufficiently dry, stored in air-tight
    Florida's j,j cribs, and fumigated with carbon di- You may go through this world, but and appointed a committee authorized JOHN A. MCCARTHY
    corn for 1923 id
    crop sulphide. 'twill be slow to proceed with the incorporation:
    smaller than for many years according J i Enough of the poison should be se- very ,
    and promotion of the Abraham Lincoln

    k, to the latest estimates. This i cured in order that good results may If you listen to all that is said as you ELECTRICAL DEALER'AND CONTRACTORST.
    the.. University, an institution be .
    being case, farmers will find it be had. Figure one ounce of the go; '
    difficult to make the reduced supply poison for one bushel of corn. If the You'll]) be worried and. fretted and built and conducted according to the CLOUD, FLORIDA

    ,of corn meet the increased demands. j'I crib holds 400 ,bushels of corn, use kept in a stew, democratic Ideals of the martyred
    And '
    jr this makes it necessary for every I 400 ounces ((25 pounds) of,the liquid For meddlesome must have president. A permanent endowment

    ', farmer, in order to protect to make hia corn it go from as far weevils as- !I!'carbon Place shallow pans. of the. material something to tongues do. .' of 15,000,000 is planned.' Everybody, Wfco Is Anybody Advertise Their "Watto" ia the,Valley x uetts,1'f

    possible.It ';l fat; short intervals on top of the corn; i For people will talk. .
    -
    has
    been conservatively estimated close the doors and windows and leave I
    that from 15 to 20 percent of the alone for several ''
    hours
    corn harvested in Florida is eaten up and night) and the work(is about done.a Two day'I II If humble and modest, you'll have it QPtS O .6X). &) fii >8GDe Q
    weevils.
    by This loss can be prevented fumigations will be necessary, the sec presumed
    if the farmers will use proper care I I I ond about two weeks after the first. That your humble position is only
    + in harvesting, storing:' and feeding: the I. The second is made necessary becauseof assumed;

    :,i corn, according: to specialists of the j:I the hatching of young weevils from I That you're a wolf in sheep's clothing, A Cold '

    I II I I, eggs first.!: unhatched at the time of the or .else you're a fool, Fact

    TIRE SPECIAL I I-'(): best results!! shuck the corn But don't get excited, keep perfectlycool
    I i fore This be-I :
    storing.!\ permits the We 4
    have had
    To introduce I to penetrate the ears of corn For people will\ talk. killing frosts in Florida since 1895;
    Paul Rubber Co's Lone easier and to better advantage. The on the average of once every seven years.
    Distance and Clover Leaf Cords, will crib should have ventilators through And
    *" give vou free extra heavy duty red which foul air may escape after the And then if you show the least bold- The chances are 1 to 7 that your unprotected
    tube, with regular or air gage valve. ''fumigation has been completed. ness of heart, grove will suffer severely be
    f 1 i And, too, the price is less than any I I I Or a slight inclination to do your own to this year. or entirely destroyed

    I w similar tire. This applies to all sizes j I II Saving the Jam part; w
    above 30x3%, I
    r They'll call you an up-start, conceitedand
    Let us fit you up and forget vour j I I Hungry private (to mess sergeant). vain, One
    ' tire trouble. Our Autovac will stop ,"How's chances on getting a bite to rAW a
    But keep straight ahead don't
    your Ford from leaking oil} or you I I cat" stopto
    money back. explain, |
    Mess sergeant: "How would
    you
    For people will talk. With
    R. E. ARNOLD like a jam sandwich?" SK1NNEP COKE HEATERS protecting

    LOCAL HKPflEaic1'ATi'g Private: "Fine, sir; fine." your grove, this risk is eliminated at small cost.
    If
    you dress in the fashion, don't hope
    I Mess sergeant: "Well, here's two Why not play safe?
    CHAS. G. MEDLIN & SON. ioned your hat
    Orl...o, fl.. Factory, Olntrlbutor.' pieces of bread, jam 'em together. Someone will surely take notice of :. '

    6 ; 40-41 Exchange. that; Fill out this coupon. Our engineers will tell you

    --. And hint rather strong that you can't (,i without obligation how to best protect your property,

    pay your way, to prevent any chance of loss
    But don't get excited whatever they i s
    i
    say,
    v h p.o For people will talk.
    .y1 e Skinner Machinery Co.

    )If you dress inthe fashion, don't hopeto
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    119
    ox Dunedin. Florida.
    Ui!f fIIt. escape, -
    For they'll criticise then in a differ- i

    ent shape; tb
    c
    Ifi use You're ahead of your means, or your Department, ,
    tailor's unpaid, )' Company. ,
    Dun.dln, Florida.
    u But mind your own business, there's",

    nought to be made, Bend Information about huts equlpmtnt required
    IC&JJMETP For people will\ talk. to protect rojr BTOT '


    I have .. ,... . acre In ....0".. VarltUei, I'r5
    Not' the
    i . This e best way to do' is to do as .
    " "*y BAKINO POWDER
    q '
    please,
    you
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    y' td r j I And your mind if you have one, will .. ..... ... ... .. ... .... ... .. .. .. ...... .. ... ....

    the next time you bake-give then be at ease;

    Mcpa i it.just one honest),;and fair.trial* I I't Of course of abuse you, will meet with all sorts Nama .. ... .. '..... .. .... .. .. ... ..,....._. ...,


    - I*' One test iix, your :own'-kitchen j .nyt, don't try to stop them, it will be I, Addr..s .. ......,.....,,,..,......,,.. .. ,....

    fi'"f I "will prove to.youjfat I there .Is a j I of no' use,

    1 _ *. I !Wg difference between t For people will talk.-Author
    Unknown. \
    '' 2'; tomes ..;and any,cither brad--'that 1

    it Tntjch as '1,.. .nito .. etU' .
    ,, andy yho1cso>m 'b
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    Seed for thevgarden
    ; field should
    of or
    any r'm" : I :" "l"f"
    s It has no : t
    \ :: eqUilUi"l..i; !:.:Ji', K. be disinfected before being planted in
    .i "1 --;. t
    ' ; 1"- 'i.jfxU" .
    k:464x ;; _'t:i" .A:.,, ....... "' ..}. ; \ order; to insure'' ((h,ft resulting crop
    r I' from j diseasei. Corrosive, sublimate;
    l _StIPI GREATEST BAKING POWOfJt " or bicholord.1'of! mercury; |I. reconu/

    y,'' - ,mended for'-this,purpose. ;< .
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    tf'UAA;: is M 1"I FLOUDAJ-. $ WCLY 4RtY1EW.oeidI., INDUTRIAL4. 0\1. .**. . : -:t<.tlUART.* OvER'sHow. PRECEDING& INCREASE'.YEARlf.rr.fiM" ',' ;"- :.. ." ., : .... - "iJI' ' ',.oJ ". ."': "

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    I Ilf TIlE COUNTY' COURT lit' AND' FOR 'JIO'rIvli2 TO CREDITOR gate V.rm'crop.return,to are tanners aaorinr-II1'be and wall*nrw- 'The American" legion Auxiliary I '

    OHCBOL.A COUNTY' FLORIDA. I. C..rt ., the C...' ,.._, in .hows an Increase over the member : :
    o.ea... excoss ofhut .
    .'
    .Indlltltrlal'denl.
    .. y.sr ship of '
    ATTACMMHNT' DAMAGES *BMe C .t7e State) .( Flerta,, opment and 2t'TOtitllng several-addi Occupation tfitenselNOTICE
    In steady 'employment.'con tional i
    I 'THE GULF FERTILIZER COMPANY. I. Estat of Wllhelm. '4 Schmidt. t *. tlnue.i Hold down taxation delegates to be seated-at uthi.
    e..d. an* elim national/convention .
    1 ; corporation organised and existing$ according to reports -
    a under and by virtu of the. Laws ofthe ro all and Creditor.all Person Lecate.! .' IW.lrlbut.es inate labor radicalism to"ulure'per., of the national treasurer. Aa a .. '
    state of F orl".. havingClaim* or mancnt Pl'08perity. -
    Demand against Bald Estate consequence of the Increase 462 delegates '- .
    Plalntltf.
    v.. .You. and each of you, ar hereby. notilled Oak Hill-Local branch of Cltru will attend the opening of the .
    Growers !
    CAPTAIN .WILtIAU 1.TNO. atao claim.' and required to prsBfc any Association lnataUinK $12," 1923 .conclave, held in San Francisco t

    known a.. CAPT' W', .LTNG. |(either,of and you.demands may have which you, or 000 pw-cooHno plant with capacity 01 in connection with that of the legion. )
    Defendant. tate f. against the .e- 4 cars per day. The
    Is hereby riven that the abovehulled Wllhelm 8chmldt. de.e..ed. lat. recent membership is include)
    votlce Dade
    of Klsslmmee City-New ice and .
    light in
    suit was on the 2nd flay ofUgU1t. Osoeola County Florida I power fifty-three departmental organiza ,
    to' tb. located;; e ."
    A. D. 192S Instituted' by" at* undersigned AdmlnUtpatHi ol _plant to be in this city. tions, embracing each of the forty- .. ..;

    tachmont; that summons ad rcsponden Sat* .at..te.h..r.of. within two. W, from the welcome-New packing-house/ near- eight states the District of Columbia

    dun was Issued. against" Captain William l)at.d in ft- completion, machinery to be installed .
    Itvng' also known 0.. Capt W. Sept. 11th. A. D. 1921. Alaska Hawaii Mexico and the Canal ..

    the defendant tn anld eau.... but f-9t 80PHI1d:SCHMIDT. soon. Zone. NOTICE is hereby given that all
    nYuim-d: by the Sheriff of Usceola __ ia: :. Plant City-New business block to Iowa leads in point of numbers, and
    C0untV. unnerved the defendant being be erected at Reynolds and Evers St. will be
    nut of the State of Florida: that said In Circuit Court for the. Seventeenth St. Cloud New represented by 25 delegates.
    Udl\ of Attachment ha. been levied by Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida. high school. build Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Illinois occupational licenses expire
    |<| Khcrlff on the following deficrlbJd . In and for the, County of Osceola. In inp. under construction. New York, Kansas Massachusetts, on
    IK-HI Estate belonging to said do- Chancery. Kllen Thoma., complainant. Fort Pierce-New Masonic temple Ohio Indiana and Nebraska follow
    ftmlant. situate lying and being In Os* v. VirgIl Thomas. respondent Dl. to be completed soon. '
    r....In count Florida. to-yrlt: vorce. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Tallahassee in relative order. Alaska leads all September 30th and must be renewed
    Contract
    The southwest quarter. ((8WU, Virgil Thomas. You are hereby com -- awarded for territorial'posseslionl and foreign
    of Section Seven (T). Township mended to .appear In the above entitled paving 9Vi miles of highway .Jn countries in membership.
    Twenty-six (18) south. Range suit at ,the Courthouse door. at KlMlm Brookville to Pasco county line cost promptly. Information will'be
    Twenty-nine (19)) east levied up. me.. Oaceola. County Florida on the 'th ing 287790.
    ,.n ns the property of Captain William day of November A. D. 1911. WITNESS
    Lyng the defendant .In the the Honorable C. O. Andrew., aa Judo Sarasota--Contract to be let for

    above ....u.... Of'the above Court and my name "a. erection of two public schools. ROBS CALOMEL OF filed against all delinquents after '
    Now therefor, you the said Cap- Clerk thereof and the seal of said Palmetto-New local high school
    also known. Court at (
    William tyng. Capt. Kleslmme O.ceola. County
    vy "ion*. defendant and all other peronslntrreated 1 Florida, ton this the Hth day of Sep for Manatee county completed.! .
    are hereby required to' temoer, A. D. IfzS. Tampa-New J126.000( Egypt Tern. NAUSEA AND DANGER : October 15th. .

    rierHonally be and appear to said action 1 J. U OVERSTREET. pie" to be erected in this city by Masonic .
    .t the. Court Iloua In the city of Kls- A* clerk of the above Court. order. ..
    eImnlee. Osceola County. Florida on i (SEAL)
    the nule Day In November." A. D. tIlL JOHNSTON A GARRETT. Cocoa-Work on new Hotel Brevardon Medicinal Virtues Retained and Improved .
    being Monday the Ith day of the Ai Counael for Complainant 4Z-6 Oleander Point to be completedsoon. Dangerous and .
    skid month: else Judgment will b* entered Sickening C. L. BANDY
    HKKlnst you by default and thIs In Circuit Court In and for Qualities Removed. Perfected Tab.
    the Seven Sarasota-New $30.000 "
    CIIUHCwill proceed] aa provided by law I teenth Judicial Circuit of the passenger let Called "CaloUb.
    end tht Rules of Practice of this Florida In and for Oaceola State of station to be erected.
    County. In
    U\VITNKS8 Chancery. Order of Publication. Ag.flee Lee.burfc--New machinery being The latest. triumph of modern science Tax Collector.
    :J. L. OVKRSTRBKT.rierk la
    Maude Mathews In her own rich. installed at house of a "de-nauseated" calomel table.. j
    packing Lees-
    of Iho County Court In and For Complainant known to the* drug trade .. "Calotaba. -
    va. Klsslmme
    Om-rola County Florida on this 4th pany et al. Respondents THE Land STATE Com burr Citrus Growers Association at Calomel the moat generally used of all
    of Auxust A. D. 1ISI cost of $8,000.Babion medicines thus enters wide
    da) OF KL/JIUOA TO: M. N. Dunn Amanda upon a
    Clerk J.County I* OVKRSTRKET Ceurt In and B. L>e Vol (otherwise known aa Mra. Park-Local Citrus Grow Held from of popularity those objectionable,-purified and refined MIL TON PLEDGER
    A. B. De qualities
    Kor Osceola CountC'OUoty FloridaKlLt.Y her Vol and Rowland O. De Vol. era Association installing grading and which have heretofore limited Its use ,

    ( Tour 8.1). Crawford husband; Assenett: It. O. Sophia Meek; Sarah Paulson Mary If packing machine in packing plant.MadlaonConstl'lctlon In biliousness, constipation headaches .
    SUTTONAttorll"Y. and Indlgreatlon and In County
    for Plaintiff If-lSt said respondents are living. and l&said of new $20,. ) of liver stomach and a greatv.rl..l Attorney.. .
    reapondenta or any of them are aeadth 000 American "T.ecrinn_ _. hullriiTm. .. In.. nnt.gress. troubles calomel kidney.
    --- - was the most
    'gn success.ful
    tn; founty Jud..'. Court In and fortmrrolH All"n. THE 8TATK OF FLORIDA TO:: r-- remedy but Its use was often near 42-3t

    ) County. Florida. In the matter I lands persons hereinafter claiming described an Interest under In.the..Idd..ce..d I Lake Worth-Work on new ENuevo l.ctedonaccount; of Its slckenlna; qual. -
    of the estate of :I. H. Tumblin. deieamd hotel Itles Now It I. the easiest and most .. .
    reapondenta. or olherwlae. In rushed
    building being to
    Notice of Application for Final pleasant of medicines to take. One .
    eludingall the heirs,
    pIsrhnrKo TO ALL. WHOM IT MY devlaeea. granteesand completion.Key Calotab at bedtime with a swallow ot .
    CilNCKHN. Notice Is hereby given that of said other named claimant of or under any West Construction of ne* water,-that'a all. No taate no (trlplnr. -
    reapondenta Also THE]
    UK. undersigned ... Administrator of i $49,500 no nausea no aalta A aroonlKht'a
    STATE OF FLORIDA high school
    TO All building complet
    : partiesotherwise sjeep mnd the
    tin* eclat of J B Tumblln d.ce's.d.HpIi . next morning you
    claiming Interval In ed.
    the aallanda. .101I are feelingfine. with clean liver
    ulll ) to Judge of the above a a
    Court f,,r Letters of Discharge from I YOU ARE HKKEBY NOTIFIEDthat Jacksonville-New First Christian purified system and a bin appetite. Kawhat
    ti,. niltnlnlstratlon of the above estate 1! a bill to quiet the title to the following church completed. you please. No danger.
    office, of the said Klss- ecrlbed property located In Calotaba are sold only In original.
    nt the Judge at
    1111''...'.. I'lurlda on the let day ef Novrrnlirr I i the City of Klaalmmue. Oiceola Count Apalachicola-71,620 barrels live sealed packages, price thirty-five cent City Tax Notice
    A. I>. IU. This the. 30th day of Florida 'tu-wlt: Beginning at the moaWosterlj oysters have been planted in stream' for the large, family package; ten
    AiMUKl, A. D 19SS Corner of Lot Four of flockFiftecit in this lIection.Ch..ttahoochee. cents for the. small trial .Iae. You
    of the South Florida RaIlroad .
    WILLIAM INGRAM druggist Is authorized to refund the.
    Company Survey to the Town of Klaslmnuf Contract let for .
    \.lmlnlstrator of the relate of J. price as a guarantee that you will b.
    I 14 1'unhlln. deceased City. Oyceola'" County. State ofFloridi. construction of new school building. thoroughly delighted with Calotabs
    according; to the official platethere. (Adv.)
    JOHNHTUN OARRKTT .,( filed and recorded among thpublic.recorda Tampa-Plans made for erection of
    \. "i'"unsil for said Administrator of Orange County, Flor. new canning plant In this city.

    : TO KKIHTOHH IIlt'OTIC'I' Church Id... run Street thence seventy-five Northeasterly feet to along the street Palmetto from Main- Widening to Central of completed. Myrtle- :I. ,T. KRIBBS W. J. STEEl The city tax books of Kissimmee, Florida, will

    jnont Northerly corner of said Lot Four
    .
    KRIBBS & STEEDAtlerecys -
    !I.. ourl ef the ...ty JaHne. ttmrrulm lot Mild Block Fifteen thence run .
    t.....t,.. State .1 Klorlrfa I I Mouth.ael.'rly along the dividing line Orlando-Work started on erection be in the hands of the City Clerk and Tax Collectoron
    li i, l.Mate nf John M \\Vlnstanlev ti. tHn IjOtn three* and Four of said of sad V.sas.Rrs ci Lw
    Methodist
    new 50.000 church.
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    l In ifii-il To all Creditors. Legati" e I II I IIHxtrtliutees I Block Fifteen Distance Ki.siee. F'ortd.
    a of .Ilfhty-
    I and all I'c-monii h'iIIIR -I I lKht feet. th,'nce run Southwesterly Tallahassee-Contract let for construction Oeaerail practice In sill 9t! .le .... and after Thursday, November 1, 1923, for the
    \ ClHlms or Itemnnds iiKaltist' of new University of Florida
    I imrallel to Church IHr..t a distance ot Jailed Slates C.url
    ,..ild ):.tHte: 1 e.cnt.flve feet to I>rury avenue: auditorium costing 71752. Collection of Taxes for 1923. Five Percent Dis- ':
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    mill inch of h..r..hy
    \ u >ou. are noti thence run Northwesterly along Irur;
    Crystal Construction of
    ,ml and required to present nov Avenue eight-elKht feet to the place Springs : PAT JOHNSTON O. P. GARRETT ,. .

    d.,,,, -, ,und deinnnda which you. or j of beginning Said land elnn .a par bridge over Hillftborough river on I count will be allowed for ..
    tihir of >ou. may have against the* of Lot Four of the said Block Fifteen Paso road completed.Jackscnville3,600 JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYSATLAW early payments, dating : .
    r.< ile nf John Wlnntanley.. d..o..I.I. nnd situated i In and part ofWe North carloads ofnincapples
    (. ..I ONI..ola County. Florida. to thu I half of Government Lot Four of Bee from Thursday November 1 to November ;
    shipped over Southern Friday
    K ,
    uk"i elgncd U"orgV r.rsona. "- I lion Twenty-two Township Twentyfive
    Offices 10 11 and 12 Osceola Bank
    .utor of said estate within two years South of Range Twenty-nine East Railway. : ,

    iron the date hereof of Tallahassee. Meridian wan filed on Milton-Construction of 12 miles of Bulldln<<. :30 1923. "
    liatid August IStli A. n t JUEORflB the 6th day of October A. I). 192*, In I .
    highway; east of Yellow river bridge
    W. PKRHON8. the above Court by Agnes Maude Math- KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
    H." Executor rws against you and other YOU AND completed.
    RACK OF YOU ARE: HEREBY COMMANDED Clearwater-New $20,000 garage
    In Circuit Court for the 17th Judicial, to appear' In said cause on building being erected on Drew street. I NO DISCOUNT AFTER NOVEMBER 30. 1923
    Irrull of the State of Florida In and the trd day of December A. D. Ittt Milton Pledger Ellis F. Davis
    lot Osceola, County (Special Road and Witness the Honorable C. O. An. Milton-Work on new power plant
    llrldxe District, No. 4, Oaceola County. drewa ... Judge of the above Court. and of Bagdad Land and Lumber Co. com PLEDGER & DAVISATTORNEYSATLAW
    Florida plaintiff vs. State .f Florida my name aa Clerk thereof and the seal pleted.
    I fendant Validation of Bonds. Notice of said. Court on thla the 6th day of
    TO TUB TAX PAYERS AND CITIZENS October A. D. lit*. Jacksonville-More than $47,700 -
    of Kpeclal Koad and Bridge District No. J. U OVER3TREET.As spent for telephone construction in State Bank Building J. R. GILBERT J
    4 Osceola County. Florida. said Special Clerk of above Court. last six months. .

    Road and Bridge District being Town- JOHNSTON OARRETT Fort Pierce-Work on north St. Lu. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .
    hlp Twenty-flv (25) South Rang.Twentyseven Ktaalmmee. Florida. I -
    (IT) East of Tallahassee Council for Complainant. ? .$-. cle river drainage project making excellent ,

    Meridian Oaceola County; Florida. You progress. City Tax Collector

    are any hereby you have required on the to 21th show day cause.of Sep.If NOTICE OK niftaoi.WriON OF Vero-Plans made for erection of DR. R. J. DENNING .

    tember. A. D.: 111. at the courthouse CO.rARrERulP: new Glendale club building in this DENTIST .
    at Klsilmmce. Osceola County. Florida. NOTICE IB HKRKnY GIVEN That
    why the bonds of Special Road. and the firm of Pledger A Davis a co-part city.Fort Mvers-Passenger station for Over the Postofftce.

    Bridge District No. 4. Osceola County. nership composed of Milton Pledger Atlantic Coast Line JFFICK HOURS: t to 11:10. 1:10 1. I .
    Florid*. In par value of 110.00000. and and Kills F. Davla. has this day been rising rapidly. ftoaideoe Phone ? i
    the proceedings upon which, the same dissolved by mutual conaent., Eustls-Plans being considered for 174- Oo-'t ; ':'
    are based. as shown by the Petition The aaaets and liabilities of said firm erection of new negro school. -Offic. Phone Ur ''.< OOoto..ooooooooo 0 oooooouoooouu.to..o.i .

    tIed. In the above cause In the Clerk's have been disposed of nccorUIn* to WinteV Garden Contract let for
    offlc of the above Court on the 6th dayof agreement between said parties. and iI I < "\\i'-'
    Heptember. A. D. Itll. should not betilldnted notice thereof In writing has. own iciven nlnmbing work in new Lake Apopka I' I II : "'iorwiiiiiCTiajrotiiiiMiJi I=WilfJD5u.. .' 1J ., I ..' ,. j
    and confirmed WITNESS to all partIes Interested.Mr. hotel '
    Vi'. Judge of the above Court and mv Pledger will continue to occupy State banks and trust companies of I P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNBYAT.L.AW : moFP han a mash-
    n.m. us Clerk of said Court and the the. old office of said firm in the Stnte i i'I jfs CHDWDER.j
    esl of said Court this the Ith day of Plank. Building, while Mr. Davis. will be Florida rank twenty-third as to ave 'I .
    .<401'.mbr.| A. l>. 1121.J I located In the old Nave offices In the rage resource per bank, although the OFFICES
    U OVERSTREET. Bank of Osceola County MulMlnarHated state ranks thirty-second as to population .
    A. Clerk of above Court. 1 nt Klsslmmee. FlorMrt on this Winter Park Florida
    (Circuit Court Real) 4th day of October A. T). 1\123. as compared with other states I I IOO..OOOotOOO.OOOC Never say mash when you .J

    JOHNSTON OARRETT. I MILTON PLEf)" R. In the Union. order chicken i Mash
    As Counsel for Special Koad and TlrldreI'lttrlct ".It __ELLIS F. DAVIS.BUIH1KT : Avon Park-Remarkable record feed. ,
    No. 4. Oaceola County. Florida made of than 100 Increase .
    .,.6( more per cent O O.O may mean anything. Say ,1
    FOIl "' -"24Ueaeral in bank deposits in one year. 4. 4. Purina Chicken Chowder-a .

    MIMItTHATIO! IC'U.llo.. One bank increased 105 per cent and 3. TURNER MARBL!!: & GRANITE
    K..*. N*. of !Mills 3. definite uniform
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    ( ...Ir. Htsfe *f KlarMa. Clerk and T' Collector1800, of the banks have passed the mil- 4 ration for growing chicks and : ','J':
    Mutate of Jane H A. 1IoIcD rmltt. r>.,c'd. Chief of l' ,' 0---------------- 1600,0( lion-dollar mark.Huckelberries y
    .. 3 MONUMENTS mature fowls. Nine labora-
    llr Jmmmt .1 C..rl. Night Polio .- 'SiSSS : "
    WJier.-as.. J. T. Prawdy his applied Mayor-Commissioner- - are being added as a 4
    t', III'. Court for Letters of Adminlatiatlnn Commissioner - 180.00 commercially valuable shipping crop M. J. Crowder Agent Kissimmee 4 tory-tested ingredients. :
    on the estate of Jane H. A. Mc-, .80.00
    City Attya. In several southern states. .
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    I'''rloill. deceased lute nf said County Cit)' Assessor _uuuu__ __ 400.0. HOOOot' Buy Chowder From
    0 HOOOOo.O
    of Oscrola, To City Mgr for use of auto 0.00 .
    These Are Therefore, To cite and .admonish Office, supplies and prlntliin- SSO.00 RED CROSS MANAGER 'I
    nil and singular the kindred Mule feed two teams-- 800.OC THANKS KISSIMMEE PEOPLE oo.oo oo.O *
    4 and creditors of said deceased to be Rod Incidentals .: IS9.00
    appear before this Court on or t..furs I - :I M. TILLER I. Florida Feed
    .the.. nth ila> of Oct.. A. L). mi. and file. $9799.00Strr.t Editor of The Gazette: Stores"
    lijeetluni. If any they' have to tho .... Mrslaage. 4.18 As of the Southern Division Real Estate Agency t
    manager
    t
    Braining nf Letters of Administration Salaries __ $ <
    ..... - -- --- of the American Red Cross I wishto "
    "it hi 1 > .'iate otherwise snme will New Equipment -_- ___-u 300.UtI ,
    -
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    I.c KTuntid. to said. J. T. Urawrty or to Thomas Bridge __nnunu 1200.00 express my appreciation of the cooperation > FIRE. LIFE AND ACCIDENT + 306 Broadway
    *"ni. inh< r nt person ,)r parxonsW Neptune Bridge and Fill- 6000.00 of your coThmunity' in the
    INSURANCE
    rr.VKHH .ludsr"f UfO.60
    the County my aforcsnl name a. County this Iho tthlm Drainage and Ditches- Japanese relief campaign.In .00 INDEMNITY BONDS 0- Us Your Needs j

    ". .of Nipt. A. D. 123. 114088.SOItarr' this great emergency. the Red .00. Telephone

    'ICP.\I. ) T. I.. CO nR.: !!.. J5 Cross, of course, was simply the organized OOOOOOOtOOt OOOOOOO
    4".::4t County JudlC". IwrI I'Salaries _$960.00 medium designated by the CALL UP NO. 218
    900.00
    < I': OK MAHTCM'S I'tt.LIo1. I Maintenance Disinfectant. -. ___. --.--__ 46000mo resident through which you could all KISSIMMEE PLUMBING ( TWO.ONE.EJGHT)

    :VOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN THAT work together. To the Church the .
    'Under and In pursuance of that certain I $ .oo Chamber of Commerce the American SHOP ,4
    fool decree of foreclosure of .ale made. Fir nept. .79 ,
    the Salvation the Civic
    sod rendered on the Sth day of Hepleniber Salaries .-.._____, 900.00 Legion, Army ..
    ___ __ __ ltO'.n Clubs and to co-operating organization -
    A. I). lift. In and by the Circuit Note __-- -- -- -- -- -- every
    'ourt In and for Osceoln County Interest .- 1190,81 is due the highest praise Nothing Too Big

    ."orlda In Chancery. In a certain case Maintenance -- 400.00 for the generous and unselfish spiritof ,
    "Pending therein wherein the. Hank of Nothing Too Small
    ire A Trust Company. a corporatin0

    ...A organized of the State and of.existing Florida. were under C'omPlnlnant the- salary _____________,__&________'.oo.ot Especial call for praise help. is due the newspa- .,.....'I
    All Work GuaranteedTo
    and B. F. Roe Defendant I. Upkeep and Improvements900.00 Without their wholehearted support PURINAW 'j
    C pers.
    r Magruder .. Special Master of
    $1500.00 in broadcasting the appeal and
    Mid Court by said decree appointed. ; Be Satisfactory
    liall offer for sale and sell to the hlgh- _..II..., .,.s keeping the need of help forcefullyand
    _____ __$480.00 'I>1
    cit and be.t bidder. for cash at public Chamber of Commerce -- continuously before the people CHICkEH'k.
    '
    outcry, before the Rut Door of the Band .-.- 1100Ch.pter : fundwould i.u
    Court Hou. In said Osceola County. House -.-- 'f1.00 the task of raising the biff relief 5 Broadway : Telephone 143

    l n the City of Klsslmmee. Florida. on Rent Rest Room___.-----n 'f1.00 have been Impossible.
    nrtav the 'th day of November A. School Lunch Room, Rent aod"!' The public should know that every
    D. 192. between the legal hours ofeal. Milk ___________r.------------ 110.00_ contributed to the ,Japanese relief -
    e, the property described In said de- penny CHOWOERJ.t
    cree. .sltuat. lying and being. In the ., I1S60.00' fund goes directly for actual relief -
    County of O.c.ola and State of Florida \Vmt.. ..* M..t. 2. of the earthquake victim The
    to-wlt and Current Furnlahed. |'l''.00
    Water
    : overhead of letters tele-
    N\\'H\ of the NBH of Section 1?. expense Red CITYMEATJPP SW ,
    TOwnship 10 South Rang II East.. "sV'fnterest Municipal Bonds |1 60.00 grama etc, was met. from Cross .-
    : less. To. .If Sinking Fund Municipal reserve funds. ,
    ntalnlng 49 acres mora or 'o3
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    *ther with the tenements hrdlta-. Bonds -Notes---_._ 1HO.OOLSI I am tare that it is gratifying to all C, _L -.
    IntereatOneral
    nts And thereto ben t.OO
    appurtenances of that the sooth has done .Its
    Fun General you
    Sinking .
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    ? lng or In any wise appertaining. rrw
    . 11'1 with the rest of the nation -
    sara to be Bold to satisfy said de.It Notes ?_?- --.- -- part along
    *"> .10 Interest Water .* Sewer to--relieve suffering caused by : } : ,
    .., .Is further' ord rd that ,this notice rnd.'ln-r-r: -------.-.--- 'nau.vw the greatest of all disasters. >\
    ?. Published bno.w.sk for threeWseoutlve .11 : ; Water as Fresh Me xt and :
    weeks I In The Klsslrarae Sewer Bonds _.____"-- ntn Very sincerely ytntn, _-4
    %aU.y aaatt'a:.aewanaper,published ... BoIId.. IUO.OO. ',303. C. LOGAN,
    ..lI OUOIpiseCounti. Florida. .. III'sfnklni'FTn.. uUha4iflntrrimt'SifSifmna'UfSn',1134.53 Manager. Southern. Division AmericanRedr VegetablesfPK5Se
    ," Co C. MAGR 1)IUR. ' CroasV I IIc

    Special Master, In Chancery.v \ ',, .. T11111 ,..-
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    of as-. Note _> .._-_.-- - ".. iJ > "
    tnel 0th day
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    .v : fire extinguisher in --4. -------- -
    *.* A 'n. "till.' 1,10 BlnklnsT FuBtreetan4:. S.me..man .4' '
    September. T e4 'i.t.t.- )
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    . ,. -' - , ..Jf.t- : -- is totter than >
    iOI'II'ICIAL'nAL\ ." -.$ Dr.ln" - : ''t the barn or in. the home ; . ,il ..; ., !
    B..noUGHTJIH.
    -..' UAQUIRB, VpOHHf.... I . .',-. .'J ,; ''y'... p. """ running; the risk; pf jdolBa;,;without, 1< ,
    I City" JIaDa..r. .
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    Runabout -. 350.00" Runabout
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    Ton Truck 370.00 .,. ._ Ton Truck 457.88

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    Four-Door Sedan 685.00 Four-Door Sedan -
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    GRAND MATRON VISITS respective. classes I \ to act as a memo has l been necessarily of slow progress FIRST WILL ADVERTISE -

    THE EASTERN STAR bershio and stimulating' committee for during the summer, in which the mat- I I FOTRALL'; TOMORROW FISH AND GAME ASS'N I COUNTY IN :NORTH
    the association. iter was broached, on account of the
    (Continued .from pair 1) Mrs. W. E. Sanderson, president of vacations of the various organizations | (C ntlnuo<1 Irorn fair On.) I (Continued from It .
    page
    dressed the lodge in that city. On Wed.nesday '
    , several Stars of Kissimmee attended the club, brought up the question of ( every club which has met with F.Wilson Lupfer and Squires, tackles; A. FORMED HERE TUESDAY have considerable other reliable data
    + and
    ,
    the club Campbell guards; which will be of importance in keep
    a school of instruction at Or memorial house and asked the legion committee has accorded the (I Tyneri
    +' their consideration of that matter. full endorsement The general {center;; Dandy quarter ing the present rapid; progress of Ot-
    c lando, and others went there for the plan lIallklns
    i i Harris or half Bullock, full. ceol
    ? meeting at.night. Again, enthusiastic support was given committee will probably be called to. 1 I Substitutes will probably; Ueelnn-J, Cecil R. Phillips, State Field county moving forward.
    The Orlando chapter .has asked the and it was voted to appoint a cooperating J Igether next week when more definite. I
    II. Brown, p. .Brown, Jirunson' liar. Agent Addressed Inter- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
    Kissimmee chapter to come to their committee. Mrs. Sanderson plans .will be laid. In the meantimethe ris or Ilankins, :M. Lupfrr. ,
    / city on Monday, October 15, and conduct appointed, Miss Norma; Griffin, chair. legion is trying to lay by funds Only seven of the bunch are players ested Audience (By Flora Day)
    ,- the work of the order. man, Mrs. F. W. Ames, and Miss for the incidental expenses' and the of I Last week I wrote about pine-nwd-
    one moro" experience. Sny
    year or: ------ I
    tt Helen Bass. memorial building itself. On October ler, Lupfer, Squires! Tyner, (;Graham Osceola IItah-1 1 le basketry, giving suggestions for
    I county joined in the
    Mrs. Celeste J. ,
    MORE CLUBS ENDORSEA 'I Thursday Fripp 19, the play, "The Port of Missing arid Bullock pluyed their first football wide 'leathering and curing the material!
    president of the Mothers Club, alsoappointed ," will the movement for conservation' of
    Men he repeated proceedsof This
    week T shall instructions for
    COMMUNITY\ 1I0USEC'olltlnu..d last year when Osceola) High resumed Floiidu's t fish and and reforestation 'I give
    a committee to co-operate which will go into the communityhouse game .removing, the sheaths.
    ( I I with the legionnaires toward the sport after several yearn' withoutit. Tuesday night, when an organizntion I'I
    I ( from page 1) !: a community fund. Three needles are united in one
    It
    mudia
    hut it
    was team
    a I green was perfected to affiliate
    meet at the earliest possible moment. I I house. The committee named !|bundle and these are enclosed at the
    I 1 It also decided to ask each teacher to ( was, Mrs. G. W. Best chairman, Mrs. If your business! is not worth ad splendid Knowing. llurri* got into I with the Florida Game and Fih Protective base i in a sheath from A half to tl
    I I vl'rti.'i1p'. it for .sale in The one game hut was kept out most of Association. The local ,
    appoint a committee of three from Eml Lupfer, and :Mrs. E. A. Owen.While advertise organization inch and a half !in length. tilt
    monK the parents of pupils in their I I the work of the committee Valley Gazette the season' hy itijuricH. J-H he is haul])' adopted! the name "Oceola'easiest to remove this Perhaps sheath (Ito
    .I in t-xpciicnccil (iluyer. All the other* (Ganif-; und! Fish Protective Association way
    rut the bundle about an eighth o1an
    lire new men. lint they artnil fitfhtii i
    J ......,..........................uun..a..uum..................." .................................,".....II,......."..w u..a utlIII II minium? >. 'Tlny are nil g'.Ing. ti> OrlHiidato ) ') inch from the end, which make Kpossible

    -111111 J 1111I1111I11111I1111I11 1111I1111I11111111111111111111111111I111111111I1111111111I( II 1I1111I111111I11I11111I1111111I111I11I1 In 11I111111I1111111- give thel 1.1 l t they have. The fansXpert assn-0 remaining to part slip the of needles the sheath from with the
    their Ix-st, ami the rent of the I talk liy (Veil R. Phillips, field. agent I II U-nse.
    However this leaves the end o''Iho
    = school) will )10< viiti lii'dvith nothing {!I of the !state organization who in ni'
    = I.-,,s 1 than their. best"' lad' r it does not .stick quite so easily when
    it.
    1e give I 1"1
    = some time in this city when aI being .
    wound
    Three of the men who alt 1 showing |I 1111". IN- was introduced by Congress- up.Another
    -- up the best! will l I.e uniilile! to participate inuii \V. .1.] Sears, who with a number ] method of removing the
    needles from
    the sheaths is *
    to
    expo
    because" of 'Iillilility rules.' of other
    men remembered
    present th"
    -=- .1. hnnip Winos. John SanilerKon! and') speaker' us "one of the kids" who usedto the hot broken-cff<< tops or branches to the
    Dick :Makirmon: are barred by the'rulings sluiot rabbits and in this sun for two or three days. TM
    coons neck
    I J nf the high .s ; tion. The rules of this' association the may he pulled out easily, leaving the
    arei of
    / "+ The Bank With THE FLAT TIRE i being, honorably, lived\ up to \ i dwelt purposes upon the the various organization reasons, and for When.shenths attached to the branches.
    this
    lessor hy1'0'1 method Is followed, spread
    1 Shaver and\ Couch (! the fast. diminishing game of Florida.
    the
    = the the team is weakened, l hut the He needles out on a scaffold or other
    == == I called attention to the hill which
    is good. Wines came to .." KPirit.1 surface to cure. More care i I" necel-
    r WUH passed by the senate of the last
    Ability ---------- !I late in theyear last term und his legislature, creating a uniform game sarv If the by this needles method.are allowed to dry
    -- lea did not meet the requirements, I law
    throughout the
    state, but which
    with the sheath should M
    == and = while M.-Uinaon comes from another !bill died( in the house on account of on, they
    I soaked in water for a short tlme'then :
    ii = V THE man who goes without a bank ac- == Hchool. pressure of business. He emphasizedthe I they may be easily pulled off
    t A week from
    = tomorrow the team fact that local
    = Willingness = to Lake a county organization with the thumb and forefinger.TO .
    goes City.P.
    == controlled its own affairs, but
    count is like the man who takes a trip on --- -- would with "
    co-operate the
    to Serve R. ,PKIVETTOALLOWAV'S nUYS parent association PRESERVE PEARS, use 1
    lA in popular educational measures pound of *'
    STOREP. pears, M pound of auff <
    ti a flat tire. He ruins his tire and doesn't designed to create support forneeded and 1 cup of water. A few whole

    R. Privett, formerly grocery-- legislation.The cloves and 2 thin slices of lemon or
    -- DEPOSITS INSURED man of Live Oak, this week purchasedthe i Osceoln Game and Fish Protec tablespoons of grated pineapple mat
    far. ==
    A go Corner Grocery from T. H. Gallo- 1 tive Association elected the following be added where desired. If the clo.*
    : s-::: way. Mr. Privett has conducted a officers. : President, J. Earl Lupfer; ore used, stick them in the fruit: B
    grocery store in Live Oak for seven vice-president, Fred B. Kenny, of lemon is used, drop the slices in who
    years and brings very high recommendations Saint 'loud; secretary, James M. the first begins to boil if pin.
    syrup ;
    = Plenty of air in a good tire and plenty of)1i Johnston.
    I t-\T(6)( from business men and ; treasurer, Sam L. Lupfer, apple is used, add to the preserrt
    .i associates in that city. Jr. An executive committee waschosen five minutes before it reaches the finishing
    = money in a good bank will last you long and lie was attracted to Kissimmee, he- consisting of Colvin Parker, point. '
    ( says, by its good water. Passing, of Saint Cloud, chairman; Ellis F. Pears may be preserved whole.in .-*'
    r,1 take far. through the city he tasted it, and Davis, J. Holmes Prather, W. J. sections. Large pears are uuaW
    !M = you -= drank a lot of it. Then he came hack Steed, and Judge T, L. Comer cut Into sections.( If Keifer pearl .n
    l == and bought the store and rented the Sam Lupfer, Jr., was named as del used they should be boiled gently is
    Fox property on Beaumont street, to egate to the state convention on Oc- clear water for 80 minutes before being
    : --- become a business man und citizen of tober 9 at Jacksonville, with Judge dropped into a syrup mad' 'u'
    Kissimmee. Comer agreeing to gro' along and boili water and sugar together.Cook .
    chaperone him. Earl Lupfer, who 1a i is until the fruit is clear aw
    ,AUTREY ANNOUNCES DROP member of the board of governorsof transparent. Pack in sterilized J Jafl!

    I.! il Bank I Id'i IN THE PRICE OF FORDSM. to attend the state by virtue organization of his, is official expected dui and seal immediately. y;

    of ;Osceola County C. Autrey announces another ties in the parent organisation. Florida is fundamentally an aid
    ; ;: t cut in the price'of Fords, in an adver Dues for the Osceola associationwere I cultural state. itpEery'
    tisement elsewhere in this isiue. The set at one dollar year, twenty.
    Jr1 prices quoted, be nays, are the lowest Ave cents of which goes to the Florida farmer should produce. -
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