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 12, 1923
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01137
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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OSCEOLA LOSES TO LIBRARY TO START COMMITTEE TENNIS KISSIMMEE. WILL START. '.PAVING. FIVE. DEMOLAY, INSTALLED CHAPTER MONDAY: 'I FIELD,- AGENT .lA'. DSt; '



FAST 'ORLANDO TEAR Miss To.,Jo Get Makinson Tennis'-Courts Named-' Chairmai Between MILES OF CITY STREETS' THIS' ,WINTER Nineteen Ktaslmraee ,BoY. initiated :I LOCAUjED! CROSS.' .: .

Into Orlando ,
Popular Order With ,, ,.

Snyder Stars In First Game Chapter House And City HallA Neptune Road Will Be Repaired Immediately and>av- .Chapter Putting On The Work Local Women !Bave', Pone. 'a f 'i

Of Season Against Strong long felt want in Kissimmee 'ha.. ed As Part of Program Launched Tuesday By City Osceola Chapi;;. Order of DeMo Good Work: In 'Chapter! -J.
movement for
a its
Memorial High BattlersWith started Wednesday when accomplishment the Hart Commission Which Will Include Vine And Mabbettc lay Monday, was night Instituted with nineteen in Kissimme men. And Want Health:Jiurse. j.

Memorial library committee met .t ---,I.- bers. The boys who went into the 4!
five Osceola High School 'the home of Mrs. S. B. Aultman, andlapPointed Within two months, according to I Stewart Avenue, from Mabbette to order at its beginning were: 'Uly The executive committee o* ti. lo-' lilt t... ,
football players being initiated Into Miss Jo Makinson chair the) tentative plans of the city commission : Broadway, and from the paving at Chapman, Harold Wilson, Alfred Wil eal chapter of the American their first football game, and the man a committee to secure a tennis actual work will begin on a Bryan to the railroad spur. son, Irwin Driggers. Fred Lupfei, Croat held two meeting this week .;.h"
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other six playing their second see- [ court. It was the idea of the la_ street paving program which will Lake Stret, from Main to Brack. Milton 'Graham, Park Doughtei, with Mist Marlon Crawford, 'field .
Hon, the hard working local boy dies present that some space mightbe add five miles of paved 'city streets Clyde Harris, Rudolph Walker, Clayton agent from' the southern division -i .
went down in a 62 to 0) defeat before utilized for this purpose between to Kissimmee's residential district Possell Avenue, from Church:: to Yates, Raymond Tyner, Elmer headquarters at Atlanta. MIss Crawford -! ..

a team which la destined to be ion the Chapter House and the present and the connecting highways. Surveys Thurman. : Schweikart, Paul Nave, Hulin Snyder waa tn KiMimne In ,the inter-."' .
the final reckoning when the stat city half. Memberships or playini' preliminary to this work:, Dakin Avenue, from Church to Arthur Bullock Willie Joiner, eat of the annual Red Croat roll call'which : .

scores are counted for the 1923 sea- fees would be charged to help' finance. started Wednesday nforningt' under Thnrinqp. Hamilton Brown, Harold Woodall, begins Armistice Day. Prtvllminary .
son. For Orlando Memorial Hig the library, while at the same time City Manager Doughten. Estimates Thurman Street, from Posseil to and Emerson Squires. to planning ,for the local .." ,.

has a team, which In the opinion of this popular sport would have recog have been prepared and were thoroughly Dakin. Dinner was served at si* o'clock roll call a summary of ? the 'ye\I" ... .;.;. .
the. writer will be mighty hard for nitlon. All the tennis courts upon studied by the city commissioners Sproule Avenue, from Church to about thirty visiting' boys of the John work wag given by the chairmffi:of,' ,,t" ,
anyFlorida high school to beat thi which Kissimmee wielders of the : at a special meeting Tuesday Pieaaant. M. Cheney Chapter of Orlando wh, the different departments '*"t*.*,'i'?; : WI ,

year. "Buck" Weaver, a Michigan: racquet have been able to enjoy them night. The streets to.be paved were Street with Dr. R. P. Buckmaster, district J. M. Willson, chairman' of th.H<* .,1
from Stew-
jer formerly, the two Tinker broth i aelves are at considerable distance, decided upon, which in the opinion of Bryan Clyde to .deputy, were In charge of the care- chapter presided. Howard M> Kpits.
and WetUtein, constitute i a and much favorable comment haa the commissioners would be the most art.Verona monies of the evening. After the Initiation treasurer, reported a balance of 9iio.9
; backfield which, with the help of the been heard since the plans of the ladies beneficial to the city as a whole. A Street, from Clyde to Stew the following officers wet $ In the treasury.' In addition

husky Smith and his line associate, were announced.T bond election will be called as Boon art. ,elected: Milton Graham, Muter to the money spent on local activities'
and Mole and Rogue on the outposts. '* meeting WM presided over by as the definite figures are workedout Hughey Street, from Clyde to Counsellor; Uly Chapman, Senio the local chapter excelled Ita quota f <.
will tear through almost any high I Miss Elizabeth Donegan, president of 'as a result of the survey, and Vernon. Counsellqr; Raymond Tyner, Junior in the Japanese relief call for fond, '*.
school line. the library committee. Mrs. A. W the legal technicalities adjusted. The Vernon Avenue, from Hughey to Counsellor; Fred Lupfer, Treasure! Mrs. W. B. MaklJUlori.;d1aIrman of,
For KluimmSnyder was th I Winn is the secretary. work will be done under provisions Mabbette. and Park Doughten, Scribe. the health department, reported outstanding performer, and he wa I The library will be opened next of a law passed by the recent legislature Clyde Avenue, from Emmett to Installation of officers followed the the home hygiene and health courses
easily the best end in Saturday! Monday and Mrs. M. E. Sanborn will which allows cities to issue Mabbette. put on by the chapter last June. MIss
gamo. He was in every play, stopping again be in charge.' The ladies expressed bonds for seventy percent; of the re- These streets will provide for several election and the chapter was then ir- Katherine Farwell, Red Cross nurse

an end run on his own come much appreciation over the quired amount which amount takes entries from the Dixie Highway, stituted. All of the boys professed conducted- several classes ill the high -

and in the next play doing the sanv donation recently made by the city the form of line on properties ad- south, into the city, and will relieve to be much impressed with the orde school building and graduated about V
ut the other''en. It is doubtful If: toward the running expenses of the Joining the paving. A bond election the bad corners at Emmett and and it is the hope of the Masoni forty women and girls in the coa.....
player of the day did not find memorial library. The library and must be called to authorize the thirty Clyde, and Emmett and Broadway. Mrs. Makinson cited latereatln-cas-
him any in the pile when the unscramb the rest loom will be open every day percent to come from public funds. Coming from the north, they will body which fostering. it that it wil es of where theM'women had found

Imp rame. Squires put up a (
exhibition in the line, playing alter for meetings' since June. there is no doubt the bond issue will the city via Church and Mabbette, when illness had come iq their homes;

the manner of his last. year's initial carry and the work soon be started. I relieving Broadway. Shingle Creek She said these "women.,with the'new, <
<'rTortn. before he was put ih the The proposed routes of' the paved will have paved road all the way. VOTERS STRONG FOR understanding of public health >prob- *
bink .field. In the defensive work, as GRAND JURY MAKESRECOMMENDATIONS streets is as follows: The intersecting streets in the busi. ems which had come through 4Jtese'coursell ,

duck he let the Memorialites know Neptune Road, that part of the ness section will all be paved. were anxious that a public
11'u'' on the job. Bullock, playinf Ocean-To-Gulf Highway between Vine street will be paved, according SCHOOL COMBINATIOtWay health nurse be .secured f01;' KUsim* J ,'

ut full this year, occasionally showed Cape Breeze and the city limits, to the present plans, with nine mee. r
UK peed on running!: down punt! paving the only unpaved portion of foot streetc, Bermuda with fourteen Mrs. Howard Ande-so-Dz: chairman
'di'tinguished' him last year the highway from Melbourne to Tam- foot, and the others except Neptune I Fast Being Cleared I of the volunteer service department,

I lln':, ilv looking like a mascot besidi < Comnliments Court House pa lying in Osceola county. Road, with eighteen. It is plannedto For Bond Issue For New told of the co-operation Kissimmee
i ''H, padded yellow\ and white Vine Street, from Brack to Main, pave Neptune Road 1(5( feet wideto women and girls!: had given:' her in
," ,.'I'' .idem t It\.y, made a couple of goo' But! Not Satisfied At and from Main to the city limits on the bridge and !II) feet from thereto High School BuildingS retting out the work' of Ute prpdue.

f'lii'',' iiml( will (lCCl.I) into n harduIrInr" The County Home the Shingle ("ii'ok, road. the connection with the county I Lion department. Thirty live'commit-' -
tn stop. Kri-d Lupfi'i Church Strot't. f'omIuin: to the road. I Lee women had been enrohle4 o, ss.:
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-- -- Districts Numbers Five am
it I' of MabbetU- at Stewart The commissioners, have not set sist. and these thirty women had
< ) his hand nnd played lH.ginnng)
< n jol on Cii.iit' I Court! .....I1"f.n..11lnndllY: this the absolute amount of I Six are enthusiastic over cnnibmini: made and delivered to the tubercular
at : as paying -
till the finish. Tyner, uvcnue.Mabbette
tMiuigh) I ircirTim-r with t .Tmigp!! C O with ligtrict Number Four to create' patients in thevarious government If''
from Stewurtivfnue he done, mid 1
U owners
nhowed well for the future, Street property( j.
c-nt.T. up its inexpei presiding. Stat< Attorney Anrlrt'w"l to Bermuda. I wanting other trprt, !' paved. should me large district which will enablii hospitals, who, must ._l ep" ". ''ii-n the team gets over Mnguin-. Clerk of the Court Bermuda Avifrom !Mabbettc to I petition the commJ .l I 'I' I ([>\erf t reel and Sheriff I.. I{. Vine. I large to erect a new high school iweaters and twenty pair pf/pajam. Z

I 1'1",- ,guard position wore the iti attendance. 'I I he '-heriff made return II I I ____ Duilding; and a new primary building as. They were Just getting -startedn .'
'. main w'uknhoth! being(: .. This. fact demonstrated this week 't
mi'-" on the regular jury venire. ufti -- - - - --- -- - -- was > knitted sleeping caps for the same- 11
Kiyi-d by men petting their"'ftrat j which Tie Hans and A. E. Thomas when the "petitions were cir'culatciisUiifj purpose. i I' ; .., 'I
!i.i'11 of football. Manikin', Wilson ''I, were excuHcvI. The customary drawing COMMUNITY HOUSE WORKING ON TUE that an election\ be called for Mrs. Paul Stanley, chairman ofthevs) ""J:

,nl.) ( 'ampl.ell were playing: their ) of eighteen: names selected ajiand his purpose. II. N. Bratton circuatcd I work for disabled ex-eerviceVmen, ,:<1I
fIr" r.rahnm will fret into his old [ jurors: J. II. Woodheck, the petition in Center Park I was not present owing to'hey duties '
time' form when the line gets son Simmons Arthur In..k-I MOVENEXT WEEK DRAINAGEDISTRICT district number five, and Boggy Creek ''In. Orlando, but a report given for1* l "
trenjrthened and now, since a tack- I I H. Harvey H. (". Stanford : section, district number six, and ler showed h..hat'f considerable. *assist If\: ;)' I
hnll'I dummy has been installed on'' Aultman, Jim Peterson W. R. Godwin found; but two qualified, electors ir nce had been Tendered to these1 men' '
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the practice grounds, the whole team I H. W. Anderson, Charles A. To Legion Committee Chairman -I district six opposed to the union ol in Kissimmee. getting' action,.pntbeIr"" ",,,...,..,,..,,
.may In expected to put up a stronger I I r.arrett( B. O'Bannon. R. J. Johns,, American Legion Repeal he: three districta. Not one in the ases, and, ssisting..theau |n rotha. . .
defense. I I lohn McPhatter, W. H. Millson, Lee Its Successful Drama To Reports Progress To- (enter Park district was unfavorable capacltiea; .. Lelt' P ,./:

: The big score does not indicate the Rogers, H. A. Coble, B. Dickerson, Goal Ir\ both Boggy Creek and Center ,t\ll the lY\emben" the -executive *. .(,'<"A
ward '
trend of the' season. Inexperience I md M. E. Croxton. Raise The First FundsNext Important Park a large number of people were x>ratnUtew re.enthusiastla Aver the .,

nnd powerful individual opposition 'I H. Clay Stanford was chosen as anxious to sign the petition who were plans for the comings-year1 *Unsni-. '. (

II combined to make that score. Kis- I foreman and B. O'Bannon as clerk. week will see several definite< Some time ago the MakinSon-Car-,lot property owners, or paying taxes miry of opinion was expressed that .t; .

simmee has no reason to find fault 2.l: L. Brongon was sworn as bailiff steps in the drive for a Memoria son Post of the American Legion announced >n: :personal property, and therefore tbe health phu.s'.of the localdiaper's .,f 1
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. with her representatives, and by the for the grand jury and that body Community House. The general com that. its members had pledged loHjjualified to sign the petition. work should be emphasised and 'i.....' ,
.. time a home game is played the went into session until Wednesday: mittee appointed by presidents of: themselves to "put over" a -drainage More than the required number of tot effort. mad, toward enlarging, J.. '
fans may expect to see a winning j when it made its presentment Several various organizations to co-operat district .Little! has been heard qualified electors in both these Hs- the; work along.these lines' .Consider ,...
turn In action. true bills'were" returned and, of with and advise the Legion community from the committee in charge of that nets were easily secured to sign the tble discussion'had been-llad during, .:c "1 1the

the kicking these, the following: have been ar-i house committee will be called together program. Yesterday at the regular >etitions and those two petitions were past few months regarding- '
Bullock started game : the Chamber of CommerceW. of the early part of of health .. '
W. guilty some night next week if pos meeting of sasily disposed mployment apublic nurse
line M.'Tucker-pleaded
,, raigned:
to Wettstein on the five yard Steed chairman of the Legion he week., The petition in district the various
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co-operative planof
who returned the ball twenty thenmade. : to forgery and to four charges sible. Most of: the committeemen appointed a r
buck. Weaver' returned in true bills in the April are very busy people, engaged drainage district committee, made a lumber four is now being: circulated local organizations ,and an Independr.
line
I. 8 yards on a and lession of 1915. all for obtaining in various kinds of public and per report which showed why no very md it is expected that enough signTS ent movement both f; having.' been.r.
,r wrnt around right end for ten ArthurVlaultby sonal enterprises, and it has been impossible evident action has been seen. .. will be secujpd this week to authorize aunched with the end irt view of get-*} ,
false
.1. Tinker hit the line for seven more. nnney under pretenses; sketih immediate calling of the elec- such The ccmtiilttee.: ,.,'::;
L Tinker alias Arthur Mausby, plead. to set a date when a fair I Mr. Steed exhibited a map ing:: a nurse. ,
"r cltntein., Weaver and J. lof the proposed drainage district was desirous of continuing: their d-' ,',
did be present. {
the line and 'fl l guilty to grand larceny, as representation can ion.The I
with 1 big gains through ( of the of this proposed elec- nraeand. -
with I of Commerce prepared by Joe Butler, one" purpose forts to finance such a > :iAt
carried the ball to a kVm. Tyner, the negro arrested The Kissimmee Chamber .
short end
runs Legion engineers. This map shows ion for the consolidation of these tentative arrangements were made to<. f
>f of the home of its committee to thosialready
him for the burglary added
theTowpunchers
yard of Kisvimmee's line, when the district it in i proposed to drain. districts is to provide sufficient tax nake that the goal of the chapter ior
I Atchison at Carolina. Sen.,.I when it named at t
held them Rt"B. appointed "
momentarily "This district has not been definitely evy to take care of school bonds to text vear. Health 'Work will be en-,. ;
.n lii'fure Wettstein bucked the line for ence will probably be passed tomor-' its meeting yesterday a committee of accepted as the area which will roct the new high school and primary arged upon, however, whatever > . J,. .
failed 1 Alva Gardner who i is now in' three viz, A. S. Nelson S. L. '
! the. fiist touchdown. J. Tinker row. men. Even with these
"but it funds
. be drained said Mr. Steed, department. ihase will permit. H'{
>I" score on a .place kick. Score 6 toO. iall. indicted for grand larceny, will Lupfer, and II. C. Stanford. Almostall I is the tentative plan. It will open upa three districts consolidated there is A "loan closet! ," from which 'sup--' .* ).I\
" Smith of Orlando kicked to Graham le arraigned tomorrow. the civic and commercial organization available underhe ,be suppliedirjn
It rich farming section. It comprises lot enough revenue dies and clothing might : |
,. on Kissimmee'si! 15 yard line,, The grand jury .complimented the in the city have now made committees I approximately 12,380 acre and in- five mill levy limit to construct emergency eases 'and ethers tn .' J;/'.

h Uril he returned it ten, following witha >fficial in charge of the court houseiill for this purpose. I elude,> the city of Kissimmee. Wheth sll buildings!: necessary. The school teed was decided upon. TMU,* would 5M'.;.li...
.' nine yard end run. Bullock was commended 1 him for the present i While the volume of details necessary -, er the cjty will lie included in the actual hoar ,t thrown. for a four yard Ions and Mole .ondition of the grounds and huildnif. -, to be considered is being weighed district remains to be decided. nost urgent needs and will be able harities organization and would ,.b4, > ':>

"topped Graham with I a one yard They recommended more lightsn ; the Mukinson-Carson Post of the "Before the petitions can be circulated to take care of next year's needs and available whenever the need w.s'ap.\ *; Iparent.
Item. Graham kicked forty yards to the county jail and suggested that asking the county commissioners a normal increase for a few years Everybody wanted '. '.life .t**;" -
.1 with
, R. Tinker who ran through!: the Cowpunchers the bath tubs be made more sanitary, American Legion is going ahead to authorize a preliminary with the amount to be raised when aving course. Last; year a. numbef'\ jf"t ,
I seventy yards to a touchdown hat n pile of wood, from the trees its plans to start a fund. has As been previously survey, and call an election to createa thl' bond Issue is authorized. Boy Scouts and other high school, .c:}
I there
and his brother scored the extra rimmed during the cleanup process' I announced special drainage (district we must Howard M. Katz president of the boys signified their desire that.'Ids- $"'J '
,I. point. Score 13 to 0. be removed from the hack of the widespread demand for a repetitionof "The have an authentic list of the property school hoard, said at yesterday's immee be included in tbe Red Croenatructor's ", ;>, ','
Smith kicked to Snyder who returned -''court house and that it was both the famous four act" drama, owners in this area. With the assistance icetins; of the Chamber of Commerce itinerary on the occasionri.f \ JI iii.1
f 15 yards. Bandy was thrown .tijrhtly!: and dangerous. They un-I Port of Missing Men, and this play at of James M. Johnston abstractor hat tho petition in district number Miss Crawford's talk to .the bight?r 1. ;':;.t

for a two yard loss Bullock madethree nended sepairiny a pillar on will he offered next Friday night to we are working on this list, our is rapidly being signed, and the chool pupils. It was decided 'to ..kj ." ''ffor
I.d off tackle, and Graham a yardrn north entrance and wanted concrete I the Casino theatre, the proceeds house .end the) next slept will be takjn at (all for election may be expected very this service from the: national .. t'iir
outside of the court he devoted to the community Carson Farmer anointed "". rsTom :. ..'
President .
the this winter.
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r right( end Bullock kicked :35 f rimming on the earliest possible moment. oon. anization ...
,. yards to J. Tinker and tackled him IOIISP cleaned and painted. They fund. I "The local post of the American a chamber committee to circulate The roll call committee for the.Jo-
fixe' yards from his start. Wettstein< tated they found the books of all The cast will be the same as it was 'Legion has undertaken to carry out the petition consisting of Sam cal chapter was appointed by the .631...."' . :0 .
made lint down on line bucks and the county officials in good condition last April when Miss Dot Makinson the work necessary to get this drainage L., Lupfer. Jr., chairman, II. C. Stan- cutive committee to secure the n'r
1 Squires threw joe Tinker for n one ecommended a steel filing cabinet gripped her audience by her acting district because it is behind everything srd and Lawrence Tiess. > nual membership in the Amrlc>n-" '...eRed
''I vnivr loss. H. Brown was substituted for the sheriff's records, and a new sf the lead, "Floatsam," in the Light which is for the good of the --------- Cross and to endeavor to nntnrV1.'\":. "
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1 for Wilson. Weaver went throutrh the : leak for the tax collector.The house Country on the Coast of community. It believes that no more Goon nFJ.FfTJOWILL: the nublic health nur e.. 4Thero&Uf"call
did not fare so Maine. The other lead will again be of work confronts us, ATTEND BANANA MEETING this year will be confined''o1 .
line for ft yards, and on the next play county home important piece __ n'
Snyder threw him for an eight yard veil at the hands of the grand jury. played by Allison T. French, who 'and every member of the local Legion and hour Sunday, November 11.A'"t.tl 4z ,
double Ben Cook, the masculine A large number of growers hour teams 'under*'
will! as his this ;
forward objected to the sanitary post has pledged himself to do Day.) During!:
loss attempted pass. The jurors .
1 on i interested inthe
an
JO(- Tinker 2fi yards, Kissim 'on9itions, the food and the tables. comedy role, as before. Mrs. H. share when called upon. The legion- ther people who are istrict captains, will'-call' upon 'Sll.. ;.... y
punted bananasill ,
of
r. recoveredfor recommended that the board of Nelson Makinson will again portray naires can not do this work alone. It commercial raising the homes in the city and offer eve y.;iv
II mee fumbled, and Po-gne They of Mrs. Elmer, the "society attend the state banana confab to become 'mem-:' '
Weaver : county' commissioners remedy these the; part : will take the co-operation of every one an opportunity .'
Snvderplll'd
Ir Orlando. The jury thanked all the I woman with a heart and soul.! Sidney -! citizen of this city and the surrounding next Thursday in Bartow. Countygent bers and to assist in theilnancingor ''t; '
forward onditions.
1 for no gain and a pan for the assistancehey M. RiChard will repeat his excellent -, territory. Every property owner. J. R. Gunn Is anxious to have the much needed public health .nurse.> 1\ .
officials
Weaver to J. Tinker failed. Weaver ountv and will .
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ot of who can, appreciate -
character interpretation affected the everybod o The executive committee appointed
their official acts. in the section directly by
If sfnd Wettstein made first down had been to will but ',\
: Joey Clark, the fisherman on the I proposed drainage district muet be having l any who go!: thp following committee chairmen: ;
.n through the line Squires stopped Civil cases finished up through last losing end of the "game of three." 'convinced of the desirability, and the who have no transportation letting loll Call Chairman; Allison T.Freneh t 'ifr'Committee
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i!' Tinker with no gain, and Weaver I light were: Borden W'lson' iepreenfed f. Nathan Bryan and Hunter Dillard necessity for creating this district.If him know right away in order that away on Volunteer Personnel"* !ft. ,
.1 went through right guard ten yards by Johnston! anti Garrett, lost will essay the same roles of waiter I II will co-operate with us, may be provided. Irs. Howard Anderson: Committee 'Io.:;"
one
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every
,. to a touchdown. Joe Tinker con his case against the Kcnansville' and officer. Mr. and Mrs. Triplettwill ''it ran he done." Among those who are interested in I'n Advertising Mrs' Ethel Starbird: ):,,-'
verted. Score 20 to 0. I Naval Stores Company, represented thrill the audience again with I President Farmer elaborated upon banana culture who have expressed ommittee on Publicity, A. T. French:1r .-
Second Quarter bv Kribbs and Steed and Alexander heir; acting the roles of Captain the necessity of the drainage district, the intention to attend this meetinsrre Committees' on Packing and DellvtrjTfj i'l.
Bandv received Smiths kick on his ikerman. The attorneys for the Amos Barton, and Cousin Simonson, I and expressed his pleasure that the W. A. lull W. H. Wilson, S. B. of Supplies.' Mrs. John Pughf (.om-. "';" '
?0 vard line and carried it hack 12. ''laintlff gave notice of a motion for he former. one of the best character I, work was under way. "That city in ultman, W. E. Smith, R. W. Mikle- littee on Speakers and Meetings, f'" 1t

Graham recovered a fumble and a new trial.G. !. studies on the boards today, and the Florida will the best progress," said jon, G. Y. Hast, A. T. French and Illin: F. Davis;; Committee on Church-.
made ten yards around end, then lost I L. Flemming, represented by atter the laugh-compelling!: old maid Mr. Farmer, "which adopts the methods thcrs. It is expected that severalutornobile es, Dr. W. C. Norton; Committee .- ,. 1)1/
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one on a bad pass from center. Wott I Johnston and Garrett won the verdict who has the tables turned upon her. by which it can' best develop it'*" parties from Kissimmee Auditing, Howard M. Katz..1 ,. _
stein a Kissimmee forward the wealth of will attend. 'j ;
intercepted Wholesale Mr. Triplett\ is directing play back: country. Kissimmee's *
Kissimmee
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pas and ran thirty yards to against the md the 'same finished performance the future undoubtedly lies in its ASEY: JONES. NEW :.., ,Ic
the fourth touchdown. Tinker failed Grocery Company, represented by P. nay be expected as before: with the soils. There is no more important Mr and Mrs Lee FrashicrVreturn-! ; MANAGER OF ICE:1 PLANT **' T ,Iii.

to score from placement. Score 26 Hckerson. and a verdict of $4000 and added gain which comes through cxrience. : measure before us for establishing apermanent ed( from Bristow, Iowa, where they Wed'O' ; '
to 0. ., ttstsl: D. M. Boyte, with L. W. JJel- He has brought his special l prosperity than ,that of spent the summer, last Sunday aftr- A...M. (Casey) Jones Jast.ay .

Smith kicked ,to Lupfer on his 80 Field as counsel, was icenery to Kissimmee, and a better putting.,: our lands in shape to till." noon. They were accompanied ,bYI assumed, the management ofassimmee'Ice'Company. the.... '' ,
i yard line' and the Kissimmee tackle son and R: S. production may be expected than be- Mr. and Mrs. William Wells 'and (Plans _re, '.''SIJi
advanced five yards. Bandy found a given the verdict against the whole- 'ore. It is the intention of the Post Roy Wells has sold three lots in aod Mrs. Archie Wells)) of Haxelton, on foot for'remodelingthe plan.i <..< ." '"

hole in the, line and made a pretty .ale grocery company, and awardedamages to take this play? to several of theieighborfng' his "Wells Sub-division" on the Dixie >wa. who will spend the. winter in Mr. Jones was formerly connected wtis'father ; < "'t...
tackier -' cities where the Klspim- Highway adjoining the city, to E. lorida. rith the plant several year ago \
25 yardrun'dodging opposing of $3262.50.On
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S -. I -there.1- \jjt'-1' 3R.
will was1 manager ,
yard 6n a triple oee' Drama Players have already Roberts of Mississippi, whP. .
*, ,Graham lost a Wednesday Adolph Knobel,'.p"- \1>t. .:
play.. Harris wa, held for no gain llcant for naturalization, appeared!! in made favorable ,impression, thus to ahortly start building a home and a Misses' Anne anti Jimmie SqUires Orlan-, ': :Woodallesterdar -Wet'tln r..'itlh"f.. '
r Well :1* now Mr.[ and )In. Carol Floyd, of '
"forward.passfail* MePhatsrand. well the coffers forthe community filling station Mr. '
and '
leftend ; J ; Lakeland
pn 9urt.with his witnesses from T ," ai #<
motored to Payma ,
< ;. all' 'pin"reIVultedTtn -. htiaae with.a.: :deposit* as' erecting1: an' aeroplane bungalow for >,and J. W..Miller* '
d;-" Another attempted \ .a''JU'JUipfr; and'after beIngs.tarauz.e. 'many: poa.Ibl. leature and busIcaIi..t. 7 \ A'.
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I 1 u:: two ,KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1I2S 4'

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KISSIMMEE: MAN GETS METHODIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY ..
VIVID JAPANESE NEWS MONTHLY MEETINGAt .
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J. W. Stalnaker of the localStudebaker l the:Bungalow Monday afternoon Ii&.IID QDR rnmtrn

: agency, has Just received a business session was held presidedover
letter from his brother, who lain Mrs. J. L. Ov-
a by the president,
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,er. v. 'Japan with the U. S. S. Black erstreet. Reports were 'given' as to electric wash Ir machine

Hawk relief crew describing some of activities of various committees. Mrs. U WA HES AND DRIE WITHOUT A WRINCER
the scenes in the stricken area. This Petersen was elected treasurer tofill 1
: first hand information will be of Interest the position resigned .by Mrs. A.. T.
to local people who have been Snodgrasa. '
interested in the conditions which Mrs. George Sigler, chairman of
the Red Crossand, the governmenthave : the study class, distributed, books to '
\been helping: to alleviate. be read the ensuing quarter and announced ,: Prices until today $165
Extracts from Mr. Stalnakvr's let- first meeting of the class to
ter follow: be held in the Bungalow on Octobar:
U. S. .Black Hawk, 22. "The. Trend of the Races". is the RNow
Yokohama, Japan, theme for study.
September 18, 1923. There will be :a district conventionof $155
Y 'I I You can see!' from above the the State Missionary Society at T
: part of the world I am now in. We Maine City on October 19. Mrs. J.
were in Darien,-Russia, when we got L. Overstreet is scheduled on the
.1 i J word about the earthquake, and we day's program. It i iii desired that t. yi
I immediately got underway for Tsingtao iBsimmcv send as large represcntu-I
: China, where we took on aloud ion as possible to this '
2w I II j of pro'hdons1eddinp\ :, clothing, On Monday afternoon there will be \ .
I etc., for relief\ work and broughthere a social literary; program of the MIHionnry I
., << -. 1 am enclosing a copy of an .< Society held ut the Bun Ii'
An entirely new body design lends distinction in official report of it. It is a report low, to which nil members( of the "0.

apraranceadd measurably to individual comfort, I I prepared by our Captain to Hydro- {'letand of the church. are most JOHN MCCARTHY:
and provides greater convenience in the new Ford II graph- of fic t Washington; I). C. It ccrdially invited.
Coupe. I I will give you an idea of the whole The program is in charge! of .
i thing.; I suppose you have heard n. H. Shaver with the central
tl Streamline body, windshield visor, and nickeled I I hundreds of different rumors about thought] "Orientalism in America.." Electrics
fittings make this new Coupe highly attractive. II jit, but this is :us near correct as can This study may mean much or littleto
Deeply cushioned scats,improved interior arrange- I be had. the casual reader but the truth remains Dealer and Contractor
mentand cowl ventilator provictc'increased comfort. We arrived here I seven clays afterit that the teachings of great
I happened and every thing was loader of the Orient in ages )past as 1
Wide doors that open forward, revolving type I ;, still in the shape that it was in after well as. today, have gained large footholds ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
window lifters and : it happened. They were working -America.. Nearly every
enlarged rear compartment a
I night and day trying to clear up all hamlet and in all cities tin .nare ad- (
recess shelf for parcels, back of the meat make for .Ma! DAY rt.
I the bodies( and they have not cleared<< heients. to these, teachings.I Right; ol'j' .,
greater convenience. I them all away yet. Wo are anchored wrong, come discuss it, not jut tom l / /
Set the tint ord f-oupr and either 1 lodyat 'vans off about 'a half mile from the '01\.1\. <' the word on the printed
i4 '
f your Hcarcit ford caler't. r::oaroor. I docks, hut iinyone; that wants to go )Iniflct, Only the "Truth Shall I MakeVo
I e I ver can. 1 I" a... over the first" day j l'rei.4'Mrs.
:M. C. A U TREYAuthorized ''after <>ur arrival that it.*, in Tokyo. ; .1. W Tu.-ker.. :\11'''. (;i. W. !
i iI
I) \\'(' came here lirM t and then went4u Person" and! :Mrs. S. \\'. (iraliam arc
I Dealer 1 !! ( Tol.vo.'e\ were" up there<< three, ,the h. "t.."e>. and turned here. a day or .so
/ !: day, I .
KISS1MMEE FLORIDA ''ago.' Tokyo is only 18 miles from I'ri" Iteportcr.rA I
I I '' Yoknhi.ma. We unloaded all of the'relief SEND YOUR DRESSES, RUGS, DRAPERIES, etc.

f''I I I'' supplies,,, up 1111"(. This place I -TO-
j wYI. thai \\oiild rem 1111 n.
woods after '
of lanipaitrn
""' ::; : ; hire reminds me
c 'i\er
1' '' blanch, the lifters or | MONTGOMERY FRENCH DRY CLEANING
''' 19' thehad )been burned. Then1 is. not \ei pinj:; within i CO.
tl ," ('' 'V''''''''''.t ....-: .. U ::3 ., building ,tan, Imp Hut there is.ihuiit '''ivteen million, dollars lie pay> ut'iei 1 ', I i I I :arpest and Best Dyeing and Cleaning] Plant] South.!
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t
l- \
milk
v 11f''i/; ten standing -titti1-- for nulls and I pio-iui\
,, )building in
I. : v j''t i1fil f1 one bi , uniilil li.., ,.tty! guild nil1lona. Dresses etc. Dyed Cleaned and Repleated
(, I. but that will hate:: to ,1.\ \e.ii |pr ,
) I ,- \.,.,.... ; A.r \, . .....'.,..,., i 1.1111 in' I'uKyo.d\\'n l and lebiult, they are damaged -' . .. '' 1 1 Who I ml In- belli-1.1' I MONTGOMERY( ALA.

IAN ''L CAR T F.1UCi: TFAC.a.0R.S: MI had i: onl,, } in homi1 mi'--ions''

I I -_ ....: ":. : 5..:. ; Si I II:'\ ncvi e, n Mich aifhl. i"in I
..... ,_ .-_.... _. ..._ ._.___.,._. .':,Wv,: . .r.-.i", n ....; life I l.if'-ro.. I tlKiuirht the gad\ I II -

'I I.l\,",I,.,if.' !.rest around',, ,v..i-in i Vela"...tlllug' ( "ruwa. Henthe,,- Irid.! IRtm fltmf, iite1 ftitsfmt MfJ2l=O.t.1, , ' '

t.iul\ *' :iu"-. "fl"1.\ ',onk, \ dll\\II'1 .,". -,- .... -.,....,-
the )bucksv. re lltl'll',1, just 11tboiii.li -
-'- there\; b.
I they I! ve.c plated
hand.'\ The shake la-ted,! aboJt, even 1
miniiti-,. and the IHIII-('" all went
within, two minutes, ;and the contmu- ':
ou- -hiking' ill"t tpn 1'11.1 brick.nt"nes. I

itty'and ,,thh tt" 'Ylhll1lr.h'll'ss"ll' you over might the say town-an. i RECORDS PROVE WHAT

TAX NOTICENOTICE The\ I buildings that icmaii.ed,. standing
i had been built lecently and were
ofteel -tructuretill -ante of them
'rumbled'; down also. All people' thatecapel \
were the ones that were on GROWERS CAN DOM
the .street and only a small !percentage -
| of them MI'' \1\1. Some of them
made :. dash i into their houses! tryingto
I nave their families aivl lots of 'Ia
is hereby given that themere caught under falling
made for thtparka
walls\ some of them
.. lot of them were
I and even a
Osceola County tax books for 1923 burned to death from fires all around
them. Tens of thousands of them t7
made for boats' and stalled out to
will open for collection on Novemberfirst. sea in them and were swept away by "
the tidal wave, and most of the ones Seal
that were saved were the ones that
I am now ,ready to furnish made for the hills, and kept going. -- .

.. When we were coming into Yokohama t .
and by the time we were within i : :{ ;' '
estimates of these 2 ", 1'f':: ' r
taxes. cent hun (
miles passing I
per fifty we were :. '; '. ,
\ ,
I dreds of human bodies floating, and /,\ ;" ; ( .

before we got into Yokohama, they
discount will be allowed for
November
1 were thick in the water. I saw them
i piling them in the I streets, pouring
kerosene over them and burning; are many who would! discount the ef- tion operates cost, and returns to the grower

i payment. them by the thousands. They would fur,la, jt Fbron Il'rOI\.4 in ii'irl.eting heir\ cit- eve y (penny his fruit sells for, less only necenMiry -
( pile them up in piles, that is, they
would have men to go along and pile i IWI Crops <>n the co-operative( plan.' They would expenses. None of the money from fruit

II them up while others were digging; belittle, the wok, of the Florida Titrus, l Kxrhang": sales made by the Exchange: goes: to those whotheir

I them from under walls, and dirt, and oigitm/.ation and min l1Iiz(. its iici'omplishini'nts. ,, do not perform' u teal service in the marketing

others came along and saturatedthem transaction" and who not interested in th-
+ with oil anil I burned! them. The are
i C. L. BANDY, )people I that were doing this wink prosperity and continuance of the c't'us' induPmItettelly .- j

l were -odiel'] '', and they all were witliout, :eption' ''In-1"' -keplicsiiid try. ,

wearing gas masks. We could smell a., knoikers the i-o-operut mo\ mi'nt a"Ploiiiid
Tax Collector. the ,scent for twenty miles before we This co-operutive/ association has undertaken
tml rnterprmr
to be mteme' in' some\ [pnxati-' -
arrived< 4 -.1Otit long we will be here 1 have been /, dt 'igned'tu make" ;a profit out of the irrow- national, .
',. flail, 1 due I the 1 pru.luier." I advertising cnmp.iijrii1- edrtati' -
reaily to fro ever since shortly after +-+ ; I r.mnej} justly [ .
iiriiving myself. Our destroyers tie consuming/ public to the merits of itsScalil.iwect

have )been hauling refugees all the l-'il'tien y. alago the ,irt1u< JTIOWI-'K of oranges, and grapefruit.! ] It has work
1it 1 time to now, but have about finished ...J to establish
up Kloiidii weie at tin complete] mercy of prlvi.tc-" new outlets for the fruit ullyowned

I up. They took them to Kobe, I sales agencies. speculative fruit buyer ; Florida'\ growers, to keep pace with production
t II Japan, and Osaka, Japan. We will\
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---r--- probably) go to Shanghai/ from here, and; commission, 1111'11. who then dill all the mark arid ke p prices at a satisfactory level.

then to :Manila. I (tot some wonderful eting. Prices reeeived\ by growers for (, emit were
good views of the ruins, I haven't scarcely! enough to pay for the maintenance of Returns received by the growers today fortheir
had them developed yet, will send fruit are more than double those received
and often less. than actual cost of
groves "production.
you a set of them as soon as I do. fifteen years ago. Due) to this stable value ofFlorida
I also have of Fruit was' dumped at random in any
pictures placewe
City Tax NoticeThe every oranges and I grapefruit, citrus I land 1 andmarket.
have been. Theie I was no effort to bring I about, orderly
n_ ___ _ __ ,stabilize developed groves are now selling for three and,
shipments, prices, and to developnew
four t times what
they did I I fifteen I
years ago.
outlets for the distribution of bigger Florida -

ROBS CALOMEL OF crops. The grower had no say as to how his TheFlorida Citrus Exchange has made fruit

fruit should be marketed lie had to take what growing in Florjda profitable./ Upon the continuance -

NAUSEA AND DANGERMedicinal was paid him. and further expansion of the .
city tax books of Kissimmee, Florida, will cooperative
marketing I
movement by the growers: of
be in the hands of the City Clerk] and Tax Collector Virtues Retained To alleviate this situation the growers" ,. in this state, to profitably dispose of the still big
and Improved 1909, organized the Florida Citrus Exchange
to be
ger produced
crops in coming years, depends
i on and after 'Thursday, November 1, 1923, for the Qualities- Removed.Dangerous Perfected and Sickening Tab and, employed the ''best marketing experts to the continued stability of Florida's great-
let Called "Calotabn.' handle |he sale of their fruit. This organiza est industry.

Collection of Taxes for 1923. Five Percent Dis-
The latest triumph of modern set necIs "
n "ilr-nauiienteii11 i-Hlonn-1 1 lablelknrwn
will be allowed for early] payments dating l in the drug trmle R.. "Ciilotaba." J
court} <'Rlon"l. the mom gem.-rally lined of allmoiUrhnB Competition now hurting( prices' of Florida fruit in northern markets Is r 1 1treated
thus ..nil-ill upon a wld..r1I..ld by those
shippers who still
from Thursday, November 1, to Friday, November ) of popularity- purified and riflnfrom than speculate with their crops, rather
merchandise
them
I ,
:30, 1923. In I bllloufiii have heretofore. constipation limited ,tin headaehea uxe- /average profits. When all the growers co-operate in marketing their "
and Indium!Ion. and In u greatvariety products they<< will all realize better returns for their labor.mmmMMmmMmmmmmumnmmmmmMmmw.
of liver, stomach nod kidney
troubles calomel won the most micceaiiful I i'
remedy but Im use wad often netrlecied -
NO DISCOUNT AFTER NOVEMBER 30
1923 1 on account at Im HlckenliiK/ iiualItlea. -
Now It ,IB the inxlest. and, most ,
pleanniu.. of medicine* to take one -
Culotal al bedtime with n Rwaliow of r
4 e water,-tlian. all. No taste no griping ,\,
"o nausea no Halt.. A Rood
night's Bleep and the next morning you !:i
J. R. GILBERT are feeling One with a clean liver. a
purified system and a big appetite. Eatwhat
you pleas No danger.ralotabs A ij
are gold onlr.In'original
scaled packages. centi
price :
: City Tax Collector for the large, family package; ten ,
cent for the email, trial alm..7 Tour mmj ,
druggist !I. authorized to refund the .:r
i- price as a guarantee that you will be 'f
:!
thoroughly delighted with CalotabaAdv. -
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M i I -- : Florida la going to.dig most of her : :t ,' ," f1
"' : ., AUchna, Su wanne .n
,, > Florid..-coonties are aIDJri mir the song community and .dvertl .*'your product ,,buslneta notwithitanding. Th-

,o( "The'cewtheirow'; : :f r ,>..;/ ";,tb.lun.0 t *." ' ]' -t '.. I latter, I.! a-mere, II id"'
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!", KISSIMMEE'' 1 LLE't..GAZETTEgIDAY, ; OGTOBER 1!,_1128 -...____-____'"--_':-_ _ __... _ _. aL
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to..OO..OOO.O..t..... f .'. .
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vJ. .. LING .. SAYS THE STATE +
MARKETING BUREAUS
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Hand Laundryopen .
tOO..O.t..t..O OO .OO.OO '
+
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Opinion tt 'a- meral those
among
( open arid ready who have given.attention to>the sub' 'N'EW'F AllGOOOS:
Ject of growing the banana that it
for business ) can be made a'- profitable crop' in
.
.. Florida. Instances of plants maturing -
fruit can be seen in Jacksonville. '
Stewart Ave. Persons desirous of information, can r
20 address W. E. Bolles, Oldsmar, secre- '
tary of the Florida State Associationof
Kissimmee, Florida Banana Growers.
:
"The farmers' cake is dough until ARRIVINGD.A.ITLY
he has the
- le.rned. organization .
," Is the conclusion of
game William\
of old for .
Bundles paper are .at Allen
W.hit1.the veteran journalist ofKans. tp
at t the office of The Gazette; lOe. ..*. "when.every organized effort

Bettor get them while there is a stock. of labor of capital results in a .

Call at once; they'll never be,--cheaper. the gain about mutual in time wages benefits farmers for that dividends get come together,through isn't for it We offer below a few prices picked at random from our l large stock:

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constructive organization?" .
Irritated Eyes .. .
let Prof. L. O. Gratz, assistant plant !
the
and worn you
k SPECIAL
wnme :
form J LeonarJi's loner T Lotion pathologist of the Florida experiment
"nnsmmstlon< and soreness without Station, has been given the task of ,
Ul'f'f in ODe day., heallnc, Investigating recommending the
.Cugtb-nimt. Uet -LeonardiVIt.jSwowtt control measures for the diseases of
Irish potatoes in this state, and i
orMu expects
: >on.y rtfuaded. AU to spend sometime in the Hastings t

clrunltill scli It district Saturday Monday and "

Tuesday 1
Front Injured corn and other crops
in most of the northern states duringthe
twoNg: last two weeks in September. ,
There were light frosts as far south

as Kentucky and West Virginia. Potatoes .. ,
', - .0 , .
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and tobacco were badly injurcd : _. < : - __ -
in Wisconsin.

USE Rightly used by men and women of
SANITARY DAiRYCo'sJ ordinal intelligence the automobile
ICE CREAM is the safest vehicle ever designed for 1000 yards 36-inch Unbleached Muslin Special Saturday
MILK & human transportation.! Driven by the ,

highways type of imbeciles and streets too ,common it has becomea on the Monday and Tuesday only, 10c yard, worth today double h

deadly threat to the lives of its us-
ers> and to the safety of folks who
r must walk or ride in buggies/ and the price.
-
sox wagons. .
I The cattle tick i is! (the greatest
\d( corn ri drawback to !success! in stock raining.
1000 fast color and F
yards plain Chambry striped Gingham.
- tin I Florida. Men who alow! ticks to ,
prey upon their eattle use acting to
i ATTENTION. their financial loss, and i the feeding of 14c
Special yard.
( 'I i nutritious foods--meat and milk,-to
FATHERS j I ticks is most unpiofitahle. Experiment II III
I I has. demonstrated this repeatedly. -

There is no doubt about l it. .1II'.1 IIt'\ttJ; -- .. : .' ..' ''' = .. .,' .
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'Llr\' Dairy in.Ik i is Co-operative marketing. of feeler

hulk for\ ,r.Iur folk. cattle :direct from grower in C'olomdo< Special from Ladies' Hat DepartmentWHILE
to feeders in Iowa with a view to '
I \.ill benefit
your baby. "
I i I eliminating stockyards commi'-- OUR WAS IN NEW YORK HE WAS LUCKY ENOUGH TO PICK UP 500 :
1 ir wife and children sions, yardage and feeding, charges' j is. I : BUYER
'i i like it and it will!! be now under way between the growers i iI HATS AT A VERY LOW PRICE BY BUYING LARGE AMOUNTS FOR FOUR STORES. ,

,,II l foi )'OU.'O land I I co-operation feeders of is the a nation-wide two states. proposition That- WE OFFER YOU FOR THREE, DAYS, THESE HATS FOR ff *\ 98 EACH. ALL THE ie. ''

was seen in the American Bank- NEW COLORS AND STYLES. SEE WINDOW. '

| ors Association at its I!! recent session 1 ,.
j ANlTARYDAIRY&.j ; having discussed the question of cooperative I I ,
|I farm marketing plans. ' "
lJ ' I SPECIAL ON BLANKETS HERE IS A GOOD ONE '' : f
'llourll ri'v/arr Better Crops, "A Pocket Book of .!,,\ .
i !i n J* l Agriculture.! ill i a new monthly nimrujzine. Now is the time to lay in a supply of the Special Hat Department received this week f

I The! first issue. appeared in Sep. good old warm kind. a big shipment of Men's Velour Hats, with liS'p
:itember.\ tram. 31 Fulton street. Nrw _
i Ynrk. It I is of convenient size, hand- silk lining; black or brown; CO OA .:

1 somelv printed and illustrated and Large Plaid Blankets, size 64x76 ;<$2 98 Special, 3 days, each. . . . && O ,.' !
1 full" of good) stuff from "kiver to kiv- Special for 3 days, per Pair. .
i er. It costs $1 a year.
I ___ SPECIAL SHOE DEPARTMENT
j'i If Abraham Lincoln lived on a farm Another large'size Blanket,. 66x80, "Wolver- .
t"dahe would combine: with his ine." Pink and Blue Plaids. Qfl One lot of Children's High Top Shoes; regular r

frffi? neiglibon stuff. and lie was get a better firm believer prices fo'his in Special 3 days, per Pair. .> . $3 u price $3.00; sizes. 12 to 2;


etylee Stationr po-operstion. lie said "United we Special price for 3 days... *** e t w

stand, divided we fall SPECIAL IN WOOL GOODS '

Prof. A. P. Spencer, of the State DEPARTMENT :Men's_Genuine Army.Shoes; $3 :98 t,

Agricultural \ College, says strawhert every per Pair : .-. . i. . ..? . . '. t
county of Florida. can ,grow: 26-inch Shepard Check Silk and Wool. ,
all that is needed _
< and produce :
:t fcr home use and in! some cases shipconiiilcraMe ; : The thing to make Skirts. 9 c Received, shipment of Silk Shirts for men.

.|iiar.tities Thebest vas I Yard'e offer them, three days CTt
TOOK ahead to ''rieties for most soils are Klondyke.Excelsior per 3> J 98
J- Winter. with its I and :\Ii..ionnrTht' ; I only . . . . . . ..? . . . .
1'1.1 ;'JG-inch( Percales in light colors
ing season is now at hand. \7 C

wet streets, snowy and or roads icy, I The fait i'i, thnt- f.irmincr as It busi-I, only; 1 per Yard . . . . . . . . yisit our Shoe Department. We have a full

oat of with modern business I line of W. L. Douglas Shoes ready for
j and when buya 'I nn'.s r.i stop! yourinspection.
you reflectedclem SILK: SPECIAL
is
method* mid the I !:
tire now, get the in the :
-
] ly uiul unfortunately pres.rnt ;
Goodyear Cord with ( sintus of farmim communities..Thi We have :several:; colors in Satin and Taffetas: anti

the All-Weather day of individualistic noncooperutive to close out. Regular price $1 49 We are agents for Butterick Patterns,

Tr o.d. That tread ]i to a close methods for; it in has any proved line is wasteful drawing $2.00 ; Special; 3 clays . . . . have a full stock at all times.

is famous the world I and unprofitable a" a system of pro'duction. -

over for slipless, '! ,.Oregon Report bankers of agricultural. convention.Uncle cojnImittee RECEIVED THIS WIK ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF JOHN B. STETSON HATS FOR MEN
tractionand

gripping for long, economical i i i Sam operates a goat farm nt .. t ' ' :

: ''Beltsville, Md., 12 miles from Wash I sur'e'and'b'.e" >
wear. ington. Experiments are being mad"" Remember these prices hold g.o.o.-d' three days. Be on .
milk goats. The mill:: i
A. C..dn.r Smrvie. 5f ftoAOmalmrt I with high grade:
.*. // and r.r.- it is valuable
to hospitals where
is given
m.nrf tht GoeJr..r last.
I Cord etch ttr:kmnmliJ All- for infants and piTso.'s with time and get your share while they .
W"'ur T..." ...d *... I weak stomachs. Prof. D. A. Spencer,
,h.m up with mtmndmrf. [who is in charge of the work says "A -I" i ; ..
GooJjfr S+rmlc.LUPFEU I !" .
under conditions
I goat con be maintained
difficult impossible _
whereit! it or
& PKATIIEKy I inEuropean ,,
tn possess a eow. A milk gent
countries is described.) as I
I the "poor man's cow." These mv two I
C0DJARJ American papers devote: t.. the industry j Dollar limjt Store''G. s
and. the U. S. !H'i'"f| AJ.II-I
'
culture sends free Farm--'* Bulletin!
No. 020, entitled "MilK ; ,
I persons who want_ infor.n.iti n. I II
r KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
I The raising of cattle i is -iiv of thegreat ; \\'. PERSONS COMPANY BROADWAY jrk
t I industries! of Florida. It can
be made vastly more tirnfitahlo] by. .
cattle tick. The in t,
eradicating!: the .

'4 (pay"rt'all"wei for\ all the ht time of and cattle money alone spent.\\!ill .. . : ; : : . ._: I _' ..
After better qualityof , ,. '
The increased flow and - "- - --- ---- --

Every Meal will milk iustifv, without the any undertaking.other! factors Thebetterquality , necessities, of mankind have tried to ;:FLORIDA WILL OBSERVE 1 Didn't Know His BrotherI
i MONTH
i; : of hides, free from ,I perpetuate their power and their profits GARDEN WEEK: :NEXT, CITY
holes, not to speak of the comfort of I! t the expense of the farmers and - I .
Have a packet in your the animal relieved! of itching andsores i I the I&wage workers there is continue'! I Auxiliary Garden Week or beautification I I brother got so bad with stomach V
; pocket for ever-ready !' will justify all the cost. It i is a I and threatening evidence of revolutions week has been authorized for and liver trouble that when I saw w
needs the lint week in November him after a year I didn't know him.
sensible' economic and humane proposition. in the making. America [ Florida during MEATJARKETFresh
s} refreshment. Florida must join with othorstates -the markets !of Europe. by the National Garden WeekAssociation rile was emaciated and yellow as> a
and line for a greater'prosperity. as result of recommendations 'pumpkin and was often in great pain.
''o Aids digestion. up I Co-operation 'ia the keynote to successful by the Jacksonville Florists i Mlle couldn't have lived long the way Ma.i and .
Allays thirst farming or marketing. There and Gardeners Club. The national j he was going. Doctors and medicine ,
future will will April, and Florida '( him no relief. I picked up a little '
Men who look to the that co-operation week was during gave
the throat. are many ways Wonderful
Soothes keep cows both for the income and us work to great advantage if persons received credit for doing!: more than I booklet on Mayr'a VegetablesPhoe.s_ "",
For Flavor and the best possible aid in ,'I would make the effort. In fact, any other state at that time but autumn -. Remedy, which he said described his '
Quality, lnantalnintr'I' just The The first dose of it >
is usual planting-time. case perfectly. ,
their it great our
no
the fertility of these.'days without progress I
monthhe
tho Sealed Package, be made or expected in any Florida Development Board recommends gave him great relief and In a \ \
,
can "
It is simple, ..1
One of the curious results of the line of business, Stop and consider observance of garden planting was good as ever. a i
neutral European, through month, that the Land of Flow- harmless preparation that removes ..
war is that I for a moment. It was cooperation next so the intestinal '' oIt .
nations the effects I beautiful gardens the catarrhal mucus from
recovering from our railroads, factories, era may have many I l
are: those I that springmonths tract and allay the Inflammation - .,<* ..' ,.,-v /T- *
nationa' and
f slowly even than and many other great during the winter t + '
more lines
ship Isof
all more-lmpeet.r
Advertising no
it Wc engaged in the conflict.Where I established, and I while or'visitors are here. The No- which causes 'practically yinee '
that achievements were is>
; have National Garden stomach liver, and J jntestin$ ,>ailments to a merchant .than gasoline
the results of the war through co-op.ntlon they are!! making :, ,vember Issue of'the ; One l1 .
' Including appendicitis. an'ltutomobila.
f .. d and'thepeople< ,hare: of industries :Magazine will:' have a special article ,' 4 n
been *ccept .. a auccess". their''T. .... Jgn.i; '' and dose will I convince or money -refund '
?to- work: there Ie,rap4! recovery.ar I ;:;J. - i t x; ; } ; .tf :about Florida' flowers Garden '
gone Baltic tUtea.Where '.of, auxiliary ed. J.' Z..:: Roberson andeverywhere druggists ;
,
"uP"'h .
other nouncement
in FinUnd'and' I' Tbfuiure"is! wrapped the READ THE,.VALLE3 GAZ
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who made treat ; in Florida. ,; ,'s i ,,, ...:. ;
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1' e fortunes the out profiteers of.thV;madness, and.the.,boys, .and girls II,of;today.- ..! t j\FYI Week - At


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VALLEY GAZETTLBUBLISHED CHURCHSUNDAY,* NIGHT C ,

_
. BY J. THE WATCHER JOOO I There will be no -U..-vlces' "t th, '

TUB KIS3IMMEK. VALLEY GAZETTE First Baptist church Sunday morning.In .
EVERT' FRIDAY <> -. ..<> sX> ... ..sIt > the evening the program will *>e DUflABL1sAT1-sF

; .KISHIMMBg. KIXMUDA..W. is said that President Coolidge in charge of the Young People's Un FACTIONS

6:30 ion. The subject will be: "What is my
: HArtlUS gets tip each ..morning at and a
n. -_..w..PK : .. t duty toward those who are not Christians .
O. VANS AONEW.8eer..tar)' newspaper man arises to Inquirewat ,
"
ALLISON T. KRENCH.Edltor) he does with all the <'worms he Miss Ruth Herrberg will be

catches. the leader. vThe program will be: ..
SJjnSCR..OJf RATES "His With Thee' Of
On. COPY. on. T.>&>_...__,_......(1.00 ccc Song. Way Prayer
On* Copy Rlx:' Month__._..___- 1.00( I' A mule up in Kentucky has learned Harry Woodall; Song "His Prom FUK. aAL.t. '

One COPY. Thr.e Month._.___.,__-- ..50Ent to chew tobacco and won't startto ise ';'o Me;" Scripture Reading, Mat SOACRES.3.4 mile from rallwa'yatatlon. President Elliot
wrote of
( .rd At the poitofflco.. at Klislm- work in the morning until they thew 4:19; John 1:35-45: ; "The Per- brick road. chool and xihurchj I once The,

; me., Florida ... acoond-cla matter.) give him a good big: wad of the.fam sonal Equation In This Question;" fenced, cross-fenced; 4-room .liousu
ous nicotine weed. What a lot cf Miss Leah Hertberg; "Doing.My Du- and sleeping porch; garage; good Durable Satisfaction. of Life. One of the.
All communication.] except from authorized Miss Clara Ploetz other barn heda, and chicken liounu; n.
correspondent must be flgn- men there are who resemble .that ty; ; scrip. lot of splendid trucking land: 6 greatest of these in the of
ed by the writer. mule! I Iture selections, Miss Nellie Bowen; acre nice grove mostly boarlnfr. case most of us,
ejected matter will be returned If ccc ( recitation Miss Eula Bowen; piano 10 head of cattle. 2 milk rows :z

culled for. Some old bachelor with indigestionin solo, Harold Wilson' ; "Be a soul winner tool horses: ;160 farm chickens Impl'm"nts"ahd and crop all hand BO is to be relieved of money worries. It is the -

his stomach, a wart on his "nose and pray indefinitely for the for I50HO.38U '
{I Foreign Advertising Representative 1 and pessimism in his soul has recently lost," Uly Chapman; "Person" liar- AUHKH /Rood land fronting on business of this bank to help you manage Iiyour
THEAMERICAN PKESa |
: ASSOCIATION. . lold Wilson "What if J am not good hard road. 160 acres fenced ft-room
- rushed into print with' the following ;
house front porrh gooit
extra rood finances; with
the minimum of
: I enough ? Howard Hall; duet, MlsI fearn, Karano, and plenty outltulldIntfs. worry.

12 1923 "Love is a little sighing j I sos Helen Chapman and Ruth Herz-! ; young trove or citrus fruit.
I* FRIDAY OCTOBER little i berg: song, "Loyalty to Christ." 2 milk cows, 20 head of cattle. IL1, !lot
A crying
of chickens; splendid ho us.,1101,1 ..
I) A little dying : Benediction. fronds, IncltKlinir $600 piano, npa.ii

TO OUR NORTHERN FRIENDSIf Arid whole gobs of lying." PREPARING'FORI mules wanon harni'Bs anil, farm
'COUNTIFS I Implements and hand I toolx, farm
He is mostly wrong. Of courselovers I TAI'oUFAIn EXHIBITS 2 % ml le.. fiom city ItinltH, pricedotily .
you suddenly find yourself receiving sometimes do sigh sighs of tlOOUO. ,lies of rrusoiiM fur

of this regularly lai: ..;:..sire, ,but they don't cry. They I I Tampa Oct 10.=Lining un of th" I ....ltl""'. .-. Merchants
a copy paper smile and simper and giggle.i Theydon't SO A('U Jo S I -'iI' h of mile from, brick and Farmers BankOF
.
and .have not subscribed for county exhibits, cT>mviniy and commercial road on graded road ; 3 ,HIMI' bar
,
you die either.: Love may be futile, displays' in It, do not be alarmed. You need expect but not fatal. As for "lying" they and the other various anilthat go ti I 4-room house; fln
no bill -for it. The Gazette is be- simply don't; ,positively not. For make up the South's rei'e-it xpo- I only shade$2760., Karaite Real chicken bargain.houis.iri.c.i KISSIMMEE

ing sent to a number of people in tho crystal clear and unadulterated truth sition is well in hand for tho South IIROO'aat front modern lioime

north who have written to the local commend: to me the things lovers Florida Fair and Gaaparllta; '. Carnival I I close to (court In hous.. only |22&HlHTfrpst .

tell each other. to be held 31 to February 9 snap town.
ii ,t Chamber of Commerce, or to real estate The SunsetIt January II Kit/K YOU AUK-. For a. real) bargain.
1924, inclusive W. G. Brorien president SO acres located on a divide. 12
I I agents, or to friends in this was nn August day and the of the fair, nays th it i.very indication I acres good. orange" land nalanre. fln

; county, for information regarding the I rainy -eason was on in Florida. Afternoon at present: is for on exposition for tiuiklntr and farming. lying on
showers' ,had \fallen Irav V,' tho -slope fine dratnag'2 aiii'M
:
f that will I the record.
eclipsj
community.The even cleared line grassy lawn ; 40> bear-
of Commissioners I the air clean and cool] and the setting breaking fair of 1923. log oiatme, trees. ; lots of lIua.".. -- -
Board -
County !
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sun made a scene of unusual In the hands of the eflte lent general line oak t rues' best place. fin I poultry I ;
hag set aside an amount of money b auty. fn the west cumulus clouds In the country' ; old buildings
i manager, P. L. Strirdor! work or arranging worth but little, but JUKI I h.. ilxlil J.rb.:
for the purpose of sending: The Gazette had formed with n little space between for exhibits nnd! atlotuig; place for rt"v'lopm'nl. with001! 1I'r1tPSC> X1

to prospective home seekers. If I them making a likeness to a space for their holdings has l>ei"i! taken start only Jtoo Ti'mmKAHMS. .
I giant gateway through which the IIA Nd I icit.it 1) piopntyIlilcktnK I !
the woman who is care of somewhat earlier than was .
you are man or lnn last rnys of the sun were shining.The the last and when the [Licensed Funeral Director
anxious to get away from cold win- case year Kites provi-d ISarpaln prices and far Storm and Chapel
i lit the farther
great! luminary up of the great exposition are thrown' able terms Furnlnhi housifor ,

ters, coal and plumbers' bills, and ,side of the clouds milking a bright lopon! on. the morning of January :.II, (, rent ; 4-room collate,. $10 per month. on- A Siftr.... S"A.r. S.r.ic. I.
take residence in the land! of I: silver] bonier, around their dark masses .- ,' F.'iC'Io' IIKAl.Tt 4.0MIMMFOR R..J.r.JSt.wart
E up your next the crowds!''I will wittH' JOn exposition ___ I Avenue AH Pto.Kisaimme. ftt

I. perpetual summer, and if you arc while lower down the filmy strata !' complete! in "I'ryil"ail.: unit! / S.M.K-Meatlllful m w homo r, ; -

trying to deride where to come you clouils< were aglow with crimson ( including nil of Florida's vasxangi1' '! roomH. bath. si-i ','n'd poirhiw. \Ir-- I High Grade Ambulance Service at,Call
light >tt> when Hiawatha Iv loueln. : four loll los1s; splendid i
I of of and, farm forest I I
products : Office 249
are invited to read this paper. II I "Sa i 1..1 into the fiery sunset.Railed !' |' grove fire plan, *. 1'rlie" J31l>: f 3nu' nil. cnnhImlRiKf PIIQNKS Residence; 71
;and field garden nnd! home inanuf.ic--1| like lint ll">"ir ftlLItier <"o.. ,
It is not a development company'spublication into the purple vapors. tory and mine, land and sea, lh,' tinI I T.... <'.nt Store: !
in the sense that Sailed into the dusk of evening. -I
-except ] est live stock and poultry raised in
| ,, .. '
roll SM.KV itk I linrBi- n,1 l ,
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this is co-operating to dc'I I the entire 'our.lryin fact an ,| ; -I -
community |I e\po- row E."IUI.lIt.: : I- S a|PP.l KIsMlin i iiiioe : -
Ti t th<' i-lamls of the Klesko. ,
'-ition that the Ix x
in everything nameimplies. : lark
velop its resources.' It is' not a ii-.il To the, kingdom of Ponemah . .. -
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4. estate agency's mouthpiece exceptin To the land of the hereafter!" of in 1'OR S\LJ.-If. 'ixri-H. Rooil tillwith I

so far as its advertisers in that The !,<'ene wa one that would |' the Rearrangement various halls and display buildings; spaces has I Ii 6-room fruit trees house 1..al..I..1, artesian! wist will i .lid 3"of") i J. R. CLAY

business use its space to acquaint you thrill i-\--n the dullest oh (>n'l'r. and i again been necessary to accommodate I! /Kmmi-tt street. . AHI| ,. h.rsis ''HI i iiw ,
diilcl.. be 2 heifer anil dull rlip.ii '", .ashV '
duplicated
i lutrilly( except un-
:
I the increased' number of
I
with some of the best bargains' in greatly ex- .
\ H Mrow 44 Its
.l Ir-v th skies of Florida Such
< balmy ,
habits' and able of assistants i (,
an corps '
homes farms, and proves!' you cnn an event inspires. one mightily and have !seen' to this, so there will SXI.l: s IIMHII- IIUIIHI icoinl. I c .inlltlon i iKOK

probably find anywhere with similar i.iikvit ('11"to believe that thc he hen !1' ( iud. witir I Hr. foot "illliuinp Garage and Machine Shop
no complaint \% everything
advantages. The papers which will' is another and better world just beyond ready for the opening day. I ,,w-. lot III, 72x147 kltrhfii I twelve. small. rltnm.luit..II t ri-i."''''-,

be sent you are not "propaganda"except the sunset and that the Apostle | One of the most' interesting of the ftnme Ixarlnir Adilrrss' I 110 Pllllnk; ....
spoke truly "eye hath not seen, norour him 'a\r Klsshnmi I -lol'ldll. 43-3txKOU -
as the picture of a growing/ special days planned for the 1924 fair j __ _.. I
hoard have into
neither entered SUCCESSOR TO CLA Y
I & THOMAS
development will be Governor's Day when Florida'schief / 8I..." -Or rxchanKe for llKhlei,
community, growing by steady the heart of man the things that God
I I (executive with his! entire staff car. or for property a six c> Under
and not temporary boom, may hath piepared: for those that love will attend the fair as guests of the I even-passenKPr Studi-baker Ad- I
Him." dr"A"0:11/ Smith, 304 Lotonla avenue.Kissimince. . Farming Machinery
. appeal to you. management and of South Florida. 4t-Il i ,

In its columns you will not find unpleasant DISTRICT EPWORTII LEAGUERS:; Accompanying Governor Gary A. I

news and difficult problems HAVE MOCK WETJDING Hardee will be the following staff officers j"on8: containing\LI' --Fine 8 rooms Broadway with, furniture nperU Gas Engines and Pumps Rebuilt

Col.! W. M. of Eustis.
: Igou ; .
Modern Lot
deleted. You will not find exagger- lArge sleeping porch
The district meeting of the Ep- Col.! Louis O'Bryan of- Sanford, Col- SlxllO. Three blocks from poslofflre.
ated promotion stories. "The truthIs M. B. of Jacksonville Cot! Flowing well. fruit. flowers. anilhade.
worth League for the central district Burlong ,
enough." Thomas A. ItOr( 'ra, 1110 I1roKd. BEARINGS -fOR NEARLY ALL MAKES OF GARS
good "f Florida was held in Kissimmee P. C. Eldridge of Fort Pierce, Co!. way. Klsalmmee, Florida. 41-1 tx

You will find chronicled the every Thursday night of last week. Herbert Felkel of St. Augustine, Col. ,

; day happenings of day people, There was a large attendance from Frank B. Shutts of Miami, Col. R. L.SealZ"Cr FOR 8AL.K-One Remington powrl--
every
ter In rood order. I'rlce reasonable.
and Garden. of Quincy Col. J. E. Hardeeof
Cocoa, Orlando Winter ,
for Daxls 41-2tx
working together happy hornet' Pledger A
,$adM,, After the devotional part of the meet Madison\ Col. A. A. Murphree of - -'- T
4 and a beautiful city. You will read of ing the local league presented what Gainesville, Col. A. Livingston of FOR SM.K-Cabbage plants, all vnrletles. I

the things we have not done but they called a "Stunt" which portrayed Madison. (',el. William Fisher of Pen-I $1.00 per 1000. : Itubbv Kingpepper I
plants$2 00 lonu Klnmriant -
*ant to accomplish as well as of the very impressively the right sacola. Col.! D. B. McKay Col. W. F. Co., ValdOBta.. per Ja. 41-4tx> .

things which have already come to and wrong way of conducting an Ep- I Stovall, Col. C. II. Brown Col. W. G.
FOR SAI-K-Oliver typewriter with extra :- BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
worth League meeting. Also on the Brorein of Tampa; Commander L. W.
pass. In short, you -will find a record program was a "surprise" which Strum of Jacksonville and Adjutant wide carriage. Perfect condition.
Enquire at Oaxette Office, tfx
of these things as they are; as you consisted of a tacky mock wedding General J. Clifford R 'Foster of St. ," CONTRACTORS AND

will find them if you come to live which furnished much pleasure to the Augustine. \ FOR RAI.K-Two milk cow and heifer BUILDERS

i with us. If our manner of living audience.The Shrine Day is to be another big calf. Enquire at GazEtte office Hit WOOD BRICK STONE 1

'where the event of the coming fair when Sh'in- .
I and our ideals appeal to and Bungalov7 programwas FOR BALE-Fine residence property.
you rendered! was decorated with ers from all over the state of Florida Apply at the office of The Valley STEEL, STUCCO

you have similar aspirations, we hope potted plniffc) and white li.1! f"old and particularly from every part of (]ar,-ttp. KIsHlmmee. 1-tf N. F. BASS JACK BASS

that you are getting'acquainted withus flowers, the league colors First the South Florida, will claim the great I' POU ..\I.'F.-Inana plants laity nnger I II II 322 Royal Street 515 Sproule Avenue

through the printed: page, and we families of the bride and groom as 'exposition for their own. Besides l ,, the I \arli I_ !ty .2r rents_ eachV II. Harris_ I ISKOONIJ l'.c' ..

shall welcome you when you come to sembled dressed' as tacky as could parade and pageant, Egypt Temp! is' I / : IIANIt <00118, boUKht. solrt

make that be. A vocnl ,solo was rendered by to give away on Shrine Day a beauti- and ri'palred Th- Casino 44-tf .
acquaintance a personalone. '
:Miss iilanor; Overstreet to entertain ful bungalow in New Superb Heiutifu.1. FOR HAIR-Modi-rn 4-room 1)\1I'1C1I1..w., | '><-><-"'...
Ihe audience awaiting the approach . built at a cost of more than $lO.-/ furnished; bath room; Karuici. 3 city : --
)tit the bridal Miss Katherine 000. lots.; 12 bi>arlnK citrus 1riH" Iti I AllIIn AI. AM .JI'I.AItTI"U TO WHOM IT :\HV < '< iNCKItN
k After years the city of Kis- party. I Oiilre \V J tHe.-... or Hox 63 SaInt' t $ MiTK'K Is lit t-'ts- giv-t, thai on or
many
Tiller, presiding at the piano, .soonstruk Of course King Gasparilla an l his <>!' TH4INH! '
Cloud :Z6-2l">tx iibonl the 20th iIii\ .r Si pti-mbi, Hi,
simmee and the railroad have gotten the first notes of the werJ.linnwrl'h. pirate krewe will capture the (city i iI ..0.x + the hereinafter, ,1"lh.1 i | bull HHS lmpounded .
t together on an agreement that will when the brides-maids. Misses take the fair by storm, and provide a I:|I \WHKKICY J'L.i1'H ; \ -<-:-:-:'<-: M MeHMe v>4fr* i li>, miKM. t '101. I ",f Police. of
permit the city to bulkhead! for a J I MlHnlonar, mill 1 KI""I Io'CI'I'1 -- -- the flly of KIsnliMMK. . mill l pound feetiaIn.Int
Gailet; nnd, Reeves dressed in red picturesque} feature for the fair week i NOHTHIIOl" U
from fresh northern lo the ,
(I n HUIII of Two ($ZOO)
waterfront the shores of
park along bandana handkerchief dresses an'! ranking with the Mardi Gras at New this string Threiilolliirs pi'r thou 81-1. a\I' Klsslmmee 12.2ft A M ]>ollarsTHKUKKOHK .

Lake Tohopekaliga. An improvedand rmi } mi; golden daisies took their Orleans. And other special days andspecial s.ind f. o. It. Stark*. ('ashiiti order 841..,I.IM-. KlHslmmie 10:13: A M. / J iiotlr.. |I.. 'hereby! Klv-
.
bjttwutiful waterfront will make I lrnmpt shlinmnt I uiril K<>I>I! HO-!* .1\'* Klsalmmeo2 27 I' M en that on, Momliiy, Ortoln-f t be I 151(1.(
places on each side of the altar. Next events will complete an enter- : ;: : HI' .
Kissinimcc one of the prettiest little plants; T S Wlltlitms. ..rite, Kla 28-- J. ,1\ KIsHlrnmee. s 2ft 1' M at Twelve ortoik noon. I will of.r
came the ring bearer Russell Swain, tainment program excelling any that 35-SUt not TIIIIOI M> for salsnI in-II for rush In ham! to
cities in Florida.. -St. Petersburg maid honor. has been offered at former fairs. 83I. a\e Klsslmmee. .. 4 ,07 AM the highest
I who was followed bv the of ever .. bidder Ht the flout" of lbs
; Times. FOR SAI.K- 0it acres god pastureland 27 I. u\e Klsalmmee 1013; A PdISLeave ell y' Pound lotatid In Ninth. Klsslmmee .
: :Miss! !' Delia Ledbetter, dressed ina Klsalmmee.. _ 4 12: IM
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES near St Cloud For quick nule near the l"I..II"n, of Vln.Htr..t .
S Great Expectations discarded. grey taffeta dress. Misses I $&.00 per acre Write H. U William. 86-Leave. Xiiusimme.-----\ 1'If! snd Central I A\.nup. In imyment
Little Harold had returned Mary Louise Snodgrass and Virginia Waucbula. Florida 8-tf AI'OI'KA BKAISfll of pound fees and other expenses M
just Weekly from Home Demonstration 111-Arrive Klsalmmee.1130: A. M abovo .
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mentioned the d -
from a trip with his parents. Some- Rigler came in as'flower girls, Specialists, Tallahassee FOR 8AI.I'or!: hl'nJ"urnt..h..d! 110- Iv live Klmnlmmee .. 2S0: r. MMIKJAR scribed bull. ti>-wlt following
where during the journey he had canying yellow daisies and palmetto I Room. and No Trespass. Cards, 10 UKI.T One ((1) Dark Yellow Hull, marked
picked decorative leaves. Then came the "groom," This week we talk about coloring I cents each at The Gazette. office 103Liuve Klaslmmee 12 Noon101iIN Hwallow /Fork In eiieh year unbranded -
some highly ._. _
up '
4 M
V"- Klsnlmm IS P.
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t I phrases which he proceeded to try out Marvin Tyner Accompanied by his needles and preparing them for 102: Arrive Klsalmmee I :SO p. M. .
FOR RENT Tim .
amount of th.I Pltj's claim being
sale in .
best Cecil and the pine-needle
on his small sister. She was very man Garbett basketry. 104 ArrIve Klsalmmee.. .6:4n: P. M I as (follow. .
properly shocked. "bride," Miss Irene Ingram, accom- Coloring Naturally: When allowedto FOR RENT-Two <.omforlably. furnished 21In.1! 2ft Is local train hetweenRnnforil Pound Fees lit

"Harold!" she exclaimed. "You'll panied by her "mother," Miss Geneva cure naturally out of doors the 3-room apartments, with private and Port Tampa; others Writing;' and l PoHlInu I Not.In ofHule
through between Port Tampa and
bath _ H
and
Roberson. The needles are a golden brown. If dried modern co/ v.nicne.s.v
was ,
never go to Heaven if you use such ceremony per- \ n. HarrlH. Can to office. 43-tf Jacksonville Rain' of Hull .IIPublication
naughty words." formed by "Rev." Milton Graham. indoors in the shade, they will have a -- -- -- --. -- -- ---- - I,...,. l KtsHlmmii, Vnl-

"Well" replied Harold resignedly. During the ceremony the families of soft greenish color. All shades rang- /FOR RENT Two furnished: roomH. CARD OK THANKS ley (iHSetfe 1 I.ot -
the bride and cried and ate ing between green and the dark rich and garage; the best place for rest .-- -
; "I've Just been to New York Boston, groom brown Mrs.. Ordas. North Rerniuda avenue. We wish to extend heartfelt Total .. j $>..nI
This of the most be secured the'shade our
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prunes. was one may secured
Chicago and Atlantic City. A fellowcan't 44-ltx >al""d at RIssInne.i'lni.bi.. . thIs
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expect to go everywhere, can clever entertainments given in Kis- depending on the length of time ------ -- -- thanks to the kind friends, and par- Hill day of October, .\ I" 1HJ.1
he?" simmee for some' time and was much and manner of curing. FOR RENT-Unfurnished rooms. SeeP. ticularly the seventh grade of the c n nnmoious: .
enjoyed by the home people and vis- Sometime curing is hastened by n i'rivittCnrnpr Urnci'ry. 44-tf public school for beautiful floral offerings ("hi, ( or Pollre. CIty of KI".I'nln.O'lor..la. ....
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t Anchored itinlL' guests.DISTRICT stacking the green branches and FOR RKNT-llouMi-H furnished and unfurnished and other manifestations of -- --/-- .- _
--- "Ah, madam" said the pious visitor ---- -- - building a fire around them and furnished room.; unfurnished sympathy in the death of our hus- '\ oa' '.0'101) Mll.K:

i "I am going about giving advice EPWORTIUANS scorching them a little. This, however rooms; housekeeping suitesall ; band and father.
clean close In .
and consolation to unhappy wives OBSERVE RALLY D.\Y HERE is not satisfactory unless done Realty; fompanj and comfortabi"Boyer ov"r TOn Mrs. Ida J. Tanner TO WHOM IT MAY CONIIV: :

Do you know where your husband is - carefully. Cent Store And Family. NOT1CK: la hereby itlvi-n that on or
.
A. R. Bird, -vice president of the -- - about ... : the
night? Coloring Artificially: If a darker - ------ the lat day of Octohci 1H2I
every
Centtal Florida Union of General 'i insurance; in feasible hereinafter Impounded
"Indeed I do.* Epworth brown is desired than from natural FOR TRADE and described I"U..rV"A
;- league, editor of the Central! Florida .. by me as "hlef of I'ollie.. of
"Alas madam. You think you do, i| coloring the needles may be fumed -- is urgently needed for protection of the City of Klnslmmi ami puunrt. fees.
but he may be- here there anywhere." Epworthian, and vice president of the'I with ammonia. This will give a beau- FOR TRADE!-Have you a good FlorIda American agriculture in opinion of officials amount to the mim of Two ($! 011)Jhllars )
Orlando J.I home to trade for 8O-acr
league, accompanied by ] an ..
,' 1, "Well if he gets out of the place Lantz department superintendent of |tiful dark greenish-brown color. Ohio tarn,. T B. I.i>cky. Wooster.. of Department of Agriculture.A THHRKFOHE.-Notice' I In h..r'b RIV' .
where he is he has to This process is simple. Take a Ohio. 44-4IX
t now raise a en that on Monday, October the l IMHiat
the Orlando is
Loague. visited the Kis- government not favored.
$;' granite slab that weighs at least a large stone jar nnd sew cloth over the agency Twelve O.CI..k noon. 1 will offer
-k#: J ton, and he couldn't even lift a scut- simmee League on last Sunday night I j lid so that bundles of the pine needles WANTED. however. for sale and sell for cash In )hand, to

\b' tie of coal while he was alive." on tjieir tour of the league union may be fastened to its under side As Population of state has increasedon the hi it host bidder at the front KlMl"1'of the
.. City Pound. located In North
consisting of eight leagues Mr. Bird \VK NED an Industrious reputablelady
'1\\ made many bundles as can be suspended or gentleman to sell the genuine an average of four and seven- tare near the Intersection of Vine
; A GREAT NEWSPAPER a very impressive tulk on the easily from this lid should be attach- J R. Watkins Products In Klsslmmee. Street and Central Avenue. In payment"
work and benefits of the league locally ed. Place an vessel containing a A few good territories also eighths per cent annually since 1880. of pound fees and other expenms .*

; ;'j, THE TAMPA MORNING. TRIBUNE and also as a union' and gave few ounces of open 26 percent ammonia. In open In other nearby cities The nationally Florida is growing twice as rapidlyas above mentloiuiil., rh.. following .,.'
advertised Watkins Productshave Scribed heifer to-wit.;
i is: The Tampa Morning Tribune is the the local leaguers.Mr. some valuable in- the bottom of the jar. Place the lid been Known and Used sine* the United States. One (1)I Yellow Jersey Heifer between

.. f formation. Lantz made rn np- on, suspending the bundles of needles 188. Don't accept any other offer one and two years old, unmarked '
; I Ir
Great Florida Newspaper, exploiting pealing; talk to the young people/ especially above but not touching the ammonia until you get our propositionUs Troubled with ants in the yard or and iinhraniled. beln'
the' the State and the begging th m to different full particulars and samples The amount of the City's claim
t resources of paying ; yoyo vessel. The lid should fit tightly. are free Write today. J, n seedbed Remedy: Pour a solution of aa follows: -

k r: ** particular: attention to the Commercial join the league and take an active Leave closed for 24 hours. If done Watkins Co., Dept. n. Memphis' potassium sodium into Pound Vt.. __ ____.. __. __. **. cyanide
part' in the work. At the close of or a of '
: Tenn 4S-Stx and Posting Notice
Indudr1a1. properly the needles will have beau- r.i.
Agricultural Horti- a
"f; tick hole about sale '
punched foot i------------------
; Mr. Lantz'a talk the: meeting took( a deepat 2'
tiful dark
... Cultural Political".a'ICI'' Social Eyenta greenish-brown color.: LOANS Bale Of "ilelfir"Iir__II"-- '
the turn of nn old-fashioned testimonial !- Preparing for Sale: If the needlesare the main entrance to the bed. When Publication F.. Klsslmmee Val-
s? as they occur In Town: City and meeting which ,-cd I 10.,;
every arou nlt1.- to be sold they should e cured t% LOANS 'under Reserve System on the liquid has soaked up, tramp the ley\Oa.eU. ------.d- :

4dt i '"' HAmlet In t1J 'Great State,of Florida. enthusiasm which gave much encouragement and thoroughly dried, then tied into city or farm property. Reserve Deposit surface solid. The gas penetrate I Total\ :"----J. .
: to the president l>f the half ndlea. Company Keith Bids'-, Cincinnati. -------------------I-d-.. $1&1.
I?; Lend hTyonr' subscription the pound or. pound So arrange the Dated ,'
,
galleries of the
the
and
nest kills .
local league to help make the present Ohio. 14-lSlo 1513. '" ,
local / them that the sheath ends are 11th day of October "". 1) "
'Tribun Of flea or band It to'your '\'
t\... league banner 'j> L ants. Co H. DRIOO1tRChief Do
a ,one. -
all lit direction
the and tied
.'deabff : same very How: many miles of macadam or 'I Polio. .* ote {
so that you can, enjoy:reading I of : Cltr 1C1..IJ1Ir.V
tightly"in three >different places. "
.", '.It"" '3fTrJdaV'' p reatest Newspaper.X One Mr. Williams..,married: Miss) Edith eonerete'1'O d could be built with that Experiments conducted in'all sections ,.orl4&.' -

,:i f 1 t-- .year, $8.00, 'sbt months h ,f 4.00, ,fbreefaonthi Ererette, of Albuquerque. No details, :Doc., njHerwyis' "?"The/; greatest million dollars/worth! of Om-Florida of th country pror that acid TI} Scottish; nite.bodlw of Jopll;'tNo" :

; :r.. .f 2.00 and!. onf month'..76c. .'' ,. of the. accident were,;:received.-Albu"' I thing in' tbe'orldI.isa child and_ .1 its farmers",/eed. ("foth.cornweev1Uvery i , phosphate or superphosphate. ., doe supportf the oierathlI.the room'J ,
..', >' III f is- .I *.,.. qireN.( M.) .'. mother -'- J .. .' not / Cfl1,
]f.i .-tf _.Jou.rn :'f' < 1 \,7. i .. produce acidity, in olls.. Momorial Ho.pJtaot thatAll ,
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+ KISSIMMEE VAtL'Et t.f zrir&;' SrmD 'ir. OCTOBER 11.. 1.t23'. ".,." &.,"' ';,,
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THORN" IN THE HOSPITAL I I ILyles
FOR NERVOUS BREAKDOWN I .
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fi grieved Friends this of week W. L.to Thorndyke learn that he were is :
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.al confined to a hospital in Saint Aug- '

Happenings ustine, the result of a nervous V. & cii
Story
.. breakdown, a short time ago. "Thorn"has
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., been with the Palatka Daily ,
New since he left
- Kissimmee almost
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a The editor .
eooaaoaoa year ago. present
Eat at Dupont'i Cafe tf 0 e oooeoo'oe' ,of The Gazette visited him a few
..
life insurance C CC' minutes six weeks ago and found him
leading
The company
I' a WEATHER REPORT in the beat .
"of
spirits and
,' the world New York Life.,, See J looking especially 1 ,
< well
for the
boosting city
Suin Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc' a Official Bulletin of daily tem. of his adoption, and apparently in r

'.(rs. A. F. Krltt, .who hag been ill C' nished perature and precipitations fur the beat of health.\ Recently he has
the Formosa sanitarium for soma by the Kiaslmmee Cooperative been suffering from the breakdownand
c:
ttk, is improving nicely. > U. S. Weather Bureau will need hospital treatment fora
Station for
. the week ending few weeks.! '
looii values in men's dress hats, up > Thursday, October 11: N

H. McCAULEY'S 0 -- BOY JUMPS IN FRONT OF
a Date Max. Min. Prep. i CAR AND.GETflBROKEN. LEG s

New York Life'Inurance Co.,.Sam O Friday, Oct 5_____89 69 .00 O

L Lupfer, local representative. I4tfi Saturday, Oct 6____78 71 .'10. Cecil Alvey, nine-year-old son of
> Sunday, Oct 7_____84 71 .00 Henry Alvey, was last Tuesday the FOR-- i1
',Ir:<. II- J. Denning left KissimmeeI a Monday, Oct 8____82 .71 .02 victim of an automobile accident
I uriay for a six weeks visit with < Tuesday, Oct 9____79 70 .30 which broke his leg. According to
'datives in Council Grove, Kan- < Wednesday, Oct 10.81 65 .01 people who saw the accident Cecil

...." Thursday, Oct 1182 01 ,00 fr wan running along by a truck on ;
-- 4 Readings are made at 6:00: p. Main street, near the F. C. Bryan Saturday and Monday :
4.noom: cottage; possession Nov. m. for the preceding twenty-four store. Mrs. L. E. Fenn, with some ,
-' :S10 per month. Nelson Realty* hours. other ladies was driving in the same

i "mpany.] s> ALLISON T. FRENCII. direction immediately behind the

'A. Rightmire; -;returned: to Kis- Co-operative Observer. truck. Mrs. Fenn's (car, according to -

,win Sunday after having and spent other six 0aaaas0a. aa400saaC the stopped best. reports and running available not was more almost than THESE PRICES WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.. REMEMBER THEY ARE
in Chattanooga
I'nont.- five or fcix miles an hour. Suddenlythe
1 1', +innee points. Humming Bird and liole roof hose little boy jumped out from the FOR TWO DAYS ONLY j

:i'uriiiHhe'i l ho ----r;;; fight house- same prices at McCAULEY'S. truck, hitting the front fender and

; ."rill\ $30 per "\month. Nelson Shaves, 15c haircuts 35c children falling under the car.
,p, alt\ Company. 25c; at Casino; Barber ,Shop.; 20-tf, I immediate'Mrs. Fenn stop brought but the the front car to wheelpassed an 800 yards of good grade Gingham, 32 inches wide, worth about 30 cents a y 1

r't t forget that the Ideal Bakery See the new colors in Everfast. suit over the little boy's I leg, breaking yard-Saturday and Monday price is 20 Cents a yard. t

[II I place where you fret sixteen ing. Its guaranteed to never fade. I it. lie was pulled out from un- '"
of good bread for nine cents.* New sport satin, charmuese canton 'der the car and Mrtt. Fenn has had

--- crepe, etc, and the prices are lower aMcCAULEY'S + I every possible medical and surgical 300 yards of fine check smooth finish Percale. It looks like the imported :'
.1.i To Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Le-I attention given him. 4Boys'
Orlnndo on September 24, a ( Drysroods. ---- .--- Ginghams. Our price is only 23; cents per yard. ..;
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,11: 1 i. r. Mrs. Lemire was formerly \VINTERTON HAS POWER
v I Ittie: Williams of this city. Mrs. Ethel Barber, who recently i PLANT: ; ON: WHEELS HERE

-- completed a course in the KiM: by same ,
Business i \\ Wintcrlon i is peo-
i i forget that the Ideal Bakery College, returned home Sat sporting a pretty i .

11 I lace where you ret sixteen urday to spend the eek-ehd 'with truck upon )which he carries a power |I ple that make the Buster Brown Hose. Our' price, 35c pair ; 3 pair $1.00 .. .
.
"f good; bread. for nine cent.* paranti and friends Mrs. Barber haM plant, light' plant, and water system.Ho ,

--,-- accepted a position with the Orlando has. recently pepn appointed series .. ,
,.I't fid Mrs.. Robert F. An ret Insurance Service agent for the "'"rm'I.l."tril"FloridllI
gas Company, ill Or 60 pairs Women's Low Shoes to close out at $2.45 pair. These are real t
I t t "i Kissimmoe Wednesday from lando. company, and! i i.* handling the Ford-
works with Mr. An all' I'arta values. '
.1 I trip ------ pIli n t.

',- -. in Vermont and other north- STATE AUDITOR REI'OKTK! \ Earl Wheeler of ,Jacksonville president

|I. 'trite.t ON: OSCEOLA EXAMINATION! : ; of the company, and l A. C,. t

f information on the New -- Chippendale, service manager' were We Are Overstocked on Women's Brown Silk Hose. Read These Prices:
ir in Kis.sinimpe Wednesday with MrWiiUerton. '
I ,ife's latest Sam Lup- Copies of the of State Audi- I'
> policy. report
i .
Mr. Wheeler'
___ 14-tfc I ear Ij>Rov Camplx-ll to State Comptroller i over, Ills plant which is he enthusiastic nay- All $1.00 Brown Hose , , , $ .,85 All $1.75 Brown Hose . . . . $1.29
Ernest Amos the

')111'frll'lHh of Mrs. J. M.nr examination and check regarding of the ucccunts. cash will to return forty by their peicent profit in.sharing actual All $1.25 Brown Hose . . . 95 All $2.00 Brown Hose. . . . . 1.45 '
users
i !, :i. who has .been quite ill, will reports, and records of 1 the '

: .. '<<"| to !know that she is now officials of Osceola county last A 11- system.Mr.. Wiiiteiton says he is going to I I All $1.50 Brown Hose. . . 1.19 All $2.50 Brown Hose .- . . 1.90
,i '. ''fig. rust have just been received in Ki-
-- take the light plant, power plant, and
farms slmmee. water system to the farmer, insteadof
..1 I llcntTwo for business: equipped Nelson Realty The auditor order reprjts and everything the itexcellent having the farmer come to him to 200 yards of Fancy Colors in Ratine ; was $1.00 and $1.50 yard ; going at
compliments
it.
see
'"'IV. ounty officials. He characterizes: 75c yard.
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1hi,, best investment you can make Tax Collector Bandy Clerk of the S.'OII.J: ;( >TIST (I'RCH

New York Life Policy. Betterr Court Over?lre"t, and Superintendent CALLS U.I.: .. :N. SMITH( '

a a savings account. See Sam of Public Instruction Yowell an+ 150 yards of 27-inch Ginghams for, per yard . . . . . . : . . . .15c
> "prompt and accurate," and "careful Rev. L. N. Smith, who has been

I .if.-i+ 14-tfc and diligent." conducting u series of meetings; in 150 yard Spool Sewing Thread, per Spool I . . . . . . . . . . ?5c.

: 1 $7,600, including crop. The clerk of the court has accounted church for the last few weeks! was
'r'ain-i grove Nelson Realty Company. for and promptly reported and remitted last night called to that church as its About 4 Dozen Men's Dress Shirts, without Collar, $1.25 and $1.50 values;
pastor, and has accepted the call. .
-- - for all redemptions of tax cer '
Itll'.< i Buckets returned to Kissimi tificates. As county auditor, the This action was taken at a business to close out $1.00 each.
the Orange meeting at which Dr. J. A. Sutton,
'i :Sunday night from clerk \keeps! an account against the
:i., i'-i-al Hospital where he was op- lax collector which is' posted! up to former pastor of the First Baptist.

('ral.ulOn, \ three weeks ago. Bob is date and is neatly and accurately 'church in Kissimmee, but now pas- Good Grade Men's Blue Work Shirts . . . . ... . . . . . . .. . h.wvfSc,
.. i along nicely. "'('pt. A conviction record is kept by tor of the North Park Baptist church "
g the clerk and such record contains seomnlele i in Orlando, was especially invited to Men's Leather. Work Shoes, per pair . . . . . . ; $2.00 and up r
\ ..tFor Hire! Call C. C. Rum- list of convictions.' The preside.The t
II. Phone 41. 26-tf Second church is rejoicing ov-
i I' clerk' accounts and reports are ::.11post.ed
to date. .I jer the addition of thirty members as
Mrs. Rosa Strickland who came to la result of the tent meetings and an
The (county judge has accounted( for
takea
Ki'immee from Lake Monroe School to of *nd remitted to the general school active and successful year is looked "

oour"Jn the Kissimmee in fund all receipts from hunting and | forward to. Provision was also made LyiesV.Story&GfoiDRY \ : 1
a position
Commerce has accepted
Tampa. ", trapping license and I he keeps the. at this meeting!; for Messengers to the ;
usual records of'the office. association.!

Yes, we have Star Brand shoes for The tax collector has eloped\ and )' TAKINGMANY ,

.r. women and children. Low prices balanced his 1922 roll and has accounted SiNIITEFIEU' TO HOLLYWOOD

\It'-t A LEY'S. for all collections including GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS ,
-- molls, and !license.i The tax collector+ J. R. Sinquefield; representative, of
..J J II. Welch got back, to Kisulmmee keeps a complete and accurate account the Hollywood Land! and Water ComI ,

.. T )lay from Cleveland and is room- of his collections and remittances I I puny reports much interest in the'scientifically \ KISSIMMEE, : : :, : : : FLORIDA
T.W again at the Julius Smith home. : he is prompt and accurate. planned resort bv the t I
.Ileft for Cleveland in April and is has accounted for and
The sheriff
back. : to the sea. A new lailroad station is being i ........JL.- ... ,.,. 1 ...
d I to get promptly deposited properfund built there which will be the 11I1'jC..Mtsouth

,r comfortably furh All collections of fines and for of Jacksonville and a SI00,000 ,I __ ___, u, - -
'I i e i Rent -- Two feiture' and hold th" following l>ond. "
I t golf and country club house i is being.built
with pri-
,', < ) (.rool1' apartments, Rhmla. Thomas !IJr.$1011.00: () Will
; with, one (of the finest eighteenhole
,, conveniences.
V and modern
f
bath trtal <;i
.t 43-tf Hull 9-10-23.: $07(51.( $11\7,11- !golf courses in the south. :Mr
office.
W It Harris Gazette
,
""I I The reports of the county and Siixiueneld, who lives in Kissimmee. '

II! and :'I1r'R.--I"-. Ghiotto and school funds, have lie..n checked and i io always Kind to talk about his. .project GARAGE
Thomas
v.II. balances ns shown in last Kcmi-an-- Monroe
M Mattie Boll Harris of Tampa, \ I
II..r r nunl reports verified. --- -- -- -
"'d( Bradley IlarrU. of lakeland, I .
toII. visiting The clerk ft the court and the suoerintendent TAMPA TJIEIftU: \ OPEN: 18 Emmett Street .
in Kissimmee
. < ''it Sunday! I .
.' I 1h, +irirenls.| ]ti\r. and Mrs. W. B. of public instruction are HOUSE' LASTNIGHT: ; !
, careful and diligent in keeping an .
n'e' Unrriln- accurate account of these funds and. The (publishers and editor of The

"r ,, best investment you can make have been prompt in making re Gazette were invited to attend the PHONE 47' Residence Phone 71 r I
. 01' home of the Tampa
' t opening the new -
Nov York Life Policy. Better ports. : I
itsbeing
last Owing to
See Sam Times night. _
'I) account.
f a savings
( ) the "rush hour" for today's issue -
14-tfe
I.1
pf<'r. STATE PRESIDENT VISITS
... -- KISSIMMEE REBEKAH I.ODftK.: no one was able to attend from j Estimate of the Cost
Mr' :M. A. Sawyer returned to Kis- i this office. You Would Get an

..t ,iiiiimc" + TUI'RdRf"om a two months Klssimmpe Rebekah Lodge had the 1 I n. B. McKay, owner of the Times, ,
vi'-'t+ ; with her sons and daughters! in of 'hud ,extended special i iy>tation to
'.. honor last Tuesday evening entertaining I l Your House Wired.
1 Rl--.pl: Mountain and Gastonia North the state president! MrN. Eth- the publishers of the state to witness If Having

IIO.1 C"rolina, and Union South Carolina.For el Turner at a banquet and lodge the operation of the big new hiffhj : -

0 .' Sale: Well-secured $500 note meeting. work for exernpliflca j onst speed. luted.! 48-page The press new winch home was of dem-the Why Not Try the Same Method for Your Car? .
The Lodge put on Ii
,nI. f" uii one war; pood security. Prin- tion in ''satisfactorymlflnfier. Times finds it with u most up to dote
s a very
cip.il high class man for prompt pay. ( and modern plant. Given. .
I.e. - Estimates Cheerfully
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Nelson! Realty Company. :
-,- )Mrs. Turner delivered a splendid HI'SINESS WOIUa'OT";: : ,
e.It 0.I Miss Lucy Lupfer* was one of the address to the local members and a IN EIGHT NKW M-K.M:: HKKS: ""d

mullein. at the Beat-ham theatre in large delegation from the Saint I .' ,

show.Orlando The for show Wednesday's had to be repeated fashion official Cloud Lod visit e.to The the local occasion lodge was, which her The Kissimmee Women's Business Club continues and Professional to !.I Prompt Attention To Small Job As Well As 'Large ,

SR-iin last night, it having: proved so presented her with a very pretty cut grow. At the regular business meeting i
orh'
held last Tuesday
popular.N'ew! glass vase. for October :, .
A banquet was served in Mrs. Tur- night at the Chamber of Commerce '
Inof lot boys school pants and ner's honor. Tables were beautifully eight: new members were voted into "i I

.,.. men's work pants at McCAULEY'S decorated( with flowers, and everything the club. The club met at DuFont's I - "

o'v. Drygoods. ; to eat was served that could Cafe and ate supper, then adjourned PERSONS OFFERS MOUESPECIAI.S lyrist I of the Florida College of Agriculture larger percentage of those falling in

' 1I returned Thursday be desired. to the chamber rooms for the business FOR FEW DAYS; spraying with thin material is the "No. 1" hamper. -
Th E. Mahan session.
the most effective means of prevent-
(.r from Nebraska where he has been I applications which were I | If have room to rent a small ) '
The
tohi COMER AND LUPFER WENT new George W. Persons is offering Home I ing losses from this disease to the you
finer is at his homeat at the meeting were; advertisement in our classified{ columns ,
, May, and again FISH AND CAME MEET voted upon more "specials" for Saturday. Monday -'I! fall cucumber crop. lie is advising
TO
"'. 101 Main street. He is waiting Misses Anne Shockley, Katharine! and Tuesday, at his Dollar Limit the: 4-4-50 formula, and is recomrnend- will fill them. 48-tf.
,ntne for the "rest! of the crowd" to get -- J'Wyckoff, Norma Griffin CorneliaLancaster blankets i be
shoes hats. the applications
, and Sam L. Store. Drygoods !i ing that spray READ THE VALLEY GAZETTELOVE'S
Comer
and L. and
hark and start the horse shoes Ju<)ge T. Almenla Leitner weather
merchandiseare If the
all sorts of made every ten day
G' the Osce etc., -
,.. croquet. Lupfer, Jr., delegates Protective from Association Mesdames F. C. Edwards, A. F. FI'ming advertised in this issue on page ,I should be wet, spraying: should be -- .- ..
Fish
and
--- ola Game and Louise Vernon.
and these are only a part of i more frequent than once every ten
)Don't forget that the Ideal Bakery attended the meeting of the I three, .
il! the place where you get sixteen state association in Jacksonville( Tuesday COUNTY ADVERTISING !the many offerings., |days.
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,n' .tuncca of good bread for nine centl.f. .- night. Twenty counties were represented GETS QUICK RESULTS I -- The angle disc nozzle on the end ofa .
'CUCUMBERS I
FALL shouldbe
with about fifty delegates. SPRAYING three-foot iron extension rod

4 :\ .-... c. M. Schmidt, who was recently The meeting was devoted chiefly to Last week The Gazette started WITH BORDEAUX MIXTURE used, since It permits the effective AUTOS FOR 'HIRE ( .. ,
operated on in an Orlando hos-! methods (lending out four hundred copies of PREVENTS DOWNY MILDEW {I and easy reaching of the under side '

i iItl vital was brought back to Kissimmee Florida'.roi. ild life and natural'eeoureek The Gazette to a selected list of pros cucumbers reporting of the leaves.with the pray. This is .ALL'NEW'CARSr
of are ;
Monday and is convalescing nicely. serve It was decided to increase pective home seekers, in. accord with '' Growers trouble fajl from downy mildew" necessary, because the disease devel- We make '.a:specialty oC,,

;, *?" is staving-' with her son, Johnnie the county orfanirations' membership the plan adopted by the county commissioner ) certain areas being I. ops on the .upderslde. ,of, the leaves., .t'
from
Schmidt at hU horn in the city tor fees in the state association from the' first of the month. the reports Calls are being '( Professor Springer says that 'from' > Party,Trips? e
alarming.
next to I'
hi" f short time before-returning!; to.her twenty-five cents to fifty cents Wednesday A. S.' Nelson, who carrieda the Florida Experiment testa made during the sprinr (and, #
made
nome In Pinedale d trlct. of the Oa- classified, ad in last week's issue, j upon of the bordeaux b
the, J. E. Lupfer president Norfolk Station and the county agents in the' summer present year Kl.dsat IleeJgnitrtee+< }
in
letter from a man .
received
AaocUtion a the follow.
Protective ia beneficial for
Game '
a; Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, ceola FIsK1 and who said that someone various counties. The pneral.anawerbelnK' spraying ?;'Itarl ae'
It hat appointed a'' membership ; 'Virginia, J' -' with ing-reasons"It lengthens the picking
.bordeaux
Orlando Florida. .Medical,*.Sursclcal, committee aa follows: J,'M.ifillaon"phairma had lent hima paper from, Kissinamee giren." is' 'lIpra, *. season from ten to fourteen dos'c;It I Oppesit.Brob3dway PwtefAa: iP 51h .
mixture. .
I t tII "Uternitys Capacity... 100-v. patients Johnson8. ){ and, he was interested. Hemade \ and'It 1'eIulta,1n
) ; P. the yield f'
extension increases,
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rest diet J. detailed, inquiries "plan '
II, Equipment ; ( 'Sandenon,: and. 1 a'bettergnality' "'offMtgivhtE''a,
J.i Entrtken'W, . .. 'entomologist\and .plant patholofQ ; .
r'-al' then eu lr.j.nxc'Jred. : W -'" ''M .4> "- Ling. I f comiag-to Florida.. \ ... f ;'"wi ,elasI
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I II VOLUME II KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 12, 1923 NUMBER 5 -'
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Editor, .._.._..,....____Fred Lupfer TilE SENIOR CLASS SOPHOMORE NOTES ,, ,'"

N Assistant Editor.AlberU Brunson I Just watch\ the Senior class this I I The gophomore-class' Ii going. to "',I,

REPORTERS year, folks! There are twenty-six of edit newspapers for English class '. ,,,,:,"," t" ,, , "
1 12'th Gmde.k..Elizabeth G. Moseley us, so you"ll be doing pretty well if The class has been .divided into five : .. ., }'" "
11th Grade.._.?.?_-Rebekah Miller you keep up with all of us. Ever groups, each ntriving; to pUt out the 1
10th Grade_.-....___.._Irene Spence since we entered high. school it has best paper. The pupils study the different ,' t
t 9th GJ't.deDol'othyBullock been our aim to have the largest class newspapers to get the proper :',..,r, ,
,, Mu lo Dcpt..Mary Louise Snodgrasa. ever graduated from O. H. S. At form and style. But a queer thing 'it
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I last it looks as if our hopes are to be. about this studying: the pupils fine N 't \'' patL t .X3E 4'rftF

Owing. to the fact that we are trying realized. We have twenty-ix in the it necessary to spend more time 'on
: to keep our paper as good as class which is more than any nunl- the comic section djf these papers than ,."
possible, and that we cannot dropour 'ber' that has ever graduated before, ''on the news sections.
studies, each four weeks we cleft ''the class of 1916 being. the next larg-. I i a'Ar'
new reporters We elect a reporterfor l lest number I Rooters may ;;;t make the team, k"f ,
1 We entered the ninth grade about but they help it put forth its best "
each of the four grades in high .. ; :;:', ..,
4 'school and also a reporter from the '''fifty strong; in the tenth we had fal-i! The man on the sidelines is playing _"'k '';", -' :w, )' "
music department. If you have been 'len off to about thirty-five; in the the game as much as is the fullback " "' ,...'
r reading our paper, you will notice eleventh we had twenty-eight and ;on the gridiron when he gets out and
that ,this week's edition introduces a now in the twelfth we have twenty- ; backs his team. All of us cannot playon ; I '
set of new reporters. Our reason ''six. The boys in our class are in the the team, but we can do our bit I .... ". .
+ for electing. new reporters so often I'I minority for we have only four, but !by coming out to the games and root- ..
is to give everyone in high school n .what they lack in quantity, they make ing for our team. They are our rep
chance to show their talent, (if they I up in quality while our twenty-two resentatives. Let's back them! ONE OF HOLLYWOOD'S FOUR-STORE BUILDINGSA
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'girl have bth of these characteristics. i
} have any) and while the students are ?} i
i in as reporters we expect them to. So be expecting a large class, : HARK, Tin FRESHMEN SPEAK FEW FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA'S LATEST AND MOST SCIENTIFI.
give "all that they have." ,folks, and we shall try not to disappoint I --
1: you. Some newcomers may add It's time to speak in a general way, CALLY PLANNED CITY AND> RESORTHOLLYWOOD
i Ito our numbers, but even if none Of a Freshman we'll call for convenience -
As was the custom last year Mi. [homes, we'll have twenty-six if every I A,
I Shaver is providing some entertain- ,one-but of course everyone is goingtol Who's much like'-B, and very like C, BY-
ment for the school every Monday. But not for a minute like you or me.. '
Throughout the year various pupils I I (Or anyway not like me.) I L THE-

will take part by giving readings/ JUNIOR NOTES I
songs, or piano solos. Last Monday I He dodges all the Sophomores, SEA
'? Eleanor Rosen gave us a very de- One month of hard work has passedbut ''And hides behind the class room doors,
the Juniors are looking forward Thinks hc'a in the hardest luck
lightful reading, "The Crowning Indignity -
l by Wilbur D. Nesbit, which I eagerly to still harder work in the i Ilf he hears "Grab your ankle buck!" WHAT WAS-A PINE FOREST AND) TOMATO FIELDS TWO YEARS

was enjoyed by all. We hope that she coming months. The Juniors have ( I mean hard luck.)
will soon give us another such read- had some interesting work in all clas- |I f(1 AGO THIS l\IONTH-IS NOW A MODERN CITY WITH

ing. We all enjoy hearing Eleanor ses. The most interesting of all is Oh, he's awfully new and awfully of 'hit\"lll'l"
their which Miss Leitnet is $200,000 hotel in Spanish style (100,000(; worth of building either completed or
read and she seems always willing to pageant | !green, opened February, 1923. Now starting second under construction.
110 do anything for O. II. S. I I having/ them arrange. This is a The dumbest looking/ thing you've cver '
,
Miles of
pnKeant of the Month" and though I season. paved streets and sidewalks, with beau.lIand..ome .
seen,
it is not yet completed, the Juniors But!; he tries hard and at the worst post office handling mAil. dried, parkways.
11I1 THE LANIER LITERARY ]assure you that when it is it will be can Hollywood State Hunk on the UoulcvardCnriige Hollywood Boulevard, 1UO feet counting side
i you say
a work of art. :j|| You : of fifty cars capacity oinks the widest pit v.I. street in Florida.
SOCIETY I I were a Freshman too, one day.
Electric Excellent
i --- i i Keep: on the watch for any hints ( remember that upper-classman light plant. drinking water, oft enough, for ilom -
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f I The Lanier Literary Society h..ldits ';about the Junior play:! I 1,1'0 gay') Water Four store works and[plane office !buildings! that provide nine. \\'OPI'IM<'"! tu.f.:1.:UKCNI.| bathing beaches on the ocean.
last and
first Friday, according ----- --
meeting
i i'i'I / to the interest and "pep" of ,THE HENRY:'; W. GRADY i Dear I Rt'ailois.:: Would, it not be teen store rooms and eight offices. 5't', i.f ;all kinds in xl>un !Substantial fire station. \ ,, I" hotel I
DEBATING SOCIETYThe > :, and apartment house futilities
the members this it looks if both
year, as benffiriiil! ( and entertaining for
Two houses of 50 and the
I life
one rooms \ (
I apartment Chamber of Comnivice l
I we will have not only the largest !but : the mu'.Inl organizations of Kinsimmec1 un" an arriveother
henry W. Grady Debating 21;. Woman' Club,
i the best society that the The school has | ('itty bad I the lust debate of the so"ii i- 'to" have a "Music Memory Contest Lag: *' slat l lit r UM- fur the nurseiy.er I iiuilx i! 'r jatd and, ImiMiiig: suipl\| I I plant i / "
seen in 0"/1'\I
many. years program i son'on I Ifist Friday, the subject of the ': <)\' one bundled icMdenrc'S either completed o ing an .'fl tII'" Mock, ,
last Friday was as follows: I This is just what to
'debate- we are hoping
Resolved That "
1. Song_ __ __ _ n _--By the Society lent : : the reint I|i do! in the rating year. Klsiimmee under construction. ( utictete, blink und tile mill
will be
< earthquake more bench- I| All buildings in the city proper are of stuoio.with :: .h and door factory.
2. Reading---------- Irene Ingram cal than harmful to Japan. Those taking I{': told 4eit.imly!: be "put on the map"if the Spanish style pic-dominating.
3. Vocal l>uet_ __ Jluth Herzbrrg the affirmative were Catherine this <'old !I.>.' accomplished because manufacturing plant..

'._ ___ Helen Chapman i Denning and John Sanderson the hoIpatue there were( but 2Hfi; S cities, last Year :New'; Railway Station, the Inrffettt and moM altratlur houlb of JnckaonvRle, now under actual construction.
+ Accompanied by Mae Winn ! Emerson Squires und I Delia I Il in the whole) Unitc-ii States which held :'New Golf; and Country Club llou--e now bring liu'll; al| a rnM tlf t MOO.'MHI.' One of the
4. Jokes______________ Fred Lupfer i I/eclbetter.l Many !good points were such a contest. finest 18 hole golf course in the South.
+r 6. Life of RileyCarrol Makinson brought out on both sides but the | Come on, everybody let's have one
6. Reading "An Old Sweetheart of (judges derided in favor of the in our town! STI'I>Y THIS 1' ITIU.ASSEn I.OC,\T1OIUKK':'; I J""M 0'1> 'I'llIHIIE| || : IIIGHVV(; ', TilE ,\T-
a I Mine,".,'_ _ __ _00_ _Miss Leitne-r tin' This debate proved that nega-we i ----------- 1.\11':'; )(' Of'EN.. .MAIN 1.111F.:'; : t;: C. K. 1 H.. IHI, 1M.\N| \\'AIKItVMKIKKV: 1 :'; MIIFS:
4 I, 7: Violin Solo':._-___--_.Ethel Owen have some real good debaters in our '| Mr. Bowen-Now, to what class do :NORTH'; ) OF MIAMI: FIFTY MILES SOUTH 01' I I' \l'.M HKACH.
I Accompanied by Mae Winn I i Kouety und when the is vegetables containing belong
wehope nitrogen
year over Mail the for full information about theweeklv
8. Chorus. -_____ .Margaret/ Waring, ?" coupon I'LKASE I'St t : THIS COCI'ON :
to have
: developed many more. I sightseeing and inspection tours to
i
Lucille Griffin: Katherine Mose-
I t Vivian(who was not listening) "I Hollywood Hy-The-Sea and Miami, wist illiis: .1. R" Sinqrefield, Representative,
ley, Jeanette Squires. First Soph-"What are the cells of know I !"
know
Accompanied by Mae Winn j I the traced] literature and folder IN THE LAND ofPON'CE KiFsimmee' Florida.
loot cap called? Mr. Bowen-"Well tell
9. Piano Solo__-___Raymond Tyner Second Soph "Capsules" (Cap I us. Miss Floyd." suppose you de LEON. I Di-ar I : ,11'-: Please sendme I without any obligation
Critic's
10. I
Report.
cells
) Vivian "
-"A-a lean meat! HOME SEEKERS REALTY CO.. on my part full information and illustrated
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Agents for weekly tour
NEID LOCATED OIL WELLSON ticn. In Oklahoma Tie located three family use. The owner called Mr.
HIS NORTHERN HOLLYWOOD( LAND AND! WATER CO.
TRIP wells for a prominent promoter, NAME _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 00 _ . _ _ . __ _
which are now being drilled. Kis-simmee!
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Charles Nied returned to Kissimmee Mr. Neid believes that the northern spot ( : well, told him J. W. YOUNG, President, ADDRESS
last week from four months' states will become just as pro- J I I to drill there, and told him how deep J. R. SINQUEFIELD Representative.: - H - - - -

ri a trip to Oklahoma, Minnesota, and ductive of oil as the southern. Thereare i jhe would have to and what 122 Main Street\ Florida _
North Dakota go height Kissimmee CITY _ _ _ _ _ _ . _
which
during he spent some oil wells now he says, in the water would rise in the well.\ The -
considerable time studying oil and North Dakota, and he located a gas 'well was dug and Mr. Neid's prophecy I -- - ..-, .-- -- -
gas wells in addition to locating different well in South Dakota.
One of the
wells for various promoters. interesting features of his trip occurred The was new verified well was within only twelve thirty inches.feet .. ... -'" -- - ., '-" -, .- --- --_ -. -' .- .. -- ,,- ... .. .. ,-... .., -- -

He has. had a''great deal of exper in .South Dakota, where a deep and produced an ample supply. {
t 'fence with water and oil wells but grocery man .had a 160 foot water A great many of Mr. Neid's friends t@ D (S

not with gas, and devoted much of well on his property, 'which' was not I urged .him to come back and live in ,
his time to studying the gas ques- supplying sufficient water for the his former state, but he says he Is
well\) satisfied to live in Florida the

AAAA "." " J.J".... _ _ 'rest of his life, his nine years resi- DeLand
"'TY. '-" "," " . -o- .."9 - ----rw- - - +-. -rr-i-rrvwr.r-- - - - - '<)enre here having made him a Plor- City Manager Finds
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idan forever.A

I';' 'I' ' ( ''Im/nil/ :;! ; ::m ''fllml :'f:: newspaper in Garrison, North o Skinner
/ 1/1/1111/ / Dakota, the Heaters Effective
n prints :following about
tflll', ( ;\ .I"II.'Jf'M' :: / USM'; }I
/ 'H /fll/ I'I' his in
( ! :Oi :/ :; : : : ! : i I success locating oil and other
.... ..., ,. {i7R'SF); if+ I I'wells, in the north:
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.. '( 'has Neid, of Kissimmee Florida, Mr. E. W.
) y 1' an old friend of Andrew Kerzmarzick, 9 Brown, city manager of DeLand considers SKINNER

I I I both having been farmer neighbors to COKE HEATERS as important in the park work as any agricultural

( Boys and Girls-- oUGillt in :Minnesota, has been here since the implement, fertilizer or cultivation.
first of the week visiting.
< i, Mr Neid is the inventor of an instrument Writing under date of July 15th, Mr. Brown 8a's : "It affords me

FREE Pencils! ;< J ;|i for oil, coal intended and water for veins.use in lie testing owns : pleasure to advise you that the work of the Skinner Coke Heaters in

> ( ,s l''''n I mineral spring in Florida which wag r protecting the tender plants and shrubbery in the DeLand Park from

A free checkerboard lead pencil ,*' u* r: I'located' by this instrument and where the cold was moot satisfactory. The Park caretaker advises me that in
., : I I the! has established a health resort I
with a special square eraser will be' :: Mr. Neid is usually as an a wide radius of these heaters'not a single plant was damaged during the

given free to any boy or gill who CiICIIENifiq! : I expert in this line and charges $50.00a cold period of the past winter. We deem them as necessary to our park

Y brings usi an order for 100,, Ibs. or y ( :; trips.day and his fare for his locating work as any agricultural implement, fertilizer or cultivation. Very truly I

more of Purina Poultry Chows. Mr. Neid has located an oil vein yours, E. W. BROWN City Manager."

y t near the Kerzmarzick farm house
r Look in our window and see the I'f the Stephenson flat, which is 1900 on Invaluable plants and trees requiring years of careful cultivationmay

,o free pencils? feet below the surface, about 40 rods be saved from frost and freeze at small\) expense by the use of
wide and running northeast toward SKINNER COKE HEATERS


town.Mr. Neid advises getting outside The low cost of these will surprise you. Made of Armco rust-proof
Florida Feed Stores :1.1 capital interested in developing the iron will
local coal field. 1. they last for years. They have beyond question solved the

( Tests! of the instrument were madeon grove and crop insurance problem. Play safe.

a well whose measurements were
306 Broadway I known and also of a coal vein on the

: Wm. Soukup farm, and in both instances Skinner

Telephone Us Your Needs measures.the instrument gave accurate R Machinery Co.

I il ------ h '; OX 119 Dunedin. Florida.
CALL UP NO. 218TWO.ONEEIGHT
Milk is the most efficient food for V
( ) .? all\ ages It supplies adequate pro-

teins, mineral salts and vitamines, Service. Department
,' HEADQUARTERS FOR I materials essential to body develop- Hklnnrr MHchlnrrr Company,
ment and Dunedin. Florida
( J body maintenance. It is
{1 indispensable for children, and much 4_ Send Information aboul heater equipment reQuired -
1 PURINA POULTRY CHOWS needed by the aged and infirm. f t to protect my arroro, n

I r r I . .. .. .. arrea In .ro.... Varieties.lnnch .
e r 1 HIGHWAf BEAUTIFICATIONPLANS
t I ARE ENLARGEDCarl 1.n.
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Lehman, Orlando chairman of

the highway Florida benutificatton Development committee Board's, Nam. .. .. r.. ... . '. .. . . .. .. ,. . . .... .,

announces that the for the it itY
state.wide meeting to program be held In Or- Addr..... . . , . . . . . , . . . . . . . .
lando on October 24 has been enlarged I
to include discussion of beautification II I

plans for railway; stations and]
Fr F- right of ways; school church, and ,
civic! center grounds, as well 8S of / I
public highways. and streets. '. iLy I
The sessions will be held in the t'f

court,, room, beginning at ten *. m.;
I two p. m., and seven-thirty. p. m. On
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the following-day there will be a .mo 6''

torcade, starting ..from Orlando at .
nine a. m. to .e* what han,beep accomplUhed . ,.. I
in Orange arid Lake coon --- '
ties in' beautification Of the' highway I nerving i4 oni at'the,Montverde}ail ; '
Florid} [
> *, SUt >Realtor At : rd initle'
'od lrlorldttDevelopn.nt j : itthe
v. to
+ t by of I Bo*
elimination, nnsightly icna. ..ehool at fifty .nta.p r plat. > I IFlorida and repreaenta, of oxvl J }
civic ;
tioftl : 'IDatructive'and Inepra'
i .t. Arrangement* have' ,,been, mada for 'The Federation .Women' I zatioa.' program '
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co-operating
ru vrMw tM .Maw wr .t' " "* ., .J; with'jbhef UOD&1. .ifor. a mow beautiful (Florida.." ;
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!I- QYEE',THE TEA-CUPS MISSIONARY SOCIETY'GIVES . '.. .-
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LEGAL ,ADYERJISEMENTSi 'Tbus'dh. 'Mrp. M. E. Turner entr-. FAREWELL ,-0- MRS. GEDGE!: I .

I J lie es goodly I numberIn The Missionary! 'Society of the

IV'TlfCI COUNTY COURT Uf AND FOR I- 11f'I'1:1O'.0': CRBDITOKS *nd her pretty Christian church ,held its regular"

OSCEOUA COUNTY FLORIDA.ATrC11MENT'DAMAUET Is) C..rt .( t.. CMaty !..... C -.. little bungalow Broadway.' Tuesday meeting Friday afternoon, October C, Occupation License .
r >5e** C_.tr. tate .(.Flevtta. afternoon.. The van parlor' andliving at the home of Mrs. T. M. Rivers. !

COMPANY In re Estate of \Vllhtm Schmidt,. Deceased. room were "cap.city filled" After, the .
THE OtfW FERTIL.IZKR!: business was disposed of .- r ? f *tl 1,I"1
a corporation organised and exhtlniunder oi To all Creditors, Leg-atee. Distribute,* with congenial guest There wa no by the president Mrs. S. B.. Aultman; '
and by virtue o< the Law. and all Persons formal Led by Victrola, ::, .
having Claim or program. a very interesting program was conducted c.
th. stat.of Florida. .. PlalnUIt. Demands against said Bstatdt several community song .were sung by Mrs. ;Julius Smith the lead : I '
You. and each of you, are h r by- no- tea and small cakes and .
w.WTUIAM tided and required to present were served . er" for the afternoon., In addition to NOTICEII, \'
any .
CAI'TAI'f:' L.TNO also claims and demands which yon or I much friendly I converse the regular program,. Miss' Elsie MeCoskey '
known.,es GAIT:: .W. LYNO.Defendant I, either*..f you. may have against the en- In the offering basket were drop. favored the society with a I
tar I.
tate of Wilhelm Schmidt deceased late ped eight and one-half dollars the ". I
Notlea It herebY Rlyen that the above of Klsstmmee, Oiceola County Florida, for reading, "The Faithful Few.. .. 'J 1
('nUtI." .ult 1999onl' the and byeat to the undersigned AdminUtratrlx of Sunday school fund of the Presbyter. Delicious refreshments of pineapple 1 .
AUKuat A. r>. Instituted said estate within two ian church t.
sherbet cake
years from the and were served by the
ad r..polld..n.,111m >
.tachment; that summon data hereof.Dated '
Tonight there"will be social in
we" Issued l a c tln.t Captain WIN Hrpt. 11th. A. t>. 1828. a hostess.
Ham, Lynn. also 1 known' a. Capt W.I . 801'HIA SCHMIDT the Sunday school rooms, and on Those In attendance were Mrs. T. NOTICE is hereby given that all

I I.'C., the defendant In paid of cause Onceola but 40-91 Administratrix. Tuesday afternoon 'October 16. Mrs. M .Rivers, Mrs. Julius Smith, Mrs. S. ;

.durnedunserv: d. Sheriff th* defendant belnic Marter will be hostess of a tea partyat B. Aultman Mrs. Charles N. Phillips, ,

r. lit of tn'! State of Florida; that Bold In Circuit Court for th. Seventeenth; \ her home corner of Bryan and Mrs. A. W. Winn Mrs. Lyles V. Story, occupational licenses. expire oh

Writ ..f Attachment. ha. been levied de..erlb-by Judicial In and for Circuit the County of the HUh of Oaceola.of Florida In. Beaumont. All these affairs will receive Mrs. Provin, Mrs. B. C. Miller, Mrs.I

wild Wai Bhorlff.tato on the belonging following to said dll- Chancery. Ellen Thomas. complainant free offerings for the benefit of L. H. Gedge, Mrs. G. R. Dayson and
30th and
f..1.nrtnnt, ..ltuat wit a In Oa- vs. Virgil Thomas respondent Di the Sunday' school fund made.necessary Misses Lizzie Doneg-an( Elsie McCoa- September must be renewed -
....111 l count cp'lrldpo : vorce. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: by the remodelling of the "cot key and Edith Miller
Virgil Thomas
The noulliweat quarter (8W%) You are hereby commanded 'tage" into an eight room Sunday The society to add that this
.. Section Seven (7). Township to appear In the above entitled regrets promptly. Information will be
Twniy f -.l* (IS) nouth tango suit at the Courthouse door at KUalrn- school (enter. was a farewell meeting for Mrs. L. ,

Tw<'ntyntne (It) rant. levied up. mee Oaceola County, Florida, on the Cth H. Gedge who will soon move to TamP -
the property of Captain WINllim day of November. A. 1>. 11121. WITNESS I "A family dairy cow for every rural *.
L/ynw. the defendant in the the Honorable C, O. Andrews as JudKe home in Florida/ that is the key to filed against all delinquents after
of
the above Coart and
a
my name
.
.shove, therefore cnu.e.Nuly your the. said 'Captain Clerk thereof and the seal. of said the establishment of the dairy industry STATE BOARD WARNS INST .

William I.Yngealao known as Capt. Court fit Klssfmmee, Oaceola County, I in this state on a permanent successful ITINERANT PEDDLERSA
\\. Lnir. defendant, and all other per-" Florida, 'on this the 14th day of Sep basis.America's. October 15th. !
hereby required to tember A. D. IMS.
eonsutrn'.lnd.'rWnVliy be andPI"are to ..aid *<" J. U. OVBRSTRKKT. I __ n __________ great many professional mendicants
)lou ? As Clerk of the above Court. peddlers and fakirs are arriving H
llmmif. YiHceoU County Illorida.Kon <<
Rulo Bay in November, A. U. 1MI. JOHNSTON A QARRBTT.. TheFlorida Development Board renews
the the 6th of thepaid As Counsel for Complainant. 4S-8t C. L. BANDY .
Monday
hat. bring month; else Judgment ",dar be en- 1 the warning it sent out last sea
"IC"lnat you by default and thin NOTICE or DIUBOI.VTIOIV' op son in the hopes that no permits will

tarred cause a, |Ill proceed o. provided by law CO-PAKT11EKHIP: be issued by city officials to the peddlers Tax Collector. ,
nod the flute. of Practice of this NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN Thit and that all itinerant pencil, .
the firm of Davis
Pledger
a co-part
COU\SITVJKS8 J. I* OVBRSTniJKT.ri nership composed of Milton rl.ilnerand novelty or medicine peddlers be madeto
rk nf the County Court In and For Bills: F Davis, has this day beendlaaolved pay a full year license before
nrt.rola. Tounty. Florida, on this 4th by mutual consent. they are allowed to operate in com
day "' .\UKu.t. A. n. 11113.J. The assets and liabilities. of. said ftrrn / ? petition with established merchants. MIL TON PLEDGER Ve
I. OVFHMTRFET have been disposed of .cn *rillniT, to ,
Clerk County sort In and agreement between said partita, nnj rrrrcill ;
For 0..01. Count. Florida notice thereof In writing tins Dean RIVcn Florida's citrus fruit production for County .,1 a
(O.untj Court Peal to all imrtlea Interentod.. the year 1923-1924 will be 20,000,000 Attorney.
KELLY ., BUTTON Mr. Pledger will continue to occupy boxes according to the figures of ti
for Plaintiff JS-Ut the old office of raid firm, in the Stale 42-3t
AUorno.- Hank HulldlnK. while Mr. Davtawlllbe tG Statistician Fleming and .hIs corps of ,
(ouiity JudKe's Court In and tot located In the old Nave. nfflrns In the estimators. More records broken. ,
Ii i.N.,volii. ('..unl)'. Florida In the mat Dank of Oareola County RulMliiflt! annual record Look out California. .
I. i "( the .-.11111' of J U Tumblin ile hated a/ Klaalrnrni-e. Florida on this .
HHnl Notice of Application for Final 4th day of October. A. 1>. If:IS of fire loss averages -- -- - -- -- -- r

' BUI/TON' Eiinisn.; .
,' ,':\.;<.,KUN'(. Notice la hereby I RlvcTc that 43-11 EI.1.1S F. DAVIS. 1352 Hotels BACK GIVES OUT
"ih limit.iiilKnrd, n. Atlml nlHtrntor of -
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i iRtnli' of J. 11 Tumblln. deoi-imi-il.

." .11, '|1'1.1)fur| | l-tMN'r lo the Judge of "IHnOiHrKt"t the, whose f r .nii I Florid: has .many advantages for totally destroyedFire Plenty of Kissimmee Readers' Have Rubber Stamps
i 1
includ\
and
,iliiUnlmriillnn of til. nl>n\i- Hlilti. aiding cattle hogs sheep This Exjfkrlence
,"n h.. .,.rrll',' of the Meld| .lu<.1m> at KlxnI InIn.edom; from depredation of I insurance is of course all You tux the dneys overwork
," . FI I lollIn' on the tat day of Nov wolves. The Missouri legislature has important to the owner of large them- / a
.
,,,,l I..,"i .\,,\II>II 1021 1123 This Hi. KlHi tins o'I appropriated $15,000 for extermina- properties. I They can't J
IM.lM 1 INUIl.\Mi tion of wolves. and other predatory There are however Rra 3<'8 of .

i.iiniiM, mini .>r HI.' ..I"'. '.f.< animal, and the federal !government insurance. The bet includes n I, The hack! may (give out it may of Rubber Stamps, Dates or Pads
I
i I IuillII,, ,,, ...1..1"OI.OW."S: : l A. n MUIII THi has m. trhod that Mum. to pay expenses ",,>rvice of systematic fire pre ache and pain; ,l h

's.l fur Haiti .\.I.I..r, of tiappers, to help protect their I vention such as is offered by Urinary troubles may set in.
3SNOMI -"t t lit e stock the )Hartford Fire Insurance Iion't wnit longer take \Doan't
_. I Kissimmee Gazette {
-i.:--'lo---i -'lI'IIITU"---" - Company Kidney PillsKihsimmee. Valley

f the f'uunfrInrtur.. OMifri! .:..,.,'-:..::x4444441"vti 4444.: --'Nr4; people tell you how theySI't. '
In I curl <> 4 Insurance Facts Ask neighbor KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
your
114).19. .tote uf Klorld :- I .
,, .luhnI. I\\111"1.,1., <,s'r,1 Mrs A. J. Key 80.J! : lIu hey St, 1
I 1 lirl: '"I..r ELLIS F. DAVIS :
? I.i : :: Fire InmiraiKp ritmpnnlrM ranntnkr I
.
T.. till Ci .III... .. 1.1. aI < ; j..r 1 I' KissimnKC, says: "I endured) severe!
I ..IHtlll>1ltN Hllll. Illl l I'ct antis tMII v .\riOI.; 1AT: LAW -:- liut a R rent dl.Irlbalakte from backnr'e Morning '
,,, lllllllH 01 h 1 IIi.tI..l .IKUIuY l l profit OM their net turuov.rCall I misery : my -- -- -
Iu > II>1IU i sI 4S
,, ,rni,,tiM ... bark Hag sore and lam anti I couldscarcely ) ,
.,
I I"twit" f 1111" oi i ''\lIIl.v Uulltll"1 1 1 .
.
.. . h,'M by n'- start housework .
fret
t i nd n h uf ) DII u' ;. 4 h. i ( bnnirry I <4 rlnituall'rucll ; my Mj
.I nq| ,. '1IIIt..I lu I'r.1 uimil ..\. .> ...e -: on this agency i bloated badly and I hd: l to take hold "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For '
"'" ., fl. mil ode \' h 11h ) cm ; ... 1: ISSII\II\lI" KI.OHI1I\ ... ( > Flor
auitltiHt fit' lof a than to keep fion falling with over 85 yearn the E. O I iilnt< r 1'ertlllsor Company hn furnlihtd
hose
.t.t .?.f.r JudiI'I\U. I ina\\'InH'II.I..y.: drrl.iit(.,1.1 1 1l .VO: i| di7zinp I heard .jbout \Dean's KdI : I i "
l 'f lar'.tlu. I'uu. lit s Kloilriit,, lo -IV w wwsvwww-\ii CARSON FARMER I rev (I' lh nnd trot n supply at Mmiok'i tia gives proof of Bntisfaotors rtsulla
.i\.1.1.i -........ \\ 1','ranne. ..Ih"1 g I Drug Store. Uoan's promptly nliev- ('011.1) IIKTTKII l-lllTIIl/.l'U Hi: >IIKK MOULD MAKE IT i
.. ..In'-- ultliln' two v
l.Idd
iln,I,, I II>n ,'lut' her.af.lvuaal : II. STANFORD 4 4Ia "The Insurance Man" ,ted me and cure me completely. Write for New Fall Price Lists Just I..ued
lath '\ II 11S1 [ Price KOc. at all dealers. Don't
I '.d't "I I E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville HoridmEfcrybody
,
,
,
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Iil'lltlils \v I'KiiHONH. tEAL ESTATi. nE T.\J.S v Phone IH. I. Imply ask foi a kidney remedy--Ret 1
'"t 1X -I UtOIi INSUKANCB 4 Or llober.oM*. Drug Store Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that

2-J'l llruxlnar Kla.l...*... KU. Mrs. Key had. Foster-Milburn Co,

i, i ,,i ill'anll, or th vuit State for of tin Florida nth ju'iuii1i In and! KISSIMMEG. FLORIDA v 4 I Mfrs., Buffa\o, N. Y. Who Is Anybody Adrertuw Their .w...." la th1* Valley CaMtte.

Ir HH r,"III| > Cnunty. Sperlal lton C O o.OOOOOO
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olu I'ountyllorlilii
I"licit. I Hut M< t No.4. Osc.
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Stale of IMorldu .......... -
iilulntlff. van
finiliintnltdatton' of lionilM NoticeTo 444444a484888404d4a484400'tp
THi": T.VX I'A YI'ItK AND 1MTIZICNHuf
l Mi''flal' Hand and Bridge lntrlrt Nn. | MILTON PLEDGER |
Florida, mild Hpeclal
4 unreoln County FLORENCE
Road end Jlrldice t>l.trlct belnt Town- ---- renceOvenst
fWi> Twenty-live Mont South, KanveTwtntyiievtin ATTORNEY AT LAW aP fl
<<<>7) of Tallahaaaoc State Bank Building 8

Mirldlan Oirrola County. Florida. You 4 KI88IMMEU : FLOH1DA t ,
in. hereby' required to chow rnuiie. If
I any you have.. on the, filth day of Sep P-0 MOC'4'a'a4a0440a9'0
. temlier. A. I). 1.,J. at 'the' eourthqua.at PORTABLE OVENS 1 i

KlimlmnieF., -().oeola County. Florida..h . KRIBBS W. J. STEED
I ,\. the 1.0ndll l iif Hpeelal Ilniifl, and > F The Oven With the Baker's Arch :,
'.
Pount\ .
Oitr-oln
1'Idr IUnl, rid No 4. KRIBBS &: STEED
, rii.rlrlii. In liaralue of ,",10110 oU an.IIh

, I i", ,c.-, illnKa Upon' which the aainiii "......,.. and ,-.....1..... mt Inn i
shown l>\' the Petition _..... 1 1I
10".1 AM KU>I t lotIdaGeseral Baker's Oven circulation '
: Rounded like the
tint' 'hi the "lmIIIUKI In tin 1.1)< rk Hin P causes
," if the al'oi L'liiirt on tlii Blliiln pm.*tler !. ell State sad
? _
, .1.\. I h I 13. should not In Called 81.... toorta.PAT I
.1 1 191 _
, ulldn lard and. ..,...nrm..cI.1ITXKSS: : of heat and uniform baking. Your food will not be J
'J. Juilue of thi nliovi' I'ouit And m'
101.. HH Cl.Icrk of ..nt.l.t'.url nn.1 the JOHNSTON O. 1'. GARRETT

'i il,lor nnl '. IH, II..t. A 11 1921 JOHNSTON &:
J I.. OVKUTHEKTAH ATTORNEYS AT-LAW
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ditk. of atioCouit

,, ,? lilt I'oiirl Heal')HllHirTOIIIIHI )fats: 10, 11 and 12, Osceola Bank II \
.1' .11 SK'Ins *
) < I far Kpoclnl' ICoatl nod, 11101"I < Building. rr:-rri..i-s-.c 4d:-444C O'--N-c-<..:4'448; *M**4
I tn.t :No t. O.pi.ola (Count. FIrtdnI l FLORIDA j
39-rt KIS.S1.MMEK.
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I I 'h'ull.. --full-. -It III -and .for III". M.l\ill' DR. R. J. DENNING / i

l 'mill Ju.II\'I,1 1 I Olriult of the HtnteiilKl.nlllu DENTIST
OHC-eoln.. filllllH I" j I II
It for
unit
. hiiirrr'. .'. ) iiriler of I'uhllcallon' A gMI Over the PpstofftceJKKICK : Florence Oil Cook 1

i ,II.l1.. Mat hewa. In her own rluhliniilalnuiit HOURS: 9 to II .30, .to to i .
<'" va KI.Mlmiin.el.an'I".rn' Residence Phone __ .
I puss' ,.t al I. UeapondentHfkTHK HTAT: 174Office '
Phone lit .;
"I' .I.ClItIP.TO.. M. N. 111.unto Amanda l .; :
I'' I... Vol othorwlsu known nil Mr \
A II Ih. Poll) and Ilowliind. n. "e Y,1' Stove
her huKhand ; K. o. Meek Sarah' Mar I "J
I'rlwrnrd. >RBitiett Sophia I'littlB'rn, If !
AGNEWATTORNEYATI.AW
anal. rriomlintn me IIvln.and If anti' P. A. VANS i K 1
I nrlte-a
.
i ..apondl'nta or bay of them an .'n. Till' :; STATE OF KI.. HUDA ToMl .
) i.IK,,n. clnltnliiK an .InteieBt In tinluiiTi OFFICES. wicks valves '
h"nr"'r" deairlbeil under ...ildIn --_ -- Heats automatically controlled, no no ; ,
d IIH il I /poiidenta.. or otherwlne. In- Winter Park Florida T-- .
ilurtlnkall the helra. devlaeeH. Kranteeanil I I Ix .1
legs for leveling. .
under nm.f adjustable
iithir flultnunt. uf or -,
.. TIIFTATI
said homed' rennondenta Alan '
.< : 01- KlOKII TO: All partleljthfrvilne X44-0 70 d'444s 84444<.
.. '. olalmtnK nn lnti-r.-iit In a. '' 444444 ca I 1 I I

liiirtH 'VI Ill AHB IIICKKHV NOTII :" .,. Let us !show how simple the Florence is td light, -
that a bill to quiet tho title to the follwliiK .,i TURNER MARB.L3&r.RANITE you
.
In

) Morldn lhi 'lt>.'d lo of<'.(wlU Kli.almm.-e'rlb..d: |le property...lnnlnur O <'eoln nt located the County moat .*,i COMPANY-, TAMPA <*Co III, and how the blue flame is close under the cooking, :

a
W".I..rlCorn"r of Uot Four of Hlo<'k .,) MONUMENTS

}'lfI.', n of the Routh Florida Rallr.iideumpnny'n .,, 4 1 giving more heat. e1'Jt
of Klsahnmrr .
the Town _
to
Hurvey State M. J. Crowder Agent, Kissimmee
ell)'. Oareola C\>unt\ V. o 1
Plorldn, according to the ofnclnl plato .,, i
hi.leiif. filed and recorded amonir the DOOOOO<-+.OOOODDDOOOOD' :
of Orange County. FlorIda -
records
pul.lli. run thence !Northenaterlv along tO O o ( 4484Wr44848444484844844884 .OOOOO.
Church Street venty-Hve. feet to thena..t o o ooooo ? ?_T_
Northerly corner of aatd Lot Four
,.f aald Block fifteen; thence run M. TILLER --..

> h-tween Knutheaaterly Lot" along three and the Four dividing of .line aald : Real Estate Agency :t Come in and see the large assortment of beautifulOil
eHrhtvel -
of
Work Fifteen a Dlntance
)I ht feet: thence run SouthweaterlyPurallel i AND ACCIDENT ;i:
to Church Street a distance. of FIRE. LIFE. Cook, and Heater Stoves.
ai-vmty-flv feet to Drury av.nu.; + INSURANCE
thence run Northwesterly along Drury INDEMNITY BONDS ?
Avenue elRhty-eljcht feet to the placeof 1

henlnnlnrt. Bald land being a partOf tooo.oooo.ooooooo.oooooo.t . .
Lot Four at the .aid Block ,Fifteenabd .
altuated In and part of the North .
; half of Government Lot Four_of. Section KISSIMMEE PLUMBING
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i I Of ave South Twenty-two of Range.Meridian Township Twenly.nln.waa filed. East: ontth SHOPNothing

the Tallahawee A. T>. IsM. tn '.
day of Octoh Hardware
i d' We hove Court by Aa-nes Maude yoU Mat AND hT Makinson Big, Company
awn othera
,r'f JACM a "OF li st YOU trml and ARE: HEREBY COM-on Too Biff

In said cause '
HANDED: to tnpear Too Small
1912.
Nothing
'.lj f : >. Ird day of December A. V.Witness ,
't: + Honwrablft{ C. O. Alt 't '
rI. the' ; i
1 ;
.. .. *' ws as Jv<<*. of the above. court and \ . ..... :: L j f. .
my. ham.. a. Clerk thereof and the o'JJX GuaranteedTo' ., ii
i & of day All Work
said Court on tbl.'the' fth .
.
Ootober;. An 1913 .. : .......;... --- lIone.l 2 '
SatifactoT6Br9adway. .
J. t.. OVEflRTRT9ET.A. : !Courl.ClprIt'Court . Be; .... Near .Depot "earl't, . . _.I.' .: ., Jt'il:p- 't':' V I
.-Cl.rk'q1f: above' uUH ? :-: ... 'I\..II. ., ,.c _-. ," it '.r' "
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JIITT..It '''':I'C . el,
U'l .OHN8TOH al t1AR: ,I. V" Telcpbone 143 -- a rY.
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\, .. FRIDAY {. ,
ErG,",.' \. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, OCTOBER 11, .1.13 ",.

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1 celved many good withes and gifts volylng millions underway Lemon OSCEOLA LOSES TO '

from his little friends. Those .enjoy.. Bay district. FAST ORLANDO TEAM : :
![IN SOCIETY'S REALM ] ing this party were: Fred and Robert Palmetto Plans completed for from
{ 1) '
par
Gilbert, Bertha and Benjamin BurrowsDonaldand Miller erection of new state bank' building.TampaMelville the mighty Tiger tackle, broke ; }
Floanna and Arthur' ; Fertilizer Company through the Cowpunchers I and stopped ANNOUNCEMENT
FORMER KISSIMMEE GIRL Earl ''StinmanPatsy and Aileen purchase 115,000 site for 'new Harris behind his tine, and Grant
MARRIED AT FORT MEADE Johnston, Raymond and AUeen Day- 60000. recovered a. fumble for Orlando.
Miss Irma Overstreet, daughter of son, Bill and Kathleen O'Bryan, Cordon ,Reports from southern states Indicate Snyder laid Weaver* low with small t
A.. W. Overstreet, who was formerly and Marvel King, Adelaid and that large numbers.of negroes gain on right end and then stopped :
in' Kissimmee with the George W. James Wages, Virginia and Brownie who migrated north and west in the WetUtein with four yards on the I visited Kissimmee and I
liked it.
I
Persons store, was married Sunday Carter, Mary Frances and Catherine spring and summer have returned to other end. Forward pass failed and came back;"t"tI ;
afternoon to O. C. White of Fort Smith, Elizabeth Tedder, Dorothy the south, due to approach of Cotton Orlando punted out of bounds, Kis "
l Meade. The wedding was a' quietone Bell Katz, and DeRheta Alderman picking season and cold weather in simmee!; fumbled and Orlando receiv- bought. the Corner Grocery from Mr.\

only the ,immediate families. be.ing north and west. ered on Kissimmee's 5 yard line.Weaver Galloway(
present. FLORIDA WEEKLY. INDUSTRIAL bucked three '
Lupfer stop
Mr. White has been a resident of I REVIEW -. MAC LAWRENCE PAINFULLY ped him next time for no gain, then I have been in the grocery business in Live Oak :

Fort Meade twelve years, and is with 20,000 of BURNED BY GASOLINE=" FIRE WetUtein went through the. centerto .
county, acres
prominent in lodge and state Baptist (Orange$ a touchdown. Weaver failed to for sevenyears.' : :
orange, grapefruit and tangeripegroves :Mac:\ Lawrence, of the Broadway .
circles. Miss Overstreet has a large I score the extra point on a drop kick,
is netting out :3.000 additional Garage, was painfully burned" fon. A ,
of friends in Kissimmec who ended!
number The half with the
0.
score 32 to
acres this sea' >;on. day afternion while trying to remove I shall utilize
will wish them happiness. I my experience :
Half serving the
Second
I
Luke: Rpj.on-La Villa hotel being/ a receptacle from a gas tank. Some i peo-? ;
"JIMPSON" ROBERTS enlarged and improved. of the gas became spilled on the floorof Bullock kicked to Orlando's 10 yard pie of Kissimmee to the best of
Local house enlarging thl from !Iffie, Wettsteiri bucked to first down, J ? my ability. :\ :
MARRIED Leesburg- packing garage and ignited( a !gasoline ,
I J. Howard Robert,", familiarly I !: warehouse, installing new mnchmerv torch nearby. In attempting to and Snyder recovered a fumble.Squirt's .
of $KOUO. blaze Mr. at half-back, made: a yard, Come
known as "Jimpson, was married at cost extinj"ulsh.thl': Lawrence, Graham and in and get acquainted. i
Tuesday night at ten o'clock, at the j St. iC'tersburjC-New garage incinerator whose clothes were I saturated with was held fur no gain tr
residence of Judge T. L. Comer, to I being!: erected on Third1'c'nue.. I gasoline, got on fire, and before his an attempted forward )pass lost 5
Miss Pearl Sutton, with Miss Cubah! I Beverly--fi.OOO-aerc tract of land assistants could smother the flameswas yards. Grant blocked Graham's punt
Nesbit, justice of the peace, I being laid 1 cIt as tovyn site. of 1.100 very painfully burned on the and Orlando recovered. Weaver und
the perform'J lots. legs and Kips.Sticktoitism. Wettstein circled the ends, ; Snyder
inR' ceremony.The PRIVrui
groom is well and _' -Avon Pal\\k.-- 1400-acr tract of stopping each with small gains.!: Bullock P. R. j
known in Kissimmee where he has farm and citrus )lands In this sectionto is one of the processes J stopped an end run that looked

operated a'taxi service for a numberof be developed by Georgians.: of succoss. It was largely: responsible like a clean getaway. Wettstein /
years. Miss Sutton came to Kis Tallahassee-West Florida Power for tAle (eradication( the sweet 'made three round end. Squires ,
simmee a few months ago from 'Company take :20-year lease on localjower potato weevil from Baker county by broke and threw Tinker for a loss. THE CORNER GROCERY

Sparks, Georgia, with her family. plant, plans made for exten, the federal department of agriculture A very Tinker pretty double pass Weaverto ,
The couple are residing: at present at and the plant beard of Florida. scored another touchdown 'r'4
have sion.Cocoa New purchasesproperties ---- -" -. - on Tinker's 20 yard run. Joe Tinkerscored PHONE 36
the Dayson hotel, and many I company i
fi h'! friends in Kissimmee who wish them of Florida Cont Line and at placement. RCUJ':19: to 0. ,

.. I happiness. Transpoitntion' Company for $985- 2"Smith yard line kicked and to"Ham"H. Brown ran if\buck on the Courteous Treatment For Our Mutual Welfare :
[ I Il
II: BRIDGE FOR lioflSt.. l''tc'r"lmrCX"V/ business !blockto I AGRICULTURAL POINTERS 20 Wettstein intercepted another ,. :

I Jj MRS. BULLOCKMr. I be erected on Baum avenue. J forward puss and ran ::15 yards to auiichdown. ,YP S6P SO4QQ. .. .. . ..., '. ..
:: and Mrs. J. Nathan Bryan entertained Mary 'Ithl'l'-Ne\V' road planned] to I Tinker convett,d Score
.1 It ;tl'NN= = "1",1 =,1'1:1'< : ::': 4fi to 0.Squires.
a congenial group of friend connect this city with Yellow r \'t'T.Apuac'hi'nlll''Ile'w ----- --- ---- ------ --- -....=
1 Friday night at their home on Broad ] :' up-to-date ice' -- received the kickoff on. the
way, 'in honor of Mrs. )Dick Bullock plant being installed]! to tou-, seafood :Many: growers.: over' the entire c-t-! J 15! yard line and ran the ball back
belt- from the
of Georgia.! Mrs. Hunter Oillard between" ''I'U" an- getting away I 1":>. Squires* failed to advance on a

., proved to be the winner of the high shipments.ISagd.id New; ; saw mill to hi- coinpk'ted old idea that the to grove I turn under must the be plowed line buck, then made five yard, on IF IT'S QUALITY YOU WANT = REGINA IS
and received Jonteel compact, every year summer ,right end run. Proctor blocked 8111.l'l'k's -
!score a ami 1 ready for operation) soon.
and Miss Foda McNeil was given the ,I Quincy-Plans made for erection of cover ,crop but instead< the grower 'punt and Orlando recoveredthe j WHAT YOU'LL BUY
is double the
consolation. prize, a Kewpie sticker. I disring. cutting voirctation ball. Third! 'ijuarter ended with
tobaccoari'hi l I.e controlledby
uMs I I to |
II'' nil to pieces and then fertilizing I I the' ball in of ,
Mrs.. Bullock was presented with possession Orlun In onIKi'Simmce'S
farmers and iiti'/.ens. 2.UOO: ; acres the feitilizer it.wllh .
beautiful desk memorandum.Those working I :W'urd! line., I
to I be set out in tobacco this! season.Knckledge harrow This lust '
enjoying the occasion, in addition the Acme Third Quarter .1
I
I t ;New; Indian River hotel I
will I h.ivithe '
J to Mrs.I Dick t Bullock] the '1011oree completion.Titu.sville ] woikinir arrovaarrov 'I lie final period saw' almost a III"\
were: :Mr. and !Mrs.\ Bob Bullock ]- neaiing I t -J.r.OH-acre tract! of .">- I glove" in (roodhapr, for future team in fur Orllll101o.'c'u"'r -c :Mr.: and Mrs. Hunter Di1Iardli88,11 harrowing t throughout the \sjrllerund ,1\ to l I" tlic- only Tirc-r maul\ who. :
null-! ..,';'all frontage. sold] for :;::!.-tI.OtlO( ( (), | i
:\ Norma Griffin, Anne Squires.Violet I' t... be- dl-\C'Kld)| lls !sulllllV' j.iui., piing 1 'I file l I"e--t I "t'tiiSetlgitn I fur had sta.vc-d in tin mine iranic-, JIM,
: and l lMcssrs. I this Itraruct'living' I the 'nv..>nM > Pinker, m.'ede Bullock, Foda McNeil ,, ,Viculia! Wi'i k st.irteif( viird-- through" !: I In II
t itiucI
Joyce Bowen, l.'ircy Johnson. I 11,1\! or> loud in' It.Solo.uunlV mi tin -clad,, ) 'lt- Of till-. "tlCM--. Illttllllf till line :iinl l \r\ i I. i. -tupped, |lt Tnikifoi! and Double Mesh
I and Allison \"gett.t. .II I II+ in .11 i tluit it dccompocin + c NVt'Mstem, Tinkc'i
Sheldon Johnson Jim Miller 'TlIi'lM-s! ,. FhtidnLI1,;t.. Hotel) no g.llIl. and
( i 'Ito t 'tin t till' t rva>I Ili , .
French "! L' iiii5) hot l Bail then! \\V.-c\cr I Ii
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's\--tMin \< ith .static of !iiiKl.niio to .1 in.oiint or huntii- ill the soil..lthai bight nil ((1,1, t 0) ',1 ,. HAIR NETSIT
,,, t a :! \ n run t
1 lutels I
iiM1 I ill.UN ill .ilow! nndiiiigi's 1
I''I.' & .
WEDNESDAY CLUB .. t sill|\ h.l"l| "Ml"- r.\r Ihr.all|] nu.i.tutc ' lilt 1 Il' nl, II" ..."i,,, ''ii''' '',: toit.
One of the most delight'ill aff.u.-' '; !,' ... :ut st.itiloinist; ii-ntir- I in <.;.c-c- of .1 div -print. \ni.th 1.11..1.:, n.cMc-l tilt' li..ll ..n. I.. '
of the week was the patty: given" IPV. I I.tit/-Hilt I ) I.-, mipi-i t.tnl fntor t i i is that the dici ''II vail. I h-n: :.iil.l adt.ut. .1 II t n
!)11'''. Edgar Kilt, at her iitt active I| : i- h'al1'r ill (that \ou ian j gii "." SIJUIK \\.i- h...lil .Hi off liikli- Inn k. .' was one thing to make a hair net as good
home on Bryan stieel, when she entertained I j i t tin rll"c' nun li kei, I t'l.m' i withtill ,
I! IJUH Randy loM ii \ .11''I.' and It.illnc k puntI. II. i iUd
; .
shipping' points in Sunder mints oarof '. ;.is: the hest o'n the market] and\ another
the members of the Wed- t "I 0\\ -' > \ ". ..1., \\e.; \.r :and I'mki i ifiimlilcil :
nysclay! Afternoon Budge Club and, n. I tinsninlt't! 11 unties i ill l-'luj-id. and \\4'hvfcedlhe.1.trlct-1 with Hiripiiccd ntnd1111tH; through, th.. Iwo,
I i' has sent out in the past y'al'.00(( c.ii: gaol. thing to make it low in price!
,
few invited color feed
guests at bridge. A ( : If inn! a' in tin- pnul tl.lnnol. .I :.end ( .CUT 1 I it. 0\et\ .
scheme of yellow was carried out loads of pioducr. value si'iMini :t:;: ,( '1, try mime, .ull tinHen k. t.ikinir thslinkcr .'d Kini'iimcM* held Ice ami ((II J In Retina: Hair Nets have
('UI1I1<'r" lepiehc-nting' about '.> we succeeded -
in the decoiations, which consisted. ) of I I / I'1"1' ; hens to the 'nun kit.. Thenme ' ; lal1do lost 1 the hall Oil clowns |FI'j a
yellow field daisies daintily arrangedin ,' cent of the canned! /grapefruit, industry,! hens of this ,class in curry, (lock. fewiinuliH" it looked as I if the I 'ow'punchcis in making the best hair net possible
baskets. Mrs. W. J. Steed scored of Florida and Porto loco have organized so don't think it is needless; work! '! niiirht scoic. lEtillmk, niulcil I ,
highest among the club members and I the] ;National+; ; (Grapefruit" ('an- for you.E"l'yhodv. |! yards on a triple pass, stud Jt.imh and selling it for the lowest possible price !
ners Association and also the (
'i
was awarded an exquisite hand embroidered grape- : that i is so situated that made ten II"nil lid riiht, end. '
luncheon set Mrs. Wood-i i fruit l section( of the :National: \ Canners he : should have full anil winter tJlI'IC'.1|
\ ; can a made a shot, gain' off lad, I
beck scored highest among the guests Association. garden Prepare your, soil well feitilize ,- 1 "irahain; aiouml, right}' end, The- onlvcompleted
Florida has !85,000,000!! () fruit, and 1 1I
and and Miss I
was given bridge cards carefully, cultivate' properlyiinil ! forward puss of the jriimcBandy -. lOc EACH
I Frances Bay received a box of candy nut-bearing trees. often and ht natuie ilo. the rest to Bullock netted only n vard.
for making: low score. Those attend- I (Crestview"Oklaoomi News journal" We are( greatly blessed, heir in Flor- and Bullock punted to Weave just'
ing this charming party were: Mes- erecting new brick building/ on ida for we are able to 1 glow' vegetables a.s. the filial whistle l levv.

dames Alexander, Boice, Geiger, I Main street the year round. They add l Foil Pierce-1500 Including Gray
Farmer Prather Dale H. N. Makin- cocoanut palms]
,
,' everyone's diet. Also help payoff Orlando (52)( : ) P"... 1 KisximmeiMole 101| I
son, Steed, Gardner, Woodbeck, I'las"tlb"9t planted in this city and vicinity in ten debts if you happen to have any. left end, Snyder and White
no, Garrett, and Misses Jo and Dot days.Winter 1 1I
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,
Spray your eggplants peppers, cucumbers Vandergrift !t.flla'kle !Lupfer"
Makinson and Frances Bay. Mesdames i I Haven Construction of and other truck crops with! Grant left guard Campbell
Dora Lee and .Oscar Smith I new Haven hotel progressing rapidly. bordeaux mixture to which has been Hitson center Tvner

came is as 'tea guests. begins Crystal work Springs manufacture.-Glover saw of mill added one pound of arsenate of lead Proctor right guard!: Wilson For Sale Exclusively at '

BIRTHDAY Y on car for every fifty gallons of spray' and Smith right tackle Squires
PARTY strips. I thus avoid loss from disease and insects
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. I"almettW, E. Lee & Company Pogue right end Seal
at the same time. Do not wait R. Tinker 'quarterback" Bandy
Phillips on Emmett street presented of thjs city shipped first car of ,
grape tintil disease has started MeCRORY'S5c
you see some Weaver left
half back
:'a pretty scene Monday afternoon I fruit from FJorida.: "" { Ilankinn:
when they entertained a number of DeLand-Contract let for impro\.p.1' on your\ plants. Prevention i h''' J. Tinker< ) right half back Graham
I I much easier and more profitable thanSVTrUIMt Wettstein!: full hack Bullock little in /
folks honor of their son Donaid's ment of ]local waterworks at cost of '
ninth birthday. Games pleasing!: $ ,O.OOO. cure. Score of priiuiK.Oll.cnilo :
t :JO( I IJ: 1 II 1 ii; .-,
to children lawn "J
the Ja'ksonvilll"'Pllinlc'r
were played os I| Fertilizer Co. ,
AM j :MONDlt"KAKGAINS
K 'is-iniiiii-i' n I o n II. o
after which the and lOc
youngsters were erecting' eli'itijctransmission/ lire .\T STOUVS' Store
ushered into the dining room where !! (Oldsmai] '-Ne\\' brultre ac*'oss northwest Summary
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j' a table was artistically arranged, on corner of Old Tampa /Hay to be Ivies'] V, Story and f'ompanv arcifferinir Toiiclielowiis' ; ('I) 1.iiulo. Wii'" .t.1u' f II'
which was centered a lovely birthday completed l-'c-b. t. It 'linker (f.I.! > Wcnve-f, I p.unt'iftom -
101 HKOADWAY
t I some unusual !liaruaini i n KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
cake, with nine candles.] A color ,, --Klfers Local lrrrltuly, aftti, I tiu.h.lown.| '
I packing plant to begin Saturday an.1llJn:: | 'I 11111.) r (luau hi' kKefe i "Ii
scheme cf und white
I pink was! carried shipping citrus fruit soon. freaks' socks. and hose, sho"s jirrlshirts. !
out in the decoiations and favors Bartow Plans fur |I C'c-. llianli.ini: 1 I'. of F ) """' ..-
i nipli'ti-d The sale for ,.
is
pioposiil nw. "
I ) om I-
t of "teddy! bears" were given ,lit I [Polk i"U\ll't"c roadystl ,nt. en's itinl ihildien's things i Mil illdudes i; I".'''pal">, ( ," '-"n I Id i nillin.--in.iii., _
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each guests.The guest t of honm rc-- Sai.i'dta elopineilt| ) pro tit" in. !some real] bargains Little I \1', of ""I| I i-I I ni.lg.- -
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Hawkins anil,! ( ;. ium Subo+ ''t"I""I': ....
Oilainln. H.:' m, .lone-s. )1.-> I' "
lIaln'I' +.,,, f....' .I I TmkfM., H' (Ce-ie, r for"
111I111111I1111I11I11I1111I11I11I11I11I11I11I1111I1111 II 1111I11I111I1111I11111I11I1111I111I1111I1111I1111I11I11I11 1 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllL i Mole, Kaiifnlel finl l It, Tinker "I'ulti'i'for '
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Sn.ith., llc>-\ird for 1'i.irnW I
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I
1 = = (;tier, forVett '.tt.in. K" siniince, ,
( M -= = ,1J /ltt, ..wn for Wilson. linn li.i for" Hank I

':=- -- MTune_ of ijuintir, :2, I 1'J: !13;. I U:
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-= == 1 - I THAT OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN MOST
i'I.OItl'r'.1\ \itMi.ics; ii t1'li i:

BKVKriT:: ; : IAI'KKI1DICK: l) l :
OF THE SALE PRICES OF OTHER STORES
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: The Silk Worm and The i John R. Springer, a vr'adtialc-' ,, of I
The Bank With Flat laa'a colic-ire of agriculture' i amt! I

== citrus for a numbs, of tears a worker on Palm Olive Soap, 3 for 25c ; . . , .1 Dozen 95c ,
the = 1 and truck farms and l as a nuiseiy '-
inspector" lint been named extenHJon -
: \ entomoloifist anil 1 plant All other lOc
Ability Tree pathologist Soaps same price.!
Ii:;; Mulberry l Iov the Florida agricultural

i and = extension diviHion.
_- Mr. Springer spent u number of We have a good line of Aluminum Ware ; also
,
'" -; yearn on u truck farm in New Jersey/'
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: Willingness and for five year, managed a citrus
4 WITH time and patience the leaf of the = grove of his own. In addition he was Enamel Ware, at best prices to be found in Kissimmee. -

to ServeDEPOSITS = manager of a ]large insecticide and

= mulberry tree becomes sIlk-WIth time and == fungicide manufacturing concern in .
this state. For some time past he has

= patience the money in the bank account been assistant nursery inspector' of
=
INSUREDBank the state plant board of Florida. He ,,

Vii; -= builds) a home. == holds agriculture the clegiee. from of bachelor the University of sciencein of Give Us a Trial and be ConvincedMilar's
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e Florida.

li ,= The who tries His work will be particularly] to assist -
take
man to a Short Cut to all kinds of farmers in the control -

jt 'i" I ,_ e a Success generally takes a Long Dive 'into I work of in insects the main and through diseases and He with will

f R the county agents.//: He began work Variety Store
Failure. Don't try to do that at which better early in September. '

Mr. Springer!: comes to bin new position -
''k men failed. well recommended for the par- ,
= = ticular duties which have I been out-
lined for him. The authorities who

have the responsibility of directing his (.
: work have expressed the belief that .
I ) r i farming conditions, particularly from -- --- ..

tii k of f Osceola County I I the control standpoints, will be of materially insect and improved disease t Vr.

'i saying "The last legislature is to be :

w ; ; :' program given, much which'credit, the ,Florida.for the. College enlarged!: of RIGHT. GLASSESy(

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i 'wt elf
''I t'a yt *? up.Airrlculture" \ finds itself able to take Win preserve your eyesight for the future :iF.

l 9A.M.t03P."M.. == We satisfactorilyPhone J '
; fit you.correctly,attractively, !
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,I ,0.. ,...,.' <", ,r..< .. =_= If your business is not worth ad- today for an appointmeot

"" , . . .. . vorttsing.. advertlaa"jt' for sale in The i" 1
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