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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 19, 1923
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID01138
Source Institution: University of Florida
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I') FINANCEHEALTH WORK ,' Kisaimmee Special Concert Concert At Band Band Will Stand Give PROCEEDS OFJONIGHT'S LEGION PLAY Hundred Kissimmee And Schools Ninety-Two/ *: On The Pupils Roll In ''CREATINQ. _,IN.T REST

: I Annual Roll Call Hoped To To Boost For Tonight's Play Unusual -Drama Being Repeated On Account Of Public For Fonr-Fold Excellence Osceola's Well Known Game X !

I Bring Enough Money For The Kissimmee Concert Band la Demand Will Inaugurate Its Season "On The Road"At Last year the first month of the Supply Causing Outside

| A Public Health Nurse ten another right organization in behind the which movement has got Casino Theatre Toni ght With Original Cast, school roll"year in the showed history the of largest the schools.'honor Inquiry About The LaThe \\,

,I a Memorial Community House. Last This year the first month shows ten
: I The annual Red Cross Roll Call, week that popular organization appointed Breaking all local records for J bers of ,the dramatic players, never names more than last, which is at fact that Osceola county Is so
I'which. comes ever/year from Armistice a committee to cooperatewith amateur plays "The .Port of Missing misses a rehearsal, and throws her I increase about_proportionate to the Well.known as a place to" hunt the
I Day to Thanksgiving, has a epeI the Legion general committee increas in deer and other well its
Men" be self into the spirit of the playao, registration. Eight hun game, a. as
iciaLjnpettl to KUiimmee people this and tonight they are going to donate presented tonight, for completely that Flotsam, the waif of dred pupils are now registered In the reputation for fishing:, I. causing
I rear Various organizations and individuals their services In order to help out the the second time this year, by the the rocky coast of Maine, lives again. Kissimmee schools, as compared with Judge Comer's correspondence be
I have for a long1 time wanted Legion play, proceeds from which go Makinson-Carson Post of the AmerIcan Mr. Triplett, who has devoted as sevea hundred forty this time last much larger' than usual. ,Already
I to sea established In this city a into the Community House fund. Legion. The legionnaires have much time to the present production year. the sportsmen of other counties are
I ,public health nurse. Everyone yhoI The concert will start at the Broad been considerably surprised by the as he did the the former one,in bringIng The first grade leads in number' on inquiring about the changes: In" the
I I. at .all familiar with the duties of way band stand at 7:80 and continuetill demand for a repetition, and have out the fine .points of the-story, the honor roll, with 45 pupils while law which was -passed at the last
I a public health nurse realize. the time for the curtain at the Casino been trying to figure out why the almost is cast in the best part local people the senior class in high school showi session of the leriaUtnre... '- \
I good to the community which comesfrom theatre. An excellent program has unanimous opinion prevailed for have had the opportunity-to see him the lowest number, a solitary one. So 'many 'inquiries have been, is'c. .
I her work. been arranged and Kissimmee people repeating the same play instead of in since ho became a resident of Kissimmee. The honor roll is based upon four requirements calved regarding this law, that The
I" Sometimes the business men have' will i once more have the opportunity producing another of the popular Captain Barton, rugged scholarship ,deportment, G.zette.reprint.. here from the issue -
I"1considered the work of such a nurse to hear the band before the successes available to ,the Legion toiler of the sea, who carries the punctuality and attendance. The of Juna IB. The new law fol'bows
I of more sentimental Interest than regular season open. on November 4.tunday' Drama Players through their director scars of unjust accusation for twenty I number achieving this honor for the :
"as &. The thirty odd rire..nlath.e. concert, two week. ago, William Triplett. When repeated years and then sacrifices everything first month of school, by grades is:: Chapter. W47, Acta of l'U'1An
, I of various organisations who was a complimentary one, given by requests for another performance that is dearest to him for another's First grade, 45; second: 18; third, Act Regulating- Open Season .
. I met last week with Miss Marion the band as a pre-season attraction.The began coming in the legionnaires happiness, is one of the best character 81; fourth, 23 fifth, 23; sixth. 24;: for Hunting ef Game Birds(and
I Crawford field agent for the AmerIcan organization is not so large this started out to ascertain. well as roles on the stage today, and Mr. seventh, 8; eighth, 5: ninth, 4; tenth, Game Anjmals! In the County of:Os-
. I Red Cross had brought home to year as last, but was given a most possible just what would be the reception Triplett brings out the pathos of the 3; eleventh, 7; twelfth, 1. The names cools ,State of Florida: Regulating'
I thorn the fact that the work of the cordial reception. Many consider it accorded it. Almost forty part in a manner second to none. follow: the Hunting or Running of Wild" Deer
public health nurse was not only one the best it has ever been. At any people were told the production had Mrs. Nelson Makinson will again be First Grade-Tommie Craig, Howard with Dogs' ; Providing a' Bag- Limit on
I if interest to the humanitarian but rate none but favorable comment was I II Tyner Ben Hankins Nathan Wild 'Turkey and Quail; Providing
I wan a decided financial investment. heard at iU first appearance, and it Bass, DeEstin Ardry, Bernie Rogers, that the Carrying; of a Gun in the
I Professor Yowell, who was present at Is petting better every day. Rufus Bell, ;Joe Stroup Charlie ) ron* Woods of Osceola County Between
I the meeting said that it costs be- The Community House committee son, Jim Farmer Leon Patrick, Bil- Certain Dates Shall Ba Prima Fads
I twccn $35 and $40 per year for every appointed by the band consists of lie Sullivan Blake Johnston, Louise Evidence of the Violation of the Game
I school child. Statistics show that George Gardner J. Nathan Bryan Stout, Geraldine Hansel, Cleo Yates, Laws of Said County; Providing: for
I there are between five and six failures and Albert Sutton. Tonight's pro Elayne! Paulk. Evelyn Piano, Wini! the Appointment by the Sheriff of "
I that are directly gram under the direction of U. J. fred Tyson, Glenys Littlefield, Jean- Osceola County of a Special Deputy '
I traoralile every} to year slight deformities or In- Burrcws, i.i! as follows: cue Ware, Martha White Eileen Whose! Sole and Only Duty Shall be

I finrnties which could readily be detected March-Royal Decree____K. L. King f- I Criner Florence Minx Lorena Han- the Enforcement of the Fish and'
I a public health nursing | Overture-Panorama ____ Barnhouse sell, Irvine Bowen Billie Breaker J. Game Laws of Osceola County, FlorIda -
by ___ Mitchell ; Providing for the Payment of "
I and corrected by competent Serenade-Moonlight Neil Maret D. Crumpler, J. M. Cooper a
I profrrnm Not only would the pupil March-Fame and Fortune, K.L.King 1IL1._ I I Hill, Robert Granger Frank Minx, Salary to said Deputy Sheriff out of
physicians. the Fine and Forfeiture Fund of 01-
I then the community the cost Concert" Waltz-DesdemonaJ::_ u Verdun Partridge, George Reming
save . __ ceola Courtty, Florida and Providing
I extra years schooling, because I .- - --- K.L.King ton, Jefferson Yohn, Roy Hudson Es- ;
I of failure an to the work, but that March Royal Scotch Highlanders telle" Bishop, Iva Cotter, Susie BelleContinued All Fines and Costs paid by Violators -
of pms __ _ __ _ _K.L.KInp Page of the Fish and Game Law shallbe
I be nh u u ( on "r Eight)
would given an equal
youngster --_.. - --- Placed to the Credit of the Fine
I chance in the game of living. The and Forfeiture
Fund of Osceola
I hudne-f- man in impressed because. PAVING PLANS AREWIDELYAPPROVED' I CHAMBER MEETS AT County Funds; and Providing that
I actual saving in taxes.TIisi.
thinc ins an I 1WISS DOT MAKINSON I the 'Violation of any of the Provisions -
I present at this meeting were 1 'I of this Act Shall Constitute a
I espwially fortunate in that Mrs. been asked for again and \?ere asked seen as Mrs. Elmer the proud rep. I NIGHT NEXT WEEK Misdemeanor.Be .
I Adam former Red Cross public what they thought about it. Everyone resentative of "worldly women," It Enacted by the Legislature of
I health nurse at Saint Cloud, happen- of those> interviewed before the whose hauteur breaks down into human the State of Florida:
I ed to l be> in Kissimmee that day, ..nd'WaR return engagement was decided upon understanding before the character Section 1. That any person or per
I invited to attend the meetingand Only Objections Heard Are ,, urged its repetition, and all but two of the light-house keeper's Judge Comer To Furnish sons in Osceola County, Florida, who

tell a little of her experience. That Not Enough Streets 'i or three of these were extremely enthusiastic daughter and her nephew's happiness.Mrs. The Oysters And Guests shall injure kill, hunt or destroy; ),
I lira Adams, briefly outlined the work most of them declaring! Triplett is at her best aM Cousin I any means whatsoever, or have or be
ahe did l in the sister city, and left no Are Included In Plans I they had seen the former show and Simonson, she of the "extinct husband Will Furnish The Speeches I in the possession of any doe or'f.. 21
I doubt in the minds of her hearers as --- wanted to see it again. The only ." and when she is on the stageI I male deer or any buck deer, wild turkey -
to why Saint Cloud had raised enough Ever since the city commissionersannounced i ones who appeared to be unfavorable -I this production the answer is a Departure from the usual will be hen or turkey gobler, or quail, '
| mvfy to finance their own Red Cross a survey preliminary to a were among the legion members laugh a minute. Skipper Sidney RiChard the order of things with the Chamberof I lor any other game bird or game ani-
Tiume before nor why that city was I call for a bond issue for paving five I themselves.In I as Joey Clark, the fisherman Ccmmerce next week. Instead of ,.mal as defined by the statute law of
doing the same thing again this year. miles of city streets that subject has i trying to discover just what lover of the light-house daughter, the regular mid-day luncheon, the the State of Florida, between the 16th
Mrs. Adams told of her work In been the chief topic of conversation 'I caused the popularity of this particular whose jealousy leads to regret does members and their friend will enjoyan I day of January and the first, day of
I gchnol inspection, where she had discovered i i on the streets and wherever groupsof bill a number of reasons were as- some excellent acting' and creates a oyster supper. Judge T. L. Comer -I December of. any year shall be deemed
of adenoids, diseased citizens have gathered. Some opposition -I i signed. One well known follower of salt sea atmosphere of reality. AllisonT. offered to furnish the oysters, I guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
I tonnils, and cases minor defects which Interftre,1 was naturally expected, :things dramatic, said, "Because it is French will "double" again at the and the chamber accepted. Supper I conviction thereof shall be punished,
I with the children's work. and cause in all communities there be-I the most pretentious play I've seen request of Director Triplett, in the will be at 6:8-th meoting folWi as' bro'Jded-by..lawr and th/ hunting

I bad them referred to the city's phy. usually some people whose vision of amateurs produce, and it was far character of Edward Elmertnex Ing Immediately; 'aftet I slcians for treatment. Tooth troubles progress and. prosperity la obscuredby better than some professional productions lead, and Ben Cook, co-partner with have been disposed of. mat as" eftned by thtat.t "law'" of
I of inferior work present finance** But..Jucklly for of the same play I have "Cousin Simonson" in humorous sit- Special program is also on the the State of Florida, within,the'limit
I were also a of cause the Her work Kissimmee, that class-of people seems seen." Another said "Because Kissimmee uations. J. Nathan Bryan will once menu.. .J. ]1:. Coad, of the Florida'I of Osceola County except from :the
the pupils.
I on Was. part conflend to that among' I I to be among the conspicuously ab theatre goers are discriminating more serve the drinks in the play, Development Board, who has been assisting I first .day of December of any.jraar -t
I not only children but also to those I I sent. Considerable effort to learn and they like high class and Hunter Dillard completes the Various Chamber of Commerce until tha 16th day.of January. of the
the school
I the attitude of the general citizenship'on plays." Several agreed that the chief cast as an officer of the law. and trade bodies throughout next preceding yar, Is. 'ber.b.zfra. *
I of ore-school age, which by considered many,I this question has discovered no opposition drawing card was the superb acting Mrs. George Gardner's orchestrawill the state in the development work, :I bibited," I Iect
students of public health of Miss Dot Makinson, heroine oY the furnish the music. This will be 2.' That: in OsI .
the to the plans, save in one re 1s expected to be one of the speakers 'I| on. any person
even more imortant. Through gard. That one objection takes one play whose acting brought ripples of the same orchestra which was so 3. I. Woodley, secretary of the Florida I ceola County, Florida, 'who take1"1,' ..
I work of 'Mrs.! Adams and with the her women the of two forms either the objection is I laughter in the comedy parts, and highly", spoken of last Friday night at Education Association, and editorof kill during the open season for> huntIng
who were interested" I whose interpretation of "Flotsam" in Winter Park when Mr. Triplett took prescribed Section 1 of this
raised that the program isn't large I ; that organization's journal published a* by
\Unreot baby clinic in Florida was enough and doesn't go far enough or the big scene of the third act brought his band play there and those who in Winter Park is another I Act, more than one deer two turkeys
held nnd because of proper training else some one objects because the moisture to the eyes of many who I attend tonight's performance are assured speaker whom the chamber hopes to I and two hundred (200) yarns: .,birds
of the parents, and other measures tentative plans of streets to be paved nrided themselves on being "hard- I I a real treat in the musical hear. Mr. Woodley had planned on I I of the> same species shall be deemed
which are the functions of a public I.boiled." I numbers well the itself I of misdemeanor' and
i do not or surround, hia own as as play j' being here for/the noon meeting, and I guilty a upon
health nurse forty perfect babies property pass No one has been heard to I Miss Makinson will be seen again A number of specialties of merit will : it is hoped thtf change in time will'Conviction thereof shall be punished V
were found out of the seventy-seven complain about his property being tonight in the same role, and those be presented betwen acts. I II not prevent his coming.A I is urovlded. by law, '- "I,
examined. Because of her schoolwork 11-(1 for approximately thirty-I who pronounced her work in the I f The Legion players will stage "The ,I letter was read from Karl Lehman I I section 3.,' That .any- personinfOs; s.I .
- utmost one hundred children 1 tie percent of the cost of the paving I April production the best piece of I Port of IflssinlCIen": in Saint Cloud 'I of highway beautification fame, :I ceola County; ,.Florida, who'" *,tunt' 'or
I hod'1"11181 work done which left them adjoining it. but eVI'I'yhlJdyl'P IflS amateur acting they hnd ever seen I I next Friday night, and expect to pie- regarding the convention of highway''I runs wild deer with dogs shall be
- I in fin (Letter condition for their school will Bee even a better portrayul. Sheis sent it in two or three other cities 'beautification enthusiasts at Orlando deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
I work. UK wi-11 all much better equipped ::?"'(IOUto the incur winter that obligation.visitors nndin.spii'tivc one of the hardest-working, memFORT -I I I in the near future. next Wednesday and Thursday. An upon conviction thereof shall be pun-

I to grow into citircnship. Among! invi-storx the news win --..-.- - -- _.__,_" -_ I II interesting and beneficial meeting is ished as provided by law. .:
I Th. local chapter of the Red Cross Mwived with great satisfaction. Already -- planned,) for this convention in the Section 4. That any persoo-ln,p.-
I h ipoto be nile\; to finance a public de\'t'lmHl'nt! talk bus I been interest of highway: impro\einent. ceola County. Florida who takes .er
I ;h >Hlh: runs" Kin-Jimmee., Whether lu-nril moip than i in months le furt'. The MEADE PLAYS I GOOD STRAWBERRY i One of the features will he community kills more than 20 quail in anyone
I th..vIn: lo tH, nr not depends upon friends who hint" wintei' rtiidtnerhere -> { singing, led I b)' S. Kendrick Guernsey day, during the open season for hunt-
I theeMponse of the people> on the nnI returned from the district governor of Kotary and I ing, or who has In his possession! on I
I nn-il? roll/ ( all. The committees for north ami?greet i the proposal recently with extreme i OSCEOLA TOMORROW CROP INDICATED : secretary of the Orlando Chamber of any one day more than ZQ quail hall .'1'
Itlnv: iinpoitant eventire now luyinarMilnm Commerce. The meetings will beheld be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
ph'allun' __ __ ,
u - i and conviction thereof shall be
und on the hour immediately in the Orange county court I upon
I follnwinir, the closing of the churches At last week's meeting of the First Home Came of Season Early Eggplant Being Sent | room. The Boy Scout Drum and Bugle I' punished as provided by law.
on Sunday morning. November 11, Chamber of Commerce Attorney Kl-: Corps will play just before the evening Section 5. That it shall be prima .
A To Northern Markets In
To Out
financier i iiinteiestfcl Expected Bring |
I Armistice. Day volunteer workers Jill F. Davis quoted a :! sessions. I facie evidence where any person is
will call in the various parts of town in building" ann rtnnthoiists Record Breaking-: Crowd Quantity This Week J Sam Lupfer Jr., reported that the found in the woods of Osceola County
and offer everybody an opportunity and hoteU. lIe had beard of | -- I required number of signatures were Florida, carrying a single barrel ? /!
to not only help toward this cause. the contemplated paving in Kissim-I' Not only the few funs who journeyed With the> exception of settings of : now affixed to1 tlie petition from special shot gun, double barrel shot gun,
hut to ..ff l'lt"t; I, "the greatest nice to match up the main arteries to Otlando, and the fewer who lat week and the enrly put rf this school distiXt: number four to be Winchester shot gun or what is com
Mother pf them all." already paved and was greatly inter- went to Lake City, but the whole cfty the strawberry patches in OIl l'OlaI filed with the school board with "those monly known as a pump gun, Winchester -
months after
I The rural work will not be neglectI > > ested. "Within eighteen" will be discussing Oscfeola High I county are in excellent condition. The' from districts five and six, calling rifle or otherhighpowered
the paving starts, said this au- | consolidation of the three rifle, from January 15th of any yearto
I Plans foot to co-operate School's football team tomorrow two or three days of wind proved not for
are on thor'ty: on such matters, "enough new I of the December first of the said year
l with the Saint Cloud chapter so that night. For tomorrow afternoon Kis- conducive to the growers who were districts, thus finishing one t
I city miiy take over part of the l'Oun.h' houses' will he erected in Kissimmee sufficiently to I simmee will see her high school team setting plants. Reports from Plant Impoitant steps necessary in the proI I that said person is binitinjr>idurlnr
| with Saint Cloud its center, and augment the tax income ,. in action on the home grounds for City are to the effect that the same gram for bond issue for a new high the closed aeasonfor; the hunting -I
to the interest on the! bonds! wild bird and : a* defined
pay safeto school and building. game anImej
IKIiiKinimee)! anther part, instead of the first time this year. It is conditions prevailed there. primary j '
IKisftjmmee responsibility Everywhere the same spiiit is mnnife | prophecy that the game will be a There are some strawberry patches J.: L. Overstreet, chairman of the in this Act. ,
the ,
having !'t. I all the "dope" this which indicate enormous chamber committee on highway cy-1| Section 6. That it shall be the '"
l of the communities lying immediately I good one. Judging by year
called attention to the I reported that he had the sheriff j>f the County of Osce- ,
adjacent formerly. Some one available Fort Meade and Osceola are crops. Almost everybody has press preserve
| to Saint Cloud as I of the of ola, State of Florida, to appoint 'a 1
case of a mnn who came to Kissimmee pretty evenly matched and the local setting plants and some of the taken up with some owners
Committees are working on the some time ago, with plenty of'boys are determined to wipe out the :| fields look as if they were about to I the land adjoining the road in the deputy sheriff whose sole and only ,I(.
various phases of the roll call and it I' the matter of duty shall be the enforcement of the 1'; .
money to spend. He was disappointed of last year's 33 to 0 defeat burst out in bloom. Approximately Reedy creek section,
, "f planned. to have a dinner for all that no more progress had been I in memory the southern city. Tho game will I,|a hundred acres are planted in this I their deeding the land to the -county, fish and game laws of Osceola County ';', '.,$

the committeemen just before the made in street paving at that be called at 3:80 p. m., and the management I county this year, and the outlook is or whomever final plans delegate the and the State of Florida' ; and the 't :f
|< jr of the roll call, to launch the and he built a $50,000 tlme'l expects a large crowd to most encouraging. authority to, a permanent preserve of County Commissioners of Osceola ,4 i
Iwovement which is so Important toe house in another city known help make up the expenses of last Some of the largest fields of this the; natural beauties of the highwayin County, Florida are hereby authoris'
the city and the nation. J. M. Rhine j progressiveness. The speaker said week's trip to Lake City. I comparatively new Osceola county that section. Some few of the ed -empowered to appropriate 'a /
Inti accepted the chairmanship of the to cometo had been delegated to other sum sufficient each year out 'of the \ m
that this man had promised Saturday's game with Columbia I crop are those of Philip Divirgilio. owners I \''
said ;
Iwral community work, and with J. Kissimmee and duplicate here his High at Lake City showed considerable I with five acres, W. J. Montgomery, of men who are trying to get all thenece.sary Fine and Forfeiture Fund of V
!1 Gunn, will interest the people inItne investment in the other city as sooras improvement in the line, as compared Campbells with four and a half, Lup- land dedicated to this pur county to be \used!' in conjunction with ,
I the
surrounding country. Kissimmee paved more of its with the Orlando game the fer and Steed, with their four acre the fund provided by I.w.under ;::
, I I pose.Mr.. Burrows reported that Mr.! general game and fish law of the
streets. week before. Coach Bowen Is this tile-drained patch A. E. Thomas. fiSt
iy, 8. I. SMITH NEW I H.Clay Stanford discussed the week: padding up the weak spots and I I with a beautiful three acres, Katz and Bailey of had the assured American him the Express work the State salary of Florida ofth, for said the deputy payment sheriff
much enthusiasm. far better team in Prather with three, and Nick Rogerowith Company
question with expects to put a .
enforcement of the provisionsof
toward and the t
OF "Things look brighter for Kissimmee the field than either of those which I I three. There are a number of was progressing satisfactorily law/of
now than they have for many, many faced Orlando and Columbia.Art others almost as large and scenes of ,enlarging of the express depot plat the this State Act of, and Florida the general,with reference: )j,
I form in time for this season s strawberry -
-: The Second Baptist church on years. This paving program will Bullock was easily the most outstanding acre tracts. It has been impossibleto Another official to the protection of fish and game.xVSection .
IJJnrsday h. night of last week called show investors that we have confidence Osceolan in last Saturday'sgame check: them all for this writing, shipments in Kiasimme thla week .7.. .,Thatalifinia. and coats) X'-t, -, ...
_.. It will mean in Columbia county, doing some but J. E. Lupfer, president of Osceola has been : -- ...
. l Rev. S. I. Smith to be Its pastor. In ounel additional measurement, and paid by the violators .of anyl of th. : .1r't
|th. to a confusion in the Initials of heretofore unheard of prosperity to excellent line plunging, and playing; Growers, inc, who made a trip over taking to be able to report provisions of thi'Act shall b. deposited '
r Ur. Bailey expects
I t'W* Rev. both of .whom have this 'city.". a food game on both offense and de- most of them this week says they and forfeiture fond of .
! ; Smiths, ; started next week. : in th* fin* ,
the work
bee5 bave fens 'Fred,. Lupfer and Emerson are all la., fine shape, and that *, "" '1
i ,in Kissimmee recently.f the i "A lar e :numb** of' people mad last Considerable tim waa devoted to Osceola: County-Florida. := / ;':
real. minister was announced urged'' that program.Include payIng Squires also,i played>> steady consistent: reputation this county year* method of' bane- .,, Section oVtr-That all generalandspecial . ; Ilaws in\\j!
, 0 Wftk'l'' iu i ReTJ.WN."Smltbtal'11daJe. aUthe .... and west stre.ts. to games throughout' the contest wUle for quality berries will be augmentedby the proposed for'' aireat and each partvor part' it ;,,1;;
- ': all the Raymond Tyner, at canter played: Avery Rood-DaDdal return with the nr with ,.;'
has"been'holding tent Bermuda avenne, and Bermuda nz.Ctty0Att.roe1 rw.: J.V fitdMS thereof which:shall b* In eonfltyc }
t ltinffs? near the Second Baptistiy1 to the Dlxl*' Highway on th. good MOW that was highly com. markets' indicated ,for this! aaan. called 'to-explain.'tb- law the provisions'of this Act &re''hereby. ..
assisted part of njimanted by th* :', opponent's' coach) Some of the finest looking rrplant, optm in far semi *haH.limit, 'i ::1\\
*), and Key. S. X. Smith oath, thus developing ctlon ia snder..which .the dtv .ommiioDr repeated *o a* .
!oem.' Rw. .: 1 ,tha newS streets girln' access. to Laka City.waa anable to'make .many fields .T. .**n'in this** axe ,to abridge 1.t.b.etreetlftO... of .this
8 LSmith the city by ixpect to-operat*. ..Th* law aima or 'tli1''
; .. '
lm. u. thi
Vthe. ,JCi ... evidence .C-'CkBaaa.and '
*W aU gains through it U mby spac1flcoflypre- ,
tr.-H to Xli.sfmm.eifrnm. Many mpMwmnttha legislator Act UtI ":
*.,r.esntly cam the highway. have- Mild stand of thre passed at l *, ; pi.
their through Clint: Bama.
and .tpeaVof gains .
this "I
between Art.PW any '
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a. UK. r-- f +oo tooo"oooo.o.. tttO ORLANDO> POLlcE"WARNS', .
o-,, S <, 'TRAFFIC LAW,VIOLATORS .... l,'

H Start the day right 4 00 SAYS THE MARKETING STATE' BUREAU. * Chief of Police Edgerton has serv- :r1 tJJ! RY.mwrn;

/ <' ed notice on'fmotorists:' that' no excuses :.
oo ooo.o.oooooo will be accepted hereafter for electric w shirn machine

t \SI\ Pfnsacola, is to--have an InterstateFair petty and troublesome violations of WASHES AND DRIES WITHOUT A WRINGER
} traffic ordinances: The chief is
and Satsuma Festival November especially -
arotla. ae The riht food 28--December 5, at ,which" time the vexed at the growing tendency .
products of west Florid and south of drivers stop their cars in the '.
V for breakfast is Alabama will be attractively display middle, of crowded streets impeding ,.
ed. The premium list is ready for : other motorists and blocking traffic ,,T

q t distribution and can be had by addressing generally.Discussing. 'er Prices until today $165'
the failure of vio-
P. D. Naugle, secretary, many
'. Pensacola, Flol'ida.Caterpil1ars lators of the one-hour parking law, i
Mr. Edgerton sand that a tag was
C IZEAM '. are doing much ;damage equivalent to a summons, amt' that NOW
to Sycamore trees in Jacksonville persons who fail hereafter to answer $155
where they breed and spread-! > them will be considered in contemptof /
Rolled Oats other trees. In New England millionsof court. They will then be subjectto 7-.u-----

tt o dollars)] have been spent to eradicate arrest and more severe penaltiesthan
caterpillars engaged/ in destroying usually imposed fur the initial st :
shade and forest trees.( offense. %rii: tuft
Smith county, Texas, has the distinction -
Easy prepare of having had the first coun- Rape is one of the most importantfall ,
ty farm agent in the United States, and winter crops for hogs that t _
'-Gooks- iricldyIn appointed in l!>0i( to fight the cotton grown in Florida. Such a crop
boll)] weevil. Now there are 2,230 has the added advantage of conserving JOHN A
county agents in the 3,065 countiesof plant food that becomes available MCCARTHY
the United States and 800 home during the winter.
demonstration agents.!! Florida has
the round package 38 farm agents and 30 home demon-
stration agents. Subscribe For the Valley:: Gazette 4 Electrical
Dealer Contractor-
A flea beetle is reported doing and
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much damage in southern tobacco A Woman's Way"I

growing sections including Florida. ST. CLOUD, FLORflDV
IIt KEEPS CHILDREN interested parties should write to the '
U S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington tried for four months to get my
t 1) C., for Farmers Bulletin No. wife to try Mayr's Wonderful Rem- lWI4 R!{ 'y:1:[
JJ: 52. entitled, "The Tobacco Flea-I edy, which I knew had helped friendof _.
Beetle in Southern Cigar Wrappers : mine who alto suffered from stom- '
children who weak and
are Ilistrict." It gives methods by whichit her !
is ach trouble. She instated case wan
ideal tonic.Pepto-Manpan It contains; thee can be controlled.The different. I finally had to bribe her I
with a new dress. The first dose profit| I
iron need for blood, bodily
they pure
Standard of Aled, Ga., is an
energy, and firm, solid flesh. At dosed remarkable results clearing up
aihocute of peavine hay as a profitable II
her and her
this season every child will benefit complexion restoring up- =
crop and a recent issue devoted wtite. She eat things she I Ihadn't
by taking it. At your druggist's, can now
several columns of to show thatit "
in liquid and tablet form. space been able to for many years.! |
I would pay farmers to give it more It is harmless I SEND YOUR DRESSES RUGS DRAPERIES
CTrial Tablets To W for 'ollrnlt a simple, preparation etc.
rree attention, other things saying:
the! ieauhbuiiamKt among :Shut removes the 'stan'hal mucus '
'.Iut! of Cud.'" Ppplo-Mangan.. write today "Were our southern farmers, particularly from the intestinal tract and l allays -TO-

I for no generoue money -Trial jutit Package name and of Tahlrt addretta Send to i those of Georgia and Florida, i (the inflammation which cause. prnctieally i MONTGOMERY] FRENCH DRY CLEANING CO.
M. J. UrclUnuach Co. 63 Warren St., U. Y. aware of the possibilities in the culture all stomach, liver and intestinal |
and marketing; of peavine hay, .. ailments including appendicit s ; Largest and Best Dyeing and Cleaning Plant South.

Dude'sPcptoanan .t would become one of our most staple One dose will convince or money refunded ; Dresses, etc., Dyed, Cleaned and Repleated
crops: and a source of revenue .1. 7.. RobeiRon. and diug-1, MONTGOMERY ALA.
l cvuml (to a -rwjority of the crops now rists i e\eiy\\he-re.
) Hi''ttr.'i Our farmers at present a t-
L I tr I h, I Irtt, little] impoitanre to their ...

teaspoonful Tonic and Blood Enricher Ih\.ttlcn: ,'( "' roan nnnu''" (is eiirlv M"W as peas possible in) ] tlieir and I IBIMIIMIBIHIMI I i i i I I MIWEISHOHWMHIIMIMIIMIMIMIBIIUIMARKETING I i I I I l l l l l

I 'r Il 1 1 <' \\ at lie: i favorable hareetr i _., .
n .D ......_ --------_--_
for hile "thcrirat, -
tan-- h.i\ \\ i
H pia'- .inthl\' | aa i ,011 I! 'Inuldci' hilt on
equals I 1 a Minted f"v\ )"Soft-, 1'.1" .. 'cdth
-- -- <' imptrtancc, of st>\\'inir peas fat,' a
I ""\ crop| h.n\e: 1 : HIM :ani' I curing ,it lit .'icily,, which I isi
A universal custom: i I p< c i P" if I it t is 1 to,) 'nlail t t he prop
I After I 1"' .. null,, non. ( i 1(1(' slog' \aluc ..ta A BUMPER
that benefits: < "
every I i :lrl-l'tII.1 t e crop.
I IE borly.I I -A tniriei< who wit Doubled
:very small tool painted t teem
I Aids digestion, a bright led aril() thrr; after' he euld

Meal cleanses the teeth, tIt,,distinguish! them. CITRUS CROP
- --
I soothes the throat. I The 1 Faun Journal tells! a sure anda
w heap way to exterminate rats.
I gopher", "mole'-, nine or any animal
I ; ntll'" that usei a 'lunuuy. Get;
[of many other YlRIGLEYS I c*?, entrated lye and sprinkle tin lun-

| wal. 1'he rodent J get hot feet, sit
\ .
.rands-Mats wAyCALUMET up and lick their feet, then J gcjy ,.aoataa.,"

& good thing Mr. :Nuisance-- '

to remember Practically the entire oil and gasoline -
supply of Japan, millions of barrels
r.i-v EMMA rowocm Seated in ,
were destroyed by the recent
its Parity disaster Time? will tell whether Jtwill
Goes farther .
r,, Ptckift ,, effect prices here" .y I'ft'h' :'S

r lasts longerit Cotton, wool and raw materials 'of

all Kind! are in demand. There H
1 also a .shortag of meat animal It

4-- Contain .a I THEFLAVOR wIll looks hato as if puces auvanre.Tlie of. farm products< Harrnif lIlIfol..-..( 11 ilamities, Kloi ...Ia',. citi fruit. already enioute to centers of distribution.

Imoreihan ,,,,, a+ I ,_ I i'll" production, will, steadily( ) increase. According Whin this \olume arrives it often floods the
Uar. I LASTS ,' boll' \\ee\il can be piaitiealKMfied to irnvei nme'nt sui\e> then are 'approx1niattlv :- markets Supply exceeds demand and lower

ordinary the e.nrret. T I ,"'.....t'.,........"....,..".,. ,:-.40.'...n". ..' .',,."...,"".-',.,. .,-.i......" |,| \, < iiini out aisennte', liv airplanes in dust *form-('atteimgiiil ar- Ml.OWO/ awes, of oiunge-s' and !grapefruittill priiis mvuriiiMv. I lesult.

[ leaveningirength I I ic< inclineto!! the claim of experts' at to miniinto beating! Hiimliids, of other
If out I "liuinpei" to be sold at
I crops are
, ,. their
i Il' leSam's
I IK ngrtcultulat! experiment \Jung! \ irro\e! rile annually mi leaving/
lalliilali I I.a have prices whch: will pay producers a fair profi.,
( I'he-v
.talloll! . h" ( it
i __ \i I'' II :--1'lIld| !,| :ITU.tin' ( i t tin never <
I-IIIt i >full\ altad'd(I boll eeiN inI still cither new maikets, must be developed) consumoi -
1 ' I is f' tmiiteil' : that; 'in 'ten ve.irs thelate', fruit
Ii" ii I I a l'(':ilft'', I lie- pltlsoll' ('Ost'inp consumption increased I. and
1 STeq 1ptt , , t.tal tlintv.' "i,. <.\.n foitv' million orderly selling
.t < Y. J. LING "' nMPi.itelv' ( ) a di II ir an a"I"i \'alI II 'I', lady ;
GPO must t be conducted under the 1 supervision of one
I liable ueiltihii1. pmgi)' (' 'ss, of| inuiscIiiit I""f'-, .
BAKING l , large, agency fully acquainted with -
I it .1111'folk": pcmde' inL-", what every phaseof
POWDER . : Hand Laundry I M l4cy pia\ a''lp-h' ) f.y. !piM'i'i sratitti ( It i is tllerefnl,. < ...- ieiis,,n.ilile t I" etperl i t Unit we the marketing( : situation

e BUT. TEST 'ing: aiiuJams) : in futun \\-ais \Vi -h.dlltll'O<, many linnipi" r"i crop*, establishing
,:re- irogie-isintr! UK e'hanu,'ally fester l There i is but one organization
Lust'cnr to
ion rrv."rdi.' qualified
ale9VtinzesaS'OludJ0 t 1,0111 I, :tear' t In >'eanew: prod lid '
Now and | t "an'1' me nicially Like, giving a
open ready handle the}
marketing of Florida's
fAafofany otherJavad avagea high poui"leil iifle liefoii- \ 1 lo'nl.i:i had its. biggest! citrus yield more. cropss
for business the ant lie counted "n not 'to use it th.ulrvlinl t 'million bnxoArt'.tier' I larger i'io' ;,> > us to get the best returns possible for trgiower. !

rr.llrssly. _. is in piuspKl for the -hippingeasun now In-.. Unit agency is the Florida Citrus Exchange
-- a (co-operative, non-profit marketing association
All the : eountrieate ginuingfears!.
Bundles of old paper are for !lOc."O Stewart Ave flood'i with paper money In (Jcrinian owned and controlled by the growers of

t at the office of The Gazette; .\ a ton of ruin ill worth fal! mil1'.n lego when 1 l-1'nidu's, annual i crop avrlagcI I'loiida' who ate I working solely for their best

Better get them while there is a stock. Kissimmee, FloridaI 1 niaiks \\"nge.s: t too are at eor-. hut a few million boxes, it .vas a com interests

I Call at once; they'll never be cheaper. \\1'I'"p. ndmi' figuies! :Metul workers. iiaiiiti\il\ simple, | matter to broadcast shipmei

.. get Hi million minks u day, chemical ;with a good chance of finding u ready demanJ! Full Credit for what has been done In developing -
I workers 10 inilhcins and printers :3a!(>
million! marks. The latter amount on and satisfactoiy prices for fruit. There wore consumer' demand for Florida fruit, nml

normal gold basis, at current exchange plenty of markets for Florida oranges and grapefruit for what has liven accomplished in stabilizing

is equivalent) to about $10. and less likhhood of the various agenr-ie: ? markets by consistent, orderly sales policies! ,

l sales efforts.. Market flooding must, and is, given the Florida
conflicting in their Citrus Exchange: ,
Farmers Bulletin No. 1U17: just issued -
City Tax Notice bv the U. S. Dept of Agricul- : was not so serious a problem. even by those growers who through speculation

e ture, Washington, D. C., is entitled in their crops try to make more than the other
"Marketing: Main.<'rop Potatoes." It With larger crops each year, however the fellow.

contains a list of seven other bulletins task of successfully merchandising Florida fruit

Nos. 407, 53:5: : 75H, 1050, 1064, is becoming increasingly difficult. The scope Only through co-operative with
marketing (
- 1190 and 1205, all devoted to potatoes.
The potato ia widely distributed and of markets is becoming more limited. Those all of the growers of the state selling their fruit'

The city tax books of Kissimmee Florida will the most Imp 'tant vegetable grownin that have been developed get fruit from a number together through one organization) can the ('v-

this country. These government of ,selling agencies. Shipments are made er-increasing crops of Florida be sold at a fair
bulletins can be had free and also two from Florida without regard to the volume of for the
be in the hands of the City Clerk and Tax Collectoron from the Florida Experiment Stationat profit producer.Six .

Gainesville, Nos. 120 and 158.
and after November 1 1923 for the
Thursday, ----
You sometimes hear men regret thousand of Florida's citrus
growers are now regularly selling their
Collection of Taxes for 1923. Five Percent Discount that people are leaving the farm.
fruit through the Florida Citrus Exchange-and getting the high dollar
i They seem to think,it is fundamentally -
wrong for so many people to for their crops. Other producers can do the same by joining the cooperative -
i i ::4 will be allowed for early payments, dating leave and engage in industries of the .e movement. They can not only get all the profits from the! sale of

nty. But if they hadn't left the .1 their fruit, but can greatly aid in the upbuilding of their industry.
from -Thursday, November 1, to Friday, November farm it would, not have been possibleto )

: develop the machinery for saving ,. ,
3. O,1923. labor on the farm. Machinery has
taken the drudgery out of agriculture. .
e It has made it possible for-the \tIr
individual to produce more farm commodities q
and for the nation to enjoy
many luxuries unknown to foreign h
.' F4oiA
''I lands. There i I. no comparison be- (say
T \ ,
tween the development of this nation
N and India and China. rfi!

J. : R. ,GILBERTtt I ft t, 'f4.f'
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t: ;r : Florida has' good] and sufficient ,
'1 Y '\ HwsJV3& i .' i ,!((t--: fj)'! it << *J, 't'IIJI'*s ,Ill'| reason. to expectto.b' of this one of theleading IJ't.' "' " .!!.
'1" ; dairy tatej countryiFotyvard : ., (
f, i, : *: '. -. ; \' ;a Ii !.2
mrr .' j &\ ptrides4baveseen'! reported 4 ,\!' srw f1 --.X
'Collector ; ,
'!R I4("VUitJWf- -: ;' GityiTax. <- from V St. !'I John*,';;;; Leon, Hemando, ',p' dt 'P'K .tn$ "."k t1j11111 r .'s r r'r '': ...rrnrer f' .."" ..... 0('>.'11 .--.".'.;'.r.-..."...1""' .',." rf r.'b uNr_, f",-.s.)'1"....', w- 1 1 ,
g |r ter" Iftfr * jf* wrtri arr*- ,-h >i w $ *'rW'K Washington,' bade.Paint .Bay
'' I :
iir friy , > "t- -4 *-f i* N* |rtfk/? -' bt<" "**"' ( *- Bead
f :4a . Alachoa,, Duval, iiUsbol'ough folk
< x *< in. r' ' And.$ulvapnee'gountieu., i.r .,, ., IWIW) IIIAIIIIIWIMIrick.
( "' n, t4aar *.'*.' "srd w .'Ira'r; 3'yrr' ..cIl1! vt -Z'W4.7Prhn\ ," .r ''l1'r! I ,.a.t4; ..r i'WI l a !7s s* S.iR s+ .yJ

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: 000004044- 400400000 !. that.* quiet the title ta Ihe folwWlJ5S :- -
described' 'property located In ,4.; \ '
1 'J\ 't7I r.,t".
Legal Advertisements i I the Florida City to.of .KlMlmmee....It: BegInning Oeceola at the County moat AGRICULTURAL f

Weeterly.Corner' of Lot Four' of Block .-. . .
Fifteen of the South ..... ;> .. .
: .. ... ,:O' ..... .. i Com .ny'. Survey to'!' the Florida Town Ilallroad of Kissimmee '"I ',.

City. Oaceola County- State of J. R. buNN COUNTY AGENT. .

I thereof Floridaaccordln filed recorded to the ofHclal among plate the It is ,not too late ," _
COBHT in AND FOR ant yet to make
COUNTY public record.
1v" County, Flor
011KOI.A COUNTY FLORIDA.UIFFIDRTIIIAZERECOMaaPANT... ida, run thence Northeasterly" along fall clean-up spray for whitefly ,
: I' Church Street seventy-five feet to the scale in your citrus grove.:, These ,
4TT most Northerly corner of laid Lot Four sects retard the growth of the :
"UE ( of said' Block Fifteen; thence run and prevent normal bloom In
corporation organized exl.tlnq Southeasterly
along: the dividing line
a u"d..r and by virtue of the La1U of between Lot. three and Four of said spring. Spray for these with an

the 81 atc or Florua.WILLIAM, Plaintiff. Block, Fifteen a Distance of eighty.eight' emulsion, one gallon of the oil to

I feet': thence run 8outhweeterlycparallel gallons of water. ,
LYNG' alcor seventyfivefeet to Church Street to Drury& distance of Quite a number of farmers

a'j, all CAPT W. LYDelonpant I' thence run Northwesterly along avenue; Drury; having trouble with insects and

Avenue eltrhty.elirht... feet to'the placeof eases in their truck crops which
ytIe III hereby given that the above I beginning. Bald land being a part
endued .ult the Xnd of Lot Four of the saldl Block Fifteen to be expected unless i
1 923n1 byy't.
Au':east. A D. Inatltuted and situated In and part of the North praying is carried on. As a
r.-hnK-i.t: that summona ad reipondenJlum i half of Government Lot Four of Section nation spray to control both Prices
.8In.t Captain Wll11.n ,
was Iuu. Twenty-two Township Twenty-
and diseases
use bordeaux
I I. ng. also' known aa Japt W. live! Routh of flange Twenty-nine Kant
defendant In .aid came, butlurill' 4-4-CO strength to which add
J J4 i 'ii.UK' of Tnllahasaee Meridian, was flied on
d by the Sheriff of Uaonola the 6th day of October TA. 15. 1923. In pound of arsenate of lead and .
(', Jill' unsm-rvad the d.t..ndant being the above Court by Agne.Maudelialh0ws ha f pint of nicotine sulphate < (.
"f f the Stale of Florida; that said against YOU and othera. YOU AND
(nil Attachment( has been levied by RACH OF YOU ARE leaf 40)) to every 50 gallons of
W on the following describ.ri This mixture the lice l 2 the Ford Motor Company
IUI.I Sheriff HANDED: to appear In said cause on gets plant ,
heal Istste\ h..lonl\rlnl\\ to said deft the 3rd -day of December; A. r>. 192$. rollers and jassids aa well as the
,inns, situate. lying and being In Ose Witness th.< IlonoVnblo C. O. Andrews easest- the following reduced prices on all _
aunty. 'Iorld. to-wit:
as Judge. of the above Court and
I Th,. uth".t quarter (B\V"%, ) my name as Clerk thereof and the seal Nearly every field of Trucks "
up-tton\ Seven ,7). Township of nnM Court on this the Cth day of seen this season shows some : J
a I i -nix (26) couth tango October A. D. 1918. of the which be
, I' .nlne (III) rant, Invled up. J. U, OVERSTREKT. can
,in'. ill'-!, property of Captain AVII- As Clerk of above Court. only by planting disease! free
", the defendant In the (Circuit Court Real and then planting on ground $265.00
IOn. .sear. JOHNSTON k OARnrcTT: has never been planted to ,
iheirf..ra. you the Bald Cap-
ea: Klaslmmee. Florida.
>1:111': Lynn also known a. Capt. or has been /growing some other
\\ Council for Complainant. 43-9t
t.\;\ Lv,i a defendant. And all other per- not affected with this disease for I Car 295.00
...Mted. arc hereby top
K I 11!! t least two years. Let's all decide
-.U ,1 I, in- nnd appear to .aid action READ THE VALLEY GAZETTE ,.
i ,till i louse In the city of XI.s .- definitely to treat all Reed I
IKn*. nen, ...1.. County, Florida on -- planting from now on. The 525.00 -
tl 'R'.1 l i I'll" In No\'..mber. A, I>. l iS. so small no one can complain
Monday, the Bth day of the Weak EyesAre
10' takes little time and trouble. I
I",. lli t,,.t t iyno by{ .... t111and this enu tion.made Inflammation strop by I.Leonardl's cured without Eye rain Lo The very supply of bulletins in the 1 Sedan 685.00

"I t Puoi'." *! aa provided by law flee has recently been restocked
No other remedy so
I' ile.. of I'rn.tlc of thlaM in one day. eye I
I I i that all
enlarged most
pure and healing. Keeps the eyes ID so
4 "\ I I -S .1 J... O\'I nRTHF.:" T. working trim. It makes strong a/es. interest to the farmers of this I 230.00
,H I" C"uoly. Court In and For Guaranteed or money refunded. All tion can be covered by reference '
",unlx., \ Florida on this 4th druggists sell it. the bulletin shelves.
._ . ID2I I' Chassis 370.00
II J I. OVKHHTKKKTi { The office/ of the county agent

_- i 1 l. ill County Cnuit In and 44444444444444ti( 'T4 b{''b4 er next vptkvill be moved I to I I 1
I I'or O"r.COllnt\. )'. Florida 4 1 Willsdii building just buck of I All Prices F. O. B. Detroit
"'''I M! I ." 'all ELLIS F. DAVIS ,
Merchant and
a I Partner Bank. 1
A'" I.I. .1 (.A.., I'lnintlff S5-1H 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW
4 .. <3> that buillmir so the agent's office lowest in all Ford '
1 .liKMe'H Court In end foi < UunkjMf JHI-VOII| Count) IJullilliiHfr .;. be moved al: iintKlnrMn. In, 1h* matt -
] t. _", ., ..r.l It 1'u", hlln. de't *4 t. hU i t hsnrrry 1'raeliee I t. rlp.h".1 cent changes and refinements that

1 1. of -1')11",110"" for Ktnnl < KIH"IlU.I": FL( 11:1U\ 4 from railing any time you are ,
.in M.I.H'iM IT M\V v404 V 444<...}4 'Y 444?{.44fi{.444a (own. |I made in every body type Ford Cars
\ Toll? Ix Iwrdoclvn that ,
---- -- --- -- Thoe .straw b"rliese.aght. to l
elod)I. 11 M Viliiilnlfiliator. of <.oo .....,............;- .. ...;..;..;.:-,...;- ..';...- ;
right noif : values in
gotten in
i r J It TilmMln. Jer g : aw.iv y .u motor transportation.
tin' Judge nf the nl i,xI .. pert to have tl'c best crop pons J

__. ,I II.,.ttiis,IIlnu of..r 'til.I lilHihaiKf llllOVI:. 1'stalrf from' II. CLAY STANFORD ;a from them a_ it is getting: ( along this true of the new Four-door '
1 <- -- waul the end of the planting -<
. IIM4. REN'1'.1LS'l ,
the'4thi .IllllU. .It
,I' d.i. mi tlm lot lny.. of :Nov REAL KSTAIK. : and plants are getting: scarce. j I its streamline body and many
I th.. 3U'h ilil ofI > INSURANCE *
\ I'I 192t l Thin > -

. \ I I' I-<2JVlUUIAf \ INOriAMiMiiot FLOK1DAI yo
, of the stale of J LAST! Sl'MMI-.irS: (; '
woo 44444444v4S'9 ,
I i AeressrdJIIIINSToN }44404. {v4v49'{
A OAHUKTT -- -.------ S. I?. Chapman 13 just in receipt I
\ -.I I for alil Ad"lltl.trator.II't d 444 >4r4 a check for ten dollars, the Fordson Tractor

'IKK: .10. (..tI"nl'I.It" I MILTON PLEDGER : mer. In Fast Springfield.f the Fordson Tractor has been in-

I. our! of fkr ( ....,. JvilK ttmrrnlm vania he registered his !guess '.

t l.l oiino._,iul, <' stale"' John of KlurlflaT M Wlnstanl<,,.. O 00 ATTORNEY AT LAWState v Kelly and Green photographers, making the present price lw

1 .. To all\ Creditors. l..-Kntitrlliut : '" -0- Hank Building oQ to the number of rolls of films B. Detroit.
< I >.e. nnd all P rlloos havL 4 KISSIMMEH "..0 It I 1'I .\ would develop during the .
clHliim or Demand against 04-0'i'44400444444 Last week he got the check
, l ";III.h' I
,I i ach or you. ar hereby no- found that he 'Was one of the 1

t "i ,I required to present anyI t. F. KRIBBB W. J. STEEr people qualifying for the third take advantage oj these new prices '
I .1 I demands which >ou. or Mr. Chapman nays "Whenever <
. vou, may have against the KRIBBS &: STEED the Ford Purchase '
into of these guessing flan
r.. r n i .I .hn \Vlnntnnley.. dvcmecd.of 1 run one Weekly -
I., 'ro, olil C'ountx.. Klorlda. the aU.r..,.. ... :..._ ._ .1 Law i teats I'd register my name and \. r ( Is
;. d'dla: I d t UeorirtV. I'or n'o Kxiald K....__ 'I.rl' 'Kissiminee. Florida' in big' 1

tii. 1'" . futBtiwithin two year* .Bvr.l praellre I..11 oaf. ..* Here's the list of winners;' Y

fi n'I P.'t Mittuct date hereof Lath A. n. IDII.inonan \ tailed \\I.! .... Cumrtm. a printed list, "with 48 winners!!
( \\'. PKRHONS. nine states and Kissimm k'n Authorized Ford Dealer

|v n. Executor TAT JOHNSTON G. P. GAnnETT as big as any of them!"
\ \ FLORIDA it
1 ,- t Court for the 17lh Judlclnl ,
lor '..r?iilM County Special lload and SUNDAY SCHOOL
CJaceola Omunty.Horlila. 8
Bridge .litxtrlct No. 4,

iHfriuUol, i lalntlff.Validation. via State of Honda of .Florida Notice. Offices 1 : 10, 11 and 12, Oieeola Bank At tho Chapter House on Fr , -

TV TRW TAX PAYERS ANDIMTIZKNS: Building.KISSIMMKE evening Mrs.! M. A, Turner was
of lieilnl) Koad and llrldva IXatrlct No. ;, FLORIDA, tess to a social,' given for *,
4 U ,:rnla County, Florida Bald $peelalRo.i ians and their friends. '
and HrldKe: District being Town served by, and in a degree (when' that' 'paper' is 'a "concern,. .- VV
ihll' T\\'nlynn5) South Uanne DR. R. J. DENNING The following program was : r / Mann (
T,. "IM ,-\'n, (27) Kant of Tallahassee DENTISTOver Violin duct Ethel Owen and ( J upon the local newspaper, | as it should beA. R. ,

It ''d IMC"ola 1'maim 01). Florida You Rivers; leading. Eleanor ;
show If - - ---- -- -
i h rulri-il to
Postoffice..Vto"Ct .
the solo Mrs U. J. Burrows;
II y l I >" on UK' Zlll day Hep-
I.t u \ |I' \ttlf: nt the rourtliouat : HOURS 9 to 11 80. I'IU t. I4essdeoce duet Mrs Phjuy and, :Mrs. 1> 8 '

II! ,xi. I, i" , IIs,.,-..1" County. Klnrlilni : Phone reading Theta 'Phay; reading ,' .
'U..01 174Office
\ i I i, ,n n ". C. IIH,'..olii Count).. Phone actor nketth. :Mis. H O'Bannon ; ( i
I n d i, pai' nine of fxii (Kin' nil. unit inur. "It/ TukoH\ u heap of Loving
P, .dnlgs upon' whlib tli<- same. :Make a Home," l Icy E. A. GUt'st. ('
a I I. of l "B Hhii a n l h) I Inivtitlrtn. I -I I :Makinson.i Frost Insurance'
f. i ..IMIXI, c'nim, In llnrk'H| P. A. VANS AGNEWATTORNKTAT
and cakes, '
Ice were
of f '' Ill, .Ihu' < olllt nil the 6th IaI' \ I cream
I,1"I I \ I I' Iota: HlHUllll' liot !>'' 1 I ou.slv served and the bank account ,
,... ... d \VITNKSSI LAWWinter I It
\ I 1 ml I "tlrr. the Sunday school! fund was moonward
'' .' fiiiirt. aiKl nix" 'FICF.8 '
'J I Hi. :aho\' t ,
n i' "I.! ,tK\ H" (r. ,ii.l\ i 'a11I, l thin time 6th day uf I lars. .
). 'd.\. I' 1\123 I ._

; 1. OVnil.HTUKKT. .
-- ---- CARD 01' THAMiSWe
,\" i I'I.I rk of aliiiMt'ourt
i n lit,"' I : ) oXooOo--< ...:-:-:-:-;...:.,:.,:--:-:-:..:-:..:-:..: --- has so reduced manufacturing costs that we are f'
'' iHSSTMN'\ : ; OAHIIKTT. take this metlmd, of l'xpl'l's ) Skinner Coke Heaters at $1.98. | 1
\, < in. s. | fol, SpfflHl' I H'II.I" ii.lHrltlt7<' 0 00 our heartfelt thanks! to the good Jt
i Nt 4, Onci-ola Countir;;r lorlda6t '
for the
4 COMPANY. TAMI'A pie of Kissimmee many
l. < onrl MIIKK nt the: TO(namljr C ItmurOIIN..nd... the death of our precious<
' I I' .i,:ite nf \\ llhi lin Schmidt. PeiMstilit 4 M. J. Crowder, Agent, Kissimmee : daughter Jettic !Mae.

T.. 11"1 ''" .'II..r..j'. .sad.. >.eii. r>l..lrlbulee. 0 ?{ M Q'f:.. '},>r"....":, !MRS.n. C. I P SAILERS.c. : are made of Armco Rust-Proof Iron,..which extends
ill I I'i rxiniH having Clnlmi or 444440441'4444 so that you may measure its cost on a ten or
". "In IMH) iiKilnnt, enid stab*:
\ il end, nf you. lire hereby north 444fi4444444444:+++0':":-: 'Y:'p READ THE VALLEY .
J 'I I r"'lul.i t tl "r..nt., any
.1"" ,InJ. ) in.lliilH. whirl! MU. or : t
rltl' , M. TILLER
r \ ""I. ninv hln""ln"t eat -
tll't tlif II HIi' ,Im SilimliH, dressed late I ( intense-burning; coke as the fuel, these Florida-
K e, I !rn"< ,OHfidlii County. ""orl"a.I" | Real Estate Agency | . low first cost long life positive protection and
'Hi 1,. ,I"r"I,1, , ,\.Irnlnl..trnlrlx of I
Mill , l t. within two y..nrl from the ACCIDENT *
1"1",1' i mil\ \ i D. m* 4 INSURANCE '
< It places under no obligations and will
Surtll.SI'11MiIT I << : 4 INDEMNITY BONDS 0Co now. you
40 Hi \ilmlnllitratrlx '
6n the protection of your grove property
tc. tO :'<+:+''''''':' USE
In On ult Conndi tin S've ft t'rnlh SANITARYDAIRYCO'S .
I Judlelni Clrrult of tin State tit Florida. .

| I Chin* and r. t'for Kllfn the Count Thomas)' of rmiiplalnant.Onoeola. In KISSIMMEE PLUMBING MILK & ICE CREAM

'a Virgil Thomas respondent l>lJWce l- SHOP
'IHK STATE OF K1.OKII TO Skinner Machinery Co.
'Irgll. Tliomaa. You are hereby comndi -
"' d to appear In the nbo\ entitled i
limit' 0' the Courthouse door, nt KlaalmOmM'oln Nothing Too Big w'r ? Dunedin. Florida.I i
nN.> County Florida, on the 5th pox lIS
day of ;.N0>.enilt-r, A. II. JH2J WITNESS Too Small
the Iliinnrable I' 0. Andrew, aa J udKeJj Mpa
: the .,hove Court and my name as Mule. > p rtm nt. '
."rk thereof and the seal of said 1M Sklnaar M thl ery Company. pe
"urt nt Klmlmmee. Oaceola County Work GuaranteedTo rills Dan4tn. Florida. )
florliu. "n this the 24th dn>- of
ti-mber, A. D. 1923. I Send Information about heater iulpmat r.-
J. L* OVERHTHKRT..8"1'-1 Be Satisfactory qulrd to .ro4 ct my grove
\" Clerk of the a boenu ATTENTION' t
(SEA .)
JOHNSTON OAnRBTT. I ba.e ........., acres la 'grove VarleU..
*. Counsel for Complainant. 4It 5 Broadway : Telephone FATHEIJSSanitary %

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I" Circuit Court In and for the t
Judicial Circuit of the 8t.te.

J"Io rlfla In and for Oacnola County. ARfS. In- Dairy milk is Name ....v..w+....___......._..__.. ,
Jl Oeery. Order" of Publication. : ?
| .. own Comt- CITYMEATJARKET the milk for your folks. .
mplal lAnd It will benefit your baby. Adtlr. .4..r/i.J.........Nr. 1 .1. R..pondent.. THE STATE
A .rLorUDA TO: M. N, Dunn, Amanda Your wife and children
'! I A Ol v01 toine'rvriao Known ... Mra.klADe will like it and it will be
Vol) and Rowland G. t>. Vol.
.I rL'] ."band; R. O. Meek; Sarah Mary good for you.ANimRYDAIRY.
12i", 'ord.; A....nelt Sophia. Pattlaon. If
)1' / ipondenti are living and If "aid
"naenta or any of them are dean' Freslt,1Keat aidVegetables
f i l AH *r.ona claiming an Internet, In the ;
--t I :
dlreeirlriedrenls.syoa. thewli.saidtn"} \ '
.... : IJrllti ian.
'1 aact : unde" an, 1.\ ('---.: '.. ouz
qer elalmanr of or .
1 :-J named Teapondenta.; >AlaoV.XS -THE 1.I{....:- 'Db' '" :" 4'11 t I ytit i _J .
& 01FLORIDA/ TO; : 'All JMtrtlf" ;
Sdl1"*.claiming, an r."J 'jK.f55 : .... > A ,st'pR ; .AIn1Jr' r ass rwa' dll; -:

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--1 BUBLISHED BY 4. By; Spuds Johnson ,

_-_ _- KJ8SIMMEB. !EVERT: FRIDAY FLORIDA. I.. 4.. . .. . ... 4. .., ... The Young Business Man .

_ _ -\V. U. HARRIS _____,_______Pre.ldent A great day is dawning for the livestock -

Jj). Q VANS AGNEW-.......8.oretar in Florida. That is a :
ALLISON T. FRENCH.,...,____Editor Industry .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES belief 'in which I have great confi T -

ODe Copy, On Year__............II.00 dence. This ubject has been thoughtover .
On*, Copy, Six Month.__,__.._?_. 1.00 FOR SALE .
On. Copy Thru Months.______.. ..1i0I and studied by me for a ]long .
I .1 time. FOR SALlit 4-room coUarr', close In, One c;>f .the, best things a young busin'essman
(Entered lit the postornca at Klsslmmee. with good business lot fronting on

Florida a. second-class' matter.) Experience and the specialists tellus Wh Main term of etrevt.payment.$aOoo. Favorable can learn, Is the bank habit. Get ac-

I All communication rxrppt from authorized that pasturage is about the most I1I'LJNOIU;; 6-IIOOM Cot lane" hot and .
correspondent. must bj' signed before livestock does itthunder cold water, bath electric Ilrlhl.; lot quainted with banks and banking laws.
by the writer. important problem us 50x200 feet; Rood garage; 16 bt-ar-
Rejected matter will be returned If InK urnpefrull. and Xang-o-
that of tick orange
raisers not excepting The
called for. rifle treed. ; plentyKuavas Cheap I at success and permanence of
The latter 9
eradication. problem can 2000. Easy payment plan. Nice

,, be remedied by man-made and man- shade; property fronts on brick
I I Faret, A .
f ThEAMERICANPRSASSOCIAflON. executed laws but no such. will make atr..t.MOIJ1'HN .
f -- I ART front, 8-room house:
grass grow. -because electricity (light- Karaite; close In. only I $:250. welcomes the young business man.Merchants
I was visiting over at the Florida ning), in passing through the ELKtlANT I'KOPKUTY. mod.-ln tothn I .
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1923 Experiment Station the other day. ]1 I clouds meets resistance which minute; large lot, (life, lawn: benutlfnl -

Prof. \V. E. "Stokes, grass and forage I causes heat. This heat makes fruit ornamental: excellent house shruhbi-ty., gitraici lola. for of .

crops specialist had lust received a the air expand in violent waves two rain lust be neon to be appreciated. I TI
I BRYAN WAfTS ANOTHER letter from a FlcrUla farmer in whichit which thunder against; the eardrum Easy payment plan Price

CHANCE AT PRESIDENCY was asked if our common wiregr !!sever Always take 20$7000.ACRES.' Rood combination oranifi- I,

William Jennings Bryan three' will be subdued and replaced by 1 and poultry( farm; some minor Improvements.
times the candidate of the Democratic better grass. We had a hearty con- ; 40 bearing oranKi, 11'.'.-.. r and
A4eIeot lots of nice oak trees Rtxiiil Bank
versation that matter. i
i is candidate on ,
I party for the presidency a I building Kite, very cheap at $900.<> .
I for a fourth nomination to beI It wan agreed that what this farmer 20 ACRES LAND all fenced. 15 a-ct .... , ,
made next summer. asked about will come about, providing Aspirin Tablets] i iI of It hop; tight: 4-room house sdi-( '

t That is the news from New York we cattle raisers will get out and I ble; chicken house and other out OF KiSSIMMEE .
5 of
buildings" ; acres bearing; orange
said Mr. has been help nature. Wiregrass will withstand to avoid'that ringing in
where it is Bryan your grapefruit and tatiKerlnes. RUHXHH' .
"11 I feeling around for support for his fire; it will not withstand closeJt'razinJt' ears which signals the com- I and several other varieties of fruit
will i it Kent of reasons for selling Will take I
ambition. It is interesting news because or trampling, nor sur- ing-on of a cold.
.1 J buyer to owner to get prloiwhich I
t '4 despite the triple defeats of vive being plowed up. The plants,recommended Absolutely pure aspirin, 'tablets r wo annum to be exceedingly' low

Mr. Bryan, he is today one of the for grazing purposes in so skilfully made that their I ;ICO! At-HKS Rood land about 2'yi miles I
outstanding figures in the this state-lespedeza Japan clover), from city limits. run drive out of
most action in 15
benerjcial begins i yard onto fine brick road to town : I
country irrespective! of party lines! Paula, Va ey, Carpet and Bahia seconds. Snow-white, highest 1 rood fetire,,,: extra good house of fi I I .
I --- - - -
and he will continue to be such along I'rn"s's-will not live if fire is {permitted purity, never irritate or burn. rooms Kpleiidiil! furnlshlnir. I -

as he has vigor of body as wellas in our woods; but they thrive up- One of 200 Puretest! InK A SfilKi( 1'1'1)1'' piano span InrlUd'l
preparations and Kaiilen'
close Brazing and trampling. harness waKon farminK ,
of mind. on ;! for health and nygiene. i-ntil-.. J.: r.
tools milk row 10 head or I .. Thc>
From number of that \ XX1PSC
Mr. Bryan has been accused of being a experiments Every item the best that .skill I a lot of ehliki-ns." nil for "I U'JU X1
t the most have been conducted in the southern Host '' for selling I
even I I
I an and conscience can produce. ,, n'iH% : '
states,-nnd some of them in Floridait 20 clone to buCk road 3'i
vigorous anti-Bryan man or woman miles. from town 3 1 .acres. hesrlnu. :
i iq well that the [Licensed
must admit that he has held steadfastto pretty proved R. G. MINICKi grove, 4-room houHc,.> ; fine oak tree I I Ixarane Store and Chapl Funeral Director(
I the principals for which he has days of wiregrass are numbered. work shop; chicken hous-
\I :-Of r. Farmer, protect your pasturelands Kood Intid. price 27..0 Kin,. mil'faim '. -
his third defeat 0"A
after Stncfrt. 5
fought and even >m ofA.rr. Strvit I. R...
..c'hool IMIM tnk s rhtldMifi" to from fire, if it be
.. for the presidency he was strong 'I even necessary I 'nlll Q-XctL Drug Sfora !\ and fiom .school ural dlivcrv. "KOIM.1 St.wart Aona A!! ... '
t councils to 'to fence it up. Pick .out a few easy- I
enough in the party's J".llhbo'hood.
I place Woodrow Wilson on the ticket. to-get-to spots plow up the wire- I'EH1.; \, KINK: stork rnnches. lit lowprlrett I Kiimm. High Grade Ambulance' Service at Call
I blunder off rrav*. sow the seed of these! plants I i All I.lntl.. of Florida bmno .
tactical .
The one great let the cattle graze over the land to I II and i liiMst.iients,, iVn Ca'I'''I 11 d. ii('" Ofnci141. I'HONKS(,1n<-.: 7.
his I
Mr. Bryan's career was quitting HINTS HOt'SLWIVES "0 I 1t.1t,1 |
the Wilson cabinet in which he was kepp other plants trampled and grazed ;\":I.'UI' iti.:t i.'I' ( OM I'AY' I

!secretary of !state, on the eve of the I (down and you will be surprised I Weekly from Home Demonstration", ( I -._- I

entrance of the UnitedStates! into how quickly you will have a wonderful Specialists, Tallahassee iii: ('TI l'UI* ill"\t I': fi looms I.M,>I- ---- -
the World Yet he has outlivedthe paFturtNature:,: is willmT to help I -. I i.i litl\ (fuinl Iatiei. tie policies. new -
war. \h' .1],','01 ited liiNlde a tul out IHIKrorn < -
but have first to how
\ou. you got : a House Cleaning Time .
of .
sting of the contrary current I r lot aruue. lit*'k n h"nM'M |
opinion that act of his aroused, and readme" to help' yourself. It can lie i I Shredded newspaper dampened i is all kinds of fruit I'ltr.. tar,1I11.
I done But remember; that all-import- Tel Ins I 1'iiYKR; JtiA t.'lY l'" I
is today very much in the forefront splendid to scatter over carpets orlarge 46-llx J. R. CLAY
ant thinA'--kl't"p fire off the land.
before '. The
I of things. 1 I rugs sweeping.;! dust I ---- -
Bryan be the party's nominee. i< !settled '
I may "If yon drn't toot your own horn. l'' Ht 4 AM'; 'l ill()I. r \\ 'n"I th I 9'"'' k iodIH '
If he is nominated, doubtless! he will | Dry coarse salt scattered over carpets I r>: : : I
I nobody else will for everybody <.Ise l new $< tnkfM It M it tt(n \.fl5
p make his campaign on the platformof their That I settles dust> and also brightens ; li,i,",.h. KJ(lh Mil "'<.t ti ''HI Ot .'KOH: fl are busy and
strict enforcement of national pro- sound tooting a bit pessimistic or skeptical the carpet. I TVS!I, St Cloud. KlniM' 4. Jt I. Garage Machine Shop
may --
- -- ---- -- -
hibition. A pioneer in the ranks of I Rugs that roll up at the edge, can I
but it usually works out .
pretty ,, FOil SAI.K--Hho<] iKland H. "" r".keri. -
<,!he prohibit.ioniate, an ardent advo- near that \vav. And it fits more ways be made smooth by WP(\ing edges 'i 1". JIll.I .. wlnn..r. th.. n*.at I know ,-
cate of prohibition, a forceful lecturer : and turning them juj't' j ide down of an) from I f 511' to SZ (in
than one. For instance it applies! to i Martin Anshatinh.. I 12th and <>rK'>u SUCCESSOR TO CLA Y & THOMAS
[:for thoroujfTfly
is that until
on the topic, it probable no a day dry.
i communities as well as to persons. 1 I' streets Box 78K St "loud, "'lorl in could draw to his 1 I Household ammonia saves labor in -
I, man any party Yes, let the community toot its UltxFOR
I support such an avalanche of women horn. My community is l going to tootso cleaning: wooM\ work, and furniture, Farming Machinery

I s votes as Mr. Bryan. Therein loud this fall and winter by show- tone tablespoon to a quart of water. : 8AI.K-About forty white I K.'(g- ,

lies his chance, if nominated. His ing at the fairs what it can raise i' Furniture should be.. wiped dry at horn. hens 1 IJ II.also lludnon.about PlnrdaN fifteen. IIM KUiilmmee. 'kerels. -- I Gas Engines and Rebuilt
'once. Pumps
sincerity cannot be questioned. and what it has that the world for along 45-2tx
Whether Mr. Bryan would make a around will know about | The back of the piano should be

great president or not is a que iwa this piece ways of the universe.The i i protected by a dust cloth of denim or FOlt OHOVKS.. Improved lots.. income farm property colonisation -

that admits of much debate. That he communities that get to the :.other suitable material tacked or tTartu .nee IIOYKH KKAIv BEARINGS FOR
would lash the enforcement officers front ranks in the business industrialor pasted lightly to the frame. In moist TY CO.. over Ten Cent /Utore 4 -ltx1IAVK NEARLY ALL MAKES OF CARS

into action cannot be doubted-if he :climate the wires will be protected
commercial world don't do .
by I KXCI-tlSIVK' eaI of some of '
can find a way; and most presidentscan standing back while the others do all from rust by sprinkling them with the best acreage ailjolnlrifr the city "
I' I
enforce their program through he rdvertising.. If vou got a thing' unslacked lime. limits. of KIsMlmmef ..t' "Klvp and

men who are their appointees and that you are proud of, you; got to tell I The keys should be wiped with alcohol CO.I>et Live prices" 11OVKR HKAI..TY:4S-11X ,

whom they can lift out of office as the world about it, or the world will once a week on cleaning day to -- -

quickly asthey put them in. live in total ignorance of it. The old prevent their yellowing and the var- FOR SALE-.-Frult and chicken farm. FOR RENT j ; ,occcocooooooo ooo o:
William Jennings Bryan candidatefor nish may be kept in good conditionby If you are bolting for a..snap I haveIt
saving that the Lord helps those who I .. ,
president, has a familiar sound. help themselves is just another way wiping once a week with a chamois for* bearing you... Twenty; variety acres of: 6acresrrov otherfruit. FOR KENT-Suite of ftve room.: mod.rrn I' ARRIVAL AND: DRPARTURBOP

Can \'t be' that his stubborn purpose of saying this thing. wrung out of cold or warm water, or Including" "grape:. cotturn and office,convenience or ,$2I4.w Tork Csll Av at. : TRAIKSNORTHBOUND 'f

I to lead his fellow-citizenswill, at last Well In view of this Idea. which a by wiping: with a cloth moistened with other bulldlnors. One mile from ua"t'tt"j '

r have.fulfilment, or will it, be the old few of my neghbora and I at last turpentine kerosene, or cold-drawn tore postofflce. and depot Florida.Adilressi OOOOO"OOU !.!.! O>.OoO OOOOO
Box 102. Orange Center FOR .
story of the pitcher- too often taken have been able to sell to entire linseed oil, or a mixture of these. 45-ltx RENT-Furnished
our _ _ _ _ suite of two rooms each, Call atlasette (2 T. .
to the well ?-Manatee River Herald. To clean cane chairs and wicker eare Kisalnirne------: A.M.
community most of those ( oftieor .
(certainly 326 :New York vrnvie 04 I. ._ _
bamboo FOR SM.K' Hv owner one of thebext eave Klsslmmee 10 II A.)1.
and rattan
who live in it), we are going to have furniture: First little truck and berry farms. In KlHslmmee 45-tf /*0-Ix.ave Klsslrnraee. 27 P.M.
our own little community fair then blow the dust out of the crevices with nice 'home. Yilrc-ly located FOR-- 2S-Leave Klssltnmee. _ SZI: P M.
THE JOURNALISTIC FIELD .:. -Two rnmC..rt..hl ru.-
I! j
with of bellows, '
a pair a good Nothing better In thin s< -
to send exhibits the fished
we are going to 3-rooin wit h *
; apartment pir
_ .
51-Leave .
Klsslrnroee 4 07 A It.27L.cave
sized bellows This tlon If want to save monv .
bicycle vou .
or vnti bath nnil modirn
and the state fairs and pump. coflv'nlences.v
i (Highlands County Pilot) possi- deal direct with. nnd addretiHOwner . Klsslmmee _ .10:1.: AM.
will in rn ", llni.-lle offli 43-f
With the retirement of S. J. Trip- !lily show -at other places. We don'texpect greatly assist cleaning Makea Route 2. llox .13. KISBlmmce. --- ---- -_... ( -I..eave. Klssirnmee------. : I*. MSO .
: suds by dissolving half a bar of 4S-4IX -L. avs Xiseimrne.------: P II.APPKA .
world-wide Florida.
to much FOR ,
get RKNT
lett from the Pilot, one of the ablest very -rnfurnlsh.-l rooms lIce
*1 veterans of Florida printers and journalists advertising out of our community affairs white soap in a gallon or more of --<--- I' It ITlvllt. Corner < roe.'ry 44-tf 111-Arrive KI.almm.t'.It.O nilANtll A.M.
and ---- -
leaves his chosen field for days ; we are pulling it so as to advertise water adding half a cupful of truck worm ,Irh.... with four Ri <>,| -- 110-Leave Klsslmmee. 230 P. M.

of rest. "Trip" as he Is known over ourselves"' to ourselves and to common salt. This will prevent the SIr.., Fniir.> at :Monroe, Thorn .. FOR, TRADE 'ftl'UAII' RitiT103Leave _
4 from --- - - Klsslmmee 12 Noon
the state, has carried a union card get: up confidence. cane tifrning yellow. Apply the -(OaraRo--- -- --. 452tcFOR - l Ki lit Tit AI I I.t,. Two "KO.M, .1| farm, I foil 106-I..av. Klsslmmee. . 416 P. M.
: 43 years and has never missed an as- But up at the county fQir we are suds to the chair with a scrubbing SAI,1.; Hi lit '. iKh ..rr'r taken. m\' ninl 4n o.ce. In :01.\,1. cUtY. Ar- 103 Arrive Klsslmmoe. 1 :50 1'. M
sessment nor drawn a days sick or iroino: to show the other communities brush; first one side and then the other home In KlHHl .nun-.. Six lit.. IK.' k..n."H. i gooi| oil JM op, *'rt\ ) for good 104-Arrive Klsslmmet. . 5 40 P M
be ..,. .. tcr., fni rn. or .bunlm-mri. in Florida 27 and IS Is local train. between.
other benefit. He and Mrs. in this old county that they have I may thoroughly soaked. Placeit rooms t I-* .II.'J |I' H. Imth eli'i .
Triplett . .
out of doors to in t"lIy, icaliiKi'. prnivrt\| ileai llooil K I' H.d. 1)) -, ,I-I* x> Mtirkannuii Sanford and Port Tiiinjia. other
have retired their some neighbors. Nothing less than dry a shady l and
to country place at : title M Mntthiwu. 21 Urury avinue 4,6-ltr through >etweeii Port Tampa
Narcoossee where he says he is go- first place will satisfy us. Then thev'l1.! place. This will make the cane firm corner Church 45-21' ------ --- Jacksonville .
and tight and renew its elasticity. FOR /lAI> have you n (foo.i Florida -- -- -
ing to live the life of a retiredcoun have to send us to the state fairs, ._ -- -- - -- -- -- -
Li. MX houi.. 1 122 ICinmetlstreet home to trailu for an NO-aor A
; try gentleman. Many who knoW' his and maybe on to New York where BEAN GROWERS SHOULD ApiU' *to Mrs I"ro.1 K fillhert Ohio farm T H f.eky.S'oostr.,

t? active mind and nature say he is just we'll]) have a real chance in Madison WATCH FOR LEAF-HOPPER or (3,'(). F I'arker Okeechol.... Ohio. 44-4tx TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNEThe

fooling himself and that he'll be back Square Garden. Florida 4B-4tx

in the game before long."Trip Yes. the next four months will sea Truckers who grow bunch and snap -FOR BAI:K:--Ir. at'-ri-s,-. food title with WANTED. Tampa Morning Tribune is the!

v' ," who come to the Pilot something doing here. We will d01 beans in the fall and winter are liableto 6-room hoiisi art-slan well 300 WATEUTo\ nail Ford touring car Great Florida Newspaper exploitingthe /

about two years ago J and who has more publicity work and get more '' encounter an enemy in the bean fruit trees. west .nd ofEmmett I 19 2 ..wile I. Ito..c,1! I It I Inn, for < s- resources. of the State and paying
been associated with the it; across for the invested than street Also. horse and cowr. cram county ri'nl caijit.or COWHHre !
editor money
present insect
leaf-hopper. This causes the 2 heifers. and bull during his regime here was the we possibly could in any other manner trouble known 'as hopperburn which R. Brown 44-ltx

man who Introduced the resolution be- except through the columns of may result in serious losses to the __.___n __ ANT"ISf'.nd hand refrigerator I Industrial Agricultural, Horticultural -
fore the International TypographicalUnion the newspapers. bean A of bordeaux mi- FOR S.' \I.E- R-room houne food ...hdltloll or Ire box. nlao) few chairs. and rock- Political and Social Event
crops. spray good water I H5 foot well. i .r."dr...... P o. HOK 252. 'ltv.
in 1887 for the establishmentof ture and nicotine sulphate is recom- pump In kitchen small harn, car- 4S-ltx I as they occur in every Town City and

what is now the finest institutionof Like That mended as a control measure. liKe: lot 72x I 47. twelve (Ittus trees, ------ .... -- I Hamlet in the Great State of Florida.
its kind in the world-the Printers' "When Ah had 'de influendzer Ah The bean leaf-hoppers have been some bearing' Address. 110 Dllllnft- \VK NKEH .an Industrious. '
Home at Colorado had a chill dat was so cold dat it frozeall ham avi-, Klsslmmee. I'"lorldl41ltx lady (>r gentleman. to sell rfp'lta"I"1 Send in your subscription to the
quite numerous this the velvet -
year Inc .1. R. Watkins. Products
is the dean of Florida de waterpipes in de horsepittle. Tribune Office or hand it to your local
prin bean crop which indicates that FOR SAl'TC-Fine Hrondway property .slmmee A few good n ...
ters. He the union "Dat ain't nothin'. When Ah had de containing 8 rooms with furniture In other i dealer reading
joined 20 years they will be troublesome on bunch open nearby"cities Th nationally so that you can enjoy
before fever mah mouth done melted de doetah's Large sleeping. porch. Modern. Lot advertised Watkins Products
was granted thummetah an' Ah had to wear and snap beans during the fall and AlxllO Three blocks from postofffce hah..n Known and Used. .since186K Florida's Greatest Newspaper. One
V boasting of 43 years continuous memo asbestos winter. If they are, serious suffering Flowing well fruit flowers.. and I'on't accept any other riVer $8.00 six months $4.00, three
: bership. He has been connected -with pajamjams to keep from may be expected says A. H. Beyer, shade Thomas A. Rogers. CIO IlroHil- until you Ret our pro(>o..ltloll, It's year
burnin' de sheets." I Klsslmmee, Florida. 41-ltx .. months $2.00 and month 75c.
newspapers for 42 years in both the I assistant entomologist of the Florida way different. Full particulars "d samples one

editorial and mechanical ends of the The twelve Masonic lodges in Dal- experiment station. I I FOR "BALE-One. Hem In K ton typewriter Watkins are free Co., 93 today Memphis.'I'enn. .1 It, 40-tf

game. He was associated in the early The bean leaf-hopper is a small : In Rood order price reasonable. 43-3tx -
"building" of Los Angeles, being at : las, Texas, have rai/sed/ over $32,000for greenish insect about an eighth of ah Pledger & Davis. 4!.-.Ztx CLOSE CHILDREN'S WEEK AT

one time in publicity work and community a dormitory at the State Masonic I inch in \length. It flies very rapidlyand FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter. with extra LOST METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAYChildren's

building work. Home and School. appears abundantly during wide carriage Perfect con.nUon.Enqulrt' . -
spm- I.'HT--III KIsHlmmee. October 10 HedOrcins observed
Week has been
Before coming to the Park he and fall months. at Gazette Office tfx
r was mer The first evidence official representative's pin
'S with the Highlander at Lake Wales Albany, N. Y., Sept 30.American of injury from it usually occurs FOR HALH--Fine residence' property Finder leave. at Gazette office end! this week by the First Methodist

end previous to that was with the Legion members in Rensselaer New on the tip or apex of the leaf as Apply at the office of The Valley receive reward. 4f.2tx" church in Kissimmee and next 'Sun

News in Okeechobee and The Valley I York have not given up hopes of obtaining a triangular burned area. This area Gaiette Klsslmmee l-tf day morning at eleven o'clock a special -

Gazette in Kissimmee. He has served historic old Fort where MISCELLANEOUS program will conclude the week'5activities.
: Crab soon runs back along the margin of FOR 8ALR-Banana. plants, lady fingervariety.
as president of the Florida State the strains of "Yankee Doodle" were the leaf and moves inward toward the 26 cents each .W. B Harris NKID'H HEALJNO I1ATH8 recommended During this week the Sun-

Press Association and has frequently first heard as a post home. The midrib. The margin and tip of the for rheumatism ecsema and all day school teachers and workers have
SECOND HAND OOODS. bought, sold kinds of skin diseases Also for been the homes in the interest
been voted the "handsomest" man in present owner of the building is Mrs. leaf turns brown and curls upward. visiting
I and repaired. The Casino 44-tf stomach trouble. For baths and mineral of the children and the Sunday
the state. Van Rensselaer
Strong Philadel- The
a injury appears first on the lower FOR SALE-Modern 4-room bungalow water for drinking purposes
phian. It has been unoccupied for a leaves but later spreads to the en- furnished: bath room: gsrag; 8 city leave order at 114 Patrick street or school.Dr. .
NEW USES TOR WOOD BEING long time and shows signs of decay.A I tire plant .feeding only on the lower lots; IS bearing citrus trees, Inquire phone 208. Charles Neld. Owner. W. C. Norton and Superintendent

.l REVEALED BY CHEMISTRY previous effort on the part of legion side of the leave The adults, when : W. J. Steed or Box 68. Saint klsslmmec, Florida. 46-tfo John I L.: Oventreet have invited

:-. men to obtain the building fail. disturbed in seriously infested fields, Cloud. 16-201 .- __--- --J- parents to attend the Sunday school
Chemical. research is
for wood; that revealing new ed, but. a pew proposal has been madeto rise and fly In swarms. STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE- NOTICB. session next Sunday and become
uses not dreamed .
were the owner, in the hope of pre.ervIng To control Professor Beyer says'apray Missionary and Klondyke. Grown NOTICE Is hereby liven that sealed members of some of the adult clas
; of a few years ago, declares the For from fresh northern stock to al-.
nursery ,
the fort the bids will b. by the Board of ses. They are especially
of historic
as one with bordeaux mixture 4-4-50
+ est Service, United States department the : this .f.rl'b. Three dollars per thousand County Commissioner, In and for Os- so attend the eleven oVlock church i i
4 of agriculture. One example spots- of nation.Ambassador . formula, adding a half pint of nicotine I Starke. Cash with order. ceola County Florida, up to ten A. M., much im;:
'. services which will be of
sulphate to about 50 of the Prompt shipment and rood November
gallons Monday 8th., A. D. 1121. for
c Driven Is that of the extended use of plants. T. S. Williams Stark.. Fla it is ex-1: :
: ,Masamo Hamihara. of bordeaux solutIon In spraying it is the opening of right of way on road portance. At this meeting
4 r '" pulp 'Wood not, only for'paper prod: the SS-SOt forward step <
Japanese embassy to the United important that the start running from Holopaw to KenansTni pected that a definite
pets but also for ber containers operations together with the construction of snobbrldg. toward
States, .has written to American Le- FOR will be inaugurated looking
SALE-f04 acr. rood pastureland
as soon a* the first leaves have form- .. a. be shown In
,I wall-board, and similar forms off don: national headquarters express* ed. It is also essential that the near St. Cloud. For quick sale tlon. may .Bpcolflca.-- the almns of the Sunday' school in itf ,

",,materIaL Wood is already in use for ing' appreciation of sympathy sent by to both from above and below spray *l.OO per acre. Writ 8. D. Williams, Bids to be delivered to the Clerk of relation' to the pupils and the par >t'J
making' of, *artificial silk SppUed Wauchala.. Florida. a-tr the Circuit Court. J. L Overstreet. and t .
; rope ear- the legion at the time of Lh. great .Dt .

'. ',. .? pets' and .other fabrics. .'* *_ catastrophe in:Japan. Sach sympathy 'sides o that of it the may leaves completely cover both FOB fjATA For 1&."", .-....t.b.d set of Specifications to the said Clerk mar b.or had 3. Johnston applying -. ",I_

: I .'' .Beeau'of thisgreat! progress In as years is most" precious in such -- ; Room. and No Trespass. Card., ..1. .. County Bndnssr.B. I bans ever considered it aithe, ,I Ia1 ;'
Maw each at ThOas tta ofOo .
S the,discovery of'new,,uses toy wood times of: vnffering": *s this, and you It: wouldn't take *A airplane long' to Li. D OY.r.treot, Chairman.. dlap.niabl.duty of,every:JDember 01 .

tr t t1't :'th.'.departmeJIt'',declares it to b>>e, alllb. may be sure that my people win respond tj'oy.ral1 of/Florida's/ cattle rang ., LOAMS fttestl J. L. OY.I'.tnI8t.' Clerk.> .oclett'toromou.a' : fares' In iIISIJ'

t',!{ more necesMrrte.treat the: to*It,\ not only.'with: ".gratitude to,'catter seed of Uspedes (Japanese T, '''When storlnr .sweet':potatoes remember ,

,0"y 'than M Umb.rmnuw1thzotht. takIng''the',task_.-reconstruction: ," .\"*,SolJletbinC"onfaJ.. . .the. ,airplane 'dtjr .r'/ farm prop x.It.ity BM Rsssrrsi., De. ne coble foot of space. A storage bin nil; but"lnore .pedan1th.:; cons'JllU; .1
j. ; ":#replacement:; "..- ,';sf 1,, ',-.. 4ImMiador.BmIhara wrOte.' can do.. i > M'Sasr ',_ : :" ?iM?; 'itTIhIchb. liTe JohnH nt "
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Legion SpecialTONIGHT l I 4

peal. Happenings I This is{ a MICH'EIIN'ye"ar. .,

: l Prmnitil teaming I; to -

:'I ,.. 'u.__ __._ . h "era- ._
f ; r I
/' Eat at Dupont' Cafe, tf foa.eoooo44 t ooooaoaa 1
Henry Planer of Minneapolis arrived *' WEATHER- REPORT THEATER ;' 10
in KUsimmee to spend the winter. :*

Good equipped farm for rent. Nelson e' Official Bulletin of daily tern. *o KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .

Realty Company. 4 Dished Kissimroee Co- .
Mrs. Martin Ansbaugh, of Saint 4 4 !?!fiatIveUS' Weather Bureau: IN THEIR GREAT Cloud, was in Kissimmee shopping, Sitlon- for the weelf ending .

yesterday.Auto 4 a Thursday, October- 18: 4* 'The' Port of Missing Men"UNDER

For lUre Call C. C. Rum- 4 Date Max :Win. Prep. *
mell, Phone 41. 26-tf 4 Friday Oct 12--81 64 .00 < ., PERSONAL DIRECTION OF WILLIAM TRIPLETT .
4 Saturday, Oct 13___
83 64 .03 < .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam returnedthis 4 REPEATED BY PUBLIC .
Sunday, Oct 14____85 67 .00 DEMAND
week from a month's visit in 4 Monday, Oct 1583 69 trace C. i If- __-
Masachuaette. 4 Tuesday, Oct 1682
Shaves. 15c; haircuts, 35e; children, 4 Wednesday, Oct 17.84 72 .06 00-
2fiC; at Casino Barber Shop. 20-tf ** Thursday, Oct 18,.84 72 .05 < ELMER, An American Gentleman. )t
4 Readings are made at 6:00 p. 4 BEN COOK, who -Propwe. Thirty-four Times.ALLISON f T. FRENCH
Rev. T. T. Brantley, of Live Oak, m. for the preceding.twenty-four ,
' )f spending the week with.. P. R. hours. 4 JOEY CLARK, a Fisherman______________________SIDNEY M. RICHARD .

I' ]'ri ett and family. 4 ALLISON T. FRENCH. 4 WAITER _______
-- Co-operative Observer. 44a -------------------------- _______TIIOS. A. CASON "Old Friends Are Best"We

I Auk for information on the New a444d4. 044444044 OFFICER --__n_--.____u_______________-u HUNTER DILLARD

York Life's latest policy. Sam Lup- CAPT. AMOS BARTON (A Character Study)________-___MR. TRIPLETT j .

fer. __-____ 14-tfc New York Life Insurance Co., Sam FLOTSAM I. An American Girl Who Loves Wisely' and Well, Make This Offer For

Friends 'of A. T. Snodgrass reg'retto L. Lupfer, local representative. I4tfc ---------- -- n----__-____h___-_-___--___MISS DOT MAKINSON I
learn that he is seriously ill at his
home at 215 Patrick street. Wadley In Parker of Lake Hamilton MRS. ELMER. \ Society Woman with a Heart and Soul I,________ Cost I
was Kiabimmee! Tuesday attending __________ I This Month
The leading life insurance to business and greeting old friends. -- -------- -- ---------- MRS. H. NELSON MAKINSON; ;

o' the world New York See --- COUSIN 1\1 IOXSO\: who "Proposes" the Thirty-fifth Time,____ I

:Bin Lupfer, agent. 14-tfc Florida Sanitarium and Hospital, h.__ -- -- n_______.. _
- MRS.
---------- TRIPLETT
Orlando --------
Florida. Medical, Surgical, .
Mr I :Mack Kritz was taken to Orlando 1 Maternity; Capacity 100 patients. -- --- - --- We give you FREE, a TUBE with 1

l to the Orange General Hospital Equipment modern, rest, diet, physiological SYNOPSIS OF SCENES II
Mi.nday for an operation. therapeutics. Unexcelled! in'' TIRE. Clean and ,' .
I the Southeast. 24tfJ. Acts I and II-On the Coast of Maine, near the Great paint your

I L..1. Dollins i is at the Florida Sani- I Reef Lighthouse.Acts rim and
Wade Tucker tire.
lanuni in Orlando, where she was returned to Kis- j put on
taken a few days ago for treatment. ,simmee this week from New York III and IV-Palatial Interior of the Great Reef .
-- -- i making the trip via a new car purchased I 30x3 Fabric Tire and Tube $11.00
rion't forget that the Ideal Bakery on his northern trip. j jIt. Lighthouse. I .'
,i- tinplace where you sixteen I Ii -'- 30x3 1-2 Cord Tire and Tube $13.50
i i n I'H of good bread for nine cents.! 'I U. Zimmerman, of Saint Cloud I Proceeds for the Memorial; 1 Community House I
in "
---- I j was Kiioimmee Monday on hi- II
\, Von Realty Company last week I way to Orlando on a humn'p niis-; SUPERB CONCERT ORCHESTRA I Be a Friend to Michelin and Michelin -
Id the H. M. (Hall }house on MubI.M. sion. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman" re- 1
.' street' to Rev S. I. Smith; con- rc-ntly returned from a thrvtmonth" GENERAL ADMISSION: 50c; RESERVED SEATS 75c; I will be a Friend to
d, ration f.'tOOO.: I visit to their old home in Pi-nni-jlva-
Pi.n't forget that the Ideal Bakerythe I r
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. : - -- -- .
|Ilace where you yet sixteen Mectrh! arrived 1-- - --- -
,', of good bread for. nine. cl.'ntl'- ,1 their in attractive KiRsimnu-e home Monday to enjoy NOTICE HOM\N: SIIUKOX; ; OF SCOT ;
Mr. L. E. Fenn left Kissimmee I street, until spring. They motored! Any person moving tractors LAND: VISITS IN KISSIMMEi: I

Peony/ for a month' visit in Cecil. (rem their Harnsburg Pennsylvania, j i through the City of Kissininieu must I II Near Depot Phone 123
(;.-ortria., with her parents, Dr. and home and brought with them M-s. '(lake them over back sfu-ets "streets Dr. Julia L. Pringle, of Dundee r ,
MriF.. W. Schnauis. I Meetch's sister-in-law, Mrs. Darbujr-! that are not paved, und shall be Scotland, in company with Mr. and I "
make ton, who will remain until December amenable to arrest and fine if driven. Mrs B. M. Kin.sec and their two children -
The best investment you can when her husband, Dr. Darlington, isIexpected. j jI over any one's parkway. of EustN.! spent Saturday in -- 0 '
i.a j) New York Life Policy. Better i I 13. B. DOUOHTEN. Kissimmee as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
than a savings account. See Sam J. M. Willson. Dr.
------- 45-2t City Manager Pringle is a noted
Lupfer. 14-tfc W. C. T. U. NOTES surgeon, having graduated at Johns

Mr*. Flora B. Lee, of Baltimore, is Last Friday -afternoon the W. C. NOTICETo Hopkins Dr. Howard Hospital A. Kelly a few, of years Baltimore ago. IF IT'S QUALITY YOU WANT REGINA IS iI

in Kiftdimmee looking after her extents T. U. held a fine meeting in the all a close friend of Dr. Pringle, advised
'e grove interests. She is stopping Chapter House. No club of persons fishing/ from the her to I
meeting come to America for
bridge on the St.: Cloud road: You a much WHAT YOU'LL BUY
recent has
at the Graystone.For days brought forth so needed
i rest. As her vacation is draw-
are hereby warned to keep out of the I
large audience.
an Mayor Parker of
ing to close
a she is
of traffic, and not visiting some of .
Rent Twc comfortably fur- SainCloud, Mrs. Parker and other way permit your Dr.
Kelly's friends.
nished 3-room apartments, with pri- friends from our sister town were fishing rods to interfere in any way Dr. Kelly's interests On in account of A
\'ate bath and modern conveniences.W. with persons or their conveyances; Kissimmeeshe '
and several gentlemen of has
B. Harris, Gazette-- office. 43-tf own- .town Parker werepresent.Mf. our travelling over B.this B. DOUGIITEN bridge. er ary. Dr.included Pringle this said city Saturday in her itin-, "I R e g1 n a :
an interesting address have
gave gotten: in shoes
Mrs ,
W. H. Giles of Bartow, is 45-2t City Manager. my
stressing particularly character and
pending this week in Kissimmee visiting the lure of the southland will '"'<
Mr. Giles, who is at building-its development up- bring: me for a long stay on my next '1
employed ward or downward affected by the individual vacation.."
the Candler Lumber Company's mill. A BIRTHDAY PARTY Single and Double Mesh A
the and the
parents com Dr. Pringle will make a short visit
The best investment you can make munity. One member remarked at The birthday social given by the to Dr. and Mrs' Kelly in Baltimore : '
is a New York Life Policy. Better the close of Mayor Parker's address, Ploetz family last: Friday evening before sailing for Scotland to resume :HAIR NETS: ,
\ than a saving account. See Sam "Those are the high ideals every pub I,October 12, in honor of Otto Ploett': her work.. 'i
Lupfer. 14-tfc lie official should hold"There . ,birthday, proved to be a very inter- . 1 :, .: .: "' ;r I
were several impromptu 'remarks esting event, although the guests out- f
John Blue of Chicago, vicepresident given by various visitors and side of the immediate family wore GIRL SCOUT NOTES IT was one thing to make a hair as goodas "
of Sessions Loan & Trust Company then came the social hour. but few. Those present were Mi, --
of Marietta. Georgia, spent The president, 1111's.1.: 1'. Boyer, and Mrs. W. A. Joiner, and J. W. Kissimmee must not forget its the best on the market, and another 4 ;

Monday and Tuesday in the city. presided over the mei-ting." Refreshments Busby. Girl Scouts. They are having regular thing to make it low in price \
of chicken sandwiches olives Mrs. Ploetz had prepared a bountiful meetings in the school auditorium every -
Don't forget that the Ideal Bakery small cakes and hot tea were nerved. supper with every good! thing on Wednesday at four o'clock withan In Regina Hair Nets we have succeeded ,)
''F the place where you get sixteen Mesdames Eby, Hal! and Fripp Qre ,the table that anyone could dcpire. average attendance of about twen-
ounce of good bread for nine cents. hostesses Mrs. Ploetz is an expert w nen itcomes ty-five. I in making the best hair net possible, ,
to putting good meal, and The first and second lieutenants
J. B. Hale, one of Kissimmce's regular SPECIAL PHOGRA111' / from observation up I think a that t\ciy- Miss Helen) Bass and Miss Theta i and selling it for the lowest possible price '

winter residents arrived Tues- FIRST \PTIST Sl' ).\YThe one had their appetite tuned. to suit I'hay have been conducting these ,,,
day from his home at Omaha Illinois, the emergency. I really think thatif meetings, assisted by Mis Steffee ;'
and is stopping: with his daughter, R. Y. P. U. will present a .pe- As ,
our guardian Mrs.
each one of us had! steppe on I thescales Angas
Mrs Sam Prather.For cial Bible text program on next Sunday I now returned expect
Kissimmee |
after we had satisfied 1 our) appetites to we i lOc EACH
evening at six forty-fite Initiadof with the menu we u-i'ilo have to take our examinations some | :
Sale $fiOO note due in one
: using the regular uuaiteilv iubiectd time
been surpris i to see bow menli !the soon and become full fledged
year, good interest well)) secured; they are taking Bil'le references Scouts. So Kissimmee I
avoirdupois of hat
personal, high class man. Nelson direct, and each one assigned] text our your :
a and '
for the of
eyes ears
doings Colors
gained. Cap or Fringe-All Including Gray
Realty Company. Interprets it and make suih remark the Girl Scouts.M. il
The evening was spent -
very I.a[
Charlie Bass,of--Leslie- Georgia, is in cordially as the text invited attend Everybody these meetings is.- antly in social conversationand' L. S. Scout Reportei.LOVE'S I and White II

Kissimmee visiting: his brother, Ira of the B. Y. P. U. mingled with excellent I1IU ithot ,
Bass. lie is looking the section over Rev. 3.: J. Farmer will preach nt vocal and instrumental rendered by .. I '
Misses Mabel and Clara and. MM.:
with here.
a view toward settling
both the morning and evening! !services Joiner. For Sale Exclusively at
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next Sunday. Morning subject I AUTO & BUS LINE
Fine property inCood Missouri We congratulate: our friend and J
town to exchange for Florida property "Religious Conversation. Evening: neighbor, Brother Ploetz, on hi- birthday 'I II
of $15,000 or more. See us for "Parable of Human Life"The I anniversary, and trust that oui I AUTOS FOR HIRE 9
B. Y P. i
particulars.. Nelson Realty Company. U. meeting program at for which Sunday's Howard Hall Heavely Father will bless him with ALL !NEW CARS MeCRORY'S5c
more happy returns I
Mesdames Parker, L. M. Keyes, will be the leader, is as follows: many J. W. BUSBY. We make: a specialty of
Swingle Smith and Nurse Williams, Song Service; Prawer, Uly Chapman. I
were among the Saint Cloud visitors. Drill on Bible Readings, Sam Lupfer. - -- Party Trips ,

who attended the W. C. T. U. meeting Prayer for Divine Guidance, C. T. CASINO REDUCES PRICE I and lOc Store i i.
Friday. -x.Mr. Moore. FOR TWO WEEK'S 1 ;
Scripture Reading: Second John, -- --- Kishimmee Headquarters I
and !Mrs. G. W. Best returned Psalm 91, Nellie Bowen. Manager C. C. Jordan of the Casino Broadway PharmacyOpposite .--
Wednesday from two Weeks visit In Short Books of the New Testament, theatre, this week inaugurated a 'I 101 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ':
Sarasota with their son and daughter. Second John Howard Hal). new price schedule for his motion pic
Ira H. Best, and Mrs. F. W. The Mercy of God, Psalm I Stalker 1-18, Harold Wilson. to ten and. twenty cents. The reduction i v ,
-- -. The Mercy of Jesus, Matt 11, 2A-';(1, ( is being made as an experiment --- - .':
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert, Mrs.E. Harry Woodall. and may continue later, decision \
S. Hall and Mrs C. T. Moore, attended Eleven Distinctive Baptist Principles, to be contingent on the reception I I ,f
district association meeting of Ruth Herzberg. ,the new arrangement receives. .. t ;(,
the Baptist churches at Winter Gar- Treasurers Earth versus Treasuresin Next Monday and Tuesday night! I
den, Wednesday and Thursday, us Heaven, Matt. 6, 19-24, Fannie Manager Jordan wil show Rupert Monroe Thomas GA RAG E ,l
delegates from the First Baptist Hlloficlrl. t Hughes superspecI I production, -
church of Kissimmee. The -Importance;; -; of Faith, Heb. 11, i("Remembrance," which is heralded as 18' Emmett Street. ;V
Leah Herzberg. .(lone of the foremost drawing bills on i
:Mr. and is. W. P. Lon worth arrived 1-10, the Hardest Time in His the silver screen. ,
Jesus Faces "
in Kissimmee Fnday night Matt. 26, 36-46, Mabel 1 Last week was a busy one at the 1
from Washington, D. C., making the life Casino every afternoon and again 71
trip by automobile, via Atlanta. They: Ploetz. God First," Ame Red-'I this week while the world's series PHONE 47 Residence Phone
are shipping their furniture to Kis- Poem, "Put was on. Messrs. Jordan and Bill ;i
immee and expect to remain all win. wine.Benediction.W. Smith showed every play during: ev- ," 't
t r.' Song. ery game of the series to 11 large! '
crowd of fans every afternoon at the You Would Get Estimate of the Cost ; ,
Miss Bessie Mae Clemmons spent MET FRIDAYThe theatre. Direct wire was maintainedwith an ,, .;
the week-end in Plant City visiting C. T. _NEXT the Orlando Reporter-Star, and 0. Y1
her mother. During her absence the W. C. T. U. will l hold a unique each play was flashed to the crowd If Having Your House Wired. J
Postal Telegraph Company was presided meeting next Friday afternoon, by means of the most elaborate ? A
over by Miss Prances Tress, from 2:30 to 4 o'clock, at Scoreboard ever seen in this section.
Who Is getting to be an expert oper- the October Chapter 26, House. All mothers with Visitors from Tampa are said to have Why Not Try the Same Method for Your Car? :. ; j
*tor. than
babies have a special invitation to be considered this board even better .

E. B.:- ;: of Apopka.Uh present There will be a short business those In that city. . i.: .
Mayor Moray, followed by a good but Estimates Cheerfully Given: <
r' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Keopka and session committee ORDER MEET I
),h... Baker, of Orlando, were Kl.slm-( short'program. The reception and DEMO ,
bee visitors Tuesday, Mr. Morey will be Mrs. B. O'Bannon TOMORROW NIGHT' AT HALL ,
1 refreshment '
after Mr* E W. Thornton a4
Mr.> Keopk were looking .
witness interest.,. .They.are .Inter.* committee, Mr. C. d Elmer A., Saw-Mn Osceola Chapter," Order, of DeMo- Prompt, Attention To' Small Jobs A. Well A. Large \... '

.Sited $to;" a .'lone term, loan company John; Bronton and Mn. M. to each lay, will meet Satltrday night Oat; .8 .. p.. ...1-, ..... ....... "," }
Tor. to '\' aonrenlr will be given / -.r : \ tt'I.. ,.. : < ,. . J... .
ja ,I financing," homes, and expect KbVprraent. ,a r o'clock ;Fr t'1'I\1ty' H r .J" " I J >< - J. .
number ."?Father.Jbawdlaf ; eon. et am rM..c.'. ; .. ..
(- Kisstraniee erect X''large ; 1'oli1toD .. . ". r. : _. ,ry _. -
ot dwellings' as soon "ae,.,the atreetprogram I. inVitation attendpr..ideltt..i. t , -eYsarleriDeaghn,: Scribe:' '' - -
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GAZETTE ,,ly applauded. .
HIGH SCHOOL The speaker emphasised-strongly "
that success in co-operation Is based BQ DAYS OH- .-

primarily'on the degree to which the r !
cow CrrOvsM"Thirty !
organised farmers or fruit growers
VOLUME II KISSIMMEB, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 19, 1923 NUMBER 0 are convinced of the need for unityof

__ ___n. action. In Mr. Stewart's opinion,
form of legal contract can be devised -
Editor ..._........._.Fred Lupfer LOYALIt FOOTBALL GAME no which will hold in line dissatisfied

Assistant Editor____Alberta Brunson I is well to be ,true and just and Tomorrow afternoon at'3.30 o'clock members of a co-operative body
REPORTERS12th honest and good and to do your duty. Fort Meade High School and Osceola and the sooner they are allowed to

Grade____Elizabeth G. Moseley But there is something better. It Is High School will come together for get out the more likely they"will be
11th Grade.....-.....Itebekah Miller loyalty. Loyalty is that somethingplus the first game on the1 local field this, to later return to' the fold, with Im-
10th Grade........____Irene Spence which makes a man. It is vir- season. proved morale as the result of their
9th Grade...___....Dorothy Bullock tue's crown of virtue in a-woman. It The work out Coach Bowen has temporary absence.
Music Pept..Mary Louise Snodgrasa covers 9 multitude of sins. It Is given the boys this week is I looting Karl Lehmann, secretary of' the
something even a fool can be. It does one hundred per cent better than it Orange County Chamber of Com-
THE CARNIVALLook not take much brains to be loyal, yetit did last week. Improvements have merce, followed Mr. Stewart in an I
is the best thing the cleverest human been made both 'In the backfield and eloquent address on "Co-operative
out for the Carnival, 'folks! being can possibly do. When line and the team seems to be rounding Marketing and Development how, '
for it's coming soon Pretty soon you discover a friend has it riot he into a better machine than it has co-operation on the part of agricultural
down town, so be- been before. the team is and horticultural interests
you'll see posters ceases to \be a friend. Loyalty is the Although con
gin saving your money this very day, most potent love-potion extant. It light this year; they seem to be holding tributes to the upbuilding of community
so you can buy just lots of things furnishes the cheapest and surest their own and as soon as they life and increases populationand Chow"Is \
from us.orhe Senior class had a way of getting yourself loved. Upon develop a little more speed they will wealth. The talk of Mr. Lch- Days on Cow
meeting the other dry to talk things jit I is built the most solid popularity.You probably deliver the goods to the sat- : mann was a brilliant exposition of I

over, and we started out fine. We can do many things to make isfaction of everyone in Kissimmee. the degree to which co-operation in the verdict of the judge when a cow has been guilty
are going to keep it up, too, and yourself admired temporarily, but for The boys have been working hard any specific line benefits ever form
make this the very best Carnival tht enduring good will there is no more- this week in order that they might of human activity with which it even of losing money during the Bummer months.

has ever been held here. But the solid foundation rock than loyalty. show the people of Kissimmee a remotely comes in contact.At Cow Chow" will be the
+ Carnival takes lots of work, and everyone Disloyalty is the hardest thing in the strong team on the field tomorrow.But the afternoon session of the convention "Thirty days on
in the whole high school has world to forgive. Just be loyal! that's only half of it, they are. of the National Pecan Grow I Third Degree as to whether it will pay to keep

to work with Plight and main to putit Lord, we can all be that; and if we coming on the fielA with the determination I ers Association! there was considerable 1 or sell a cow.
I And you, folks, can help only know it, there is not a bigger to wins us by taking it up, telling all of your thing this side of Heaven we can do. game of the Reason, and what they in which the nut producers are U she can't make you a good profit on Cow
friends about it, so we will have (11 -Frank Crane. need is the loyal support of the foot- vitally interested. George A. Scott Chow she can't make it on any ration.
large crowd. ball fans. Come one I the general sales manager of the _. t
Two members of the Senior class JUNIOR NOTES Florida Citrus Exchange talked in a Every pound of Cow Chow fed a

are managers of the .Carnival, but the had class SOPHOMORE NOTES most informative manner with reference good dairy cow will make her produce ., ,,...
The Juniors have several
whole Senior class has charge, and to the ways and means of building I
i the whole high school helps them. meetings in which they have at last The Sophomores have set the ball trade confidence and developmentof about three pounds more milk per dayon

There will be all of the delightful 11 I decided upon their clans colors, class rolling by earning money for a bock consumer demand that have been grass-up to normal production.Cow .
features that were presented lastyear. | flower, and class motto. They chose case for the> school. In order to raise employed by bin institution, and of
Of course there will be a minstrel gold and white for their colors, tho the money they have been selling ice feted many constructive suggestionsto Chow lowers the per gallon
and just lots of booths, such as I yellow chrysanthemum for their cream on the grounds at recess and i the pecan people. cost of producing milk on pasture.

fancy work, candy, fortune telling flower and the Latin motto "Noil noon. It costs! a good bit of time and 11. G. Gumprecht of Bradentown, To And you can get more milk from
but just come and see if you wantto i iquantitas fed qualitas" for their mot- labor, but the Sophomores don't mind; manager of the Manatee Citrus Sub- I .\ fewer cows now. You will get more
know. Remember the Carnival i is> I to. The Juniors are all pleased wit'ithese Ihey're good sports and enjoy working Exchange, described in detail the milk next winter. Don't lose winter
held about the first week in December especially their motto and they for the school. If everyone would 1 form of organization; followed out in
and it is only a little over two expect to live up to this. follow their example we should soon the Exchange and told of the typesof =t profits by under production on pas-
months till Christmas, and you can Miss Bass has ordered several have n good library. growers that are found in the various :i: ture. Order today and start to put
all of Ohirstmas plays from which the Juniors will ----- -- I local associations. description milk
buy nearly your A graphic the Carnival. So be choose/ their class! play. They wIll\
presents at sav- READ THIS I of the conditions which preceded
ing your money, and we'll try to (five !get to work on their play as soon as I ----- the formation of the Exchangeand
t, you a grand good time. they have decided on it so that thry The nox \vn.s light of the luna. a keen analysis of what cooperation I Florida Feed Stores.
can stage it early in November. And 'tt\'I1R a possum! < fund a cuna- I has done to stabilize the citrus -

MUSIC DEPARTMENT r.lRLS; BASKETBALL Rut now on this nixy moon-light industry of Florida, was given by I 306 BROADWAY
-- night, H. Guy Nickerson a prominent Polk
Each Wednesday afternoon from All the girls should come out for bleu 'anus did) just right, county grower. Jefferson! Thomas, of I
v 4:30: to 5:00: strange sounds issue basketball practice, beginning TUl'-. Numquam: chased a !starving rattus. Jacksonville, talked briefly on the TELEPHONE US YOUR NEEDS
from the school auditorium. The classin We must have Numqunm: treed a wretched cnttus. !Seuldswect, advertising.It's ;&
day evening. a crow i
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its lesson I But ucurit intenus the
History of Music in taking out for practice if we are going to on < on trap on u CALL UP No. 218 (TWO-ONE-EIGHT
from Miss Beals then. The members have a good team this year. If you the census! o great to he an editor ) i
sing the melodies which were ; want to sharpen a knife, you rub it 'I Till he found a possum! strongum, ,To sit up late nt night
written bv the ancient Chinese, Japanese up against n stone. If you want to In a hollow trunkun logum.; o And scratch your wool . . ,.
i// and Hindus. There is not much sharpen a team, you rub it up agarnetanother I Loud he harked in horrid helium Anil throw the bull. i Wf1 Was eM . a 1. aTAX I Ioc.oocO
the Till terraenit helium
r real music in these pieces but team. But you have to have on
And work and work and work. Se
members of the class are getting a -
the other team! 000000600 O 06000000000006.0..oooooooO.tO
good deal of vocal training by sing- :Mr. Bowen-"Now, class everything lected.

ing them. Come on girls, pet busy. l belongs! to the animal, vegetable -- --- --. n _
And basketball we'll play; or mineral kingdom.; Farmer Ito( train caller) : "What
Miss Leitner-Now Jiggs (Bringing Come out in the evening I Julia-"Well, where do we belong do'you io! ?"
up Father) is a good example of Of each any every day; we aren't animals are we?" "
y T. C. : "I call trains.!'!
human nature. Bring your fellow classmate :Mr. Bowen-Wo certainly are. I've
i Arthur Bullock-Let's hope human For we need them, too; heard people referred to as prunes Farmer: "Well, call me one; I'm

nature changes. But come on girls, get busy, and nuts, but they're animals righton. in a hurry."-Exchange.
It all depends on you. I. S. Of course we're the highest typeof
a Miss Shockley-Stop talking! I've animal on the earth." The Gazette's Job department Is NOTICE
only got two pair of ears and I can I. Elizabeth-Miss Wyckoff, isn't C'arrol-\Vhy; Mr. Bowen, the giraffe equipped to do all kinds of job printing -
only hear one person at a time. something in the Bible? is the highest!" on short notice and at reasonable I
: __ prices.
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FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL bles in transit from St. Petersburgto built to :Melville fertilizer company.
REVIEW Lakeland and other points south. plant. ROBS CALOMEL OF
Blountstown-New canning factoryto Lacoochee--Eighty acres on With-
Lake Wales-Telephone company be erected to take care of all tomatoes loc f>clee river purchased by northern
moves into new building. and potatoes in this section; capital to be developed as home col- NAUSEA AND DANGER )
Tampa-contract to be let for newSeaman's large acreage assured. ony. NOTICE is hereby given that
Church Institute building,
Tampa-$3,000,000 paving programin
to cost $20,000.KnightsWork. Lynn Haven-New 3,420 ft. bridge
planned 'to connect this point, to St Hillsborough county progressing Medicinal Virtues Retained and Improved
started Osceola books for 1923
111,000 brick school' on" new Andrews. rapidly.. . Dangerous and SickeningQualities County tax ,

Jacksonville-New'boat Hosford' Contract to ''be let for J'almetto-35 cars grapefruit ship.. Removed. Perfected. Tab-
to be -
ped from this pointin week. let Called "Calotabs."
into service on Sanford river line. construction of bridge to span the Eustis-Site purchased for erectionat will open for:collection on Novemberfirst.

r. Miami-Pennsylvania Sugar Com- Telagio creek. once of modern packing fiouse. The latest triumph of modern science
pany's $2,000,000 plant to begin op- Fort Pierce Local development Apopka-Six new store buildings> to la a "de-naimcatrd" calomel. tablet"
4c eration. known to the drug trade R "Calotab I furnish
*. company. to plant 3,000 cocoanut be constructed in near future. Calomel, the mom generally used of all am now ready to
Sarasota-Contract to be awarded palms! on its property. JackIfO'l1vll1e-Gr8l< Fiber Pulp & medtplmw thus rnlern upon a wider
for construction of new $60, Hold of popularity. purtfifd, and r" rtn-
torium. Manatee Local crate company Paper Company to build $500,000 paper ,'d from thoR objectionable qualities estimates of these taxes. 2 cent
erects fifteen new houses to be rented I mill. wbl<'h 1,11hpr.tor..r., .. limited tta use.1n per
j Jacksonville-Plans completed for to employees. Orlando-United Markets Company hlltnu,,",'.", 'oll"tlplltlon, headirhea -
extensive remodeling Boys Home of Tampa tp erect $_:!!)OOOO store and InillwMl n, and In n great
building at cost of approximately Jacksonville-New bridge to be I building. ; variety of liver. stomach and kidneyIrouhlin discount will be allowed for Novem-
4 $20,000. ,built over Pottsburg creek on Hogan; ralotnel was the mont nuccefiaTul -
I Oldsmar-\Vork on new bridge remedy, but Itn use wan often neftle -
Trilby- Work started on erectionof road. northwest < ted.n ncroun t of ItH ,tekeningqual-.
across corner of old Tampa
plant for icing fruit and vegeta- Sarasota $60,000 addition to be( i ttlf H. New It In thi i 1188t) arid moat ber payment.C. .
i1 bay bring completed.:! pleasant of midtrlniN\ to Ink One
Palmetto-Manatee County State f'alotaU nt b'dtlrne with H swallow of
-- ---- -----1 wnti r. that.. all No taste, no \-
........... Bank to construct! new building.
4 .. W s.I : no nausea, no salts. A It'oodnIRhl'
Arcadia-Packing houses and fruit ..
I sleep and the next morning: your
errowers in DeSoto county plan handling .* .. feeling fine,, with a clean ll\*'r. a
of biggest! fruit crop in history. !purifier s>stem and a big appetite. Pat
: Holt 45,000} in this section what you please No dangerPtklotnha .
acres L. BANDY
I are sold only In original
to be set out in satsumas, blueberries, Healed packages, price thirty-five cent ,
Reduction Sale plums and prunes.TELEPHONES for the large, family package; ten
cents for the small trial sloe Your
druKKlst Is authorised to refund theprice Tax Collector.
: IN LARGE CITIES as a guarantee that you will be
thoroughly delighted wllh Calotabs.Adv. .-
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Detroit, the fourth city in the Unit-

i ed States in point of population, 1-- -- -- - -
i 'stands seventh in the number of telephones -
Saturday Monday Only within its boundaries.

Standing ahead of Detroit in num- I ,
ber of telephones are New York, Chi-
cago, Boston, Philadelphia, Los Ang- ----- -- ---- ----- ----
Dresses eles and San Francisco, in the order Pi/ow e.Mtae/,.
Organdie regular price $5.50;
$ 3 98 named, although only New York, Chicago -

reduced to . . . . . . . . . a and Philadelphia lead in popu-

> Tricotine and Silk Dresses, regular $ 1 3. 98 [lation.That does not mean that Detroit hl...of Rubber Stamps .

price $18.00; reduced to. . . residents use the telephone any less ra.,
than do the people of other large 5141115151. 151 11e lane 1511 late leaf
'v Silk Waists, all colors, regular price A O cities. In all of them the use of
3> **O.t service We are prepared to take orders for any kind
$5.50; reduced to . . . . . . . telephone is increasing rapidly. -
The telephone development in of Rubber Dates Pads
t Ladies' Hats, regular price $6.00; C/1 98 New York, Philadelphia and Chicagois FOR Goodyear Stamps, or
so much heavier than in Detroit
; < reduced to . . . . . . . . . P because their populations greatly surpass Tire price have -

Ladies' Hats, regular $5.00; e *5 QO The that Boston of Detroit.telephone area, on the been lower kept than consistently the- Kissimmee Valley Gazette

t reduced to . . . . . . . . . . 4J i7O other hand, includes practically all of average price level KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

Ladies': Hosiery, all colors, regular

price $1.50 ; reduced to. . . . . *D 1 17 ( compared with Detroit's estimated above you chart. At the
1,250,000. Boston, too is - -
a -- -- -- --
Ladies' Bed Room Slippers, all colors,

P i* is without the great industrial popu- has
regular price $1.65 "reduced to. .
; lation cbaractetictic of the center of been consistently

Men's Overalls, regular price $2.50; < 1 98 I automobile Western cities manufacture. bettered. Today FOR SALE
D I Tire
reduced to . . . . . . . . visited annually by hundreds of thou- Goodyear pricesarelowerthaninl9N

Men's P 1 sands of.tourists, naturally have a Dwelling house at corner of Vernon Avenue and Hughey
Jumpers! regular price $2.50; < QA large telephone development becauseof and Goodyear quality r"
& Oj Streets. Large front living room, dining room, library, pantry, ,
reduced to . that transient population, which Is the highest ever.
. . . . . .
does not, by the way, figure in the This is a rood timeto | kitchen and large screened porch on first floor. Four large bed ,

j H B.4 Men's Shoes, regular price $5.95;
reduced to ..> . . . , . . . . .. A.C. Jt..J.w | ,porch upstairs. Two car garage in rear of lot. For sale at bargain Y'
MARKETING I O.mlm. eel, cnrf nmmmt i iR price. See or writ j : ,I,
*.nrf C"* V DISCUSSED AT JACKSONVILLEA CWrfc ** *:li.lii/AO.:
..* t- W mtltr T"...*...4 *..* W. B. CRAWFORD Orlando, Florida
forceful: presentation of the principles f*..* ., ."* .'..wfw d..* "
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to- t

': ; ; Stare'iJiBil' marketing- and was practices made by of C-co-operative E. Stew. LUPFER PRATHER .tOo.o.- .... o ... .....*.<.. ,..." ........ ........ .. .. :i. 'II ,',

: Pepartment: art, Jr., business i manager of the --
Florida Citrus'Exchange at I .Nothing : (: : m.w: ) :{
/! Florid*! Bibll raid county) has( /4> date -
'! J -ikfflgaffl, : Y .ltIr / ,, ,.. nual banquet of the National Pecan i !*Ir< historicaljfromantic, _any' ofd more.'than a,,,bushel. ',,ofthoroughly .'
; ....... ..........,... K #. ___" _' Growers, Auoclatloabeld- ,.. kaon. JT w.Iave ft."An incident*!,:' ,,rerrd matureddatesin I \ very .Isrgo/jtif/',tm4 1
-; > '. .J yyi i''. y?_- 'I"T-I"""( ""' ''' .---;r.-:. -:" .1._ A..O,,jU. utAt.Tweetc.-b1ir.: $tqvsraa.lla-, -.1' ti '!' ...A-lOrteen.ofLotos'( it,". ,. ,- :: . 1"

rA'J.:: :, : 'i't.l'/;? %*Xj': :' >.ii"1-bilt.,, .l'" r'. w. Wf..I ;:\ ,,...}NlIJ '.:,-- ,1i; 1& :<,,' 1.,!. .. '4ii' ." : .J. ;.". .. \\' ,- '3. ,,,,' A ,;" !t J. "' ...
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'MISSIONAKr from'Kissimmee include'+ *Uesdamea affiliated with the .organization ,of ARCADIA'TO VOTE- : ONCOMMISSIONMANAGER' ,, -
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j i SOCIETY Sharer, Slgler McKay. McF tatt.rr. your craft. Each year we have forged _rt I .;.of I ;ot 't't', tf"M,4131' ',i*
Petersen and ()yentre a new link in the chain of FORM
p i The: meeting o h Methodist Missionary .The hostesses' for 'Monday after. which is due to the perseverance BASS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY '
Society Monday Afternoon in noon were Mesdames ,Wages and and loyalty of our members. We '
, Johnson, who served ice cteani and indebted Five men have qualified before ,the :.
Bungalow was well attended and are to you for your support
I eake. city clerk for members of the charter
'c.J. F, the
givenwas.of interest toall1ra. r during put twenty-five years, as .
the .
board : '
program which is to be elected at Area-
it '
In W. E. ALLEN GETS SERVICE' .. la only 1 by the have loyalty of our members die October 22 for the purpose' of WOOD, BRICK, STONE "
D. B. Shaver'read incidents that we been able to attain ,
I MEDAL FOR 25 YEARS drawing-up a'city.charter embodying
the life 'of Christ interspersing, inn. the success that is ours the commission STEEL,. STUCCO .
principles of form of
teresting' comments which weN followed i W. E- Allen, telegrapher at the At- "The veteran's medal was sent you government for Arcadia. The men N. F. BASS JACK BASS
in prayer by Mrs.; .W,, C. I.Nor- lantic Coast Line station in Kisslm- by registered mail. I trust that this who have qualified are J. Dishong, 322 Royal Street 615 Sprouje\ AvenueEverybody
mee, is proudly exhibiting a gold symbol will ever remind >'o-i of the' R. O. Turner, Dr. J. H. Coffee, Frank
ton.Mre. McPhatter read portions'of 'medal he has just received for twenty ideals for which we stand, and that Welles and W. H. Seward. . .
Discipline then came discussionof ve years' continuous in we may in the same measure have -- -- -
the SBjvice The election discard of these five
the day's topic, "Orientalism In the Order of Railroad Telegraphers. your support" in the futuro as we have men for the charter or board will take 1 Who Is Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" .ia the Valley Gazette., ?

America." Mrs. J.gaveverytintereet With the medal came a letter fromL. in the past, I(I place in one week This board will __ ________ .. ___. __ _n' __ ___ __ ___ _
Mrs. A. W. Bailey J. Ross, grand secretary of tin FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT be given ninety days in which to drawup
ing papers, and Mrs. Fripp gave a order, as follows: MEETS NEXT SUNDAY and present the new city charterto "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For :
thort talk. "It is not only my duty but a sin :, the people of the town,. though it
The society was proud to have Mrs. cere pleasure to present to you in the The fine arts department of the is thought only a short time will be over SI with years the E. O.. Painter The F'.rtlliaer Company has furnished Florida -.
fertlltier continued of
growers patronage experienced row
Claude Lee nft a pruest-one so well name of the Grand Division of 'The Kissimmee Women's Club will meet taken for this and then the real elec ers gives proof of satisfactory result. (
known and who lived in the earlier Order of Railroad Telegrapher., our at the Chapter House next Tuesday tion will be held to decide whether or
(jays of Kissimmee as well as now. veteran's medal, which is'emblematic afternoon, October 23, at 3:30 o'clock.A not the city will have the commissionform
on next Friday several memberswill of twenty-five. continuous years of good program will be presentedand of government that is, whether Write for New Fall Trice Lists lust Issued .
attend the all-day mission conference membership."A the public is cordially invited to>> the people will accpet or reject this I I E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville, Florida
at Ilaines. City. Delegates I quarter of a century ago you attend. proposed charter.




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I _' equipment ; Remington Fire Arms, Ammunition and Cutlery.

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Be euro to ceo them-tho biggest advance ever made in loaded "

shot shells. Produced as the result of important Remington discoveries ,," '
about powder. There ia a Remington Game Load for , j ;""J :

every kind of game in this locality. Each ono is loaded to give t+Eioww' ., . 'J i '
safe and uniform velocity: pattern and penetration-the.rightshooting ; rr er s' ''ue w tj iit 'i ,' : 3', .V-f

quality for that particular kind of game. Reminitan Autofcxuiinc Shftstur ll
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pattern end penetration aTC right for big ducks, and for longrange .
The Remington 12 Gauge Pump Curt ,
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Driggers, Mary Helen .Luesing, Maud YES ,
'' Ellen Lanier, Bettie Phay, Eileen

WEDDING Sharp, Edna Winfrey, Mary Smith.Second .
Grade-Mabel McLaughlin,,
Miss Kathleen Bearden :
popular Nellie Yates Evelyn Newson Betsy WE
deputy county clerk for the last lour HAVE
Martha Mae Glazener James
May, ,
years in Kissimmee was married Rogers. Reese Johnson, Ordia' Bass,,:
Charles "
le McLean
Tuesday noon -to ,
Clay .StehTee, Sanford Smith, Kathryn SOME REAL
contractor and .grower of Kissimmee, BARGAINS
at the home of Miss Bearden's sisterin Parker, Ruth Forgus, Margaret
Barnes, Lassie Johnson, Joe' ShumanTommy ,
Tampa.Accompanied: by her brother, Albert McLaughlin, Robert Lee Joiner
Duggar. FARMS ,
E. Bearden, of Miami, Miss Bear- '- .
Grade 1
Third Raymond SharpFrank ,
den went to Tampa Monday where
Smith Edwin Crouse James 1

Souders she was took, met and pldce by Mr.her at McLean.the sister.home, Mrs.The of Scott wedding Mr. Parker, ,Elizabeth Katherine, Smith Smith, Louise Ruth, ,Stephenson Sulli-:1 1'I''I See OthersBut See Us Before Baying ',

van, Opal Rosenbaum, Maxine Peterson -
and Mrs. Souders at noon and the

Jacksonville happy Mrs. couple McLean for left is a few a immediately native days sojourn.of Kissimmee for Verna Dorothy, Beatrice Durrance Belle Katz Luesing., Ruth, Doris Deyoreo Hazel Hughey, Hall Hil-,I! SAM L. .:t '

having attended the Kissim degrade Chapman Flonnna Burrows Hilda,
mee public schools and graduated Estelle Arnold Edna Floyd,
from Osceola High School. She then Hansell, Rosalie Carr Kathel'ilwButle
took a business course and has been ,', Ruby Clemons, Allie :Mae I
for the past four years deputy county Clemons Margaret Merrill, :Melville I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
clerk in the office of County Clerk J. Porter, Harry Watson, Bennie Kelly,
L. Overstreet, where she has made a Leolin McCullough Billie Stratton. '

with veritable her mother host of, Mrs.friends.C. V.She Bearden lived, Olive Fourth Bowen Grade-DeRheta, Newby Craig Alderman, DorothyMeYE'r We Are Trying to Bring Together Good Homes and Good !omeseekera

I at their home on Emmett street. !!, Thelma Yates' Dorothy Zeig- : .
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Mr. McLean came to Florida from ler, J. B. Bronson, harry Johnston. f r

Georgia in his early years and has Henry John Nave. Heth Starr, Howard -- -- __.. __ nO _ ___ __ . -
i lived in Kissimmee! most of the time Watson, Ted Hirtzel!, Cecil Bass,
,since then. He attended Osceola High Flemming Brooks, Martin Chitwood, FORT ;MEADE PI.AYSOSCFAJI.A GOOD STRAWBERRY .0.' . .=. ,
School, later going to school at- Lake Marvel King! George Steffee.' Willie ) TOMORROW CROP INDICATED=

City for two years. He is a legionnaire Blanch Berry, Lois Daniel, Elizabeth (Continued from POST One (nHmid from PaR? I ) 'I :
and has many friends! in Kis- I,I Deyoreo, Virginia Hannah, HplenHansell half backs the local team has ever next week flay Partin I is !shipping GOOD ,
simmee who congratulate him. and Josie Lawience | encountered. Kissimmee's forward about a hundred crates per picking EATSThe
tender the couple their very best I Fifth Grade-Rodney Carr, Bill passing was weak, every, pass being : this week and has been selling t'xtraf.IH'Y'
wishes. I Tindall, Sadie Alve '. Willie Bronson I either blocked. or intercepted. eggs; for some time. A fifteen
-- Clyde Lanier, Paul Milar. John I Kissimmce kicked off to the the .
open < acre paten on Wright fat m, near
WEDNESDAY BRIDGE 1 I Rightmirc Elizabeth Ruby Fertic.( 'j i i game and Lake City made first down ,Campbell's, is in the blooming i-tax'i' Corner Grocery is the home of
The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge | Estel Hertzel, Leslie Joiner Bessie! i < twice on end runs. Then the Osceolfl Commission men who have passed
Club was entertained this week by- Mae Johnson, Margaret Whidd.n.1 I line held them for towns and to->k through Kissimmee' lately report that good
things to
Mrs. 11. Nelson Makinson at her | Ruth Yates, Juanita Hall, '' the ball on their fifty yard line.Chiefly the pepper and, oRKpiant acreage eat. .
B home on Broadway. The house was j gett llermone ;Miller J. J. ( riffin'j'j( through Bullock's line plunging I throughout the !state is much less .
f artistically decorated with golden J Jr., Justice Galligher, Robert" j
I Kissimmee rushed the ball l lu I than usual and that very good musket Get
l rod, giving", an attractive atmosphere. Bomb Claience 1 Liltl..lit.I.VIII], ] ,,:' ( Columbia's 20 yard line, when 11 fon-- > are expected for these two popu- our prices before buying.
Miss Dot Makinson and Miss Watson, :.Moiris Lee .
Augusta Roberts, luv .
I I ward pass was intercepted unl. lai crops.' The ncrc-ape aiound Kis-
Winn 'asl ll I serving a delicious salad course | (;rad.Jot'js) ) Has-i. 1.10)1;; :
the than usual
of quarter was almo..t'enly for (eggplant l>utsmaller
1 Mrs. \V. J. Steed proved to be maker i Rass, Harry Bert Ilnl(.. Verna Aired, '' hci
Lake P.
then for
i played, and City got peppers.!'! P. PRIVETT
t of the high( sl'ore. and Mrs. John | William Lang, Tom Bell. ..1.V.. Lar- I first opportunity to store toy. a lone, -- -
I Pugh) received the consolation prize. g entlurrav: Tison, C.olgetrnx; ; ,,1! ; 1'1'
end 1 in Kis-iiiiini'i' :! -
run hlglilatIliSll(1'I') : : : -
i ) 'PHIS'.lnaang :
Mrs. Thou. of i ,
Jackson PcLand who William I'rather Lena )
I I itrigger.1'it.ginil 'lI.-, "sfully evcutfd n tri k play r e .
is the guest this week of :Mrs.! W. J. : Umber. Alberta\ ltrou! "-un. :Mnible : the the '
rI touchdown. This was only so1.- tu rnus sites shapes,
Steed was presented. with a /guest I I'linsler! , Joy :Makinson.\ XtrtK- 1 Phone 36
. 'If the' first, hufd: rt nipi'\HIM'! i .111.1 I ;it!rs of lish! tames J
prize. | (Orbs, B'I'lhlJill.. TexaI I ;n'H.-r, I.aki (City opened l the second. h.df I It h which! (threats county aboundsthr ..
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Makinsnn's ,: AIJ1uhha..d., Burton lloleomb., p hv riishiiifj) the bull to KI.inunee's'Pyard :: I I" ililTen-ncc! liet\\ei-n them and
hospitality were. : :Mesdames John 1'uwrll1lar]) : Russell Swain :Marvin' line and 1 then M-ored on airv I otlni- hang I that most of thesei

Puffh II. S. Joiger.; G. P. Garrett: Watson, John Phay. pietty fake forward! pa1"Columbia'- ,,.iir trin- ..n..f" litthililforent. -'-' -- -
Carson Karmer' !HeWilton, ] Alderman I Seventh Grade--Ethel .lan) <, Ili'd-i, .. -
d Irr.t chance to SCI.Hcame' \\ hen .1 t huge' li-ti-i-i Slieiilf: I'al ml'rI
') W. J. Steed, II. \\'. Bloc'. Harry Dale, Crow, Delia Fleming, Arthur Fowli"! *. I ,
punt' }sandaler liiindv's I"d, a.dtolled "' I IN the' liitc t i :IIlIllIlal) ,' for pntnto'ul! !
G. H. Prather. M. I 1)). Alexander! :Miss Flank I Kntn. Robert Rush. II 0\\IIrJ) I
] Kissiimner's bin fitiH'. lli >-.i tin- and
:i ti" ten yud! : |ii:a < story' ip CASINO
o Frances Bay, and the (guest of the S.,,1.1 Elizabeth StetTee.Eighth THEATRE
i .\ -holt punt and a good i 11In huIbrnughl <'-% HT ten ID. 1111"1",1(! it when. lif was
occasion, Mrs Jackson. : GradeEdith. B.ISHntli i the nortliorm-r-) to suite m,: |II"h'J, pout, hi- li-'liiiJt'- trip, but Oicrei.vir. I
BARBERTHOMASWEDDING ) : s'tlaub, Ha7.el Hirtzel, Bennett 1)-> .di.tmne| n/. the' final! mid they made ': .' ;at",ut, twenty: witnej-si's 1 to the Monday and Tuesday October 22 and 23"REMEMBRANCE"
) ) ) ] Hannon, Dick Stanley.Nfnlh | tinfinal,, ,] sure bv Mrairht football "'lIt. one ("if \\liuiii spillcil Hie tulr. I ,
Miss Louise Barber, daughter of R. : Grade--Edwin liainc*. Kil-. r, Ullllocl: ,) c.arrlhr1( )lille |llungurg|: l<""J'1] I I; Situi' la\\ afternoonIr.* : und1 l : .
,i C. Barber and popular graduate of ear Beeland] George; Lee Sin ('It "I, y. ''I.!.., li-ill in Lake City's trir'tory! ; )--', l l-'aiiiu-r nnil :Mr. and Mis.: J. Earl

'II Osceola High School )last June, was Mary SteflTe -.f the lust quarter: and the: g:our l.u"fl'l.| itli .JaIl1l") Karl.I Jr., st out \ 1 Rupert| Hughes Super-SpM-ial Production
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married last Friday night at Lake \ Tenth tirade--.irdia Led be tier, Gonevn "lId'dilh the ball in Lake ('It,,'-, I j f< Melbourne: ( ]) ., via! the Ocean-To- PRICES IOc and 20c

Gentry, to Roy Thomas son of tho. ;Miller, Ethel Owen.Eleventh nosition on Kis-siininee's fatty yard (;I (iulf. Highway. Somewhere in Oscecounty ) ,
I late Martin Thomas and brother of radt' Carter, lino.NEW. ''"I": \1 r. I.upfer called the Th. Management announces a reduction in prices this week and
Monroe Thomas of Kissimmee. The ,Louise Edwainson, R..bpkah1i1lC'r; ) -- "heritr"attention. to a spot with i r.ext.. If patronage warrants it, the new schedule will be adhered
: Katherine ;Moselev.\ Eunice Rivers, ( \vlinli. Inhail formerly .been to in the future.
was performed by Elder W. acquainted -
ceremony Eleanor : IITNTIM:\ : I LAWCKEATIMJ
Rosen Louise Snodgra
: Vlary I and suggested, that the .sheriff : ADULTS 20c
H. Mann, in the presence' of a partyof : :"\ ; I INTEREST ( :-CHILDREN lOc.
friends from Saint Cloud. !s. ast therein/ and try Ins luck. : Ir.

U Mr. and Mrs. Thomas! have gone to I Twelfth Grade--Mary: Stanley. i<."i.>iithiu.- Okeechobee City where they will repealed abridged, or limited in its The lir..t1'1 i netted him nothingbut -
make their home. PIONEER CITIZEN PASSES ON operation by any special' or general the (."ere.'...... It was then twentyfive -
------ legislation hereafter enacted unless! minutes to five o'clock.
CHAMBER MEETS\ :: ATNIGHT such repeal, abridgement, or limita- The next four casts each brought r
NEXT WEEK W. Corley Tanner, pioneer citizen, tion shall be provided for in express! him a fine black bas At the fifth
was found dead l in .his bed Wednesday terms referring to and particularly he got two strikes, but no fish. The
abutting- from for Pf One morning of last' week. Mr. Tanner designating! this Act. sixth, seventh, and eighth each (got
cent of the property cost seventy per- died at the age .of sixty-five Section 9. This Act shall take effect a bass.At five o'clock, just twenty' .'
of pavtng, provideda .
He had bee in health its five minutes after (
bond 'Issue.ia passed for the years. poor' upon passage theystarted" they
t percent.: '. thirty for the.past'' six' or seven years, following and] approval by the Governor orupon had landed twenty-three basa. Mr .'., ','' . , I"
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Commissioner Howard M. Katz a paralytic stroke. He was a Its becoming a law without his ap Lupfer, and Mr. Sappington a' Lake- 'to\,. Iit''', 'c "_ ''. ,
re- devout member of the Pentecostal proval. land traveling man who hanpened

M now ported under the preliminary and that survey the work was; ,j church. I' ( Became a law without the up- along took a few turns at the rod Studebaker's experienceof
would be rushed way with the utmost' Mr. Tanner is survived by his wid- kproval of the Governor.; ) and reel, by way of letting the sheriff -
speed to determine definitely what '"W. Mrs. Ida Tanner, two sons Willie: i .- -- - catch his. breath but the twenty 71 years in providing
the bond issue would be. ;land Murray Tnnner of KNsimmee, i! three bass! were caught in twenty five
-- - - -- land two daughteis. Mrs. 1 Lulu King, ..HART MEMORIAL KXKfTTIVK: minutes by one rod and reel. I the best in transportation:
PAVING PLAN ARE | of Aubnrndale. and! Mis. Ethel Han- I MEETING:,, NEXT MOXDAY: Some time '''h *pcnt /lisbinp fm I II
WIDELY APPROVED'Continued 'isell of KisMmmee.! I sea l.a--,. in the urf at :Mi-llmm> I is wortls considering
k i I I Funeral services held! h-'x" Sheriff famine I
were last A meeting of < utive CIVHnilttee tot tan Ieputs-
1Li 1 ( from PH r*. rin..> I1et'n J(I Thursday from the family home at of the) Hurl :Memorial] Asoocialion (;' 0"f. :Melbiniriie' hooted I Ihr! I when you buy your car.

li the two. The pleasing feature -j| the corner" of Hughey and' Randolphstn t will, be held next :\.l lo"la"rt.I', : same number, :and, Karl: ) l.'ipfei di, :'
of the whole comment on I thequestiott I . et.s, the IG..v. S. 1 I. Smith I'oon' nt 4 ,,','Iod: nt the ( ';rafiterlloue. liktwi i I-e Thev drought:t t I them i IIOTM-'
is that m b ..h.anl< 'V,< m". iin-1 interment was made in Riisr- All members of the exccu- and ri'u'd, ' tlleni,?, to 'lie ill' plan"they
but everybody not entirely, -ati'fied hill eemeerunder" the I, di PI'I .ion of t ti\e ommittee, are asked to b<> pres ,,1")1') ' U.M.-' .,, t-n, hv the "i-I' , !
wants more. .1. W. Thompson. ent. 1-III.ul'lh 1:: |J"nc'I.I'! <.s. \I.?,,' .\ iii'ii mm: ti-liolii.M" ,t.t TinS .
.ea Io" .I\.a.. .ed 1'1'"", .!.-. I" .l:- 1i
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-- tin n-c of lighter, 111<'l 1..., I S-Pmm fI.1W. B. S-Pmml i if'L 1ALSJI.III'W. B, "-"*.L.IQ,.. at-SIX w. a.Tourint .
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toiilv' me,.' pieseiit" dot, tiafli, ,r'ri, I Itltio" rouring .. $ ip Ji Touring...._._._ "13JO ___(175O
., i i, "ein.lia-i/i''| l in t the' II'nll'l : Coupe-Rd Ro.d.teu(3-P.M.;>) 975 R-.d.U.P.). ..I3J3 Bed.le.(S-P)1135
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.luaus increase, in .s.tls of the For. I Coup. (5-P.M.)..K7S Coup ((5-PBM.)_ 197S Coup (!.....*.)_K5O
= The Bank With :Motor) Cimpany for I the first I thr..i- sees, 1550 -...._ .____21)50 Sd.n ___. 3750Trm

luartei--- of til- present )'cur." to Mt Your Conrn/..
= the THE INDEX An aiinlysii of these sales show
thut the' sentiment' is not alone
Ability : rut buyes" : bat extends,,) to .. KISSIMMEE: AUTO COMPANY .
C commercial. ,I cur, purchasers who use
== and -_ d finding that the ;Imall'r: motor haulage Kissimmee, Florida
unit effects more efficient, speedy

Willingness A BANK Account is an Index to the Man. ( and economical delivery service. r
== ;I Sales of rFord cars and! trucks in

-- to Serve It is the one, universal test business men : ,. the United of the State year for totaled the first 1-4,0-JO:! nine.rmntliH ( THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR

b -- it is just unnoun{' ". That is an increase -
c apply to find a man's business worth. : I of 4Ct,4a; ; : :} over, the -ami '
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DEPOSITS{ INSURfD. ,! In September alone, 141.4117
= The bigger the man the bigger his bank _== cars, were delivered! at retail, a gain f
:-z= of :35,02'J: over September lust year, RIGHT GLASSESNOWWill
c = 'while truck Rules for the
I' ; account. Some of our largest accounts = 15.047 or 4.r.RJ! more than month in the s.iine were J.

month a year ago.CHRISTIAN preserve your eyesight for the future

'--5 )f( were started with very modest sums of I We fit you correctly, attractively, satisfactorilyPhone

== = ENDEAVOR CONj today for an appointment
I, money. VENTION: :; I
I -- -I j TO UK HEM HERE.;

=-= -- t! _- W. E. SANDERSON CO. :
-(r- = i It is time to begin to look forward i

rH '='i =- to the Christian. Endeavor_ district! "Laaaaaaaia--. ,, ... &........ ...._ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ;H
= convention-u wnicn will n be held at the - - - --rr-w w TY.YYTYT9.1'9 ....... .." ;" .

''Christian church November 30, December - JQRIl ; 1

the 1 societies and 2. This of Osceola district, includesall Orange, BANANA HOLD ASSOCIATION STATE MEET TO HERE enthusiasts tlon. Several Osceola county. bansna7l> ;:
attended the meet ye
: and Seminole counties. There will be day, details of which will be published -- w'
Baokof Osceola County I interesting speakers programs- Karl and many Lehman interesting Delegates to the statewide conven in next week's Issue. j'S;

ar ( state Christian president Endeavor and others national -, Bartow of banana returned growers.last night yesterday with the at SILVER TEA BY LAMES - t :.....

r I Anyone who U interested news that the next meeting of the OF .CHRISTIAN CHCBCHijThe
I _, in the work'of enough association would be held in KUiim- . :
; Hour 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. the Christian Endeav- mee In the spring. The Kissimmee Ladles o1Sh4' .\:
0//,. c = or to register hunt : Aid' -Society
up some delegation and the
member of the Plant City grow Christian church will have a elltsr .'t',"
C ShOUt: erian Chri :
i} ., : , .. :. tlan C. E. rive or him (or- association era both extended to invitations to the tea at the home of Mrs. M. H.. Portn( .
f I >her) a f.1uarter-wblch i la the regit- ,titles and meet in their respeetiv Tuesday afternoon at! 8:80. EV erJ I
t\ tratlon-tee. :jh:; 'expense*''of. th. convention was. finally body is cordially Invited to, come* anbring'some .
U nmllll"I/II"! .J ventloh con- decided upon **"' KUalrainea. - "' ., ; telk. :;'
_I / l I II1 lIII N Nw. are met with Jhe'moneyfrom. SLX AtuUnan.1 1'0.( Kisslmmej/'Was sewiag and (
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